Once known for western boots and later baseball gloves, the Montague County town of Nocona fell on hard times in the 1980s and 1990s — but new life is pouring in.
A Texas businessman bought his first samurai armor about 20 years ago, the beginning of one of the most significant private collections in the world. Part of that collection is on an international tour that opened this month at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth.
North Texans love a good deal, and flea markets are a superb source for bargains. We’ve gone treasure hunting to scope out the best flea markets in the DFW area.
If you’re looking for some new antique treasures to add to your collection, check out these terrific local North Texas shops.
Imagine an appraisal event… similar to the Antiques Roadshow. Now stop imagining and gather all your treasures for an upcoming event in Dallas. Heritage Auctions will be appraising treasures during a free event in Dallas this weekend.
When it comes to making your home a distinctive, personal sanctuary, you want to fill it with items that you can’t find in every big box store. Some of you crafty-types can find diamonds in the rough on Craigslist and transform them DIY style, but for the rest of us, we need a little help finding standout pieces to feather our nest. Fortunately, our metroplex has some hidden gems that will turn any bland house into a stylish home.
If you’re a fan of the hit PBS series Antiques Roadshow or you’d like some quality furniture to fill a room in your home, Dallas and some of the northern suburbs offer numerous antique stores […]