Author: David Masello

From delicate wine glasses to circa-1955 Murano glass bookends, these local glass treasures have caught our expert's attention.

Delftware pieces add a unique and historical feel to any space. With notes of blue and white, the tin-glazed pottery includes objects ranging from plates, tiles, ornaments and even chandeliers like shown here.

From ancient Greek lekanis to a roaring bronzed-lion motif door handle, these sumptuous antiquities we've discovered have never looked fresher.

Surprises await inside this traditional shingle-style home.

We've found unique items to help add some extra cheer to the holiday season. Serve guests with a circa-1880 grape-motif bowl and ladle by the Gorham Manufacturing Company or decorate the home with a luminous oversized-lighted star made in the 1940s.

These antiques are sure to bring charm to any space. A circa-1950 American drum-shaped end table is sleek in design while Robert Guillerme's and Jacques Chambron's oak plant stand has a more dimensional-unqiue look.

Our expert dug deep and discovered unique finds all around New York. From a 1910 Drophead Dragonfly hanging shade to a 1916 rosewood and amboyna vanity French-made table.

From an early 1960’s brass and inlaid marble backgammon table to Danish designer Verner Panton’s iconic-ultra suede Cone Chair, we’ve found the best pieces for a touch of modern romance.

A coastal connecticut residence is built to accommodate a treasured collection of Creil pottery.

From ancient stone columns to Baroque period wooden doors, we’ve dug deep and found five architectural discoveries brought back to life.

During a particularly stressful time as a Washington, D.C., lawyer more than 25 years ago, David Fram made a decision to throw pottery instead of fits.

From dish platters from the 1800s to Danish motif tea sets, our antiques expert is serving up some amazing culinary discoveries.

These local discoveries have caught our expert’s eye

These local discoveries have caught our expert’s eye

These Renaissance treasures have caught our expert’s eye