Whether you're looking for WWII flight suits, midcentury furniture or "He-Man" action figures, these Tucson antique fairs have something for you.
Tucson's east side will be the place to be for all things old, from midcentury furniture to vintage toys.
A man brought a Rolex watch he purchased in 1974 for $345.97 to an antiques show to find out its current value. His reaction: priceless.
Everything old is new again as Tucson’s antique fair season gets into full swing this month.
Want wine storage that’s effective and doubles as a cool sculptural piece? Begin the hunt for a riddling rack. It doesn’t need to cost a bundle: You might get lucky and find one at a flea market or antiques shop if you keep your eyes peeled. Once you find it, you can prop it up, hang it on the wall or do with it whatever you choose. As long as the wine is securely stored, of course.
The sale starts Friday at the TCC. Parking is free.
Watch enough "Antiques Roadshow" and you become convinced that any retouch of an antique is taboo.
Q: This chair from Pennsylvania is over 100 years old. My 86-year-old friend would like to know about it. It belonged to her husband’s grandmother.