NEW ORLEANS – On July 26-28, 2013, New Orleans Auction Galleries achieved $2.3 million during its summer estates auction, offering 1,600 lots of antique and contemporary fine art, sculpture, furniture, lighting, silver, estate jewelry, couture handbags and more. “What made this sale so exciting and outstanding was the large number of new bidders. The...
Morphy Auctions welcomes Josh Cohn to its team, serving in the role of gemologist and art glass expert.
Popular among collectors, Alphonse Mucha's sensual style typically featured intriguing female figures. "Four Seasons" was Mucha's first series of decorative panels and one of his most popular works.
They say, the 'devil is in the details,' and with Lalique, that is the case. Because while many pieces appear to be similar, that doesn't always mean they are.
After 36 years, the Westchester Glass Club is changing things up. The April 27-28 Collectors Glass Show and Sale will also include quality ceramics.
Michaan’s Auctions reports making more than $4 million in sales in just under three hours Nov. 17, 2012, during the firm’s Treasures of Louis C. Tiffany from the Garden Museum, Japan Auction.
The winter Retro Design & Antiques Fair is set for Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, and features 175 different vendors participating in this fun one-day fair.
Original works of art by noted artists such as Jean Dufy, Antoine Blanchard and Avinash Chandra will be part of a fine artwork and decorative arts auction slated for Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, by Elite Decorative Arts,
Sculpture is strongly represented with a large bronze work by David Aronson estimated at $18,000-$25,000 and a carved elm and polychrome work from 1967, titled "Red Stockings" by David Hostetler estimated at $9000-$12,000 and an unusually large Curtis Jere mixed metals tree with bird and nest, from the late 1960's valued at $600-$1000.
A gorgeous Tiffany Studios Spanish bronze desk clock, made circa 1910 and showing a gold tone face with black enamel numerals and notches, carries a surprisingly modest pre-sale estimate of $1,000-$1,500. Another Tiffany & Co. Spanish clock sold at Tiffany’s in New York in 2007 for $8,400.