Four collections of more than 500 lots of art glass, Royal Bayreuth ceramic, Victorian glass and antique furniture pieces will be offered without reserve March 24, 2012. Anticipated top earners include this 9 inch by 15 inch brides basket, set on a Meridien silver plate lion frame. Read More +
A Tiffany Studios Daffodil table lamp is sold for $56,763 and a René Lalique Topaz Glass Day and Night Clock, circa 1927, realized: $38,838 in Heritage Auctions’ recent fine art glass sale.
The $1.84 million auction consisted of 641 bidders vying for 567 total lots, translating into a sell-through rate of 91 percent by total value. Read More +
Illinois’ 20 30 40 Glass Society celebrates the 40th Antique American Glass sale March 10-11, 2012 with a glass ID table, door prizes and a new raffle of antique American glass. Read More +
The first forum for people interested in American-made paperweights, old and new, is March 31, 2012, at the Museum of American Glass in West Virginia. Read More +
A prime collection of 20th century furniture, art and Art Deco Schneider and Le Verre Francais cameo glass (amassed over 40 years by a prominent Boston collector) will be featured in Kaminski Auctions’ March 25 20th Century Art Glass and Modern Design Sale. Read More +
Hundreds of pieces of art from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. collection will be sold Feb. 10-12, 2012 to benefit arts organizations and individual artists. Many of the works are by local and North Carolina artists, including Claude Howell, Elsie Popkin, Edd Presnell, Sally Prange and Catherine Ryan. They include oils, watercolors, prints, sculpture, pottery, ceramics and textiles, as well as antiques and decorative items for home and office. There are substantial selections of dishes, flatware, and crystal. Read More +
Three lots in Bonhams’ March 19 fine European furniture and decorative arts sale are in a horse race to top lot honors. From three lots are from the estate of Stella Wilson of Napa, Calif., and each carries pre-auction estimates of roughly between $10,000 to $15,000. Read More +
Antique Trader editor Eric Bradley appraises a pair of primitive New England scrub boards and an Aesthetic Period glass plate. Read More +
Over 300 people were in attendance (and more than 450 registered to bid online) during Cordier Auctions’ two day antique and fine art auction, the inaugural auction in their new Harrisburg, Pa., salesroom Nov. 5-6.
Among the highlights, a lady’s Cartier Art Deco diamond wristwatch realized $21,000. Read More +
A selection of top lots of antique glass and contemporary paperweights sold by James D. Julia Auctioneers, Dec. 1-2, 2011 in Fairfield, Maine. Read More +