The world has changed quite a lot since the first pieces of Depression-era glassware appeared on the scene, but the fascination with collecting these pieces remains popular. Antique Trader catches up with Ellen Schroy, author of the new edition of Warman's Depression Glass to talk glass.
I.M. Chait is participating in this year's Asia Week in the comfort of the company's Beverly Hills gallery, instead of the hub of New York, with an auction featuring several lots of Asian art, porcelain and more, March 23.
A rosewood rococo marble turtle-top parlor center table claimed the top spot of all 550 lots, selling for $33,350 during Stevens Auction Company's Jan. 17-18 multi-estate auction.
Two charmingly grotesque stoneware birds may very well commander the top roost in the March 8 Fine & Decorative Arts Auction at Morphy Auctions.
Woody Auction is holding the first of five scheduled auctions to sell a single, outstanding antiques collection March 20. Jason Woody of Woody Auction says of the collection: “It might be the finest ever offered in the state of Kansas.”
Heckler Auction is bringing a selection of 96 pieces of glass to auction beginning March 17, with potential top lots in the form of an early 19th century Sunburst snuff jar.
Antique vases by the likes of Thomas Webb and Meissen, and Japanese decorative art and accessories are among the items expected to captivate bidders during A.B. Levy's Feb. 23-24 Antiques, Fine Art & Jewels Auction.
In the latest issue (Feb. 19) of Antique Trader we delve into the festive and fascinating traditions behind Mardi Gras invitations, as well as bold antiques business tips and artistic mastery.
Waterford's Art & Antiques Auctioneers first exclusive online auction, set for Feb. 8, will feature an eclectic mix of Chinese, Japanese, European and American items, including porcelain, prints, snuff bottles and crystal.
This February treat yourself to the opportunity to fall in love with something new, during one of three auctions at Garth's Auctions, set for Feb. 7-8 and Feb. 14.