Twice a year the community of Round Top, Texas multiples ten-fold with the arrival dealers and collectors eager to buy and sell great finds at the Marburger Farm Antique Show. This year's spring show was no exception.
While it makes sense that Depression glass obtained its name from the era in which it became popular, as Pam Meyer, National Depression Glass Association National Glass Museum and NDGA convention chairperson, points out in her introduction in the sixth edition of Warman's Depression Glass, the "kaleidoscope of colors and myriad of patterns" is...
Multiple estates will contribute to the diversity of lots in the June 11-12 auction offered by James D. Julia, including Tiffany lamps, French and English cameo glass and vases.
Just as a mid-1930s tea set represents many sweet memories for its original owner, she hopes asking for a replacement for a missing slag glass would lead to being able to pass on a complete tea set to the next generation, to create their own special memories. Learn more about this and other recent...
John Moran Auctioneers is bringing a truly eclectic selection of items to market June 17, in an auction featuring everything from uncommon pottery by a modern master to a ceremonial Native American rattle.
The Corning Museum of Glass’ new exhibition “René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass” examines the lifework of the renowned artist, paying tribute to his resilient spirit of innovation.
Following a very successful first of five auctions featuring the collection of the late Dr. Ernest and Karin Rieger, Woody Auction is preparing to bring another stunning selection of art glass to market in the second sale, May 29.
Recently, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates brought 1,167 colored glass to auction, drawing much attention and bidder interest, for 19th and 20th century glass, with a deep peacock-blue pressed Eye and Scale pattern hand candlestick/chamber stick, and a pair of deep peacock-green pressed Loop/Leaf stand lamps sharing top lot, commanding $9,775 each.
Cowan's Auctions brought a diverse and eclectic array of American and Continental furniture, fine art, works on paper, glass, silver, sculptures, portraiture to market in February, with a 19th century sand art bottle that sold for $19,800.
The International Perfume Bottle Association's 26th annual convention, slated for May 2, will once again feature the popular perfume bottle auction. Nicholas Dawes of “Antiques Roadshow” fame, will serve as auctioneer for the event.