Three fantastic collections – of 1920s Rene Lalique glass, netsuke carving and signed estate jewelry – will headline a 500-lot estates auction planned for Sunday, Oct. 27, by A. B. Levy’s, in the firm’s main gallery located at 211 Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, Fla.
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...
A stunning Ceylon sapphire and pearl necklace by Harry Winston led the charge in John Moran's HQ Jewley and Luxury Auction May 21, selling for $138,000.
Stunning jewelry and timepieces are heading to auction at Cowan's April 14, and highlights include items owned by former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott.
A single strand of graduated natural pearls with Tiffany & Co. 18-karat gold clasp and three European cut diamonds sold for $143,750 at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
A rose-cut diamond necklace sold for more than double the presale estimate to close at $54K during John Moran Auctioneers inaugural headquarters auction.
Twenty-eight vendors from around the Midwest gathered bringing a wide array of antiques and collectibles at the 56th annual Green Bay and De Pere Antiquarian Society Antique Show & Sale.
A word is worth a thousand pictures. Not really, but words are crucial. Don’t underestimate them. Description disasters are one of the easiest fixes to chronically desultory results.
Featured at a new jewelry show slated to be held in New York, during Aq will be 25 vendors showing magnificent antique, estate, vintage, costume and designer jewelry. In addition, there will be some ladies’ accessories, such as handbags and other feminine fancies on display.
By the eve of the great Depression, in 1929, Newark, NJ, produced ninety percent of the gold jewelry in the United States. Museum curator U.G. Diets discusses in his talk "The Lower End of Splendor: Middle Class Jewelry in Context."