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.
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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."
Fine jewelry from high-end jewelry designers such as Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, Steuben, Mauboussin, Chaumet, and Elizabeth Gage are included in Woodbury Auction's Dec. 9 holiday auction.
John Moran Auctioneers is ringing in the holidays with its inaugural Headquarters Auction, a sale of fine jewelry, watches, coins and luxury accessories scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012.
Kaminski Auctions announces its largest sale of the year offering an eclectic mix of European furnishings, decorative and fine art on Saturday; Sunday features Americana, baseball memorabilia and a single owner folk art collection from Cape Cod.
A two-day auction offering nearly 900 lots of antiques, fine art, collectibles, Asian antiques and more will be hosted by Cordier Auctions Nov. 10-11, 2012 in Harrisburg, Pa.
1stdibs (www.1stdibs.com), an online global marketplace for rare and desirable objects, announces its purchase of Online Galleries, the prestigious U.K.-owned online services provider to the arts and antiques trade.
The top lot of Woodbury Auction's Early Fall Fine Estates Auction is a sterling "w" brooch designed by Alexander Calder, which was offered for the first time at auction.