Leading all lots in Clars Auction Gallery's $1.6 million June 27-28, 2015 auction was a Chinese underglaze blue and white porcelain stick dragon vase. The vase sold for six times the high estimate, finishing at $426,000.
Among the nearly 500 lots scheduled for Witherell's summer auction (July 1-15), is a late 19th century wooden santos (a religious statue) with a high estimate of more than $1K.
The three-day Summer Catalog Auction being presented by Leland Little Auctions, June 11-14, with online bidding facilitated by Invaluable, features hundreds of lots of vintage wine, stunning accessories including a Colombian emerald and diamond ring, a selection of watercolor and oil paintings, and even a Mercedes Benz car.
A first edition of Poor Richard’s Almanac for 1756 by Benjamin Franklin soared past its high estimate of $5,000 to finish at $11,377 at New Orleans Auction Galleries.
Come June 4, collectors of Czechoslovakian glass, pottery and art will gather in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for the three-day Czechoslovakian Collectors Association annual meeting.
Several lots of jewelry, including an 18K gold and diamond pendant, and a 19th century card table, piqued bidder interest during Willis Henry's March 28-29 auction.
An 18th century Virginia Queen Anne tray-top tea table captivated bidders' attention during Cottone Auction's 750-lot Fine Art & Antiques Auction, so much so that it soared to $299,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of the sale.
From Tiffany Studios' lanterns and lamps to Tiffany gemstone bracelets and iridescent art glass globe, Fontaine's Action Gallery's Feb. 28 sale was rich with Tiffany items that changed hands.
A 14-inch, period Art Deco bronze sculpture of a dancing couple may waltz its way to $10,000 during a April 1 Spring Art & Antiques Auction at Sterling Associates.
An eye-catching ladies’ platinum, diamond, and sapphire Art Deco bow bracelet, which realized $14,400, was one of several unique pieces of jewelry to change hands during Kaminski Auctions' Jan. 18 auction.