Hundreds of fresh to the market artwork and jewelry will be offered Jan. 11 by Philip Weiss Auctions, on behalf of the New York City Public Administrator. Expected highlights of the sale include a pencil signed woodblock titled Aspen Red River by Gustave Baumann, and a 3.62-carat circular brilliant diamond.
A large 20-carat gold Russian pendant, with a cloisonné image of Jesus, cabochons of ruby and sapphires, and the reverse with rock crystal sold for $17,400 during a sale offered by Kaminski Auctions.
A stunning 3.51 carat, pear-shaped diamond ring may vie for top dollar during a 250-lot auction being presented by Matheson's Auctions on Nov. 22.
This article is written by renowned jewelry expert and author, C. Jeanenne Bell, G.G., and is an excerpt from the just-published new edition of Answers to Questions About Old Jewelry, 8th Ed. One of my favorite sections in the article appears near the beginning, where Bell states: “The jewelry of the 1860s and ’70s is...
Not only will bidders encounter one seldom-seen piece of Prouvé furniture during Michaan's Nov. 6 auction, but two in offerings of a desk and a chair.
The Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is gearing up for its Nov. show, Nov. 7-9, which will be held in a new venue, and feature a special seminar.
Jackson Pollock's oil on board painting featuring human forms and shadows is expected to vie for top lot during a 300-plus lot auction Oct. 11 presented by Elite Decorative Arts.
A 14K gold charm bracelet adorned with four hefty antique U.S. gold coins on gold bezels is expected to capture bidder interest during a Sept. 16 sale offered by Stephenson's Auctioneers.
In the Buck Stops Here column Melanie C. Thomas explores Victorian jewelry, examining the history behind this brilliant category of baubles, evolution of design, and tips for avoiding the frustration sometimes associated with authenticating pieces.
Rubbies, emeralds, pearls and more, set in brooches, necklaces and earrings will take center stage July 25-28 during the New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show.