Western memorabilia, vintage advertising, antique buttons, glass and lighting, and estate treasures and classic collectibles were among the subjects featured in auction/shop/show advertisements that recently appeared in Antique Trader.
Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates' 19th and 20th Century Glass and Lighting auction, July 29-30, will feature items from four distinct collections, including a consignment from the Sandwich Glass Museum.
A 1920s Georgian Colonial style mansion, located in Boston, will be offered at a no-reserve auction — along with the antiques of the home — July 1-2, presented by ohn McInnis Auctioneers.
Lead by a significant selection of antique and vintage clocks, the May 21 auction being offered by Fontaine's Auction Gallery also includes music boxes, bronze sculptures, watches, automation devices, and porcelain.
An overlay glass collection containing nearly 700 items, represented in more than 250 lots, is headlining the Modern Design Auction being offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, May 12.
Between the show and auction schedules this spring, there is plenty to keep all of us busy. Check out some of the featured ads in the latest issue.
In a recent installment of the Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin congratulated a reader on owning a pair of 19th/early 20th century candlesticks.
Arizona-based sister auction houses, J. Levine Auction & Appraisal and EJ's Auction & Consignment will present a significant Americana collection at auction Feb. 25-27.
An early 20th century Newcomb College matte glaze baluster form vase may lead all art pottery, during Crescent City Auction Gallery's 1,400-lot auction, Feb. 27-28.
Cottone Auctions will mark 30 years in business in fine style March 19, in the company of examples of work by famous names including Alexander Calder, Roy Lichtenstein, and Tiffany.