In his Lessons from the Lampmaster column, Joe Porcelli outlines 10 key factors to consider when assessing leaded glass or stained glass lamps, to determine any lamp’s aesthetic, structural and intrinsic value.
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Hundreds of items which adorned the rooms and spaces of one of Jackson, Tenn. most adored mansions, Green Gables, is heading to auction June 29.
An exquisite 1950s brass floor lamp designed by innovative Italian lighting designer Gino Sarfatti rose to $15,930 during a sale May 11 at Nadeau's Auction Gallery.
Popular among collectors, Alphonse Mucha's sensual style typically featured intriguing female figures. "Four Seasons" was Mucha's first series of decorative panels and one of his most popular works.
Back-to-back fine glass and lamp auctions are on deck for June 19-20 as James D. Julia Auctioneers of Fairfield, Maine kicks off its summer auction season.
An entrancing 20th century oil painting is expected to be one of the top lots in a 1,650-lot sale set for May 18-19 at Crescent City Auction Gallery and online.
The long-awaited second session sale of the Treasures of Louis C. Tiffany from the Garden Museum, Japan is slated for May 18, at Michaan's Auctions and online.
In Lessons from a Lampmaster, columnist Joe Porcelli expounds on the emergence and evolution of leaded glass lamps as an American decorative art form.
Fontaine's Auction Gallery's March 23 antique auction will feature more than 400 lots of antique furniture, Arts & Crafts items, antique lighting, paintings, bronzes and sterling silver.