A miniature shelf clock by Levenworth and a unique Munger "stove pipe" clock are among the lots heading to sale Sept. 25-26 at Cottone Auctions.
Susan Mullikin, member of the Antique Trader Ask the Experts team, offers a quick history lesson about the switch from lead to manganese in glass making, in her response to a reader's inquiry.
An enchanting commemorative print of a still life "Fruit and Carafe", originally done in the 16th century done by Michelangelo Caravaggio Roman, is the subject of one inquiry fielded by Susan Mullikin in her Ask the Experts assessment.
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.
An early 20th century reverse-painted lamp by the Pittsburgh Lamp Company may command upwards of $2,000 during a two-day estates auction to be presented April 18-19 by Crescent City Auction Gallery.
The top seller among more than 80 leaded and non-leaded lamps offered at James D. Julia's November auction was a Tiffany Dragonfly table lamp that realized $142K.
Works by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Tiffany Studios are headlining Los Angeles Auction House's first live Fine & Decorative Arts Sale, Jan. 15.
A rare frosted Madonna night-clock lamp by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., circa 1875, poised to fetch between $3,000 to $5,000, is expected to be among the highlights in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ first auction of the 2015, set for Jan. 31.
Four historic Old Greenwich village estates comprised of early clocks, vintage jewelry, decorative arts, lamps and lighting, are heading to market Nov. 1, during an auction being presented by Tim's Inc.
The third and final auction featuring miniature lamps from the prolific collection of a California woman, is set to come before bidders Oct. 18 at Jeffrey S. Evans.