THOMASTON, Maine — The Feb. 6-7 sale at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries will offer up an incredible array of lots that will please both collectors and those with an eye for exceptional design.
FAIRFIELD, Maine — The auction firm of James D. Julia ended their 2009 auction season with a bang. As part of a three-day auction event, Julia’s combined the efforts of Julia’s advertising, toy and doll division head Andrew Truman and glass and lamp department head Dudley Browne in an outstanding array of quality antiques.
MOUNT CRAWFORD, Va. - More than 400 miniature lamps, including an outstanding selection of rare bracket, hanging, and subminiature night lights, along with rare glass and ceramic figural examples, many fine art glass and satin specimens, opalescent patterns, fairy lamps, plus more will be offered in Jeffrey S. Evans’ Jan. 30 miniature lamps and...
LITCHFIELD, Conn. – A major auction to help finish the interior of the new addition to the Litchfield Firehouse will be held Nov. 21, beginning at 5 p.m. at the firehouse, located at 258 West Street.
THOMASTON, Maine — Important European art from the 15th-18th centuries, plus many fine American antiques and paintings will feature strongly in Thomaston Place Auction Galleries’ Nov. 7-8 sale.
MACON, Miss. – A beautiful four-piece parlor suite by the 19th-century New York furniture maker John Henry Belter, in the Rosalie with Grapes pattern, sold for $11,550 at an on-site auction held Aug. 1 at Belle Oaks, one of the most prominent old antebellum homes in Mississippi.
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. — A long-hidden cache of English art and antiques will auction without reserve, with 600 other largely unreserved lots, at the Rago Arts and Auction Center on Aug. 7-8, 2009.
Newly formed auction company, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, reports strong June sales
FAIRFIELD, Maine—For the last few weeks, the talk in the rare lamp and art glass world has been the Julia auction of June 19-20.
ABERDEEN, Miss. – A stunning 5-piece rosewood Victorian bedroom suite, signed Mitchell & Rammelsberg (circa 1860), soared to $51,700 at the living estate sale of Katherine Creamer, a discerning collector from Mobile, Ala