A Chinese famille rose baluster jar/cover painted with scrolling lotuses and foliage on a dark blue, yellow, turquoise and pink background, may see $4,000 during the two-day Interiors sale offered by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury.
As the closure of Beverly Hills Fine Antiques, due to retirement, marks an end of an era, it also prompts a no-reserve auction set for June 29, and offered by Don Presley Auction.
An ornate Tibetan ceremonial gilt and copper helmet, circa 18th-19th century, tops $13K, finishing four times its high estimate at a May 31 sale at Waterford’s Art & Antiques Auctioneers.
It was a case of 'saving the best for last' during Nadeau Gallery's spring auction, which saw a set of six 19th century Chinese porcelain famille rose panels finished at $57,600; making the grouping the top lot of the spring auction.
Chandelieres, marble and bronze statutes, fine art, silver and furniture by the likes of Handle and Duffner are among the country estate items headlining the June 21 auction June being offered by Fontaine's Auction Gallery.
John Moran Auctioneers is bringing a truly eclectic selection of items to market June 17, in an auction featuring everything from uncommon pottery by a modern master to a ceremonial Native American rattle.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marchelos addresses identity and value of everything from porcelain plaques to 20th century doors.
Martin Codina is on a mission to help people navigate the waters of estate liquidation with confidence and clarity, and he explains why it's important in an exclusive Q&A about his top-selling book.
The CAS collectors, a club for people with an appreciation for works by the Ceramic Arts Studio in Madison, Wisconsin, turns 20 this year. Members are preparing now for “A Toast To The Past! CAS Collectors’ 20th Anniversary" celebration, set for Aug. 23.
Not only did a 19th century Chinese porcelain screen, consisting of four large panels and depicting a mountain scene with elders, sell for $121,000 to claim top in a recent auction hosted by Elite Decorative Arts, it exemplified the expanding popularity of Chinese porcelain plaques and screens, Elite Decorative Arts staff report.