The collections of a late Kennebunkport couple and antiques dealers, including an extensive collection of pottery, are among several fresh-to-market pieces headlining the March 29-30 auction at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
Waterford's Art & Antiques Auctioneers first exclusive online auction, set for Feb. 8, will feature an eclectic mix of Chinese, Japanese, European and American items, including porcelain, prints, snuff bottles and crystal.
Twenty-five top-tier galleries and antiques dealers from the U.S. and Britain will showcase their wares at the 15th annual NY Ceramics Fair Jan. 22-26.
Bidders will enjoy a diverse selection of Americana at Garth's Auctions first sale of the year, including more than 400 lots from a personal collection of esteemed collectors from New York, set for Jan. 3 and 4.
Antique Trader contributor Melody Amsel-Arieli takes you into the world of mythical figures and natural forms, found in fine examples of Teplitz Art Nouveau pottery, a collecting interest luring in collectors and investors alike.
In this installment of the Ask the Experts antiques appraisal column, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo reveals details on identifying and valuing antique side chairs.
More than 650 lots in a wide range of categories – art glass, Royal Bayreuth and antiques – are coming up for bid in a two-day Woody Auction decorative arts sale.
A battlefield cannon and drum from the Battle of Gettysburg, plus other Civil War items, will be sold alongside antiques from the historic Dancy-Polk House Inn, in historic auction Oct. 12.
It was a toy collector's paradise during Bertoia's Toy Picks auction in early May, which finished with $1.5 million in sales, with a circa-1902 first-series Marklin Toy Battleship Maine leading all lots, after fetching $64,900.
It's been said, Georges Briard knew what 1950s housewives wanted. Given that his unique and useful housewares are still popular after 60 years proves its true.