As Clars Auction Gallery prepares for its May 30-June 1 auction the hope is it will be as successful as the February sale; which saw a Chinese triple Fusee and gilt bronze bracket clock with automaton soar past its estimate of $40,000 to finish at $270,000.
A set of 12 French Feuillet porcelain dessert plates, circa 1825, may command between $4,000 and $6,000 during the April 14 ceramics auction, being presented by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.
Folk art carvings of two Carolina parrots and a pickerel, are among the Americana art and antiques from a single-owner estate coming to auction April 25 at Pook & Pook.
Two original pieces of artwork by Grandma Moses are garnering a lot of attention ahead of the April 11 auction presented by Nadeau's Auction Gallery.
Birmingham, Alabama, is the location of the 60th Wedgwood International Seminar, which is taking place April 22-25. Those who register for the all-inclusive, four-day conference are privy to lectures from leading ceramics scholars, as well as hands-on sessions and conservation information.
A Rose Medallion punch bowl featuring President Ulysses S. Grant's monogram, within a laurel leaf, is one of anticipated standouts in Cottone Auctions' Feb. 20-21 Fine Art & Antiques Auction.
Organizers of the Red Wing Collectors Society’s (RWCS) Annual MidWinter GetTogether are sharing the gift of Red Wing across the Midwest, by giving Wisconsin the opportunity to take over hosting duties of the event, which was previous held in Iowa.
The Jan. 19th online auction through Pook & Pook features an eclectic mix, from American decorative arts and porcelain to gameboards, and pewter.
A late 19th-century National Cash Register is an expected stand-out of a Jan. 31 auction featuring two-generation, 70-plus year collections of a mother-daughter estates, offered by Specialists of the South.
Ushered by progressive master craftsmen, Fulper Pottery’s transition from producing practical wares, to creating enduring decorative Arts & Crafts designs, is an unlikely journey of which collectors are sometimes unaware.