In the latest Ask the Experts' column, Dr. Anthony Cavo discusses the cross-collectible appeal of a "Moustache Spoon" from the California Midwinter International Exposition (Midwinter Exposition) of 1894, when offering a value.
In the latest 10 Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn investigates Artus and Anne Van Briggle, a talented duo of artists who found success at Rookwood Pottery before establishing their own studio.
American art pottery, various types of glass and furniture crossed the auction block during a January sale at Brown Auctions. A 15-inch Roseville Falline vase was a highlight in the glass category, selling for $1,500, while an RJ Horner dining set claimed top lot after commanding $14,500.
In a recent installment of the Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin congratulated a reader on owning a pair of 19th/early 20th century candlesticks.
Rochester, Michigan's Rush Antiques and Rush Appraisals recently added an e-commerce arm to its operation, making 18th, 19th and 20th century antiques available for purchase.
The lifetime pottery and antique collection of Jerrye and the late Lt. Col. Marvin Dillman of Texas is being sold without reserves November 21. The Dillmans’ collection offers a wide variety of Roseville and Hull art pottery, as well as carnival glass and porcelain. “This sale contains the largest number of Roseville baskets and...
A scarce Ulfberht sword from the 10th century is among the 50 swords, and more than 1,000 lots expected at the Sixth Annual West Point/Garrison, New York Auction, Aug. 8-9. The auction will be presented by Louis J Dianni LLC.
Donald-Brian Johnson discusses the dynamic design of utilitarian spongeware pottery in a recent edition of Antique Trader.
In its first stand-alone online auction, June 17, Pook & Pook Inc. is bringing a diverse selection to market, ranging from Quimper pottery to banks.
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.