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Dozens of examples of highly valued Southern pottery by such renowned artisans as Dave the Slave, Thomas Chandler, W.T.B. Gordy and others will be sold at public auction on Memorial Day at the Jefferson Civic Center in Jefferson, Ga.
On May 12, 2012, Antiquities-Saleroom.com, a fully owned subsidiary of Artemis Gallery Ancient Art, will offer more than 250 lots of antiquities. “All items offered for sale in this auction have been legally acquired and are legal to sell, and are guaranteed authentic/as described," says Teresa Dodge, Managing Director of Antiquities Saleroom.
A.H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals, a relatively new Toronto auction house, saw active bidding on Asian art April 17-18, 2012. A lot of two Chinese white jade cups sold for $3,744, five times its low estimate. A a pair of Paul Storr, English silver baskets sold for $37,440.
Works of one of Oklahoma’s favorite potters, John Frank, are featured in a new exhibition, Oklahoma Clay: Frankoma Pottery, which opened April 20, at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
A theft occurred April 16 at the Villager Antiques in Amboy Minnesota. At least 20 pieces of Red Wing pottery were stolen from the antique store.
The Old Sleepy Eye Collectors Club of America was founded in 1976 to preserve the heritage of the Old Sleepy Eye Flour Mill and collectible advertising items that were created by the mill.
Some of the collectible hobby's best books have been out of print for more than a decade, only to be found in antiques stores themselves as part of a dealer's private library. F+W Media, publisher of Antique Trader, is proud to offer a variety of its antiques and collectibles products in e-book form in...
More than 400 lots of vintage and antique collectibles have been donated from across the United States for a charity auction April 28, 2012 for the benefit of the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Vibrantly and painstakingly crafted, Meiji Satsuma earthenware literally reflects Japanese artistry, history and culture, from the featured themes and motifs to the art form’s minute liquid gold embellishments and ivory to yellow fine-crackled glazes. Noted for their dense ornamentation, Satsuma can be embellished with borders of varying types and patterns, including enamel, geometric, brocade,...