News out Berlin is Auctionata, new online-only auction house is keeping time with Chrono24 - an another online marketplace specializing in luxury timepieces.
A Henry Bower "dwarf" clock, measuring just 50 inches tall, circa 19th century, proved that little things can have a big impact when it sold for $31,625.
Stunning jewelry and timepieces are heading to auction at Cowan's April 14, and highlights include items owned by former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott.
Couture fashions from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood, and fine jewelry from Peretti and Nivea and more will take the Litchfield stage March 27.
Fontaine's Auction Gallery's March 23 antique auction will feature more than 400 lots of antique furniture, Arts & Crafts items, antique lighting, paintings, bronzes and sterling silver.
Asheville-based Brunk Auctions will hold its next live and online antique auction March 23, consisting of approximately 800 lots, including fine art, antiques, and decorative arts.
Warman's Antiques & Collectibles is a triple threat of expertise. It entertains, informs and inspires. Something not every antiques guide does. See for yourself.
The Winter Antiques Show opened its 10-day run at the Park Avenue Armory with strong antiques sales, celebrity sightings, standing-room-only at the special lectures, and a 25 percent increase in daily visitors.
An oil painting with an estimate of $125,000 - $135,000, and a 16th century French novel are among the highlights of a Feb. 2 and 3 sale at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
Twenty-eight vendors from around the Midwest gathered bringing a wide array of antiques and collectibles at the 56th annual Green Bay and De Pere Antiquarian Society Antique Show & Sale.