Bronze "Elk Buffalo" sculpture by Henry Merwin Shrady sold for $276,000, the highest price ever realized for the artist, during Eldred's April 3-4 Americana, Paintings & Sporting Art Auction.
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.
An 18th century Virginia Queen Anne tray-top tea table captivated bidders' attention during Cottone Auction's 750-lot Fine Art & Antiques Auction, so much so that it soared to $299,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of the sale.
A fascinating Wooten roll top walnut rotary desk is one of the more than 400 eclectic lots featured in Schwenke Auctioneers’ Fine Estates Auction, set for April 26.
Eldred’s two-day Americana, Paintings & Sporting Art Auction, April 3-4, resulted in many items changing hands; including the record-setting sale of H.M. Shrady's "Elk Buffalo" bronze sculpture, for $276,000.
From Tiffany Studios' lanterns and lamps to Tiffany gemstone bracelets and iridescent art glass globe, Fontaine's Action Gallery's Feb. 28 sale was rich with Tiffany items that changed hands.
Commonly thought to be made only of wood, steel and brass, corkscrews have a classically elegant side as well, often one of gold and silver, which is resonating with today’s collectors.
A 14-inch, period Art Deco bronze sculpture of a dancing couple may waltz its way to $10,000 during a April 1 Spring Art & Antiques Auction at Sterling Associates.
More than 150 selections of European pewter, including two 19th century pewter mugs, are expected to become highlights of Pook & Pook's International Auction, slated for March 28.
A vintage Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, complete with key, more than doubled its low estimate to become the top lot of the Mar. 8 auction at Schwenke Auctioneers.