Hundreds of fresh to the market artwork and jewelry will be offered Jan. 11 by Philip Weiss Auctions, on behalf of the New York City Public Administrator. Expected highlights of the sale include a pencil signed woodblock titled Aspen Red River by Gustave Baumann, and a 3.62-carat circular brilliant diamond.
A marquetry vitrine made of various woods, boasting an intricate design, by Émilé Gallé, is one of several lots expected to draw bidder interest, during one of two February auctions to be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.
A 23 1/2-inch tall bronze by Frederic S. Remington, “The Bronco Buster,” signed and stamped by the Roman Bronze works, walked away with top lot honors, during a recent Fine Art and Antiques Auction offered by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
A pair of Russian Fabergé Workmaster silver and enamel eggs by Mikhail Perkhin are among the lots expected to spark intense bidding, during Ahler's & Ogletree's Jan. 1 auction.
Although weathervanes certainly played a critical role in weather observations by sea merchants, farmers and others, but today they are popular items of folk art.
Two hanging scrolls by renowned Chinese artist Zhang Daqian will cross the auction block Dec. 15 at Michaan's Auctions, and one will with a presale estimate of $100,000 to $150,000 will likely vie for top lot status.
A large 20-carat gold Russian pendant, with a cloisonné image of Jesus, cabochons of ruby and sapphires, and the reverse with rock crystal sold for $17,400 during a sale offered by Kaminski Auctions.
A 15th century early Ming Dynasty Xuande Mark gilt-bronze Bodhisattva topped all lots, commanding $350,000, during I.M. Chait's Post-Asia Week Auction.
Among the several hundred lots headed for the auction block during Clars Auction Gallery's Fine Art, Decoratives, Jewelry and Asian Art auction, Nov. 15-17, is an impressive bedroom suite.
A selection of more than 40 paintings by famed Fla. regional artist Lucy Peters are set to cross the auction block during the Nov. 15 sale.