A 48-inch tall Chinese temple vase, once owned by noted American philanthropist Morris Ketchum Jesup, may rise to top lot status at auction April 23.
One of only seven recorded examples of a violet blue Lyre covered salt soared to a record-setting $35,000 during Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates March 18 sale.
Knott's Berry Farm marked the 75th anniversary of its Ghost Town attraction in history-making style, by offering 200+ lots of memorabilia to bidders. The auction, presented by Heritage Auctions, realized $788,892 — 50% more than the total estimate.
Hundreds of bird dog paintings, decoys, fly rods and other fishing collectibles, changed hands to the tune of $1.4M during Copley Fine Arts' Winter Sale.
One man's five decade interest in toy trains, producing a collection of more than 2,500 cars and sets, could be a fortunate turn for bidders, when more than 250 lots from this collection come to auction April 22.
72 pieces of Copeland Spode China represents one of 550 lots in the online-only auction Thomaston Place Auction Galleries is presenting March 29.
More than 500 items of Vaseline glass, from a single collection, will headline a two-day sale April 7-8 at Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.
Among the decorative arts headlining the March 25 Fine Arts & Antiques Auction at Cottone Auctions is a bronze sculpture of a reclining figure.
A gilt and bronze Asian seal, boasting a design featuring dragons, and weighing 15 pounds, will come before bidders through Converse Auctions March 24.
Early 20th century iron and steam-powered toys from three distinct collections will cross the auction block March 31 and April 1. The sale is a collaboration between Pook & Pook and Noel Barrett Auctions.