Fans of Japanese Art Deco get a double treat in June: Toronto auctioneer A.H. Wilkens is holding a sale of Japanese Art Deco Noritake and the Japan Society is wrapping up its exhibit titled "Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920–1945."
Two collections of antique dolls, furnishings, fashions, doll houses, miniatures and an important half doll collection will be offered June 16-17, 2012 by Frasher's Doll Auction. Bebes from Jumeau, Steiner, Bru, Rabery and Delphieu will cross the block along with dolls from the 1930-1950 era, including Raggedy Ann, Shirley Temple dolls, Nancy Ann Storybook...
Fine European antique toys and train stations, plus an array of still and mechanical banks and toys from collectors Dr. James Laster and John Jirofsky headline the July 1, 2012 auction. Cast-iron American toys exhibiting particularly fine condition include a “super-mint” circa-1905 Uncle Sam Chariot, made by Kenton Hardware and retaining 99.5 percent of...
If you think fine design is only for the rich, take a look at some of the work done by humble prison inmates during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Even among the wayward, there is still an urge to create.
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Here's some of the rarest and greatest items ever found in storage units. What will your next "pick" bring?
Tim and Angela Swift, promoters of the North San Diego County Antique & Collectible Show, are working with dealers to add features that appeal to more antiques collectors in Escondido, California.
Riverboat hustlers may take 5-card stud to an art form but they've got nothing on John McKinven. His love affair with gambling novelties is on display (and up for bids) at Potter & Potter's Auction closing May 13.
Here's a look at the top lots from Neal Auction Co.'s April 21-22, 2012 sale, during which a pair of antique Chinese Huanghuali wood square stools sold for $69,310 and claimed top lot honors.
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.