More than 1,100 items and objects will come to auction Sunday, Oct. 15 through J. Levine Auction & Appraisal. Here are six eye-catching lots...
It may not be an 'age-old question' per se, but whether souvenir ruby glass should be identified as flashed or stained is a topic of debate. One Dr. Anthony J. Cavo takes on.
Pickle castors, bride's baskets, unique examples of decorative art glass comprise the 450 lots in Woody Auction's Sept. 9 sale.
A footed vase, candle holders, butter dishes, and a cocktail shaker in Cambridge glass' Wildflower pattern are among the lots coming before bidders Auc. 19 by way of Specialists of the South.
In the latest Behind the Spine column, Paul Kennedy talks Depression glass with Pam Meyer, chairperson of the National Depression Glass Association convention.
A Lalique peacock blue glass Borromee vase, from an esteemed modernist collection, is expected to vie for top lot during Heritage Auctions' May 25 auction.
A new exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center on the SUNY Buffalo State campus reveals the process, precision and popularity involved in making paper weights.
Winslow Anderson was no stranger to high quality glass and china. In addition to a storied career as a prolific designer for Blenko Glass and Lenox China, the late Mr. Anderson amassed an extensive collection, including a number of pieces that were featured in museum exhibitions. Items from his collection are...
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.