There is an abundance of elegant and exciting fashion accessories present in Heritage Auctions' March 25 and March 26 auctions. Here are six that caught Antoinette Rahn's eye...
The painting “Gray’s Elegy at Stoke Poges, Kent” painted by Jasper Francis Cropsey and inspired by a poem penned by Thomas Gray is coming before bidders during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries’ 3-Day Winter Auction Feb. 16-18. It enters the sale with an estimate of $200,000 to $300,000.
A 17th century village scenescape painting, elk antler chandeliers, English silver, and Japanese ceramics are among the items in Myers Fine Arts' Jan. 21 auction.
Vintage jewelry is finding its way into the wardrobes of people of all ages, and online jewelry boutique Vintage Meet Modern is providing jewelry options and accessorizing advice.
Cheetahs and the Conqueror of Nepal are among the subjects featured in examples of British East Indian and China Trade paintings to soar past estimates during Clars' Dec. auction.
Various lots including stylish vintage jewelry like a gold tennis-style bracelet with pink sapphires to antique glazed Chinese roof tiles are among the eclectic lots set to sell Dec. 16.
Artifacts including jewelry, basketry, carved figures, and clothing and accessories from the Southwest region of the U.S. will come before bidders Dec. 17 during Turner Auctions + Appraisal's online sale.
A late 19th century natural Burmese spinel necklace is among the headliners of a two-session jewelry auction set for Dec. 5.
Macklowe Gallery is delving into a new chapter in its nearly five decades of serving the interests of the antiques and art community. Second-generation owner Benjamin Macklowe shares more about the company's vision.