Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, a regular contributor of Antique Trader, admits that lamps aren't his 'thing,' and yet among his latest acquisitions are 11 lighting devices. Can you relate to this collecting experience? Learn more about what drew Anthony to these lamps.
Woody Auction is preparing to celebrate the opening of its new location Feb. 24, with an auction featuring a robust selection of items that includes four original paintings by Kansas artist Birger Sandzén.
Dr. G. Marchelos evaluates a trio of inquiries, including that of an antique pen, a table-top reverse-painted lamp, and a mango serving fork.
A marble head sculpture created by Cycladic sculptors of the 3rd millennium BC finished atop all lots in Cottone Auctions' $2.6 million Sept. 22-23 auction.
In this Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin addresses two inquiries with evaluations containing history about lighting used in a 'red light district,' and retro canisters with a 'merry' presence.
Headlining Fontaine's Auction Gallery's Jan. 21 sale is a scarce automaton musical clock, dating to the 15th century. Constructed in the shape of a pagoda and gifted to the Chinese Qing Imperial Court, the clock carries an estimate of $800,000 to $1.2M into auction.
Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates' 19th and 20th Century Glass and Lighting auction, July 29-30, will feature items from four distinct collections, including a consignment from the Sandwich Glass Museum.
Arizona-based sister auction houses, J. Levine Auction & Appraisal and EJ's Auction & Consignment will present a significant Americana collection at auction Feb. 25-27.
A miniature shelf clock by Levenworth and a unique Munger "stove pipe" clock are among the lots heading to sale Sept. 25-26 at Cottone Auctions.