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 slated to sell...
Among the expected highlights of Pook & Pook's April 29 auction is a watercolor and gouache depiction of Josephine Baker by renown painter Erté.
The original artist's proof of a unique bird-form pitcher, circa 1953, set a new record for this type of Picasso pottery when it commanded $24,130 during Palm Beach Modern Auctions' Feb. 4-5 sale.
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.
72 pieces of Copeland Spode China represents one of 550 lots in the online-only auction Thomaston Place Auction Galleries is presenting March 29.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, evaluator Susan Mullikin, shares her findings about the maker of a reader's porcelain vase.
Among the decorative arts headlining the March 25 Fine Arts & Antiques Auction at Cottone Auctions is a bronze sculpture of a reclining figure.
More than 350 lots of art glass, including vases by Daum Nancy and Gallé each boasting scenes with bats soaring in the sky, are coming to auction March 19 through Woody Auction.
A collection of more than 375 items, including examples of 19th century decorative art, is coming before bidders March 19 through Turner Auctions + Appraisals.
Palissy ware is an unequivocally detailed style of ceramic ware in a league of its own. In this in-depth article, Antique Trader Print Editor Karen Knapstein explores the origins of Palissy ware and its active presence in modern ceramics.