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.
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What does a recorded LP of the Broadway hit 'Hamilton' signed by the cast have in common with ancient pottery from Ecuador? Both will come before bidders Oct. 5 in an auction benefiting youth.
Woody Auctions is selling art glass, antique clocks, Newcomb Pottery pieces, Chinese enamel, vintage lamps - more than 400 lots in all - on Saturday, October 7, in Douglass, Kansas.
Antique Trader magazine subscribers receive the benefit of complimentary antique appraisals. Dr. Anthony J. Cavo evaluates a historically significant Japanese sword with Marshall Islands provenance, as well as a Limoges porcelain ramekin.
Each year, the Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association (WADA) presents a featured exhibit during its shows. This year's 66th Fall Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Show & Sale, Oct. 6-7, carries on that tradition with an exhibition of Pauline Pottery.
It's been 120 years since a group of Austrian ceramists developed the Vienna Secessionist Movement, and the impact of these visionaries continue to influence ceramic artisans and appeal to collectors.
An extensive selection of Latin American art, including a piece by one of Mexico's most notable muralists, is headlining Clars Auction Gallery's 1,500-plus lot auction slated for Sept. 16-17.
From the start, Ironstone china came to market with the intention of reliably serving the needs of users for a long period of time. Then in 1880, the 'Tea Leaf' motif brought style to service.