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.
In the latest Ask the Experts column, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo offers an insightful lesson in reading hallmarks to identify and assess silver heirlooms.
Among the 357-lots coming to auction Aug. 3 through Artemis Gallery is an ancient Egyptian bronze figure of the god Osiris. The figure carries an estimate of $60,000 to $90,000 into the auction.
A pair of hexagonal form 'chan' side tables, courtesy of father-son design team of Philip and Kelvin Laverne is among the 300-plus lots in Antique & Modern Auction Gallery's July 29 sale.
An uncommon bronze figural sundial sculpture, a Patek Philippe chronograph, a 1948 Chevy truck, and a selection of fine art will come before bidders July 22 during Bruneau & Co.'s auction.
The Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) will celebrate its 40th anniversary during its annual convention, scheduled for July 6-8, in Red Wing, Minn.
An Asian jade belt hook undercut with a kui dragon and a set of Tibetan prayer beads are two of more than 200 lots featured in Turner Auctions + Appraisals' July 8 Arts of Asia online auction.