DOUGLASS, Kans. – The lifetime collection of Don and the late Carrol Lyle – dedicated collectors of Wave Crest, Nakara, Kelva and American Brilliant Cut Glass whose items have been featured in books, trade publications and museum exhibits – will be sold without reserve in a two-day auction slated for Sept....
DOUGLASS, Kan. – Three blue RS Prussia marked bowls – each one boasting a portrait and scenic décor of one of the four seasons – sold as single lots for a combined $33,000 at the Part 1 sale of the lifetime collection of RS Prussia antique porcelain of the late John...
Not one, but five examples of artwork created by renowned American painter Grandma Moses will headline the May 20 auction being presented by I.M. Chait Gallery.
The first of multiple auctions featuring a lifetime collection of R.S. Prussia porcelain will come before bidders May 26 through Woody Auction. The first sale features a majority of pieces done in the seldom-seen cobalt blue color.
The inclusion of the fleur de lis design and the scene depicting a woman and a man in a period setting and dress, aid in evaluating and assessing a reader's tea set, explains Ask the Experts panelist Susan Mullikin.
A Chinese green glazed oval footed porcelain bowl commanded 100 times it's high estimate price when it soared to $200,000 during Nye & Company Auctioneers first auction of the year.
Vessels, sculptures, jewelry, and icons fill the auction catalog in Artemis Gallery's March 15 ethnographic sale of 432 lots. A carved marble muse sculpture is among the headliners.
Two unique bronze statuettes, an Art Deco designed female perched on the moon, and a Japanese eagle sculpture are among the featured lots in the benefit-focused Red Carpet Auction, Feb. 21.
A reticulated porcelain stand that spent decades under another object in a kitchen pantry was among the 27 lots that brought five-figures during a Dec. sale.
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.