Artwork created by Ceramic Arts Studio artists will be showcased Aug. 25, during the annual CAS Collectors Convention in Madison, Wis.
Wedgewood pottery, in operation since the mid-18th century, has brought many iconic motifs and objects to market. Among those was its lusterware line, driven by the designs of Daisy Makeig-Jones.
Making its debut at auction June 2 is a painted, chromed and coppered steel sculpture by American artist John Angus Chamberlain. The piece is one of more than 520 lots in Palm Beach Modern Auctions' June auction.
An unparalleled representation of Wedgwood jasperware, from collection of Adele Barnett, founder of Washington, D.C.’s Wedgwood Society, will come to auction April 14 through Quinn's Auction Galleries.
Examples of American West sculptures and art by revered artisans including Charles Russell and Eanger Irving Couse, as well Native American art and pottery, including examples by Margaret Tafoya will come to auction Nov. 5-6.
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.
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.
In her latest assessments, Ask the Experts panelist Susan Mullikin suggests more in-depth evaluation of items of inquiry: an obscure chair and ginger jar.