Decorative arts items including toleware, stoneware, folk arts, and ironwork, among others will headline a 1,200-lot auction scheduled for Sept. 14-15 at Pook & Pook Inc.
A church cleaning session resulted in the unexpected discovery of a Red Wing four-gallon water cooler, which in his latest Ask the Experts assessment Dr. Anthony J. Cavo said may be bring $600 to $700 in a crock auction or sale.
The non-profit Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation has reached a favorable settlement with Red Wing Stoneware and Pottery owners after a year-long intellectual property dispute.
With the worldwide ban on ivory, it is absolutely essential one can decipher ivory from plastic when it comes to antiques and collectibles. In the latest Ask the Experts column, Dr. G. Marchelos offers a clear caution of closely examining items and seeking documentation, as he fields a reader's inquiry about determining if an...
Attendance at the Red Wing Collectors Society's Annual MidWinter GetTogether was robust, with 24 percent more people attending versus 2014.
Several items of Ohio Valley stoneware, amassed by a noted authority on the pottery, will cross the auction block May 15, at Garth's Auctioneers and Appraisers.
A painted pine dower chest decorated by John Seltzer, dated 1808, with the inscription “Henrey Yeckly 1808”, will come before bidders during Pook & Pook's Americana and Fine Art Auction, April 24-26.
Bidders will be going for the bronze and marble during Artemis Gallery’s March 19 online antiquities auction that features 300 lots of Roman, Near Eastern and Asian figures, vessels, and artifacts.
A Pairpoint Puffy yellow rose table lamp is expected to be among the highlights of a two-session antique estate auction totaling more than 500 lots and featuring rare and collectible firearms, duck decoys, stoneware, pottery, and lighting, at Fontaine's Auction Gallery on Jan. 31.
Organizers of the Red Wing Collectors Society’s (RWCS) Annual MidWinter GetTogether are sharing the gift of Red Wing across the Midwest, by giving Wisconsin the opportunity to take over hosting duties of the event, which was previous held in Iowa.