Laszlo Jajczay of Seattle Decorative Art Restoration treats each restoration project as an opportunity to learn. In his 20+ years of restoring fine objects, he's acquired quite a bit of knowledge.
More than 1,100 items and objects will come to auction Sunday, Oct. 15 through J. Levine Auction & Appraisal. Here are six eye-catching lots...
Science and technology is a growing area of interest among collectors. Oct. 31 Bonhams will present 74 lots of antique and vintage devices, including a 18th-century planetarium-tellurium.
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.
By its very name, brutalism in design often evokes thoughts of edginess, hard corners, sharp ends, and well, a brutal approach to design. However, it's more than that.
In this Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin addresses two inquiries with evaluations containing history about lighting used in a 'red light district,' and retro canisters with a 'merry' presence.
Ask any number of people with an appreciation for antiques and collectibles how they came to love items of the past and it's a good bet many will credit another person with serving as the influence.
Among the objects expected to vie for top lot during Heritage Auctions' Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu Auction on Oct. 17 is a tri-fold mother-of-pearl and diamond photo frame by Asprey. The frame carries an estimate of $100,000-$150,000.
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.