Cherished furnishings and art of a noted artist and philanthropist will headline a summer auction offered by Pook & Pook Inc., July 14.
An 18th century double-peaked, camelback Chippendale sofa, acquired in 1942 at a Los Angeles antique store, will come before bidders July 8 during Witherell's American Arts auction.
Various pieces of early and seldom-seen jewelry by master jewelry designer Georg Jensen changed hands at auction June 9-11, through Rago Arts & Auction Center.
A 'lost' gouache painting believed executed by Jackson Pollock will cross the auction block at J. Levine Auction & Appraisal on June 20.
An early 20th century oil painting by M. Evelyn McCormick, one of the first female impressionist painters, lead all lots — selling for $16,250 – during Witherell's May 16 sale.
Modern design and ancient antiquities will share the auction block during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Spring Auction Weekend, June 2-4.
Skeleton clocks, hand-wrought vases, and paintings by noted artists with ties to Rhode Island are sure to command attention at Bruneau & Co.'s June 3 auction.
This year marks the 28th year of Brian Lebel's Old West Show & Auction, and during the auction portion of the June 10-11 event a painting by noted Western artist Alfred Jacob Miller may command $175,000.
Among the expected highlights of Pook & Pook's April 29 auction is a watercolor and gouache depiction of Josephine Baker by renown painter Erté.
Knott's Berry Farm marked the 75th anniversary of its Ghost Town attraction in history-making style, by offering 200+ lots of memorabilia to bidders. The auction, presented by Heritage Auctions, realized $788,892 — 50% more than the total estimate.