Headlining Fontaine's Auction Gallery's Jan. 21 sale is a scarce automaton musical clock, dating to the 15th century. Constructed in the shape of a pagoda and gifted to the Chinese Qing Imperial Court, the clock carries an estimate of $800,000 to $1.2M into auction.
This year's Winter Antiques Show, scheduled for Jan. 20-27, 2017 in New York, marks the 63rd year of this popular East Coast collectibles show.
Six lots of original 'Buster Brown' comic art, with notable provenance, sold for a combined $47,700 during Kaminski's annual Thanksgiving auction.
Issue by issue, subject by subject, source by source, within the Article Index you'll find the basic details that make up each of the 25 issues published by Antique Trader in 2016.
A 42-inch tall sculpture of beryllium copper and brass, created by Harry Bertoia, led all lots, realizing $24,000, during Schwenke Auctioneers' Dec. 4 auction.
In a recent Ask the Experts column, evaluator Susan Mullikin shares a bit about the Arts & Crafts movement, in reference to a unique punched-top table.
A Committee of Vigilance of San Francisco certificate from 1856 and three 'witching balls', which are examples of Americana, will come to auction Dec. 17-18.
After more than 40 years of operating Griffins & Gargoyles in a iconic brick building on Lawrence Ave. in Chicago, the father-daughter duo of Roy and Kelly Donovan are moving their antiques business strictly online.
Things are not always as they seem, and that is the case involving a pair of what is described as 'silvery' glass coasters, reports Dr. G. Marchelos, in his response to a recent Ask the Experts inquiry.
A 95-inch tall case clock by renowned clockmaker Jacob Eby sold for $10,620 during Ahlers & Ogletree's August auction event.