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A meticulously stitched and appliqued Lone Star quilt, circa 1840, rose to $9,360 before the gavel fell during Jeffrey S. Evan's & Associates' first textile auction, held July 16.
A Marilyn Monroe collection, which includes film-worn costumes from roles that helped establish Monroe as an icon, is starring in its own public exhibitions before selling in November.
Vintage couture including 1960-80s dresses and accessories, memorabilia including autographed photos of The Beatles and The Rat Pack will lead Sterling Assoc.'s Nov. 19 auction.
A stunning Ceylon sapphire and pearl necklace by Harry Winston led the charge in John Moran's HQ Jewley and Luxury Auction May 21, selling for $138,000.
Couture fashions from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood, and fine jewelry from Peretti and Nivea and more will take the Litchfield stage March 27.
John Moran Auctioneers is ringing in the holidays with its inaugural Headquarters Auction, a sale of fine jewelry, watches, coins and luxury accessories scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012.
More than 500 dealers from throughout the country, Europe and Asia are bringing together the latest trends, great design ideas, vintage fashion and one-of-a-kind treasures for a two-day shopping experience at The Pier Show Nov. 17-18.
A rare Corum diamond and 18-karat gold Rolls Royce radiator wristwatch and a a diamond cuff bangle bracelet are two lots to watch at an Aug. 15, 2012 auction. The bracelet is expected to bring between $15,000 and $18,000.
Resurrection’s a feat fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli would appreciate after dying nearly 40 years ago in 1973. Talk about a revival. Elsa Schiaparelli’s come back to life. It’s positively Surreal.