Cowan's Auctions brought a diverse and eclectic array of American and Continental furniture, fine art, works on paper, glass, silver, sculptures, portraiture to market in February, with a 19th century sand art bottle that sold for $19,800.
With a full house and intensely active online bidding, its no surprise Cowan's Auctions' July 13-14 Fine and Decorative Art Auction realized $1.3 million in sales. Among the lots garnering the most attention was this sand art bottle which sold for...
Among the auction highlights of Woodbury Auction's June 17 auction are two original pieces of silver jewelry by renowned local sculptor Alexander Calder, whose workshop was in Roxbury, Conn.
Any antiques shop that has more than three pieces of Colonial Revival furniture is almost certain to have a Mersman table somewhere in the joint because the company made millions of them.
The inventor of the pencil eraser and the first ink eradicator, H.T. Cushman, found his way into the furniture business after developing products to sell through mail order.
Cordier Auctions' May 19-20 public auction holds 875 lots of fine antiques and art, including three paintings by Walter Baum and an ivory, bronze & onyx figure by Demetre Chiparus.