The most recent installment of antique auction and show ads and events offered by Antique Trader feature a wide variety of opportunities to bid, buy and sell.
In the latest Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin, shares some gold mining history in her assessment of a subscriber's 20th century scale.
One of two bronze sculptures by Lynn Chadwick realized $96,000 to lead all lots in a 342-lot auction recently presented by A. B. Levy’s.
Chinese ceramics, Ming-style wood chairs, lighting and glass are headlining Sterling Associates’ October 28th Fall Auction.
Examples of ancient mold-blown glass, including pieces dating back to the first century A.D., will be on display at The Corning Museum of Glass, starting in 2015.
A cameo-glass Sphinx lamp, with a finely formed bronze-on-marble base and a domed shade with hues of orange, yellow and terra cotta, took top lot honors during an autumn auction presented by John W. Coker, Ltd.
Antique Trader resident bottle expert Mike Polak shares tales from his summer bottle digging and collecting road trip in a recent Bottle Treasures Uncorked column.
Multiple estates will contribute to the diversity of lots in the June 11-12 auction offered by James D. Julia, including Tiffany lamps, French and English cameo glass and vases.
Recently, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates brought 1,167 colored glass to auction, drawing much attention and bidder interest, for 19th and 20th century glass, with a deep peacock-blue pressed Eye and Scale pattern hand candlestick/chamber stick, and a pair of deep peacock-green pressed Loop/Leaf stand lamps sharing top lot, commanding $9,775 each.
After 27 years Bill and Millie Downey are passing on the torch as promoters of the Sanlando Depression Glass Show, as the two new sets of promoters gear up for the show in January.