Paul Kennedy’s latest Behind the Spine column explores the inspiration behind Pamela Wiggins’ new book “Collecting with Kids.” You may find that you share some similarities with Pamela, in how you came to appreciate antiques and collectibles.
Two pieces of jewelry, both with ruby and diamond gems represented, are among the headliners of the first of Kaminski Auctions October sales.
During two spring auctions Direct Auction Galleries offered various examples of estate jewelry, including an 18k white gold ring with a rose cut diamond that sold for more than $3,200.
A Northwest Coast Raven mask resonated with bidders during Corider Auctions' winter auction, which featured lamps, fine art, jewelry, and ethnographic art.
The top-selling lot of Thomaston Place Auction Galleries May 21-22 auction, a 1st century BC, Greek yellow gold and emerald ring realized more than five times its high estimate.
A 19th century painting by renowned artist H.O. Tanner appealed to many a bidder during Nadeau's Auction Gallery Jan. 1 auction. The painting, which realized $84,000, was one of the sales that made up the more than $1 million total sales realized during this event.
A 19th century marble sculpture of a mythological water nymph emerging from water, titled "Undine Rising from the Water," is headlining a Feb. 13-14 sale, presented by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
Clars Auction Gallery's Fine Art, Decorative, Jewelry and Asian Art sale, Jan. 16-17, features more than 200 lots of antique photographs and prints from esteemed private collections including the Art Institute of Chicago.
An oil painting by Arrah Lee Gaul, a member of the Philadelphia Ten art collective, could realize $1,000 to $2,000 during a Jan. 1 auction at Stepheson's.
Works by two of the first African American artist to earn international acclaim, H.O. Tanner and Charles Ethan Porter, are among the lots featured in Nadeau's Auction Gallery's Jan. 1 auction.