New faces and endless antique items are slated to be on hand at the spring Pier Antiques Show, set for March 16-17, during the highly anticipated Asia Week.
Six rhinoceros horn libation cups, from the 17th and 18th centuries, headline a collection heading under the gavel Feb. 23-24 through Neal Auction Company.
New Orleans Auction Galleries will celebrate a new chapter at a festive grand reopening preview reception to be held on Thursday, Nov. 29, followed by a three-day, 1,700-lot auction Nov. 30-Dec. 2.
A two-day auction offering nearly 900 lots of antiques, fine art, collectibles, Asian antiques and more will be hosted by Cordier Auctions Nov. 10-11, 2012 in Harrisburg, Pa.
The Curator’s Eye, a distinctive online platform for the finest art and antiques from distinguished dealers across the globe, recently discussed the evolving role of the Internet in the art market with leading London-based dealer Michael Backman.
A carved Chinese rhinoceros horn libation cup from the 17th or 18th century sold for $318,600 at a sale of Asian antiques held in Florida. Another highlight was a Chinese hand-carved red coral figure depicting a seated happy Buddha, from the Late Qing period, which sold for $28,750.
Fans of Japanese Art Deco get a double treat in June: Toronto auctioneer A.H. Wilkens is holding a sale of Japanese Art Deco Noritake and the Japan Society is wrapping up its exhibit titled "Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920–1945."
More than 400 lots of antiques and fine art will be sold at auction Thursday, May 24, by Gordon S. Converse & Co. Categories include antique clocks, Asian objects, fine art, and more than 50 lots of toys and toy trains, among others.
A public auction, with live and online bidding, features selections of fine bronzes, antiques, original paintings, art glass, jewelry, Asian antiques and more. A pair of life-size bronze sculptures by South African artist Dylan Lewis, titled “Leopard Crushing Serpent,” is the expected top lot.