Several American-owned collections of impressive Chinese art including jade, ceramics, and textiles are headed to auction Dec. 17-18 at Bonhams' in San Francisco.
During Woodbury Auction's Sept. 29 estates auction, multiple bidders competed for a two-sided Chinese carved jade panel, pushing the hammer price to $330,000.
Russian bronzes, Ivory pieces, Chinese items, and the fine art proved popular among the 600 bidders at a Florida estates and antique auction in September.
Three fantastic collections – of 1920s Rene Lalique glass, netsuke carving and signed estate jewelry – will headline a 500-lot estates auction planned for Sunday, Oct. 27, by A. B. Levy’s, in the firm’s main gallery located at 211 Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, Fla.
More than 800 lots of high quality ivory, jade and porcelain, Chinese and Japanese prints and scroll paintings, and Chinese furniture will cross the auction block Sept. 13.
James D. Julia Inc.'s end of summer auction features a diverse selection of 2,600 American and European fine and decorative art, furniture, jewelry pieces, nautical items, weather vanes, clocks and watches Aug. 20-23.
A little more than 300 lots of fine art, decorative art, Asian antiquities and more will be sold in an Internet-only auction slated for Saturday, July 20.
There's still time to tune in to your inner appraiser and bring out your appraisal skills through summer sessions offered by the International Society of Appraisers.
Russian fine and decorative art, including a pair of unique paintings is generating much presale interest heading into the June 8 sale at Elite Decorative Arts.
In an Antique Trader exclusive, Asian arts expert Melody Amsel-Arieli, takes you on an exploration of the popular and rarely seen late Qing Dynasty objets d'art.