Attracting interest ahead of the May 18-19 Spring Antique & Fine Art Sale at Cordier Auctions is an 18th century French pocketwatch, and 1541 English Great Bible.
iGavel Auctions is setting the pace for its spring and summer auction season April 17 - May 1with an auction featuring a unusually large Asian silk painting.
Antique large-scale model trains, jukeboxes, and 18th century Chinese pottery, are among the lots of an eclectic auction April 24, at Sterling Associates.
A new exhibit at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art, set to open March 30, 2013, explores noted Japanese artwork of the first decade of the 20th century.
Kaminski Auctions will host its next Fine Asian Art and Antiques Auction, starting at 10 a.m. March 30, at 117 Elliot St., Beverly, Mass. One of the items garnering the most pre-auction excitement is a large carved jade piece.
18th - 19th century lotus form rhinoceros horn libation cup is expected to command top dollar (upwards of $150,000) during Elite Decorative Arts May 16-19 sale.
Asia Week participants are set to take over New York with brilliant pieces from 44 galleries from across the globe, as the event gets underway March 15.
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According to Woburn-based Jim Callahan, director of Asian Arts and a regular on PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow” since 1996, “Both of these treasures are exceptional and absolute rarities. I have been a student, connoisseur, and appraiser of fine Asian Arts for over 40 years and have never seen anything like the rhinoceros horn libation cup....
Sales highlights were seen in every major category of Michaan’s Dec. 2, 2012, estate auction. An oil painting by Indonesian artist Lee Man Fong brought the highest dollar amount of the day. “Young Woman with Junk Boat” sold for $9,440, surpassing its low estimate of $8,000.