A large ceramic ice pitcher created by Pablo Piccaso in 1952 is one of more than 60 lots featured in Auctionata's "Picasso Ceramics" auction, Feb. 24.
Did you know, many of the early examples of Meissen were made of red stoneware and marked with Chinese characters? Antique Trader contributor Donald Brien-Johnson explores a bit about Meissen history in a feature article.
A Chinese Imperial yellow-glazed moulded archaistic ritual food vessel is among the lots expected to vie for top lot during a Nov. 16 auction at Dreweatts.
A sculpture front cabinet is one of a group of Paul Evans designed furniture headlining one of three notable auctions being offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in autumn.
A set of 12 French Feuillet porcelain dessert plates, circa 1825, may command between $4,000 and $6,000 during the April 14 ceramics auction, being presented by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.
A pair of Russian Fabergé Workmaster silver and enamel eggs by Mikhail Perkhin are among the lots expected to spark intense bidding, during Ahler's & Ogletree's Jan. 1 auction.
Chair passed down from a cherished aunt turns out to be an uncommon Renaissance Revival chair, as identified and discussed by Dr. Anthony J Cavo, in a recent installment of the Ask the Experts column.
Nearly 70 exhibitors from across the Northeast will converge on Manchester, N.H. Aug. 7-9 for the 57th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show, presented by the NH Antiques Dealers Association.
The CAS collectors, a club for people with an appreciation for works by the Ceramic Arts Studio in Madison, Wisconsin, turns 20 this year. Members are preparing now for “A Toast To The Past! CAS Collectors’ 20th Anniversary" celebration, set for Aug. 23.