Former Buffalo soldier and renowned African-American artist Dox Thrash's work, including a gouche portrait, during Elite Decorative Arts Oct. 5 sale.
Jade sculptures reigned during a July 13 auction at Elite Decorative Arts, lead by a chariot which galloped past its low presale price of $300 en route to $40,120.
A famed painting of Napoleon by Toulouse-Lautrec, which is No. 20 in a limited-edition series of 100, is set for sale July 13 at Elite Decorative Arts.
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.
What’s fast shaping up as one of the best, highest-grossing Asian sales ever for Elite Decorative Arts is planned for the weekend of Nov. 10-11, 2012, in Boynton Beach, Fla.
One of the top lots in this week's Elite Decorative Art auction is a blue diamond ring and a vintage Jacobus Stainer violin and bow. Artwork will include an artist proof bronze sculpture of a goat by Louise B. Nevelson and a pencil on paper of a nude female by Fernando Botero, measuring 22...
More than 300 fine antique Chinese carvings and Asian works of art, including porcelains, jade, ivory, bronze, jewelry, stone carvings and silver, are to be offered Aug. 18, 2012. A piece of jewelry, not a porcelain, may end up being the day’s top earner: a stunning ladies’ 18kt yellow gold imperial jadeite cabochon and...
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.
A late 19th century Russian red enameled medal is expected to take top lot honors from among the approximate 400 lot offerings in an April 28 live and online auction.
A rare and masterfully carved Chinese rhinoceros horn libation cup from the 17th or 18th century sold for $318,600 at a sale of Asian antiques held March 17-18, 2012. The object sparked a spirited bidding war before an Internet bidder in Shanghai finally emerged the winner.