Happy tunes were sung by customers, dealers and even the show promoters at Nashville’s Antiques Week as results were tallied after the Feb. 13-16, 2013, events.
Marburger Farm Antique Show is rapidly approaching, and with 43 acres and 350+ exhibitors, the Farm is sure to deliver some amazing adventures and offerings.
On the heels of Blizzard 2013, online bidding was the name of the game during the Feb. 10 Mid-Century Country & Decorative Arts Auction at Woodbury Auction.
Weathervanes, nautical items, a rare hand colored lithograph and more than 500 stunning pieces of fine art are poised for sale at James D. Julia's first auction of 2013. The three-day event, scheduled for Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, will include some 1,000 lots.
Santa Claus is a jolly old elf beloved of children and postcard collectors, but some artists of the early 1900s gave him a less than sentimental image. Even when they got the beard and costume right, they didn’t picture him as someone you’d want in your living room in the middle of the night.
A rare and desirable 1905 Wurlitzer Style 17 PianOrchestra in excellent working condition soared to $120,000 at a huge three-day auction held Oct. 5-7 by Showtime Auction Services.
Kaminski Auctions announces its largest sale of the year offering an eclectic mix of European furnishings, decorative and fine art on Saturday; Sunday features Americana, baseball memorabilia and a single owner folk art collection from Cape Cod.
The top lot of Woodbury Auction's Early Fall Fine Estates Auction is a sterling "w" brooch designed by Alexander Calder, which was offered for the first time at auction.
The top lot in Freeman’s recent sale of American furniture, silver, folk and decorative arts set a record for a blanket chest made by Johannes Spitler, which sold for $350,000. The auction generated excitement and interest among American and International institutions, private collectors and dealers and ultimately realized more than $1.74 million.
An extremely rare miniature great blue heron made by renowned American carver A. Elmer Crowell (1862-1952) sold for $31,050. It was an auction record for a Crowell miniature, breaking the previous mark set about five minutes earlier, when the lot immediately preceding the blue heron – an American egret standing 8 1/2 inches tall...