What do Lichtenstein, Chevrolet and Chihuly have in common? In addition to being icons in their respective interests, they are represented in Everything But the House (EBTH)’s current online estate auction. The no-reserve auction is open to bidding now through Dec. 27. The EBTH Landmark Sale is a curated selection of...
Piedras Negras, Mexico is reportedly the place where nachos originated, but that's not all. Unique connections exist between art, antiquities and nachos.
A platinum rounded triangular pocket watch, owned and worn by Al Capone, took top lot honors during RR Auction's June 24 Gangsters, Outlaws, and Lawmen auction.
Two lamps and one Tiffany Studios window are headlining an extensive Lamps, Glass, and Fine Jewelry auction to be presented June 16, by James D. Julia Auctioneers.
A 1950s restored Chevy Bel Air is one of the headlining lots in Cordier's Spring Antique and Fine Art Auction, which is set for May 20.
Paintings featuring seascapes, ships in harbors and facing fierce storms, commanded well above estimates during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries Aug. sale.
More than 500,000 buttons will be on display and available for sale during the National Button Show Aug. 4-6 in Denver, Colorado.
The new online educational site MyAntiqueSchool.com is offering seminars about everything from ceramics and buying antiques at auction to upcycling, all lead by renowned experts from the antiques and collectibles industry.
An early 20th century Newcomb College matte glaze baluster form vase may lead all art pottery, during Crescent City Auction Gallery's 1,400-lot auction, Feb. 27-28.
A Haida argillite totem, the work of master carver Charles Edenshaw, soared to $120,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of a November 2015 auction offered by Fairfield Auction.