Following a very successful first of five auctions featuring the collection of the late Dr. Ernest and Karin Rieger, Woody Auction is preparing to bring another stunning selection of art glass to market in the second sale, May 29.
I.M. Chait is participating in this year's Asia Week in the comfort of the company's Beverly Hills gallery, instead of the hub of New York, with an auction featuring several lots of Asian art, porcelain and more, March 23.
John Moran Auctioneers will host its first auction of the year Feb. 18, with an Antique and Fine Art Sale featuring 220-lots of silver, fine art, Asian artifacts, bronzes, silver, and furniture, including a walnut and parquetry vitrine with gilt bronze cherubs, which may see $20,000.
Twenty-five top-tier galleries and antiques dealers from the U.S. and Britain will showcase their wares at the 15th annual NY Ceramics Fair Jan. 22-26.
It's a pottery and porcelain extravaganza at Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates April 24, with hundreds of American, English and Asian pottery crossing the block.
In addition to a show floor filled by 30 outstanding galleries and dealers specializing in important pottery, glass and porcelain, the Fair offers one of the the most distinguished ceramics lecture series in the U.S.
Original works of art by noted artists such as Jean Dufy, Antoine Blanchard and Avinash Chandra will be part of a fine artwork and decorative arts auction slated for Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, by Elite Decorative Arts,
The Ceramic Arts Studio Collectors convention will celebrate the popularity of CAS across America in cities large and small, as well as the all-American themes of many Studio releases.
The May Gold Rush at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds in Rochester, Minn., opens May 11-13, 2012. The show is back on its regular Mother’s Day weekend.
Unlike canvas paintings that fade with time, KPM painted plaques retain their rich, vibrant colors and soft, glowing skin tones indefinitely. The secret? Dealer Afshine Emrani says it's the porcelain. “The magic of a KPM plaque,” he adds,“ is that it will look as crisp and beautiful 100 years from now as it does...