Of the 1,600 lots of antique and contemporary fine art, sculpture, furniture, lighting, estate jewelry, couture handbags, slated for sale July 26-28 during the summer estate auction at New Orleans Auction Gallery, an exceptional selection of 17th, 18th and early 19th century silver is generated early bidder interest.
New Orleans Auction Galleries' premiere of its new Cakebread Designer Auction series was met with great response, as designers and fans look toward the next session.
Experts with Bonhams will be on hand to offer appraisals of jewelry, silver, decorative arts, and more, March 20 at the Pasadena Museum of History.
Just a few months back Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, but the NYC Pier Show opened its doors then and it is preparing to again March 16-17.
It will be a full house at the Antique Spectacular in Rock Island, Ill. March 1-3, with dealers displaying everything from stoneware and postcards to marbles.
Thousands of people are expected to converge upon Palm Beach, Fla. Feb. 15-19 for the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. A great variety will be displayed.
A silver plate showing an image of a bull’s head by renowned artist Pablo Picasso may earn top lot honors at $50,000 during a March 2-3 multi-estate sale.
Many auction houses are finding that variety is a necessity for growth and continued success. This is evident in leading auction houses' triumphs of 2012.
China's relationship with silver dates back several dynasties and helped to define its economy and trade relations; today it the focus of many collectors dreams.
Furniture claims top lots at recent Nadeau's auction, reportedly its strongest American antiques sale in the last three years.