Back-to-back fine glass and lamp auctions are on deck for June 19-20 as James D. Julia Auctioneers of Fairfield, Maine kicks off its summer auction season.
rom whirligigs and weathervanes to a Warhol painting and pieces from Roman Bronze Works are among the offerings of Schwenke's Woodbury Auction's June 9th sale.
Diamonds, colored gemstones, pearls and more make up the 250 lots of antique, vintage and retro pieces, set for sale during John Moran Auctioneers' May 21 sale.
Attracting interest ahead of the May 18-19 Spring Antique & Fine Art Sale at Cordier Auctions is an 18th century French pocketwatch, and 1541 English Great Bible.
Hundreds of glass pieces from both public and private collections, headlined by a richly decorated free-blown sugar bowl, will go under the gavel May 15 at Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates auction house.
The long-awaited second session sale of the Treasures of Louis C. Tiffany from the Garden Museum, Japan is slated for May 18, at Michaan's Auctions and online.
The return of the "What's in your attic?" auction at Quinn's Auction Gallery is proving popular, with the upcoming sale featuring 625 diverse lots, April 27.
Stunning jewelry and timepieces are heading to auction at Cowan's April 14, and highlights include items owned by former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott.
The oil painting "Kentucky Arsenal," part of the Humphreys-Rayburn Collection, is expected to fetch $50,000 when it goes under the gavel March 9 at Cowan's.
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.