A pair of carved, early Continental alabaster and marble statues of Cleopatra and Judith sold for $132,250 at a Nov. 13 sale, moving a Massachusetts auctioneer to believe the antiques market is showing strong signs of picking up again.
A magnificent Lenzkirch grandfather clock crafted circa 1860, 8 feet 2 inches tall and featuring a music box that plays 15 1/2 inch discs, soared to $39,200 at an on-site auction held Nov. 6.
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Cordier Antiques & Auctions’ Spring antique and fine art sale, May 22-23, offered a series of diverse collections ranging from military to autographs to unusual furniture. The 780-lot sale was held over two days in Camp Hill, Pa., across the Susquehanna River from Harrisburg.
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. – The contents of the Conewago Manor Inn – a historic structure dating back to an original 1742 grant from the William Penn family, founders of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – will be sold without reserve (everything goes, regardless of price) in an on-site auction Oct. 23, at the inn itself in...
STAMFORD, Conn. – Items from the estate of Tommy Hilfiger – the international fashion designer and founder of the brand that bears his name – will be sold without reserve at an auction slated for Sept. 26
MARIANNA, Fla. — A major on-site auction featuring over 150 items from the estate of the late Floye E. Brewton — former owner of The 1840 House antique shop — will be held Aug. 28 by The Specialists of the South, Inc.
MIDDLEBORO, Mass. — On Aug. 29, 2010, White’s Auctions will offer some exciting pieces from artists and designers of the American crafts and studio artist movements. These artists and craftsmen worked with traditional materials, such as woods, metals and glass, in unconventional ways to produce functional, creative pieces.
MOUNT CRAWFORD, Va. — On Saturday, May 22, 2010, Sandy and Larry Mackle of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., were present in the auction gallery when Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates conducted its cataloged auction of Important Early American Glass and Lighting
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Weschler’s May 15 auction of European & American Furniture and Decorations including 20th Century Design and Asian Works of Art ended the season with sales totaling more than $460,000.
GURNEE, Ill. – The Gurnee Antique Center, now more than 12 years old, is recognized as one of the more reputable antique malls in the greater Chicago area. Located 40 miles north of Chicago, it was built in the style of a large country barn.