NEW YORK — The aisles are packed, the atmosphere charged. It’s a hot shopping party and everyone is in on the action. Newlyweds are spotted purchasing a 12-foot long industrial table. (Are they thinking family, or what?) Is that a celebrity checking out the leaded glass Tiffany lamps?
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – Fontaine’s Auction Gallery is offering a free one-day seminar and appraisal on the lamps of Tiffany and other 20th century lighting, to be held March 21, in the firm’s gallery facility, located at 1485 South Housatonic Street in Pittsfield. Fontaine’s has been the scene of numerous auctions that featured rare and...
FAIRFIELD, Maine — The auction firm of James D. Julia ended their 2009 auction season with a bang. As part of a three-day auction event, Julia’s combined the efforts of Julia’s advertising, toy and doll division head Andrew Truman and glass and lamp department head Dudley Browne in an outstanding array of quality antiques.
ASPEN, Colo. – One collector’s lifelong passion for the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany will be on display for the entire world to enjoy in what’s being called the grandest exhibit on the world’s greatest glass artist.
Scott Antique Markets continues to be the gathering place for thousands of vendors and antique shoppers from around the globe. Don Scott, owner and CEO of Scott Antique Markets, offers not only one market but two to accommodate antique vendors and enthusiasts.
CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. — Professional Appraisers & Liquidators Auction Gallery is mixing it up a bit this fall.
BOSTON—Skinner will host an auction of 20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts in its Boston gallery June 27 at 10 a.m. More than 550 lots of furniture and decorative and utilitarian objects
FAIRFIELD, Maine – James D. Julia’s spring lamp and glass auction boasts the overall highest quality and selection of fine glass in the company’s 40-year history.
then you’ll probably want to check out Heritage Auction Gallery’s June 4 auction offerings at www.HA.com/5021, where the press release boasts ” a wide selection of American Modernism, with work by names like George Nakashima, Harry Bertoia, KEM Weber, Gilbert Rohde and Donald Deskey as well as examples of American Arts & Crafts up through...
Reyne Haines, a national media fixture in her role as an expert appraiser in 20th Century Decorative Arts—including on PBS’s popular, long-running series Antiques Roadshow—has launched a blog for antiques and collectibles enthusiasts at www.ThreeOrMore.net.