Georg Jensen jewelry captivates bidders at Rago Arts
Various pieces of early and seldom-seen jewelry by master jewelry designer Georg Jensen changed hands at auction June 9-11, through Rago Arts & Auction Center.
Georgian Period Jewelry: The Elusive and Inclusive Era
Jewelry's role in history can be undervalued. Antique Trader contributor Dr. Anthony J. Cavo teams up with Nancy Schuring, of Devon Fine Jewelry, to examine the sustainability of Georgian period jewelry.
Antique Hatpins: Stylish self-protection
It’s not everyday a woman’s fashion accessory gets to pull double duty as a weapon, but according to advertisements in noted magazines such as Harpers Weekly, from the late 1890s to about 1920 that’s exactly how some manufacturers advertised their hatpins.
Eclectic collections slated to sell April 26-27
The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Spring Antiques, Fine & Decorative Arts Auction contains a wide selection of material and will include everything from fine art and rare timepieces to miniature lighting and estate jewelry.
SOLD! Fine, decorative arts at New Year's Day Auction
Nadeau's Auction Gallery's annual New Year's Day fine and decorative arts auction broke seven figures when it achieved more than $2.35 million in sales.
Vase from 1893 Chicago World’s Fair soars to $135,000
A monumental 8-foot Japanese cloisonné vase created by Japan for the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair was auctioned for $135,000 by Clars Auction Gallery in February 2019.
Foujita ‘Staring cat’ drawing, circa 1930, may climb to $4,000
Andrew Jones Auctions will hold its Design for the Home and Garden auction featuring fine art, furnishings, accessories and fine jewelry on Sunday, Nov. 18.
Collectible Investments: What wealthy collectors want
There has been an explosion in the value of toys for grown ups: classic cars, watches, jewelry. All this inessential stuff that those with huge wallets are collecting and investing in.