Clara Driscoll, the nearly invisible design force behind many of Tiffany Studio's finest stained-glass lamps, overcame staggering obstacles to illuminate the artistic talents of women hidden in the shadows of early 20th-century America.
A 7 1/2-inch tall Russian vase, which was cataloged with a $600 to $900 estimate, didn’t end its auction until it hit $141,450 – 157 times its high estimate.
Two rediscovered marble busts by the 18th century French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon sold for a combined $1.475 million at the Fine Art & Antiques Auction held March 23 by Cottone Auctions.
Heritage Auctions will make its expansive offerings of fine & decorative art more accessible than ever before when the firm launches monthly Fine Art auctions in the summer of 2019.
One Ruby Lane shop I come back to time and again is Allie's Antiques. The seldom-found items are usually in excellent condition and give me a serious case of "the wants."
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.
During a recent appraisal trip, Dr. Anthony Cavo had the pleasure to identify and appraise a Tiffany Studios Leaded Glass Tulip Lamp Shade.
Scandinavian design came of age, however, in mid-century after World War II, when millions of veterans began building families and fanning out to suburbia.
Andrew Jones Auctions’ Oct. 21 and Nov. 18 auctions offered fine art and design, as well as luxe decor and unique finds, enticing bidders to action.