Antique Lamps & Lighting
Tiffany Lamps Highlight Fontaine's Arts Auction
The January 29 sale features ninety lots of Tiffany lighting and other items and also includes silver, American and European furniture, leaded-glass windows, art glass, fine art, Asian art and antiques, and jewelry.
Breaking Through a Stained-Glass Ceiling
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.
Russian vase commands more than 150 times estimate
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.
Fine art auction sees marble busts soar to $1.475M
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 launches monthly online decorative arts auction
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.
Ruby Lane: Find your conversation starters at Allie's Antiques
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."
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.
Antiques Appraisals: Tiffany lamp shade valued at $25,000
During a recent appraisal trip, Dr. Anthony Cavo had the pleasure to identify and appraise a Tiffany Studios Leaded Glass Tulip Lamp Shade.
Clean lines of Scandinavian design fit modern lifestyle
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.