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Auction Report: Meissen Urns Take Top Lot at Cottone Fall Fine Art Sale (10/25/13)
Meissen urnsGENESEO, N.Y. — A spectacular pair of antique Meissen armorial covered urns sailed past their pre-sale high estimate of $15,000 … More >>


Banksy Guerilla Art Stunt offers Canvases worth Hundreds of Thousands for $60 Each (10/15/13)
banksy 6One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. But what about one man’s graffiti? Bankys, the anonymous British street artists whose spray … More >>


East Meets West Sale Includes Art of Three Continents (10/1/13)
French timepieceMALVERN, Pa. — Asian objects, including Chinese furniture, fine arts and porcelains, will be sold alongside items from the Western … More >>


Medley of Advertising Collectibles to Cross Block in October (10/1/13)
Campbells SoupsANN ARBOR, Mich. — The lifetime collection of advertising collectors Don and Diane Sayrizi and consignments from more than 100 … More >>


Influential Lalique Glass Cactus Table to Highlight Upcoming Gallery 95 Auction (9/9/13)
Lalique tableHARDEEVILLE, S.C. – Fine furniture from the 19th and 20th centuries—including a fabulous and influential Lalique glass cactus table, signed … More >>


Christie’s Kicks Off Fall Season with Diverse September Calendar of E-Commerce Sales (9/9/13)
wine septNEW YORK – Christie’s is pleased to announce its exciting line-up of featured e-commerce sales taking place this September. These … More >>


Weiss Sports & Comics Auction to Feature Complete Goudey 1934 Baseball Card Set (9/9/13)
Goudey cardsLYNBROOK, N.Y. – A complete set of Goudey baseball cards from 1934, an original 1920s hand-colored Judge Magazine page by … More >>


Auction Report: Prudent Mallard Rosewood Half-Tester Bed Gavels for $25,000 (9/9/13)
BedATLANTA – A magnificent Victorian rosewood half tester bed, attributed to the renowned 19th-century American furniture maker Prudent Mallard, sold … More >>


The Auction that Launched the Antiques Trade (9/3/13)
BlenheimPalaceThe antiques business began in July, 1886. At least, that’s the claim made by author Jonathan Gash in his book “Paid … More >>


Footsteps of Buddha: Sotheby’s to offer Items from Exhibition of Buddhist Art (8/29/13)
Grey Schist Standing BodhisattvaNEW YORK – Coinciding with the auctions and events of Asia Week in September, Sotheby’s is presenting Footsteps of the … More >>


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