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Damien Hirst’s Natural History Series: Will it Pass the Test of Time? (1/22/13)
The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone LivingAfter a recent WorthPoint article about collecting deteriorating pieces of royal wedding cakes, including a 172-year-old morsel from Queen Victoria’s … More >>


Historical Bust, Frieze Showcase Upcoming Sotheby’s Old Masters Auction (1/17/13)
Comte de GuibertNEW YORK — A host of important sculpture pieces are set for sale in February, including a marble bust of … More >>


Swing High, Sweet Chariot: A Fantastic Sale at the Miami Beach Antiques Show (2/22/12)
chariot 1I recently had the honor of working with WorthPoint as one of the vettors for the Original Miami Beach Antique … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Art Deco ‘Fayral’ Figurine (10/4/11)
fayral22Anne P. has an interesting figurine that she bought at a silent auction fundraiser last month. She bid on it … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: After J. Willis Good Bronze Figure (9/6/11)
fter the race-goodMelanie R. inherited this bronze figurine some years ago from her aunt, who collected horse racing memorabilia for years. Melanie … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Bronzi Oni Statue (3/21/11)
oni1Sam L. bought this bronze figure at an antique store about five years ago. He found it so ugly he … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: ‘Piegan Squaw’ Bust (6/15/10)
Piegan Squaw” by Charles Marion Russell.  Harris J. had what he believed to be a sculpture by a named American artist—if he was to believe a … More >>


Take Steps Now to Prevent Winter Damage to Outdoor Art (8/5/09)
Winter weather can play havoc on your outdoor statuary. This 19th century plaster cast of a copy of the statue of David is showing sings of weathering. Now, before the leaves start falling, is the time to prepare your outdoor art for the winter.People love their gardens, and that includes many wonderful old statues and other ornaments made of stone and metal. But … More >>


Christie’s offering extra extraordinary art (1/26/09)
MassysChristie’s, the venerable auction house founded in 1766, is hosting sales of extraordinary art this week. The first, “The Scholar’s Eye: … More >>


Auction Report: Dallas Auction Gallery (1/11/09)
Korean Koryo Dynasty vaseLocated in the most dynamic market in the Southwest, Dallas Auction Gallery holds regular auctions in a professional-viewing gallery and … More >>


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