Archive for March, 2017

AN EARLY PATTERN MOLDED COVERED SUGAR BOWL AND A POCKET BOTTLE, BOTH MADE BY STIEGEL BETWEEN 1763 AND 1774, COMBINE FOR NEARLY $20,000

AN EARLY PATTERN MOLDED COVERED SUGAR BOWL AND A POCKET BOTTLE, BOTH MADE BY STIEGEL BETWEEN 1763 AND 1774, COMBINE FOR NEARLY $20,000

. March 30, 2017

They were two top lots at Norman C. Heckler’s Premier Auction #146 that ended March 15th. WOODSTOCK, Conn. – A pattern molded covered sugar bowl and an early pattern molded pocket bottle, both manufactured by Stiegel’s American Flint Glass Manufactory in Manheim, Pennsylvania sometime between 1763 and 1774, combined to sell for nearly $20,000 in […]

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MONUMENTAL CLASSICAL PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO CHINESE ARTIST QUI YING (1494-1552) SOARS TO $112,500 AT AHLERS & OGLETREE’S MARCH 25-26 AUCTION

MONUMENTAL CLASSICAL PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO CHINESE ARTIST QUI YING (1494-1552) SOARS TO $112,500 AT AHLERS & OGLETREE’S MARCH 25-26 AUCTION

. March 29, 2017

The Spring Salon Auction was held at Ahlers & Ogletree’s showroom located in Atlanta, Georgia ATLANTA, Ga. – Asian lots took center stage at Ahlers & Ogletree’s March 25-26 Spring Salon Auction, as a monumental classical painting attributed to Ming painter Qiu Ying (Chinese, 1494-1552) soared to $112,500, and a pair of Chinese huanghuali hardwood […]

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AN ANDY WARHOL SCREENPRINT OF GRETA GARBO AS MATA HARI SOARS TO $52,000 AT BRUNEAU & CO. AUCTIONEERS’ TWO-SESSION AUCTION, MARCH 25th

AN ANDY WARHOL SCREENPRINT OF GRETA GARBO AS MATA HARI SOARS TO $52,000 AT BRUNEAU & CO. AUCTIONEERS’ TWO-SESSION AUCTION, MARCH 25th

. March 29, 2017

The all-day event was held in the firm’s gallery, located at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston, R.I. CRANSTON, R.I. – A screenprint in color, accented with diamond dust of screen legend Greta Garbo as Mata Hari by Andy Warhol, titled The Star and from Warhol’s “Myths” portfolio, sold for $52,000 at a two-session Spring Antiques […]

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Elvis Presley’s Revolvers Up For Auction

Elvis Presley’s Revolvers Up For Auction

. March 20, 2017

ROCK ISLAND, Ill – Two of Elvis Presley’s lavish revolvers will be available in a May firearms auction hosted by Rock Island Auction Company. They are accompanied by several items personally owned by the legendary performer such as a diamond and ruby studded Shelby County sheriff’s badge, the Elvis-signed contract to purchase Graceland, and numerous […]

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Artemis Gallery to Auction Important Museum-Exhibited Russian Icons & Religious Art, March 23

Artemis Gallery to Auction Important Museum-Exhibited Russian Icons & Religious Art, March 23

. March 20, 2017

BOULDER, CO – The 2003-4 “Windows Into Heaven” exhibition held at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, N.C., celebrated a period that was the zenith of Russian art’s long and illustrious history. The stellar exhibition that drew international media attention featured 18th- and 19th-century Russian icons on loan from the Lilly and Francis Robicsek […]

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HISTORICAL RARITIES, FOLK ART, SILVER, ASIAN AND FINE ART WILL HEADLINE JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS’ MAJOR THREE-DAY AUCTION, MARCH 24th thru 26th

HISTORICAL RARITIES, FOLK ART, SILVER, ASIAN AND FINE ART WILL HEADLINE JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS’ MAJOR THREE-DAY AUCTION, MARCH 24th thru 26th

. March 18, 2017

The auction will be held by John McInnis Auctioneers, in Amesbury, Massachusetts, and online. AMESBURY, Mass. – An important Revolutionary War sword and scabbard made by John Bailey and descended in the family of patriot Francis Dana (1743-1811), a pair of circa 1820 floor globes by Cary of London, each standing 39 inches tall, and […]

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A DRAWING BY VAN GOGH AND WORKS BY LEGER, GOTTLIEB AND BASQUIAT WILL HEADLINE THE WOODSHED GALLERY’S ONLINE-ONLY AUCTION MARCH 29

A DRAWING BY VAN GOGH AND WORKS BY LEGER, GOTTLIEB AND BASQUIAT WILL HEADLINE THE WOODSHED GALLERY’S ONLINE-ONLY AUCTION MARCH 29

. March 17, 2017

Also in the sale will be works by Picasso, Warhol, Man Ray, Dr. Seuss, Lichtenstein and others. FRANKLIN, Mass. – An original ink drawing by Vincent van Gogh, an untitled 1967 gouache study by Adolph Gottlieb, a work by Fernand Leger titled Composition with Three Women and a paint and ink on cardboard attributed to […]

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