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WHITE EARTHENWARE TWO-HANDLED VASE BY PABLO PICASSO FROM 1952, DONE IN PICASSO’S INIMITABLE STYLE, REACHES $37,200 AT WEISS AUCTIONS

WHITE EARTHENWARE TWO-HANDLED VASE BY PABLO PICASSO FROM 1952, DONE IN PICASSO’S INIMITABLE STYLE, REACHES $37,200 AT WEISS AUCTIONS

| February 10, 2017

The auction was held January 29th in the firm’s gallery at 74 Merrick Road in Lynbrook, N.Y. LYNBROOK, N.Y. – A white earthenware two-handled vase by Pablo Picasso, executed in 1952 as one in an edition of 400, sold for $37,200 at an auction held Jan. 29 by Weiss Auctions, online and in the firm’s […]

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INTERNET-ONLY SALE FEATURING NEARLY 200 PRINTS AND DRAWINGS BY OLD AND MODERN MASTERS WILL BE HELD FEB. 22nd BY THE WOODSHED GALLERY

INTERNET-ONLY SALE FEATURING NEARLY 200 PRINTS AND DRAWINGS BY OLD AND MODERN MASTERS WILL BE HELD FEB. 22nd BY THE WOODSHED GALLERY

| February 9, 2017

Works by Chagall, Dali, Haring, Warhol, Man Ray, Cocteau, Leger, many others to be featured. FRANKLIN, Mass. – A pair of sanguine drawings on white paper by the renowned Russian-born French artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985), two signed lithographs by the equally famous Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali (1904-1989), and other original drawings by notables like Keith […]

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LIFETIME MUSICAL INSTRUMENT COLLECTION OF LAWRENCE DAVID CLARK WILL BE AUCTIONED SATURDAY, FEB. 25th BY BRUNEAU & CO. AUCTIONEERS

LIFETIME MUSICAL INSTRUMENT COLLECTION OF LAWRENCE DAVID CLARK WILL BE AUCTIONED SATURDAY, FEB. 25th BY BRUNEAU & CO. AUCTIONEERS

| February 8, 2017

The afternoon, 275-lot event will be held in the firm’s gallery at 63 Fourth Ave. in Cranston, R.I. CRANSTON, R.I. – The lifetime musical instrument collection of Lawrence David Clark, Jr., Esq. – an assemblage brimming with names like Gibson, Martin, Hofner, Henri Selmer, C.G. Conn, Sho-Bud and more – will be sold at auction […]

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Artemis Feb. 9 Ancient Antiquities, Asian & Ethnographic Auction Strong on Provenance and Variety

Artemis Feb. 9 Ancient Antiquities, Asian & Ethnographic Auction Strong on Provenance and Variety

| February 7, 2017

BOULDER, CO – Artemis Gallery’s Thursday, February 9th Varity Auction lives up to its name and then some, with hundreds of fine-quality pieces to suit all tastes and budgets. From relics of early Middle Eastern civilizations through to the Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods of the Americas’ rich history, there are many wonderful “gems” to […]

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ONLINE-ONLY WINTER ASIAN AUCTION FEATURING 400 LOTS OF CHINESE AND OTHER ASIAN ANTIQUES WILL BE HELD FEBRUARY 17 BY CONVERSE AUCTIONS

ONLINE-ONLY WINTER ASIAN AUCTION FEATURING 400 LOTS OF CHINESE AND OTHER ASIAN ANTIQUES WILL BE HELD FEBRUARY 17 BY CONVERSE AUCTIONS

| February 4, 2017

Previews will be held Feb. 15 & 16 in the firm’s gallery at 57 Lancaster Avenue in Malvern, Pa. MALVERN, Pa. – An online-only Winter Asian Auction featuring 400 lots of fine Chinese and Asian items, to include carvings in jade and other hard stones; Chinese, Japanese and Korean porcelain; bronze Buddhas and more will […]

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MID-CENTURY MODERN PIECES WILL TAKE CENTER STAGE ALONGSIDE FINE ART, POTTERY AND MORE AT JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS’ FEB. 19th AUCTION

MID-CENTURY MODERN PIECES WILL TAKE CENTER STAGE ALONGSIDE FINE ART, POTTERY AND MORE AT JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS’ FEB. 19th AUCTION

| February 4, 2017

The sale will be held in the company’s gallery, at 76 Main Street in Amesbury, Massachusetts. AMESBURY, Mass. – An auction largely dedicated to Mid-Century Modern pieces but also to include furniture and furnishings from the Art Deco period, fine paintings, pottery and decorative accessories – more than 500 lots in all – will be […]

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Under the Deep Blue Sea: Unearthing History with the ‘Nanking Cargo’

Under the Deep Blue Sea: Unearthing History with the ‘Nanking Cargo’

| February 4, 2017

ATLANTA, Ga. – When the Geldermalsen ship crashed into a reef and sank in the South China Sea during its return journey to the Netherlands in January of 1752, it claimed the lives of eighty crew members who went down with the vessel’s precious cargo of tea, textiles, gold, silk, lacquer, and porcelain. As part […]

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