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https://www.skinnerinc.com | 508-970-3000
274 Cedar Hill Street, Marlborough, Massachusetts 01752

Founded over four decades ago, Skinner offers more than 60 auctions annually. Skinner auctions reach an international audience and showcase the unique, rare, and beautiful in dozens of categories, including the fine and decorative arts, jewelry, modern design, musical instruments, science and technology, wine, and many others

    

    • Skinner - May 20, 2020

      Join us for First Tuesday online! Tuesday, June 2 | 1:30PM – 4PM Evaluation Day: Find out the value of your objects from your home! While we cannot invite you to join us in our Marlborough Galleries on June 2, we are here to help. All of our Skinner specialists from all departments will be on hand from 1:30PM – 4PM to evalua...

    • Skinner - May 15, 2020

      Since we’re doing more armchair traveling than actually getting on a plane these days, the Fine Wine & Rare Spirits department has compiled a list of our favorite reads that speak of drinks (of course) but also that encapsulate the world of our favorite subject—tying together all the elements that make it so diverse: travel, histo...

    • Skinner - May 8, 2020

      Robin Starr introduces a selection of highlights from the upcoming May 31 Fine Paintings & Sculpture auction This auction covers a broad range of Western styles, media, and regions from the 16th century to the present day including paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. Star lots include a dramatic escape from wolves by Alfred von ...

    • Skinner - May 7, 2020

      Fire buckets have been popular with collectors and owners of period homes for a long time. They represent a time long before most towns had established and well-equipped fire departments ready to respond at a moment’s notice to a house or shop fire, when people relied on their neighbors to come to their aid. The risk for catastrophe from fire was...

    • Skinner - May 4, 2020

      Tornek-Rayville TR-900 Dive Watch, serial number 0270 As a teenager in the 1980s, wristwatches, especially Swatches, were what got me and a lot of my friends into wearing timepieces. I recall owning Swatches, Seikos, and a few Victorinox “tool” watches. I remember receiving a small diameter, 34mm I think, white or ivory dial Seiko with simple s...

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