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Category: Fine China and Tableware

  • Auction Industry

    The State of the Decorative Arts Market With David Rago

    David Rago, President of Rago Arts and Auction. Photo courtesy of the auction house. The world of fine decorative arts - items appreciated for their beauty, collectability, and function - includes century-spanning furniture, ceramics, crystal, glassware, lamps and lighting, and tableware, among others. Auction Daily spoke with David Rago, President…

    The State of the Decorative Arts Market With David Rago2
  • Auction Result, Press Release

    Holabird Western Americana Collections Kicks Off The New Year In Style With A 5-day, 3,800-lot Sweetheart Express Auction, Feb. 11th-15th

    The auction, held online and in the Reno, Nevada gallery, was a record-breaker for a multiple consignor Americana sale. It enjoyed a nearly 90 percent sell-through average per auction day. 1862 Lincoln silver Peace Medal, 62.5 mm, About Uncirculated, the only Presidential peace medal issued in a year other than…

    Holabird Western Americana Collections Kicks Off The New Year In Style With A 5-day, 3,800-lot Sweetheart Express Auction, Feb. 11th-15th
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Rivich to host Feb. 21 midcentury and postmodern design auction from Chicago’s hippest tearoom, Madame Zuzu’s, with online feed via LiveAuctioneers

    At Madame Zuzu’s Emporium, fans of vintage design will be treated to an artsy, outside-the-box auction experience “steeped” in whimsy and aromatic brews Signed Joseph Burlini (American, b. 1937-) kinetic rainbow sculpture, 55 x 16 x 20in when swinging; base measures 9in square. Estimate $1,000-$2,000 CHICAGO – Auctions have always…

    Rivich to host Feb. 21 midcentury and postmodern design auction from Chicagos hippest tearoom, Madame Zuzus, with online feed via LiveAuctioneers
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Collectors Auction at Lion and Unicorn

    Lion & Unicorn’s upcoming February two-day sale will feature a wide selection of Lladró, Royal Doulton, Contemporary and Antique Fine Art, Sculptures, Silver, and many collectibles from two Large Florida Estates. Most bids starting at $10. Worldwide, Economical in house shipping available. Visit online to view thousands of photos, videos,…

    Collectors Auction at Lion and Unicorn3
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Akiba Antiques Will Offer Spring Fine Arts Auction in March

    Akiba Antiques will welcome spring with a fine arts auction on March 2nd, 2021. Collectors can find over 650 lots in the auction catalog, including paintings, decorative art, Asian art, and silver items. Live bidding will start at 12:00 PM EST on LiveAuctioneers.  Damien Hirst (British, b.1965) Original Spin Painting…

    Akiba Antiques Will Offer Spring Fine Arts Auction in March3
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Items Hand-selected From Three Major Southeastern Estates Will Come Up For Bid At Stevens Auction Company On Saturday, Feb. 27th

    The auction will be held online and live at the gallery in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Many of the outstanding items that will come up for bid have been in the same families for over 140 years. Stunning circa 1890 11-piece mahogany R.J. Horner dining suite with cupids, an exact match suite…

    Items Hand-selected From Three Major Southeastern Estates Will Come Up For Bid At Stevens Auction Company On Saturday, Feb. 20th
  • Dealers

    Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles February 2021 Newsletter Now Available

    Kovels’ February newsletter features railroad collectibles, mechanical banks, Fausto Melotti ceramics and paperweights, all with photos and prices. Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles February 2021 Newsletter CLEVELAND, OHIO, US, February 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- It was “All Aboard!” at the Indiana auction of railroad collectibles that’s featured in a sale…

    Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles February 2021 Newsletter Now Available
  • Auction Preview

    Akiba Antiques Presents Franklin Mint Commemorative Bowl With Jewelry & Decorative Art

    Akiba Antiques’ upcoming auction, held near the end of January, will highlight a Franklin Mint Sterling silver punch bowl celebrating the United States’ bicentennial. The bowl, issued in 1976, has a 24-karat gold lining and weighs 5490 grams. Its sculpted vignettes from American history make this piece stand out. They…

    Franklin Mint Sterling Silver Bicentennial Bowl
  • Auction Preview

    Work by John Neagle Offered at Bonhams

    John Neagle’s fascination with portraiture led him to become a self-taught artist at a young age. He started his career as an oil painter in 1815, working on sketches that he sold for five dollars each. Neagle’s work often used iconography to portray his subject’s profession or important experiences. Throughout…

    JOHN NEAGLE
  • Auction Preview

    American Fine Art & Percossi Papi Brooches Come to Auction

    Diamond and gemstone jewelry items from Percossi Papi will be available in Kodner Galleries’ upcoming auction. Percossi Papi is known for its maximalist style, which the Italian brand describes as what “Lucrezia Borgia might wear if she were alive and kicking.” This sale will include two gemstone and enamel brooches…

    Percossi Papi Gemstone and Enamel Brooch
  • Auction Preview

    19th-Century Paintings and Decorative Arts Available From Doyle

    A 19th-century painting by Thomas Luny highlights Doyle's English & Continental Furniture, Silver & Decorative Arts auction. Luny was known for his depictions of seafaring and naval battles. His first studio was in the same building as the East India Company, whose officers often commissioned work. The available painting shows…

    Thomas Luny
  • Auction Industry

    RMS Carpathia Auction Offers Salvaged Objects From Titanic’s Rescuer

    Around 12:20 AM on April 15th, 1912, the RMS Titanic sent out a fateful distress call. The ship had just made contact with an iceberg during its maiden voyage. By the time the nearby RMS Carpathia received the message, the disaster had already begun. However, the Carpathia still arrived in…

    RMS Carpathia Auction Offers Salvaged Objects From Titanics Rescuer1
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Art And Objects From The Estate Of Jack Warner, Plus Items From The Rms Carpathia, Will Headline Ahlers & Ogletree’s Jan. 15th-17th Auction

    The auction will be conducted in Ahlers & Ogletree’s spacious Atlanta showroom. Start times all three days are 10 am Eastern time. Internet bidding is available thru www.AandOAuctions.com. Oil on canvas painting by Hudson School artist Jasper F. Cropsey (N.Y., 1823-1900), titled A Roadside in England, (1879), 14 inches by…

    Art And Objects From The Estate Of Jack Warner, Plus Items From The Rms Carpathia, Will Headline Ahlers & Ogletrees Jan. 15th-17th Auction
  • Auction Industry

    “The Last Car to Safely Transport President Kennedy” Comes to Auction

    The 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy left an indelible mark on American culture and history. Within days of his death, his assassin was dead, the United States had a new president, and the conspiracy theories had begun. A relic from the morning of Kennedy’s death highlights Bonhams’ upcoming…

    The Last Car to Safely Transport President Kennedy Comes to Auction1
  • Auction Industry

    Artcurial to offer over 1500 items from the Roméo Collection

    The Roméo brand is above all a taste in decor, the decorative arts and crafts. PARIS.- Who has not stopped in surprise and envy to study these lavish window displays, a magical array of Macassar ebony, Ceylan lemon tree wood, myrtle, shagreen, Carrara marble, black granite from Syene and precious silks……

    Artcurial to offer over 1500 items from the Roméo Collection
  • Auction Preview

    American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts: Session II

    1981 represents an important period in the career of Helen LaFrance, an often-overlooked African American painter of the late 20th century. Her work shows the influence of the disappearing lifestyle and culture of the rural American South. Beyond themes of rural life, she paints many religious concepts and floral studies…

    A Clews Transferware Plate, Landing of Gen. Lafayette
  • Auction Preview

    Clearance - Ancient, Pre-Columbian, Ethno Art

    Under a powerful spell, Hercules killed his wife and children. Upon realizing, he was filled with guilt and went to the Oracle at Delphi and asked for her help. The oracle commanded Hercules to visit and serve his cousin, King Eurystheus, who would give him 12 tasks that Hercules must…

    Etruscan Bucchero Amphora w/ Animals, ex-Christie's
  • Auction Preview

    American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts: Session 1

    Born in Kentucky, Matthew Harris Jouett was a portrait painter active between 1800 and 1825. In his lifetime, Jouett painted many portraits of prominent Kentuckian figures, including the likes of Governor Isaac Shelby and Senator John Brown. One of the leading lots in the upcoming American Furniture, Folk, and Decorative…

    A Zanesville Pattern Molded Masonic Eagle Flask
  • Auction Preview

    September 2020 Sale

    Born into a celebrated sculptor family, French artist Louis Auguste Moreau was best known for his bronze sculptures executed in the Art Nouveau style. Moreau’s works often depicted historical figures, children, women, and cherubs adorned with floral motifs and ornaments. A bronze sculpture from Moreau is highlighted in the upcoming…

    A Large Chinese Canton Porcelain Vase
  • Auction Preview

    Charms of Art

    Featured in the upcoming Charms of Art auction, presented by Finarte, are works from Giovanni “Gio” Ponti. An architect, industrial designer, artist, teacher, writer, and publisher, Ponti was an advocate of Italian-style art and living. He contributed to the rise of Italian design after World War II. One available example…

    George Peter Alexander Healy (Boston 1808-Chicago 1894) - Portrait of little girl