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Since 1963, Antiques and The Arts Weekly has been the nation’s leading weekly publication on the Antiques and Arts trade, available both in print and online.

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  • First Print Charizard Fire Punches Heritage’s Trading Card Auction
    by Jackie Doerwald on 30/09/2022 at 1:50 pm

    DALLAS — A Pokémon Charizard 006 Japanese Base Set PSA Trading Card Game GEM MT 10 (The Pokémon Company, 1996) Rare, No Rarity Symbol, Holo drew 40 bids before it sold for $264,000 to lead Heritage Auctions’ Trading Card Games Signature® Auction on September 23-24. […]

  • Tiffany Studios ‘Poppy’ Table Lamp Sells For $93,750 At Fontaine’s
    by Jackie Doerwald on 30/09/2022 at 1:48 pm

    PITTSFIELD, MASS. — It was no surprise that a Tiffany lamp would be the star of Fontaine’s September 24-25 sale. The only question was which one it would be. The answer was a Poppy pattern table lamp with a boldly colored shade on a bronze base, both of which were marked “Tiffany […]

  • Old Coins Bulk Up Results For Carlsen Gallery Auction
    by Jackie Doerwald on 30/09/2022 at 1:44 pm

    FREEHOLD, N.Y. – The term “old money” usually refers to the inherited wealth of established upper-class families or lineage possessing inherited wealth. Carlsen’s anniversary auction on September 18, which marked the firm’s 31-year milestone at its current location and […]

  • Q&A: Jim Bollman
    by Jackie Doerwald on 30/09/2022 at 1:42 pm

    Comedian Steve Martin jokes that the difference between a guitar and a banjo is that the guitar helps you get the girl (actually, the joke is quite a bit saltier than that). There are, though, many differences separating the two acoustic instruments, and perhaps there is no one better to assess […]

  • Heritage Serves Rare Ming Dynasty Dish
    by Jackie Doerwald on 29/09/2022 at 2:05 pm

    DALLAS — Heritage Auctions rang in Asia Week with its Fine & Decorative Asian Art Signature Auction on September 20-21, featuring more than 400 lots, many from the collection of Dr Cornelius and Mrs Soo Sui-ling Osgood. Each of the lots sold, amounting to a $1,477,616 total. The star of […]

  • Swaminathan Painting Flies Home
    by Jackie Doerwald on 29/09/2022 at 2:02 pm

    ROCKVILLE, MD. — Weschler’s Capital Collections Auction took place on September 16, offering 236 lots of fine art, jewelry and decorative arts. The top sale was far and away an untitled painting by Jagdish Swaminathan (Indian, 1928-1994), part of his “Mountain and Bird” […]

  • Potts Family Secretary Tops Sotheby’s McCallister Sale
    by Jackie Doerwald on 29/09/2022 at 1:59 pm

    NEW YORK CITY — Leading the auction of works of American furniture, decorative arts and associated antiques from the Collection of Dr Larry McCallister, which Sotheby’s conducted on September 22, was the Potts Family Chippendale desk and bookcase, made in Philadelphia, circa 1770. It […]

  • Judy Kensley McKie’s ‘Grizzly Bear’ Bench Leads At Rago’s Modern Design Sale
    by Jackie Doerwald on 29/09/2022 at 1:53 pm

    LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. — It was time to bring out modern design at Rago Art & Auction Center on September 23 with a sale featuring American and European furnishings, decorative arts, studio ceramics and contemporary glass by leading makers of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries. A Judy […]

  • Swaminathan Painting Flies Home
    by Jackie Doerwald on 28/09/2022 at 3:48 pm

    ROCKVILLE, MD. — Weschler’s Capital Collections Auction took place on September 16, offering 236 lots of fine art, jewelry and decorative arts. The top sale was far and away an untitled painting by Jagdish Swaminathan (Indian, 1928-1994), part of his “Mountain and Bird” […]

  • October 7, 2022
    by Jackie Doerwald on 28/09/2022 at 2:57 pm

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