05 Mar 2015

 
  

March 4, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — David

Henry Sandon recently spent a day at the Museum of Royal Worcester to provide estimates of porcelain items that were brought along by members of the public.

The antiques expert, who often appears on (more…)

February 28, 2015 - Filed under: Auctions — Harriet

A collection of Asian art and antiques belonging to Robert Hatfield Ellsworth will be auctioned in March during a five-day sale.

Ellsworth, who died in August of 2014, was a respected expert in (more…)

February 27, 2015 - Filed under: Auctions — Richard

A boxing glove and drawings belonging to Reggie Kray were among the items to be auctioned recently in Cirencester.

The glove was given to Kray by the legendary undefeated boxing champion (more…)

February 26, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — David

While a couple’s big day can be quite an expensive affair, a bride and groom from Arizona did not have to worry after discovering a valuable antique.

Zach Norris was looking around a Goodwill store in the US for a golfing trolley. While there, he (more…)

February 25, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — Mark

Salem Museum in Virginia is to host an auction and evaluation event to celebrate everyday treasures.

John Long, the director of the institution, believes that every antique has (more…)

February 24, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — Richard

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Tennessee, has recently opened a new display that provides a rare view of life as a member of the European aristocracy.

The exhibition “Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House” opened in (more…)

February 23, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — Harriet

Auctioneer David Lay got more than he bargained for during a regular house clearance, when he discovered a bronze figurine of a cat.

The metal feline turned out to be from ancient Egypt and is believed to have once been (more…)

February 21, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques News — David

A ring that previously belonged to a Welsh giant will be up for sale at an upcoming antiques event.

George Auger was born to average-sized parents in 1882 in Cardiff and (more…)

February 20, 2015 - Filed under: Antiques on TV — Mark

The American owner of two rare Tlingit masks was left astounded after an appraiser on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow gave an estimate of their value.

The Alaskan masks were presented to expert Ted Trotta during filming of (more…)

February 19, 2015 - Filed under: Auctions — Harriet

An auction of artwork in London was recently hailed a complete success, thanks to five pieces by Claude Monet.

The Sotheby’s event sold around 85% of the total number of artworks, with (more…)

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