FABULOUS TIFFANY STUDIOS LEADED GLASS BRONZE FLOOR LAMP LIGHTS UP THE ROOM FOR $135,600 AT PHILIP WEISS AUCTIONS; SALE WAS HELD SEPT. 24-26 (OCEANSIDE, N.Y.) – A Tiffany Studios leaded glass bronze floor lamp lit up the room for $135,600 at a three-day multi-estate sale held Sept. 24-26 by Philip Weiss Auctions. It was the … Read moreTiffany Lamp sells for $135,600 at Auction
Presidential items, to include a bench handmade by Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan’s College yearbook, to be sold November 6 – 7 by Red Baron in Atlanta; Auction could be red Baron’s biggest sale ever. Other items include a signed acoustic guitar played by Jimi Hendrix when he backed up The Monkees in 1967, and … Read moreAutographed Jimi Hendrix Guitar part of Red Baron Auction in November
What’s in the Attic? by Linda Hamer Kennett (reprinted with permission) With a body modeled after May West and an attitude to rival Madonna’s, she has evolved into a cult figure with thousands of fans world wide. Although only a cartoon character, her obvious sensuality and her “I can do anything a man can do” … Read moreBetty Boop – BOOP-OOP-A-DOOP!
Christie’s Plans Cuts as Art Auctions Slow NYTimes.com By JULIA WERDIGIER Published: January 12, 2009 “LONDON – When works by the British artist Damien Hirst sold for a record $127 million on the same day in September that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, it seemed the art market might escape the economic crisis. But … Read moreArt Market Hit by Economic Crisis
Saxon relic worth up to 15,000 pounds BBC NEWS | UK | England | South Yorkshire 17 September 2008 “A rare Saxon artifact found by a metal detector enthusiast from South Yorkshire is expected to fetch up to 15,000 pounds (US $27,300) at auction. Tim Pearson thought the 9th Century gold pointer was a milk … Read moreRare Saxon Relic