BOSTON, Mass. – January 29, 2015 –Skinner, Inc. presents a rare opportunity to own a piece of The Carl and Ruth Barron Collection of American & European Glass, during an online-only auction taking place February 10th through February 18th. Featuring over 200 lots of American and European glass in a variety of styles by important manufacturers such as Gundersen-Pairpoint Glassworks and the Mt.… Read More
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BOSTON, MA – December 19, 2014 – Skinner kicks off the new year with a robust auction of European Furniture & Decorative Arts on January 10th in Boston. From several important private collections, including the Stillwell Collection of Doulton, Part II, in addition to a wonderful selection of Fine Silver, more Fine Ceramics, furniture, paintings, glass and sculpture, discover an array of treasures to add to a collection or enhance your space.… Read More
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Reserve an appointment with Skinner appraiser Stuart Slavid, Vice President and Director of European Furniture & Decorative Arts, Fine Silver, and Fine Ceramics.
Fine Silver: American, English, Danish, Continental, and Asian silver including hollowware, flatware, tableware and ornamental wares
Decorative Arts: Fine American & European ceramics, textiles, glass and lighting
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Are you a yacht enthusiast, braving the ocean waves to spend time sailing or racing? Or perhaps you follow America’s Cup, the prestigious yacht race named after the schooner America, the first winner of the race in 1851. Yachts and yacht clubs have undeniably shaped seaside culture, and silver trophies such as the ones pictured here represent the best of the best in yachting history.
In the 18th and early 19th century, yacht clubs were established in European countries such as Russia, Ireland and Sweden.… Read More
BOSTON, MA – September 23, 2014 – Skinner, Inc. announces its October 11th auction of European Furniture & Decorative Arts, showcasing over 700 lots, many hailing from exceptional private collections, including a West Coast collection of silver yachting trophies; a New York City collection featuring French furniture and silver; Part I of the Stillwell Collection of Doulton, and more.… Read More
BOSTON, MA – June 30, 2014 – Skinner, Inc. is pleased to announce its July 19th auction of European Furniture & Decorative Arts, featuring a diverse selection of treasures, including private collections of 19th century marble sculpture and ornamental table clocks, a robust offering of American and European furniture from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, fine silver, and fine ceramics by Meissen, Wedgwood, Royal Worcester and more.… Read More
I’ve written about Wedgwood and the fluctuating antiques market in the past, and I am happy to say that in today’s market, where so many categories of collectible ceramics have softened, Wedgwood is still thriving. However, the market has changed significantly due to shifting tastes and a changing audience.
The 59th Wedgwood International Seminar (WIS) took place this past weekend in Alexandria, Virginia. The annual event features a variety of speakers on Wedgwood-related topics, discussions, field trips to private collections, and much camaraderie. Dealers can display their wares for sale in a large space called the “Sally’s” room.
Usually held towards the end of April each year, the venue changes annually from city to city across the United States and into Canada and the United Kingdom.… Read More
Since the early 18th century, Meissen has represented the highest quality in German porcelain, and has offered a wide variety of objects, from figures and figural groups to tea wares, dinner services, vases, clock cases, ewers, mirror frames, and so much more. Meissen produced lines of redwares, stonewares, and easily recognizable polychrome-enameled and gilded porcelain figures.… Read More
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Portland, ME 04101Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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Portsmouth, NH 03801
Reserve a consignment evaluation with a Skinner fine jewelry, fine art, or silver specialist.… Read More