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Marlborough, MA 01752
Skinner is pleased to handle The Collection of Carl Crossman at auction. Carl was a charismatic and passionate personality well-known to many of us in the world of art and antiques.
The auction covers a broad range of Western styles, media, and regions from the 16th century to the present day including paintings, sculpture, and works on paper.
This auction features American and European works spanning from old masters to contemporary
Our December sale offers over 500 lots for the discerning collector, dealer, or homeowner seeking furniture, artwork, and decorative objects spanning the 20th and early 21st centuries.
The December auction offers over 400 lots of artifacts and ritual objects representing tribal cultures from across the world.
This December’s Gentleman’s Auction is full of great gift ideas you won’t find anywhere else for the upcoming holidays!
This sale features well over 600 lots of European furniture and decorative arts highlighted by over 400 lots of Wedgwood spanning three centuries of production as well as numerous bronzes, paintings, European porcelains and a wide variety of both English and Continental furniture.
A select sale of just over 350 lots highlighted by nearly 75 lots of Greek/Southern Italian ancient pottery from a private New York estate, fine Wedgwood, furniture, sculpture and an assortment of 125 lots of fine silver.
This November’s American Furniture and Decorative Arts is a celebration of American creativity, ingenuity, thoughtfulness, and artistic expression.
Our fall Fine Musical Instruments online auction is bookended by two notable collections – the violin case research collection of author Dr. Glenn P. Wood and the collection of jazz guitarist John Abercrombie.
The November Fine Jewelry Collections auction features over 575 lots of affordable, wearable, and unique pieces. Highlights include a collection of 19th century jewelry and pieces by well known firms including Tiffany & Co., Cartier, and Buccellati.
The November Important Jewelry auction will feature over 200 lots of antique, period, and contemporary jewelry. Highlights include Kashmir sapphires, a collection of jewelry by David Webb, and a selection of signed Art Deco pieces.
Skinner’s November Rare Books and Manuscripts Auction leads off with a stunning collection of photographic books along with important literary works, Manuscripts, maps, letters and even an extensive collection of 700 autographs.
From local painters to internationally acclaimed artists, our Studio sales offer an array of paintings, works on paper, and sculptures at affordable prices. Anything from Japanese woodcut prints to romantic landscapes to abstract statues; discover a new treasure in every sale!
Our October sale features a particularly rich gathering of rugs, carpets, and textiles from collections throughout the country.
Our October sale comprises a diverse collection of horological and scientific curiosities. We begin with an array of American and European pocket watches, followed by a group of vintage and contemporary wristwatches.
The proceeds from many lots in this sale will benefit two important local non-profit organizations: The Don and Marilyn Rodman Foundation and WAM Theatre. Join us in supporting the many diverse causes of these important community resources.
Approachable and surprisingly affordable, Skinner’s Jewelry & Silver auctions offer a broad selection of jewelry, silver, and couture.
Alongside two featured collections buyers will be able to bid on a range of Chinese jades, textiles and accessories, some interesting examples of Korean portraiture, as well as two collections of middle Eastern and central Asian antiquities.
The September auction is a delightful exploration of an abundance of regions, vintages, eras and producers.
The auction covers a broad range of Western styles, media, and regions from the 16th century to the present day including paintings, sculpture, and works on paper
This auction begins with a broad selection of works from old masters to the present day; featuring artists such as J.A.M. Whistler, Martin Lewis, Pablo Picasso and others. The auction continues with an array of American photography, including works from New England based artists.
The September Fine Jewelry Collections auction features over 350 lots of accessible, wearable, and unique pieces. Highlights include a collection of Victorian jewelry, diamond rings, and signed pieces by many designers including Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Bulgari, Elizabeth Locke, and Temple St. Clair.