274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Approachable and surprisingly affordable, Skinner’s monthly Discovery auctions offer a broad selection of artwork, estate furnishings, decorative objects, rugs, couture and jewelry from the 18th – 21st century. Skinner’s Discovery department accepts consignments on an ongoing basis.
Skinner’s August Coins & Currency sale features a choice selection of American and world rarities, with classic American key dates and conditional rarities, a collection of world medals and tokens, and early British gold.
A yellow-painted cupboard over drawers from Hancock or New Lebanon, and a ten-drawer butternut Trustee’s chest from Enfield are the anchors of this collection, but small furniture is abundant, too – pantry boxes in many sizes and colors, buckets, carriers, pails, candlestands and chairs
Three centuries of American-made furniture spanning the late 17th through late 19th centuries highlight This August Americana sale, which features over 600 lots from a wide range of consignors.
Carefully assembled over decades by collector, scholar, and author John Kolar, the collection is an impressive grouping of painted furniture, Windsor chairs, folk art, pottery, and weathervanes from 18th and 19th century America
Three collections dominate our July Tribal Art online sale this year. Two from New York from the late Eleanor Tulman Hancock who was a dealer in American Indian art and the Abe and Paula Rosman collection as well as Oceanic art from the Leo and Lillian Fortess collection from Hawaii.
The July European Furniture & Decorative Arts auction includes a wide range of items from fine silver and ceramics to high style French furniture and bronze sculpture
Approachable and affordable, Skinner’s monthly Discovery auctions offer a broad selection of artwork, estate furnishings, decorative objects, rugs, couture and jewelry from the 18th – 21st century. Skinner’s Discovery department accepts consignments on an ongoing basis.
Approachable and surprisingly affordable, Skinner’s Jewelry & Silver auctions offer a broad selection of jewelry, silver, and couture.
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!
From an important violin by itinerant luthier Vincenzo Panormo crafted in Paris in 1789 on the cusp of the French Revolution, to one of only a handful of Gibson ES-350 TDN electric guitars produced in the tumult and optimism of 1962 America, these instruments endure and transcend their beginnings
This sale offers over 700 lots for the discerning collector, dealer and home owner seeking furniture, art work and decorative objects spanning the 20th and early 21st centuries
The June Fine Jewelry Collections auction features over 275 lots of affordable, wearable, and unique pieces. Highlights included an extensive collection of snake jewelry, a strong group of Art Deco diamond rings, and pieces by well known firms including Tiffany & Co., Cartier, and Buccellati
The June Important Jewelry auction will feature over 175 lots of antique, period, and contemporary jewelry. Highlights included jewelry from the estate of Mary Weld Pingree, an antique Kashmir sapphire ring, Colombian emeralds, and several pieces of impressive diamond jewelry
Our June Asian Works of Art online auction offers exceptional works from China, Japan, and Korea. A single-owner collection of extraordinary Japanese Meiji period cloisonné works will be offered, including pieces by Namikawa, Hayashi, and Ando.
There is something for everyone in this auction, whether to diversify your portfolio or fill empty shelves with our Cellar Discoveries and Cellar Starters; treasure troves of ready to drink and unique wine and spirits.
This 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
The May Fine Prints & Photographs online auction includes fine art prints and multiples from the 19th century to the present day
Our May sale includes Oceanic offerings, African Congolese sculpture and weaponry, Native American artifacts, historic Eskimo and Northwest coast artifacts, and a collection of mostly contemporary Southwest pottery, Navajo textiles, and silver and turquoise jewelry.
Our April online sale features a selection of rare rugs, carpets, and textiles from several prominent collections including examples from a Turkish Yastik collection, Caucasian, Northwest Persian, and Turkoman rugs from a Southern California collection, and Part II of the Sandra Whitman collection.
The Americana online sale features significant collections of iron, a great variety of early woven and quilted textiles, and examples of American furniture, silver, pottery, and folk art.
Our April sale offers many rare and unusual finds from both the horological and early optical apparatus fields; there is a strong group of vintage wristwatches on offer, a collection of astronomical regulators, and a rare complete example of Carlo Ponti’s Mégaléthescope.
This April’s American Furniture & Decorative Arts auction offers an opportunity to acquire fine early American urban-made furniture from two Massachusetts private collections, the roots of which began in the 1930s and which represent over a hundred years of combined connoisseurship.
The Militaria online sale features significant items from the American Revolution, a great variety of Civil War-era items including weapons, equipment, as well as collectable items and groups from WWI and WWII.