Three Reasons I Love Victorian Earrings
To most people the Victorian Era is known for the industrial revolution, social reform, and the Pax Britannica. For me, all those run a distant second to the Victorians greatest achievement: earring design. Victorian earrings are everything that I love about antique jewelry.
Horst Rechelbacher, Founder of Aveda Corporation, Committed Environmentalist and Passionate Collector
A pioneer in plant-based personal care and aromatherapy, Horst M. Rechelbacher was a dynamic entrepreneur who excelled in several lifetimes of pursuits including artist, organic farmer, author, speaker and passionate collector.
The Guitar That Held the Family Jewels
In the last quarter of the 19th Century America was experiencing a period of unprecedented prosperity and growth.
Vintage Toys This September
Of all the fascinating categories out there in the collectibles market, none bring as much fun and enjoyment to their owners as vintage toys. With their irresistible blend of charm and nostalgia, they take us back to a time when manufacturers built things to last (yes, even toys!).
Pook & Pook's September Decorative Arts
Autumn Asian Art Auctions
Next Week’s Asia Week events in New York City mark the unofficial start of the Fall Asian art season. With numerous sales occurring at the international auction houses, every collector, dealer and Asian Art lover is searching for the hottest new market trend.
Diamonds and Sapphires in September at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers
When it comes to staging quality jewelry auctions, no name in the business is held in higher regard than Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.
Rich Artistic History in African Art at Leland Little
Leland Little Auctions’ Fall sale is set down for Friday, September 9, and with nearly six hundred lots ready to go under the hammer, including jewelry, fine art, modernism, silver, Asian art, couture, furn
Inviting Buddha In
Since their first forays to the exotic East, Westerners have had an almost endless fascination with the Buddha. Whether searching for spiritual enlightenment, a change in fortune or a new direction in décor, the allure of the cross-legged figure has proved irresistible.
Wyeth and the West Appeal
Newell Convers Wyeth, better known as N.C. Wyeth, grew up on a farm in Massachusetts at the end of the nineteenth century.
250 Best Auction Houses Worldwide 2016 from Art+Auction
In its 2016 August issue, Art+Auction profiled 250 auction houses around the globe, many houses on Bidsquare were featured on the list. Blouin Art+Auction reports:
Unreserved August Highlights at Rago, Something for Everyone
Mike Ingham, Director of Rago's Unreserved Auction, shares some favorite lots in the upcoming August 2016 Sale.
James D. Julia’s August Auction Set to Make a Splash
Bidders near and far will once again converge on Fairfield, Maine this month for James D. Julia’s Annual August Fine Art, Asian & Antiques sale.
Sizzling Asian Art Highlights at James D. Julia’s Summer Auction
James D. Julia is holding their annual summer Asian Art auction on August 26, 2016 as part of their three-day decorative arts sale.
Bidsquare Goes for Olympic Gold!
Later this evening the eyes of the world will turn to Rio de Janeiro for the opening ceremony of the XXXI Summer Olympiad.
Terpning's "The Long Shot" Leads Coeur d'Alene's Art Auction
The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction cemented its place at the head of the Western Art market July 23 with a hugely successful day at the Tuscany Ballroom at Peppermill Hotel Resort in Reno.
Summer Black and White Fashion Photography
Black & white photography has always had a broad-based appeal, and in a bouyant art market is currently proving as popular as ever with collectors.
Luis Nishizawa - He gave, and they gave back…
Combine the unique flair of Latin American art with bold Japanese aesthetics and you get the work of Luis Nishizawa. In 1918, born Nishizawa-Flores, to parents of Mexican and Japanese descent - his atmospheric work frequently depicts the Mexican countryside.