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Artemis Gallery to Sell Ancient Asian and Ethnographic Art on April 12

Artemis Gallery to Sell Ancient Asian and Ethnographic Art on April 12

. April 12, 2017

With a timeline that starts in Ancient Egypt and progresses to the Pre-Columbian cultures of the Americas, Artemis Gallery’s April 12 auction is a fascinating retrospective on how the world evolved to what it is today. Each of Artemis Gallery’s auctions reflects a deep respect for ancient civilizations of all geographic regions. That’s why the […]

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CHINESE PORCELAIN PALACE VASE AND THREE EARLY 17th C. MINIATURE PERSIAN PAINTINGS AT TREMONT AUCTIONS

CHINESE PORCELAIN PALACE VASE AND THREE EARLY 17th C. MINIATURE PERSIAN PAINTINGS AT TREMONT AUCTIONS

. April 6, 2017

A monumental Chinese porcelain palace vase made around 1870 with lovely pate-sur-pate pagoda decoration, and three miniature Persian paintings executed in the early 17th century during the Safavid period, are expected top achievers in an important Asian works of art auction scheduled for Sunday, April 23rd, by Tremont Auctions, online and in the firm’s gallery. […]

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STIEGEL SUGAR BOWL AND POCKET BOTTLE SELL FOR NEARLY $20,000

STIEGEL SUGAR BOWL AND POCKET BOTTLE SELL FOR NEARLY $20,000

. March 31, 2017

A pattern molded covered sugar bowl and an early pattern molded pocket bottle, both manufactured by Stiegel’s American Flint Glass Manufactory in Manheim, Pennsylvania sometime between 1763 and 1774, combined to sell for nearly $20,000 in an online-only auction (Premier Auction 146) held March 6-15 by Norman C. Heckler & Company. The brilliant cobalt blue […]

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Elvis Presley Revolvers For Rock Island Auction Sale

Elvis Presley Revolvers For Rock Island Auction Sale

. March 24, 2017

Two of Elvis Presley’s lavish revolvers will be available in a May firearms auction hosted by Rock Island Auction Company. They are accompanied by several items personally owned by the legendary performer such as a diamond and ruby studded Shelby County sheriff’s badge, the Elvis-signed contract to purchase Graceland, and numerous personal documents also signed […]

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Antiquities Opening Event at the Museum of Idaho

Antiquities Opening Event at the Museum of Idaho

. March 24, 2017

The Museum of Idaho has announced the opening of It Takes a Village, an additional exhibition to Rome: Military Genius and Mighty Machines. The Museum of Idaho is a free-standing, non-profit organization dedicated to bringing internationally- & nationally-acclaimed exhibits to southeast Idaho, preserving and showcasing natural and cultural history, and providing unique educational opportunities for […]

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