Glass Tribal & Native American Artifacts
News about Glass Tribal & Native American Artifacts
Cut glass from elite collections presented at Woody Auction, Nov. 12
DOUGLASS, Kan. – More than 400 quality lots of antique glass that include Aztec goblets, Waldorf stems, an Isabella tankard and a signed Hawkes Panel pattern tray will be offered on Saturday, November 12, beginning at 9:30 am Central time, by Woody Auction. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
Signed Galle glass lures bidders to Woody Auction, Oct. 29
DOUGLASS, Kan. – Part 1 of the Ron Blessing estate collection – featuring quality Victorian antiques, French cameo art glass and period American furniture – will come up for bid on Saturday, October 29, beginning at 9:30 am Central time, at Woody Auction. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
The radiant, humble beauty of glass fruit jars
NEW YORK — In 1858, New Jersey tinsmith John Landis Mason revolutionized the home kitchen when he invented and patented a glass jar with a lid that used a screw thread. His invention became known as the Mason jar, and it has since been manufactured in endless quantities. Today, many home pantries contain at least one […]
Consecutive sales of art glass and ceramics total $2.7M at Heritage
DALLAS – The collecting world’s love affair with art glass appears unstoppable, as late-September back-to-back sales of groundbreaking 20th-century and contemporary decorative arts and design brought record auction results to Heritage Auctions and a number of living artists. The two-day event realized more than $2.7 million and points to the enduring appeal of […]