Press Releases tagged with bowls

Marked R.S.  Prussia plate, 11.75 inches in diameter, stipple mold, with a fall season portrait decor having poppy highlights and a wonderful cobalt blue border.

Part 1 of a mostly cobalt blue lifetime collection of R.S. Prussia will be auctioned May 26th

Released: April 27, 2018

DOUGLASS, Kan. – Part 1 of the lifetime collection of R.S. Prussia antique porcelain from the late John and Lavaun Headlee of Illinois – nearly all the pieces in the rare cobalt blue color – will be sold at public auction on Saturday, May 26th, by Woody Auction, in the firm’s new Douglass gallery located at 130 East Third Street, starting at 9:30 am Central time. It will be an absolute auction, with no reserves.   The Headlees were beloved members of the R.S. Prussia Collectors Club, and word quickly spread that their 40-year collection focused almost exclusively on cobalt blue example...

Historic fully-beaded Cree-made Native American Hopi vest with traditional floral motif (est.  $10,000-$20,000).

Native American and Western artifacts, art, related collectibles at Allard Auctions' Big Spring Phoenix event, March 12-13

Released: March 03, 2016

MESA, Ariz. – An historic, fully-beaded Cree-made Native American Hopi vest with traditional floral motif, and a rare and fine weave Navajo woman’s “Manta” robe made from Germantown wool in the 1890s, are expected headliners at this year’s Big Spring Phoenix auction, planned for March 12-13 by Allard Auctions, at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Mesa, outside of Phoenix. This year’s auction will feature 750 lots of Native American and Western artifacts, artworks and related collectibles. Lots 1-450 will come up for bid on Saturday, March 12th (starting 12 noon, Mountain time); lots ...

Prehistoric Mimbres Indian pottery bowl with probe hole at bottom and original fish design.

Native American artifacts from the Popp collection will be sold Sept. 7 by Woody Auction in Wichita, Kan.

Released: August 09, 2013

 (WICHITA, Kan.) – The single-owner lifetime collection of Richard and Linda Popp of Hutchinson, Kansas – serious collectors of Native American artifacts and antiques in many other categories – will be sold on Saturday, Sept. 7, by Woody Auction in the 4H Hall of the Sedgwick County Extension Center in Wichita, starting at 9:30 a.m. (CST). Over 500 lots will be offered. “The Popps have collected a wide variety of antiques over the years and have decided to now offer their entire collection at public auction without reserve,” said Woody Auction, based in Douglass, Kan. “Everything w...