We are so proud to have hosted MAP, the Museum Apprentice Program, with the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis on November 6th! The program is for 13-18 year old’s to learn about leadership and museum career opportunities. The kids learned about the auction industry, cataloging and lotting an auction, and participated in mock auction experience. We […]
Important Costume Jewelry: What is a jelly belly? The term Jelly Belly refers to a figural pin with a rounded middle made out of polished Lucite, a thermoplastic acrylic resin invented in 1937 by DuPont. These pins were most popular between 1942-1946 and created by jewelry maker Trifari. Since Jelly Belly’s were created during times […]
“Forget the hair ornaments. Some lady in Paris has gotten all the French women to bob their hair, and they also are no longer wearing the high top shoes!” (Excerpt from “The World of Fashion Jewelry” by Barbara Ellman) Mr. Fishel said to his employees after a two week trip to New York. That afternoon […]
The December 14 Art, Antiques and Jewelry Auction includes a large selection of silver and decorative arts, including a gorgeous Martele silver bowl and examples of Reed and Barton's popular "Diamond Pattern" flatware and hollowware.
This weekends Art, Antiques and Jewelry sale includes multiple works by outstanding contemporary American Fine Artists Donald Eric Hatfield and Chris Thomas, as well as an exquisite example of one of Indiana/Illinois painter John Cowan Templeton's sought-after Indiana Dunes landscapes.
The December 14 Art, Antiques and Jewelry sale offers a huge selection of fine, estate and costume jewelry. You can find stylish holiday gift options for that special person in your life, including many items representing the top jewelry trends predicted by fashion insiders for 2014.
Whether you are looking for an opportunity to sell while the market is hot, searching for sound investments or in the market for the goods that will help keep you and your loved ones on the cool side of life, we have the auction event for you.