European Antique Furniture
The European Furniture & Decorative Arts department holds four auctions each year, and regularly realize highly competitive prices. The winter and summer auctions feature ceramics, while the spring and fall auctions highlight fine silver. In 2008, a goldwashed, enameled and jeweled silver casket from Moscow sold for $787, 000.
European Antiques Appraisal and Consignment
Whether for purposes of an insurance appraisal or to assess what your work is likely to bring at auction, you’ll benefit from the careful analysis and excellent service of European antiques specialists at Skinner.
Add value to your consignments with the European Furniture & Decorative Arts department’s careful research, targeted marketing to an international audience of collectors and dealers, and deep knowledge of the market. European antiques appraisers maintain relationships with collectors’ societies and groups, give lectures, and appear on national media and television.
Meet with a European antiques specialist at our Boston and Marlborough Galleries, or submit items for evaluation online. Contact us to learn the value of your rare antique European furniture or decorative arts. Learn about selling at Skinner.
Buying European Furniture & Decorative Arts at Auction
Collectors, dealers and antique professionals from around the world flock to European Furniture & Decorative Arts auctions at Skinner for the beautiful objects, fair premiums, and personalized service. Bid with a paddle, a phone or a mouse on Continental and British ceramics, silver, glass, marble and bronze statuary, clocks, paintings and prints, lighting, rugs, textiles and antique furniture. Learn about buying at Skinner.
European Furniture & Decorative Arts