Tag Archives: Skinner Auctioneers

Monday Macabre: PoW Bone Art

A few months ago I saw this piece featured in Skinner’s American Furniture & Decorative Arts auction and was immediately intrigued. What was it? It reminded me of one of those old coin banks where you insert a quarter into a dog’s mouth … Continue reading

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How Does It All Work?: The Live Auction

In her Will, Nana left you a statue: She always had..eccentric taste. It doesn’t really go with your minimalist home, and holding on to some of her jewelry and photos is enough of an homage to your late grandmother that … Continue reading

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Behind the Gavel-A Chat With Robin Starr of Skinner

I think there are some common misconceptions regarding live auctions.. Only rich people can go and you have to be personally invited Someone in their 20s-30s can never afford something at auction Items up for bid are usually overpriced dinette sets … Continue reading

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