Stone Sculptures & Carvings
Inuit Soapstone Carving Of A Standing Figure Mounted On A Stone Slab. Ningiugapik Kolola from Kimmirut (Lake Harbour).9.5 Inches Tall.
Unreserved Multi Estate Summer AuctionBeacon, NY, US
4 Chinese archer rings, carved jade, stone, one wood, various designs
Group of two Inuit Canada Native American stone carvings including one zoomorphic bear carving with a dark black patina, ca. 1950s; and one carved stone head depicting a mustachioed man, signed "Simon
Chinese gongshi scholar's rock, a porous stone with a curving form and many small hollows, set on a carved wooden stand. (Scholar's Rock) Height: 7 in x width: 6 in x depth: 4 3/4 in. (Stand) Height:
Wealthier July Monthly AuctionLa Puente, CA, US
Wealthier Art & Auction5 days Left
Chinese export tiger eye stone figure, nice details, decorated with figure holding flowers. Minor chips. 7*5.25 inch.
August Estate AuctionHillsborough, NC, US
Leland Little AuctionsAug 05
Gene & Rebecca Tobey (American), Bronze Buffalo Sculpture1989, cast and patinated bronze, mounted to a polished black stone plinth, signed and numbered in the casting 26/30. 12 x 11 x 6.5 in. Private
Art, Asian, Garden, Oriental Rugs, & DécorCincinnati, OH, US
Main Auction GalleriesAug 15
Circa 1690-1720 carved stone sculpture. Most likely Peruvian or Chilean. 21w x 14.5d x 32h Approx. 150lbs
July 27: Eclectic Variety AuctionChadds Ford, PA, US
William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals17 hrs Left
Chinese Gongshi carved stone with fitted hard wood stand, 11" h x 15" w, The base is fitted, made for the piece
July Timed Marketplace AuctionLouisville, CO, US
Artemis Gallery19 hrs Left
**Originally Listed At $800**Ancient Near East, Babylon, Old Babylonian Period, ca. 1925 to 1595 BCE. A central deity stands facing right, hand raised. Before him, a dwarf stands next to a quadruped,
(3) Carved Stone Inuit Figures, each signed on bottom of figure. Height: 6.75 in (tallest).
(3) Carved Stone Inuit Figures, Each Signed on the Bottom of Figure. Height:: 6.75 in (tallest).
LX: July Fine ArtNew York, NY, US
Capsule Auctions3 days Left
Lot 46Unknown Artist (XX/XXI)Torso bronze with artist applied green patina on stone plinthincised indistinctly on the bottomwithout base: 9 x 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 inchesoverall height: 16 inchesProvenanc
Roger Cavalli Modernist Stone Disc Sculpture, Paper Label On Underside. 11.5 Inches Diameter.
July Fine Estates AuctionGarnet Valley, PA, US
Briggs Auction, Inc.4 days Left
Lawrence Takawira (Zimbabwean, 20th C.). A Shona stone carving of two figures. Signed on base. 22in tall x 11in wide.
News about Stone Sculptures & Carvings
Bronze Age sun pendant to debut at British museum in September
SHREWSBURY, UK – An extraordinary sun pendant is to go on public display for the first time as part of the British Museum’s National Programs. The sun pendant, also known as a bulla, could be one of the most significant pieces of Bronze Age metalwork ever discovered in Britain. The rare and spectacular object will […]
Native American jewelry trove leads Holabird Aug. 5-9 auction
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Cranbrook surveys its history in ‘With Eyes Opened’
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. — This summer, Cranbrook Art Museum is pleased to debut With Eyes Opened: Cranbrook Academy of Art Since 1932, the first book and largest exhibition to expansively chronicle the school’s nearly 90-year history as a radical experiment in the education of artists. On view from June 18 – September 19, the exhibition will occupy the entire museum.
Build your own menagerie of animal-themed jewelry
NEW YORK – Few are immune to the charms of animals. From medieval times, European royalty often maintained private menageries featuring lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, elephants, camels, and tropical birds. In time, wealthy Londoners, in addition to personal menageries, collected pieces of jewelry that depicted birds, beasts, and everything in between.