Watch Clips from Season 19 of Antiques Roadshow starring iGavel Associate Seller: John Buxton

May

05/31/14: Sioux Indian Catlinite Pipes, ca. 1875 from Bismarck, Hour 3

June

06/07/14: Fake Kongo Fly Whisk from Santa Clara, Hour 1

06/21/14: Field Segment: African Carved Female Figure

06/28/14: Kuba “Bwoom” Helmet Mask, ca. 1900 from Austin, Hour 1

July

07/26/14: Yoruba Orisha Oko Shaft & Beaded Sheath from Chicago, Hour 2

August

08/09/14: Mezcala Figure & Mayan Pendant from New York City, Hour 2

08/16/14: Mexican Reproduction Statue from Charleston, Hour 3

08/16/14: Pre-Columbian Peruvian Implement from Charleston, Hour 2

 

Watch Clips from Season 19 of Antiques Roadshow starring iGavel Associate Seller: Lark Mason

May

05/31/14: Chinese Imperial Dress Uniform, ca. 1900 from Bismarck, Hour 2

05/31/14: Chinese Porcelain Vase, ca. 1900 from Bismarck, Hour 3

June

06/07/14: 17th-Century Chinese Transitional Wine Pot from Santa Clara, Hour 3

06/19/14: Chinese Export Huanghuali Cabinet, ca. 1740

06/21/14: Chinese Gilt Decorated Vase, ca. 1900 from Birmingham, Hour 3

06/28/15: Japanese Bronze Censer, ca. 1900 from Junk in the Trunk 5, Hour 1

06/28/14: Chinese Cloisonné Panel, ca. 1760 from Austin, Hour 2

July

07/26/14: Chinese Porcelain Water Buffalo, ca. 1880 from Chicago, Hour 1

August

08/09/14: Japanese Bronze Censer, ca. 1875 from New York City, Hour 1

08/16/14: Qing Dynasty Chinese Vases, ca. 1785 from Charleston, Hour 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Clips from Season 19 of Antiques Roadshow starring iGavel Associate Seller: Brian Witherell

May

05/31/14: Factory-Made Dining Table, ca. 1895 from Bismarck, Hour 1

June

06/07/14: Field Segment: Computer History Museum

06/07/14: American Dining Table, ca. 1895 from Santa Clara, Hour 1

06/21/14: Southern Ladderback Chair, ca. 1795 from Birmingham, Hour 3

06/28/14: Wurlitzer Model P10 Jukebox from Austin, Hour 3

July

07/19/14: Allen & Brother Parlor Table, ca. 1870 from Albuquerque, Hour 3

August

08/16/14: Symphonion Music Box from Charleston, Hour 3

 

 

 

 

Lark Mason featured in the San Antonio Express News

Lark Mason featured in the San Antonio Express News, “Asian Art Ambassador at home in Central Texas” by Steve Bennett.

“When Lark Mason was growing up in Georgia, his mom owned an antique shop in Doraville, and she frequently took her son on buying trips for old treasures to stock the shelves.”

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Lark Mason appears on Tuscon News Now: Antiques Roadshow makes a stop in Tuscon

“It is a pleasure to see the people and solve the riddles they may have. It is not about money all the time,” said Lark Mason, Asian Arts appraiser.

“One is a large object that was created in the 14th century that is going to turn out to be in the $15,000 range,” said Mason.

Read Here: Antiques Roadshow makes a stop in Tucson

Lark Mason appears on NBC New York discussing Asia Week with Roseanne Colletti – March 17, 2015

“Lark Mason, founding president of iGavel Auctions, joins Roseanne Colletti to talk about next week’s exhibition showcasing the beauty of Asian culture. It will be part of “Asia Week,” running from March 24 until April 1.”

Link to video: http://www.nbcnewyork.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/Asia-Week-New-York/296669041

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Watch: Stephen Colbert’s “Shred Off” Guitar Now On Sale

This clip from Stephen Colbert’s “The Colbert Report” features Chris Funk, guitarist of the band The Decemberists, playing a B.C. Rich silver Warlock guitar currently on sale in the Nye & Company’s Fine & Decorative Arts, Militaria and Rock & Roll Memorabilia Auction. The guitar, signed by Colbert and Funk as well as Peter Frampton, Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick), and Robert Schneider, is a kitschy piece of Rock and Roll and Television history, starting at $1,800.  Funk, whose band is known for their folk-indie rock rich with historical references and folklore, takes a page out of the book of rock and roll with a heavily distorted solo as he faces Stephen Colbert in a “Shred Off.”

Stephen Colbert Show "Shred-off" Guitar

Stephen Colbert Show “Shred-off” Guitar

Click here to watch the second clip featuring Colbert’s guitar rebuttal (with Peter Frampton).