Fine Arts: Urn your keep at Mullen’s latest sale
A pair of six-foot decorative sandstone urns said to have belonged to movie star Errol Flynn are the leading lot at the August 23 auction
In the musical world, singers are ten a penny, but not so the Diva, the possessor of a talent that separates her from the crowd. The same is true in the world of art and antiques. You may be browsing an online auction catalogue with a specific purpose in mind – you plan to replace the dining room table, or you’re hoping to find a birthday gift for a silver collector, when an object leaps...
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