May 27: Current prices

Terry Kovel and Kim Kovel
Cowles Syndicate
Market News

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions. 

Pair of Dresden porcelain candleholders, four-light, figural angel post, blue drape, holding three shaped arms encrusted with small flowers, gold trim, marked, Schierholz, after 1930, 15 x 9 inches, pair, $65. 

Silver plate salver, round, engraved armorial crest, chased floral scrolls, Chippendale shaped border, rococo scroll rim, three acanthus scroll feet, Smith, Sissons & Co., Sheffield, England, Victorian, c. 1885, 18 1/4 inches, $125. 

Lamp, electric, alabaster base, carved and pierced zigzags, black cloth tapered shade, Italy, c. 1935, 27 inches, $275. 

Folk art figure, swan, hardwood root, carved, polished, glass eyes, signed G. Mille, 1986, 18 x 27 inches, $340. 

Pottery statue, Indonesian woman, tall and slender, dark skin, long striped skirt, white blouse, flowing white head scarf, marked, Mari Simmulson, Sweden, 1940s, 15 inches, $465. 

Pair of glass urns, Regency style, cut glass lower body with strawberry cutting, flared upper section with engraved grapes and leaves, domed star cut base, 9 x 7 inches, pair, $585. 

Advertising sign, Cooks Beer & Ale, hand holding a bottle of each, tin, oval, self-framed in wood grain pattern, Cooks Brewing Co., Evansville, Ind., 1940s, 17 1/2 x 14 inches, $625. 

Furniture, armoire, French Provincial, walnut, molded cornice, carved frieze, two long doors each with two shaped panels, fitted interior, scroll legs, 18th century, 89 x 56 inches, $825.

Jewelry, necklace, pendant, stylized flower head, eight partial circles, link chain, 18K gold, Fil De Camilia, marked Chanel, pendant 3/4 inches, chain 16 inches, $1,340. 

Tiffany candlestick, patinated bronze, three curved legs, tripartite base, bulbous cup with flared rim and blown out green glass, hooked snuffer hangs in the center, marked Tiffany Studios, c. 1910, 9 1/2 x 5 inches, $3,120.