Global art sales set a fresh record in 2014 driven by acquisitions from new museums, while China maintained its place at the top of the market
A memorable suit worn just one time by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sold for 43.1 million rupees ($693,234) at a charity auction.
A Paul Cezanne painting of a southern French town sold for $20.5 million (18 million euros) in a London auction on Wednesday.
McDonald’s is selling a bottle of the special sauce used on their iconic Big Mac burgers on eBay, which has attracted a bid for more than $18,000.
AirBerlin is the first German airline to offer an auction for Business Class upgrades on long-haul flights.
The Lisa Marie and the Hound Dog II, two private jets purchased and customized by Elvis Presley in the 1970s, are going under the hammer.
A major oil painting by J.M.W. Turner sold Wednesday for $47 million at Sotheby’s in London, breaking a previous record for the artist.
A 600-year-old Tibetan silk tapestry has set a world record for Chinese art after it was sold for $45 million at a Christie’s auction in Hong Kong.
One of Napoleon’s famous two-pointed hats was sold to a South Korean collector for 1.9 million euros at auction near Paris on Sunday.
Samsung has created the ultimate luxury gadget: a 78-inch, curved UHD TV set with a gold-painted back.
A gold pocket watch made by Patek Philippe for a New York banker in the 1930s has sold for a record $24 million at auction in Geneva.
Pierre Bergé’s library collection will be auctioned in seven stages at French auction house Drouot starting in December 2015.
A flawless fancy vivid pink diamond sold for a record US$17.7 million in Hong Kong late Tuesday, Sotheby’s said.
Four dresses designed for and worn by Britain’s late Princess Diana will go up for auction this December in Beverly Hills, California.
A genuine 1950s spacesuit will be up for auction in Berlin on September 13 and is expected to fetch around €8,000 ($10,500).
The world’s most expensive comic book — the original 1938 Action Comics featuring Superman — sold in an eBay auction for US$3,207,852 on Sunday.
An example of the most famous and sought-after classic cars in the world, the Ferrari 250 GTO, is being sold at auction on August 14.
The world’s most famous watch will return to the auction block as the centerpiece of Sotheby’s Geneva sale of Important Watches November 14.
EBay just launched Designer Collective, a new collection of online shops featuring fashion designers like Rececca Minkoff and Calvin Klein.
A 158-year-old stamp is set to go under the hammer at Sotheby’s New York this month where it is expected to fetch $20 million.