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16th-Century Renaissance Painting Discovered in Adirondack Home Sells for Over $83,000 at Sotheby’s, London

Saratoga Springs-based Mark Lawson Antiques and Auctioneers Identifies the Painting, Originally Presented to Pope Clement VII in 1523 A painting described as “remarkable” by London auction house Sotheby’s was discovered in the Adirondacks recently by Mark Lawson, an antiques dealer and auctioneer based in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Lawson, the local underwriter of Antiques Roadshow...

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Mark Lawson Antiques Identifies Rare Eggshell Tea Service

Highly Desirable Porcelain Catapults Bidding Activity on Web Site Mark Lawson, proprietor of Mark Lawson Antiques in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., recently identified a rare eggshell tea service dating to the turn of the century. At auction, this delicate porcelain brought $42,200 against an initial estimate of $8,000 to $12,000. The tea service, an 18-piece Rozenburg set with a floral Art...

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