A collection of Chinese carved rhinoceros horn cups scored big at the Antiques Roadshow in Tulsa. Dated around late 17th century or early 18th century, the unusual lot is estimated to be valued between $1 to $1.5 million. In other news, a big-name online retailer consolidates its sites, Opera Legend Luciano Pavarotti's Summer House in Italy is up for rent, and pop-up wedding chapels appear in NYC this weekend in celebration of gay marriage!
Check out the news and links after the jump.
• Collection Item in Tulsa Sets 'Antiques Roadshow' Record | Tulsa World
• Local E-tailers Look to Go Big Time | Boston Herald
• Rent Opera Legend Luciano Pavarotti's Summer House in Italy | Curbed
• Z-A Studio and ICrave win competition to design pop-up wedding chapel | bdonline