Kawai Musical Instruments, founded by Koichi Kawai, is a well-known piano manufacturing company in Japan. Kawai lived beside reed organ builder Torakusu Yamaha and worked under him as an apprentice. After Yamaha’s death and the diversification of the Yamaha Corporation, Kawai started his own company. The upcoming New Haven Auctions event presents a Kawai model S-K7 grand piano. The limited-edition, semi-concert grand piano was designed by master craftsman Nobumichi Suzuki.
The auction also showcases lounge chairs and coffee tables by designer Walter Lamb for Brown Jordan. In the 1940s, Lamb designed his first pieces of bronze furniture while experimenting with tubing obtained from sunken U.S Navy ships. The available bronze chaise lounge chairs by the designer are composed of rust-proof bronze frames. They have UV-stable, hand-wrapped cording and flexible seats. Also showcased is a Bulgari Parentesi 18-karat yellow gold necklace set with 144 diamonds. The Parentisi collection, notable for its interlocking design, was inspired by ancient Roman architecture. The auction will feature paintings by Heather Braginton-Smith, a Steinway baby grand piano, Eero Sarrinen furniture for Knoll, a Gaetano Guadagnini cello, and Venini Fulvio Bianconi glassware as well. Interested collectors can explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:428
Price Range:$60 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Shigeru Kawai grand piano model S-K7.||
|1974 Model L Steinway baby grand 5'10||
|Bulgari Parentesi 18K yellow gold and diamond Choker necklace with 144 diamonds.||
|Walter Lamb lounge chair||
|Eero Sarrinen womb chair and ottoman by Knoll.||
|Reubens Peale oil on panel by Heather Braginton -Smith.||
|Venini Fulvio Bianconi Pezzato bowl.||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Watches & Clocks
- Brown Jordan
- Eero Sarrinen
- Heather Braginton-Smith
- Koichi Kawai
- Nobumichi Suzuki
- Shigeru Kawai
- Torakusu Yamaha
- Venini Fulvio Bianconi
- Walter Lamb
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