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Category: Cabinets, Armoires & Cupboards

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    Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver Online, Session I

    The first session of the upcoming Hindman auction will focus on furniture and decorative art. A pair of early 20th-century commodes is one of the highlighted lots. Each commode has a marble top and three drawers. The sides and legs of the commodes are mounted in bronze. The auction will…

    A Sevres Painted and Parcel Gilt Napoleonic Porcelain Cabinet Plate
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    Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver

    The Gorham Manufacturing Company was established in 1831 when Henry L. Webster joined Jabez Gorham. The company eventually became a leading Art Nouveau silverware producer. From 1896 through the 1930s, they introduced a line of silver known as Martelé. A set of Martelé silver chargers by Gorham will be showcased…

    Italian School, 18th Century
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    Freeman's first Art + Design auction solidifies ongoing streak of successful online auctions

    A Special "Triple Cabinet with Sliding Doors", 1971 by George Nakashima (Lot 70) sold for $27,500. PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Following its highly successful online Design and Modern & Contemporary Art auctions this Spring, Freeman’s announced another stellar result. Its inaugural June 26 Art + Design auction achieved a 95% sell-through rate and totaled just…

    Freeman's first Art + Design auction solidifies ongoing streak of successful online auctions
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    Ancient | Near-Eastern | Asian Art

    The upcoming Ancient | Near-Eastern | Asian Art sale, presented by Artemis Gallery, highlights a painting by Masoud Yasami. An Iranian American artist, Yasami’s abstract multi-dimensional works deal with space, color, illusion, balance, and chaos. He uses a variety of mediums and materials to create his works. As the artist says, “For…

    Chinese Shang Dynasty Bronze Lidded Vessel (You)
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    Nye & Company's online Estate Treasures auction, July 8th, will feature objects for fine and decorative arts enthusiasts

    The auction, at 10 am Eastern, will be headlined by a wonderfully rich, diverse and eclectic collection from the estates of Cornelia and Simon Michael Bessie. Pair of porcelain Buddhist temple lions, Chinese. Nye & Company Auctioneers’ online-only Estate Treasures auction on Wednesday, July 8th, beginning at 10 am Eastern…

    Nye & Company's online Estate Treasures auction, July 8th, will feature objects for fine and decorative arts enthusiasts
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    Atlanta Collections, Session I

    Furniture of all sizes, colors, and eras will be available in the upcoming two-day Hindman auction of Atlanta collections. This sale features over 500 lots of European furniture and decorative art from every period between the Renaissance and Art Deco. The first session features a Louis XIV bureau Mazarin. This…

    An Art Nouveau Style Gilt-Bronze and Frosted Glass Eight-Light Chandelier
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    Furniture | Lights | Garden I Decorative Arts

    For nearly fifty years, Tiffany Studios produced the now-famous leaded glass lamps designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. First introduced in the early 20th century, Tiffany lamps have enjoyed continued popularity. With the glass of ancient Rome in mind, Louis Comfort Tiffany invented his trademark favrile glass technique. An example of…

    19TH DIRECTOIRE STYLE BERGERE ARM CHAIR MAHOGANY
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    Important Summer Estates Auction: Day Two

    Howard, Davis, & Dennison Company, which later came to be known as American Waltham Watch Company, began its operation in Massachusetts in 1850. Over the next hundred years, the company produced a range of items, from pocket watches to speedometers. Waltham was the first to mass-produce a complete watch under…

    James Hussey (1931- , New Orleans), "St. Louis Cathedral," 20th c., oil on canvas, signed lower right, presented in a polychromed re...
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    Design | French | Italian | American

    From a sofa and chair set by Alberto Rosselli to a signed Art Deco walnut sideboard, the upcoming Design, French, Italian, American auction offers furniture from various countries and periods. Co-founder of the Association for Industrial Design, Rosselli was an Italian architect, designer, and teacher. Available in this sale, offered…

    THE CONFIDENTIAL BY ALBERTO ROSSELLI SOFA CHAIRS
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    Crescent City Auction Gallery will hold an online-only Important Summer Estates Catalog Auction on June 13th and 14th

    Over 700 quality lots in a variety of collecting categories. Start times both days are 10 am Central. The gallery will be open for exhibition starting June 4. Early 20th century oil on canvas paintings by French artist Jean-Baptiste Armand Guillaumin (1841-1927), titled Coastal Landscape, 15 inches by 22 ¾…

    Crescent City Auction Gallery will hold an online-only Important Summer Estates Catalog Auction on June 13th and 14th-1
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    Artist to Know: Charlotte Perriand & Pierre Jeanneret

    Furniture Piece by the Two French Modernists Available in Wright Auction At the age of 24, Charlotte Perriand walked into the studio of legendary furniture designer Le Corbusier and asked for a job. She was told, “We don’t embroider cushions here,” and sent away. Despite this rocky start, Perriand would…

    Artist to Know Charlotte Perriand & Pierre Jeanneret-1
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    The Decorative Art of George Nakashima: Know Before You Bid

    Special-order coffee table by George Nakashima. Photo courtesy of Rago. The son of Japanese émigrés, artist George Nakashima, was forced into a Japanese internment camp in 1942. He was released a year later, but only on the grounds that he would work on a farm in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Every…

    The Decorative Art of George Nakashima Know Before You Bid
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    California Estates & Chinese Antiques

    Zhang Daqian, a 20th-century Chinese artist, spent years studying the works of the ancient masters. His early career was defined by meticulous forgeries, especially emulating the Ming-Qing Individualists. Zhang learned many lessons from his early works and incorporated them into his later calligraphy and lotus paintings. An example of his…

    California Estates & Chinese Antiques
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    Freeman’s Americana Auction Confirms Market Strength for American-Made Objects

    Freeman’s announced the results of its April 28 & April 29 online auctions of American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts. Together, the back-to-back sales totaled just shy of $975,000. Both sales elicited the participation of a sizable number of new bidders and ultimately exceeded expectations, nearly reaching their pre-sale high estimates. On April…

    Freeman’s Americana Auction Confirms Market Strength for American-Made Objects
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    Special Auction of French Furniture

    French furniture is a language unto itself, using both the metropolitan associations of Paris and the flourish of European royalty. In the upcoming Special Auction of French Furniture, offered by Morton Subastas, a selection of hand-carved pieces will cross the auction block. Though the majority of the furniture items were…

    Espejo. Francia. Siglo XX. En talla de madera de roble. Con luna rectangular biselada
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    Ceramics from The Collection of Mario Buatta

    Stair will highlight ceramics from Mario Buatta’s collection in the upcoming auction. Known as the Prince of Chintz, the American interior designer subscribed to a maximalist design aesthetic. The presented ceramics collection includes earthenware and porcelain pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries. One key lot is a Davenport pottery set…

    Ceramics from The Collection of Mario Buatta Stair
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    LiveAuctioneers responds to COVID-19 by helping auctioneers move events online for free; proceeds go to charity

    NEW YORK – LiveAuctioneers, whose online bidding platform is used by more than 6,000 auction houses and reaches millions of bidders worldwide, is offering special assistance both to clients and charitable organizations as COVID-19 continues to wield its devastating impact on businesses and communities. Yaacov Agam (Israeli, b. 1928-), Nine…

    LiveAuctioneers responds to COVID-19 by helping auctioneers move events online for free; proceeds go to charity
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    Treasure Chest: Online-Only Timed Auction

    In his 20s, Simon Tissot-Dupont was a photographer for Napoleon III, a position that allowed him to better understand the styles of the Parisian upper class. He soon founded his own company, S.T. Dupont, which produced luxury travel cases and, later, cigar lighters and cutters. A highlighted lot in the…

    TROPICAL LANDSCAPE MIXED MEDIA
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    Three-Day Auction Session III

    The third session of Charlton Hall Auctioneers’ upcoming Three-Day Auction features Vienna porcelain, silver flatware and dinnerware, vintage furniture, figural lamps, and more. The sale will also offer Asian art and antiques, including hardwood sculptures and Chinese jade.  At the top of the listings is a carved hardwood sculpture of…

    Tiffany & Co Beekman pattern silver teaspoon set in original case (12pcs)
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    Major Estates Auction Day 1

    American Impressionist Edmund Charles Tarbell learned his craft while studying in Paris, working under Gustave Boulanger, Jules-Joseph Lefebvre, and Adolphe William Bouguereau. Both the Impressionists and the Old Masters who influenced the development of his style. Often painting upper-class women at leisure, Tarbell’s work enjoyed popularity among wealthy American patrons.…

    Two Italian White Marble Carpet Boules