5 Press Releases

Tag: Cabinet

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    Dalva Brothers: Parisian Taste In New York

    The Dalva Brothers is a third-generation firm specializing in 18th-century decorative arts from numerous countries. They've sold pieces to the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and others. Christie's presents an auction with over 250 lots from the Dalva Brothers firm, particularly featuring French furniture. One of the highlighted lots…

    A PAIR OF LOUIS XV ORMOLU, GLASS AND PORCELAIN VASES
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    The Nation's Finest Antique Garden & Architectural- Day 1

    Kamelot Auctions presents over 450 pieces of furniture and decorative arts in the upcoming Nation's Finest Antique Garden & Architectural auction. A 1978 kinetic sculpture by Jerome Kirk, titled Four Red Rings, is highlighted. Especially influenced by Alexander Calder’s work, Kirk’s kinetic sculptures are finely balanced to move in pendular ways…

    19TH C. TERRACOTTA DRAPED FIGURE GARDEN STATUE
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    Doyle at Home

    In the upcoming sale Doyle at Home, auction house Doyle offers fine art and décor from prominent estates and collections across the country. A favorite among designers, architects, and magazine editors, the auction series is an exceptional resource for fine living and offers an opportunity to recreate interiors viewed in…

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    European Furniture & Decorative Art

    The European Furniture & Decorative Arts auction by Skinner features over 600 decorative pieces including fine china, silver, and ceramics, as well as furniture of the 18th through 20th centuries. With bids beginning from $50 to $7,500, the auction has a variety of categories and price points for European ware. …

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    The Michael J Kittredge Collection

    The Michael J Kittredge Collection auction offered by Rafael Osona Auctions features many furnishings from the Kittredge family estate “ACKlandia” on Nantucket Island.  After amassing a large fortune in the candle business, the Kittredges formed the Kittredge Foundation, supporting many Massachusetts hospitals and schools, and cultivated a large decorative arts…