10 Press Releases

Tag: Lamp

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    Online Only Decorative Arts- Session Two

    The American artist Louis Michel Eilshemius earned critical acclaim for his work relatively late in life. In the 1930s, he caught the attention of the collector and critic Duncan Phillips (of the Phillips Collection), who gave him a steady rise to fame. A landscape painting by Eilshemius will be featured…

    Nine silhouettes, 19th c.
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    Style: Furniture, Silver, Ceramics

    This April, Sotheby's offers a variety of vintage furniture, silver collectibles, and ceramics from as early as the 16th century. One highlighted piece of furniture is a pair of kingwood and Chinese lacquer bookcases. The pair was created through the combined effort of father-son duo Jean-Charles and Claude-Charles Saunier around…

    A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN RABBIT TUREEN AND COVER, 19TH CENTURY
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    Design Signature Auction - Dallas #8003

    A set of Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti chairs will be featured in the upcoming Design Signature Auction, presented by Heritage Auctions. The French duo collaborated for many years to create imaginative furniture. Their designs have appeared in museums around the world, including the Musée des Arts décoratifs et Du Design…

    Daniel Owen Dailey (American, 1947) Balustra...
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    April Eclectic Auction

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi was a leading Italian printmaker in the 18th century. An ardent lover of Roman architecture, Piranesi produced many etchings of the city, from prisons to architectural ruins. He helped pioneer the rediscovery of Roman remains and was a key figure in the development of the Neoclassical style.…

    ROOKWOOD LIDDED SCENT JAR; DATED 1888
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    Firearms, Militaria & Tools Auction

    The Firearms, Militaria, and Tools Auction, offered by Cordier Auctions, includes colt revolvers, shotguns, weapons from World War II, and various automatic and semi-automatic rifles. Featured is a first-generation single-action Army Colt revolver. The 5.5-inch barrel is marked “Colt's PT FA Mfg. Co., Hartford, CT, U.S.A.” A WWII Karabiner 43…

    Beretta Model 1934 Military Pistol, Cal. .380ACP
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    Fine Art & Antiques Auction

    The Galaxie was Ford’s leading full-size car from 1959 until 1974, rivaling Chevrolet’s Impala. The car was given the name “Galaxie” as a marketing effort to generate interest in the Space Race, started a few years prior. Available in the Fine Art & Antiques Auction offered by Lewis & Maese…

    VINTAGE CAST IRON ELEMENT DECORATIVE LAMPS
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    Rookwood: The Pritsker Collection

    Over several decades, renowned American art pottery collectors Hilda and Ted Pritsker amassed a collection that includes Rookwood, Roseville, and Newcomb College pieces. The upcoming auction presented by Rago features many of the works assembled by the Pritskers. Particularly highlighted in the sale is a 1901 sea-green lamp by Kataro Shiramadani and…

    Kataro Shirayamadani for Rookwood, exceptional Dark Iris vase with herons and cattails
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    Art + Design

    The meticulously curated auction Art + Design by Wright features a collection of modern furniture and contemporary art that is both witty and bold.  The museum-quality compilation blends humor with designs that defy convention, with each piece chosen for its earned importance in the art community. Chairs and lamps are…

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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…