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Tag: Rene Lalique

  • Auction Industry

    Miller & Miller's online-only Watches, Jewelry & Decorative Arts Auction will be held on Saturday, November 21st at 9 am

    The auction is a collector’s dream, filled with luxury watches by makers such as Rolex, Omega and Patek Philippe, fine jewelry and a nice mix of decorative art. Beautiful Swiss Omega ‘Pre-Moon’ Speedmaster watch (1962, Ref. 105005-62), in a stainless steel case, engraved to the previous owner on the caseback…

    Miller & Millers online-only Watches, Jewelry & Decorative Arts Auction will be held on Saturday, November 21st at 9 am
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    Unreserved Day 2

    Phillip Ratner has developed expertise in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, painting, etched glass, tapestry, drawing, and graphic arts. Most of his works focus on stories from the Old Testament of the Bible. Drawing inspiration from these stories, Ratner founded the Israel Bible Museum in Safed, Israel, and later…

    Chelsea Keramic Art Works, Tall vase
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    Fine Art & Antiques – Day 1

    Active between 1781 and 1835, the New Hall porcelain factory was a cooperative between several Staffordshire earthenware makers. The factory pioneered a new two-stage firing process, a lower temperature biscuit firing followed by a high-temperature glost firing. The resulting product – known for its hybrid hard-paste – had a milky…

    GEORGE DAVIDSON A LARGE AMBER CLOUD GLASS SATUR
  • Auction Industry

    Clarke Auction Gallery features art, jewelry, silver April 26

    Leading the fine art category is a Daniel Hermann Anton Melbye seascape oil on canvas ($8/12,000), signed lower right, 33¼ by 60 inches. LARCHMONT, NY.- Evolving as countless other businesses have in recent weeks, Clarke Auction Gallery has shifted to an online-only bidding model for its upcoming auction on Sunday, April…

    Clarke Auction Gallery features art, jewelry, silver April 26
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    Fine Art, Jewelry, Antiques, Asian & Mid-Century Auction

    Gerald Laing became a fixture in the British Pop Art movement while still attending university. He traveled to the United States in 1963 and met Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Just two years later, however, Laing turned his attention away from Pop Art to sculpture, which he would focus on…

    Rene Lalique Hirondelles Glass Chandelier
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    Important Tiffany Lamps, Lalique Glass, Fine Art, Jewelry And More

    Although Louis Comfort Tiffany began as a trained painter, he would be best known for his contributions to glasswork and the Art Nouveau movement. The son of Charles Lewis Tiffany—the founder of Tiffany & Co.—the younger Tiffany began exploring the medium after his travels through Europe and Morocco. He focused…

    ADOLFO BELIMBAU (ITALIAN, 1845-1938).
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    Guns, Militaria, Dolls & Toys, Trains

    René Lalique’s work is appreciated for its innovative motifs and creative glass designs. Lalique rose to fame with his creation of jewelry, mostly featuring women as sensuous characters and animals. A Sauterelles (Grasshopper) vase from Lalique’s making is at the forefront of the upcoming auction presented by Bunte Auctions Services…

    DEL BONO, ENRICO/Auctiondaily