28 Press Releases

Tag: Rugs

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    Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets Online

    Skinner will bring over 400 Turkish, Caucasian, Persian, and Chinese rugs to auction in the upcoming online sale. Among the featured items is a room-sized Bakshaish carpet from the 1880s. Made in today’s northwestern Iran, Bakshaish rugs are known for their rustic, tribal influences and noteworthy craftsmanship. This decorative carpet…

    Serapi Carpet
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    Interiors - Online Only

    Hindman is offering its Interiors – Online Only auction, set to feature a late 20th-century Lalique Miroir Cygnes swans centerpiece. The swans are made of mold-blown and frosted glass with a mirrored underplate. A French gilt and patinated bronze candelabrum is also highlighted. This 19th-century candelabrum is shaped like a…

    Interiors – Online Only
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    Asian, European & American Decorative Arts & Rugs

    Gray’s Auctioneers will offer the upcoming Asian, European & American Decorative Arts & Rugs auction, which includes almost 300 lots. In this sale, a KPM porcelain plaque, a Chinese hall bench, and a Japanese table can be found. Other lots of interest include a red Persian Turkoman wool rug, an…

    A Chinese Glass and Porcelain Flowering Tree
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    Fine Decorative and Collectible Antique Oriental Rugs

    Material Culture presents a selection of decorative antique rugs in the upcoming auction. The featured lots come from areas such as Persia, Caucasus, Turkey, India, and China. Persian rugs and tapestries are particularly highlighted. One such item is a Farahan Sarouk rug from the 1890s. Farahan rugs come from a…

    Fine Decorative and Collectible Antique Oriental Rugs
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    Ancient, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts

    The ancient inhabitants of Nayarit were proficient in ceramics. At that time, pottery became a visual method of expression to pass on religious, philosophical, and astronomical knowledge. Several pieces of ancient Nayarit pottery from 200 BCE to 200 CE will be showcased in the upcoming Ancient, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts…

    International Ethnographic Arts
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    Collections

    The upcoming Collections auction, offered by Susanin’s, is anchored by pens, coins, timepieces, toys, and ethnographic art. One of the featured lots is a Buddy “L” Express Line toy truck. The toy line was named after the son of Fred Lundahl, the founder of the company. Lundahl began his business…

    MONTEGRAPPA COSMOPOLITAN GOTHIC STERLING PEN.
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    President's Weekend Gallery Auction

    Leland Little presents a selection of decorative arts, Asian arts and antiques, and collectibles in the upcoming Presidents’ Gallery Weekend Auction. Featured is a LeCoultre Atmos clock. The clock was invented in 1928 by Swiss engineer Jean-Léon Reutter, who desired to create a clock that would run forever. The result…

    President's Weekend Gallery Auction
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    Liquidation Auction

    The upcoming Liquidation Auction, offered by Morton Subastas, will feature paintings, books, and furniture. A key highlight is an untitled acrylic painting by José Castro Leñero, the winner of the Rufino Tamayo sixth and eighth biennial artistic competitions. Known for his hyperrealistic paintings, the available piece depicts a scene of Mexico…

    Scene of mother and daughters. XIX century. Engraving, dry point technique on paper. Signature A.P. Framed in carved wood.
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    Online Only Decorative Arts

    Luigi Rist was an artist who combined American style with Japanese woodcuts. One of these woodcuts is on offer in the Online Only Decorative Arts auction, presented by Pook & Pook, Inc. The framed piece shows a yellow dish with purple fruit and green leaves, all resting on a tabletop. …

    Blue and white porcelain
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    Session 2 - New Year's Signature Estates Auction

    Belgium clockmaker Zacharie Joseph Raingo was particularly known for his astronomical clocks, which his sons sold through their Raingo Frères firm in the early 1800s. Recognized in the 1860s for the quality of their bronzes, Raingo Frères supplied several clocks to Emperor Napoleon III. Many of these now reside in…

    John James Audubon "Blue Crane Or Heron" Havell
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    The New Year's Weekend Gallery Auction

    In the early 18th century, Spanish master Francisco Goya created Los Caprichos, a satire of his contemporary society. Goya’s body of work was withdrawn from public sale and published as an album in 1799. Almost two centuries later, in the mid-1970s, Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí offered his interpretation of Goya’s work in the…

    Eickholt, Art Glass Vase
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    Native American & Spanish Colonial

    Turner Auctions + Appraisals is set to offer the upcoming Native American & Spanish Colonial auction. In this sale, Indigenous and European baskets, rugs, oil paintings, and jewelry will be available. Highlighted is a painting by Victor Higgins. The artist was just fifteen years old when he left his parents…

    Native American & Spanish Colonial
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    American Indian Art: Timed Auction

    The warmth a Moki blanket brought the Navajo people during long winters made it one of their most prized possessions. Moki blankets and rugs, like the one available in the American Indian Art Auction by Cowan's, are among the most popular forms of Native American decorative art for collectors. In…

    Hopi Anya Mana (Corn Maiden) AND Tahaum Soyoko (Black Ogre's Uncle) Katsinas, From The Harriet and Seymour Koenig Collection, New York
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    November Estate Fine Art & Antique Auction

    Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers in their November Estate Fine Art & Antique sale present multiple vintage car and bike models for their automotive collectors. Additionally, for those who seek a modern restoration of classic cars, the auction offers two prime models. The 1939 Cadillac Series 75 Convertible V8 Sedan and…

    Corviniello Bronze MOP Inlaid Charger
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    Fine Furniture, Silver, Decorative and Folk Art

    The prevalence of mosaics has been observed in architectural establishments from the 4th century. It was especially popular for decorating walls and ceilings of the Christian basilicas during the Byzantine Empire. Marble mosaics were used in fine architectural buildings like the Hagia Sofia and the Basilica of San Vitale in…

    Hindman Auction
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    American Indian Art: Timed Auction

    The warmth a Moki blanket brought the Navajo people during long winters made it one of their most prized possessions. Moki blankets and rugs, like the one available in the American Indian Art Auction by Cowan's, are among the most popular forms of Native American decorative art for collectors. In…

    Cowan’s Auctions
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    Fine & Collectible Antique Oriental Rugs

    Material Culture is offering beautiful and well-made rugs of all shapes and sizes in it’s Fine Decorative & Collectible Antique Oriental Rugs Auction. Highlighted in the action are an antique palace-sized Serapi rug, and an antique mansion-sized Heriz rug, both from Persia. Made in the 19th century, the red and…

    Fine & Collectible Antique Oriental Rugs/AuctionDaily
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    Doyle at Home

    Successful interior design marries room functionality with beauty, and ideally provides a haven for inhabitants.  It also tells a story of the inhabitants through the placement and selection of objects. It is no wonder that harmonizing such designs can be a daunting task, but  Doyle’s September auction, Doyle at Home…

    Doyle at Home/AuctionDaily
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    Art of the American West

    The Art of the American West Auction by John Moran Auctioneers offers a wide array of Western and Native American art and objects. The list includes Western-genre paintings and American landscapes spanning from the 19th century to contemporary, bronzes and sculptures by Western and Native American artists, Navajo weavings, and…

    John Moran Auctioneers
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    Oriental Rugs from American Estates

    The Oriental Rugs from American Estates auction, offered by Material Culture, is a collection of textile works made up almost entirely of rugs. Though, there are a few other unusual textile items of note in the sale. Among the most valuable pieces up for bid is an antique silk dragon…