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Tag: Tabriz

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    1stbid Presents Midwinter Auction of Fine Art & Exceptional Rugs

    Tabriz, a major city in Northwest Persia near the Turkish border, is known for its classically styled antique carpets handwoven since the 15th century. These carpets have maintained high technical standards as well as a wide variety of repertoires. Antique Tabriz rugs come in every shade from brilliant rich colors…

    Vintage Tabriz Rug
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    Vintage Persian Tabriz and Serapi Carpets Available With Nazmiyal Auctions

    Nazmiyal Auctions’ upcoming Antique, Vintage & Modern Rug sale features a variety of Persian carpets and other woven spreads. Among the top lots is an animal design Persian Tabriz rug that measures over 14 feet long. It dates back to the early 20th century during a revival of traditional weaving…

    Animal Design Antique Persian Tabriz Rug
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    Art Glass Sculpture by Lino Tagliapietra Highlights Upcoming Nye & Co. Auction

    Lino Tagliapietra is a glass art expert known for his Venetian glassblowing techniques. Tagliapietra's work features a cultural mix of American and Murano glassmaking. The upcoming auction from Nye & Co. presents a Fenice art glass sculpture by Lino Tagliapietra. The 2006 glass sculpture features unique colors which Tagliapietra independently…

    Lino Tagliapietra, Fenice Art Glass Scupture
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    Hindman Brings a George II Giltwood Table to Auction

    A George II giltwood table in the manner of William Kent is among the leading lots in Hindman’s upcoming auction. Often commissioned by Georges I and II, William Kent was among the most prominent designers of the early 18th century. He helped bring together the two worlds of architecture and…

    A George II Giltwood Marble-Top Pier Table in the Manner of William Kent
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    Tabriz, Hereke Silk, and Nichols Chinese Carpets at Doyle

    Doyle will offer Tabriz, Hereke silk, and Nichols Chinese carpets in the upcoming Rugs and Carpets auction. These carpets and rugs date back to the 19th and 20th centuries and come from Persia, Turkey, China, and North India. A Tabriz carpet is among the key lots. This carpet, coming from…

    Tabriz Carpet
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    European Furniture & Decorative Arts

    In 1878, Edward C. Moore, design director and head of the silver workshops at Tiffany & Co., created a champlevé enamel after-dinner service. Champlevé is the technique of removing silver from an item’s surface to create a space for enamel. Moore's Saracenic designs, which used shaded and matte-finished enamels, were…

    Zsolnay Pecs Green Lustre Eosin Glazed Vase
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    Paintings, Furniture, Decorative Arts & Rugs

    John Singer Sargent was a portrait painter known for his work with Edwardian royals. His landscape paintings often explored the Impressionist style, unlike the more traditional approach used in his portraits. Many of these landscapes were influenced by Claude Monet, who painted around the same period. The upcoming auction, offered…

    Nathaniel K. Gibbs. Women of Diversity Oil
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    July Estate Fine Art & Antique

    Maqbool Fida Husain, popularly known as M. F. Husain, was an Indian painter and filmmaker famous for his brightly colored modified Cubist paintings. Nicknamed the “Picasso of India,” Husain started his career creating Bollywood film posters. His paintings of horses depict his signature style – a combination of Indian tribal,…

    B. Prabha O/C Portrait Painting of a Young Woman
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    Fine Art, Furniture and Decorative Art

    In this Fine Art, Furniture, and Decorative Art auction, offered by Gray’s Auctioneers, a Persian Tabriz silk rug will be featured. Tabriz rugs come from the famous carpet making center of Iran. These carpets reached their height during the 12th through the 16th centuries. Highlighted is a more contemporary Kashmir…

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    English & Continental Furniture, Silver & Decorative Arts

    Silverware underwent many changes during the reign of George III. During his first few years in power, George II-style silver was still in use. It was only after the American Revolution that silverware returned to simpler forms from the Queen Anne period. After 1790, the demand for intricate designs was…

    Royal Interest- George III Sterling Silver Sugar Vase
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    DuMouchelles Friday, May 15th Auction

    From the 1750s to date, the Chippendale style has been popular in furniture design. It is characterized by simple and elegant designs, a departure from the French Rococo style. Its popularity helped Thomas Chippendale become one of the leading cabinetmakers of the 18th century. The upcoming DuMouchelles auction features a…

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    Mother’s Day April 26th Auction

    One of the featured lots in the upcoming Mother’s Day April 26th Auction, presented by Gallery 63, is an ‘X’ motif diamond and yellow gold ring. Designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co., the name of the brand and designer is stamped on the inside of the ring. Another…

    Mother's Day April 26th Auction
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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.…

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    April Evening Sale

    Rockport painter Kenneth J. Knowles is known for his Impressionist landscape paintings. Knowles learned his craft under the guidance of master artists Stapleton Kearns, John Terelak, and T.M. Nicholas. The upcoming April Evening Sale, presented by Eldred's, features an oil on masonite work titled A Woman in Her Garden by…

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    Carpets and Textiles Online

    Featured in the upcoming Carpets and Textiles online auction is a Persian Tabriz carpet. This rug was likely made in the city of Tabriz, one of the oldest rug weaving centers in present-day northwest Iran. It bears a pattern of flowers and hexagons in shades of brown, tan, and black.…

    Carpets and Textiles Online
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    For those looking to refurbish and revive a space, whether it is a room or a home or an office, the upcoming REdesigned auction will offer a wide selection of fine art and furniture, décor including paintings from some artistic masters. John Moran Auctioneers are presenting seascape by romantic painter…

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