1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "decorative art"

  2. An extravaganza of gold, precious woodcarvings, silverware, and tapestries, the Louvre’s new $33 Million opulent 18th century Decorative Arts Galleries officially open on June 6. 

    Take a peek inside

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  3. Spring has finally arrived and with it the perfect time to reinvent yourself and redecorate your residence .. with small, elegant statement pieces making a great difference, may we suggest this breathtaking René Lalique vase? It is on offer as part of Bukowski Stockholm’s Modern Sale.  

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  4. Good news for those planning a trip to romantic Paris this summer: After a multimillion restoration and nearly 10-year-long absence, the Louvre’s beautiful collection of 18th-century decorative arts will go back on view starting June 6. 

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  5. From this spectacular $39 Million diamond to a Shakyamuni Buddha: the top 10 decorative art lots of 2013.

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  6. The most sought-after items in Decorative Art auctions seem to be jewelry and rare objects of Asian and Persian origin. From the $83,351,534 Pink Star diamond (pictured) to a seated Shakyamuni Buddha, have a look at the top 10 decorative art lots of 2013. 

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  7. Auctions in Texas

    Mark your calendars: On Saturday, June 15, 2013, Heritage Auctions Texas will host their highly anticipated and beautiful European Paintings Signature Auction. From a lively Torriglia to a suspenseful Vlaminck and wistful Renoir, click through to get a sneak-peek of the sale

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  8. Treasures of the Qing Court

    Decorative Art fans: Take a minute to browse Sotheby’s beautiful sale, Treasures of the Qing Court. A Personal Perspective, a 22 lot single owner sale comprised of Fine Imperial ceramics and works of art from the Qing Dynasty. 

    One of the highlights of the sale was this rare, blue Magpie and Prunus moonflask, which sold for 1,049,250 GBP! 

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  9. It’s Frieze Week

    We were out and about yesterday previewing London’s PAD, one of the leading fairs for 20th-century art, Design, and Decorative Art, in the heart of vibrant Mayfair. 

    While we were out, we also stopped by Blain Southern and The Hospital Club. 

    Flip through our album and take a look at what’s happening during Frieze Week. 

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  10. Qing Dynasty Porcelain

    Dr. Alice Cheng, the Shanghai-born businesswoman and philanthropist, has put together a formidable collection of Imperial Chinese porcelain over the last 15 years. Many of her pieces, from the Yongzheng famille-rose peach vase that she donated to the Shanghai Museum in 2004 to the record-breaking J.T. Tai vase, were purchased with great passion and almost on a whim.

    This season, a beautiful small selection from Dr. Alice Cheng’s collection will be auctioned at Sotheby’s.

    Browse the broad spectrum of Asian Art

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  11. Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

    Happening this weekend: The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show! As one of the largest indoor antiques shows in the country, this show offers everything from Fine Art and furniture to American and European silver, jewelry, porcelain, glass, and textiles, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th-century.

    The show also offers a free, public lecture series headlined by exhibiting dealers and industry experts. Another highlight of the event will be the 70-dealer Antiquarian Book Fair within the show that will feature rare books, first editions, autographs, fine manuscripts, and unusual bibliographical material.

    Check out what artnet Galleries are offering in Decorative Arts and Antiques

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  12. Shakespeare: Staging the World

    During the summer of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the British Museum presents a major exhibition on the world and works of William Shakespeare.

    Shakespeare: Staging the World provides new and unique insight into the emergence of London as a major city 400 years ago. Maps, prints, drawings and paintings, arms and armour, coins, medals, and other intriguing objects are all interpreted through the innovative perspective of Shakespeare’s plays.

    Discover Decorative Art and Antiques.

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  13. Picasso Ceramics At Christie’s

    Christie’s South Kensington is auctioning The Madoura Collection of Picasso Ceramics  today! 

    This is the last ever opportunity for collectors to purchase these works by Picasso directly from where they were made, at the Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, France! 

    Pictured are a few of the featured lots - preview the entire ceramics sale

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  14. Washington’s Constitution At Auction

    George Washington’s annotated copy of the Constitution and Bill of Rights is set to be auctioned at Christie’s New York on June 22, with an estimate of US$2,000,000–3,000,000! 

    Browse American Decorative Art from colonial times to 1900, an intriguing time when the new, young country came into its own.

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  15. TiffanyWisteria Lamp Sets Record

    Somebody loves Tiffany Studios—this gorgeous Tiffany Wisteria Lamp was sold for US$602,500 last week at Christie’s New York, making it the most expensive lot in the sale!

    Browse more Decorative Art or head straight to the Tiffany Studios!


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  16. Noguchi Table Sells For US$2.9 million

    Estimated to sell for US$800,000, this Isamu Noguchi marble fossil table sold for twice its estimate: an incredible US$2,882,500, at Christie’s Important 20th Century Decorative Art & Design sale yesterday. 

    Get up to date on the latest auction results

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