Archive for July, 2011

Bonhams Name Dr Thomas Kamm as Senior Representative for Germany

. July 19, 2011 . 0 Comments

Bonhams has announced the appointment of Dr Thomas Kamm as the company’s Senior Representative in Germany, with immediate effect. Dr Kamm, has had a distinguished career as an art academic and leading journalist in the art world. For more than twenty years Dr Kamm has worked at as an editor or editor-in-chief in the German […]

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Royal Collection to Display Faberge Masterpieces

Royal Collection to Display Faberge Masterpieces

. July 17, 2011 . 0 Comments

Over 100 masterpieces from the finest collection of Fabergé in the world will go on display from Saturday, 23rd July as part of a special exhibition at Buckingham Palace this summer. Royal Fabergé will chart the Royal Family’s enduring passion for the work of the great Russian jeweller and goldsmith, Peter Carl Fabergé, over six […]

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Boston Rare Maps Offers Civil War Maps and Ephemera

Boston Rare Maps Offers Civil War Maps and Ephemera

. July 16, 2011 . 0 Comments

Boston Rare Maps, one of the country’s premier specialists in rare and unusual antique maps, presents a unique selection of original maps and ephemera from the American Civil War. Included is an iconic 1864 Currier & Ives political cartoon, a schematic map detailing the battle of Gettysburg and a handwritten report by a South Carolina […]

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51st Annual Eagle River Antique Show and Sale Aug 5-6

. July 7, 2011 . 0 Comments

This antique show is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Eagle River. All the proceeds from this show, including all the fees collected at the door, are used by the Rotary Club for their special community projects. This show is the longest running antique show in the Northwood’s and the ONLY antique show up North […]

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Cleveland Museum of Art Acquires 13th Century Chinese Carved Lacquer Box

Cleveland Museum of Art Acquires 13th Century Chinese Carved Lacquer Box

. July 4, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Cleveland Museum of Art has acquired a rare 13th Century Chinese Carved Lacquer Box. Chinese Carved Lacquer Box with decoration of two birds and peonies, China, late Southern Song to early Yuan dynasty, late 13th century. Carved lacquer;d: 40 cm x h: 20 cm. The Chinese lacquer box further enhances the museum’s renowned Asian […]

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