Nye & Company Auctioneers
What you like is all that matters at Nye auctioneers. Staff members are knowledgeable, helpful, and nationally-known experts who work together to find the antiques and collectibles that will become heirlooms for you and your children. Dawson's was acquired by John and Kathleen Nye after his long and fruitful career at Sotheby's. Seven years after Dawson and Nye began in 2003, they relocated the business to Bloomfield and renamed it Nye and Company. Though they maintain relationships all over the country, the bulk of the business comes from the Trust and Estate community in the region comprises three states.
Glass Sculpture by Lino Tagliapietra
See this glass sculpture by Lino Tagliapietra at Nye and company. The Venetian glassblowing techniques of Lino Tagliapietra have made him a leading expert in the field. The glassmaking of Tagliapietra combines American and Murano traditions. Tagliapietra independently developed the colors used in the 2006 glass sculpture. It is believed that these colors give the glassworks a more Venetian feel. A glazed ceramic bowl by Edwin and Mary Scheier is another highlight of the auction. Studio pottery was revived by the couple with unusual clay forms and abstract decorations. Frederick Hart’s acrylic sculpture with a black illuminated pedestal, titled A new chapter in the Illuminata saga additionally, is available. Sculptures by Hart depict abstract forms and movements inspired by Auguste Rodin. It creates an appearance of fluidity in his sculptures that is reminiscent of ice. This is what is available A new chapter in the Illuminata saga acrylic sculpture shows two embracing figures at the center of the piece. Acrylic shrouds them from view at certain angles.
A Rare Ingo Maurer Lamp Design
Nye auction presented a rare Ingo Maurer lamp design. Ingo Maurer was a light fashioner broadly known as the 'writer of light.' Maurer regularly made lights from broken earthenware, multi-dimensional images, brilliant bulbs, and tea sifters. A Wurlitzer multi-selector jukebox model 500 is among the sale's driving parcels. The jukebox configuration incorporates pivoting chambers and fine metalwork. The impending Chic and Antique Auction will likewise include Chippendale, Art Nouveau, and George III furniture pieces; precious stone ceiling fixtures; and glass table lights from Tiffany Studios. Composite Classical Woman forms by Lorenzo Dal Torrione will be accessible too.
20th-century blue-leather walnut club chairs
A Philadelphia respectable man who never found a remedy for gathering entrusted a ton of his stash as he migrated to North Carolina. Throughout the long term, esoterica grabbed his attention while caprice stimulated his amusing bone. Accordingly, the deal incorporates huge chunks of string, a mitt seat, paint-designed platforms and a gathering of American violins with cut figural terminals. They portray bugs, reptiles, birds, individuals and that's just the beginning.
Out of an associated all out creation with just 1,000 pieces, the many bits of Desert Sand Pottery up for bid are the ideal extra for the Arts and Crafts tasteful, as creation of the mission-twirl stoneware started simultaneously and proceeded all through a significant part of the twentieth century. A New England gatherer turns out to sell some proper oak furniture and Hampshire stoneware, so the circumstance is ideally suited for the quintessential authority.
Right around a fourth of the sale is sourced from the assortment of William and Linda Weimer of Florida and Ohio. A significant number of the pieces highlight old, undisturbed surfaces, for example, the two-cabinet stand and opposite side tables. There are two representations recorded verso by Milton Hopkins, (American, 1789-1844) and portray Ohioans, Amanda Hollister and Levi Knowlton.
A New Hampshire Queen Anne high bureau, a Philadelphia Federal mahogany tall clock and a Regency arched mirror with intricate oak leaf adornment feature the furnishings. The Jacob Hurd pepper pot, the William Plummer dish-cross and the Scottish tea kettle alongside period andirons and hearth hardware, fine floor coverings, English, Dutch and Chinese "smalls" consolidate to make this an envious assortment.
Another tranche from a New Jersey and California assortment is solid on mats and glass, for example, the Fenice Art design by Lino Tagliapietra, (Italian, b. 1934), the Murano glass vessel and the K. Dahl fish. There is a room-size Tabriz cover and a decent Bidjar too.
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