Dinesh Kumar

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Paintings by Eanger Couse and Ivan Choultse will Headline Neue Auctions' Online-Only Halcyon Sale

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 14, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Original oil on canvas paintings by acclaimed artists Eanger Irving Couse (American, 1866-1936) and Ivan Federovich Choultse (Russian/French, 1874-1913) are the expected headliners in an online-only Halcyon Sale planned for Saturday, June 29th, by Neue Auctions, starting promptly at 10 am Eastern time. “The summer auction will provide bidders with beautiful bucolic animals in bronze, original paintings and engravings, idyllic landscapes and still lifes, and objects of desire,” said Cynthia Maciejewski of Neue Auctions. “All lots may be viewed at our gallery preview from June 24th to 28th, from 10-5.” The gallery is located at 23533 Mercantile Rd. (Suite 100) in Beachwood. The small, recently unearthed painting by Eanger Irving Couse, titled Turkey Hunter, done circa 1926, is in original condition and was recently added to the artist’s catalog raisonné. The 8 inch by 10 inch work (canvas) is framed under glass in a period giltwood frame. It’s ... Continue reading →

Ahlers & Ogletree's Summer Estates & Collections Auction held Jun 5-6th in Atlanta Grosses $419,000

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 13, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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A Niermann Weeks ‘Calais’ six-light chandelier lit up the room for $5,115, an 18th century American School oil on canvas portrait of a boy with his dog realized $4,538, an impressive Kirk & Son sterling repousse pitcher gaveled for $4,840, and a gorgeous pair of Italian burled veneer pedestal cabinets fetched $2,723 in two days of auctions held June 5th and 6th by Ahlers & Ogletree. The 522-lot Summer Estates & Collections auction was held live in the Ahlers & Ogletree gallery at 1788 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard NW in Atlanta, as well as online. Session 1, on June 5th, featured 246 lots of English and American decorative arts, fine art and furniture. Session 2, on June 6th, had 276 lots of Continental decorative arts, fine arts, furniture and silver. The two days grossed about $419,000. The Niermann Weeks (American, 1978) ‘Calais’ six-light chandelier, measuring 32 ¼ inches tall and 34 inches in diameter, had a gilt finished metal ... Continue reading →

Dr. Aliza Hanif Joins Woodside Dental Care

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 12, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Woodside Dental Care recently announced the addition of Dr. Aliza Hanif DDS to its staff of dental practitioners. Dr. Hanif sees patients Monday through Friday at Woodside Dental Care’s location at 36 South Main Street in Assonet. “We’re delighted to have Dr. Hanif join us here at Woodside. She shares our belief in evidence-based, comprehensive dentistry,” said Dr. Derek Cornetta, DDS or DMD? “Beyond her knowledge and skill, Aliza enjoys connecting with individuals from all walks of life and brings that demeanor to each patient encounter. That provides a comfortable environment and puts the focus on tailoring a treatment plan to each patient’s specific needs.” Dr. Hanif received her doctorate at the University of New England-College of Dental Medicine in 2021. She also holds a master’s degree from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College. “I had worked in the ... Continue reading →

Items Signed by Lincoln, Dylan, FDR, Freud, Others are in University Archives June 26 Online Auction

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 11, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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A carte de visite photograph of Abraham Lincoln signed by him less than three weeks before his assassination, the lyrics of the song Tangled Up in Blue written in Bob Dylan’s hand and signed by him at the bottom, and a document in Russian signed by Peter the Great from 1717 are a few of the expected highlights in University Archives’ online-only Rare Autographs, Manuscripts, Books & Space Memorabilia auction slated for Wednesday, June 26th. The auction will start promptly at 10:00 am Eastern time. All 510 lots in the catalog are up for viewing and bidding now – on the University Archives website – www.UniversityArchives.com – as well as Invaluable.com, Auctionzip.com and LiveAuctioneers.com. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted. Items signed by many of history’s brightest stars will come up for bid. “The earlier than usual start time to this auction is a concession to the monumental size – over 500 lots – of our ... Continue reading →

Premiere Props' Online-Only Sports & Olympics Memorabilia Auction Slated for Saturday, June 22nd

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 8, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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An outstanding single-owner collection of sports memorabilia featuring basketballs signed by legends Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson and James Worthy; signed and graded Mickey Mantle baseball cards; actual Olympic torches from the 1984, 1996 and 2002 Games; and a treasure trove of John Wooden memorabilia will all come up for bid in an Internet-only Sports & Olympics Memorabilia auction slated for Saturday, June 22nd, by Premiere Props. The auction, beginning at 11 am Pacific time, will be hosted on iCollector.com, HiBid.com and LiveAuctioneers.com. “Bidders will be able to dive into sports history and beyond with this incredible collection of sports memorabilia,” said Dan Levin of Premiere Props. “The catalog includes once-in-a-lifetime items for basketball fans, Los Angeles Lakers fans, baseball fans, football fanatics and horse racing aficionados. It’s a chance to own a piece of sports history.” The Kobe Bryant signed basketballs include an ... Continue reading →

Murdick's Fudge Celebrates Double The Sweetness with National Fudge Day and Father's Day

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 4, 2024

Food & Beverage

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Murdick's Fudge, the iconic fudge maker with more than 135 years of history, is excited to celebrate National Fudge Day, which this year coincides with Father's Day on June 16. This unique overlap presents a perfect opportunity to reflect on the rich history of fudge and honor the dads with a sweet tooth—and without The Rich History of Fudge Most believe National Fudge Day was concocted (or confected) with when the first batch was created by accident when a batch of caramel didn't come out right. Around that same period, Murdick's Fudge began when sailmaker Henry Murdick's wife Sara created her own version of fudge on Mackinac Island in Michigan. Murdick's Candy Kitchen opened that same year in 1887. Murdick's Fudge opened on Martha's Vineyard in 1978. There, they have crafted their own identity on the island. That starts with mouth-watering homemade fudge and an opening day lineup for 15 flavors, including: Plain Vanilla, Butter Pecan, Penuche, ... Continue reading →

Day 3 of Holabird's June 6th-9th Auction in Reno is Loaded with Many Historically Significant Items

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 4, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Reno, NV, USA, June 4, 2024 -- Holabird Western Americana Collections’ four-day American History & Hall of Fame Showcase auction, June 6th thru 9th, online and live in the Reno gallery, is packed with more than 2,300 lots of collectible treasures in a broad range of categories, but bidders would be wise to give special attention to the rare, special items up for bid on Day 3, Saturday, June 8th. The day is loaded with 595 lots of Wells Fargo & Express, outlaws and lawmen, autographs, Rev War and early military, President Lincoln, the JFK assassination, Black Americana, Civil War, Gen. George A. Custer, presidential, firearms and weaponry, sports / Hall of Fame, baseball and basketball, boxing, football and other items. But some of the lots are truly historically significant. Black Americana will be led by lot 3084, an original ferrotype photograph of eight of the founding members of the Philadelphia Vigilance Committee and the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society (better ... Continue reading →

Miller & Miller's Three Online Auctions in Two Days, June 15-16, will Feature Two Major Collections

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 1, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. will hold three online-only auctions on two days – Saturday and Sunday, June 15th and 16th. The June 15th event will be an Automobilia, Petroliana & Advertising auction, featuring the Dr. Michael Francis collection. June 16th will be split into two sessions: a Canadiana, Advertising & Historic Objects auction featuring the Jon Church collection; and an Automobilia & Advertising auction later in the day.  “We’ve segmented the content of these collections,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “Saturday is geared toward petroliana and soda advertising, while Sunday’s focus is on country store advertising and some great historical objects.”  Things will heat up quickly on June 15th, with the late Dr. Michael Francis collection certain to create a swarm of interest with bidders. Dr. Francis was an automobile enthusiast known for his keen eye, knowledge and judging acumen. ... Continue reading →

Nye & Company will Hold A Two-Day, Online-Only Gentleman's Collector Auction, June 12th-13th

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 1, 2024

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Nye & Company Auctioneers will hold a two-day, online-only Gentleman’s Collector auction on Wednesday and Thursday, June 12th and 13th, beginning promptly at 10 am Eastern time both days. The auction includes 650 lots sure to satisfy disparate collecting interests. A wide range of collectible categories will be featured. One can hear the roar of the crowd erupting as the ball soars over the bleachers. Highlights include a Babe Ruth-signed baseball from circa 1942-1945, a must-have for the dedicated Yankee fan. Signed on the sweet spot, this ball is conservatively estimated at $10,000-$15,000. There is also a Mickey Mantle signed glove and a pair of Yogi Berra signed game-worn pants. Both are estimated to sell for between $1,000-$2,000. A large group of baseball cards has been sorted into various lots as well. Conversely, the solitude and quiet epitomized by wading into a cool river may hook some trophy bidders, as the angling section of the auction includes several ... Continue reading →

by Dinesh Kumar on Jun 1, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Odd. It doesn’t look like a standard rectangular pillow. Because it is not a standard rectangular pillow. Founder and visionary Alizah Josette, a Warwick, RI resident and paralegal, struggled to find an adequate pillow that would allow unrestricted movement but prevent harmful twists and strains of the head and neck muscles. Through her persistence, dedication and numerous prototypes, she unlocked the secret to a soothing night's sleep - a pillow that cradles and supports the head and neck, promotes alignment of the spine, and allows flexibility of sleeping positions. Round and scooped out, the patented Spherehead Pillow offers a unique physical shape and physical benefits. Within a week, most users adapt and blossom. The 100% Charmeuse pillowcase, which comes with the pillow, is beneficial for all hair types. While the pillowcase is machine washable and durable, the smooth material bolsters healthy hair and helps prevent breakage. Chiropractors not only suggest it to ... Continue reading →

Holabird's Huge, Four-Day American History & Hall of Fame Showcase Auction will be Held June 6th-9th

by Dinesh Kumar on May 31, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC will greet the warm weather with a little heat of their own, in the form of a huge, four-day American History & Hall of Fame Showcase auction, June 6th thru 9th, online and live in the gallery located at 3555 Airway Drive in Reno, starting each day at 8 am Pacific time. A staggering 2,335 lots will come up for bid. “This auction boasts categories from several major collections, some more than fifty years in the making,” said Fred Holabird, the owner of Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC. “This sale closely follows a timed online-only auction last month that saw a lot of action, with some good rarities and some great buys. The timed auctions are getting more popular by the month.”   But the upcoming auction promises to be a blockbuster in every sense of the word. It will start with Day 1, on Thursday, June 6th, featuring 590 lots of Native Americana, jewelry and watches, collectibles, books / ... Continue reading →

Crescent City Auction Gallery will Hold A Two-Day Important Estates Auction, June 14-15

by Dinesh Kumar on May 31, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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A three-piece Arts and Crafts sterling silver tea service, an oil painting by British artist Alfred Fontvill De Breanski (1877-1957), a set of six Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen swan chairs and a selection of antique and vintage weapons are part of Crescent City Auction Gallery’s Important Estates Auction scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 14th & 15th. The auction – nearly 700 lots in all – will be held online and live in the Cresent City gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Start times both days will be 10 am Central. Internet bidding will be provided by the company website (CrescentCityAuctionGallery.com), as well as LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Phone and absentee bids will also be taken. Much of what is in the auction is property that has been pulled from local and regional estates. The 20th century Arts and Crafts sterling silver solitaire tea set is by Georg Jensen and Wendelas (Denmark, #28) in the Jensen Blossom ... Continue reading →

Ahlers & Ogletree to Hold A Summer Estates & Collections Auction June 5-6 Online and Live in Atlanta

by Dinesh Kumar on May 30, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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A 1997 Steinway ebony Model M baby grand piano and bench; a large pair of Paul Ferrante crystal 12-light “Anniversary” chandeliers in the Louis XIV taste; and a print on paper from a 1910 photograph by Edward S. Curtis are just a few of the expected highlights in a Summer Estates & Collections auction scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, June 5th and 6th, by Ahlers & Ogletree. The 522-lot auction will be held online and live in the Ahlers & Ogletree gallery located at 1788 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard NW in Atlanta. Session 1, on June 5th, will feature 246 lots of English and American decorative arts, fine art and furniture. Session 2, on June 6th, will contain 275 lots of Continental decorative arts, fine arts, furniture and silver. Start times for both sessions are 10 am EDT. The 1977 Steinway ebony Model M baby grand piano bears the maker’s mark as well as the serial number (548240, to the metal plate). The piano stands on spade legs and comes with ... Continue reading →

SJ Auctioneers' Online Father's Day Auction, June 16, Features, Decor, Toys, Trains, Silver, Jewelry

by Dinesh Kumar on May 25, 2024

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An online-only Father’s Day auction featuring 150 lots of décor items, vintage trains and toys, sterling silver, fine estate jewelry and more is planned for Sunday, June 16th, by SJ Auctioneers, starting at 6 pm Eastern time. Internet bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com. The artists, designers, silversmiths and manufacturers will include names such as Tiffany & Co., David Yurman, Buccellati, Gorham, Georg Jensen, Wallace, Whiting, Cartier, Kirk, Daum, Van Cleef & Arpels, Swarovski, Lalique, Herend, Maitland-Smith, Baccarat, Steuben, Armani, Hasbro, Marx, Ingersoll, Matchbox, Structo, Tootsietoy, Lionel, Tippco, Nintendo and others. Wonderful sterling silver is offered at nearly every SJ Auctioneers sale, and this one is no exception. An example is the Buccellati sterling silver and parcel-gilt Millennium Globe, 9 inches tall, with original box and paperwork. The globe is numbered (005/500) and comes with an affidavit of authenticity signed by Gianmaria Buccellati. It ... Continue reading →

French Florist Launches 'Conversion Division' to Revolutionize Independent Florist Shops

by Dinesh Kumar on May 23, 2024

Business

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Flower Empower - Winds of Change in the Floral Industry. “Conversion Division” launched by French Florist. Sowing a seed, French Florist has launched a new “Conversion Division” to help independent florist shop owners achieve bumper growth. The Los Angeles, CA-based franchise organization offers transformative and proprietary technology, increased order volume and supply chain enhancement that dramatically change the customer experience and store profit. French Florist is in the process of identifying and awarding an exclusive opportunity to the top performing independent florists in key cities. Independent florists have been at the mercy of third-party aggregators like BloomNation, FloraNext, Dove/Teleflora, 1-800-Flowers, FTD and FSN who gobbled up most of the Internet and general advertising traffic and then took up to 40% of the gross sale. French Florist’s Conversion Division is reducing that to 6% or even less. CASH CROP French Florist’s ... Continue reading →

Ahlers & Ogletree's May 16th Auction Featured the Bridget and Jerome Dobson Fine Art Collection

by Dinesh Kumar on May 21, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Atlanta, GA, USA, May 21, 2024 -- A signed 1980 tempera on Masonite painting by Marc Chagall soared to $199,700, a 1929 gouache and watercolor on Arches paper signed by Raoul Dufy realized $78,700, and an oil on canvas laid to board signed by Ludwig Bemelmans finished at $57,500 at an auction of the Bridget and Jerome Dobson collection held May 16th by Ahlers & Ogletree, online and live in the Atlanta gallery. All prices quoted in this report include a 21 percent buyer’s premium. In addition to Chagall, Dufy and Bemelmans, the Dobson collection featured many other luminaries in the fine art world, names like David Hockney, Pablo Picasso, Carlos Nadal and Georges Braque. The auction attracted around 30 people to the event, as well as 29 phone bidders who placed 88 phone bids. Other items in addition to the artwork were offered, but the paintings were the undisputed headliners. Since the 1970s, the duo of Bridget and Jerome Dobson had written award-winning episodes of several ... Continue reading →

SJ Auctioneers' Online-Only Auction May 26th will Feature Toys, Silver, Jewelry, Decor, Collectibles

by Dinesh Kumar on May 18, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Items ranging from a rare Tiffany & Company gilt sterling silver rose centerpiece bowl (or potpourri) to a 1960 Popeye pocket watch in fine working condition are just the start of what bidders will be treated to in SJ Auctioneers’ online-only Collectibles, Toys, Jewelry, Décor & More auction slated for Sunday, May 26th, starting promptly at 6 pm Eastern.  The catalog contains 216 lots of fine jewelry items, sterling silver, vintage trains and toys, and collectibles. The artists, designers and silversmiths will include names such as Cartier, Tiffany & Company, Dominick & Haff, Jose Hess, Emile Delaire, Gorham, Movito, Reed & Barton, Watson, Wallace, William B. Kerr, Sackermann, Hessenberg & Co., Italian Vetreria Murano, Arte, American Flyer, Lionel, Nintendo, Tootsie Toy, Buddy L, Matchbox, Lesne and others.  The Tiffany & Company gilt sterling silver rose centerpiece bowl is beautifully adorned with a finial, two lions and with a ... Continue reading →

Noises Off, A British Farce, Comes to Kingston via True Rep Theatre. Shows Run from May 31 - Jun 9

by Dinesh Kumar on May 17, 2024

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Kingston, MA, May 17, 2024 -- You can laugh, you can cry, but you can't look away. The True Rep Theatre product of "Noises Off", a British farce and a play within a play, will amuse and entertain you. Performances at The Beal House, 222 Main Street, Kingston, MA will include 8 p.m. shows on Fridays, May 31, June 7, and Saturday, June 8 as well as 3 p.m. shows on Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2, June 9.   Noises off is about an ambitious director and his troupe of mediocre actors. The cast and crew are putting together a silly sex comedy titled, "Nothing On" - a single-set farce in which lovers frolic, doors slam, clothes are tossed away, and embarrassing hi-jinks ensue Unfortunately, almost nothing is going right – the cast can't remember their lines, they mix up their blocking, misplace props, and they've lost sight of why they're acting! One of the most common themes in farce is the abundance of chaos. In Noises Off, characters are ... Continue reading →

Web3 GP (WGPX) Presents Daytona Supercar Sim Racing at FORKED

by Dinesh Kumar on May 16, 2024

Business

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Web3 GP, a ground-breaking supercar racing platform that integrates Web3 Play-to-Earn (P2E) technology with open-source technology from the hottest racing sims, has announced they will be on display at the following May conferences in Hong Kong: - 8 May: FORKED (Soho House, frkd.io) - 9-10 May: Bitcoin Asia (Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, b.tc/conference/asia) - 11 May: Ordinals Asia (Soho House, ordinalsasia.com) Racing fans are invited to drop by the Web3 GP booth at these events to witness firsthand an exclusive, thrilling sim car race featuring a lineup of the rarest and most limited edition supercars ever designed. The Web3 GP virtual race circuit mirrors the world's most iconic tracks, from the sweeping curves of the Nürburgring to the demanding straits of Le Mans. The digital replication of these legendary courses is a fitting stage for an ultimate demonstration of prowess, pushing the boundaries of speed and precision. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P7zovuPhJ8 The ... Continue reading →

Works by Chagall, Dufy, Picasso, Hockney, Nadal, Others are in Ahlers & Ogletree's May 16th Auction

by Dinesh Kumar on May 16, 2024

Arts & Entertainment

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Some of the brightest stars in the fine art galaxy – names such as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, David Hockney, Pablo Picasso, Ludwig Bemelmans, Carlos Nadal and Georges Braque – will be represented, sometimes multiple times, at the auction of the Bridget and Jerome Dobson collection slated for Thursday, May 16th, by Ahlers & Ogletree, online and live at the Atlanta gallery. “Since the 1970s, the dynamic duo of Bridget and Jerome Dobson has written award-winning episodes of several iconic daytime TV soap operas, including General Hospital, Guiding Light, As the World Turns and Santa Barbara,” said Robert Ahlers of Ahlers & Ogletree. “Between writing sessions, the couple collected incredible art on their travels around the world. Now, it will all be sold at auction.” The auction’s undisputed headliner is the French/Russian artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985), whose signed 1980 tempera on Masonite titled Peintre, Ange et Amoreaux (Painter, Angel ... Continue reading →

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