We all have junk in our closets or attics, but how do you know if it’s actually junk or a treasure? Reyne and Jonathan take a look at some of the stuff most of us have lying around and gives some tips on figuring out what’s junk or not.
Now through February 2nd, 2010
Live exhibition at iGavel Gallery January 25th – 29th 10am – 5pm
New York, NY
SoMa Estate Auction – Interior Resolutions
Sunday January 24, 2010
Sunday January 31, 2010
From the hand of ‘The Grey Ghost’: Recently Discovered Col. John S. Mosby Civil War speech at Heritage Auctions Los AngelesJanuary 19th, 2010 by admin
Feb. 12 Historical Manuscripts Auction presents handwritten letter from Civil War Colonel disbanding his legendary Rangers
LOS ANGELES – An emotional and pointed farewell given by controversial Civil War Colonel John S. Mosby, believed to be one of only two contemporary copies known to be written by him, will be auctioned off as part of Heritage Auctions Los Angeles Signature® Historical Manuscripts & Autographs Auction, Feb. 12. It is estimated at $70,000-$90,000.
The Virginia-born and bred Mosby, known as “The Grey Ghost” for his lightning quick partisan-style tactics against Union forces, addresses his Partisan Rangers at the close of the Civil War after Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. Rather than subject his troops to the undue hardships they would face if they continued to fight, Mosby disbands the 43rd Virginia Cavalry, also known as “Mosby’s Rangers”:
Jackson Rooms Auction – January 20 & 21, 2010 9:30am Preview January 19th 9:00am
Featuring American, Continental, English, and Asian furniture
Edged Weapons & Militaria Auction – January 22, 2010 9:30am Preview January 19th, 20th, 21st 9:00am
Featuring an amazing collection of short swords and other worlwide blades from the 17th to the 20th century
Bonhams & Butterfields -Contemporary Art from the Heller Ehrman LLP Collection – February 8, 2010 San FranciscoJanuary 19th, 2010 by admin
Edward Wormley; a household name in the Mid Century Modern crowd. He was a major influence on American design.
Wormley was born in 1907. As a young child, he developed polio, which hindered his ability to walk until the age of 5. This would be a mere speed-bump in Wormley’s life. In 1926 he attended college at the Art Institute of Chicago. By 1928 he was working at Marshall Field & Co, then later for Berkey & Gay in Michigan.
Wormley’s first taste of furniture design was in 1930 when he traveled to Paris and met designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann. Upon his return to the United States, he went to work at the Dunbar Furniture Company.