300Magazine is pleased to share the amazing news that Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage will conduct two live estate auctions in January 2021.
(PRUnderground) December 24th, 2020
300Magazine, an online magazine dedicated to art and culture, is pleased to share the amazing news that the renowned NYC-based design center Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage will conduct two live auctions in January 2021. The first one, which is scheduled for January 3, will feature items from the Estate of Martin Bregman and also a selection of objects from the New York metropolitan area estates. The second auction, New York City Estate Auction, will be held on January 17. Both auctions offer a fabulous opportunity to acquire some really great pieces of art, design, vintage & antiques of exceptional quality.
Located in a beautiful 4-story building in New York City’s NoMad design district, Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage has long been the most popular place in New York to shop for art, interior design, antique furniture, and collectibles. Being home to over 250 dealers and art galleries, it is often called a ‘paradise for art collectors’ for its exceptional selection of rare and unique items for any taste. Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage is also known for its live and online estate auctions offering an array of pieces that are always fresh to the market. These include fine art, furniture, jewelry, antiques, decorative art, silver, collectibles, and many more.
In January 2021, Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage will conduct two live estate auctions. The first estate auction will be held on January 3. It will offer items from the Estate of the renowned American film producer Martin Bregman, including furniture, paintings, and decorative arts from his Park Avenue apartment decorated by Sister Parish and Albert Hadley. The upcoming auction will also feature a variety of complimentary objects from NYC and metropolitan area estates. Among the highlights are a 1982 18k yellow gold Rolex luxury watch, an antique French figural garniture set by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, a pair of George III Chinese Chippendale style mirrors, Charles Towne’s equestrian portrait, and a still life by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer.
The next auction scheduled for January 17 will feature items from New York City estates. These include Angel Botello’s bronze sculpture “Coup de Vent II,” Pablo Picasso’s pottery vase “Face and Owl,” Salvador Dali’s lithographs “The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac,” Henri Matisse’s lino print “Florentine,” and Joan Miro’s etching “Plate VIII (from Espriu-Miró),” among others.
Both estate auctions conducted by Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage in January offer collectors a perfect opportunity to buy antiques, fine & decorative art, and other collectibles that are fresh to the market. Previews are accessible for the 14 days preceding each auction at the design center in Manhattan.
300Magazine is an online magazine about fine art, culture, luxury watches, cars, boats, planes, jewelry, and everything related to luxury lifestyle. Based in New York City, we are fortunate enough to be living and working at one of the centers of art and technology of our time. This puts us in a strategic and inspired position to see what’s new, who’s who, and what you need to know. We also have a lot of friends overseas, keeping us posted on what is happening abroad.
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