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Boston Bookbinding Demonstration

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Reception: 5:30PM | Presentation: 6PM

Join Fine Books & Manuscripts specialist Devon Eastland for a demonstration of bookbinding techniques, restoration treatments and a discussion of approaches to repair with examples. See books from the inside out and bring your questions. Devon has worked in the field of restoration for more than twenty years. Repair a chair and sit down, fix a book and read!… Read More

Americana Gallery Walk | November 2

“Where Did You Get That?”

True Tales from the Homes of Connoisseurs, Collectors and Hoarders

Please join us for a gallery talk held in conjunction with the preview for the November 3 American Furniture & Decorative Arts auction, as department specialists share stories of how objects in the auction were collected by their owners, and how they made their way to Skinner.

Friday November 2, 2018  |  Skinner Boston Gallery

5:30PM Reception, 6:00PM Gallery Talk

Boston Gallery 63 Park Plaza  Boston, MA 02116

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Gallery Walk | Highlights from the Dory Previn Collection

Joby Baker (Canadian/American, b. 1934) Dory and the Monster (Lot 344, Estimate: $2,000-2,500)

An Evening of Art & Anecdotes with Joby Baker

Wednesday, September 19, 5:30PM

Skinner welcomes Joby Baker, the widower of Dory Previn who will discuss Dory’s art collection, music, and poetry as we tour the gallery and view her works.

This event is held in conjunction with a preview of Skinner’s September 21st auction of American & European Works of Art.… Read More

Classical Salon | May 18 | Boston

Yaeko Miranda Elmaleh

Classical Salon Featuring The Yaeko Miranda Elmaleh Group

Friday May 18, Boston Gallery

Please join us for a Musical Reception at the Skinner Boston gallery on Friday, May 18 featuring the Yaeko Miranda Elmaleh Group. This reception is held in conjunction with a preview of the May 18 auction of  Fine Musical Instruments online.

Yaeko grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and began violin lessons at the age of 3.… Read More

Anatolian Village Weaving | April 29 | Boston

Central Anatolian “Memling” Gul Rug, Turkey, c. 1850 (Lot 1, Estimate: $2,500-3,000)

Anatolian Village Weaving

 

A Lecture by Samy Rabinovic 

 
Sunday, April 29th

Samy Rabinovic was born in Istanbul in 1940, and grew up in a house filled with rugs (his uncle was Director of the Anglo-Persian Rug Company), but felt no particular attraction to them. His real passion at the time was chemistry. After obtaining an advanced degree in Polymer Sciences from the University of Massachusetts in 1969, Samy worked for Rohm and Haas (now owned by Dow Chemical) for many years, becoming head of Research and Development in their Plastics Division in France from 1975 through 1984.… Read More

Pre-Auction Wine Tasting Events | New York & Boston

Pre-Auction Wine Tasting Events

Thursday, February 8 | New York | 5:30PM

The Cosmopolitan Club The Sun Room 122 East 66th Street New York, NY 10065

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Monday, February 12 | Boston | 4PM

Troquet on South 107 South Street Boston, MA 02111

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Meet the specialists from the Fine Wines Department and taste highlights from the two pillars of our upcoming February 15th auction – Winter’s Collection and The Nantucket Cellar.… Read More

Lecture | Storied Wedgwood Collections and Stories About the Collectors

Storied Wedgwood Collections and Stories About the Collectors

A Lecture by Harwood Johnson

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 | RECEPTION 5PM | LECTURE 6PM

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Harwood (Woody) Johnson is the former managing editor and current contributing editor of Ars Ceramica, the journal of the Wedgwood Society of New York.  He is on the board and is a past-president of the English Ceramics Study Group of Philadelphia.  As was Josiah Wedgwood, he is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in London.… Read More

The Art and Mystery of Early English Pottery | April 7 | Boston

Rob Hunter, Editor, Ceramics in America

The Art and Mystery of Early English Pottery: The Troy D. Chappell Collection

A Lecture by Rob Hunter

Thursday, April 7, 6PM

Robert Hunter has more than thirty-five years of professional experience in prehistoric and historical archaeology. He has an MA in Anthropology from The College of William and Mary and additional coursework at the doctoral level in American Studies. He was the founding director of the college’s Center for Archaeological Research.Read More

Oriental Rugs & Carpets Lecture | March 11 | Boston

Lawrence Kearney, Director, Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets

The Story of Rugs is the Story of Civilization

A Lecture by Lawrence M. Kearney

This talk will explore the development of rugs and related textiles through the ages: from Tribal cultures, such as the Baktiari of Southwestern Iran and the Turkoman weavers of Central Asia; through village weavings, such as Kazak and Northwest Persian rugs; into 19th and 20th century workshop production where the emphasis is on sophisticated design and the use of sumptuous materials, such as silk Tabrizes and Kashans.… Read More

November 4 | First Tuesdays in Marlborough

Robin Starr

Fine Art Consignment Days

Please join us for our monthly consignment event. Specialists from the Fine Art department will provide complimentary verbal appraisals for paintings, prints, works on paper, sculpture, and photography.

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