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Solstice Pre-Auction Wine Tasting | June 21

Pre-Auction Wine Tasting

Wednesday, June 21  | 6:30PM – 8PM

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Please join us for an after hours summer solstice wine tasting of highlights from the Fine Wine auction and chance to meet experts from Skinner’s Fine Wines department on Wednesday, June 21 from 6:30PM-8PM at Lower Falls Wine Company.

Limited availability, please RSVP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2366 Washington Street Newton Lower Falls MA

Contact Us: finewines@skinnerinc.com

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Jewelry’s Power Couples | Lecture | June 22

 

Jewelry’s Power Couples

A Lecture by Toni Greenbaum

THURSDAY, JUNE 22 | RECEPTION 5PM | LECTURE 6PM

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Art historian Toni Greenbaum will discuss several notable modern and contemporary jewelers who are married to one another. Each captivating couple has a different story to tell of how they met and forged their respective careers, as well as what – if any – collaborative practices guided their oeuvres. Beginning with Sam and Carol Kramer, who offered “fantastic jewelry for people who are slightly mad” at their post-war Surrealist-inspired Greenwich Village shop, and ending with current “jewelry anarchists” Karl Fritsch and Lisa Walker, Greenbaum will discuss such international luminaries as Toza and Ruth Radakovich, Gijs Bakker and Emmy van Leersum, David Watkins and Wendy Ramshaw, Otto Künzli and Therese Hilbert, and David Bielander and Helen Britton.… Read More

First Tuesday | June 6 | Marlborough

Join us for First Tuesday in Marlborough

Tuesday, June 6 | 1:30PM – 4PM

Skinner experts will provide complimentary verbal auction evaluations during our monthly consignment event on the first Tuesday of each month.

Experts Available in June:

LaGina Austin, General Appraisals ♦ Kathleen Leland, Modern & Contemporary Works of Art ♦ Robin S.R. Starr, American & European Works of Art ♦ Kyle Johnson, Coins & Currency

Skinner Marlborough Gallery 274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA

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Boston Teas and Baskets That Please | Lecture | May 4

Courtesy of the Department of the Interior Museum, Washington, DC

Boston Teas and Baskets That Please

A Lecture by Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh

THURSDAY, MAY 4 | RECEPTION 5:30PM | LECTURE 6PM

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Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh is a specialist and scholar of American Indian basketry who is retired from museum administrative and teaching positions. For over forty years, she and her husband and colleague William Turnbaugh, Ph.D., have written about various American Indian arts.… Read More

First Tuesday | May 2 | Marlborough

Join us for First Tuesday in Marlborough

Tuesday, May 2 | 1:30PM – 4PM

Skinner experts will provide complimentary verbal auction evaluations during our monthly consignment event on the first Tuesday of each month.

Experts Available in May:

Stuart Slavid, European Furniture & Decorative Arts ♦ Elizabeth Haff, American & European Works of Art ♦ Robin S.R. Starr, American & European Works of Art ♦ Gloria Lieberman, Fine Jewelry

Skinner Marlborough Gallery 274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA

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Modern Design Consignment Days | New York | May 11 & 12

Thursday, May 11 & Friday, May 12 | New York City

Skinner’s 20th Century Design Department is inviting consignments for the August 3 auction. Meet with expert appraisers in Skinner’s New York office for a complimentary verbal auction evaluation and consignment of your modern art & antiques. Modern Design at Skinner includes furniture, lighting, pottery, art glass, metalwork, and textiles from the 20th & 21st centuries.… Read More

Lecture | Flower/Power: The Legacy of Persian Carpets

 

Flower/Power: The Legacy of Persian Carpets

A Lecture by Julia Bailey

SUNDAY APRIL, 23 | RECEPTION 2:30PM | LECTURE 3PM

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Most Persian rugs made before the sixteenth century are now lost; our best idea of what they looked like comes from manuscript paintings. During the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, according to these paintings, rugs generally exhibited small-scale, abstract, geometric designs. But during the sixteenth century, under Safavid rule, carpets gained a new, more naturalistic vocabulary, representing both courtly life on earth and a hoped-for afterlife in a tree- and flower-filled garden paradise.… Read More

Asian Art Appraisal Day | Florida

Thursday, April 20 | Coral Gables

Skinner’s Asian Art department is inviting consignments for the September 15  auction. Meet with expert appraisers in Skinner’s Coral Gables office for a complimentary verbal auction evaluation and possible consignment of your Asian art and antiques.

To make an appointment please call: 305.503.4423

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