Johnny Cash cane leads interesting walking stick collection at Nye & Co. Jan. 24
The annual deluge of Americana each January means a feast for collectors, offering up items which, in many cases, are coming to market for the first time. Nye & Co.’s Collectors’ Passions brings together a major and minor collection of Americana to present a 396-lot sale Wednesday, January 24.
Nye & Company's Collectors' Passion Auction on January 23rd will focus primarily on Americana
A major auction focusing primarily on Americana and timed to coincide with Americana Week in New York is planned for Wednesday, January 23rd by Nye & Company Auctioneers, online and in the firm’s gallery at 20 Beach Street in Bloomfield, N.J.
Queen Anne Furniture Still Stylish Two Centuries Later
The Queen Anne style of furniture, decorative arts and architecture – characterized by limited and restrained decoration – was evolving during the reign of England’s Queen Anne (1702-1718), although the actual name “Queen Anne” was first applied to the style more than a century after it was fashionable.
Nye & Company Auctioneers’ Sept. 25th Estate Treasures Sale will feature fine and decorative arts
Estate Treasures Sale on Tuesday, Sept. 25th, will showcase a broad and diverse group of fine and decorative arts, featuring property from the Westervelt Corporation, the NAMITS Collection and several private collections from Long Island.
Nye & Co. to auction art from Namits Collection, Westervelt Corp
A diverse selection of artworks that span from the 17th century through to modern day – to include a spectacular offering of self-taught and outsider art being offered from the Namits Collection and an equally exciting group of works from the Westervelt Corp.
Fine jewelry pieces from the renowned designer Claus Vollrath will be auctioned online
Fine jewelry items from the estate of Claus Vollrath – the German-born designer of handmade custom jewelry who cut his teeth at Cartier after immigrating to America and later operated several boutique retail jewelry stores in New York.
Items from the estate home in Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island known as “Wawapek” – the Queen Anne-style residence of the de Forests, a family so deeply rooted in New York history it dates back 300 years to the days of the early Huguenot settlers in Manhattan.