Bounce TV's Family Time Star Omar Gooding Celebrates His Birthday at a Celebrity Domino Tournament in Hollywood

Actor Omar Gooding Celebrates His Birthday Competing in a Celebrity Domino Tournament in Hollywood on October 22, 2017.

Family Time Actor, Producer and Writer Omar Gooding Celebrates His Birthday and the Fifth Season of His TV series on Bounce TV.

The owner of Modo Entertainment TV Network, Omar Gooding, in collaboration with One Shot Network and Celebrity Virtual Television Network, airs original programming.

Allen and Associates in association with UDL produces domino tournaments for cash prizes, bragging rights and a championship belt.

Actor Omar Gooding Has Appeared in Numerous TV Series and Feature Films in His Career that Spans More Than 30 Years

There is no better way to celebrate my birthday than being surrounded by family, friends and playing my favorite game of strategy – dominoes.”

— Omar Gooding, an award-winning actor and NAACP Image Award nominee

HOLLYWOOD, CA, USA, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Multi-talented Actor Omar Gooding, star of Bounce TV's Family Time, celebrates his birthday at a day party and celebrity domino tournament hosted by Allen and Associates Entertainment in association with UDL on Sunday, October 22 from 2 p.m. until. The event takes place at The Manor on Vine, 1718 Vine, Hollywood, CA 90028. Media check in 2:30 p.m. Red carpet arrivals at 3 p.m. Parking available in adjacent lots.

Must be 21 and over. No cover but RSVP required to m.lemelle@att.net. The red carpet event will offer something for everyone including live music, hookah room, football on the big screen, and spectators can watch domino professionals in action. Music by DJ YNot and DJ Renaissance.

Celebrities confirmed: Snoop Dogg; LT Hutton (All Eyez on Me); Big Percy; J-Doe; Brooke Valentine (Love & Hip Hop Hollywood);Comedian Red Grant; Daniel Booby Gibson (NBA player, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood); (Sheldon Bailey (Game Shakers, Shameless); Angell Conwell (Family Time); Bentley Kyle Evans (Director/Creator Family Time); Patrick Faucette (Haves and Have Nots); Thai Edwards (Anaobolic Life); Carol Rodriguez (2x Olympian and hip hop artist); Leontine Abdullah (Fashion designer); Liana Mendoza (Hey Mr. Postman, Better Call Saul, Unsolved); Paula Jai Parker (Ray Donovan, Family Time, Hey Mr. Postman); Drea Kelly (Hollywood Exes, Chocolate City); Melvin Jackson Jr. (New Edition); Comedian Speedy; William L. Johnson (Perfectly Single); Antwon Tanner (Black Jesus, One Tree Hill); Bryon Russell (NBA player); and Ken Lawson (In the Cut, The Parkers), Walter Franks (Hey Mr. Postman); Comedian G Thang (Grown Folks); Bubba Ganter (Nickelodeon's "Game Shakers"); Angelique Bates (Amazon Prime "The Assist"); Yasmine Abriel (Runway Model/Actress); Kevontay Jackson ("Perfectly Single"); and more.

To compete in the domino tournament, contact Frost at frosttheceo@yahoo.com. Tournament sign-ups begin at 3 p.m. For press/talent, contact: Marie Lemelle at m.lemelle@att.net. Sponsors include Goldlok Vodka, One Shot Films, Modo Entertainment TV, Platinum Star PR, Untouchable Magazine, and more!

In 2016, Gooding founded and launched Modo Entertainment TV Network in collaboration with One Shot Network and Celebrity Virtual Television Network. The trio of networks airs original programming along with other TV/Film projects on familiar platforms, such as, Google TV; Roku; Apple TV; Amazon Fire TV; and more.

Entertainment is in Gooding's blood. He grew up in a household of entertainers as the son of an African American and Barbadian or "Basian" from Barbados father, Cuba Gooding, Sr., and an African American and Irish mother who were both singers and entertainers. "My dad was the lead singer of the R&B group, "The Main Ingredient," and traveled the world," said Gooding. "My brother Cuba, Jr. is an Oscar-winner."

Gooding's career took off when he landed a series regular role for three years on a Nickelodeon TV show, “Wild and Crazy Kids," followed by a five-year run on the ABC network series, “Hanging with Mr. Cooper,”and then a three-year run on the WB network series, “Smart Guy.” After years on television, it was a natural progression for Gooding to act in the movies.

"The turning point in my career was when I starred in a major motion picture for Paramount Pictures, “Baby Boy,” opposite Ving Rhames, Tyrese Gibson, Snoop Dogg, and Taraji P. Henson," said Gooding. He received critical praise for his role as "Sweatpea." The movie and TV roles continued for Gooding and he became a household name.

Currently, Gooding plays Tony Stallworth, the star of the highly-rated sitcom, "Family Time," now in its fifth season. Catch all-new episodes of Family Time on Monday at 9/8c on Bounce TV. Check local listings. He is also a writer and producer on the show. Gooding has several projects in the works including feature films "Hey Mr. Postman," "Perfectly Single," and the TV series, "Unsolved."

Gooding is also a recording artist/rapper known as "Big O" and is working on his next music project.

Marie Lemelle
Platinum Star PR
(213) 276-7827
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Harry Moon’s Mark Andrew Poe joins YMCA’s 10th Annual Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween is for heroes. There is nothing more heroic than what the North Suburban YMCA is doing in helping to raise up a value-based generation of young men and women.”

— Mark Andrew Poe

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Harry Moon’s Mark Andrew Poe will be signing his new book, Halloween Nightmares, at North Suburban YMCA of Chicagoland on Sunday, October 22, 2017. “Halloween is for heroes,” said Mark Andrew Poe. “There is nothing more heroic than what the North Suburban YMCA is doing in helping to raise up a value-based generation of young men and women.”

Mark Andrew Poe’s series, Harry Moon, involves a young, thirteen-year-old magician and his buddies who take back their hometown. The town is under an evil spell which makes every day Halloween night. “We love the hero messaging that the Harry Moon series brings to our kids— that they are strong and capable of making a difference with their own goodness. We are delighted that Rabbit Publishers (the publishing house for Harry Moon) is helping us to reinforce a positive environment with our children at the Y,” said Kim Nyren, Director of Community Investment at the Y. “We hope to involve Harry Moon in events at the Y through the years to come."

The North Suburban YMCA welcomes ghosts and goblins of all ages on October 22 for its 10th Annual Spooktacular Halloween Party. From 2:00 to 5:00 pm, the entire Y will be transformed with haunted houses, trick-or-treat trails, and a wide range of activities to entertain the entire family. The event will also offer exclusive early access for children with special needs from 1:30 to 2:00 pm. Mark Andrew Poe will be signing Halloween Nightmares from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the Spooktacular.

“This is the 10th anniversary of this event and we could not be more pleased to have our two favorite organizations, North Suburban YMCA, and Rabbit Publishers celebrating it together,” said Jimmy Place and Teddie Kossof Salon and Spa in a joint statement. They are both sponsors of the YMCA.

The Y’s festival of frights and fun includes a one-of-a-kind Spooky Pool Boat ride, inflatable bounce houses, costume contest, children’s haunted maze and delicious treats. Guests can also take home souvenirs including art projects, decorated pumpkins, photo booth pictures, and goodies from indoor trick-or-treating. This year the event will have a petting zoo, pony rides and a “Carnie” food court. Tiny But Mighty Foods will be serving up their delicious heirloom popcorn, as well as Dairy Queen’s Witches Brew and cotton candy.

This annual event, which draws over 1500 people in the Chicago, Illinois area , has attracted many local businesses to partake in this beloved tradition— Northbrook Bank & Trust, 22nd Century Media, Waterway Carwash, Layer 3 TV, Northwestern Medicine, Buffalo Wild Wings, Lowe’s Northbrook, Coldwell Banker Northbrook, Sunset Foods and many others.

"Without the excitement from our community and sincere support of our partners, events like these wouldn’t be possible,” says Kathy Fielding, NSYMCA Vice President of Member Engagement and Marketing. “In our tenth year, this party has grown into a fantastic community tradition that families look forward to attending every year. We have a wonderful range of activities from silly to scary, so there really is something for everyone.”

Admission to the Spooktacular Party is free for Y members, $20 per family for non-members. Guests are encouraged to bring gently-used shoes to the Y to donate for their shoe drive to help provide economic opportunity for workers in developing nations and support the environment.

Mark Andrew Poe’s new book, Halloween Nightmares, is available at Barnes& Noble, independent bookstores, Amazon, and the Harrymoon website. The Harry Moon and Honey Moon series is distributed in the general marketplace by Diamond Comic Distributors and in the faith community by Anchor Distribution.

Ted Snow
Rabbit Publishers
(847) 259-2100
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Zerotie, the World’s First Hands Free™ Self-lacing Shoes, exhibiting at Abilities Expo in San Mateo, CA

Zerotie Rocky Run in White (Men’s and Women’s)

Zerotie Soft Hill Youth in Blue (Kid’s)

We are so excited to be able to provide this terrific product to kids with special needs. These shoes are such a game-changer – plus we offer a great combination of style and functionality.”

— Forrest Brown, VP Sales for Zerotie

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Zerotie, hands free self-lacing shoes will be exhibiting at the San Mateo Abilities Expo at the San Mateo County Event Center from October 27th through 29th, 2017. Zerotie will be onsite at booth 424, to showcase its new line of Men’s, Women’s and Kid’s Fall 2017 collections.

The new Zerotie (www.zerotie.com) line has been participating in the Abilities Expo since its launch earlier this year. And now, at the San Mateo Expo, the brand will be debuting its Kid's line to the abilities community of the Bay Area. “We are so excited to be able to provide this terrific product to kids with special needs,” states Forrest Brown, Vice President of Sales for the brand. “We have been on site at the Houston and Boston Expos, but only had the Adult product on hand, but now we have the full collection.”

Zerotie is a unique shoe, in that it combines technology with footwear. The patented Zerotie system eliminates the need to bend down to tie and untie your shoes. With Zerotie shoes, there is no button to press or strap to pull. It’s simple and easy to use. To wear the shoe, you simply place your foot in the shoe, draw your foot back to activate the “tying” mechanism and you’re ready to go. Loosening the laces is just as easy. All you have to do is effortlessly press down on the small lever on the back of the shoe with your foot and you step right out. The shoes are absolutely hands free. Once you take them out of the box, you’ll never need to touch them with your hands again.

“This shoe presents a tremendous benefit to so many different types of consumers”, states Evan Cagner, C.E.O. of Synclaire Brands. “It’s really a quality of life product…our technology works great for people who need to tighten and loosen their shoes constantly, and those who take their shoes on and off many times a day; health care professionals, frequent air travelers, triathletes, runners, home services workers, the elderly and disabled, and people with special needs.”

In traveling around the country to promote Zerotie, Brown has witnessed first-hand how people react to these shoes. “The reaction to Zerotie has been terrific,” states Brown. “We received such a warm welcome while attending the shows in Houston and Boston, and everywhere we have been in between and since. The feedback has been both phenomenal and humbling. So many people we met told us how much they really need a product like this because it will literally change their daily lives.”

When exhibiting at the San Mateo Expo, the brand is hoping to get the same reaction. “This type of footwear is such a game-changer – plus we offer a great combination of style and functionality.” states Brown.

Zerotie was invented by Greg Johnson, after watching his mother struggle with bending down to tie her shoes due to her severe arthritis. After perfecting the design and technology, he connected with Victoria Staten, Zerotie’s Brand Manager. Ms. Staten spent many years of her career in the shoe business and now consumers all over the country will finally have an opportunity to wear these life changing shoes. “While the idea came from someone who couldn’t physically tie their shoes, we realized we were on to something when we tested it with kids who said they wore them every day and didn’t want to give them back!” states Staten.

The Fall 2017 collection will include Men’s, Women’s and Kid’s, starting at a price point of $125USD for Adults and $70USD for Kid’s. Zerotie are available now, online at www.zerotie.com as well as select Independent Comfort, Sporting Goods, General Outdoor, Tech Fashion and Children’s retailers nationwide. During the San Mateo Expo, Zerotie is being sold in Booth 424 at the San Mateo County Event Center, Expo Hall, 1346 Saratoga Dr., San Mateo, CA 94403.

In honor of this special occasion, Zerotie is offering a 20% discount for purchases on www.zerotie.com and with the code ZTAbilitiesSanMateo.

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About Zerotie
Zerotie is a registered trademark of Hands Free, LLC, Ham Lake, MN.
(714) 756-2227
For more information, please go to www.zerotie.com

Hilarie Viener
Viener&Partners
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Collections gathered over the course of several generations will be auctioned Oct. 28th, online and in Panama City, Fla.

Meissen piece, from the Four Continents series. The woman represents Europe.

French-style ornate chest with painted porcelains.

Late 19th century Patek Philippe pocket watch, with engraving to a doctor.

19th century painting depicting Nero’s Palace at Lake Maggione, Italy.

Lighted ceramic harlequin wall sconce sculpture by Otello Roso for San Polo.

Items from the estate of Norma Godwin of Panama City, Florida – collections gathered over the course of several generations – will come up for bid October 28th.

PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Items from the estate of Norma Godwin of Panama City – collections and quality items gathered over the course of several generations by Mrs. Godwin, her husband and her parents – will be the main attraction at a live and internet estates auction scheduled for Saturday, October 28th, by The Specialists of the South, Inc., at the firm’s Panama City gallery.

The auction will begin promptly at 8 am Central time, with previews the week of auction, from 9 am to 4 pm, and on auction day from 7 am until the start of sale at 8. For those unable to attend in person, online bidding will be provided by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Phone and absentee bids will also be taken. The gallery is located at 544 East 6th Street in Panama City.

Many of the items in the Godwin estate belonged to Norma’s parents. Nicholas, her father, was born in Italy in 1898 and arrived in the U.S. in 1916. Her mother was born in the U.S. to Italian parents who arrived in the U.S. just prior to her birth. Nicholas was an architectural sculptor who had an artistic eye and impeccable taste. He loved browsing the antiques shops and buying items.

Bidders will be treated to a broad and eclectic mix of merchandise, to include lighted ceramic harlequin sculptures by Otello Roso for San Polo, European and Victorian furniture, classical and modern artwork, Capodimonte porcelain pieces, Meissen figurines, fine mid-century linens (mostly from Italy), Fostoria American glassware, cow creamers and much more.

Two lots with intriguing back-stories are an unusual and delicate American drop-front antique desk with pull-drawer and brass pierce gallery, reported by Mrs. Godwin to have been possibly once owned by the American politician Daniel Webster; and two chairs from a 14-piece bedroom set in the Italianate style, circa 1890s, once owned by Mrs. Meriwether Post, the previous owner of the Hope Diamond.

Other individual lots of note will include an Arts & Crafts desk with the Bear Guaranteed tag, an Art Deco chandelier with outstanding amber shield shades, a sterling silver tea and coffee set, a sterling flatware set in the Modern Victorian pattern, a vintage Shannock loom, a Gothic ornate carved chest, and Forget-Me-Nots decorated china by Haviland, in the Montmery pattern.

There are four of the very colorful, whimsical harlequin lighted glass sculptures in the auction. They will be sold as individual lots. All were purchased in Italy during the last century and all four are different, with each one standing about 25 inches tall. The adorable glass sculptures serve a dual purpose, as an interior design statement and as a lamp. They are highly collectible.

The furniture category comprises a wide variety of pieces, all purchased in the U.S. and mostly in Washington, D.C., where the Godwins once lived. Items include a beautifully carved, long (about 5 feet) buffet table and top that raises for backing and opens to become a dining table; a fine French chest, with four drawers and glove boxes, and ten hand-painted porcelain tiles (no two alike); a vintage John Widdicomb dining room set and furniture pieces by Henredon. Also up for bid will be an Oriental apothecary chest, 20 inches by 18 inches, with 24 beautiful wooden drawers that swing open to reveal little box compartments.

Artwork will be led by a painting in the manner of Antonio Canaletto (It., 1697-1763), depicting a 14th century castle in Maggione, Italy, site of the castle, purchased in Italy; a bronze sculpture of Joan of Arc shown on horseback, artist signed; a mid-to-late 19th century Station of the Cross Parian white bisque porcelain plaque display, framed, about three feet in height, bas relief; and a painting of a rocky seashore by the American artist William Lester Stevens (Mass., 1888-1969).

Capodimonte porcelain is wildly popular among collectors, and Mrs. Godwin is offering several figurines that her father bought over time, years ago. These will include a huge set of Richard Ginori china, a belly dancer and street musicians. A Meissen piece will be a woman holding a globe while seated alongside a steed, representing Europe from the Four Continents series. Also sold will be a large German-made porcelain after-the-hunt picnic scene that shows people conversing; large porcelain bird figurines; an Italian ceramic depiction of a nude woman sleeping in a chair by Victor Bertolotti; and cloisonné pieces.

Also sold will be 14 pieces of one-of-a-kind Venetian crystal stemware, purchased in Italy and Maitland-Smith stoneware bowls. Mrs. Godwin’s cow creamer collection has about 120 pieces. Kitchen collectibles (from other estates) will feature Fire-King and Pyrex, vintage stand mixers and other items. Vintage bottles, popular with collectors, will also be sold.

As mentioned, the fine linens were mostly acquired in Italy, around the 1950s. Included in the selection will be three really nice tablecloths, napkins, placemats and doilies. Some were made by hand, while others were machine-made. One piece in particular is quite beautiful: it’s a linen tablecloth, with the figures Mars and Venus embroidered right into the fabric, along with their names.

Also up for bid will be estate and costume jewelry; chess sets (including an Arthur E. Cox Modernist set from 1962); English collectible teapots; a collection of sterling silver souvenir spoons (to be sold in multiples of four or five spoons per lot), including one showing Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee Celebration, 1837-1897 (brass); and some Orientalia, to include nice painted panels that are suitable for wall hanging.

Militaria items will come under the gavel, mostly handed down to Ms. Godwin by her father-in-law, Marine Brig. Gen. Edward Alexander Montgomery, to include a World War II Japanese military sword; his dress sword offered with information on his career and medals from the Emil Buehler Naval Aviation Library National Museum of Naval Aviation; a nickel silver plate charger (20 inches diameter), engraved and presented to Brig. Gen. Montgomery upon his departure from service in Hawaii in 1960; a Civil War-era sword; a Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee steel engraving; and some Civil War prints.

Finally, the auction will also feature fur coats (to include a full-length mink coat, stoles and several fox and mink full-pelt neck pieces), beautiful amber cut to clear girandoles, a late 19th century Patek Philippe pocket watch with engraving to a doctor, a decorative Victorian-era brass fender set of three standing panels that could go in front of a fireplace, a gorgeous crystal chandelier and candle wall sconces that are electrified, give off light and are loaded with pretty crystals.

The Specialists of the South, Inc. has been serving the Panama City community for more than 35 years. The company specializes in a broad range of services, to include estate auctions, furniture refurbishing, interior decoration, personal property appraisals and business liquidation services. It has been named the Small Business of the Month by the Bay County Chamber of Commerce.

The Specialists of the South, Inc., is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, estate or collection, you may call them at (850) 785-2577, or you may e-mail them at contact@sospcfl.com. To learn more, or to register for the October 28th auction, log on to either www.SpecialistsoftheSouth.com or www.PanamaCityAuctions.com. Updates are posted often.

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Logan Adams
The Specialists of the South, Inc.
(850) 785-2577
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Global MMO Games Market 2017 Segmentation, Demand, Growth, Trend, Opportunity And Forecast To 2022

MMO Games-Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2022

PUNE, INDIA, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — MMO Games Market 2017

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This report studies the global MMO Games market, analyzes and researches the MMO Games development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like 
Activision Blizzard 
Electronic Arts (EA) 
Giant Interactive Group 
NCsoft Corporation 
Ankama 
Nexon 
Gamigo AG 
Tencent Holdings 
Jagex Games Studio 
Sony Online Entertainment 
Ubisoft Entertainment SA 
Riot Games 
Valve Corporation 
Wargaming.net 
NetEase Inc 
Perfect World Entertainment 
Shanda Interactive Entertainment

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
EU 
Japan 
China 
India 
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
MMO Role Play Games (MMORPG) 
MMO First Person Shooter (MMOFPS) 
MMO Real-time Strategy (MMORTS) 
Other

Market segment by Application, MMO Games can be split into 
Mobile 
PC 
Game Consoles 
Other

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Global MMO Games Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 
1 Industry Overview of MMO Games 
1.1 MMO Games Market Overview 
1.1.1 MMO Games Product Scope 
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook 
1.2 Global MMO Games Market Size and Analysis by Regions 
1.2.1 United States 
1.2.2 EU 
1.2.3 Japan 
1.2.4 China 
1.2.5 India 
1.2.6 Southeast Asia 
1.3 MMO Games Market by Type 
1.3.1 MMO Role Play Games (MMORPG) 
1.3.2 MMO First Person Shooter (MMOFPS) 
1.3.3 MMO Real-time Strategy (MMORTS) 
1.3.4 Other 
1.4 MMO Games Market by End Users/Application 
1.4.1 Mobile 
1.4.2 PC 
1.4.3 Game Consoles 
1.4.4 Other

2 Global MMO Games Competition Analysis by Players 
2.1 MMO Games Market Size (Value) by Players (2016 and 2017) 
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend 
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate 
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences 
2.2.3 New Entrants 
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

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3 Company (Top Players) Profiles 
3.1 Activision Blizzard 
3.1.1 Company Profile 
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.1.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.1.5 Recent Developments 
3.2 Electronic Arts (EA) 
3.2.1 Company Profile 
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.2.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.2.5 Recent Developments 
3.3 Giant Interactive Group 
3.3.1 Company Profile 
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.3.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.3.5 Recent Developments 
3.4 NCsoft Corporation 
3.4.1 Company Profile 
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.4.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.4.5 Recent Developments 
3.5 Ankama 
3.5.1 Company Profile 
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.5.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.5.5 Recent Developments 
3.6 Nexon 
3.6.1 Company Profile 
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.6.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.6.5 Recent Developments 
3.7 Gamigo AG 
3.7.1 Company Profile 
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.7.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.7.5 Recent Developments 
3.8 Tencent Holdings 
3.8.1 Company Profile 
3.8.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.8.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.8.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.8.5 Recent Developments 
3.9 Jagex Games Studio 
3.9.1 Company Profile 
3.9.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.9.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.9.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.9.5 Recent Developments 
3.10 Sony Online Entertainment 
3.10.1 Company Profile 
3.10.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.10.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.10.4 MMO Games Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.10.5 Recent Developments 
3.11 Ubisoft Entertainment SA 
3.12 Riot Games 
3.13 Valve Corporation 
3.14 Wargaming.net 
3.15 NetEase Inc 
3.16 Perfect World Entertainment 
3.17 Shanda Interactive Entertainment

Continued…..

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Global Amusement Park Market 2017 Share,Trend,Segmentation and Forecast to 2021

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PUNE, INDIA, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ —

The analysts forecast the global amusement park market to grow at a CAGR of 10.16% during the period 2017-2021.

Amusement parks attract and entertain individuals through a variety of adventure games such as water and dry rides. Amusement parks charge customers a pre-defined fee for delivering these services. They contribute immensely to the world GDP and employment. Amusement parks generate revenue through many streams such as tickets, hospitality, merchandizing, licensing, and events.

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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global amusement park market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the following sources of revenue:
• Tickets
• Hospitality
• Merchandizing
• Others

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
• Americas
• APAC
• EMEA

The report, Global Amusement Park Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
• Cedar Fair Entertainment
• Merlin Entertainments
• SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
• Universal Parks & Resorts
• Walk Disney Parks and Resorts

Other prominent vendors
• Beto Carrero World
• Chimelong Paradise
• Efteling
• Europa-Park
• Lotte World
• Ocean Park
• OCT Parks
• Parque Mundo Aventura
• Experiencias Xcaret Parque
• Samsung C&T Resort Group
• Six Flags Entertainment
• Tivoli Gardens

Market driver
• Growing spending capability of customers
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market challenge
• Availability of alternative sources of entertainment
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market trend
• Analyzing consumer behavior via mobile ticketing apps
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Key questions answered in this report
• What will the market size be in 2021 and what will the growth rate be?
• What are the key market trends?
• What is driving this market?
• What are the challenges to market growth?
• Who are the key vendors in this market space?
• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
• What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

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Table Of Contents – Major Key Points

PART 01: Executive summary

PART 02: Scope of the report
• Market overview
• End-user segment
• Base year and forecast period
• Vendor segmentation
• Summation error
• Top-vendor offerings

PART 03: Market research methodology
• Research methodology
• Economic indicators

PART 04: Introduction
• Key market highlights

PART 05: Market landscape
• Market overview
• Product life cycle
• Global amusement park market
• Five forces analysis

PART 06: Market segmentation by revenue source
• Global amusement park market by revenue source
• Global amusement park market by tickets
• Global amusement park market by hospitality
• Global amusement park market by merchandizing
• Global amusement park market by others

PART 07: Buying criteria

PART 08: Geographical segmentation
• Global amusement park market by geography
• Amusement park market in Americas
• Amusement park market in APAC
• Amusement park market in EMEA

PART 09: Key leading countries
• US
• China

PART 10: Market drivers

PART 11: Impact of drivers

PART 12: Market challenges

PART 13: Impact of drivers and challenges

PART 14: Market trends

PART 15: Vendor landscape
• Competitive scenario
• Key leading vendors
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LiveAuctioneers named to Crain’s NY Business ‘Best Places to Work in NYC’ list for second consecutive year

In a show of unity and social consciousness, LiveAuctioneers team members nationwide donated toward a supply of items most needed by the people of Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. The company matched those purchases dollar for dollar.

Manhattan-based company connects nearly 3 million bidders with art, antiques and collectibles auction houses in 57 countries

Our online community of nearly three million bidders has flourished because of the catalyst provided by our team’s commitment to excellence and our performance-based culture.”

— Jason Finger, Board Member, LiveAuctioneers

NEW YORK, N.Y., UNITED STATES, October 19, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — NEW YORK – LiveAuctioneers.com, the world’s leading online platform for auctions of collectibles, antiques and fine art, has been named “One of the Best Places to Work in New York City” by Crain’s New York Business for 2017. It is the second consecutive year that LiveAuctioneers has been selected for the coveted honor.

The annual competition identifies, recognizes and honors the 100 best employers in New York City out of a pool of more than 200,000 eligible companies. Its selections are based on a variety of factors, including workplace environment and culture; team spirit and cooperation; results-based incentives, and employee benefits.

The first part of the candidate-evaluation process consists of a review of each nominated organization’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The second part involves assessing the employee experience, including engagement, culture and job satisfaction. An independent research firm, Best Companies Group, analyzed the data used in selecting this year’s winners.

“LiveAuctioneers is delivering record results for our auction houses in 2017 because of our culture,” said Phil Michaelson, SVP of Product and Marketing. He continued, “Our workplace starts with trust and empowers team members to seek smarter, better ways to deliver results for buyers and sellers. The culture fosters innovation and positive thinking, creating a rewarding place to work. It’s great to see the LiveAuctioneers team is as satisfied with our values as our customers are.”

“It is very gratifying to, again, be recognized as one of the best places to work in New York City,” said Jason Finger, co-founder and long-time CEO of Seamless (NYSE: GRUB) and Board Member of LiveAuctioneers. “Good companies achieve something meaningful once. Great companies do meaningful things consistently. The Crain’s award is a trusted third-party validation of the enduring benefits of our culture. Our online community of nearly three million bidders has flourished because of the catalyst provided by our team’s commitment to excellence and our performance-based culture. This award is a great leading indicator of continued success in the market.”

Now in its 15th year, LiveAuctioneers is the world’s foremost online platform for auctions of fine art, antiques and collectibles. The company provides Internet live-bidding capability and digital-marketing products to auction houses in 57 countries. Since its inception, LiveAuctioneers has showcased 50 million items in more than 75,000 online-auction catalogs, enabling over 2 million users to participate in sales of premier art, furnishings, vintage collectibles and luxury goods via the Internet.

Earlier this year, LiveAuctioneers won a Stevie® Award in the 2017 International Business Awards℠ (IBAs) competition, in the “Customer Service Team of the Year” category. This followed on the heels of a big win in Red Herring’s Top 100 North America initiative, which annually recognizes private companies that excel within their sectors of the economy.
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Founded in 2002, LiveAuctioneers.com digitally connects an audience of millions with the live-bidding action at almost 5,000 premier auction houses and galleries in 57 countries, providing a highly curated and trusted marketplace of unique items. Privately owned and headquartered in New York City, LiveAuctioneers is the world’s preferred online source for fine and decorative art, antiques, jewelry and vintage collectibles. The LiveAuctioneers Seller Success Optimization (LASSO) program is one of many innovative efforts implemented by LiveAuctioneers to support its buyers and sellers.

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Tiffany Studios floor lamp with Magnolia shade expected to realize $300,000-$600,000 at John McInnis auction, Oct. 27-28

Tiffany Studios floor lamp with Magnolia shade, 78 inches tall, circa 1905-1910.

Oil on canvas painting by Raffaello Sorbi (It., 1844-1931), titled On the Balcony.

Very large brilliant period cut glass punch bowl made in 1905 for Tiffany & Company.

17th century oil on canvas painting by Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1618-1682), unsigned.

Lushly woven 17th century Franco-Flemish tapestry, 94 inches by 129 inches.

A Tiffany Studios floor lamp with Magnolia shade is expected to hammer for $300,000-$600,000 at John McInnis Auctioneers' Oct. 27-28 auction in Amesbury, Mass.

AMESBURY, MASS., UNITED STATES, October 19, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — AMESBURY, Mass. – A Tiffany Studios floor lamp with a Magnolia shade is conservatively estimated at $300,000-$600,000, while an oil on canvas painting by Raffaello Sorbi (It., 1844-1931) and an exceptionally large brilliant period cut glass punch bowl made in 1905 for Tiffany & Company are also expected to excel at a huge two-day auction planned for October 27th-28th.

They’re just a few of the star lots in John McInnis Auctioneers’ two-session estates auction, to be held online and in the firm’s gallery at 76 Main Street in Amesbury. The Friday, Oct. 27 session, at 1 pm Eastern, will feature silver, jewelry and Asian antiques. The Saturday session, at 11 am, will have fine antiques, paintings, bronzes, Tiffany, continental furnishings and decorative arts.

In all, more than 800 lots will cross the auction block. The sale will feature the contents of an oceanfront estate on Boston’s North Shore that was once used as the summer White House of President William Howard Taft; items from a prominent Harvard University professor out of Cambridge, Mass.; the property of an influential and well-known 19th century mill owner; and items from the estate of Baron Von Pantz.

The Tiffany Magnolia lamp is the auction’s undisputed main attraction. The lamp, 78 inches tall, is in untouched condition (except for a replaced light socket), and was purchased new from Tiffany between 1905 and 1910 by the mill owner (in the Andover/Lawrence area). It has remained in the home ever since. The 28-inch shade has a beautiful blue background and the bronze base is of the senior variety.

The oil painting by Raffaello Sorbi, titled On the Balcony, measures 47 inches by 61 ½ inches (framed) and is signed and dated 1875. It should hammer for $20,000-$40,000. Sorbi lived his entire life in Florence, Italy, where he studied design in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. He was an art prodigy; at age 18, his painting took first prize at the Florentine Trienniale contest of 1861.

The cut glass punch bowl (with dozens of cups) is considered the largest ever made, and there’s a reason why: Tiffany & Company ordered the bowl be made for its new Fifth Avenue, New York showroom in 1905, and they wanted something spectacular. They succeeded. The bowl is huge: 28 inches tall, 26 inches in diameter and one inch thick, and must weigh 120 pounds. It took a team of 15 men 110 days to complete this feat. The cost at Tiffany’s in 1905 was $3,000, which would be close to $80,000 in today’s money. The bowl is estimated at $4,000-$8,000.

Session 1 will feature a pair of late 19th century Japanese sterling silver teapots, signed Konoike, to be sold as separate lots. Both are bulbous form with overall chrysanthemum repousse motif, applied dragon handle and foliated spout. Both are monogrammed and show Japanese characters at the base. One is 8 inches tall (est. $4,000-$6,000), the other 6 inches tall (est. $3,000-$5,000).

From China, an intricately pierced and carved 18th century cabinet, with a household interior, geometric motifs and flowers, and two vertical doors that open to a cabinet and two drawers, should realize $2,000-$4,000; while a pair of 19th century jade carvings, disc pierce and carved on both sides with figures and flowers, mounted into bronze finials, should breeze to $400-$600.

Also from Session 1, a Gorham sterling silver sphinx centerpiece compote in two interlocking parts, including an aesthetic engraved bowl with three horned lions applied to a ribbed rim, has an estimate of $1,000-$1,500; and a gorgeous Hermes 18kt gold and lizard skin bracelet, made in France and hallmarked, with a 10.3 diamond weight total, is expected to gavel for $400-$600.

While the Tiffany punch bowl is a Session 2 star, some other lots actually carry higher estimates. These include a 17th century oil on canvas painting by Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1618-1682), unsigned and overall 74 inches by 52 inches (est; $10,000-$20,000); and a gilt bronze sculpture by Dimitri Chiparus (1886-1947), titled Les Amis de Toujours, signed (est. $20,000-$30,000).

A 17th century Franco-Flemish tapestry, woven with children playing tag with a lushly foliated landscape and distant castles, sizable at 94 inches by 129 inches, with a few small separations, should make $8,000-$16,000; and a Persian area carpet with Kerman design, showing some wear and measuring 5 feet 10 inches by 8 feet 10 inches, is expected to change hands for $500-$1,000.

An 8-volume set of books, comprising Cook’s Voyages and Portfolio 17 (London, 1773), in fine condition, chronicling the exploits of Capt. James Cook, the British Naval explorer, is expected to rise to $10,000-$15,000. Also, a 3 ½ inch diameter Great Seal of the Confederate States of America, covered by a circular disk of glass, in mint condition, should sell for $3,000-$5,000.

A Gibson Les Paul Junior Sunburst electric guitar with original case, signed on the head stock and in completely original untouched condition, with some scattered chipping, has an estimate of $2,500-$5,000; while a pre-Columbian ceramic Mochica jaguar (possibly a fragment of a large vessel), with a later-added necklace with a pair of hand-carved stone fish, should hit $200-$400.

A rare salesman’s sample Arts & Crafts settee, oak, with front legs that slide open to form a bed, complete with brass tacks, antique bed ticking and velvet, is expected to finish at $1,000-$1,500; and a circa-1910 fine Fuselli lace cloth depicting four Italian artists (Titian, Botticelli, Veronese and Reni), with 12 matching napkins, 72 inches by 126 inches, has an estimate of $500-$1,000.

For those unable to attend the auction in person, internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

Exhibitions will be held on Thursday, October 26th, from 2-6 pm, and both auction days, when the gallery opens at 9 am and continuing throughout the day. All times quoted are Eastern time.

John McInnis Auctioneers is the largest full-service auction house on Boston’s North Shore. The firm’s 12,000-square-foot gallery is a 1930s brick Art Deco building that once housed a grocery store. A full staff of experts is proficient in 18th, 19th and 20th century fine and decorative arts.

John McInnis Auctioneers is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To consign a single piece, a collection or an estate, you may call them at (978) 388-0400; or, you can e-mail them at mcinnisauctions@yahoo.com. To learn more about John McInnis Auctioneers and the estates auction planned for October 27th and 28th, please visit www.mcinnisauctions.com.

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Zerotie, the World’s First Hands Free™ Self-lacing Shoes, creates buzz with debut of Kids line at Texas State Fair

Zerotie Soft Hill Youth shown in blue

I would say that 9 out of 10 people actually say “Wow!” when they try on a pair and roll-back their foot, they are just amazed.”

— Elliot Goodwin, Regional Sales Director , Zerotie

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 18, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Zerotie, hands free self-lacing shoes are showcasing at the Texas State Fair through this Sunday, October 22nd, 2017. The much-anticipated, new line of Men’s, Women’s and Children’s Fall 2017 Zerotie shoes has been on display throughout the twenty-four day event, in Dallas, at Fair Park on 1300 Robert B Cullum Boulevard and gotten lots of attention from the more than 2 million visitors that annually attend the Fair.

In honor of this special occasion, Zerotie is offering a 20% discount for purchases on www.zerotie.com using the code ZTTexasStateFair2017.

The new Zerotie line has been making its way across the country, at Fairs and Festivals beginning in the Summer of 2017. But not until the brand reached the Texas State Fair, did they unveil their new shoes for Kids. “You wouldn’t believe the reaction we are getting here.” states Elliot Goodwin, Regional Sales Director for the brand. “I have been on site here since the beginning of the Fair. I have been in the shoe industry all my life and have never seen such a “WOW!” factor from people. Oh, and Kids, they are going crazy over them!”

Zerotie is a unique shoe, in that it combines technology with footwear. The patented Zerotie system eliminates the need to bend down to tie and untie your shoes. With Zerotie shoes, there is no button to press or strap to pull. It’s simple and easy to use. To wear the shoe, you simply place your foot in the shoe, draw your foot back to activate the “tying” mechanism and you’re ready to go. Loosening the laces is just as easy. All you have to do is effortlessly press down on the small lever on the back of the shoe with your foot and you step right out. The shoes are absolutely hands free. Once you take them out of the box, you’ll never need to touch them with your hands again.

“This shoe presents a tremendous benefit to so many different types of consumers”, states Evan Cagner, C.E.O. of Synclaire Brands. “It’s really a quality of life product…our technology works great for people who need to tighten and loosen their shoes constantly, and those who take their shoes on and off many times a day; health care professionals, frequent air travelers, triathletes, runners, home services workers, the elderly and disabled, and people with special needs.”

“People are just blown away by the Zerotie lacing system,” states Goodwin. “I would say that 9 out of 10 people actually say “Wow!” when they try on a pair and roll-back their foot, they are just amazed.” In addition to the self-lacing mechanism in the shoe, he also finds that people make assumptions that as a trade-off they are heavy or uncomfortable. “I have had so many people tell me how surprised they are at the comfort and weight of the shoe.”

Goodwin, formerly of Larry’s Shoes, is enjoying being at the Texas State Fair and hearing all the various comments from people as they try on this brand new type of shoe. “Kids just love it! I mean, hey, they don’t’ have to tie their shoes, how cool is that?!” but there is a much greater purpose when it comes to Zerotie, as it is a great product for the many people, kids and adults, who have trouble tying or can’t tie their own shoes. “It’s really such a versatile shoe, it fits so many needs that people don’t even realize until they put them on.”

Zerotie was invented by Greg Johnson, after watching his mother struggle with bending down to tie her shoes due to her severe arthritis. After perfecting the design and technology, he connected with Victoria Staten, Zerotie’s Brand Manager. Ms. Staten spent many years of her career in the shoe business and now consumers all over the country will finally have an opportunity to wear these life changing shoes. “While the idea came from someone who couldn’t physically tie their shoes, we realized we were on to something when we tested it with kids who said they wore them every day and didn’t want to give them back!” states Staten.

The Fall 2017 collection includes Men’s, Women’s and Children’s, starting at a price point of $125USD for Adults and $70USD for Children’s. Zerotie are available now, online at www.zerotie.com as well as select Independent Comfort, Sporting Goods, General Outdoor, Tech Fashion and Children’s retailers nationwide. During the Texas State Fair, Zerotie is showcasing at Grand Place building booth # 38 and offering consumers a 20% discount by going to www.zerotie.com and using code ZTTexasStateFair2017.

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Pair of Georg Jensen Danish sterling silver compotes in the grape pattern will lead Antiques & Modern's Oct. 28 auction

Large pair of Georg Jensen sterling silver compotes in the grape pattern.

Glazed white earthenware Owl pitcher by Pablo Picasso for Madoura.

Gilt metal chess set and board by Italian visual artist and sculptor Giuseppe Vasari.

Original painting by Ynez Johnston (Am., b. 1920), titled Place of Intimations.

Vintage Tiffany & Company Elsa Peretti 18kt yellow gold heart pendant necklace.

A pair of Georg Jensen Danish sterling silver compotes in the grape pattern will headline an auction slated for Oct. 28 by Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 18, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A pair of Georg Jensen Danish sterling silver compotes in the grape pattern – at 12 inches in height, the largest Georg Jensen makes – boasting a total weight of 117.5 troy ounces, is the expected top lot at a Fine Antiques, Artwork & Sculpture Auction slated for Saturday, October 28th, by Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery, at 1 pm Eastern time.

The sale will be held in Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery’s showroom, at 811A Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach, Fla. Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, Auctionzip.com and eBay Live. Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted. All the lots may be previewed in the gallery on Friday, October 27th from 11 am to 5 pm Eastern.

More than 400 lots will come up for bid. The Jensen compotes (or tazzas, which are wide-form shallow bowls, standing on a footed stem) each have a circular pedestal foot with a spiral twisted stem, and a flaring circular bowl with pendant grape clusters. Both are marked to the underside, “Georg Jensen, Denmark, Sterling 264 B”. The lot is expected to hammer for $20,000-$30,000.

Another sterling silver lot – not quite as glamorous but still quite beautiful – is the 64-piece James Robinson sterling silver flatware set in the Trifid pattern, with appropriate pistol handle knives (est. $2,500-$3,500). Each piece is hallmarked and marked “James Robinson England” and the set has a combined sterling weight of 85 weighable and 5 handled troy silver ounces.

The auction will also feature a collection of Taxco Mexican sterling, to include four lots by the artisan Antonia Pineda, a collection of Tiffany & Company jewelry, original paintings by Ynez Johnston (Am., b. 1920), large Egyptian blue faience ushabti (small glazed earthenware figures made to look like human mummies), a Picasso owl pitcher for Madoura and fine Asian objects.

Starting in the late 1940s Pablo Picasso (Sp./Fr., 1881-1973) began creating ceramic works and eventually partnered with the Madoura workshop in France, which marketed and sold his pieces. One of these is in the auction: a glazed white earthenware Owl pitcher, 9 ¾ inches tall, painted in blue and inscribed and stamped ‘Edition Picasso’ with the ‘Madoura’ stamp (est. $6,000-$8,000).

Lot #3 in the auction is a beautiful gilt metal chess set and board by the Italian visual artist and sculptor Giuseppe Vasari (1934-2005). The figural armies of the set (the tallest of which is five inches) depict the Battle of Waterloo. Included are the 32 chessmen and a gilt metal mounted onyx chessboard, rising on cannon supports. The artist-signed set should make $2,000-$3,000.

The artworks by Ynez Johnston are sumi ink, dyes and acrylic paintings on handmade rice paper. One is titled Place of Intimations (est. $1,600-$1,800); another is titled Rajput Series 4 (est. $1,000-$1,200). Both are matted and framed. Johnston’s work is characterized by jigsaw shapes reminiscent of primitive designs. Her style is a unique blend of modernism and ancient art forms.

Antonio Pineda (1919-2009), was an internationally renowned Mexican modernist silversmith who was praised for his bold, striking jewelry designs and ingenious use of gemstones. Up for bid will be a sterling silver necklace (est. $400-$600) and bracelet (est. $300-$500), both in the thumbprint pattern; and a sterling silver brooch having interlocked ring design with a rock crystal center stone, and a sterling silver money clip in the form of an arrowhead (est. $100-$150 each).

The large Egyptian blue faience ushabti date from the late Ptolemaic period and depict mummy-like figures having an Osirian false beard and holding picks and hoes. Both show a T-band of hieroglyphic inscription, spanning the waist and continuing down the front of the leg case. Both are mounted on stands. One is 6 inches tall (est. $800-$1,200), one is 5 inches (est. $600-$800).

Asian objects will feature one lot consisting of six pieces of 18th century Chinese export grisaille porcelain, including two teapots with lids, a pitcher with lid, jar, teacup and saucer (est. $2,000-$2,500); and a Chinese yellow glazed porcelain double gourd vase, marked to the underside with a 6-character calligraphy mark inside a blue double circle, 14 ½ inches tall (est. $1,500-$2,000).

The name Tiffany is like a magnet to collectors. The auction will showcase a vintage Tiffany & Company Elsa Peretti 18kt yellow gold heart pendant with a ‘no-clasp’ necklace, marked to the heart (est. $800-$1,200); and a vintage Tiffany & Company sterling silver necklace having a ribbed design and 18kt yellow gold wire overlay, marked to back of the clasp (est. $800-$1,000).

One of the more unusual and intriguing lots on display is a carved and painted wood sculpture by William Dickey King (N.Y./Fla., 1925-2015), depicting the American tennis player “Big Bill” Tilden (est. $2,500-$3,000). The sculpture, 67 ½ inches tall, is dated 1979 and titled The Good Old Days to the base. Mr. King was known for his whimsical modernist sculptures and ceramics.

Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. Appointments for evaluations are available Monday thru Friday, from 10-6. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery at 561-318-1834 or e-mail to info@antiquesmodern.com. For more information please visit www.antiquesmodern.com.

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Scott Cieckiewicz
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