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In recent years, the number of people learning to play the piano has been in steady decline.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In fact, the same can now be said of most traditional musical instruments.

With advances in technology and the size of the average new home slowly shrinking, the piano, in particular, has fallen out of favor.

"People don't have space for a huge piano like they used to," says Sarasota businessman Ricardo Cordova. "Especially those living in big cities where space is at a particular premium."

He continues, "People are more interested in their smartphones than learning to play an instrument such as the piano, which I think is a shame."

Cordova is keen to change opinions and hopes that offering free piano lessons might do the trick.

"I fell in love with the piano at a young age," he remarks. "I've subsequently taught a number of people to play and they've all fallen in love with it, too."

Ricardo Cordova plans to offer beginner and intermediate level piano lessons to a number of individuals. "One-to-one or small groups, whatever is most attractive to those looking to learn," he says.

"It's a wonderful skill to have, and one which stays with you for a lifetime," adds Ricardo Cordova. "I love being able to just sit down at a piano and play one of my favorite songs. It's wonderful."

The decline in piano playing goes back to the 1990s when youngsters began to favor the electronic keyboard over the piano.

In an interview with British newspaper The Observer, veteran piano teacher Dame Fanny Waterman laments on this, saying, "Lots of children are learning it from the electric piano. A waste of time, because you don't get the speed of the key descent, and you don't get the different sounds."

She continues, "Nowadays, they aren't taught the subtleties you can bring out of the piano."

Cordova agrees. "The keyboard is great, but it's a bit like comparing a violin to a guitar. They're completely different beasts," he says. "What's more, a keyboard lacks all of the romance of a traditional piano. I wish more people could see that."

According to Steinway & Sons, the famous American-German piano company, playing the piano has many benefits.

Regular piano playing has been shown to sharpen fine motor skills, enhance hand-eye coordination, and improve memory.

According to Steinway, piano playing also builds good habits such as focus, perseverance, diligence, and creativity.

"People who create music experience less anxiety, loneliness, and depression," adds the company.

Cordova plans to reach out to interested parties in the Sarasota area in coming weeks.

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Diamond Jewelry Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 – 2023

Diamond Jewelry Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2023

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Diamond Jewelry Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2023” reports to its database.

This report provides in depth study of “Diamond Jewelry Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Diamond Jewelry Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

The global Diamond Jewelry market will reach xxx Million USD in 2017 with CAGR xx% 2018-2023. The objective of report is to define, segment, and project the market on the basis of product type, application, and region, and to describe the content about the factors influencing market dynamics, policy, economic, technology and market entry etc.

Leading vendors in the market are included based on profile, business performance etc. Vendors mentioned as follows:
Chow Tai Fook
Richemont
Signet Jewellers
Swatch Group
Rajesh Exports
Lao Feng Xiang
Tiffany
Malabar Gold and Diamonds
LVMH Moet Hennessy
Zocai
Swarovski Corporation
Chow Sang Sang
Luk Fook
Pandora
Damiani
Stuller
Gitanjali Group
GUCCI
Graff Diamond
Damas International
Buccellati
De Beers
Blue Nile
CHANEL

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Based on products type, the report describes major products type share of regional market. Products mentioned as follows:
Rings
Necklaces
Earrings
Others

Based on Application, the report describes major application share of regional market. Application mentioned as follows:
Wedding
Festival
Fashion
Others

Based on region, the report describes major regions market by products and application. Regions mentioned as follows:
Asia-Pacific
North America
Europe
South America
Middle East & Africa

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Table of Contents

1 Market Overview
1.1 Objectives of Research
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Specifications
1.1.3 Diamond Jewelry refer to Rings, Necklaces, Earrings, and others with a certain value, made with diamond and precious metals such as silver, platinum.
1.2 Market Segment
1.2.1 by Type
1.2.1.1 Rings
1.2.1.2 Necklaces
1.2.1.3 Earrings
1.2.1.4 Others
1.2.2 by Application
1.2.2.1 Wedding
1.2.2.2 Festival
1.2.2.3 Fashion
1.2.2.4 Others
1.2.3 by Regions

2 Industry Chain
2.1 Industry Chain Structure
2.2 Upstream
2.3 Market
2.3.1 SWOT
2.3.2 Dynamics

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8 Major Vendors
8.1 Chow Tai Fook
8.1.2 Profile
8.1.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.2 Richemont
8.2.1 Profile
8.2.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.3 Signet Jewellers
8.3.1 Profile
8.3.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.4 Swatch Group
8.4.1 Profile
8.4.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.5 Rajesh Exports
8.5.1 Profile
8.5.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.6 Lao Feng Xiang
8.6.1 Profile
8.6.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.7 Tiffany
8.7.1 Profile
8.7.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.8 Malabar Gold and Diamonds
8.8.1 Profile
8.8.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.9 LVMH Moet Hennessy
8.9.1 Profile
8.9.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.10 Zocai
8.10.1 Profile
8.10.2 Business Performance (Sales Revenue, Cost, Gross Margin)
8.11 Swarovski Corporation
8.12 Chow Sang Sang
8.13 Luk Fook
8.14 Pandora
8.15 Damiani
8.16 Stuller
8.17 Gitanjali Group
8.18 GUCCI
8.19 Graff Diamond
8.20 Damas International
8.21 Buccellati
8.22 De Beers
8.23 Blue Nile
8.24 CHANEL

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Archives of material pertaining to Albert Einstein and Custer's widow will headline University Archives' Feb. 21 auction

Einstein archive comprising letters and telegrams (14 pieces in all) sent to a Danish journalist friend (est. $15,000-$20,000).

Elizabeth Custer archive, over 600 manuscript pages, a museum-quality trove of letters and drafts (est. $20,000-$25,000).

Recently discovered four-page letter, written in 1917 by Alexander Graham Bell to his wife, Mabel (est. $12,000-$14,000).

Muhammad Ali’s personal diary from 1968, over 1,800 words written in the champ’s own hand, with two signatures (est. $8,000-$10,000).

John F. Kennedy’s personal Cuban Missile Crisis “Victory Map”, 55 inches by 21 inches (est. $30,000-$35,000).

Rare and fascinating archives of material pertaining to Albert Einstein and Gen. George Armstrong Custer’s wife Elizabeth, plus others, will come up for bid.

Many of these archives haven’t seen the light of day for many years. These groups present a significant opportunity for both institutions and collectors alike. ”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CT, UNITED STATES, February 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — WESTPORT, Conn. – Rare and fascinating archives of material pertaining to Albert Einstein and Gen. George Armstrong Custer’s wife Elizabeth, plus others, will come up for bid in an online-only auction of autographed documents, manuscripts, books and relics scheduled for Wednesday, February 21st by University Archives, at 10:30 am Eastern. In all, 249 lots will come up for sale.

Bidders can view all the lots now, and register to bid, at www.UniversityArchives.com. Online bidding is being facilitated by Invaluable.com. The auction is packed with important, scarce and collectible signed documents and other items relating to some of the most important names in all of history. The archives are in the spotlight due to their rarity, importance and high estimates.

“Many of these archives haven’t seen the light of day for many years,” said John Reznikoff, the founder and president of University Archives, based in Westport. “These groups present a significant opportunity for both institutions and collectors alike. Sometimes dealers end up buying them and breaking them up. This sale has a host of material in nearly every category.”

The Einstein archive comprises letters and telegrams (14 pieces in all) written by Albert and his wife Elsa, to their friend, the Danish journalist Karen Stampe Bendix (1881-1963). Written in Danish and German from 1930-1933, the letters cover a range of topics, to include the growing German threat (“particularly deplorable is the weak stance by the British”) (est. $15,000-$2,000).

The Elizabeth Custer archive of over 600 manuscript pages is a newly discovered, unpublished and museum-quality trove of letters and drafts by Mrs. Custer, the custodian of the legacy of her famous military husband killed at Little Big Horn. Most were written from Daytona Beach, Fla. (circa 1927-1932). Included are several notebooks, plus a buggy whip (est. $20,000-$25,000).

Additional archives in the auction will include:

• An archive of ten signatures, signed letters and documents from ten U.S. Secretaries of the Treasury, to include Alexander Hamilton (a partially printed document, signed as “Alexander Hamilton” and dated January 4th, 1792, in the midst of a financial crisis), Salmon Chase (also a partially printed document), and eight others. (est. $3,000-$5,000).
• An archive of twelve letters (21 pages total) written by and to Gen. William Smallwood (1732-1792), all pertaining to the recruitment of soldiers and officers for the Maryland Line in the Continental Army at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. After the war, Smallwood was elected to Congress and was Governor of Maryland (est. $6,000-$8,000).
• An archive of 17 autograph letters signed “C.E. Gordon” (Charles “Chinese” Gordon), 13 of them dated 1882 and mostly relating to tortoises and the giant Coco de Mer palm tree growing in the Seychelles in Africa, which Gordon had identified as the location of the biblical Garden of Eden (the palm being the Tree of Knowledge). (est. $5,000-$6,000).
• An archive of more than 225 letters, mostly written between 1942 and 1945, by British Lieutenant Jack Harrison of the Royal Navy – over 1,000 pages in all, to include five full page detailed drawings, to his mother in Nottingham, England. Also included are letters and envelopes from Harrison’s service in Africa in 1945 and after (est. $1,200-$1,400).

Kennedy items are hugely popular with collectors. Lots will include John F. Kennedy’s personal and historic Cuban Missile Crisis “Victory Map”, 55 inches by 21 inches, with eight “sticker” symbols representing Soviet planes, ships and missiles (est. $30,000-$35,000); and a six-page letter hand-written by Jackie Kennedy to her mother while in college, in 1951, from aboard the Queen Elizabeth ship, written on Cunard Line stationery, with illustrations (est. $3,500-$4,000).

Muhammad Ali’s personal diary from 1968, with over 1,800 words written in the champ’s own hand, including two signatures, has an estimate of $8,000-$10,000. The diary, titled National Diary for 1968, was written while Ali was banned from boxing for refusing military service. Also, a four-page manuscript written by Marlon Brando, with signatures, a peek into the inner mind of the enigmatic actor, with musings, quotes and meanderings, should hit $1,800-$2,000.

Presidential items are a hallmark of University Archives auctions. A document inscribed and signed by Abraham Lincoln from June 10, 1861, written to Secretary of War Simon Cameron, endorsing a Maryland general’s request to assemble a brigade, should bring $6,000-$8000; and a free franked postal cover inscribed and signed by Thomas Jefferson in Sept. 1821, addressed to a professor of medicine at Transylvania University in Kentucky, has an estimate of $3,500-$4,000.

A recently discovered four-page letter, written and signed by Alexander Graham Bell in 1917 to his wife Mabel, signed by him and possibly one of only a couple of Bell letters in private hands that mention the telephone, has an estimate of $12,000-$14,000. Also, an important archive of 39 letters, mostly typewritten, between Dr. George Papanicolaou, the inventor of the Pap smear, and noted eugenicist Dr. Leon F. Whitney, spanning 1937-1954, should gavel for $10,000-$12,000.

A lovely typed copy of the poem The Road Not Taken, signed by its author, Robert Frost, should command $800-$1,000. It’s a narrative poem – four stanzas of five lines each – and reads quite conversationally. It’s also one of Frost’s most popular works. Also, a one-page partially printed and partially handwritten document in Cyrillic, signed by the Russian Empress Catherine the Great (as “Catherine”), dated Feb. 23, 1765 and rewarding a servant, should hit $1,500-$1,700.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by John Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, February 21st auction, please visit www.universityarchives.com.

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John Reznikoff
University Archives
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All-Star East Meets West Celebrity Hoopfest Hosted by USC at the Galen Center to Benefit Charities

The star-studded game will benefit underprivileged and marginalized youth throughout Los Angeles and Houston. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Los Angeles and The Steve Francis Foundation.

Nickelodeon Game Shakers’ Star Sheldon Bailey will perform at the pre-game show and play in the basketball game. Doors open at 5 p.m.

Basketball Trainer Wayne Slappy with Player Dwayne Linwood Sample and annual Hoopfest Founder Carye Parker of Anthem Communication. Slappy has coached and trained NBA, WNBA and oveseas professionals for more than 40 years.

Grammy Nominated Singer Ledisi will perform the national anthem at the Celebrity Hoopfest on Feb. 13 at the USC Galen Center.

Live entertainment at the Hoopfest include pre-assembly performance for 1000 students by Shawn “Hazz” McDonald, co-founder of Champion World USA, Kid Ink, and Halftime performer Zupa Nova on Feb. 13 at USC Galen Center.

Coach Joe "Jellybean" Bryant and Trainer Wayne Slappy will lead teams in a celebrity basketball game to celebrate a bond between the U.S. and China

The game will be live streamed globally with a focus on China. The free streaming platforms include but not limited to YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Roku, and Amazon (PPV).”

— Carye Parker, CEO of Anthem Communication

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, February 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Anthem Communication in association with The Steve Francis Foundation and Three-Sixty RAW present the 2018 East meets West Celebrity Basketball Game on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6 p.m. to celebrate the bond in progress between the U.S. and China. Hosted by the University of Southern California at the Galen Center located at 3400 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90089, the teams feature players from around the world. Tickets are available at http://www.galentix.com. Doors open at 5 pm.

The all-star teams are coached by Joe "Jellybean" Bryant (Kobe Bryant's father) and renowned trainer Wayne Slappy. Join Kobe in supporting his father in this epic celebrity event. Featured players include Steve Francis (former NBA player), comic/actor Bill Bellamy, Keith Harris, Dominique Columbus (Ray Donovan Show), Tullio Parry, Tank, Layzie Bone, Brian Courtney Wilson, Corey Clark, Dwayne Sample, Sheldon Bailey, Xiaohan Guo, Chase Crawford, Tony Farmer, Cutino Mobly, BDot, Los Famous, Tyran Brown, Dr. Detroit, and more.

Delpha Baxter aka "DB The Legend" will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. The family-friendly pre-game show will feature Nickelodeon's Game Shakers' star Sheldon Bailey, recording artist Shawn "Hazz" McDonald, Kid Ink, and more. Grammy nominee Ledisi performs the national anthem with half-time entertainment headlined by Zupa Nova.

"This is the first time we are collaborating with China," said Carye Parker, CEO of Anthem Communication. "With celebrity players, guest commentators and players from China and the U.S. who are graciously donating their time for charitable giving, this is a game not to be missed." The teams will consist of global innovators (educators, investors, bankers, firemen, accountants, city workers, etc.) and entertainers.

"The game will be live streamed globally with a focus on China," said Parker. "The free streaming platforms include but not limited to YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Roku, and Amazon (PPV)."

Confirmed celebrities include Paul Pierce, Ashanti, Dexter Darden, Vanessa Simmons, Don Benjamin, Aaron Bing (Grammy nominee), Patrick Faucette, Paula Jai Parker-Martin (Ray Donovan and Bounce TV's Family Time), Forrest Martin (writer/actor), Jensen Atwood (Sasha Lanes), Brittany Elena, Hazel E, Jubba Seyyid (TVOne Executive), Jovan Dawkins (Grammy Winner), Derick Norman, Steven Price, Rey Howery, K’mil McFadden, Saniyya Sidney, Corey Clark, Ser'Darius Blain, Sam Lerner, Jake Allyn, Xolo Maridueña, and many more.

The star-studded game will benefit underprivileged and marginalized youth throughout Los Angeles and Houston.
"A portion of the proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Los Angeles and The Steve Francis Foundation," said Parker. "Any donation you would like to make is tax deductible."

The game will be powered with activities for all ages and gender, including:
• Celebrity Spelling Bee (Celebrity vs. Student)
• VIP Lounge that will host a private cigar bar
• Pre-Assembly for 1000 students with performances by Shawn "Hazz" McDonald, co-founder of Champion World USA, and Sheldon Bailey, founder of Sheldon Bailey Humanity.
• Halftime show by Zupa Nova featuring Shane Sparks

For more information on the event please click here: https://www.sponseasy.com/p/all-star-celebrity-charity-basketball-game.

Note: All appearances are subject to change.

For discounted ticket and game information, contact Anthem Communication at info@anthemcommunication.com. Tickets for kids are $5 – We encourage sponsorship of kids in the community. Use this link: Student Registrations (Celebrity Hoop Fest 2018).

For talent and player interviews, contact Platinum Star PR at 213-276-7827 or info@platinumstarpr.com.

Hashtags:
#threesixtyraw #caryeparker #anthemcommunication #zupanova #platinumstarpr #championworldUSA

Venue Safety Instructions:
To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite guest entry into the venue, the Galen Center will be implementing a "clear bag policy" that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the arena for all events (one clear bag no larger than 12" x 6" x 12" per person) starting January 1st, 2018. The policy does not affect other items that fans normally bring to a game, which still can be carried in their pockets or openly in their arms. Also, for increased security, all guests entering the Galen Center walk through metal detector screening with arms raised (guests should remove metal items from pockets).

About the Steve Francis Foundation
The Steve Francis Foundation is a domestic non-profit foundation located in the state of Texas (State ID# 800897595). The mission of The Steve Francis Foundation is to create educational and recreational opportunities for at-risk youth.
Some of the programs include The Brenda Wilson Scholarship Program. This program serves as Steve Francis’ inspiration to help underprivileged students overcome financial hurdles so that they may fulfill their dreams of attending college or vocational/trade school.

About the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club
The Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club was founded in 1944 as the Los Angeles Times Boys’ Club by a group of Lincoln Heights community activists. In 1950, The LA Times Charities dedicated the current building, a 33,000 square-foot facility, including a swimming pool, gym, and athletic field.

Many of the top civic leaders of Los Angeles during this era became involved in The Los Angeles Times Boys’ Club including Norman Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times and Earl Warren, Governor of California.

In 1990, the Club became the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club officially including girls in the club. A thriving community center today, the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club offers services to both youth and their families.

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The Steve Francis Foundation Scholarship Program was created in 2004 in honor of former NBA All-Star Steve Francis’ mother Brenda Wilson.


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Basquiat and Warhol share the spotlight in Woodshed Art Auctions' online-only fine art sale held February 1st

Untitled skeleton head painting attributed to Jean-Michel Basquiat, unframed ($37,500).

Mid-1980s gouache on paper rendering of the Apple Macintosh logo, attributed to Andy Warhol ($36,000).

Abstract composition, gouache and graphite on paper, attributed to Stuart Davis ($9,600).

Spray paint on cardboard attributed to the enigmatic British graffiti artist Banksy ($10,200).

Study for the painting La Pastorale, attributed to the French artist Henri Matisse ($4,200).

It’s fitting that the top two lots in Woodshed Art Auctions’ internet only fine art auction held Feb. 1st were claimed by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol.

Several websites for Apple fans spread the news about the Warhol Apple Macintosh study, and to our pleasant surprise many of the bidders on that piece bid on other lots too. ”

— Bruce Wood

FRANKLIN, MASS., UNITED STATES, February 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — FRANKLIN, Mass. – It’s fitting that the top two lots in Woodshed Art Auctions’ internet only fine art auction held February 1st were claimed by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol. Not only were the two arguably the kings of the New York Pop Art scene of the 1980s, they currently occupy first and second place for most ever paid for an artwork by an American artist at auction.

Warhol held the record for several years when his 1963 canvas titled Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster) sold for $104.5 million at an auction held in 2013 at Sotheby’s in New York. But in May of last year, Basquiat’s enormous and powerful untitled skull painting sold for a staggering $110.54 million, also thru Sotheby’s. The buyer was the Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa.

Those nosebleed prices weren’t attained in the Woodshed auction, but they were respectable for attributions. The Basquiat, coincidentally, was also an untitled skull, similar to its larger, more famous cousin, but diminutive (12 inches by 22 inches, unframed). The signed oil on canvas sold to a bidder in Greece for $37,500. Basquiat died from a drug overdose in 1988. He was only 27.

The Warhol was a gouache on paper of the iconic Apple Macintosh logo, done around 1985 and signed front and back, verso marked with reference numbers and framed. It was possibly a color study for an Apple advertising commission. The playful and vivid painting, 16 ½ inches square, sold to a bidder in China for $36,000. Warhol died following gallbladder surgery in 1987, at 58.

“Several websites for Apple fans spread the news about the Warhol Apple Macintosh study, and to our pleasant surprise many of the bidders on that piece bid on other lots too,” remarked Bruce Wood of Woodshed Art Auctions. The Private Art Collections & Estates Discoveries Auction consisted of 142 lots of modestly priced artworks from consignors in many countries worldwide.

Following are additional highlights from the auction. All prices quoted include the buyer’s premium, which was 25 percent for LiveAuctioneers.com and 20 percent for the Woodshed Art Auctions website, www.woodshedartauctions.com. Bidding thru the website was just introduced.

Andy Warhol appeared more than once in the sale. A mixed media (acrylic, silkscreen and ink) on paper of the famous Coca-Cola Bottle, attributed to Warhol and signed front and back, rose to $25,200. Also, an ink on buff-colored drawing paper attributed to Warhol, revealing his quirky ongoing preoccupation with ladies’ shoes in his earlier 1950s illustrations, topped out at $9,600.

Finally, a mixed media painting on white mould-made paper attributed to Warhol, depicting the actor Dennis Hopper, pencil signed, 16 ¼ inches by 11 ½ inches, unframed, fetched $5,700. And who doesn’t love Banksy, the anonymous British graffiti artist and political activist? A spray paint on cardboard attributed to Banksy, titled go back to bed, signed in stencil, realized $10,200.

An oil on canvas mounted onto board, signed by and attributed to Jane Peterson (Am., 1876-1965), titled Boats in Gloucester Harbor, in a frame, was the sale’s third top lot, selling for $26,400. An abstract composition, gouache and graphite on paper attributed to Stuart Davis (Am., 1892-1964), signed in graphite under the 18 inch by 25 ¼ inch image, garnered $9,600.

An oil on canvas abstract black and white painting attributed to Sam Francis (Am., 1923-1994), the profound Abstract Expressionist, signed lower left, 22 ½ inches by 21 inches framed, breezed to $9,600. Also, an oil on canvas painting attributed to Cuban artist Wifredo Lam (1902-1982), signed upper right and verso, framed in a three-inch gold frame with black liner, sold for $6,875.

Salvador Dali (Sp., 1904-1989) also made multiple appearances in the sale. Artworks done in the manner of the irrepressible Surrealist included an ink and gouache drawing on paper, unframed, titled Figures in Landscape, signed front and back ($2,400, to a Belgian bidder); and an oil on linen canvas titled Dream, unframed, 13 ¾ inches by 11 ¾ inches ($4,062, to a Florida bidder).

A study for the painting La Pastorale attributed to Henri Matisse (Fr., 1869-1954), the original of which was stolen by a lone thief from the Musee d’Art Moderne in Paris in 2010, went for $4,200. Also, an unframed painting attributed to the Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1970), 8 inches by 10 inches, with a COA from Gallery 64 in Belfast, Ireland, rose to $3,600.

An untitled oil and acrylic on paper attributed to Mark Rothko (Am., 1903-1970), signed verso and measuring 14 inches by 11 inches, went to a determined bidder for $6,000. Guy Carleton Wiggins (Am., 1883-1962), famous for his snowy New York City streetscapes, was represented in the sale by an oil on paperboard titled Washington Square Winter, signed and titled ($4,687).

An untitled painting attributed to the renowned American artist Norman Rockwell (1894-1989), likely a work for an unpublished story and capturing the poses, facial expressions and good-natured humor that made him famous, realized $5,000; while a watercolor and pencil on paper done in the manner of Agnes Martin (1912-2004), titled Geometric Composition, made $4,375.

An oil on canvas Interior Scene attributed to the noted African American artist H.O. Tanner (1859-1937), signed lower right and framed, 25 ½ inches by 24 ¾ inches, sold to a bidder in Tennessee for $3,750. Also, Study for a Woman Reading, an oil on canvas attributed to the American post-impressionist painter John Whorf (1903-1959), signed, commanded $1,140.

A tempera on paper signed and attributed to the Belgian artist Georges Remi (1920-1983), who wrote under the pen name Herge, brought $5,000. The work, titled Tintin and Milou (Snowy), was for The Adventures of Tintin, the beloved children’s series of 24 comic albums created by Herge. Also, an abstract oil painting on paper attributed to Dutch artist Karel Appel (1921-2006), signed upper right and in a white gold gilded frame, was sold to a bidder in Portugal for $2,500.

Woodshed Art Auctions is a family-owned art gallery specializing in oil painting restoration and live and online art auctions, celebrating its 50th anniversary. The firm is always accepting quality artworks for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Bruce Wood at 508-533-6277; or, e-mail him at bruce@woodshedartauctions.com.

For more information about Woodshed Art Auctions and the firm’s calendar of upcoming online-only fine art auctions, please visit www.woodshedartauctions.com.

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Immerse yourself in the 1930s with this amazing new postal subscription game

Cosykiller box one, with letter from the heir hunter, a burned journal, and cipher

Box one in the first story includes a hand burned journal.

Box two of cosykiller contains a folded cigarette card, letter, burned diya, and some other intreguing objects

The attention to detail continues as the story develops into box 2

The team behind the CosyKiller project

The team behind the CosyKiller project

The latest in role playing and puzzle games to hit the market – Cosykiller is a unique project spanning traditional book publishing and board games.

GRIMSBY, N.E.LINCS , UK, February 9, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The year is 1934 and Marie Jones is missing…

Red Herring Games invites you to join the world wide team of sleuths who are already engrossed in the latest role playing game to hit the open market.

Funded originally through Kickstarter and gradually growing its fan base – this is a subscription box with a difference! Described as a cross between a choose your own adventure novel and a role playing detective game; this unique project was brought to life by the award winning firm Red Herring Games, an international team of fictional assassins.

Each month players are sent critical details pertaining to the case from an heir hunter who is searching through the clues in the past to try and discover what happened to Marie.

Each box holds different clues, and as the investigation unfolds players are sent objects designed to recreate the look and feel of a period crime, including vintage themed memorabilia, spices, aged paper, even an old journal with burned pages. There are ciphers, sketches and plenty of intrigue. All in all – it's an ideal present for wannabe sleuths, armchair detectives and lovers of vintage memorabilia.

Find out more about the story or join in the hunt for the killer at www.cosykiller.com

Jo Smedley
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Rosanne Hanley to organize free senior fitness class

Rosanne Hanley

Rosanne Hanley

Rosanne Hanley is no stranger to fundraising and hosting classes and events for the local community.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The social activist—a fitness enthusiast and keen volleyball player—now plans to host a free fitness class for senior citizens in her area.

Florida is currently home to over 3 million residents aged 65 and above, while 1 in 20 residents is now in their 80s or older.

By the latest estimates, the number of over 65s in Florida is projected to reach close to 10 million by 2030. This is largely due to migration of senior citizens from other areas of the US.

As of 2018, only California has more seniors and is currently home to upwards of 4 million residents aged over 65.

"People are living longer," says Rosanne Hanley, "and they're moving to places like Florida and California to enjoy the sunshine, great food and sense of community on offer in their golden years."

Rosanne Hanley has spotted a problem, however. "Living somewhere wonderful is great, but only if you can enjoy it," she points out. "I want to make sure Florida's aging population is fit, healthy and mobile enough to enjoy the weather, the scenery, the beaches and everything else the state has to provide. A reasonable level of fitness, in old age, is key to achieving that."

Research shows that the benefits of exercise and fitness on the elderly are plentiful.

Those who exercise tend to have an increased immune response which reduces the impact of illness and chronic disease.

Regular exercise also helps to improve digestive function, blood pressure levels, and bone density, while simultaneously reducing the risk of Alzheimer's disease, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease, and certain cancers.

Example exercises for the elderly include aerobic activities which increase heart rate and breathing, such as brisk walking, dancing or swimming. Strength exercises improve muscle tone, while exercises focused on balance help to prevent falls.

Meanwhile, flexibility exercises help to both stretch and further strengthen muscles, allowing the body to remain limber, even in old age.

Indeed, Hanley isn't trying to turn Florida's pensioners into Olympic athletes.

"It's not about doing the 100m dash, it's simply about maintaining good mobility and an above-average level of overall health and fitness," she remarks.

"It's what I want for my own older relatives, and it's what I want for their friends, neighbors and the rest of Florida's constantly aging population," Hanley adds.

"The class will be free for residents of Sarasota and surrounding areas," reiterates Rosanne Hanley, "and it's open to everyone who's a little older and wishes to improve their general fitness without overexerting themselves. I want everyone of a certain age and above to feel welcome!"

Eric Ash
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The contents of Turtle Walk — the home of fashion icon Millicent Rogers in Taos, N.M. — will be auctioned Feb. 22-23

Millicent Rogers, in a famous photo from Vogue in 1945, seated at lot 16 — a William IV carved mahogany library table.

Oil on canvas painting by Henri Fantin-Latour (Fr., 1836-1904), signed and framed (est. $15,000-$25,000).

Spectacular Navajo pictorial weaving, a sand-painting example in the ‘Whirling Log’ design, circa 1925 (est. $18,000-$25,000).

Beautiful Cizhou ware meiping vase from northern China, Song-Jin dynasty era, 17 inches tall (est. $10,000-$15,000).

Spanish Baroque iron-mounted walnut vargueno, circa 16th or 17th century, with embellishments (est. $10,000-$20,000).

The contents of Turtle Walk – the Taos, New Mexico home of renowned fashion icon and art collector Millicent Rogers (Am., 1902-1953) – will be sold Feb. 22-23.

COLUMBIA, S.C., UNITED STATES, February 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. – The contents of Turtle Walk – the Taos, New Mexico home of renowned fashion icon and art collector Millicent Rogers (Am., 1902-1953) – will be at the center of an auction planned for February 22nd and 23rd by Charlton Hall Auctions, online and in the firm’s gallery at 7 Lexington Drive in West Columbia. Start time both days is 11 am Eastern. For those unable to attend the sale in person, online bidding will be provided by Invaluable.com.

Mary Millicent Abigail Rogers was the granddaughter of Henry Huddleston Rogers, Sr., one of the original founding partners of Standard Oil, along with John D. Rockefeller, Sr. As heiress to her family’s vast wealth, Ms. Rogers was able to freely indulge her passions for travel, fashion, romance (she was married three times and had romances with Clark Gable, Ian Fleming and the Prince of Wales, among others) and, perhaps most important, Southwestern-style art and jewelry.

While visiting Taos, New Mexico with friends, she was captivated by the beauty and culture of the American Indians. She bought a rundown 17th century house, renovated it, named it Turtle Walk and became a permanent resident of Taos. She immersed herself in the art, jewelry and culture of the Pueblo, Hopi, Navajo, Apache and Zuni tribes and incorporated Indian designs throughout the house. She also became a dedicated champion of Native American civil rights.

Turtle Walk was filled with an eclectic array of Native American art and objects, decorative arts, furniture, fine art and fine appointments (and books) for the library. Also offered in the sale will be part of the estates of Arturo Peralta Ramos, Jr., Millicent’s son, and his wife, as well as property from the estate of Julia Brewster Ballard, the mother of the highly successful Ballard Design Company, objects from a Southern museum deaccession, and collections from 14 states.

Native American art and objects will feature several spectacular Navajo pictorial weavings, to include a sand-painting example in the ‘Whirling Log’ design by either Hastiin Klah or Gladys Manuelito, circa 1925, 66 inches by 68 inches; a tightly-woven, serape-style Late Classic men’s wearing blanket, circa 1880, showing serrated devices and thunderbirds; and a Navajo Yeibichai weaving made circa 1930-1940, showing dancers in ceremonial attire, 38 inches by 58 inches.

Also offered will be a photogravure titled Indians on Horseback by the renowned American West photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), signed and framed, 16 inches by 12 inches; 19th century Hopi painted cottonwood katsina dolls, including a Talavai doll, 15 ½ inches tall and one with a pale green case mask, black skirt and kilt, 13 ½ inches tall. Also up for bid will be a pair of fully-beaded late 19th century Sioux hide mocassins, sinew stitched and boasting velvet cuffs.

The category will also feature a painting on hide attributed to Teddy Weahkee (Zuni, 1890-1965), titled Knife Wing God, circa 1920-1950, with vibrant design elements, 60 inches by 43 inches; a circa 1900 Apache pictorial basketry olla with horse, dog, cross and geometric designs in devil’s claw; and 19th century pipe tomahawks, including a Plains/Prairie tomahawk, richly patinated, 25 inches long, and a Plains tomahawk with diamond and sun design, 14 inches long.

The original artwork will span the globe. Oil on canvas paintings by foreign artists will include Pensees et Dahlias Dans Une Vase by Henri Fantin-Latour (Fr., 1836-1904), artist signed and framed, 19 inches by 13 inches; Celebrating the New Arrival by the Flemish painter Jan Josef Horemans (1714-1792), artist signed and unframed, 18 ½ inches by 24 ½ inches; and Procession by Josep Maria Sert I Badia (Sp., 1874-1945), framed and unsigned, 12 inches by 27 ½ inches.

Works by American artists will feature an oil on canvas painting by Oscar Edmund Berninghaus (N.M., 1874-1945), titled Bunk House, Taos, NM, artist signed and framed, 12 inches by 16 inches; an oil on canvas by Danish-American artist Emil Carlsen (1848-1932), titled Still Life of Roses in Vase, artist signed and framed, 22 inches by 16 inches; and a framed tempera on paper by Morris Graves (Wash., 1910-2001) simply titled Vase, unsigned, 48 ½ inches by 24 ½ inches.

There are even artworks in the auction of and by Millicent Rogers. An early 20th century Portrait of Millicent Rogers, done in pastel and pencil and in a frame, 20 inches by 14 inches, is artist signed, but illegibly, so it’s unsure who rendered it. Meanwhile, an unsigned 15-inch-tall bronze bust with pewter patina that’s attributed to Ms. Rogers herself, of the writer (and former lover) Ian Fleming, he of James Bond fame, is on a slate pedestal and has a New York foundry mark.

Decorative arts are plentiful and will feature George I Britannia silver salt cellars (James Rood, London, dated 1717), octagonal form, with a made-to-match set of four by Chrichton (Loindon, 1931); a circa 1829 rectangular Historical Arms of Delaware transferware platter by Thomas Mayer Stoke (Cliff Bank Works); an English (or French) armorial partial dinner service, circa 1800, 43 pieces in all; and a Dutch Delft blue and white charger, signed, from the 18th century.

Fans of the Renaissance era will be treated to an Italian Renaissance polychrome stucco panel, done in the manner of da Maiano, of the Virgin with Child (probably Florence, 16th century); an early collection of wrought iron work that Ms. Rogers inherited from Henry Huddleston Rogers, including a set of four 17th or 18th century Renaissance-style wrought iron torcheres having a scrolling design with wide trefoil drip pans, 55 inches tall; and a pair of Renaissance Revival wrought-iron standing torcheres, possibly Samuel Yellin revolving candleholders, 67 inches tall.

The Asian category will include a beautiful Cizhou ware meiping vase from northern China and made during the Song-Jin dynasty, with a slip-decorated foliate design, 17 inches tall; an early Chinese Qing dynasty bird of prey painting on silk, depicting a bird perched on a silk-draped rod, with brocade border, framed, 55 ½ inches by 31 inches; and an early Chinese pottery ox-drawn cart, probably Tang dynasty or later, with an ox standing foursquare, pulling a two-wheeled cart.

Furniture will span several continents and centuries. From England, pieces include a William IV carved mahogany library table, circa 1835 (Ms. Rogers was photographed seated at this desk in the March 1945 issue of American Vogue); and a George III mahogany and later marble-top pier table (possibly Irish, circa 1770). Also sold will be a gorgeous northern European carved oak coffer, or marriage chest, made circa the mid-17th to early 18th century, with a molded edge top.

The star furniture lot from Spain is the Baroque iron-mounted walnut vargueno (a cabinet having drawers enclosed by a fall front) on stand, made in the 16th or 17th century, with embellishments, carved cartouches and panels, and more. From Italy, furniture will include two Baroque inlaid and carved 17th century walnut tables, one with single board top, frieze with drawer, turned legs and square feet; and another with a single plank top, a skirt with two drawers, all on bun feet.

American furniture will feature a Federal maple highboy made in New Hampshire, third quarter 19th century, 72 inches tall, with molded crown and long graduated drawers top and bottom; and an American Classical carved mahogany worktable attributed to Joseph Barry (Philadelphia, circa 1820), heavily carved, with a hinged serpentine top. And from France will come a French Renaissance 17th century carved oak buffet a deux corps, having a molded crown dated 1689.

Ms. Rogers was a voracious reader. Just some of her many rare and early books will include the following:

• Bibliotheca Graeca, Johann Albert Fabricius, BIBLIOTHECA GRAECA, SIVE NOTITIA SCRIPTORUM VETERUM GRAECORUM. Hamburg: Christian Liebezeit & Theodor Christoph Felginer, 1712-1728. Original 14 volume set.
• 1st edition copy, The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes, Gerard, John (1545-1612). THE HERBALL OR GENERALL HISTORIE OF PLANTES: Gathered by John Gerard of London Master in Chirurgerie. Imprinted at London by John Norton, 1597.
• Histoire Generale Des Voyages Prevost d'Exiles, Antoine-Francois abbe. HISTOIRE GENERALE DES VOYAGES, OU NOUVELLE COLLECTION DE TOUTES LES RELATIONS DE VOYAGES PAR MER ET PAR TERRE, QUI ONT ETE PUBLISES JUSQU'A PRESENT DANS LES DIFFERENTES LANGUES DE TOUTES LES NATIONS CONNUES. Paris: Chez Didot; , 1746-1770.
• Les dix livres d'architecture de Vitruve, Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus. Edited and translated by Claude Perrault. Paris: Jean Baptiste Coignard, 1684. Engraved frontispiece, 65 plates and numberous small engravings.
• Histoire Des Plantes, Garidel, Pierre Joseph (1658-1737). HISTOIRE DES PLANTES QUI NAISSENT AUX ENVIRONS D'AIX et dans plusieurs autres endroits de la Provence. Aix: Joseph David, 1715.
• Sketches of a Tour, Cuming, F[ortescue]. SKETCHES OF A TOUR TO THE WESTERN COUNTRY, THROUGH THE STATES OF OHIO AND KENTUCKY, ETC.; Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, 1810.
• Ferrario's Il Costume Antico e Moderno, Asia, Ferrario, Dottore Giulio. IL COSTUME ANTICO E MODERNO O STORIA: Parte I: ASIA (vols I, II, III, IV), Milan: Della Tipografia Dell'Editore, 1815-1818 Set numbered 72 and 71. Other volumes in the series – for Africa, Europe and America – will also come up for bid.

The impact Millicent Rogers had on fashion and high society can’t be overstated. She is still credited today as an influence on major fashion designers. When she burst on the scene in the 1920s as a beautiful young socialite, photographs of her were regularly featured in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Gossip columns in major New York City papers followed her every move.

Ms. Rogers’ look and style were the inspiration for the Barbie doll in the 1950s. Photos of the first-generation Barbies, when placed alongside ones of Ms. Rogers, show that the two are strikingly similar. Her costume collection donated at the time of her death in 1953 was the foundation and beginnings of The Met’s Costume Institute. Sadly, Ms. Rogers was just 51 years old when she died, having battled health issues her entire life, including rheumatic fever as a child, multiple heart attacks, double pneumonia and a mostly crippled left arm.

For more information about the Feb. 22-23 auction of items from Turtle Walk, the Taos, New Mexico home of Millicent Rogers, or to learn more about Charlton Hall Auctions, please visit www.charltonhallauctions.com.

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Erik Agazim to provide free 3-day Spanish course

Erik Agazim

Erik Agazim

Spanish is now the second most widely spoken language on the planet.

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, February 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — It's with this in mind that Miami businessman Erik Agazim plans to provide a 3-day Spanish language course for locals who wish to polish up on their Español.

"Miami is largely dependent on both Spanish and English," says Agazim. "Being fluent in both languages is a massive benefit, both in business and more generally."

Phillip Carter, a linguistics professor at Florida International University, agrees.

In a recent interview with The Atlantic, Carter says, "Miami is a bilingual city with an economy that is dependent on both languages."

He continues, "The economy in Miami evolved naturally to thrive with a bilingual population. But to sustain that, interventions are required. If Spanish-language education isn't harnessed, then it puts Miami's place as a bilingual economic hub at risk."

Agazim reiterates this, pointing out that in many areas of Miami, Spanish is now, in fact, the predominant language.

A recent report by the makers of language-learning app Duolingo corroborates this.

The report found that almost half of the app's Miami-based users are Spanish speakers learning English. Meanwhile, under 25 percent of the app's users in Miami are teaching themselves Spanish.

Speaking of the report, Duolingo spokesperson Michaela Kron says, "We think this is indicative of immigration patterns and large numbers of native [Spanish] speakers living in Miami."

She continues, "Interestingly, our data reveals that not only are Spanish speakers in Miami assimilating by learning English but also that many English speakers in Miami are learning Spanish in order to better communicate with native speakers in their city."

Erik Agazim agrees. "I think people are keen to learn, but it's about making time to do so," he says. "What's more, I think many people struggle to learn from an app, instead preferring face-to-face lessons in a classroom environment."

He continues, "I want to make the 3-day course as accessible as possible. We'll host it across 2 or 3 weekends, to appeal to as many people as possible, and if it's a success, we can look into repeating it. I'd love to offer a similar English language course for Spanish speakers at some point, too."

"I want to benefit the community, and in Miami, being bilingual, speaking both Spanish and English, is one of the best skills a person can have," concludes Erik Agazim, adding, "and the course will be free, and open to anyone who wishes to attend, so what's to lose?"

Eric Ash
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Gaming Console Market 2018- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends And Forecast By 2025

Gaming Console – Global Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2025

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Gaming Console Market 2018   

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In this report, the global Gaming Console market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025.

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of Gaming Console in these regions, from 2013 to 2025 (forecast), covering 
United States 
EU 
China 
Japan 
South Korea 
Taiwan 
Global Gaming Console market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including 
Mad Catz 
Microsoft 
Nintendo 
Sony 
Apple 
Logitech 
Oculus VR 
Electronic Arts 
Activision Publishing 
Avatar Reality 
Kaneva 
OUYA 
Tommo 

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into 
TV Gaming Consoles 
Handheld Gaming Consoles 
Other 
On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including 
Household Use 
Commercial Use

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Global Gaming Console Market Research Report 2018 
1 Gaming Console Market Overview 
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Gaming Console 
1.2 Gaming Console Segment by Type (Product Category) 
1.2.1 Global Gaming Console Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025) 
1.2.2 Global Gaming Console Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2017 
1.2.3 TV Gaming Consoles 
1.2.4 Handheld Gaming Consoles 
1.2.5 Other 
1.3 Global Gaming Console Segment by Application 
1.3.1 Gaming Console Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2013-2025) 
1.3.2 Household Use 
1.3.3 Commercial Use 
1.4 Global Gaming Console Market by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.1 Global Gaming Console Market Size (Value) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.2 United States Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.3 EU Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.4 China Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.5 Japan Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.6 South Korea Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.7 Taiwan Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Gaming Console (2013-2025) 
1.5.1 Global Gaming Console Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025) 
1.5.2 Global Gaming Console Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2013-2025)

2 Global Gaming Console Market Competition by Manufacturers 
2.1 Global Gaming Console Capacity, Production and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.1.1 Global Gaming Console Capacity and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.1.2 Global Gaming Console Production and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.2 Global Gaming Console Revenue and Share by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.3 Global Gaming Console Average Price by Manufacturers (2013-2018) 
2.4 Manufacturers Gaming Console Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area and Product Type 
2.5 Gaming Console Market Competitive Situation and Trends 
2.5.1 Gaming Console Market Concentration Rate 
2.5.2 Gaming Console Market Share of Top 3 and Top 5 Manufacturers 
2.5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion

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7 Global Gaming Console Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis 
7.1 Mad Catz 
7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.1.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.1.2.1 Product A 
7.1.2.2 Product B 
7.1.3 Mad Catz Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.2 Microsoft 
7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.2.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.2.2.1 Product A 
7.2.2.2 Product B 
7.2.3 Microsoft Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.3 Nintendo 
7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.3.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.3.2.1 Product A 
7.3.2.2 Product B 
7.3.3 Nintendo Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.4 Sony 
7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.4.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.4.2.1 Product A 
7.4.2.2 Product B 
7.4.3 Sony Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.5 Apple 
7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.5.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.5.2.1 Product A 
7.5.2.2 Product B 
7.5.3 Apple Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.6 Logitech 
7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.6.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.6.2.1 Product A 
7.6.2.2 Product B 
7.6.3 Logitech Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.7 Oculus VR 
7.7.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.7.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.7.2.1 Product A 
7.7.2.2 Product B 
7.7.3 Oculus VR Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.7.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.8 Electronic Arts 
7.8.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.8.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.8.2.1 Product A 
7.8.2.2 Product B 
7.8.3 Electronic Arts Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.8.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.9 Activision Publishing 
7.9.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.9.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.9.2.1 Product A 
7.9.2.2 Product B 
7.9.3 Activision Publishing Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.9.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.10 Avatar Reality 
7.10.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.10.2 Gaming Console Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.10.2.1 Product A 
7.10.2.2 Product B 
7.10.3 Avatar Reality Gaming Console Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.10.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.11 Kaneva 
7.12 OUYA 
7.13 Tommo

Continued…..

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