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افضل مواقع شراء العطور من الانترنت في الخليج، للعطور العربية و الفرنسية، قولدن سنت، وعبد الصمد القرشي، ولوكسيتان، استمتع بعطور عربية و فرنسية فاخرة.

تسوق العطور و مستحضرات التجميل و العناية بالبشرة الاصلية والفاخرة اون لاين ، واستخدم كوبونات و اكواد خصم لوكسيتان و قولدن سنت و عبد الصمد القرشي من Elcouponat.com، ولدينا أكثر من 20 موقع موثوق للعطور”

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EL OBOUR, QALIOBIA, EGYPT, February 28, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — من افضل مواقع شراء العطور من الانترنت وتحظى بشعبية في دول الخليج عامة و السعودية خاصة كلا من : موقع لوكسيتان، موقع قولدن سنت، وموقع عبد الصمد القرشي، جميعها تضم أجود أنواع العطور و منتجات العناية الشخصية، الفاخرة.
موقع الكوبونات يساعدك في الحصول على أفضل سعر متاح، لزجاجة عطرك المفضل من قولدن سنت او عبد الصمد القرشي أو من موقع لوكسيتان، وعن طريق كوبونات واكواد الخصم التي نحرص على تحديثها بإستمرار على موقع الكوبونات.
الأن إليك نبذة مختصرة عن كل متجر منهم، وما الذي يجعله من افضل مواقع شراء العطور في الخليج و خاصة السعودية.

موقع لوكسيتان السعودية loccitane.com:
موقع لوكسيتان إنطلق بداية من الريف الفرنسي في منطقة اوكستيانا، و أسست لوكستيان لتقديم منتجات العناية بالبشرة والعطور المستخلصة من الطبيعة، مع الحد كثيرا من إستخدام المنتجات الضارة، مثل إدخال زيت النخيل بمعدل أقل من المعتاد في الصناعات المثيلة.
يقدم موقع لوكستيان مجموعة من المنتجات الرائعة، للعناية بالبشرة، بجانب العطور الفرنسية الفاخرة للسيدات و الرجال، منها: مستلزمات الإستحمام من الشامبو و الصابون ، واللوشن ، منتجات العناية بالبشرة و الشعر، كريمات الترطيب، و معطرات الجسم، بجانب زجاجات العطور المستخلصة من النباتات العطرية الفاخرة.

موقع الكوبونات يقدم كوبون خصم لوكسيتان السعودية و الامارات، لوكسيتان يوفر شحن مباشر لكليهما، و يقدم عرض إضافي بجانب كوبون لوكستيان، خلال شهر فبراير 2019 وهو الحصول على 8 عينات مجانية، على كل عملية شراء.

موقع قولدن سنت للعطور Goldenscent.com:
قولدن سنت للعطور الموقع السعودي الأول في الخليج الذي يتخصص في إستيراد العطور العالمية و المكياج، من المنتجين الأصليين مباشرة، الى المستهلك السعودي.
من العلامات التجارية الشهيرة التي يوفرها موقع قولدن سنت للعطور و مستحضرات التجميل لعملائه: لاكوست، لورد اند بيري، امواج، جفينشي، قوتشي، لاليك، فيرزاتشي، تيفاني اند كو، وغيرهم حيث أكثر من 200 ماركة عالمية، متخصصة في عالم التجميل و العطور .

يقتص موقع قولدن سنت على خدمة السوق السعودي، عبر الشحن من خلال شركة ارامكس، ويقدم قولدن سنت لعملائه الكثير من الهدايا و العينات المجانية و كوبونات الخصم ، على كل عملية شراء.
إذا قررت تجربة الموقع، فننصحك بنسخ كود خصم قولدن سنت السعودية، و جرب بنفسك جودة العطور و مستحضرات التجميل، والتي يضمن موقع قولدن سنت أنها أصلية 100%.
حاليا لا يوفر موقع قولدن سنت شحن لجميع دول الخليج العربي، ويقتصر فقط على المملكة العربية السعودية.

موقع عبد الصمد القرشي للعطور new.asqgrp.com:
وهو أشهر متجر لبيع العطور العربية الملكية الفاخرة على الإطلاق، على مدار 150 عاما من إنطلاق المتجر في مكة المكرمة، في المملكة العربية السعودية، فإذا كنت تبحث عن العطور الملكية الفاخره، فإختيارك سيكون حتما هو عطور عبد الصمد القرشي.
يغطي عبد الصمد القرشي بمنتجاته الملكية الفاخرة، جميع دول الخليج العربي و الدول العربية مثل مصر و لبنان والاردن و المغرب، حتى وصل الى عاصمة النور باريس، و روسيا و امريكا و كندا، وغيرها.

يوفر عبد الصمد القرشي بجانب متاجره التقليدية المنتشرة في جميع أنحاء العالم، متجر اون لاين باللغات العربية والانجليزية، مع تطبيق عبد الصمد القرشي، الذي يتيح لك التسوق بسرعة وسهوله من خلال الجوال، كما تصلك الكثير من الإشعارات من خلال التطبيق عن تخفيضات و عروض عبد الصمد القرشي.
ولاتنسى قبل التسوق نسخ كود خصم عبدالصمد القرشي للعطور، والتي نوفرها لك على موقع الكوبونات.
جديد عبد الصمد القرشي وما يميزه فعليه هو تقديم تطبيق نوتة عبد الصمد القرشي، و التي تساعدك في إختيار العطر الذي يلائم حالتك المزاجية و اتفضيلاتك الشخصية، وما تميل إليه من مشاعر، وقت شرائك العطر، والتي تساعدك في إختيار مجموعة محدودة من العطور لتتمكن من شم العطور و إختيار الأفضل قبل الشراء من المتاجر التقليدية.
النوته العطرية لعبد الصمد القرشي، تمنحك بناءا على إجاباتك على الأسئلة، اربع أنواع من العطور، وترشح لك أفضلهم بالنسبة لك.
تساعدك النوته العطرية على التركيز على مجموعة محددة من العطور، أثناء الشراء، لتتمكن من إختيار عطرك المفضل، دون التشتت بين أكثر من رائحة عطرية.

نصائح قبل شراء العطور اون لاين:
من أصعب قرارات الشراء اونلاين هو قرار شراء العطور، لطبيعتها المختلفة عن اي منتج أخر حيث تعتمد على الحالة المزاجية و النفسية ، بجانب ال
إختيار المنطقي للعطور.
لذلك النصيحة الاولى هي: قم بشراء العطور التي تكرر إستخدامها اون لاين.
ولكن لانه لا تتاح الفرصة دائما للتسوق التقليدي للعطور، فاليك 4 نصائح مهمة لمعرفة عطرك المفضل:
1- معرفة تركيبة العطور التي تفضلها دائما: وذلك يسهل لك إختيار عطرك المفضل اون لاين بسهولة.
2- العطور ذات الاسماء التي تدل على الإنتعاش او الماء ، فهي عطور خففة منعشه تصلح لفترة الصباح، و العطور ذات الأسماء الموصوفة بالثقيلة او للمساء او اللون الاسود ، هي عطور ثقيلة تلائم فترة المساء
3- لون زجاجة العطر الفاتحة تلائم الفترة الصباحية، عكس قوارير العطر الذهبية والسوداء و الغامقة، فأنها تلائم فترة المساء، الزجاجة الصفراء تلائم فترة الصيف، و النهار، وهكذا
4- تركيبة العطور أحد أهم العوامل التي تساعدك في إختيار العطر، فبالتأكيد تميل لرائحة احد المكونات التالية: الزهور او الاخشاب، او التوابل، او رائحة الحمضيات، او رائحة البحر وهكذا، وبمعرفة النمط الذي تفضله ستختار المنتج المناسب والأقرب لك.
5- اشتري العطر وانت في حالة مزاجية معتدله، لتتمكن من أختيار العطر الذي يناسبك دائما.

واخيرا، موقع الكوبونات Elcouponat.com لا يقتصر على تقديم احدث كوبونات و اكواد الخصم لمواقع التسوق اون لاين، وإنما يتعداه أيضا إلى منح المتسوقين عبر الانترنت تجربة شراء ثرية وممتعة، عبر إختيار مواقع موثوقة، ومضمونة، مع شرح تفصيلي لكل موقع على حدة.
أيضا يمكنك موقع الكوبونات من الإشتراك في القائمة البريدية لـ كوبونات و اكواد خصم متجرك المفضل، لتتمكن من معرفة احدث عروض متجرك المفضل فور صدورها.
يضم موقع الكوبونات أكثر من 250 متجر ، منوعة بين : الازياء و العطور و مستلزمات العناية الشخصية، مواقع الإلكترونيات و الألعاب، مستلزمات الاطفال، مستلزمات المنزل، السفر و السياحة، بيع الكتب اون لاين والهدايا، مواقع خدمات الويب و الشحن و مواقع سيارات الاجرة، ومواقع التعليم عن بعد.
استمتع بالتسوق اون لاين و استفد من كوبونات و اكواد خصم مواقع التسوق العربية و العالمية، اون لاين.

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Holabird's March 7-11 Wigwam Auction in Reno, Nevada will be a celebration of the Great Basin Native American heritage

Vivid original acrylic painting by Jerry Whitehead, titled We Are Close, a wonderful example of the artist’s unique style and focus on powwows and powwow dancers (est. $10,000-$12,000).

Stock certificate (in the amount of five shares) for the famous 1876 Centennial Expo (est. $800-$2,000).

Native American baby cradle made by Elmira Copeland, who lives on the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation in Wadsworth, Nevada, 33 ½ inches long (est. $500-$1,000).

Vintage Navajo turquoise squash blossom necklace, 15 inches long, with all or most of the 68 pieces of turquoise coming from the Sleeping Beauty Mine (est. $1,200-$2,800).

Beautifully crafted Paiute beaded zig-zag basket by Betty Rogers of Schurz, Nevada (est. $300-$500).

The five-day event will be highlighted by the Moe and Mary Royels Great Basin Wigwam Collection, online and at Holabird’s spacious gallery in Reno.

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A five-day Wigwam Auction – a celebration of the country’s Great Basin Native American heritage, highlighted by the Moe and Mary Royels Great Basin Wigwam Collection – will be held Thursday to Monday, March 7th -11th, by Holabird Western Americana Collections, online and in Holabird’s spacious gallery located at 3555 Airway Drive (Suite #308) in Reno.

Start times all five days will be 8 am PST. A two-day office preview will be held March 5th and 6th, from 9-5 (or by appointment). For those unable to attend the sale in person, online bidding will be facilitated by iCollector.com and Invaluable.com. The items in the Royels’ collections reflect the rich history the state of Nevada enjoys in the unique place known as the Great Basin.

The Wigwam Collection is a fantastic array of Native American collectibles, art and artifacts. A number of items (mainly dresses) were made especially for Mary Royels, plus a few for Moe, by local Paiute friends. The collections include baby baskets, beaded baskets, art depicting early man in the Great Basin by William Moore, stone artifacts, moccasins and stone projectile points.

Two other important collections round out this large Native American offering: a wonderful collection of choice Native American art and a massive collection of vintage Native American postcards, so large it will be spread out over one or two more Holabird auctions (in May and possibly July). In all, the March 7-11 Wigwam Auction will comprise around 3,000 choice lots.

Day 1, on Thursday, March 7th, will feature rare vintage bottles (165 lots); saloon items (9 lots); cowboy collectibles (34 lots); firearms and weaponry (26 lots); gaming collectibles (10 lots); and numismatic items, to include books, checks, coins, dies, ephemera, medals, “so-called” dollars, tokens and more. Over 500 lots – a full auction by itself – will cross the auction block on Day 1.

Day 1 highlights will include a very rare Elko, Nevada Coca-Cola bottle from 1923 (est. $3,000-$3,500); a circa 1880s-1890s Coca-Cola Bottling Company (Santa Maria, Calif.) seltzer bottle, in superb condition (est. $500-$1,000); a blue circa 1890-1900 seltzer bottle from the Reno (Nev.) Brewing Company (est. $500-$1,000); a Montana Exposition Fund token from 1915 (est. $200-$400); and a 1907 Tercentennial of Jamestown (Va.) “so-called dollar” token (est. $300-$600).

Day 2, on Friday. March 8th, will be packed with 550 lots of Americana, to include advertising and apparel, art, books and directories, calendars, the entertainment industry, Gold Rush, postal history, military, political, military, Wells Fargo & Express, silverware, flatware, non-mining stock certificates, toys and World’s Fair. Also sold will be bargains, dealer specials and foreign.

Day 2 highlights will include two historic and valuable Reyes Family land grant plat maps for the first adobe houses in downtown Los Angeles, Calif., from 1888 (est. $4,000-$8,000); a 1773 porcelain French Napoleonic “love letter” box discovered in San Francisco in the 1970s (est. $5,000-$6,000); and a pair of men’s Western-themed gold-in-quartz cufflinks (est. $300-$500).

Other Day 2 feature lots will include an electromechanical early Western Union signal device, for connecting a place of business with a Western Union dispatch center (est. $250-$400); a Meiggs Wharf Company (San Francisco, Calif.) unissued stock certificate from 1874 (est. $300-$800); and a stock certificate (5 shares) for the famous 1876 Centennial Expo (est. $800-$2,000).

Day 3, Saturday, March 9th, will contain Part 1 of the Native Americana, to include artwork, apparel, gloves, moccasins, accessories, jewelry, trade beads, artifacts, pipes, dies and baby baskets – 522 lots in all. Also sold that day will be 52 lots of artwork, for a total of 604 lots.

Day 3 highlights will include a vivid original acrylic painting by Jerry Whitehead, titled We Are Close, a wonderful example of the artist’s unique style and his signature focus on powwows and powwow dancers (est. $10,000-$12,000); and a bronze statue of a Native American on horseback by Charles Humphriss, titled The Warrior (circa 1904), 16 ¼ inches tall (est. $6,500-$9,000).

Other Day 3 top lots will include a lithograph showing two Native Americans riding toward a large and colorful rainbow, titled Along the Rainbow Trail, by the noted artist Earl Bliss (est. $2,200-$3,200); the aforementioned print by William A. Moore, titled Paiute Heritage, signed and a fine expression of Native American art, framed (est. $1,000-$2,000); and a snow owl kachina in a glass case by Kachada Bakabi Wintereagle (Ariz.), dated 1979 (est. $500-$1,000).

Day 4, on Sunday, March 10th, will feature Part 2 of the Native Americana, to include pottery, baskets, dolls, books, photographs, postcards, rugs and weavings, ephemera and collectibles. Also offered will be transportation (244 lots) and railroadiana (184 lots) – 301 total Day 4 lots.

Day 4 highlights will include a large and historic Yokuts woven fish trap, found near the San Joaquin River (Nev.), circa 1920-21 (est. $2,000-$3,000); a beautifully crafted Paiute beaded zig-zag basket by Betty Rogers of Schurz, Nevada (est. $300-$500); an historic conical-shaped burden basket from the early 20th century (est. $2,000-$3,000); and a Railway Express Agency policeman’s badge, shaped as a six-pointed star and possibly a reproduction (est. $100-$250).

Day 5, on Monday, March 11th, will be dedicated to minerals (13 lots) and mining collectibles (578 lots). The mining portion will contain artifacts and assay, books, explosives, maps, mine lighting, signs, spoons, mining stocks, ephemera and collectibles – a dream day for collectors.

Day 5 top lots will include a Standard Signals mining sign, from the districts of Thunder Bay and Rainy River, 13 inches by 20 inches (est. $1,000-$2,000); a Coso Consolidated Mining Company (Calif.) stock certificate from 1937 for 20 shares (est. $1,000-$2,000); a letter sheet for “The Miners’ Ten Commandments”, an example of mining humor (est. $600-$1,200); and a very large silver ingot mold from the Comstock era in Virginia City, Nevada in the 1800s (est. $400-$600).

In addition to in-person and online bidding, telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

Color catalogs are available by calling 1-844-492-2766, or 775-851-1859. Also, anyone owning a collection that might fit into an upcoming Holabird Western Americana Collections auction is encouraged to get in touch. The firm travels extensively throughout the U.S., to see and pick up collections. Last year it visited Boston, Florida, Seattle and New York, among other destinations.

Holabird Western Americana is always seeking quality bottle, advertising, Americana and coin consignments for future auctions. To consign a single piece or a collection, you may call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can e-mail him at fredholabird@gmail.com. To learn more about Holabird Western Americana's March 7th-11th auction, visit www.fhwac.com.

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Lovely Tiffany lamps and sculptures by Jean-Antoine Houdon will headline Cottone Auctions' Saturday, March 23rd auction

Tiffany Studios (N.Y.) “Bamboo” lamp with 22” shade (est. $75,000-$125,000).

Wonderful 1897 Tiffany Studios (N.Y) window depicting two children reading by the fire, (est. $40,000-$60,000)

Decorative arts will feature recently rediscovered works by Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828), a neoclassical sculptor of the Enlightenment and renowned portrait sculptor.

Gorgeous 24” by 18” oil on canvas by Edwin Lord Weeks (American, 1849-1903), titled Cashmere Salesman, from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. Hobart Lerner (est. $40,000-$60,000).

Impressive 40” by 50” oil on canvas by Aldro Thompson Hibbard (American, 1886-1972), often referred to as “The Baseball Painting” (est. $40,000-$60,000).

The more than 300 lots will feature fine art and 20th Century Art and design, to be sold on behalf of the David Anderson Grandchildren’s Trust in Buffalo. N.Y.

GENESEO, N.Y., UNITED STATES, February 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — More than 300 lots of fine art, Tiffany lamps, 20th Century Art and design to be sold on behalf of the David Anderson Grandchildren’s Trust, Buffalo, New York, also fine decorative arts, furniture, and Asian objects will come under the gavel at Cottone Auctions’ Winter Fine Art & Antiques Auction slated for Saturday, March 23rd, online and in the gallery at 120 Court Street in Geneseo, southwest of Rochester. The auction will begin at 12 noon Eastern.

For those unable to attend the auction live and in person, internet bidding will be facilitated by the Cottone website, www.live.cottoneauctions.com as well as LiveAuctioneers.com, and Invaluable.com. The complete catalog with photos and descriptions can be seen now, at cottoneauctions.com; or, contact the Cottone gallery, at (585) 243-1000 for phone and absentee bidding.

The many outstanding Tiffany Studios (N.Y.) lamps will include a “Bamboo” lamp with 22-inch shade (est. $75,000-$125,000); a “Lily Pad” lamp with 20” shade (est. $50,000-$80,000);
a “Peony” lamp with 18-inch shade (est. $45,000-$65,000); a blue favrile example with spider web design and 7” shade (est. $10,000-$15,000); an “Arrowroot” lamp with 14” shade (est. $30,000-$50,000; a “Greek Key” lamp with 22” shade (est. $30,000-$50,000); and a “Turtleback” lamp with 18” shade (est. $25,000-$35,000), plus others, many of which are described in Alastair Duncan’s book, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware.

Other Tiffany Studios lots will include a rare side table made circa 1910 and impressed “Tiffany Studios New York” with the top stamped and numbered, as found in Alastair Duncan’s book Tiffany at Auction (est. $8,000-$12,000); a fine, rare decorated Cypriot Vase, circa 1899, etched L577 with the original paper label in use prior to 1902 (est. $20,000-$40,000); and a wonderful 1897 Tiffany window depicting two children reading by the fire (est. $40,000-$60,000). Tiffany & Company accessories will include a bronze ceiling light, a bronze inkwell with turtle backs and cabochons, a 4-light candelabra and a red enameled Art Deco pattern bronze desk set.

Decorative arts will feature recently rediscovered works by Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828), a neoclassical sculptor of the Enlightenment and renowned portrait sculptor. Houdon eternalized untitled patrons, French and American proponents of the Enlightenment, as well as rulers such as Catherine II, Louis XVI and Napoleon I, and courtiers such as Madame Adélaïde.

Houdon’s work is characterized by a sense of realism and a lack of idealism. He’s able to capture the transient expressions of his subjects, with a seravezza marble bust of Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1789, 11 ½” tall; and a seravezza marble bust of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1788, 10 ¾” tall, both of which were archived in the Frick Art Reference Library in 1932.

These works by Houdon were purchased from Paul Gouvert, Paris, 1926, and descended in the family of the Honorable Irwin B. Laughlin (1871-1941), Washington, Meridian House, at 1630 Crescent Place. Laughlin served in the State Department from 1903-1932. While ambassador to Spain from 1929-1932, with the help from Agnew’s and comte Enrico Bosdari amassed and extensive collection of 18th century drawings of outstanding quality. Some of the collection was later bequeathed to the National Gallery of Art, Washington by his daughter.

Oil paintings will be highlighted by a 24” by 18” oil on canvas by Edwin Lord Weeks (American, 1849-1903), titled Cashmere Salesman from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. Hobart Lerner (est. $40,000-$60,000); and a 40” by 50 inch oil on canvas by Aldro Thompson Hibbard (American, 1886-1972), referred to as “The Baseball Painting,” (est. $40,000-$60,000). Hibbard donated the picture for the baseball team fundraiser at the Rockport Art Association and later purchased the painting back from the owner. It remained in his collection until his death.

Also sold will be a 30” by 25” oil portrait attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) of Winthrop Astor Chanler’s Portrait of Petrus Stuyvesant 1793-95, a descendant of Peter Stuyvesant, the Dutch governor of New Amsterdam (est. 20,000-$40,000); and a 30” by 40” oil on canvas by John Fabian Carlson (Swedish/American, 1875-1947), titled Sunlit Waters (est. $10,000-$15,000).

Modern paintings will include a Francis Bacon (British, 1909-1992) etching and aquatint triptych from 1981, numbered “14/99” (est. $10,000-$15,000); a 40” by 55” oil on canvas by Lester Johnson (American, 1919-2010), titled Cannes Sunset (est. $5,000-$8,000); and a 30 ½” by 67 ½” acrylic on paper laid on canvas by Norman Bluhm (American, 1921-1999), titled Coelus II (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Two sculpted works by Albert Paley (American, b. 1944) will also be sold: an outstanding and unusual console table of forged steel with a plate glass top, signed and dated ‘Albert Paley 1989’, 36” tall by 7’ wide (est. $8,000-$12,000); and along a forged steel plant stand with a slate top, signed and dated ‘Albert Paley 1993’, 49” by 24” (est. $6,000-$8,000).

Pieces by Wendell Castle (American, 1932-2018) will include a rare early music stand and stool (est. $30,000-$50,000), a pivotal piece in the artist’s Catalogue Raisonné and the prototype for his 1964 Music Rack, 11.252. Also sold will be a pair of stacked and laminated quarter Sawn oak chairs, signed ‘W.C. 73’ (est. $7,000-$10,000); and a “Vargo” clock (est. $2,000-$4,000).

A fine collection of Steuben and art glass from the collection of Frank and Amy Blake of Corning, New York will also be sold. Included will be pieces of acid-cut-back, decorated Aurene, such as a fine Daum Nancy cameo vase with an autumn scene (est. $7,000-$10,000).

Asian items will include a group of nine Chinese blue and white Eight Immortals bowls with the Daoguang 6-character reign mark (1821-1850), 2” tall, decorated with the eight immortals in clouds over swirling waves. The center interior depicts the three star gods: Fuxing, Luxing and Shouxing, all seated under a pine tree and all within double line borders, from the collection of Hon. Irwin B. Laughlin, Washington (est. $10,000-$15,000).

Musical items will include a Mason & Hamlin reproducing piano Ampico Model B (est. $5,000-$8,000) and a Steinway Ebony Model B (est. $7,000-$10,000). Several music boxes will be sold, including a fine Regina 27” changer with carved mahogany case having dragons and original finish, in working order, with 12 discs (est. $8,000-$12,000); and a 19th century upright Criterion double comb music box with a carved mahogany case and 80 20” discs (est. $4,000-$6,000).

Rounding out the auction will be antique Oriental carpets, decorative items and Americana, to include decorated stoneware, portraits, a collection of Canton and more. For more info about Cottone Auctions’ March 23rd sale, visit www.cottoneauctions.com; or, call (585) 243-1000.

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WOLFF Industries Scissors to be Featured on "America's Business to Consumers"

Launched in 2007, America's Business to Consumers provides U.S. manufacturers the venue for making their products known. WOLFF Industries Products Featured.

If every American purchase one USA made product per year the impact would be $9 billion. That creates an amazing amount of jobs for USA workers!”

— Demetra Danas

RENO, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — America's Business to Consumers Inc., www.USAB2C.com provides U.S. manufacturers the venue to sell products. Given a choice between items made in America and similar items made overseas, consumers would rather buy the American product, according to a nationally representative survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.

Made in USA products carried run the gamut from toys, to tools, homegoods, towels, work & dress gloves, kitchen gear, work & trouble lights, decorative windmills, sunglasses, children's shoes, scissors, office clocks, nail clippers and more.

This month, WOLFF Industries are featured.

Specializing in stainless steel shears with edges sharper than can be obtained elsewhere, Mr. Lee Wolff started this sewing machine sales & service business in 1957. Mr. Lee did a great deal of scissors sharpening and repair, making important modifications on available scissors sharpening equipment. Consumer Reports rates the American scissors designed and produced by Mr. Lee Wolff as a “best buy.”

These stainless steel shears are great for the kitchen drawer and are handy for cutting soft metal, and vinyl items. Each pair has a professionally honed edge and is manufactured in the USA. USAB2C CEO John Anayannis shares: “I purchased five of these shears last holiday and received inquisitive looks from my mother and sisters. I was pleasantly surprised over subsequent months to receive many thanks and praise for these powerful 7 ½” shears particularly when cutting those impossible to open, clear plastic, rigid packages containing batteries, tools, etc.”
At $22.95, these are high-quality stainless steel utility shears with a high leverage cut.
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Why USAB2C?

Chief Operations Officer George P. Hanos relayed, "USAB2C is a modern day marketplace in the tradition of the ancient Greek 'Agora'; a virtual channel where consumers and American manufacturers come together to exchange ideas, concerns and conduct business. On USAB2C.com, customers can browse an online catalog and order products sourced from USAB2C Certified American through a safe and secure website. The effort to uncover American made products is ongoing.”
USAB2C founders are intent on providing products made in the USA that minimize exposure to some inferior materials found at times in Asian imports, particularly seen in toys. The “Made in the USA News” section presents consumers with daily stories dealing with “PRODUCT RECALLS,” new product introductions and related retailing / safety news.
Consumers can submit inquiries to USAB2C directly on the "CONTACT US" page: https://www.usab2c.com/page/contact.
About America's Business to Consumers Inc.

America's Business to Consumers Inc. is a private company experienced in retail marketing, consumer research and e-Commerce. Established in 2007, USAB2C seeks to be a single source of American manufactured products. A site where consumers can find a multitude of products manufactured in the U.S. at a competitive price. www.USAB2C.com as a website portal, facilitates interactive communication between consumers and those “in-demand” products to numerous American manufacturers.

The USAB2C team takes this occasion to sincerely wish consumers that 2019 will bring more success and happiness than any which has gone before!

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Douglas Greenberg shares his passion for professional sports

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Sports fan and former Morgan Stanley broker Douglas Greenberg reveals his passion for live sports.

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Previously a broker with Morgan Stanley, keen skier and father of two Douglas Greenberg from Portland, Oregon is also an avid supporter of professional sports. A particular fan of the Portland Timbers, here he reveals his love of professional soccer and basketball, as well as partaking in skiing, scuba diving, and more.

"My two grown up sons and I are all big fans of the Portland Timbers," reveals the father of two, formerly of Morgan Stanley and specializing in asset allocation and alternative investments.

Based in Portland, Oregon, the Timbers are a professional soccer club competing in Major League Soccer as a member club of the league's Western Conference, playing their home games at Providence Park in the city's Goose Hollow neighborhood since 2011. "The current club was founded in 2009," reveals Greenberg, "when the city was awarded an expansion berth to Major League Soccer."

The club is a so-called 'phoenix club,' according to the former Morgan Stanley broker, and the fourth soccer franchise based in the city of Portland to carry the legacy of the Timbers name. "The name first existed with the original team," adds Greenberg, who's also a keen follower of professional basketball, "in the North American Soccer League over 40 years ago, back in 1975."

More recently, the Timbers finished the 2013 season in first place in the Western Conference, clinching their first ever playoff appearance. In 2015, meanwhile, the franchise went on to win the Western Conference Finals in the playoffs, representing their first major trophy, the Major League Soccer Cup. "Two years later, in 2017, the Timbers again finished the Western Conference season in first place," adds Douglas Greenberg.

Further to supporting his preferred sports teams, Greenberg is also a highly experienced and talented skier. "I love to ski and have skied all over the world," reveals the University of Texas at Dallas graduate. Raised in the northern Lone Star State metropolis, Greenberg also spent time in Tustin, California as a child, chiefly between 6th and 11th grade. Today, the Timbers fan and season ticket holder is settled in Lake Oswego, around 10 miles from downtown Portland.

In addition to traveling and skiing across the globe, Douglas Greenberg's other passions include hiking, boating, snorkeling, scuba diving, and wine tasting. Owner of a chocolate-colored curly-coated retriever, Greenberg also maintains an interest in investments, alternative investments, and asset allocation, as well as supporting and volunteering for a number of local, regional, national, and international charities and good causes.

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Knockerball Bubble Soccer Expands to 3 New Georgia Locations

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Knockerball keeps expanding and a newly married couple hops on board to bring Knockerball to their area.

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Knockerball bubble soccer keeps growing all over the U.S with 3 new locations opening up in Georgia. With locations opening in Brunswick, Hephzibah, and Bethlehem, the peach state will be ripe with bubble soccer fun.

Elite Bounce, Knockerball's Brunswick affiliate is owned by Patrick and Rachel Miller. Patrick and Rachel recently got married and are continuing that excitement by starting their Knockerball business together to bring more options for birthday parties and fun to their community.

Rachel says "Patrick and I just recently got married, joining 2 families together. From the beginning of our journey we have put an emphasis on creating and providing experiences for our family that we will remember forever. Whether it is traveling or cooking or just being a family, we always want to try and do new things. In our everyday life, Patrick is a Project Coordinator for a private mining company and I am a high school special education teacher in a residential treatment facility for kids with multiple disabilities. We have 4 children, Bailey (20), Hanna (11), Gage (16) and Mason (7). We are so excited to start this adventure!!!"

If you're interested in playing or renting Knockerball at any of these Georgia locations, here is their contact information:

Elite Bounce
Location: Brunswick, GA
Affiliate: Patrick & Rachel Miller
Website: knockerball912.com
Email: elitebounce912@gmail.com

Knockerballs R Us
Location: Hephzibah, GA
Affiliate: Erica Nowells
Website: knockerballs-r-us.com
Email: knockerballsRUs@gmail.com

Knockerball Madness
Location: Bethlehem, GA
Affiliate: Cynthia Mccoy
Website: knockerballmadness.com
Email: knockerballmadnessmore@gmail.com

If you are interested in starting a Knockerball business in your area, check out knockerball.com.

Joey
Knockerball USA
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Clothing Optional Summer Vacation at an Ontario Resort!

If winter's got you down and longing for hot summer days with skinny dipping, know that soon enough you can shuck those clothes and dive into Nudism in Ontario!

BANCROFT, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — If you don’t know where to look, you might find it difficult to find a place where you can comfortably be naked without worry of breaking the law or offending those you share the beach with. There are several ‘unofficial’ nude beaches in Ontario, but getting to them is often a bit of a hike since by necessity they are ‘off the beaten path’.

What about vacationing at a resort, or camping naked? Yes, they exist too. But again, they aren’t openly advertised, and rely heavily on word of mouth. But what if you don’t have any friends who are nudists to help you find your way? Have no worries, we’ve got you (un)covered!

Sandy Bottoms Resort is an Adults Only, clothing optional resort in Ontario that caters to loving couples and single ladies. Located just a few short hours from both Ottawa and Toronto, Sandy Bottoms is tucked away on private land among towering pines with majestic, panoramic views of green space like you don’t see in the city. The natural beauty of the area and peaceful atmosphere has guests instantly relaxing and ready to explore a more hedonistic vacation with their loved one.

“We don’t require that you be naked like many other nudist destinations, and allow you to explore at your own rate” says the owner. “Many guests arrive with no intention of baring skin, but it doesn’t take long before they are comfortable enough to start exploring nudism. We are so proud to offer a space where they can do that at their own pace.”

With a private lake surrounded by crown land, there are no prying eyes from neighbors, so guests can sunbath topless or naked on the beach or docks without concern. Feel free to play ping pong or one of the yard games in your birthday suit and enjoy the sun and warm summer breeze on your skin. Soak in the hot tub or cool off in the conversation pool, with or without a bathing suit, we won’t judge.

Vacationing at Sandy Bottoms Resort will give you the chance to explore a more hedonistic approach to time spent away from home and family. Socialize with other guests, or find a quiet area to relax, stare into your partners eyes and rekindle the romance. However you enjoy your time with us, you’ll find a laid back atmosphere and a place where you can let your desires run free.

See the official website for details, accommodations and rates, then book your time for a fun filled, hedonistic, clothing optional, child free summer vacation with us. SandyBottomsResort.com for details.

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Popular Toronto Nightclub Pulls Out All the Stops for Mardi Gras Party in Ontario

If travelling to New Orleans for Mardi Gras just isn’t in the cards for you, check out The O Zone’s Mardi Gras Party for Couples – March 23, 2019 in Ontario

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is celebrated each year on the day before Ash Wednesday, which signifies the beginning of Lent in the Christian faith. But somewhere along the line, it turned into an excellent opportunity to party, including drinking, dancing and extravagant parades. The most famous location for Mardi Gras is in New Orleans, where hundreds of thousands of party goers converge for a liberating and somewhat debaucherous street party.

But where can you go in Ontario to experience this extravaganza of sensual delights? Luckily The O Zone (www.ocouplesclub.com), a couples night club in Toronto, hosts a yearly event that brings in hundreds of adventurous couples to their 10,000 sq foot upscale, licensed club for their version of this event, called Mardi Pardi. The O Zone has been hosting this ever growing Pardi for 12 years, and for the last several years their pre-sales have sold out the venue long before the night of the event. This year it will be held on Saturday March 23, 2019.

The most notable staple at any Mardi Gras party are the beads. In New Orleans, female attendees flash their breasts to the crowd and are rewarded with strands of colorful plastic beads from appreciative onlookers. This is also a staple at The O Zone, and the club owners hand out beads to the male half of attending couples to reward the ladies who flash them. At the end of the evening, the lady with the most beads wins a generous prize. This year it’s a grounds pass for two to Sandy Bottoms Resort (www.SandyBottomsResort.com), an adults only, clothing optional, private couples resort in Ontario just a few short hours drive Northeast of Toronto.

Extravagant masks are also a benchmark of Mardi Gras celebrations, as this anonymity gives attendees a boost of confidence, and that’s no different at The O Zone. Attendees often wear masks at this event, which creates a sensual, mysterious atmosphere. The first 50 ladies who arrive after the doors open at 8pm will be gifted with a beautiful mask from the club.

The O Zone nightclub is an large upscale venue in Toronto off of Dixon Road near the airport, and sees guests arriving from across Canada and the US who attend for a weekend of open minded fun with other couples.

The owners of The O Zone say “We always have a full house for Mardi Pardi, and we go all out when decorating for the event. Our attention to detail is what puts us ahead of other clubs.” The O Zone has themed events every weekend, and approximately once a month they host a Super party with specialty themes, like Toga, Valentine’s and a Halloween party, but Mardi Pardi, New Years Eve and MonsterBash in October are by far their busiest nights.

“Last year, the winner of the Most Beads contest had collected over 35 lbs of beads.” says the owners. That’s a lot of flashing.

And as an added bonus, anyone with tickets for Saturday evening get in for free Friday evening as well. This is great news for travelers staying in one of the nearby hotels, as they can visit the club Friday for a drink and check it out, sleep in Saturday morning, maybe get some shopping in, then head back on Saturday evening for the time of their life.

About The O Zone: Toronto’s hottest couples club, The O Zone is the place to be for open minded couples in Toronto. The O Zone is one of North America’s largest, on-premise nightclubs. A hedonistic playground of over 10,000 square feet, The O Zone is filled with enough wild and sexy amenities to guarantee a most memorable night for Toronto swingers and open-minded couples. An alternative lifestyle social club, The O Zone is the hottest place in Toronto for couples to come and party, and to form friendships with compatible like-minded swinging couples. For more information about The O Zone, upcoming special events, and the latest club news, please visit www.ocouplesclub.com.

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Maltz Museum Announces Children’s Book Launch Event

Helping Young Audiences Connect to the Special Exhibit through Literature
Meet Local Author & Illustrator of Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel, Sun March 3

CLEVELAND, OHIO, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the release of a new children’s book entitled 'Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel', written by local author Dahlia Fisher, illustrated by Cleveland native Amy Jindra, and published by ATBOSH Media Ltd. The free event is open to the public and will be held Sunday, March 3 from 1:30PM to 3:00PM at the Maltz Museum (2929 Richmond Rd, Beachwood). For more information or to register call 216-593-0575 or visit maltzmuseum.org.

“Ari & Abigail's Passport to Israel was originally created to help guide young families through the Maltz Museum's special exhibit, Israel: Then & Now, as a reflection of the learning we do when we travel. We meet new people, see new places, try new foods, and discover connections between ourselves and others,” notes the author at the end of the book.

Audiences have been enjoying an interactive version of the new children’s book since the world premiere of the Israel: Then & Now special exhibit. The book has been turned into a Story Walk in which panels from the book plus hands-on activities pair to help make the exhibit accessible to children. Children are even invited to pick up toy binoculars for happy exploring and take them home to make every day an adventure.

Recently kindergarten and first grade students from Mandel Jewish Day School visited the exhibition to hear author and Museum staffer, Dahlia Fisher, read "Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel" as they walked through the gallery together. The students were so excited about their experience many came back with their parents the following week to explore further on their own.

Mandel Jewish Day School Marketing Director, Abigail Silverman, said, “We are delighted to partner with the Maltz Museum and share the book 'Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel' with our students. This experience adds another layer to their learning about Israel. Our students returned from the field trip excited to go back to the Museum, which tells us they had a great time!”

'Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel' book launch event promises to be an equally great time for guests who can enjoy a book reading and signing, participate in crafts for kids, have a caricature artist draw their picture, and go on the interactive Story Walk, plus sample some Israeli-style snacks.

Jared Bendis, Founder of ATBOSH Media Ltd who published the book said, “We are proud to partner with the Maltz Museum to deliver this children’s book not just to the Cleveland community but to enable worldwide distribution.”

'Ari & Abigail’s Passport to Israel' is available for purchase on Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble online, as well as the Maltz Museum store. The soft cover book retails for $11.99.

The book launch event is generously supported by community partners: Ashne Chesed Fairmount Temple, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation, Gross Schechter Day School, Macaroni Kid, Mandel Jewish Day School, Park Preschool, The Temple-Tifereth Israel Early Learning Center, and media partner, Cleveland Jewish News.

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Rare oil on board painting by James McNeill Whistler with provenance will headline Woodshed Art Auctions' March 7th sale

Rare oil on board painting by James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903), titled Peasant Woman, done during Whistler’s time spent in Venice, circa 1880 (est. $200,000-$300,000).

Original oil painting by Albert Bierstadt (American, 1830-1902), titled Twilight on Schroon Mountain, artist signed lower left, 20 ¾ inches by 26 ¾ inches framed (est. $20,000-$30,000).

Stylized study of the famous Apple Macintosh Logo attributed to Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987), circa 1985, acrylic on paper, artist signed lower right and verso (est. $30,000-$50,000).

Oil on canvas attributed to Armando Morales (1927-2011), perhaps Nicaragua’s most famous artist, titled Cabeza de Mujer (Head of Woman), signed and dated “62” (est. $40,000-$50,000).

Oil on canvas abstract composition attributed to Hans Hofmann (German-American, 1880-1996), signed and dated (“64”), measuring 25 ½ inches by 21 ¼ inches framed (est. $60,000-$80,000).

The work, titled Peasant Woman, was painted during Whistler’s time spent in Venice. Also sold will be an original landscape painting by Albert Bierstadt.

Discovering long-forgotten artworks by master artists holds an unusual fascination for us as art historians and connoisseurs. They have the power to transport our minds to the moment of their creation”

— Bruce Wood

FRANKLIN, MASS., UNITED STATES, February 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A rare oil on board painting by James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903), titled Peasant Woman and done during Whistler’s time spent in Venice, plus an original landscape work by Albert Bierstadt (American, 1830-1902), will be in Woodshed Art Auctions’ 157-lot fine art auction, live and online, slated for Thursday, March 7th, at 5:30 pm Eastern time.

The auction – officially titled Whistler to Warhol: Master Oil Paintings & Drawings – will be held online and live in the 500 Gallery, at 475 Franklin Village Drive in Franklin. People can register and bid now, at www.woodshedartauctions.com. Previews will be held at the 500 Gallery in Franklin starting Wednesday, February 27th. Phone and absentee bids will be taken.

The paintings by Whistler and Bieratadt are the sale’s undisputed headliners, but also featured will be a wide selection of paintings by, and attributed to, artists such as Andy Warhol, Edward Hopper, Alberto Giacometti, Jean-Michel Basquiat, the graffiti artist known as Banksy, Thomas Hart Benton, John Marin, Armando Morales, Hans Hoffman, Mark Rothko and Paul Gauguin.

“Discovering long-forgotten artworks by master artists holds an unusual fascination for us as art historians and connoisseurs,” said Brue Wood of Woodshed Art Auctions. “They have the power to transport our minds to the moment of their creation, and are a testament to the longevity of the best human creations. Being in their presence while they transition to new owners is a privilege.”

Whistler’s Peasant Woman is unsigned, but comes with impeccable provenance. The piece was gifted to a Mr. Ritter, an acquaintance of Whistler’s in Venice, by the artist in 1880. Ritter sold it to Robert Day Andrews around 1892 and Day then donated it to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. It was later deaccessioned by the museum and acquired by the current owners in 1994.

What makes the piece so attractive to collectors (aside from the fact that any original work by Whistler is bound to attract attention) is that it was painted in Venice, during a time when the vast majority of the artist’s work consisted of etchings and pastel and chalk drawings. This was by necessity, as Whistler was nearly destitute. An oil painting by him from the era is very rare.

After the publication of John Riskin’s acclaimed book, Stones of Venice, many notable artists – to include Whistler – flocked to the Italian city to capture the splendor of which Ruskin wrote. But Whistler eschewed the city’s Gothic architecture that his contemporaries captured on canvas in favor of the city’s poverty-stricken areas, which he referred to as “the Venice of Venetians.”

Many of Whistler’s subjects were women at work – almost always placed within their familiar, local environment, engaged in mundane activities like doing the wash or stringing beads. He sought to depict the true aesthetic nature of the city (and in doing so he gained many pupils). Portrait of a Girl is a fine representation of this time. It’s estimated to bring $200,000-$300,000.

The oil on canvas landscape by Albert Bierstadt, titled Twilight on Schroon Mountain, is artist signed lower left. It measures 20 ¾ inches by 26 ¾ inches framed, and carries a pre-sale estimate of $20,000-$30,000. Bierstadt, who was trained in Europe but spent most of his rich career in the United States, was one of the premier American landscape painters of the Hudson River School.

Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) will make multiple appearances in the sale. Works attributed to the Pop Art icon will include three possible color studies for prints. They are:

• Apple Macintosh Logo, a stylized study of the famous logo, circa 1985, acrylic on paper, signed lower right and verso, 17 ¼ inches by 17 inches framed (est. $30,000-$50,000).
• Absolut Vodka, another stylized rendering of a logo, circa 1985, mixed media on paper, signed upper left and verso, 20 ¼ inches by 17 ¼ inches framed (est. $30,000-$50,000).
• George Harrison, a vibrant portrait of the late Beatle, circa 1980, mixed media on paper, signed lower right and verso, 22 ¾ inches by 17 ¾ inches framed (est. $30,000-$35,000).

An oil on canvas attributed to Armando Morales (1927-2011), perhaps Nicaragua’s most famous artist, titled Cabeza de Mujer (Head of Woman), signed and dated (“62”) bottom left, is expected to realize $40,000-$50,000. The 17 ½ inch by 25 ½ inch painting, in the frame, is stamped verso with Galeria Central del Arte Modern. Morales is best known for his still lifes and female nudes.

An oil on canvas abstract composition attributed to Hans Hofmann (German-American, 1880-1996), signed and dated (“64”) and measuring 25 ½ inches by 21 ¼ inches framed, is expected to change hands for $60,000-$80,000); and an oil on canvas attributed to Mark Rothko (American, 1903-1970), titled 1969 Color Field (Brown and Blue), signed and dated (“1969”) verso and measuring 27 ½ inches by 19 ½ inches in the frame, has a pre-sale estimate of $40,000-$60,000.

An ink and pencil portrait drawing on paper of a Tahitian woman attributed to Paul Gauguin (French, 1848-1903), unframed, titled Taaroa, 4 ¼ inches by 6 ½ inches, titled upper right and signed verso, circa 1891, should reach $25,000-$30,000. The drawing appears to be part of a set partially sold at Sothebys in 2013. Infra-red spectrometry confirms the paper is from the 1890s.

A pastel on paper attributed to John Marin (American, 1870-1953), titled View of Venice from Murano, 12 ½ inches by 15 ¾ inches in the frame, artist signed, is expected to command $9,000-$12,000. Marin was an integral member of Alfred Stieglitz’s circle. This piece is peculiar, as it is a pastel, whereas an estimated 2,500 out of nearly 3,000 artworks by the artist were watercolors.

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 about Woodshed Art Auctions and the Whistler to Warhol: Master Oil Paintings & Drawings auction scheduled for Thursday, March 7th, visit www.woodshedartauctions.com.

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Bruce Wood
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