The Magic Moments Christmas collection has arrived at A Treasured Home

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Dinosaur lithophane ornament with lights on

Our dinosaur lithophane illuminated for the magic to happen

Our dinosaur lithophane not illuminated.

Lithophane Christmas ornaments are made from plastic and 3D printed. These ornaments are sure to create memorable moments this holiday season.

GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Windmillers of A Treasured Home are releasing their brand new “Magic Memories” collection. The collection will feature over ten brand new 3D printed lithophane ornaments including two to benefit charities. This magical collection is launching on September 25, 2020.

Lithophanes are known for their ability to create a little “magic”. When there is no light applied to them they look like textured plastic. Once illuminated, the magic happens right before your eyes. The design or photo just pops out from the product. This is something that you will absolutely want on your Christmas tree this season.

A Treasured Home is recognized for their ability to create and personalize beautiful items that will quickly become staples within your life.

The Magic Moments collection will feature designs such as Santa’s sleigh being pulled along by dinosaurs, a sweet cardinal, dancing snowmen, and even an ornament of late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that will benefit the Sister Love charity.

The collection will be available online at A Treasured Home’s Etsy shop along with on their website. These limited-edition items are expected to sell our rather quickly. For a sneak peek at the product you can check out their Instagram page for videos!

The Windmillers are excited to launch this magical line while giving their fans a new product line collection they’ve been requesting.

For more information you can visit their Etsy shop or their website on September 25, 2020 for more information. If you are interested in collaborating with the shop, please email at info@atreasuredhome.com. Media hi-res photos are available upon request.

About A Treasured Home:
The Windmillers started this shop to fill a need that existed within the Etsy marketplace. They wanted shoppers to be able to find customized items to make their home a more treasured environment. To date, their products have traveled worldwide and have put many smiles on their customers’ faces. As the shop began to grow rapidly, A Treasured Home’s products started gaining notoriety amongst the personalized gifts industry.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-shirt twice signed by Brett Favre, with a shout-out to Tom Brady, will be sold online, Sept. 29th

The T-shirt was twice signed by Favre – with “HOF 16” (for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016) and “Tom Brady is the GOAT” (the acronym for “Greatest of All Time”).

Favre attended the Panthers-Buccaneers game not as a fan but as an NFL Films correspondent. Favre works for The Grind, a show on Epix produced by NFL Films.

The shirt includes an official Brett Favre hologram and COA from Radtke Sports. All the proceeds from the sale of the shirt will go to benefit Brett Favre’s Favre4Hope Foundation.

Favre signed with “HOF 16” (for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016) and “Tom Brady is the GOAT” (the acronym for “Greatest of All Time”).

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-shirt worn by NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre at this year’s game between the Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers on September 20th – signed by Favre with “HOF 16” (for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016) and “Tom Brady is the GOAT” (the acronym for “Greatest of All Time”) – is up for bid in an online-only auction being held by Pristine Auction. The sale ends Tuesday, September 29th.

People can register and bid now on the Pristine Auction website: www.pristineauction.com. All the proceeds from the sale of the shirt will go to benefit Brett Favre’s Favre4Hope Foundation.

Brett Favre's appearance at the Buccaneers game wearing the shirt was a significant gesture, as it followed his public support of Tom Brady, the longtime quarterback of the New England Patriots who is playing in his first season with Tampa Bay. Favre's public support followed Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians' negative comments directed towards Brady's after his first week play. The comments from Favre were replayed by countless media, including NBC Sports, which reported:

“One of the most surprising developments from Week One came in the aftermath of the Buccaneers-Saints game, when Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians publicly called out quarterback Tom Brady, not once but twice. That’s something Patriots coach Bill Belichick has never done, to Brady or to any other quarterback.” Favre fired back his thoughts on Sirius XM Radio: “I think the last person you would want to call out after the first game of the year is Tom Brady.”

Favre has a theory: “Maybe they had a mutual truce going into the game, going into the season, something like, ‘Hey, I’m going to be hard on you. I want the guys to know we’re going to treat you the same even though technically I’m not, so are you OK with it?’ If they have that truce, great. If not, I think we are barking up the wrong tree. Dissension could easily enter quickly.”

He added, “Maybe the Saints didn’t do anything they weren’t ready for other than we didn’t protect very well Tom gets hit a couple of times, you get a little jittery, it happens. First half of the Super Bowl against the Falcons he was getting nailed, played lackluster at best. They went in, had a ‘Come to Jesus’ at halftime, they don’t even come close to touching him in the second half, and he’s flawless. So they clean up the protection, and the timing, the chemistry will come.”

Will success come for Brady overnight? “I highly doubt it, but it will come pretty quickly though and they very easily could be 4-1 after five weeks,” Favre said. The shirt includes an official exclusive Brett Favre hologram and matching Certificate of Authenticity from Radtke Sports, the highly respected sports authenticator that has an exclusive memorabilia contract with Favre.

Favre attended the Panthers-Buccaneers game not as a fan but as an NFL Films correspondent. Favre works for The Grind, a show on Epix produced by NFL Films. He attended the game in connection with a feature on Buccaneers linebacker Devin White. According to reports, he was accompanied at the game by a couple of family members, along with a fairly sizable film crew.

Brett Favre was a 20-year veteran of the NFL, having played quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons in 1991, the Green Bay Packers from 1992-2007, the New York Jets in 2008 and the Minnesota Vikings from 2009-2010. He was the first NFL quarterback to pass for 500 touchdowns, throw for 70,000 yards, complete 6,000 passes and attempt 10,000 passes. His 11 Pro Bowl invitations is the third most among NFL quarterbacks. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2016.

Tom Brady spent the first 20 seasons of his career as quarterback of the New England Patriots before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prior to the 2020 season. He has played in nine Super Bowls (an NFL record), winning six of them (also a record). He’s also won a record four Super Bowl MVP awards. Because of his numerous NFL records and accolades, many sports writers, commentators, and players consider Tom Brady to be the greatest NFL quarterback of all time.

Pristine Auction is a family owned and operated consignment-based online auction house. Since its founding in 2010, the company have grown from a spare bedroom to a 37,000-square-foot facility in Phoenix, Arizona. A team of over 100 people actively services the many customers. The firm specializes in autographed memorabilia, sports cards, coins, art and collectibles. By working with leading authentication companies, it ensures all items offered are 100% authentic.

Pristine Auction offers items certified by trusted names, including Leaf, JSA, PSA, Beckett, Steiner Sports, Schwartz Sports, TriStar, Total Sports Enterprises, Upper Deck Authenticated, and MLB Authentication. Pristine Auction runs multiple weekly auctions, a premium monthly auction, and daily and 10- minute auctions. In addition to auctions, it has an extensive web store with display cases, custom framing options, and other accessories to display memorabilia.

Pristine Auction is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection of sports-related items and memorabilia, you may send an email to sales@pristineauction.com. To learn more about Pristine Auction and the online-only auction ending Tuesday, September 29th, please visit www.pristineauction.com.

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Big Beautiful Music Machines from the 1890s-1940s Dominate the List of Top Lots in Miller & Miller's Sept. 19th Auction

Early 1900s Seeburg Style “G” orchestrion, a coin-op mechanical masterpiece, 66 inches tall by 79 inches wide, with mosaic leaded art glass doors, comes with13 “G” rolls (CA$24,780).

27-inch orchestral Regina upright music box, coin-operated and made in 1898, tagged ‘Orchestral Regina’ to the frieze board, complete with 29 discs. (CA$21,240).

Wurlitzer Model 1015 jukebox, made in America in 1946, the most identifiable jukebox ever produced, with a library of 78 rpm records with title cards (CA$11,210).

George Baker & Company cylinder music box, made in Switzerland in 1922, a rare variant, featuring the harmony of a drum with six bells. Restored in 2017 (CA$10,030).

J.P. Seeburg model “L” Nickelodeon and remote coin box, American-made in the 1920s, in a quarter-sawn oak case with leaded glass panels (CA$3,540).

The event – officially titled a Music Machines, Coin-Op & Advertising auction – was led by the outstanding lifetime collections of Ken Vinen and Jack Winkler.

Quality, fresh to the market collections are always well-received among our buyers. Ken Vinen’s music machines sold like hot cakes. Originality and functionality meant a lot to Ken.”

— Ethan Miller

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — An early 20th century Seeburg “G” style Orchestrion coin-op machine sold for $24,780, a 27-inch Orchestral Regina upright music box from 1898 finished at $21,240, and an 1892 Swiss George Baker & Company cylinder music box fetched $10,030 in an online auction held September 19th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. based in New Hamburg.

All prices quoted are in Canadian dollars and are inclusive of an 18 percent buyer’s premium.

The event – officially titled a Music Machines, Coin-Op & Advertising auction – was led by the outstanding lifetime collections of Ken Vinen and Jack Winkler and also featured general store items, petroliana (gas station collectibles), breweriana and automobilia. A total of 624 lots came up for bid – many of them with roots in Canada – in an auction that grossed more than $389,000.

The Seeburg “G” Orchestrion was a coin-operated masterpiece, outfitted with original and replica components. It had actually been professionally modified from a Seeburg style “A” but retained the correct torch mosaic leaded art glass doors. The machine – impressive at 66 inches tall by 79 inches wide – was from the Ken Vinen collection and include 13 “G” music rolls.

The 27-inch Orchestral Regina upright music box, with 29 discs, was another coin-op marvel. Like so many music machines from the era, it was originally rented as a coin-consuming investment to shrewd bar owners. Aside from a being a money-maker, it provided fun entertainment, a sure way to divert thirsty patrons from neighboring establishments.

The George Baker & Company cylinder music box, made in Switzerland in 1922, was a rare variant, featuring the sublime harmony of a drum with six bells. Originally built with five 8-tune cylinders, the machine was lovingly restored by Darren Wallace in 2017 and maintained by Ken Vinen until his death in 2019. Included were five 8-tune cylinders.

“Quality, fresh to the market collections are always well-received among our buyers,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, adding, “Ken Vinen’s music machines sold like hot cakes. Originality and functionality meant a lot to Ken and this was evident in the prices realized. The phone was ringing all week. Nobody wanted to miss this opportunity. It was a great auction.”

While the list of top lots was loaded with music machines, it was actually an eclectic sale, with items ranging from a Canadian Goold high-wheel bicycle from around 1890, the front wheel 54 inches in diameter to the handlebars (S3,245); to an American-made early 20th century Holcomb & Hoke Butter-Kist popcorn machine in a walnut case ($3,835); to an adorable 1940s Addison model A2 “Baby” Bakelite radio made in Canada ($4,425).

Following are additional highlights from the auction, which was online-only, with live video feed from location. Internet bidding was provided by LiveAuctioneers.com and the Miller & Miller website (www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com). The 422 users placed a total of 8,162 bids; 47 percent of lots met or exceeded estimates and 32 percent of lots surpassed the high estimate.

The name Wurlitzer was called multiple times during the auction. A few lots sold as follows:

• A Wurlitzer Model 1015 jukebox, made in 1946, with a curated library of rock ‘n’ roll 78 rpm records. The Wurlitzer 1015 is the most identifiable jukebox ever made ($11,210).
• A Wurlitzer model 750 jukebox made in 1940, coin-operated and featuring a “bear claw” pickup. Also included is a library of 78 rpm records as shown on title cards ($8,850).
• A Wurlitzer 1015-CD “One More Time” jukebox, made in Germany around 1900, a version of the famous model 1015 and retrofitted to hold up to 100 CD discs ($4,425).
• A Wurlitzer model 61 jukebox, circa 1939, coin-operated, with an unfinished stand. A multi-selector phonograph jukebox that includes a library of 78 rpm records ($3,540).

A rare, two-sided Ford porcelain hanging dealer sign, made for the Canadian market in the 1930s, untouched and original, 27 ½ inches by 18 inches, changed hands for $3,540; while an American two-sided porcelain neon sign for General Electric from the 1950s, sizable at 56 inches by 50 inches, marked “Kolux Corp., Kokomo, Indiana” lower right edge, hit $3,245.

Two music machines brought $3,540 each. One was a J.P. Seeburg model “L” Nickelodeon and remote coin box, American-made in the 1920s, in a quarter-sawn oak case with leaded glass panels. The other was a 1920s American Edison Opera phonograph, original and untouched, the cabinet retaining its original finish and hardware. Included in the lot were ten 4-minute cylinders.

Miller & Miller has announced an exciting ‘refresh’ to its online platform. “There’s no learning curve or major changes,” Ethan Miller pointed out. “This update will simply present users with an improved experience as they navigate our online auctions. We’re continually investing in our digital platform to provide quality service and capability to enhance the overall user experience.”

Miller & Miller Auctions has also launched a new mobile app for iOS and Android. Bidders can now choose to participate virtually in auctions using a phone or tablet for a convenient, portable experience. They can place bids and receive instant updates and notifications with a few taps.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. has two more major auctions planned for the fall. A Canadiana & Historic Objects auction, featuring the Stead and Withington collections, is slated for Saturday, October 24th. Then, a Watches, Jewellery and Decorative Arts auction will be held on Saturday, November 21st, followed by an Advertising & Historic Objects auction Saturday, December 12th.

All three sales will be held online at 9am Eastern, and will be webcast from the New Hamburg gallery. Consignments are welcome.

Miller & Miller Auctions is Canada’s trusted seller of high-value collections and is always accepting quality consignments. The firm specializes in watches and jewelry, art, antiques and high-value collectibles. Its mission is to provide collectors with a trusted place to buy and sell.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710 or (519) 716-5606; or, e-mail to info@millerandmillerauctions.com. To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions and the firm’s slate of upcoming auctions, visit www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

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Gala Games Expands Community Footprint With New Initiatives

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Following a successful partnership, three exchange listings, and record DAU growth, Gala Games is poised for growth

There are 3.1 billion gamers out there, just waiting to actually own their games. We want to be a part of the revolution and look forward to partnering with anyone who wants to play with us.”

— Eric Schiermeyer, CEO of Gala Games and cofounder of Zynga

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A key challenge facing most blockchain gaming companies is the fact that their focus is on blockchain, rather than gaming. Gala Games has turned this model upside down by operating as a game development company that interacts with the blockchain, and not a blockchain company that makes games. This distinction makes a difference, as titles developed by Gala Games are geared for mass adoption. Less than two weeks after the launch of GALA on exchanges, Town Star, the first title produced by Gala Games, is hitting daily records for daily active users (DAU). Town Star is a competitive town-building experience reminiscent of some of the most popular games in recent history.

"For us, blockchain represents a massive opportunity to disrupt some of the 200 billion dollars spent yearly on games." says Eric Schiermeyer, CEO of Gala Games and cofounder of Zynga, the gaming giant with over 20 m daily active users, on average. "Blockchain games are no more complicated to adopt for the average user than it is to create an account on Instagram or TikTok. There are 3.1 billion gamers out there, just waiting to actually own their games. We want to be a part of the revolution and look forward to partnering with anyone who wants to play with us. This is just the beginning but it feels like the old days of FB gaming."

One of the central tenets of the ethos behind Gala Games is best encapsulated by their motto, "OWNED BY PLAYERS." Michael McCarthy, the President of Games at Gala Games, says of the concept: "We want players to not only own their in-game items, we want our Gala Gamers to have a voice in our roadmap. We want to enlist them, via distributed voting mechanisms, to help determine what games we should be developing and funding." McCarthy, an experienced developer who served as the Creative Director for Farmville 2, which achieved over 34m DAU in its illustrious run, and whose resume also includes titles such as Fallout 1 & 2, Arcanum, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, believes that the future of gaming is in player ownership of data and game assets, as well as the decentralization of the gaming experience.

A core component of the Gala Games experience is the Gala Games Node — software which runs on computers around the world to help secure the Gala Games Network. With a deep roadmap for future development, the Gala Games Soft Node is a critical component of the Gala Games Network. These nodes give players critical information about the network, in-game streams of activities from within Town Star, the first title on the Gala Games platform, and the ability to earn distribution points which can result in GALA and items for use in game.

With over 20 team members actively developing, Gala Games is moving quickly. Just last week, they formed an alliance with Splinterlands, the market-dominant blockchain-based card fighting game. Splinterlands now accepts GALA as a form of payment for card packs and their Summoners Spellbook. As Splinterlands is a member of the Gala Games Alliance, Gala Games is offering a promotional feature — for the next two weeks, those who purchase 100 booster packs using GALA will get a limited-edition top secret Splinterlands-themed NFT that they can use in-game in Town Star. Additionally, their ERC-20 smart contract just received the stamp of approval from AnChain.AI, a MIT Technology Review referenced auditing company.

With a new game announcement rumored to be just around the corner, Gala Games is continuing to push for mass adoption. "Currently, we are building out a complex and evolved ecosystem involving multiple games, NFT purchase functionality, and new concepts like crypto-crafting on the horizon." says Gala Games CMO, Jason Brink. "If you come to our website, gala.games, you can see more of what we are working on, and get a better understanding of the sweeping vision we are bringing to the blockchain world."

About Gala Games
Gala Games is revolutionizing gameplay by giving players control of their in-game assets and creating an easy onramp to bring non-blockchain players into the cryptosphere. Headed by the co-founder of Zynga and the Creative Director behind viral gaming phenomena such as Farmville 2, Gala Games is poised to bring blockchain gaming to the masses. Find out more at https://gala.games or join their Discord server at http://galagames.chat

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Savannah’s Everard Auctions presents Fine & Decorative Art from Southern estates in online-only auction closing Oct. 8

Stephen Scott Young (FL/SC/Bahamas, b. 1957-), Tenth Son, watercolor, 21 x 29¼in (sight). Estimate: $30,000-$50,000

Andre Derain (French, 1880-1954) Bather, oil-on-canvas, 6 1/8 x 12 3/8in (sight). Estimate: $8,000-$12,000

Art Deco platinum and sapphire dinner ring, 2.86 dwt with a D or E-color S1 central diamond. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Josef Foshko (NY/Russian Federation, 1891-1971), oil-on-canvas harbor scene, 13½ x 17½in. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Coin-silver lidded urn by Savannah silversmith Frederick Marquand (active 1820-1826), marked, 27ozt. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Featured: Superb Stephen Scott Young watercolor of African-American boy, 27 artworks from Estate of Judie Weiss, with works by Andre Derain and Josef Foshko

The multigenerational Weiss collection featured in this auction was started by Moses Weiss, a colorful entrepreneur, bootlegger and founding member of the American Stock Exchange.”

— Amanda Everard – Owner, Everard Auctions

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Steeped in traditional values but competitively armed with the latest technology and marketing techniques, Everard Auctions is the preferred choice of many private and institutional collectors who choose to deaccession fine art. Five times a year, the company’s trusted reputation is validated with an exciting Fine & Decorative Arts online auction featuring high-quality estate paintings and objets d’art. Preparations have just been finalized for Everard’s next auction, featuring art from Southern estates and private owners. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers from September 22 through October 8.

The top-estimated lot at $30,000-$50,000 is Stephen Scott Young’s (FL/SC/Bahamas, b. 1957-) charming watercolor titled Tenth Son. It is a 21- by 29¼-inch (sight) depiction of an African-American boy in a pierced-straw hat and summer attire standing next to a white picket fence. The painting is signed and dated ’99 at lower right, with the inscription “First Study Shelley’s Brother.”

A contemporary realist known for his luminous watercolors of the people, landscape and architecture of the Bahamas and America’s coastal Southeastern region, Stephen Scott Young knows and has a personal connection to most of his subjects. A south Florida resident who was born in Hawaii, Young has spent substantial periods of time in the Bahamas, where his wife’s family has deep roots. He mostly paints en plein air. In 2012, a very well-received exhibition of his works was presented in New York by Christie’s Private Sales and Adelson Galleries.

The Stephen Scott Young watercolor and 19 other artworks by Southern artists were consigned to Everard’s by the same source. Within this tasteful selection are 11 works by the widely collected Savannah artist Myrtle Jones (1913-2005), who is known for her streetscapes, portraits and depictions of Savannah architecture. Jones took up painting in 1950 while studying at Telfair Academy, but she has been identified as, and considered herself to be, a self-taught artist.

Twenty-seven artworks are offered from the Estate of Judie Weiss, including an Andre Derain (French, 1880-1954) oil-on-canvas, Bather, which depicts a reclining nude on the beach. The 6 1/8- by 12 3/8-inch (sight) painting is entered with an $8,000-$12,000 estimate. The estate collection also features 12 paintings by Josef Foshko (NY/Russian Federation, 1891-1971). Foshko highlights include an oil-on-canvas titled Bathers, depicting a nude and woman in white at the seashore with a child in the background. Measuring 23¼ by 33 inches (sight), it is expected to make $1,500-$2,500 at auction. A Foshko oil-on-canvas harbor scene, 13½ by 17½ inches, is an atmospheric seaside rendering of a figure walking along a road with a sailboat and harbor in the distance. It has a Greer Gallery exhibition card on verso and is entered with an $800-$1,200 estimate.

“The multigenerational Weiss collection was started by Moses Weiss (b. circa 1895-1962), a colorful entrepreneur, bootlegger and founding member of the American Stock Exchange,” said Amanda Everard, co-owner of Everard Auctions. “He was also a patron of the arts and personal friend of Josef Foshko, who even painted Moses Weiss’ portrait. Mr. Weiss left his art collection to his daughter, Judie Weiss Kaplan, who was a licensed interior designer and owner of racehorses. Judie and her husband, Judah Kaplan, relocated to Savannah in 2003, where they remained for the rest of their lives.”

There are many other notable artworks with Weiss provenance in the sale. An Alice Halicka (Poland/France, 1894/5-1975) 12 3/8- by 15 5/8-inch oil-on-canvas of a cloaked swimmer on the beach with a sailboat in the background is estimated at $8,000-$12,000; while a Louis Michel Eilshemius (NY/CA/NJ, 1864-1941) 21½- by 27½-inch oil-on-board rendering of two nude figures by a lake carries a $4,000-$6,000 estimate. A well-executed Raphael Soyer (NY, 1899-1987) 19 7/8- by 16-inch oil-on-canvas titled Two Waitresses is similarly estimated at $4,000-$6,000.

A 9½-inch-tall bronze (including tiered stone base) titled Annabelle is signed by the artist, Sir Jacob Epstein (NY/UK, 1880-1959), on the back of the head. It is accompanied by two books about Epstein and a letter from the artist to “Mr. and Mrs. Moses Weiss” in which he identifies the subject of the bronze as his grandchild “Kitty.” The letter also states that Kitty’s other grandfather is “Prof. Freud the great psycho analyst.” The auction estimate is $1,200-$1,800.

An extensive selection of silver includes a coin-silver lidded urn by Savannah silversmith Frederick Marquand (active 1820-1826), marked “F. Marquand” on the base and weighing 27ozt. It is estimated at $500-$1,000. Additionally, there are several tea sets, a large 19th-century Austrian silver service, and several silver goblets and mint julep cups. The decorative art category is highlighted by a pair of Chinese incised celadon jade bowls, estimated at $2,000-$3,000; and a TL-tested 14-inch Tang Dynasty terracotta horse, $1,200-$1,800.

Exquisite fine jewelry offerings include a 15-inch-long 14K gold, diamond and coral necklace of sophisticated design, $2,000-$3,000; and an ultra-chic Art Deco platinum and sapphire dinner ring, 2.86 dwt with a D or E-color S1 central diamond, $3,000-$5,000.

Everard’s Fine & Decorative Art from Southern Estates and Private Owners online-only auction will be conducted through LiveAuctioneers from September 22 through October 8. Gallery preview dates: October 1-2, and 5-6, with mandatory masks and social distancing. For additional information on any item in the auction, call 912-231-1376 or email info@everardandcompany.com. Everard Auctions & Appraisals is located at 2436 Waters Ave., Savannah, GA 31404. Visit the company’s website at www.everard.com.

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AKTI Encourages Teaching Knife Safety for National Hunting & Fishing Day Activities

Fishing with a kid

Observing National Hunting and Fishing Day by taking someone hunting or fishing for the first time should include teaching them proper knife safety.

National Hunting and Fishing Day is the perfect time to expose someone to the great outdoors and knives are part of the tradition that needs to be shared with first timers and future generations.”

— CJ Buck, CEO Buck Knives, AKTI founder

CODY, WY, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) is encouraging all outdoor sportsmen and women to enjoy National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday, September 26, 2020. Many people observe the day by taking someone on their first experience. “Knives are essential tools used while hunting and fishing,” said CJ Buck, CEO of Buck Knives and a founding member of the American Knife & Tool Institute. “We encourage everyone taking someone for the first time to include basic knife safety tips in instructions.”

When President Richard Nixon signed the first proclamation of National Hunting and Fishing Day in 1972, he wrote, “I urge all citizens to join with outdoor sportsmen in the wise use of our national resources and in ensuring their proper management for the benefit of future generations.” National Hunting and Fishing Day is now celebrated on the fourth Saturday of September each year and events recognize all that hunters and anglers have contributed to wildlife and conservation through their licenses and contributions to support these traditions.

“National Hunting and Fishing Day is the perfect time to expose someone to the great outdoors,” added CJ Buck, “and knives are part of the tradition that needs to be shared with first timers and future generations.”

“The American Knife & Tool Institute’s mission is to educate, promote and inform about knives as valuable tools,” said John Sullivan, AKTI President and Director of Compliance at W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery, “and one of our first projects was to develop knife safety information geared towards children and first time knife users. We urge anyone taking someone hunting or fishing for the first time to share proper knife safety.”

Outdoorsmen and women can learn more about participating on National Hunting and Fishing Day at nhfday.org.

Information about introducing kids and others to knives and knife safety is available at AKTI.org/education.

Jan Billeb
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Ancient Resource Auctions' Saturday, Oct. 3rd online auction #87 features fine, authentic antiquities, ethnographic art

Lovely Roman marble head of a woman from the Julio-Claudian Period (circa early 1st Century BC), in the manner of the Empress Livia Drusilla (aka Julia Augusta). (est. $9,000-$12,000).

Roman marble funerary stele from the 2nd or 3rd Century AD, 23 ½ inch tall, in the style the man wearing a tunic with wavy hair, his features nicely rendered (est. $4,500-$7,000).

Composite photo of a circa 500-460 BC Greek black-figure lekythos, a fine example with light deposits, featuring a siren holding a lyre standing atop a mound (est. $3,500-$5,000)

Egyptian papyrus text from a Book of the Dead from the Late Ptolemaic Period, circa 664-30 BC, important (and impressive, at 36 inches by 11 inches). (est. $7,000-$10,000).

Greek pottery plastic vase depicting a female head, circa 4th C. BC, with youthful features modeled with plump lips and wide eyes, 5 ½ inches tall (est. $3,000-$4,000).

Up for bid are 450 lots of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Near Eastern, Holy Land, Byzantine, Asian and Pre-Columbian antiquities, plus examples of ethnographic art.

It’s Auction 87 and we’re featuring an incredible assortment of antiquities from a wide variety of cultures. Buyers will get wonderful pieces at great prices.”

— Gabriel Vandervort

MONTROSE, CA, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A lovely Roman marble head of a woman from the Julio-Claudian Period (circa early 1st Century BC), a fantastic Roman marble funerary stele (standing slab of stone with hieroglyphic carving or sculptured design) from the 2nd or 3rd Century AD, and a beautiful circa 500-460 BC Greek black-figure lekythos (painted pottery vessel) are expected top lots in Ancient Resource Auctions’ online Fall Exceptional Antiquities Sale planned for Saturday, October 3rd.

“It’s Auction 87 and we’re featuring an incredible assortment of antiquities from a wide variety of cultures,” said Gabriel Vandervort of Ancient Resource Auctions. “Buyers will get wonderful pieces at great prices.” To preview lots and to learn more, people can visit the Ancient Resource Auctions website, at www.AncientResourceAuctions.com.

The auction is up and online now for pre-bidding. It will go live on auction day, October 3rd, at 9 am Pacific time and continue throughout the day. Up for bid are around 450 lots of authentic Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Near Eastern, Holy Land, Byzantine, Asian and Pre-Columbian antiquities, plus attractive examples of ethnographic art – something for every level of collector.

The Roman marble head of a woman from the Julio-Claudian Period was rendered in the manner of the Empress Livia Drusilla (also known as Julia Augusta). Her features are well-defined, with pursed lips and rolled curls at her forehead and framing her face. The partially restored head is attached to a marble base, with an overall height of 15 ¾ inches. It should bring $9,000-$12,000.

The 2nd or 3rd Century AD Roman marble funerary stele depicts the upper part of a man emerging from a basket within a shrine, a laurel wreath on either side and rosette flanked by flowers in the pediment. The 23 ½ inch tall stele is in the style the man wearing a tunic with wavy hair, his features nicely rendered. It has an estimate of $4,500-$7,000.

The circa 500-460 BC Greek black-figure lekythos features, a wonderful example with light deposits, features a siren holding a lyre standing atop a mound, a nude male figure standing to right before, looking back. On either side are standing women, each wearing a long chiton and himation. The 8 ½ inch tall piece is expected to realize $3,500-$5,000.

An Egyptian papyrus text from a Book of the Dead from the Late Ptolemaic Period, circa 664-30 BC, from a chapter between 64 – 129, has a pre-sale estimate of $7,000-$10,000. To either side are large blocks of Hieratic text. It’s weathered from age, but is important (and impressive, at 36 inches by 11 inches). It’s an attractive piece with lovely vignettes.

A Roman marble relief depicting a potter’s shop from around the 2nd Century AD, with the potter seen sitting at his wheel (or low table) attaching a handle to an amphora – a fabulous example of daily life at the height of the Roman Empire – is estimated to reach $3,000-$4,000. The 6 inch by 4 inch piece boasts fine detailing – a great item for display.

A choice Cypriot bichrome jug from the Cypro-Archaic I era, circa 750-600 BC, having an ovoid body and ring foot, the short, narrow neck surmounted by a trefoil spout with a single handle attached to rim and shoulder, should fetch $600-$900. The 8 ¼ inch tall vessel is decorated with stylized fish flanking a central medallion with concentric circles.

A 5 ½ inch tall Greek pottery plastic vase depicting a female head from around the 4th Century BC, her youthful features modeled with plump lips and wide eyes, the hair dressed in long ringlets, surmounted by a wreath with foliage, should hit $3,000-$4,000.

An olive-green Roman glass bottle from the 2nd or 3rd Century AD, the body having a wide piriform shape with a lightly indented bottom, and the tubular neck surmounted by a wide rim and the single strap handle with vertical ribbing, has a pre-sale estimate of $1,800-$2,500. The bottle is a little more than 5 ½ inches in height and has light deposits.

A Tanzanian Makonde initiation helmet mask from the early 20th Century, made of carved wood and decorated with carved tribal scarification, the head decorated with real human hair, is estimated to earn $400-$600. The 9 ¼ inch by 7 ¾ inch mask was often used to scare women and children. It was also used during the initiation of boys to men.

A pair of large Colima dancers from West Mexico, circa 100 BC-100 AD, one wearing armor and a mask pulled up to reveal his face (9 inches tall), and one wearing a necklace with a long pendant and his upper arms with cicatrices (9 ½ inches tall), should garner $400-$700 – both nice examples with deep red-orange burnished slip and light deposits.

All lots may be viewed and bid on now, via Ancient Resource Auctions’ bidding platform, at bid.AncientResourceAuctions.com, and on its bidding apps for both Android and Apple devices. Bids can also be placed on Invaluable.com and LiveAuctioneers.com. A link to LiveAuctioneers is at https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/178626_a87-fall-exceptional-antiquities-sale/?pageSize=all.

In addition to online bidding, phone and absentee bids will be accepted. When bidding this way, a 19.5 percent buyer’s premium will apply, versus a 24.5 percent premium when bidding online via LiveAuctioneers.com or Invaluable.com, and 20 percent via the Ancient Resource Auctions bidding platform and app. For additional information, visit www.AncientResourceAuctions.com.

Because of social distancing restrictions in Los Angeles and the COVID-19 health crisis, in-person meetings to preview items are difficult. However, Ancient Resource Auctions is happy to send additional photos and conduct detailed condition reports for interested bidders, as well as answer any and all questions. Call 818-425-9633 or email ancientresourceauctions@yahoo.com.

Mr. Vandervort said Ancient Resource Auctions is one of the few truly specialized auction houses as it pertains to handling rare antiquities. “We’re a small operation with a true passion and dedication for ancient history,” he said, “with decades of combined experience working specifically with these items. Buyers can feel secure knowing we only offer genuine antiquities.”

Ancient Resource Auctions is always seeking quality ancient art and antiquities for future auctions. To inquire about consigning one piece or an entire collection, you may call 818-425-9633 or send an e-mail to ancientresourceauctions@yahoo.com. All inquiries are confidential.

To learn more about Ancient Resource Auctions and the Saturday, October 3rd Fall Exceptional Antiquities Sale, please visit www.AncientResourceAuctions.com. Updates are posted often. For more information call 818-425-9633 or email them at ancientresourceauctions@yahoo.com.

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RCU releases the Stori App to help cannabis consumers keep track of their product preferences and inventory

Stori App

Keep track of your cannabis and discover new products based on your location and what you’ve stored.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — RCU – Responsible Cannabis Use has created an app for cannabis consumers and patients. The Stori App offers recreational and medical consumers a simple way to discover and track their cannabis products. The goal of the app is to provide an easy to use resource for learning more about cannabis products.

“Most consumers and patients are not familiar with cannabis brands available in their region. They also seem to be unfamiliar with product types or profiles, and cannot decipher what product labels actually mean as it relates to the outcome or feeling they’re looking for from the products,” said Karina Karassev, COO at RCU. “With the Stori App, consumers can learn about products they’ve purchased, keep personal notes on the products they’ve enjoyed, and what effects they experienced,” added Karassev.

The Stori App is a digital companion to the smart cannabis storage solution, Stori, which will start shipping in December 2020. Although the app is a companion app to the storage device, it allows users to track products in other storage solutions like mason jars, ziplock bags, or the original packaging.

Stori consists of child-resistant cannabis containers made from a food-safe aluminum material that maintains product quality in an elegant case that one can put on display.

As a result of strict packaging regulations, brands have had a challenge with packaging since the start of legalization. Efforts for differentiating brands through packaging have resulted in negative consumer feedback as consumers don’t want their products in layers of plastic and paper that offer little product information, and are to be thrown out once the product is finished.

RCU is now developing partnerships with licensed producers that are looking to reduce single-use plastic, while increasing exposure via digital channels, like the Stori App. Karassev predicts a large opportunity in collaboration with producers. “Companies we’re speaking with are keen on finding ways to develop long-term relationships with their customers and patients. They see Stori as a smart fridge and their products like the produce. The produce can have minimal packaging, with scannable codes that direct consumers to their product profile on the Stori App. This helps reduce waste and increase access to relevant information about each product.”

The Stori App is free and available at app.yourstori.com. The Stori cannabis storage is available for pre-sale at yourstori.com and will ship in December 2020.

About RCU (Responsible Cannabis Use)
RCU – Responsible Cannabis Use is a cannabis education company that brings awareness to cannabis facts, laws, regulations, and research. Through its products: Cann I Know, CannEd and Stori, RCU aims to educate all Canadians about responsible cannabis use and reduce stigma.

To learn more about RCU, visit thercu.org, follow RCU on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

To learn more about Stori, visit yourstori.com, follow Stori on Facebook and Instagram.

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Hawaiian-Christian, author Momi Robins-Makaila, offers FREE ebooks to inspire women with romance, faith and love

Momi Robins-Makaila, Hawaiian-Christian author

First Love, a FREE Romance Ebook

Trusting our Love, a FREE Romance Ebook

“If you believe in faith, hope, love, and romance, and want to escape crazy COVID-19, these stories of overcoming obstacles will inspire your journey.”

KAPOLEI, HAWAII, USA, September 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Kapolei, Hawaii-based author Momi Robins-Makaila has announced the release of her new romance series, and is offering the first two ebooks, absolutely FREE. "First Love,” and “Trusting our Love” the first and second ebooks in “The Love of a Good Woman series,” celebrating the strong, beautiful woman, is a deeply touching spiritual journey of women living their best lives, inspiring other women to live theirs.

Sharon J. says “I’m reading “First Love” now. It’s such a beautiful read.”

Linda R. says, “I had the privilege of reading all four love stories. I cried. I laughed. I’m waiting for the next book.”

The author-published book, “First Love” is available in paperback and offered as a FREE e-book. “Trusting our Love” is also available in paperback and offered as a FREE ebook.

"I am so excited about the opportunity to share with readers two FREE ebooks for a romance series that I hope will inspire women to live, love and laugh while they read stories of overcoming obstacles to inspire their God-destined journeys,” said Robins-Makaila.

In “First Love” Paige is just a sweet girl; the girl next door from a small hometown on O’ahu, in Hawaii. Like all little girls, what she wanted was simple; she wanted to be loved and adored, happy and carefree. But at the ripe age of five, she already learned that life was nothing but, simple or carefree.

While some girls dreamed of the beautiful wedding, the handsome and loving husband, the white-picket fence, two-point-five children, and God-ordained kind-of-love, Paige wanted nothing of the sort.

Her parents’ abusive relationship was motivation to avoid love at all costs. She vowed that she wouldn’t become like her weak and submissive mother, who couldn’t stand up for herself. She vowed she’d never take the risk of loving a man like her abusive father, who touted apologies and empty promises.

From the day Lance, the new boy, stepped foot into her middle school classroom, his adoration for Paige was evident, but to everyone else except her. No matter how many obvious cues he dispatched over the years, she remained steadfast against love and romance, laser focused on her professional goals, refusing to acknowledge his advances.

When one of her parent’s many vicious fights leaves her mom, hospitalized, battered and bruised, Paige lets her guard down, allowing Jason’s opportune advance, leaving her life’s plans thwarted by one careless night on a white sandy beach, under a full moon. Paige is pushed on a path to a decade-long love triangle that causes her to doubt everything she’d ever believed.

A traffic jam after a salon appointment to freeze fat cells from her thighs incites the reluctant trip down memory lane; inspiration to see her life through new lenses.

Can Paige have a God-ordained kind-of-love? Is there such a thing?

In “Trusting our Love,” A Beautiful, busy, business owner, divorced woman, mother of two, gives up on love until a twist and a shove to attend her high school reunion delivers her to her God-ordained destiny and a second chance at love.

From the moment she was born, almost 40 years ago, God-ordained Rebecca’s destiny, but she went on another path, and God’s promises took a back seat in her life.

All Rebecca ever wanted was to love herself, to experience real joy, to live purposefully, to have balance in her life, to feel like what she has is enough, and to have true romance.

A bitter divorce, an uncooperative ex-husband, two girls to raise, and a business that can’t run itself, has her just about done with love.

When her best friend twists her arm to attend their twenty-year high school reunion, she wonders if maybe she’s given up too fast and decides to trust God’s inspiration.

Nobody promised the second time around would be easy, but when obstacle after obstacle obstructs every path for love, she wonders if trying was a mistake. She doubts her fate and fights it tooth and nail, but God pursues her relentlessly to deliver her destiny.

Does she finally let go and let Him lead? Find out!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Momi Robins-Makaila is a Native Hawaiian author and inspirational speaker, born and raised in Hawaii. Her first set of books (a memoir) was titled, Candy Canes and Coke, followed by Rescued by a God I Didn’t Know, which was a candid account of overcoming abuse and dysfunction. She earned a Master's degree in special education from Gonzaga University in Washington. She also earned a Master’s degree in Christian leadership from Grand Canyon University in Arizona. She taught public school in Arizona for two years and now lives at home again in Hawaii, where she uses her knowledge and experience as a special education and autism teacher to support new special education teachers in her hometown of Wai’anae.
For more information, please visit: www.momirobins.com

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Food Network and HGTV Stars Partner Together To Bring Flawless Cuisine Food Truck to San Diego

The Flawless Cuisine Food Truck launch will take place on September 26th at North Park at Dia Del Café, 2873 Adams Avenue, San Diego, CA, between 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM.

The Flawless Cuisine Food Truck launch will take place on September 26th at North Park at Dia Del Café, 2873 Adams Avenue, San Diego, CA, between 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM.

Chef Lawless just recently released her first Autobiography/Cookbook called Flawless Cuisine: Inspiring The World One Plate at a Time, sharing stories and recipes for all to enjoy.

Chef Lawless just recently released her first Autobiography/Cookbook called Flawless Cuisine: Inspiring The World One Plate at a Time, sharing stories and recipes for all to enjoy.

As a TV personality, Chef Lawless has appeared on shows such as Masterchef, Travel Channel's Best in Food and Food Network's Supermarket Stakeout where she won the grand prize of Supermarket Stakeout champion.

As a TV personality, Chef Lawless has appeared on shows such as Masterchef, Travel Channel’s Best in Food and Food Network’s Supermarket Stakeout where she won the grand prize of Supermarket Stakeout champion.

Chef Lawless's journey as a caterer and author enabled her to create a unique global cooking style.

Chef Lawless’s journey as a caterer and author enabled her to create a unique global cooking style.

Chef Lawless is highly sought after by executives of the business and real estate world for her one-of-a-kind, vibrant skills, and personality. Her diverse palette for taste has captivated the essence of cuisine and flavors, which truly tantalize the taste buds. 

Chef Lawless is highly sought after by executives of the business and real estate world for her one-of-a-kind, vibrant skills, and personality. Her diverse palette for taste has captivated the essence of cuisine and flavors, which truly tantalize the taste buds. 

The launch will take place on September 26th where San Diegans can taste items from a gourmet tapas menu of foods from all across the globe.

I am beyond excited to share my food with the world! We know San Diego people recognize good food, which is why we chose this city to launch our first Flawless Cuisine Food Truck.”

— Chef Lauren Lawless

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, September 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Food Network Star Chef Lauren Lawless and HGTV "Flip or Flop" star Steve Cederquist are pleased to announce their partnership for a Flawless Cuisine Food Truck in San Diego. The launch will take place on September 26th at North Park at Dia Del Café, 2873 Adams Avenue, San Diego, CA, between 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM. San Diegans can come and taste items from a gourmet tapas menu of foods worldwide.  

What: Food Network/HGTV "Flawless Cuisine Food Truck" Launch; Where: North Park Dia Del Cafe, 2873 Adams Ave, San Diego; When: Saturday, September 26, 2020, from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM (PST)

In a field of fierce competition, it pays to not only have an exceptional food truck design but one that delivers with a menu of extraordinary tastes. With Lawless and Cederquist collaborating, they have created the ultimate blueprint for the food truck industry, allowing folks to indulge in exceptional new cuisine in a unique, beautifully designed space.

Menu items include a range of gourmet bites such as the sizzling Korean Chicken Wings to Gorgonzola Fig Jam Sliders and even Shrimp Corn Dogs with a Chipotle Aioli – a spin on almost every ethnic cuisine possible. Flawless Cuisine's Food Truck will also offer many favorite dishes such as Chicken and Waffles, Tostadas, Fried Rice, and some vegetarian options and even dessert for those who have a sweet tooth.

"I am beyond excited to share my food with the world," says Chef Lawless. "We know San Diego people recognize good food, which is why we chose this city to launch our first Flawless Cuisine Food Truck."

As a TV personality, Chef Lawless has appeared on shows such as Masterchef, Travel Channel's Best in Food and Food Network's Supermarket Stakeout where she won the grand prize of Supermarket Stakeout champion. She has appeared on multiple news and radio stations, as well as been published in many newspapers and magazines. She will also be appearing on Hell’s Kitchen on FOX airing January 2021.

Chef Lawless just recently released her first Autobiography/Cookbook called Flawless Cuisine: Inspiring The World One Plate at a Time, sharing stories and recipes for all to enjoy. Chef Lawless's journey as a caterer and author enabled her to create a unique global cooking style. She is highly sought after by executives of the business and real estate world for her one-of-a-kind, vibrant skills, and personality. Her diverse palette for taste has captivated the essence of cuisine and flavors, which truly tantalize the taste buds. 

Cederquist first rose to fame on the hit HGTV show Flip or Flop and has established his flourishing company Steve Cederquist Designs. His approach to design and remodeling is refreshing and straightforward, connecting with his clients on a personal level. He's worked on many celebrities' homes over the years, including such notables as Jerry Bruckheimer, Nicolas Cage, Tarek El Moussa, and Christina Anstead, as well as the set departments for Paramount Pictures and Stephen J. Cannell Productions.

In June of 2020, Steve Cederquist launched his new book Get Out Alive: Surviving and Thriving After Drugs, Guns, Gangs, Dysfunction, and Crazy. It details how he created a successful renovation and design company, becoming a season regular on HGTV’s show Flip or Flop, and award-nominated philanthropist. Cederquist wrote his inspirational and true-to-life story to help others by sharing details of his past, the point he knew his destructive behavior needed to change, and the steps he took to thrive in business and life. The book has been endorsed by several world-famous inspirational leaders such as Greg S. Reid, David Meltzer, and many more.

For more information about Flawless Cuisine's Food Truck, follow their food truck at the website https://www.flawlesscuisine.com/food-truck, on Instagram @chef_lawless, Facebook @llawless3, and Twitter @Chef_lawless.  

A percentage of the event's proceeds will be donated to the Freedom Haven nonprofit and the I Am Enough Movement to raise money for domestic abuse survivors. 

For media inquiries, interviews, and appearance requests, please contact Kelly Bennett of Bennett Unlimited PR (949) 463-6383 or kelly@bpunlimited.com.

About Flawless Cuisine's Food Truck 

Flawless Cuisine's food truck is a local San Diego area food truck that brings food enthusiasts street food with a gourmet twist, mixing fresh, high-quality ingredients with unique flavors. The menu was created to bring premium meals without compromising taste and value. The food truck will travel six days a week throughout the San Diego area, providing food to consumers all over San Diego County offering catering and private events as well. For more information, visit https://www.flawlesscuisine.com/food-truck.

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