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Best hairspray for men Da’Hair Spray from Da’Dude has gained an average 4.4 rating on Amazon UK after 550 reviews.

I'm writing this review as after years of monkeying around with different hair products, I think I have found the right one for me”

— Amazon customer Gee S

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, February 28, 2021 / — Da’Hair Spray has reached a significant milestone with over 550 customer reviews on Amazon UK. The Da’Dude product has garnered a significant rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. Most customers are delighted with the hair spray and continue to make Da'Dude a popular brand for men.

Da’Hair Spray keeps men’s hair in place all day due to its firm hold. Hairstyles can stand up to wind and even rain. Yet the spray doesn’t give a stiff or unnatural look. The hair isn’t limp either. It’s just perfectly styled all day. Da’Hair Spray provides a matte finish and leaves no residues on the hair.

This hair spray for men has a mild, zesty smell. It’s easy to remove at the end of the day with a brush or a wash. It offers great value for money. A few short sprays provide long-lasting results. The spray comes in a large 400ML bottle, this large size, gives more value to customers by lasting longer than cheaper brands.

Da’Hair Spray in the UK can be purchased on this link

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Path of Kami Prologue Trailer and Steam Page Go Live

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Captilight releases first ever teaser trailer of Path of Kami Prologue along with Steam Page

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 / — Captilight Games is excited to announce that they will be releasing the Path of Kami Prologue teaser trailer today along with the steam page.

The Founder and Creative Director Deana Galbraith shares, “It’s been quite the journey, we have waited two years to officially share Path of Kami and what we’ve been working on. We can’t wait to hear everyone’s thoughts. We’ll also be sharing more details soon on the release of our demo next month.”

Path of Kami Prologue is a relaxing puzzle adventure that follows the spirit of recently-deceased Japanese wolf Kazeyo as he navigates the trials of the Mortal World in the form of puzzles. Path of Kami contains elements of both traditional Japanese folktales (Momotaro, Issun-Boushi), as well as a more personal journey for the main character.

Player’s must explore various areas and solve puzzles to navigate through the map, find collectibles and collect spirit keys. Players will enjoy a beautiful snowy, painterly environment while lighting lanterns and learning about the Spirit World. You’ll also enjoy beautiful music and sound effects that are awe-inspiring and relaxing.

Captilight launched its crowdfunding campaign this month and plans to launch its demo in March.

Stay connected and join the pack on Discord, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.


About Captilight Games
Captilight is an independent game studio based out of Orlando, FL with team members around the world. Captilight is dedicated to creating story-driven games that inspire and also offer game art and marketing services. By developing creative, thought-provoking and emotionally driven narratives in our games, we aim to captivate a broader audience of like-minded players who can gain a new perspective, support each other and aspire to live a passion-filled life.

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What’s the Real Cost of Damaged Laptops and Other Tech?

In a Tech-Driven World, Protecting Valuable Gear is Paramount

What’s the Real Cost of Damaged Laptops and Other Tech?

In a Tech-Driven World, Protecting Valuable Gear is Paramount

We can’t guarantee 100% safety. No one can. But a protective case, messenger bag, or backpack from Mobile Edge is the next best thing for our customers.”

— Paul June, VP of Marketing

ANAHEIM, CA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 / — Even with the COVID-19 Pandemic limiting travel and mobility, laptop and netbook damage and data loss from drops, bumps, and liquid or food spills remain a top reason for tech failures. With so much riding on our devices and the data they contain, protecting our laptops, netbooks, tablets, gaming consoles, and other tech remains a critical requirement of daily living.

That’s why busy professionals, students, and gamers rely on protective cases such as Mobile Edge’s Graphite Premium Backpack to organize and safeguard their valuable tech from everyday wear and tear. Whether you’re at home, at school, or on the road, the Graphite Premium Backpack keeps sensitive gear stored inside secure while providing a place to gather and organize delicate cords and accessories reliably.

“Each year, loss from damage to laptops, accessories, and other devices ranges in the hundreds of millions of dollars,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge, the Anaheim, California-based manufacturer of protective laptop and gaming console cases, backpacks, and accessories. “Add in the value of lost data to students, businesses, or even gamers, and the cost of not being adequately protected is immeasurable.”

With its durable ballistic nylon exterior, heavy-duty Duraflex™ fittings, roomy laptop storage, a dedicated iPad/tablet pocket, padded pockets for digital media & accessories, an internal media pocket for a media player with headphone pass-through port, a removable smartphone pocket, and a lifetime warranty and 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, Mobile Edge’s Graphite Premium Backpack stands apart from other bags on the market.

Leading computer manufacturers such as Alienware also rely on Mobile Edge to design and build custom, protective cases for their products. Presentation 2018

“We can’t guarantee 100% safety. No one can,” says June. “But a protective case, messenger bag, or backpack from Mobile Edge is the next best thing for our customers, offering them greater peace of mind that their valuable tech and data are well-protected.”
About Mobile Edge

Founded in 2002, Anaheim-based Mobile Edge produces award-winning durable and protective laptop cases, messenger bags, backpacks, totes, and more for business professionals, road warriors, students, and gamers. Mobile Edge is known for its innovative and stylish designs, superior-quality, lifetime warranty, and commitment to customer satisfaction. Many leading computer manufacturers rely on Mobile Edge to design and build custom cases for their products.
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Co-Sleeping Tips for Better Sleep for Your Newborn Baby

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babybay offers tips to help you and your baby get a good nights sleep.

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 / — Caring for a newborn baby can be a handful. If you’re a first-time mom or dad, then you might need all the help you can get. We understand that at babybay. That’s why we created these easy tips below for new parents to get their baby into a deeper sleep.

The more you can get your baby to sleep, the better rested the parents will be, and that makes for happy families all around. Here are a few of the tips that we recommend to get your baby to sleep well:

* Establish a routine for better sleep: Try to establish a regular sleep routine for your baby. This may include a pre-sleep time bath, soft music, a darkened room, all the things that would encourage deep sleep. If you’re working remotely from home, you might be able to get this done on a daily basis. Getting your baby into a routine of healthy sleep habits from birth is often found to be the foundation of better sleep habits later on.

* Let technology help your baby sleep better: You may want to invest in new technology to help your baby (and you) sleep better. There are now smart baby monitors on the market that provide you with both video and audio access to see and hear your baby sleeping. These tools can be ideal for the remote working parent. Watch your baby through a small monitor and listen to your baby’s breathing patterns.

* Give your baby time to self-soothe: Babies will often briefly wake up, make a noise or cry out inadvertently. If you’re nearby, try to resist the urge to run over the bassinet to pick up the baby. More medical practitioners recommend you give your baby a chance to self-soothe.

* Invest in a comfortable baby bed with a mattress protector: Getting the right bed can make a world of difference for a newborn. Simply putting your baby on a nearby couch while you work won’t cut it. But investing in a portable baby bassinet that you can move as needed around your living space can be a lifesaver. And don’t forget to invest in a mattress protector, as that helps to keep the bed free from any kinds of soiling accidents. Throughout the month of March, babybay customers can get a free mattress protector when you purchase up a Tranquility mattress pad. But hurry, as quantities are limited.

A babybay baby sleeping bed makes for happy babies and rested parents. Our unique curved bed design allows you to have your baby close to you, letting you draw your baby close for comfort touching, bonding, and breastfeeding, without getting out of bed.

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Our babybay baby beds are easy to use. The babybay newborn baby bed simply clips to the parent’s bed. It’s fully adjustable, which means you can adjust the height to fit snugly against your bed. And you can just as easily detach it and use it as a standalone bassinet.

Try the babybay bassinet for bed for your newborn and you’ll find that both the baby and the parents sleep comfortably and cozily. Nothing pleases new parents more than a sweet softly sleeping baby in the baby bedside sleeper. More than half a million satisfied babybay® parents already are sleeping better – and you and your baby will too!

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Shelley Shayner Releases The Dreylyng Prophecy, the First Book of the Ogalon Series

Shelley Shayner, Writer and Award Winning Illustrator

Shelley Shayner, Writer and Award Winning Illustrator

Author, and Award-Winning Illustrator, Shelley Shayner, Wins Over Readers with Her First Children’s Fantasy Novel

If you like to escape reality and immerse yourself in another world, you will love this book. I can’t wait for the next one!”

— Regina, Customer Review

BLACKWOOD, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 / — Every now and then a book or series of books are released that will eventually define an entire generation, influencing the very framework of literary culture for young readers. Shelley Shayner, author, and award-winning illustrator, has recently released The Dreylyng Prophecy, a children’s fantasy novel, and the first book of the Ogalon Series.

Each turn of the page takes the reader on an immersive experience into far-off adventures and daring quests to triumph over fear and darkness. Haley had always known that she was no ordinary girl, but her suspicions are confirmed when an armored dragonfly visits her with a curious warning of events to come. Sorceress Nergalla had taken her family, and it is up to Haley to travel to Ogalon and fulfill an ancient prophecy to free her loved ones from the dreaded curse of Nergalla.

Readers run through a roller coaster of emotions and anticipation as Haley seeks to free her family from the curse of Nergalla, triumphing over her fears and anxieties along the way. The 325 page novel designed for middle school-aged children is jam-packed with magic, adventure, excitement, life lessons, and vivid imagery of fantasy lands. Shelley Shayner’s style of writing truly paints a masterful picture to leave each and every reader feeling swept away into the world of Ogalon.

The first book of the upcoming Ogalon series, The Dreylyng Prophecy sets the tone for a children’s series that will stand the test of time, and captivate readers for generations to come. Through proof of concept, dedication to her craft, and unwavering commitment to inspiring creativity and imagination; Shelley Shayner’s purpose-driven vision has come to fruition with the release of The Dreylyng Prophecy and the entire Ogalon series.

To learn more about The Dreylyng Prophecy and Shelley Shayner, please visit:

About Shelley Shayner

Shelley Shayner is an author and illustrator based in Southern New Jersey. Upon earning her B.A. in Illustration from Rowan University, Shelley won various awards for her artwork. She uses her talent for visual imagery to create a unique and innovative approach to storytelling. The Dreylyng Prophecy is her first published novel. She also has a short story published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Dreams and Premonitions, and another in, Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. She is an active member of the South Jersey Writer’s Group and resides with her rescue cat, Jasper.


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Pax Romana’s March 7 auction explores Chinese decorative art for interiors, from Qing Empire through 20th century

Pair of large Chinese porcelain vases decorated with elaborate scenes and calligraphy. Each 600mm high x 250mm wide. Estimate: £600-£900

Chinese gilded bronze Buddha (or Bodhisattva) holding a sword up to his head, 370mm high x 300mm wide. Estimate: £1,000-£2,000

Pair of large, finely modeled Chinese iron-red porcelain ‘foo dog dragons,’ 450mm high x 600mm wide. Used in feng shui as powerful symbols of protection. Estimate for the pair: £600-£900

Collection of three Chinese celadon porcelain vessels, including two bowls with ribbed decoration and a distinctive, long-neck vase. Pale blue color. Estimate: £300-£500

Elaborately carved Chinese white jade figure of seated Buddha in meditation, 260mm high x 205mm wide. Estimate: £2,000-£3,000

Featured: Beautiful porcelains, white jade figure of Buddha, Sino-Tibetan bronze Guan Yin, bronze seated Buddha holding sword aloft, iron-red foo dog dragons

Chinese decorative art is a classic. Whether the theme of a room or entire residence is Art Deco, traditional or very modern, there’s a piece of Chinese art to complement its look and feel.”

— Dr. Ivan Bonchev, Director, Pax Romana

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, February 25, 2021 / — Internationally acclaimed for its auctions of connoisseur-level antiquities, ancient jewelry and weaponry, Pax Romana will add a new string to its bow on March 7 with the debut of Asian Interiors: Chinese Decorative Arts. The 243-lot sale of hand-picked, fully vetted Chinese porcelain and art focuses on exquisite decorative treasures that add color and sophistication to the home, with a timeline that starts with the Qing Dynasty and concludes in the 20th century. All items are being offered with no reserve and will be sold to the highest bidder at or above the starting price. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

“Since the 17th century, Chinese vases, censers and accent pieces have been favored as decorative elements in fine European and American homes,” said Pax Romana’s director Dr. Ivan Bonchev (PhD, University of Oxford). “That tradition is still very much alive today. Whether the theme of a room or entire residence is Art Deco, traditional or very modern, there’s a piece of Chinese art to complement its look and feel. While making the final selections for our March 7 auction, we made every effort to choose striking artworks that would suit any decorating taste. Chinese art is truly a design classic.”

Chinese vases are admired for their graceful symmetry and hand-painted detail work. Several exceptional examples are entered in the auction, and like many items from other categories, they come from estate collections in the United Kingdom or Continental Europe, or in some cases were acquired decades ago at upscale antique fairs.

A pair of large Chinese porcelain vases decorated with elaborate scenes and calligraphy, each measuring 600mm high by 250mm wide, are offered with a lot estimate of £600-£900. Another appealing entry is a Chinese porcelain vase decorated with dragons and an imaginative red, green and white botanical motif. The 355mm high by 165mm wide vase carries an affordable estimate of £200-£300.

Executed in a gorgeous pale blue shade, a collection of three Chinese celadon porcelain vessels includes two bowls with a deeply ribbed decoration and a distinctive, long-neck bottle vase. The trio is ready to impress on auction day with a group estimate of £300-£500.

Who needs a home security system when a pair of large, finely modeled Chinese iron-red porcelain “foo dog dragons” are on duty? The delightful duo offered as Lot 249 characterize the intimidating, lion-like mythical creatures also known as “komainu” or “shishi” and represent prosperity, success and guardianship. They are typically used in feng shui as the ultimate sign of protection. Sized 450mm high by 600mm wide, the fearsome pair will cross the auction block with expectations of reaching £600-£900.

An elaborately carved white jade figure of Buddha in meditation measures 260mm high by 205mm wide and is presented on a contrasting carved wooden stand. This exceptional statuette a highly coveted shade of pale white jade is expected to realize £2,000-£3,000.

A very different depiction of the Buddha (or Bodhisattva) is seen in Lot 187. The gilt-bronze figurine depicts the seated spiritual leader with a sword held up to his head. Its size is 370mm high by 300mm wide, and its catalogue estimate is £1,000-£2,000.

One of the most highly prized pieces in the sale is a Sino-Tibetan bronze figure of a Guan Yin – the Chinese female interpretation of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. She is seated in rajalilasana and wears heavy robes, jewelry and a pierced crown that features a diminutive figure of Buddha, specifically Jina Amithaba, the spiritual father of Guan Yin. Also incorporated into the bronze artwork is a snow lion with a finely engraved mane and tail. Measuring 450mm high by 270mm wide, the figure weighs 11kg (24lbs 4 oz) and is estimated at £2,000-£3,000.

Ranging from bronze statuettes to delicately painted vases and intricate stone carvings, the selection of art available in Pax Romana’s March 7 auction elegantly reflects the core genres of Chinese art that have been admired for centuries across the world. The auction will start at 8 a.m. US Eastern time/1 p.m. GMT (UK time). White-glove in-house packing and worldwide shipping are handled exclusively by Pax Romana staff. View the fully illustrated catalogue and sign up to bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers. Questions: Call Pax Romana, London, on +44 7424 994167 or email Online

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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Life and Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2021 / — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small businesses. Everyone knows that small business is working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small businesses, not sending businesses out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

Small Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function are to advocate on behalf of suffering small businesses due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for Small Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to become more than a cause. It has now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small businesses support and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small businesses. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from its recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to Small Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to the government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

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Nye & Company's online Estate Treasures auction, March 10th-11th, offers options from prominent estates and collections

Cast bronze and lead glass lotus table lamp, after Tiffany Studios.

Sliced cast bronze figure and glass Venus de Milo, titled “Naissance”, Fernandez Arman for Daum Freres, 2002.

Oil on canvas painting titled Sunset on the Thames by James Webb (English, 1825-1895).

Federal inlaid mahogany tall case clock, American, 19th century.

Oil on canvas street scene by Oscar Yakovlevich Rabine (Russian Federation, 1928-2018), signed upper right “OSCAR RABINE 2002”.

The Wednesday-Thursday auction begins at 10 am Eastern both days. Nye & Company strives to deliver fine art and culture in a safe and socially distanced manner.

The Rumson collection features a nice selection of 18th and 19th century English furniture, plus examples of canine-inspired works of art, such as dogs in human dress and others in various pursuits.”

— John Nye

BLOOMFIELD, NJ, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 / — Nye & Company Auctioneers’ two-day, online Estate Treasures auction, featuring property from the estate of Bernard and Josephine Chaus, a Rumson, New Jersey private collection, a private Mill Neck, Long Island collection and a New Jersey and California collection, will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 10th and 11thth at 10 am Eastern time.

The private Rumson collection features a nice selection of late 18th and 19th century English furniture, as well as multiple examples of canine-inspired works of art, such as dogs in human dress and others in various pursuits. There is also a fine group of chic upholstered furniture that is often down-filled and in excellent condition – perfect for anyone looking to upgrade and brighten up their home. Accessories abound in the terms of shaving mirrors, small desks, and table and floor lamps. For those who prefer more contemporary works, the collection contains Karl Springer low tables and an after Diego Giacometti “Tete de Femme” floor lamp.

Dovetailing nicely with the Rumson collection is property from the Chaus estate. Bernard and Josephine Chaus were the founders of Bernard Chaus, Inc., which was one of the leading fashion producers of women’s sportswear and dresses. Their refined and fashionable eyes can be seen in the objects they collected, such as a pair of modern and stylish Karl Springer low tables and a monumental mahogany extension dining table. The top looks like a sea of wonderfully figured mahogany and it will be the perfect place to gather around in a post-COVID world.

Nye & Company continues to offer another round of fabulous objets d’art from a Short Hills, New Jersey and San Francisco, California collector. The collection is both varied and disparate and features an oil on canvas painting of a somber streetscape by Oscar Rabine, an abstract metal and glass wall-mounted floor sculpture by Pamina Traylor and two abstract glass and bronze works by Alex Gabriel Bernstein. The Birth of Venus, by Daum and Arman, titled “Naissance” is another mixed media sculpture worthy of interest and spirited bidding. Another featured piece from this collection is a Louis XV style bronze and rock crystal chandelier. Monumental in size and draped in large rock crystal drops, it would fit perfectly in an opulent home or castle.

The sale also features a nice selection of traditional early American furniture and decorative arts. There is a superb eagle inlaid clock with an elaborate white painted dial with American shields in the spandrels. Standing over eight feet tall, the clock is symbolic of America’s prosperity and strong devotion to patriotism of our young nation. There is also a nice bow-front chest of drawers from Rhode Island or eastern Connecticut. The piece is nicely proportioned and raised on strong, tall feet. If your preference is Folk Art, there is a nice still life theorem on velvet that would be a welcome addition to any collection. There are also needlework and mourning pictures as well.

As spring approaches, the sale also features a terrific selection of outdoor garden statuary and cast-iron seating furniture from a private Mill Neck, Long Island collection. There are pairs of regal recumbent lions and tigers which are the perfect ornamentation to flank a driveway or garden path. There are also two beautifully sculpted classical figures of ladies which are refined and wonderfully proportioned. These would be the perfect addition to any formal garden setting.

Session I on Wednesday will offer real time online and absentee bidding, which will be available on,, and the Nye & Company website: Telephone bidding will also be available on a limited basis.

Session II on Thursday will be an online-only auction hosted by For the fashion-conscious, this session will feature fur coats, a large assortment of ladies’ shoes and handbags by coveted designers such as Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Mendel and Manolo Blahnik. Additionally, Thursday will offer a Discovery type sale with more moderately priced objects, including a broad and diverse selection of whimsical lighting, furniture, beach chairs, bookcases and more.

People can bid in absentia and online. An online preview is being held February 24th through March 10th, at,, and Anyone looking for additional images, condition reports or info about an object is invited to visit the Nye & Company website or email to

John Nye had a long and fruitful career at Sotheby’s before he and his wife, Kathleen, acquired Dawson’s in 2003 and started Dawson & Nye. With the move to Bloomfield seven years later, they renamed the business to Nye & Company (Auctioneers, Appraisers, Antiques). The firm is nationwide, but the vast bulk of the business comes from trusts and estates in the tri-state area.

For more information about Nye & Company Auctioneers and the Estate Treasures online only auction on Wednesday and Thursday, March 10th and 11th, visit The full color catalog can be viewed in its entirety right now, at,, and

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Akiba Antiques Will Offer Spring Fine Arts Auction in March

Damien Hirst (British, b.1965) Original Spin Painting

Damien Hirst (British, b.1965) Original Spin Painting

Robert Brackman (American, 1898-1980)  Harvest Time

Robert Brackman (American, 1898-1980) Harvest Time

Large Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Charger

Large Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Charger

(2 Pc) A Pair of Carved Chinese Wooden Chairs

(2 Pc) A Pair of Carved Chinese Wooden Chairs

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Akiba Antiques Will Offer Spring Fine Arts Auction in March

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 / — Akiba Antiques will welcome spring with a fine arts auction on March 2nd, 2021. Collectors can find over 650 lots from the auction catalog, such as paintings, decorative art, Asian art, and silver things. Live bidding will begin at 12:00 PM EST on LiveAuctioneers.

This fine arts auction includes several notable works from American and British artists. An original spin painting by Damien Hirst is among the key lots (USD 5,000 – $10,000).
Hirst started making his now-signature spin paintings while living in Berlin in the mid-1990s. For Hirst, a sense of movement defines each spin painting. The available piece features a strong white streak on top of black, yellow, and moss green.

Other available lots in this fine arts auction include a painting titled Harvest Time by American figural artist Robert Brackman is also on offer ($1,000 – $10,000). Brackman arranged three figures in the scene, demonstrating his skill with composition and light.

Items from Japan and China are also available in the fine arts auction. A Japanese Satsuma charger is particularly notable ($1,000 – $5,000).
It was made in southern Japan around the late 19th or early 20th century. Original Satsuma pottery features a gold base with elaborate enamel decoration. A samurai warrior is visible at the center of the available charger. In the background, wise men and scholars look on while holding scrolls. Those interested in Asian art will also find a pair of carved wooden Chinese chairs ($200 – $2,000)

A Japanese sterling silver and amber flask ($200 – $2,000), and various precious stone carvings. A palace-sized Chinese jade, precious stone, and cloisonné planter will be on offer as well ($5,000 – $15,000).

Art Deco items have a strong presence in this sale. The catalog includes a pair of French glass and bronze sconces shaped like dancers ($1,000 – $8,000), a geometric Art Deco wall mirror ($200 – $1,000), and several vintage glass bottles for perfume and flowers.

Akiba Antiques’ spring fine arts auction will offer several other key items:

* Antique Royal Vienna porcelain plates ($200 – $2,000 each)

* Lithograph of The Studio by Alberto Giacometti ($200 – $2,000)

* Wedgwood black basalt service set with candlestick holders ($100 – $1,000)

* Georg Jensen silver pieces (assorted)

* Tiffany & Co. sterling serving spoons ($100 – $1,000 each)

Akiba Antiques was founded in the 1980s in Paris, France by Charles and Franceska Akiba. Their joint collecting and selling experience was in French furniture and European fine art. The couple eventually moved to the United States and settled in Dania Beach, Florida, where the auction house continues to host regular sales both live and online.

This upcoming Akiba Antiques fine arts auction will begin at 12:00 PM EST on March 2nd, 2021. Visit LiveAuctioneers for the complete catalog and to place a bid.

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Everard’s March auction series features fine & decorative art from Savannah estates, noted New Orleans antiques dealer

KPM plaque depicting Cupid sharpening an arrow, 10¾ x 9½in. Back impressed with KPM mark. ‘Raphael mengs Dresden Galene, Amour’ written in pencil on verso. Angelo Cassimus collection. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

17th-century Spanish walnut vargueno on chest with elaborate gilt-metal and velvet mounts and fall front on upper portion. Provenance includes Estate of Dr. Woody Cobbs and Mrs. Honor Cobbs, Atlanta. Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

Utagawa Yoshitsuya (Japanese, 1822-1866), ‘Minamoto Yorimitsu Breaks the Magic Spell,’ circa 1858. Size: 13½ x 28 7/8in overall (sight). Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), ‘Femme’ (A.R. 296), Madoura pottery pitcher, 12in tall. Conceived in 1955 and executed in an edition of 100. Marked and signed ‘Picasso’ on bottom. Estimate: $7,000-$10,000

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (German, 1884-1976), still life, pastel and India ink on wove paper, 15 1/8 x 20¼ in (sight). Gifted by the artist to Ambassador M.J. Hillenbrand in 1972, thence by descent to David M. Hillenbrand. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000

Highlights include 400 lots of art including Cezanne and Renoir; Asian art, Satsuma, Picasso pottery, Grand Tour bronzes, glass, silver, clocks & watches

The timeline in this auction series runs from the 17th through mid-20th centuries and includes property from the Estate of David Hillenbrand, who served as CEO of the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh.”

— Amanda Everard, Owner of Everard Auctions

SAVANNAH, GA., UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 / — Five times a year, Everard Auctions presents an outstanding selection of fully vetted paintings and objets d’art in live-online sales that have become great favorites with collectors. For their first major event of 2021, Everard takes pleasure in announcing a bonus offering to take place over two consecutive weeks. The first of the two auctions, with absentee and Internet live bidding in progress through March 3, features property from retired New Orleans antiques dealer Angelo “Andy” Cassimus. The second auction, which closes over March 9 and 10, showcases fine and decorative art from several distinguished collections and Southern estates. In both sales, bidders may participate absentee or live online through Everard Live (, LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable.

All of the items included in the elegant March 3 selection were personally acquired by Angelo Cassimus, who was known for his discerning taste and penchant for traditional luxury. Cassimus co-owned and operated Cass-Garr Antiques, a celebrity favorite on Chartres Street in New Orleans’ French Quarter, until its closure in 2006. “Mr. Cassimus’ main antique interests and the categories he collected included European porcelain plaques and miniatures, Grand Tour bronzes, cloisonne, and Asian pottery and porcelain,” said Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions and Appraisals. “He took particular delight in the delicately detailed craftsmanship of smaller pieces of art, including miniature Satsuma wares.”

Two stunningly hand-painted and gilded miniature Satsuma vases – the taller of the two measuring 5-1/8 inches tall – are jointly estimated at $250-$400. Other highlights from the Cassimus collection include a pair of 19th-century portrait miniatures depicting a refined lady and a gentleman in military attire, $500-$700; and a beautiful KPM plaque painted with a captivating image of Cupid looking upward as he sharpens an arrow, $1,500-$2,500. A breathtaking signed sculpture of Oedipe (Oedipus) by Pierre Eugene Emile Hebert (French, 1828-1893) is one of many European bronzes in the sale. It stands 21¼ inches tall and is stamped Medaille D’or 1867. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500.

The March 9-10 multiple-consignor sessions are replete with art, furniture and decorative accessories of classic style and high quality. The timeline is a broad one, spanning the 17th through mid-20th centuries, and includes property from the Estate of David Hillenbrand (1947-2019), who was CEO of the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh. Hillenbrand was also CEO of Bayer AG’s Canada operations. During his time in Canada, he started collecting Inuit art, which is included in the estate consignment. Earlier in his life, Hillenbrand lived in Germany, where his father, Martin Hillenbrand, served as an ambassador from 1972-1976. His father developed a friendship with the German Expressionist artist Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976), one of the founding members of the German Expressionist “Die Brucke” school. Hillenbrand Sr was given an ink-and-pastel still life by the artist which is entered in the sale together with supportive ephemera and archival photographs. The lot estimate is $10,000-$15,000.

Another featured estate is that of a Savannah business leader who collected classical art as well as the works of revered Savannah-area artists. That estate was the source of two highly desirable lithographs: one by Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919), titled L’Enfant Au Biscuit and estimated at $4,000-$6,000; and Paul Cezanne’s (French, 1839-1906) Large Bathers, the first state of three from the edition of around 100, estimated at $5,000-$7,000.

The same estate’s holdings included four artworks by Myrtle Jones (Georgia, 1931-2005), an artist who became well known for her streetscapes and paintings of architectural landmarks in Savannah. One of the works by Jones to be auctioned on March 9 is an oil-on-Masonite rendering of Old City Market, a popular venue for local vendors that was demolished in the early 1950s. Measuring 19½ by 23½ inches (sight), it is expected to reach $8,000-$12,000.

The earliest painting in the sale is a dramatic Old Master seascape by Bonaventura Peeters I (Flemish, 1614-1652). The 44 by 24¼-inch oil-on-panel depicts several galleons rolling in turbulent waters beneath a foreboding sky. Presented in a gilt frame, it is estimated at $10,000-$15,000.

A superbly crafted 17th-century Spanish walnut vargueno on chest has a fall front with elaborate gilt-metal and velvet mounts on its upper portion. It opens to an interior fitted with an elaborately carved and bone-inset arrangement of drawers and doors. Its line of provenance includes the Estate of Dr. Woody Cobbs and Mrs. Honor Cobbs, Atlanta; and subsequent sale in 1958 at the Boston auction company Louis Joseph Inc. Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

There are always more buyers looking for Picasso pottery than there are pieces available in the marketplace. Everard’s March 9-10 selection includes a wonderfully painted 12-inch-tall Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Madoura pottery pitcher titled Femme (A.R. 296). The design was conceived by Picasso in 1955 and executed in an edition of 100. It is stamped Madoura Plein Feu and ‘D’Apres Picasso, and signed Picasso on its bottom. Estimate: $7,000-$10,000

A quintessential symbol of gracious living in the early 19th century, an Anthony Rasch (active Philadelphia 1804-1820 and New Orleans 1820-1858) coin-silver teapot has an animal-form spout, floral motifs and a wood handle. The well-balanced design was created circa 1817-1819 and is stamped A. Rasch & Co., and Philadelphia. It will cross the auction block with a $1,200-$1,800 estimate.

Everard’s live-online fine and decorative arts auction series will be conducted over two consecutive weeks. Property from retired New Orleans antiques dealer Angelo Cassimus will be offered in an auction that closes on March 3. The second sale, featuring fine and decorative art from several select consignors and estates, will close over two days: March 9 and 10. Gallery preview dates: Feb. 24-26 by appointment only, or on other dates, also by special request only, with masks and social distancing required. Bid via Everard Live, LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable. For additional information on any item in the auction, call 912-231-1376 or email Everard Auctions & Appraisals is located at 2436 Waters Ave., Savannah, GA 31404. Visit the company’s website at

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Source: EIN Presswire