Sothebys Holdings Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Treasury Department Street Tough Roughs Up NYC Real Estate Brokers On Gang-Ridden Central Park WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 6 | Dealbreaker

    By day, Antonio Weiss, formerly head of investment banking at Lazard, works as an advisor to the Secretary Treasury . By later on in the day, according to a new lawsuit, he allegedly strong-arms Manhattan real estate brokers through a gang network he's a boss of called The Weissguys.


  2. Master forger makes rare appearance to help TV investigation into art fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 6 |

    BOLTON's master forger Shaun Greenhalgh made a rare public appearance as part of a national television programme about art fraud. Greenhalgh was jailed for more than four years in 2007 for a huge catalogue of forgeries, including the Amarna Princess sculpture, which was sold to Bolton Council for more than A 400,000 in 2003.


  3. Craig Jones Returns to Premier Sotheby's International Realty as Broker AssociateRead the original story

    Monday Jul 6 | PRWeb

    A Naples resident since 2002, Craig Jones' career in real estate spans 13 years; during that time she consistently ranked among Naples top 20 realtors, closing more than $150 million in transactions in this market. Judy Green, President and CEO of Premier Sotheby's International Realty, Southwest Florida's leading luxury brokerage and a leading brokerage within the Sotheby's International Realty worldwide, announced that Craig Jones has returned to the firm as a broker associate in Naples.


  4. Kiwi sues London art dealer for $16mRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 5 | The New Zealand Herald

    An Auckland interior designer and fine art collector is suing a London dealer for $16million after he allegedly sold her paintings to a number of New York dealers and failed to hand over the proceeds. Timothy Sammons, 59, set up his own fine art agency after being head of auctioneer Sotheby's Chinese art department.


  5. Rubbing salt out of a wound, a storied artifact goes on saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 5 | The Times of Israel

    Detail from a salt cellar dating back to 1560, which will be auctioned on July 8, 2015, after it was returned to the heirs of a Jewish couple who owned it before it was looted by the Nazis. A rare 16th-century treasure recently returned by a British museum to the Jewish family who once owned it will be auctioned this week with an estimate of half-a-million pounds sterling .


  6. Mysterious bad tire keeps Rehoboth Realtor out of harm's way on 9/11Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2015 | Cape Gazette

    Rehoboth's Teresa "TC" Cason was scheduled to work in her office at the World Trade Center Sept. 11, 2001, the day of the worst terrorist attacks in American history.


  7. Real-Life Indiana Jones Vs. ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 |

    It could be the plot of an adventure movie: Archaeologists race against time to save cultural treasures from marauding barbarians. Only it's real.


  8. Summer Deal: Eurostar Train From London To Paris Or Brussels For A 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 |

    Born in Seoul, partly educated in Buenos Aires, and with postgraduate degrees at the Courtauld Institute of Art and Sotheby's in London, I lived in Washington D.C. for 7 years before moving back to London with my family. As an avid traveller with my two young children, I founded, an insider's guide to travel and style, with a group of European contributors who have lived in multiple continents and countries.


  9. Ker-Qing! How sky-high prices for Chinese porcelain hurt museumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    British Museum creator reflects on the enduring appeal of porcelain from China, and the difficulty of adding to its collections with auction buyers paying so much for rare items Wander around the Chinese porcelain section of any museum and you'll most likely only notice the aesthetics of the pieces, from the familiar blue and white pattern of a curvaceous Ming vase to the intricate images etched on a delicate Qing dynasty bowl. Not Jessica Harrison-Hall.


  10. The Delamar Court Penthouse -- A Greenwich WOW HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2015 |

    This 5,000-square foot, 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath residence exemplifies chic, upscale opulence at its finest with soaring ceilings, wall-to-wall windows, designer fixtures, beautiful millwork and the latest in technology, according to the Sotheby's International listing. It is currently owned by George Pavarini, co-founder of Pavarini Construction Co., developer of such New York landmarks as the Seagram Tower, the United Nations, and the State Theater at Lincoln Center, and in Connecticut, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich Academy and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center.


  11. Andy Warhol painting of US$1 bill set to be turned into US$26 million at London auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    Contemporary art prices are unquestionably going through the roof, with a string of auction records for living artists in the past year. A painting of a US$1 bill can be bought in London next week.


  12. 5 Most Expensive Golf Clubs on the MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2015 | Insider Monkey

    Today we dive into the world of golf as we take a look at the most expensive golf clubs on the market . The golf has come a long way since it was first played on Scotland highlands.


  13. Mega-rare copy of first Bible printed in Britain expected to fetch tens of thousands at auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2015 |

    The William Tyndale translation of the New Testament into English was first bought in Cambridge by its current owner for the princely sum of 25 shillings in the 1960s An extremely rare copy of the first Bible ever to be printed in English is expected to raise up to A 35,000 when it goes under the hammer. The edition was bought by its anonymous current owner in Cambridge during the 1960s for the princely sum of 25 shillings.


  14. Unique Picasso ceramics fire up buyers at Sotheby's London: Auction 100% soldRead the original story

    Jun 26, 2015 | Art Daily

    Pablo Picasso, Vase positif negatif, painted and partially glazed ceramic, large jug with cut out vase, 1954. Estimate: 180,000 - 250,000.


  15. From Pollock to Rothko, How to Spot a FakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Barron's

    Need to check out whether that Picasso on your wall is a fake? James Martin, founder of Williamstown, Mass.-based Orion Analytical , is one of the FBI's go-to specialists for sniffing out forgery in the art market. In 2011, Martin discovered that the $17 million Jackson Pollock purchased by London-based hedge fund manager Pierre Lagrange was in fact a fake.


  16. How Toronto became the world's hottest luxury home marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Prices are rising faster than anywhere else, and Toronto luxury homes are selling faster than in New York, Paris or London A cottage on Lake Joseph in Muskoka. International luxury real estate buyers are flocking to the area, with one property recently listing at $20 million.


  17. Looking AheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | World Magazine

    Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, is set to be christened at the St. Mary Magdalene Church at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will conduct the baptism.


  18. Rare UK Bible might fetch $70,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 |

    A RARE copy of the first Bible to be printed in English - bought by the current owner for 25 shillings - is going under the hammer in the UK. THE William Tyndale translation of the New Testament into English is expected to fetch about STG35,000 at Sotheby's next month.


  19. Looted Artworks Steal the ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Wall Street Journal

    Works looted by the Nazis and recently restituted to Jewish heirs stole the show at this week's closely followed sales of impressionist and modern art in London.


  20. U.S. museums increasingly evading restitution of Nazi-looted art: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | The London Free Press

    A security guard stands near "Zwei Reiter am Strand mach links " by Max Liebermann at Sotheby's in London, Britain June 19, 2015. The painting was successfully restituted to it's original owner after being seized by the Nazi's in the 1930's, but in the U.S. museums are evading similar restitution.