Skinner

Skinner, located in Boston and Marlborough, was founded over four decades ago and offers more than 60 auctions every year. Skinner reaches an international audience, attracts top consignments and commands record-breaking prices in the international auction marketplace. With renowned expertise and extraordinary service, Skinner is the place for people looking to buy and sell fine objects of value. Skinner showcase the unique, rare, and beautiful in dozens of categories, including the fine and decorative arts, jewelry, modern design, musical instruments, science and technology, wine, and many others.

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Like a rhinestone cowboy...and The Ramones?
Where can you find Country music superstar suits, guitars owned by The Ramones and a whole bunch of banjos?
Artist spotlight: Grandma Moses
Anna Mary Robertson Moses, aka Grandma Moses (1860 – 1961), was a renowned American folk artist. Moses was described by the New York Times in her obituary in 1961 as ''a tiny, lively woman with mischievous gray eyes and a quick wit, she could be sharp-tongued with a sycophant and stern with an errant grandchild.''
Photographer David Lachapelle New York apartment up for sale
Surrealist photographer David Lachapelle is selling his New York apartment.

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German Silver and Ivory Toddy Ladle
German Silver and Ivory Toddy Ladle, late 18th century, with oval bowl, the center of stem engraved with a ribbon, with long, turned ivory handle, lg. approx. 16 in., approx. 3 troy oz. Skinner
Minton Parian Figure of Miranda
Minton Parian Figure of Miranda, England, c.1857, modeled by John Bell, the female figure seated on a rocky base, shell and waves at her feet, impressed Minton ciphers, artist and title, ht. 15 1/4 in. Skinner
Stella 25 3/4-inch Console Grand Disc Musical Box
Stella 25 3/4-inch Console Grand Disc Musical Box, No. 5077, with double-combs, speed-regulator, plaque with patent dates to Feb. 1897 and bedplate with cast lyre-form grille, in American oak case with ivorine retailer's plaque of Jacot Music Box Co., 39 Union Sq., New York, semi-serpentine lid, ormolu side handles, fluted corner columns with acanthus leaf capitals flanking central carved panel of shells, swags and ribbons in relief, above double doors to disc storage shelves, ht. 38 x wd. 39 in., with fourteen discs. Skinner
Shirvan Rug
Shirvan Rug, East Caucasus, last quarter 19th century, (even wear, re-overcast), 5 ft. 9 in. x 3 ft. 9 in.\n\nThe absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Skinner
Still Life with Bananas and Plantains
Abbie Luella Zuill (American, 1856-1921)\n\nStill Life with Bananas and Plantains\nSigned "E. Zuill" l.r., signed and dated "E. Zuill 1893" on the reverse.\nOil on canvas, 20 x 28 in. (50.8 x 71.1 cm), framed.\nCondition: Patch reinforcements, retouch, minor surface grime.\n\nProvenance: Private collection, Fall River, Massachusetts; Skinner Inc., American and European Paintings and Prints, November 19, 2004, Sale 2260, Lot 306.\n\nN.B. Abbie Zuill, née Allen, was a woman painter of the Fall River School, studying under Robert Spear Dunning. Zuill was known to have signed works for family and friends to include her nickname "Ella," while professionally, she signed her works "A.L. Zuill" (1).\n\n(1) http://www.cahoonmuseum.org/19th-century-artwork.php\n\nThe absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Skinner

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Boston
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: 617-350-5400
Fax: 617-350-5429
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Marlborough
274 Ceder Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Phone: 508-970-3000
Fax: 508-9073100
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