Auction Watch: Sales Ring In The New Year In Grand Style | Triblive

Posted by James Palmer on 10:31 AM, 08-Jan-15

FqNF1Ug.jpg Jan. 1. Details: 814-539-7653 BHD Auctions Owner Brian Detch will light up the Internet on Jan. 1 with BHD Auctions' first online sale of 2015. Open for bidding through Jan. 8, the sale brings the wonders of the Far East with a collection of Orientalia that features vases, figurines, snuff boxes, bottles, prints transferware plates, furniture and fans in more than several dozen lots. Among the items with European origins is a painting that shows villagers playing hockey on a frozen body of water. The painting, by the way, was sold by the Wunderly Gallery of Pittsburgh. Also displaying an Old World flavor are porcelains from Lladro and Royal Doulton and a German-made violin.

Auction Watch: Sales Ring In The New Year In Grand Style | Triblive

Posted by James Palmer on 07:42 AM, 01-Jan-15

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Demand For Branded Experiences Opens New Era For Sf Agency - Yahoo Finance

Posted by James Palmer on 02:22 PM, 17-Nov-14

ThumbnailSo we've invested in new staff and expertise to seize this opportunity." Kenwood's rebrand is indeed substantial. The agency has built a highly capable executive team and brought in new talent across a range of disciplines. Brand strategist Nico van Praag is now Chief Strategy Officer. Nico's resume includes notable branding work at agencies such as Sterling Brands, Venables Bell,... [Read More]

Scottish Independence Is Bad Economics For Three Reasons

Posted by James Palmer on 02:33 AM, 16-Sep-14

ThumbnailThe Scottish government has also indicated that it would attempt to increase both productivity growth post-independence and also grow GDP per capita at 3% per annum. Part of the justification for a currency union is in terms of having similar levels of productivity and GDP per capita; if the Scottish government changes these, it would make Scotland inconsistent with the... [Read More]