The Curator’s Eye Presents an Ethnographic Jewelry Auction (November 30th)
Boston, Massachusetts – November 1, 2016 – The Curator’s Eye (TCE) has announced their next virtual live auction which will be held on November 30th. This will be The Curator’s Eye’s third virtual auction, presenting an impressive catalog of jewelry from Ancient and Ethnographic history. This auction is a continuation of TCE’s move into virtual art auctions, where they are creating a new model in a tradition-bound industry. In this new model, TCE provides dealers with the ability to reach a worldwide audience, previously only available through larger auction houses. Dealers have become the seller and are in direct contact with buyers. Buyers can bid with confidence, as this auction is being sponsored by dealers with very high standards for integrity and art.
With no buyer’s premium (0%) and low starting bids and low reserves, this is an excellent opportunity for buyers to obtain exceptional pieces of jewelry, as well as take home a piece of history.
On November 30th, the auction will feature a fine selection of jewelry, including Pre-Columbian necklaces and Ethnographic beadwork from the Naga people of South East Asia.
Register to bid now at The Curators Eye
Many Items are offered at No Reserve. Selected highlights include:
This piece was made by the Nagas and used by them in their actual ceremonies and not made for tourists.
Rare textile limited to Konyak ang’s (chief’s) wife. With extensive beadwork along length of textile on top and bottom.
The piece is 36 inches wide and 72 inches long, and is in excellent condition for its use and age which is the early to mid 19th century.
Ring the bell and feel the quality of gold.
Modern design makes this ancient treasure accessible.
Colombia 800 – 1500 AD
The Curator’s Eye
offers specialized, targeted marketing, and digital auction services that empower
private dealers to compete in a global market. To view exceptional items for the
distinguished private collector, available from the top dealers across the
globe, visit www.curatorseye.com