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WHITE'S ANTIQUE AUCTIONS - Mid-Century Modern Sells in Middleboro Kathryn Black and John White, owners of White’s Auctions in Middleboro, Massachusetts, stand behind the George Nakashima slab coffee table. Seems either no one is talking about louis daguerre at this moment on GOOGLE-PLUS or the GOOGLE-PLUS service is congested. One of the reasons was the George Nakashima (1905-1990) American black walnut slab coffee table that was found in a local storage unit. According to Kathryn Black, one of the principals in the firm, the Nakashima table, a chair, and an ottoman had been made for the clients whose name was on the bottom of the table.
A rare and delicate frosted glass ram's head car hood ornament by Rene Lalique, with a signature in relief and dated to 1928, sold for $5290.The same local estate that produced the Paul Evans ottomans produced sculptures and paintings by Wei Leitany (John Way) (b. Desert Plant, dated 1966, 17?" x 23?", went to a left bid at $1840.The same local estate produced a Bertoia-like kinetic metal spray sculpture, which the catalog noted was made by Don Conard.


An aluminum spray on a square base, it measured 26" tall and sold at a fair $575.The George Nakashima footstool in walnut found in a local storage unit sold to the phone for $2185.
The rare Nakashima armchair in walnut, dating from around 1959, sold for $2645.A German paratrooper helmet drew lots of attention. Among the mid-century offerings was a stylish Howard Miller grandfather clock, 64" tall, in chrome and mahogany that seemed like a good deal at just $575.A few fine early American items surfaced. A Shaker worktable in maple or cherry with a one-board top drew much attention before the sale and sold quickly to a buyer at the auction for $3220.
An interesting lot of Civil War material that included a Civil War flag, a brass bugle, a Maine discharge, and a Massachusetts Civil War discharge, went to a phone bidder at $1955.This was a very interesting auction with lots of variety.
Black started collecting in the fifth grade when she rescued an antique desk from her friend's trash.


Included were a flag (shown), a brass bugle, a Maine discharge, and a Massachusetts discharge. The flag was framed, and interest on the floor and phones pushed the price to $1955.Originally published in the November 2010 issue of Maine Antique Digest. Black started collecting in the fifth grade when she rescued an antique desk from her friend's trash.



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