June 10, 2013
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Leland Little Auction June 14 & 15
Break-ups and make-ups, good times and bad; the one thing you can bank on is dear old Dad. Thank him for being your shoulder to cry on, the guy who set your curfew, and your own personal ATM. This Father's Day create a space that is simple but classic just for dad. It will become his new in-home retreat.
Friday and Saturday, June 14 & 15 The Summer Catalogue Auction at Leland Little Auction and Estate Sales, Ltd. you'll find some inspiring mid century modern pieces just waiting to fill your newly modernistic room designed for Dad.
Four Bertoia Barstools - Designed by Harry Bertoia in 1952 for Knoll. Stools are in excellent condition and made of chrome plated steel with brown leather cushions. If you're part of the 'cult following' of Bertoia chairs, then you don't want to miss these.
Harry Bertoia (1915 - 1978) was known for his designed chairs made by Knoll in the post-war period. He displayed a unique stroke of genius with his patented Diamond Chair for Knoll in 1952. Bertoia was an inventor of form and of furniture design with his introduction of a new material: he turned industrial wire rods into a design icon. His awards include the craftsmanship medal from the American Institute of Architects, as well as AIA's Gold Medal.
Mid-Century Lucite Chaise Lounge - This circa 1960 chaise is quite an unusual combination of Eames meets Kagan and provides quite a comfortable statement. Clear furniture is perfect for when you want a sense of visual lightness in your space - and when don't you want that?
By the 1960s Lucite was often found in furniture. Vladimir Kagan, Charles Hollis Jones and Gaetano Sciolari are just some of the designers who are well-known for their work in Lucite with its durable and chic look.
Like so many other things, Lucite could have been totally ruined by the '80s, Vegas, and the famous stripper shoes. But thankfully today Lucite has made a big comeback in interiors of varied styles.
Charles and Ray Eames, Seven DAX Chairs - Molded plastic, zinc coated metal and naugahyde in bright red, each with Herman Miller, Zeeland Michigan label, manufactures date 1971.
Charles and Ray Eames, Seven Easy Chairs - Including one DAX chair and six swivel chairs in black molded plastic, black naugahyde and zinc coated metal, each with Herman Miller label, circa 1970.
The DAX armchair was designed in 1948. It belongs to a group of shell chairs and armchairs with a variety of bases which Charles and Ray Eames entered for an international competition for "Low-Cost Furniture Design". In cooperation with the Herman Miller Furniture Company, the first series of 2,000 armchair shells was manufactured.
Plycraft Lounge Chair and Ottoman - In teak, black naugahyde and chrome plated metal, swivel armchair with ottoman. If good design is a balance of aesthetics and utility, the craft peaked in the years between 1945 and 1970. This era of modernism hit the design sweet spot: functional beauty. This chair is a tribute to the mid-century modern movement as both a historical milestone and a living ideal, reflected in today's best furniture, architecture, and design.
George Nakashima, Cherry Sideboard - (Japanese-American, 1905-1990), pegged and dovetailed construction, two sliding slatted pandus cloth doors open to reveal a three drawer and adjustable shelf compartment to the right and two adjustable shelves. George Nakashima furniture making received many awards from the AIA and other prestigious institutions during his lifetime. This sideboard is no exception to his beautiful craftsmanship.
Now throw that old Lazy-Boy out to the curb and start your bidding on some modern furniture that will make any room pop, and make Pop a happy man!
Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd - 620 Cornerstone Court, Hillsborough, NC 27278
Phone: 919-644-1243, Email, Click here for complete online catalog.
Sale Dates & Times of Auction
20th Century Arts & Design Auction (Lots 1-191), Friday, June 14, 6:00pm
Fine & Decorative Arts Auction (Lots 192-938), Saturday, June 15, 9:00am
Sale Previews, Friday, June 14, 10:00am - 6:00pm
Wine & Hors d'oeuvres Receptions: Thursday, June 13, 5:00pm and Friday, June 14, 5:00pm
To Bee or Not to Bee
Chicken Fried - Zac Brown Band at Walnut Creek, June 21
How Do You Like Your Chicken Fried? When the Zac Brown Band played the Lincoln Theatre in May, 2009, relatively few people had heard of them. Now 55 Award Nominations later (including last year's Grammy Award for best country album), they're just getting warmed up. Driven by jaw-dropping flat-picking skills, great songwriting, harmony, and a dynamic live show, Zac Brown's audiences have become fanatical and will get their next local chance to see the show on Friday, June 21 at the Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek. ZBB's toe tappin' single, "Chicken Fried", went from a barroom anthem to a bone-a-fide country hit and was followed by 8 more number one singles on the Billboard country charts. Clearly, there is more to the Zac Brown Band than your typical horse poop and gunpowder country act. By far.
Breaking All The Rules: Most successful performers and bands get type-cast and stereotyped. Not so with the Zac Brown Band as they play a multitude of music styles including southern rock, country, reggae, and folk. Close your eyes and you would swear you are listening to the Marshall Tucker Band, Bob Marley, the Band, and Jimmy Buffet at different spots in the show. Their bearded, beanie clad leader is adamant about focusing on the vocals and harmony first; then fitting in the music accompaniment. That is why beautiful ballads like "Colder Weather" and "Goodbye in Her Eyes" fit in seamlessly along with "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "Toes". All band members are extremely talented and are showcased during the live show. This show is Not to be missed.
Zac Brown Band: Friday, June 21 7:00pm, Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek; Tickets; Alternative Tickets - Allgoodseats
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CT Weekends Sale - 30% OFF ALL Michael Stars Tees
Sale starts Monday, June 10th. Come early for the best selection. All Sales are Final. Not Subject to Prior Sale. No Holds, or Layaways. Exclusively at C.T. Weekends
in Cameron Village, 437 Daniels Street, Raleigh, 27605. Phone (919) 787-9073. Website
Go Fish Art Camp in Minnesott Beach, NC - August 8, 9, 10, 11, For Students ages 8-12. Spend 4 days on the Neuse River drawing and painting seascapes, learning about and practicing fishing & crabbing. Each student will take home a painting that they have painted, matted, framed and ready to hang as well as enjoy the pleasures that young fishermen seek on the waterfront.
Terry McManus will be the Art instructor and chief cook (she has taught art for over 30 years). Her brother Joe McManus will teach the children to crab and fish off the 70' dock. They will learn how to spot a flounder in shallow water and to look for sharks teeth along the sandy shoreline.
Contact Terry McManus at 919-280-9059, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Performance Edge Summer Showcase - Saturday, June 22, 2013 - 7:30 PM., Fletcher Opera Theatre at the Duke Energy Center. Featuring 40 of the Triangle's most talented high school and college students.
Tickets - Reserved Seats:$25, Students/Seniors:$20, General Admission:$15, Students/Seniors:$10. Click Here to Order Tickets. Thank you Certain Things in Cameron Village a proud sponsor of Performance Edge. Website.
Two Lots for Sale
Rare & Valuable Opportunity to Build your West Raleigh Dream Home! Two Cleared, Level,.3 acre lots ready to build on now, or `wait n hold` w/no time restrictions. Bring your own builder or build w/ JH Carter, Raleigh`s reputable custom builder. VIBRANT AREA- Retail, restaurants, Crabtree, Rex Hosp, Art Museum, PNC Arena, I-40, Hwy 70 etc..- All 5 min away! Call LA for more details.
$180,000 MLS #:1880853 Vacant Lot Approximate .30 acres. 3603 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27612. Website Link.
$180,000 MLS #:1880869 Vacant Lot Approximate .35 acres. 3607 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27612 Website Link.
For Lease $3,600 MLS #: 1847515 Bedrooms: 3, Full Baths: 3, Half Baths: 1, Approx Sq Ft: 4222,
4123 Gardenlake Drive, Raleigh, NC 27612.
Impeccably Maintained; possibly the nicest Cottage Home in neighborhood. Utmost quality finishings. A MUST SEE HOME! Comfortable yet invites grand entertaining, private & serene view from rear porches. Office/Study being used as 4th BR. Large Rec/Media Rm. Highest Custom Details throughout. Gorgeous! Contact: Jill Rekuc phone: 919-389-0555, email: email@example.com Olde Raleigh Real Estate, LLC Website
Journey's End Cottage for Rent
Need a place to unwind and escape your day-to-day routines? Journey's End Cottage on the Neuse River is calling your name! It's well maintained and well stocked with everything you'd want for a home away from home. The Neuse River provides a panoramic setting for watching dolphins and stunning sunsets.
It's conveniently located between Camps Seagull and Seafarer, and only 10 minutes away from Oriental, NC. Beaufort, Morehead City, and the world-renowned beaches of the Crystal Coast are just a short ferry ride away.
This comfy cottage features a knotty-pine interior with three bedrooms, 1full bath, a large open living space, a fully-stocked kitchen, a custom built outside shower, and a new 70' concrete dock. A sleeping porch with expansive river views and continuous breezes will be the perfect beginning to your Journey's End.
Journey's End Cottage comfortably accommodates eight, and rents from Saturday to Saturday. Long-term renting available. Click Here for photos, more detail and availability. Or Contact Terry at 919-280-9059. Email. Website.
Core Results - Personal Training is teaching people from all over the Raleigh, Cary andTriangle area how to meet their fitness goals. From kettlebells to TRX, everything is top of the line and brand new at the private Core Results studio. Call and make your first appointment for a Complimentary Session!
Core Results: 1330 St. Mary's Street, Suite A00, Raleigh, 27605, Phone: (919) 946-1737, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Website.
Kenna Custom Painting is available to tackle your residential painting needs. With their great crews that perform very professional jobs on residential homes, you won't believe how quiet and unobtrusive they are. So if you have that "itch" to freshen up your home, interior or exterior before springtime, contact them now. Call 919-855-0082 or Email: email@example.com. Website.
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Call Zaytoun Interiors if you're finally ready to decorate or re-decorate your home or office. What's your style? If you're not sure, we can help you tap into your inner self and find what makes you want to come home again. Website, Email, Phone: 305-793-8510.
Art Week at North Hills is June 1-8 and Carnival at the Commons Friday, June 8 where there will be live music, LED performances, and fire dancing. Also, if interested in photography, enter the Midtown Photography Competition. For more info visit Website.
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