Luxury items 

China’s personal luxury market grew 36% in 2021 – Robb Report

The coronavirus pandemic continues to rage but that hasn’t slowed down the Chinese luxury market at all. Last year, the country’s personal luxury market grew by 36%, according to a new report from Bain & Company (h/t Barrons). Thanks to this spending boom, China’s share of the global luxury market is now larger than it was before the pandemic began. The consultancy firm’s latest report estimates that Chinese consumers spent 471 million yuan (equivalent to $74.3 billion) on personal luxury items last year. Not only is this a marked increase…

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Front Range Art Guide January 21-27 – Boulder Daily Camera

Visitors are encouraged to call ahead before visiting area art galleries for holiday hours and COVID protocols. Block area 15th Street Gallery Featuring works by Boston artist Nancy Simonds and Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday to Saturday; 1708 15th St., Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana’s Art Gallery Art from local, African and Caribbean artists; 12pm-5pm Friday-Sunday; 958 Cherryvale Road, Boulder; 303-261-5936; anasartgallery.com Art and soul gallery Works by Colorado artist Mark Bueno are on display; 10am-5pm Monday to Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday; 1615…

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Chamber Chatter: Thank you for our best little contest yet | Community

Please excuse my quick interruption of Community Award nominee announcements for this Chamber Chatter on the Shop 2021 Little Contest. We officially closed the contest last week when we drew our grand prize winner. US Bank, our amazing local shopping program sponsor, pulled out a big check for $1,000 in dollars from the contest and helped us congratulate our lucky grand prize winner, Vicki Freehill. The full video of the drawing is available on our House Facebook page for anyone who wants to watch. This year, our community totally knocked…

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Napoleon’s lucky charm could fetch $250 million or more at auction

Mark February 4 on your calendar. That’s when Auction Company of America began accepting bids on Napoleon Bonaparte’s talisman, “an exceptional and exquisite artifact that once belonged to France’s first emperor. The rare talisman, a hallmark of French history, includes a crystal sphinx encrusted with 114 royal jewels, and a silver base that has been authenticated by top experts in the field,” according to the auction house. The auction house is bringing out the big guns to promote the “one-of-a-kind event”, including “world-renowned entertainer” Pat Boone and golf pros Jack…

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Rolex Yacht Master watch and other luxury items seized from Whistable man following road rage incident in Chatham Hill

A luxury watch and designer items were seized from a road rage suspect who had an outstanding court order against him. Police were first called to a collision between a tipper van and a car in Chatham Hill, Chatham at around 5.25pm ​​on Thursday January 13. Officers were on their way to a collision in Chatham Hill But as patrols were en route, the two occupants of the van allegedly behaved aggressively towards the driver of the car, before asking him to use a banking app to transfer £1,000. The…

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52nd Annual West Texas Rehab Telethon and Auction Coming Saturday

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – The West Texas Rehabilitation Center’s 52nd Annual Convention Telethon and Auction takes place this Saturday, January 22, and all proceeds will benefit patients at the center. The televised event will be broadcast live from the Abilene Convention Center starting with the auction shows starting at 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and the live event starting at 7:00 p.m. and continuing until midnight. In addition to the telethon, the live auction will feature more than 600 items up for sale, from sports memorabilia to paintings and quilts.…

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Firehouse Art Center nearly triples auction goal, proceeds to help Marshall Fire victims – Boulder Daily Camera

Since the Marshall and Middle Fork fires last month scorched Front Range communities, a number of organizations and citizens have stepped up to offer help, support and comfort. “Longspeak”, by Jon Fukuda, is one of the paintings that has previously sold at the Firehouse Art Center’s Marshall and Middle Fork Fires online art auction. (Jon Fukuda/courtesy photo) From restaurants serving free meals to those affected by the fires as part of Restaurants Revive at the Future Arts Foundation performing a wide range of instruments, the number of creative ways people…

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The Biggest Vintage Motorcycle Auction Returns to Las Vegas This Month | News

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The annual Mecum Motorcycle Auction returns to Las Vegas this month. The 2022 Mecum Las Vegas Antique & Vintage Motorcycle Auction will be held January 25-29 at the South Point Hotel & Casino. About 1,750 collectible motorcycles will be auctioned, according to the company. “This year’s auction will feature the Harley-Davidson Heritage Collection of 95 vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles, all of which will be offered with no reserve prices. The collection includes beautifully restored models from every year of the Harley-Davidson’s history. Milwaukee Motorcycle Company from 1910…

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Ford and ADT Form Joint Venture to Manufacture Vehicle Safety Products | Michigan News

DETROIT (AP) — Ford and security firm ADT have formed a joint venture that will help companies protect the expensive vehicles and equipment they carry from theft. The company’s first product called Canopy is a system that uses cameras, radar, global positioning and artificial intelligence to spot a potential thief and notify ADT, which will monitor feeds and notify the customer or authorities if necessary. . The system will be offered as an accessory on Ford and other top-selling vehicles from next year. The company plans to integrate it into…

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Auction items 

Online auctions aren’t the best for perishable, unusable items – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

The Nigerian Auctioneers Association (NAA) has urged the Federal Government, Ministries, Agencies and individuals to be careful of online auctions/internet auctions which do not benefit either sellers or buyers. The association’s national president, Alhaji Aliyu Mohammed Kiliya, in a statement made available to Blueprint on Monday, said that “online auctioning or internet auctioning of unusable and perishable items amounts to delay and loss of revenue.This cannot benefit potential sellers or buyers. Specifically, he said online auctions are for special items such as new vehicles, plants and machinery and not for…

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