2024 Spring Sale For Wig Lovers From Klaiyi Hair Store

Xuchang, Henan, China – WEBWIRE

Before you know it, a quarter of the way through 2024 has passed and spring is creeping up on you. If you want life to have a touch of change, we will introduce Klaiyi Hair, a wig company that prepares spring surprises for its customers, in addition to large discounts and free gifts from 4.12 to 18th.

17% off Sitewide, Code: SPRlNG17
$35 off Over $189,Code: SPRlNG35

Spring is a great season for the temperature is perfect, and for the convenience of traveling you need this wig, Klaiyi Hair, this company has several sizes, 13×4, 7×5,6×4.75. and has made an installation upgrade that will allow you to put it on and go in less than 30 seconds.

And why is that? Because it comes with tape on both sides of the wig, so you can just peel it off and apply it.

Previously, only purchases of 13x4s came with this wig tape, but to satisfy more consumers, its now being given away with purchases of 7x5s as well. If you want to experience this product, why dont you buy it now and with discounts.

At Klaiyi, they strive to create the best quality, most comfortable wigs at the best prices for you. Giving all ladies the opportunity and ability to change themselves. In order to achieve this brand philosophy, Klaiyi is constantly upgrading and optimizing their wigs, from the regular wigs they started with, to the glueless wigs, and now to the pre-everything wigs.

This company will be giving away four gifts for the month of April to their dear fans – two Dior lipsticks and two bottles of Krastase hair oil. In addition, Every week, their official Ins account will inform everyone about the benefits of the upgraded wigs and what can be done to make them more natural and comfortable to wear in daily life.

Follow the steps below to enter for your chance to win this fantastic prize:
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Giveaway closes at midnight on April 25, 2024 and winners will be announced on April 11, 15, 19, and 25 and we will contact you via DM.

Lovers of the Old World- The Collection of Prominent Los Angeles Couple Presented at Bonhams

Il Sogno will include almost 300 lots offered from Howard and Yvette Mimieux Ruby’s iconic Italian villa in Bel-Air

Los Angeles – WEBWIRE

Il Sogno

The Collection of Howard and Yvette Mimieux Ruby

21 Sep 2022

Los Angeles  

The single owner sale from the European-inspired home of real estate mogul Howard Ruby and Hollywood star Yvette Mimieux, will be presented at Bonhams Los Angeles in just under 300 lots on September 21. Living the Italian dream in Bel-Air, their home, named Il Sogno, is a true homage to their love of the old world, which housed an incredible collection from a wide spectrum of disciplines including 16th century Italian maiolica, 17th century French bronzes, Old Master paintings, 18th century European furniture, silver, and other rare objects.

One of the ’great’ true estates in Bel-Air, the property dates to the 1920s and took on its grandiose transformation when the couple bought it in 1979 and integrated their collection amassed over their decades traveling in Europe and Asia. With help from celebrity decorator Kalef Alaton, the 12,000 square foot home became a European retreat in the heart of Los Angeles – from fresco-painted walls to beamed ceilings and arched windows.

Highlights in the sale include:

• A Roman Grand Tour Marble Model of a Panther, carved in yellow mottled grey, from the second half of 18th Century, in the manner of Antonio Moglia or Francesco Antonio Franzoni. Estimate: $80,000-120,000.

• A set of twelve George II red and gilt-japanned dining chairs in the manner of Giles Grendey (c. 1740), each decorated with Chinoiserie scenes of figures in a landscape, surrounded by flora and fauna, with caned backs and seats. Closely resembling ’The Infantado Suite’ by Grendey (British, 1693-1780) for Spain’s Lazcano Castle commissioned by the Dukes of Infantado, the Lazcano furniture is represented in major museums, such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Temple Newsam House, Leeds, and the National Gallery of Victoria in Australia. Estimate: $40,000 – 60,000.

• A Neoclassicism painting of a woman seated with an open book, attributed to Jean Charles Nicaise Perrin in 1792 – a time when this style of painting was popular across Europe. Estimate: $20,000-30,000.

• French Rococo set of four canvases, arched at the top depicting figures in bucolic settings that is attributed to a follower François Boucher (French, 1703-1770). Estimate: $20,000-30,000.

• From 1535, a Deruta Maiolica ’Bel Uomo’ gold-lustered charger, with a painted portrait of a youth wearing a laurel crown and toga beside a scrolling banner inscribed. Estimate: $40,000-60,000.

• A French Patinated Bronze Figural Group (c. 1700) depicting the Greek myth when Pluto abducts Proserpine. The sculpture is attributed to after Francois Giarardon and similar pieces can be found in The Wallace collection in London, the Louvre, and the Getty Museum in Malibu. Estimate: $15,000-20,000.

• A 17th Century Italian Pietra Dura (hardstone) Tabletop shows the natural beauty of stones and is adorned with motifs derived from ancient Roman mosaics. Estimate: $40,000-60,000.

• Four Victorian Silver Figural Salt Cellars (1855) by Robert Garrard II (b. London, 1855-1858) depicting two ladies and two gentleman holding baskets with gilt-washed interiors, one woman holding a rose and a man holding grapes. Estimate: $4,000-6,000.

• Still life painting of fruits in classic style of the circle of Flemish painter Jacob van Hulsdonck. Estimate: $30,000-50,000.