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Emily Morrow Home Launches Home Decor Shopping Site

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Profits from Emily Morrow Home purchases help breast cancer patients and their families

DALTON, Ga., Jan. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Emily Morrow Home, best known as a leading purveyor of American hardwood flooring, expands its range to all matters home-décor related with the January launch of an online shopping site, A portion of the profits will aid families stricken with breast cancer.

The Emily Morrow Home new online shopping website,, offers beautiful hardwood flooring, upholstery and lighting. Profits from Emily Morrow Home purchases help breast cancer patients and their families.
The Emily Morrow Home new online shopping website,, offers beautiful hardwood flooring, upholstery and lighting. Profits from Emily Morrow Home purchases help breast cancer patients and their families.
Emily Morrow Home shows the Beach Confidential floor with the Aria Parkton sectional to create a warm and inviting family room.
Emily Morrow Home shows the Beach Confidential floor with the Aria Parkton sectional to create a warm and inviting family room.
Twelve curated flooring styles are available from the easy-to-navigate electronic home-decor store. Each represents the same quality and aesthetic always associated with the company’s trusted flooring. The site also offers American-made upholstered furniture and accent pillows from Aria along with lighting from Currey & Company, all selected and edited by Emily Morrow Home CEO and founder, Emily Morrow Finkell.

The website speaks to four design lifestyles that Finkell, an interior designer, tastemaker and world traveler, has identified as national trends. The names of each lifestyle collection are self-explanatory: Refined Traditions, Coastal Luxe, Raw Beauty, and Rugged Industrial. The common thread among the flooring and home décor products, which reflect Finkell’s global perspective and style spotter expertise, is that they facilitate more beautiful lives and homes. The website caters to the trade and to consumers working directly with a designer or professional flooring installer with the intent of simplifying and streamlining the design, order and installation process.

There’s one humanitarian caveat to shopping the new e-site: a portion of the profits from the décor collections are donated to the Kiker Morrow Finkell Foundation for Cancer Care, the non-profit Finkell established as a breast-cancer survivor. Last October marked her 15th-year anniversary as being cancer-free. When she was diagnosed with the disease, she was a 35-year-old single mother of two. Now she wants to give back by helping other patients and their families who are diagnosed with breast cancer.

Finkell offers 30 years of experience as an interior designer and flooring expert. Her accolades include Floor Covering News honoring her as one of the “2011 Top 25 Women Propelling the Industry.” In 2008, Withit (Women in the Home Furnishing Industry) named her a finalist for its Legacy Award. She served as Shaw Industries’ Director of Color, Style and Design and quite often represents the flooring industry as an advocate speaking before Congress.

No surprise, Finkell believes the foundation of a design—no matter the function of the room—begins with its flooring. “The floor is your blank canvas and it determines every design decision you’ll make once it’s down,” she says. “The four-curated lifestyle furnishing collections we’ve launched augment our core business, which is American-made wood flooring.”

Her company’s premium, engineered hardwood flooring, made in Nashville, Tenn., is designed to be luxurious without the over-the-top price tag. Made using all-American hardwood construction for superior durability and stability, this wood is dent resistant and can be installed over most sub-floors, including direct glue-down and concrete slabs.

The flooring is engineered to be environmentally friendly. “At Emily Morrow Home, we believe in eliminating the traditional waste associated with solid wood floor production of slow growth species, while still finding a way to showcase their incredible beauty. To do this, we use a mixture of woods to create a much more advanced flooring option – the engineered floor,” explains Finkel. Unlike a solid wood floor, an engineered (multi-ply) floor consists of at least two types of different wood products adhered together. This means that the top layer can be a highly desired species of wood, like oak, while the bottom substrate layer can be a fast-growing tree species. “Manufacturing floors in this way allows us to more sustainably harvest trees and produce more high-quality floors with the same robust and luxurious feeling of solid wood flooring within the thickness of that top layer.”

Emily Morrow Home is a leader in the American hardwood flooring industry. Founded by Emily Morrow Finkell, they offer a to-the-trade resource of exclusively designed hardwood floors along with other home fashion accessories. Finkell is a member of the NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association); NWFA Verified from U.S. Renewing Forests; California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board; Allied Member, American Society of Interior Designers; CMG; and SCS Certified Indoor Advantage Gold. Her home flooring products are certified Made in Tennessee, and Made in USA. For more information, visit or Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+.

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Sizzix Expands its Collaboration with Leading Wedding and Celebrations Expert David Tutera for a Larger-Than-Life DIY Flower Décor Collection

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12 New Floral Designs Let Makers Customize Oversized Paper Flowers for Weddings, Parties and Home Décor


Sizzix®, the market leader and pioneer of creative die-cutting products for makers around the globe, is proud to announce its newest collaboration with wedding design expert David Tutera™.

“David is an incredible talent with years of experience as an event planner,” said Ellison CEO Kristin Highberg. “Our partnership means we can bring our customers the most beautiful design ideas to handcraft truly eventful and uniquely on-trend wedding and party décor.”

The Celebrations by David Tutera collection features 12 Framelits™ Die Sets that can be used to quickly and easily create large papercraft flowers, perfect for decorating wedding and party venues, homes or any other space. The dies utilize a new folding technique to create large petal shapes that are layered to create fantastic, eye-catching blooms up to 12″ in size.

Tutera, whose grandfather was a florist, has selected a variety of favorite flowers to choose from, including roses, daisies, peonies, dahlias and more. They can be used individually as artful accents, or arranged together to make eye-catching displays that are both personal and beautifully on-trend.

“Every day is a reason for a celebration,” said Tutera. “This line allows consumers of all skill levels to create their own beautiful decor.”

Also included in the collection is the dual-edged Crease & Curl™ Tool that can be used for scoring and curling paper petals into truly life-like recreations. It’s the papercrafter’s secret weapon for adding a realistic finishing touch to their flowers.

Celebrations by David Tutera is currently available in Michaels stores and online at, and will be available at local craft boutiques and other major craft retailers beginning in February 2018.

Framelits Dies are compatible with the BIGkick™, Big Shot™, Big Shot Plus, Big Shot Pro and Vagabond™ machines.

About Sizzix

Launched in 2001, Sizzix is a division of Ellison® Educational Equipment Inc., the market pioneer and leader of die-cutting machines and accessories. Through its portfolio of die-cutting machines and die-cutting products, Sizzix leverages Ellison’s 40 years of proven manufacturing and technology heritage to empower creativity among its customer base with new and innovative products. Sizzix is a recognized global brand that can be found in over 100 countries and in major and specialty retailers. For more information on Sizzix and its line of craft-inspiring products, please visit

About David Tutera

Leading wedding and entertaining expert, David Tutera, is the celebrated lifestyle personality, author and star of WEtv’s CELEBration. He brings his inspiring vision, imagination and innovation into every facet of his award-winning event planning business. Tutera has made a name for himself by taking his passion for designing spectacular events and transforming them into a lifestyle. Among his many accomplishments, he has been featured on Today, Extra!, Good Morning America, The View, CNN, The Rachael Ray Show, The Talk, The Steve Harvey Show and many more. In addition, People, USA Today, In Touch, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, In Style, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Bridal Guide and Town & Country have all featured his work. Tutera has also made special TV appearances on the popular daytime soap, The Young & the Restless and TV Land’s The Exes. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his husband, Joey, and their daughter Cielo. For more information please visit

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Berwick Offray Files Dumping and Subsidy Petitions Against Unfairly Priced Plastic Decorative Ribbon Imports from China, Reports Wiley Rein

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Berwick Offray LLC (Berwick Offray) formally filed a petition with the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission, asserting that imports of plastic decorative ribbon from China are being sold in the United States at “dumped prices.” The petition also asserts that Chinese producers are receiving government subsidies prohibited by U.S. and international law. Taken together, these unfair trade actions cause material injury to the U.S. plastic decorative ribbon industry.

Improper subsidies have enabled Chinese producers to export products into the United States at prices that are well below fair market value. The import data demonstrate that these tactics have enabled China to increase its volume of imports into the United States and to capture an ever-growing share of the U.S. ribbon market, taking sales directly from U.S. producers. The petitions filed today estimate dumping margins as high as 370%.

“The U.S. plastic decorative ribbon industry and its workers are suffering today as a result of dumped and subsidized imports from China,” said Daniel B. Pickard, counsel to Berwick Offray and a partner in the International Trade Practice at Wiley Rein LLP. “We urge the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission to investigate these unfair trade practices and apply the remedies specified by U.S. law.” In preparing this petition, Wiley Rein worked alongside International Economic Research LLC and Capital Trade Inc. consulting firms specializing in international economics and trade remedies.

Berwick Offray is headquartered in Berwick, Pennsylvania, and is a leading U.S. manufacturer of plastic decorative ribbon products, including seasonal and packaging ribbons and bows. Mr. Pickard stated that “the Administration must take steps to preserve the U.S. ribbon industry by combating the rising tide of unfairly traded imports from China.”

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Morphy Auctions’ February Automobilia and Petroliana Sale to Feature Fine Collections of Signage, Advertising, and Ephemera From Historical, Legacy, and Modern Brands

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This can’t miss auction takes the pole position with almost 700 lots of exciting, fresh to the market merchandise at a full spectrum of price points.


Morphy Auctions, the finest auction destination for fresh to the market collections, is excited to announce this highly anticipated sales event to be held on February 22, 2018. The auction begins promptly at 9am. All merchandise from this sale is on display in Morphy’s Pennsylvania auction gallery and available for preview now.

This sale hits the road with great examples of antique advertising from tire and car parts manufacturers. Lot #28, an early, double sided Vacuum Cup Tires porcelain keyhole sign is estimated at $6,000-9,000. This black, yellow, and white sign is decorated with a close-up image of the company’s treads and has very good color and gloss. Lot #317, a United Motors Service diecut porcelain arrow sign gets right to the point with its $5,000-8,000 estimate. This very hard to find black and orange example is decorated with an antique car and simply glows with excellent color and gloss throughout. And lot #255, a new old stock Racine Tires double sided tin flange sign is estimated at $2,500-3,500. It is in excellent condition with incredible color and gloss and is marked “Shonk Litho Company, Chicago.”

The selections of signage featuring oil brands in this sale truly strike black gold. Both tin and porcelain examples are on offer. Lot #218, a highly sought after blue, white, orange, and yellow Harbor Petroleum Products porcelain sign decorated with a seaplane is estimated at $20,000-40,000. This double sided die-cut version is much rarer than single sided examples which appear at auction far more often. Lot #167, a Red Crown and Polarine Summer or Winter double sided tin sign from 1913 is estimated at $18,000-25,000. This stunning example is decorated with period graphics including two early cars and two attractive women at the wheel and is maker marked “Passaic Metal Ware Co. Passaic, NJ.” According to our catalogers, “This is one of the nicest examples of this sign you will find.” Also certain to take flight is lot #29, a Sinclair Aircraft double sided porcelain sign, estimated at $7,5000-12,500. This round, red, white, and black example – one of the most sought after signs amongst gas and oil enthusiasts – shows excellent color and gloss throughout and includes an original metal ring.

And lot #123, a Husky Gasoline Service porcelain shield sign, is another dog-gone outstanding highlight in this category. Estimated at $10,000-15,000, this double sided example features a life-life and energetic dog leaping over a rising sun.

Now it’s time to get behind the wheel of fantastic signage highlights from automobile manufacturers. All are maker marked “Walker Sign Co.” and are certain to get collector’s engines revving. Lot #5, a round, double sided Oldsmobile Service porcelain sign is estimated at $6,000-10,000. This incredibly fine red, white, blue, and yellow example with a central crest decoration shows near perfect color and gloss throughout. Lot #219, a round Pontiac Authorized Service double sided porcelain sign is estimated at $6,000-9,000. This extremely rare red, white, and blue example is decorated with the profile of an Indian; both sides have incredible color and gloss throughout. And lot #31, round double sided Dependable Dodge Service porcelain sign is estimated at $3,000-4,500. This black, red, and white example is decorated with an arrow and shows excellent gloss and color throughout the field on both sides.

Early meters, air hoses, and other early service station memorabilia also feature prominently in this sale. It’s easy to get pumped up over lot #83, a red Eco Tireflator Air Meter Model 46, estimated at $7,000-10,000. This excellently restored example lights up when plugged in and has a water nozzle along its backside. It is marked “Service Station Equipment Co.

Conshohocken PA USA.” And lot #82, a beautifully restored Air Scale Model Junior with air hose is estimated at $5,000-8,000. All of its striping and “Air” letters are painted, not decals and its face and brass tags are in excellent condition. It is marked “The Air Scale Co. Toledo OH USA.”

This sale comes full circle with fine examples of neon signs, globes and lenses, as well as hybrid antique advertising. Lot #96, The Petroleum Products Co. Kansas Made Dog on Good Gasoline globe illustrated with an irresistible black Scotty dog is estimated at $12,000-20,000. According to our catalogers and other industry experts, this is possibly the only known true example of this globe in existence. It was found in a Bulk Plant in the 1970’s in Chanute, Kansas and held by one owner since then. Lot #6, a Ford Service porcelain neon arrow sign is estimated at $6,000-12,000. This single side example is housed on a nicely made can and makes an incredible display; its field and lettering are all in excellent condition with great color and gloss. And lot #54, a Coca-Cola Gas Today embossed tin sign with a chalkboard and bottle graphic, is truly the real thing. Estimated at $8,000-12,000, this single sided 1926 tin sign shows little to no wear whatsoever and is maker marked “W.F.R.” According to our catalogers, this amazing piece “is one of the finest examples of this sign we have ever seen.”

According to Dan Morphy, President of Morphy Auctions, “This fantastic sale offers enthusiasts an amazing array of car and gas memorabilia from the most sought after brands. We are again excited and honored to welcome customers from around the world to this sale, which is certain to live up to our solid reputation as leaders in these important categories. It is possible that my favorite lot in the sale is the absolutely stunning 1913 Red Crown and Polarine Summer Or Winter tin sign. It’s interesting to see that is decorated with women and steering wheels, given that it was not until the mid-1920s that women drivers in America were a relatively common occurrence. We welcome you to visit our gallery in Denver, PA to view these outstanding items firsthand, or of course check them out online at anytime.”

About Morphy Auctions:

Morphy Auctions, the finest destination for a fresh to the market collectables is headquartered in Denver, Pennsylvania. The company also has a satellite office in Las Vegas, Nevada. A full-service auction house, Morphy’s presents over 35 premiere auctions annually. The company’s three-part mission includes ensuring consignor satisfaction with every auction, offering world class customer service that goes above and beyond the call of duty, and providing relentless buyer support to create confidence for all clients seeking a trustworthy purchasing experience. Morphy’s team of specialists include the nation’s finest and most recognized experts in popular collectable collecting categories; including advertising, firearms, fine automobiles, automobilia, petroliana, coin operated machines, antiques and decorative arts, dolls, bears, toys and trains, cast iron toys, marbles, jewelry and wrist watches. Morphy Auctions is owned by President and Founder, Dan Morphy, himself a lifelong and passionate collector of antiques, banks, and numerous other categories. Morphy’s has been in business since 2004 and has grown from 2 to over 65 employees in a span of a decade.

Morphy Auctions is located at 2000 North Reading Road, Denver, Pennsylvania 17517 and can be reached by telephone at 877.986.8880, Facsimile at 717.336.7115, or Email at info(at)morphyauctions(dot)com. Our Denver Auction Gallery is open 7 days a week, Monday through Friday, 9.00 am-4.00 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 9.00 am-1.00 pm. Our Las Vegas facility is located at 4520 Arville Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89103 and is open Monday through Friday from 9.00 am-4.00 pm. Please visit for more information.

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Global Market Study on Decorative Laminates: Impressive Growth to be Witnessed in the Furniture and Cabinets Application Segment During 2017 – 2025

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Global Decorative Laminates Market to Reach US$ 95 Bn by 2025 – Persistence Market Research
Global Market Study on Decorative Laminates: Impressive Growth to be witnessed in the Furniture and Cabinets Application Segment during 2017 – 2025

FNEW YORK, January 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

In terms of volume, the global decorative laminates market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.7% during the forecast period 2017-2025. According to a new report published by Persistence Market Research titled “Decorative Laminates Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Forecast (2017-2025),” manufacturers of decorative laminates are focusing on the introduction of new application specific product offerings in order to better address the specific requirements of customers.

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Moreover, market players are found to be channelizing efforts towards strengthening their distribution channels along with focusing on direct sales. Among the regional markets, the Asia Pacific market is expected to account for a substantial value share in the global decorative laminates market owing to the rising construction activities in the residential sector across the region. Global sales of decorative laminates is estimated to be valued at about US$ 64 Bn in 2017 and this is projected to increase to about US$ 95 Bn by the end of 2025.

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Global Decorative Laminates Market: Factors Boosting Revenue Growth

Housing market recovery and new construction projects mushrooming across the globe
A rapidly growing ready-to-assemble furniture market
Growing demand for laminate flooring in the global market
Rising per capita expenditure on furniture and flooring
Increasing expenditure on construction activities across the globe
Growing urbanization leading to new construction activities particularly in the residential sector
Global Decorative Laminates Market: Forecast by Product Type

On the basis of product type, the global market for decorative laminates is segmented into low pressure laminates, high pressure laminates, and edge banding. Low pressure laminates is further sub-segmented into paper and films & foils. In terms of value, the low pressure laminates segment is expected to lose 100 BPS in 2025 as compared to 2017 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of 4.9% during the forecast period. The paper sub-segment is expected to gain 170 BPS in 2025 as compared to 2017 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.2% over the forecast period. The low pressure laminates segment is expected to remain lucrative and dominate global market demand during the forecast period.

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Global Decorative Laminates Market: Forecast by Application

Application segments include furniture and cabinets, flooring, wall panel and others. The furniture & cabinets and flooring segments are expected to dominate the global market owing to an anticipated steady growth in demand for decorative laminates across these end use applications.

Global Decorative Laminates Market: Forecast by Region

Asia Pacific, Europe and North America regions are projected to be the major contributors to the growth of the global decorative laminates market throughout the forecast period. Modernization of infrastructure and growth in construction and infrastructure industry are the two factors anticipated to drive market demand for decorative laminates in the Asia Pacific region, while rapid growth in the construction sector in the U.S. – especially in the housing sector – is anticipated to bolster the demand for decorative laminates in North America. The Asia Pacific decorative laminates market is projected to hold more than half the global market value share by 2025.

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Global Decorative Laminates Market: Key Players

Fletcher Building Limited, Omnova Solution Inc., Greenlam Industries Ltd., Merino Group, Illinois Tool Works, Inc., Abet Laminati S.P.A., Archidply Industries Ltd., Fundermax GmbH, Panolam Industries International, Inc., and Stylam Industries Ltd. are some of the key players profiled in this report.

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Table Of Content
List Of Table
List Of Charts/Figures
1. Executive Summary
1.1. Market Overview
1.2. Market Analysis
1.3. PMR Analysis and Recommendations
1.4. Wheel of Fortune

2. Market Introduction
2.1. Market Taxonomy

3. Market Viewpoint
3.1. Macro-Economic Factors
3.2. Market Dynamics
3.2.1. Market Driver
3.2.2. Market Restraint
3.2.3. Market Opportunity
3.2.4. Market Trend

4. Global Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
4.1. Introduction
4.1.1. Market Volume Projections
4.1.2. Market Size and Y-o-Y Growth
4.1.3. Absolute $ Opportunity
4.2. Decorative Laminates Market Value Chain Analysis
4.3. Decorative Laminates Market Pricing Analysis

5. Forecast Factors: Relevance and Impact

6. Global Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025, By Type
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Type, 2012 – 2016
6.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type, 2017 – 2025
6.3.1. Low pressure Laminates
6.3.2. High Pressure Laminates
6.3.3. Edge Banding
6.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Type

7. Global Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025 By Application
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Application, 2012 – 2016
7.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application, 2017 – 2025
7.3.1. Furniture & Cabinets
7.3.2. Flooring
7.3.3. Wall Panel
7.3.4. Others
7.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Application

8. Global Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025 By Region
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Region, 2012 – 2016
8.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Region, 2017 – 2025
8.3.1. North America
8.3.2. Latin America
8.3.3. Asia Pacific
8.3.4. Europe
8.3.5. Middle East and Africa
8.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Region

9. North America Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2012 – 2016
9.2.1. By Country
9.2.2. By Type
9.2.3. By Application
9.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Country 2017 – 2025
9.3.1. U.S.
9.3.2. Canada
9.4. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type 2017 – 2025
9.4.1. Low pressure Laminates
9.4.2. High Pressure Laminates
9.4.3. Edge Banding
9.5. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application 2017 – 2025
9.5.1. Furniture & Cabinets
9.5.2. Flooring
9.5.3. Wall Panel
9.5.4. Others
9.6. Market Attractiveness Analysis
9.6.1. By Country
9.6.2. By Type
9.6.3. By Application

10. Latin America Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2012 – 2016
10.2.1. By Country
10.2.2. By Type
10.2.3. By Application
10.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Country 2017 – 2025
10.3.1. Brazil
10.3.2. Mexico
10.3.3. Rest of Latin America
10.4. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type 2017 – 2025
10.4.1. Low pressure Laminates
10.4.2. High Pressure Laminates
10.4.3. Edge Banding
10.5. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application 2017 – 2025
10.5.1. Furniture & Cabinets
10.5.2. Flooring
10.5.3. Wall Panel
10.5.4. Others
10.6. Market Attractiveness Analysis
10.6.1. By Country
10.6.2. By Type
10.6.3. By Application

11. Europe Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
11.1. Introduction
11.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2012 – 2016
11.2.1. By Country
11.2.2. By Type
11.2.3. By Application
11.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Country 2017 – 2025
11.3.1. Germany
11.3.2. U.K.
11.3.3. France
11.3.4. Spain
11.3.5. Italy
11.3.6. Eastern Europe
11.3.7. Rest of Europe
11.4. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type 2017 – 2025
11.4.1. Low pressure Laminates
11.4.2. High Pressure Laminates
11.4.3. Edge Banding
11.5. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application 2017 – 2025
11.5.1. Furniture & Cabinets
11.5.2. Flooring
11.5.3. Wall Panel
11.5.4. Others
11.6. Market Attractiveness Analysis
11.6.1. By Country
11.6.2. By Type
11.6.3. By Application

12. APAC Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
12.1. Introduction
12.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2012 – 2016
12.2.1. By Country
12.2.2. By Type
12.2.3. By Application
12.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Country 2017 – 2025
12.3.1. China
12.3.2. Japan
12.3.3. Taiwan
12.3.4. Korea
12.3.5. India
12.3.6. Rest of APAC
12.4. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type 2017 – 2025
12.4.1. Low pressure Laminates
12.4.2. High Pressure Laminates
12.4.3. Edge Banding
12.5. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application 2017 – 2025
12.5.1. Furniture & Cabinets
12.5.2. Flooring
12.5.3. Wall Panel
12.5.4. Others
12.6. Market Attractiveness Analysis
12.6.1. By Country
12.6.2. By Type
12.6.3. By Application

13. MEA Decorative Laminates Market Analysis 2012–2016 and Forecast 2017–2025
13.1. Introduction
13.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2012 – 2016
13.2.1. By Country
13.2.2. By Type
13.2.3. By Application
13.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Country 2017 – 2025
13.3.1. GCC Countries
13.3.2. Turkey
13.3.3. South Africa
13.3.4. Rest of MEA
13.4. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Type 2017 – 2025
13.4.1. Low pressure Laminates
13.4.2. High Pressure Laminates
13.4.3. Edge Banding
13.5. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) and Volume Forecast By Application 2017 – 2025
13.5.1. Furniture & Cabinets
13.5.2. Flooring
13.5.3. Wall Panel
13.5.4. Others
13.6. Market Attractiveness Analysis
13.6.1. By Country
13.6.2. By Type
13.6.3. By Application

14. Competition Landscape
14.1. Market Structure
14.2. Market Share Analysis
14.3. Competition Intensity Mapping By Market Taxonomy
14.4. Competition Dashboard
14.5. Company Profiles (Details – Overview, Financials, Strategy, Recent Developments)
14.5.1. Fletcher Building Limited
14.5.2. Omnova Solution Inc.
14.5.3. Greenlam Industries Ltd.
14.5.4. Merino Group
14.5.5. Illinois Tool Works, Inc.
14.5.6. Abet Laminati S.P.A.
14.5.7. Archidply Industries Ltd.
14.5.8. Fundermax GmbH
14.5.9. Panolam Industries International, Inc.
14.5.10. Stylam Industries Ltd.

15. Assumptions and Acronyms Used

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James D. Julia’s February, 2018 Auction To Include 1,200+ Lots of Magnificent Fine and Decorative Art, Newly Discovered Estate Antiques, and Important Historical Items

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This exciting auction features several stunning collections from across New England, including the finest grouping of antique powder horns to come to auction in memory.


Fairfield, Maine will again be the epicenter of the antiques world this winter as James D. Julia, Inc., a division of Morphy Auctions, hosts its annual Winter Fine Art, Asian & Antiques auction on February 8th and 9th, 2018. This $3.6 million auction includes over 1,200 lots of carefully curated offerings and many once-in-a-lifetime rarities. All items will be available for preview on February 7th from 9am-5pm, February 8th and 9th from 8am-10am, and during each auction session.

This auction hits the ground running with over 350 lots of outstanding paintings, prints, and sculptures. It’s fair to say that lot #1025, Paul Manship’s “Sagittarius,” from a model of the Celestial Sphere, is a star amongst these top-tier selections. This signed and foundry marked bronze comes with a letter dated July 3, 1956 from Manship describing the piece as, “from a model of the celestial sphere I made some years ago and represent constellations for the sky – Sagittarius = the zodiacal sign = Nov 22 to Dec 21-22 with the Corona Australis = the little band of stars is the outline of the Milky Way.” This absolute rarity, which has descended directly within the artist’s family, is estimated at $500,000-700,000.

It’s a stroke of genius when it comes to this auction’s offerings of outstanding works on paper and canvas. Lot #1194, Fernando Botero’s “A Lawyer” is estimated at $125,000-175,000. This piece features a portly, pensive looking man carrying a book and is signed “Botero 98.” It is featured in Marc Fumaroli’s Botero Drawings, 1999. Enthusiasts will be challenged to pick a favorite among the eight Haley Lever paintings on offer. Two of particular note are lot #1047, his “Fishing Boats – Sunrise” from 1904 which is titled on a Clayton-Liberatore Art Gallery label and lot #1048, his “Fishing Boats, St Ives, Cornwall” from 1908 which has its title inscribed on its stretcher. Both are signed and are estimated at $50,000-100,000 and $12,000-18,000 respectively.

A prizewinning selection of paintings featuring sporting themes and motifs will also be offered on day one. Two by Ogden Minton Pleissner deserve special mention. The first is lot #1113, titled “A Big One Hooked,” which is estimated $80,000-120,000. This masterpiece, featuring three men fishing in a rocky river, is titled on its label from The Caldwell Gallery. The second is his “Grouse Hunting,” which is estimated at $30,000-50,000. This painting shows two sportsmen shooting at a bird and a hound dog at the ready. Lot #1122 is Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait’s “Quail And Young,” estimated at $20,000-40,000. This painting, featuring two adult birds and nine babies, bears its gallery label from Gerold Wunderlich & Co. and is Illustrated on page 146 and listed as 59.1 in Henry Marsh’s Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, a Checklist of His Works. All three of these sporting-themed paintings have provenance to a South Pomfret, VT collection.

Julia’s enjoys a much-deserved reputation for leadership in Rockport School and Maine related fine art. With over 50 examples from these categories on offer, works from Thieme, Hibbard, and Gruppe, are certain to inspire waves of interest amongst enthusiasts. Lot #1055, William Lester Stevens’ “The Merton Bachelder Barn” is estimated at $12,000-18,000. This barnburner retains on verso its Rockport Art Association Retrospective Exhibition label and was featured on pg. 95 in the Rockport Art Association’s W. Lester Stevens, N. A. 1888–1969. Among the offerings from Maine artists is lot #1023, Bernard Langlais’ “Lion.” This carved, stained, and painted wood relief panel is estimated at $15,000-25,000.

The first day of this auction also features over 50 fine Asian items. Lot #1432, an early 20th century Chinese framed scroll painting, is estimated at $2,000-2,500. Executed with gouache on paper, the image depicts a courtyard with a central waterway and four maidens standing in the foreground. Lot #1427, a beaker form, Meiji period Satsuma vase by Yabu Meizan is estimated at $4,000-6,000. It is exquisitely painted with a continuous waterfront landscape around the lower half and a procession of figures around the top. And another precious highlight among these jewels is lot #1382, a fine natural jadeite, diamond and gold Guanyin pendant, estimated at $10,000-15,000. It is accompanied by a Hong Kong Gems Laboratory certificate indicating it is a 101.49ct “Natural Colour Fei Cui” (Type A).

Day one of this auction offers something for everyone with its fine selections of other merchandise, including decorative arts, silver, and furniture. Lot #1484, a last quarter 19th century Black Forest carved walnut hall stand from Switzerland is estimated at $4,000-6,000. This fine example depicts a Chamois on rockwork beneath a stylized tree surmounted by an agitated raptor; its stylized branches forming hat and coat hooks center a shield shaped mirror set within the trunk. Lot #1473, an 86 piece sterling Hepplewhite flatware set by Reed & Barton is estimated at $1,500-2,000. The boxed set is monogrammed “S F H” for Susan Frances Hill (Gould) and is accompanied by a letter detailing the family’s history. And as a final note for day one, please check out lot #1475, an equally handsome and functional Aesthetic Movement Wooton standard grade walnut desk, estimated at $5,000-8,000.

Given its amazing offerings of antique archival materials, ephemera, and items associated with important people, places, and things, the second day of this auction is certain to make history.

A significant number of lots on offer on February 9th are from two Maine area estates. These focus on property belonging to Stephen Decatur, who led successful naval battles in both Barbary Wars, North Africa, the French Quasi War, and the War of 1812; and Morton L. Deyo, a World War II hero who commanded naval gunfire support at Utah Beach in the Normandy invasion, amongst other notable accomplishments. One of these collections, from the Maria Decatur Mayo Deyo (Lila) Garnett family of Kittery Point, Maine, is the same family that auctioned off the map of the Battle of Yorktown used by George Washington through Julia’s in 2010 for $1,150,000, which at the time set the record for the most expensive map ever sold at auction and also the highest price ever for any auction sale in the state of Maine. The Decatur and Deyo offerings are certain to be of interest to Naval enthusiasts, historical and militaria societies, and museums around the world.

Lot #2068, a Gold Freedom Box presented to Decatur from the city of New York in 1812, is estimated at $125,000-175,000. Gold Freedom boxes were used to confer honorary privileges on distinguished individuals from the mid-18th century; other notable recipients include General George Washington. Lot #2072, a signet ring given to Decatur in 1805 from The Bey of Tunis upon his surrender of Tripoli, is estimated at $10,000-15,000. This ring is made of gold with about a 3/4″ Carnelian engraved with the seal of Hammuda Ibn Ali, ruler of Tunis from 1782 until his death September 15, 1814. Lot #2080, a pair of French Empire bronze dolphin candelabrum taken by Decatur as prize from the French Privateer “Croyable” when captured by Decatur on July 7, 1798, is estimated at $8,000-12,000. This beautiful 16” cast bronze pair features dolphin bases with their curled tails holding florally decorated, detachable double candleholders. Lot #2090, an archive of Morton L. Deyo materials, is estimated at $5,000-10,000. Included in this important collection is his WWII era visor cap, two 48-star flags, as well as a two-star Admiral’s Pennant thought to have been with Deyo when commanding the USS Tuscaloosa during the bombardment of Normandy on D-Day. And lot #2091, four massive hand drawn and painted planning maps used by Deyo aboard the USS Tuscaloosa, is estimated at $800-1,200.

These include 1) an overview of the British and French coast in one map, 2) a view of the French beach with Utah Beachhead squared off, 3) a large map showing that section with pasted label “UTAH BEACH 6 JUNE 1944,” and 4) a detailed map showing the position of beach “Tare Green” and beach “Uncle Red” – code names for two entry points on Utah Beach with exit positions shown going inland.

Historical ephemera, archival materials, and first-person journals from the early 1800s onward also tell their tales during the second day of this auction. Lot #2173, a Wright Brothers biography archive, is estimated at $4,000-6,000. This collection, concerning the writing and publication of the 1930 biography of Orville and Wilbur Wright by John R. McMahon, includes letters, a book manuscript, glass plate negatives, press clippings, and other materials. This auction’s selections of records related to United States sailing vessels is also quite impressive, with materials on the Congress, Constitution, Columbus, Constellation, and Potomac – among others – on offer. Lot #2063, a large folio, 300 page journal documenting a cruise on the USS Congress in 1817-1818 and another on the USS Constitution in 1821-1822 is estimated at $15,000-25,000. The first adventure, “Journal of a Cruise in the United States Frigate Congress, Arthur Sinclair Commander From Norfolk Virginia To South America,” starts on December 4, 1817, ends on September 11, 1818, and includes details about events around Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. The second adventure, aboard the USS Constitution from Boston to the Mediterranean, is titled “Instructions For the Navigation of the Rio de la Plata.” It starts on May 13, 1821 and ends on May 22, 1824 with the ship being hauled into the Navy yard. And finally, several lots of ambrotype and tintype images of Civil War soldiers will be offered. A good example is lot #2159, a group of ten outstanding armed Civil War hard images is estimated at $4,000-6,000. Each image features a military man in uniform holding or wearing armaments and/or field gear.
Enthusiasts just might go to battle over the fine selections of militaria available through this auction. Exceptional powder horns and battle axes from two important collections highlight this genre. Lot #2007, a group of 13 Revolutionary War era powder horns carved by the “Folky Artist,” is estimated at $25,000-30,000. This group of horns represents 13 of about 30 known powder horns carved by this artist whose name has been lost to history. He is thought possibly to be from the south, as southern icons, such as palmetto trees, long leaf pine sprouts, and a Spanish mission are among the subjects engraved on his horns. Lot #2004, a fine French and Indian War Powder Horn of Moses Walcut, Fort Edwards, 1758, is estimated at $8,000-12,000. This well-known and elaborately decorated example is pictured in Jim Dresslar’s 1996 book, The Engraved Powder Horn. Lot #2026, a massive Plains Indian pipe tomahawk with a double cutout head, is estimated at $15,000-20,000. This 2-pound example is from the Mark Francis Collection; its decoration is highly desirable and often forged. And lot #2027, a Pierre Choteau Missouri marked war axe, is estimated at $15,000-20,000. Pierre Choteau was a trader from St. Louis who worked in the 1780-1790 timeframe; similarly, other forged iron implements with this mark are on display at the Missouri State Historical Society Museum along with additional items in the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron, NE. Its provenance includes the Choteau Family and the John Baldwin Collection; it was sold at Sotheby’s in May, 2013.
This auction includes two historically important awards. The first is lot #2050, a gold Tiffany snuff box presented by the citizens of Buffalo to Lt. John Worden, estimated at $30,000-50,000. Worden was the hero of the Victory of the Monitor Over the Merrimac. This handsomely decorated box is engraved with the battle scene between the U.S. Navy Ironclad “Monitor” and the Confederate Navy Ironclad “C.S.S. Virginia” (Merrimac), as well as other naval themes. It is personalized, “Lieut. John L. Worden, U.S.N.” / “From the Citizens of Buffalo, N.Y./ April 8, 1862.” / “YOU BEAT THE MERRIMAC AND SAVED THE MINNESOTA.” Our catalogers note that this is one of the most important American Civil War U.S. Navy artifacts to be presented for public auction. And lot #2166, a silver Congressional Medal for survivor “Charles Tong Sing” of the “Jeannette” Arctic Expedition of 1879-1882 is estimated at $12,000-18,000. This medal was produced for either the survivors or the next of kin of those who had perished in the expedition. Eight gold and 25 silver medals were struck by the Philadelphia Mint and were probably designed by Charles E. Barber or George Morgan, chief engravers to the mint at the time.

Now let’s take a look at the boatloads of fantastic nautically themed selections available through this auction. Lot #2222, James Buttersworth’s “Portrait of the Merchant Ship Dolphin Off Portsmouth England,” is estimated at $10,000-15,000. This fine oil on canvas shows the three-mast ship sailing right to left with several other ships in the background, all under a pink and blue sky with gray and white shaded clouds. Lot #2205, a Napoleonic POW bone model of a 48-gun frigate mounted in a domed glass case, is estimated at $5,000-10,000. The war between Napoleon’s French Navy and the naval forces of England lasted so long that the captured French prisoners had to find ways to pass the time. Captors encouraged prisoners to produce objects to sell in the camp’s civilian markets; among the most popular were ship models like this one, representing British naval ships of the period. Lot #2210, a 19th century Masonic scrimshaw decorated whale’s tooth snuff bottle, is estimated at $1,500-3,000. It is fitted with a tiger maple incised end cap and a turned ebony or rosewood fill spout. And it’s easy to get carried away over lot #2316, an early 1920s Nantucket lightship basket, estimated at $1,500-2,500. The example is attributed to A. D. Williams, located at 120 Orange Street, Nantucket, MA, and features a circular hinged lid with a turned maple centerpiece and a flattened round knob finial.

The second day of this auction rounds out with can’t miss selections of antique American furniture, weathervanes, and other surprise finds. Lot #2232, an exceptional grain painted slant lid pine desk with its original free form sponge decoration with diagonal squiggle line borders, is estimated at $8,000-12,000. Lot #2408, a last quarter 19th century setter dog weathervane attributed to Washburn and Company, is estimated at $5,000-8,000. The dog is in a classic pointer stance with its head and tail parallel to the ground. And it’s easy to go to pieces over lot #2180, an outstanding solid gold, marked, micro-mosaic Russian hinged box, estimated at $4,000-6,000. The 2″ x 3″ scene shows a man on a horse crossing a river with others following, while women are seen on foreground with soldiers.

According to Department Head Bill Gage, “Our selections of fine and decorative art, as well as historical rarities on offer through this auction are truly world-class. My colleagues and I worked tirelessly over the past six months to bring our customers the finest, rarest, and most interesting merchandise and I am certain they will not be disappointed. The Commodore Stephen Decatur Gold Freedom Box is even more impressive in real life; its history, provenance, and presentation truly put it in a class all unto itself. The same can be said of the newly discovered Sagittarius Bronze by Paul Manship, which is one of the most unique and exciting lots we have ever brought to auction.”

More information on James D. Julia, Inc.’s Winter Fine Art, Asian and Antiques auction, as well as the full catalog, can be found online at In addition to pre-bids, telephone bids, and in-person bids, Julia’s accepts bids via as well as Bill Gage and Tony Greist welcome your questions and inquiries; they can be reached at antiques(at) or by calling 207-453-7125.

About James D. Julia, Inc.:
James D. Julia, Inc., a division of Morphy Auctions, is one of the top ten antique auction antique houses in North America as measured by annual sales. In business for over 45 years, the company conducts high-end antique, collectible and fine art auctions throughout the year. The company has routinely established new world records through its auction events through three key divisions, including Rare Firearms; Fine Art, Asian & Antiques; and Rare Lamps, Glass & Fine Jewelry. Each division is regarded for its excellence and is staffed with world-class specialists to guarantee fair and professional authentication, identification, and valuation services. In December of 2017, James D. Julia, Inc. merged with Morphy Auctions of Denver, PA. Morphy Auctions and James D. Julia, Inc. share a common purpose of delighting collectors worldwide with aligned missions and unparalleled customer service standards. Joining forces creates a synergistic team of passionate staff members to better serve our customers and strengthen the antiques and collectibles industry. Please visit for more information.

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