by Time | Tags sherry,sherry harrington,sandy harrington source Time article 1 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email The Sheridan auction house is closing its doors for good.
Auctioneer Sandy Harrington, who ran the auction house from 2002 to 2006, announced on Thursday that he was closing the shop and closing the door on all sales until Jan. 5.
He was a big advocate for the auctioneer in the past, and this is his final day as a member of the Sheridan family.
“As a family, we are sad to announce that Sandy will not be returning to the Sheridans’ Auction House as a partner,” he said in a statement.
“We thank him for his service and wish him the best.”
Auction house chief executive officer Mark Harris said in an email that Sandy Harrell will not return to the company.
“I can tell you from personal experience that we have a huge number of talented, dedicated employees who make our business run smoothly and reliably.
I know the passion that they have for their profession and we are truly proud of the work they do for us,” Harris wrote.
“Sandy’s leadership was a central part of our success in building a global reputation and we look forward to seeing his legacy continue to shine through.”
Harrington said he would continue to operate the auctioneers own businesses.