Friday, October 12th at 6:30 pm
Friday features an extensive museum quality porcelain sculpture collection, including pieces by Boehm, Connoisseur of Malvern, Bronn, Herend and Cybis consisting of animals, birds and floral pieces. Fine jewelry highlighted by a 4.13 ct Diamond and platinum ring, a 15.0ct natural tourmaline and 2.10ct diamond necklace and a 3.2ct marquise and 1.60ct baguette ring. Wristwatches including a Rolex 18kt yellow gold and diamond “Oyster Perpetual Datejust Superlative”. Silver pieces featuring a Sarmento ‘833’ Sterling centerpiece and a Gorham ‘Andante’ Sterling flatware service for eight. Modern furniture including a ‘Donghia’ custom made glass top oval dining table and chairs; a Knoll style round pedestal dining table with Fritz Hanson Denmark chairs and a Paul McCobb Linear Group design dresser for Calvin Furniture. Traditional furniture including a Chippendale mahogany dining table and chairs, also an American Federal style mahogany sideboard. Fine art including a collection of John James Audubon color etchings and lithographs. A DeWitt Clinton Boutelle (1820-1884) oil painting; a Hisi Fine Bluestone Design contemporary Chinese bronze horse sculpture and a Dawn Stone eagle sculpture carved from a moose antler. Asian art pieces including carved stone reliefs, wood plaques and bronze foo dogs, etc. A collection of carved wood half-hull and ship models along with nautical paintings and prints. Novelty items consisting of two slot machines, a 1934 Mills War Eagle, 10 cent and a ‘Gold Mountain’ IGT, 25 cent machine. Fine hand woven rugs and runners including a 9’ 10 ½” x 12’ 11” Persian antique hand woven Meshed carpet, a Kerman Persian rug, 9’ 9’’ x 11’ 9 ½”. Two matching c. 1907 Persian runners 3’ 4 ½” x 15’ 9 ½” sold separately. Fashion items including men and women’s designer shoes, a mink jacket and a Super Bowl XL (Detroit) warm up jacket. Antiquity items including Chinese Ming and Tang dynasty stone and earthenware. Roman hand hewn tools and Persian artifacts. Two Native American carved tree trunk and rawhide drums. Exterior garden sculptures and a collection of middle eastern daggers and swords round out the features for October’s auction.
Saturday, October 13th at 11:00 am
Saturday sale features a variety of fine arts including sterling, crystal, porcelains, oriental carpets, graphics, furniture and jewelry. Of special interest will be Georg Jensen and Tiffany sterling hollowware as well as bronze and Favrile glass by Tiffany Studios. A Baccarat floor lamp in cranberry and enamel overlay as well as an engraved special edition Baccarat vase are rare finds. Other important glass includes blown studio glass by Wes Hunting, Kit Karbler as well as Murano, LaLique, R. LaLique (“Druide” “Ormeaux”)and Waterford. Sterling flatware sets include “Royal Danish” and “Frontenac” by International and “Dauphin” by Durgin. A French Boulle clock by Louis Mangeant, a Herschede tall case clock and a Steinway grand piano await discriminating buyers. Native American Indian pottery, fine porcelain dinner services, Boehm sculptures, over 100 lots of fine jewelry and over 450 lots in total comprise the Saturday session.
Sunday, October 14th at Noon
he Sunday session features important artworks by: Georges Croegaert, Ogden Minton Pleissner, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Carl Spitzweg, Jean Georges Vibert, Mathias Alten, Jacob Toorenvliet, Berenice Abbott, Fritz Wagner, Myron Barlow, Antonio Lonza and Camille Bormbois to name but a few of the over 200 offerings.
An extensive jewelry feature of over 70 lots, Oriental rugs, an 18th c. tapestry, Sevres porcelains, marble pedestals and French furniture round out the over 400 selections in the session.