In our inaugural auction with iGavel.com, South Bay Auctions is pleased to offer property from various collectors and estates, including fine arts, antiques and decorative arts. Highlights from the fine arts category include pencil drawings by Everett Shinn and Robert Henri, as well as a lithograph by Marie Laurencin and a serigraph by Adolph Gottlieb. We are also pleased to offer a number of Contemporary pieces, including paintings by Suzanne McClelland and Joseph Amar; as well as serigraphs by Nicola Simbari, a silkscreen by Aldo Luongo; a large bronze sculpture by Contemporary artist Mario Jason and a Lucite sculpture by Barry Richman.
Furniture highlights include a William & Mary pine lift-top blanket chest from the lower Connecticut River Valley; a Federal mahogany chest of drawers; a George III mahogany Pembroke table and cellarette; a French mahogany Empire armoire; a set of 12 Chippendale style dining chairs with high quality pierced splats from the early 20 th C; a set of four Chinese elm chairs and Victorian mahogany swivel library armchair.
From Decorative Arts and Accessories, we are pleased to have a pair of 18C Italian church candlesticks; a Minton porcelain plaque, depicting a maiden carrying a caged child; a pair of bronze putti appliques; a ceramic dish by Chaim Gross; and a wonderful Black collectible Minstrel fiddle and watermelon painted banjo which were props from an Eastport, NY troupe in the 1920s-1930s.
We are also pleased to have a strong Orientalia category including: a collection of snuff bottles featuring inside painted examples by Ye Zhong San; imitation tortoise shell and others; as well as an outstanding two-tone bronze carp swimming in a stylized ocean signed by Kinryuzan Yoshikane.
We invite you to preview all the property on offer on November 1st , 2nd and 3rd from 11am-4pm, or by appointment at:
Thank you and please do not hesitate to contact us directly with any questions; we look forward to speaking with you.