Watch Carolyn Remmey of the eponymous auction house Remmey Antiques and Fine Arts appraise a leather key basket on Antiques Roadshow:
Leather Key Basket, ca. 1850
APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000 – $30,000 (Originally aired in 1998)
Remmey Antiques’ current sale features an eclectic selection of antiques and heirlooms, including a large number of lithographs and prints by well recognized artists including Calder, Chagall, Bearden, and the Nantucket artist G.T. Burke.
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Remmey Antiques Winter Auction presents a high quality selection of fine & decorative arts, prints, jewelry and Asian art. Featured in the Fine Arts section of the sale is a Julio Larraz (1944- ) painting, depicting a lone nude figure in a room. Larraz started out as a caricaturist in New York shortly after fleeing from his hometown, Havana, Cuba. His work was published in The New York Times and The Washington Post. Later in his career, he was trained in painting and started depicting everyday life in the Caribbean in his work. This painting is estimated at $40,000-$50,000 and available for bidding now. Click here to view
With reserve bids starting at $300, the jewelry in this sale is attractively priced for an array of buyers. One of the highlights is a Art Deco platinum and diamond bracelet: consisting of 238 round diamonds on the body, triangle diamonds on the center, and sixteen small sapphires outside the center, the bracelet is one of the most desirable items in the auction. Estimated at $25,000-$30,000, this bracelet is available for bidding now. Click here to view
Included in the sale are a pair of portraits of Francis and Mamie Stockdale of Philadelphia, painted in 1862 by William Edward Winner(1815-1883). A Philadelphia native, William remained in the city for most of his career and was inspired by other portrait artists such as Manet, Degas, and Thurber. These paintings are estimated at $10,000-15,000 each and available for bidding now. Click here to view