Auction Results | June

Auction results for the month of June on iGavel were eclectic, featuring examples of silver, fine art and Asian art. A 351 piece Gorham sterling imperial chrysanthemum flatware set with mahogany storage chest topped the results, followed by an Alfred Bricher (American, 1837-1908) oil on canvas. Perhaps the most peculiar item sold in June was an Andrew Clemens(American 1857-1894, Deaf/Mute Artist of McGregor, Iowa) sand art bottle. The Asian art highlights include a 20th century pair of Chinese export gilt decorated vases with dragon motifs, and a blue and white glaze porcelain vase, both attracted high number of bids from keen Asian art collectors. View the results below:

 1Gorham Sterling Imperial Chrysanthemum Flatware (351 pcs) & Mahogany Storage Chest

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
22,201

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2 Alfred Bricher (American, 1837-1908), At the South Head Grand Manan, Oil on Canvas, 1877

Sold by: Everard

Price Realized
$ 18,000

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 3Andrew Clemens Sand Art Bottle, (American 1857-1894), Deaf Mute Artist of McGregor, Iowa

Sold by: Nye & Company Auctioneers/Appraisers

Price Realized
$ 16,800

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4 Pair of Chinese Export Gilt Decorated Dragon Motif Porcelain Vases, 20th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company Auctioneers/Appraisers

Price Realized
15,010

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 5Asian Blue and White Glaze Porcelain Vase

Sold by: South Bay Auctions

Price Realized
14,460

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Other notable lots include:

Two Chinese Porcelain Insert Wall Plaques, 20th C.
$ 12,765

Eugene Boudin (French, 1824-1898), La Plage a Trouville, w/c, from the Paul Mellon Collection
$ 12,720

Carved Egyptian Stone Fragment
$ 12,600

Two Japanese Porcelain Vases, 20th C.
$ 12,000

Large 18K Gold Box Decorated with a Dragon and Mythical Bird
$ 10,860

 

Auction Results | April

Selected lots from Lark Mason Associates’ highly successful Auction of Asian Works of Art topped the auction results of the month of April. The lots include a circa 1900 chinese hand scroll, eminent Chinese general and subordinates who subdued Taiwan, a 17th century pair of Chinese Huanghuali yoke back armchairs, an 18th century Chinese celadon jade finger Citron box, two 19th century Chinese Peachbloom porcelain circular seal paste boxes and covers and a Ming dynasty large Chinese gilt bronze seated Buddha.

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 Chinese Hand Scroll, Eminent Chinese General and Subordinates who Subdued Taiwan, c. 1900

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 4,182,000

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 Pair of Chinese Huanghuali Yoke Back Armchairs , 17th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 540,000

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 Chinese Celadon Jade Finger Citron Box, 18th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 162,001

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4

 Two Chinese Peachbloom Porcelain Circular Seal Paste Box and Cover, 19th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 111,660

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 Large Chinese Gilt Bronze Seated Buddha, Ming Dynasty

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 90,000

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Other notable lots include:

Chinese Yellow Glazed Wine Cup, Jiajing Mark in Underglaze Blue and of the Period
$ 78,000

Chinese Set of Four Porcelain ‘Landscape’ Panels, Republic Period
72,000

Chinese Porcelain Puce Ground Buddhist Temple Ewer, Modern
$ 60,001

Imperial Chinese Zitan and Jichimu Armchair, 18th Century
$ 60,001

Josef von Brandt, Polish, 1841-1915, Cossack Trumpeter Sounding a Charge
51,600

Auction Results | February

South Bay Auctions tops February’s auction results in the FR3SH category, followed by Everard & Company and Litchfield County Auctions in their respective single owner auctions. Highlights include an Asian ornately carved wood floor screen; an Eastman Johnson (American, 1804-1906), The Vacant Chair, oil on board; a 19th C., Portrait of Woman in White Dress, oil on canvas, possibly English; a Paul Cadmus crayon on blue paper, “Two Dancers Resting”, 1973; and a circa 1983/4 Steinway mahogany Model B grand piano and bench.

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 Asian ornately carved wood floor screen

Sold by: South Bay Auctions

Price Realized
$ 18,600

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Eastman Johnson (American, 1804-1906), The Vacant Chair, Oil on Board, 19th Century

Sold by: Everard & Company

Price Realized
$ 18,600

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Probably English, 19th C., Portrait of Woman in White Dress, oil on canvas

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 18,000

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4Paul Cadmus, Am., 1904-1999, “Two Dancers Resting”, 1973, crayon on blue paper

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 17,550

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Steinway Mahogany Model B Grand Piano and Bench, Circa 1983/4

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 15,600

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Edward Ruscha Lithograph Achieves $13,800

Nye & Company’s recent January Fine & Decorative Arts Auction attracted many fine art collectors with a keen eye, accumulating over 2000 bids and achieving over $250,000 in total with Buyer’s Premium. Below are some of the highlights from the auction that iGavel has picked:

1Leading the auction was an Edward Ruscha lithograph dubbed “Dog”. Ruscha (b. December 16, 1937) is an American artist associated with the pop art movement along with other famous names such as Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert Dowd, Phillip Hefferton, Joe Goode, Jim Dine, and Wayne Thiebaud. Ruscha experimented with many mediums, but his most famous work are his word paintings and typography work. This 1994 print portrays his later artistic style, depicting a shadow of a hunting dog behind tall grass. It attracted many collectors around the country, achieving $13,801 over 25 bids against its high estimate of $600. Click here to get more information

 

2Another highlight from the auction in an impressive 19th century Neoclassical giltwood mirror. This mirror is believed to date from the era of President Martin Van Buren, 1837-1841.There was considerable refurnishing during the Van Buran administration and the purchase of French mirrors is recorded. This mirror remained in the White House until 1901, when it was moved to the old Army and Navy Club. When the club was torn down to make way for the Present Union Station, the mirror was bought by J. Franklin Biggs of Richmond and was placed in his home, Pratt`s Castle, it remained there for more than 25 years. The mirror was long thought to have been bought by Thomas Jefferson for the White House, but furnishing of Jefferson`s time were destroyed when the house burned in the War of 1812. Despite its massive size, the mirror received 7 bids, achieving $12,600. Click here to get more information

3Silver highlights from the auction include a 20th century assembled group of Whiting “Louis XV” pattern sterling silver flatware. The group is consisted of 34 dinner forks, 20 luncheon forks, 6 salad/dessert forks, 40 seafood forks, 10 cream soup spoons, 8 bouillon spoons, 12 citrus spoons, 9 pot de cream spoons, 21 demitasse spoons, 10 coffee spoons, 23 teaspoons, 9 dessert spoons, 7 flat handled butter spreaders, 5 fruit knives, 4 ladles, 2 berry spoons, 2 berry spoons, 3 tablespoons, 2 slotted spoons, 4 serving spoons, 1 pastry server, 1 youth fork, 1 nut pick, 1 cheese scoop, 5 serving forks, 4 condiment forks, 2 tongs, 2 flat servers, 1 master butter server, 1 tea strainer, 3 bonbon spoons. The collection achieved $5,050 over 8 bids. Click here to get more information

Auction Results | January

iGavel had a great start in the new year with associate sellers KC Auction Company, Witherell’s, and Lark Mason Associates sharing the top results for January’s auction results. Highlights include a Giorgio Morandi “Still Life” 1953 Pencil on Paper, Double Faced; Nine Chinese Jade Animals and Other Carvings, 20th c/Modern; a Thomas Stretch Tall Case Clock; a Reg Butler Bronze Torso Of A Woman Sculpture and an Ernest Trova “Falling Man” Chrome Plated Bronze Hinged Sculpture.

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Giorgio Morandi “Still Life” 1953 Pencil on Paper, Double Faced

Sold by: KC Auction Co.

Price Realized
$ 16,800

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Nine Chinese Jade Animals and Other Carvings, 20th c/Modern

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 12,600

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3

Thomas Stretch Tall Case Clock

Sold by: Witherell’s

Price Realized
$ 11,520

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4

Reg Butler Bronze Torso Of A Woman Sculpture

Sold by: KC Auction Co

Price Realized
$ 11,220

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5

Ernest Trova “Falling Man” Chrome Plated Bronze Hinged Sculpture

Sold by: KC Auction Co

Price Realized
$ 10,500

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Other notable lots include:

George Washington Associated Chair
$ 7,800

Chinese Export Silver Wine Pot, Sterling Lighter and Perfume Flask, 19th/20th c.
$ 7,561

18KT Diamond Flower Necklace
$ 7,200

Pair of 20th c Chinese Celadon Vase
$ 6,900

Robert Motherwell “Untitled” Etching and Aquatint, Signed And Numbered 1/50, 1972-73
6,900

Giorgio Morandi Drawing Achieves $16,800

KC Auction Company started the year with a very successful sale on iGavel Auctions. Featuring 20th century modern art pieces ranging from sculptures, paintings and drawings, the sale attracted many collectors around the country and achieved over $109,000 including Buyer’s Premium over 834 bids. Below are some of the highlights we have picked from the auction:

1-3245427Leading the auction is a Giorgio Morandi from 1953 drawing titled “Still Life”. Giorgio Morandi (July 20, 1890 – June 18, 1964) was an Italian painter most famous for his simple and tonal still life paintings of vases, bowls and flowers. The drawing achieved $16,800 with Buyer’s Premium over 28 bids by prospectors from United States and Europe, more than doubling its high estimate of $8,000.

 

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In addition to paintings, the sale also featured many sculpture from famous artists around the world. Of particular interest is a Reginald Butler bronze sculpture of the torso of a woman. Reginald Cotterell Butler (28 April 1913 – 23 October 1981) was an English sculptor. Today, many of his pieces can be seen in Museum of Modern Art in New York and Tate Gallery in London. This particular piece is stamped with monogrammed and numbered 5/8 with the foundry mark “Cire C. Valsuani Perdue”. The sculpture achieved $11,220 over 38 bids. It well exceeded its high estimate of $6,000 making it one of the most successful pieces in the sale.

 

3-3245379Another successful sculpture from the sale was an Ernest Trova piece, called “Falling Man”. Ernest Tino Trova (February 19, 1927 – March 8, 2009) was an American surrealist and pop art painter and sculptor. The sculpture is a variation of one of his most famous works, also titled The Falling Man, which currently resides in Laumeier Sculpture Park in Sunset Hills, Missouri. It achieved $ 10,500 with Buyer’s Premium over its pre-sale high estimate of $8,000.

For more information on KC Auction & Appraisal Company, visit their website at KCAuctionCompany.com.

Auction Results | December

Lots from Nye & Company and Litchfield County Auctions’ recent sales comprise December’s auction highlights, including: a Gorham Sterling Silver Polar Exploration Oval Ice Bucket, American, 19th C.; a Roy Lichtenstein, American, 1923-1997, “Untitled (Sea)”, 1996, screenprint; a 18K Yellow Gold Diamond and Emerald Jewelry Suite, 20th C.; a Galle Style Cameo Glass Table Lamp and Shade, France, 20th C.;  and 16th C. Coverdale Bible, in English (Myles Coverdale translation), Zurich 1550.

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Gorham Sterling Silver Polar Exploration Oval Ice Bucket, American, 19th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 16,200

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Roy Lichtenstein, American, 1923-1997, “Untitled (Sea)”, 1996, screenprint

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 15,600

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3

18K Yellow Gold Diamond and Emerald Jewelry Suite, 20th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 10,800

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4Galle Style Cameo Glass Table Lamp and Shade, France, 20th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 9,540

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16th C. Coverdale Bible, in English (Myles Coverdale translation), Zurich 1550

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 8,340

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Other notable lots include:

Bert Stern, 1929-2013, Marilyn Monroe, “The Last Sitting”, 10 Photographs, 1962
$ 7,800

Daum Amber Art Glass Vase, French, 20th C.
$ 7,561

Three Modern Metal Sculptures, 20th C.
$ 7,200

Helen Frankenthaler, American, 1928-2011, “Eve”, 1996, screenprint
$ 6,900

John M. Swan, “Flutist”, Oil/Canvas-
6,900

10 Carat Pear Shaped Brilliant Diamond Ring Achieves $87,000 on iGavel

3179536Fort Lauderdale based associate seller Abington Auction Gallery set a new record on iGavel Auctions with the sale of a 10.09 carat pear shaped brilliant diamond ring. The auction achieved a stunning $87,000, exceeding its low estimate of $75,000, setting a record on iGavel for the highest recorded price for jewelry on the website.

 

 

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Another jewelry highlight from the sale was an 18-carat reticulated gold necklace, earring and bracelet set. The matching set is decorated with numerous coral stones and several hundred diamonds, totaling over 12 carats. The price for the set was realized for $10,800, doubling its high estimate over 20 bids.

 

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Another item of interest in the sale was a bronze bust of a Roman chariot driver. The statue has only one arm survived and is mounted on a wooden base. The bust achieved $7,080, more than doubling its pre-sale estimate of $2,000-$3,000.

Chinese 18th C. Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup Achieves $198,000 on iGavel

Elder’s Antiques’ recent Autumn Online Auction featured a number of important Western and Chinese works of art. The sale totaled over $650,000 with buyer’s premium and attracted nearly 1,600 bids from bidders across the world.

3172796Leading the sale highlights is an 18th century Chinese rhinoceros horn libation cup, which achieved $198,000 over 32 bids. The cup is of a deep honey brown color with seven chilong (hornless dragons) scaling a mountain carved in high relief . The interior bears a single chilong climbing just below the lip. Two of the chilong undercut to form the handle in addition to a chilong with furled tails and contorted elongated bodies.

 

3172799Another highlight is a Qing Dynasty Jade Double Phoenix Vase. Made of celadon nephrite jade, the carving depicts a phoenix with wings outstretched and a loose ring in its beak atop a mythological beast. The phoenix is flanked by two cylindrical vases carved with upper and lower keyfret band over a wide band of spiral bosses atop a band of archaic forms and a lower band of lappets. It was sold for $86,025, surpassing its high estimate of $5,000, and attracting 43 bids.

3172653Another highlight from this sale is an anonymous 17th century continental painting depicting a boy holding a ball and a paddle. Avid collectors competed over this painting, resulting in 47 bids, bringing the final price to $51,600, well surpassing its $3,000-5,000 estimate.

Chinese Cloisonne Baluster Form Vase Achieves Over $46,000 on iGavel Auctions

CloisonneVaseiGavel associate seller Nye & Company’s recent Autumn Fine and Decorative Arts Auction with Collectibles was a success, achieving more than $340,000 over 2474 bids. The highlight of the sale was a 20th Century Chinese cloisonne baluster form vase. Strong competition sent the bidding on the work far beyond its estimate of $300-500 to achieve $46,812 with 33 bids, showing the continuing high demand in the Chinese antiques market.

Located in Bloomfield, New Jersey, Nye and Company Auctioneers and Appraisers is a leading regional auction house founded by John Nye in 2003. He worked at Sotheby’s for 15 years, serving as Loan Portfolio Manager, Cataloger, Head of the Arcade Furniture Department, and Senior Vice President and Department Head of the American Furniture and Decorations Department. Nye appears regularly on the award-winning PBS series Antiques Roadshow.

Nye and Company is located at 20 Beach Street in Bloomfield, New Jersey. For more information, phone: 973-984-6400 or visit www.nyeandcompany.com

Adolph Schreyer Painting Achieves over $34,000 on iGavel Auctions

Litchfield County Auctions’ recent Asian, Fine Art, Modernism & Antiques auction was a success, achieving an 81% sold rate and accumulating a total of 4,284 bids and surpassing estimates.

arabhorsementLeading the auction was an oil on canvas by the German artist Adolph Schreyer (1828-1899). The painting depicts Arab horsemen and has been signed “Ad. Schreyer” in the lower right corner. It is a part of a collection from the estate of Christina and James Erwin Koegel of Armonk, New York. The painting achieved $34,800 with 8 bids.

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Another highlight from the auction was a circa 1951 bronze sculpture of Josephine Baker from African American artist Richmond Barthe (1901-1989). Born in Mississippi, Barthe was a pioneer in American Sculpture. A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, he was a notable artist of the Harlem Renaissance and winner of many awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship. The sculpture achieved a stunning $26,400 over 17 bids, far surpassing the top estimate of $18,000

Lark Mason Associates Online Fall Auction of Asian, 
Ancient & Ethnographic Works of Art Achieves Over $2.2 Million

Lark Mason Associates’ auction of Asian, Ancient & Ethnographic Works of Art that closed on October 15th, 2013 had 828 sold lots with more than 4,500 bids, resulting in a total of over $2.2 million. This Asian sale represents a strong continuance of the company’s successful auction history and ability to navigate the Asian art and antiquities market.

Chinese Porcelain Flambe Glazed Hu Form Vase, Qianlong Mark and Period. Sold for $138,001

Chinese Porcelain Flambe Glazed Hu Form Vase, Qianlong Mark and Period. Sold for $138,000

 

 

Eight lots sold above $50,000 each, and the
top four lots sold for approximately half a millon dollars. The high-value lot from this auction was a Chinese Landscape Decorated Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup, 17th Century, which sold for $180,000.

 

Chinese Parcel Gilt Lacquered Bronze Seated Figure with Wood Stand, Ming Dynasty. Sold for $89,401

Chinese Parcel Gilt Lacquered Bronze Seated Figure with Wood Stand, Ming Dynasty. Sold for $89,401

 

Other highlights include: a Chinese Porcelain Flambe Glazed Hu Form Vase, Qianlong Mark and Period, which sold for $138,000; a Chinese Parcel Gilt Lacquered Bronze Seated Figure with Wood Stand, Ming Dynasty, which sold for over $89,000; a Chinese Polychrome Wood Guanyin, which sold for over $86,000; a Chinese Carved Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup with Daoist Immortals, 17th Century, which sold for $69,000;  and a Pair of Small Chinese Carved Cinnabar Lacquer Cabinets, 19th/20th Century, which sold for over $56,000.

 

Lark Mason Associates, the eponymous, Harlem-based auction house specializing in Asian and other works of art, was founded by Lark Mason after many years as an expert at Sotheby’s New York. Mason served as a General Appraiser from 1979-1985, and as a Senior Vice President and specialist in Chinese art with Sotheby’s Chinese Works of Art Department from 1985-2003.

Lark E. Mason, President of Lark Mason Associates

Lark E. Mason, President of Lark Mason Associates

From 2000-2003 he was a Director of Online Auctions for Sothebys.com, and served as a consulting curator at the Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, Texas from 2003-2009. He is noted for his regular appearances on PBS series, The Antiques Roadshow. He is the owner and CEO of iGavel Auctions.

Lark Mason Associates regularly hosts sales on the iGavel Auctions platform and has an established history of record sales of Chinese and other works of art.

Auction Results | October 1-15

Items offered in iGavel Auctions’ Asian, Ancient & Ethnographic Works of Art topped the auction results of this two week period. Top lots include Chinese Landscape Decorated Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup, 17th Century, Chinese Porcelain Flambe Glazed Hu Form Vase, Qianlong Mark and Period, Chinese Polychrome Wood Guanyin, 19th c., Chinese Parcel Gilt Lacquered Bronze Seated Figure with Wood Stand, Ming Dynasty and Chinese Carved Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup with Daoist Immortals, 17th Century.

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Chinese Landscape Decorated Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup, 17th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 180,000

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Chinese Porcelain Flambe Glazed Hu Form Vase, Qianlong Mark and Period

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 138,001

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Chinese Parcel Gilt Lacquered Bronze Seated Figure with Wood Stand, Ming Dynasty

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 89,401

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4

Chinese Polychrome Wood Guanyin, 19th c.

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 84,600

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Chinese Carved Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup with Daoist Immortals, 17th century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 69,000

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Other notable lots include:

Victorian Burl-Walnut Kidney Shaped Pedestal Desk, Stamped James Winter & Son, Circa 1840
$ 66,000

Pair of Small Chinese Carved Cinnabar Lacquer Cabinets, 19th/20th C.
$ 56,415

Chinese Porcelain Peachbloom Bowl, Kangxi Mark and Period
$ 56,400

Chinese Black Lacquer and Kingfisher Feather Landscape, 19th century
$ 55,080

Set of Three Gilt-Bronze Buddha Statues
53,160

Victorian Burl-Walnut Kidney Shaped Pedestal Desk Achieves $66,000 on iGavel Auctions

Everard & Company’s recent Property from the Estate of Harry Lane, Savannah, GA and Other Owners online auction on iGavel Auctions achieved a successful 76% sale rate with 971 bids, surpassing estimates.

615928_001The Highlight of the sale was a 1840s Victorian Burl-Walnut Kidney Shaped Pedestal Desk, Stamped James Winter & Son. James Winter and Son appears to have been a furniture retailer. The business commenced at 101 Wardour Street in 1823, and, after 1840, moving to 151/153/155 Wardour Street. Although the desk is not stamped by a particular maker, this pattern was produced by such firms as Gillows, Hindley and Holland & Sons. The design relates to an entry in the Gillow Estimate Sketch book (1840) for An Oak Pedestal and Kidney Table supplied to Ferguson & Co. The model is derived from a design published by Thomas Sheraton in his The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing Book, London 1802, pl.58. The desk achieved $66,000 with Buyer’s Premium over 42 bids, far surpassing its high estimate of $7,000.

Another highlight 615903_001from the auction was a Monograph of the Paradiseidae, or Birds of Paradise, Bower-birds, Volumes I and II by R. Bowdler Sharpe, 1891-1898. It printed by Taylor and Francis, Fleet Street for Henry Sotheran and Co. with later colored plates. The books are bound in full Moroccan leather with gilt tooling to covers, 5 raised bands to spine and gilt lettering, and were purchased from Henry Sotheran and Co. in the mid 1990′s. This monograph achieved a $17,430, surpassing the estimate.

615469_001Asian highlights from the sale was a Himalayan gilt copper figure of a Buddhist deity, Mahakala. The price was realized for $ 4,033 amid strong international bidding, achieving 20 bids against the high estimate of $600.

Auction Results | September 16 – 30

Selections from Nye & Company’s September Fine and Decorative Arts Auction Featuring Silver topped the auction results of this period. Top lots include Pair of Asian Motif Watercolors on Paper, William Alexander (English 1767-1816), Tiffany&Co Makers 7-Piece “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Coffee&Tea Service, 19th C, Georg Jensen Copenhagen Sterling Silver Hand Hammered Lidded Wine Cooler,Denmark, 20th C., Gorham Sterling Silver Polar Exploration Oval Ice Bucket, American, 19th C. and Twelve Tiffany&Co. Makers “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Dinner Plates, 19th C.

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Pair of Asian Motif Watercolors on Paper, William Alexander (English 1767-1816)

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 55,200

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Tiffany & Co Makers 7-Piece “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Coffee&Tea Service, 19th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 54,012

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3Georg Jensen Copenhagen Sterling Silver Hand Hammered Lidded Wine Cooler, Denmark, 20th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 44,400

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4Gorham Sterling Silver Polar Exploration Oval Ice Bucket,American, 19th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 30,630

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5Twelve Tiffany & Co. Makers “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Dinner Plates, 19th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 25,338

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Other notable lots include:

Tiffany&Co Makers Greek Revival Style Sterling Silver Eight Piece Coffee&Tea Service, 19th C.
$ 25,209

Oil on Canvas, Bucolic Harbor Scene, Continental, 18th/19th C.
$ 20,413

Asian Iron Hexagonal Vase w/ Silver & Gold Inlay
$ 15,600

Black Starr & Frost Sterling Silver Monumental Wine Ewer, American, 19th C.
$ 14,400

Tiffany&Co. Makers “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Footed Centerpiece Bowl, 19th C
14,400

 

Auction Results | August 15 – September 15

Selections from Witherell’s Summer Estates Auction and Abington Auctions’ Summer Sale topped the auction results of this 30 day period. Top lots include 2 Piece Bedroom Suite, Charles Schreibe, Charles Dye Painting, 1944 Martin D-18 Guitar, Awiki Painting and Pair of Ferdinand LeVillain Gilt & Patinated Bronze Urns, Mid to Late 19Th C.

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2 Piece Bedroom Suite, Charles Schreiber

Sold by: Witherell’s

Price Realized
$ 22,801

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Charles Dye Painting

Sold by: Witherell’s

Price Realized
$ 19,920

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3

 1944 Martin D-18 Guitar

Sold by: Witherell’s

Price Realized
$ 8,520

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4

 Awiki Painting

Sold by: Witherell’s

Price Realized
$ 6,420

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5Pair of Ferdinand LeVillain Gilt & Patinated Bronze Urns,Mid to Late 19Th C.

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
$ 6,308

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Other notable lots include:

Small landscape, oil on masonite
$ 4,868

Bisque Head Doll, Depose #10, French, 19th C.
$ 4,868

Antique French Ormolu Lyre Clock, Heavy Gilt & Blue Porcelain, Late 19Th., Early 20Th C
$ 4,860

Wayne Thiebaud Etching
$ 4,680

French Galle (Set of Four) Nesting Tables
$ 4,342

 

Auction Results | July 15 – August 15

iGavel Auctions had a successful month with associate sellers Litchfield County Auctions, Nye & Company and Everard & Company showing strong numbers and competitive bidding in their respective sales. Top lots include Herbert Haseltine, French-American, 1877-1962, Bronze ‘Middlewhite Sow’, 1930, Ushak Carpet, Turkish, 19th/20th C., Wilson Henry Irvine, American, (1869-1936), Townscape (Charleston, SC), Pablo Picasso, Corrida with Figures, 1950, Madoura, white earthenware charger and Pieter Barranti (Italian, 19th Century), ‘Sogno D’Amore’, Marble Sculpture, 19th Century.

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Herbert Haseltine, French-American, 1877-1962, Bronze ‘Middlewhite Sow’, 1930

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 42,000

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Ushak Carpet, Turkish, 19th/20th C.

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 36,000

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3

 Wilson Henry Irvine, American, (1869-1936), Townscape (Charleston, SC)

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 32,400

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 Pablo Picasso, Corrida with Figures, 1950, Madoura, white earthenware charger

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 18,600

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5Pieter Barranti (Italian, 19th Century), ‘Sogno D’Amore’, Marble Sculpture, 19th Century

Sold by: Everard & Company

Price Realized
$ 12,601

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Other notable lots include:

Agra Carpet, India, first half of 20th C. , off white ground
$ 9,901

Oil on Canvas, Woman Seated at Table, Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-1985)
$ 2,220

Frederick Rondel, Sr., American, 1826-1892, Ships in NY Harbor at Night, O/C
$ 9,900

Group of Three Glass, Steel and Ultra Suede Armchairs, Italian, c. 1980′s
$ 9,840

Fifth Avenue, Johann Berthelsen, oil on canvas
9,000

Auction Results | July 1-15

Associate seller Abington Auction Gallery accumulated the highest bids on iGavel during the first half of July in their Abington Auction’s June Sale. The lots include Carl C. M. Rungius (American, 1869-1959) ‘Study Of A Moose Head’, O/C signed, Pair Of French Directoire Patinated Bronze Ormolu Or Gilt Bronze Blackamoor Candelabras, Cj Vander, Ltd 105 Pc. Flatware Set, 180 T.O. Without Knives, Rare Empire Gilt-Bronze-Silver Mystery Clock and Pair Of Late 19Th C. Italian Marble Top Commodes.

1

Carl C. M. Rungius (American, 1869-1959) ‘Study Of A Moose Head’, O/C signed

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
$ 16,200

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2Pair Of French Directoire Patinated Bronze Ormolu Or Gilt Bronze Blackamoor Candelabras

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
$ 9,300

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3Cj Vander, Ltd 105 Pc. Flatware Set, 180 T.O. Without Knives

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
9,180

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4Rare Empire Gilt-Bronze-Silver Mystery Clock

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
8,700

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5
Pair Of Late 19Th C. Italian Marble Top Commodes

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
4,358

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Other notable lots include:

Pair Of Lalique Swans On Mirror
$ 3,360

French Empire Marble & Bronze Urns
$ 2,220

Venice canal scene, o/c
$ 1,902

Niek Van Der Plas, Dutch B. 1954, ’Still Life With Flowers And Fruit’, Oil On Panel, Signed
$ 1,680

Robert Kipniss Oil on Canvas
$ 1,680

Auction Results | June 16-30

Selections from iGavel associate sellers South Bay Auctions, Lark Mason Associates, and Nye and Company topped the first half month’s auction results. Top lots include an early ink and wash drawing of two figures, Bronze Figure of Standing Subrahmanya, Carl C. M. Rungius’s ‘Study Of A Moose Head,’ Bronze Figure of Bhairavi, and Tiffany Linenfold Glass and Favrile Gilt Bronze Table Lamp, ca. 1905.

3378005aEarly Ink and Wash Drawing of Two Figures

Sold by: South Bay Auction

Price Realized

$44,400

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5167-38

Bronze Figure of Standing Subrahmanya, South India, 18th C.

Sold by: Nye and Company

Price Realized

$16,200

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Carl C. M. Rungius (American, 1869-1959) ‘Study of a Moose Head’

Sold by: Abington Auction

Price Realized

$16,200

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5167-9a

Bronze Figure of Bhairavi, East India, 12th C.

Sold by: Nye and Company

Price Realized

$15,000

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Tiffany Linenfold Glass and Favrile Gilt Bronze Table Lamp, ca. 1905

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized

$10,620

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Other notable lots include:

Gilt-Bronze Figure of Avalokitesvara. Tibet, 18th C.

$9,300

Pair Of French Directoire Patinated Bronze Ormolu Or Gilt Bronze Blackamoor Candelabras

$9,300

Cj Vander, Ltd 105 Pc. Flatware Set, 180 T.O. Without Knives

$9,180

Rare Empire Gilt-Bronze-Silver Mystery Clock

$8,700

Bronze Figure of Vajrapani, Western Tibet

$8,700

Auction Results | June 1-15

Selections in our FR3SH category from iGavel associate sellers South Bay Auctions and Daniel Cooney Fine Art in their Photographs auction topped the first half month’s auction results. Top lots include Richard Avedon, Dr. Lothar Kalinowsky, Psychiatrist, New York, NY, 1970 Photograph, Large Asian painted silk scroll, Ber-Ber Moroccan large antique necklace, Annie Leibovitz, Lance Armstrong, 1999 Photograph and Mike Disfarmer, Two Young Men, c. 1940′s Vintage Photograph.

1

Richard Avedon, Dr. Lothar Kalinowsky, Psychiatrist, New York, NY, 1970, Photograph

Sold by: Daniel Cooney Fine Art

Price Realized
$ 3,720

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2

Large Asian painted silk scroll

Sold by: South Bay Auction

Price Realized
$ 2,466

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3

Ber-Ber Moroccan large antique necklace

Sold by: South Bay Auctions

Price Realized
$ 2,280

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4

Annie Leibovitz, Lance Armstrong, 1999, Photograph

Sold by: Daniel Cooney Fine Art

Price Realized
$ 1,866

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5

Mike Disfarmer, Two Young Men, c. 1940′s Vintage Photograph

Sold by: Daniel Cooney Fine Art

Price Realized
$ 1,800

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Other notable lots include:

Mike Disfarmer, Young Couple, Man on Crutches, c. 1940′s Vintage Photograph
$ 1,800

American coin silver three piece tea set, Joel Sayre
$ 1,702

Edward Weston, Nautilus, 1927 Photograph
$ 1,440

David Armstrong, Framed Portrait of Christopher Wool, Elizabeth Street, NYC, 1980, Photograph
$ 1,380

Edward Weston, Pepper Number 30, 1930 Photograph
1,320

Auction Results | May 16-31

Four iGavel associates were on the top five on this period’s auction results. The lots include Thai Bronze Buddha, Asian photo album with approx (70) photographs, Chinese 20th C. Ink & Color on Paper Hanging scroll, Al Hirschfeld Lithograph, The Beatles at Abbey Road, (American, 1903-2003) and Leica VIIIs Projector with 5cm f/2 Summar and POLAR Stereo Projection Accessory Equipment.

2969484

Thai Bronze Buddha

Sold by: Elder’s Antiques

Price Realized
$ 16,800

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2985208

Asian photo album with approx (70) photographs

Sold by: Southbay Auctions

Price Realized
$ 7,801

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2969543

Chinese 20th C. Ink & Color on Paper Hanging scroll

Sold by: Elder’s Antiques

Price Realized
$ 6,120

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2969168

Al Hirschfeld Lithograph, The Beatles at Abbey Road, (American, 1903-2003)

Sold by: Nye & Company

Price Realized
$ 5,161

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2967100

Leica VIIIs Projector with 5cm f/2 Summar and POLAR Stereo Projection Accessory Equipment

Sold by: Everard & Company

Price Realized
$ 5,066

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Other notable lots include:

Chinese 20th C. Jadeite Bowl
$ 4,221

Chinese Qing Dynasty Circular Double D Form Hardwood Table
$ 3,960

Nippon-Kogaku 5cm f/2 Chrome
$ 3,720

Leica Tri-Lens Turret OROLF
$ 3,360

Rare Nippon Regno-Nikkor 5cm f/2 Chrome for Hansa Seiki/Canon
3,300

Auction Results | May 1-15

iGavel Auctions’ Asian, Ancient and Ethnographic Works of Art auction top the auction results for the first half of May. These lots include Chinese Grayish-White Jade Cup Stand, 20th Century, Chinese ‘Three Friends’ Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup, 17th/18th Century, Chinese Huanghuali and Hongmu Cabinet with Carved Dragon Doors, 20th Century, Chinese Enamel Decorated Porcelain Peach Vase, 18th Century and Chinese Archaistic Rhinoceros Horn Cup, 17th/18th Century.

1

 

Chinese Grayish-White Jade Cup Stand, 20th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 216,001

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2

Chinese ‘Three Friends’ Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup, 17th/18th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 162,000

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3


Chinese Huanghuali and Hongmu Cabinet with Carved Dragon Doors, 20th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 144,133

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4

 

Chinese Enamel Decorated Porcelain Peach Vase, 18th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 138,600

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5


Chinese Archaistic Rhinoceros Horn Cup, 17th/18th Century

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 120,000

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Other notable lots include:

Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Lotus Decorated Cup, 17th Century
$ 110,400

Chinese Gilt Bronze Standing Buddha on Lotus Base, 17th/18th Century
$ 108,136

Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup with Magnolia and Prunus, Late 17th Century
$ 96,000

Chinese Imperial Ancestor Portrait, Color Inks on Silk, 19th Century
$ 90,000

Alexander Calder, American, 1898-1976, “Red Core,” 1966, Gouache
81,000

Auction Results | April 1-15

The first half of April sales on iGavel Auctions saw strong prices and competitive bidding. The top five lots accumulated $64,417 over 104 bids.  The lots include: a Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue and White Porcelain Vase; a Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue & White Porcelain Vase; a Chinese Calligraphic Inscription, Ink on Paper; a 20th Century/Modern; a Pennsylvania Walnut Tall Case Clock c. 1800 and a William Castle Keith, American 1864-1927, ‘Dans le Jardin du Luxembourg’, oil/panel, signed.

2908276

Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue and White Porcelain Vase

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 24,000

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2909347

Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue & White Porcelain Vase

Sold by: Litchfield County Auctions

Price Realized
$ 19,933.20

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2914789

Chinese Calligraphic Inscription, Ink on Paper, 20th Century/Modern

Sold by: Lark Mason Associates

Price Realized
$ 12,165.60

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2914794

A Pennsylvania Walnut Tall Case Clock c. 1800

Sold by: Locati Auctions

Price Realized
$ 4,200

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2921637

William Castle Keith, American 1864-1927, ‘Dans le Jardin du Luxembourg’, oil/panel, signed

Sold by: Abington Auction Gallery

Price Realized
$ 4,119.60

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Other notable lots include:

Fine Pair of Sterling Master Salts by George Smith III, 1768
$ 3,902

Dunhill sterling silver cigar lighter in maritime theme
$ 3,120

A Pair of 19th Century Glass and Gilt Bronze Vases
$ 2,523

Two Chinese Wood, Ivory, Mother of Pearl, Lacquer and Other Gaming Sets, c. 1850
$ 1,857

A Chinese Bronze Censer
$ 1,824

Auction Results | March 16-31

Three of iGavel’s associate sellers have received exceptional auction results with competitive bidding during the second half of March, 2013. The five top lots have totaled $60,901 over 90 bids. The lots include Purportedly a Partial Torso of Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, Probably Greek, 2nd Century BC, Charles Loloma Cuff Bracelet, Native American, silver, turquoise, gold and stone inlay, Chinese Porcelain Figure of Kwan Yin, Karl Springer Console Cabinet, 20th C. and Oil on Board, Floral Still Life Geraniums, Boris Grigoriev (Russian 1886-1939)

1

Purportedly a Partial Torso of Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, Probably Greek, 2nd Century BC

Price Realized
$ 19,800

2

Charles Loloma Cuff Bracelet, Native American, silver, turquoise, gold and stone inlay

Price Realized
$ 13,801

3

Chinese Porcelain Figure of Kwan Yin

Price Realized
$ 13,200

4

Karl Springer Console Cabinet, 20th C.

Price Realized
$ 7,500

5

Oil on Board, Floral Still Life Geraniums, Boris Grigoriev (Russian 1886-1939)

Price Realized
$ 6,600

Other notable lots include:

Room Size Mahal Carpet, late 19th/20th C.
$ 6,000

Three Oval Oils on Board, World Tour, Turkey, 20th C.
5,520

Ladies 18K Yellow Gold, Diamond and Sapphire Bangle Bracelet
$ 5,460

Pair of Louis XVI Style Marble Top Mahogany Side Cabinets, 20th C.
$ 5,220

Alexander Vasiliev Gine, Russian, 1830-1880, Figures Overlooking Mountain Rapids, O/C
$ 4,680

Auction Results | March 1-15

The first half of the month’s top five lots were offered by Daniel Cooney Fine Art and Everard & Company, totaling more than $45,000 over 61 bids. Top lots include Robert Mapplethorpe, Three Portraits of Ron Stevens, Unique Triptych in Artist’s Frame, 1978Jack Pierson, Eric’s Back, 1993, Large Scale Color Photograph, J. Bernard, Through the Keyhole, Oil on Wood Board, Six Signed Gregory Crewdson Photographs, c. 2000 and Peter Hujar, Vintage Photograph, 1989.

 1

Robert Mapplethorpe, Three Portraits of Ron Stevens, Unique Triptych in Artist’s Frame, 1978

Price Realized
$ 18,000

 2

Jack Pierson, Eric’s Back, 1993, Large Scale Color Photograph

Price Realized
$ 9,600

 3

J. Bernard, Through the Keyhole, Oil on Wood Board

Price Realized
$ 8,940

 4

Six Signed Gregory Crewdson Photographs, c. 2000

Price Realized
$ 6,300

 5

Peter Hujar, Vintage Photograph, 1989

Price Realized
$ 6,300

Other notable lots include:

Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987), Paris Review, Color Screenprint
$ 5,160

18K Gold Cuff Bracelet, c. 1980
$ 6,300

Two Duane Michals Photographs, Rene Magritte and Reclining Figure, 1965 – 1968
$ 3,960

Antonio Frilli (Italian, 1860-1920), Nude with Pedestal, Marble, c. 1915
$ 3,600

Pair of Victorian Walnut Leather Upholstered Corner Club Chairs, circa 1860
$ 3,240

 

Auction Results | February 1-15

The first half of the month saw strong competitive bidding resulting Litchfield County Auctions’s Winter Antiques & Modern Sale to top this period’s auction results. Top lots include Baroque Carved Marine Ivory Covered Master Salt Cellar, Probably 17th C. German, One Chinese Huanghuali Stool, 17th C., Together with another Stool, Set of 4 Louis XIV Walnut and Gilt Fauteuils, Circa 1700 with later restorations, Daum Nancy Cameo Glass “Autumn” Four Season Table Lamp, France, 20th C. and Jean Puiforcat, Artist Signed Sterling Silver Bowl, with onyx handle.

Baroque Carved Marine Ivory Covered Master Salt Cellar, Probably 17th C. German

Price Realized
$ 55,200

One Chinese Huanghuali Stool, 17th C., Together with another Stool

Price Realized
$ 24,000

Set of 4 Louis XIV Walnut and Gilt Fauteuils, Circa 1700 with later restorations

Price Realized
$ 23,400

Daum Nancy Cameo Glass “Autumn” Four Season Table Lamp, France, 20th C.

Price Realized
$ 19,800

Jean Puiforcat, Artist Signed Sterling Silver Bowl, with onyx handle

Price Realized
$ 19,800

Other notable lots include:

Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue and White Porcelain Vase, 19th C.
$ 18,600

Chinese Baluster Shaped Blue & White Porcelain Vase,L 19th-20th C., w/ deer and cranes
$ 16,934

Kim Sou, Korean, b.1919, Woman’s Face and Houses, oil on canvas
$ 15,000

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Oval Center Piece Bowl
$ 15,000

Jose de Guimaraes, Portuguese b.1939, “Jogador de futebol (Footballer), 1980″
$ 13,800

Sale Results | Nye & Company’s Pop Culture Collection, Americana, Fine Art & Decorative Objects

Nye and Company’s recent auction of rock and roll memorabilia, Americana, fine art, and decorative objects featured a number of notable items including a Daum Nancy Cameo Glass “Autumn” Four Season Table Lamp, an Aquatint Etching by Pablo Picasso, a guitar signed by Pete Townshend of the Who, and a print of a painting by Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead.

Daum Nancy Cameo Glass “Autumn” Four Season Table Lamp, France, 20th C.

Price Realized
$ 19,800

Oil on Canvas Board, American, 20th C.

Price Realized
$ 6,300

Aquatint Etching, Pablo Picasso (Spanish,1881-1973)”Leiris #156″, 1968

Price Realized
$ 2,880

Pete Townshend Signed Takamine EG-33OC Acoustic Guitar

Price Realized
$ 2,400


Print, Jerry Garcia (American, 1942-1995), California Mission

Price Realized
$ 1,800

Auction Results | January 16-31

Selections from Witherell’s “Estate of Robert M. Soares” dominated the last half of January’s auction results. Top lots from the sale include Louis Ernest Barrias (French) Gilt & Alabaster Bronze,Nature Disrobing For The Sciences, 19 c., Isidore Jules Bonheur (French, 1827-1901) Le Grand Jockey, Bronze, 19th C, Emile-Edmond Peynot (French, 1850-1932) Young Tunisian Merchant, Bronze, 19th C, Seven Piece Gorham Sterling Tea Service, 20th C and French Bronze Andiron Facades, 19th C.

Louis Ernest Barrias (French) Gilt & Alabaster Bronze,Nature Disrobing For The Sciences, 19 c.

Price Realized
$ 23,040

Isidore Jules Bonheur (French, 1827-1901) Le Grand Jockey, Bronze, 19th C

Price Realized
$ 11,100

Emile-Edmond Peynot (French, 1850-1932) Young Tunisian Merchant, Bronze, 19th C

Price Realized
$ 11,100

Seven Piece Gorham Sterling Tea Service, 20th C

Price Realized
$ 9,954

French Bronze Andiron Facades, 19th C

Price Realized
$ 9,900

Other notable lots include:

Carved Alabaster Figural Lamp & Pedestal, circa 1900
$ 3,600

Pierre Jules Mene (French, 1810-1877), Bronze, Picador a Cheval, 19th C
$ 3,480

A Peruvian Sterling Silver Tea Set with Tray
$ 3,360

Pierre Jules Mene (French, 1810-1879) Bronze, The Arab Falconer, 19th C
$ 2,972

Pair of English Sterling Candlesticks, circa 1756
$ 2,880

Auction Results | January 1-15

South Bay Auctions had a successful start to new year and topped this half month’s auction results in our FR3SH category. Top lots of this period includes R & W Wilson Silverplated Covered Warming Dish, Russian .875 Silver Fish Tray, Carnelian Carved Frog on Wood Stand, Group of (2) 18k Gold Animal Pins and Large Group of (8) Asian Embroidered Textiles.

 

R & W Wilson Silverplated Covered Warming Dish

Price Realized
$ 2,161.20

Russian .875 Silver Fish Tray

Price Realized
$ 1,860.00

Carnelian Carved Frog on Wood Stand

Price Realized
$ 1,320.00

Group of (2) 18k Gold Animal Pins

Price Realized
$ 1,210.80

Large Group of (8) Asian Embroidered Textiles

Price Realized
$ 1,198.80

Other notable lots include:

American Four-Piece Tea Set, Reed and Barton, and a Tiffany Plate, 20th Century
$ 3,600

Group of (4) Sterling Silver Items
$ 3,480

Group of (2) 14k Gold Brooches
$ 3,360

Famille Noir Porcelain Double Vase
$ 2,972

Group of (5) Gold Animal Themed Jewelry Pins
$ 2,880

Auction Results | December 16-23

Nye & Company Auctioneers and Appraisers have once again topped a weekly auction result with their recent Fine & Decorative Arts, Silver and Collectibles auction. Top selections include Federal Satinwood Inlaid Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, New York, c 1840, Oil on Board, Marine Scene, Antonio Jacobsen (American, 1850-1921), Queen Anne Figured Maple High Chest of Drawers, Pennsylvania, mid-18th C., Pablo Picasso and Madoura, “Cavalier et Cheval”, Painted Ceramic Pitcher, 20th Century and Set of 14 Walnut Chairs by Baker.

Federal Satinwood Inlaid Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, New York, c 1840

Price Realized
$ 55,200

Oil on Board, Marine Scene, Antonio Jacobsen (American, 1850-1921)

Price Realized
$ 10,500

Queen Anne Figured Maple High Chest of Drawers, Pennsylvania, mid-18th C.

Price Realized
$ 6,000

Pablo Picasso and Madoura, “Cavalier et Cheval”, Painted Ceramic Pitcher, 20th Century

Price Realized
$ 4,560

Set of 14 Walnut Chairs by Baker

Price Realized
$ 3,601

Other notable lots include:

14K Yellow Gold Cigarette Case, 20th C.
$ 3,600

Antique Apache Pepper-Box Revolver with Fold-Out Knife, French, late 19th C.
$ 3,480

Oil on Canvas, Woman at her Desk, Letitia B. Hart (American, 1867-1953)
$ 3,360

Two Leather Red Painted Fire Buckets, English, 18th/19th C.
$ 2,972

Towle Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Madeira Pattern, American, 20th C.
$ 2,880