Property from a Southern Gentleman, Savannah, GA and Other Owners July 10th-July 25th Preview in Savannah, GA 2436 Waters Ave. @ the corner of 42nd St. Reception, Thursday, July 19th, 5-7pm Friday, July 20th, 10-4 Saturday, July 21st, 10-4 Phone: 912-231-1376 E-mail: email@example.com Buyer_s Premium: 20% Much of the property in this auction comes from a gentleman who lived his whole life in the same historic house in downtown Savannah. He inherited items from various relatives, including the Charleston painter May Paine and his mother Harriet Lawrence (Cann) Huston, a well known Savannah watercolorist who exhibited at the Telfair Museum of Art with contemporary Leonora Quarterman in 1950. Harriet Huston was a good friend of the New York Socialite Margaret Screven Duke and her diplomat husband. Both Harriet and Margaret were from Savannah and were artists. Margaret gave Harriet many objects and paintings over the years, which you will see labeled with her name. Highlights from the collection include an Anglo-Indian Ivory Jewelry Chest with miniatures of Jerome Bonaparte (1784-1860), brother of Napoleon I, and his wife Elizabeth Patterson of Baltimore. There are many other miniatures, as well as objets de vertu, including silver and enamel boxes, chinese export porcelain, Steuben and furniture including a Tiffany tall case clock and an Italian Ebonized and Ivory Cabinet on Stand. Other furniture highlights include a Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock, by Peter Lupp of New Brunswick, NJ and a large American Classical Giltwood Girandole Mirror. Fine Art highlights from the sale include a painting of a beach scene by Edward Potthast, a Reynolds Beal painting titled Ivy League Rowing Regatta, Poughkeepsie, NY_ and a domestic scene by Victor Gilbert. Other artwork includes a large group of vintage photographs, comprising cabinet cards of Abraham Lincoln, a portrait of Gertrude Stein and many more. Enjoy the auction! Amanda and Chris Everard www.everardandcompany.com E2RC
Tuesday, January 29th, 5-7pm
Wednesday, January 30th, 10-5pm
Thursday, January 31st, 10-5pm
This auction features Asian and Ethnographic art from the Collection of Ron Krannich that he amassed over the last 35 years. As a travel writer he spanned the globe, and as a collector he purchased items he was passionate about along the way.
Other highlights in the auction include American, English and French 18th and 19th century furniture and decorations, the steel sculpture featured above by Ernest Trova, a bronze of Cupid and Psyche by Eugene-Ernest Chretien, a 16th century portrait of Virgin and Child from the Circle of Pieter Coecke van Aelst, several works by Savannah artists Myrtle Jones, Christopher Murphy Jr. and Sr., Hattie Saussy and others.
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Amanda and Chris Everard