Our auction will also present items from the estate of Erik O. Lindblom. Known as the eldest of "The Lucky Swedes", Lindblom, along with his partners Brynteson and Lindberg, discovered the gold fields at Nome, Alaska. During the late 19th century, Lindblom worked his way from Stockholm, Sweden to the United States as a tailor, moving continually westward to San Francisco. When word of gold in Alaska made its way to the bay, Lindblom headed north, eventually striking gold in what is now known as Nome on July 13, 1899. His success in mining continued in California and Nevada. Also known as the owner and operator of the Claremont Hotel in Oakland, California, was a well known and honored citizen until his death in 1928. Preview: By appointment in Sacramento, CA Phone: 916-446-6490 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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