Neue Auctions will be holding a Summer Estates online auction only on Saturday July 24; 380 quality lots will be offered
The focus will be on sterling silver, art glass, lighting, modern and antique furniture, porcelain, glassware, garden sculptures and planters, jewelry, etc.
BEACHWOOD, OH, USA, July 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Neue Auctions has a Summer Estates auction scheduled for Saturday, July 24 at 10:00 a.m. EST, and the focus will be on sterling silver, art glass, lighting fixtures, modern and antique furniture, fine carpets, porcelain, glassware, garden sculptures and planters, fine jewelry and decorative items for the home. Almost 400 lots will be sold.
The auction is online only. There is no concurrent hearing; however, auctions are offered on three platforms: Liveauctioneers, Invaluable and BidSquare. Mail order auctions are always welcome and telephone auctions are available on some lots. Both must be received or scheduled no later than 24 hours before the auction or before 5:00 p.m. on Friday July 23. The auction gallery is open in preview from Monday July 19 to Friday July 23, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day, or by appointment.
Fine jewelry always does well at auction. A dazzling diamond ring featuring a natural 2.5 carat solitaire diamond, set with a 14k white gold prong, graduated SI-2 and H for color, approximately a size 5, has a pre-estimate. sale of $ 6,000 to $ 9,000; while a natural diamond tennis bracelet with a total of 47 ten pointers totaling 4-4.5 carats, pearl set with 14k white gold, should fetch $ 1,000 to $ 2,000.
The tops in the furniture category are a 19th century Empire mahogany flat desk (French writing table with a flat top), with gilt bronze mounts in the shape of crowns and palmettes (estimate: $ 4,000 – 6,000 $); and, just consigned, a Bernhard Rohne engraved bronze credenza for Mastercraft with a brass panel top on three pairs of hinged doors, raised on square feet (estimate: $ 3,000 to $ 5,000).
English furniture will include a mid-19th century Regency secretary’s bookcase, featuring a sliding writing surface over two long hinged cabinet doors, measuring 84 inches high by 72 inches wide; and a Regency flamed mahogany sideboard circa 1830-1850 with molded backsplash centered by a carved scallop motif, 102 inches in length. Both are expected to reach $ 3,000 to $ 5,000.
A Reed and Barton sterling silver tea set with matching sterling silver tray, Model 910, having a kettle on a stand, 10 ½ inches to the top of the finial, with a total weight of 287 oz. troy, is expected to net $ 4,000 to $ 6,000. Also, a Whiting sterling silver cutlery set in the Lily pattern, 112 pieces in all, having a total weight of 129.90 oz. troy, should end up between $ 2,500 and $ 4,500.
They say good things come in pairs. A pair of Corinthian-style carved and gray-painted American pine column capitals, circa 1900, originally carved for a building in Maine, is expected to cost between $ 3,000 and $ 5,000; while a pair of early 20th century cast stone reclining lions, each resting on a rectangular plinth, measuring 24 inches in height (minus custom wooden bases) are expected to fetch $ 2,500 to $ 4,500.
Fans of magnificent pieces of glass will have a lot to consider. Some examples are as follows:
• A large Daum Nancy baluster-shaped glass vase, 21 inches high with a high elongated neck, colored gray glass walls, a cameo carved of a river landscape with tall trees, signed Daum Nancy with the Cross of Lorraine in cameo. Estimate: $ 2,500 to $ 5,000.
• A molded glass sculpture by George Bucquet (American, born 1954) with a large and heavy bowl shape on opalescent lavender glass with iridescent cast copper handle shapes, signed “Bucquet ’03” on the plated base of metal, 8 ¾ inches high. Estimate: $ 1,500 to $ 3,000.
• A Stefano Toso Murano blown glass sculpture in the shape of a cube balanced on a pyramidal base in clear glass, decorated inside in translucent white, cobalt blue and ultramarine with undulating shapes, signed, height 20 inches. Estimate: $ 1,200 to $ 2,000.
• A stoppered Murano Battuto glass bottle, 16 ½ inches high, the shouldered shape tapering towards the base, in ruby red glass nested in pale yellow, signed and dated “Murano 2011”, signed by the artist, with authenticity label for Vetri Artistico Murano. Estimate: $ 1,000 to $ 2,000.
• A glass sculpture by Michael Pavlik (Czech, born 1941), interior blown decorated and cut glass, 1982, signed, dated and numbered (# 1735), 7 inches tall. Estimate: $ 1,000 to $ 1,500.
Persian rugs will also be plentiful and will feature thick plush wool on a Kermin Palace runner cotton weft, 5 feet by 20 feet, in cream color with an understated palette of floral sprays (estimate: $ 2,500 to $ 3,500); and an antique hand-woven woolen Sarouk rug, 14 feet 7 inches by 9 feet 5 inches, with floral urns on a red field and floral scroll border (estimate: $ 2,000 to $ 4,000).
One of the most striking lots in the sale is an unsigned sculpted marble bust of Antonius on a small marble plinth, in very good condition (estimate: $ 1,500 – $ 2,500). Also on sale will be an early 20th century bronze figurative group by Joseph D’Aste (French, 1905-1935), cast in the form of a group of Dutch children climbing a fallen tree trunk, signed (estimate: $ 1,800 – $ 2,500).
A five panel Chinese wallpaper screen, circa 1800, hand decorated with a flower and bamboo garden with birds and insects on a pale blue background, each panel 87 ½ inches high by 18 inches high large, should range from $ 3,000 to $ 5,000; and a square and oval shaped “Okkintok” stoneware vessel by Claude Conover (American, 1907-1994), 19 inches high, decorated with printed circular patterns and a free-form hatch pattern, signed and titled in the base, is expected to reach $ 2,000 to $ 4,000.
Neue Auctions offers a tailor-made experience for sellers and buyers, with items featured fully guaranteed and vetted, and combines regular online auctions with selected art exhibitions and educational opportunities. Offering consignment services for unique items, estates and corporate collections, the firm assists clients in the complicated process of settling estates and downsizing in general, working with individuals, trusts, estates, museums, banks and lawyers.
Neue Auctions continues the history and long-standing tradition of art collecting in Cleveland by offering beautiful works of art for sale, thereby encouraging the present and future generation of collectors. Neue Auctions accepts shipments for future sales. For purchases or consignment inquiries, please call 216-245-6707; or send an email to [email protected]
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