Litchfield County Auctions

Litchfield County Auctions & Appraisals is an Auction House, featuring fine art, antique & modern furniture, silver, rugs, jewellery, couture, pottery, porcelain, glass, ethnographic arts and more. They host major sales five times per year presenting fresh-to-the-market property from Estates and Collections in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and beyond.
Growing out of Weston Thorn’s successful antiques business that began nearly 30 years ago, LCA held its first auction in 1994. Year by year, sales have grown from that first auction of just over one hundred thousand dollars to sales over a million dollars, and from lot counts in the low hundreds to sales featuring over 1000 lots. Many major collections have been sold over the years, including property from the collection of Mike Nichols & Diane Sawyer, the estate of Opera Diva Anna Moffo, the estate of celebrated photographer Horst P. Horst and from the estate of renowned collector Alice Lawrence, and many others.

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Mid-Century Modern Modular Wall Shelf Unit
Adjustable configurations to shelf arrangements. Shelves rest on metal hoop hangers that fit into pre-drilled holes in sides of standards. Dark stained teak veneer shelves in a matte finish. Possibly by Poul Cadovius for "Cado" Royal Systems. c.1960's. (NN9400)[JP] Litchfield County Auctions
Leo Lionni, Artists Proofs & lithos, poster&print
Leo Lionni, Holland,1910-1999, 2 Trees, artists proofs with personal dedication, 2 lithographs "La Mosella", an Exhibition Lehman College Art Gallery Poster,1990 ,and color print,all signed (6 Pcs) Note: Leo Lionni wrote and illustrated more than 40 highly acclaimed children’s books. He received the 1984 American Institute of Graphic Arts Gold Medal and was a four-time Caldecott Honor Winner—for Inch by Inch, Frederick, Swimmy, and Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse. (JDUN2139/6){MM} Property Title / Biography: Litchfield County Auctions is pleased to offer highlights from the modern art collection of the famed interior designer and artist Jack Dunbar. As a student at the Cleveland School of art, Dunbar had a sense that his career would be entwined in the arts, specifically design and architecture.  Reflective of his gifted talents, he was awarded a 1946 Taliesin Fellowship study with the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Wisconsin. Dunbar was heavily influenced by the work of Hungarian modernist artist László Moholy-Nagy, founder of Chicago’s Institute of Art and Design, as well as his own personal travels throughout Europe visiting many architectural landmarks.  Upon his return, he landed his first job in New York as assistant to the architectural photographer Ezra Stoller. He later worked at Harper’s Bazaar with Alexy Bradovich, Carmel Snow, and Diana Vreeland. Dunbar also designed book jackets and posters for the Museum of Modern Art which led to showroom design for Herman Miller. In 1956, he joined Skidmore Owings and Merrill for which he designed many corporate headquarters worldwide. Dunbar was also responsible for assembling major modern art collections. In 1977, Dunbar launched his own design firm with partner Lydia dePolo.  In 1987 he was inducted into the prestigious Interior Designers of America Hall of Fame, today he focuses on his own artwork in his Connecticut studio.Measurements: Trees: 9 x 6, framed 17 1/2 x 14, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2, paper 15 1/2 x 11 1/2,Condition: 2/3 towards bottom minor roll creases, some foxing to La Mosella, all others good Litchfield County Auctions
Picasso's Ceramic "Tauromachie Bowl", 1954
Pablo Picasso, Spanish, 1881 to 1973, " Scene de Tauromachie" bowl, 1954, white earthenware, decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze. stamped on bottom "Madoura Empriente Originale De Picasso", 53/150(DJOD5239)(WK).Property Title: Deaccessioned From DeRempich Fine Arts, New York and Lausanne. .Measurements: 6.5 Dia.Condition: In very good condition. Litchfield County Auctions
4 pc. .800 Silver Tea Set w/ Additions
4 pc. .800 silver tea set with additions. Comprising a footed 4 pc. swirled tea set with another creamer and sugar. Total weight approx. 34.4 ozt (QHABE6353/6) {PR} Litchfield County Auctions
2 Persian Vases, 19th C. or Earlier, on stands
2 Persian Vases, 19th C. or Earlier along with two stands, one carved (JBEN8159/4) (MM) Litchfield County Auctions
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