17th century to mid-century international appeal at Terri Peters & Associates’ online auction, Oct. 14th

TP image 1 Original Andy Warhol ink drawing (not a print), signed by the Pop Art icon and titled Drawing Shoes, a subject that fed into the artist’s shoe and foot fetish.

Terri Peters & Associates’ online-only auction slated for Saturday, October 14th, at 10 am Eastern time, is bursting with more than 450 lots, from the 17th century to mid-20th century. It is truly an international sale. The items, gleaned from prominent New York estates and collections, span the globe. Examples include an 1880s Russian Faberge burl wood box, originally used as a men’s cigarette case and with a Leningrad label on the box; a superb Tiffany & Company bronze and marble mantle clock from circa the 1920s, all original; and a 17th century German faience lobed blue and white dish, decorated in under glaze blue.

TP image 2 Late 17th century German faience lobed blue and white dish, decorated in under glaze blue, in the Chinese Transitional style.

Additional expected top lots include an original Andy Warhol ink drawing (not a print), signed by the Pop Art icon and titled Drawing Shoes, a subject that fed into his shoe and foot fetish; an original signed Wassily Kandinsky (Russian 1866-1944) gouache on paper (again, not a print), dated 1937 and with the Paris gallery label; a spectacular antique Chinese teakwood rose medallion arm chair, elaborately decorated with mother of pearl inlay; a rare 1920s Sinclair / Mottville caned ocean liner deck chair with thatched split seat; an original painting by Alfred Vickers (Br., 1810-1837); and a Salvador Dali signed litho. For more info, click here.

TP image 3 Spectacular antique Chinese teakwood rose medallion arm chair, elaborately decorated with mother of pearl inlay.

 

 

 

Simpson Galleries, having survived Harvey, is storming back with a huge sale Oct. 14-15

SG image 1 Mixed media on paper painting by Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer (Am., 1912-1997), Untitled, Cluster Series (1972), 30 inches by 40 inches, artist signed (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Simpson Galleries in Houston, Texas was knocked down but not out by Hurricane Harvey, forcing the firm to move up a planned Sept. 23-24 Fine Art & Antiques Auction to Oct. 14-15. But attendees will agree it was worth the wait. On offer will be an eclectic mix that embodies the art of collecting, from the Roman era to the modern and contemporary. Highlights include a palatial antique Persian Bakhtiari carpet measuring more than 26 feet in length; bronze works by Clodion and van Wouw; and paintings by artists such as Fritz Zuber-Buhler, Ida R. Kohlmeyer, Porfirio Salinas, Gerald Harvey and others.

SG image 2 Patinated bronze sculpture after Antonio Canova (It., 1757-1822), titled Hercules and Lychas, cast by the Delafontaine foundry in Paris, circa 1870-1900 (est. $1,500-$2,500).

Exclusively offered in the auction is the lifetime collection of European furniture and decorative arts from an important private collection in south Texas, including works by some of the most notable artists from the late 19th and early 20th century. Exhibitions will be held in the Simpson Galleries showroom Tuesday thru Friday, Oct. 10-13, featuring a designated space designed by Creative Touch Interiors. Available at auction will be more than 750 pieces from the finest estates in Texas and collections from California to New York. Of course, online bidding will be available, as will telephone and absentee bidding. Click here to find out more

SG image 3 Japy Freres gilt bronze mounted Sevres-style mantle clock, (Paris, circa 1880), stamped with the Japy Freres Medaille d’Honneur pastille mark (est. $800-$1,200).

 

 

 

Kaminski’s online and on-site auction, Oct. 14, will feature fine items from a physician’s estate

KA image 1 Oil on canvas painting by Aldro T. Hibbard (Am., 1886-1972), titled Winter Scene in Vermont (est. $7,000-$12,000).

Kaminski Auctions’ Saturday, October 14th auction will be held online and on-site – at a spectacular country farm setting  in Topsfield, Massachusetts (at 64 Perkins Row), at 10 am Eastern time. Featured will be the American antique collection of Dr. Levitsky, a noted North Shore physician, and his wife. Featured lots will include an oil on canvas by Aldro T. Hibbard (Am., 1886-1972), titled Winter Scene in Vermont (est. $7,000-$12,000); a Philip and Kelvin LaVerne “Chan” glass-top coffee table (est. $6,000-$9,000); and a fine KPM large porcelain plaque of a young girl reading, signed “H. Meisel”.

KA image 2 Fine KPM large porcelain plaque of a young girl reading, signed “H. Meisel”, 15 ½ inches by 18 ½ inches in the frame.

Additional paintings will include works by Tomaso de Simone (It., 1805-1888), Thomas Buttersworth (Br., 1768-1842), and Adelaide Palmer (Am., 1851-1928). Furniture will feature a circa 1790 English George III mahogany bow-front chest, an American Hepplewhite mahogany card table and a circa 1720 American William & Mary walnut bonnet-top secretary. Also up for bill will be a pair of black and white painted cows, a 1936 Old Town canoe and River single scull, a 19th century Troughton & Simms (London) brass telescope perched on a wooden tripod, and an 1870s or 1880s Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. Check out more here.

KA image 3 Philip and Kelvin LaVerne “Chan” glass-top coffee table (est. $6,000-$9,000).

 

 

 

 

 

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