Everard Auctions and Appraisals

2436 Waters Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31404

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Everard Auctions and Appraisals, an online auction venue, established in 2003. Everard Auctions has built their reputation on integrity, personalized service and their extensive market expertise. The majority of our business comes from client referrals. Everard Auctions is a full service online auction house. All our auctions are hosted on iGavelAuctions.com. This allows us to expose our client’s property to an international audience, thus achieving higher results. We hold quarterly Fine and Decorative Art auctions.

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  • Auction Industry, Press Release
    Everard’s Oct. 18-20 Fall Southern Estates auction series highlighted by renowned John and Virginia Duncan collection of antiques and Lowcountry treasures

    Amassed over 75 years, Duncan collection encompasses fine, folk & ethnographic art; antiques, furniture, rare maps and broad range of material culture of Southeastern United States SAVANNAH, Ga. – Everard Auctions takes great pleasure in announcing highlights of its Oct. 18 Fall Southern Estates auction to be followed on October 19-20 by a very special sale of the John and Virginia Duncan collection of fine, folk and ethnographic art and antiques. Bidding options include absentee and live online, with gallery previewing available at specified times.  Leonora Quarterman (Savannah, 1911-1979), ‘Savannah City Market,’ watercolor, 1948. Size: 18½in x 22in. From the John and Virginia Duncan collection, Savannah, Ga. Estimate $2,000-$3,000 Fall Southern Estates Auction – Oct. 18, 2022 The October 18 fine art selection includes two works by famous female artists from the Estate of Betty Melaver, Savannah, Georgia. The first is a colorful untitled Texas landscape by Georgia O’Keeffe (New Mexico/New York, 1887-1986). The 1917 watercolor measures 8¾ inches by 12 inches and is listed as Item 196 in the artist’s catalogue raisonne, which also notes that the artwork is associated with O’Keeffe’s Pink and Green Mountains series. The auction estimate is $100,000-$150,000, with a $90,000 reserve. O’Keeffe’s early watercolors, while not as well known to collectors as her oils, may provide another perspective on a storied career. In 1916, the artist took a job as the chair of the art department at West Texas State Normal College, in Canyon, Texas, where the Pink and Green Mountains series was created the following year. In a similar vein, the watercolor offered by Everard demonstrates her facility with what is widely acknowledged to be a very difficult medium in which to work. By 1918, O’Keeffe had returned to live in New York, where Alfred Stieglitz, her dealer and future husband, encouraged her to move away from watercolor, fearful of its association with amateur women artists. This may help to explain the limited number of watercolors O’Keeffe executed during her career.  The second featured artwork from the Melaver estate is Louise Nevelson’s (New York, 1899-1988) Clouds IV, a 1984 painted wood wall sculpture…

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    Francis Augustus Silva Painting Offered Alongside Decorative Art From Southern & Murray C. Perlman Estates

    Session one of the upcoming Spring Southern Estates event from Everard Auctions and Appraisals will feature fine art, sculptures, furniture, and carpets from collections including the Estate of Murray C. Perlman. Leading session one is Francis Augustus Silva’s Early Morning Sailing. Silva (1835 - 1886) was a second-generation Hudson River School painter from New York. He is best known as an American Luminist painter who captured the marine life around the Hudson River and the coastline of Massachusetts. The available painting shows a sunrise with atmospheric effects. Also notable is an oil on board depicting sharecroppers titled Picking Cotton by William Aiken Walker (1838 - 1921). Three figures pick cotton in a field with cottages in the distance. Walker was a South Carolina artist whose most famous paintings document Southern scenes of plantations, cotton fields, docks, and wood cabins. The available lot is accompanied by a letter from Anne Cohen DePietro, from the Charleston Renaissance Gallery, certifying to her knowledge that the work is an original by Walker. During session two, the catalog features Watson sterling silverware sets, jewelry, and fine armorial china sets. Included is a Watson Sterling silver set containing 143 knives, forks, spoons, pierced serving forks, a scalloped serving spoon, and a cheese knife. An 18th-century Chinese export armorial china set, comprising 14 bowls, plates, and an oval serving dish, each painted with a central shield, is also available in the second session. All the pieces are decorated with garlands and flowers, birds, and a cornucopia. Find the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare. 

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    Everard Auctions will present fine and decorative art of utmost quality from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman and the collection of Alex Raskin on June 1 & 2, 2022

    On June 1-2, 2022, Everard Auctions of Savannah, Georgia, will present fine and decorative art of utmost quality from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman and the collection of Alex Raskin, both of Savannah. SAVANNAH, Ga. – On June 1-2, 2022, Everard Auctions will present a diverse selection of fine and decorative art, featuring property from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman of Savannah, Georgia. Perlman was a prominent Savannah resident who supported numerous organizations dedicated to local historic preservation, including the Historic Savannah Foundation. He was also an owner and partner of Savannah Galleries in historic downtown Savannah, which started selling fine American, English, and French antique furniture in 1968. Porfirio Salinas (Texas, 1910-1973), ‘Blue Bonnets,’ oil on canvas. Estimate $15,000-$20,000; starting bid $10,000 The auction also features property from the collection of Alex Raskin, a Savannah native who has been in the antiques business since the 1970s. He purchased his first storefront on Whitaker Street in historic downtown Savannah in 1978 and moved to the present location on Monterey Square in 1990. He has been a staple in the Savannah antique trade ever since. After more than 50 successful years in the business, Raskin is retiring, and many outstanding items from his collection will be offered in both sessions of Everard’s spring auction.  Fine Art The fine art category of the sale includes a marble sculpture by Italian sculptor Fortunato Galli (Italian, 1850-1918) titled Masquerade. The work is signed on the base F. Galli, and depicts a beautiful masked woman in an elaborate outfit comprised of a corseted top, feathered hat, cape, stockings and boots. The sculpture is from a Georgia private collection and comes to auction with an estimate of $10,000 to $15,000.  A Porfirio Salinas (Texas, 1910-1973) oil-on-canvas titled Blue Bonnets (17½ by 19½ inches) carries an estimate of $15,000 to $20,000. Salinas was a Mexican-American painter best known for his impressionistic landscapes. His most sought-after works depict wildflowers in bloom in the Texas Hill Country. He was a favorite artist of President Lyndon B Johnson, who displayed Salinas artworks in the White House during his term…

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    Philip Taaffe Abstract Art and Harrington Mann Portrait Highlight Winter Southern Estates Sale

    Contemporary American artist Philip Taaffe is best known for his visually stimulating works. His art is a synthesis of cultural motifs, abstract patterns, and process-based techniques. From Islamic mosques to Japanese perforated screens, Taaffe borrows richly from his extensive world travels. His works have been displayed at solo exhibitions, including art galleries in Dublin, Paris, and Brooklyn. Taaffe’s oil on paper mounted to canvas, Anthology III, is a key lot of the upcoming Winter Southern Estates sale at Everard Auctions and Appraisals. Dated 1991-92, the painting highlights dense patterns in shades of green, purple, and pink on a pale yellow background. It is also noteworthy for its iconographic abstraction. A portrait by Scottish artist Harrington Mann depicting his niece, Erminie Pamela Sharpe, also leads the listings. The oil on canvas depicts the young girl dressed in a blue dress and yellow tights with a hula hoop in her hands. A member of the influential Glasgow Boys movement in the 1880s, Harrington shared a collective passion for naturalism and realism. Glasgow School artists painted real people in real settings using techniques considered innovative for the time.  French glassmaker Lalique’s glass and chrome Chene chandelier (1955) is a striking decorative lot. With 12 glass leaf inserts above a domed base and three interior lights, the chandelier is designed with a frosted glass ceiling mount. Fabric covers the metal cable. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.

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    Everard’s Feb. 23-24 auction offers superlative fine and decorative art, jewelry and furnishings from distinguished Southern estates

    Featured: William Kentridge bronze, Philip Taaffe abstract painting, Chagall etchings, Halsman print of iconic Einstein portrait, deaccessioned art from Savannah museum SAVANNAH, Ga. – A growing interest in items that are unique or finely crafted has the auction market off to a robust start in 2022. Everard Auctions & Appraisals’ February 23-24 Winter Southern Estates Auction is ready to meet the demand with more than 650 lots of fine and decorative art from select sources in Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and beyond. Absentee bidding is now in progress, with Internet live bidding slated to begin at 10 a.m. ET on both days of the auction series. Signed bronze is by South African artist William Kentridge (b. 1955-). When rotated, the work changes from an abstract expressionist shape to the form of a nose. Estimate $30,000-$50,000 4 – Anthology III The auction features a wide range of modern and contemporary art, including an important bronze by William Kentridge (NY, South Africa, b. 1955-) titled Sculpture for Return (Commendatore Naso). It is initial-signed WK and numbered 11/12 on the side of the base. When rotated, the sculpture changes to form a nose, hence the “Commander Nose” referenced in the title. “For Kentridge, the process of recording history is constructed from reconfigured fragments to arrive at a provisional understanding of the past—this act of recording, dismembering and reordering crosses over into an essential activity of the studio,” says a commentary from the Marian Goodman Gallery, which notes his interest in “fragmentation and reconnection, the fragility of coherence.” The sculpture comes from a Sea Island, Georgia, estate and is estimated at $30,000-$50,000.  Philip Taaffe’s (b. 1955-) Anthology III, a 28-by-40-inch oil on paper mounted to canvas, is dated 1991-1992 and has an estimate of $10,000-$15,000. “Philip Taaffe is one of the most exciting contemporary artists of his peer group. He is widely known for his large-scale abstracts, and his work is held in a number of public collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney,” said Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions. Marc Chagall (Belorussian/French, 1887-1985) is one of the 20th century’s most…

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    Everard to host Feb. 22 boutique auction of fashion and accessories from estate of beloved Southern humorist Jeanne Robertson

    Featured: Couture, St. John suits and luxury knitwear; handwoven Thai silk jackets, dazzling vintage costume jewelry, Manolo Blahnik shoes SAVANNAH, Ga. – For nearly 60 years, Southern humorist Jeanne Robertson (1943-2021) kept audiences howling with laughter, whether at her in-person appearances or on satellite radio comedy channels. A brilliant observer, Robertson had a talent for spinning yarns to maximum comedic effect. An international legion of fans followed her faithfully on Facebook and viewed her on YouTube more than 100 million times. Jeanne Robertson often worked with New York designers Tom and Linda Platt, who made her a custom citron collarless tunic with covered buttons and matching pants and skirt (not shown here). Estimate $100-$150. The outfit’s accessories include a Pauline Trigere hammered gold-tone collar necklace and earrings by José and María Barrera. Estimate $200-$400 Jeanne Robertson was also one of the most fashion-savvy entertainers ever to set foot onstage. At 6 feet 2 inches tall, she was a striking presence and an elegant model for the couture and designer-label fashions she favored. Now through February 22, both fans and fashionistas will have the opportunity to bid on clothing, vintage costume jewelry and accessories from Robertson’s personal collection in an online sale hosted by Everard Auctions & Appraisals. Nearly 150 lots will be offered, with online bidding available through Everard or LiveAuctioneers. “We are honored to be able to open up Jeanne’s closet to share with her fans and celebrate her stylish legacy,” said Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions. “Her clothing is as vibrant, gorgeous and unique as she was.”  Over the course of her career, Robertson wrote four books, including Don’t Bungee Jump Naked and Other Important Stuff. She was heard on SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Laugh USA, Sirius Radio’s Blue Collar Comedy and the network’s Family Comedy Channel. She also recorded nine popular humor DVDs and CDs.  A former Miss North Carolina and star basketball player, Robertson traveled extensively, addressing civic clubs and corporations, and her one-woman shows regularly sold out. When she passed away in August 2021, she left an indelible mark on the history of comedy as…

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    Exceptional Stephen Young portrait, abstract attributed to Hale Woodruff, 13th-century Cambodian stele fragment lead Everard’s diverse Oct. 26-28 Fall Southern Estates Auction

    Also featured: Estate art by William McKim, Charles Gruppe, Anthony Thieme, Durrett Stokes; Asian art, lavish Austro-Hungarian jeweled chess set, silver, jewelry, museum deaccessions SAVANNAH, Ga. – Considered by many to be the South’s finest online auction house, Everard Auctions & Appraisals combines traditional values and caring personal service with the latest Internet technology, making it a trusted choice within the art community worldwide. Everard’s next event, an October 26-28 Fall Southern Estates Auction, offers more than 900 lots of fine and decorative art from select sources in Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and beyond. Absentee bidding is now in progress, with live online bidding slated to begin at 10 am EDT on all three days of the auction series. The memory of Everard’s exciting October 2020 sale of a Stephen Scott Young painting titled Tenth Son is still fresh in the minds of Southern regional art collectors. Young’s captivating watercolor depiction of an African American boy in summer attire – a signed “first study” – charmed bidders and had no trouble reaching a winning bid of $31,250. While many art aficionados were already familiar with Young’s work, others were delighted to discover the talented contemporary realist, whose luminous watercolors sensitively capture the people, landscapes and architecture of America’s coastal Southeast. Everard’s October 26-28 auction will present another beautiful example of Young’s portraiture, a 1988 signed and dated watercolor study titled Island Pearl. It depicts an African American girl dressed in white and wearing an elegant pearl necklace. “Stephen Young is admired for his mature style, which has been compared to such American masters as Winslow Homer and Andrew Wyeth,” noted Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions. Measuring 27½ inches square, Island Pearl is entered with a $10,000-$15,000 estimate. Attributed to Harlem Spiral collective co-founder Hale Woodruff (New York/Georgia, 1900-1980), untitled abstract painting, oil-on-board, 27½ x 31½ in (framed). Provenance: Tennessee private collection; St. Louis, Mo., gallery (circa 1990s). Estimate $40,000-$60,000 A bold abstract painting attributed to the influential African American artist Hale Woodruff (1900-1980) is executed in shades of blue, yellow, black and brown. The work is believed to have…

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    Privately owned for 40+ years, fresh-to-market Grandma Moses painting is centerpiece of Everard June 8-9 Spring Fine & Decorative Art Auction

    Also featured: mid-century modern and American folk art, furniture, decorative art from New England collection, luxury watches, property from Southern estates and individuals Grandma Moses (nee Anna Mary Robertson, American, 1860-1961), ‘Deep Snow,’ 1957, oil on Masonite, 22¾ x 30 5/8in (framed), artist-signed at lower left. Titled and dated on original artist’s label on verso. Direct line of provenance back to the artist. Copyright Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York. Estimate $60,000-$80,000 SAVANNAH, Ga. – Those who have always yearned to own an original Grandma Moses oil painting will have the rare opportunity to make that happen when Everard Auctions presents the revered New England artist’s Deep Snow as the headliner of its June 8-9 online auction. Fresh to the market after more than 40 years of private ownership, the prized artwork’s provenance can be traced back directly to Grandma Moses herself.  Created in 1957, the lively winter scene is a mélange of colorful figures engaged in outdoor activities – riding in horse-drawn sleighs, shoveling snow, pulling children’s sleds, and carrying hockey sticks, perhaps en route to a nearby frozen pond. The painting is illustrated in Otto Kallir’s book Grandma Moses (Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1973) and was also featured on a Hallmark greeting card. Beginning with Grandma Moses (nee Anna Mary Robertson, 1860-1961), the line of successive line of ownership includes: Galerie St Etienne, New York; Hammer Galleries, New York; and the current owner, who purchased it in 1980. Deep Snow measures 22¾ by 30 5/8 inches (framed), is artist-signed at lower left, and is titled and dated on the original artist’s label on verso. It is expected to bring $60,000-$80,000 at auction. Desirable early American decorative art selections from a New England private collection include a diminutive circa 1840-50 grain-painted pine storage cabinet, formerly from the collection of well-known folk art collector Ralph Esmerian, $8,000-12,000; a circa-1900 fish-form tin trade sign, $1,500-$2,500; several painted dough boxes, a 19th-century painted apothecary chest with 109 drawers, $1,000-$1,500, a group of seven early graining brushes ($150-$250), and several advertising signs.   Decorative-art lots sourced from other collections include: a late-19th-century Mohamadan Kashan…

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    Everard’s March auction series features fine and decorative art from Savannah estates, noted New Orleans antiques dealer, other select sources

    Highlights include 400 lots of art including Cezanne and Renoir; Asian art, Satsuma, Picasso pottery, Grand Tour bronzes, glass, silver, clocks & watches Myrtle Jones (Georgia, 1931-2005, ‘Old City Market,’ oil-on-Masonite, early 1950s, 19½ x 23½in (sight), signed lower left. Purchased directly from the artist. Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 SAVANNAH, Ga. – Five times a year, Everard Auctions presents an outstanding selection of fully vetted paintings and objets d’art in live-online sales that have become great favorites with collectors. For their first major event of 2021, Everard takes pleasure in announcing a bonus offering to take place over two consecutive weeks. The first of the two auctions, with absentee and Internet live bidding in progress through March 3, features property from retired New Orleans antiques dealer Angelo “Andy” Cassimus. The second auction, which closes over March 9 and 10, showcases fine and decorative art from several distinguished collections and Southern estates. In both sales, bidders may participate absentee or live online through Everard Live (www.everard.com), LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable.   All of the items included in the elegant March 3 selection were personally acquired by Angelo Cassimus, who was known for his discerning taste and penchant for traditional luxury. Cassimus co-owned and operated Cass-Garr Antiques, a celebrity favorite on Chartres Street in New Orleans’ French Quarter, until its closure in 2006. “Mr. Cassimus’ main antique interests and the categories he collected included European porcelain plaques and miniatures, Grand Tour bronzes, cloisonne, and Asian pottery and porcelain,” said Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions and Appraisals. “He took particular delight in the delicately detailed craftsmanship of smaller pieces of art, including miniature Satsuma wares.”  Two stunningly hand-painted and gilded miniature Satsuma vases – the taller of the two measuring 5-1/8 inches tall – are jointly estimated at $250-$400. Other highlights from the Cassimus collection include a pair of 19th-century portrait miniatures depicting a refined lady and a gentleman in military attire, $500-$700; and a beautiful KPM plaque painted with a captivating image of Cupid looking upward as he sharpens an arrow, $1,500-$2,500. A breathtaking signed sculpture of Oedipe (Oedipus) by Pierre Eugene Emile Hebert (French,…

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    Everard goes back to the future on Oct. 14 with super-exotic 1960s concept cars and sculptural art from Estate of John Bucci

    Space Age vehicle ‘La Shabbla’ created a frenzy at the 1964 NY World’s Fair, while stablemate ‘La Trieste’ stopped traffic when driven around Italy in 1967 John Bucci (Italian/American, 1935-2019), metal and yellow resin console table (glass top not included), 36½ x 33 x 10 1/8in. Estimate $300-$500 SAVANNAH, Ga. – On October 14, Savannah’s Everard Auctions will go back to the future with an online-only boutique auction of wildly imaginative cars and sculptural art from the Estate of John Bucci. John Bucci (Italian/American, 1935-2019), ‘La Shabbla,’ concept car created circa 1962, fiberglass body and Fiat chassis with Arbath 750 engine, exhibited at the 1964 New York World’s Fair in the Cavalcade of Custom Cars, 14ft W x 33in H x 63in D. Estimate $50,000-$75,000 A visionary artist whose work was decades ahead of its time, Bucci crafted fiberglass fantasies that drew widespread media recognition and praise from the highest echelons of the custom-car world. Two of his Space Age vehicles are featured in Everard’s auction: the 1962 car known as “La Shabbla,” which was the rage of the 1964 New York World’s Fair; and “La Trieste,” which created mob scenes and was pulled over by curious Polizia when Bucci drove it around Italy in 1967. John Bucci (Italian/American, 1935-2019), group of 5 spiral-form plexiglass sculptures, four in red and the fifth transparent. Largest stands 71in high. Estimate $300-$500 Even today, more than half a century after they were fabricated, John Bucci’s unconventional automotive prototypes look futuristic enough to be parked in the Jetsons’ garage. “They are already attracting the interest of both new and long-time fans of avant-garde and automotive art who know and respect the legacy of John Bucci,” said Everard Auctions co-owner Amanda Everard.’’ John Bucci (Italian/American, 1935-2019), table base of concrete, resin and metal, artist-signed, with freeform glass top, 34½ x 33½ x 12in. Estimate $1,000-$1,500 John Bucci was a dreamer even in his youth. He grew up in Italy, in an area that became part of Yugoslavia after World War II. After immigrating to Chicago in 1959, he worked at Radio Flyer, Zenith and Sun…

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    Savannah’s Everard Auctions presents Fine and Decorative Art from Southern Estates and Private Owners in online-only auction closing October 8

    Featured: Superb Stephen Scott Young watercolor of African-American boy, 27 artworks from Estate of Judie Weiss, including works by Andre Derain and Josef Foshko Stephen Scott Young (FL/SC/Bahamas, b. 1957-), Tenth Son, Watercolor, 21 x 29¼in (sight), signed and dated ’99 at lower right, inscribed ‘First Study Shelley’s Brother. Estimate: $30,000-$50,000 SAVANNAH, Ga. – Steeped in traditional values but competitively armed with the latest technology and marketing techniques, Everard Auctions is the preferred choice of many private and institutional collectors who choose to deaccession fine art. Five times a year, the company’s trusted reputation is validated with an exciting Fine & Decorative Arts online auction featuring high-quality estate paintings and objets d’art. Preparations have just been finalized for Everard’s next auction, featuring art from Southern estates and private owners. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers from September 22 through October 8. Andre Derain (French, 1880-1954) Bather, oil-on-canvas, 6 1/8 x 12 3/8in (sight). Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 The top-estimated lot at $30,000-$50,000 is Stephen Scott Young’s (FL/SC/Bahamas, b. 1957-) charming watercolor titled Tenth Son. It is a 21- by 29¼-inch (sight) depiction of an African-American boy in a pierced-straw hat and summer attire standing next to a white picket fence. The painting is signed and dated ’99 at lower right, with the inscription “First Study Shelley’s Brother.”  Alice Halicka (Poland/France, 1894/5-1975) oil-on-canvas of cloaked swimmer on beach with sailboat in background, 12 3/8 x 15 5/8in (sight). Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 A contemporary realist known for his luminous watercolors of the people, landscape and architecture of the Bahamas and America’s coastal Southeastern region, Stephen Scott Young knows and has a personal connection to most of his subjects. A south Florida resident who was born in Hawaii, Young has spent substantial periods of time in the Bahamas, where his wife’s family has deep roots. He mostly paints en plein air. In 2012, a very well received exhibition of his works was presented in New York by Christie’s Private Sales and Adelson Galleries. Raphael Soyer (NY, 1899-1987), Two Waitresses, oil on canvas, 19 7/8 x 16in (sight). Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 The Stephen Scott…

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    Everard Auctions Presents The Collection of Lady Grundy Now Open for Bidding on iGavelauctions.com

    Everard Auction’s late Spring sale of 525 lots including fine art, jewelry, silver, rugs and decorative arts is now open for biddiing through June 24on www.iGavelAuctions.com. The sale is comprised of several Georgia, South Carolina and Florida estates including the collection of Lady Grundy, now of Cocoa Beach, FL. Lady Grundy was born in 1922 in Moretonhampstead, England where she lived until the outbreak of World War II. In 1945, she embarked on the vessel “SS Mataroa” from Liverpool to Singapore, opening three beauty salons in Singapore and Malaya and secured the sole agency of Christian Dior for Asia. A great explorer and traveller she went to Moscow during the Cold War; lived with the Iban head-hunters in their long houses in the jungles of Sarawak (Borneo); travelled extensively in Malaysia, China and many other countries in Asia. She spent a few years in London where she met her husband Air Marshall Sir Edouard Grundy. Rudolf Bonnet (Dutch, 1895-1978), Balinese Chieftain, Pastel, 1953Everard Auctions Highlights from Lady Grundy’s collection include a pastel drawing of a Balinese Chieftain by Dutch artist, Rudolf Bonnet c. 1953, estimated at $8,000-12,000, a pastel portrait of Australian soprano Miss Osca Marah depicted in profile by Canadian artist Richard Mathews (Est. $2,000-4,000), her many furs and 60 lots of jewelry include a three strand 9mm pearl necklace with emerald and mabe pearl clasp estimated at $3,000-5,000. Highlights from other collections include Carl Robert Kummer’s dramatic sunset landscape in a wonderful period frame with an estimate of $20,000-30,000, a Frederick MacMonnies bronze of Bacchante and Infant Faun estimated at $5,000-7,000, outsider artist Sister Gertrude Morgan’s small work titled Mama Dada (Est. $1,200-1,800), and two etchings and two drawings by Savannah artist Christopher A. D. Murphy. Carl Robert Kummer (German, 1810-1889), Sunset Landscape, Oil on Canvas, 1859 Also featured in the auction is an early European school stone figure fragment of the crucified Christ, 16th/17th century (Est.$2,000-3,000), a fine marquise cut 1.5ct diamond and platinum ring estimated at $7,000-10,000 and a late Classical marble top burlwood console table attributed to Anthony Quervelle or his equal, Philadelphia, c. 1825 estimated at $2,000-3,000. For more information, contact us at [email protected] or…