Greenwich Auction

83 Harvard Avenue, Stamford, Connecticut 6902

About Auction House

David Johnson is the President and Owner of Greenwich Auction and Antique Treasures LLC. Greenwich Auction which began in 2013 is the newest division of Connecticut Antiques Center, a business which David has owned for over fifteen years. Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, David attended auctions and has had an appreciation for collecting artwork and antiques from a young age. After attending school in both Europe and the United States as well as living and working on three continents in corporate roles ranging from engineering to manufacturing, David settled in Fairfiel...Read More
d county. He and his wife, Gretchen, are third generation Greenwich residents, and reside here with their three young children.  Read Less

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  • Auction Industry, Press Release
    Greenwich Living Design Is The First Art, Antiques & Design Gallery In Stamford’s Burgeoning Waterside Design District. The Firm Occupies 22,000 State-of-the-art Square Feet On Two Floors At 375 Fairfield Ave.

    The showroom features rare and important furniture and home décor by iconic and lesser-known designers from the 18th through the 20th century, with a focus on 19th century French design and 20th century works. Styles and periods include Hollywood Regency and Mid-Century Modern. STAMFORD, Conn. – The longtime Stamford company known as Greenwich Living Antique & Design Center has a new name, a new look and a new location. Now called Greenwich Living Design, the firm relocated in June into a 22,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility at 375 Fairfield Avenue, where it will anchor Stamford’s burgeoning Waterside Design District, alongside Stark Carpet, Holly Hunt and Schwartz Design Showroom, just to name a few. DS-600 sofa by De-Sede wraps around a Paul Evans for Directional coffee table, 1960s. Hollywood Regency style sconces and contemporary art decorate the walls above. The move is a mere five minutes from its former location on Canal Street, but it brings with it many internal and external changes for the family-owned and operated gallery, chief among them its place in the Stamford Waterside Design District, a creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to interior design and architecture and serving decorators, designers and design-enthusiasts alike.  Greenwich Living Design is the first art, antiques and design gallery in the District. Its space – on the first and second floors – is filled with rare and important furniture and home décor by iconic and lesser-known designers from the 18th through the 20th century, with a focus on 19th century French design and 20th century works. The gallery is home to various styles and periods, including those in the Hollywood Regency and Mid-Century Modern style. Recent installations feature Maison Jansen, Gio Ponti, Phillip and Kelvin LaVerne, Francois Linke, Ueli Berger, Massimo Vignelli, and many more. Rare case/storage pieces and important seating are elegantly highlighted and sit elevated among other works in installs throughout the gallery. Both floors are invitingly open-concept and are filled with eye-pleasing natural light. Installations are often changing as new inventory from well-known design firms and creators is carefully sourced for the gallery. “When the business existed as Greenwich…

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    Costume & Designer Jewelry Auction

    Greenwich Auction will offer costume & designer jewelry from Chanel, Hermés, Yves Saint Laurent, Coppola e Toppo, Dolce & Gabbana, and many more in their upcoming Costume & Designer Jewelry Auction. While jewelry pieces comprise the majority of this sale, the collection also includes vintage leather bags, perfume flasks, decanter labels, and more. Among the featured lots is a vintage Coppola e Toppo Italian necklace. Measuring approximately 18 inches in length and featuring a woven pattern in shades of pink, the necklace was possibly designed for the Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli. Another notable lot is an antique Dujay enamel rhinestone brooch pin. The brooch is set with faux pearl, rhinestones, and painted enamel, and depicts a marching band leader with a baton. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable. 

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    Chinese, Russian & Ukrainian Arts Auction

    Featuring an array of Chinese jade, Russian and Ukrainian artwork, icons, and more will be the upcoming auction ‘Chinese, Russian & Ukrainian Arts Auction’, presented by Greenwich Auction. The auction showcases ceramics from historically-prominent Chinese artists and many decorative art pieces. One of the featured lots showcases a Chinese Famille-rose porcelain vase with eight treasure designs. An  example of imperial Qianlong porcelain is also available, along with two carved coral fish yellow gold diamond & coral ring of 14kt.  In the auction are two antique imperial Russian silver & gilt pieces. Both pieces have a gilt wash interior and bearing a maker’s mark. A Russian hand-painted icon of Vladimirskaya is another highlight of the auction. This enamel icon is painted on a wood panel with a metal overlay. In the auction, too, is a Nikolai Beregovoi Russian/Ukrainian oil painting. The painting depicts a young girl holding a doll. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable.

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    Asian Arts – Chinese & Japanese Objects

    This coming September, featuring a wide array of jewelry, porcelain, furniture and more is Asian Arts - Chinese & Japanese Objects auction by Greenwich Auction. The auction reveals itself with an impressive item, such as a Chinese Watercolor & Ink Harvest painting. This striking painting is a depiction of grapes and bees with added poem to beautify it. dding value to the curation is a hand-carved antique yellow & gold Chinese necklace pendant of 14 Karats.  Chinese porcelains, as famous and rich as they are, can also be discovered amongst the lots. Notable among them is a Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Meiping Vase. Originally used as a wine vessel and later as a vase, the piece portrays five dragon claw and a cloud motif, making it an aesthetically pleasing piece of work. An impressive, eight panel Chinese Coromandel Screen with motifs of scholars in a courtyard, surrounded by pagodas and traditional architecture is sure to fascinate many. For items starting from $50 - $3,500, enthusiastic buyers can visit  Invaluable for registration and bidding.

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    Jewelry, Design & Decor-Day 2

      Greenwich auction presents Jewelry, Design & Décor- a two-day auction featuring furniture, jewelry, arts and more. As the first day wraps with interesting antiques, second day of the auction will host some well-known pieces of history. Like those vintage bicycles with a large front wheel and a comparatively smaller rear wheel that most of us have only heard of. The Penny Farthings bicycles are the first machines termed as bicycles and therefore the highest valued and most sought-after collectible.  The daydream like oil painting of a Parisian street by an American realist painter Andre Gisson and the gold & Carnelian necklace by Art Deco are a few notable pieces that wraps up the second day. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable.

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    Day 1 – Jewelry, Design & Decor

    Greenwich auction presents Jewelry, Design & Décor- a two-day auction featuring furniture, jewelry, arts and more.  Day 1:  The first day of the auction will put forth a display of collectibles from different provinces and categories. The highlight of the auction is a Baby Grand Piano by Schimmel. The highly awarded German pianos are popular for their consistent quality and unique make. The highest valued collectible of the auction, Schimmel pianos are amongst the top piano brands in the world. Paintings of the Mount Vesuvius by Neapolitan school are considered rare pieces of among Italian fine arts. A similar oil painting of the Vesuvius is a prime piece among fine art collectibles. The first day of the auction will also host interesting furniture items like cabinets, chairs, sterling silverware, jewelry, and many others. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable.