Los Angeles Antiques Auctioneer

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Los Angeles Auctioneers is an auction company in Los Angeles (Sherman Oaks,CA) that stems from three generations of auction experience. We have a 12,000 square foot warehouse that makes us one of the largest auction companies operating in Los Angeles. At LA Auctioneers, we pride ourselves on offering the best customer service possible, ensuring that every customer and consigner leaves happy and completely satisfied with their auction experience. We are happy when you are happy! LA auctioneers is a family owned and operated company.

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    Antiques & Decorative Arts Winter Auction

    Swiss artist Marc Gabriel Charles Gleyre emphasized classical and biblical subjects in his works. Gleyre helped create the juste-milieu compromise style of painting. Additionally, he taught a number of aspiring artists who later became prominent, including Claude Monet. The upcoming Antiques & Decorative Arts Winter Auction offered by Los Angeles Antiques will include an oil painting after the style of Gleyre, titled Les illusions Perdues or Le Soir. Another item available in the event is a piece styled after Diego Velázquez. The available portrait shows Don Gaspar de Guzmán on top of a horse, his body angled toward a battle. Guzmán’s head, however, turns back to show a glimpse of his face. Guzmán was a powerful figure during the reign of Philip IV, bearing a major impact on Spanish politics and culture. Other featured items include a 19th-century French ormolu clock. With three mounted figures of winged cherubs, the clock contains its original dial and gold gilding. View the full listings and register to bid online by visiting Bidsquare.

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    Antiques, Silver, Decorative Objects & Jewelry

    In 19th-century Sicily, donkey-driven carts were the most efficient way to transport belongings. The brightly-decorated carts were also ideal for weddings and parades. An example of the carretto siciliano or Sicilian cart is available in the upcoming auction presented by Los Angeles Antique Auction. Geometric patterns decorate the wheels while more elaborate imagery covers the carriage. According to Italy Magazine, the paintings on the carriage helped visually tell stories to the illiterate.  The auction's 153 lots represent antiques from around the world. One lot that is particularly highlighted is a 1980s neon Ferrari sign from Carlson Motors. The 1980s were a change-filled decade for Ferrari, which saw the passing of the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari. Representing England in this auction is a walking stick that contains a hidden gambling set. The stick is made of ebony wood with a handle of sterling silver. The top of the handle can be twisted open to reveal gambling chips and dice. While it is unclear when this cane was produced, it may have been necessary due to England's strict gambling policies in the 19th and 20th centuries.  Also available in this sale are several Balinese masks from Indonesia. Such masks not only honored ancestors but also served as vessels that the ancient Balinese people believed would help them re-visit their families. Register to bid on this or any other lot by visiting Bidsquare