O’Gallerie


228 Northeast Seventh Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97232
503-238-0202

About Auction House

Family owned and operated since opening in 1972, we are the northwest region’s leading Auction House for Antiques, Fine Art, Collectibles & more...specializing in Estates & Private Collections. Ten two-session auctions are conducted each year, in which we offer about 600 lots.

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    Tiffany Pendant by Elsa Peretti and R. Kenton Nelson Painting Highlight O’Gallerie’s Upcoming Sale

    Italian-born designer Elsa Peretti became a popular runway model after she arrived in New York in the late 1960s. Her journey with jewelry designing took off when she tried her hand at crafting a sterling silver bud pendant, inspired by a flea market find. Soon, Tiffany & Co. noticed Peretti’s revolutionizing ideas and signed her in 1974. The model-turned designer is celebrated for creating some of the most innovative designs for Tiffany & Co. in her lifetime. O’Gallerie will be offering for sale a circular vintage Tiffany pendant by Elsa Peretti in this upcoming auction. Made of gold, the eternal circle is symbolic of longevity and love. Another jewelry highlight is a malachite bracelet with six curved double links and 14-karat yellow gold. A box clasp with a carved Chinese character for “good luck” is the most striking feature of the bracelet. In ancient China, malachite was prized for its potent healing properties.  R. Kenton Nelson’s Wheel Barrow leads the fine art offerings. The oil on board depicts a man pushing a wheelbarrow along a driveway. Nelson’s painting style is influenced by the WPA artists of the 1930s and American regionalism. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit O’Gallerie.

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    Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction

    O’Gallerie will present fine art, jewelry, furniture, and more in the upcoming Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction. A bronze sculpture by David Manuel is among the key lots. A self-taught artist, Manuel is best known for his statue series of John Wayne. His sculptures tackle issues related to American expansionism. To honor his historical works, Manuel has been named the official sculptor of the United States Marshals bicentennial and the official sculptor of the Oregon Trail. The available bronze sculpture, titled Destiny, dates back to 1995 and shows a Native American warrior riding an Appaloosa. Another lot of interest is a mixed media work titled Near The Russian River by the American artist Millard Sheets. Best known for his landscape paintings, Sheets’ works often features Surrealist imagery. Executed in 1967, this painting depicts a California seascape and rocks. Collectors will also find several lots of platinum, diamond, and gold jewelry in the catalog. View the full listings and register to bid on Invaluable.

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    Spring Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction

    The Spring Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction showcases jewelry, firearms, collectibles, and more. Leading this auction, offered by O’Gallerie, is a men’s diamond and 14-karat gold solitaire ring. This size 11 ¼ yellow gold ring features an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.85 carats. An emerald, diamond, and 18-karat gold ring is also highlighted. With a white and yellow gold band, the green emerald is surrounded by round- and baguette-cut diamonds.  A 1942 vintage ship’s brass telegraph with double dials from the Bendix Aviation Corporation, Marine Division in Brooklyn, New York can also be found. A military navigator pocketwatch by the Hamilton Watch Company in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is featured as well. This 1950 piece has an open face case with a 22 jewel movement and a black 24-hour dial. Find the entire collection and register to bid on Invaluable.

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    Estate & Collection Auction Day 2

    The founder of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Charles Brinckerhoff Richards, was assigned the task of designing a new conversion mechanism for Colt. The demand of the U.S. Army for metallic cartridge revolvers led to the design of the "Richards Conversion." The upcoming O'Gallerie auction highlights a Colt model 1860 Army revolver implemented with the second model Richards Conversion. The 1871 revolver consists of a .44 caliber, six-shot cylinder with an engraving of a naval scene.   Also presented is a collection of wine and spirits. Showcased among them is a 1994 Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru by wine manufacturer Domaine Dujac. The auction will also feature Marie No.1, Lips, a gelatin silver print by photographer Jan Saudek. A combination of painting and photography techniques is among the distinguishing features of Saudek’s work. Collectors can also explore Chinese Famille Rose porcelain, Persian Kashmar rugs, diamond jewelry, and sculptures. View the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable.

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    Estate & Collection Auction

    Modernist painter Alfred Henry Maurer’s work underwent multiple changes over his career. During his Realist period, he won the Carnegie Institute’s first prize for his oil painting titled An Arrangement. Later, Maurer transitioned from his usual style and became dedicated to painting in a Cubist and Fauvist style. The upcoming auction, to be presented by O'Gallerie, features a gouache-on-paper piece titled Standing Female Nude, attributed to Maurer. The auction also features a U.S. Model M1 Garand rifle, manufactured in 1944 with a 24-inch barrel. The M1 Garand was the first semi-automatic U.S. military rifle. Designed by John Garand during WWII, the M1 service rifle was a standard-issue.  Also showcased are diamond and gemstone jewelry pieces. Among them, a mixed-cut emerald, brilliant-cut diamond, and 14-karat gold ring is a highlight. An Indo-Serapi hand-knotted carpet is notable among the offered rugs and carpets. Decorated with red and blue floral designs and a central medallion, Serapi carpets are among the highest quality Heriz carpets. Also presented are paintings, Chinese porcelain, sculptures, modern and antique furniture, and coins. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Invaluable.

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    New Year Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction

    Diamond jewelry, fine art, and Asian art will be offered in the upcoming New Year Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction, a two-day sale presented by O’Gallerie. A size 6 diamond and platinum ring is a notable lot. The ring has a central pear-cut diamond with shield-cut diamonds on either side. Another highlight of the auction is a pair of diamond and platinum earrings, each showing a central pear-shaped diamond surrounded by 24 smaller gems. Beyond the jewelry pieces, the sale will feature is a single lot of 2,500 uncirculated Harry S. Truman one-dollar coins. Each one bears the bust of President Truman on one side and the Statue of Liberty on the reverse. Other key lots include a Jefferson Tester oil painting depicting a crowd of people outside a circus tent, as well as a bronze sculpture by Fred Fellows, titled Spirit of the Plains. The sculpture portrays a Native American man holding a shield and spear. Also available in the sale are hand-knotted Oriental carpets, Chippendale-style chests and drawers, and taxidermy pieces. Explore the full listings and register to bid on O’Gallerie.

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    Aug 19-20 Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction

    Lifestyle is defined by an individual’s ideas, tastes and interests. Keeping such ideas in mind, O’gallerie presents Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction for making people’s homes and especially lives beautiful with. Be a fine art admirer, a fire and arms enthusiast, or a decorative arts buyer; the two-day auction appeals to almost every collector. Bagging the highest estimated value of $7,000, the collection features bronze sculpture by David Manuel. Set on a wood and marble base, it is the illustration of the legendary meeting of the Corps of Discovery with Native American tribal leaders of the Columbia River. Discovering a five-piece, Sterling silver, coffee & tea service with tray, each under the directorship of John C. Moore II is a pure joy. The set represents the lavish and exceptional quality of Tiffany & Co.  Amidst these items, one cannot miss out the stunningly captivating colt model 1860 army revolver with second model Richards conversion. Manufactured in 1871, the gun is a class act containing an 8" barrel with ivory grips and six-shot cylinder. Find more of these items at O'gallerie and bid for your favorites.

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    Summer Premiere Estate & Collection Auction

    O’Gallerie is presenting a wonderfully curated collection of over 200 lots of furniture, guns, jewelry, fine art, and more in their Summer Premiere Estate & Collection Auction. A couple of the most notable lots in the catalog is a Winchester double barrel 12-gauge shotgun with a checkered oak-leaf pattern on walnut stock, and has a blue finish. A 34" pearl necklace with 70 magnificent pearls from the South Sea strung together to create a beautiful piece of jewelry, along with a matching bracelet. Also included is a one-of-a-kind, signed Lon Megargee oil on board, "The Navajo," portrait. Asian and decorative art and antiques are some of the highlights from the auction. View the entire catalog to find a piece to add to your collection at Invaluable.