For an artist who believed surrealism is the destruction of shackles limiting one’s vision, Salvador Dali truly has done justice to the statement with his visionary works on Surrealism. Along with the art of Dali, 20th Century Art & Estate Jewelry Auction by Kodner Auctions brings forth variation in items, from 20th-century pieces to jewelry.
Jewelry that characterizes luxury is a TW diamond necklace with the highest estimated price of $80,000. However, conveying the idea that jewelry is meant to be worn, rather than just displayed, this collection brings out an array of accessories at an affordable estimated value starting from $50.
While these lots rivet the collector’s attention, several other pieces are no less than impressive. Italian ceramic swan planter with their detailed designs illustrate a fine combination of two contrasting tones, i.e., gold, and silver. The curious beauty of the curation is available for all eager buyers. View the full catalog and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (78), 20th Century (20), Decorative Arts (100), Furniture (2), Jewelry (69), Asian Works of Art (33), American Indian & Ethnographic (1), Couture & Textiles (4), Collectibles (3)
# of Lots:311
Price Range:$50 - $80,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|35.53ct TW Diamond, 18K and Platinum Necklace||
|Art Deco 50ct Diamond and Platinum Necklace||
|AGI 42.41ct TW Diamond and 18K Necklace/Brooch||
|Joan Miro (1893-1983) Etching with Aquatint||
|Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) Color Engraving||
- 20th Century
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Asian Works Of Art
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- 20th Century Art & Estate Jewelry
- Alexander Calder
- Antique Chinese Carved Ivory Carving of a Boat
- Art Deco
- Burma Ruby
- Italian Swan Planter.
- Joan Miró
- Kodner Auctions
- Pablo Picasso
- Salvador Dali
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