American School Patinated Bronze Sculptures Highlight Crescent City Auction Gallery SaleJan 16, 2021 11:00 EST
A famous American sculptor and one of the notable artists of New York, Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington (1876 – 1973) was remarkable in many ways. She was the first woman to create a public monument in New York City and enjoyed considerable popularity both at home and abroad. An early 20th-century patinated bronze sculpture from Huntington is one of the key lots in the upcoming Important Winter Estates Auction, presented by Crescent City Auction Gallery. The auction also showcases several patinated bronze sculpture works belonging to the American School of art.
A Tiffany 105-piece flatware set is another highlight of the sale. The “Harlequin” design cutlery consists of forks, teaspoons, cold soups, iced tea spoons, butter spreaders, seafood cocktail forks, demitasse spoons, and dinner knives, among others. The auction also features a lady’s platinum dinner ring, designed with a 13.97-carat emerald-cut tanzanite stone with a diamond-studded band. Tanzanite is a blue and violet variety of the mineral zoisite, found exclusively in Tanzania. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:501
Price Range:$160- $25,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973, American), L'Orage (The Storm), early 20th c., patinated bronze, inscribed signature Anna V. Wyatt proper|| Estimate: |
|One Hundred Five Piece Set of Tiffany Sterling Flatware, 1956, in the Harlequin pattern|| Estimate: |
|Pair of 18K White Gold Pendant Earrings|| Estimate: |
|Lady's 18K White Gold Link Necklace|| Estimate: |
|Lady's Platinum Dinner Ring|| Estimate: |