Limitless imagination, attention to details and precision can transform a regular work into a great a piece of work. Introducing such antiques is Duane Merrill & Co at Americana and Fine Arts auction, this August. Highlighted lot in the auction is an item made prominent with the hard work of the maker, Harris Boston. It is a leaping stag weathervane, originally bought at a barn in the 1950s with a full-bodied copper. Similarly, the 18th-century bracket clock signed by Le Faucheur represents the past well with its marvelous design, and the present with its stunning functionality.
Noteworthy items, amongst the categories of fine art, are a pair of portraits by Alonzo Slafter and the view of Burlington Bay by Charles Heyde at $6,000 and $12,000 respectively. To bid for the intriguing lots presented in the auction please visit Invaluable.
# of Lots:401
Price Range:$10 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Harris Boston leaping stag weathervane||
|18th c Le Faucheur Paris bracket clock||
|Charles Heyde (VT 1822-98) view of Burlington Bay||
|Alonzo Slafter (VT 1801-1864) Pair of portraits||
|17th or 18th c European School Scene||
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- 17th Century
- 18th Century
- Alonzo Slafter
- bracket clock
- Burlington Bay
- Charles Heyde
- Duane Merrill & Co
- European School Scene.
- Fine Arts
- Harris Boston
- John café
- Le Faucheur
- leaping stag weathervane
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