New Haven Auctions has had the knack of displaying diversified items and prestigious artists under their auctions. Antiques and Fine Art auction from different estates and collections are no different. With items from the likes of J.W. Fiske and Henry Matisse, the auction is a sheer delight for any collector. A rare Elephant Weathervane (circa 1890) by J.W. Fiske stands out from the crowd at the highest estimated value of $50,000. The item is made valuable through the history and craftsmanship of its maker. Fiske & Company is said to be the most prominent American manufacturer of decorative cast iron and zinc from the 19th century.
Likewise, a Henry Matisse watercolor painting is on display in the auction. Signed lower center in pencil, La Chevelure, a Gouache on paper from 1952 is about the artist’s admiration for hair. Along with the aforementioned item, antique buyers will find perfection in a rare coin-operated wonder clock by Yale Wonder Clock Co. A few examples of the rare coin-op machine survive today which makes this item even more desirable. To find more on these items and more please visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (39), Decorative Arts (30), Furniture (21), Jewelry (24), Asian Works of Art (8), Watches & Clocks (15), Collectibles (57)
# of Lots:349
Price Range:$100 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rare JW Fiske ELEPHANT Weathervane|| Estimate: |
|Important Walker Evans Archive|| Estimate: |
|Rare Yale Wonder Clock - Coin-Op Machine|| Estimate: |
|Henri Matisse -La Chevelure 1952|| Estimate: |
|Thomas Chambers - Hudson River View|| Estimate: |