Art, Design and Collectibles Part I – No ReserveBy Whitley's Auctioneers | Florida Jul 13, 2019 10:00 EDT
The Art Deco period was marked with colors and hope, a joyful style to usher in 20th century optimism. The ceramics and porcelains that emerged from this period are especially representative of its delicate beauty and fineness. Whitley’s offers the upcoming Art, Design and Collectibles auction as a sweeping take on these imaginative and beautiful items.
With a particular emphasis on decorative arts and collectibles, Part I of this auction includes a variety of vases, figurines, and glasswork. These items are sleek and beautiful, a call back to the timeless concept of art for art’s sake. The leading lot is a Pairpoint Puffy table lamp, a colorful and realistic statement piece from the Art Nouveau period. Numerous Royal Doulton figurines are also prominently featured, and are available at every price point. From a contemplative clown regarding her own mask to a striking balloon seller, these figurines depict every corner of their world.
Further highlights include gilded bone china animals from Royal Crown Derby, as well as classic Disney statuettes for fans of the original animations. This auction offers a piece of decorative beauty for all collections with starting bids ranging from $10 to $2,000. View the full catalog and register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:699
Price Range:$10 - $6,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|PAIRPOINT FLORAL PUFFY TABLE LAMP||
|ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE, THE MASK HN785||
|ROYAL CROWN DERBY ANIMAL FIGURINE, ELEPHANT||
|DISNEY CLASSICS FIGURINE BAMBI FIELD MOUSE||
|DOULTON LAMBETH HANNAH BARLOW INCISED DECORATED VASE||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Fine Art
- Art Deco
- Art Nouveau
- British Ceramics
- British Porcelain
- Decorative Arts
- Royal Crown Derby
- Royal Doulton
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