In his early years, Georg Jensen apprenticed as a goldsmith under a firm called Guldsmed Andersen. Jensen would eventually become a noted Danish silversmith who began the Copenhagen company that bears his name. As he traveled through Europe, he embraced the prevailing Art Nouveau style, which would influence many of his company’s works. The second session of the upcoming Atlanta Collections sale, presented by Hindman, will feature an acorn patterned silver flatware service from Georg Jensen.
Another highlight of the auction is an oil painting attributed to Eugene Verboeckhoven, a well-traveled Belgian artist who visited Great Britain, Germany, Holland, and beyond. During these trips, he captured landscapes, animals, and figures in his journals so they could be included later in his paintings. Also available in the sale is a pair of Egyptian Revival parcel-gilt and polychromed throne chairs and a diamond and gold-mounted jadeite egg. View more items and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (52), Decorative Arts (77), Furniture (63), Asian Works of Art (65), Watches & Clocks (3)
# of Lots:263
Price Range:$150 - $9,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|A Continental Jeweled Silver and Enamel Model of a Horse-Drawn Coach Height 8 x length 25 1/2 x depth 13 inches.|| Estimate: |
|A Georg Jensen Silver Flatware Service, Acorn Pattern|| Estimate: |
|A Diamond and Gold-Mounted Enamel and Jadeite Egg Height 5 x width 2 1/2 inches.|| Estimate: |
|A Pair of Egyptian Revival Style Parcel-Gilt and Polychromed Throne Chairs|| Estimate: |
|Attributed to Eugene Verboeckhoven (Belgian, 1798-1881) Landscape with Sheep|| Estimate: |