Lifestyle is defined by an individual’s ideas, tastes and interests. Keeping such ideas in mind, O’gallerie presents Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction for making people’s homes and especially lives beautiful with. Be a fine art admirer, a fire and arms enthusiast, or a decorative arts buyer; the two-day auction appeals to almost every collector.
Bagging the highest estimated value of $7,000, the collection features bronze sculpture by David Manuel. Set on a wood and marble base, it is the illustration of the legendary meeting of the Corps of Discovery with Native American tribal leaders of the Columbia River. Discovering a five-piece, Sterling silver, coffee & tea service with tray, each under the directorship of John C. Moore II is a pure joy. The set represents the lavish and exceptional quality of Tiffany & Co.
Amidst these items, one cannot miss out the stunningly captivating colt model 1860 army revolver with second model Richards conversion. Manufactured in 1871, the gun is a class act containing an 8″ barrel with ivory grips and six-shot cylinder. Find more of these items at O’gallerie and bid for your favorites.
# of Lots:565
Price Range:$180 - $7000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|David Manuel (Oregon, Born 1940) Bronze Sculpture|| Estimate: |
|Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Austria, 1928-2000) W|| Estimate: |
|Five Piece Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Coffee & Tea Service With Tray|| Estimate: |
|Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver With Second Model Richards Conversion|| Estimate: |