Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers proudly welcomes auction enthusiasts to the August Americana Auction. Featuring nothing short of amusing items, the auction is an amalgamation of fine arts, decorative arts and furniture. Leading the charts is decorative arts category with 300 items including the work of a master decoy carver, A. Elmer Crowell with a pair of carved and painted preening Yellowlegs. Likewise, with vibrant colors and powerful brush strokes, the painting by William Winner reveals the view of Philadelphia from Fairmont adding splendor to the auction.
Furthermore, oil on panel of a landscape with winding uphill road by William Merritt Chase is all set to attract premium auction buyers as it sits with the highest estimated value of $70,000. Along with such invaluable pieces, find more items like a hand-stitched and Trapunto Adam and Eve quilt and a polychrome decorated and carved camel. For more information and to bid for the favorite items visit Bidsqaure.
# of Lots:657
Price Range:$100 - $75,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|William Merritt Chase (American, 1849-1916) Landscape with Winding Uphill Road||
|Pair of Carved and Painted Preening Yellowlegs||
|Polychrome Decorated Carved Camel Carousel Figure||
|William Winner (American, 1815-1883) View of Philadelphia from Fairmount||
|Hand-stitched and Trapunto Adam and Eve Quilt with Chintz Applique||
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Adam and Eve
- Chintz Applique
- William Merritt Chase
- William Winner
- Winding Uphill Road
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