E.E. Isabel & Company, which later became known as Loring Andrews, opened for business in Cincinnati in 1805. Its long history in the city, spanning over two hundred years, began with the selling of pocket watches to steamboat passengers. Several Loring Andrews pieces are featured in the upcoming Cincinnati Collections auction, presented by Cowan’s Auctions. Among these lots is a coffee and tea service made in 1918. The six-piece set includes both a coffee server and a teapot, as well as sugar, creamer, and waste bowls. Each part of the service is made of sterling silver and has an intricate repoussé castle pattern.
Collectors interested in Loring Andrews can also consider a silver serving tray available in this auction. This piece was produced in the early 20th century and bears a repoussé pattern along the edges. Rounding out the featured lots are a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk and a pair of banjo clocks. Both clocks are decorated to celebrate American presidents. Those interested in these or any other items can register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (61), Decorative Arts (46), Furniture (42), Watches & Clocks (35), Collectibles (5)
# of Lots:194
Price Range:$150 - $8,000
Interesting lots include:
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|A Loring Andrews Repoussé Castle Pattern Silver Coffee and Tea Service|| Estimate: |
|A Loring Andrews Repoussé Castle Pattern Silver Serving Tray|| Estimate: |
|A Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk|| Estimate: |
|Paul Sawyier (American, 1865-1917) Pond Scene|| Estimate: |
|Two Waltham Mount Vernon Banjo Clocks|| Estimate: |