When an object is described as “larger than life,” it is usually about importance rather than size. However, this idiom applies— in both a literal and figural sense—to the two-day August auction by Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery. It is a sale of magnitude and astounding proportions, and many pieces are truly larger than life. 1,100 distinct lots will be available over both days, with categories ranging from furniture and sculpture to jewelry and decorative art.
Day 1: A strong opening, the first day takes samples from centuries of design and decorative art. The leading lot is an early 20th-century pool table that sports luxury details (enamel and mother of pearl diamond accents) and a satinwood inlay. This collection is expansive and whimsical, including a colorful wall weaving sculpture and a Japanese monkey teapot.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts & Furniture (550)
# of Lots:1100
Price Range:$50 to $8,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Early 20th c.Mahogany And Satinwood Inlaid Pool Table||
|B. Brozik monumental mixed media Wall Weaving 90 w||
|Chinese Yixing Monkeys In A Zitan Tree Teapot||
|Monumental carved marble grouping of the Four Seasons||
|Mopho Gonde (Zimbabwean) carved leadwood sculpture||
|Ornately carved corner pub bar w armorial plaques||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Decorative Art
- Ethnographic art
- Fine Art
- Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery
- Luxury Estates
- Monument Art
- Outdoor Sculpture
- Private Collections
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