From the estate of Dr. Phillip George, the collection of more than 500 pieces captures the creative spirit of Emporium Auction. This auction by Brunk Auctions is a blend of diverse designs and styles, tracing back from 18th to 20th century, from Historical Staffordshire pitcher to modern prints.
Leading the auction is a Sarab gallery rug at $1,500, alongside other noteworthy Asian works of art such as porcelain and vintage pieces. The sale further includes subtle yet evocative work from Raphael Soyer. He strongly believed that art must communicate, represent, describe and express people, their lives and time.
The aboriginal painting also differentiates the curation. It visually expresses the complexity of the art. The collection is not simply limited to paintings. Alongside the aboriginal art of the 20th century, is a Repousse mirror that is unlike any other wall mirror because of its sophisticated shape and crowned eagle design. With bids starting at $50-$1,500, the lots possess the quality of being affordable as well as worthwhile altogether. For the auction catalog information go to Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (82), 20th Century (39), Decorative Arts (159), Furniture (30), Jewelry (56), Asian Works of Art (79), Watches & Clocks (2), Couture & Textiles (4), Collectibles (31)
# of Lots:508
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Sarab Gallery Rug||
|Jabel 18kt. Sapphire & Diamond Ring||
|Repousse Silver Wall Mirror With Double Eagle||
- 20th Century
- Asian Works Of Art
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Brunk Auctions
- Double Eagle
- Emporium Auction
- Raphael Soyer
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