Calendars are marked for Brunk Auctions‘ upcoming Emporium Auction. Reasons include Asian works of art and favorites like a young boy feeding a rooster who decorates a pair of Chinese rose cups, Kangxi the emperor marked six gilt black and cobalt blue Chinese vases, and beautiful Buddhist calligraphy on two Japanese scrolls. Top lots in furniture are a federal style, mahogany dressing table from the 19th century, and Queen Anne’s mahogany highboy from the 20th. Highlights in fine art are a Valerie Vollmer (1978) oil painting of a Louisiana welder and a signed David Adickes oil painting of a man with a ginger beard. A set of twelve round sterling silver coasters with scalloped border is featured in the decorative arts category.
This auction includes many more prized lots and additional categories including the 20th century, American Indian & ethnographic, couture & textiles, and collectibles. With over 500 lots and 8 different categories, this catalog offers such a wide variety, making it perfect for all collectors. Bids start at $25 and go as high as $400. This auction is a great opportunity for new collectors to take home a start their collection as well as seasoned collectors to add to theirs.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (68), 20th Century (27), Decorative Arts (252), Furniture (51), Asian Works of Art (52)
# of Lots:517
Price Range:$50 - $1200
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Pair of Famille Rose Rooster Cups||
|Six Gilt Black and Cobalt Blue Chinese Vases||
|Two Calligraphic Japanese Scrolls||
|Federal Style Inlaid Mahogany Dressing Table||
|Set of Twelve Sterling Coasters||
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- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- 20th Century Art
- American Indian
- Art Pottery
- Asian Art
- Asian Works of Art
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- Couture & Textiles
- Emporium Auction
- Modern Art
- Native American
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