A beautiful ensemble of silverware dominates session II of the Estates & Collections auction by Charlton Hall. One does not come across silver flatware as enticing and aesthetic as the one put forth by Tiffany & Co. The vintage and limited-edition American silver flatware set of Broom Corn pattern are considered among the finest works by the brand.
Silverware is followed by an extensive collection of guns and rifles. Westley Richards holds royal warrants since 1840 for serving firearms to the royal army. A rare pair of Westley Richards 50 cal. percussion Officer’s pistol is a sought-after collectible.
Collectors can also explore fine paintings, furniture and other prominent pieces of history. “Marsh at dawn” watercolor on paper by Charleston Renaissance leader -Alice Ravenel Huger Smith and the Catawba pottery vessels will also be a part of the auction. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Charlton Hall.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (19), Decorative Art (222), Dolls, Bears & Toys (2), Fine Art (53), Furniture (30), Guns & Firearms (49)
# of Lots:375
Price Range:$150 - $20,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|American Silver Broom Corn Pattern Flatware Set, Tiffany & Co|| Estimate: |
|American Silver, Mokume, Mixed-Metal Centerpiece, Tiffany & Co|| Estimate: |
|Alice Ravenel Huger Smith|| Estimate: |
|Rare Pair Westley Richards 50 Cal. Percussion Officer's Pistols In Case|| Estimate: |
|Catawba Pottery Vessels|| Estimate: |