The popularity of Automobiles was ignited when Karl Benz developed a gasoline-powered automobile in 1885. A decade and a half later, a group of businessmen was inspired to make vehicles with exquisite designs and affordable rates; this resulted in one of the most prominent automobile companies of all time, the Hudson Motor Car Company.
One of the best of Hudson’s production, the magnificent 1927 Hudson super six supercharged sports tourer is being presented by Cottone Auctions. The automobile was built in Australia by the master craftsman, Wolfgang Rebien and catches the attention of onlookers with an estimation of $160,000.
Apart from automobiles, Fine Art & Antiques auction has a diversified array of categories that buyers can choose from; furniture, jewelry, lamps art & glass pottery, military, oriental rugs, paintings & prints, to name a few. “Dragonfly” Table Lamp by Tiffany Studios highlights the section of lamps art & glass poetry, with its flawless design. The shade was designed by Clara Driscoll and made out of Leaded glass & is patinated bronze. Notable items such as a Marble Head of Dionysos and 3 Carat Asscher Cut Diamond Ring can also be found in the collection of 328 ranging from $400 – $160,000. Please visit Invaluable
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art, Collectibles (21), Decorative Art (63), Fine Art (73), Furniture (120)
# of Lots:328
Price Range:$400 - $160,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|1927 Hudson Super Six Supercharged Sports Tourer||
|1931 Cadillac 335 Fleetwood||
|Tiffany Studios, New York, Dragonfly Table Lamp||
|Marble Head of Dionysos||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Cadillac 335 Fleetwood
- Diamond Ring
- Marble Head of Dionysos
- Oriental Rugs
- Table Lamp
- Tiffany Studios
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