This September, Rachel Davis Fine Arts is here to offer Fine & Decorative Arts at Auction – Sale 217, the highlight of which is a work of Antoine Blanchard. This exquisite piece of art embodies Blanchard’s delicate touches and tones that produce an expression of harmony. It utilizes a mesmerizing color palette to relive the period in Paris, by showing pleasant strolls along boulevards, when the time was idle and life wasn’t rushed.
Among the 546 lots, a piece that makes one realize the uniqueness of the collection is the bottle whimsy by Carl Worner. He is a prolific craftsman whose art has been able to capture stories in a bottle. Among over 100 surviving examples, one of his carvings has made it to the auction. Beyond that bottle of amusement lies many other significant categories. In particular, the highest estimated lot at $7,000 is a Hosea Hayden camp stool. A combination of variety and unique artistry is well presented in this sale, discerning some of the finest art selection. View the full catalog and register for bidding on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (188), Decorative Arts (127), Furniture (58), Asian Works of Art (4), Watches & Clocks (2), Couture & Textiles (1), Collectibles (139), Wine & Spirits (24)
# of Lots:546
Price Range:$20 - $7,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Hosea Hayden camp stool|| Estimate: |
|Set of Tiffany Co. sterling silver flatware|| Estimate: |
|Carl Probst oil|| Estimate: |
|Antoine Blanchard oil|| Estimate: |
|Carl Worner Bottle whimsey|| Estimate: |