The assortment of 382 items presented in the upcoming sale by A.H.Wilkens Auction & Appraisals is a blend of fine and decorative works of art. This sale brings together a selection of jewelry, porcelain, and paintings, with a medley of antique furniture and mid-century modern decorations. Many of these lots distinguish the auction from any other with their unusual figures and masks such as the Songye double fetish figure and Large Toma (flat forehead) mask. Antiques like Continental ornamental snuff and English sterling dispenser sets a noble atmosphere for any vintage collectors.
In addition to that is one of the noteworthy pieces offered- a portrait of a girl in blue from circa 1897 that wields the brushstrokes of Stansmore Dean Stevenson. The painting captures the innocence in the eyes of a little girl. This diverse selection, entrusted with African collection from the personal home of Joey & Toby Tanenbaum, works well alongside each other to deliver an auction experience of the highest caliber. Find more information about the auction and register to bid online on A.H.Wilkens Auction & Appraisals.
# of Lots:382
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|SONGYE DOUBLE FETISH FIGURE|| Estimate: |
|Stansmore R.L. Dean Stevenson (scottish,1866-1944)|| Estimate: |
|Large toma mask|| Estimate: |
|Alfred joseph woolmer (british, 1805-1892)|| Estimate: |