Hindman’s upcoming Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts & Silver auction in February will include a Chinese hardwood daybed, a 20th-century empire-style chandelier, and a pair of Renaissance Revival leather oak armchairs. Highlighted in the sale is a late 19th-century German silver sculpture. This table ornament shows a three-masted and fully staffed ship. In miniature, it is rigged and decorated with mythological figures and scrolls. The ship is raised on wheels and stands almost 28 inches tall.
An Italian Renaissance tapestry can also be found in this auction. This late 16th-century scenic tapestry depicts King Henry II and other hunters with a villa in the background. It is weaved in shades of blue, green, and brown. A key piece of furniture presented in the sale is a 19th century Louis XVI-style marquise. The small sofa is patterned with flowers set against an intricately carved beechwood frame. View the whole catalog and register to bid by visiting Invaluable.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (29), Collectibles (45), Decorative Art (51), Fine Art (37), Furniture (364)
# of Lots:531
Price Range:$200 - $18,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|A German Silver Nef||
|A Chinese Carved Hardwood and Hardstone-Inset Daybed||
|An Italian Late Renaissance Tapestry||
|An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Chandelier||
|A Louis XVI Style Carved Beechwood Marquise||
|A Pair of Renaissance Revival Leather-Upholstered Oak Armchairs||
- Asian Furniture
- Asian Works Of Art
- Bedroom Furniture
- Cabinets, Armoires & Cupboards
- Ceramics and Pottery
- Ceramics, Bowls & Glass
- Chairs, Sofas & Lounges
- Chests & Boxes
- Coins, Currency & Stamps
- Decorative Arts
- Dressers, Desks & Vanities
- Fine Art
- Lamps, Lighting & Candlesticks
- Musical Instruments & Equipment
- Necklaces & Pendants
- Pens & Writing Instruments
- Rugs & Carpets
- Silver & Vertu
- Tables & Consoles
- Textiles & Tapestries
- Chinese Daybed
- Empire Style Chandelier
- German Silver Nef
- Louis XVI
- Renaissance Tapestry
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