The first day of the upcoming Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts, and Silver event, presented by Hindman, brings to auction over 250 pieces from various countries. Representing Russia is a 20th-century letter opener made of gold and several different gemstones. Jade decorates the bottom half of the nine-inch-long letter opener, while a bulldog sits on the top.
From France comes a pair of porcelain ginger jars by Camille Le Tallec. A notable 20th-century Parisian craftsman, Le Tallec’s clients included Queen Elizabeth II and King Mohammad V of Morocco. Another French piece is a carved walnut armoire dated between 1860 and 1870. Two cherubs kiss on the top of the armoire, and a carved sheet joins the couple to other seated figures. Rounding out the event’s featured lots is a rock crystal skull. Its headdress is made of lapis lazuli, coral, and turquoise. Interested collectors can view each lot and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (26), Decorative Arts (114), Furniture (99), Watches & Clocks (22),, Asian Works of Art (6)
# of Lots:276
Price Range:$100 - $20,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Italian Bronze Figural Group After the Antique||
|French Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Armoire||
|A Pair of Camille Le Tallec Black Shoulder Porcelain Ginger Jars||
|A Filigree, Lapis Lazuli, Coral, and Turquoise Mounted Rock Crystal Skull||
|A Russian Gold and Gemstone Mounted Hard-Stone Letter Opener||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Watches & Clocks
- Camille Le Tallec
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