Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and SilverUpdated on
Celestial art and furniture, fused at their finest as décor items, can be found in abundance in the Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver auction by Hindman. Comprising over 500 lots, the Hindman auction features everything from a 17th-century Flemish mythological tapestry depicting Diana the Huntress to Meiji era, Japanese Imari Porcelain Jar.
Intricate marquetry of three aligned drawers, painted to show various courting couples in both interior and exterior scenes on a late 19th Louis XVI Style gilt and porcelain mounted Secrétaire stands tall as the highest estimated item. Attributed to Giovanni Maffezzoli (1776-1818) is an Italian Neoclassical commode with notable marquetry depicting classical and gothic structures. Other beauties include a Luigi Garzi, an Italian oil painting that depicts St. Catherine of Sienna, a cherishable portrait of a young boy with his basket of oysters by Gustav Dittenberger (1794-1879), of many.
And no fine furniture and art auction would be complete without a grand piano in mahogany from Steinway and Sons. Bid starts at $100 and goes up to $40,00 in this massive collection of fine furniture, decorative art, and silverware. Don’t want to miss out? Register online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:573
Price Range:$100- $40,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Porcelain Mounted Marquetry Secretaire Bibliotheque||
|A North Italian Neoclassical Marquetry Commode||
|Luigi Garzi (Italian, 1638-1721)||
|A Steinway & Sons Mahogany Grand Piano||
|Attributed to Gustav Dittenberger (German, 1794-1879)||
|A Chinese Carved and Hardstone Inlaid Table Screen||
|A Jalisco Clay Figure||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Asian Art
- Decorative Art
- fine furniture
- Giovanni Maffezzoli
- Grand Piano
- Gustav Dittenberger
- Italian Neoclassical
- Luigi Garzi
- Steinway & Sons Mahogany
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