Fine Silver Collection Part 2 & Other Estates by Showplace offers an array of sterling silver items, oil and acrylic paintings, furniture, jewelry, and more. A featured item of the auction is a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver box dated 1919. Enameled with a depiction of a woman in a harem, this box includes sapphires, rubies and green jade. Harem used to be the ultimate symbol of a Sultan’s power and ownership of women. A similar Tiffany & Co. box recently sold at Quinn’s Auction Galleries for $62,500. A Storr/Houle sterling silver-gilt Regency centerpiece with four candleholders is also included. This centerpiece has the engraved coat of arm of Featherstonehaugh and was made for Richard James Meade-Featherstonehaugh, Sovereign head, in 1778. John Houle was the apprentice to English master silversmith Paul Storr. The starting bids for this auction range from $20 to $2,000 and has estimates from $200 to $50,000. To view these items and more, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (45), Decorative Arts (191), Furniture (52), Jewelry (29), Watches & Clocks (13), Collectibles (22)
# of Lots:352
Price Range:$200 to $50,000.
Interesting lots include:
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|Tiffany & Co. Silver Enamel Odalisque / Harem Box|| Estimate: |
|Storr / Houle Silver Gilt Regency Centerpiece 18th|| Estimate: |
|Andrew Shunney Still Life with Flowers Oil|| Estimate: |
|English Georgian Silver Repousse Covered Urn|| Estimate: |
|Bielecky Brothers Rattan Cane & Wicker Dresser|| Estimate: |
|Samuel Roberts Georgian Silver & Crystal Inkstand|| Estimate: |