Jennifer Elizabeth Lee is a ceramist famous for her handmade pots. Lee creates her artistic pottery ware using the conventional pinch and coil technique. Her signature technique also involves the careful addition of metallic oxides to clay. These elements impart color, texture, and strength to Lee’s pots. The upcoming event from Auctions at Showplace presents a ceramic bowl by Jennifer Lee. The modern studio art pottery ceramic bowl is notable for its finish and form.
Another highlight is a Buccellati silver Palm Beach pattern dinner service. The 1970 flatware set for 12 consists of 175 pieces. These handcrafted pieces are remarkable for their timeless designs and brilliant material integrity. The flatware pieces have tapered handles and depict fine ornamental details and essential hallmarks. Also showcased is a landscape painting by Emile A. Gruppe portraying an idyllic village scene. The available painting shows elements like a church, river, trees, and houses. The edgy brushstrokes in the Impressionist oil painting offer a realistic effect. The artwork is also notable for its rich pastel colors, accentuating background elements. Rounding out the catalog are a Paul Dachsel Art Nouveau vase, Mikimoto pearl jewelry, Sèvres porcelain articles, Kayo Lennar paintings, Regency furniture, and a Montblanc Meisterstuck fountain pen. Interested collectors can explore the entire catalog, register to bid online on Bidsquare, and browse other online auctions.
# of Lots:280
Price Range:$400 - $18,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Jennifer Lee Studio Art Pottery Ceramic Bowl.|| Estimate: |
|Buccellati Silver Palm Beach Part Service for 12.|| Estimate: |
|Emile A. Gruppe Landscape Oil on Masonite.|| Estimate: |
|Vladimir Kagan Omnibus Modern Lucite Angle Sofa.|| Estimate: |
|Paul Dachsel Amphora Art Nouveau Leaf-Lobed Vase.|| Estimate: |
|Vintage Mikimoto14K Gold Akoya Pearl Brooch.|| Estimate: |