Holiday trees, in the 18th century, were adorned with apples, gilded and natural fruits, nuts, candles, and presents. It was during 1848 that the first glass ornament appeared as Christmas decorations. Like an antique, shiny, pear-shaped Kugel ornament. This rare find is valuable with the highest estimation of $ 4,000. Lifetime Coll. Of Dr. Albert K. and Ruth C. Rogers auction by Hess Auction Group offers a chance to bid for this German amber glass.
The auction also features the Glazed redware figure of a dog. The hand-modeled figure depicts a dog with incised features, reclining on an oblong base, along with a basket of apples. Similarly, adding an appeal to the collection is a seamless oil on canvas by J.C. Platt. The painting displays a masterful work on the portrait of a girl with Muff. Buyers may go through the catalog on Hess Auction Group.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (595)
# of Lots:595
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rare Antique German Amber Glass Pear Form Kugel|| Estimate: |
|Glazed Redware Figure of a Recumbent Dog with Bask|| Estimate: |
|J.C. Platt Oil on Canvas Portrait of a Girl with M|| Estimate: |
|Liverpool George Washington Commemorative Creamwar|| Estimate: |
|O.L. & A.K. Ballard Five Gallon Stoneware Crock.|| Estimate: |