Prime Auction Gallery’s upcoming 60th Antiques & Fine Art sale features a porcelain plaque from KPM (Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur) Berlin, one of Europe’s oldest porcelain manufactories. The 1890s KPM porcelain plaque depicts a woman with delicate features and black hair tied up with a green ribbon. The piece has a royal scepter mark and a gilt frame.
This antiques auction will highlight a sterling silver vanity set by Shreve & Co. The seven-piece set features Art Nouveau details and floral motifs. George C. Shreve and his nephew, Samuel S. Shreve, opened the silver company in the 1850s. Shreve & Co. silver remains popular among presidents, business leaders, and philanthropists. The catalog offers a selection of antique furniture, including a Louis XV-style ormolu clock by Jean-Henri Riesener. Made in the late 19th century, the clock features parquetry decorations, a quarter-chiming longcase, and a sunburst pendulum. Bidders can also consider a short Darbar sword from the Persian Pahlavi dynasty. It measures 18 inches long. Find more than 400 lots of fine art, decorative art, furniture, jewelry, watches, and Native American collectibles on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:456
Price Range:$150 - $48,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|KPM Plaque of a Beauty in Gilt Frame, Circa 1890|| Estimate: |
|Art Noveau Sterling Silver Geo C. Sherve & Co. San|| Estimate: |
|A French Ormolu Mahogany Marquetry & Parquetry|| Estimate: |
|Large Argentinian Bronze and Marble Figure Signed|| Estimate: |
|Persian Pahlavi|| Estimate: |