Finally, the third day of the auction explores and truly represents diversity. It showcases 20th Century decorative arts, vintage jewelry, watches and more to the liking of entrusting auction buyers. Highlights on the third-day consists of charcoal and chalk over collage by Henri Laurens and a Boudoir desk by Tiffany with oyster bay provenance. However, stealing the spotlight is an oil painting by Maurice (Valadon) Utrillo portraying the winter of the East Bank, Paris (around 1915). One can also bid for a rare and intense, yellow diamond ring, and a Gent’s Rolex. For registration bidding for all three days, go to Thomaston Place Auction.
Lot Categories:Asian Art & Antiques (20), Collectibles (13), Decorative Art (39), Fine Art (233), Furniture (65), Jewelry (84)
# of Lots:467
Price Range:$300 - $45,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|HENRI LAURENS (FRANCE, 1885-1954)||
|NATURAL YELLOW DIAMOND RING||
|BOUDOIR DESK BY TIFFANY WITH OYSTER BAY PROVENANCE||
|MAURICE (VALADON) UTRILLO (FRANCE, 1883-1955)||
|GENT'S ROLEX WATCH||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Andrew Newell Wyeth
- Henri Laurens
- Maurice (Valadon) Utrillo
- Natural Yellow
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