A diverse collection of antique collectibles is being presented in the upcoming Morton’s weekly auction by Morton Subastas. The weekly auctions by the house are always centered towards hosting a unique blend of artifacts for its collectors. A bronze statue titled “Women” is highest valued collectible of the auction. The bronze defines Victor Gutierrez’s attention to detail. All the statues from the series have different hairstyles, headgears as well as costumes based on the region they represent. The famous bronze ladies each have unique names.
Animal taxidermy head mounts have been a very popular collectible since ancient times. The 20th – century taxidermy of Coke´s Hartebeest belonging to the province of East Africa is an important collectible since a lot of Hartebeest species are extinct. Other notable pieces from the auction include a pair of 20th – century wood carved mirrors with rectangular beveled moons, “Park Scene” painting by Berkes Antal. The auction will also present antique and design furniture, jewelry, unique and rare collectibles, wines and more. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (300)
# of Lots:300
Price Range:$26 - $3150
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Víctor Gutiérrez. Mujeres. Firmado y fechado 90 en la base. Bronce III/X. Dimensiones: 85 x 85 x 48 cm.|| Estimate: |
|Candil. Siglo XX. Estilo María Teresa. Elaborado en cristal. Electrificado para 36 luces. Dimensiones: 183 x 110 x 110 cm|| Estimate: |
|Coke´s Hartebeest. Tanzania, África del Este. Siglo XX. Taxidermia. 90 x 40 x 63 cm.|| Estimate: |
|Jarrón. México. Siglo XX. Elaborado en cristal opaco. Decorado con paisajes boscosos en bajo relieve.|| Estimate: |
|Barómetro. Alemania. Siglo XX. En talla de madera. Con termómetro inferior, carátula blanca y manecillas tipo espada. 49 x 15 x 3 cm|| Estimate: |