Nantucket Oil Painting by Robert Stark Jr. & 4.10-Carat Emerald-Cut Diamond Ring Lead Rafael Osona Auctions’ Annual Christmas Stroll SaleDec 02, 2023 09:30 EST
A 4.10-carat emerald-cut diamond ring will lead the upcoming Annual Christmas Stroll Auction, offered by Rafael Osona Auctions. The diamond in focus has I color and VVS1 clarity, according to its GIA report. The emerald-cut diamond is flanked by two baguette diamonds. A Georg Jensen and Edvard Kindt-Larsen 18-karat yellow gold link bracelet, signed by Georg Jensen, is also a leading lot. Edvard Kindt-Larsen (1901 – 1982), an architect from Denmark, produced a wide range of work in cooperation with his wife, Tove Kindt-Larsen. The couple shared an astute sense of quality that coincided with the taste of the day. For this bracelet, they collaborated with renowned silversmith Georg Jensen.
Another top lot is Robert Stark Jr.’s oil on Masonite painting titled Red-Sailed Catboat Rounding Brant Point, Nantucket. It is signed on the lower right corner and molded in a gilt frame with a carved rope border. Robert Stark Jr. (1933 – 2014) worked principally in oil on canvas or panel. Stark was best known for coastal scenes that feature an iconic red-sailed catboat. The aerial perspective and concealment of visible brushstrokes characterize his artworks. His red-sailed catboat paintings evoke tranquility and calm. Additional fine art offerings include works by Antonio Jacobsen, Harry J. Sunter, Isabelle Hollister Tuttle, Anne Ramsdell Congdon, and many others. View the complete catalog of the Annual Christmas Stroll Auction and find other online auctions by visiting Bidsquare.
# of Lots:665
Price Range:$150- $100,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Platinum 4.10 cts Emerald Cut Diamond Ring, GIA Report I Color, VVS1 Stone|| Estimate: |
|Robert Stark Jr. Oil on Masonite Red-Sailed Catboat Rounding Brant Point, Nantucket|| Estimate: |
|18kt Yellow Gold and 8.0 cts Diamond Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|Vermont Sheraton Mahogany Inlaid Chest of Drawers, 19th Century|| Estimate: |
|Painted Cast Iron Fido Still Bank, 19th Century|| Estimate: |