Paul Evans was a leading figure in the mid-century American studio and brutalist furniture movement. An example of his work is available in the New York City Estate Auction, presented by Showplace Antique+Design Center. The cabinet designed by Paul Evans is adorned with four welded steel doors and a poly-chromed exterior. Along with furniture, the upcoming event offers 352 lots of categories such as fine art, decorative arts, Asian works of art, jewelry and more.
During the 17th and 18th centuries, parrots used to be the most common subject of the traditional carvings in Tairona civilization. A golden Tairona finial featuring the body of a man with the stylized face of a parrot is being featured in this auction. Similarly, being presented as one of the highest estimated value is Ilias Lalounis’ necklace with Lapis lazuli. The oval and round gemstones are set in 18-karat golden hinged choker necklace. Browse the full catalog and register for online bidding at Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Pop Culture (2), Fine Art (36), Decorative Arts (174), Furniture (40), Jewelry (52), Asian Works of Art (11), Watches & Clocks (12), Couture & Textiles (1), Collectibles (24)
# of Lots:352
Interesting lots include:
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|Paul Evans Directional Brutalist Cabinet PE-40A|| Estimate: |
|Pre-Columbian gold Tairona Tumbaga Parrot Finial|| Estimate: |
|Nicola Simbari Carta Romana Oil on Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Lalounis Manner 18K Gold & Lapis Lazuli Necklace|| Estimate: |
|French Gilt-Bronze Figurative Mantel Clock 19th C|| Estimate: |