The October Eclectic Auction presented by Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers presents an opportunity to view the breadth of American culture. Its categories are diverse, yet connected by an underlying wonder about the past. Decorative art, furniture, dolls and toys, fine art, and much more is included in the sale. From the grandest statement pieces to the most unusual oddities, this auction reaches every corner of American history.
Vintage flatware takes center stage in this sale with an elegant set of Towle pieces. The “King Richard” pattern was patented in 1932, showing its timeless elegance to be in excellent condition. Cast iron toy motorcycles make a strong showing, with colorful toys marking the optimism of the early 20th century. Numerous antique dolls are also highlighted. Not every lot focuses on childhood’s playfulness, though, with several furniture and jewelry items available. Two vintage diamond rings are of particular interest, each with a blue stone center surrounded by small round diamonds. View these items and many more by visiting Invaluable.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (54), Decorative Art (181), Dolls, Bears & Toys (57), Fine Art (62), Furniture (271), Jewelry (22)
# of Lots:587
Price Range:$50 - $2,100.
Interesting lots include:
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|SET OF TOWLE KING RICHARD PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE|| Estimate: |
|LANDSCAPE BY JOHN FAED JR. (UNITED KINGDOM, 1856-1920)|| Estimate: |
|TWO VINTAGE WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RINGS|| Estimate: |
|PAINTED AND DECORATED CHILDRENS SLEIGH|| Estimate: |
|GROUP OF SIX DOLLS INCLUDING ONE NIPPON|| Estimate: |