Bunch Auctions will present the upcoming Quarterly Fine & Decorative Arts Catalog, featuring a spectrum of fine art by regional and international artists. A collection of Grateful Dead memorabilia is of particular interest in this auction. Another lot—a landscape painting entitled Ring of Autumn by Barclay Rubincam— depicts the history and beauty of the rural Pennsylvania countryside. Fine art offerings from Henry Tatnall, George Cope, Alexander Stuart, and Andrew Wyeth are also featured.
The Limoges Audubon dinnerware from Tiffany & Co. was designed to match the brand’s classic Audubon flatware. This floral porcelain set well complements the decorative silverware pieces, offered in a separate lot. Other items featured in this sale come from the collection of Larry Grief, a former sound technician for the Allman Brothers Band, Phish, and many other rock groups. Grief collected signed posters, ephemera, vinyl records, and other memorabilia when he toured with the bands. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bunch Auctions.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (233), Clocks (8), Furniture (118), Glass (24), Instruments (20), Jewelry (19), Rugs (4), Sculpture (3)
# of Lots:673
Price Range:$80- $12,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Ring of Autumn painting by Barclay Rubincam||
|Limoges Tiffany Audubon dinnerware||
|Steinway model B Rosewood grand piano||
|Framed images of Bob Dylan and the band||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Alexander Stuart
- Allman Brothers Band
- Andrew Wyeth
- Barclay Rubincam
- Bunch Auctions
- George Cope
- Grateful Dead
- Henry Tatnall
- Larry Grief
- Limoges Audubon
- Tiffany & Co
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