Heavily carved crests, marble tops, black and gold incisions, and the Victorian “more is more” philosophy dominated Renaissance Revival furniture. Inspired by the fashions of the 1500s, walnut wood was used for this intricate style. The upcoming 2021 Americana auction, presented by Ross Auction Company, LLC, will feature a Renaissance Revival sideboard. Details inspired by 17th-century Baroque and Gothic furntiure can also be found on the piece.
An antique sword is also available in the auction. The sword once belonged to American military officer Lt. John Tucker during the War of 1812. A Gilbert Gaul Impressionist oil painting depicting a woman holding a dog is also on sale. Other notable lots include a pair of bronze and Fabrile glass candlesticks from Tiffany and an elaborate sofa made by Joseph Meeks. For the full catalog or to register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:407
Price Range:$15 - $18,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Renaissance Revival Minerva Sideboard|| Estimate: |
|1810 Lt. John Tucker's War of 1812 Sword|| Estimate: |
|Gilbert Gaul Impressionist Painting Oil on Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Pair Tiffany Studios Gold Favrile Bronze Candlesticks|| Estimate: |
|Joseph Meeks Stanton Hall Sofa|| Estimate: |