September Fine Art & Antiques Day 2 by Neue Auctions will present their finest finds for collectors at every level. An important collectible is a conventional needlework sampler displaying a pastoral scene with a shepherd by Catherine May. The needlework holds great historic value for the life of women in the 18th century it represents. The Caucasian wool carpet runner with the typical Shirvan style is a widely collected antique in the world. This one is among the prime collectibles among other rugs and carpets on display.
A hefty 40.6 carat Paraiba Tourmaline stone, a very rare pair of Chinese stands with carved jade decorations, an unusual sterling silver and 18K gold baby dragon are the top finds from the auction. More mention worthy collectibles include 1829 atlas of 76 HC plates of birds by Alexander Wilson, lots of fabulous designer handbags, beautiful sterling flatware, gorgeous antique carpets, and a variety of hard to find Asian and Native American decorative and goodies. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (15), Decorative Arts (74), Furniture (73), Jewelry (25), Asian Works of Art (47), Watches & Clocks (5), American Indian & Ethnographic (5), Couture & Textiles (17), Collectibles (32)
# of Lots:282
Price Range:$150- $150,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|40.60 carat Paraiba tourmaline|| Estimate: |
|American needlework sampler by Catherine May|| Estimate: |
|Pair of Chinese carved Jade mounted Zitan stands|| Estimate: |
|Heuer Mappenmonde Leonides wrist watch|| Estimate: |
|Caucasian Shirvan wool carpet runner|| Estimate: |