In browsing the catalog of Solomon Treasure’s upcoming sale, you might be surprised to find the figure of Michael Jackson presented alongside Emperor Maximilian I. An unusual collision exists between the ancient and the modern in this buy-now sale, with commonality in the quality and rarity of every piece. The Summer Fine Antique Sale also boasts no buyer’s premiums and prices ranging from $500 to $275,000.
The dominant style of this sale is French ormolu, with the iconic gilded finish connecting vitrines to vases. Each piece bears its own story and history showcased alongside its visual appeal. A French jewelry box and accompanying table display miniatures of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI; the only other known example of this set was purchased by the Shah of Iran. A deeply elaborate Chinese coral sculpture depicts swirling trees and pensive scholars, all presented in a vividly scarlet shade.
The opportunity this auction presents is truly unparalleled. Antique collectibles can be purchased outright alongside modern artworks, including sterling silver animal sculptures from Gianmaria Buccellati. View the full catalog to buy these pieces and many more on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (13), Decorative Arts (97), Furniture (18), Jewelry (2), Asian Works of Art (2), Watches & Clocks (1)
# of Lots:174
Price Range:$500 to $275,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rare Important French Ormolu Sevres Style Porcelain Jewelry Box on Bronze Table||
|Enamel Gold and Rock Crystal Figure of Emperor Maximilian I by Reinhold Vasters||
|Francois Linke, Rare & Important Pair of French Ormolu & Vernis Martin Vitrines||
|Gianmaria Buccellati, a Rare and Exceptional Italian Silver Deer Stag||
|Exceptional Large Chinese Carved Coral Figural Group of a Pine Tree & Scholars||
|Large Solid Silver Figure Statue of Michael Jackson King of Pop by Dhand||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Watches & Clocks
- Antique Decorative Arts
- antique furniture
- Modern Art
- Rare 18th Century
- Rare 19th Century
- Rare Collectibles
- Solomon Treasure
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