The Collector’s Sale: Design auction presented by Freeman’s Auction offers a bit of history from the 19th century all the way through the 1980s. Beginning with a pair of Papa Bear-style chairs designed by Hans Wegner (1914-2007) and manufactured by A.P. Stolen in Denmark, circa 1965. The two chairs feature a cream-colored upholstery with a flower pattern throughout. These chairs would be lovely in any family setting.
A sure hit among crowd is a Paul Evans designed table (1965) that is highlighted with patchwork. He selected patinated copper, brass, pewter, and slate for materials. Also included in the auction is a late 19th century bronze doorknob from Tiffany Studios. The period doorknob comes complete with two door plates and would be a perfect choice for a well-crafted door. A beautiful wood painted 20th century screen stands 77 ½ inches tall and shows women and a dog admiring a pair of pink flamingoes. Visit Invaluable to view all 104 items and to place a bid today.
# of Lots:104
Price Range:$60 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Hans Wegner (Danish, 1914-2007) A pair of Papa Bear chairs, AP Stolen, Denmark, circa 1965|| Estimate: |
|Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) Patchwork table, circa 1965|| Estimate: |
|A bronze door knob Tiffany Studios, New York, NY, late 19th century|| Estimate: |
|An Arts & Crafts style figural painted wood screen 20th century|| Estimate: |
|Francis McCarthy (American, 1923-2005) Tiled panel with nude figures, dated 1981|| Estimate: |
|Style of Jane and Gordon Martz A pair of teak wood and white marble table lamps, circa 1960s|| Estimate: |