Upcoming Willow Auction House Event Offers Over 400 Lots of Silverware, Furniture, and ArtworkFeb 03, 2022 12:00 EST
David Andersen was a gold and silversmith who started his eponymous line of skillfully crafted jewelry in 1876. In 1901, after David died, his son, Arthur Andersen, took over the family business and introduced a new line of enameled jewelry to the company’s collection. This new line became so successful it became synonymous with the David Andersen brand. Four David Andersen sterling enamel owl salt and pepper pots are available for sale in this upcoming Willow Auction House event.
The February Winter Wonderland Estate Finds auction will offer more than 400 lots of furniture, silverware, and artwork, including a Gorham Plymouth sterling silver pitcher. The water pitcher has a reeded helmet mouth, an oversized bracket handle, and a stepped oval foot. Chaise lounges in the style of Woodard Briarwood are also available. To view the full catalog or to place a bid, visit LiveAuctioneers.
Lot Categories:Collectibles, Decorative Arts, Fine Art, Furniture (398)
# of Lots:400
Price Range:$40 - $800
Interesting lots include:
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|4 David Andersen Sterling & Enamel Owl Salts|| Estimate: |
|Gorham Plymouth Sterling Silver Pitcher|| Estimate: |
|After Leon Bonnat Oil on Canvas Girl at Fountain|| Estimate: |
|Louis XV Style Rock Crystal Chandelier|| Estimate: |
|Chaise Lounges in the Style of Woodard Briarwood|| Estimate: |