Featuring Alexander Calder Works on Paper, Lark Mason Associates Presents a Fine and Decorative Arts Sale Now Open for Bidding on iGavelAuctions.com

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Alexander Calder (1898-1976), Pinwheel & Hourglass,
Gouache on Paper, 1944 FD1C
Alexander Calder (1898-1976), Pinwheel & Hourglass,
Gouache on Paper, 1944 FD1C

New York, NY, and New Braunfels, TX – Lark Mason Associates announces that their highly anticipated sale of Fine and Decorative Arts is now available for bidding exclusively on iGavelAuctions.com until Tuesday, February 27th. Among the treasures awaiting discerning collectors are remarkable works on paper by the iconic Alexander Calder, alongside a diverse array of over 125 lots of Continental and Asian furniture, mirrors, carpets, lamps, paintings, watches, and silver, spanning the 18th to 20th centuries.

“We are thrilled to offer this exceptional collection of Alexander Calder’s works on paper, showcasing the ingenuity and timeless allure of one of the most revered artists of our era,” remarks Lark Mason, founder of Lark Mason Associates. Among the notable Calder pieces–each with a label designating the provenance of Perls Galleries, specialists in French contemporary art from 1937 to 1997 in New York)–are Pinwheel & Hourglass, a captivating Gouache on Paper from 1944 (Estimate: $25,000-35,000); Red Discs, an enchanting Gouache on Paper created in 1964 (Estimate: $25,000-35,000); Yellow Yin and Red Yang, a vibrant Gouache on Paper dating to 1967 (Estimate: $15,000-20,000); and the evocative Misty Moisty was the Morn, an Ink on Paper from 1944 (Estimate: $5,000-7,000). 

Mason emphasizes that the inviting estimates have been carefully set to stimulate spirited bidding. Highlighting the furniture selection are exquisite pieces such as a Louis XV Marble-top Commode (Estimate: $2,500-3,500); a circa 1900 Austrian Bentwood Settee (Estimate: $700-1,000); a George III Inlaid Mahogany Demi-Lune Sideboard (Estimate: $600-900); and a Set of Eight Regency Brass-inlaid Mahogany Dining Chairs (Estimate: $3,000-5,000).

The decorative arts offerings feature standout items including a Massive Japanese Cloisonne Vase, circa 1900 (Estimate: $1,000-1500); a resplendent 19th-century John and William Vokins Rococo Style Giltwood Mirror (Estimate: $1,000-2,000); a striking Pair of Baroque Style Wrought Iron Candle Stands (Estimate: $800-1200); a Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Creamer Set, designed by Johan Rohde (Estimate: $200-400); and a set of Twelve Wallace Sterling Silver Goblets (Estimate: $600-900).

About Lark Mason Associates

With offices in New Braunfels, Texas, and New York City, Lark Mason Associates is a distinguished auction house specializing in Asian, ethnographic, and ancient works of art. Founded two decades ago by Lark Mason, who boasts extensive expertise garnered from years of experience at Sotheby’s New York, the firm offers comprehensive appraisal services and unparalleled insights into American, European, and Chinese art. Mason’s illustrious career includes roles as a General Appraiser and Senior Vice President at Sotheby’s, as well as serving as a consulting curator at the Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, Texas. Renowned for his appearances on “The Antiques Roadshow,” Mason is also the owner and CEO of iGavel Auctions, where Lark Mason Associates regularly hosts its auctions, including record-breaking sales that have garnered international acclaim.

For further information, please visit Lark Mason Associates at www.larkmasonassociates.com or follow on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @larkmasonassoc.

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