Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
Beacon, NY, United States
DoneMon, Apr 17, 2017 9:00 PM GMT
Unreserved Spring Estate Auction
Hudson Valley Auctioneers will conduct a unreserved two session multi estate Monday April 17th in our Beacon, New York gallery. Including choice lots from estates in Bedford, Scarsdale, Forest Hills, the UWS and several other area consignments. Asian items including textiles, fine porcelains, carvings, artworks and other items precede Russian glassware, a rare San Zeno faience dinner service and other sets of glass and china. Garden includes Victorian urns, vintage Woodard and Salterini, cement and a carved marble Christ statue from a Saugerties NY monastery. American and Continental furniture will be plentiful throughout both sessions and features a fine French inlaid tall chest, several marble topped Victorian walnut pieces, Stickley cherry bedroom set, a matching Victorian ebonized bedroom set and a heavily carved oak hall bench, art includes artwork by the local artist Michael Kelly and this sale has 8 small oils originally purchased from the artist. Another artist well represented by 9 large oils is Gino Hollander, abstract and portraiture from the Forest Hills estate, a former patron of the artist. A small Otto Bierhalls and a small Louis Valtot, both floral still life's are also in the group. Mid Century items from a Cold Spring storage include two Ligne Roset leather sofas, a pair of E15 walnut benches by Philipp Mainzer, two sets Thonet bent ply chairs, as well as many accessories from the period. Country galore with candle molds, butter molds, maple sugar molds, hyacinth vases, stoneware flasks, cookie cutters, quilts, wrought iron, tramp art and more. Railroad collectors and Tarrytown NY supporters with be interested in the original cast iron station sign and Pullman stool found in a local barn. The session finishes off with a large stamp collection and estate carpets. All items can be viewed on our photopage at Auctionzip as well. See company website or contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399.