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Continental, Likely 18th Century

Lot 0217 Details

Description
Continental, Likely 18th Century
Hercules
carved white marble
unsigned
Height 38 inches.
Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York
Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others.

McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.
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Continental, Likely 18th Century

Estimate $8,000 - $12,000
Oct 19
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0217: Continental, Likely 18th Century

Sold for $45,000
28 Bids
Est. $8,000 - $12,000Starting Price $4,000
European Furniture & Decorative Arts, Day 1
Tue, Oct 19, 2021 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0217 Details

Description
...
Continental, Likely 18th Century
Hercules
carved white marble
unsigned
Height 38 inches.
Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York
Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others.

McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.
Condition
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<br>For condition inquiries please contact fdcr@hindmanauctions.com.

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