CHESTER, N.Y. – William Jenack Estate Appraisers and Auctioneers will conduct a fine art and antique auction at the Jenack gallery, with Internet live bidding through LiveAuctioneers.com, on Sunday, Sept. 9, beginning at 11 a.m. EDT. The first of the auctioneer’s fall sales will include jewelry, antique gilt frames, silver, glass, furniture, bronzes, and Japanese art and objects.
Noteworthy glass lots include a Quezel silver overlay Art Nouveau vase, signed Quezal, N.Y.; a pair of vintage Murano figures of a man and woman and a Venini style vase; an enamel decorated custard glass vase; and a set of Lalique crystal goblets, among many others.
Bakelite will lead off the jewelry section of the sale with several rare pieces including a red peacock with malten green swivel tail pin, a carved butterscotch wide brim hat pin with flowers, a carved red Bakelite brooch with brass vines and a cluster of cherries with Lucite leaves. Also in the category will be several lots of Native American Indian silver work, Georg Jensen, and several lots of antique and contemporary costume jewelry.
Furniture in the offering will include a 18th century Pennsylvania cherry highboy, a Hepplewhite style sideboard, an Anglo-Indian carved teakwood sunburst cabinet on chest, a pair of Art Deco carved rosewood and leather club/armchairs with lotus flowers, a Regency inlaid canterbury, a Globe carved oak vertical file cabinet with roll front, and an Arts and Crafts oak slant-front desk and bookcase combination, along with several other lots of 18th, 19th and 20th century furniture.
In silver there is an amazing Classical Revival sterling silver handled center bowl that is totally hand hammered and weighs over 118 troy ounces; a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver tea set that includes a tray, sugar and creamer and teapot; a Buccellati silver overlay nautilus shell and more.
As is with most Jenack sales, artwork will remain a strong contender for bidders’ attention with such artists as Earle Horter, Camille Pissarro and George Inness.
The sale will be rounded out by carpets, bronzes, lamps, chandeliers, porcelain, pottery and other decorative accessories.
View the fully illustrated catalog and sign up to bid absentee or live via the Internet at www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
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