Americana, folk art lead off Woodbury Auction event Apr. 21
According to Thomas Schwenke, owner/auctioneer, “this auction of over 650 lots has a tremendous selection of great objects in many categories, and the Americana group is really wonderful.”
This sale includes a fine four-piece Victorian carved walnut parlor suite composed of a settee, armchair and two side chairs, a vast collection of cast-iron toys and miniatures, over 24 Doris Stauble floral arrangements, and many fine examples of American country painted furniture and accessory items.
A Waylande Gregory Reclining Nude sculpture is featured, along with other fine art including a Native American portrait by Noel Daggett, a Henry Davis oil on canvas of a wooded river landscape, and a Hudson River School oil on board.
Important furniture pieces include a Hepplewhite-style pine table with a lazy Susan turning platform in the center, a primitive Hepplewhite Southern hunt board, an American country pine apothecary cabinet with an open shelf top over 30 drawers, a Connecticut corner cupboard and a Phyfe School classical carved mahogany sideboard.
Asian items include a pair of Chinese enamel porcelain ginger jars and several enamel porcelain bowls, and a silver and brass opium box.
This sale also will feature many estate Oriental carpets including Persian and Caucasian room and scatter-size rugs, and other regional Asian rugs of varying sizes.
For details call Woodbury Auction at 203-266-0323.
View the fully illustrated catalog and sign up to bid absentee or live via the Internet at www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
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