BOCA RATON, Fla. – On June 25, commencing at 4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, Carstens Galleries will present its Museum Quality Antique Treasures Auction, with over 580 lots that include the finest and largest offering to date of over 100 sculptures of old European and Oriental ivory and netsuke. LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding.
The event will also present a very special collection of 18th and 19th century European paintings, provided in consignment from a private collector. Other offerings in this auction, include a rare Emile Galle tray with subject World War I marqueterie, bronze sculptures, original Sevres lamps and vases, classic Carrara marble sculptures, and a unique group of 18th century European seals in amber, bronze, silver, ivory and gold. Also present, is a choice selection of Art Deco by Schneider, Varnier, Bertetti, and Art Nouveau by Charpentier, Larche and Wisinger among others.
The many treasures in the catalog also include masterpieces from Lalique, Daum Nancy, Charder, Limoges, and a choice selection of Murano glass.
As usual, Carstens Galleries as a service to its bidders, specifies in its catalogs the estimated shipping cost of almost all its lots, and for very heavy or large items, requests information about possible destination of a lot to provide the buyer with correct information and coordination of shipping by Carstens Galleries.
For additional information about any lot in this auction, call Claudio Calderon at Carstens Galleries 561-393 6067 or email the auctioneers any inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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