MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. – Charleston Estate Auctions’ May 3 online auction event has a great assortment of items – 350 lots – from exceptional Southern estates. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.
The auction includes a large collection of sterling silver and fine antique art from Brogdon Manor Plantation in South Carolina, property from several prominent Charleston families including Tiffany Winthrop sterling silver from the estate of Maj. Gen. Carroll LeTellier, a large collection of rare antique pewter, artwork from a New York art dealer, fine quality Persian rugs, china, Limoges porcelain, mirrors, furniture, sports trading cards and much more.
– An antique English sterling silver repoussé footed punch bowl made in 1899 by Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield England (above). The design has a fluted base and sides, and repoussé scrolls and foliage.
– An exceptional oil on canvas portrait of a handsome, well-dressed young man by Jerome D. Fielding (1822-1870), that has been professionally cleaned and placed in a modern period black and gold frame (below).
– Fine oil on canvas portrait of a stunning young woman done in 1921 by Clarence Rudolph Mattei (1883-1945) in a giltwood frame that measures 30 by 21 by 2½ inches.
– Six five-piece sterling silver place settings in the 1909 Winthrop pattern designed by Albert A. Southwick.
Auction goes will go live online May 3 at 1 p.m. Eastern. Registration and absentee bidding will be accepted until noon on the day of the sale.
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