MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. – Charleston Estate Auctions’ March 29 auction event has a great assortment of items from fine Southern estates, including items from the Gippy Plantation in South Carolina, and several prominent Charleston families, including the Estate of Sen. Ernest Hollings. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.
There is a large group of fine art from a New York dealer’s estate. Fine art highlights include an original Mary Whyte large watercolor, an original Anne Worsham Richardson watercolor (above), and an Elizabeth O’Neill Verner rare etching titled Going to the Battery.
An unusual find is a large Italian micro mosaic rendering of Casco d’Oro, the man in a golden helmet, after Rembrandt van Rijn from the Studio del Mosaico, St. Pietro in Vaticano.
Murano glass, Steuben, Waterford, American brilliant cut glass, fine porcelain, coins, baseball cards, furniture and rugs are also offered.
The auction will begin Sunday, March 29, at 1 p.m. Eastern.