Elegant furnishings stand out in Luxurious Treasures sale Sept. 8
PASADENA, Calif. – Luxurious Treasures, a fourth-generation family-owned business specializing in 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th century antiques as well as luxury and mid-century modern pieces, will host an online auction Sept. 8 starting at 10 a.m. Pacific Time/1 p.m. Eastern. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.
The auction will present buyers with over 400 selected items that represent the best of different eras in home decor and luxury goods. This includes designer jewelry from Shirley Temple’s estate, Tommy Hilfiger’s private collection and others.
Highlights of the Sept. 8 auction include a pair of 1980s leather scissor chairs (above) by Ward Bennett for Geiger, which are in excellent condition. The combination of rich red leather and chrome will add flair to any room.
A matched pair of 19th century Italian life-size carved horses are a definite conversation piece. The polychrome horses stand 82 inches high by 80 inches long.
An eight-light Baccarat-style chandelier features Bohemian hand-etched crystal and platinum overlay. This elegant fixture is 42 inches high and 32 inches in diameter. Luxurious Treasures is also offering matching floor lamps and wall sconces in this auction.
The Hermes Birkin 35 is arguably the most wanted handbag in the world and the one offered by Luxurious Treasures is in excellent condition and in a desirable color.
The jewelry highlight is a 1960s diamond and gold jewelry suite by Bvlgari. The necklace features full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 13.50 carats, marked Bvlgari. The bracelet has full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 7.75-carats, marked Bvlgari. A matching pair of earrings, attributed to Bulgari, is accented by full-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.65-carats. All are set in 18K gold.
“Our buyers constantly travel all over the world and are in search of special treasures. We do not want to present the ordinary and we want to present a luxurious feel to all – hence the name Luxurious Treasures,” said Denise Khalil, the owner and CEO.