Jasper52 decorative auction Jan. 2 spans antique to modern

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Austria-Hungarian .950 silver tea service, circa 1867-1892, 82.44 troy ounces. Estimate $3,000-$3,500. Jasper52 image

NEW YORK – An array of beautiful and functional decorative objects is available in a Jasper52 online auction taking place Tuesday, Jan. 2. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.

Sterling silver, crystal, porcelain, mid-century lighting and even hammocks are among the unique treasures in this sale.

A 19th-century Austria-Hungarian five-piece tea and coffee service (above) in .950 silver is one of the top lots in the auction. The silversmith is identified as “EP.” The set, which weighs 82.44 troy ounces, is expected to sell $3,000-$3,500.

Also from the late 19th century is a French newel post finial in amethyst glass cut to clear (below). With its original bronze mount marked “Made in France,” the finial stands 6 inches high. It has a $550-$650 estimate.

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Cut to clear glass newel post finial, possibly Baccarat, with original bronze mount, marked ‘Made in France,’ late 19th century, 6in. high, very good condition. Estimate: $550-$650. Jasper52 image

Two 13 ½-inch French porcelain Aesthetic Period vases are beautifully hand-painted with birds and flowers. Each has an inset image of ships, mountains and trees. The pair is estimated at $1,800-$2,000.

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French Aesthetic Period hand-painted vases, circa 1900, impressed mark of Faience De Creil (Montreau B. & Cie). 13 1/2in. high. Estimate: $1,800-$2,000. Jasper52 image

Several pieces of Steuben and Baccarat crystal stemware are offered in the sale.

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Baccarat hock wine glass, chartreuse cut to clear, circa 1930, 7 3/4in. high, excellent condition. Estimate: $275-$325. Jasper52 image

A laminated rosewood Butterfly Stool, designed by Sori Yanagi (1915-2011) for Tendo, is expected to sell for $500-$550.

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Sori Yanagi (1915-2011) Butterfly Stool by Tendo, circa 1980, laminated rosewood and metal, 15 1/4in. x 16 5/8in. x 12in. Estimate: $500-$550. Jasper52 image

Two hammocks of woven maguey fibers featuring Alexander Calder artwork are featured. These rare pieces date to the mid-1970s and are estimated at $1,500-$1,700 each.

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After Alexander Calder hammock #9, CAC Publications, circa 1974-75, hand-woven maguey fibers in colors with spreaders, 122in. x 45.5in., proof aside from edition of 100, initials woven in fabric. Estimate: $1,500-$1,700. Jasper52 image

The Jasper52 auction will begin Tuesday, Jan. 2, at 7 p.m. Eastern.