PALM BEACH – On Tuesday, February 21, Wednesday, February 22, and Thursday, February 23, Hindman will present three days of live auctions in Palm Beach, featuring more than 700 works of jewelry, art and furniture. For anyone looking to design a luxurious lifestyle, this series of sales is a one-stop shop. Bidding for each sale will begin at 10 am Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
Palm Beach Furniture & Decorative Arts | February 21
Hindman’s February 21 Palm Beach Furniture & Decorative Arts auction features the collections of Herme de Wyman Miro, Palm Beach; Carl Moore, Hillsboro Beach; a private Palm Beach collector and many more. Alluring works perfect for imbuing an interior with a Florida style include a pair of large Maison Jansen brass palm tree floor lamps, estimated at $5,000-$7,000, and Italian carved wood carousel horses in the manner of Gustav Dentzel, estimated at $2,000-$4,000.
Additional striking works are a pair of George III giltwood mirrors, estimated at $8,000-$12,000; a set of Georgian-style mahogany library steps, estimated at $2,000-$3,000; and a 19th-century Louis Philippe figured walnut daybed, estimated at $1,500-$2,500.
Palm Beach Fine Art, Including Outsider Art from the Collection of Edith S. Peiser, Boca Raton, Florida | February 22
An interior for entertainment wouldn’t be complete without spectacular art on the walls. Hindman’s February 22 Palm Beach Fine Art sale will be highlighted by an exquisite group of Outsider art from the collection of Edith S. Peiser of Boca Raton, Florida. Also included in the auction will be dog paintings from Palm Beach collector Frances Scaife’s collection.
Old Masters, 19th-century paintings, Impressionist and Modern works, plus contemporary and emerging art — all at a range of prices suitable for everyone from new to seasoned collectors — will round out the sale. Notable works include everything from celebrated Outsider artist Purvis Young’s Celebration, estimated at $3,000-$5,000, to a quintessential 18th-century Old Master painting, Muse of Connoisseurship, estimated at $6,000-$8,000.
Palm Beach Jewelry | February 23
Highlighting the week will be Hindman’s February 23 Palm Beach Jewelry auction, which offers an array of jewelry and watches suited for every aspect of today’s lifestyle – pieces that suit the board room and a dinner party, and fun in the sun as well as entertaining at home. With more than 200 lots, many of the pieces evoke Palm Beach and the tropics through gold, turquoise, coral and pearls. Designers represented include David Webb, Seaman Schepps, Tiffany & Co., Elizabeth Locke, Angela Cummings and Evelyn Clothier.
“This is a beautiful sale that our team from across the country has assembled with the aesthete in mind. Whether that means finding the perfect statement necklace, staple gold bracelet or a bit of whimsy, the sale features pieces both on trend and timeless,” said Hindman Head of Sale for Palm Beach Jewelry April Matteini. “It was a joy to put this auction together, particularly knowing that the jewelry would be shown alongside fine and decorative arts, and to collectors across multiple sale categories.”
Among the highlights of the auction are a diamond tassel necklace designed by Evelyn Clothier featuring a 5.55-carat colored diamond, which carries an estimate of $22,000-$42,000; a stunning Burmese ruby and diamond bracelet, estimated at $45,000-$65,000; and an unheated sapphire ring with an estimate of $15,000-$20,000.
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