Philadelphia Estate Liquidators to hold quality sale March 10
HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – Philadelphia Estate Liquidators Inc. will present a high-quality antiques and art cataloged auction March 10 at 278 Monmouth St., Hightstown, NJ 08520–only minutes off Exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike—starting at 10 a.m. Eastern. LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding.
According to Donna Basen, an auction house representative, this is one of the finest sales Philadelphia Estate Liquidators has had the privilege of conducting and will feature many items from a Cherry Hill, N.J., mid-century designer’s personal residence as well as several other prominent, local estates, and a lifelong collection of collectibles.
Included in the sale are sterling silver, jewelry, artwork, antique furniture, Asian arts, Oriental rugs, and crystal by Lalique, Daum, Tiffany, Orrefors and Waterford. Decorative accessories are also included.
Mid-century modern items are highlighted by Paul Evans furnishings, including a Cityscape dining room table and six chairs, display cabinet, suede-covered cabinet and couch as well as pieces by Parzinger and other noted designers.
In fine silver there is an important Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment commemorative centerpiece hallmarked Storr and Mortimer London 1868-69, as well as pieces by Tiffany, Gorham and other famous makers.
Asian arts include a 15-foot-long hand scroll, a pair of large bronze temple incense burner elephants, Chinese hardwood furniture, mother of pearl Korean chest, six armchairs with marble insets, Japanese woodblock prints, cloisonne, Chinese export porcelain, bronzes, ivory and other items.
Antique furnishings abound. Italian pieces include a Renaissance cassone, commode, mirror, hall bench and a throne chair. English furniture available consists of a William and Mary chest, Georgian bachelor chest, library chair and six antique stenciled chairs. French pieces include a chaise longe, carved gilt bed, pair of needlepoint fauteuils and an Aubusson fire screen. American pieces include a tiger maple desk, dropleaf table and chairs, gilt mirrors, Arts & Crafts settees, Welch calendar clock, and an Ives pillar and scroll clock.
Artwork standouts include a Renoir bronze, oil paintings by Walter Cade III, Samuel Triscott and Sidney Gross, a G. Lacroix watercolor, a Leroy Neiman lithograph, an Icart etching and Erte lithographs.
Ceramics will include Wedgwood, a majolica fish platter, Meissen, Delft and other pieces.
Of special interest are a Tiffany art glass lamp with a Rookwood base, Sky Scraper International Ticket Scale, Seeburg jukebox, Fada radio, 1963 JFK plaque and a mid-century couture collection.
Collectibles star an entire cast of characters—Superman, Batman, Betty Boop, Looney Tunes, Wizard of Oz, Walt Disney and Warner Bros. There is also a Ron Lee sculpture and Santini figures.
There will be exhibitions on the Thursday, March 8, and Friday, March 9, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For further information contact email@example.com or 856-429-6885.
View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
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