Roland Auctions NY prepares for big sales Jan. 7, 10, 11

Knoll Andre chrome and glass dining table. Estimate: $800-$1,200. Roland Auctions NY

Knoll Andre chrome and glass dining table. Estimate: $800-$1,200. Roland Auctions NY

 

NEW YORK – Roland Auctions NY will present a prodigious two-day January estate auction on Jan. 7 and 10 followed by a stand-alone specialty sale titled “Lamps, Lighting, and More” on Jan. 11. The two-day estate auction will begin on Saturday, Jan. 7, and continue on Tuesday, Jan. 10, commencing at 10 a.m. Eastern time each day. The marathon sale boasts over 1,000 fresh-to-market lots comprising luxury items of the first order from prestigious Manhattan estates. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.

Exclusive locations represented in this estate auction include prestigious addresses in Manhattan as well as locations throughout the tri-state area, from Greenwich, Conn., to Sag Harbor, N.Y., and beyond to Mill Valley, Calif., and across the globe to Austria.

As 2017 begins, Roland Auctions NY continues to be the Manhattan destination of choice for discerning fine and decorative arts enthusiasts.

Modern and contemporary furniture items are represented a bevy of notable and hotly sought after designers and manufacturers featuring: Herman Miller, Ray and Charles Eames, Knoll (above), Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, and Mies Van Der Rohe.

 

'Bouquet De Fleurs, oil on canvas. Estimate: $5,500-$7,500. Roland Auctions NY image

Le Pho, ‘Bouquet De Fleurs, oil on canvas. Estimate: $5,500-$7,500. Roland Auctions NY image

 

Already generating great interest are works of fine art spanning paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures, only now available to the marketplace after decades of private ownership.

 

Yaacov Agam, 'Untitled,' acrylic on board. Estimate: $20,000-$30,000. Roland Auctions NY image

Yaacov Agam, ‘Untitled,’ acrylic on board. Estimate: $20,000-$30,000. Roland Auctions NY image

 

Fresh-to-market Chinese and Asian art is represented by utilitarian, ceremonial and devotional objects accomplished variously in bronze ceramic, glass, enamel, quart, and jade (below) as well as a selection of paintings.

 

Jade and carved hardstone inkwell. Estimate: $1,500-$2,000. Roland Auctions NY image

Jade and carved hardstone inkwell. Estimate: $1,500-$2,000. Roland Auctions NY image

 

Outstanding vintage and antique rugs presented for auction span time and space to include: Chinese, Souma, Moroccan, Turkmen, Bokara, and other examples.

Tuesday’s session continues with many of the fine and decorative arts categories presented on Saturday and expands into sterling and Continental silver along with jewelry in precious metals with gemstones.

 

After Rodin, 'The Thinker,' bronze Estimate: $20,000-$30,000. Roland Auctions NY image

After Rodin, ‘The Thinker,’ bronze Estimate: $20,000-$30,000. Roland Auctions NY image

 

Estate jewelry in silver and gold is also available at every bidding level. These vintage and modern settings include: diamond, amber, coral, pearl, jade and turquoise in a wide variety of styles. Complementing these pieces is an impressive selection of stylish vintage costume jewelry.

 

Vintage M.G. Wheeler Sightlight. Estimate: $300-$600. Roland Auctions NY image

Vintage M.G. Wheeler Sightlight desk lamp. Estimate: $300-$600. Roland Auctions NY image

 

Roland Auctions NY continues its walk-in valuation day on Thursday, Jan. 5, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. William and Robert Roland invite the public to stop in with items for a free valuation from one of their specialists. The Roland Auctions NY location is 80 E. 11th St., New York.