Roland to conduct distinctly different auctions Jan. 26 & 29

Lot 400 on Jan. 26: Gloria Kisch, 'Gloria's Music Stand II.' Roland New York image.

Lot 400 on Jan. 26: Gloria Kisch, ‘Gloria’s Music Stand II.’ Roland New York image.

NEW YORK – Roland New York has announced two exciting auctions to close out the month of January. The first is their popular monthly estate sale titled “The Winter Sale,” commencing at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. It includes, once again, a varied selection of antiques, silver, fine art, jewelry and modern design. LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding.

Among the many intriguing lots in the auction, a respectable selection of modern glass and other decorations can be found. Included are examples by Baccarat, Lalique, Handel, Cenedese and other Murano makers, as well as Hagenauer, Rosenthal (studio line) and much more.

There is a good selection of period-style Georgian, Victorian, Louis XV, XVI and French Empire chairs, lamp, cocktail, console and occasional tables, and other examples of fine furniture. Chandeliers, sconces, lamps in a variety of styles and materials accompany the offering of furniture.

Perhaps the most sought after pieces, however, are to be found within the collection of fine art. While there is a quite varied selection of paintings, drawings and graphic works in the sale, two Erte bronzes, The Wave and Fantasia seem to be getting a tremendous amount of interest.

With all that is to be offered in the Winter Sale, one can be sure to find a good investment or two.

In the “Vintage Collectibles” auction of Jan. 29, Roland presents a single-owner collection of tobacciana and related tins as well as a collection of rare antique razors. With rarities such as the Dixie Queen “Satisfied Customer” roly-poly tin, and the wide selection of razors with Americana and western theme decorated scales, this is a must-not-miss auction for the collector.

“We’re excited to handle this collection,” said proprietor Bill Roland. “We try to offer a wide selection of objects for our clients, and we hope this brings some new faces to our downtown family owned and operated gallery. Please note that this special sale will be held on Tuesday evening, Jan. 29, at 5 p.m. Once again, online bidding will be available through www.liveauctioneers.com.

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.


ADDITIONAL LOTS OF NOTE


Lot 400 on Jan. 26: Gloria Kisch, 'Gloria's Music Stand II.' Roland New York image.

 

Lot 400 on Jan. 26: Gloria Kisch, ‘Gloria’s Music Stand II.’ Roland New York image.

Lot 48 on Jan. 29: Mayo's 'Singing Waiter' roly-poly tin. Roland New York image.

Lot 48 on Jan. 29: Mayo’s ‘Singing Waiter’ roly-poly tin. Roland New York image.

Lot 55 on Jan. 29: Two German straight razors with western theme. Roland New York image.

Lot 55 on Jan. 29: Two German straight razors with western theme. Roland New York image.