Several fine Asian pieces will be offered on Sunday including a Chinese bronze Li vessel from a notable estate, likely dating to the Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.). The estimate is $18,000-$20,000. A 19th century Korean bojagi, or wrapping cloth, with two panels representing good fortune and long life, will be auctioned for $1,200-$1,500.
Showplace will also offer a number of mid-20th century furniture, lighting and decorative objects. Among them, a modern Danish rosewood tri-fold mirror in a deep red tone estimated $700-$900; a curving Italian tubular steel chair with a tan vinyl cushion, attributed to Giotto Stoppino, 1960s, estimated $300-$500; and a pair of American Stiffel lamps estimated $600-$800.
Other noteworthy lots include a signed print by American artist Tony Bass, whose work is included in corporate and private collections around the world, estimated $200-$300; an oil on canvas painting of a winter landscape by German artist Adolf Stademan (1824-1895), $1400-$1600; and a painting titled Nude Bathers by F.R. Ferryman (American, 1893-1947) expected to fetch $1,000-$1,200.
For information contact an auctions department representative at 212-633-6063 x804 or x805.
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