Liveauctioneers will provide Internet live bidding both days.
A special four- day preview will be offered for the public to view the items prior to each sale.
The auctions will feature a diverse collection of art glass, sterling silver, Orientalia, rugs, and Arts and Crafts metalware including a three-piece Tiffany Studios “Chinese” desk set, an Erte vase and Heintz Art.
Glass highlights include a DeCorchemont bowl, cameo glass, Mount Washington, vaseline glass, D’Argenta, Lalique, Orrefors, Val St. Lambert, Rosenthal, 20th-century Kosta Boda, many 20th-century paperweights, cobalt overlay, swirl glass oil lamp, and Murano glass.
Satsuma, Imari, Rose Famille, cloisonné, wood blocks, tapestry, lacquer ware, silver, book leaf, covered jars, bronze burners, over 40 Oriental carpets, several Oriental marble-top and carved stands round out the Oriental lots.
Sterling lots are represented by Tiffany, Gorham, Wallace, Georg Jensen, Bigelow and Kinnard, 20th-century Lenore Doskow, Russian silver, plique-a-jour, enamel and more.
Porcelain is offered in for form of two 18th-century tankards, Royal Worcester, Meissen, Royal Bayreuth, Wedgwood, Sevres, Royal Copenhagen, Fajance, Mettlach, Moorcroft, Quimper, Argenta, Weller, Van Briggle, Limoges, Beleek, Capo-di-Monte and others.
Fine art includes a Marie Laurencin colored etching; a primitive oil by Jean Fous; J.W. Studley oil, Italian oils, young girl with chickens; initialed watercolor of ship signed “F.M.C.;” pastoral oils and watercolors; several 19th-century wood block prints; August Moreau bronze, miniature portraits on ivory of Napoleon and Josephine; Venus De Galapygos by Kia Nielson, Frank Art nude F. Debon bronze tray; and Classical form bronzes made into lamps.
Over 40 lots of antique Oriental carpets will be sold on March 13 after the cataloged sale at approximately 4 p.m.
For details and photos go to www.sbauctioneers.com or call 802-460-1190 or 617-413-4054.
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