Fine Art Week concludes on Day 3 with décor, furniture, collections of historical and nautical items, and artwork. Decoratives take center stage with selections of Tiffany. Add class and charm to your dining table with varieties of Louis Comfort Tiffany “Favrile” art glass or complete your home office with the Tiffany Studios “Zodiac” desk set. More varieties of décor include Baccarat, Moser and Lalique glass, Herend and Royal Crown Derby porcelain, a Louis Vuitton Flat Top Steamer Trunk, a 19th c. Italian Micro Mosaic Cross, Multiple Atmos and Hamilton Naval Chronometers, and an Amphora Elite vase. Furniture choices includes a bench-made tiger maple chest, a hand-crafted Pennsylvania farm table, a Tebriz silk rug, a Black Forest lodge pedestal, American and Continental tall case clocks, a signed Roman carousel horse, and a French burl walnut veneer Bombe chest. The historical section of the sale includes Civil War, Whaling and Nautical items from two prominent collections. Items from the Gary Wolfer American Civil War collection include signed CDV’s of Ulysses S. Grant, Winfield Scott Hancock, Gettysburg hero John Burns, William Tecumseh Sherman, and Robert Anderson. Tintypes and ambrotypes include Confederate and Union soldiers. There’s also Identification pins, discs, and corps badges. Belt plates include CS, US, OVM, VMM, SNY and others. Other collectibles include Eagle head spurs, triple-border captain’s rank straps, an identified pipe for an officer in the 6th New Hampshire Infantry, stencils, a button collection, a presentation watch to a Massachusetts chaplain, and other identified items and artifacts. Highlights from the Estate of Charles LeKites include Whaling and nautical related journals and receipt books as well as early 19th century nautical documents related to various commercial ships and their operations. There’s also early 19th century folk art sketchbooks and an autographed document of Robert Morris, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Take a look at the Intricate early 19th century bone chess sets and cribbage boards, collections of ships in bottles, World War I nautical related archives, carved shells, and knives and canes including a GAR presentation cane. Closing the sale is a curated selection of art including bronzes and sculptures by Franz Bergman, Joe Brown, Paul Silvestre, Richard MacDonald, David Huenergardt, Val Bertoia, and others. Paintings include examples by the Pre-Raphaelite artist, Marie Euphrosyne Spartali Stillman. Additional artists include Sanford Robinson Gifford, George Benjamin Luks, Charles Courtney Curran, Antonio Pietro Martino, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Christopher Willett, Bruce Braithwaite, and Albert Van Nesse Greene. We hope you’ll join us online for this remarkable finale to our Fine Art Week.