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375+ Lots. Collector and Muscle Cars; Motorcycles; Diamond, Gold and Platinum Jewelry and Timepieces; Art Glass; Silver; Asian Arts; French and Austrian Bronze Collections; Works from the Estates of Wayne Forbes and Joseph Greenberg; Mid-Century Furniture including Knoll, Eames and McCobb; Persian Carpets; Collection of Tall Case and Shelf Clocks and more.
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Automobiles to include a Roush supercharged 2017 GT-727, 1965 289 Mustang, 1969 Saab Sonnet, 1975 Trans Am, and a 1973 Mini. Motorcycles to include a 1976 Moto Guzzi V1000 Convert and a 1971 Harley Davidson.
Fine Jewelry and Timepieces to include multiple diamond engagement rings including 3.19, 1.80 and 1.00 carat diamonds! Brooches, pins, diamond tennis bracelets, pendants, and rings set in 14k, 18k and platinum are also highlighted. Timepieces include Ladies and Gents Rolexes, Omega, Altanus, and Longines wristwatches, 18k gold repeater pocket watch and additional fine timepieces.
Historical selections to include signed Imperial Japanese Katana swords and Japanese armor from the Edo Period.
Decorative Arts highlights include a Louis Vuitton shoe case, Meissen, Royal Dux, a large selection of mystery and skeleton clocks, Tall case clocks, 15+ Fritz Bergman bronze cats, Sevres, KPM plaque, leaded glass lamps, Pietro Floriani violin, Aubusson tapestry, Chinese Longquan and Kalong ceramics.
Furniture highlights include George Nakashima live edge coffee table, Mid-Century furniture by McCobb, Eames, Miller, Sorensen, Robsjohn-Gibbings and Botta, Chippendale tall chest, RJ Horner curio, Victorian pieces, Persian carpets.
60+ Bronze Statue Collection including art nouveau, classical and figural examples. Artists include Robert Tait McKenzie, Aristide-Onesime Croisy, Flamand, Nogami Ryuki, Alfred Grevin, Muller, Joseph Greenburg, Wayne Forbes and many more. Artwork to include selections by Fern Coppedge, Charles Hargens, Jean Halter, John Carlson, Harry Leith-Ross, Bass Otis, Bill Gollings, Frank Swift Chase, Christopher Willet, Andrew Woehrel, Joseph Barrett, Ludwig Knaus.
Artwork to include selections by Fern Coppedge, Charles Hargens, Jean Halter, John Carlson, Harry Leith-Ross, Bass Otis, Bill Gollings, Frank Swift Chase, Christopher Willet, Andrew Woehrel, Joseph Barrett, Ludwig Knaus and many more.
About Wayne Forbes
Impacted largely by the journey of losing both of his kidneys, the renowned art of Wayne Forbes spans dimensions and mediums with works done in pen and ink, sculptures created from wood, metal, latex, ceramic and plaster, as well as, a few pieces produced in colored markers. An artist for as long as he can remember, Forbes went from carving pieces with his Grandfather’s pocket knife to teaching sculpture at Illinois Central College, Peoria, Illinois. The process of dialysis brought him to a halt for 90 minutes, four times a day, creating a space for him to return his attention to his two-dimensional art. He created a drawing ritual for himself that was a part of his healing, as well as, creative process. The question of “What do you do with those that do not turn out properly?” is a theme that presents itself throughout many of his creations, as evidenced in their multiple limbs and other features not always correct in number or placement.
About Joseph Greenberg
Figural forms, stone carvings of animals and abstract shapes make up the diverse catalogue of work by the prolific artist Joseph Greenberg of Philadelphia, PA. Though many of his pieces did not make their way to market, those that did are famously displayed in locations throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding area. His black granite bear with cub is a well-known fixture at the Philadelphia Zoo. But, according to the artist, his favorite sculpture is that of the 60 feet-high welded steel ‘Symbol of Progress’ created in 1967, located in the heart of Bethlehem, PA. This piece is meant to stand as a symbol of various ethnic groups on which the city is based, moving upward to show the integration of the people of Bethlehem, then progressing skyward as they are strengthened by their diverse beginnings and their subsequent meetings.
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