September 24th Fine and Decorative Arts Auction

September 24th Fine and Decorative Arts Auction

Fine and Decorative Arts Auction
Saturday, September 24th, 2022
10:00am EST

Live online-only auction held on LiveAuctioneers and Invaluable. We will be accepting absentee bids and phone bids placed with the gallery. You will be able to place ABSENTEE bids on our website through HiBid. You cannot bid live during the auction through HiBid.

Quinn’s Auction Galleries is proud to present the Fine and Decorative Arts Auction featuring Asian, American, European, and Modern arts. Offering fine art by Merton D. Simpson, Jan Van Goyen, Peter Tunney, and other significant artists. Featuring decorative arts such as bronzes, art glass, ceramics, tall case clocks, Modern and antique furniture, and Galle lamps. Includes a selection of fine jewelry of rings, bracelets, and necklaces, crafted from gold and sterling silver. A selection of Greek pottery from 6th century Corinth, 5th century Sicily, and more. In addition, a variety of Asian decorative arts including porcelain, jade, Japanese Fuchi Kashira, Chinese bronzes, South Eastern Asian wood carvings, and Chinese screens.

Open Preview:
Monday, September 19th -Friday, September 23rd
11am to 4pm

For more information on consignments or if you have any questions please contact jordan.karlstrand@quinnsauction.com

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Collector Series: Judaica and Metalwork Auction

Collector Series: Judaica and Metalwork Auction

Friday, September 9th at 1:00pm EST
No in person floor bidding

Live online-only timed auction held on LiveAuctioneers. Lots will have a soft close with rolling close times. We will NOT be accepting absentee bids and phone bids.

Quinn’s Auction Galleries is proud to present our Judaica and Metalwork Auction from the collection of Allan Fogel. The auction features a wide variety of Judaica such as art, sheet music, menorahs, and lamps. As well as a selection of pieces from two important 20th century metalworkers, Hugo Berger and Serge Nekrassoff.

Hugo Berger was a German metalworker operating in the Early 20th century. His works are exemplary of the Arts and Crafts Movement aesthetic incorporating hand wrought textures in brass, copper, and iron with traditional designs. He founded Goberg Metalworks and built his first factory in Schmalkalden, Germany. His renown worldwide would grow as retailers in Europe carried his works, such as Liberty and Co. of London and Metz and Co. of Amsterdam.

Serge S. Nekrassoff (1895-1985) was a Russian-American metal worker operating in the United States from 1925 to 1979. Neckrasoff followed in the footsteps of the previous Arts and Crafts Movement with hand wrought craftsmanship but with an eye to the everyday. The items in this auction show the sheer scope of his designs, from utilitarian pewter to the colorful use of enamel on copper, best seen in his plates that feature a wide variety of birds and sea creatures.

Open Preview:
Tuesday, September 6th -Thursday, September 8th,
11am to 4pm

If you would like to request a condition report or have any questions please contact jordan.karlstrand@quinnsauction.com

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