AUCTION: October 27th, Starting at 10AM EST
GALLERY PREVIEW: Oct 24th - 25th, 10AM-4PM | Oct. 26th 10AM-3PM
Oakridge Auction Gallery presents our Fall Fine Art, Antiques, and Jewelry Auction. This premiere auction includes a global selection of Fine Art, Decorative Arts, Jewelry and Antiques from America, Europe, India, and Southeast Asia.
Highlights of the auction include –
Several important consignors including - Items from the collection of a former member of the Foreign Service stationed in Latin America, Major General James Gavan, items from a second generation collector whose family was involved in the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Cuban Embassy, and several other prominent collectors.
Paintings from Francis F. Brown and Beulah Brown. Francis was a leading American Impressionist painter, teacher and professor and head of the Fine Arts Department at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, His work depicts rural Indiana.
Ceramics – Delft tiles from a former museum collection, Art Pottery from Walter Hall, Haviland Limoges, and more.
European and American Paintings, Prints and Drawings by: Louis B. Hurt, Fernando Botero (first time offered since 1960), Rene Portocarrero, Peter Max, Charles Levier, Andre Gisson, and Joseph Edward Hennah.
Bronzes and other sculptures: A Frederic Remington “Cheyenne” bronze with Roman Bronze Works foundry mark, provenance O. Roy Chalk collection. C.P. Jennewein Infant Mercury Bronze with Pressmann Bauermer Co. foundry mark and Native American stone sculptures by Matthew Panana.
Selections in sterling silver include: Gorham Modernic Coffee Service, Tiffany & Co., Reed & Barton, Latin American Side Saddle Stirrup, Kirk and Son.
Jewelry and Timepieces – A large selection of pocket and wrist watches including: Rolex, Cartier, Baume & Mercier, Waltham, and Bulova.
14k and 18k gold Jewelry including - Diamond and Gemstone Rings, Bracelets, Earrings and Brooches.
A selection of paintings, historical items, furniture, porcelain, and jewelry from India, China, Korea, and Asia.