November 9, 2015 - table lamp

East Dennis, Mass. – Highlights from Eldred’s Fine and Decorative Art Auction, conducted Nov 6 and 7, were as different as a sale itself, that enclosed 990 lots of silver, jewelry, paintings, furniture, ceramics, Oriental rugs, and most more. Top lots were “Encounter”, an M.C. Escher lithograph, that sole for $6,600, a Continental School mural of Mozart, that brought $6,250, and a Tiffany Studios bronze tyro flare bottom in a singular form, also bringing $6,250.  


The tyro flare bottom was one of twelve lots of Tiffany Studios items. Others enclosed china plated candle shades, favrile potion tableware, a bronze design support in a Zodiac pattern, and a favrile potion mosque lamp. Each lot saw rival behest from floor, phone, absentee and Internet bidders, and a sum for a twelve lots, scarcely $14,500, was roughly double pre-sale estimates.


Other rarely contested lots that pushed produce prices distant over guess embody an Arts Crafts argent china an finish box by Gertrude Twichell (1889-1937), that sole for $5,400 on an $800/1,200 estimate, and 7 pieces of rarely collectible lettuce and cabbage root ceramics by Palm Beach workman Dodie Thayer, that sole for $4,500, some-more than 25 times a regressive pre-sale estimate.


Other tip sellers embody a Bigelow, Kennard Co. leaded potion and patinated bronze list lamp, that sole for $5,150, twelve Stone Associates Arts Crafts argent china coffee spoons, that brought $4,260, and a platinum, turquoise and solid cooking ring, that sole for $3,600. In further to a Mozart portrait, tip paintings embody a enthralling oil by Charles Zacharie Landelle (French, 1821-1908), patrician “The Egyptian Girl”, that sole for $3,240, and a confidant figural investigate by Carlos Alonso (Argentinian, b. 1929) patrician “Figura de Mujer”.


Two antique English George III pieces, a bottom to a welsh sideboard and a chest-on-chest, and a 20th Century maple and cherry bed and were tip earners in a seat category, offered for a total $6,470. “Though there were no eye-popping formula with furniture, we were gratified with a altogether unchanging sale prices, in seat as good as a series of other departments” pronounced William Bourne, partner clamp boss of Eldred’s. “There was a good throng both auction days, and really clever absentee and phone bid participation. And as we are always saying now, Internet bidders are holding an increasingly incomparable share of sales.”  



Eldred’s subsequent auction, a Fall Americana, Paintings and Maritime Art Auction, will be hold Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov 19-21, 2015. The firm’s tumble auction deteriorate interpretation with a Asian Art Auction, scheduled for Dec 3 and 4. All auctions are being hold during a company’s categorical trickery located 1483 Route 6A, in East Dennis, Massachusetts.


The Robert C. Eldred Co., New England’s oldest determined antiques and excellent humanities auction house, binds approximately 25 auctions per year encompassing Americana, paintings, Asian art, European musical art, nautical antiques and collectibles. It was recently named one of a tip worldwide auction houses by Art + Auction. For some-more information greatfully call (508) 385-3116 or email info@eldreds.com.  

Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc.

1483 Route 6A

P.O. Box 796

East Dennis, Massachusetts




Press Contact:
Cheryl Stewart
Robert C. Eldred Co. Inc.

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