Modest auction sales can still container a large punch – Tribune
May 17, 2015 - table lamp
With a conflict of a summer holiday deteriorate only a week divided with Memorial Day, internal auctions houses applaud with a four-pack of medium sales that could broach a vast punch.
Owner Brian Detch, who started as an auctioneer for J.S. Dill Auctions, is returning to his roots, with a vast collection of smalls from a longtime J.S. Dill consignor for BHD’s May 22 to 28 online sale.
After losing hit with Detch for a few years when J.S. Dill Auctions closed, a not-so-Internet-savvy sellers recently tracked him down. The reconnection also rekindles memories of J.S. Dill sales with vast collections of art pottery from Roseville, Weller, Hull and other obvious name brands. Art potion from Fenton and Baccarat, to discuss a few, adds some sparkle, as well.
Detch looks for a trend in chair prices to say a ceiling pierce as a healthy sip of pieces from late 1800s and early 1900s browbeat a selections. Bidders will wish to compensate special courtesy to a smallish ash gymnasium chair with a dais and counterpart surrounded by 4 cloak hooks.
Look for a comfortable heat in a lighting category, where a Pittsburgh-made slag-glass flare should shine. A reverse-painted, embossed pirates-theme unresolved light tie sports marauder scenes on a 4 sides and fish swimming in a low 6 on a bottom. Another oddity is a tiny Haywood-Wakefield wicker list lamp, ideal to irradiate a comfortable summer evening.
Details: 724-816-0683 or bhdauctions.net
Royal York Auction Galleries
A integrate of local sons paint a flattering design for a Royal York’s May 23 sale. More than suitable for framing are works by Philip Pearlstein and David Hanna.
Pearlstein, famous for his mostly sensually provocative portraits of women and men, is represented by a work patrician â€œModel in Green Kimono,â€� a investigate of a womanlike whose dress is somewhat dismantled to exhibit a exposed breast. Perhaps some-more suitable for a â€œG-ratedâ€� audience, Hanna’s drawing, â€œMan and Child,â€� portrays what could be an aged grandfather with his immature grandchild. Though innate in Pittsburgh, Hanna lived in a Brandywine Valley in eastern Pennsylvania and Maine before failing of a heart conflict in 1981 during a age of 39.
Along with a Royal York’s prevalent selections of rugs, furniture, art, potion and equipment for scarcely each ambience and budget, a sale includes some excellent china cooking flatware from Georg Jensen and Tiffany.
On a some-more witty note, an antique German Lehman-Gross-Bahn â€œBig Trainâ€� set will chug along with an out-of-date locomotive and several other cars, all sole separately.
Previews are from 5 to 8 p.m. May 21, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 22. Doors open during 8 a.m. for a 9 a.m. May 23 sale during 5925 Baum Blvd., East Liberty.
Smith’s Antique and Auction Service
Money competence not buy happiness, though Jerry Smith will substantially grin a time or dual during his subsequent two-day silver and antiques auction, May 30 and 31, during a Gilpin glow hall.
Among a some-more singular and collectible equipment are long-discontinued U.S. $500 and $1,000 bills. Last printed in 1945, a bills final circulated as authorised proposal in 1969. Also prepared for a new change purse are a initial $2 check ever printed in a United States and a preference of Civil War store tokens and many high-grade Morgan dollars.
To tighten out a merry, happy month of May with a bang, Smith’s offers a excellent collection of firearms such as a 1914 German Erfurt Luger, a Mauser Model HS, a German Sauer 38H and others. In addition, there are some-more than 40 prolonged guns from Winchester, Remington, Ithaca and better-known makers. If firearms aren’t your weapons of choice, a preference of knives only competence make a cut.
For gentler bidders, Steuben glassware and Royal Doulton, Lladro, Lenox and Hummel figurines competence infer to be a some-more balmy choice. For a bit of fun, a fondle dialect will pleasure with battery-operated and tin windup gizmos, plantation toys and more.
The sales will be during a Gilpin Fire Hall, Route 66 Firehall Road nearby Leechburg. Doors open during 9 a.m. May 30 for a preview before a 11 a.m. sale. The preview for May 31 will start during 11 a.m. with a noon start for a sale.
Mark Ferry Auctioneers
At Mark Ferry’s May 30 sale, consignors will put on a marketplace collections of all from antique crocks and clocks to miners lamps and postage stamps â€” and only about anything else that competence come to mind.
Nestled inside a Uniontown home for years, this annuity of glassware, obsolete furniture, Depression glassware, antique kitchen utensils, Texaco toys from a 1920s, an All-American Boy Jack Armstrong Hike Meter, selected bobsleds and so many other equipment would emanate a list that stretches from Pittsburgh to a Westmoreland County Fairgrounds, 4H Building 33, 123 Blue Ribbon Lane, Pleasant Unity, where a sale will take place during 9 a.m. May 30.
John Altdorfer is a contributing author to Trib Total Media.