Tiffany Studios Moorish-style gymnasium lantern lights adult a room for 133 100 during … – News
March 8, 2015 - table lamp
News-Antique.com – Mar 08,2015 – PITTSFIELD, Mass. – A Tiffany Studios Moorish-style gymnasium lantern, 34 inches high and with an glorious strange altogether gilt finish, illuminated adult a room when it finished during $133,100 during a cataloged auction hold Feb. 28th by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery, in a firm’s gallery located during 1485 West Housatonic Street in Pittsfield. The gymnasium lantern was a tip lot in a sale that grossed $1.1 million.
Coming into a auction with a pre-sale guess of $20,000-$30,000, a unsigned gymnasium lantern had a slim cylindrical form, a burning amber, bullion and ambiguous potion geometric fish scale body, a 12-point feathered crown, a domical tip and reduce door, and a limit of 25 amber jeweled cabochons (12 on a crown, 9 on a architecture above a crown). It simply blew past a estimate.
Actually, many of a sale’s 400 lots sailed past their estimates, as bidders energetically fought over Tiffany Studios building lamps, unresolved lamps, list lamps and pendants; Tiffany Favrile potion vases and cupboard pieces; lamps by Duffner Kimberly, Handel and Pairpoint; art potion shades; and bronze creations by artists like Harriet Frishmuth, Stanislas Grimaldi and Vassili Grachev.
Bidding was assuage in a gallery, though that was some-more than equivalent by a many phone and left (absentee) bids that were available and a vast series of internet bidders who logged on to attend around LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, Auctionzip.com and a Fontaine’s website – www.FontainesAuction.com. All in all, it was a hugely successful auction.
“When we have high-quality, fresh-to-the-market element to sell, business will come in droves to bid on these items, and that’s what we had with this auction,” pronounced John Fontaine of Fontaine’s Auction Gallery. “Between in-house bidders, phone bidders and a internet, we had over 3,000 purebred bidders. That’s a many we’ve ever had for a sale in a 45-year history.”
Following are additional highlights of a auction. All prices quoted embody a 21 percent buyer’s premium.
Nearly all from Tiffany Studios valid overwhelming to bidders. A Tiffany Parasol list flare with a large, 24-inch saucer-shaped shade carrying a 12-row geometric settlement in dim dappled immature potion soared to $48,400; while a Tiffany Tulip list flare with domical shade carrying a credentials with smashing blue unclouded beaten textured potion strike $39,325.
A double-signed Tiffany drop-head Dragonfly building lamp, 64 inches high and carrying a 22-inch domical shade with an ambiguous and yellow dappled credentials with amber potion jeweled potion cabochon highlights with repairs finished during $66,550; and a Tiffany bronze blow table flare with a trumpeted artichoke-style bottom and sealed “L.C.T.” on a base, done $29,040.
A sealed Tiffany Co. 18 kt yellow gold, solid and gemstone bracelet, 7 ¼ inches long, with 21 bezel set vast forged immature gemstone core mounts bordered by over 400 pave set diamonds, reached $38,720; while a large, 13-inch Tiffany Favrile shimmering art potion creation in a King Tut settlement altered hands for $16,940.
A Tiffany turtleback bronze unresolved gymnasium lantern with a rectilinear form and a pyramid top, pierced flashy with
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