10 hidden gems with starting bids of $1

What do Lichtenstein, Chevrolet and Chihuly have in common? In addition to being icons in their respective interests, they are represented in Everything But the House (EBTH)’s current online estate auction. The no-reserve auction is open to bidding now through Dec. 27.

The EBTH Landmark Sale is a curated selection of scarce and uncommon objects discovered during 2017. Featured here are 10 gems of this auction attracting extensive interest from bidders.


Lichtenstein bronze (All photos courtesy of EBTH)

“Peace Through Chemistry Bronze,” by Roy Lichtenstein, circa 1971 bronze multiple sculpture, features incised signature and is numbered 18/38. The sculpture measures 46 ¼ inches wide by 27 1/4: inches high. As of the the evening of Dec. 21, the current bid was $27,000.


This convertible item of jewelry allows the wearer to be worn as a brooch or a pendant, and is made of 14K yellow gold, featuring six accent diamonds placed along the frame edges. More than 65 bids have driven the price to $16,500, with six days left in the auction.

Cruising into this auction is a 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray hardtop convertible. The gold classic car has generated bids totaling $29,500 with six days left in the sale.

This brilliantly colored art glass sculpture, titled “Radiant Persian Pair,” is the creation of sculptor Dale Chihuly. The piece pieces measure 9 inches west by 6 inches high and has a current bid of $2,600.

Another bronze sculpture capturing bidder attention ahead of the auction is this Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) bronze eagle sculpture with wings outstretched in
preparation from flight while sitting on a rocky outcrop.The current bid on this lot is $775.

Solid 18K yellow gold Rolex Orchid wristwatch, featuring a diamond bezel and a panther linked band, is up for bid now in the auction that closes Dec. 27. The latest bid has pushed the current price up to $3,150.

A mahogany table-top music box by Regina, circa 1890, with a cupola top,is accompanied by 50 metal music discs dates 1893. This item of music memorabilia has a current bid off $1,750.

This late 17th century William & Mary oak chest, features paneled fronts fitted with brass escutcheons and teardrop pulls, and it is measures 37 inches wide, 39 inches high, by 22 inches in diameter. The current bid is $951.

Bidders are taking notice of this handwoven Navajo Ganado rug, second quarter of the 20th century, wool rug with cream, red, grey, and black coloring. The current bid is $625.

This untitled oil painting on canvas by John Stewart Barney, from the early 20th century, depicts a mountainous pastoral landscape, has a current bid of $400.

The scene is set for this Landmark Sale at EBTH, and bidders are eyeing many captivating items. Visit Everything But the House for more information.