LYNNFIELD, Mass. – A pair of 18th-century Italian burlwood cabinets sold for $18,400 at Kaminski Auctions’ annual Thanksgiving sale, held Nov. 25. All prices reflect a 15 percent buyer’s premium.
The eclectic, multi-estate sale also saw a South Sea pearl necklace, with 27 graduated pearls measuring from 14 to 17 millimeters, realize $12,650.
Fine Ivory South Sea Pearl Necklace, graduated 14 -17 mm, with 14 kt diamond clasp, 18"l.
An early 20th-century Louis Vuitton wardrobe trunk, estimated at $1,200, reach $8,050. A Stickley oak Morris chair realized $5,750,
A pair of 19th-century silver cups marked J.B. Akin, Danville, KY more than doubled the high estimate of $600, realizing $1,610.
A pair of 18th-century English silver candlesticks from John Hyatt & Charles Semore of London (1759-1760) saw a final price of $4,600.
A painting by Carle J. Blenner (1865-1952) brought $3,450. Blenner, predominantly known as a portrait artist, inscribed his painting, The Sea, To Miss Southwick, referring to the consignor’s grandmother and the previous subject of one of Blenner’s portraits.
Pair of 18th Century Italian burlwood cabinets, 34"h. x 21 1/2"w. x 16"d.
Kaminski Auctions’ next event, its annual New Year’s Day Auction, will feature fine art, antiques and collectibles. For information, visit www.KaminskiAuctions.com or call 978-927-2223.
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