ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Woody Auction will launch its 2013 calendar with a sale packed with more than 400 lots of American Brilliant Cut Glass March 2, in Grand Ballroom A of the St. Charles Convention Center. The auction will begin at 9:30 a.m. (CST), with a preview on Friday, March 1, from 4-6 p.m. Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com (http://bit.ly/XwSE2s).
“Nothing kick-starts a New Year like a wonderful American Brilliant Cut Glass auction,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction, based in Douglass, Kansas. “Many fantastic and unique items will be offered throughout the day, and a highlight will be the collection of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dudgeon.”
Four lots in particular are expected to generate keen bidder interest. The first is a turquoise cut to clear claret jug attributed to J. Hoare. The 16-inch jug boasts an embossed Gorham sterling spout with hinged lid, a pattern cut handle and a modified Russian zipper and pillar swirl motif.
The second is a first-ever offering from Woody Auction: An original four-drawer cherry stemware chest, stocked with 69 rock crystal stems in Pattern #105 (as featured in Sinclaire, Vol. I, page 24). The chest and its contents were purchased directly from a Sinclaire relative, giving the lot an impeccable provenance. The glass lid on top of the chest lifts to reveal a mirrored base.
The third is a 14-inch by 15-inch signed Libbey punch bowl set in the extremely rare Aztec pattern. The set consists of a two-part punch bowl with 12 handled punch cups and matching ladle.
The fourth is the finest rose bowl Woody Auction has ever offered: A massive 7 1/2-inch by 10-inch signed Libbey bowl cut in the Emmerson pattern designed by W.C. Anderson.
Two other lots also deserve special mention. One is a 12 1/2-inch signed Tuthill round tray in the Rex pattern, exhibiting an exceptionally clear blank. The other is a 12-inch signed Libbey round tray in the Delphos pattern, with a brilliant blank and superb cutting.
Trays will feature a lovely 11-inch signed Hawkes round tray in the Panel pattern, in excellent condition; and a 13 1/4-inch round tray in a rare unnamed pattern, with six 7-inch plates and having a flashed hobstar center surrounded by interlocking vesicas featuring cane and diamond point highlights with a clear jeweled center. The tray is in great shape, with fine blank.
Phone and absentee bids will be accepted; all absentee bids should be submitted no later
than noon on Feb. 28 with a written statement indicating the amount of the bid. Bids may be faxed to 316-746-2145, or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A sales tax of 7.45 percent will be collected on all purchases (current sales tax numbers are exempt).
Woody Auction’s next big sale after this one will be an antique auction scheduled for March 16, in the 4H Hall of the Sedgwick County Extension Center in Wichita, Kan.
For more information on Woody Auction, visit woodyauction.com or call 316-747-2694 or email@example.com.
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