Name dropping at southern Florida auction

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Beginning Sunday, May 25, Jay Kielstock, owner of J. K. Galleries in Boca Raton will dazzle his audience for two days with works by brand names seldom seen in these quantities in South Florida. 

art glass lampOpening day will feature art, primarily European, ranging from Old Masters to contemporary. More than a dozen silver flatware sets will be offered including Grand Baroque, Tiffany and Jensen That will be followed by American and European art glass with labels like Loetz, Lalique, Moser, Daum, Mt. Washington, Wavecrest and Sandwich. Included will be a rare mid-century Vatican micro mosaic plaque of Madonna and Child.

Handel Nomad with Camel lamp, est. $20,000/$25,000.

Kielstock will present a Handel parrot lamp, Pairpoint lamps, Continental porcelain including Meissen, Old Paris, Sevres, Herend, Chantilly, artist signed Limoges, Royal Bayreuth and KPM. That will be topped off with fine jewelry including 24 watches by such famous names as Rolex, Cartier and Patek Phillipe, and single stones from two to six carats. On the block also will be Championship watches and rings from the 1986 Boston Celtics and cuff links from the 1958 Yankees.

Monday, May 26 will be Art Pottery Day with more than 500 lots of Newcomb, Teco, Saturday Evening Girls, artist signed Rookwood, Van Briggle, Weller and Roseville. The Weller selection will include an entire Mammy set plus Majolica, a Blackberry jardiniere and pedestal, and Stangle birds.

For more information on this auction, call 561-477-0008, or email