Regency marble-top gueridon brings $17,400 at Litchfield summer antique auction

"Still Life of Fruits, Flowers & Animals." atributed to Jakob Bogdani (1660-1724) sold for $15,600.

Litchfield County Auctions’ summer sale are designed to offer an eclectic mix of traditional antiques and fine art to fit every budget from $50 to $15,000. This year’s sale, offered June 27-July 13, 2012, was different. Lots of antique furniture and decorations featured several top lots. The highest selling item in the sale was a Regency parcel gilt ebonized marble-top gueridon (English, 1810-1820), which sold for $17,400. Read More +

Online antiques auction features Hudson River landscape, fine antique furniture

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A Hudson River landscape by Henry Ary, estimated at $30-50,000, may take top lot honors during Litchfield County Auctions’ summer antique and modern fine art auction. Online bidding takes place June 27-July 11, 2012 on iGavelauctions.com and features items from private estates and collections throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts. Read More +