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Auction Summary, May 16th

Auction Summary, May 16th

 

Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 550 lot unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday May 16th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

The day's bidding begins with a fine collection of Chinese marble and rosewood tables, carved jades, a Kesi weave bag, a Ming cloisonne censer, Chinese and Asian porcelain and other artifacts.

A selection of furniture ranges from an 18th century English oak cabinet and tables, a fine Georgian bookcase secretary, an excellent Victorian marble top table, an Aesthetic inlaid ebonized planter and a selection of bentwood Stendig and Thonet, a Plycraft lounge and ottoman, two Eldred Wheeler stands and a pair of Baker leopard print swivel chairs.  Of special interest is a large George Nakashima sliding door sideboard with dovetailed case and structural base in excellent original condition.

Mid Century and other accessories feature works by Jean Cocteau, Serge Roche, Seguso, Kosta, Daum, Zsolnay, Lalique, Dali, Icart, Fulper, Oscar Bach, James Edward Barnes, Novaresi Milan, Romano Dona, Moser, Hagenauer, Albert Feinauer and others. Hundreds of ounces of sterling silver hollowware and flatware primarily from a New Jersey estate will be of interest as well as a large offering of American silver coins from an old Putnam County collection and a small but select collection of estate jewelry from a Saratoga NY estate.  

Rare to our venue is a selection of antique and modern firearms as well as bladed weapons featuring several hunting rifles and a rare Civil War Burnside carbine. All firearms will require a standard background check.                                             

Several china services and various fine porcelains include services of Wedgwood 'Florentine' and 'Embossed Queensware', Spode 'Italian" and a 'Tower Blue' set for 12, Royal Crown Derby unused  'Carlton Blue' and partial 'Imari" , hand painted Limoge, a large Meissen floral service for at least 10 with many serving pieces and a partial Meissen set with serving pieces.

 Other items of interest include an early 1900's NY leather license plate, several bronzes,  a large selection Persian rugs including several room size and a large Donegal carpet, two Featherweight machines, an estate offering of violins, wind and brass instruments and a collection of Native American pottery and Kachina. Also needing mention is a set of six large David Roberts lithographs of views of Egypt and a dynastic Lentoid bottle in restored condition.

 In house previews are Sunday 5/15 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 5/17 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at our interactive website www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or  contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary, April 4th

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved Art auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday April 4th at 5:00 PM EST. 

This auction contains a large collection of assorted oil paintings, watercolors, etchings, lithographs & a collection of Studio Pottery.

Expect many fine pieces including works by Karel Appel, Edward Costigan, William Gropper, Henry Strater, William McDonough, Harold Miller, William Glackens, Leonard Baskin, Piranesi, Omar Rayo, Jean-Pierre Vasarely, Joseph Cornell, Rufino Tamayo, Seena Donneson, Karl-Heinz Kliemann, Johann Georg Muller, selectio Japanese woodblock, mostly Hiroshige, Leon Kelly, Gregorio Prestopino, Frederic Taubes, Charles Wheeler Locke, Mark Zets, Lena Gurr, Jacqueline Hudson, Anton Mauve, Milton Lunin, Robert Kalthoff, Luigi Lucioni, Max Liebermann & many more.

Preview for this auction is scheduled for Sunday, April 3rd from 1pm to 5pm & on Monday, day of sale from 1pm to 4:30, this will be an online only auction.

Absentee and phone bidding is available, all lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items Tuesday 4/5/22  

from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available on our website.

Contact Neil Vaughn at 914 489 2399, or Theo de Haas at 845 480 2381 for more information.

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Some Notes on Bidding through Live Auctioneers

Why was I not approved as a bidder after I signed up?

Bidders with little or no bidding history will not automatically be approved, so if you are new on this platform please call us to confirm contact information & agreement of all posted terms of sale.

Bidders with little or no purchase history might be approved, but will only be approved with a bid limit reflecting their past purchase pattern, so if your past purchase shows as follows:

Bidder Analytics

Member Since:

Oct 8 2021

Approved Auction Registrations:

1

Bids Placed:

0

Bids Placed This Auction:

0

Saved Searches:

3

Saved Items:

3

Items Won:

none

Avg. Hammer Price:

0

Total Paid:

$250 or less

Payment Rate:

N/A

 

We might approve you, but only with a $500 limit, or we may call you to confirm terms of sale & verify your contact info.

On the other hand if your bidding details show as follows:

Bidder Analytics

Member Since:

Apr 12 2018

Approved Auction Registrations:

804

Bids Placed:

308

Bids Placed This Auction:

0

Saved Searches:

4

Saved Items:

417

Items Won:

6 to 25

Avg. Hammer Price:

$250 to $500

Total Paid:

$5,000 to $10,000

Payment Rate:

100% of lots paid

 

We will approve you without any issue.

Think of it as buying a car without any credit history, please do not expect to be approved without a limit without any purchase or buying history.

That said, if you feel you need a higher limit, call us and submit credit card information. Once we receive the credit card details (sometimes we also request a copy of your driver's license), we can increase, or remove the limit.

Which takes us to another subject of confusion:

Why do I have to submit my Credit Card if I already submitted it to Live Auctioneers?

You may have submitted your credit card details to Live Auctioneers, however we have no access to that information because we are not signed up with their direct payment system.

There are various reasons for that, which we won't get into, but suffice to say, your credit card filed with Live Auctioneers is not usable to us.

Note we are “Hudson Valley Auctioneers”, a small auction house that uses “Live Auctioneers”, a large world wide platform to stream the auction, though the names are similar, we are not the same company by any means.

Which brings us to another important point:

Why does the big blue “PAY NOW” button not work after I receive my invoice?

As aforementioned, we did not sign up with Live Auctioneers direct payment system, so if you are successful on any items purchased at one of our auctions you will receive an invoice generated by Live Auctioneers with a summary of your purchases, followed by a big blue “Pay Now” button, this button will not function!

Instead of getting the message that “this auction house does not participate in direct payment” you receive an error message such as “Link Expired”, which obviously confuses a lot of clients who just keep clicking on a non functioning link.

Instead you need to call us with payment details, you can submit credit card details over the phone, send it by email (in two parts for security reasons) or, if planning to pick it up in person, pay directly when you arrive at the gallery.

Please note that we also accept cash, checks & wire transfers.

Is there a discount if I buy from you directly, or if I pay with cash?

There is not, while we certainly allow bidding on the phone, and accept left bids, the premium will be the same.

Right now we have approximately 16,000 bidders from over 30 countries approved for our auctions, offering a discount to make them change platforms would invite chaos, so the premium will be the same, regardless of method of bidding or payment.

Can I pick up my items in person? Can I preview items in person?

Yes, and yes, call us at 845 831 6800 for any information.

Do I have to pay tax if I pick up in person if I’m from out of state?

Yes, any bidder that buys from a state other than New York has to pay the sales tax on any item picked up in person, UNLESS they have a valid resale number, please note that if you have a resale number we need a copy of that certificate on file, as well as a signed ST120 (we have those for you)

So if you receive an invoice that does not show tax because you are in let’s say New Jersey, tax will apply if you decide to pick up in person, so make sure to bring a copy of your resale certificate if you have one, if not, be prepared to pay the tax.

Note that all bidders from New York will have tax added to their invoice, which we remove if you have a resale on file with us.

Note that all resale numbers will be verified through SALT validators in New York or the appropriate sites for out of state dealers.

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Auction Summary, February 21st 2022 at 3pm.

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday February 21st at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

The day's bidding starts with the two collections of vintage advertising items, one a long time accumulation of clocks, signage, paperweights and display items. The other is an archival group saved from a local Putnam County historic business, Forson Bros. general store, located in the center of what is now the hamlet of Garrison New York.

The store opened in the 1880's in what was originally called Forsonville. Included in the offering of advertising items is a large lot of day books, purchase and sales receipts and the traveling stage makeup kit along with three vintage photos of  "America's Tattooed Lady" , Annie Howard. How it ended up in this trove is unknown.

A retiring antiques dealer and collector's home in Brewster, Cape Cod added a large selection of 19th century furniture and decorative accessories to the 625 lot auction. Chests, tables, sets of chairs, Japanese and Chinese porcelains, Japanese woodblocks, glassware and many interesting bits and lots of treasure. Additionally from a legendary Long Island collector comes several Chinese scrolls, an excellent selection of vintage sari's, vintage Japanese clothing and embroidery as well as a long time Yonkers collection of vintage pull toys, cast iron banks, bears and carnival targets.

Mid Century includes a great Adrian Pearsall swivel chair, two possible stools, lighting from the period, a Michel Arnoult dining set, Eames LCW pair, two pair ESS speakers as highlights. 

Artworks abound and include works by Edith Varian Cockcroft, Two by Peggy Dodds, Maurice Sterne life drawings, two attributed to Jan Bruegel, three by Victor Gatto, ten abstracts by Leonard Wallace, George Braque litho, three Erte AP, eight works by Joachim Probst, two oils by John Francis Murphy, several watercolors by Samuel Coleman and many others.

Several china services and various fine porcelains, spelters and bronzes, several fine clocks, collection bladed weapons, jewelry and silver, early photography, Persian rugs, several icons, early needlework's, a vintage slot machine, two Featherweight machines and a great vintage jewelers showcase.

In house previews are Sunday 2/20 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  

Absentee and phone bidding is available, all lots offered through liveauctioneers.com

Pickup of all items Tuesday 2/22/22  from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

Shipping is by third party vendors only.

For more information see www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399 

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Annual New Years Day Auction, Summary

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers located at 432 Main Street Beacon, New York  will celebrate New Years Day with an unreserved antique and estate auction on Saturday January 1st beginning promptly at 1:00 PM EST. The sale offers bidding with online platform Liveauctioneers.com as well as absentee and phone bidding. This year's annual sale incorporates three interesting estates and a collector clearing out some closets. 

The day's line up starts with Chinese and Asian artifacts; porcelain, marble topped stands, metalwork, artworks, Nichols rugs and bronzes. A large selection of American and Continental bronzes follows and includes works by artists including Barye, Vincenzo Vela, Dumaige, Weinert, Claude Michel, August Carrier, Joseph Gustave, A. Waagen, Duchoiselle, Mene, Sally Clark and several others. 

A rare Tiffany Makers tall clock, a fine Chelsea ships clock, a lighted Abstract Plexiglas Composition by Emmy Packard, two Atmos presentation clocks and several American wooden clocks are mixed in with music boxes, disc players and victrolas. The most important being a rare concert model music box by D. Allard and Sandoz with 9 bells and 10 interchangeable cylinders in a fine boulle inlaid freestanding case. From the Scarsdale estate comes several pieces of 18th and 19th century furniture and several Persian carpets as well as an exceptional Caucasian saddle cover in excellent condition and a fine 18th century Verdure tapestry. 

Of the Americana highlights a monumental probably Fiske cow weathervane competes with a rare 6 gallon Hamilton and Jones stoneware crock with an eagle and four stars. Four George Nakashima 'grass seat' chairs, Gustav Stickley including two dining tables, two sets of chairs and a plate rack sideboard, an exceptional Thonet center table and a French Majorelle style table will be of interest as well as two Waterford chandeliers and a vintage Leica camera.

Standout oils in the sale include works by artists Alfred W, Kowalski, Johann Bertholsen, Anne Congdon, James Buttersworth, Jan Powlowski, Louis Betts, William Zorach, Charles D. Gibson, Ugo Bernusconi, Peggy Dodds, Fried Pal, Allen Newton and many others. 

As in prior holiday auctions estate jewelry features prominently with approximately 30 lots vintage Bakelite, some fine jewelry and is joined by several sterling flatware services, hollowware and other various little treasures.  The sale encompasses approximately 450 lots. 

Previews are prior Thursday and Friday noon to 5pm, Saturday 10-12:30 pm sale time or by appointment.

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Auction Summary, November 1st, 2021

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday November 1st at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. Several local estates combine to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 600 lots. 

A trip to Dallas, PA to look at bronzes was successful and also ended up with a van load of the life work and personal collection of the 'Crawford and Gloria' including props, scrapbooks and performance posters as well as their personal collection vintage magic posters and ephemera to be sold in individual and grouped lots.

 

The day's bidding starts with the final public auction offering of Louise Abrams artworks, acrylic paintings, intricate drawings, sketchbooks and sculpture. An excellent collection of record players, telephones, several Edison Standards with two horns as well as two large lots of cylinder records and other machines will follow. Other items from a Cortland estate include several metal disc players and roller organs, two of which are coin operated, interesting scales, a large inkwell collection, a large doll collection and a Winchester 10 gauge cannon. Two swords; a rare Robert Mole US confederacy sword and a rare Austrian M1858 Heavy Cavalry Trooper example , a rare Mark W, Cross & Co. tack and saddlery cabinet, several marble and alabaster carvings and pedestals led by two carved bas relief plaques signed "Lot Corelli, Firenze" should all garner attention.

 

A Garrison NY estate offers up a large collection of Chinese porcelains, carved jades, collections of figurines, bronzes, Japanese inro, snuff bottles and other artifacts. 

Artworks include works by Samuel Rothbart, Francesco DiCocco, I.T. Hansen, Andrew Ragon, Michail Yakovlov, Edward Smythe, Gerrit Hondius,  Michel Rodde and others. Bronzes include a fine "Last Days of Napoleon" by Vincenzo Vela, Jean Baptiste Belloc ``Swords into Ploughshares", large 19th century setter animalier and several other French 19th century bronzes. Among other bronzes is a Tiffany counterbalance floor lamp, a large Tiffany Zodiac inkwell and a bronze and glass grapevine deskset. 

 

Several china services and various fine porcelains, decorative items from many periods combined with English and American mahogany such as a large faux bamboo book cabinet,  an oversize Syrian brass decorated marriage chest, lots of quarter sawn oak, tester beds, a group of solid rosewood Anglo Indian carved furniture and much more are scattered throughout.   

 Good lots of Mid Century modern furniture and accessories are led by a pair of Eames lounge chairs and ottomans and other Hermann Miller furniture, rosewood bedroom furniture, Venini sconces, Ficks Reed bamboo, rare bamboo lounge, a  Paul Evans ``Patchwork" dresser box,  a pair of Barcelona and a pair of Wassily chairs, three George Nelson ``Omni" wall units, four Greg Copeland 1970's glass framed artworks and a Fortuny glass and metal chandelier are among the highlights. 

 

A nice selection of estate carpets and textiles, a few hundred troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware, a selection of fine estate jewelry, a large lot carnival glass and a large lot Hummels will also be offered. Please see our advertisement in this "Bee" and visit our website. In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 10/31 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items  Tuesday 11/2 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only.

 

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Auction Summary, September 13

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday September 13th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST.  Several local estates combine to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 600 lots.

The sale begins with another session of 100 lots of Louise Abrams artworks, acrylic paintings, intricate drawings and sculpture with the final offering in our next fall sale. The next 100 lots are the continuation of the local estate collection of sextants, telescopes and microscopes, several barometers, transits, scientific instruments, a rare Fairbanks seed scale, a fine binnacle stand and other oddities. Several clocks are included in both sessions including two antique tall clocks , Atmos, regulators, gilt wood, Eli Terry, Chelsea ships clock, electric and other examples. An Edison cylinder Triumph with a wooden horn, an Edison Standard with two horns as well as two large lots of cylinder records and other machines will be sold. A barn find 1946 Ercoupe single engine airplane in need of restoration and comes with a vintage parachute.

Artworks include works by G.W.Nicholson, William Merritt Post, George Campbell, Calder, Anthony Toney, Bernard Shirley Carter J. Arnold and others. Studio and art pottery and glass are represented by makers Galle, Rookwood, Bauer, Charle Graham, Carlos Zauli, Richard Bampi, Cas Vietri, Boch Freres, Blomdahl, Lalique and Baccarat, Nils Landberg, Daum, Steuben and Waterford.

Several fine china services, Chinese porcelains and carved jades, collections of figurines, bronzes, and decorative items from many periods mixes with English and American mahogany, pine and walnut pieces including some good country, Baker, Pompanoosuc Mills pieces, garden items including iron benches, Victorian urns, wrought iron, cast stone and carved marble including a 17th Italian carved plaque. 

Good lots of Mid Century modern furniture and accessories with Camer chandeliers to McCobb furniture as representatives. A nice collection of estate carpets and textiles and a few hundred troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware will be sold.   Please see our advertisement in this "Bee" and visit our website. In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 9/12 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. 

All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items  Tuesday 9/14 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at our interactive website www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or  contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary, August 9th.

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday August 9th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. A gallery preview will be held Sunday 8/8 from 1-5 and Monday day of sale beginning at 12 noon and ending at 2:30 pm or by appointment. Estates and collections from Mount Vernon, Walden, Park Ave. NYC, and others have combined to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 675 lots.The sale begins with a one owner collection of sextants, telescopes and microscopes, barometers, transits, sextants, canons, patent models, scientific instruments and various other oddities.  Several clocks are included in both sessions including an antique tall clock, Atmos, regulators, gilt spelter and other various other examples.   

Artworks offerings are led by artists Bernard Perlin, George Henry Bogert, Edward Gay, Estelle Ginsberg, two by Lemuel Wilmarth, D. Huntington, a Rodin watercolor sketch of Isadora Duncan, 3 modern bronzes by A. Sasso and an extraordinary bronze "Good Defeats Evil" by Zurab Tsereteli. Art pottery, Art Deco figurals, several fine china services, Chinese porcelains, Judaica, various collections of figurines, antique child portraiture and decorative items from many periods are just some of the categories represented. An extensive selection of English and American mahogany and walnut pieces from the last three centuries are led by the Park Avenue collection of George 3rd dining room and library pieces. Some good country and garden items including wicker, iron benches and a rare steer horn sofa are complemented by several good lots of Mid Century modern furniture and accessories                                                                                  Estate carpets and textiles, paisleys and a fine early pictorial tapestry will generate some interest from the trade. Costume and silver jewelry from the Mount Vernon estate will be offered in large lots and a few hundred troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware will be sold. Musical instruments include a D18 Martin guitar, an Irish harp, an Andrew Schroetter violin, a Gretsch drum set, a #281 Yamaha flute, a Scherl and Roth cello in case, an inlaid mandolin and a fine Lyon and Healy concert harp with a Carnegie Hall pedigree will round out the offering. The sale ends up with 200 lots of estate books, mostly related to architecture, Art Deco and Nouveau, decorating and other interesting topics.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 8/8 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items Tuesday 8/10 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or  contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary, June 14th 2021

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday June 14th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

A gallery preview will be held Sunday 6/13 from 1-5 and Monday day of sale beginning at 12 noon and ending at 2:30pm or by appointment, several interesting estates and collections have combined to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 600 lots.

The sale begins with a one owner collection of sextants, microscopes, barometers, scientific instruments, several antique maps and various other oddities. Record players include a rare Berliner gramophone along with a rarer original record cabinet with original records. Several clocks are included in both sessions including an antique tall clock, carriage clocks, several Atmos, regulators, French figural bronze and gilt spelter and other various examples. Thirteen vintage coin op gumball machines were collected in the 1970'sat various flea markets and tag sales and are in working condition. Also assembled in the 1970's and 80's is a one owner 50 lot collection of archaic and dynastic Chinese and Anglo Roman glazed and unglazed pottery artifacts primarily purchased from London dealers by an Anglophile best selling author. Chinese, Japanese and other Asian pottery and artworks from the several other estates offered are scattered throughout the sale. 

Artworks offerings are led by artists Henry Gasser, F.T. Sibley, Aaron Shattuck, Leon Devos, J. Francis Cropsey, G.S. Vander Poel, William Glackens, Frank Auerbach and four Paul Jacoulet woodblocks.  Art pottery, blown art glass, Art Deco figurals and decorative items from many periods come from a New Jersey collection. 

Mid Century items include two sets of eight BRNO chairs for Knoll, a Carlo Scarpa dining and coffee table in the Doge line, Brueton cantilever coffee table and glass objects by Charlie Miner, Brad Copping, Louis Via and Donald Robertson.  A fine selection of English and American mahogany and walnut pieces from the last three centuries are scattered throughout. Some good country and garden items including some pieces from the Glenmere Mansion include cast iron, teak, cast stone and carved stone. A large selection of estate carpets, a collection of early fraternal robes and fur coats should yield some surprises.                 

Not much jewelry in this months' auction but more than 1000 troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware will be sold.  Folk items from a large Westport estate will garner some attention; two large polychrome carved wooden plaques depicting scenes of Baron Von Munchausen's antics, a fine folksy hobby horse, a gilt horse weather vane, a sailor whirligig, two wallpaper hat boxes, a blue painted dome trunk 1841, a fine half hull and a small Prior school portrait of a child.      

Bronzes are highlighted by an Albert Carrier Belleuse figure of Rembrandt, J. Smith 1901 figure of Napoleon on a marble plinth, Austrian cold painted Art Deco dancer and several examples of 17th and 18th century Flemish and Chinese cauldrons and pots. Auctioneers favorites are a paint decorated and carved horse drawn sleigh and a large Spanish Colonial oak carved panel both from the Westport estate. Please see our advertisement in this "Bee" and visit our Website.

In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 6/13 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items is by curbside protocol Tuesday June 15th from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available on our website.

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Summary Upcoming Auction, Monday May 3rd at 3PM

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 2 session unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction  through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday May 3rd at an early start of 3:00 PM EST.

A gallery preview will be held Sunday May 2nd from 1-5 and Monday, day of sale beginning at 12 noon and ending at 2:30pm. The sale begins with 200 lots of sculpture, paintings and drawings from a newly rediscovered "Outsider" artist of remarkable talent. Louise Abrams born in 1941 studied in New York at the Art Students League, the New School and in Mexico at the Instituto Allende.She received her BA and has graduate work in the Fine Arts Department at CUNY. She had several gallery shows in the mid 1970's including Cloud Gallery June 1975, Auction 393 submissions in June 1975 and Pleiades Gallery exclusive show September 1975. Her work has been described as "a microscopic view of life", "Native American, Aboriginal, Olmec inspired'' and "visionary".  Abrams' work and study has been interrupted throughout her life with severe mental and emotional challenges and has spent significant periods of her life in various institutions. A number of  themes, possibly visions, dominate the few thousand works comprising the total of Abrams’ work from the 1970’s to the early 2000’s all of which is court ordered to be sold by Hudson Valley Auctioneers. This May sale will be the fourth of several offerings to liquidate the entire block of work from sculpture in stone, ink drawings, oils on board and canvas and numerous sketch pads. The gallery anticipates one further sale. Price results have already accelerated since the initial offering in November 2020.

 Session two features 400 fresh estate lots  including 19th century furniture, garden and accessories from the Estate of Robert Wiggins, Montgomery NY, a long held storage unit in Hyannis Massachusetts, an 18th century home's furnishings from Croton on Hudson NY, remaining contents from a sprawling Westport estate and several other Hudson Valley partial estates and consignors. Artworks offered by artists Peter Max, Romere Bearden, E. Meadows, a large 1866 Edward Moran oil, a circa 1850 portrait of Thomas Whitmore of  Apley, a four panel Japanese screen "Nam- Ban" by Oh En, several Persian drawings and several other prints and paintings. Mid century items include a "Parrot Chair" by Ib Arberg, an excellent Helen Webber tapestry, a Paul McCobb vellum covered table, a Nelson Steelcase desk, a Russel Wright for Conant Ball dresser and lots of accessories. Fancy goods include a pair French bronze figural candelabra, several fine estate carpets, a rare Rococo carved oak Symphonium Style 25c with 23 discs, a fine Zsolnay Pecs vase signed Brigitta Kulscar, a 70 troy ounce hand planished tray by Karl Anderson dated 1919, several crystal and Venetian chandeliers, groups of Imari and old Chinese as well as Cultural Revolution items and a fine Josiah Wood New Bedford grandfather clock. Other items include 4 early Nantucket baskets, an early cast iron fireback with Heron and fox, a large lot of "Frosted Lion" by Gillinder, quilts, local Orange County atlas and maps and other attic and basement finds. Groups of 19th century furniture will be scattered throughout the sale. Highlights include a selection of tiger maple; a tester bed, tiltops, an old surface tiger pembroke, two old corner cabinets, several blanket chests, several large case pieces, Empire sideboards, cupboards, two large Meiji storage cabinets and other antique Japanese and Chinese pieces.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

In person previews are scheduled for Sunday prior from 1pm-5pm and Monday day of sale from 12 noon- 2:30pm and follow Covid protocols. Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items is by curbside protocol Tuesday May 4th from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. 

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