News from Hudson Valley Auctioneers
Summary Auction, March 29th
Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an early spring absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction offered through liveauctioneers.com on Monday March 29th at 5:00 PM EST.
A gallery preview will be held Sunday 3/28 from 1-5 and Monday beginning at 2pm and ending at 4:30. The unreserved 400 lot sale combines items from several local estates and collections including the New York apartment of former Michigan State Senator Jack Faxon, furniture from the estate of former antiques dealer Joan White, Monroe NY and a Poughkeepsie NY antiquarian and dealer as well as gallery and other additions.
The Faxon estate offered up an excellent collection Persian and other carpets, several lots of antique leaded and beveled glass as well as several interesting pieces of architectural iron artifacts and period brutalist sculpture. Lots of good 19th century country and period furniture is well represented with a tiger maple slant desk, a tall cherry chest of drawers and a rare set of six early 19th century chairs from the White estate. Artwork scattered through the evening includes several fine lithos including two Rene Magritte portfolios and T. Benton among others as well as artworks by Althea Platt, Arnold Plancer, Harry Stoner, Chester B. Price and A. Leydenfrost to name a few.
A collection of studio pottery mainly from the estate of Herbert Sargeant includes several groups of his pieces as well as works by Marion Vlosky, Warren Mackenzie, Kylikki Salmanharra, Bethel Pike, and others. A final wrap up of the Westchester estate that has been featured in the last several sales provided a nice selection of period Art Deco furniture, a classic Noguchi coffee table, a pair of Selig Milo Baughman chairs and several other lots from the middle of last century.
Items from a former Poughkeepsie retired book dealer include several early machines; roller organs, traveling victrolas, early maps and books, Asian items such as a fine bronze Budhha, Japanese mixed metal, porcelains and textiles.
Other highlights bound to attract attention include several hundred ounces of sterling silver flatware and hollowware and a large collection of fine estate jewelry, another offering of original John Floyd Yewell architectural renderings, several classical antique bronzes, a Herman Koenig violin, several carriage clocks and a remarkable early 19th century iron vault door mounted as sculpture.
Pickup of all items is by safety protocol Tuesday March 30th from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only.