Kaminski Auctions of Beverly, Massachusetts, USA is one of the top Massachusetts auctioneers, providing period antique, fine art, paintings, furniture and estate auctions, for over two decades. Now with offices also located in Beverly Hills, California, USA.
Kaminski Auction’s March IMPORTANT HISTORIC AUCTION takes place on Saturday March 27 and Sunday March 28 commencing at 11:00am EDT.
We have been commissioned to sell items from the Grant family, descendants of President Ulysses S. Grant, as well as important gas chandeliers from the White Lord House, 31 Washington Square North, Salem; fine furniture and porcelain from the descendants of Francis B. Crowninshield of Marblehead and more.
FEATURED: LOT 106 - 19th Century rare and important bronze gas chandelier having an egret and snake design, encrusted with leafs, c. 1861-1866, 55" h. x 29" diam., original condition and patina. Provenance: The White Lord House, 31 Washington Square North, Salem, MA. EST 20000~30000.
A George III 6ft wide four poster bed with mahogany turned and reeded end posts. The canopy having oval inlaid satinwood cartouches to front and sides. Original condition. Later drapes which can be changed to suit.
Height : 198cm
Serendipity Antiques is situated in the depth of beautiful rural England under the shadow of the Malvern Hills near Ledbury. Rosemary Ford has been dealing in antiques for over 40 years and welcomes clients to the unusual shop behind her 16th century Elizabethan manor house and next to the small parish church of Preston dating back to Anglo Saxon times.
Serendipity specialises in original, yet affordable, high quality antique furniture for the discerning and always has a large selection of 18th and 19th century extending dining tables, set of chairs and four poster beds among the hundreds of lovely pieces of traditional furniture always in stock.
Serendipity have always worked with the interior decoration business and try to find the right furniture new or old to complement interior designer's schemes. Whether you are living in a cottage or castle, we can help furnish your home to perfection.
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Hi, It's Annie and Mick from A & M Antiques here. We are passionate Royal Worcester collectors first and foremost and would love to be able to share that passion with you. We have pieces covering a wide range of Artists and Subjects all of which are signed and in great condition(any restorations/damage listed in item description)
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At the Hidden TV Company (part of Mansers Antiques) we provide the solution to neatly housing your flat screen TV's and related equipment into beautifully hand crafted cabinets and ottomans. We offer a bespoke service based on decades of experience in antiques and home interiors. Our cabinets are made in all woods and finishes including a decorative hand painted finish. Ottomans can be supplied in calico or customers own fabric.
TAVERN INTERIOR BY FOLLOWER OF TENIERS THE YOUNGER 1640-1670 ORIGINALLY BELONGED TO THE DECEASED ESTATE OF EDWARD WARNER LEICESTERSHIRE'S MASTER OF THE FAMOUS 'QUORN HUNT'.
This is a unique chance to acquire an early genre themed mid 17th.century oil on canvas in the baroque style, depicting peasants smoking and drinking in a tavern or ale house.
The actual canvas size is 22 Inches x 18 Inches and overall measurements to include the frame are 30 Inches x 36 Inches.
The brief history known is that the painting was sold back in 1919 by Warner Shepherd and Wade Auctioneers upon the death of Edward Warner huntmaster back in 1911.
There was a country house sale held on site at the famous Quorn Hall, Leicestershire's famous hunt headquarters for over 300 years.
All the house contents were sold off and I have the original catalogue of sale dated Tuesday 2nd, 3rd, and 4th December 1919.
The painting was incorrectly listed as Rubens school as it had a label on the front of the frame, which might have originally belonged to another work of art.
The frame is of the correct period being approx.1630-1670, and is in good solid condition. The painting itself has been wax relined and was probably cleaned some years ago.
There are no signs of any previous repairs and the surface colours look sharp and fairly bright.
There is no obvious signature or date visible.
The execution of the painting is extremely similar to works by artist Teniers The Younger who was born in 1610, but cannot be attributed to him in the absence of any signature or initials.
It is believed that this painting was sold last at the NEC in Birmingham back in the eighties for a considerable sum.
Today such a painting could cost a small fortune if it were ever proven to be by one of the old masters, but in the absence of clear identification of the artist, it is to be offered at a sensible price reflecting all the circumstances.
Similar style paintings do not seem to be available in the general market place today and only appear in museums or private collections.
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