Beverly, Massachusetts (PRWEB) July 16, 2014
Kaminski Auctions July 27th estate sale features an outstanding array of fine art, silver, jewelry and Asian antiques. Jewelry and silver items include a 14.25 carat square cut emerald ring, set with 18 round brilliant diamonds in platinum. This exquisite ring is estimated at $30000-$35000. There is also a four plus carat Colombian emerald with two triangular side diamonds valued at $5000-$10000. A classic ladies Chopard 18K diamond and gold watch with a mother of pearl face and 34 total diamonds is another top jewelry lot valued at $6000-$10,000.
The auction also features an important pair of antique Bohemian uranium colored cut glass decanters with enamel decoration bearing the emblem of Zill al-Sultan, the Qajar prince who ruled Isfahan, Iran’s former capital from 1874 - 1907. These wonderful decanters were produced especially for the Islamic market.
Highlights of the sale include silver items from a California estate. There is a stunning Buccellati silver pitcher, signed “Buccellati Italy”, a rare 19th century French plateau suite measuring 78 inches long in mirrored gilt bronze valued at $20,000-$30,000, and a .800 silver equestrian trophy, inscribed " Hong Kong Jockey Club, 1892, The Ashley Cup, valued at $6000-$12000, as well as a set of 12 English sterling silver plates marked “PS” valued at $8000-$12000.
Fine art in the sale features an oil on canvas titled “An Afternoon of Homework” by British artist John Thomas Peele (1822-1897), an oil on canvas of a mother with baby in a cradle by American artist Harry Roseland and a street scene by French artist, Henry Lesur. California art collectors will not want to miss a wonderful work by Carl W. Peters (American 1897-1980), titled "Pier, Shacks and Sails".
For Chinese collectors there is also a large selection of Chinese huanguali and zitan furniture, jade, Chinese porcelain and Chinese and Tibetan gilt bronze buddhas.
Other items of interest in the sale include a lot of miniature Medieval cast lead knight figures, which includes individual figures, vignettes, and dioramas, on oak wood stands, from the Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, MA, valued at $5000-$10000 and a rare violin, marked Gabriel Buchstetter, dated 1768 and estimated at $3000-$5000.
Preview for this exciting sale starts Thursday- Saturday, July 24th-July 26th, 10:00-5:00 pm and starting at 8:00am on Sunday July 27th, day of sale. The auction begins at 10:00 am at the Kaminski Auction gallery, 117 Elliott Street, Rt. 62, Beverly, Massachusetts.
For more information or to preview the sale and register online go to http://www.kaminskiauctions.com or call 978-927-2223.