Auction Preview: Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts & Silver at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, Feb 27 | BLOUIN ARTINFO
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Auction Preview: Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts & Silver at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, Feb 27

"A George III Silver Epergne" - Paul Storr, London, 1814. The foliate rim above an openwork basket and acanthus and mask decorated stem issuing the four scrolling arms ending in fluted cups, the square base worked to show rocaille, laurel and mask decoration. Hallmarked for Sterling on underside. Measured at 157 ozt 10 dwts. Height 13 1/4 inches. Estimated Price: $20,000-30,000
(Courtesy - Leslie Hindman Auctioneers)

What: Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts & Silver

Where: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, 1338 West Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60607, United States

When: Feb 27, 10:00 CT

Top Lots of the Sale:

- "A George III Silver Epergne" - Paul Storr, London, 1814. The foliate rim above an openwork basket and acanthus and mask decorated stem issuing the four scrolling arms ending in fluted cups, the square base worked to show rocaille, laurel and mask decoration. Hallmarked for Sterling on underside. Measured at 157 ozt 10 dwts. Height 13 1/4 inches. Estimated Price: $20,000-30,000

- "A German Silver Nef" - B. Neresheimer & Sohne, Hanau, Late 19th Century. Modeled as a three-masted ship, the hull worked to show repousse mythological figures and foliate scrolls, raised on wheels, marked on port-side keel. Measured at 197 ozt 10 dwts. Height 27 3/4 x width 40 1 /2 inches. Estimated Price: $20,000-30,000

- "A George III Silver Tea Urn" - Paul Storr, London, 1813. The domed lid with a blossom finial, the body with a gadroon and rocaille rim above an anthemion band, issuing twin volute handles from lion masks and engraved with the coat-of-arms of the Baron Macdonald of Sleat, the fluted spout with a putto form nozzle and lion mask spout, raised on paw feet. Hallmarked for Sterling on urn body. Measured at 200 ozt 5 dwts. Height 16 1/2 x width 16 inches. Estimated Price: $15,000-25,000

- "A George II Silver Epergne" - Peter Archambo II & Peter Meure, London, 1753. The central basket of oval form with twin-foliate handles and an undulating gadroon rim, the body pierced to show foliate scrolls and quatrefoils and suspending floral swags. Hallmarked for Sterling throughout. Measured at 189 ozt 4 dwts. Height 16 inches. Estimated Price: $15,000-20,000

- "A Pair of Regency Mahogany Twelve-Inch Library Globes" - g. & j. cary, london, first quarter 19th century. Comprising a terrestrial and a celestial example, each raised on a tripod stand centered with a compass and ending in acorn feet, the celestial globe cartouche only partially legible. Measured at Height 35 inches. Estimated Price: $10,000-20,000

- "An Egyptian Bronze Standing Osiris", late period, dynasty 26-30, 664-343 b.c.e. Measured at Height 11 inches. Estimated Price: $8,000-12,000

- "A Belgian Silver Kettle-on-Stand" - Maker's Mark JD with Three Pellets, Mid-19th Century. The lid having an addorsed dolphin finial and meander decoration, the tapering body with foliate, beaded and musical trophy decorated bands, raised on a conforming stand with a burner. Marked with '800' standard on underside. Measured at 192 ozt 15 dwts. Height 17 inches. Estimated Price: $8,000-12,000

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