Exquisite European Decorative Arts from the 17th through 20th Centuries

Exquisite European Decorative Arts from the 17th through 20th Centuries

Sotheby's STYLE: Furniture, Silver, Ceramics auction (24–25 October, New York) features an elegant mix of silver, ceramics and furniture spanning centuries. The below vignettes provide inspiration for bringing historic treasures into your own home.
Sotheby's STYLE: Furniture, Silver, Ceramics auction (24–25 October, New York) features an elegant mix of silver, ceramics and furniture spanning centuries. The below vignettes provide inspiration for bringing historic treasures into your own home.

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A Dutch Delft blue and white large octagonal Baluster vase and cover, circa 1700. Estimate $3,000–5,000.

A George II mahogany tripod kettle or candle stand, circa 1740. Estimate $20,000–30,000.

A George II walnut and rouge royale marble wine cooler, circa 1740. Estimate $50,000–80,000.

A large George I silver octagonal coffee pot, Humphrey Payne, London, 1717. Estimate $10,000–15,000.

A rare Irish silver octagonal sugar bowl and cover, maker's mark WP, Dublin, 1717. Estimate $10,000–20,000.

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An assembled Sevres apple-green-ground part dinner service, circa 1760-75. Estimate $30,000–50,000.

A set of twelve George III silver-gilt plates, John Wakelin & William Taylor, London, 1787-88. Estimate $7,000–10,000.

A set of twelve George III silver dinner plates, Henry Green, London, 1796. Estimate $8,000–12,000.

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A pair of Dutch Delft blue and white large vases, circa 1700. Estimate $3,000–4,000.

A Dutch Delft blue and white large octagonal Baluster vase and cover, circa 1700. Estimate $3,000–5,000.

A Dutch Delft blue and white octagonal Baluster vase and cover, late 17th century. Estimate $5,000–7,000.

An Italian silver peacock, Mario Buccellati, Milan, 20th century. Estimate $40,000–80,000.

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A Louis XVI white marble and gilt bronze chinoiserie mantel clock, late 18th century. Estimate $8,000–12,000.

A Louis XV silver-mounted Japanese Imari porcelain covered bowl, the silver Paris, circa 1730. Estimate $8,000–12,000.

A pair of English silver-gilt & hardstone three-light candelabra, Frederick Courthope, London, 1888, branches, 1804. Estimate $14,000–18,000.

A Louis XVI gilt bronze pendule à cercles tournants, circa 1780. Estimate $15,000–25,000.

An Empire gilt bronze-mounted mahogany pedestal, early 19th century. Estimate $2,000–3,000.

A Neoclassical gilt and patinated bronze guéridon with marble top, possibly St. Petersburg, late 18th century. Estimate $15,000–25,000.

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A Dutch Delft blue and white large octagonal Baluster vase, late 17th century. Estimate $1,500–2,000.

A matched pair of French Régence white-painted chaises à la reine, circa 1725 (one of a pair depicted). Estimate $5,000–8,000.

A late Louis XIV carved oak centre table, circa 1715. Estimate $10,000–15,000.

A six-piece Japanese silver "Dragon" tea and coffee set with matching tray, Sanju Saku, Yokohama, early 20th century. Estimate $20,000–30,000.

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A Portuguese silver lobster, Luiz Ferreira, Porto, 20th century. Estimate $4,000–6,000.

A Danish silver Blossom pattern tray, No. 2E, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1977. Estimate $6,000–8,000.

A set of sixteen Danish silver dinner plates, No. 849D, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 20th century. Estimate $12,000–18,000.

A set of twelve Royal Copenhagen ‘fish’ plates, 20th century. Estimate $5,000–7,000.

Twenty-one Royal Copenhagen ‘Flora Danica’ reticulated luncheon plates, 19th century and later. Estimate $5,000–7,000.

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A Dutch Delft blue and white large charger, circa 1680-1700. Estimate $1,500–2,000.

A Netherlandish Maiolica polychrome charger, 17th century. Estimate $1,500–2,000.

A rare Irish silver octagonal sugar bowl and cover, maker's mark WP, Dublin, 1717. Estimate $10,000–20,000.

A George III silver two-handled tray, William Bennett, London, 1808. Estimate $4,000–6,000.

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A Dutch Delft polychrome helmet shaped ewer, circa 1710. Estimate $2,000–3,000.

A George II mahogany open armchair attributed to the St. Martin's Lane Syndicate, circa 1750. Estimate $50,000–80,000.

A late Louis XIV carved oak centre table, circa 1715. Estimate $10,000–15,000.

An English silver swan centerpiece, maker's mark J/ST, Birmingham, 2004. Estimate $5,000–7,000.

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