Monday, June 22, 2009

The Chevy Chase Auction Results



Here are the results from the pieces I picked out from this past weekend's Sloan's and Kenyon Auction. There are some very lucky people who walked away with great buys. Remember these sold prices do not reflect a 19.% buyers premium. So the buyers had to add that and sales tax to their final purchase price.


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Sale 43 Lot 2 CHINESE SANCAI FIGURE OF EQUESTRIAN, Tang Dynasty. - 14 in. high.
Estimate $500-700
SOLD FOR $500.00



Sale 43 Lot 250 CHINESE RED LACQUER BUTTERFLY MIRROR. - 39 1/2 in. x 25 1/2 in.
Estimate $300-400
DID NOT SELL


Sale 43 Lot 273 CHINESE BLACK LACQUER FOUR-FOLD SCREEN, 20th century. Each panel applied with ivory female figures in garden - 72 in. x 16 in.
Estimate $400-600
DID NOT SELL



Sale 43 Lot 393 34-PIECE FRENCH FAÏENCE DINNER SERVICE, 20th century. Service for six including: dinner plates, salad plates, soup bowls, coffee cups with saucers; coffee pot, sugar and creamer on small platter. Hand-painted polychrome whimsical hot-air balloon decoration- 10 1/2 in. diam., dinner plate.
Estimate $300-400
SOLD FOR $350.00. A nice deal.




Sale 43 Lot 457 CONTINENTAL NEOCLASSICAL STYLE INLAID FRUITWOOD ARM CHAIR, 20th century, with flame-stitch upholstery. Unusual six-splat chair, with uniform open-work design on back and sides; stuffover nailed seats; inlay throughout; canted sides and canted square tapering legs - 32 3/4 in. x 25 in. x 20 1/2 in.
Estimate $300-500
SOLD FOR $190.00. Such an unusual piece and I think thats a steal.



Sale 43 Lot 461 NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MAHOGANY DAYBED. 19th century, with gilt-metal mounts. Paneled head and footboards; columnar supports; deep metal-mounts; on compressed ball feet
- 24 in. x 80 in. x39 1/4 in.
Estimate $400-600.
SOLD FOR $500.00. It looked like it needed work but pure Bill Blass Style. Now where do you find a mattress for it?



Sale 43 Lot 594 PAIR CHINOISERIE-DECORATED TOLEWARE TEA CANISTERS, 20th century. Mounted as lamps - 20 in. high, canister; 33 in. high, overall.
Estimate $300-400
SOLD FOR $250.00. Folks, whoever got those got the deal of the day. Lamps are easy to fix.



Sale 43 Lot 679 MAHOGANY FOLDING LADDER, circa 1900. - 67 in. x 19 in. x 5 1/2 in.
Estimate $400-600
SOLD FOR $550.00. Someone's Library will look great. What a nice buy.



Sale 43 Lot 681 PAINTED AND DECOUPAGE-DECORATED THREE-FOLD FLOOR SCREEN. With figural garden and scenic landscape appliques enriched by insects and exotic animals illustrating an "East meets West" theme - 67 1/2 in. x 57 in.
Estimate $500-1,000
SOLD FOR $500.00. Such a pretty piece.



Sale 43 Lot 689 GEORGE I STYLE ROUND-ABOUT CHAIR, 19th century, "as is". Unusual extended back-scrolled crest-splat; wrap-around out-swept scrolling arms; bowed serpentine seat; shell-carved cabriole legs - 38 in. x 30 in. x 16 3/4 in.
Estimate $500-700
SOLD FOR $225.00. A great conversation piece at that price



Sale 43 Lot 945 PAIR ITALIAN CLASSICAL STYLE TERRA COTTA URNS, 20th century. Vasiform vessel with gadrooned sides; mask mounts; swagging foliate garlands; fluted base; on square plinth

- 18 1/2 in. x 18 1/2 in. diam.
Estimate $800-1,200
SOLD FOR $850.00. Out of all the pieces I chose, these were the most expensive??

3 comments:

An Aesthete's Lament said...

I would be very happy indeed to place the winning bid on that green Orientalist screen.

Stephen said...

Yes, it's cool, and useful for me
www.chase.com This is such a great article.

ilovelimegreen said...

The photo does not do the screen justice - it is just incredible!