High Road Auctions' Fine Art & Selected Antiques Sale

Featuring a private collection of Oriental art on the 25th September

High Road Auctions
30-34 Chiswick High Road, W4 1TE
020 8400 5225
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High Road Auctions’ Fine Art & Selected Antiques Sale will be held on Tuesday 25th at 6pm and will feature an array of exceptional quality silver, fine art, ceramics, furniture and jewellery.

The sale features a private collection of fine Oriental works of art. Highlights include a 19th century Japanese silver wire cloisonné multi floral vase in the style of Hayashi Kodenji (Lot 80, est £300 – 500), an early 17th/18th century grey and black jade bowl (Lot 84, est £800 – 1,000) and a Han Period green lead glazed pottery granary (Lot 130, £400 – 600).

September’s sale also includes:

• a varied selection of fine art featuring Peter de Wint, Theophilus Clark, Alan Davie and James Rannie Swinton
• a collection of furniture from a private collection in Cheyne Walk including a mid 19th century walnut tall boy with mirrored front (est 1,500 -2,000) and a set of eight Chippendale style George III mahogany dining chairs (est £1,000 – 2,000)
• fine art from private member’s club, Home House, Portman Square
• a fine collection of silver
• a bronze bust by British sculptor Gilbert Bayes
• a beautiful collection of jewellery including emerald and pearl examples
• a selection of medals and militaria
• plus many other unique antiques and home furnishings as showcased in our regular sales.

Viewing will be held on the following dates:

Saturday 22nd September: 10am – 6pm
Sunday 23rd September: 10am – 6pm
Monday 24th September: 10am – 6pm
Tuesday 25th September: 10am – 6pm; Sale 6pm – 10pm

The full catalogue will be available online from Saturday 22nd September, here.

A sale preview catalogue will be available to view online a week before the sale.

High Road Auctions are now accepting items for this sale. Contact us for a free, no obligation valuation, seven days a week.

Now accepting:

• Silver
• Jewellery
• Furniture
• Porcelain
• Paintings
• Objects d'vertu
• and more!

Closing date for entries for the sale is Thursday 20th September.

The sale follows on from the success of the last Fine Art & Selected Antiques Sale held on 28th February. Star lots included an oil on canvas by Charles-Francois Daubigny of the Barbizon School which achieved £4,712 and a magnificent pair of early 19th century gilt and ebonised chinoiserie console tables which fetched £4,216.


September 11, 2012