DoneMon, Jun 24, 2019 5:00 PM '
Beacon, NY, USA
Unreserved Multi Estate, Antiques to MCM
Hudson Valley Auctioneers LLC Beacon NYTOP RATED
Featuring partial contents of the Walden estate of Arlene Komyathy, a fine Ossining Southern family's collection, a Cornwall NY collection of a former West Point commander, an accumulation from a long successful jewelry and silver manufacturing family's estate in Riverdale and several others. Additional consignments from several long time associates and gallery offerings complete the offering of approximately 550 fresh to the market unreserved lots. Included are Chinese and Japanese items , several pieces of 17th through 19th century English oak furniture and a fine Dutch oil portrait on butterflied panel purchased in 1961 and attributed to Govaert (Govert) Flinck a student of Rembrandt should all attract attention, additional early religious oils, carved saints, santos, bronze angels, Grand Tour bronzes and Black Forest carvings as well as a rare coin op English 'Polyphon" disc machine with 17 additional discs in excellent condition, an inlaid Swiss music box with three bells and several musical instruments which will undoubtedly appeal to music lovers. Three tall clocks, including a Leslie and Price Philadelphia example and a late 19th century mahogany cased example from the estate of Grace G. Philips, a rare pair of Regency parcel gilt card table in exotic veneers, several hundred ounces of sterling hollowware and flatware and examples of Meissen, Rookwood, Lalique, Royal Worchester, Waterford, Stewart, and Venetian glass. Several pieces of authentic southern 19th walnut and butternut furniture including an unusual form armoire and other bedroom furniture, a heavily carved grape and lion parlor settee, mirrors, lighting, china and silver. Artwork includes a seascape attributed to James Buttersworth, a rare portrait of a young boy by Spanish artist Simo Gomez Polo, several Stanley Kubicki abstracts and from the gallery collection another group of large William MacDonough abstracts.