20/06/2016 Chiswick Curates
This week we play host to two fantastic Specialist sales.
On Tuesday 21st June, we start with a sale of Canes and Walking Sticks , followed by European Works of Art and Clocks which will be followed by the General sale.
The Canes and Walking Sticks sale starts at 11am. The private collection of walking sticks spanning several centuries and in a range of diverse designs, will be offered in a special two-part sale. The collection was amassed by British private collector Roy Moore, who dedicated two years to hunting down the very best examples of their kind, from Europe and the US.
The result is an eye-catching collection of more than 400 walking sticks, each individual, each with a very special element; be it an exquisite porcelain design, or one that contains an extending tape measure for measuring a horse, or one that doubles as a working flute.
If you can’t make it here in person, you can view the catalogue and bid online.
For more information contact William Rouse on 020 8992 4442 / email@example.com
The European Works of Art and Clocks sale including the Charles Avery Collection will start at 2.30pm on Tuesday 21st June.
The sale will also include a collection of Renaissance and later European sculpture from the collection of Dr Charles Avery.
Charles Avery is an eminent Art Historian specialising in European sculpture. The colelciton features items ranging from Italian Renaissance statuettes, plaquettes and medals, to a Zoffoli bronze of the Apollino, a marble relief after Giambologna’s Venus and a Dolphin ascribed to Nollekens, and on through to the 20th century British sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi’s Cubist Elephant in injection-moulded plastic.
Amongst the exciting clock lots available will be a Rare Third Quarter 19th Century French Gilt Bronze, Silvered and Enamelled Figural Clock by Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), Louis Constant Seven (1821-1888) and Desire Attarge (1820-1878), Paris.
Tuesday 21st June – Walking Sticks (Special Sale) followed European Works of Art and Clocks followed by the General sale
Tuesday 28th June – Jewellery and Watches followed by Ceramics and Glass followed by the General sale
Tuesday 5th July – Medals and Militaria followed by Rugs followed by the General sale
Tuesday 12th July - Designer Handbags and Fashion followed by the General sale
Wednesday 13th July - Musical Instruments