JOHN MORAN AUCTIONEERS STARTS 2007 WITH A TWO-SESSION ANTIQUE AND ESTATE SALE HIGHLIGHTED BY A VERY Pasadena, CA – John Moran Auctioneers aims to top their record breaking 2006 auction season, and are well on their way with their January 30th, 2007 auction of fine antiques and estate items. This sal
ct. round-diamond solitaire ring from a private estate.
Prior to each of Moran’s fully catalogued Fine Antique and Estate Sales is their no-reserve Discovery Sale. This afternoon session features over 120 lots of fresh estate property available for bidding from the floor only. Among the highlights of this session are a Tiffany & Co. wave pattern pitcher and casters; a Cartier leather jewelry case; a George III mahogany dressing mirror; an antique English Imari porcelain tea service and several landscapes by listed California artists.
John Moran’s January 30th Fine Antique and Estate sale will be held at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA. Preview begins at 12 noon, with the afternoon “Discovery” session beginning at 4:00 pm and the fully catalogued evening session starting at 6:30 pm. Bidding is available in person, by phone and absentee and via the Internet through eBay Live Auctions/Live Auctioneers. A complete, fully illustrated catalog of the evening session is available online at www.johnmoran.com
For more information on the catalogued January 30th evening sale or the afternoon Discovery Sale, call (626) 793-1833 or visit www.johnmoran.com
Photo 1: Moran-Apache Olla 1.jpg: This Apache coiled olla is estimated to sell for $8,000 to $12,000. Photo 2: Moran-Apache Olla 2,jpg: This typical Apache coiled pictorial storage olla from the early 20th century measures 13” high and is estimated to bring $3,000 to $5,000.
Photo 3: Moran-Cochiti Olla.jpg: Coming from the Cochiti tribe of northern New Mexico this polychrome pottery storage olla crafted in the late 19th /early 20th century, is estimated to bring $8,000 to $10,000.
Photo 4: Moran-Forest Cabinet.jpg: This beautiful late 19th/early 20th century Louis XVI style mahogany side cabinet by Forest is estimated to bring $15,000 to $20,000.
Photo 5: Moran-MacMonnies.jpg: Of particular importance on the block will be the Frederick W. MacMonnies bronze Pan of Rohallion which is estimated to sell for $10,000 to $15,000.
Photo 6: Moran-Blanchard.jpg: Highlighting the European and American paintings section will be an oil on canvas by French artist Antoine Blanchard (1910 – 1988) entitled “Paris Blvd. De l’Opera” (Estimate $10,000 to $15,000).