Last Major Studio Collection of Herter Brothers Work at Bonhams NY The final pieces from Warner Bros. collection of iconic Herter Brothers works will be offered on May 5th as part of a two day sale of American and European F&D taking place at Bonhams NY.
of $10,000-15,000. The bronze originally rested on a walnut pedestal which is also to be offered. Created by John Easton in San Francisco for Thurlow Lodge in 1873, the pedestal is mounted with four Barbedienne patinated bronze relief panels depicting Classical water carriers. This rare pedestal is estimated at $10,000-15,000.
“Warner Bros. Studios has been an extraordinary caretaker of this historic property for over sixty-six years;” states Director of Bonhams New York, Jon King. “We are extremely pleased to offer yet another excellent group of iconic Herter Brothers pieces and related works.”
The May 5th sale is also highlighted by a fine and rare set of twenty-four George II silver dinner plates by Paul Crespin (London, 1744) and the 204 lot Sanford Kellman collection consisting of English and French dressing cases, table boxes, tea caddies, liqueur cases, silver, brass, snuff mulls, and various types of objets de vertu dating from the 18th to early 20th century.
The second day of the sales, May 6th, is devoted to the Severin Wunderman Collection of furniture, decorative arts, silver, prints and paintings.
For more information or to purchase or view the illustrated auction catalogs visit www.bonhams.com/us.