RAGO’S HOLDS NO RESERVE DISCOVERY AUCTION ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 WITH OVER 1000 LOTS OF ART, FURNI Lambertville, NJ: Rago’s invites you to take part in its Thursday, September 1st Discovery Auction, beginning at 9 a.m., where all of the items are wholly unreserved and the high bid – no matter how l
$400-600; lot 705, a Maxfield Parrish chromolithograph entitled “Day Break”, $200-300; lot 487, an untitled lithograph by Paul Jenkins, $300-500; lot 488, After Victor Vaserely lithograph in colors, $400-600.
Loft-style furnishings from NY and Philadelphia consignors
Easily furnish an apartment with this great selection of cool looks at affordable prices: lot 524, four leather Donghia barstools, $700-900; lot 14, Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra Eiffel tower set of five chairs, $600-800; lot 300, Eero Saarinan for Knoll tulip dining table, $1,500-2,500; lot 618, Frighetto DDC custom credenza, great with the frosted glass top, $2,000-3,000; lots 615, 616 and 617, Verner Panton for Fritz Hansen System 1-2-3 lounge chairs, wonderful and wacky, each estimated at $800-1,000; lots 623 and 624 are Roger & Goffignon matched linen sofas in the style of Christian Liagre for a fraction of the price, estimated at $1,500-2,500 each; lot 622, a Christian Liagre for Holly Hunt side table, $700-900; lot 627, Desiron media console, $1,500-2,000; lot 628, Desiron dining table, $1,000-1,500; lot 540, Leolux chaise, $700-900; lots 295-298 are Blenko glass in great colors with great scale, estimates ranging from $200-700; lot 613, a Paul Mayen for Habitat table lamp, $300-500; lot 635, Shiro Kuramata “Sing Sing” chair, $300-500; lot 468, Tobias & Afra Scarpa dining table, $800-1,200; lots 607 and 608, Karim Rashid for George Kovacs lighting fixtures, estimated at $1,200-1,800 and $250-350.
Interesting collector’s items and period pieces.
Consider the unexpected. Consistency has its limits: lot 661, Windsor writing arm chair, $500-700; lot 643, copper apple butter kettle, $200-300; lot 684, 19th Century NCO sword, model M1840 by Ames Mfg. Co., 1865, $200-300; lot 681, an early 20th C. barber pole of turned wood with remnants of painted finish, which would serve as a nice sculptural piece, $300-500; lot 694, a group of six ink pens in sterling and mother-of-pearl, $150-250; lot 884, Jugendstil silver plate dinner gong, $150-250; lot 858, Reed and Barton silver plate tea service, $600-800; lot 852, German sterling silver basket pierced and decorated in repousse, $300-500; lot 674, a pair of Yankee stadium seats, $800-1,200; lot 682, Banjo & mandolin, $200-300; lot 844, Northeast Native American basket, $200-300; lot 641, Sea Dragon architectural casting for the garden, $200-400; lot 637, pair of Adirondack chairs in cedar with broad arms and single-plank back, $500-700.
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Since 1994, Rago's has served thousands of sellers and buyers with a singular blend of global reach and personal service. Originally specialists in 20th century design, today Rago's expertise covers centuries of fine art, decorative arts, furnishings, jewelry and ethnographic property. It is a world-class venue through which to buy and sell. It is also a destination for those who seek to learn and share knowledge about art, antiques and collecting, offering free valuations for personal property (from a single piece to collections and estates), appraisals