CORDIER’S FALL AUCTION TO FEATURE NEWLY DISCOVERED PAINTING BY PAUL FEILER Cordier Auctions will hold their Fall Antique & Fine Art auction in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on November 10 and 11. Highlights of the sale include a painting by Paul Feiler (German/English, B. 1918).
Saturday’s session will conclude with porcelain and glass. Highlights among porcelain include a pair of signed Sevres covered urns (estimate $1,000 to $2,000) and a Rosenthal fine silver overlay vase (estimate $600 to $800). Numerous dinner services will be offered including Limoges, Mikasa, Lenox, Portmeirion, Haviland, Rosenthal, Royal Doulton and Spode. To complement the dinner sets will be crystal stemware including a 32 piece set of Lalique Phalsbourgh (estimate $1,000 to $2,000) and several lots of Hawkes Delft Diamond.
Sunday's session will include furniture and rugs, Asian arts, clocks, lighting. In addition to antique furniture, contemporary fine furniture will be represented by such names as Henkel Harris, Henredon, Kindel, Stickley and Councill Craftsmen. Of note are two lots of Kindel Winterthur Reproduction furniture including a pair of low boys (estimate $1,000 to $2,000) and a bombe chest (estimate $1,500 to $3,000). Of note among modern furniture is a pair of Barcelona chairs (estimate $2,000 to $3,000) and a pair of James Mont slipper chairs (estimate $600 to $800). Over 30 lots of Persian rugs will be offered, from room size to scatter, including an antique Turkish Ushak room size and a Persian Kashan room size.
Over 140 lots of Asian arts including a Chinese Qing Dynasty blue dragon robe. Couched with metallic gold threads of dragons amid clouds and auspicious symbols with a lishui border and sea wave design on the bottom hem, the robe is estimated $4,000 to $6,000. Other lots of note include a 20” Chinese ivory carving of Quan Yin (estimate $1,000 to $2,000) and an 18th century Chinese bronze Shakyamuni Buddha (estimate $500 to $1,000). Asian arts will also feature porcelain, cinnabar, jade, cloisonné, champlevé, and more.
Over 120 lots of fine art including paintings, bronzes, and prints. Cordier Auctions will be offering a newly discovered painting by artist Paul Feiler (German/English, B. 1918), a prominent member of the St. Ives School of art. Entitled “Cornish Landscape”, the painting is set to be a star lot of the sale with an estimate of $10,000 to $20,000. Also to be offered will be a wildlife painting of deer entitled “Early Morning” by well-known artist John Clymer (American, 1907-1989) (estimate $10,000 to $15,000). Other artists of note include John Tupa, Kay WalkingStick, Joshua Neustein, Annie M. Snyder, and many more. Among prints will be lots by Erte, Audubon, Dali, Peter Max, John Lennon and Anthony Quinn.
Sunday’s auction will conclude with clocks and lighting. Clocks will offer four tall cases including a Hershede 9 tube, an Isaac Thomas (Chester County) and a Morbier. A highlight among mantle clocks is an Ansonia Music & Poetry (estimate $800 to $1,200). Lighting will offer six chandeliers including three Baccarat Zenith, one 48 light (estimate $25,000 to $50,000) and two 12 light. Also of note is a pair of single-arm Argand lamps (estimate $800 to $1,000).
A full online catalogue of the two day auction is available by visiting www.CordierAntiques.com. Questions can be directed to Cordier