Everything Goes at the Rago Unreserved Auction, Saturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13 Lambertville, NJ: Rago Auctions is holding a 1400+ lot Unreserved Auction over two days, Saturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 11 a.m. All of the lots are unreserved, meaning that the h
of Lloyd Wescott by George Platt Lynes, estimated at $300-500; lot 925, three digital prints by Michael Light, Full Moon Project, estimated at $500-700; lot 1069, a modernist patinated bronze and copper sculpture, estimated at $200-300; lot 1250, a lithograph by Joan Miro, "The Universe," estimated at $300-500; lot 1249, a Pablo Picasso screenprint on silk of a woman, estimated at $200-300; lot 1253, a lithograph by Alexander Calder, "Humanite," estimated at $300-500.
Small, Decorative Objects
Glass by Venini, Seguso Viro, Murano, Barovier, Bullicante, Carlo Moretti, Cenedese, David Leppla, Dominick Labino, Ercole Barovier, Erickson, Formia, Holmgaard, J. Byron, Jan Falta, Livio Seguso, Luigi Onesto, Mario Badioli, Laura De Santillana, Erickson, Stephen Dee Edwards, Alvar Aalto for Karhula-Iittala and more. Featured lots include: 672, a Formia cased glass vase, estimated at $250-450; Italian glass, including lot 892, a candelabra by Venini (Attr.), estimated at $800-1,000; lot 898, a cased glass vase by Luigi Onesto, estimated at $700-900; lot 1198, a studio glass bowl by J. Byron, estimated at $300-500; and lot 1331, an iridescent glass bowl by Bertil Vallien for Kosta Boda, estimated at $400-600.
Contemporary art pottery by Beatrice Wood, Scheier, Ken Ferguson, Karen Karnes, Rose Cabat, Vivika and Otto Heino, Wayne Higby, Lea Halpern, Bauer, Cliff Lee, Philip Garnick, Kirk Mangus, Jolyon Hofsted, Thomas Hoadley, Piero Fornasetti, Roger Capron, Benjamin Moore, Gunnar Nylund and more. Featured is lot 726 a tea bowl by Beatrice Wood, estimated at $500-700; and lot 726a, a flaring bowl by Scheier, estimated at $200-300
Decorative Accessories include a pair of rare silver-plated cordials by Elsa Tennhardt; Lucite bowls, candlesticks and trays; coasters and accessories by Piero Fornasetti; a pair of rosewood salt shakers and a pepper grinder by Bob Stocksdale; clocks by Gino Valle for Solari & Co. and George Nelson for Howard Miller; a fire tool set by Donald Deskey and much more. Featured, is lot 867, Adam and Eve coaster sets by Piero Fornasetti, estimated at $250-350; lot 1077, acrylic “Lips” by Shlomi Haziza, estimated at $200-300; and lot 1130, a ball clock by George Nelson for Howard Miller, estimated at $300-500.
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