Around 950 lots in an array of categories will be sold online by Gordon S. Converse & Co., March 23 Around 950 lots in an array of categories – antique clocks, estate jewelry, Asian objects and furniture, sterling silver, fine art, tribal art and African objects – will be sold online March 23rd.
items will feature a platinum Swiss ladies’ dress wristwatch made by the Glycine Watch Company, including a special clasp and set with sapphires and diamonds (est. $2,500-$5,000); and a hunting cased ladies’ pendant watch in “Warranted Assay 14kt” gold, with a fully running stem-wind nickel-plated jeweled duplex escapement movement (est. $80-$120).
Sterling silver will include an assembled five-piece tea set (Philadelphia), with a 1 ½ pint teapot by Gorham (and sold by Bailey Banks and Biddle), a 1 ¾ pint chocolate pot, a two-pint teapot and warmer (sold by J.F. Caldwell) and a creamer and sugar, all with combined weights of over 81 troy oz. (est. $1,000-$1,250); and a fine and multi-sided Tiffany & Co. silver bowl, 2 ½ inches by 8 inches, marked 18165 and 5169 and weighing 16.85 troy oz. (est. $4,000-$1,000).
African objects will include a carved wooden statue, 10 ½ inches tall (est. $100-$200).
Gordon S. Converse & Company is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign a single item, an estate or a collection, you may call them directly, at (610) 722-9004; or, you can send an email to either Todd@ConverseClocks.com or Gordon@ConverseClocks.com.
Anyone interested in finding out what an antique item might be worth may do so by sending a photo of the item, along with a check for $50, to Gordon S. Converse & Co., Attn: Gordon S. Converse, 758 Mancill Rd., Wayne, PA 19087. To learn more about Gordon S. Converse & Co., and the March 23 auction, please log on to www.AuctionsAtConverse.com.