News-Antique.com - May 14,2013 - May 13,2013 – Leonard Auction is pleased to announce their Antique and Estate Auction, which will take place in Addison, Illinois on Sunday, May 19, 2013. The auction features an eclectic array objects from across the globe, including Fine Art, Furniture, Sterling Silver, Gold Jewelry, Garden Décor and Musical Instruments.
The highlight of the auction is lot 717, a Steinway & Sons Model M Ebonized Baby Grand Piano estimated to sell between $4,000 and $6,000. The ebonized piano dates to 1926 and had graced the Park Ridge, Illinois home of a music teacher since the 1950s.
The auction features a collection of garden décor that is being sold just in time for summer. Consigned from a large Highland Park, Illinois estate the collection features: benches, statuary, planters and metalwork. The highlight of the collection is lot 155, a sandstone sculpture of “Diana the Huntress” that stands over seven feet tall with its base.
Jewelry and timepieces are well represented in the sale including lot 603, an Omega 18k gold wrist watch.
Additionally the auction features over forty-five lots of gold jewelry with prices estimated from $50 to $500.
There is large contingent of sterling silver in the auction. Flatware services include: lot 668 Gorham “Lyric”, lot 669 Reed & Barton “Rose Cascade” and lot 667 Gorham “Etruscan”. Additionally there are several lots of Turkish silver include three unique vases (lots 685-687).
The complete illustrated catalog for this auction can be found at LeonardAuction.com. Live, telephone, absentee, and internet bidding is available for this and every sale at Leonard Auction Live online bidding is offered at ProxiBid.com. Condition reports and shipping estimates are available upon request.
Leonard Auction is a premiere mid-market auction house in the Chicago area, holding live auctions every month. They are located at 1765 Cortland Court, Suite D, Addison, Illinois 60101. For more information please contact John Leonard at 630.495.0229, or by email at email@example.com.