to be sold include a good Regency Cellarette with paw feet, a pair of 19th century Delft lions, a Dutch marquetry settee, a matching pair of George III mahogany knife boxes, a fine French marble and gilt bronze mounted cassoulet and a Sevres bronze mounted console set. Additionally, an incised dragon vase by Martin Brothers and a French grand sonnerie carriage clock should find bidders.
Also of interest is a collection of musical instruments including a Collings SJ acoustic guitar, a Gibson J-60, as well as banjos and harmonics from the same collection. A Victorian specimen marble top table, a set of early Russian topographical plates, a Gustav Stickley highboy and a large collection of Lionel trains will be sold.
Fairfield Auction is located at 707 Main Street in Monroe, Connecticut. Gallery preview will run March 24th, 25th, 27th and 28th from 11am to 4pm each day. Additionally, there will be an opening reception Friday, March 24th from 5-7pm with refreshments. The gallery can be reached at (203) 880-5200 or online at www.fairfieldauction.com .