ON THE AUCTION BLOCK
Three Day Auction
October 19, 20 and 21 • Beginning at 11:00 a.m. each day
Location: Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery • 5180 Peachtree Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30341
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Luxury Estates and Private Collections at Auction
Featuring fine furnishings, chandeliers, sculptures, and Persian rugs from two luxury Atlanta, Georgia estates; private art collections from
Austin, Texas and Palm Beach, Florida including works by Granville Perkins, Louis Aston Knight, Maximillien Luce, Helmut Reuter,
Joaquin Miro, George Vuillard, and James Hardy III; a private collection of rare antiquities; a private American collection of early 20th
century Chinese furniture, jade and porcelains; a circa 1920 Gaveau Paris rosewood baby grand piano; patinated bronze sculptures from an
Atlanta estate; a Brunswick style mahogany front and back bar 300 feet in length; plus rare and fun collectibles including original vintage
posters, model ships, a private collection of Franklin Mint die cast collector model cars, and much more!
Louis XVI style marquetry inlaid bronze mounted
commode, of burl and satinwood with rouge
marble top. 35”h x 52”w
Joaquín Miró (Spanish, 1849-1914), signed O/c titled ‘Temple Scene with Maidens,’ circa 1880, 24.5”h x 29.25”w.
19th c. Venetian Rococo paint decorated canape
in velvet damask, 48”h x 70”w
Pair of early 20th c. patinated bronze
medieval knights on stands, 58”h
Early 20th c. Napoleon III style pietra dura inlaid cabinet in the Manner of Mathieu Befort (Befort Jeune) (French, 1813-1880), inlaid with exotic marbles an
Gaveau Paris Model 2 rosewood baby grand piano with bench, circa 1920, serial #65034; 56”w x 60”l.
Continental pietra dura and bronze center table, the rectangular black marble top inlaid with a variety of exotic marbles and semi-precious stones, all rising on patinated bronze winged gryphon term figures, 34.5”h x 71”l x 39.5”w.
19th c. gilt bronze and crystal 36-light chandelier, 40”h x 38”dia.
19th c. boulle inlaid settee with damask
upholstery, 52.5”h x 79”l.
Pair of early 20th c. Chinese carved and ebonized armchairs, 40”h x 27”w.
Chinese Han Dynasty stoneware zodiac Hu jar, acquired by the current owner from Sotheby’s, 8”h.
Pair of early Republic Period Rose Canton lidded porcelain urns, 14.5”h.
Maximilien Luce (French, 1858-1941), signed O/c titled ‘Bathers’, 17”h x 21”w
Helmut Reuter (German, 1913-1985), signed O/c boats at shore, 28.5”h x 36”w
Granville Perkins (American, 1830-1895), signed O/c titled “Niagara by Moonlight”, 30”h x 42”w.
Monumental 20th c. model of the three-masted clipper ship ‘Thermopylae’, 145.5”h x 121”l.
Brunswick style triple arch mahogany front and back bar, 138”h x 300”l.
Luristan bronze standard finial, with Master of Beasts motif, 1200-800 BC, 14.5”h.
Pre-Columbian mating frogs stirrup vessel, Chimu, 1100-1470 AD, 8”h.
Syro-Hittite clay figure of a goddess, circa 2800-1500 BC, 7.5”h.
Neoclassical style patinated bronze fountain with winged caryatids, 78”h x 43”w x 17”d.
Patinated bronze sculpture depicting two children sitting on an articulated swing, 63”h x 44”w x 32”d.
Patinated bronze mermaid fountain, after Claude Michel, called Clodion (French, 1738-1814), 57”h x 39”dia.