LARCHMONT, NY, March 25, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- On Sunday, March 27th at 12:00 Noon
, Clarke Auction will sell 400+ lots drawn from estates in Larchmont, Bronxville, Scarsdale, Fifth Avenue, Tuckahoe, Hunterdon County, Greenwich CT, Rye, and Fort Lee.
Americana, Civil War and Medical Antiques
Fresh from a Hastings home are two large antique Cigar Store Indians, one a princess.
In addition, Clarke is selling a collection of Civil War militaria
consigned by a direct descendant of the original owner, Captain John H Budke. Budke was born in Germany in 1824 and emigrated to America in 1844, establishing successful New York businesses. According to family history, Budke raised a unit of German-American militia for New York and was mobilized as part of the Third Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War. Budke was an officer during the infamous Draft Riots of 1863 and was brevetted a Colonel and died in Brooklyn NY in 1896. Included in the March 27th auction are Budke's presentation saber, his service saber and his original militia sword, his epaulets in their original tin case, and early Colt and Whitney revolvers.
From a local surgeon, a collection of antique and vintage medical tools
including a Confederate surgeon's kit and numerous other examples. This sale also features an early saleman's display of Lederle Labs drugs and also apothecary jars.
Of special interest is a collection of colorful oils in the style of Matisse by the late Martin Eichtersheimer
of New York, the Hamptons, and Monhegan Island. Eichtensheimer's fine art studies were interrupted by his four year service in Europe during World World Two. He returned to the United States and founded his own graphic arts company in Manhattan. Eichtersheimer knew Andy Warhol well - Warhol was among the artists that he commissioned for commercial work in the 1950's. A highlight of this auction is a dramatic c.1935 self-portrait of the young Eichtersheimer.
Other fine art includes 19th Century portraits
by William Beechey and R. Cosway; a possible Thomas Sully portrait, works by Archibald Kay, Alfred Vickers, John Costigan, A.F. Bellows, Dorothy van Houten, Albert de Rome, Hans Moller, John Hare, Trevor James, Marguerite Kirmse; Kim Foon, Sadao Watanabe; Raphael and Moses Soyer, Moshe Gat, and Lewin Alcopley.
In addition, a large group of signed bronzes and stainless steel sculpture
in this sale features works by Dorothy Cooper of Castor-Cooper; tradtional bronzes by Ezio Ceccarelli, A. Barsotti, A. Pohl and Erte; and Midcentury Modern pieces by Mario Nardin and Roberto Estopinan.
is highlighted by pieces from the Laverne brothers, Hans Wenger, Charles Eames, and Karl Springer.
the aforementioned Italian chest, numerous examples of French marble-topped and gilt bronze pieces, and English and American 19th C. examples.
a Tiffany gold bracelet with stones, an 18k woman's gold watch and band, an Omega 18k men's watch, a 3.76 carat Diamond Cross in 18K Gold Setting, an large unmarked gold ring with a immense emerald-toned stone, and a Southwest Indian silver and turquoise collection.
such as numerous Murano examples including mirrors, vases, and centerpieces; gilt-bronze sconces; Meissen, mahogany putti brackets, fish plates, Sevres plaques, Crown Deby Imari, and numerous examples of Asian porcelain and metalwork will be featured in this sale. In addition, an old and highly decorative large decorative mosaic of St Patrick
is also being sold on March 27th.
Previews onsite are Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26th, 12 Noon to 6:00 pm. The auction will take place on Sunday, March 27th, beginning at 12:00 Noon. Full catalogue at www.ClarkeNY.com.
Clarke Auction of Larchmont, Westchester's Premier Auction, conducts monthly catalogued sales featuring distinctive fine and decorative arts, antiques, exceptional furniture, oriental rugs, sterling silver and midcentury modern. For further information, please contact us at (914)833-8336 or email@example.com