March Curated Spring Fling Estate Auction

Lincoln Park, NJ – February 28 2022 – Willow Auction House is proud to present the March Curated Spring Fling Estate Auction.

Willow Auction House proudly presents its first curated auction of 2022. The March Curated Spring Fling Estate Auction will take place on March 10, 2022, at noon Eastern time. Absentee and internet live bidding will be available through March 10th.

Made up of more than 200 lots, the Spring Fling sale features everything from furniture to artwork, along with silver, rugs, decorative objects, and large selection of religious and ethnographic items, including pieces from the collection of Louis Pierre Ledoux.

The artwork in the sale includes not only paintings, but lithographs, photographs, mixed media pieces and sculptures as well. Among the highlights, two oils on canvas by Milt Kobayashi, three silver gelatin prints by Berenice Abbott, a conte crayon drawing from Donald Sultan, and several Keith Haring items.

There’s also lot 76, a large abstract by New York artist Stanley Boxer, titled Duskhurrahing, estimated $3,000-4,000; and Charles Levier’s Le Lilles Aux Fleurs, lot 79, estimated $2,000-3,000. Levier was prominent throughout the twentieth century, and the painting, an oil on canvas depicting two women on a busy street, is a wonderful example of his work.

The artwork isn’t limited to just pieces to hang on the wall though. Sculptures by Scott Hanson, Shlomo Gabbai and Bob Bennett are also up for auction.

Among the three pieces by Bennett in the sale is lot 153, the 16-inch-tall Carmel, estimated $1,500-2,500.

Beyond artwork, bidders will find a selection of decorative items, including lots 100 and 101, two large Meissen porcelain ewers, one depicting air and the other water, each estimated $2,000-3,000.

A Zsolnay vase designed by Friedrich Adler, lot 99, estimated $6,000-8,000. Made of eosin-glazed earthenware with gilt pewter mounts, the iridescent vase is one of only a few hundred pieces produced by the German metalwork factory Orion.

The auction also includes a selection of mid-century and Danish modern furniture, including pieces by Carl Hansen & Son, Arne Hovmand-Olsen, and Harvey Probber.

A Diplomat Series desk by Finn Juhl, lot 121, estimated $3,000-5,000, is another highlight. Bidders will also find an Akari floor lamp designed by Isamu Noguchi (lot 119, estimated $1,000-1,500).

Additionally, the Spring Fling features a large selection of oak furniture, including map cabinets, card catalogs and files, with plenty of drawers and doors in various sizes and configurations. There are also four Globe-Wernicke barrister bookcases, including one five stack and three six stacks. All four bookcases, lots 91-94, each estimated $600-800, have their original paper labels.

Lot 84, a mission oak gun cabinet, estimated $800-1,200 is another highlight.

Rounding out the sale are jewelry, silver, rugs, and a collection of ethnographic and religious items, including Qur’an folios, bronze buddhas and several Keris, lots 25-27, estimated $400-800.

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