West Palm Beach, FL, USA, May 11, 2021 -- Auction Life will follow up a successful Whimsical Worldly Wonders Winter Auction in February with a two-day, two session auction slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18th and 19th. The May 18th session is titled Antiques, Oddities, Artifacts, Objects & Décor; the May 19th sale is titled Perfumemania, Miscentllaneous, Bottle & Factice.
The auction is mostly online, but with limited live seating available in the West Palm Beach area gallery (RSVP required). An exhibition period will be announced, and gallery previews will be appointment only, with COVID protocols in place. Online bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. Telephone and absentee (or left) bids will also be accepted.
“We’re trying something new for this follow-up to the February auction,” said Tarek Eljabaly, the owner of Auction Life. “After successfully featuring a few pieces from an estate in our previous sales, instead of their original intentions of hosting a local in-home estate sale, we were contracted to host a live virtual estate sale to be featured online.”
The Day 1, May 18th Antiques, Oddities, Artifacts, Objects & Décor session is loaded with over 400 lots of antiques, artifacts, art, collectibles, jewelry, sculptures, coins, furniture and décor.
Several items could conceivably walk away with top lot honors. One is a late 18th century Italian walnut table crafted in the 16th century style, 34 inches wide by 47 inches long and heavily carved all over with Renaissance stylized foliage and grotesques, a molded oblong top, and sphinx feet. The gorgeous table, which weighs 80 pounds, is expected to bring $6,000-$12,000.
A stunning 14kt white gold and diamond tennis necklace, 16 inches long and weighing 26.3 grams, should find a new owner for $5,000-$10,000 (the appraisal estimate is $12,850). The necklace boasts 119 round diamonds (the largest one measuring 4 millimeters) with a total weight of eight carats. The diamonds are prong set, with a locking closure and safety clasp.
An early 18th century oil on canvas religious painting by an unknown Mexican artist, titled Jesus’s Agony at the Gethsemane, was executed in the Chiaroscurism style and measures 38 inches tall by 34 ½ inches wide. Included are two letters, one in English and one in Spanish, each one describing the painting, which has been appraised at $5,000-$7,000 (est. $4,000-$8,000).
Start times are 4 pm Eastern for the May 18th session and 3 pm for May 19th. To schedule an appointment, or to RSVP for limited seating at the live venue in the West Palm Beach area, please call Auction Life at (561) 757-1551; or, send an email to email@example.com.
To learn more about Auction Life and the two-day, two-session auctions planned for May 18th an 19th, please visit www.AuctionLifeFlorida.com.
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