|Estimate||60,000.00 - 90,000.00 USD|
|Lead||VINTAGE PLATINUM AND 5 CARAT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE|
RING, the bezel-set round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 5.09 cts, clarity VVS-2, color I, setting marked to interior of shank "1596 IRID PLAT JB" along with an engraved name. Total weight: 17.1 dwt. Reserve. With 2016 retail value appraisal of $202,987.00. First half 20th century. Approximately 7 ring size.
Excellent condition, some minor wear to platinum.
Provenance: Property of Virginia lady. Descended from Mrs. Fortunetta S. Lees, Chicago, IL (Documented in a 1955 insurance policy).
|Name||April 29, 2017: Spring Fine & Decorative Arts Auction|
|Auctioneer||Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates|
|Type||Internet Absentee Bidding|
|Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 9:30 am ET|
|Location||2177 Green Valley Lane
MT Crawford, VA 22841
|Buyer Premium||A Buyer's Premium may be added to this bid if it is successful.|
Featured the collection of the late Winslow Anderson (1917-2007) of Milton, WV, being sold to benefit the Huntington Museum of Art. Anderson was an important designer at Blenko Glass (1947-1953) and Lenox China (1953-1980). He also studied painting and drawing with Hans Hofmann and other influential American artists. This auction will include a large selection of Anderson's artwork as well as works he collected in Latin America, many examples of his Blenko and Lenox designs, both prototype and commercial pieces, plus more. Much of the Anderson material was the focus of several museum exhibitions.
Select consignors in the sale included Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC; Dorothy Claypool, Alexandria, VA; Virginia Baskett Leach and the late Maurice Derby Leach, Jr., Lexington, VA; C. Richmond and the late Janet J. Gough, Newburg, MD; Carol and the late Jean-Ped Ahrens, Lake Frederick, VA; the estate of Alyce Bohannon, Winchester, VA; additional private collections from Connecticut, Maryland, and Tennessee; property deaccessioned from a Virginia institution to benefit the collections and acquisitions funds; plus others. Featuring English and European furniture and accessories; paintings, prints, and statuary; Asian material of all types; Arts & Crafts and art pottery; fine silver and jewelry; 18th & 19th century porcelain; art and studio glass; &c.
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|Bid Amount||Bid Increment|
|0.00 - 190.00||10.00 USD|
|190.01 - 475.00||25.00 USD|
|475.01 - 950.00||50.00 USD|
|950.01 - 2,900.00||100.00 USD|
|2,900.01 - 4,750.00||250.00 USD|
|4,750.01 - 9,500.00||500.00 USD|
|9,500.01 - 29,000.00||1,000.00 USD|
|29,000.01 - 47,500.00||2,500.00 USD|
|47,500.01 - 95,000.00||5,000.00 USD|
|95,000.01 - 240,000.00||10,000.00 USD|
|240,000.01 - 475,000.00||25,000.00 USD|
|475,000.01 - 950,000.00||50,000.00 USD|
|950,000.01 - 9,999,999.99||123.45 USD|
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