Antiques & The Arts Weekly: Abell Auction Co. Plans Diverse Sale On Oct. 18 | Abell Auction Company

Antiques & The Arts Weekly: Abell Auction Co. Plans Diverse Sale On Oct. 18

Auction Co. will conduct an
auction on Sunday, October 18,
at 10 am PDT. The sale features
property from prominent California
estates and will be highlighted
by a collection of Sam
Maloof furniture, being sold on
behalf of the Huntington Museum.
Funds will benefit art
acquisitions at the Huntington
Library, Art Museum and
Botanical Gardens in Lynn Altman’s
honor. The Maloof collection
includes a set of 12 dining
chairs, a walnut dining table, a
club chair and ottoman, a walnut
pedestal table, a pair of
walnut end tables, a walnut
game table and a walnut threepiece
Fine art in the auction
includes paintings, drawings
and sculptures signed Charles
Arthur (Chuck) Arnoldi;
Emrique Grau Araujo; Michele
Cascella; Edouard Cortes;
Joesph Csaky; Peter Ellenshaw;
Jean-Louis Gregoire;
Frank Tenney Johnson; Eduardo
Kingman; Louis Aston
Knight; Greg Miller; Paul
Mount; Tom Dale Palmore;
Hanson Puthuff; Pierre-
Auguste Renoir and Richard
Guino; Sueo Sersawa; Nicola
Simbari; Herbart Ward; Andy
Warhol and many others.
Modern and contemporary
prints and multiples include
works signed Richard Diebenkorn;
David Hockney; Ellsworth
Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein;
Henri Matisse; Robert Motherwell;
Claes Oldenburg; Frank
Romero, Ed Ruscha; Andy Warhol;
Charles White and others.
Jewelry includes a collection
of Art Deco pieces; a David
Webb 18K yellow gold and diamond
cuff bracelet; a Bulgari
18K yellow gold woven bracelet;
Jaeger-LeCoultre 18K white
gold, diamond and sapphire
watch; Chopard 18K gold and
diamond “Happy Diamonds”
watch; platinum, 18K yellow
gold and diamond ring (5.76
carats, J/VS2); a 14K yellow
gold and diamond ring (4.30
carats, K/VS2); an Art Decostyle
18K gold, diamond and
synthetic sapphire ring (2.03
carats, F/VS2); Marina B style
18K yellow gold, sapphire and
diamond necklace and more.
A 2007 Rolls Royce Phantom
will also highlight the auction.
Antique and modern furniture
includes a Guy de Rougemont
brass cloud-form coffee
table, made famous by French
designer Henri Samuel; Louis
Majorelle salon suite; Steinway
& Sons mahogany grand piano;
a pair of George II carved wood
eagle consoles in the manner of
William Kent; Walter Lamb for
Brown Jordan patio table and
chairs; French ormolu-mounted
and lapis lazuli salon table; and
Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Century European furnishings.
Decorative arts include a
large acrylic sphere signed
Vasa Velizar Mihich; Tiffany
Studios Lily table lamp; House
of Faberge malachite and gilt
sterling coach egg; pair of
Lalique swans; large Herend
“Rothschild Bird” dinner service;
Flora Danica porcelain;
Murano glass signed Pino
Signoretto and Elio Raffaeli; a
Chinese coromandel 12-panel
screen; sterling flatware services
by Georg Jensen and Buccellati;
a Black, Starr & Frost
sterling tea and coffee service
and more.
The Abell gallery is at 2613
Yates Avenue. For more information, or 800-