Neue Auctions will hold an online-only, 335-lot Fine Art & Luxury Decor auction on October 28th

Offered will be creations by Italian artist and designer Piero Fornasetti, pieces produced for furniture manufacturer Brueton, paintings by American Pueblo artist Pablita Velarde and more. Online bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
By: Neue Auctions
 
 
Oil on canvas sporting art by William J. Hays, Sr.
Oil on canvas sporting art by William J. Hays, Sr.
BEACHWOOD, Ohio - Oct. 13, 2023 - PRLog -- Wonderful creations by the Italian artist and designer Piero Fornasetti, pieces produced for the New York-based furniture manufacturer Brueton, paintings by American Pueblo artist Pablita Velarde and more will come up for bid in a Fine Art & Luxury Décor auction slated for Saturday, October 28th, by Neue Auctions, starting at 10 am Eastern time.

The 335-lot, online-only auction is packed with paintings, sculptures, Cleveland School, antique and luxury designer furniture and objects. The custom designer furnishings, all in pristine condition from local estates, will feature Dennis and Lean tables, Brunschwig & Fils furniture, Rose Tarlow, Minton Spidell, Patina Italia, Vladimir Kagan and others.

The pieces by Piero Fornasetti (Milan, Italy, 1913-1988), pulled from private collections, begins with lot #1, a pair of "Tema e Variazioni" covered vases, each baluster form tapering toward the base and each decorated with a variation based on the Italian opera singer Lina Cavalieri's face (est. $800-$1,200). The vases, 12 inches tall, are stamped and numbered.

A set of six Fornasetti "Rosoni" dishes, numbered 1-6 and printed in black and white, each with a different rosette and reserved on a gilt ground, 10 ¼ inches in diameter and having the original wire for wall hanging, should fetch $1,000-$2,000; and a set of six Fornasetti "Egocentrisimo" dishes, also numbered 1-6 and printed in black and white, each with a different graphic pattern on a white ground, 10 ¼ inches diameter with hanging wire, has an estimate of $800-$1,200.

A J. Wade Beam for Brueton "Zephyr" table with a cylindrical chromed steel offset column, 21 inches by 50 inches, is expected to change hands for $600-$1,000; while a Brueton chromed steel and granite "Anello" table with a circular black granite top raised on a chrome steel cylindrical base, 29 inches tall by 48 inches in diameter, should make $800-$1,200.

Four Brueton tubular chromed steel and leather armchairs, with square upholstered backs and seats on tubular chromed steel cantilevered bases, bearing Brueton tags, carries an estimate of $800-$1,200. Also, a Brueton tubular chromed steel mirror, having a pediment top enclosing a gilded sphere over a rectangular mirror plate, bearing the Brueton tag, should bring $400-$700.

Internet bidding will be facilitated by the platforms LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. To learn more about Neue Auctions and the online Fine Art & Luxury Décor auction slated for Saturday, October 28th, by Neue Auctions, starting promptly at 10 am Eastern time, please visit www.neueauctions.com.

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