Special estate sale in New York with Scandinavian antiques

Estate sale in Pawling, New York, offers unique collection of furniture, art and accessories with a connection to Scandinavia




Thursday June 7th, Friday June 8th and Saturday June 9th

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Historic Dutchess County Residence of the late Dr. and  Mrs. Norman Vincent  Peale

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A collection of furniture, art and accessories reflecting American, Continental and Eastern influences from the 18th to 20th century.  Of particular note, Scandinavian, mainly Norwegian, furniture and artifacts acquired from the previous resident and widow of Charles Ulrich Bay, United States Ambassador to Norway 1946-1953.

The contents (recently returned from storage after house refurbishment) include: painted marriage cupboards dated 1818 and 1842, painted lift-top chests, 18th century Norwegian armchairs and set side chairs, Swedish Rococo gold/white painted chairs, commode/chest and secretary, 18th century Scandanavian oak bureau bookcase, rosemalled side tables, Victorian settees, side tables, chairs, inlaid center table, late Georgian mahogany breakfront bookcase, early grain-painted cradle, gungstol, 20th century bedroom sets, mirrors, inlaid tantalus, brass brazier, Swedish crystal sconces and candelabra, 18-light crystal chandelier 19thc, lamps- porcelain, crystal, bronze, firetools and screens, famille verte lavabo, clocks, porcelains-Royal Copenhagen, Kahla, Staffordshire, Delft, Meissen, Dresden, Chinese export, important mid-19th century gold/white Rococo Austrian porcelain service incised TK, crystal and glassware-Steuben “American Flag”, Sabino bowl, Lalique, Moser, Brilliant Cut, Blenko, Imperial Cape Cod(dozens), EAPG collection, pewter, silver plate-trays, baskets, rolled domes, urns, serving dishes, books and bookends, STERLING-Tiffany, Georg Jensen, Gorham, Whiting-dishes, trays, serving pieces and accessories, figurines, some jewelry, vintage clothing, cameras, much travel memorabilia, 1930’s Hartmann wardrobe- steamer, Karadje runners, small Bokhara Tekke  rug, linens-bridge to banquet cloths and MORE much suitable for large scale entertaining.

ART: Oil paintings by Mary Peale, Frank M. Moore, Charles Levier, JJ Hollenbeck, fine folioengravings of 19th century landscapes of Norway, collection 19th century historical costume prints, Rockwell Kent lithograph, Howard Pyle pen drawing, Frits Thaulow watercolor study, Maurice Day watercolor, large collection framed photographs 1930-1950 Miami yachts, Norway sailing regattas, Laura Gilpin photograph and MORE.


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