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12/28/2017 5:00 PM

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Dec 7, 2017
PRESS RELEASE FOR OUR DECEMBER 31, 2017 SALE
William Jenack’s New Year’s Eve auction will tempt buyers for mid-century modern furnishings, sterli ......
 
Dec 3, 2017
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William Jenack’s auction of December 3, 2017 will feature an eclectic sale with something for everyo ......
 
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POST AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS FROM DECEMBER 3, 2017 SALE
William Jenack auction of December 3, 2017 saw artwork and jewelry as the top lots with many far exc ......
 
Nov 12, 2017
PRESS RELEASE FOR OUR NOVEMBER 12, 2017 SALE
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Nov 12, 2017
Post Auction Highlights from our November 12, 2017 Sale
 
William Jenack’s auction of November 12, 2017 gave the audience and the auctioneer several thrills as many lots far exceeded their high estimates.
With phone lines filled, absentee bids and two online bidding platforms running lot #14, an extraordinary Chinese carved and embroidered screen, flew past its high estimate of $2500.00 and finally sold to a floor bidder at $31,050.00!
Other lots that fared well were 3 Giorgio Morandi (Italy 1890-1964) engravings. Destined for a dumpster a construction worker noticed a fabric covered box which contained original drawings, old master sketches and prints spanning the 17th through the 20th century in which the Morandi’s were found. Each print signed, dated and numbered by the artist the first to sell was a landscape, #35/50 1932 at $4485.00; a bowl of fruit, #39/40 1927 at $5175.00 and a vase of flowers, #29/30 1929 at $4140.00. Dumpster diving can be lucrative!
A pair of Royal Crown Derby “Imari” sauce tureens with under plates, circa 1806-25, in extraordinary condition, hammered down to an internet buyer at $1380.00; an Eames “Compacta” style sofa bested its high estimate selling at $747.00; an oil on canvas, illustration for a magazine, by American artist C. Gager Phillips sold at $1035.00; a set of 6 Japanese porcelain plates with whimsical frogs sold at $287.00; an oil on canvas by Polish artist Aflred Lenica sold well at $920.00; a fine stained glass commemorative panel at $632.00; a Perthshire paperweight at $184.00; a group of 6 paperweights including Cape Cod Glass at $373.00; a group of 4 including Parabelle at $517.00 and even a piece of “brown furniture” a Limbert’s Arts & Crafts turtle top table at $632.00.

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Nov 12, 2017
EXTRAORDINARY CHINESE CARVED SCREEN WITH EMBROIDERED SILK (ESTIMATE $1800-$2500)
$27,000

Nov 12, 2017
75 C. GAGER PHILLIPS (AMERICAN 19/20TH CENTURY), OIL ON CANVAS, ILLUSTRATION (ESTIMATE $300-$500)
$900

Nov 12, 2017
GIORGIO MORANDI (ITALIAN 1890-1964), ENGRAVING, BOWL OF FRUIT, SIGNED 1927 #39/40 (ESTIMATE $1800-$2500)
$4,500

Nov 12, 2017
VINTAGE SATSUMA GILT DECORATED TEA SET (13), TAISHO. (ESTIMATE $100-$200)
$375

Nov 12, 2017
PAIR REED & BARTON "FRANCES I" STERLING WEIGHTED CANDLESTICKS. (ESTIMATE $100-$180)
$275