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November 2nd Auction: Antique Decor, Lighting and Fine Arts

This November 2nd, Renew Gallery will be presenting its largest catalog to date, sourced from a private collection accumulated over 40 years. The collection includes a wealth of rare original lighting fixtures, stained glass, bronze sculptures, sterling silver, ceramics, numismatics and much more. Some notable names featured in this auction will be F.B. Mathews, Paul Wayland Bartlett, Louis Comfort Tiffany, John La Farge, Daum Nancy, Sevre, Antoine Durrene, Maxa Nordau, Nicolaas Steffelaar, and Louis Muhlstock. To follow our auction click on one the following links below: https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/151207_antique-decor-lighting-and-fine-arts/ https://www.invaluable.com/catalog/ss3n837epp You can also click on the pictures below to be taken to that specific lot in our auction: ... Read more

August 17th Antique Lighting and Decorative Arts Auction

Renew Gallery will be bringing to the public a wealth of beautifully restored and rewired antique lights, as well as an exciting range of unique collectibles, important fine art, and valuable decorative pieces from well known makers. Some of our featured items will be a gorgeous leaded caramel slag glass bowl fixture from turn-of-the-century New York, a Daum Nancy cameo art glass vase depicting a multi-layered serene autumn landscape, and a large and well executed bronze Bacchus by Paul Wayland Bartlett. To register on either LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable, visit the links below. The auction will go live August 17th at 11 am PST. https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/146182_antique-lighting-and-decorative-arts/ https://www.invaluable.com/catalog/5h3see6kx8   ... Read more

June 15th Decorative and Fine Arts Auction

June 15th at 10 am PST, Renew Gallery will be proudly hosting its second auction of the year. This collection includes a large variety of highly valuable and unique paintings, such as the works of Theo Tobiasse, Leonard James Gibbs, Richard Audley Freeman, and Jerry Barrett. Also presented will be a great number of numismatic materials, such as a very rare set of 1972 Munchen Olympics commemorative gold coins. Furthermore, there will be an 1830s coral carving with an unrivalled level of intricacy for its dimensions, as well as a number of other very well executed stained glass windows, ceramics, bronze sculptures, light fixtures, collectibles and much, much more.   To register on either LiveAuctioneers or ... Read more
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