Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present Decorative Arts and Wildlife Art in a two-part estate sale. Offering 210 lots, the sale features a diverse range of items, mostly from two estates. Among the 163 lots in Part I, the Cornish Estate of Decorative Arts, are artworks from the 18th-20th centuries, including paintings, watercolors, drypoint, prints and lithographs; tableware from Quimper and Herend; silverplate decorative items; Royal Doulton, Rosenthal and Staffordshire figurines; a large selection of Limoges pill boxes; copper and brass vessels; Jim Beam golf tournament commemorative bottles; sterling silver bowls, flatware and punch bowl; and several sculptures of foxes. Highlights include a large number of Lalique items, such a large rooster, Versailles and other vases, statuettes and figures, perfume bottles, bowls and more. From China are Blanc de Chine vases, carvings, ginger jars and porcelain pots; from Japan are porcelain lions and screens.
Part II, the Dr. Richard Brumund Collection of Wildlife Art, offers wildlife artworks, including oil paintings, lithographs, prints and sculpture from well-known artists such Lee LeBlanc, Peter Markham Scott, David Chapple and Edward DuRose.