David Hockney takes the lead at La Belle Epoque Auction House's Multi-Estates-Auction
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David Hockney takes the lead at La Belle Epoque Auction House's Multi-Estates-Auction
David Hockney signed lithograph Four Flowers in a Still Life. Sold for $20,480.

NEW YORK, NY.- New York City’s newest full-service boutique auction house La Belle Epoque Auction, on August 13th, enjoyed its first new auction after temporarily shutting down since suffering extreme water damage in the spring of this year.

A David Hockney signed lithograph took the lead in the sale, along with fine silver and other artwork. The live online-only Multi-Estates Summer auction featured over 300 lots with a varied selection of fine art, decorative items, furniture, Mid Century Modern pieces and silver.

The David Hockney signed lithograph,“Four Flowers in a Still Life" signed, dated and numbered 6/50 circa 1990, floating on a rag mat with eight ply opening gold leaf molded frame. Approx sight size 27" x 38". Approx overall size 35" x 46, sold to a collector in the U.K. for $20,480, making it the top seller of the day.

While in the silver arena, a set of Kirk Sterling Silver flatware Approx 127ozt 102 pcs. sold for $2300, another Sterling Silbverflatware set, approx 99 ozt 102 pcs. went for $1920 and a Russian silver and gold cigarette case 19th century, sold for $385.

Additional fine art included a Charles E Porter (American 1847-1923) early 20th century Floral oil on canvas still life, framed in a gilt molded frame. Approx site size 16" x 19", Approx overall 23" x 26" overall. Framed, which sold for $1920, a Cuzco School oil on canvas, depicting allegorical scene with multiple figures, now in a gilt wood frame approx 33 x 41, 42 x 50 overall Dimensions 50" x 42", went for $768 and another Cuzco School painting, a polychrome South American oil on canvas depicting Jesus and Mary and other figures now in a giltwood molded frame. Approx 31 x 37 overall, sold for $640.

Desirable Decorative items were also featured, with an Ansonia Gilt metal chiming figural mantle clock, raised on a footed base, the round movement with winding holes and adorsed female figural mounts. The clock is flanked by two gilt metal figures of crusaders. Approx. 22" x 21" x 7", selling for $768, a Bagues style ballooning fixture six-light chandelier. Dimensions 25" H X 22" W. going for $512 and a Tiffany Favrile gold art glass bud vase, Early 20th century, signed and numbered 8235. Approx 6" h. selling for $544.

While in jewelry, a stunning 14K Rose gold diamond Art Deco ladies Lucien Picard manual wind bracelet wrist watch. USA 1940’s, sold for $640.

Renovations on their 5,000 square-foot auction gallery are scheduled to be complete in late September, after which La Belle Epoque Auction House will once again present auctions on a regular basis, featuring multiple estate auctions and single-owner specialized auctions.

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