Collection of Gucci Canes from the Estate of Francesco Gittardi

Collection of Gucci Canes from the Estate of Francesco Gittardi

Sarasota Estate Auction

Date: September 13, 2020 at 11am

Preview Dates: By appointment only. Mon, September 7 – Saturday, September 12 from 10am- 4pm EST.

Sarasota, FL-Sarasota Estate Auction’s Fall Fine Art and Antiques Auction will include over 800 Lots. Featuring a highly important full-size portrait of George Gordon, the 2ND Marquess of Huntly (1592-1649) attributed to Sir Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641).  Also, artwork in the manner of Eugene Louis Boudin (1824 – 1898), artwork from L. Birge Harrison (1854-1929), Herman Pohle (1831-1901) figural German landscape, important oil on canvas by Irving Ramsey Wiles (1861-1948), Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) oil on New York Times newsprint, an important collection of Italian 17th, 18th and 19th C. Old Masters, Antique Large European battle scene, Salvadore Dali (1904-1989) and a large collection of art from a single consignor out of San Francisco, Calif.

Partial estate of artwork, Hollywood photographs, and fashion illustrations of  Shirley Booth (1898-1992) of North Chatham, Mass. A large collection of Vintage Fendi and Gucci bags, canes, never worn scarves, 63 ties, umbrellas from the living Estate of Francesco Gittardi, Director of Fendi International – Gucci – Hermes. Over 75 Lots of Estate Jewelry of Platinum, Gold, and Diamonds including a Tiffany and Company 18K Brooch. Monumental Pair of Chinese Cloisonne’ Imperial Censors, Collection of Antique Baccarat Chandeliers, and an Italian Venini Chandelier. Important lifetime collection of French Furniture from a gentlemen Doctor. Antique French Gilt Clock, Antique furniture, Silver, and much more.

This auction is guaranteed to increase the value of any collector’s portfolio.  Phone and absentee bids as well as bidding on LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, and Bidsquare.com, the-saleroom.com, and Epailive.com websites will be accepted.

AU#4555 AB#3375

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