Clocks, candelabra, centerpieces and bronze sculptures, all with French origins, will be sold in an upcoming Jasper52 auction, which has no reserves.
An early 19th century bronze and crystal mantel clock is off to a fast start. The antique timepiece stands 22 1/2 inches and has a $5,500-$7,000 estimate.
A French bronze and rouge marble centerpiece in the auction was previously purchased from Christie’s. It is 14 inches high by 9 inches deep and is also expected to sell for a $5,500-$7,000.
An 18th century French figural centerpiece measures 15 1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide by 5 inches deep. The bronze centerpiece depicts a woman balancing a crystal tray on her head. She is flanked by sheep and chickens. It carries a $3,500-$4,500 estimate.
A large pair of candelabra, 29 inches high by 18 1/2 inches high and having five lights each, is expected to reach $3,500-$4,500.
French sculptor Auguste Rodin is represented by a life-size bronze sculpture of a human hand. The bronze, signed on the bottom, is estimate at $500-$1,000.
Additional highlights in the 42-lot sale include of Royal Vienna porcelain plates, Lalique crystal vases, Japanese bronze vases, Chinese ceramics and Italian marble.