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MASS. AUCTIONEERS LICENSE # 2514

Upcoming Auction November 2021
(due to the ongoing public health crisis we have had to postpone our
next auction until then, please check here for any further updates)

Masonic Lodge 1101 Highland Ave.
(Rte. 95/128 Exit19B) Needham, Ma.
Auction Preview; 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Auction starts at 11:30 a.m.


For inquiries call Phyllis O'Leary at 617-734-3967
e-mail:orp3@comcast.net Fax: 617-739-4845

web www.olearyantiquesauctions.com

For Day of sale inquires (up until 10:30am) please call
617-285-7040 or 617-548-3427



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Terms: cash, approved check, MC/Visa
17.5% buyer's premium 2.5% discount for cash or good check
(Please see "Terms" page for complete terms)

Any mailed checks or bid forms must be sent to:
Phyllis O'Leary 16 Jamaica Rd. Brookline Mass 02445
(bid forms may also be emailed to orp3@comcast.net)

 
 

 

   
     
 

18kt Gold pendant with a swans head resting on a lapis disc 2"h x 1 3/16"w.  chain 14kt gold signed by Ilias Lalaounis. 14kt Wide bracelet watch Elgin approx. 55.8dwt. Ilias Lalaounis jeweler was an international recognized goldsmith. His designs were influenced by Greek History he was the only jeweler inducted into the Academie des Beau-Arts in 1990.

 

 
 


 

  “A Crafty Cat” Dutch early 19th Century; Oil on canvas 41 3/4” high x 35” wide (stretcher). This charming genre painting depicts a man straddling with one foot on a hearth, and a ladder over his shoulder, raising a broom to strike at a cat running to the right with a loop of sausage in it’s mouth. There are three other loops of sausage, a ham, and a teardrop shaped sausage hanging from the end of the man’s ladder. A woman looking on through an open door at right stand with her right index finger in the corner of her mouth. No signature is apparent. A printed paper label verso on the stretcher reads twice “212 (illegible) Bamberg.”  
 
 
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