CT gallery auctioning New England estate art and jewelry


Nadeau’s Auction Gallery, a Windsor-based auction house, kicks off its spring season with an upcoming auction featuring a range of antique relics, rare works of art and other valuable items such as watches and rings.

According to a press release, over 600 different lots will be available during the auction, all from a range of New England Estates.

“We are thrilled to present this early spring sale, which spotlights many of our signature categories, including Asian art, fine art and high-end, century-spanning furniture,” said Eddie Nadeau, president of Nadeau’s Auction Gallery, in a press release.

Outstanding items include artworks by the 18th-century Italian artist Pietro Antonio Novelli, a classic 19th-century girandole mirror carved in giltwood, and a 1733 bound antiquarian book listing “ancient accounts of India and China to be described in detail by two Mohammedan travelers who went to this area in the 9th century.”

One of the most expensive items in the auction is a diamond and amethyst engagement ring, which is estimated to sell for between $15,000 and $25,000. The two-piece ring features a 3.4 carat pear-shaped diamond and a band of two pear-shaped amethysts.

The auction, which starts on April 30th, offers prospective buyers preview hours from April 28th.


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