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Melbourne Home Contents Auction

Melbourne Sunday May 27

Auction11.30am
Preview9.30am
VenueHawthorn East, 18 Bluff Street, Hawthorn East

HOME SOLD – DUE TO THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY

Outstanding Family Home Situated Within the Coveted  Cato Estate

Under instructions from the vendors due to the recent sale of this contemporary designed 4 bedroom family sanctuary, Charleston’s Fine Art Auctions have been appointed to clear by public auction the quality contents of the home. Item by item will be sold on-site to the highest bidder at this public event.

FURNITURE – AUSTRALIAN PAINTINGS – BRONZE SCULPTURES –  PORCELAIN – GENERAL HOUSEHOLD – ABORIGINAL ART – PERSIAN CARPETS – DECORATIVE HOMEWARES – EUROPEAN ART – GARDEN STATUARY

Highlights Include: David Bromley major work ‘Nude’, Matt Blatt leather lounges, Pro Hart, Bruce Earles and David Boyd  paintings, Elmwood sideboard, Pablo Picasso etching c1950, Oriental drum, dining table and matching showcase, Salvador Dali signed lithograph c1980, large Persian Tabriz, French Provincial furnishings, various tribal rugs, Aboriginal art by Gloria Petyarre and Abie Loy, Leadlight lamps, White modular leather lounge suite, outdoor children style sculptures, life size bronze dogs, oversized Glass top coffee table, Robert Dickerson pastel, Olsen and Blackman graphics, large porcelain entry vases, Classical and Art Deco sculptures, Gillie and Marc bronze, Robert Eames and Grant Featherston style furniture, Matthew Johnson oil, coloured glass vases, LG fridge, Donald Bradman signed memorabilia, outdoor furnishings, Marc Chagall lithograph c1963, mahogany Davenport, bone and jade carvings, semi-precious stone world globe, glassware, Oriental screen, kitchenware, Electrolux and Fisher and Paykel washer and dryer, general household etc.

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LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS

Hawthorn East
18 Bluff Street, Hawthorn East ,
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WHO WE ARE

Charleston’s was formed in 1997 by a group of like-minded individuals who shared a passion for art. We also had a common belief though art can be defined as “fine”, it doesn’t necessarily mean it should be elitist nor affordable only to investment bankers and multinational corporations.
By creating Australia’s first and, by far, most successful travelling art auction house, we regularly bring quality works of art to Australia’s capital cities and we are the only auction house that travels to major regional centres.

Genuine Art Pieces / Certifications available / Delivery Service / Personalised and Informal – we love working with you!

Adam Kant

Co-Founder & Fine Art Auctioneer

Danny Taibel

Director & Fine Art Auctioneer