Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Brunk Auctions has grown from a small regional auction house to a national auction service with an international clientele.
Founded by Robert Brunk in 1983, the auctions became well known for their integrity and professionalism. Bob brought to bear his experience as an anthropologist, writer and professional woodworker, an unmistakable combination of skills that continue to illuminate catalog entries and elucidate auction-goers. Bob is now a valued consultant and continues as auctioneer. Andrew Brunk joined his father in 2005. His curatorial experience has brought additional focus on research and connoisseurship. His experience as the head of the American furniture department at one of the world’s largest auction houses has allowed Brunk to continually align themselves with the best in the business – in terms of expertise and exceptional client service.
The auction house boasts a 26,000-foot multimedia auction gallery welcomes visitors and clients to auctions every 6-8 weeks.
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- Afshar rug,
- four serrated diamonds on white ground and blue grounds, brown/burgundy field, ivory and blue highlights throughout, 5 ft. 4 in. x 6 ft. 7 in. Brunk Auctions
- Racing scene
- Racing scene, Janos Viski (Hungarian, born 1891), horse-drawn wagons with horses galloping at full speed, signed lower left "Viski J.," oil on canvas, 23-3/4 x 31-5/8", gilt wood frame with flakes and abrasions Brunk Auctions
- Andrew Jackson Signed Land Grant
- Dated December 2, 1830(?), granting 80 acres of land to George Baskins of Richland County, Ohio, boldly signed "Andrew Jackson" as President of the United States, countersigned by Elijah Hayward as Commissioner of the General Land Office, partially printed on vellum with paper and wax seal, 9-3/4 x 15-1/2 in. (page); modern wood frame\n\nnot examined out of frame, abrasion obscuring year-date, creases with losses, fading, toning, stains; frame with abrasions Brunk Auctions
- Two Marvin Bailey Vases
- Lancaster, South Carolina, 20th century: one with brown glaze runs, turned rim, inscribed "Marvin Bailey 2005", 9-1/2 in.; one bluish with blue glaze runs, flared rim, inscribed "Marvin Bailey" on base, 9-1/2 in.\n\ngood condition Brunk Auctions
- Dutch School
- (19th century) Winter Scene with Skaters, unsigned, oil on canvas, 21 x 25-3/8 in.; gilt wood,\n\nold lining, crackle, yellowed varnish, abrasions, retouch at restored central tear and scattered in sky and edges.; Brunk Auctions
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