Charlton Hall

Based in South Carolina, Charlton Hall is Southeast America’s leading auction house. With over eighty years of industry experience Charlton Hall offer their clients the personal service they expect from a regional auction house with results that match and often exceed those of larger firms. Charlton Hall pride themselves on providing fair, professional and practical assistance to clients wishing to have their collections appraised or offered in their auctions.

Over the years Charlton Hall has proven to be an industry leader. Charlton Hall were one of the first auction houses to utilize digital photography and develop an interactive website and they were the first regional auction house to produce an illustrated catalogue. Charlton Hall was also one of the first of three auction houses to broadcast their sales on the worldwide web. Charlton Hall continues to set new industry standards in their recently built state-of-the-art auction facility by offering live internet bidding directly on their website.

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Thomas Gainsborough (circle of)
Thomas Gainsborough (circle of) (British, 1727-1788) PORTRAIT OF LADY IN BLUE SILK oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H50" W40" Provenance: New York private collection Charlton Hall
Books: Charleston Renaissance art and artists (7pcs)
Books: Charleston Renaissance art and artists Phillips, Duncan. AMERICAN ETCHERS, VOL. II: ALFRED HUTTY. New York: The Crafton Collection, 1929. 1st printing. Pennington, Estill Curtis. LIGHT OF TOUCH: SELECT WORKS ON PAPER FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE MORRIS MUSEUM OF ART. Augusta, GA: Morris Museum of Art, 1993. Museum catalogue which includes works by Hutty, Verner, Smith and Taylor. Sass, Herbert Ravenel. ADVENTURES IN GREEN PLACES. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. "With Reproductions of Seventeen Paintings by Alice R. Huger Smith." Colored frontispiece of painting "Egrets Resting at Midday." Hardcover with chipped and pieced dustjacket, with mylar sleeve. Severens, Martha R. THE CHARLESTON RENAISSANCE. Spartanburg, SC: Saraland Press, 1998. Smythe, Augustine T. THE CAROLINA LOW-COUNTRY. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1932. Illustrators include: Anna Heyward Taylor, Alice R. Huger Smith, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, Albert Simons, Augustine T. S. Stoney. Contributors include: Herbert Ravenel Sass, Alfred Huger, Beatrice Ravenel, Thomas R. Waring, Archibald Rutledge, Josephine Pinckney, Caroline Pinckney Rutledge, DuBose Heyward et al. 1st edition, rebound. Ex-library. Verner, Elizabeth O'Neill. MELLOWED BY TIME: A CHARLESTON NOTEBOOK. Columbia, SC: Bostick & Thornley, 1953. 3rd printing, with DJ, signed and inscribed by author. Includes period ephemera: printed invitation from Verner to an exhibition of her work. THE WHITE PINE MONOGRAPH SERIES ON EARLY AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE. New York: Russell F. Whitehead, 1928. VOL. XIV, NO. 2; The Charm of Old Charleston, A New World City of Old World Memories. Includes portfolio of sketches by Alfred Hutty. (7pcs) Charlton Hall
Pair French style upholstered and painted side chairs, Yale R. Burge (2pcs)
Pair French style upholstered and painted side chairs, Yale R. Burge Louis XV style frame fitted with cushion, bearing label; BH35 1/2" SH19" W27" D21" (2pcs) Provenance: Estate of Mrs. J. Donald Dial, Columbia, South Carolina Charlton Hall
Faux painted side chairs, set of four
Faux painted side chairs, set of four circa 1900 a shaped crest rail over spindle backrest and bow seat, resting on turned legs joined by turned stretcher. (Good condition). Charlton Hall
Raoul Martinez
Raoul Martinez Cuban (1876-1973) FRUIT AND PITCHER STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated: on stretcher, 1925 H24" W27 1/2" Charlton Hall
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Charlton Hall
7 Lexington Dr.
West Columbia, SC 29170
Tel: 803.779.5678
Fax: 803.733.1701