John Moran Auctioneers
John Moran Auctioneers is a family-owned and operated company founded in 1969. John Moran Auctioneers offers quality art and antiques from estates and private collections to buyers around the globe. The auction house have set sale records in many specialty markets, particularly in California & American Paintings. In 2001, John Moran became the first auctioneer in the world to sell a California painting in excess of one million dollars.
John Moran Auctioneers remains a family-owned and operated company that values tradition while keeping abreast of the latest advancements in technology, marketing and online bidding. Moran’s is dedicated to providing the highest level of service and professional standards in the business to buyers and to sellers, trustees and executors seeking appraisal and disposition of antiques, fine art, quality furnishings and jewelry at auction.
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- A jadeite jade, diamond and platinum ring
- Platinum mount, centering an oval jadeite cabochon accompanied with Mason-Kay report dated July 9, 2014 stating: 4.12 cts Natural Jadeite Jade, no dye or polymer detected, Type A jade, measuring 10.51 x 12.44 mm oval cabochon, accented with single, full and baguette-cut diamonds, size 8, est: $5000/7000\nCondition: Overall good condition with normal signs of wear. Jadeite is bright green and completely translucent with very minor mottling of light brown patches; cabochon underside has polished diagonal furrow. Jadeite jade to be sold unmounted. Ring can be sized. John Moran Auctioneers
- Edmond Charles Joseph Yon (1836-1897 French)
- Lady with basket in a farmyard, oil on canvas laid to waxed canvas, 15'' H x 18.25'' W, est: $800/1200\nsigned and inscribed indistinctly lower right: Edmond Yon. Provenance: Property of an Estate, Montecito, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Scattered crazing. Frame abrasion. Blacklight: A 2'' x 2.5'' area of touch-up lower right. Small spots of touch-up scattered along the lower edge, right center, upper center and upper left. An 8'' line of touch-up extending from the upper right corner to right center. A quarter-sized spot, 2'' line and 1'' line of touch-up upper center. A 3.5'' line of touch-up left center. A 1.75'' x 1'' L- shaped spot of touch-up right center. A small spot of touch-up upper left corner. John Moran Auctioneers
- Wallace ''Grand Baroque'' silver flatware service
- Designed 1941, Wallingford, CT, each with maker's mark, a sterling sliver flatware service in the ''Grande Baroque'' pattern, comprising 24 dinner forks (7.375''), 23 salad forks (6.5''), 6 iced tea spoons (7.625''), 24 teaspoons (6.125''), 7 round-bowl soup spoons (6.125''), 21 hollow modern knives (8.875''), 10 demitasse spoons (4.125''), 1 bon bon spoon (5.375''), 1 lemon fork (5.625''), 1 hollow-handled bottle opener (5.25''), 1 hollow-handled master butter spreader (6.625''), and 1 infant feeding spoon (4''), 120 pieces, weighable sterling 133.102 oz. troy approximately, est: $2000/3000\nProvenance: Private Collection, Scottsdale, AZ. Condition: Overall good condition, with general minor wear, scratches and tarnishing commensurate with occasional use. One dinner fork with masticated tines. Not monogrammed. Weight does not include hollow-handled articles. John Moran Auctioneers
- Cornelis Botke (1887-1954 Santa Paula, CA)
- ''Houses at Nambe'', New Mexico, oil on canvas laid to artist's masonite, 9'' H x 11.5'' W, est: $2000/3000\nsigned lower right: C. Botke, signed again and titled on original labels affixed verso. Exhibited: Special Holiday Exhibition, Dec 1-29, Santa Paula, CA (see verso label). Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Canvas cut unevenly in the extreme upper right corner. Blacklight: A few very minor scattered spots fluoresce in the right and left trees but this is presumed to be in the hand of the artist. AS-IS. ALL SALES FINAL. John Moran Auctioneers
- Ritchie Allen Benson (1941-1996 Los Angeles, CA)
- Misty II, docked boat, watercolor on paper under glass, sight size: 24.75'' H x 35.25'' W, est: $600/800\nsigned right middle: R. A. Benson. Exhibited: Challis Galleries, Laguna Beach, CA, R. A. Benson, 'Thirty New Watercolors', January 10 - February 4, 1979. Provenance: Corporate Collection, Pomona, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Not examined out of the frame. John Moran Auctioneers
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