Fairfield Auctions

Fairfield Auction is Connecticut's leading auctioneer of antiques and fine art. Principals Jack and Rosie DeStories have served individuals and estates since 1988, handling over sixty million dollars of antiques and fine art and serving over 12,000 consignors. In May 2008, they achieved an astonishing $2,185,000 for an 18th century Tlingit warrior's helmet. They also garnered national recognition for the sale of the Michael Martucci collection of Tiffany glass which grossed over $350,000, as well as the sale of celebrity estates including the Roxbury home of author William Styron and a large group of property from the estate of actor Jason Robards in Southport.

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Over 500 lots in Fairfield Auctions' online-only sale
Fairfield Auctions' sale this month has over 550 pieces of fine art and antiques that will be sold through an online-only auction until 20th September.

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Group of Three Navajo Rugs
Group of Three Navajo Rugs\nIncluding one with western motif of arrows and steer heads 35" x 60", Navajo mat with serrated diamonds 32" x 40", and Navajo storm pattern 43" x 70" . CONDITION REPORT: all with issues- the most significant on Western motif with heavy fold line that has been stitched in, as well as small tears and repairs along the edges. The storm pattern with two small holes SHIPPING: Shipping available within the Continental USA (excludes insurance) $60. International buyers are responsible for arranging 3rd party shipping. Fairfield Auctions
Group of 20 Confederate Notes
Group of 20 Confederate Notes\nIncluding $100 Richmond April 6, 1863 estimate 500/750 CONDITION REPORT: various grades of condition SHIPPING: Shipping available within the Continental USA (excludes insurance) $20. International shippers are responsible for arranging 3rd party shipping. Fairfield Auctions
Paint Decorated Poplar Blanket Box
Paint Decorated Poplar Blanket Box\nWith turned feet and shaped skirting 35" wide, 18 1/2" deep, 22 1/2" high circa 1840 CONDITION REPORT: surface wear, small loss to skirting (front right), stains to top, lacking escutcheon, retains original lock and hinges SHIPPING: Buyer is responsible for arranging 3rd party shipping. Fairfield Auctions
Paul Colin
Paul Colin\nJosephine Baker 62" x 46" oil on paper later mounted to canvas and stretched signed lower right CONDITION REPORT: excellent overall, mounted and stretched, pin-holes at edges from making. Fairfield Auctions
American School
American School\nStill Life with Mums 26 1/2" x 10" oil on board unsigned, late 19th century estimate 300/500 CONDITION REPORT: crazing/blistering to lower half SHIPPING: Shipping available within the Continental USA (excludes insurance) $50. International shippers are responsible for arranging 3rd party shipping. Fairfield Auctions
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