Ripley Auctions

October Modern Art & Design Auction

October 9, 2021 11:00 AM EDT

Live Auction

364 Lots

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Ripley Auctions

Location: Indianapolis, IN, US

Phone: 317 251 5635

Payment

Accepted Forms of Payment: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Shipping

Professional in house shipping services are available for items. Shipping costs will include carrier fees, handling, and insurance. Shipping costs are in addition to the auction purchase amount. A low bid purchase price does not mean shipping costs will be any less. The size and weight of a package will impact the cost that the carrier charges. Multiple items will impact the cost of handling. Items that are of high value will require more insurance. The minimum cost for shipping is $20.00. If you are not prepared to pay for our shipping, do not bid. Some items may require a third-party shipper. Please let the office know if you would like to pick up your winning bid or arrange your own shipping.
Successful bidders will receive a final invoice within 3-4 business days after the auction giving you payment and shipping details, if applicable, pertaining to the item(s) you have purchased. After the payment is made, your purchase will be shipped with in 10 business days and tracking will be sent by email. It is the buyers responsibility to confirm shipping and billing address provided on invoices.

CALLING ALL COLLECTORS! We've put together 150 lots from a single owner of Russel Wright Dinnerware featuring rare MCM colors and serving pieces from Iriquois, American Modern, Steubenville, Sterling China, Hull Stainless Pinch Flatware, Old Morgantown, snow glass, and Melmac Residential! and...Presenting for the first time at auction, the retrospective ceramic works from Indiana State University Professor, Dick Hay, (1942-2020) who was an Instructor at ISU from 1966 until 2006 in the Department of Art and Design. Beginning with the 1971 exhibition, "Clayworks: 20 Americans", at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York, his work received critical acclaim for its engagement with issues of power and consumer culture. In 1975, his stoneware sculpture titled 1200 received the Grand Prize in the Indianapolis Museum of Art Exhibition, Objects and Crafts. In 1989, Professor Hay was invited to lecture at over 100 Universities worldwide. In 2010, a documentary film, Dick Hay: Artist, Teacher, and Mentor was produced by NCECA and Judy Kelly Productions. Studio Pottery: Toshika Takaezu, Ruth Duckworth, Vivika Heino, James Lovera, and a small collection of pieces by Gertrud & Otto Natzler, and Robert Lohman. Fine Art: 2D Original Artworks Featuring: Paul Serusier French post-impressionist drawing, Glenn Cooper Henshaw paintings & drawings, Agnes Weinrich, Charles Green Shaw, Sally Michel Avery, Thomas Eldred, Charles Biederman, Theodore Roszak, John Edward Heliker, Hedda Sterne, Leonard Nelson, Gertrude Barrer, Richard Filipowski, Shirley Goldfarb, Stanley Boxer, Frederick Lynch, Jake Berthot, Nancy Grossman, Diane Itter, Peter Max, many works by Robert Lohman Photography Featuring: Eight (8) large scale Southwestern Series limited edition photographs by Peter Lik featuring ethereal views of the Grand Canyon. A desirable large scale piece by Michael Fatali titled Back of Beyond Type A: Adam Ames & Andrew Bodwin collaborative team chromogenic print Sculpture Featuring: El Gato Feo, Cast #1 by Latin American artist, Angel Botello, A Dorothy Dehner sterling silver miniature purchased from the Louise Nevelson Estate, Head of Woman by Southwestern artist, Allan Houser, A French Art Deco Girl with Goat by Paul Silvestre, A Loet Vanderveen deco Greyhound A LARGE and well known example Austrian Orientalist Snake Charmer Statue in terre cotta by Friedrich Goldscheider, Other terra cotta sculptures by Edgardo Simone and Robert Laurent, A folk art wooden carving by Ben Rouzie A J Jay McVicker metal Brutalist composition A Yayoi Kusama resin pumpkin multiple A Sue Fuller String Composition A Tony Feher conceptual piece Glass: Frederick Elliott Hart, Rollin Karg sculptures, Bertil Vallien for Kosta center bowl, Daum France and Hilton Mcconnico 'Nevada' bowl on glass pate de verre cactus stand. Prints Featuring: A small collection of signed German Expressionist woodcuts, Miro, Calder, Salvador Dali, and others. Other Collector pieces: Rare Ruba Rombic 'Star' and 'Katydid' vases designed by Reuben Haley, Muncie Art Pottery vase, Sylvia Leuchovius, Rorstrand Sweden wall plaque, antique medical model human skull.
Buyer's Premium
$0+: 25.0%
Bid Increments
From: To: Increments:
$0 $99 $10
$100 $199 $20
$200 $499 $25
$500 $999 $50
$1,000 $2,999 $100
$3,000 $4,999 $200
$5,000 $9,999 $500
$10,000 $29,999 $1,000
$30,000 + $2,500

Conditions of Sale

Credit Card Payments: You must provide a verified credit card for bidder registration. Ripely Auctions does not not have access to your credit card information when you register on line. Your card will NOT be automatically charged after the auction. You may authorize the credit card of your choice after you have received your invoice. Please call with questions prior to bidding. 317-251-5635

Payment Information: Payments are accepted by Cash, Check, Money Order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX and Bank Wire Transfer. CC payments of more than $5k may require advance approval. Gold jewelry will require confirmed funds. The full purchase price plus all applicable taxes and fees is expected before removal or shipping of any of the items.

Shipping Information: Professional in house shipping services are available for items. Shipping costs will include carrier fees, handling, and insurance. Shipping costs are in addition to the auction purchase amount. A low bid purchase price does not mean shipping costs will be any less. The size and weight of a package will impact the cost that the carrier charges. Multiple items will impact the cost of handling. Items that are of high value will require more insurance. The minimum cost for shipping is $20.00. If you are not prepared to pay for our shipping, do not bid. Some items may require a third-party shipper. Please let the office know if you would like to pick up your winning bid or arrange your own shipping.
Successful bidders will receive a final invoice within 3-4 business days after the auction giving you payment and shipping details, if applicable, pertaining to the item(s) you have purchased. After the payment is made, your purchase will be shipped with in 10 business days and tracking will be sent by email. It is the buyers responsibility to confirm shipping and billing address provided on invoices.

Buyer's Premium: A buyer's premium of 25% will be added to all lots.

Condition Statement: Most items in our auction are estate consigned. All items should be considered "as-is". We make every effort to accurately describe each lot using complete descriptions and detailed photographs. You may email or call us with any questions prior to bidding. All sizes, weights and ages of lots are approximate. We encourage you to visit and inspect all lots during preview and/or carefully examine all additional images provided with onlne catalog and ask for more information, when needed. It is your responsibility to know what you are bidding on prior to placing any bids. Please note that any lot listed with "attributed" or "style" cannot be guaranteed to be the work of the noted artist or period. All sales are final.

Indiana Sales Tax

Indiana residents pay 7% sales tax on all purchases unless you have a retail sales certificate issued by the State of Indiana. We need the number on file at the time of payment to exempt your from sales tax. Items picked up from our gallery may be subject to IN sales tax. If you have any questions, contact us.