Skeleton Rocking Chair

Live Auctioneers, which promotes many IRL auctions, alerted us to the existence of this kickass skeleton rocking chair. The chair is part of a lot in a catalog called World Treasures- Russian, Asian, European & American Works which was auctioned May 22nd & 23rd, 2012. The chair went for $3,120.00, which is either really a lot or not that much, depending on how you look at it. You might still be able to get a bargain because a similar chair, missing the seat cushion, was unsold.

You can order the current Jackson’s catalog Important Russian, Asian and European & American Fine Art. These are items which can be previewed via the available catalog or in person at Jackson’s International Auctioneers and Appraisers, 2229 Lincoln Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613. You may place sealed bids via the internet or fax 319-277-1252, but the actual auction will be taking place Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13th – 14th, 2012 at Jackson’s.

skeleton rocking chair

Lot 246
Furniture, skeleton rocking chair
A HIGHLY CARVED WHIMSICAL AND MACABRE SKELETON ROCKING CHAIR Continental 20th century. Depicting the skeleton figure of seated form on rockers terminating with carved busts. Probably modeled after the mid 19th century Russian example as illustrated in 19th century European furniture by Christopher Payne. Height 54 inches. Estimate $2,500-$3,500

Founded in 1969, Jackson’s International Auctioneers and Appraisers has grown to become one of the nation’s premier service providers for the sale and appraisal of antiques and fine art.

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Jackson’s sells and appraises millions and millions of dollars of fine art and antiques each year, serving the global art and antiques market from headquarters in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Our firm has gained national prominence with a reputation based on honesty, expertise, reliability, scholarship, and cordial, efficient service. Our regularly-scheduled auctions bring to market a broad array of objects, including Old Master, 19th-and-20th-century American and European paintings, European and American porcelain and ceramics, fine furniture, postcards, ephemera, textiles, rugs, jewelry, art glass, firearms, militaria, tribal art and 20th century decorative arts. In short, any fine object of interest to the diverse tastes of collectors worldwide can be found at Jackson’s.

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