Over two dozen prominent estates will be featured in ACES Gallery's online-only Spring Estates Auction, May 8th
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The catalog has over 170 lots of fine art, jewelry, Chinese and Asian art, antique and mid-century furniture, dolls and collectibles, art glass, ceramics, rugs and more, at 11 am Eastern. Online bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.

STAMFORD, Conn. - Hartok -- A collection of important jewelry from a Scarsdale, New York lady led by an impressive festoon necklace; an unusual folk art polychrome carved box discovered in a Chappaqua, New York home; and two paintings by the American abstract artist Robert Moskowitz will headline an online-only Spring Estates Auction slated for Wednesday, May 8th by ACES Gallery in Stamford.

The catalog is loaded with more than 170 lots of fine art, jewelry, Chinese and Asian art, antique and mid-century furniture, dolls and collectibles, art glass, ceramics, rugs and more, beginning at 11 am Eastern time. There is no live in-gallery bidding, but Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Absentee and telephone bids will also be accepted.

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"We're excited to bring a curated sampling of materials from our clients to the May auction" said Alex Fonarow, Appraiser & Auctioneer of ACES Gallery, which conducts about 50 locally-featured, timed online auctions each year for area estates on its website (aces.net). "More than two dozen estates are represented in the current auction."

With a robust pre-sale estimate of $12,000-$18,000, the antique diamond festoon necklace is a candidate for top lot of the auction. It's designed as a continuous line of baguette channel-set diamonds and prong-set full cut diamonds suspending nine graduated pear brilliant cut diamonds (21.17 cttw).

Lots #5 and 6 are vibrant, colorful paintings by Robert Moskowitz (American, 1935-2024). Both are untitled, oil on canvas, signed lower left, with pre-sale estimates of $1,000-$2,000. One has a frame size of 19 ½ inches by 16 ½ inches, the other 16 ½ inches by 15 ¾ inches. Moskowitz worked at the intersection of Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism and Pop Art.

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The unusual folk art polychrome carved box found in a Chappaqua, New York home is from the late 19th or early 20th century. It's heavily carved with Incan devices and faces in relief, painted in green over yellow with silver highlights. It measures 6 ½ inches long by 4 ½ inches wide (est. $200-$400).

Previews will be held by appointment only, on Monday, May 6th, and Tuesday, May 7th, from 10 am-5 pm Eastern in ACES Gallery's gallery and offices located at 85 Old Long Ridge Road (#A7) in Stamford. For an appointment, call (475) 500-7118; or email to gallery@ACES.net.

To learn more, visit www.ACES.net. Updates are posted often.

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Alex Fonarow
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