August 2014 Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction

August 19th-22nd 2014 at our Fairfield, Maine Facility

4-Day Winter Fine Art, Asian and Antiques Auction

Totals Over $4.7 Million!

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division

Toleware Coffee Pot

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division

Chinese Gilt Bronze Seal | Sold $154,050

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division

Gold, Moss Agate Hinged Box | Sold for $31,050

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division

Portsmouth, NH Fire Buckets | Sold for $36,800

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division

William Lester Stevens (Gale Collection) | Sold for $31,050

Quality consignments are now being considered for this annual summer event. Always the largest antique auction in New England for the summer months. This is a sale that is always looked forward to for its special, rare, unique & valuable treasures. This year will encompass a day of fine art including paintings, bronzes & rare photography. A day of American & European antiques to include weathervanes, folk art, furniture, early silver & much more.
Julia’s is renowned for having one of the finest antique auctions in New England. Once again, our collection of Asian goods is one of the finest in North America. This, combined with our collection of Fine Art, Antiques and Americana creates an incredible multi-day event. Tony, Katya, Megan, Bill, Jim and Martin have selected some of the very best to share with you. This is a mere sampling of all the incredible items that are in our auction. Enjoy! We are always looking for more items to add to our upcoming auction. If you are interested in consigning, or if you have any questions, please email us!

Current Highlights

The Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Department has kicked off 2014 with a bang conducting a 4-day auction with almost 3000 lots! 3244 registered online bidders representing 47 countries & 750 registered house bidders proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a pair of large Chinese Cloisonné Censers achieving $248,850; A Reliquary Chasse went out at $183,675; $53,325 was the price for a fabulous Centaur weathervane and the archive of Capt. Luis F. Emilio brought $207,375 along with many more exciting prices which were achieved.
This is James D. Julia’s most expansive division; focusing on Americana, Fine Art, Antiques, Victoriana and Asian items. This unit conducts two auctions per year and has an international reputation for excellence. With sales routinely grossing $3 million to $5 million per auction, this division has established numerous world and national records. With the growth and interest in the Asian Art market continuing to rise, Julia’s has taken a leadership position in this category by bringing on James Callahan, “Antiques Roadshow” regular and one of the top Asian Arts specialists in the country. This division handles complete estates and high value individual items in almost any antique collectible category.