June 8 Auction

Lot 511: Rare Mary Barch School Sampler
sold for $36,000

Lot 155: Gold, Silver, Emerald,
Diamond, and Pearl Necklace, India
sold for $13,200

Visit our Retrospective page
for Prior Auction Highlights

Chinese Blue & White Qianlong
Ewer, sold for $161,000



Sale 143

Friday, August 1st, 2014 at 12:00 noon

The Estate of Celia Thaxter Hubbard includes the contents of her Cambridge, Massachusetts house and barn, as well as her Cape Cod house. Her vast collection includes American and European furniture, folk art, decorative arts, paintings, silver, and jewelry. Three hundred catalogued lots to be followed by an array of discovery items drawn from her collection.

Celia Thaxter Hubbard was an artist, writer, photographer, and founder of the acclaimed Botolph Gallery on Newbury Street, Boston. Ms. Hubbard surrounded herself with visionary artists and thinkers, such as Sister Corita Kent. Her collection reflects her enthusiasm for life and ability to find beauty and soul in objects from the past. To learn more about Celia Thaxter Hubbard click here.

Exhibition opens Tuesday, July 29th
Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m - 12 noon

Please note: Interested buyers should make arrangements to attend this sale in person, as there will be NO internet bidding available and only limited phone lines.

Currently accepting quality consignments for our

Fine Jewelry
Paintings, Prints, Drawings, and Sculpture
Specialist contact Lucy P. Grogan

Decorative Works of Art
Specialist contact Nancy H. Grogan

Silver and Objets de Vertu
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
Specialist contact Michael B. Grogan

Contact us at:

grogans@groganco.com | 781.461.9500

Serving the New England Antiques and Fine Arts Community since 1988.

22 Harris Street, Dedham, Massachusetts 02026
Phone: 781-461-9500. Fax: 781-461-9625. Email: grogans@groganco.com
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