Clements Auction Gallery

December 27, 2015 in Editorials

Clements Auction Gallery begins 2016 with an important auction event, scheduled for Sunday, January 17th. With over 350 exquisite lots, this auction features the proprietary estate of Rushing Wind Farms, Lexington Kentucky. The estate consists of a lifelong collection of fine antiques and works of art.

Feature items include; Three works from the prominent artist Henry John Yeend King (1855-1924), other artists including Alfred Fontville De Breanski (1877-1957), Abraham Hulk II (1851-1922), Fanny Laurent Fleury (1848-1920), George Vicat Cole (1833-1893), fine estate jewelry including a 7.7 carat pear shaped diamond solitaire, collection of designer watches including Paiget and Bulgari, a tremendous collection of oriental and continental ivory, 18th and 19th century English and continental furniture with comparable accessories

Auction is Sunday, January 17th beginning at 1:00pm. Clements Auction Gallery is located at 7022 Hwy 153 Hixson TN 37343. For more information, contact Clements toll free at 1-866-425-3636. To view the catalog or bid live online visit www.ClementsAntiques.com. Live online bidding available through LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.

Clements, The Southeast’s Premier Auction Gallery for over 78 years. In 1938, Charles W. Clements Sr. began selling antiques bought from local estates in his teenage years. It wasn’t long before Mr. Clements became the most well known antique specialist in the region. He opened up one of the first auction firms in the Southeast, holding the Tennessee Auctioneer license number 13. In the early 1960s, Mr. Clements became one of the first importers of fine English furnishings and antiquities. By creating the South’s first antique wholesale operation, he began traveling across the globe, amassing a collection of treasures over 75,000 square feet in size. It was then Clements Antiques established itself as an iconic figure in the antique auction industry.

Today, Charles W. Clements Jr. carries on the traditions passed down from his father. His children, Christy Clements Beach and Chas Clements stand behind Charles as the third generation to enter the trade. Clements Antiques continues to be the premier firm in the Southeast for the brokerage of fine estates, antique furnishings, and works of art. We work with trust departments, personal and private collection agencies, curators, and consignors to bring you the finest and rarest furnishings and collectibles still available. We understand that quality acquisition ensures the satisfaction of even the most discriminatory collector, designer, or client.

Since 1938, Clements has striven to bring their clients nothing but the very best, with Honesty and Integrity Above All Else.

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