An iconic inventory of art and design retailers in Los Angeles commissioned for sale by a bankruptcy court order

ANGELS, May 9, 2022 / PRNewswire / – On May 19ThreeSixty Asset Advisors and John Moran Auctioneers will conduct their first of two auctions ordered for bankruptcy with cult assets Angels art and design dealer, antique dealers. The sale will offer more than five hundred plots, including an impressive selection of Continental and American furniture and decorative arts, in styles including Art Deco, Renaissance Revival, Eastlake, Art Nouveau and Victorian.

Before the trustee in bankruptcy removes it from Chapter 7, Elissa MillerAntiquarian Traders was owned and operated Mark Abbey Slotkinson of the founder and philanthropist Abbey Rentals, Stanley Slotkin. For more than 40 years, Slotkin has procured unique art and design finds from around the world, amassing a collection that has been on display in both his Beverly Hills a shop window and its warehouse at Southgate. Slotkin’s selection ranges from fine art, furniture, lighting and stained glass to the Steinway piano. On the day of the auction, watches and a number of decorative items made of gilded bronze, glass, silver and ceramics will be presented to the bidders. With thousands of pieces under the roof estimated at 1,700 lots during the two auctions, there will be a huge variety for viewers interested in viewing, both online and on-site during scheduled reviews.

Highlights of the first sale include the mid – 20th centuryth century Lalique “Cactus” table with an estimated value of $ 10,000 to $ 20,000a pair of French gilded bronze and marble tazas, estimated at $ 4,000 to $ 6,000and 19th-century figural clock with Victorian-style cloak with set, estimated at $ 1,000 to $ 1,500an Art Nouveau intact four – piece bed set with an estimate of $ 3,000 to $ 5,000Wooton Company Desk, rated at $ 3,000 to $ 5,000ia Carl Rungius (1869-1959) painting “Los and Mate” from 1907 with an auction estimate of $ 20,000 to $ 30,000.

While antique high-style furniture is still valued for its quality and workmanship, there has been an adjustment to fair market values ​​since the peak of collection decades ago. Smart retailers have adjusted to meet changing market demand, while those who have kept their preferred prices have often been forced to close the store. Jeff MoranPresident John Moran Auctioneers, gives further context for selling Antiquarian Traders inventory: “The collection includes unique and special items. We have seen many of them offered at auction with unrealistic reserve prices for years. We are excited to see what many of these items sell for now that the public will have the opportunity to bid freely without excessive minimum bid requirements. “

The May 19 The auction will be conducted entirely online with links to the bidding website and catalog at www.360moran.com. Public previews will be held in Angels the warehouse area during the week before the sale, and successful bidders will have two weeks after the sale to pick up their purchases or hire third parties to do so on their behalf. The second and last auction of the Antique Collection is tentatively scheduled for early July.

“The collection is so deep and wide that it is reminiscent of the diversity found in the icon Hollywood the props we sold in the early 2000s, ”he says Jeff Tanenbaum, President of ThreeSixty Asset Advisors and Bankruptcy Resolution Specialist. “The quality of each item sold by Antiquarian Traders, however, is exceptional – either based on its origin and authenticity or the quality of any restoration efforts.”

Interested parties can get more information online at www.360moran.com, via email at [email protected] or by phone at 888-345-SOLD.

SOURCE ThreeSixty Asset Advisors

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