The Exquisite Collection of a World Traveler, Teacher, and Patron of Artists
Join us for an exclusive auction featuring an awe-inspiring collection of treasures gathered by an extraordinary individual who truly lived life to the fullest. Immerse yourself in the world of a world traveler, teacher, and dedicated patron of artists, Bob Roseburg. This is the second auction from the estate of Robert "Bob" Roseburg.
This remarkable assortment of artifacts and masterpieces reflects the incredible journey of a person who explored the globe, delving into diverse cultures and immersing themselves in the beauty and creativity of the world. Each piece in this collection tells a story of adventure, enlightenment, and a deep appreciation for art.
Indulge your senses in the Pre-Columbian marvels—a seated figure vessel, bird figure whistles, standing figures, and more. These exquisite sculptures embody the mystique and cultural heritage of ancient civilizations, transporting you back in time to Mesoamerica.
Feel the ancient Chinese Qin Dynasty come alive with the life-sized terracotta warrior—a testament to the collector's passion for history and the preservation of remarkable artifacts.
Discover the soul-stirring sculpture of Trevor Southey’s “Fatherhood." These captivating artworks reflect the collector's unwavering support for artists and their ability to capture the essence of the human experience.
Delve into the rich traditions of African tribes with authentic leather pillows, straw and leather baskets, and mesmerizing textiles. Each piece showcases the collector's deep respect for indigenous craftsmanship and cultural heritage.
Marvel at the precision and beauty of intricate timepieces, including the Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Mantle Clock and the Royal Observatory Conical Pendulum Clock. These horological marvels demonstrate the collector's appreciation for the artistry of timekeeping.
Admire the elegant Danish and Norwegian furniture, such as the leather chairs, rocking chair, and teak waste basket—a testament to the collector's refined taste and passion for Scandinavian design.
Explore the world of adornment with stunning jewelry pieces—a fusion of silver, turquoise, lapis lazuli, coral, and bone. From necklaces to rings, each piece tells a story of personal style and cultural significance.
Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing realm of art glass—Murano sculptures, Crystal, Kosta Boda animals, and whimsical paperweights. These delicate and vibrant creations exemplify the collector's fascination with the interplay of light, color, and form.
This auction is a celebration of a life well-lived—a testament to the curious spirit of a traveler, the nurturing heart of a teacher, and the unwavering support of artists. Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of this remarkable collection and become a custodian of history, culture, and artistic expression.
Join us at the auction and embark on a journey that transcends borders and time. Bid on these exquisite artifacts and artworks, and become part of the legacy of a world traveler, teacher, and devoted supporter of artists. Seize the opportunity to own a piece of this extraordinary collection. Register now and let the adventure begin!
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