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North Carolina Auction Gallery To Hold Three-Day Winter Estate Catalogued Auction

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., Nov. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Impressive collections of fine and decorative arts alongside rare and fine wines will be offered at public auction as part of a three-day auction event in Hillsborough, NC, November 29th, 30th, and December 1st, 2012.  The sale features estate jewelry, silver, asian jade, fine art, furniture, and other fine and decorative arts.

Highly anticipated objects in the Fine & Decorative arts session include a rare Chinese Carved Jade Lidded Urn, a Still Life by Peter (Pierre) Nilouss (1869-1943), a stunning 4.16ct Edwardian Diamond Solitaire, two works by Alfred Stieglitz (Am., 1864-1946), and two works by Edward Steichen (Am., 1879-1973).

A strong representation of North Carolina objects is being led by an important late 18th century China Press, a circa 1800 Hepplewhite Cellaret, a Chester Webster Stoneware Jug, and original Benny Carter folk art.

The Rare & Fine Wine session of the sale will offer over 300 lots featuring six lots of Chateau d'Yquem, a case of 2002 Chateau Lafite Rothschild, and thirty lots from Pride Mountain Vineyards.

Leland Little says of the sale, "We are privileged to continue our positive momentum from the 2012 auction year with this outstanding sale that represents an exciting range of inventory from prominent local and regional collections."

The sale will be conducted by live public auction, with the options of bidding in-person, by telephone, or by absentee bid form, and by bidding online with a live video and audio feed.

For more information, visit WWW.LLAUCTIONS.COM.

For more information, or to schedule an interview, contact:
Leland Little, 919-644-1243 leland@llauctions.com

SOURCE Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.

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