25 Meadow Road
Windsor , Connecticut
Telephone : 860.246.2444
Fax : 860 524 8735
Website : http://www.nadeausauction.com/
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nadaeu’s is a full-service, family owned and operated auction house, with over three decades of experience in the business. They have held over 1000 auctions to date–150 of which were with Invaluable– and their experience in antiques goes back seventy years, prior the... read more
Nadaeu’s is a full-service, family owned and operated auction house, with over three decades of experience in the business. They have held over 1000 auctions to date–150 of which were with Invaluable– and their experience in antiques goes back seventy years, prior the houses' inception. They are well known particularly in Connecticut, where they are the sales leader for the state.
In recent years, Nadaeu's has realized high some very high price sales, including a Wethersfield Connecticut School Bonnet Top Highboy for a realized price of $189,500.00, a Rare Queen Anne red painted poplar highboy, Connecticut, circa 1745, for $176,000.00; and a Queen Anne side chair, Philadelphia, circa 1750 for a realized price topping $24,000.00. See additional past highlights.
Nadaeu's staff at its core is the Nadaeu family itself. The youngest two, Heather and Edwin have recently completed art appraisal degrees at NYU, and they each match their family’s passion for the business that was started in 1985. The family members pride themselves on the personal attention that they are able to give to buyers and sellers as a result of their experience, passion, and their personal stake in the business.
They now offer appraisals for antiques, fine arts, decorative accessories, and residential contents for Estate, Insurance, Divorce and Equitable Distribution, Donation, and Charitable Donation. Sellers who deal with Nadaeu's can take solace in knowing that the grounds have an extensive security surveillance system to protect items.
Dutch breakfront in two parts, upper section with arched top, two glazed doors on lower portion having three long drawers set on flared bracket feet, interior with two glass shelves and lights, 18th century, probably Dutch or German, ht. 88 in.; wd. ...
Estimate : $800 - $1,200
Gorham sterling silver flatware set, 70 total pieces including 12 dinner knives, 12 tablespoons, 12 teaspoons, 12 salad forks, 12 dinner forks, 7 serving pieces, and 3 other sterling handle pieces, 77.67 t oz. weighable silver
Estimate : $600 - $1,000
Estimate : $1,000 - $2,000
Estimate : $800 - $1,200
Vict., Contemp., Custom, Decorators, Accessories
New England : Connecticut