Published: December 14, 2021
WILLISTON, VT. — The second half of the estate of Iris Love was offered at Merrill’s Auctioneers and Appraisers on December 10, led by a Nineteenth Century reclining Buddha that sold for $21,240. The figure was 63 inches across of carved teak with polychrome decoration and came with a Nineteenth Century Chinese console table.
Love was a celebrated archeologist who, upon retiring, moved to Lincoln, Vt., where she turned to dog breeding.
Watch for a review of this Part II sale in a future issue.
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