Jaydee Ager, Georgia

for those that collect daffodil art

July 2, 2013
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Friends, in a very round about way, I have become aware of some historical daffodil artwork that is available for sale.  Here are the details in case any of you have  interest:

I sent this initial inquiry after learning about the availability from a friend:  I was forwarded your contact info thru a series of emails originating with XXXXXXXXXX in Atlanta.  Can you provide me with any specific additional details for the four Narcissus botanicals you recently acquired for your antiques shop?   (4) botanical engravings by 17th. Century Dutch Painter: Emmanuel Sweerts (1522-1612”)?  I can pass this info on to daffodil people that might have interest in these.  What is the framed size?  It appears they are matted with marbleized mattes and French borders?  What is your price for this set, please.?

The seller responded as below:

Greetings,

The framed size is: 15”+1/2 X 21”+1/2

Yes, they are beautifully matted with marbleized mattes and French borders.

They were purchased from NYC botanical show in Feb/2000 from booth of Country Loft Antiques of Woodbury, Conn. The receipt shows amount paid was $5,900 and I’m offering them for sale for $4,800 (firm) for the set of four.

Thank you for your inquiry.

Best,

Leila Day

207-326-8786

I hope you can view the artwork here:

Emailing: DSCN0221, DSCN0222, DSCN0223, DSCN0224

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This album has 4 photos and will be available on SkyDrive until 9/22/2013.

 

If not, please contact the lady, Leila Day, above.  Her email address is  title=.  Her email address I just provided is not a hyperlink (sorry I don’t know how to do that here on Daffnet).  So just copy and paste her email address into your email program.  I have provided all info that I am aware of…   and am only doing this as a service to folks that I thought might have a genuine interest in this artwork.  Please communicate with Leila Day if you have questions or problems with accessing info.

Jaydee Ager

Hawkinsville, GA   USA

One Response to for those that collect daffodil art

  1. Phyllis Hess, Ohio
    Phyllis Hess, Ohio
    July 5, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    They are certainly lovely!