The eye-catching cover of Palm Beach Modern Auctions’ catalog speaks a thousand words about what to expect at the company’s Nov. 21-22 auction. Andy Warhol’s vibrant pop-art depiction of a Campbell’s Chicken ’N Dumplings Soup can serves as the visual appetizer for an 817-lot selection of sleek modern design, art and decorative accessories, with an emphasis on midcentury. Adding a crowning touch is the boutique array of luxury goods and jewelry. The winter-season opener for South Florida’s modern-art auction headquarters will combine two sessions that, in previous years, had been conducted two weeks apart. “We’re sure our clients will appreciate having to make only one trip during the month of November instead of two. Now they can bid on furniture, decorative accessories and luxury goods in the Saturday session and modern art, rare editions and sculptures in the Sunday session,” said

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