Annual Summer Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction
Totals Over $5.2 Million!

Auction: August 24th, 25th & 26th 2016: 10am

Preview: August 23rd, 2016: 9am-5pm and August 24th, 25th & 26th 2016: 8am-10am

Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.

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3000

FINE VICTORIAN OAK AND WICKER FANCY STAND BY HEYWOOD BROS. & CO., GARDNER MASS.

The three-tier stand supported by curved legs which support a bottom oval shelf. The oval top having a C-shaped shelf above with 4 decorated supports. Wicker woven edges supporting a top wood bead edge. Original label affixed on underside. SIZE: 34-1/2″ h x 30″ w x 20″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good with glue reinforcement to board separation on top. 50012-62 (300-500) – Lot 3000

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3001

3-TIER FANCY WICKER CORNER SHELF AND 3-TIER WICKER SHELF.

1) Graduated triangular woven shelves. Curly-cue decoration throughout. 2) Square 3-tier wood and wicker shelf having dark finish and curly cue and bead decoration. SIZE: 1) 59″ h x 15″ at deepest. 2) 36″ h x 17-1/2″ w x 13″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-64, 50012-88, (300-500) – Lot 3001

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3002

OUTSTANDING VICTORIAN FANCY WICKER AND OAK ROUND STAND.

The round oak top having a fancy wicker bead decorated skirt supported by a center pedestal with 4 legs having scrolled fancy supports. Extensive bead and wicker decoration throughout. The legs ending in brass-capped caster feet. SIZE: 30″ h x 25″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Excellent dark honey-brown patina. One small bead face missing on skirt edge. 50012-63 (800-1,200) – Lot 3002

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3003

FANCY VICTORIAN WICKER ETAGERE.

The 5-tier shelf having an open back with scrolled curly-cues. Woven shelves at different levels supported by curved legs with curly-cue decoration and a fancy gallery top. SIZE: 63″ h x 28-1/2″ at widest x 15″ at deepest. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-89 (500-800) – Lot 3003

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3004

OAK AND WICKER VICTORIAN REVOLVING BOOKCASE.

The square 4-tiered bookcase having partial wicker and bead decorative sides revolving on a metal spindle with cross-leg base with casters. SIZE: 39″ h x 18-1/2″ square. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Refinished. Very good. 50012-91 (400-600) – Lot 3004

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3005

FINE VICTORIAN OAK AND WICKER 2-TIER ROUND STAND BY HEYWOOD BROS., SAN FRANSISCO.

Retains original label on bottom. Two round oak tops supported by a fancy wicker frame with curly-cue decoration. SIZE: 29″ h x 26-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Refinished. Very good. 50012-73 (250-400) – Lot 3005

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3006

FINE VICTORIAN WICKER ARMCHAIR AND WICKER ROCKER.

1) Very fancy high-quality wicker armchair having rolled arms and back, fancy beaded spindles, cross hatching and curly cues. An added element is woven balls with pine needle type decoration. A spring reinforced seat with woven top. 2) Rolled arm and back rocker with cross-hatched open design retaining an original label of Heywood Bros. in Chicago. Wood and woven seat. SIZE: 1) 40″ h x 28″ at widest x 28″ at deepest. 2) 34″ h x 27″ w x 34″ rocker depth. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. Very nice patina. 50012-90, 50012-94, (500-800) – Lot 3006

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3007

VICTORIAN WICKER HIGH CHAIR AND 2-PIECE BOWL ON STAND BY HEYWOOD BROS. & CO. GARDNER, MASS.

Both retain original labels to bottom. 1) Rolled arm and back high chair having a woven seat and crossed open design. High legs ending in copper cap feet. Foot support rail. Missing tray. 2) Woven open bowl having original label which sets into a cross-stick base with curly cue and woven accents. SIZE: 1) 41″ h x 18″ at widest x 24″ seat height x 19″ at deepest. 2) Bowl is 10″ dia. x 28-1/2″ h x 13″ widest. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-84, 50012-87, (200-400) – Lot 3007

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3007A

AMERICAN CLASSICAL REVIVAL CARVED TALL CASE CLOCK, PROBABLY NEW YORK STATE.

Last quarter 19th century. Case appears to be made of poplar. The molded cornice surmounted with brass eagle and spire ball finials, projecting above the rectangular bonnet, the astragal door opening to a painted wood arched dial with Roman numeral chapter ring centering a brass rondel stamped with floral vinery, the whole within thistle sprays surmounted by a painted seaside scene within the arch. The brass works time-and-strike with chain winder, above the throat fitted with a panel door profusely carved with dogwood floral sprays, mounted with cast-brass hinges, above the molded box base with molded plinth. SIZE: 97″ h. x 12-3/4″ throat w. x 9-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: From the Ticonderoga, New York, home of the Bascom family. The door an example of Miss Doris Bascom’s artistry, for which carving she had won a prize at the Women’s Pavillion at the Chicago World’s Fair, 1893. It is purported to be a later addition to the clock case after 1893, but before 1897. The clock was passed on to Dr. & Mrs. Isaac Sharon, and in 1961 was purchased by Bartley L. Larson, Sr. Then to the current owner. CONDITION: Old dark and crackled finish is original, with a red wash overall. 16397-40 (300-600) – Lot 3007A

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3008

FINE KIRMAN PALACE CARPET.

South Persia, third quarter 20th Century. The large central Arabesque medallion on an ivory field within a large yet delicate floral scrolling border in pastel shades of blues, greens and pink. SIZE: 11′ 6″ x 21′ 3″. PROVENANCE: From Private Home. CONDITION: The rug retains generally full pile. Exceptions are spot areas of loss and wear in one quadrant at end, visible on close inspection but not affecting overall appearance. Note: close-up and detail photographs available on website. 49704-1 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3008

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3009

FABULOUS SIX PIECE STERLING TEA, WATER, AND COFFEE SERVICE BY ELLMORE SILVER COMPANY, INC. IN THE CHAMPLAIN PATTERN.

The set consists of a 14″ h hot water kettle on stand with integral burner, a 12″ h coffee pot, an 11-1/2″ h teapot, a 8-1/2″ covered sugar, a 7-1/4″ creamer, a 5-1/2″ waste bowl, and a 30″ x 18-1/2″ double handled hand chased sterling tray number 7191. Each piece having a triple script monogram. The set with repousse cornucopias of fruit decoration. SIZE: As stated above. Total weight: 200 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 50301-5 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3009

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3010

TWO STERLING SILVER TEA SETS WITH ASSOCIATED TRAY.

1) A three piece set comprised of a tall 9-3/4″ h footed pot along with a 5″ h footed creamer and 5″ h sugar bowl. Etched design of vines and flowers circling the bodies as well as the flat formed foot. Monogrammed. All marked “Shreve, Crump & Low Co Sterling 610″ and an eagle hallmark. Weight: 28.6 tr. oz. 2) A Towle three piece set consisting of a handled 8-1/2″ h teapot, 3-1/4″ h creamer and 3” h sugar bowl. All monogrammed and marked on the underside “Sterling H. Kohn & Sons 5513″ along with the Towle hallmark. Weight: 19.5 tr. oz. Comes with associated 12” dia round tray from Shreve, Crump & Low marked “Sterling 1864”. Weight: 21.5 tr. oz. SIZE: See description. Total weight: 69 tr. oz. Special Note: This item contains plant or animal properties that may be covered by the Endangered Species Act (ESA). We have taken care to ensure that this item meets the standard for sale under the ESA. However, certain states and other countries have laws that are more restrictive than the ESA. It is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that it is lawful to purchase or transport this item into their state, and to obtain the necessary import and export approvals. Delay or failure to obtain any such permit or approval does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item and consummating the purchase. CONDITION: 1) Loss of pin to hinge of cover. Adhesive residue visible on handle surrounding heat stops in pot. 2) Teapot and creamer with dents in body. Tray with surface scratching along with a few small dings in center. 50548-4 IVORY (500-800) – Lot 3010

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3011

SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER TALL CANDLESTICKS BY REED & BARTON.

Marked on base “Sterling S575A”. Candlesticks with removable bobeches, also accompanying this set are four clear glass bobeches. The candlesticks have round bases, tapered shaft and tulip-form candle cup. They are decorated with repousse roses and “c” scrolls. Each monogrammed in triple script monogram. SIZE: 13″ h. CONDITION: Two bobeches remove easily, the other two are stuck. One candlestick with slightly mis-shapened top, very minor dimples if any, generally very good. 50567-12 (800-1,200) – Lot 3011

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3012

NINE PIECE SILVER BERRY SET, FANCY BOWL AND FRENCH PITCHER.

Lot includes: 1) 10″ diameter x 3-1/2″ high Large master bowl and eight 4-1/4″ diameter x 1-3/4″ small bowls high. Marked on side “KEPKYPA BNK 800”. The Greek set having a decoration of foliate scrolls in repousse pattern covering 50% of the bowl with a center multi-rayed star. 2) 2″ high x 9″ diameter repousse bowl marked “900”. The bowl with a flattened rim having flower heads and the bottom with the pushed up dome area, with similar design. 3) 7″ high cylinder type pitcher with “C” shaped handle and a bottom 2″ decoration of indented commas. The side hallmarked “800”. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. TOTAL WEIGHT: 67 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally very good. 50463-5 (800-1,200) – Lot 3012

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3013

LARGE LOT OF TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE INCLUDING A ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-EIGHT PIECE ASSEMBLED SET IN THE KING-STYLE PATTERN.

Assembled set of King-style pattern includes: George Shiebler: thirteen 8-1/2″ tablespoons, twelve 6″ teaspoons, five 7-1/4″ forks, twelve 7″ spoons, ten 8″ solid dinner knives; two 8″ forks by Tiffany & Company, eight 7-1/2″ forks and one 7-1/2″ ladle by Whiting; twelve English 7″ forks London, 1911/12, makers mark “C&S Co”; thirteen 7″ forks with unidentified maker, three 8″ forks with unidentified maker, four 6-3/4″ forks by “Bigelow, Cennard & Co”; “Dominick & Haff”: ten 6″ salad forks, twelve 5-1/4″ hors d’oeuvre forks, twelve 5-1/4″ bullion spoons, eleven solid-blade butter knives, six 7-1/2″ solid luncheon knives; Gorham: six 4-3/4″ bullion spoons; twelve 10-1/2″ hollow-handle dinner knives with English hallmarks, nine 9-1/2″ dinner knives, unmarked, one 6″ English hallmarked sugar tongs, 9″ and 10″ carving set, unmarked, a pair of 8-1/2″ spoons. Ninety-three miscellaneous pieces include: ten 5-3/4″ teaspoons with French hallmark, Cherub pattern; ten 5-1/4″ teaspoons with a fancy handle and engraved bowl; ten 5″ spoons by Gorham in the “Lady Washington” pattern; eleven 4″ spoons, no maker, decorated with birds; three 5″ enamel decorated spoons “PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY” and other miscellaneous pieces, mostly small flatware and small service pieces. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. Total weight: 268 tr. oz. CONDITION: Assembled set of King-style pattern generally very good, shows some wear and many pieces monogrammed. Of ninety-three miscellaneous pieces, generally good, some pieces show wear. 50602-2 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3013

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3014

LOT OF 57 PIECES OF STERLING AND 17 PIECES OF COIN SILVER.

Sterling includes: a service of forty-seven pieces of Towle Company in the “Bostonian” pattern, along with 10 miscellaneous pieces of sterling, mostly spoons. Coin silver includes: eight 9″ table spoons by various makers including Joseph Raynes, A Sanborn, E. Baker, and O. Corbett. Eleven 6″ teaspoons by various makers including A Sanborn (5) and N. Harding (6). Other pieces include three salt spoons, one sugar shell, one fork and one small spoon. Along with a hinged mahogany silver box with two side brass handles (some damage at back of top) and missing escutcheon plate. SIZE: STERLING WEIGHT: 54 tr. oz; COIN SILVER WEIGHT: 18 tr. oz. TOTAL SILVER WEIGHT: 72 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally good, some silver shows wear. 50647-25 (800-1,200) – Lot 3014

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3015

FORTY-SEVEN PIECES OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INCLUDING SERVING PIECES.

Lot includes: 1) Six 8-1/2″ spoons, marked “Palmer Bachelder & Co” in a fancy feather type pattern. 2) Six 8-1/2″ spoons and six matching 6″ spoons, marked “E. Jaccard & Co”, 8-1/2″ monogrammed with a fancy handle, 6″ monogrammed on back. 3) Seven 6″ teaspoons, marked “E. E. Isbell & Co.”, decorated with bird and berry vine. 4) Twelve 4-3/4″ demitasse spoons having gold-wash bowls, marked “Bailey & Co”, single monogram on back. 5) Three 8-1/2″ spoons, marked “Duhme”, twist center handle, triple monogram. 6) Pair of 9″ berry spoons with gold-wash repousse bowls, twist handles and triple monogram; the back is marked “E.C. Garrett”. 7) Five miscellaneous serving pieces: 5-1/2″ sugar scoop, 7″ ladle, 9-1/4″ pie server, 9″ server, 7″ fork. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. TOTAL WEIGHT: 57 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally very good. 50558-22 (800-1,000) – Lot 3015

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3016

TWO PIECE SILVER TROPHY ON STAND.

6-1/2″ Top removable double-handled bowl, marked with a hallmark of “crescent moon and crown 800”. Engraved on one side in a decorative cartouche is “14/September 1876-1901”. On the other side is an inscription as follows: “1876-1926/zurerinnerung an den tag der/goldenen hochzeit/von/theodor kremser geboren 15.sept.1844/und sofie geb. fries geboren 24. mai 1857/kempten./14. september 1926”. The interior with gold-wash, the bottom having an attachment that secures it to the base, which is missing. The 10″ base being of tree form, holding a shaped receiving bowl, all over decorated with berries and leaves. The shaft with open-work branches starting as a trunk with pierced roots on a circular base, which is marked with the same hallmarks and “800” as the top bowl. The interior also set to fasten the bowl which has been broken off. SIZE: Size overall 14″ h x 10″ w. TOTAL WEIGHT: 53 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally Very good also noted above. 50464-3 (600-700) – Lot 3016

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3017

GILROY ROBERTS (American 1905-1992) “THE GREAT AMERICAN EAGLE”.

Cast sterling silver on wood plinth, mounted on a tapered side black wood plinth with artist and title plaque. On back of base “109/200 Sterling”, underneath wing is copyright “FM 75”. Monogrammed “75” limited edition of 200 cast in sterling silver by the Franklin Mint. WEIGHT: Approximately 240 tr. oz. SIZE: 14-3/4″ h overall. 11-1/4″ h (eagle only) x 19-1/2″ w across wings. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-113 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3017

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3018

THREE PIECE STERLING COFFEE SERVICE BY WILLIAM DEMATTEO.

The set consisting of a 8-1/2″ h coffee pot, a 5-1/4″ covered sugar bowl and a 3-1/4″ handled creamer. All with carved ivory handles and done in the “Lily” pattern. Each marked on the underside with “Sterling Hand Made” along with DeMatteo’s wheel hallmark. Total weight: 39 tr. oz. including ivory handles. SIZE: See description. Special Note: This item contains plant or animal properties that may be covered by the Endangered Species Act (ESA). We have taken care to ensure that this item meets the standard for sale under the ESA. However, certain states and other countries have laws that are more restrictive than the ESA. It is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that it is lawful to purchase or transport this item into their state, and to obtain the necessary import and export approvals. Delay or failure to obtain any such permit or approval does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item and consummating the purchase. CONDITION: Very good. 50406-2 IVORY (800-1,200) – Lot 3018

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3019

IMPRESSIVE TWELVE PANEL SILVERED HANGING DOME LAMP CAST WITH GROTESQUE MASKS AND SCROLLING FOLIAGE.

Early 20th century, attributed to Duffner & Kimberly, New York. The cast-brass frame with silvered finish suspended from a foliate carved conical hanger joined to linked chain. The collar and lower rim cast with foliate vinery. Glass panels of a lemon, and lime green with shades of russet. SIZE: 32″ dia. x 35″ h (overall, approximately). CONDITION: Very good, silvering intact, very few if any tight hairline cracks. 50567-54 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3019

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3020

HANDEL METAL OVERLAY TABLE LAMP.

Handel metal overlay lamp features eight bent carmel slag glass as well as mauve striated slag glass panels. Exterior of shade is further decorated with green accent paint to give the decoration a warm feel. Signed in the interior on a small tag “Handel”. Shade is supported by a Handel tree trunk form base with brown patina with verdigris and is completed by a three socket cluster, heat cap and three acorn pulls. Base is rewired with appropriate cloth cord. Base is impressed on the underside “Handel”. SIZE: Shade is approx 19″ dia. Lamp is 23″ h. CONDITION: Shade has old repair to bottom metal rim, otherwise very good. Base is very good with some minor wear to verdigris. 50567-55 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3020

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3021

HANDEL SUNSET PALM TABLE LAMP.

Handel metal overlay table lamp has eight paneled shade with metal overlay design of palm trees against beautiful sunset glass. Shade rests on a Handel base with four cartouches of stylized flower heads leading up the vertically ribbed stem and four socket cluster. Base is finished in variegated brown patina. Base and shade are unsigned. SIZE: Shade is 25″ dia. Lamp is 29″ h to top of finial. CONDITION: Undisturbed original surface with fine patination. Shade is very good with wear commensurate with age. Bottom rim between feet of base has an approx 1-1/2″ casting flaw. Otherwise very good. 50567-52 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3021

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3022

OUTSTANDING AUSTRIAN AMPHORA TYPE JEWELED “HOLLY” PATTERN VASE.

Marked on base “Made in Austria 1” “Holly 1013”. The shaped vase having a shoulder band with two colorful cabochons and grape & leaf motif. The ground is blue with a spider web type latticework intermingled with shaped pottery jewels. Gold highlighting to rim & lattice work. SIZE: 16-1/4″ h x 8-1/2″ at widest. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Very good having some gold rub. 50012-140 (600-900) – Lot 3022

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3023

TWO SILVER AND BRONZE VASES BY THE HEINTZ ART METAL SHOP.

1) 10″ high cylinder vase having three applied silver iris’ on copper patinated bronze vase. The bottom marked “3613 B” with the shop mark and “Sterling on Bronze. Pat. Aug. 27, 12”. 2) 9-3/4″ high vase having silver overlay design over a copper finish ending at the bottom with green patina. The bottom marked “3695” company monogram in Sterling on Bronze, Pat., Aug….” SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good. 50567-64 (200-400) – Lot 3023

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3024

FINE HIGH GLAZED DECORATED ROOKWOOD EWER BY KATARO SHIRAYAMADANI.

The ewer having a light green to dark brown glaze decorated with blooming light orange flowers and leafy branch. Signed on bottom with artist name and “439 B S” with a Rookwood flame mark. SIZE: 10″ h. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-141 (400-800) – Lot 3024

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3025

ROOKWOOD ART POTTERY FAIENCE WATER FOUNTAIN.

The sculptured pottery fountain marked on the inside of the base “Rookwood Faience 1281″. The number 1281 was a number utilized for architectural shapes. The fountain in the form of a standing nude boy standing on a sphere wrapped with a wave which cradles his legs. The fountain nozzle protrudes from him upturned mouth. Green matte finish which has weathered over time because of outdoor use. This could be a stand along fountain or could have been used as a side fountain on a large circular fountain as illustrated on page 102 in the Book of Rookwood Pottery by Peck. SIZE: 30-1/2″ h, Base 10″ x 10”. CONDITION: One tip of wave missing, the base having edge chipping, uneven finish due to outdoor use. 50567-16 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3025

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3026

GOOD ARTS & CRAFTS MISSION STYLE HANGING REVERSE PAINTED LIGHT.

The hanging light with a wood chain holding a sloped 4-sided dome with straight bottom panels. The trapezoid side angled panels reverse painted with sailboat on water. The bottom straight sides having three frosted horizontal panels each. The oak frame with dark finish. Unsigned. SIZE: 44″ h with chain; Shade is 24″ square x 14″ h. CONDITION: One side panel replaced, some scratches and losses to frosted outside surface of panels, otherwise good. 50800-83 (400-800) – Lot 3026

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3027

PAIR OF OAK ARTS AND CRAFTS REVIVAL FLOOR LAMPS WITH MICA SHADES BY AURORA STUDIOS.

Late 20th century, Aurora Studios, Troy, New York. A design by Michael Adams. Each floor lamp with conical mica four panel shade, mounted within a hammered copper frame, joined to square oak standard, continuing to four downswept supports supported by X-Form base. Base of standard with hammered copper band with impressed mark of maker. SIZE: 56″ h. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good overall. Undisturbed surface with no restoration repairs. 50800-41 (400-600) – Lot 3027

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3028

MID-CENTURY MODERN CARVED MAHOGANY DINING TABLE WITH FOUR CHAIRS, ANDREW J. WILLNER.

Circa 1960, American. This set comprised of shaped center table together with four matching side chairs. The leaf form chair backs and tabletop each raised on a tree form pedestal continuing to shaped flattened legs and feet. Each chair with solid saddle seat. Set of carved mahogany and walnut. Chair seats with incised initials “A.J.W.” and the date “Nov./72”. SIZE: Table: 31-1/2″h x 39″ d. Chairs: 48″ h of back , 18-1/2″ h of seat. 17″ seat w. CONDITION: Structurally very good with original surface. Minor light abrasions along some edges. 30548-14 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3028

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3029

JOSEF HOFFMANN DESIGN FOUR PIECE SALON SUITE.

Vienna, Austria early 20th century. The suite comprised of a settee, two armchairs bearing the paper label of Mundus, and a hammered brass and beechwood circular side table. The settee and armchairs similar to earlier example marketed by Jacob & Josef Kohn as suite no. 423. The settee and armchairs each with bent beech wood, brown stained and polished U-form outswept crest rail joined to vertical bentwood supports centering a curved padded back above a U-shaped seat,each seat frame with suspended spherules beneath the front corners. Frame fitted with cushioned pad. The whole within a U-shaped frame, the pilasters continuing as leg supports. Now covered in a burgundy leather fabric in the style of the Wiener Werkstätte. The circular side table with sheet hammered brass top within a bentwood beech frame raised on a column with incurved sides fitted to a circular plinth base covered with conforming hammered brass base cover raised on compressed ball feet. NOTE: The seating group from a design by Josef Hoffmann in 1906 and manufactured initially by J. & J. Kohn as model no. 423 C/F. The set shows the design principles of Jugendstil in Vienna. The form is based on a semicircular seat frame. Vertical flat rods on a U-stand are supported by spherical links. Seats and rests are padded and covered with a fabric in the style of the Wiener Werkstätte. Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956). Josef Hoffmann was the son of intellectual, supportive parents who ensured he received the best possible education at the State Industrial School in Brno and later at the Academy for Fine Arts in Vienna under Otto Wagner. It was here, he got to know Joseph Maria Olbrich with whom he founded the Vienna Secession in 1897 that he already left again in 1905. He worked as a teacher at the arts college from 1899. In 1903 he founded the Vienna Workshop with Fritz Warndorfer and Koloman Moser. He co-founded the German Werkbund and, in 1912, the Austrian Werkbund. He worked as a designer and architect and his designs are still extremely popular. Jacob & Josef Kohn. Jacob Kohn (1791–1866) founded his company together with his son Josef (1814–1884) in 1849. They produced wooden components and soon began producing bentwood. They opened production centers in Bohemia, Krakow and Russia and already in 1900 more than 6300 workers were busy producing more than 5500 pieces of furniture each day. Thanks to the cooperation with such renowned artists as Josef Hoffmann, Otto Wagner, Adolf Loos and Gustav Siegel, the company soon made a name for itself as the producer of fashionable and modern furniture. They received many awards, gold medals and even medals from Austria, Spain, Belgium and Russia. The company merged with the Mundus AG in 1914 that also produced for Thonet (Thonet-Kohn-Mundus). Mundus Furniture: In 1914 Mundus merged with J. & J. Kohn, and in 1922 with Gebrüder Thonet. SIZE: Armchairs: 30-1/2″ h x 17-1/2″ seat height x 22-1/2″ w x 22-1/2″ d. Settee: 31″ h x 18-1/2 seat height x 49″ w x 23-1/2″ d. Table: 29″ h x 22-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Settee and armchairs with irregularly sun-bleached surfaces. Proper left hand grip of settee with crescent shaped patch. Proper right arm with rectangular patch on outer edge of hand grip. Otherwise structurally good. Sheet brass tabletop in need of reattaching to table frame. Two of the six compressed ball feet absent otherwise good. 50301-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3029

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3030

RARE PAIR OF GILBERT ROHDE DESIGN CHROME PLATED “Z” STOOLS.

Mid 1930’s for Herman Miller Inc., New York. Each example of typical form with round cushion mounted on circular frame continuing to parallel tubular canted support rods joined by horizontal conforming foot rest, the whole on circular, tubular base; a continuation of the support tubes. Tubes are composed of chrome plated copper. SIZE: 24 to 25″ h x 15″ dia. 8-1/2″ h (footrest). CONDITION: Textured black leather seat cushions possibly original, chrome plating generally intact showing areas of wear and abrasion, notably under support tube. Otherwise very good. 50567-78 (300-500) – Lot 3030

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3031

WARREN MCARTHUR LABELED LOUNGE CHAIR WITH ARMS.

1933 and later, Rome, New York. Probably a variation of the 1933 “Biltmore” chair originally designed for use in the Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, AZ. This design with rectangular upholstered back above an elongated conforming cushion seat, set on a signature aluminum tubular banded seat frame with hard rubber circular fitted arm rests and similar discs mounted on the lower front and rear seat frame, which serve as rolling casters. Each chair with the original blue paper Warren McArthur, Rome New York, label. SIZE: 32″ h (at back), 16″ h (at seat) x 23″ w (overall). CONDITION: Structurally very good, brown fabric upholstered without stain or blemishes, rear two roller casters worn and split, front casters functional. 50567-69 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3031

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3032

WARREN MCARTHUR LABELED LOUNGE CHAIR WITH ARMS.

1933 and later, Rome, New York. Probably a variation of the 1933 “Biltmore” chair originally designed for use in the Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, AZ. This design with rectangular upholstered back above an elongated conforming cushion seat, set on a signature aluminum tubular banded seat frame with hard rubber circular fitted arm rests and similar discs mounted on the lower front and rear seat frame, which serve as rolling casters. Each chair with the original blue paper Warren McArthur, Rome New York, label. SIZE: 32″ h (at back), 16″ h (at seat) x 23″ w (overall). CONDITION: Frame and upholstery very good, rear roller casters one is split one is worn flat. Front casters one with split and one worn flat. 50567-76 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3032

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3033

WARREN MCARTHUR LABELED LOUNGE CHAIR WITH ARMS.

1933 and later, Rome, New York. Probably a variation of the 1933 “Biltmore” chair originally designed for use in the Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, AZ. This design with rectangular upholstered back above an elongated conforming cushion seat, set on a signature aluminum tubular banded seat frame with hard rubber circular fitted arm rests and similar discs mounted on the lower front and rear seat frame, which serve as rolling casters. Each chair with the original blue paper Warren McArthur, Rome New York, label. SIZE: 32″ h (at back), 16″ h (at seat) x 23″ w (overall). CONDITION: Frame and upholstery are very good, both front and rear casters slightly flattened. 50567-75 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3033

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3034

EERO SAARINEN 42″ ROSEWOOD TULIP TABLE FOR KNOLL ASSOCIATES, INC.

The 42″ diameter rosewood chamfered round top joined to an enamel white metal pedestal base. Affixed to the underside of the top is a label of Knoll Associates, Inc. SIZE: 29″ h x 42″ d. CONDITION: Top with overall light and minor abrasions and surface scratches which can be polished out, otherwise in very good condition. 50567-20 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3034

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3035

BARCELONA CHAIR, DESIGN BY LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE.

Late 20th century, American. Attributed to Knoll International. Chrome plated steel frame is fitted with brown leather seat and back supported by fixed vertical leather straps or struts. SIZE: 29″ h of back, 18″ h of seat x 31″ w. CONDITION: Frame structurally intact, leather strappings secure. Original brown leather covering with some surface scratches and wear to piping. Four leather buttons detached, two present. Otherwise good. 50511-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 3035

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3036

PAIR OF MICHAEL TAYLOR DESIGN MOLDED PLASTER SIDE TABLES.

late 20th, early 21st century. Michael Taylor Designs, San Francisco, California. Pair of plaster occasional tables, each with round top and base connected by twisted supports. Original painted finish. SIZE: 22-1/2″ h x 18″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Painted surface needs reapplication. Tables appear to have been designed for a plate/glass or other finished insert top. 50800-60 (700-900) – Lot 3036

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3037

RARE SET OF ARTS AND CRAFTS IRON FIREPLACE TOOLS WITH STAND ATTRIBUTED TO GREENE AND GREENE.

First quarter 20th century, American. Set comprised of shovel, tongs, poker, and brush. Each with square handles mounted on matching wrought iron stand with four legged base raised on inscrolled feet. Note: Greene and Greene was an architectural firm established by brothers Charles Sumner Greene (1868–1957) and Henry Mather Greene (1870–1954), influential early 20th Century American architects. Active primarily in California, their houses and larger-scale ultimate bungalows are prime exemples of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. SIZE: Overall height 32-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From a private New York Collection. CONDITION: Very good overall. Original and untouched surface. 50715-1 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3037

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3038

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT & MONUMENTAL LE FUNI URN BY GIO PONTI, 1927.

The large tapered vase having two ribbed side handles and fold over mouth rim. Cream background with horizontal decoration of ropes and knots. The bottom rim edge signed “Gio Ponti 1927”. The bottom signed “Ginori, 985 Made in Italy” and remnants of a paper label “985/214”. Gio Ponti created this decoration specifically for this vase form in the summer of 1926 and in a letter dated Aug 13, 1926 he noted … “having approved on the 4th of this month the decoration of the large vase with ropes, please arrange its execution for I could see it accomplished at the end of this month. We need to have two of these vases ready for a symmetric display at the exhibition” (referring to the III Monza Triennal, 1927 in which a pair of these vases were exhibited). It is stated that there are two other examples of this design known, one original in the Lauro Collection which is now in a private collection in Verona, and the second is in a private collection in Genoa. LITERATURE: L. Manna, Gio Ponti, Le Maioliche Milan, 2000, pp. 206-207, Cat. No. 73 (example illustrated). SIZE: 19″ h x approximately 16″ dia. PROVENANCE: Paul Tudor Jones II Collection; Christie’s London 2010; Private collection Italy; Private collection Canada; thence by descent. CONDITION: Inside and top rim have multiple chips, the handles having glaze chips, some minor glaze chips to body, otherwise very good. 49941-45 (50,000-100,000) – Lot 3038

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3039

TIFFANY STUDIOS BRONZE TABLE LAMP WITH ACORN SHADE.

Shade with geometric tortoise shell amber to pale green panels above a row of scrolling emerald to gold acorn panels continuing to three rows of rectangular leaded glass tortoiseshell green panels. Shade is supported by a three arm Grecian form bronze oil lamp base with font raised on four decorated flattened cabriole legs joined to a molded stepped plinth with in-curved sides. The base with an inset “23, shade is signed Tiffany Studios. Inset canister impressed with “Tiffany Studios/9898”. SIZE: Shade 16″ d x 7″ h. Overall base 21″ h. CONDITION: Glass panels with quality fiery color. Shade shows evidence of having been dropped on top ring causing downward depression and subsequent cracking in several panels within first two rows. Additional slight cracks in acorn panels. Base unsigned. Font signed as noted. Electrical fittings are after market. Base shows remnants of powder from metal polish resulting in a later and incomplete patina. 50647-15 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3039

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3040

FOUR TIFFANY & COMPANY ITEMS INCLUDING TALL CANDLESTICK.

Lot includes: 1) 17-1/2″ high bronze and glass candlestick, bottom marked “2784 Tiffany Studios, New York”. The round base supporting the tall rod-like shaft, terminating in a flower bulb form candle cup, having eight green glass inset cabochons. 2) 8″ diameter bronze plate, marked on base “Tiffany & Co./21807B-14551/Bronze”. 3) 3-1/2″ sterling ice cube tongs signed “Tiffany & Co Makers Sterling”. 4) 3″ diameter brass traveling alarm clock. Dial signed “Tiffany & Co 8 Day Swiss”. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Generally good, the clock is in unknown working order. 50809-4 (800-1,200) – Lot 3040

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3041

TIFFANY STUDIOS HINGED DESK BOX IN “SPIDERWEB” PATTERN.

Bottom marked “Tiffany Studios New York 815”. Wood interior, green slag glass panels with old patina. SIZE: 3″ h x 6-3/4″ x 4″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Inside wood chips, otherwise good. 50012-109 (200-400) – Lot 3041

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3042

FINE FOUR PIECE STERLING TEA SET BY TIFFANY & COMPANY.

The set including: 1) 19″ x 11-3/4″ two-handled sterling tray marked “Tiffany & Co / 18308A / Makers / 6380 / Sterling Silver / 925-1000 / M (Mark 23 1907-1947). On top center is a shield with monogram “CW”, on bottom an inscription “Presented to Clarence Ward by the participants in the pageant composed and directed by him, given at the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Rutgers College October 13, 1916.” 2) 9-1/2″ tall teapot with wooden handle. 3) 4″ high footed creamer. 4) 4-3/4″ covered sugar bowl. Each piece having a different number to base and the same “CW” monogram. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. TOTAL WEIGHT: 81 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally very good, some light scratches to tray. 50602-1 (1,000-1,200) – Lot 3042

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3043

TIFFANY & CO STERLING SILVER TRAY.

The 14″ dia round tray in simple form with raised rim monogrammed in the center. Marked on the underside “Tiffany & Co Makers Sterling Silver 23749”. Weight: 36 tr. oz. SIZE: See description. CONDITION: Very good. 50557-16 (1,200-1,600) – Lot 3043

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3044

RETICULATED HEXAGON CENTER BOWL BY TIFFANY & CO.

Marked on bottom Tiffany & Co / 18165a makers 4843 / sterling silver / 925-1000 / M (Tiffany mark for 1907-1947). No monogram. SIZE: 2-1/2″ h x 8-1/2″ dia. Total weight: 13 tr. oz. CONDITION: Slight creases in bottom, good. 50567-65 (200-400) – Lot 3044

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3045

SET OF TWELVE SILVER-PLATED SHELL DISHES BY TIFFANY & CO.

Marked on base Tiffany & Co/Makers Silver-Soldered-E.P./9331/10. Small shells supported by three snail feet and each having a script triple monogram. SIZE: 4-1/2″ x 3-3/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 50802-12 (200-400) – Lot 3045

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3046

IMPORTANT SOLID 18K GOLD NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY MEDALLION BY TIFFANY & COMPANY.

The medallion marked on the edge “18kt. Gold M”. M indicating the time period when this was made by Tiffany (1907-1947). The inscription on the back “TO/ERNEST A. COSTAIN IN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION/OF THIRTY YEARS SERVICES/TO THE/ZOOLOGICAL STUDY/1929”. The bottom of the back marked “Tiffany & Co”. The front having a central relief of a ram’s head below which is “founded 1895” below which is a spread-wing American Eagle and the words New York Zoological Society surrounding the medallion. Housed in its original dark brown gold trim hinged box, marked “Tiffany & Co/New York/Paris-London”. That also contained in a cardboard box marked the same in as found condition. SIZE: 1-3/4″ d. TOTAL WEIGHT: 44 grams (1.4 tr. oz). CONDITION: Very good. 50463-7 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3046

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3047

8-PIECE DAUM NANCY LIQUOR SET, 10 CUT GLASS GOBLETS & 2 CUT GLASS DISHES.

Cordial set consisting of six 3″ glasses with black bases (marked “Daum-Nancy”) & clear tops, 10-1/2″ dia. round tray & matching 10″ decanter (unmarked). 6-1/2″ h goblets with a half-diamond point style cutting, monogrammed. Pair of 10″ x 6-1/2″ oval cut serving bowls with similar cutting. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: One oval dish with thumbnail size flake, otherwise very good. 50012-130 (100-200) – Lot 3047

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3048
Revised: 8/18/2016

Please Note: After additional research we have determined this this is not by A.F. Hollming and not Faberge and therefore we do not guarantee the maker. It is Russian silver & enamel.

RUSSIAN FABERGE SILVER, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DESK CLOCK BY A F HOLLMING.

The case having an easel back, rectangular front with blue enameling, having overlaid silver curtain swags and ribbons, accented with four small diamond chips. The outer silver frame topped by a ribbon crest. Bottom marked with the Faberge hallmark “88” (916.6 silver) with makers mark “A*H” (A. F. Hollming). The back movement housing also hallmarked the same. Unsigned movement having a white face, black hands, surrounded by a wreath frame, set with four diamond chips (two of which are missing). Accompanying the clock is a 2″ wreath decorated watch key. SIZE: 4″ h x 2-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Good, unknown working order. 36368-1 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3048

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3049

RUSSIAN SILVER, AGATE, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DESK CLOCK.

The clock having a stepped two-piece rose colored agate case, mounted to a silver frame base with decorated edge and four winged claw feet. The base marked with a head facing right a small “a” and “88” (916.6 silver St. Petersburg region). The clock housing in silver with a green enamel wreath surround, accented by four small diamond chips. The movement having a white face with gold hands, unmarked. The housing marked with the same silver mark also “AR” in a rectangle. Accompanying the clock is a 1-1/4″ long watch key set with a light red stone presumably a ruby. SIZE: 4-3/4″ h x 4″ w x 2″ deep. CONDITION: Unknown working order, otherwise very good. 36368-2 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3049

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3050

FABULOUS RUSSIAN-STYLE ENAMEL KVOSH AND FRENCH LIMOGES FRAMED ROUND PLAQUE.

1) 6″ long x 2-1/2″ high kvosh having brilliant enamels in blue, green, white and red. Four large gold enamel petals on interior and unmarked silver back. A very unusual feature is that some of the enamel work on the edges and handle are visible from both sides and when lit from the bottom provide a stain glass effect. Certainly first half of the 20th century or earlier. 2) Round, enamel plaque of a young girl shoulder/bust wearing a blue headscarf and gold and red dress. It is signed on the front “FG”. Housed in a French brass colored frame with ribbon and basket of flower crest. SIZE: Enamel: 2-1/2″ diameter. Overall: 6-1/2″ x 4-1/2″. CONDITION: Kvosh: very good. Frame: enamel is very good. 50647-17 (600-700) – Lot 3050

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3051

INTERESTING ENAMEL AND JEWELED SILVERED BRONZE COMPOTE.

Eastern European, possibly Russian. This small size compote with intricate designs and embellishments as follows: 4″ diameter red glass dish with top rim mounting in silvered metal, having inset shell and turquoise beads. The two handles are topped by a half-winged woman, the wings in white enamel. She rests on a green and black enameled surround. The top of her head set with a light green stone. Below this, is a cast figure of a nude woman wrapping around a C-scroll. The shaft having a single figure of a nude woman (Eve) holding a branch. The support of the top is a snake. Eve stands amongst flower leaves and the flowers are of single pearl-like beads. Eve has a necklace of three red stones (possibly rubies). The cylinder shape of base supported by four legs which are made of a woman ending in claw-feet. The base having jade colored beads and red tones, the hub decorated with blue and green enamel. The four posts inset with what appears to be emerald and ruby stones. No mark found, probably last half of the 19th century. SIZE: 8″ h x 7″ w. CONDITION: There are bends to some of the elements. The stones have been untested and some are rough. 50389-26 (800-1,200) – Lot 3051

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3052

MICRO MOSAIC SCENIC DECORATED CROSS.

This Grand Tour item, having four round scenes with buildings, four panels of flowers with black ground and two other panels with turquoise ground. Smaller crosses are embedded within the nodules of the cross. Unsigned, 1st quarter of the 20th Century. SIZE: 11″ h x 7-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Only a few minor losses, generally very good. 50311-1 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3052

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3053

BRONZE MECHANICAL SINGING BIRD MUSIC BOX.

Rectangular box having a small oval hinged lid which opens and reveals a bird which turns and chirps. Key wind on base, key present. Filigree type decoration, unmarked. SIZE: 2″ h x 4″ w x 2-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Not in working condition. Does wind, lid opens, bird moves but no sound. 50012-110 (500-800) – Lot 3053

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3054

OUTSTANDING HANDPAINTED AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL FOLDING FAN RETAILED BY TIFFANY & COMPANY, NEW YORK.

Fan with eighteen parts, bottom of each part in pierce carved mother-of-pearl decorated in gold and black highlights. The two end pieces being full-length. When opened, there is a central panel of a classical scene with five figures in a landscape. Signed eligible. The fan housed in what appears to be its original box marked “Tiffany & Co, Fifth Avenue, New York”. SIZE: 9″ x 17-1/2″ open. CONDITION: Box has some light soiling, otherwise very good. 50389-25 (600-800) – Lot 3054

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3055

THREE-PIECE EMILIO FIASCHI SIGNED ALABASTER CENTERPIECE/PLANTER HELD UP BY THREE PUTTI.

The three-pieces comprised of a 2″ high curved cut cornered eight-sided base. The 10″ center section, having three putti supporting a down tapering shaft. The 9″ top section being a tapered vase with molded rim, having four incised panels, three with floral designs; the front side having a cherub wrestling with a lion. The coloration of the whole being white with brownish highlights. SIZE: Total size: 21″ h x 11″ at widest. CONDITION: Generally very good, the top vase having a natural fissure with parts filled and minor roughness to rim. 50932-2 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3055

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3056

TWO RUSSIAN SILVER AND PAINTED WOOD ICONS.

Lot includes: 1) Depicting Mother of God with child. The removable silver overlay front marked with Russian hallmarks “84 (875 Silver) Moscow Assayer mark of “I. Avdeyev” (1852-1862), makers mark “AA”. Another hallmark is illegible. The painting on wood having a consolidated varnish layer with a great early patina. The metal work having an addition of a rayed halo, which also is marked the same. 2) Silver overlay icon of the Christ figure holding a book, signed in Cyrillic. Hallmarked “84” with face facing left (.875 silver), maker “cr” and is unknown. The oil on wood painting, having consolidate varnished layer, the silver frame polished. SIZE: 1) Overall: 9″ x 7″. 2 )Overall: 9″ x 7″. CONDITION: 1) One little break below neck of overlay, some rays at top with minor losses and bends, otherwise good. 2) Generally very good, otherwise as noted above. 50547-6 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3056

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3057

SIX MINIATURE ICONS.

The lot consists of: 1) 2-3/4″ x 2-1/2″ metal overlay icon of Mother of God and Child, having Cyrillic title on bottom, probably Russian. 2) 2-3/4″ x 2-1/4″ Russian metal overlay icon of a saint with cutout for face and hands. Signed on edge “84” and blurred hallmarks. 3) 2-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ 20th century icon of Mother of God and Child. This is a metal overlay and print. 4) 2-1/2″ x 2″ oval silver framed icon of Mother of God, the frame having a detached halo, with a Russian inscription and hallmarked “84” and a “delta” for Moscow. Makers mark “A O”. Hallmark the same in two other locations. Nice quality and patina. 5) 2″ square cast brass icon with central figure and four corner figures. 6) 4″ x 3″ painted wood icon having title in Cyrillic, a figure above a large group of saints. Along with a modern pinch-back oval pendant and a piece of wood with Russian writing. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Some of the metal overlay is damaged and consolidation to varnish to paintings, otherwise good. 50547-7 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3057

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3058

TWO ICONS AND TWO PAINTINGS.

Lot consists of: 1) 10-1/2″ x 8″ gilt metal overlay painted wood icon of a figure surrounded by cherubs. With an applied halo and crown. Appears to be unmarked. 2) 7″ x 5-1/2″ Russian gilt silver overlay icon of Mother of God and Child marked on edge “84”, makers mark “NE”. 3) Small framed print of Jesus with two saints, with Cyrillic writing above each and penned inscription in Russian on reverse. 4) Watercolor, unsigned but has an inscription on reverse SIZE: 1 & 2) s noted above. 3) Site: 7″ x 6″. Overall: 10-1/4″ x 9-1/4″. 4) Site: 14-1/2″ x 9-1/2″, Overall: 16-3/4″ x 11-3/4″. CONDITION: 1& 2) Some bending to edges, good. 3) Surface dirt, some cracking damage to wood. 4) good. 50547-8 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3058

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3059

OUTSTANDING PAIR OF RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL STYLE CUT GLASS MOUNTED GILT BRONZE & BRASS CHANDELIERS.

The matched pair having a central clear glass inverted shade surrounded by two rings supported by small brass arms which hold crystal prism drops. The top section having a large clear smoke bell supporting six curving arms which hold crystal prisms. A central rod holding a fixture with three lights. SIZE: 42″ h x 18″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good with good wiring. 50800-173 (4,000-8,000) – Lot 3059

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3060

ROCOCO REVIVAL CARVED GILT THREE PANEL DRESSING SCREEN WITH LANDSCAPE PAINTED PANELS.

Late 19th century, Central Europe. Each gilt and carved panel surmounted by pierced foliate scrolled crests centering a classical putto’s mask. The outer most hinged panels with free standing acanthus and water leaf carved spiral twist columns with pineapple finials. The bases with foliate carvings. Each panel with pierce carved apron carved with scrolling grape vines and floral filled urns. The whole raised on suppressed ribbed Flemish feet. Each of the three panels with an oil on canvas of classical ruins in a landscape, each allegorical painting of courting scenes. The verso with pleated silk panels. SIZE: 85-1/2″ h of center panel x 76″ l overall. CONDITION: The deep relief carvings in generally fine condition with losses to gilt surface, most severe on left panel facing. The gilding has been lost in areas to the layer of gesso. The painted panels with small spot losses to pigment, most notable in center of central panel where pigment is crackled and lifting somewhat from the canvas. Paint loss is minimal and restorable. Otherwise screen is in structurally good condition with normal and expected wear to the gilding at mid point of columns as a result of in use wear. 50743-2 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3060

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3061

CLASSICAL REVIVAL MARBLE TOP CONSOLE.

Second half 20th century. In the Egyptian taste, rectangular console with variegated green-black marble top above the frieze fitted with two aligned drawers raised on tapering square frontal legs surmounted by cast brass Egyptian busts and cast anthemion leaves, raised on cast brass feet. Table of mahogany veneer over oak secondary wood. SIZE: 31″ h x 51″ w x 23-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Marble top with multiple shallow roughness on edges. Wood surface original. Rear legs with reinforcing angle iron braces, otherwise good. 50494-25 (800-1,200) – Lot 3061

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3062

FRENCH ROCCOCO GILT WOOD CENTER TABLE IN THE LOUIS XV STYLE.

First quarter 20th century, France. The shaped gray/black breschia marble top set within a conforming top with gadrooned edge above the conforming frieze carved with central shell cartouches and S-scrolled volute and with opposing pierce carved floral sprays raised on foliate carved molded cabriole legs terminating in pointed feet applied with leaf tips. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 38″ l x 25″ w. CONDITION: Marble top very good with polished surface. Abrasion losses to areas of gilding minor in nature. Some minor losses to leaf tips. Structurally good. 50494-31 (800-1,200) – Lot 3062

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3063

PAIR OF PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL CANDELABRUM.

3rd quarter, 19th century, France or Holland. In oriental taste, each porcelain urn of bulbous form decorated with scenic aquatic and floral landscapes in underglaze blue with bittersweet overglaze decoration. delicate in nature, and gold gilt highlights. Mounted on a Neo-Classical style gilt metal base. Carved and molded with stylized bamboo and floral vinery guilloches and cast with broad leaves. Each mounted with a canister fit within porcelain urn and emitting cast metal floral candle arms with foliate candle cups and leaf tip form bobeches. Interior of each urn marked with conjoined “HL” and possible “E” in underglaze blue. SIZE: 26-1/2″ h. Approximate overall dia 15-1/2″. CONDITION: Porcelain in good condition overall, as are bases. Gilt metal candle arms good. One candle cup absent. Surface basically undisturbed. 50782-1 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3063

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3064

GILT BRONZE CENTERPIECE WITH FLINT GLASS INSERT.

Mid-19th century, France. The work of Louis-Emile Cana b. 1845. The bronze and dore bronze plateau raised on scrolled legs surmounted by crouching wolves. The plateau decorated with a border of grape vines, the interior with a mountainous forest landscape populated with quail, pheasant, rabbit, and other game. Signed “E. Cana”. The center of the plateau with gilt metal mount surmounted by displayed bronze hawks within which is fitted a flared flint glass vase. SIZE: 14″ h x 11″ dia. CONDITION: The plateau with original surface, now with areas of verdigris and light corrosion. Gilt surfaces with some wear due to cleaning, the trumpet vase with flea bites and minor roughness to edges of top lip, otherwise very good. 50647-16 (250-350) – Lot 3064

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3065

TLINGIT DECORATED BASKET AND A WOVEN BALEEN BASKET.

1) Finely woven polychrome inbrocaded Tlingit basket, red, orange and purple design on dark brown ceder bark field. 2) Finely woven 2-toned baleen and bone contemporary basket, signed “Johnny Kayoulik” on interior bottom. SIZE: 1) 5″ h x 9″ dia. 2) 3″ h x 3-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: 1) Minor rim damage, split on edge of lid, otherwise good. 2) Very good. 50867-4 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3065

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3066

FINE PAINTED & CARVED NORTHWEST COAST RAVEN MASK.

1920’s. The mask adorned with feathers, a red felt back flap, and a pull which articulates the opening & closing of the jaw. The jaw having leather hinges and a rolled cloth neck cushion. Colors of red, green & black. SIZE: 13″ l x 5″ h. CONDITION: Carving & paint are very good. 50656-1 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 3066

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3067

TLINGIT CARVED OTTER BIRD TRANSFORMATION BOWL.

First quarter 20th century, carved alder wood with inset abalone eyes and shell inset into rim. SIZE: 11-1/2″ l x 5″ w CONDITION: Old dark stained surface, good. 50867-9 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3067

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3068

TLINGIT RATTLE AND PAIR OF ESKIMO SNOW GOGGLES.

First quarter 20th century, Carved cedar fish rattle with dark staining, old label “Gilford Islands”, surmounted with cedar bark handle. Finely carved cedar Eskimo snow goggles with original leather bindings. SIZE: Rattle 14-1/2″ l x 5″ w. Goggles 5-1/4″ l x 2″ w. CONDITION: Rattle is good overall. Goggles showing good use and patina, good overall. 50641-30 (300-500) – Lot 3068

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3069

LOT OF THREE CARVED NORTHWEST COAST ITEMS.

1) Late 19th century, ceder speaker staff carved with human and animal effigies. 2) Mid 20th century, carved Tlingit ceder candlesticks, finely carved of otter swallowing fish, bases are carved with bird design. 3) Second half 20th century. Carved Haida style polychrome ceder mask. SIZE: 1) 33-1/2″ l. 2) 8″ h x 3-1/2″ dia. 3) 10-1/2″ h x 9″ w. CONDITION: 1) Showing very good aged patina, minor in-use wear. 2) Good. 3) Cracked from forehead to chin, poorly repaired. 50867-5 (2,000-2,600) – Lot 3069

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3070

FINE TLINGIT SPOON.

Beautifully carved bowl with vines of flowers, the handle tapering with incised lines. Wonderful dark patina. SIZE: 9-3/4″ l. CONDITION: Top 2″ has been repaired & missing elements, bowl is very good. 50743-4 (500-700) – Lot 3070

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3071

TLINGIT TOTEM POLE.

Early 20th century, attributed to Charles James, carved and polychrome painted totem pole, ceder, finely carved figures including bird, man and fish with stylized designs. SIZE: 17″ h x 9-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Shows good in-use wear, minor flaking to paint, old repair crack to one wing, old collection tag on bottom. 50867-8 (5,000-6,000) – Lot 3071

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3072

ESKIMO FIGURAL CARVED ANTLER CANE OR STAFF TOP.

19th century, Finely carved depicting two stylized Eskimos holding on to central shaft. SIZE: 3-1/2″ l x 3″ w. CONDITION: Showing good patina with very old shellac surface. 50641-34 (800-1,200) – Lot 3072

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3073

DECORATED BONE ESKIMO SNOW KNIFE.

An unusual article made out of bone with a curved blade and notched handle. The top edge decorated with small circles & lines. Wonderful patina and nice smooth surface. SIZE: 10-1/2″ l x 1-1/2″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 50641-2 (500-600) – Lot 3073

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3074

TWO HAIDA ARGILLITE FIGURES.

Late 19th century. 1) Smaller woman nicely carved, almost folk-art quality carving of possibly a white lady with full dress with bun hairstyle. 2) Finely carved depicting Haida woman with labret in mouth, carved necklace, crossed arms, pleated skirt and elaborately carved hair. Bottom is hollowed out with crudely carved feet. SIZE: 1) 6-7/8″ t x 3-1/4″ w. 2) 7-1/2″ t x 2-5/8″ w. CONDITION: 1) Minor chip to center of forehead, chip on base, otherwise good. 2) Minor scratches, otherwise good. 50867-1 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 3074

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3075

GREAT LAKES DOG EFFIGY LADLE.

Mid 19th century, finely carved maple ladle with handle terminating in stylized dog’s head. SIZE: 8-3/4″ l x 6″ w CONDITION: Shows good old patina, very good overall. 50641-26 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3075

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3076

IROQUOIS LADLE WITH CARVED HANDLE.

Mid 19th century, finely carved walnut Iroquois spoon. SIZE: 7-1/4″ l x 4-5/8″ w CONDITION: Good honest old patina, showing good in-use wear. 50641-24 (700-900) – Lot 3076

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3077

19TH CENTURY NORTHEAST WOODLANDS MAPLE EFFIGY SCOOP.

Nicely carved bear effigy handle with chipped carved relief on top side. SIZE: 9-1/4″ l x 5-3/4″ w CONDITION: Showing good in-use wear and patina. 50384-7 (800-1,200) – Lot 3077

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3078

GREAT LAKES LADLE WITH MAPLE SWANS HEAD.

Mid 19th century, finely carved shaped handle terminating in stylized swans head. SIZE: 9-1/4″ l x 5-3/8″ w CONDITION: Excellent old patina, good in-use wear, about 1″ long tight crack in spoon with two drilled holes one is plugged, probably from an old repair. 50641-25 (700-900) – Lot 3078

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3079

TREEN BUTTER SKIMMER.

Late 19th century, Treen or also known as clam shell butter skimmer in carved ash. SIZE: 7-1/2″ l x 4-1/4″ w 1-1/4″ t. CONDITION: Showing good patina, with some staining, otherwise good. 50641-27 (300-400) – Lot 3079

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3080

FINE FIGURAL CARVED WOOD CANOE CUP AND TWO ZUNI BOLO TIES.

1) Fine carved canoe cup having a round bowl with kissing otters forming a heart. The back side having a carved brook trout. The edge of the bowl with chip carving and simulated wave. 2) Two Zuni bolo ties, one with thunderbird in silver & inlaid with colorful stone. The other depicting a dancing Kachina in silver with colorful accents to the costume. Th necklace of leather braid with one silver decoration present (other 3 missing) SIZE: 1) 5″ x 2-3/4″. 2) Thunderbird is 1-1/2″ h; Kachina 3″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Generally good. 50384-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3080

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3081

HERIZ ORIENTAL CARPET. NORTHWEST PERSIA.

First third 20th century. The central arabesque poled medallion with blue-black ground in a terracotta red field with dense geometric floral and foliate design within pale indigo and celadon spandrels all within a scrolling main border of geometric flower heads. SIZE: 7’8″ x 11’6″. CONDITION: With overall wear, moderate in 1/3 of carpet. Rug retains vibrant palette. Losses to end fringe otherwise good. 50567-4 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3081

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3082

ROCOCO REVIVAL CARVED OAK OVAL DINING TABLE.

Third quarter 19th century, possibly New York. The oval top with beveled edge fitted with four additional leaves joined to a faceted split pedestal base profusely carved with foliate fruit clusters, each leg applied with square variegated green/black marble appliques. SIZE: 27-1/2″ h x 58″ l x 52″ w. Three leaves 18-1/2″ w x 52″ l. One leaf 9-1/2″ w x 52″ l. CONDITION: Table retains original surface, somewhat soiled with undisturbed patina on base, top somewhat lighter due to frequent cleaning and use. Minor nicks and small losses to leaf tips on base, otherwise good. NOTE: Three leaves are constructed of pine with oak molded edges. 50647-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 3082

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3083

RARE AND FINE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED OAK SIDEBOARD.

Third quarter 19th century, probably New York. The arched molded foliate and fruit carved crest centering a clock marked “Paul Gagnier/Paris” on the enamel dial amongst scrolling carved elements all above a molded shaped shelf raised on carved supports. Back panel fitted with four recessed green/black marble panels. Sideboard base with molded top above two aligned drawers flanked by two pivoting drawers with curved fronts above open shelves centering a pair of cupboard doors, each inset with marble panels as above, all on a molded plinth. The whole constructed of quarter sawn oak. SIZE: 92″ h x 91″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: One cracked marble panel second from left facing, otherwise with minor cracks, splits and small losses to carvings. 50647-2 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3083

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3084

ROCOCO REVIVAL CARVED OAK BOOKCASE.

Third quarter 19th century, possibly New York. The molded and scrolled cornice crested with a carved fruit cluster and flanked by turned finials. The case with two glass panel doors surmounted by scrolling carved foliage opening to an interior fitted with two adjustable shelves stepped back on lower case fitted with two aligned molded drawers above the foliate carved molded apron. SIZE: 8’11” h x 66″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Bookcase retains original surface, now dry and crusty with mellow patina. Structurally good overall. 50647-3 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3084

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3085

ITHACA DOUBLE DIAL HORTONS PATENT CALENDAR SHELF CLOCK.

Circa 1870, patented 1866 Ithaca Clock Company, Ithaca, NY. The walnut domed case applied with burl panels. The edge molded, the upper dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and time strike apparatuses, above the secondary dial with 31 day outer ring and apparatuses for the day of the week and month of the year. The original dial face with company logo above, “H.B. Hortons Patent/April 18, 1865 and August 28, 1866/ Ithaca Calendar Clock Company/Ithaca, N.Y.”. SIZE: 25″ h x 11-1/2″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: With original old finish, overall generally good. Original dials. 49421-90 (500-700) – Lot 3085

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3086

GOTHIC REVIVAL WALNUT CALENDAR REGULATOR CLOCK.

First quarter 20th century, Northern Germany. This large and heavily carved regulator with peaked molded cornice beneath a scrolled crest with turned finials, a classical cast brass mask in the frieze above the bevel glass paneled door surmounted by Byzantine columns with scrolled brass capitals above cast brass female busts. Cast grotesque masks are mounted at either side of the base of door on corbels. The door with beveled glass plates. The interior fitted with a clock and calendar movement above a pendulum window, all with cast brass facings and with polychrome painted and foliate decorated back plates. The clock face with silvered Roman numeral chapter ring centering time and strike apertures with enameled inner dial. The calendar movement with three apertures, the upper aperture with days of the week, the central aperture is for the number of the date of the month, and the lower aperture with months of the year, all on silk and rotating on drums. The pendulum aperture with cast brass ring, reveals a burnished and etched brass pendulum with silvered outer ring. The pendulum decorated with entwined serpents around a central torch inscribed “VERITATEM APERIT DIES”. The molded base with carved corbels and pendant turned finials with scrolling apron with cast-brass elements of pineapple and scallop shells. SIZE: 57″ h x 20″ l 10″ w. CONDITION: The case and all cast elements in very good condition as are the dials and decorated back plates. The spring driven eight day brass movement striking on a bell is only partially assembled, missing the bell, winder and possibly missing additional cogs. The days of the week and months of the year appear intact, the 31 day silk strip is torn in half. 50743-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3086

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3087

“DIAMOND” VICTORIAN CAST-IRON AND BRASS DENTAL CHAIR.

Last quarter 19th century, American. The fully adjustable chair now covered in tufted red velvet upholstery with adjustable head and back and able to recline and swivel, on original brass and chrome-plated base. Multiple footrest cast with scrolling designs and company logo. The iron footrest stenciled with the company name “Diamond”. SIZE: 42″ h x 21″ w (overall) x 52″ l (approximately). CONDITION: Structurally very good, all parts appear serviceable and capable of operating. Very good overall. 50898-3 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3087

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3088

FINE AND RARE PAIR OF ALLEGORICAL COPPER RELIEF ‘SHIELDS’.

Last quarter 19th century, Massachusetts. These rare examples illustrate the use of a then newly invented process of electroplating. Invented and patented by the maker Robert Hill Barre, born in Glasgow, Scotland who emigrated to Everett, Massachusetts. He succeeded in receiving a US patent August 12, 1879 which was for “improvement in reproducing objects by electricity”, a fore runner of today’s electroplating process. These shields are the product of the plating process for which Robert Barre received his patent. The first is a beautifully executed and detailed depiction of the story of Adam and Eve illustrated in three separate panels, the second depicts the battle between the Archangel Michael and the fallen angel Lucifer. SIZE: 1) 34″ h x 26″ w. 2) 35″ h x 26-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: Designed and executed by Robert Hill Barre 1838-1913, by descent through the family to the current owner. A copy of his patent document and emigration papers is included with this lot. CONDITION: Surface of each sh ield age darkened and tarnished but structurally intact and in overall very good condition. 50548-3 (750-1,250) – Lot 3088

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3089

FOUR FINE PIECES OF RARE QUIMPER POTTERY.

1 & 2) Pair of 13″ long bellows formed wall pockets. One showing a Bretonne carrying grapes; the other a Bretonne carrying a baby. First “HB” mark on rear (late 19th century). Rare to find a pair in this condition. 3) Fine two handled banett. Tray decorated with a Breton and Bretonne within a nicely drawn leaf and flower border with outer cobalt blue and rust squiggle. Marked on front “HR Quimper” (circa 1910). Reference: pg 123 of O’Neill’s book on Quimper pottery showing the demi- fantastik border. 4) 9″ diameter by 4-1/2″ high compote decorated with a Bretonne in profile, flanked by red, green and blue florals. “AP” mark on base (late 19th century). Reference: pg 23 of O’Neill’s book on Quimper pottery for an example of the Couronnes border SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1 & 2) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus; 4) Acquired from a Vermont collector. CONDITION: 1 & 2) Very good to excellent, with vivid coloring. One glazed chip off tip of bellows. 3) Very good to excellent 4) Craquelure, some bubble burst to glaze, minor chips to underneath base, otherwise good. 50592-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3089

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3090

OUTSTANDING LOT OF EIGHT PIECES OF RARE QUIMPER POTTERY.

Lot including: 1 & 2) Pair of 11-3/4″ high x 8″ wide Porquier-Beau glazed Terra-cotta wall plaques, one with Breton; other with Bretonne. Marked on rear with “PB” mark (circa 1890’s). 3) 11-1/2″ x 8″ Porquier-Beau plaque decorated with a Breton wearing hat and carrying whip. Early “PB” mark (circa early 1890’s). 4) 11″ x 7-1/4″ wall plaque with Bretonne, unmarked probably Malicorne (late 19th century. 5) An interesting 13-1/2″ triple coronet wall pocket with fine detailed Breton and Bretonne, with coat-of-arms Fleur-dis-lis and floral sprays. Marked on bottom “HR Quimper”. Also marked to the right of the Bretonne. 6 & 7) Pair of 11-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ door push plates. Both have a shell and decor-riche motif, one with Breton, the other with Bretonne. Marked on front and back “HR” (circa 1920’s). 8) Interesting 8″ high standing bagpipe-shaped vase with Breton and Bretonne on one side and coat-of-arms “Bretagne” and floral sprays. marked on base “HR Quimper” (circa 1900-1920). Reference: pg 56 of O’Neill’s book on Quimper pottery. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1 & 2) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 5) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 6 & 7) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1 & 2) Very good to excellent. 3) Very good to excellent. 4) Very good, some inconsistencies in the blue edge which may have been touched up. 5) Very good, slight roughness to tip at bottom. 6 & 7) Bretonne piece has professional restoration, otherwise very good. 8) Very good. 50592-5 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3090

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3091

SIX PIECES OF RARE QUIMPER.

Lot includes: 1 & 2) Pair of 9″ Porquier-Beau plates, both marked “PB” on rear, one marked “Hannevec”; The rims with deep blue foliate border and have a shield, the centers vividly decorated, one with two women and child; the other with two women, child and older man at grave site. 3) 8-1/2″ diameter shaped Porquier-Beau coupe with 1st period “PB” mark A green and gold border with shield and displaying a seated seamstress. 4 & 5) Pair of Malicorne 9-1/2″ plates. The plates having “PB X” mark removed (after settlement of patent suit). One plate having title on base “Bannalec”, with decoration showing a man with child; the other showing a woman with child. The plates having a brown and cobalt blue border. 6) 12-1/2″ diameter, ruffled edge charger. The ruffle edge with red highlights, and circular gold ring design with an inner band of scrolls surrounding a central dancing couple. Marked on front “HR Quimper”, also marked on the base with the same mark. This piece has a hanger for wall display. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1 & 2) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus; 3) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus; 4 & 5) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus; 6. Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1 & 2) Very good to excellent. 3) Very good to excellent. 4 & 5)Very good to excellent. 6) Very good to excellent. 50592-3 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3091

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3092

LOT OF FOUR FINE AND RARE QUIMPER POTTERY PIECES.

Lot including: 1) 16″ high magnificent vase with domestic scene depicting two Breton’s and Bretonne in an interior setting, surrounded by decor-riche motif with cobalt blue ground and gold and orange foliate scrolls. The backside having a large spray of flowers. The base marked “Henriot Quimper 154” and also signed at base of scene “Henriot Quimper”. 2) 15-1/2″ high bulbous vase decorated with Breton and Bretonne and coat-of-arms surrounded by a deep blue decor-riche motif. The backside having a floral spray of pink flowers, the base marked “Henriot Quimper 13” in deep blue. Also, signed beside Bretonne “Henri Quimper”. 3) Large 10-1/2″ high x 11-1/2″ wide two-handled bulbous vase. The front showing a Breton playing a flute to a Bretonne sitting with a basket. The backside with floral sprays and the rest with blue foliate scrolls on a yellow ground. Two-handles in top rim with light blue sponge decoration. Marked on base “HB Quimper 972″ (circa 1910’s-1920’s). 4) Outstanding 9-3/4” heart-shaped, 8-hole tulipiere decorated with a Bertonne on one side and floral spray on the other. Mark to base “Henriot Quimper France” (circa 1930). SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good to excellent. 2) A couple of minor glaze chips, generally very good. 3) Very good to excellent. 4) Minor roughness and small chip to base, otherwise very good to excellent. 50592-9 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3092

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3093

FOUR OUTSTANDING PIECES OF QUIMPER POTTERY.

Lot including: 1) Magnificent, large and rare 9-1/2″ high x 15-1/2″ wide fan vase decorated on the front side with a Breton bagpiper and Bretonne spinner. They sit in a panoramic landscape. The backside, having a coat of arms with two rampant dogs and floral sprays with crown. The base having opposing gold dragons with stylized Fleur-dis-lis. A black “HB” mark on base (circa 1905). 2) 8″ high x 10-1/2″ wide fan vase having Breton and Bretonne on front and floral sprays on reverse. Dolphin fish base with fan design. Titled between figures: “Piriac”. Marked on base “Henriot Quimper” (circa 1920’s-1930’s). 3) 7-1/2″ high vase with swan-head handles, having a Bretonne with bowl on head on front and a shield coat-of-arms on reverse, signed “DL” (LUD) on base with “245 + 3”. 4) Large 14-1/2″ high Jack in the Pulpit vase with leaf base, having Bretonne on front with Decor Riche border. Signed on top of base “HR Quimper” (circa 1910-1920). SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1) Some minor glaze flecks, very good to excellent. 2) Very good to excellent. 3) Very good to excellent. 4) Small flake under top rim, very good. 50592-8 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3093

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3094

LOT OF QUIMPER PLANTERS, FIVE IN THE FORM OF DUCKS.

Lot to include: 1) 11″ high duck planter with nice coloring, marked “HB” (late 19th century) on bottom. 2) 11-1/2″ high duck planter with Bretonne on chest, signed “HB Quimper” on the side and marked on base “HB Quimper France 336 4″ (circa 1930). 3) 9-3/4” high duck planter with coat-of-arms on chest and “Grande Maison” written on pedestal(late 19th century). 4 & 5) Pair of 7-1/4″ high duck planters with Bretonnes on chest, one signed below “HB Quimper”; both signed on base “HB Quimper France 336”. 6) 4″ high x 9″ long shoe planter with Breton and Bretonne decoration, marked “HB” on base (circa late 19th century). 7) 8-3/4″ high x 8-3/4 wide moon shaped planter with upside down heart opening, set on four blue feet and having decoration of Breton and Bretonne on front and flowers on rear. Mark on base is “Henriot Quimper France” (circa 1920s-1930s). SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 3) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1) Very good to excellent, one minuscule flake on underside of beak. 2)Very minuscule glazed chip to beak, otherwise very good. 3) Very good to excellent. 4 & 5) Very good. 6) Very good to excellent, only minor roughness at base edges. 7) Appears that the tip at the top edge has been retouched, otherwise very good to excellent. 50592-7 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3094

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3095

SEVEN RARE PIECES OF QUIMPER POTTERY INCLUDING TWO STAND-UP MENUS.

Lot includes 1 & 2): 7″ x 4-1/2″ Porquier-Beau stand-up menus, each decorated with a yellow Fleur-dis-lis and “Menu”. One has a bag piper, the other a woman with basket. The unique feature is that one has a partially written menu. Blue “PB” marked to back (late 19th century) also retaining oval labels from Le Breus. 3) Legends 10″ plate with Breton and Bretonne with dragon. Titled: “Le Diable Trompe (Legende Bretonne) Porquier-Beau mark (late 19th century). Reference: pg 38 for this series by Alfred Beau. 4) 13″ x 17-1/2” oval platter showing a wedding party marked “Noce Bretonne”. The back marked “HB” (late 19th century). 5) 11-1/2″ x 15″ platter decorated with Breton and Bretonne titled “Pont-de-Buis”. Black “HB” mark to reverse (late 19th century). 6) 7-1/4″ x 3-1/2″ leaf dish having “PB” mark (late 19th century) with coat of arms from “Brest”. The leaf dish decorated with flowers (from the Botanical series). 7) 5″ x 6″ shaped plate with a Porquier-Beau mark (late 19th century). The piece decorated with a coat-of-arms “Brest”. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 5) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus; 6) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1 & 2) Some foot roughness, generally very good. 3) Professionally restored, very good. 4) Very good to excellent with some evident unglazed areas in the making. 5) A couple of unglazed areas on rim, very good to excellent. 6) Very good to excellent. 7) Very good. As noted above, otherwise very good. 50592-4 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3095

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3096

FINE LOT OF SIX PIECES OF RARE QUIMPER POTTERY.

Lot of six including: 1) 9-1/2″ diameter deep plate/shallow bowl decorated with an 8-pointed blue and white star with center being a moon face “Moon Face”, marked with an early blue “HB” (mid to late 19th century). 2) 8-1/4″ diameter plate decorated with a windmill, titled” ” Villa du Molin Rouge”, “HB” mark (late 19th century). A very rare decoration. 3) Unusual 9-1/2″ diameter ruffle edge plate with butterfly handles. The scalloped border in deep blue with two applied colorful butterflies. The interior with dancing Breton and Bretonne, surrounded by sprays of flowers. Signed lower left “HR Quimper”. Note: accompanying this piece is the August 1991 magazine “Collector Editions” with this piece on the cover. On bottom, marked “HR Quimper”. 4) 9-1/2″ plate decorated with a Bretonne in profile. Bottom marked “HR” (circa 1900). 5 & 6) Fine pair of “Le Croisic” form Quimper bowls, one having a Breton and Bretonne holding hands marked “HB” on base in deep blue; the other with flutist and bagpiper marked “HB” on base. Both wired for wall hanging (late 19th century). Note: probably made from 18th century molds. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 1) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 2) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 3) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus (illustrated in her book on pg 57); 5 & 6) Acquired from Sandra Bondhus. CONDITION: 1) Some minor edge roughness, otherwise very good. 2) Professional restoration, craquelure very good. 3) Very good to excellent. 4) A very small, fine hairline on edge, hardly worth noting. Otherwise very good. 5 & 6) Very minor edge roughness, very good. 50592-2 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3096

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3097

LOT OF THREE QUIMPER POTTERY PIECES AND SIX DECORATED WOOD PIECES BY PAUL FOUILLEN.

1) 13-1/4″ x 17-1/2″ shaped platter with a “VB” Normandie with a “+..” mark to base (circa 1930). The platter is decorated with Bretonne and two suitors each with a poem written below. 2 & 3) A pair of 7″ diameter plates marked “HB Quimper XX.X” to base (circa 1925). The plates have a blue scalloped edge, strawberry border; one having a Breton, the other having a Bretonne. 4) 13-1/2″ x 18″ handpainted wood tray. The tray decorated with a colorful market scene with six figures in a village, having two handles and glass top (circa 1930’s) and having a carved “Quimper Deposee FP” mark to bottom. 5 & 6) A pair of 13-1/4″ diameter round wall plaques, one showing a Breton eating and looking out the window, the other a Bretonne churning butter (circa 1930). Both signed on front “P. Fouillen”. Also, having the factory mark on bottom “Quimper Depossee PF”. 7) 5-1/2″ x 4″ jewelry box decorated with Breton and Bretonne lighting pipes (circa 1930), factory mark to bottom “Quimper Deposee PF”. 8) 5″ diameter round, covered jewelry box with Bretonne in profile, signed on top “P. Fouillen” and having factory mark on bottom “Quimper Depossee PF”. 9) 8″ square wooden hinged box. Top decorated with a Breton serving bread (circa 1930), signed on top “P. Fouillen”, factory mark to bottom “Quimper Depossee PF”. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey collection; 2) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 3) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1) Fine craquelure, bottom rim chip, otherwise very good to excellent. 2 & 3) Professional restoration to edges of rim, otherwise very good. 4) Some grain lines visible, generally very good. 5 & 6) Very good, small hairline. 7) Very good. 8) Very good. 9) Very good. 50592-6 (2,500-4,000) – Lot 3097

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3098

NINETEEN PIECES OF RARE QUIMPER POTTERY.

Lot including: 1) 4-1/2″ high x 9″ wide early compote with Bretonne holding basket having demi-fantastik border. “HR” mark to base (late 19th/early 20th century). 2) 7″ fluted, covered teapot with Bretonne and Breton decoration. A green sponge decorated handle and floral decorated lid. Below the Breton is marked “HR Quimper”. The piece having demi-fantastik on cover and body of teapot. 3-10) 4″ long x 2-1/4″ high knife rests (4 male, 4 female, all in recumbent pose) marked “HB Quimper” on inside of each bottom (circa 1904-1968). 11) 2-1/2″ high x 4″ deep matching tea bag holder for the above knife rests. The woman is seated with arms outstretched, marked underneath “HB Quimper” (circa 1904-1968). 12 & 13) Pair 14-1/2″ diameter Melonniers, decorated with a decor-riche border encircling a charming couple in vivid colors and the other with two Breton musicians, each with a crest of Brittany at the top, the handles with scallop shells having a sponged green edge. Reference: page 66 of O’Neill’s book of Quimper pottery. Both marked “Henriot Quimper” (circa 1925-1935). 14 & 15) Pair of 10″ diameter scalloped edge plates with bold designs and unusual light blue floral border, one having two Bretonnes; one standing and one kneeling. The other, a Breton smoking a pipe standing beside a Bretonne in costumes. Both marked on top and base “HR Quimper” (circa early 20th century). 16) 9-1/2″ wedding plate with Breton and Bretonne encircled by a border pattern of alternating panels with sprays of flowers and crests of Brittany. The front and base marked “HR Quimper” (circa 1910). Reference: pg 92 of O’Neill’s book on Quimper potter for similar bordered plate. 17) 9-1/2″ costume plate, having a border of alternating floral and coat-of-arms. Marked on base “Henriot Quimper 144” (circa 1925-1935). Having a “Philippe Jamault” sticker to bottom. 18 & 19) Pair of 10-1/2″ scalloped edge plates with decor-riche borders, having a coat-of-arms. One is a wedding plate with Breton and Bretonne; the other a Bretonne with walking stick. Marked on base “Henriot Quimper” (circa 1920’s-1940’s). Reference: pg 66 of O’Neill’s book on Quimper pottery. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. PROVENANCE: From private New Jersey collection; 3-10) Purchased from a Vermont collector; 11) Purchased from a Vermont collector; 16) Acquired from Joan Datesman; 17) Acquired from Joan Datesman. 18 & 19) Acquired from Joan Datesman. CONDITION: 1) A few small glaze roughness areas to underside of top rim, otherwise very good. 2) Cover having flake off edge; teapot with rim roughness, otherwise very good. 3-10) One female with chip to base. 11) Very good. 12 & 13) Very good. 14 & 15) Very good. 16) Very good. 17) Very good. 18 & 19) Some light craquelure on one plate, otherwise very good. 50592-10 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3098

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3099

SWISS TWELVE TUNE 9 BELL CYLINDER MUSIC BOX.

3rd quarter, 19th century, Geneva, Switzerland. This nice example with 17″ cylinder playing 12 tunes with accompaniment of nine engraved and embossed bells. Menu of musical selections attached to hinged lid. Serial number 24956 1089 is written at bottom of menu. No additional markings are visible. Beneath hinged lid is additional lid with clear glass panel serving as dust cover. Comb is completely visible. Music box housed within burled walnut case. SIZE: 10-1/2″ h. 28-1/2″ l. 13″ d. CONDITION: Musical mechanism is functional. Two tines on comb are broken. Otherwise intact. Musical selection offers ten selections on card, two have been left vacant. 50685-1 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3099

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3100

SUPERIOR AND RARE FULL ORGAN SWISS MUSIC BOX BY PIALLARD VAUCHER FILS.

Circa 1877, Sainte Croix, Switzerland. Serial number 547. Fine example completely and professionally restored by Reg Smith of Dahlonega, Georgia, and is accompanied by written document and CD of restoration. 10-3/4″ cylinder plays twelve operatic airs by Verdi, Handel, Donazetti, Rossini, Faust, and others. At rear of case is mounted a silvered arched tune selector with dial. Additionally marked “P.V.F.” 10-3/4″ cylinder played by forty three brass keys and a like number of reeds. Music box housed in a period rosewood veneered case with inlaid front and lid. Marquetry within rosewood and tulipwood cross-banded border. Cabinet fitted with cast brass Gothic Revival carrying handles. Note: On case frame beneath cylinder plate is written in pencil script Paillard Vaucher Fils Ste. Croix, Suisse”. SIZE: Case size 11-1/2″ h. Overall length 24-1/2″. 14″ d. PROVENANCE: From a southern Maine private collection. CONDITION: Movement has been professionally cleaned, restored, and calibrated, and is in very fine operating condition. Case has been professionally cleaned and polished. Very fine condition overall. 50467-1 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3100

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3100A

GEORGE BAKER & CO. 19-1/2″ CYLINDER MUSIC BOX.

8-tune music box with beautiful burled veneers with border inlay. Case has been restored, a new lid with original veneers, patched as necessary, and nicely refinished. Repaired splits to veneer on top lid. Ornate cast brass handles, possibly silver-plated, no tune card. Includes appropriately sized, but not matching table. SIZE: Case: 37″ l x 10-1/2″ h x 15″ d.; table: 54″ w x 29″ h x 22″ d. CONDITION: Beautiful rich tone. Nice not-too-old restoration, needs some damper regulation, retains original decal under glass cover. Powerful 2-spring drive mechanism. 16396-38 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3100A

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3100B

STELLA 17-1/4″ DISC BOX WITH 34 DISCS.

Nice large table top music box in mahogany case with heavily molded base & lid with large framed carving (24″ x 5-1/2″) on front, and drawer in bottom for disc storage. Inside of lid has large stencil of name “Stella”. This box has been beautifully restored & has a very pleasant tone. SIZE: 29″ w x 22″ d x 13-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Original finish and in very nice condition, except for a little normal wear. Right side may have been exposed to sun, finish is a little rough & light. All nickel is nicely polished & shows very well. Crack in lid. 16396-86 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3100B

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3101

TWO GIBSON BANJOS AND 12 STRING GUITAR.

Third quarter 20th century, Nashville, Tennessee. 1) Mastertone 5-string banjo, SN 203263 back of head. Neck and body of mahogany with rosewood sides, fret boards inlaid with abalone, accompanied by carrying case. 2) Gibson long neck 5-string banjo, SN 115901 impressed back of head, body mahogany and ebonized mahogany with rosewood fret boards. Offered with original carrying case including extra string and winders. 3) Gibson 12-string “Natural Model 45″ guitar. Model number B-45-12-N, SN 282231 on back of head. Mahogany body with rosewood fret board, abalone inlays and figured maple face. With original carrying case and guitar strap. SIZE: 1) 38″ l. 2) 42-1/2″ l. 3) 43” l. CONDITION: 1) Appears very good, with strings and body intact with no restoration, very good over all. 2) Very good used condition with no imperfections, damage or restorations. 3) Face with varnished crazing and with very tight seam split beginning at bottom of body to string bridge. Otherwise good with no restoration or damage except as noted. 50341-2 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3101

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3102

GROUP OF FOUR BANJOS WITH CASES.

1) John Alvey Turner 5-string banjo, metal label attached to back inscribed “John Alvey Turner / MAKER / 33, Bishops Gate St / LONDON”. Constructed with walnut neck, ebony fret board with abalone inlays and silver metal body. Ivory or bone tuning keys and bridge. 2) Joseph Riley & Sons 5-string Zither-Banjo, circa 1897, England. Metal body incised throughout with floral sprays and vinery, original nameplate affixed to center of back reading “Joseph Riley & Sons Patentees & Sole Manufacturers 24 Constitution Hill, Birmingham”. With soft case. 3) Fairbanks-Vega Little Wonder tenor 4-string banjo, Boston, MA, The Vega Company. Maple body with ebony fret board and abalone inlays, with ebony and mahogany banding, impressed on coordinator rod “The Vega Company, Boston, Mass. “LITTLE WONDER” and 2 impressed 5-pointed stars Vega. SN 50701. Additionally inscribed with initials “H. C. W.” Case with several picks and winder. 4) Bacon Banjo Company Silver Bell number 1, 4-string silver banjo with original chrome plated label, impressed “STYLE No 1 / B&D SILVER BELL / THE BACON BANJO CO INC. GROTON CONN”. The ornate chrome plated body with birds-eye maple back and maple neck, fret board is ebony with inlaid abalone, head stock inlaid with mother of pearl “B&D Silver Bell”. SIZE: 1) 35-3/4″ l. 2) 36-1/2″ l. 3) 29-1/2″ l. 4) 33-1/4″ l. Special Note: This item contains plant or animal properties that may be covered by the Endangered Species Act (ESA). We have taken care to ensure that this item meets the standard for sale under the ESA. However, certain states and other countries have laws that are more restrictive than the ESA. It is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that it is lawful to purchase or transport this item into their state, and to obtain the necessary import and export approvals. Delay or failure to obtain any such permit or approval does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item and consummating the purchase. CONDITION: 1) Banjo is missing 6 tightening pins, otherwise good with surface soiling, skin intact, good overall. 2) Banjo is missing 5 tightening screws, otherwise intact, no restoration noted, 1 abalone inlay absent, otherwise good. 3) Tailpiece tightening nut missing, otherwise complete, small tight 2″ tension crack in proper left side of neck at head, otherwise good. 4) Surface with light crazing and slight soiling, chrome with speckled surface, finger wear to banjo head, no restoration or damage noted. 50341-1 IVORY (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3102

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3103

WALTER DORWIN TEAGUE ART DECO KODAK CAMERA WITH MATCHING CEDAR BOX.

Circa 1930, New York. Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague.Eastman Kodak, film 116, camera covered with brown genuine leather, nickel fittings, with enameled design and brown bellows. Accompanied by original matching ceder box with cover. SIZE: Box 2-1/2″ h x 8-3/4″ l x 4-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Box is very good with light minor abrasion to black enamel paint. Camera with small areas of abrasion to leather case, lens absent, aperture with corrosion. Camera is therefore supposed to be in non-working order. 50567-13 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3103

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3104

PAIR OF BASEBALL THEMED HIGH STOOLS.

Second half 20th century, American. These unique items assembled from a leather covered base pad for the seat mounted to a stationary wood platform. The legs comprised of four little league Rawling’s baseball bats signed by Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies active 1972 – 1989, Harold Baines Chicago White Socks 1980 – 2001, Greg Luzinski Philadelphia Phillies/Chicago White Sox 1970 – 1984, Lom Hen career stats unknown. The legs are all connected by chrome plated tubing fashioned as a square stretcher to stabilize the legs. SIZE: 31″ h x 18-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Very good original, in-use condition with no defects beyond those caused by construction. 50567-70 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3104

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3105

CONTEMPORARY WOVEN LEATHER CHAISE LOUNGE ON A CHROME FRAME.

Late 20th/early 21st century. The S-form seat frame covered entirely in handwoven or braided brown leather, accompanied by a matching pillow head-rest and mounted on a chrome plated frame, consisting of rectangular side supports, joined to horizontal stretchers, each fitted with square woven arm-rests. The foot raised on a similar chrome support. SIZE: 68″ l x 26″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Leather of cordovan color. 50800-161 (300-500) – Lot 3105

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3106

HAMADAN ORIENTAL RUG.

Central Persia, second quarter 20th century. The large arabesque poled medallion within a wine red field of floral vinery within bright indigo floral filled spandrels all within a midnight blue main border of burgundy and polychrome trelliswork. SIZE: 7’11” x 13’2″. CONDITION: Areas of wear throughout, an extensive area of insect damage in main border loss of fringe to ends. Note insect damage will require re-weaving and restoration. 50494-23 (600-900) – Lot 3106

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3107

FINE CUT CRYSTAL CHANDELIER.

Last half of the 20th Century. Chandelier having eight arms with four supporting branches, each light affixed with a clear bobech. Chandelier decorated with many large & medium prisms. SIZE: 42″ h x 28″ dia. CONDITION: Generally very good. 50262-5 (600-800) – Lot 3107

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3108

CLASSICAL REVIVAL CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE.

Second half 20th century. Rectangular top with D-formed ends with yew cross banding, raised on cylindrical ring-turned bulbous pedestals, raised on molded, shaped out swept legs with brass capped castors cast with acanthus leaves. Table with 2 additional 24″ leaves. SIZE: 29″ h x 76″ l (closed) x 47-1/2″ w. Open 10′ 4″ l x 47-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Table retains original surface with medium honey brown color and patina. 50494-33 (800-1,200) – Lot 3108

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3109

SET OF EIGHT BENCHMADE CARVED MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS.

Circa 1934, East Orange, N.J. The set comprised of 6 side chairs and 2 armchairs covered with contemporary damask fabric. Each serpentine foliate carved crest rail continued to reeded styles centering a pierced scrolling splat carved with leaf tips and quatrefoil devices joined to a trapezoidal over upholstered seat raised on square reeded frontal legs and backswept rear legs. Note: The family recalls that the name of the cabinet maker was Ferrarra and that they were commissioned for the consignor’s mother-in-law in Monclair, N.J. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h of back. 18″ h of seat. 24-1/2″ Overall w armchair. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Retaining original surface. Slight scuffing, abrasion and soiling from use. 50494-34 (1,600-2,400) – Lot 3109

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3110

BENCH MADE HEPPLEWHITE STYLE BOW FRONT SIDEBOARD.

Second half 19th century, England. Rectangular top with bow front, with ebony stringing along edge above the conforming case fitted with bank of 2 central drawers flanked by hinged curved door with simulated drawer fronts, opposing side with bank of 2 drawers all with cock-beaded edges and with contrasting string inlaid borders. Raised on 6 tapering ring turned and reeded cylindrical legs with ringed cuffs and tapering feet. SIZE: 36″ h x 64-1/2″ l x 27-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Sideboard professionally restored and re-polished, top with two 8″ rectangular patches at rear corners, proper left drawers with toned and colored filled shrinkage cracks and with additional cosmetic repairs to edges and veneers. 50494-35 (800-1,200) – Lot 3110

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3111

SEVENTY-NINE PIECE BLUE AND WHITE WEDGWOOD DINNER SERVICE IN THE “FERRARA” PATTERN.

Lot consists of twenty-two 9-1/4″ plates; twelve 8-1/4″ shallow bowls; ten 8″ octagon plates; four 6″ plates; six 5″ saucers; three 5-3/4″ saucers (two with chips); one 7″ shallow bowl; one 6″ shallow bowl; six 2-1/4″ high demitasse cups; three 2-1/2″ high coffee cups; 4-1/2″ high covered sugar; 5″ covered creamer; 2-1/2″ waste bowl; 5″ h x 10 l x 8″ w covered cheese dish; two 10″ x 8-1/4″ oval serving bowls (one with under-rim chip); 18-1/2″ x 15-1/2″ oval platter; 11″ x 9″ oval platter; 9-1/4″ x 7-1/2″ oval platter; two 6-1/2″ x 8″ oval platter. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. CONDITION: Very good with other minor imperfections and chips other than noted above. 50647-24 (400-600) – Lot 3111

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3112

FINE DOULTON STERLING RIMMED TANKARD & DOULTON DRAGON HANDLED EWER.

1) The cream colored porcelain tankard having a satyr shaped figural handle, a mid-band of frolicking nude boys with grapes & vine flanked by two foliate scrolled bands. The top pouring rim hallmarked with English hallmarks “London 1894” with makers mark “HTB” (Brockwell & Son (Henry Titterton Brockwell)). Base having a Doulton Burslem impressed mark “1031” also written “3241”. 2) Fine paint decorated ewer having a dragon handle with head winding around neck with shaped top. The decoration against the cream colored ewer has branches of colorful flowers. The bottom having a crown mark “Doulton Burslem England”. Also marked “SW 1060”. SIZE: 1) 8-1/4″ h. 2) 9″ h. CONDITION: 1) Small professionally repaired chip on bottom edge, otherwise very good. 2) Very good. 50798-2 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3112

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3113

FINE PAIR OF DOULTON LAMBETH ARTIST VASES.

The bulbous vases having long flaring necks, the bodies decorated with simulated shagreen in a light blue to cream gradation. Over the surface has been placed gilt leaves and white enameled flower heads. The necks enameled to simulate cloisonne. The bases marked with a Doulton Lambeth impressed mark. Also impressed “Doulton Slaters Pate(nt)”. Artist initials “F.E.C. 11”, also artist “E.G.” and “EN”. The other vase marked with similar impressed marks and “N.B. 11” and “EN”. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 50798-1 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3113

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3114

VERNIS MARTIN DECORATED CURIO CABINET.

Late 19th- early 20th century, France. The gilt wood cabinet decorated overall with painted polychrome floral sprays and with gilt metal mounts. Bowed door opening to an interior fitted with two plate glass shelves and mirror back, raised on shaped frontal legs with gilt metal mounts, rear legs square and tapered. SIZE: 54-1/2″ h x 26-1/2″ w x 13″ d. CONDITION: Curio retains original painted surfaces, now dry with some minor flaking, otherwise structurally good. 50494-27 (600-900) – Lot 3114

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3115

VERNIS MARTIN GILT AND DECORATED CURIO CABINET.

Late 19th century. Dome topped curio with serpentine glass door and side panels fitted with mirrored back and bottom with two plate glass shelves. Lower case with bombe sides and front decorated with a romantic scene of a family within a romantic landscape. Side panels with landscapes. The whole raised on angular outswept legs with cast gilt bronze mounts and sabots. SIZE: 71″ h x 38″ w x 17″ d. CONDITION: Old surfaces intact and with crazing. Some losses to gilt metal trim along borders of cabinet and additionally on trim to glass panel proper right side. Serpentine glass panel right side of panel absent. Door and left side panels intact. 50494-26 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3115

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3116

VERNIS MARTIN STYLE CURIO CABINET.

Early 20th century. Curio with bowed door and glass side panels surmounted by a gilt-metal pierced gallery. Decorated overall with floral sprays and garlands. Central door opening to an interior fitted with single plate glass shelf and mirror back, raised on tapering cabriolet frontal legs with cast-metal sabots, legs centering a conforming open shelf decorated with a painted floral spray. SIZE: 55″ h x 28″ w x 15″ d. CONDITION: Original surfaces with slight crazing, otherwise good. 50494-28 (600-900) – Lot 3116

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3117

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT HAND-PAINTED THREE PART DRESSING SCREEN.

Last quarter 19th century, American. Each panel beautifully painted with a central polychrome floral rondel flanked by floral sprays continuing to floral rondels each centering a colorful butterfly on a black round within delicate scrolling line borders. The panel set within a border decorated with scrolling flowing vinery. Each panel similarly painted on the reverse. SIZE: 67″ h x 72″ l. CONDITION: Palette remains vibrant with minor abrasion and surface soiling at outer edges of panels from use and handling. We believe this should clean easily with mild detergent or lanolin hand cleaner. Very good overall. 50601-4 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3117

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3118

FINE LONGWY STYLE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BRASS PLANT STAND WITH PORCELAIN INSERTS ATTRIBUTED TO BRADLEY & HUBBARD.

Circa 1880, Meriden, Ct. The square brass top with wide border impressed with dense floral foliage within a border cast with quilloches centering the scenic porcelain tile depicting a winter mountainous landscape; a windmill in the foreground and castle in the background, all in state of ruin. Joined to a central pedestal comprised of four slender brass rods surmounted by flower heads joined to and centering two discs impressed with floral panels. The discs joined to a central shaft with pierced tapering platform supporting the top of the stand. Joined to the lower disc is a porcelain cylinder with brass capped urn finial similarly decorated as the top tile with winter landscape depicting snow covered cottage. The whole raised on thin cylindrical brass legs formed in 90 degree angles with angular brass supports each surmounted by a punched carved and incised “Fin”. The legs terminating in floral decorated cone feet. Impressed mark beneath the top “PAT APL’D FOR”. NOTE: For a similar example see In Pursuit of Beauty, published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, pg. 281. Also, several similar examples have sold at auction in recent years including Lot #15, sold June 11, 2011, at Rago Arts and Auction Center and also bearing the impressed mark “PAT APLLIED FOR”. Another example attributed to Longwy sold at Fontaine’s Auction Gallery on January 11, 2014, as lot #50. SIZE: 33″ h x 13-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Brass surfaces retain original lacquer, in generally fine condition with only minor and minimal pitting. The tile plaque with two crescent breaks on opposing corners, otherwise good. 50567-57 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3118

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3119

NEOCLASSICAL MARBLE AND BRONZE PEDESTAL.

Mid-20th century. The square molded black marble top fitted to a cast-bronze stylized Corinthian column, cast overall with acanthus leaves joined to a square black marble classic stepped base with cast-bronze sunbursts at each side. SIZE: 42″ h x 10-01/4″ w x 10-1/4″ d. CONDITION: One corner of top with repair, otherwise good. 50271-1 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3119

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3120

FINE EBONIZED MARQUETRY ESCRITOIRE IN THE MANNER OF HERTER BROTHERS.

Probably New York, last quarter 19th century. The ebonized oak escritoire with abalone chip inlays all within borders of inset brass strips. The lid decorated with intricate marquetry of overall meandering tendrils and vinery centering a large floral bouquet composed of abalone and hardstone inlays. Each drawer front decorated with similar brass inlaid and painted vinery with abalone flower heads. The rectangular top with molded edge above the conforming case fitted with frieze drawer over a hinged vertical lid with molded inset panel as described above. The interior with recessed mirror over two aligned stationary drawers, the writing surface fitted with olive green velvet. The whole above four long drawers flanked by freestanding Corinthian columns with cast gilt metal capitols, the bases applied with ribbon-tied garlands and cast Anthemion leaves, on molded base raised on suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 52″ h x 33-1/2″ w x 20″ d. CONDITION: Ebonized lacquer surfaces with minor cracking in top, case with normal wear throughout. Small losses to wood frame of right hinge on lid that does not affect mechanics. Structurally sound, good overall. 50271-2 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 3120

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3121

FINE EBONIZED MARQUETRY TALL CHEST IN THE MANNER OF HERTER BROTHERS.

Probably New York, last quarter 19th century. The ebonized oak six drawer chest with abalone chip inlays all within borders of inset brass strips. Each drawer with intricate marquetry depicting brass tendrils and vinery with abalone flower heads. The rectangular top with molded edge above the conforming case fitted with six long drawers flanked by freestanding Corinthian columns with cast gilt metal capitols, the bases applied with ribbon-tied garlands and cast Anthemion leaves. The whole on molded base raised on suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 52″ h x 33″ w x 19-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Cracks in top, small areas of staining to ebonized surface, similar to alcohol spills. One brass Strip absent on fourth drawer from top. Two brass trips off of proper left side but present. On brass strip near base proper right side in need of re-attachment, otherwise structurally sound. 50271-3 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 3121

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3122

WILKINSON METAL OVERLAY TABLE LAMP.

First quarter 20th century. Slender patinated base is cast with rows anthemion leaves. Base is completed with a three socket cluster and Wilkinson locking shade ring. Base supports an octagonal metal overlay pond scene shade backed with striated chartruese panels with bright jade green side skirt panels. Interior of shade has brass bandings anchoring the panels in place. Both shade and base are unsigned. Base is finished with a period contemporary cloth cord. SIZE: Shade is 20-1/2″ dia. Lamp is 23-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Well patinated base is original and untouched. Verdigris on shade frame is a later addition. Sockets are period replacements. Otherwise very good. 50567-46 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3122

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3123

INTERESTING ART NOUVEAU STYLE BRONZE TABLE LAMP WITH ART GLASS SHADE.

The lamp having a marble base with dish cutout and bronze arm holing one socket. The Loetz style shade having green oil spot decoration against a clear and gold striped pattern. Unsigned. SIZE: 31″ h x 9″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Chips to fitter rim, otherwise very good. 50012-124 (400-800) – Lot 3123

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3124

REVERSE PAINTED SCENIC TABLE LAMP.

The shade having a marine scene showing two sailing vessels on water with beach beside. Unsigned shade, the base having two numbers, 1859 and 828. Tapered shaft with two replaced light sockets. SIZE: Total h 23″, shade dia 16″. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Shade with minor scratches and paint spots, Generally very good. 50012-108 (300-500) – Lot 3124

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3125

ART DECO COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURAL BOUDOIR LAMP.

1920s, American. Adam-style foliate cast candlestick base leads to a pale green hardstone sphere continuing to a cast scrolled mount in which is perched a cold painted polychrome parrot with a bird cage suspended from his beak with a hammered bell cap and a floral garlanded cage with a single socket. SIZE: 15″ h. CONDITION: With original surfaces showing some wear. Hardstone element with tight vertical crack on opposing sides. Cage form shade is now missing its base. Rewired with contemporary plastic cord. 50743-5 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3125

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3126

TWO LARGE SLAG GLASS LAMPS.

1) Unmarked octagonal shade with chartreuse marbleized panels above striated green panels centering a cherry red panel overlaid with leafy branches with clusters of cherries. Apron of shade is comprised of striated green glass overlaid with pierced oval paterae. Shade is supported by a four socket columnar faceted base continuing to a four legged base with in-curved sides, each side cast with a rondel centering a cartouche. All metal surfaces with verdigris patination. Base is signed on the underside “B&H” for Bradley & Hubbard. 2) Unmarked octagonal shade with four rows of striated caramel, jade green, red and chartreuse glass panels. The shade frame of foliate overlay design mounted to the signed Bradley & Hubbard three socket base in the form of a colonnette continuing to a flattened and molded circular base marked “B&H” on the underside and on the base plate. The whole with verdigris patinated surface. SIZE: 1) Shade is 20″ dia. Lamp is 26-1/2″ h. 2) Shade is 20″ dia. Lamp is 21″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall. 50567-38, 50567-49, (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3126

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3127

TWO UNSIGNED METAL OVERLAY SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMPS.

1) Octagonal shade with eight bent chartreuse slag glass panels over eight blood orange rectangular panels; all metal overlaid with oak trees in classical landscape with the lower border overlaid with Art Nouveau influenced floral sprays. Shade is supported by a four socket columnar base cast with chestnut leaves and horse chestnuts around the edge of the base. The whole has brass patinated base metal surfaces. 2) Pagoda-style octagonal shaped shade has caramel slag panels above a row of wine red rectangular panels over eight striated green panels above a border of blue and red striated rectangular glass panels. Shade is supported by a four socket flared square columnar base cast with anthemion leaves and fern fronds on a square base. The lamp is completed with overall patination with slight verdigris. SIZE: 1) Shade is 23-3/4″ dia. Lamp is 28″ h. 2) Shade is 24″ dia. Lamp is 29″ h. CONDITION: 1) There is one panel in the apron with diagonal crack. Otherwise very good. Base is rewired with appropriate cloth cord. 2) Shade is very good. Base is rewired with contemporary plastic cord. 50567-51, 50567-53, (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3127

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3128

PAIR OF WHITE MARBLE PEDESTALS.

Each carved as a Corinthian column with square platform tops above capitols carved with scrolled corners centering layered fern leaves. The fluted columns continuing to ringed concave molded circular bases. SIZE: 36-1/2″ h x 10″ w x 10″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Columns with minimal soiling, 3 large chips to one base and small roughness on both bottom edge of bases, otherwise good. 50012-85 (800-1,200) – Lot 3128

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3129

QUEEN ANNE STYLE LEATHER WING CHAIR.

Mid-20th century. This is a nice example with brown tufted and tacked leather. Arched crestrail continuing to ogival wings centering the over upholstered back. Outward scrolled arms centering a tufted seat cushion above the shaped frontal seat rail raised on pronounced cabriole legs terminating in round pad feet. SIZE: 42-1/2″ h of back. Seat: 17″ h x 32″ w. CONDITION: Very good overall. Leather with good worn patina, intact without blemishes. 50494-30 (400-600) – Lot 3129

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3130

FINE PAIR OF REPRODUCTION CHIPPENDALE STYLE OPEN ARMCHAIRS.

Beautifully upholstered in a green and yellow leaf design on a light yellow background, shaped and carved arms, and ball and claw foot with carved knees and knuckles. SIZE: 41″ h x 32-1/2″ at widest x 28″ at deepest. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-93 (300-500) – Lot 3130

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3131

TWO UPHOLSTERED REPRODUCTION WING CHAIRS.

1) Chippendale style with newer striped upholstery with good rolled arms. H stretcher and modeled square front legs. 2) Queen Anne style wing chair with separate cushion in a pastel striped and light cream upholstery. Cabriole legs and H turned stretcher. SIZE: 1) 45-1/2″ h x 34″ at widest x 32″ at deepest. 2) 48-1/2″ h x 34″ at widest x 30″ at deepest. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: 1) Old repair to leg. Upholstery in very good condition. 2) Very good. 50012-95, 50012-96, (500-800) – Lot 3131

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3132

ROBERTA SCHILLING DECORATED DINING SET.

1995 – 2006, Brazil. Hand painted set designed by Roberta Schilling comprised of; open side board paint decorated with basket of fruit within a cartouche with foliate borders and stylized spray of fruit amongst leaf tips and tendrils within cartouche. Rectangular shelf with 3/4 splash guard projecting above scrolled apron fitted with 4 aligned short drawers above open shelf, the whole raised on square legs. Fruit decorations on cream ground with wide terra cotta borders and green trim throughout. 2 part hutch with open top decorated with clusters of grapes on vines, upper case of 3 open shelves beneath molded cornice on shaped supports all with scrolling edges, fitted on a rectangular base of 3 aligned drawers above 3 cupboard doors on shaped bracket feet. Set of 10 side chairs each with rectangular crestrail above 3 vertical shaped splats of architectural form joined to the trapezoidal solid seat with beveled edge raised on square legs joined by “H” form stretcher of which 8 chairs are painted in terra cotta with cream and green borders conforming with rest of set. The 2 hostess chairs painted to compliment set it a cream mustered or marigold finish. Large round dining table also decorated with garland of grape clusters and vines on terra cotta ground within wide cream border decorated with foliate scrolls supported by a massive neo-classical pedestal with in curved sides joined to socle raised on “X” form trestle feet. Paint decoration throughout set is by design in Spanish taste and distressed. NOTE: Roberta Schilling, a native of Brazil, comes from a family of designers. She later attended college in Florida where she discovered new ways to apply her knowledge of art, at which time she developed her concept of creating high quality hand painted Brazilian style furniture for an American audience at trade shows. In 1995 she transformed her concept into reality by producing furniture such as the set offered here today. She further expanded her line in 2006 to include contemporary furniture. SIZE: Side board: 36″ h (overall) 32″ h (work surface) x 70″ l x 22″ d. Hutch 84″ h x 57″ l, 60″ l (overall) x 19″ d. Chairs: 44-1/2″ h (back) 19″ h (seat) x 19″ w (seat). Table: 80″ dia x 31″ h. CONDITION: Structurally very good, all painted surfaces as designed with minor age appropriate wear. 50330-1 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3132

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3133

LOT OF TWO PARFLECH CONTAINERS.

First half 20th century, both are polychrome painted in geometric designs, colors include vermilion, cobalt blue, green and yellow. SIZE: 27″ l x 13″ w and 25″ l x 13″ w CONDITION: Shows in-use wear, minor loss to paint, otherwise good. 50326-2 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3133

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3134

DAKOTA SIOUX BEADED DRESS.

Mid 20th century, solidly beaded front and back yoke, thread sewn, in beautifully patterned geometric design, bead colors include; cobalt, pink, bright yellow, clear pink, clear blue on buckskin in yellow and red paint with tin cone dangler decoration, with two lines of geometric bead design at edges and fringe work. SIZE: 54″ l (with fringe) x 51″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 50620-78 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3134

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3135
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Please Note: Only one photo is available in the catalog. The other dress is shown in our online catalog.

CROW TRIBE WOMEN’S DRESS WITH COWRIE SHELLS AND CHEYENNE BEADED DRESS.

First half 20th century. 1) Crow dress decorated in seed beads, cowrie shells and bugle beads, bead colors are light blue, white, green, greasy green, orange, and red. Beaded on blue wool trade cloth with copper colored material edging. 2) Cheyenne beaded dress has seed beads sewn to soft deerskin hide, bead colors are white, orange red, cobalt, light blue, yellow with seed beaded strip designs on yoke, line beaded through center and beaded border on bottom. Profusely fringed on sleeves, sides and bottom. SIZE: 1) 34″ w x 40″ l. 2) 52″ l (with fringe) x 36″ w (across shoulders). CONDITION: 1) Very minor bead loss, some light stains on material. 2) Stiffness to hide and tears at neckline, tear in hide at mid section, in-use wear and spotting. 50620-42 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3135

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3136

SIOUX BEADED TIPI BAG.

Late 19th century, Sioux Large beaded tipi bag, sinew sewn with cobalt blue, light blue, white, black, greasy green and yellow with white hear reds on blue background, crosses, stepped pyramid and square outline designs on hide. Horsehair and tin cone decoration. SIZE: 23″ w x 13-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Some minor bead loss, otherwise very good. 50647-19 (500-700) – Lot 3136

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3137

LARGE GEOMETRIC AND FLORAL GREAT LAKES BEADED CEREMONIAL APRON.

Last quarter 19th century, loom beaded and spot stitched on various types of trade cloth with tassels having early trade beads and red yarn pom-poms. SIZE: 48″ l x 14-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Spotty moth grazing on material backing, very minor bead loss, otherwise good. 50620-62 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3137

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3138

CROW BEADED RIFLE SCABBARD.

First half 20th century, sinew sewn geometric design with red trade cloth on hide with, white, green, clear red, bright yellow and light blue beads. Surmounted with long hide fringe. SIZE: 43″ l (overall) x 6″ w (scabbard), 25″ w (with fringe). CONDITION: Very good. 50620-73 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3138

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3139

TWO PLAINS STYLE KNIFE SHEATHS WITH TRADE KNIVES.

1) Partially beaded knife sheath, sinew sewn on brain tanned hide and commercial harness leather with tin cone danglers, beads are cranberry, greasy yellow, blue, bright red, white and black. Together with older trade knife. 2) Geometric design beaded on commercial harness leather, sinew sewn with greasy yellow, black, white, white heart red beads, solidly beaded with antique trade knife. SIZE: 1) 3″ w x 10″ l. 2) 3-1/2″ w x 10-1/4″ l (no fringe). CONDITION: 1) Good. 2) Good, minor bead loss. 50620-8 (800-1,200) – Lot 3139

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3140

SIOUX COMMERCIALLY TANNED SHIRT AND NORTHERN PLAINS BEADED HIDE SHIRT.

First half 20th century. 1) Plains shirt with geometric seed beading on shoulders, applied rectangular beaded trade cloth bibs and wrapped horsehair ornamentation, fringe on sleeves, sides and bottom, poncho cut, bead colors are white, bright yellow, greasy green, cobalt and pink. 2) Northern Plains brain tanned scout cut shirt, fringed sleeves, crinkle cut fringe on bottom, brass buttons with one missing, nine applied beaded roundels, bead colors are bright red, black, white, orange, yellow, and cranberry. SIZE: 1) 31″ l x 67″ w (across shoulders). 2) 36″ l (with fringe) x 59″ w (across shoulders). CONDITION: 1) Minor in-use spotting, beads are good. 2) Minor in-use staining, otherwise good. 50620-40 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3140

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3141

SIOUX BEADED HIDE TANNED SHIRT.

First quarter 20th century, Sioux Plains shirt decorated with beaded strips applied to brain tanned yellow, paint-decorated poncho cut shirt with beaded triangular and square bibs with green paint, bead colors are greasy green, orange red, cobalt, white, light green. SIZE: 62″ w (across shoulders) x 38″ l (with fringe). CONDITION: In-use stains on hide, minor bead loss, otherwise good. 50641-17 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3141

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3142

SIOUX MEN’S BEADED LEGGINGS AND PAIR OF NORTHERN PLAINS LEGGINGS.

First half 20th century, Sioux leggings beaded thread sewn on brain tanned hide with pictorial designs, crossed pipe, equestrian clubs and several other designs with fringed edges, bead colors are bright orange red, light blue, dark blue, white, cranberry and yellow. Northern Plains leggings geometric beaded spot stitched on linen strips applied to brain tanned hide, geometric pattern of diamonds in dark blue, clear amber, white, pony trader blue, orange white hearts, greasy yellow. SIZE: Sioux (each) 30″ l x 16″ w (with fringe). Northern (each) 31″ l x 15″ w. CONDITION: Sioux leggings are good. Northern Plains very good. 50620-11 (800-1,200) – Lot 3142

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3143

CROW LEGGINGS ALONG WITH A PAIR OF SIOUX BEADED SHIRT STRIPS.

1) Late 19th century, Crow leggings are finely beaded in greasy yellow, pink, blue, white and clear green beads on blue and red trade cloth. Typical Crow geometric design. 2) Pair of Sioux shirt strips now joined together to form a blanket strip. Sinew sewn beads in white, blue, greasy yellow, white heart red, greasy green on hide strip. Triangular geometric design on white ground. SIZE: 1) 31″ l x 14″ w (folded). 2) 2-1/2″ w x 61″ l. CONDITION: 1) Thread sewn, fading in trade cloth, showing good honest wear, minor soiling. 2) Minor bead loss. 50620-39 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3143

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3144

NORTHERN PLAINS OTTER BAG.

First quarter 20th century, full otter pelt lined with old trade cloth repairs, brass buttons, brain tanned hide, hide wrapped turkey feathers, together with old forged trade knife with wooden handle. SIZE: Bag 41″ l (overall). Knife 15″ (overall). CONDITION: Skin has dried areas that have fragmented, some stitched together at later date, numerous tears. 50620-79 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 3144

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3145

PLAINS STYLE VICTORIAN PIPE BAG TOGETHER WITH TWO VERY EARLY PONY BEADED MATCHED PAIR OF SHIRT BIBS AND TRADE KNIFE.

1) Pictorial pipe bag with geometric and pictorial elements in the Sioux style, depicting a Chief with full headdress on horseback, reverse with two half elk with morning stars. Beaded on hide and painted with red paint, sinew sewn. 2) Mid 19th century, shirt bibs with blue and white pony beads, thread sewn with horse track painted designs, profusely fringed, now tied together as a knife sheath, possibly upper Missouri. Together with trade knife. SIZE: 1) 30-1/2″ l (with fringe) x 7″ w. 2) 10″ l (overall) x 5″ w (with fringe). Knife is 9-1/2″ l. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good with minor soiling and scattered bead loss. 50620-7 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3145

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3146

PLAINS STYLE WOMAN’S PIPE BAG WITH PLAINS STYLE BEADED BELT POUCH ALONG WITH CHEYENNE BEADED PIPE BAG.

1) Woman’s pipe bag beaded on light blue background with hide cut-out design, quill wrapped fringe. 2) Cheyenne style pipe bag with typical geometric design beaded on hide and red trade cloth top, long hide fringe. Sinew sewn. 3) Plains style belt pouch, thread sewn on very soft deerskin hide, white background geometric design with long flap. SIZE: 1) 4-1/2″ w x 25″ l (with fringe). 2) 6-5/8″ w x 39″ l (with fringe). 3) 4-1/4″ w x 13″ l. CONDITION: 1) Good. 2) Good. 3) Very good. 50620-21 (800-1,200) – Lot 3146

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3147

PLATEAU BEADED HOLSTER, SIOUX PICTORIAL BEADED HOLSTER, ALONG WITH PAIUTE GAME RANGER BADGE, AND INDIAN POLICE BADGE.

1) First half 20th century, Large holster, spot stitched, blue background of typical Plateau design. Together with Indian police badge, marked sterling, six pointed star design with tooled edge and relief design. 2) 20th century, Sioux pictorial sinew and thread sewn with cross flags and geometric motifs on blue background, strap has bone hair pipes and trade beads. SIZE: 1) Holster 16″ l (with fringe) x 6″ w. 2) 8″ w (with fringe) x 11-1/2″ l (with fringe). CONDITION: 1) Overall good condition. 2) Overall good, badge shows good in-use wear. 50620-69 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3147

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3148

NORTHERN PLAINS BEAR SKIN GEOMETRIC DESIGN ROBE.

Late 19th century, robe was found in a suitcase, part of Paul Dyck Collection which went to the Cody Museum on his death. He was the largest and most comprehensive collection in private hands of Plains material. The robe is very unusual being bear and appears to be Northern Plains with etched and painted geometric design in polychrome paint colors are white, red and yellow. SIZE: 7′ l (overall) x 68″ w (overall) CONDITION: Several holes and tear in areas where hide stiffened, most of the hide is supple, otherwise good. 50641-18 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3148

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3149

LATE 19TH CENTURY PLAINS SCOUT SHIRT.

Very soft brain tanned buckskin, thread sewn, fringe is across shoulders and pockets, pearl buttons with two missing. SIZE: 26-1/2″ l x 63″ w (across shoulders). PROVENANCE: William Eugene “Pussyfoot” Johnson (25 March 1862 – 2 February 1945), Coventry, NY, Famous prohibitionist. According to Wikipedia, Johnson’s temperance activities earned him governmental notice and he was appointed special agent of the Department of the Interior to enforce laws in Indian Territory and Oklahoma in 1906, probably where the shirt was acquired. CONDITION: Very good. 50641-1 (600-800) – Lot 3149

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3150

PLAINS PIPE TOMAHAWK WITH BURNT FILE DECORATION LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY.

Cast-brass pipe finely tooled on original file burnt ash handle with hide and tack decoration. SIZE: 8″ w x 21-1/2″ l. PROVENANCE: From a Maine Collection. CONDITION: Showing very good old patina. 50641-22 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3150

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3151

EARLY 20TH CENTURY QUILLED KNIFE SHEATH TOGETHER WITH PLAINS STYLE BEADED SHEATH, NORTHWEST COAST DECORATIVE KNIFE AND BLACKFOOT STYLE BOWIE KNIFE.

1) Quilled on brain tanned hide with pony trader blue beads sinew sewn on edge, lined with buffalo thick hide liner with antique trade knife. 2) Ute pattern geometrically beaded knife sheath on dark dyed hide, twisted fringe, tin cone danglers with horsehair, clear lime green, white heart red, and black beading. 3) Tlingit style composed of carved mahogany figural pommel inlaid with abalone, cloth wrapped handle, large steel trade blade. 4) Large bowie style knife with bone handle, brass rivets, large cast-steel blade with serpent cartouche. SIZE: 1) 10″ l x 3-1/4″ w (no fringe). 2) 13″ l (no fringe) x 3-1/2″ w. 3) 21″ l, 2-3/4″ w (pommel). 4) 14-1/4″ l x 3-1/2″ w. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Good. 3) Good. 4) Good. 50620-1 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3151

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3152

FINE CLASSICAL WHITE MARBLE STATUE OF A MAIDEN AND CHERUB.

19th century, Europe. The sculpture depicting a semi-nude maiden seated on a rocky outcrop. A robe partially draped over her right thigh against which is kneeling, a cherub in a position of supplication. A bouquet of roses lies on the ground between them. The women holding an object in her right hand resting against her hip. SIZE: 40″ h x 31″ l approx x 23″ w approx. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Losses to two fingers on left hand of maiden and four fingers of right hand. Damage and losses to all toes on right foot. Cherub with losses to two fingers on right hand and with substantial loss to wing-tips of both wings. Minor damage to petals on roses. Surface abrasion to back of maiden. Otherwise with normal and expected soiling and weathering. Lower leg and right foot of maiden, now with base coat of gray due to restoration. 50800-35 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 3152

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3153

TWO CLASSICAL REVIVAL WHITE MARBLE JARDINIERES.

Second half, 19th century. The first rectangular marble planter carved with gadrooned edge. The front carved with a group of frolicking cherubs playing musical instruments and dancing. The ends carved with armorial shields flanked by ribbon-tied garlands. The rear carved with floral ribbon-tied garlands, centering rondels carved with fanciful masks. The second planter of rectangular form, carved with flower-heads amidst woven ribbon above the side carved with an armorial crest, flanked by winged dragons, the tails in the form of vinery entwining a flower head. The ends carved with ribbon-tied garlands of fruit. SIZE: 9″ h x 25″ l x 9-1/2″ w. 10″ h x 41″ l x 16-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: The first, with some soiling overall and with shallow chips on edges and normal and expected weathering. Otherwise structurally good. The second larger example, with brown staining at midpoint along side and with old stress crack on top edge. Soiling and weathering overall. 50800-141 (600-900) – Lot 3153

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3154

FOUR ALLEGORICAL GARDEN STATUES.

First half, 20th century. The four statues of Putti representing “the four seasons”. Each figure holding representative symbols such as floral bouquet, holly leaves, and grape cluster. Each on a molded socle. All in white paint. SIZE: 26″ h approx. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: One statue with damage and re-attachment of left arm and with some damage to base of socle. Others with chips and minor damage. Painted surfaces worn and peeling. Normal and expected weathering to top of statues. 50800-94 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3154

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3155

GROUP OF FIVE CARVED MARBLE STATUES OF PUTTI WITH MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

First half 20th century, Italian. Each statue carved of white marble designed for use within a garden or along the top of a wall. Each posed on rock work joined to a square plinth. SIZE: 25″ to 26″ h. CONDITION: Each with undisturbed natural weathered surfaces, and with appropriate texture, and soiling. Normal and expected abrasions, and small nicks to marble insignificant in nature. Neck of mandolin with chip and old repair. 50567-2 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3155

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3156

CAST LEAD FOUNTAIN OF FIGURAL GROUP WITH SWAN AND YOUTH.

3rd quarter 19th century, American, possibly New York. Fountain in two parts, depicting young boy standing to left of swan figure, left arm extended toward upraised beak, right arm around lower neck of swan with outstretched neck, beak pointing skyward and open tubular end of fountain embedded within swan’s mouth. Figure’s wings are outstretched and posed balancing on its tail and webbed feet. Fountain now with natural grey patina with some verdigris. SIZE: App size: 46″h overall. 47″ w overall. 40″ d overall. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Surface as noted. Youth with some open seam issues beneath right arm. Figural group will need some minor restoration and adjustments for reassembly. Otherwise good. 50800-4 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3156

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3157

CAST IRON AND ZINC GARDEN FOUNTAIN AND 53 PIECES CAST IRON GARDEN EDGING.

1) Probably manufactured by either Fisk or Mott, New York City, circa 1880. The 6′ ground dish has frog and lily pad motif on rim. The mid-section with round bridgework base with three egrets forming the pedestal supporting a catch basin with foliate design. The fountain is surmounted by a cast zinc figure of young boy holding a large fish, designed with a fountain head in the fish’s mouth (not present). 2) Rustic pattern with heavy castings. 52 pieces. SIZE: 1) 96″ t x 6′ w (across base). 2) 15″ t x 22″ l. CONDITION: 1) Ground dish with cracks, basin with repairs, the whole with fairly recent paint. 2) Generally good. 49913-1 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3157

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3158

PAIR OF ROCOCO CAST-IRON GARDEN BENCHES.

Second half 19th century, American. Each bench with scrolling floral crest above a pierced back panel, cast with C-scrolled trelliswork. Each arm with scrolling rails continuing to hand grips, each cast with floral spray above foliate C-scrolls centering a trapezoidal seat cast with scrolling foliate vinery above a foliate frieze, raised on cabriole outswept molded legs, cast with floral pendants and sabots. NOTE: This pattern is often referred to as “Rose Garden”, as they are identical to a pair of garden benches located in the Rose Garden at the White House. SIZE: 36″ h (to back), 17″ h (at seat) x 46″ w (overall). CONDITION: Good condition, painted surface shows normal wear and discoloration due to weathering. NOTE: Crest rails show reinforcing in the pattern before casting, at points where these benches commonly developed cracks, showing an improvement to the original pattern. 50839-5 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3158

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3159

PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN URNS.

The standard form urns with wide rim, tapered body with square bases. Remnants of an old bluish/black paint. SIZE: 19″ h x 15″ w. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Rust, shows outdoor use, otherwise very good. 50012-67 (200-400) – Lot 3159

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3160

PAIR OF VICTORIAN 4-SEAT CAST IRON BENCHES.

Each bench having 4 oval medallions depicting a man in different stages of growing crops. One shows seeding, another raking, another harvesting and another gathering.The seats are made with 3 wood planks. SIZE: 32″ h x 30″ deepest x 70″ l. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Green over white paint is “as found”. Rust. Seats as is. One back brace at center broken. Otherwise good in need of reconditioning. 50012-81 (800-1,200) – Lot 3160

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3161

ASSEMBLED SET OF SIX CAST IRON OUTDOOR ARMCHAIRS.

The fancy chairs in black paint have open backs with roses, sea scrolls, and flower decoration. Pierced seats having 4 legs with crossed stretchers. The set comprises a set of 4 and a pair. SIZE: Set of 4: 32″ h x 20-1/2″ w. Set of 2: 34″ h x 22″ w. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: One of each set has broken legs and need repair. 50012-68 (400-600) – Lot 3161

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3162

LOUIS PHILLIPE GILT TOLE CHANDELIER.

Third quarter 19th century, France. The hexagonal galleried annular ring issuing three chains supporting a tapered galleried hexagonal bowl. The gallery is parchment lined, a scrolled wrought-iron candle arm with crimped bobeche joined at each corner, each of the six candle arms with simulated beeswax candle. The hexagonal bowl embellished with gilt metal leafage above a reeded sphere all gilt-decorated. SIZE: 48″ h x 29″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally good, gilt and tole painted surfaces original with normal and accepted in-use wear. 50800-43 (400-600) – Lot 3162

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3163

LARGE WROUGHT-IRON TEN LIGHT CHANDELIER.

Second quarter 20th century. In two tiers, this custom rococo revival example with scrolling tubular arms in the upper section simulating leaf tips. The lower tier comprised of ten S-scrolled tubular arms applied with leaf tips terminating in candlecups with leafy bobeches. SIZE: 41-1/2″ h (approximately) x 48″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good original condition and surface. 50800-69 (400-600) – Lot 3163

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3164
Revised: 8/5/2016

Please Note: Title should read DERBEND STYLE ORIENTAL RUG, PAKISTAN.

DERBEND ORIENTAL RUG EASTERN CAUCASUS.

Mid-20th century. Three aligned geometric medallions, the center most pale turquoise flanked by terracotta medallions, all with polychrome angular geometric devices alternating with rows of stylized peacocks, all on a burnt gold field with a dense arrangement of flower heads, tarantulas, botehs and other geometric devices within an ivory main border of polychrome zig-zag lightning bolt elements within multiple turquoise, gold, brick and cream floral guard borders. A tightly woven example with unusual palette and design. SIZE: 8’1″ x 10’1″ CONDITION: Light soiling, rug retains good even pile throughout, some wear and losses to fringe, selvedge good. Good to very good overall. 50270-34 (700-900) – Lot 3164

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3165

TWO DU PONT NATIONAL PERPETUAL ADVERTISING DISPLAY CALENDARS.

Patented 1909, American. Original calendars with rotating disc for days of the week above stack of numerals 1-31 for days of the month behind a series of annual calendars from 1917-1926, all over rotating disc displaying the days of the week above a rectangular aperture. On reverse of calendar, mounted to back of tin board are illustrated instructions for calendar. Tin backing headed by the name of “DU PONT” above two columns displaying products produced and advertised by the various Du Pont companies, listed at the bottom of the plaque centering a hinged door with lithographic panel decorated with a scene from a painting by Stanley Massey Arthurs (1877-1950), and signed S.M. Arthurs, 1916. Painting of E.I. Du Pont de Nemours discussing the location of his first American powder mill with Thomas Jefferson at base of hinged lithograph. SIZE: 28-3/4″ l x 19″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Both examples in original condition with slight surface soiling. Date cards somewhat yellowed and with wear from usage, otherwise good. One example missing the numeral 1, otherwise good. Second calendar intact in similar condition to first, noticeable abrasion in area of “Blasting Supplies of all kinds”. Calendar missing numerals 1-15, otherwise good. 50800-106 (300-500) – Lot 3165

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3166

DR. DANIELS’ VETERINARY MEDICINES DISPLAY CABINET.

“Dr. Daniels’ Warranted Veterinary Medicines” with oak case, original finish. Lithograph on tin, illustrating various boxes and tins of home treatment and medications available, interior with three fixed shelves. This lot is accompanied by a large quantity of vintage packages of medications, herbs, tablets and a selection of more than 30 glass bottles, vials and containers, mostly labeled, some sealed. By many manufacturers and distributes not related to Dr. Daniels but names such has; “Humphreys”, “G.S. Cheney Co.”, “S.W. Gould & Bros.”, and many others. SIZE: 29″ h x 21-1/2″ w x 8″ d (overall). CONDITION: Cabinet is very good, some craquelure to varnish of cabinet, advertising tin with vibrant color. Collection of boxes, bottles and containers in varying states of condition, most paper containers are good to very good. Bottles, vials and glass containers of varying color. Most labels legible and intact. The collection of material is varied and of interest. 50406-4 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3166

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3167
Revised: 8/3/2016

Please Note: “Probably by Hoyt” should be removed from the description. This automation was made by Hoyt. We guarantee this to be Hoyt.

HOYT “BLACK FARMER” AUTOMATON.

Late 19th/early 20th century, Germany. Probably by Hoyt, original paper label now absent. Mechanical key-wind, die cut lithograph depicting black farmer in cap, checked shirt and overalls. Brass spring-driven clock movement controls the head to tilt left and right while mouth opens and closes and eyes also move left to right. The whole mounted in shadowbox oak frame with silver slip under glass. SIZE: 21-1/2″ x 16-1/2″ sight. 27″ h x 22 ” w overall. CONDITION: Backboard on frame a replacement. Movement original and functioning. Slight yellowing to cream background and to lower area of bust figure. Otherwise good and untouched. 50461-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3167

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3168

ONCE-IN-A–LIFETIME COLLECTION OF THE COMPLETE LINE OF 18K & 14K GOLD, GOLD ON SILVER, STERLING, GOLD-FILLED, SILVER FILLED AND SILVER-NICKEL CROCHET HOLDERS WITH CHANGEABLE HOOKS PATENTED IN 1924 BY BROOKLYN JEWELER SAMUEL H. BURNS. THIS IS A SALESMAN’S KIT WHICH INCLUDES DISPLAY SAMPLES OF EACH OF THE 13 DIFFERENT PRODUCTION MODELS PLUS ADDITIONAL STOCK.

Also includes: 2 models of velour lined gift boxes (ten total), extra cardboard boxes with instructions, the display case, a copy of the original brochure & agent’s price list, plus extra caps in various metals, extra needles etc. A copy of the Patent and other information about Samuel Burns are also included. Each holder houses a removable metal storage container that holds 4 additional sizes of hooks. The collection includes the following holders: #65 (18K Gold Hand-engraved: 1 display), #64 (18K Gold Brocade: 1 display + 2 boxes complete), #59 (14K Gold Hand-engraved: 1 display + 5 boxes complete), #58 (14K Gold Brocade: 1 display + 4 boxes complete), #54 (18K Gold on Sterling Hand-engraved: 1 display + 3 boxes complete), #53 (18K Gold on Sterling Brocade: 1 display + 1 box complete), #49 (14K Gold on Sterling Hand-engraved: 1 display + 1 box complete), #48 (14K Gold on Sterling Brocade: 1 display + 1 box complete), #44 (14K Gold-filled Chased: 1 display + 10 boxes complete), #43 (14K Gold-filled Plain: 1 display + 6 boxes complete), #39 (Sterling Hand-engraved: 1 display + 1 box complete), #37 (Sterling Chased: 1 display), #34 (Silver Filled Chased: 1 display + 9 boxes complete + 17 no hooks, no boxes), #31 (Silver Nickel Plain: 1 Box complete + 2 no boxes-no hooks. No Display).NOTE: Samuel Henry Burns was born in 1859 in Somersworth, NH and died 1933, Brooklyn, NY. He was a jeweler and owner of the S. H. Burns & Co. and the Holten Printing Company of Brooklyn. He received a US Patent in 1924 for a novel “crochet hook and holder” which he manufactured and sold. It is this patented product that this collection is based on. SIZE: Most boxes are 4-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Generally very good, boxes show some very light use but generally are unused store stock. 50801-1 (3,500-5,500) – Lot 3168

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3169

EXCEPTIONAL AND COMPREHENSIVE LIFETIME ACCUMULATION OF STAMPS FROM MANY COUNTRIES.

Although innumerable countries are represented, the vast majority of stamps are from Great Britain and her worldwide empire with scores of duplicate examples of very scarce stamps. Britain’s Caribbean possessions are heavily represented as well as Hong Kong and many other nations. Many initial issues are included with some early issues having hundreds of examples. There are also a number of covers in this collection. Catalog value of this vast accumulation likely exceeds $300,000. A wonderful chance for the dealer or advance collector to acquire a comprehensive and important collection CONDITION: Generally good to very good. 50714-1 (16,000-20,000) – Lot 3169

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3170

LOT OF BOXED AND UNBOXED LEAD SOLDIERS.

Lot contains: Box 1) “Britain’s Soldiers Regiments of All Nations.” Twelve musicians on horses. Box 2) “Armies of the World W Britian Full Band of the Cold Stream Guards No. 37″. Twenty-one men with musical instruments. 3) Six Ducal Models of band members on horseback. There are six boxes for six individual figures. 4) Britain boxed kettle drummer no. 2151. 5) Boxed British 11th Hussar bugler archive collection. 6) Somerset Ltd. Bikanir State Force Camel Corp Double Mount. 7) Set of 33 Cold Stream Guards? with man, woman, and horse, Britains, and a 10 piece circus set (as found). Approximately 89 total pieces. SIZE: Ranging 1″ to 4”. CONDITION: 1) Box with corner and end breaks, soldiers very good. 2) Box with some damage and loss, men are very good. 3) One figure damaged. 4-7) Britains are generally very good to excellent, circus is as-is. 50586-6 (700-900) – Lot 3170

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3171
Revised: 8/23/2016

Please Note: There is a tab missing from the base of the bank.

CAST-IRON LIGHTHOUSE MECHANICAL BANK.

Circa 1891, American. This fine original example of a lighthouse and keeper’s house. Bank designed on rockwork with a hexagonal base with two slots for coins. The slot in roof functions as a still bank, while the second at the top of the tower acts as a mechanical bank. Round button at the top of the tower accepts the coin into the tower upon being pushed. The stack of nickels can be seen through the window apertures at the top of the tower, and the bank can be opened from below when it is full, having taken 100 nickels. SIZE: 10-1/4″ h. 6-1/4 ” dia. CONDITION: Original surface, paint on the tower with abrasions and spot losses throughout. Mechanics appear in good working order. Very good overall. 50316-1 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3171

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3172

CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE DOORSTOP.

1920-1930, American. This hollow half round casting from an unknown foundry. On attached molded plinth. Note: Cape Hatteras light represents that tallest brick lighthouse in the United Sates and this is among the tallest doorstops produced. SIZE: 21-1/4″ h x 8-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Doorstop with original paint and with minor paint wear spatter. Very good untouched condition. 50576-7 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3172

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3173

LARGE FOOTMEN DOORSTOP DESIGNED BY ANNE FISH.

Circa 1920, Pennsylvania. Cast by the Hubley Foundry of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Marked ‘248’ and ‘FISH’ on front of base with copyright symbol. The hollow half round casting on integral plinth depicting two conjoined footmen in vibrantly painted uniform. This is the larger of the two footmen doorstops designed by Anne Fish, and English illustrator who created designs for seven Hubley doorstops. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 213. SIZE: 12″ h. CONDITION: Retains original vibrant paint, with minor abrasion and chips, in very fine untouched condition. 50576-40 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3173

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3174

“MODERNISTIC CAT” CAST IRON DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Hubley Foundry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, catalog #308. The full bodied hollow two-piece casting with original paint stamped “Hubley” inside the front of doorstop near base. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 118. SIZE: 9-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Doorstop retains original paint with very minor wear. Very fine untouched condition. 50576-9 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3174

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3175

RARE DOORSTOP OF AN AFRICAN AMERICAN MAN SEATED ON COTTON BALE.

Circa 1920, American. This cast iron and white metal doorstop of unknown foundry manufactured in a two-piece hollow full bodied casting. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, Page 218. SIZE: 9″ h x 7″ l x 5″ w. CONDITION: Very minor paint abrasions notably on figures knees and arms. With spot paint loss in these areas. Very good untouched condition. 50576-8 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3175

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3176

RARE COCA-COLA BELLHOP/DISPLAY STAND.

Late 19th century, American. This cast iron example with two-piece hollow full body casting with attached arms on a solid base. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Original paint surface, in very fine original untouched condition. 50576-13 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3176

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3177

CAST IRON DOORSTOP OF A STANDING BUTLER.

Circa 1920, Bradley & Hubbard Foundry, Meriden, Connecticut. This fine example in a half round casting depicting a butler in formal attire standing on a parquet floor. Stamped “B&H” on bottom of base. Fittings for bumpers on rear of base. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 209. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Original paint with minor wear, very good untouched condition. 50576-10 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3177

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3178

FINE QUM ORIENTAL RUG.

Central Persia, Mid-20th century. This finely woven example with silk threads in earth tones of ivory and beige with central arabesque medallion within a midnight blue field of dense floral and foliate vinery. The ivory main and guard borders woven with cloud bands and floral scrollwork. SIZE: 3′ 8″ x 5′ 7″. CONDITION: Very good overall, no imperfections noted. Minimal light even soiling overall. Loss to fringe at one end, otherwise very good. 50494-19 (400-600) – Lot 3178

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3179

FINE ISFAHAN ORIENTAL RUG.

Central Persia, mid-20th century. This nice example probably with a silk blend. The central Shah Abbas midnight blue medallion within a dusty blue field with dense polychrome floral vinery bordered by ivory spandrels, all within a conforming floral main border flanked by ivory guard borders of scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: 5′ x 7’3″ CONDITION: Very good overall, retaining good pile, no restorations or stains. Pallet remains vibrant. 50494-13 (400-800) – Lot 3179

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3180

FINE SILK NAIN ORIENTAL RUG.

Central Persia, mid-20th century. Woven in a garden design of six rows of ten panels, each panel with varying designs of floral subjects all on a chartreuse ground within a soft lavender main border of foliate vinery within six floral guard borders alternating in chartreuse and lavender. SIZE: 4′ x 6′ 6″. CONDITION: Very good overall with good even pile, even soiling overall without stains. 50494-18 (400-600) – Lot 3180

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3181

CARVED GILT SOFA ATTRIBUTED TO S. KARPEN BROS.

Late 19th, early 20th century, Chicago. Fine gilt decorated and carved example combining Victorian and Art Nouveau carved elements. Crestrail carved with elaborate floral spray with trailing tendrils continuing to ogival wings joined to outswept floral carved arms centering three overupholstered panels above the overupholstered seat. Armrests deeply carved with scrolling leaftips continuing to similarly carved frontal cabriole legs centering the seat rail carved with floral cartouche flanked by scrolling vinery in Art Nouveau taste. SIZE: 43-1/2″ h of back x 56-1/2″ w overall x approx 31″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Gilt surfaces intact and also very good. Frame now covered in muslin. Central flower in crest with some loss and abrasion to top flower petal. 50898-11 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3181

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3182

EMPIRE STYLE THREE PIECE SALON SUITE WITH ORMOLU TRIM.

Late 19th/early 20th century, possibly France. The 3-piece suite comprising a settee and pair of armchairs, each with rolled crest-rail with classical foliate ormolu mounts above a rectangular upholstered panel. Continuing to downswept arms with rolled grips mounted with foliate rondels on in-curved supports centering a trapezoidal over upholstered seat with curved front seat rail raised on square tapered legs with ormolu mounts and cast claw feet. The whole covered in original rose pink silk fabric in the classical taste. SIZE: 42-1/2″ h of back; 18″ h of seat; 27-1/2″ w of chair; 56″ w of settee. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Frames retain original surface with good color. Ormolu casting in tact, structurally sound. Upholstery un-serviceable. Otherwise good. 50800-52 (1,500-3,000) – Lot 3182

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3183

CLASSICAL REVIVAL CARVED AND INLAID MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRRROR, LABELED “R.J. HORNER & CO.”.

Late 19th century, New York. The beveled oval mirrorplate within a conforming molded surround surmounted by a marquetry ribbon tied garland with abalone flowerheads, hinged and tilting on mahogany stand with reeded cylindrical columns surmounted by carved pineapples on trestle molded supports terminating in compressed ball feet. Supports joined by a support with intricate floral marquetry. SIZE: 73″ h x 33-1/2″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Mirror retains original surface with slight crazing. Very good overall. 50524-17 (400-800) – Lot 3183

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3184

PAIR OF LUNEVILLE FAIENCE RECUMBENT LIONS.

Rare pair of Luneville Faience lions show each lion lying on a green sponged rectangular platform with tail curved over their backs. Lions have bright polychrome glaze. Unsigned. SIZE: 17-1/2″ l x 14″ t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with some very minor crazing and a small chip to the glaze on eyebrow of one lion. 38024-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3184

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3185

ELABORATE MEISSEN CENTERPIECE.

Late 19th early 20th century. Germany. Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue. Centerpiece comprised of three women in polychrome floral robes, each with their back to a floral post surmounted by a floral filled urn, standing on a grassy floral tripartite base attached to a conforming bulbous base decorated overall with ribbon tied floral swags. SIZE: 36″ h CONDITION: Flower heads with losses to edges of petals. Figures in good condition. Wear to areas of gilt decoration. 30548-15 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3185

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3186

EXTRAORDINARY EARLY BLOWN CRYSTAL COVERED POKAL, MID-19TH CENTURY.

With exquisite hand engraved whale killing scene featuring 3 masted sailing vessel, multiple long boats with numerous figures and spouted whale all engraved around the sides of the vessel. The lid with a simple ball and star engraved design. Likely a special creation for a whaling captain? SIZE: 15″ h. CONDITION: Very good to excellent 49421-68 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3186

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3187

THREE PANEL DRESSING SCREEN BY GEORGE PARKER.

1920s, American. The three panel screen, and oil on board, painted landscape of flowering rhododendrons with hills and mountains in the background signed further most lower right “GEORGE PARKER”. Each panel with shaped top and base. SIZE: 62″ h x 80″ l overall. CONDITION: Screen in structurally good condition. Painted surface somewhat dry with spot flaking. Generally good. 50567-21 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3187

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3188

FINE DANISH CLASSICAL REVIVAL BENCHMADE MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE ABATTANT.

Circa 1922, Marstal, Denmark. Of classical form, the rectangular case with demilune display platform joined to the rectangular top above the molded crest joined to the conforming case fitted with a long drawer with cyma curved front above a vertical hinged lid with bookend figural mahogany veneered panels flanked by freestanding carved mahogany Corinthian columns. The desk interior comprised of an elevated cabinet fitted with an arrangement of nine drawers centering a prospect door with concave front flanked by engaged colonnettes. Case additionally fitted with three long drawers faced with bookend mahogany veneer beneath the writing surface all raised on a simple rectangular plinth with bracket feet. NOTE: A pencil inscription on the interior of the top drawer in Danish written by Christian Vogensen: “Made in Marstal and received in Odense the 22nd April 1922”. SIZE: 64″ h overall x 41″ w x 20″ d overall. PROVENANCE: The writing desk was commissioned by Christian Vogensen, a prominent pharmacist in the towns of Marstal, Odense, Svendborg and in Skjern, Denmark. The desk was commissioned by Mr. Vogensen while in Marstal in 1922 and was built by the cabinet making family of his wife Ellen Vogensen. The desk was kept by Mr. Vogensen until his death in 1947 when it was passed down within the family and now to the current family member and consignor. NOTE: A second desk with same ownership and provenance is offered in this auction as the following lot. CONDITION: Very good overall, retaining original polished surfaces with very slight and minimal crazing within the varnish. One mother-of-pearl oval escutcheon in need of re-gluing and reassembly. A second escutcheon damaged and missing an element. 50629-1 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3188

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3189

FINE BENCH MADE OAK PEDESTAL WRITING DESK.

Circa 1922, Marstal, Denmark. Rectangular top with foliate molded edge, the writing surface comprised of bookend veneers above the conforming frieze fitted with three aligned drawers raised on elaborately carved S-scrolled foliate supports terminating at top and bottom with foliate rondels centering a rectangular pedestal support at each end with matching bookend veneers conforming to the writing surface. The ends joined by a rectangular molded stretcher serving as a footrest. Trestle base raised on flattened round disc feet. SIZE: 30-1/2″ h x 31-1/2″ w x 59″ l. PROVENANCE: The writing desk was commissioned by Christian Vogensen, a prominent pharmacist in the towns of Marstal, Odense, Svendborg and in Skjern, Denmark. The desk was kept by Mr. Vogensen until his death in 1947 when it was passed down within the family and now to the current family member and consignor. NOTE: A second item with same ownership and provenance is offered in this auction as the proceeding lot. CONDITION: Very good original condition with no structural problems, damages or restoration. Minor and light ring glass stains on top of writing desk which may easily be cosmetically removed. 50629-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3189

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3190

LARGE BIEDERMEIER STYLE INLAID MAPLE CENTER TABLE.

First third 20th century, Germany or France. The circular top with molded edge with rosewood string inlays, joined to a swelled shaped square pedestal with canted corners on a platform with curved sides, raised on conforming feet. The base with string inlay borders. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 64″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: All surfaces original. The veneered top with multiple parallel shrinkage cracks resulting in small veneer tears. In need of cosmetic fill and re-polishing. Otherwise good. 50800-127 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3190

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3191

UPHOLSTERED AND CANED CHAISE LOUNGE IN THE DIRECTORIE STYLE.

First/third 20th century, Belgium or France. The chaise lounge in cream paint. The arched crest rail continuing to back-swept supports centering a pressed cane panel, joined to horizontal molded arms on molded supports, above the rectangular over upholstered seat with molded rail raised on tapering square legs terminating in Marlborough feet. Upholstered in a cream damask. Decorated overall with names and titles of politicians and locations. SIZE: Overall height is 34″ x 65″ l x 26″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Chaise is in structurally good condition. Painted surfaces now soiled and with multiple areas of loss and abrasion. 50800-152 (300-500) – Lot 3191

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3192

PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL FLOOR PRICKET CANDLE HOLDERS.

19th/20th century in Florentine taste. Each baluster and urn turned pedestal on a square chamfered plinth fitted with an iron spike in cream and gold paint designed as large floor pricket candle holder. SIZE: 16″ h. CONDITION: Each with multiple coats of paint and with old vertical shrinkage cracks. Painted surfaces showing contrived wear and weathering. Good overall. 50524-18 (200-300) – Lot 3192

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3193

PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASES.

Mid 19th century, England. Each in two parts, the upper case with molded corners above a pair of astragal-glazed panel doors flanked by conforming single doors, on a molded plinth. The interior with fixed shelf and Moire silk, fitted to the lower case with four cupboard doors with molded panels and floral rosettes at the corners, all on a molded plinth. The bookcases with carrying handles on case sides top and bottom. SIZE: 54″ h x 45″ w x 12″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: With original surfaces and rich patina. Small losses to side moldings, one section proper left side, lower case mid-molding, one section base molding, left side central upper case. Otherwise good. 50800-177 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3193

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3194

BOOKS: WORKS OF HENRY FIELDING, VOLUMES I THROUGH XII, CHISWICK PRESS, LONDON, LIMITED TO TEN COPIES.

This is set number four. The volumes include two volumes Joseph Andrews, four volumes Tom Jones, three volumes Amelia, one volume Jonathan Wild, and two volumes Miscellanies. The volumes in fabulous tooled leather bindings, decorated with a green cover with red flowers and gilt leaves. The books pages have gilt edges. A fabulous set with extremely decorative bindings. SIZE: 9″ h x 6″ w, taking up 17-1/2″ shelf space. CONDITION: Generally very good, only minor imperfections if any. 50567-35 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3194

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3195

THREE FINE LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.

Lot includes; 1)Le Morte Darthur by Malory. By the Medici Society, Boston and London. In a nice, gold tooled leather binding. 2) La Femme et la Jeune Fille du XVII Siecle by J. B. Greuze. Edmond Pilon L’edition D’art. Having a gold tooled blue binding, no box. 3) The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, the Medici Society, Boston and London. Gold tooled blue binding. CONDITION: Bindings show some wear to high points, otherwise very good. 50567-34 (300-500) – Lot 3195

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3196

LOT OF SIXTY-ONE DECORATIVE BOOKS.

The lot includes 1) Fifteen volumes The Writings of Oscar Wilde, Uniform Edition by A. R. Keller & Co., 1907. Nice gold decorated deep blue leather bindings. 2) Twelve volumes Waverley Novels by Adam and Charles Black, 1863. 3) Sixteen volumes New Century Library in blue bindings. 4) Boxed three-volume set by William Faulkner, 1964. 5) Volumes III through XI My Book House, 1920. 6) Cased book set by Lewis Carroll of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Random House 1946. 7) Nine other volumes including The Seasons by James Thompson, London, 1746 as is. SIZE: Smallest: 6-1/4″ x 4-1/4″. Largest: 9-1/2″ x 7″. 6-1/2′ shelf space. CONDITION: Most are good, oldest books are as is with damage to bindings. 50567-31 (100-300) – Lot 3196

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3197

BOOK: LETTERS ON DEMONOLOGY AND WITCHCRAFT BY SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART, LONDON, 1830.

This small book in a tooled leather binding containing caricatures of witchcraft. The interior, having color plates along with black and white plates. SIZE: 6-1/4″ x 4″. CONDITION: Generally good, some foxing and toning. Appears to be intact. 50567-33 (350-500) – Lot 3197

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3198

COUNTRY FRENCH OAK FARMHOUSE TABLE.

Second half, 20th century, France. This good benchmade example constructed from old timber in the style of an 18th century country farmhouse table. The rectangular three-board top projecting above the conforming frieze, a cutlery drawer fitted at one end raised on square legs joined by cross stretchers at each end. The whole of pegged construction. SIZE: 30″ h x 8’11” l x 37″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Top with old shrinkage cracks and abrasions and wear, due to age of planks. 50800-148 (500-1,000) – Lot 3198

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3199

LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE.

Third quarter, 20th century, France. In two parts, the upper case with molded cornice over three aligned 6-panel astragal-glazed doors. Stepped back on the lower case fitted with a bank of four long drawers with thumb molded edges flanked by cupboard doors each with shaped fielded panel, within a molded surround, above the shaped and carved apron, raised on short molded cabriole legs terminating in molded sabots. SIZE: 73-1/2″ h. x 71″ w. x 19″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good overall with original surface. No damage or restoration noted. 50800-156 (300-500) – Lot 3199

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3200

FRENCH PROVENCAL STYLE OAK WRITING TABLE WITH PARQUET TOP.

Mid 20th century, France. The rectangular top with molded edge, framing a parquet writing surface above the conforming apron. Fitted with a single long drawer above a knee-hole flanked by deep drawers all with thumb molded edge. The sides and back of apron all with rectangular fielded panels with molded picture frame edges. The whole raised on cabriole legs. SIZE: 29″ h x 60″ l x 29-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Good with original surface. Parquet panels with some minor lifting. Otherwise very good. 50800-170 (500-800) – Lot 3200

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3201

ROCOCO REVIVAL ROSEWOOD ARMOIRE.

Mid 19th century. The deeply molded arched domed crest carved with a scrolling floral spray in the frieze above the single large door with mirror plate applied with carved floral vinery continuing from the frieze. The interior fitted with three adjustable shelves. Case with paneled sides, base fitted with single molded long drawer, the whole raised on suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 92″ h x 50″w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Armoire retains original surface. Top finials absent. Two turned elements mounted on canted corners are present while two are absent. Some drawer moldings absent. Leaf carvings on mirror plate are incomplete. Some additional parts are present and available. 50647-7 (700-900) – Lot 3201

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3202

FOUR METAL OVERLAY LAMPS.

1) Boudoir lamp has six panel shade with emerald marbleized slag glass. Shade is supported by an owl figural base depicting three conjoined owls; each having yellow button eyes on a waterlily petal base. Unsigned. 2) Bradley & Hubbard boudoir lamp has eight caramel slag glass panels overlaid with floral stems and border and topped with a pineapple finial. Shade is supported by marked Bradley & Hubbard square column base with stepped plinth. Base is completed with a four arm spider. Lamp is complete with verdigris patination. 3) Octagonal green slag glass panels are bordered at the bottom with eight wine red rectangular panels. Shade is further decorated with foliate filigree metal overlay. Shade is supported by a two socket base with swelled colonnette cast with floral bouquets. Base is marked on the underside “B&H”. 4) Boudoir lamp has eight sided curved shade backed with white glass overlaid with overall lattice work and with pagoda roofs having ribbon tied tassels. Shade is signed on bracket below each panel “Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co.”. Shade is supported by a single socket base affixed with ring mount to support shade with flaring squared pedestal joined to the octagonal base with scrolled acanthus leaves and stylized Greek Key border. Unsigned. SIZE: 1) Shade is 7-1/2″ dia. Lamp is 11″ h. 2) Shade is 9″ dia. Lamp is 15-1/2″ h. 3) Shade is 13-1/2″ dia. Lamp is 18-1/4″ h. 4) Shade is 9-1/2″ dia. Lamp is 15-1/2″ h. CONDITION: 1) Very good with verdigris patination. Base is rewired with appropriate cloth cord. 2) Very good with wear to patination on edges of base. Base is rewired with appropriate cloth cord. 3) Shade is very good with no missing overlay. There is some wear to patination on the foot of base. Base is rewired with appropriate cloth cord. 4) The shade is very good. The associated base has wear to finish and is rewired with contemporary plastic cord. 50567-36, 50567-41, 50567-43, 50567-45, (800-1,200) – Lot 3202

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3203

THREE ALADDIN-STYLE LAMPS.

First third 20th century, American. Each lamp of patinated metal in the form of an Aladdin’s lamp. Each lamp is mounted with a hexagonal metal overlay shaped shade with openwork brick design terminating in a floral band. Each shade is backed with a green and white striated glass while the skirt of the shade is backed with chartreuse and white striated glass. Unmarked. Third lamp is a boudoir style lamp with floral embossed base leading to a single socket. Base is mounted with a hexagonal metal overlay shaped shade with openwork brick design terminating in a stylized berries and leaves motif ending in two additional rows of brickwork. Shade is backed by chartreuse leading to striated green and ending in plum glass. Unsigned. SIZE: 11″ h x 7-1/4″ dia, 14-1/2″ h x 7-1/4″ dia and 16″ h x 8-1/4″ dia respectively. CONDITION: Patinated surfaces are undisturbed. The larger lamp with roughness to tops of green slag panels. The boudoir lamp is good with wear to exterior finish with slag panels being very good. 50567-39, 50567-40, 50567-42, (800-1,200) – Lot 3203

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3204

TWO LAMPS AND ONE COPPER LANTERN.

1) Handel piano lamp with scalloped shell molded bronze base leading to an adjustable gooseneck arm ending in a loaf shaped obverse painted shade with yellow background and scrolling cornucopia in shades of gray, blue and brown. Signed on the interior lip of shade “Handel” and numbered. Base is signed with an applied Handel tag on underside. 2) Cast metal boudoir single socket lamp is topped with a “Coolie Hat” style shade backed with four white textured carmel glass panels finished with geometric metal overlay. Unsigned. Art Nouveau influenced canister base molded with stylized tulips. Unsigned. 3) Fanciful sheet copper porch lantern is backed with blue-gray slag glass panels. Lantern frame is in the form of a gabled building with three gable windows within the roof. Each sheet copper panel is cut illustrating nymphs and with other dancing figures beneath trees. Lantern is connected to a hanging chain mounted to a ceiling bracket. SIZE: 1) Shade is 8″ l x 3-1/2″ d. Lamp is overall 11-1/4″ h. 2) Shade is 8-1/2″ dia. Lamp is 13-1/2″ h. 3) 15″ h. CONDITION: 1) Very good with no imperfections or restoration noted. 2) Structurally good. Shade is very good with no restoration or imperfections to glass panels. Lamp base with abrasions to the surface. The weighted foot rim with loss of paint. Rewired with contemporary plastic cord. 3) Original undisturbed surface. Very good overall. Electrical cord is contemporary plastic and is not grounded. Lantern support ring has separated. 50567-37, 50567-44, 50567-50, (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3204

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3205

TWO UNSIGNED SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMPS.

1) Eight panel shade with a ruby red upper row, middle row is chartreuse with bent panels, bottom border row has marbleized glass in red, blue, green, yellow and white with metal overlay design of spiderwebs on exterior of shade. Shade is supported by a four socket swelled columnar base with square foot. Lamp has verdigris patination. 2) Shade with shallow dome white bent panels overlaid with stylized foliate branches above floral garlands. Shade is supported by an octagonal flaring base cast with leaf tips amongst lattice work. Lamp has verdigris patination. SIZE: 1) Shade is 16″ dia. Lamp is 22″ h. 2) Shade is 20″ dia. Lamp is 24″ h. CONDITION: 1) Very good overall with some minor rubbing to exterior edges of shade. 2) Very good with no rubs, wear or cracked panels. 50567-48, 50567-56, (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3205

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3206

BRASS ADJUSTABLE DOUBLE STUDENT LAMP.

Second half 19th century, probably Connecticut. Wick adjuster dials marked “APOLLO DUPLEX E.M.& CO.”. Probably Edward Miller & Co. of Meriden, Connecticut. Of typical form. Each burner joined to a single horizontal arm centering kerosene oil font. All on adjustable central post. Raised on a weighted circular base. Lamp offered with two clear glass chimneys with beaded edge of period in “as found” condition. SIZE: 26″ h. 20″ overall w. PROVENANCE: Private central Maine estate. CONDITION: Surface with in use wear. Burners appear intact. Chimneys as noted. Good overall. 50647-20 (400-600) – Lot 3206

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3207

TWO-PART WELLER JARDINIERE & FLOOR VASE.

1) Jardiniere in the “Blossom” pattern having light to medium orange ground with branching white flowers & green leaves. Bottom marked “Weller Pottery Since 1872”. 2) Roseville “Pine Cone” pattern floor vase in orange to dark brown ground with pine cone & needle branch. Marked “Roseville U.S.A. 777-20″”. SIZE: 1) 31-1/2″ h overall; 13″ dia. 2) 20-1/4″ h. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: 1) Some imperfections in glaze, small hairline in rim of jardiniere. Otherwise very good. 2) Very good. 50012-98, 50012-99, (400-600) – Lot 3207

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3208

TEN ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY VASES IN THE “PINECONE” PATTERN.

Four blue pieces include: 8-1/4 ” h x 9″ dia. jardinaire unmarked; 4-1/4″ h x 7″ dia. vase marked 278-4; 8-1/2″ h vase marked illegibly; 8″ h bud vase marked 112-7. Four gold to brown pieces include: 10-1/2″ h vase marked 848-10″; 8-1/2″ h vase marked 842-8″; 8″ dia. vase marked 845-8″; 8-1/2″ h handled basket marked 409-8″. Two green vases include: 4-1/2″ h vase marked 458-7″; 6-1/2″ h basket marked 408-6″. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Blue: bud vase has chip on end of twig, otherwise very good. Gold: 10″ vase with repaired handle. Basket with small flake chip to base otherwise very good. Green: very good. 50012-126 (500-800) – Lot 3208

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3209

NINE MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY INCLUDING SEVEN VASES AND TWO COVERED COOKIE JARS.

1) 10″ h “Water Lily” covered cookie jar. Light blue marked 1-8″. 2) 10-1/2″ h “Zephyr lily” covered cookie jar in blue marked 5-8″. 3) 8-1/4″ h “Magnolia” vase in blue marked 92-8″. 4) 8-1/2″ h “Clematis” vase in orange to green marked 108-8″. 5) 8″ “Dahlrose” light brown unmarked by having a Roseville sticker on bottom. 6) 4-1/2″ h x 10-1/2″ dia. light brown unmarked bottom. 7) 6-1/4″ h x 8-1/2″ dia. light brown vase unmarked. 8) 6-1/4″ h “Dogwood I” pattern in green with a RV ink stamp to base. 9) 7-1/4″ h x 9″ dia. “Blackberry” jardiniere brown to green with unmarked bottom. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Magnolia vase has stained interior. Clematis vase has tiny base rim chip. Dogwood vase has body rubbing to glaze. All others are very good. 50012-127 (700-1,000) – Lot 3209

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3210

FOURTEEN MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY.

1-3) Three-piece tea set in the “Snowberry” pattern in green. 4) 4″ h x 10-1/2″ dia. “Clematis” low bowl marked 459-10″. 5) 11″ h “Freesia” pattern blue basket marked 392-10″. 6) 9″ h apple blossom in green marked 309-8″. 7)8″ bushberry basket in orange and green marked 370-8″. 8) 5″ h “Bushberry” double vase in orange/green marked 158-4-1/2″. 9) 6-1/2″ h “Dahlrose” triple bud vase in green to rose unmarked but have a Roseville sticker to base. 10) 5″ “Donatello” planter in ivory, light green/light brown unmarked. 11) 4-1/4″ h flower pot in “Apple Blossom” pattern in green marked 300-4″. 12) 4-1/4 ” h “Blackberry” squat vase in green and light brown unmarked but having Roseville sticker. 13) 3″ h “Columbine” in blue vase marked 655-3″. 14) 6″ dia. ashtray in the “Magnolia” pattern in pink marked “28”. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: 1-3) Teapot with crack in handle otherwise very good. 4) Small chip to inside of handle. 5) Very good. 6) Very good. 7) Very good. 8 )Very good. 9) Very good. 10) Very good. 11) Very good. 12) Very good. 13) Very good. 14) Very good. 50012-128 (400-800) – Lot 3210

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3211

SIX PIECES OF ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY IN THE “FREESIA” PATTERN.

1)8-1/4″ h X 12″ dia. jardinaire. Marked 669-8″. Colors of orange to dark brown. 2)8-1/4″ h x 12″ dia. jardinaire. Dark to light green. Marked 669-8″. 3) Two-handled 4″ h x 10″ dia. console bowl in medium blue. Marked 7-10″. 4)2-3/4″ h x 9″ dia. two-handled low bowl. Marked 465-8″. Colors orange to dark brown. 5) 10-1/2″ h pitcher marked 20-10″. Colored from orange to dark brown. 6) 9-1/2″ two-handled vase with flaring top urn style vase. Marked 124-9″. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: 1) One small chip in rim otherwise very good. 2) One small chip to flower and base rim. Chip on inside of base otherwise very good. 3) Very good. 4) Chip to inside 1 handle (possible in the making) otherwise very good. 5) Crack across handle otherwise very good. 6) Very good. 50012-129 (500-700) – Lot 3211

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3212

NATIVE AMERICAN FOLK ART BIRCH BARK PAINTING OF AN AMERICAN INDIAN CHIEF.

This unusual unsigned oil on bark portrait roundel is housed in a large, round, elaborately woven birch bark frame. The portrait depicts a proud chief in profile wearing a headdress of white feathers and a hide shirt adorned with several strings of beads. SIZE: Panel diameter: 16″. Overall: 32″ CONDITION: The bark painting is nailed to a round mahogany panel, which is slightly warped. The bark is lifting and puckering in places with a minor 1″ split. There is a 3″ area of restoration in the white feather of his headdress. There are losses to the intricate birch bark weaving of the frame. 50311-2 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3212

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3213

BRIAN STOCKMAN CARVING OF A BEAR IN ROBE WITH CATLINITE PIPE.

2011, New Hampshire. The standing black bear wearing a buffalo robe and white feather behind his ear holding a catlinite pipe carved in the form of a bison. The hard wood stem decorated with coiled porcupine quills dyed in colors to represent the Four Directions. The robe decorated with a red, white and black crossed symbol designating the Four directions. The figure carved from the solid is realistically rendered with fine details throughout. SIZE: 51-1/2″ h. CONDITION: The carving with vertical shrinkage cracks within normal perimeters, very good overall. 50793-1 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 3213

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3214

POLYCHROME MISSION BASKET.

Late 19th century, finely woven large Mission basket with geometric design in light tan with darker tan and black stitches on a grass foundation. SIZE: 17″ dia x 5″ h. CONDITION: Some stitch loss on rim and exterior, otherwise good. 50747-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3214

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3215

LOT OF THREE NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Lot includes: Early 20th century, Papago olla woven with geometric design, Early 20th century, Apache burden basket surmounted with painted hide decorations, Late 19th century, Klamath polychrome with step geometric design. SIZE: Papago 10-1/2″ t x 10″ w. Apache 8-1/4″ h x 10″ w. Klamath 4-3/4″ h x 7″ w. CONDITION: All three in very good condition. 50620-34 (700-900) – Lot 3215

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3216

PLAINS STYLE TRADE BEAD NECKLACE, PLAINS STYLE ROACH HEADDRESS AND TWO PRISON MADE POLYCHROME HORSEHAIR QUIRTS.

1) Trade bead necklace with blue, white heart red, and white glass beads with tooth beads. 2) Plains style roach composed of suede leather, two feathers and dyed plant fiber style hair with two ermine skin tassels. 3) Early 20th century, Two horsehair quirts finely woven with polychrome geometric design. SIZE: 1) 30″ l. 2) 12″ l x 11″ h (with feathers). 3) 15-1/2″ to 18″ l (without leather attachments). CONDITION: 1) Good. 2) Good. 3) Good. 50620-33 (300-500) – Lot 3216

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3217

19TH CENTURY PLAINS CHEYENNE TIPI BAG.

Blocked geometric design with white, boney trader blue, cranberry red, greasy green, sinew sewn beads with red yarn fringe. Remnants of tin cone danglers. SIZE: 17-1/2″ w x 11-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Some staining, some areas of stiffness, tear in the flap. 50620-60 (1,800-2,000) – Lot 3217

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3218

KWAKIUTL STYLIZED SHAMAN FIGURE.

Late 19th century, carved cedar with red and black painted highlights, unusually carved arms. SIZE: 16″ h (overall) x 5-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Very good old patina, applied hide hair with hide and wood thorn headdress some fragmented now in jar. Otherwise good. 50867-2 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3218

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3219

TWO NORTHWEST DRUM FACES AND A SMALL TOTEM POLE.

Last quarter 19th century, two hand drums, one depicting a stylized killer whale the other depicting a ferocious face, both in black and red polychrome paint. Hide with wood frame. First quarter 20th century, carved ceder polychrome totem pole, constructed in three pieces, depicting various effigy forms, including shaman at very top. SIZE: Whale 11″ dia x 2″ h, face 10-1/2″ dia x 1-1/2″ h. Totem 18″ l. CONDITION: Face drum, face on front completely worn with tear in hide, whale one is good with good in-use wear. Totem is good. 50867-3 (1,500-2,200) – Lot 3219

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3220

COLLECTION OF QUILLED BIRCH BARK BOXES, TRAYS AND A CANOE.

First half 20th century, Lot consists of; Five covered boxes, three napkin rings, rectangular open top box, sixteen birch bark and sweetgrass placemats, 19th century miniature Penobscot creel, and a birch bark canoe finely made with wood staves, gunwals, with woven quill decoration, four small paddles, in red and green paint. SIZE: Boxes – smallest 3″ w x 4-1/4″ h, larges 9″ x 4″ h. Placemats – largest 11-1/2″ w x 8″ h, smallest 6-1/2″ dia. Napkin 2-3/4″ w x 3″ h. Penobscot 6-1/2″ l x 3-1/4″ w x 2-1/2″ h. Canoe 20″ l x 5-1/2″ w x 4″ h. CONDITION: Lot of boxes in various conditions, some with major quill loss. Lot of placemats, some with stitch loss and quill loss. Napkin rings are birch bark and sweetgrass with major quill loss. Penobscot creel in red paint, breaks in rim. Canoe has minor wood loss, couple very minor small breaks in birch bark. 50647-18 (800-1,200) – Lot 3220

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3221

FIFTEEN PIECES OF NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY.

Second half of the 20th Century. Includes: Modern silver decorated cuff/bracelet; Decorated watch band with a watch brand “Navajo”; Metal & turquoise wide cuff/bracelet; Two modern silver necklaces with drop pendants marked “Sterling”; Marked “Sterling” silver chain with pendant having turquoise & coral along with matching earrings; Jade bead necklace; Two coral necklaces made of small cylinder beads; Large turquoise necklace with twelve large turquoise rocks; Turquoise & carved stone necklace with shell rings; Black bead decorative necklace; Silver pin in form of a sun-faced figure marked “KF 925” and a decorative sterling Gecko pendant. CONDITION: Generally good, the black necklace missing end of clasp. 50384-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 3221

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3222

PLAINS PICTORIAL HAND DRUM TOGETHER WITH PLAINS PICTORIAL RATTLE.

1) Early 20th century, Pictorial hand drum polychrome painted figural hide stretched on bent-wood foundation together with hide wrapped beater. 2) Late 19th century, Figural pictorial polychrome rattle, thick power flush foundation, sinew sewn, depicting finely painted Indian dancing with reverse dark blue with light blue spots, power flush handle. SIZE: 1) 12-1/2″ l x 11″ w. 2) 17″ l x 4-1/2″ w. CONDITION: 1) Good, shows good in-use wear. 2) Minor stitch loss, otherwise good. 50620-74 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3222

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3223

GROUP OF SEVEN SANTA CLARA POTTERY VESSELS.

Lot consists of two Tafoya vases, one by Phyllis with nicely carved olla with Avanu design in deep relief, the other by Cookie with stepped Pueblos in relief with pinched rim, three Mary Cain one in dark red with Avanu in deep relief bowl shape, a black bowl shape with Avanu design in deep relief and the third is a small wedding vase with Avanu in deep relief. The last by Robert Cleto Nichols has stylized fish and geometric design in deep relief on seed jar shape. SIZE: Largest 5-3/4″ h x 7-5/8″ w. Smallest 3-5/8″ h x 4-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Phillis vase and cookie are very good to excellent. Mary Cain good overall, wedding vase has three small surface abrasions. Robert Nichols very good. 50512-4 (700-900) – Lot 3223

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3224

GROUP OF SIX ALICE CLING NATIVE AMERICAN PITCH PINE POTTERY VASES.

Second half 20th century, lot of six pottery vases in elongated and olla shape. NOTE: According to www.cla.purdue.edu/waaw/peterson/cling.html. Navajo artist Alice Cling was born around 1946 in a hogan at Cow Springs, in the Tonalea section of Arizona. Her pots, embellished with the traditional thin coat of pitch, are deceptively simple. Their lasting beauty comes from her unusual use of clay and from the striking colors caused by outdoor firing. SIZE: Largest 8-1/2″ t x 5″ dia. Smallest 4-3/4″ t x 4-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with exception of one elongated vase has 5/8″ chip on rim, poorly repaired. 50512-6 (600-800) – Lot 3224

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3225

GROUP OF FIVE NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY PIECES.

Late 20th early 21st century. Lot consists of; one Octavio Andrew pot with seed jar type shape with flared rectangular lip, finely painted curvilinear and geometric design, signed on bottom. One Salvador Baca, finely shaped elongated olla, curvilinear and geometric design, signed on bottom with “Virginia”. C Tosa, Jamez, New Mexico, signed on bottom, painted design on green glaze. Santa Clara small round jar, signed on bottom Santana Adam. Doug Chahotte small red Santa Clara jar. SIZE: Largest 5-1/2″ h x 6″ dia. Smallest 2-1/2″ h x 3″ w. CONDITION: Octavio is good. Salvador is good. C Tosa, some minor paint flaking. Santana has 3/8″ by 1/8″ flake, otherwise good. Doug with minor surface abrasions. 50512-3 (600-800) – Lot 3225

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3226

GROUP OF FOUR NAVAJO AND SANTA CLARA POTTERY OBJECTS.

Late 20th century. Lot includes; Small Narranjo olla shape with finely incised carved elk, big horned sheep, mountains and Avanu, flowers and grasses, signed on bottom. Seed jar shaped with elliptical pinched lip, very finely incised carving of various Hopi rituals with Kokopelli and Kachinas dancing. Lawrence M. Crank, Navajo, dated 1993, small seed jar with tooled rim finely painted polychrome geometric design, some incise decoration. Alice Cling vase, Navajo, stylized seed jar. SIZE: Largest 5″ h x 6″ dia. Smallest 1-5/8″ h x 4″ dia. CONDITION: Narranjo is very good. Seed jar bottom has scratches and small flake in glaze. Lawrence seed jar is very good. Alice Cling jar has some minor abrasions to surface. 50512-2 (600-700) – Lot 3226

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3227

THREE NATIVE AMERICAN DECORATED POTTERY PIECES.

Lot includes; Melda Nampeyo, Hopi polychrome seed jar finely painted with geometric swirling motif, an Adele Nampeyo, polychrome seed jar polychrome with typical Hopi pattern, and an older Hopi small olla, signed with flower motif, typical Hopi motif. SIZE: Largest 4-3/4″ h x 5″ w. Smallest 3-3w/4″ h x 4-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Melda has minor surface abrasion. Adele has old restoration to paint and 2″ hairline crack in body. Hopi is good. 50512-7 (500-700) – Lot 3227

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3228

GROUP OF THREE NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASES.

1) Andrew Peynetsa, Zuni olla pottery vase, dated 2001. Beautiful shape finely fired depicting stylized deer with heart lines, in repeating pattern. 2) Late 20th century, Hector Gallegos small olla, finely thrown with polychrome ants. 3) Late 20th century, inscribed on bottom “Jicarilla Apache” and “La Madira”, signed Felipe. Red clay pottery olla with mica flakes. SIZE: 1) 9-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ dia. 2) 4-1/4″ h x 5″ dia. 3) 5-3/8″ t x 7-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: 1) Very good to excellent. 2) Very good. 3) One large and two small chips in rim. 50512-5 (500-700) – Lot 3228

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3229

SIX PIECES OF ACOMA NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY.

Late 20th century. B.D. Garcia, Acoma, New Mexico, olla pottery vase is decorated in fine geometric motif. Five Acoma pottery vases by Emma Lewis, Acoma, New Mexico dating from late 20th to early 21st century. Decorated with traditional geometric patterns, one with old style Mimbres patterns, one with polychrome deer and stylized floral motifs, small saucer shaped finely painted with lizards and knife design, polychrome. SIZE: Largest 7-1/4″ h x 9″ dia. Smallest 3-3/4″ dia x 1-3/4″ h. CONDITION: BD Garcia is Very good. Emma Lewis, all in very good condition. 50512-1 (600-800) – Lot 3229

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3230

LOT OF THREE NATIVE AMERICAN RELATED ITEMS.

1) 19th century, wooden tribal clapper. 2) Soapstone style effigy pipe. 3) Collection of Indian art catalogs, books and magazines. SIZE: Clapper 10″ l x 2″ w. Pipe 6″ (overall). CONDITION: Clapper is good showing nice patina and age. Pipe crudely carved with large chip at mouth piece. Books in used condition. 50656-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3230

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3231

TWO SERAPES, ONE SOUTH AMERICAN, ONE MEXICAN.

1) South American, 1930’s serape with central serrated medallion with geometric in the line field, woven in two pieces with center scene. 2) Mexican 1930’s serape with central serrated design on striped and geometric field, very finely woven. SIZE: 1) 81″ l x 55″ x. 2) 79″ l x 38″ w. PROVENANCE: Owned by William Mayo, who found East Texas Normal College in Cooper, TX in 1889 (now Texas A&M University). These were passed to his daughter, folklorist, Margo Mayo and then to her niece. CONDITION: 1) Minor soiling and bleed, some fringe loss. 2) Very good. 50813-5, 50813-7, (800-1,200) – Lot 3231

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3232

SEVEN-DRAWER WALNUT VICTORIAN SPOOL CABINET.

Canted front having 4 wide drawers above a straight front having 3 thin drawers. Sides have raised burl panels, molded top and molded base. SIZE: 28″ h x 18″ d x 28″ w. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Some uneven finish, generally very good. 50012-77 (200-400) – Lot 3232

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3233

16-DRAWER PINE AND OAK APOTHECARY CABINET.

The pine case fitted with 4 over 4 oak front drawers fitted with cast handles each fitted with a name label. Applied molded base missing its whole back board. SIZE: 34″ h. case 48-3/4″ w x 14″ d. Top 51″ w x 15-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. Missing 4 name tags 50012-75 (800-1,200) – Lot 3233

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3234

FINE CAST IRON DOORSTOP OF RABBIT WITH TOP HAT.

Circa 1920, New York. Albany Foundry, Albany, New York. Stamped “94” at rear of base. The hollow half round casting on integral solid base depicting a rabbit standing in tails and top hat on a grassy knoll. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 156. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: The piece retains original painted surface with vibrant palette. Minor paint wear, in very fine original condition. 50576-12 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3234

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3235

RARE AND FINE LARGE RABBIT DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Bradley & Hubbard Foundry, Meriden, Connecticut. This cast iron example embossed “B.&.H.” above the numeral “7800”. The doorstop with original painted surface depicting a well formed seated rabbit on a log. Remnants of original rubber bumpers on back of doorstop. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, Page 154. SIZE: 15-1/4″ h x 8-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Very fine untouched condition with original paint surfaces. 50576-6 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3235

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3236

“DAPPER DAN” CAST IRON DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, H.L. Judd Co., New Britain, Connecticut. This example with embossed flat casting and wedge shape back depicting a gentleman in tails and hat with cane in hand. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 208. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h x 4″ w. CONDITION: Original paint and very good untouched original condition. Painted surface abraded from cleaning but colors remain strong and vibrant. 50576-11 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3236

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3237

RARE CAST IRON CLOWN DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Pennsylvania. Cast at the Hubley Foundry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The double sided flattened full bodied casting on integral plinth base. Reference: The Doorstop Book, Smith, pg 227. Doorstops, Identification & Values, Bertoya, see front cover illustration and additionally pg 48. SIZE: 10-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Retains original vibrant paint in nearly as new condition, possibly used a shelf piece, with very minor abrasions. 50576-53 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3237

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3238

COLLECTION OF 5 AMERICAN CAST IRON FIGURAL DOORSTOPS.

Doorstops depict a pheasant with an incised mark “CN 36”; a dog doorstop by the “A.M. Greenblatt Studio Foundaries Copyright 1927 Model #17”; a seated painted decorated cat; fisherman doorstop in “Sou-Wester” and a large doorstop in the figure of a pig. SIZE: Smallest is 5-3/4″ h. Tallest is 9-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Structurally very good. All with in-use wear. 50809-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3238

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3239

QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY LOWBOY MADE BY NATHAN MARGOLIS.

Circa 1910, Hartford, Connecticut. The rectangular top with molded edge projecting above the conforming case fitted with a single long drawer over three aligned drawers, the center most fan carved, all with thumb molded edges, above the shaped apron raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in round pad feet. An early handwritten label fixed within the center drawer reads in script: “This lowboy was made for Mrs. J.A. Kilborn by Nathan Margolis, Hartford Conn. Feb 16, 1918.” SIZE: 34″ h x 41-1/2″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Case retains original surface, tight vertical shrinkage cracks on case sides, otherwise good. 50567-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3239

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3240

CHIPPENDALE STYLE BENCHMADE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR.

Late 19th early 20th century, American. This nice example inspired by examples at Independence Hall. The arched shell carved crest rail with c-scrolled floral crest continuing to molded outswept ears, continuing to molded styles centering a Gothic pierced splat carved with leaf tips, drapery tassels and Gothic trefoils flanked by out scrolled molded arms terminating in Flemish-influenced rolled handgrips with scrolled volutes on in-curved molded supports centering the trapezoidal over-upholstered seat raised on square molded and carved frontal legs, rear legs backswept, joined by an H-form stretcher. SIZE: 53-1/2″ h (at back), 18″ h (at seat) x 28″ w (overall). CONDITION: Very good overall, with all original surface, dark brown color and dark un-disturbed patina. 50898-12 (800-1,200) – Lot 3240

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3241

CHIPPENDALE STYLE CENTENNIAL BENCH MADE SLANT LID DESK.

Late 19th early 20th century, Massachusetts. Rectangular dovetailed case with hinged sloping lid resting on lopers, opening to an interior fitted with an arrangement of small drawers beneath valanced pigeonholes centering a shell-carved prospect door with blocked drawer flanked by engaged half columns. The central section slides out revealing a series of three open storage boxes concealed beneath the interior. The case fitted with four serpentine long drawers with original batwing brasses on a molded conforming base raised on well carved ball and claw feet. SIZE: 42-1/2″ h x 36″ case w x 20″ d. CONDITION: Desk retains original surface. All original. An old repair to proper right top corner of lid, otherwise good. 50310-1 (700-900) – Lot 3241

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3242

UNUSUAL WALNUT AND CAST IRON FOUR TIER SHELF.

Second half 19th century, American. Four graduated walnut shelves with serpentine front joined to pierced cast-iron architectural supports with cast-iron cresting of latticework centering a lyre. SIZE: 41″ h x 31″ w, overall 10″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall. All original and untouched. 50601-10 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3242

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3243

LOUIS XVI STYLE WALNUT TALL CHEST WITH GILT METAL MOUNTS.

Mid 20th century, France. The rectangular top with matching bookend veneers above the conforming case, fitted with a pair of lined short drawers over five long drawers. All with brass moldings, cast with anthemion leaves. Raised on square tapered legs, with cast-brass trim. The pilasters with cast brass pendant trophy mounts. SIZE: 55″ h x 38″ w x 23″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: All hardware and cast brass decorations original. Chest retains original surface, draw fronts now dry and in need of re-polishing. Structurally very good. 50800-82 (500-1,000) – Lot 3243

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3244

LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHAVING STAND.

Late 19th century, America. Stand with oval mirror tilting within a yoke frame joined to a bowfront cabinet fitted with a bank of two short drawers and cabinet door raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns joined to a medial shelf. SIZE: 70-1/2″ h x 20″ w x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Cabinet retains original surface. Top with old minor water rings and spot alcohol stains. Hardware orginal. No damages or restoration noted, minor and expected abrasions and roughness to edges. Good overall. 50567-18 (600-800) – Lot 3244

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3245

RARE ORIGINAL KAR-MI FULL COLORED POSTER PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL PTG & ENG CO.

Beautiful, huge Poster “KAR-MI – Was Buried Alive for 32 Days” 80″ x 41″ in 2 parts, 1914. By the National Printing & Engraving Co., NY, Chicago & St. Louis. A spectacular piece, in vivid color, with a crowd of Indian admirers surrounding the medicine man and observing Kar-Mi, smiling in his opened grave, happy to have been found! Two gents in white suits and pith helmets ride by in a sedan chair on an elephant, in all a striking and unusual scene. In beautiful condition, and impressive. SIZE: 80″ h x 41″ w. CONDITION: Colors remain vibrant throughout with no staining, toning or foxing. Folding creases are minimal. Poster remains in two parts as originally published and is free floating within frame. 50586-1 (500-600) – Lot 3245

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3246

ROBERT RODRIGUEZ (American, b. 1947) THE FLYING VAZQUEZ, RINGLING BROS AND BARNUM & BAILEY CIRCUS POSTER.

Color offset lithographic poster depicting a tumbling trapeze artist with a picture of the group in the upper right corner. Housed in a modern red frame. Signed in pencil lower right “Robert E. Rodriguez” and numbered lower left “35/100″. SIZE: 27″ x 39-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 50586-2 (200-300) – Lot 3246

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3247

FRAMED PAINTING ADVERTISING SIGN FOR JOHN JAMESON & SON DUBLIN WHISKEY.

The oil on panel advertisement titled “Experience the Best of Ireland” (“Ireland” in gold leaf). The scene shows a golfer swinging a club in front of two other golfers with an open top green speedster. The spacious clubhouse is seen behind and the background shows the distillery having background hills with cultivated fields. The bottom “Touring by Car Golf at Portmarnock” and on the right side a large bottle of the whiskey surrounded by a banner “See Dublin Home of Jameson Finest Whiskey”. Housed in a modern molded wood frame behind glass. The back panel having an “S.H. Benson Advertising Agency” label. SIZE: Sight: 27-1/2″ x 48-1/2″. Overall: 32-3/4″ x 48″. CONDITION: Some discolored varnish, otherwise very good. 50562-3 (5,000-6,000) – Lot 3247

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3248

PAINTED AND CARVED TRADE SIGN FOR POLLARD & SON ARMOURERS.

20th century, England. The polychrome painted pine sign, in the form of a tombstone, applied with crossed cannons above cannon balls. Advertising the dock yard establishment of Pollard & Son Harwich. SIZE: 42″ h x 36″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Vertical shrinkage cracks at the plank seams. Painted surfaces with some losses and abrasion, with wear overall. Otherwise good. 50800-107 (200-400) – Lot 3248

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3249

VICTORIAN STYLE LATE 20TH CENTURY DUMMY BOARD.

Depicting a white dog with parasol in mouth climbing atop a blue fringe stand. Mounted to a blue board with black frame. SIZE: Total: 30-1/2″ x 27-3/4″. Board: 25″ x 21″ CONDITION: Very good. 50898-8 (700-900) – Lot 3249

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3250

LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED WALNUT DRAW-LEAF DINING TABLE.

Carved overall in the Rococo style, the rectangular top with shape molded edges above the secondary conforming top, fitted within the freeze, all above the scalloped and shaped apron, carved with scrolling floral vinery, raised on molded cabriole legs, each surmounted by a foliate cartouche over pendant vinery and carved acanthus leaves. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 61″ l (closed), 9′ x 41″ (open). PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good with original surface. 50800-157 (150-300) – Lot 3250

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3251

CARVED OAK THREE DRAWER BUFFET.

Late 19th, early-20th century, probably France. Rectangular top above the conforming case, fitted with three aligned short drawers above a bobbin turned molding, above three aligned recessed paneled doors on a molded plinth. SIZE: 44″ x 67″ l x 20″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: The case shows extensive wear on top with seam cracks. Proper left rear side of case with loss to side. Proper right side of plinth missing. Fair overall. 50800-160 (200-300) – Lot 3251

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3252

LOUIS PHILLIPE PINE STEPBACK BOOKCASE.

Third quarter, 19th century, France. In two parts, the upper case with molded corners and canted corners, above a pair of glass panel doors opening to an interior to three fixed shelves, fitted to the mid-molded lower case with a pair of aligned short drawers above a pair of cupboard doors all with recessed molded panels, raised on a molded plinth. SIZE: 90″ t x 48″ w x 20″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good with tight vertical shrinkage cracks on case sides. The bookcase now with a simulated walnut finish. 50800-171 (300-500) – Lot 3252

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3253

QUEEN ANNE STYLE BENCH MADE MAHOGANY WRITING DESK.

Second quarter 20th century, English. The rectangular molded crossbanded top above the conforming case fitted with three aligned short drawers with cock beaded edges over a pair of drawers centering an arched apron raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in pad feet. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 48″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with re-polished surfaces and nice patina. Outer drawers each missing one short cock beaded strip. 50494-43 (500-800) – Lot 3253

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3254

THREE ORMOLU MOUNTED & DECORATED CAPO DI MONTE COVERED BOXES WITH COLLECTIBLE BOOK.

1) 7″ h x 9-1/2″ x 7-1/2″ hinged box with relief scenes including warrior, battle scene, figures against a white background. Blue mark to base. 2) 4″ h x 9-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ hinged box with gold background and relief scenes of cherubs, nude man & woman and colorful curtain swags. 3) 4″ h x 9-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ hinged box with white background and relief scenes of cherubs, nude man & woman and colorful curtain swags. Book: Capodimonte Collectibles by Bloom. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Generally very good with some gold rubbing. 50012-133 (600-900) – Lot 3254

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3255

GROUP OF GERMAN PORCELAIN NIGHT LIGHTS, TOGETHER WITH FIGURAL TEAPOT AND MATCHING STILL BANK.

First half 20th century, Germany. Lot comprises twelve night lights including a Dutch girl and boy with luminous eyes, three seated Oriental figural lamps, four in the form of Middle Eastern characters, etc. Two large figures, each depicting a woman in pink blouse with brown hair in bun, holding a teapot and with umbrella and satchel on left arm, wearing brown dress with apron. Neck scarf continuing to form handle. One figure designed as a teapot. The second similar figure designed as a still bank. The coin slot located at the back of her waist. Additional figures include an Art Deco seated nude female figure by Metzler & Ortloff. SIZE: Ranges from 4″ h to 11″ h. PROVENANCE: From a private collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Electrical wiring is antiquated and should be replaced. Single Majolica frog type pitcher with considerable damage on frame and spout. 30548-16 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3255

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3256

FOUR DECORATED GERMAN CABINET VASES AND FIVE CONTINENTAL FIGURINES.

Both Dresden having blue beehive mark. 1 & 2) 7-1/2″ high urn form with reticulated necks and two gold handles. Both vases have central bands with classical scenes. The remainder of the vase has gold decorated burgundy field. One signed on bottom “JUPITER” and “APOLLO”, the other signed “VENUS” and “CERES”. 3) 4-1/2″ high vase signed “WAGNER” decorated with woman and Cupid. The bottom with a blue beehive mark and inscribe “AMOR ALS FISCHER”. 4) 4-1/2″ high vase having two gold handles and four gold feet decorated with two women in landscape titled “WINTER”. 5 & 6) Two Capodimonte figurines, one with flower decorated dress, the other classical style with gold dress. 7, 8, 9) Three other figurines with blue mark illegible, one of woman dancing with flower dress, another Diana with bow and arrows, and the last a gentleman in fine outfit. SIZE: 1-4) As stated above. 5-9) Range from 7″ to 10-1/2″. CONDITION: 1-4) Very good. 5-9) Generally very good, one finger of gentleman tip missing, one chip off lady’s foot, flower tip missing, otherwise very good. 41673-8, 41673-9, (800-1,200) – Lot 3256

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3257

NINE DECORATED SERVICE PLACES AND THREE-PIECE SILVER OVERLAY PORCELAIN TEA SET.

10″ plates having a turquoise border, surrounded by two gold borders with blue enamel dots. The center having a family crest in gold and blue. There is an impressed mark which is eligible and a number “9281” written on the back. The tea set in cobalt blue color having silver mounts including large monogram, chained shields and bottom and top rims. Silver marked sterling. The set comprising of 6″ teapot, having porcelain tea strainer (stained and with one small chip), 4-1/2″ a covered sugar and a 3-1/2″ creamer. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good, silver tarnished. 50647-23 (250-350) – Lot 3257

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3258

FOUR LIMOGES OYSTER PLATES.

First quarter 20th century, marked “L.S. & S Limoges, France” on reverse. Porcelain with floral and gilt decoration. SIZE: 8-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Three very good, one with minor chip. 50411-2 (300-500) – Lot 3258

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3259

SIXTY-SIX PIECE ASSEMBLED SET OF ROYAL WORCESTER DINNER SERVICE IN A VARIETY OF DECORATIVE FLORAL PATTERNS ALONG WITH SIX SERVICE PLATES.

The service is comprised of similar pieces having different colorations as follows: twelve 8-3/4″ plates and a 14-1/4″ diameter serving plate marked with a green Royal Worcester mark retailed by David Collamore & Co.; 17″ x 13-1/2″ single oval platter with slightly different design; 21-piece set with blue flower centers and colorful floral and star borders including twelve 9-1/4″ plates, 8″ long gravy with underliner, 8-1/2″ diameter shallow serving bowl, 9-1/2″ square serving dish, 10″ x 7-1/2″ shaped serving dish, two 10 x 8″ oval serving dishes, 17″ x 13-1/2″ platter, 15″ x 12″ platter; 9-1/2″ similar design low compote; thirty-one piece set with brown and white floral border and light blue flower interior consisting of: 22-1/2″ x 10″ fish platter, 10″ x 8″ oval serving bowl, 12″ x 7″ covered tureen, 9-1/2″ covered footed serving dish, two 9-1/2″ plates (one chipped), two 7-1/4″ shallow bowls, six 6-1/2″ diameter saucers, eleven 5-1/2″ saucers, three 2-1/2″ coffee cups, three 2″ tea cups (two with hairlines); set of six 10-1/4″ highly decorated and enameled service plates marked on the back “Brown-Westhead-Moore & Co Staffordshire England and Davis Collamore & Co New York”. Each plate decorated the same with quails in a central rondel surrounded by blue birds and rabbits. The outer border with six scenes of birds and rabbits all with cobalt blue and gilt colors. CONDITION: Plates: one with hairline crack, otherwise very good. 50647-21 (500-700) – Lot 3259

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3260

37-PIECE LENOX DINNER SERVICE IN THE “WEATHERLY” PATTERN.

Ivory ground with silver edge, gold mark to base and marked “D517”. Set consists of: Eight 10-1/2″ dinner plates; Eight 8″ luncheon plates; Seven 6-1/2″ bread plates; Five 6-1/4″ saucers; Seven 4″ dia. handled cups and two 3-3/4″ candlesticks. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-135 (100-150) – Lot 3260

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3261

PAIR OF CARVED AND INLAID TABORETS TOGETHER WITH A SMALLER EXAMPLE.

Second quarter, 20th century, Middle East. The pair with circular tops relief carved with bands of grapevines and floral vinery, centering a rondel, inlaid with floral sprigs. Fitted to the base comprised of eight hinged pierce carved foliate panels. The third taboret with octagonal top carved overall with grape and floral vinery, mounted on a base comprised of eight pierce-carved hinged panels. SIZE: 25″ h x 23-1/2″ dia. (pair). 19″ h x 20″ dia. (single). PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: All in good overall condition with dark brown coloration. 50800-39, 50800-40, (300-500) – Lot 3261

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3262

CARVED & SIGNED MIDDLE EASTERN WOOD TRAY.

The fine relief carving showing a palace with figures surrounded by a band of Arabic writing which is surrounded by a 3″ border of birds & grapes having an outside border of flowers, birds & vines. Signed in two different cartouches on outside border. SIZE: 22″ x 16″. CONDITION: Generally very good. 50524-10 (200-400) – Lot 3262

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3263

ART NOUVEAU STYLE FIGURE OF “STELLA”, BY ANT NELSON.

Affixed with a plaque near base of statue “Stella” mounted on a green onyx socle. Figure with outstretched hands waving a banner inlaid with three 5 pointed white glass stars. Figure is signed on the base in script “Ant Nelson”. SIZE: 25-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Surfaces have been cleaned. Back of statue has been drilled for probable application for lamp. Otherwise good. 50567-47 (400-600) – Lot 3263

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3264

SMALL PAINT DECORATED DOME TOP STORAGE BOX.

Mid 20th century, American. The domed hinged lid decorated with a floral spray within a gilt and red lined border, further within a floral border. Box sides decorated with floral sprays. SIZE: 5″ h x 9-3/4″ l x 5-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Area of abrasion on lid, center left facing. 50558-11 (400-600) – Lot 3264

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3265

WELCH COMPANY WALL REGULATOR SIMPLE CALENDAR CLOCK, LAST QUARTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY.

The walnut case with incise scroll decoration centering a calendar dial; time only. 8 day movement pendulum. SIZE: 34-1/2″ l x 14-3/4″ w x 5-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Some restoration to the case. Case has been finished and oiled. 49421-89 (350-550) – Lot 3265

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3266

LOT OF FIVE BOXED BACCARAT CRYSTAL PAPERWEIGHTS.

1) Limited Edition portraying James Monroe in a limited run of 400, the rarer edition with green & clear star background. 2) Limited Edition portraying Will Rogers limited to 300, cased in a green swirl design with clear star cut background. 3) Limited Edition portraying Theodore Roosevelt, limited to 300, cased with green background. 4) Baccarat paperweight portraying John Kennedy with a blocked green & clear background. 5) Limited Edition portraying Pope John XXIII in a limited run of 2000 having red background. All contained in original boxes which are as is. SIZE: 2-1/2″ to 3″ dia. CONDITION: Paperweights are very good. 50389-14 (700-900) – Lot 3266

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3267

DECORATED BEECH AND MAHOGANY DEMILUNE SIDE CABINET.

Late 20th century. The cabinet fitted with central bowed door decorated with a floral filled urn simulating marquetry. Interior fitted with two fixed shelves, the cabinet raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 32″ h x 29-1/2″ w x 13-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Retains original surface. 50494-29 (400-600) – Lot 3267

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3268

GUERIDON MARBLE TOP TABLE.

Mid 20th century, France. The circular marble top comprised of alternating “rays” of white and variegated green marble set within a cast brass border above the conforming freeze of rectangular molded panels and a single drawer raised on tapering square legs with molded edges, surmounted by cast-brass reeded panels. SIZE: 32″ h overall, 27-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Table retains original surfaces with minor losses to molded edges of drawer. Brass gallery slightly misshapen, otherwise good. 50800-42 (200-300) – Lot 3268

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3269

GILLOWS SMALL OAK GATE LEG TABLE.

Late 19th early 20th century. England. Gillows brand on top of drawer front, underside impressed with number “35834”. Diminutive quarter sawn rectangular top with conforming hinged leaves above frieze fitted with single drawer, raised on barleytwist legs with shaped box stretcher. 2 side legs with gates hinged for leaf support. SIZE: 27-1/4″ h x 12″ l. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Table has been completely stripped and refinished in honey brown. No structural defects or restoration noted, very good over all. 50012-1 (200-400) – Lot 3269

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3270

PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT FOOTSTOOLS.

American 3rd quarter 19th century. This unusually large pair with square frames applied with C-scrolls centering a pierced quatrefoil above a molded spade drop pendant raised on molded cabriole legs terminating in sabots. Each fitted with a conforming padded cushion covered in a pall gold patterned damask. SIZE: 17″ h overall x 11-1/2″ h frame x 21-1/4″ square. CONDITION: Some loss to corner molding upper seat frame. Repairs and reattachment of finials. Loss of sections to two C-scrolled elements. Frames structurally sound with original cushion frames. 50270-37 (300-400) – Lot 3270

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3271

TWO ARTICLES OF CHILDREN’S FURNITURE.

20th century, France and Massachusetts. A child’s beech fauteuil with shaped back centering a rectangular over upholstered panel. Joined to molded arms with outswept hand grips and padded armrests centering the trapezoidal seat raised on frontal molded cabriole legs and back swept in-curved rear legs. The chair covered in a cotton damask pink checked and floral fabric. The second item, a child’s rocking dory, with manufacturer’s label of the original Gloucester Rockers, this example marks #348. Fabricated from various hardwoods, the dory in blue and red paint, mounted on wave-form rockers. SIZE: 30″ h of back; 11″ h of seat; 17-1/2″ w; 36″ l of rocking boat; 18″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good overall. 50800-15, 50800-162, (200-400) – Lot 3271

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3272

PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE ARMCHAIRS, TWO CONSOLE TABLES AND A WINE CABINET.

The chair with panel crest rail, joined to rectangular stiles with rolled ears, continuing to downswept arms on baluster supports, centering the trapezoidal caned seat raised on tapering cylindrical, ring-turned frontal legs and backswept rear legs. Each armchair with ebony stringing and fitted with a seat cushion. A Chinese Chippendale style mahogany console with carved frieze legs and pierced carved returns and inset plate glass top. A walnut sofa table with molded tray edge, the freeze fitted with two drawers above the shaped shell carved apron, raised on six tapering cylindrical cabriole legs, terminating in spoon pad feet. The oak wine cabinet with molded corners above a pair of astragal-glazed doors,opening to an interior fitted with two bottle racks, to accommodate seven bottles. Finished on front only. Designed to be inserted into either cabinetry or shelving. SIZE: Chairs: 32″ h of back; 16″ h of seat; overall width 21″. Console table: 31″ h x 60″ l x 17-12″ w. Sofa table: 27″ h x 54″ l x 16″ d. Cabinet: 20″ h overall x 27″ w overall x 17″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Chairs very good overall with original surface. One-inch loss to ebony string inlay, proper left ear on one armchair. Sofa table with original surface. Small veneer loss to one return. Otherwise good. Sofa table, small surface blemishes to tray-top molding. Otherwise very good. Wine cabinet with original surface. Very good with small shallow nick, top molding, proper left door. 50800-53, 50800-139, 50800-140, 50800-169, (500-800) – Lot 3272

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3273

41-PIECE FISH SET BY PORTMEIRION POTTERY.

Marked on bottom “Made in England” and each plate having an identified fish. Set consists of: Fourteen 10-1/2″ deep plates; Fourteen 8-1/2″ bowls; Twelve 7-1/4″ plates; 19-1/2″ x 10″ platter. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-137 (100-150) – Lot 3273

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3274

TWO DECORATED FOOTED PUNCH BOWLS.

1) Hand painted in grape cluster & leaf decoration. Signed on bottom “C.E. Lummus June 1898”. 2) Large ironstone footed punch bowl by Maddocks in the “Ambenton” pattern. Blue mark to bottom. The decoration in a blue with a center spray of flowers. SIZE: 1) 6″ h x 13-1/2″ dia. 2) 9-1/2″ h x 17-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Some brown age toning at rim and base, having two thumbnail size chips to base, gold rim loss. 50012-86, 50012-139, (200-400) – Lot 3274

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3275

GROUP OF SEVEN WEDGWOOD BLUE TRANSFER WARE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY PLATES.

Circa 1927, England. This rare grouping being the only blue transfer ware commemorative plates, designed by Wedgwood. Scenes include Holden Chapel, the Law School, the Library of the School of Business Administration, and Memorial Hall. Each plate with central vignette within a dense border of fruit and flowers. SIZE: 10″ dia CONDITION: Condition is very good with no visible surface damage. 50494-51 (200-400) – Lot 3275

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3276

THREE ARCHITECTURAL STYLE FLOOR LAMPS.

Late 19th early 20th century. 1) A carved walnut example in the Victorian taste modeled as a street lamp. The octagonal lamp with 8-frosted glass panels, a cylindrical post joined to an X-form base carved with scrolled volutes. 2) A large wrought iron adjustable bridge lamp. The adjustable wrought iron arm with single light sliding on an iron shepherds crook post joined to a tripod scrolled wrought iron base. 3) A classical carved mahogany floor lamp in the form of a reeded column with urn-turned acanthus leaf carved base on a circular molded plinth fitted with a round 6-panel mica shade. SIZE: 1) 77-1/2″ h. 2) 65″ h. 3) 67-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Each floor lamp in very good condition, in need of minor polishing and cleaning. The mica shade with substantial damage to roof panel. Side panels intact and remain luminescent. All in need of rewiring. 50524-19 (300-500) – Lot 3276

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3277

SLATE AND MALACHITE SHELF CLOCK. RETAILED BY SHREVE STANWOOD & CO. BOSTON.

1860-1869, Boston, Massachusetts. Neo-classical architectural form with inlaid green and malachite panels with delicate incised vinery tracery centering a thick beveled glass door opening to an enameled dial with Roman numeral chaptering and time and strike aperture. The eight day, brass spring driven movement incised with the numeral 27764. SIZE: 13-1/4″ h. 15-1/2″ w. 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Chips in beveled glass. Chips on apertures on enameled dial. Bell, pendulum and winding key absent. Case otherwise intact. 50524-8 (250-400) – Lot 3277

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3278

1) HUGH JONES WINE CADDY 2) JEFF FETTY LILY SCULPTURE 3) SOUVENIR COMMEMORATIVE TABLE BELL 4) BRONZE DOLPHIN BASE.

1) Mahogany four bottle caddy with Hugh Jones label. 20th century, Boston, Massachusetts. 2) Sculpture of single stem lily, signed Fetty (Jeff Fetty) on base. 3) Reproduction silver plated bell with turned handle engraved “Captain’s Table R.M.S. TITANIC 1911″ 4) Cast bronze of two opposing stylized dolphins joined to a central open rectangle. Object probably a base. SIZE: 1) 16-1/2″ h. 2) 22-1/2″ h. 3) 6-1/2″ h. 4) 19-1/2” l. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Very good overall. 50800-8 (200-400) – Lot 3278

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3279

HANK WALKER (American, 20th century) “SUNSET GEESE”.

Framed limited edition print showing a hunter and his dog walking along a Maine beach, Pencil signed “Hank Walker” numbered 5/20 with a pencil sketch remark. Also inscribed in pencil “Limited edition on 20 prints for the state of Maine’s Ducks Unlimited.” Housed in a fine molded wood frame with double mat. A descriptive artist’s page pertaining to this print on verso. SIZE: Sight 17-3/4″ x 20″. Overall 24-1/2″ x 27″. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 50012-148 (75-100) – Lot 3279

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3280

FRAMED PRINT “RECEPTION OF THE PRINCE OF WALES IN THE CITY-THE ROYAL QUADRILLE IN THE GRAND BALL ROOM”.

The colored print from the Supplement to “The Graphic” May 27, 1876. Housed in a decorative modern frame with double mats behind glass. SIZE: Sight: 14-1/2″ x 21-1/2″. Overall: 22″ x 29″. CONDITION: Good, some fold marks & several spots, not examined out of frame. 50586-4 (200-300) – Lot 3280

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3281

TWO HISTORIC AMERICAN PRINTS.

1) Framed colored lithograph of Independence Hall, Philadelphia published by Thomas Hunter, and lithographer Theodore Poleni, copyright 1875. Housed in a stained wood gold edge frame with mat. 2) Framed print of “Western View of Williams College & Other Buildings” from Barber’s book of Massachusetts History & Antiquities of Every Town in Massachusetts” 1844. Housed in a lemon gold molded wood frame. SIZE: 1) Sight: 14-1/2″ x 20-3/4″. Overall: 21-1/2″ x 28″. 2) Sight: 6″ x 7-1/2″. Overall: 8-1/2″ x 10″. CONDITION: 1) Unknown margin size, not examined out of frame, central vertical fold evident. 2) The glass is missing 1/3 which has been missing a long time and the exposed print has age toned, otherwise very good. 50558-18 (700-800) – Lot 3281

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3282

LOT OF THREE LIMITED EDITION 1989 MAINE DUCK STAMP PRINTS, THREE $2.50 STAMPS, AND TWO GOLD METAL STAMP MEDALLIONS.

Set 1 includes signed limited edition and numbered 250/350 medallion edition. The print signed by the artist Jeannine Staples housed in its original folder with separate medallion and wildlife stamp. Set 2 includes signed limited edition and numbered 249/350 medallion edition. The print signed by the artist Jeannine Staples housed in its original folder with separate medallion and wildlife stamp. Set 3 is limited edition signed and numbered print 834/2450 with stamp. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-152 (200-400) – Lot 3282

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3283

FIVE MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF FURNITURE AND PARIS MANUFACTURING CHILD’S WHEELBARROW.

1) Wheelbarrow signed on bottom “MADE BY PARIS MFG. CO. SOUTH PARIS, ME., U.S.A. NO. 3”. Red painted wood wheel, removable sides with red decorations. One side printed “PETER”. 2) 3-tier wood and bamboo shelf. The standing shelf having bamboo supports with 3 wood shelves. 3) 2-tier rattan and wicker stand. Turned wood legs support a woven shelf and top. Retaining original Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Co. label. 4) Modern wicker 2-tier round stand. 5) Walnut French style 2-tier stand. Heart cutouts, gallery type top and shaped legs. 6) Metal based marble top stand. SIZE: 1) 13-1/2″ h x 41″ w x 14″ d. 2) 50″ h x 19-1/2″ w x 9-1/2″ d. 3)30″ h x 16-1/2″ square. 4)24″ h x 20″ dia. 5) 28-1/2″ h x 16″ w x 10-1/2″ d. 6)20-1/2″ h x 21″ w x 13-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good. 3) Good some light stains. 4) Very good. 5) Fair to good showing minor breaks and stains. 6) Good. 50012-66, 50012-70, 50012-71, 50012-72, 50012-76, 50012-82, (150-250) – Lot 3283

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3284

FRENCH CRYSTAL REGULATOR MANTEL CLOCK.

Last quarter, 19th century, France. The rectangular brass case with molded corners, fitted with four clear beveled glass panels and with hinged doors at front and rear. Raised on a concave molded plinth with bracket feet. The French brass eight-day movement with open escapement and Roman numeral chapter ring on the porcelain dial, centering time and strike apertures, striking on a gong. The movement driven by a two-barrel mercury pendulum. The brass back-plate impressed with the serial number 658. “THIS ITEM CANNOT BE SHIPPED AND MUST BE PICKED UP AT OUR FAIRFIELD, MAINE FACILITY DUE TO THE MERCURY PENDULUM PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good. No imperfections noted. Porcelain face without blemish. Movement appears clean and functional. 50800-163 (200-300) – Lot 3284

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3285

TWO ANTIQUE TABLE LAMPS.

1) A reverse painted boudoir lamp with a reverse painted shade. The shade having a sunset scene with house, trees and snow. Unsigned, the metal lamp marked “1856” and having a central single socket. 2) An electrified kerosene lamp by Miller. The lamp having a milk glass shade. SIZE: 1) 13-1/2″ h x 7-1/2″ dia. 2) 18″ h x 10″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: 1) Cord is frayed, needs re-wiring, small chips in fitter rim, otherwise very good. 2) Generally very good. 50012-107, 50012-111, (150-250) – Lot 3285

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3285A

TWO HANGING PARLOR LAMPS, ONE WITH CRANBERRY HOBNAIL SHADE.

1) Having a Juno lamp brass font with electrical fixture, decorative brass shade ring with drop crystal prisms. The base with applied wreath decoration and having an ornamental brass drop and S-scroll arms. 2) Fitted with a pattern glass clear font with electrical fixture being wired, ornamental shade ring with drop crystal prisms, twisted brass arms, and decorative metal drop. SIZE: 1) 33″ X 14-1/4″. 2) 25″ x 14-1/4″. CONDITION: 1)Needs rewiring (no shade). 2) Shade is very good, small section of chain needed, has been modified. 16397-141 (500-800) – Lot 3285A

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3286

ANSONIA SHORT DROP REGULATOR WALL CLOCK.

First quarter, 19th century. New York. Regulator clock of typical form, with circular molded round hinged door, opening to the round dial, paper on tin, with Roman numeral chapter ring and time only aperture. Clock with spring movement above the molded throat with hinged glass panel door fitted with brushed brass pendulum. SIZE: Dial 11″ dia, 30-1/2″ l, 10-3/4″ w of throat. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Movement appears clean and intact. Birch case with original darkened varnished surface. Good overall. 50800-124 (100-150) – Lot 3286

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3287

WOOD TRAY, WOOD SHELF, GILT LEAVES, & BRASS BOTTLE.

1) 2-handled 23″ w x 15″ d octagon inlaid tray. 2) 12-1/2″ h decorative shelf with carved scroll design having painted highlights. 3) 27-1/2″ w x 9″ h gilt architectural fragment of connected leaves. 4) 13″ h covered brass bottle decorated with Middle Eastern motifs. CONDITION: Generally good. 3) Various chips to tips of leaves & finish loss. 4) Brass bottle does not sit level. 50524-13 (100-200) – Lot 3287

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3288

1) BRASS LOCK PLATE AND LOCK 2) CAST WALL HANGER 3)BULLET MOLD 4) POWDER FLASK 5)POCKET SUNDIAL/COMPASS 6)REPRODUCTION CALVARY SWORD.

1) Brass door plate with ring handle, keyhole, and lock. Designed after early European models, and is a period example, 18th century. 2) Cast brass pierced wall hanger, swiveling on a bracket. Arm decorated with a six-pointed star. Bracket with a pierced diamond, with a secondary hook functioning as locking mechanism, and with cast brass hanger which slides over the arm. 3) Brass handles joined to a swiveling iron cover with incised mark 54. 4) Small copper and brass powder flask of raindrop shape. Spring loaded nozzle does not fully function. 5) Continental engraved brass and silvered steel pocket sundial with compass. Square top is engraved with flower heads, centering a silvered steel disk, flanked by adjustable numerical arms supporting a pierced, cartouche shaped measure. 6) 20th Century copy of a regulation Ames Staff Officer’s sword, stamped “India” on back of blade. SIZE: 1) 11″ h x 17″ l. 2) 11″ l. 3) 7-3/4″ l. 4) 5″ l. 5) 3 ” l x 3″ w. 6) 38″ l. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: 1) Brass plate burnished and lacquered. Latch mechanism functional. Key absent. 2) Brass mold in good operable condition. Iron cover with pitting and corrosion, otherwise good. 3) Dimples in body. Spring lever as previously described. 4) Structurally very good with functional compass. Very good. 5) Burnished and lacquered. Good overall. 6) Fine overall. Light rust and staining to scabbard, body and blade. Leather grip solid with craquelure. 50800-19 (300-500) – Lot 3288

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3289

TWO VINTAGE LEATHER SUITCASES.

Second quarter, 20th century, England. Each in heavy brown leather with brass locks and intact leather handles. All hand stitched. The smaller with the initials “J.R.” The second stamped “P.M. Claridge” on the front panel. SIZE: 8″ h x 26″ l x 16″ deep; 9-1/2″ h x 28″ l x 17″ deep. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection. CONDITION: Surfaces well worn, slightly soiled, abrasion along most edges. One case locked. 50800-33, 50800-34, (100-200) – Lot 3289

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3290

LOT OF SIX VARIOUS SIZE CROCKS.

1) 20 gallon stoneware crock having blue “20” in a circle below which is written “Macomb Pottery Co. Manufacturers Macomb, ILL.” 2) 10 gallon stoneware crock having wood and metal bale handles decorated with a “10” in blue, a red wing and an oval “Red Wing Union Stoneware Co. Red Wing Minn” also “Patented 1915”. 3) 5 gallon stoneware crock with wire & wood bale handles having decorated same as #2. 4) 5 gallon stoneware crock decorated with a black “5”, below which is a large maple leaf with “Monmouth Pottery, Monmouth ILL” written within leaf. 5) Unmarked open crock. 6) Unmarked brown glaze stoneware crock. SIZE: 1) 19-1/2″ h x 19″ dia. 2) 16-1/2″ h x 15″ dia. 3) 13-1/2″ h x 13″ w. 4) 13″ h x 13″ w. 5) 8″ h x 8″ w. 6) 6-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, 3) Having some chips to rim. 4) As found with cracks & damage. 5) Cracks. 50800-115, 50800-116, 50800-117, 50800-118, 50800-119, 50800-120, (100-300) – Lot 3290

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3291

LARGE LOT OF COLORED & CLEAR DEPRESSION GLASS.

Lot includes: 26 pieces of pink in various patterns & forms; Yellow two-part butter dish; 6 green stems; 9 pieces of clear. SIZE: 2″ dia. to 12″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Generally good. 50012-131 (50-100) – Lot 3291

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3292

PAIR OF BRASS ADJUSTABLE CANDLE HOLDERS, TOGETHER WITH A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE TWO LIGHT CAST BRASS WALL SCONCES.

Late 20th or 21st century. Pair of adjustable brass candle holders, each fitted with cylindrical clear glass shade, sliding on twin poles. Two light “bras de lumiere”. Shaped back plate with foliate crest and conforming pendant crest mounted with a pair of cast brass s-scroll candle arms with reeded bobeches and mounted with a child blowing a trumpet. SIZE: Height of candleholders 20″. Wall sconces 11-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ w x 8-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: From a private Massachusetts collection CONDITION: All items generally good. 50800-13 (300-500) – Lot 3292

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3293

2-PIECE UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY PARLOR SET.

The set consists of a two-seat settee with matching armchair. The crest with a pierced carved element. The sides having 8 spindles in an open area. Shell carved knuckles with tapered legs ending in wood casters. SIZE: Settee is 32-1/2″ h x 40-1/2″ w x 21″ d. Chair is 32-1/2″ h x 24-1/2″ w x 21″ d PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Reupholstered. Chair having a tight crack repair at crest. Generally very good. 50012-92 (250-400) – Lot 3293

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3294

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT MARQUETRY CARVED SIDE TABLE.

Mid 20th century. In the Victorian style, the circular top with molded edge and intricate marquetry patera in the center with lyre musical instruments and floral spray. Raised on 3 legs carved as full bodied Griffins joined to a conforming medial shelf. SIZE: 27-1/2″ h x 18″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall. 50524-15 (100-200) – Lot 3294

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3295

MISCELLANEOUS PATIO & GARDEN ACCESSORIES.

Lot includes: Pair of metal baskets holding large demijohn bottles (28″ h x 22″ w); Wicker basket holding a large green demijohn bottle having wicker cover (25″ h (not incl. cover x 22″ w); 20″ h wire covered bottle having two carrying handles; Small demijohn bottle in wicker basket (17″ h); pair of 31″ h low folding macrame type weave chairs; 28″ h x 21-1/2″ metal stand (missing top); 28″ x 22-1/2″ cast iron table base (no top); 50″ h x 30″ w copper sculpture of a maple tree branch; Peavey decorated lamp; Bronze table base in parts (damaged). CONDITION: As noted above. 50524-14 (100-200) – Lot 3295

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3296

GROUP OF FOUR SMALL ORIENTAL RUGS.

Second half 20th century, central Persia. The group includes three small indo-Tabriz rugs and a Northwest Persian. The first wrought with a chandelier above a floral filled vessel within a mihrab on a ivory field within an indigo main border of collonettes alternating with floral filled urns. The second overall with dense delicate floral vinery of muted shades of red, green, and blue-gray on an ivory field. The main border of muted jade green with dense polychrome floral vinery. The third with three rows of five arabesque medallions on a midnight blue field within a beige border of scrolling blue-black indigo meandering vines on an ivory ground. The fourth with poled stylized floral central medallion within a latch hook border all within a midnight blue main border of latch hook lattice work alternating with geometric crab devices. The whole in earth tones with wine red and midnight blue fields. SIZE: 1) 2’7″ x 4’1″. 2) 2’11” x 4’3″. 3) 2’7-1/2″ x 3’8″. 4) 3’7″ x 5’11”. CONDITION: Tabriz scatter rugs in very good condition overall with no restoration. The second with losses to fringe. The fourth with some loss to ends but retaining strong pallette and with slight, even wear. 50494-49 (400-600) – Lot 3296

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3297

SHIRVAN AND CAUCASIAN RUG.

The first with rows of polychrome geometric rosettes on a camel ground within a brick red trellis work border within multiple floral guard borders. The second with three aligned geometric crab medallions on a blue black field within multiple floral borders and with guard borders of spiral twist roping. SIZE: 1) 3′ 6″ w x 7′ 1″ l. 2) 3′ 7″ w x 4′ 6″ l. CONDITION: Both rugs with significant wear to foundation in some areas and with losses to selvedge and to ends. 50647-14 (700-900) – Lot 3297

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3298

EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET.

Early 20th century, England. Rectangular cabinet with shaped splash guard inlaid and paint-decorated with scrolling cartouche of floral garlands above the conforming case fitted with single astragal-glazed door. Sides with glass panels. Silk lined interior fitted with two plate glass shelves raised on square legs all with string inlay. SIZE: Cabinet 55″ h. Overall 58-1/2″ h x 23-1/2″ w 11-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Cabinet retains original surface. Inlays and decoration intact, structurally good. 50494-45 (200-400) – Lot 3298

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3299

BOOK: EUROPEAN ETCHINGS A SERIES OF 22 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY FAMOUS FOREIGN ARTISTS.

Boston, Estes and Lauriat edition limited to 360 copies. This example numbered 60. Copyright 1888, University Press. Artists include Bosch, Willroider, Kroener, Zimmerman, Dahl amongst others. SIZE: 17-1/2″ x 12″. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Binding is with damage. Plates and pages are foxed and stained. 50012-153 (200-400) – Lot 3299

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3300

TWO ART RELATED BOOKS.

1) Two bound volumes in a cardboard sleeve Hieronymus Bosch by Charles De Tolnay, 1965. 2) Boxed two-book set The Art of Indian Asia by Joseph Campbell, 1955. CONDITION: Both show use on covers, interior generally very good. 50772-2 (100-200) – Lot 3300

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3301

LARGE LOT OF AUCTION CATALOGS & REFERENCE BOOKS.

Lot includes price guides, auction catalogs including Swann’s, Sotheby’s & more. CONDITION: Generally good. 50948-1 (200-400) – Lot 3301

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3302

LARGE LOT OF BOOKS ON ANTIQUES, AND THE ARTS.

Approximately 100 volumes including good books on American furniture, art deco, modern and art of all facets. SIZE: Varies from small volumes to large volumes. CONDITION: Very good. 50772-1 (400-600) – Lot 3302

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3303

27-PIECES OF MISCELLANEOUS POTTERY & PORCELAIN.

Lot includes: 21″ x 14-1/2″ Meissen “onion” pattern blue & white platter; 14-1/2″ h Scotsman on horse Staffordshire figure (age toning & paint loss); 9-1/2″ brown grape pattern pitcher; 5-1/2″ pitcher (rim chips); 6-1/2″ Hull style vase; 9″ dia flower decorated bowl; Eight 4-1/2″ fish shaped dishes; German bulldog figural ashtray (hairline crack); Salt & pepper; Two rice scoops; Three 6-1/2″ willoware plates; Four 5-1/2″ Phoenix plates; 10″ x 4-1/2″ Bavarian handled dish. SIZE: As noted PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: As noted 50012-136 (50-100) – Lot 3303

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3304

MISCELLANEOUS ESTATE LOT.

Lot includes: 22 books including 3 children’s books, Handel Lamp book, Guide to the Study of Insects, 1883; Three wood boxes, two with inlaid building panels on top; 13″ dia. modern birdseye maple bowl; 11″ square tile trivet/music box with carved wood frame (working); Early mayonnaise maker with crank handle & ironstone bowl; Eastlake vintage shaving mirror with wall bracket having adjustable arm & a beveled edge round mirror; 5-1/2″ h silver plated watch hutch marked “Edles Zinn GSW”; Carved & painted wood napkin holder, cork stopper & salt & pepper. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas collector. CONDITION: Very good. 50012-125, 50012-132; 50012-142, (100-200) – Lot 3304

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3500

ORANGE FITZHUGH TUREEN WITH UNDERPLATE.

19th century, China. The large tureen hand painted in the Fitzhugh pattern with twist strap handles and large finial accented with gilt. Comes with original underplate. SIZE: Tureen 14″ w x 10-1/2″ h. Underplate is 14-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. Light wear to gilding. 50788-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3500

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3501

PAIR OF ORANGE FITZHUGH COVERED VEGETABLE DISHES.

19th century, China. Each dish in rectangular form with cut corners and hand painted in an orange Fitzhugh pattern. Both come with original dome cover mounted with gilt painted pine cone finial. SIZE: 9-1/2″ on both. CONDITION: Very good. Wear to gilding. 50788-2 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3501

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3502

CHINESE EXPORT FOOTED PUNCH BOWL.

The punch bowl having 2 scenic panels with castle, European men and women, and livestock surrounded by deep blue floral border and having 2 roundels with landscape scenes. The inside with a border of shells interspersed with foliate vine. The center with colorful flowers. Late 18th century, Chinese. SIZE: 5″ h x 11-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Very good. Some paint loss to inner flowers. 50012-100 (600-900) – Lot 3502

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3503

PAIR OF CARVED JADE FOOTED BOWLS.

20th century, China. Each bowl with rounded walls ending at a slightly flared top rim and standing on squared off feet. The stone of light celadon color and come with fitted wood stands. SIZE: 4-1/2″ dia x 2″ h without stands. CONDITION: Very good. Few natural imperfections. 50609-2 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3503

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3504

CARVED JADE VASE.

20th century, China. Carved from a celadon colored stone, the walls of the vase made up of layered leaves with various birds and lingzhi encircling the foot. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Loss to the tips of a few leaves, natural fissure running through the stone. 50389-7 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3504

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3505

BLACK AND WHITE JADE BRUSH POT.

20th century, China. The jade of a dark gray color with off white and russet highlights. Carved in the form of a jagged cliff with monkeys climbing up the side grasping for a peach. SIZE: 5″ w x 3-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. Natural fissures in the stone. 50453-7 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3505

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3506

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CHARGER.

Late 18th century, China. The charger made in octagonal form with a central scene of blossoming plants surrounded by a gilt and iron red spear head border. Rim finished in floral sprays and stands on a smooth foot. SIZE: 14-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Minor fritting on rim. 50893-8 (700-800) – Lot 3506

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3507

PAIR OF FLAMBE GLAZED PORCELAIN JARS.

Qing Dynasty, China. Each jar with broad shoulders and finished with rich flambe glaze. Both come with later openwork stands and lacquered wood covers. SIZE: Porcelain: 11-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Chipping and loss to the interior lip of one. Chipping around both foot rims. Loss to the lacquered finish on covers. 50864-5 (400-600) – Lot 3507

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3508

GLAZED POTTERY CENSER WITH WOOD COVER AND JADE FINIAL.

Ming Dynasty, China. The unusual censer made in squat form with shallow incised design around the body under a lightly applied blue glaze. Stands on three splayed feet and handles applied at the shoulders. Comes with fitted wood stand and cover having an applied carved jade finial a Bixie dating to the Qing Dynasty. SIZE: 9″ dia. Jade is 1-3/4″ l. PROVENANCE: Purportedly from the Estate of President James Buchanan. CONDITION: Very good. 50775-1 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3508

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3509

FLAMBE GLAZED PORCELAIN VASE.

19th century, China. The vase made in ovoid form with a short neck and slightly flared top rim. Flambe glaze covering the entire exterior fading to clear at the top of the neck. SIZE: 14-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Restoration at rim. 50283-4 (800-1,200) – Lot 3509

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3510

PAIR OF PORCELAIN PLATES.

20th century, China. Each plate hand painted with a scene of two birds in flight over blossoming branches below. Signed Liu Yucen along bottom edge and marked in iron red on reverse. With boxes. SIZE: 10″ dia. CONDITION: Both very good. 50453-3 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3510

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3511

LANGYAO GLAZED PORCELAIN BOWL.

20th century, China. Bowl of shallow form tapering to a narrow inverted foot. Finished around outside with a rich Langyao glaze fading to clear around the top rim. Underside with six character Yongzheng mark in under glazeblue. SIZE: 3-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 50342-11 (600-900) – Lot 3511

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3512
Revised: 8/3/2016

Please Note: The size should be 30 1/2″ not 3 1/2″.

IMARI PORCELAIN FLOOR VASE.

19th century, Japan. Made in baluster form, the vase is hand painted with detailed reserves of various shapes, executed in underglaze blue, iron red, and accented with gilt. SIZE: 3-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 50782-3 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3512

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3513

BRONZE FOOTED PLANTER BY MURATA SEIMAN.

19th century, Japan. The planter made in a shallow diamond shape form accented with relief shells around the exterior on a ground of stylized waves. Stands on four shell form feet and signed on underside. SIZE: 10″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 50892-4 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3513

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3514

LOT OF MIXED METAL SWORD FITTINGS.

19th century, Japan. Lot comprised of two kashira depicting battle scenes along with a pair of menuki with resting samurai. SIZE: Kashira: 1-1/4″ l. Menuki: 1-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 50812-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3514

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3515

UNUSUAL MIXED METAL SWORD HANDLE.

19th century or earlier, Japan. The handle with intricate relief design executed in mixed metalwork possibly depicting the battle Ichi-No-Tani. SIZE: 8-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 50812-2 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3515

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3516

LOT OF FOUR WEAPONS.

Meiji Period, Japan. The lot comprising of two Naginatas along with two Katanas all with original sayas. SIZE: Overall lengths 83″, 73″, 36″ and 39″ l. CONDITION: Losses, splits into the sayas, one tsuka detached with missing elements. 50647-30 (800-1,200) – Lot 3516

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3517
Revised: 08/15/2016

Please Note: Title should read TWO JAPANESE STYLE SWORDS. 20th Century, Chinese or India.

TWO JAPANESE SWORDS.

20th century, Japan. Each sword having a signed steel blade with rope handles and metal mounts. Both come with lacquered sayas. SIZE: 39-1/4″ l and 27″ l, not including sayas. CONDITION: Overall good. 50782-4 (600-800) – Lot 3517

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3518

RED CORAL CARVING OF STANDING FIGURE.

20th century, China. Depicts a woman wearing a flowing robe and holding basket of flowers against her side. A small dog rests at her feet. Glued to wood stand. SIZE: 6-3/4″ on stand. CONDITION: Minor loss to petals of flowers and chip on robe at shoulder. 50773-2 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3518

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3519

PINK CORAL CARVING.

20th century, China. Carving of whitish color with pink highlights and depicts three young women holding lotus pods with leaves growing at their feet. Comes with fitted wood stand. SIZE: 5″ h. CONDITION: A few fissures, possibly natural to the coral. 50773-1 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3519

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3520

GILT BRONZE SCROLL WEIGHT.

Qing Dynasty, China. The weight cast in the form of a recumbent dog with head raised and crossed front paws. SIZE: 2-3/4″ l. CONDITION: Light wear to gilt finish. 50342-27 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3520

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3521

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CUPS.

20th century, China. Each cup decorated around the body with a band of vines and lotus blossoms beneath various precious objects. Each underside with Daoguang mark in under glazeblue. SIZE: 2-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 50342-8 (800-1,200) – Lot 3521

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3522

TEADUST GLAZED HU VASE.

20th century, China. The vase made in Hu form with ribbed bands around the body and ram head handles accenting the shoulder. Stands on a splayed foot with incised Qianlong mark to underside. SIZE: 13-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 50723-1 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3522

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3523

BLUE AND WHITE COVERED PORCELAIN VESSEL.

Kangxi Period, China. The exterior painted with continuous design of leafy vines and flowers. Comes with original dome cover and later wood stand. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h without stand. CONDITION: Very good. 50283-2 (600-800) – Lot 3523

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3524

NANKING PORCELAIN PLATTER.

19th century, China. Made in oval form and hand painted in underglaze blue with a large landscape in the center having figures in foreground and buildings along waters edge. SIZE: 18″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 50524-9 (150-200) – Lot 3524

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3525

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT.

19th century, China. The seat made in hexagonal form painted with lotus blossoms on a ground of meandering vines. The walls and top accented with openwork. Stands on an unglazed foot. SIZE: 19-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Wear to glaze at top of seat. A couple small spots of glaze loss around body. 50270-27 (300-400) – Lot 3525

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3526

SET OF FOUR ALBUM LEAVES BY HUANG JUNBI (1898-1991).

China, ink and colors on paper, depicting mountainous landscapes of four season, inscribed, signed “Huang Junbi” with three seals, each painting accompanied by a calligraphy panel to the top by Huang Junbi, with seals, dated dingmao year. SIZE: Calligraphy: 9-3/4″ x 13-3/4″. Paintings: 15″ x 13-1/4″. CONDITION: Good. 50689-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3526

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3527

LARGE FRAMED THANGKA.

19th century or earlier, Tibet. Central panel hand painted in watercolor and gouache depicting various deities and animals surrounded by precious objects. The ground painted in a deep iron red with gilt phoenix’s in flight. SIZE: Overall 65-1/2″ h x 28-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Numerous creases, scattered areas of loss, large areas of staining. 50753-6 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3527

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3528

FRAMED THANGKA OF PADMASAMBHAVA.

The framed Thangka depicts Padmasambhava seated in the center with lotus throne pad and lotus flower decorated mandorla, on top of mountain cliff with river and hill background, seven smaller Bodhisattva surrounding him. SIZE: 31″ h x 22-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Light scattered wear. 50654-9 (1,200-1,600) – Lot 3528

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3529

LOT OF THREE THANGKAS.

Early 20th century, Tibet. Each thangka hand painted with various deities and mythical creatures. Done in vibrant colors and accented with gilt. Each comes with matching silk borders. SIZE: 48″ h x 32-1/2″ w overall. CONDITION: Overall wear and scattered staining. 50438-8 (800-1,200) – Lot 3529

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3530

TWO FRAMED THANGKAS.

Each individually framed, depicts in the center with a large Bodhisattva seated on lotus throne pad against mandorla, with smaller Bodhisattva surrounding it, with landscape scenery as backdrop. CONDITION: Very good. 50654-11 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3530

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3531

THREE INDIAN MINIATURE PAINTINGS.

1 & 2) 19th century, India. An unfinished work of two lovers and a votive image of Shiva Natraj. Framed and glazed. 3) 19th century. Ink, colors and gilt on paper. Three women on a palace veranda. Framed and glazed. SIZE: 1 & 2) 5-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ and 5″ x 5″. 3) 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. CONDITION: 1 & 2) With overall wear and losses to surfaces, and with fading. 3) Very good. 50776-3, 73738, (800-1,200) – Lot 3531

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3532

CARVED HARDWOOD MOON GAZING CHAIR.

19th century, China. The square paneled seat joined to the out scrolled arms and tilted backrest with rotating headrest. With original sliding footrest. SIZE: 34″ h x 28″ w x 60″ l. CONDITION: Overall very good. Scattered age splits in the wood. 50782-7 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 3532

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3533

LACQUERED SQUARE FORM HARDWOOD TABLE.

Republican Period, China. The top framing three planks of wood, all raised on four hoof feet SIZE: 34″ h x 37″ w x 37″ d. CONDITION: Some shrinkage to wood panel and joints. overall wear to surface, some elements later additions. 50348-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3533

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3534

CARVED HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE.

Qing Dynasty, China. Made in rectangular form with rounded corners perched upon four slender and slightly tapered legs accented along the top with shallow relief archaic style dragons. SIZE: 31-1/4″ h x 27″ w x 14″ d. CONDITION: Minor losses along seams. Some separation at joints 50270-41 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3534

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3535

GROUP OF FOUR CHINESE CARVED TEAK AND ROSEWOOD FERN STANDS.

Late 19th century, China. Two near pairs. First pair with octagonal tops centering rose marble inserts raised on elongated cabriole legs alternating with floral pierced carved friezes joined by a floral carved cross stretcher. The second pair with circular tops with beaded edge, centering circular rose marble inserts each on tall carved cabriole legs alternating with pierced floral carved friezes with floral carved X-form stretcher. SIZE: Octagonal pair 36″ h x 17″ d overall. Round pair 35-1/2″ h x 16″ d approx. CONDITION: One round drilled marble top resulting in multiple cracks in marble. One octagonal stand has been stripped and in need of re-polishing. Frieze panels all intact, generally good overall. 50494-14 (800-1,200) – Lot 3535

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3536

THREE PERSIAN PAINTINGS BY SAYYED MUHAMMED-ALI ABOLGHASEMI.

20th century. Each image depicting typical Persian motif’s executed with mixed media on panel. Signed with the artist’s mark and housed in frames under glass. SIZE: The first 20″ h x 15-1/2″ w overall, sight 13-1/4″ h x 9-1/2″ w. The second and third 15-3/5″ h x 13-1/4″ overall, sight 8-3/4″ h x 6-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frames. 50637-1 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3536

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3537

MINIATURE PAINTING.

19th century, India. Krishna relaxing with Radha and attendants. Framed and glazed. SIZE: 13″ x 9″. CONDITION: Colors remain vibrant. Very good. 50776-2 (400-600) – Lot 3537

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3538

LOT OF FIVE PERSIAN PAINTINGS.

20th century and earlier, Asia. Each painting executed in gouache and watercolor depicting figures in various settings. All framed under glass. SIZE: Sight, smallest: 5″ x 3″, largest: 11″ x 7-1/2″. CONDITION: Overall very good. Some scattered stains and toning. 50786-1 (800-1,000) – Lot 3538

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3539

LARGE REPOUSSE SILVER BOWL.

Early 20th century, Thailand. The large bowl in a wide and flattened form is decorated around body with a continuous deep relief scene of figures engaged in various activities. Stands on three applied feet and is marked on the underside. SIZE: 14-1/2″ w across body. Approximately 47 troy oz. CONDITION: Very good. 50270-24 (150-250) – Lot 3539

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3540

HANDLED 950 SILVER TRAY BY KICHIGORO UYEDA.

20th century, Japan. The tray in rectangular form with cut corners and applied handles on each end. Monogrammed in the center with an “E”. Marked on the underside “K. Uyeda Sterling 950”. With fitted box. SIZE: 25-1/2″ l x 15″ w. Weight: 78 troy oz. CONDITION: Scratching from use to top of tray. 50464-1 (700-900) – Lot 3540

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3541

LOT OF THREE CARVED WOOD NETSUKE.

19th century, Japan. 1) Carving depicts a fisherman seated on top of a closed clam and pulling a net. Signed on the underside “_ Haru Sada _”. 2) Depicts a monkey in seated position with head turned back holding a peach in his hands. Signed on the underside “_Mitsuhide_”. 3) Depicts a cockerel with young and head turned back with inlaid glass eyes. SIZE: 1) 2″ h. 2) 1-1/4″ h. 3) 1-1/4″ l. CONDITION: Fisherman netsuke with stress crack to front of clam. Otherwise good. 50812-1 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3541

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3542

TWO CLOISONNE VASES IN OVOID FORM.

Meiji Period, Japan. Each vase decorated with a central design of flowers done on a solid ground. SIZE: 6″ t. CONDITION: Light blue example with stress lines in body. 50773-4 (400-600) – Lot 3542

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3543

PAIR OF CLOISONNE VASES.

Meiji Period, Japan. Each vase in ovoid form intricately decorated with bands of birds and flowers. Done in the style of Namikawa Yasuyuki. SIZE: 6″ h. CONDITION: 1 vase with bump to body with corresponding missing enamel. 50561-5 (800-1,200) – Lot 3543

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3544

CLOISONNE VASE ALONG WITH A FOOTED KORO.

Meiji Period, Japan. 1) Large vase in ovoid form depicting a winter scene with sparrows and flowers. 2) Covered Koro in globular form, decorated with three panels of various birds and standing on three silver feet. SIZE: 1) 12″ h. 2) 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: 1) Drill hole to underside, stress lines to body on back. 2) Minor stress lines to enamel. 50561-10 (1,200-1,600) – Lot 3544

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3545

WIRELESS CLOISONNE VASE.

Early 20th century, Japan. Vase decorated with wireless design of colorful Iris on greenish/yellow ground. Underside with incised mark and finished in gilt. SIZE: 4-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good, minor dents to underside. 50561-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3545

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3546

THREE PIECE LOT OF CLOISONNE.

Meiji Period, Japan. 1) Footed Koro with faceted body, decorated with reserves of dragons and phoenix. 2) Small vase decorated with birds and flowers on black enamel ground. 5″ t. 3) Silver bodied cigarette case, decorated with fans of various design. SIZE: 1) 6″ h. 2) 3-1/2″ h. CONDITION: 1) Stress lines around foot. 2) Small abrasions to body. 3) Scattered pitting to enamel. 50561-8 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3546

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