Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Sale Grosses Over $1.5 Million!

Auction: January 8-10, 2004

Preview: January 7, 2004

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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FINE MAHOGANY KNIFE CARRIER. Slope sides with a center divider having well turned handle. SIZE: 6” h x 14-3/4” l x 9-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-77 (100-200)


TIN CHICKEN ON NEST CHOCOLATE MOLD. Marked France. Complete with top and side clips. SIZE: 7-1/2” h x 8” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-44 (75-125)


PAIR OF HUMMINGBIRD PRINTS BY J. GOULD. “Phaethornis Hispidus, Gould” and “Phafthornis Guy”. “J. Gould, H.C. and Richter, Del. Et. Lith” and “Hullmandel & Walton, Imp”. Housed identically in simple black wood frames. Each shows hummingbirds on branches. SIGHT SIZE: 19” x 13”. CONDITION: Some toning and foxing, otherwise very good. 12-323 (75-125)


ENGLISH SILVER TURTLE FORM TABLE BELL. Sterling silver top shell hallmarked “Chester 1908, G. Y. & Co.”. Wine up base. Bell works by pushing down on head. SIZE: 5-1/2” l. CONDITION: Mechanism needs adjustment. 12-116 (200-300)


PAIR OF FRENCH QUIMPER FIGURAL BOOKENDS. Bookends show seated man with green striped pants and blue coat. One playing a horn, other playing bagpipes. Backs marked “Brion Quimper France”. SIZE: 8” h x 7” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-174 (300-500)


SET OF FOUR ROYAL WORCESTER DESERT DISHES. Two handled bullion style bowls have wonderful hand painted fruit scenes including apples, peaches, grapes, pears and berries. Purple mark to base “Made in England”. Blue lapis exterior with gold handles. SIZE: Without handles 4-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-275 (200-400)


CROWN DEVON DECORATED PITCHER AND MUG. Bottom marked “Crown Devon Fieldings, England Hand Painted by Walter Lamonby”. 7” pitcher has fox handle with hunter (John Peel) and fox hunting scene. Small verse titled “John Peel”. CONDITION: Tea type stain. No chips or cracks. Matching 4-1/2” h mug showing John Peel seated smoking a pipe with same verse. CONDITION: Some stain to inside and out. No chips or cracks. 12-161 (200-400)


OVERSIZED STONE APPLE. Yellow/green apple has twig stem with red spots at top and bottom. Small area of simulated worm damage on bottom side, which is quite realistic. One of the best we have seen. SIZE: 5” h x 5-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-187 (300-500)


FINE PAIR OF COBALT BLUE HAND BLOWN GLASS DECANTERS. Bottle form with flaring rims. One with pontil mark. With antique type stoppers. SIZE: Without stopper is 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-144 (300-500)


MINIATURE ANTIQUE FEDERAL BLIND DOOR SECRETARY. Pine construction, step back design with fold-over desk writing surface below two blind doors which open to reveal a fitted interior having seven drawers, a central compartment and four cubby holes, above which are two long half-drawers and molded cornice top. Bottom section has three long drawers all resting on a fine carved bracket base. SIZE: 17” h x 15-1/2” w x 7” d. CONDITION: Some minor repairs, otherwise very good. 12-269 (600-1,000)


M. L. C. WEKER (American, 20th Century) FLY FISHING. Watercolor scene shows man with fly rod on cascading river with bridge and landscape background. Signed lower right “ML Weker”. Housed in a painted wood frame with wide matte. SIGHT SIZE: 10-1/2” x 14-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-324 (300-500)


FINE PINK QUARTZ AND JADE FIGURAL INKWELL. Pink quartz, foo dog handled jar shape holds metal inkwell having hinged top with pink quartz finial. Jar rests on three feet which are attached to a double diamond jade base having three carved pink quartz ball feet. Silver is marked “Sterling 04502/171”. SIZE: 5” h x 4-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-55 (500-1,000)


FINE BRASS AND MALACHITE TRAVEL ALARM CLOCK BY CARTIER. Square brass case having four small feet. Windup alarm clock movement with square dial marked “Cartier Luxor No. 8”. Case marked “Luxor S. A Swiss 1351”. SIZE: 2-1/2” sq. CONDITION: Unknown working order, otherwise very good. 12-127 (200-400)


CASED PAIR OF CRYSTAL ASHTRAYS BY CARTIER. Cut glass octagon shaped clear glass ashtrays signed “Cartier” housed in a velvet lined Cartier box. SIZE: 3” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-139 (200-400)


FINE MALACHITE STYLE TIFFANY & CO. TRAVEL CLOCK. Square travel clock with gold dial marked “Tiffany & Co., Eight Days Alarm”. Back marked “Swiss No. 622” with unmarked movement. Clock is set into a brass and malachite decorated frame. The malachite is enamel glass on brass base. SIZE: 3” h x 2-1/2” w. CONDITION: Small fleck on side to enamel. Unknown working order. 12-334 (200-400)


OUTSTANDING FIVE PIECE TIFFANY ENAMEL STERLING AND GLASS DRESSER SET BY TIFFANY & CO. All pieces marked “Sterling Hand Wrought Tiffany & Co.”. Beautiful mint green engine turned enameling. Set consists of: 11-1/2” hand mirror monogrammed “PEW” (Woolworth); 6-1/2” x 1-1/2” brush; 5-3/4” x 1-1/2” brush; 4” square covered glass box and 5-1/2” square cut perfume bottle with glass dabber. CONDITION: Very good. Some chipping to wear bristles meet board. 12-206 (1,000-1,500)


PAIR OF INTERESTING STERLING AND COBALT GLASS CHAMBERSTICKS BY TIFFANY & CO. Glass cylinder sets into sterling frame which has a tall candle cup, round base and circled handled. Opposite handle is a candle snuff holder and candle snuffs are present. Bases marked “Tiffany &Co., Sterling, Portugal” with some hallmarks. Silver weight: 20 tr. oz. SIZE: 8” h x 3-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-153 (500-1,000)


PAIR OF PAIRPOINT COVERED COMPOTES. Pair of compotes in Cornwall design have controlled bubble ball at bottom of stem and controlled bubble finial on lid. Pattern is vertical bands of flowers and leaves separated by a vertical line of cut circles in graduated size. SIZE: 12” t. CONDITION: Some very minor roughness to inside rim of one compote, otherwise very good to excellent. 12-160 (600-900)


STEPHEN M. ETNIER (American, 1903-1984) THE BELL BUOY. Unsigned oil on board scene shows part of a large red bell buoy on a dock with moored boats and blue ocean beyond. Housed in a stained wood and gold lined frame. Back of board has Coe Kerr Gallery label. SIGHT SIZE: 15” x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-67 (2,000-4,000)


SIX DRAWER CHIPPENDALE MAPLE TALL CHEST. Graduated drawers from 5-1/4” to 8-3/4”. Each drawer with cockbeaded edge, replaced brass Chippendale style hardware. New England, 18th Century. Refinished. Applied carved bracket base. Flat top with molded cornice. SIZE: 56-1/2” h x case size 36” w x 18” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-251 (3,000-5,000)


FINE CHINESE EXPORT LARGE FOOTED PUNCH BOWL. Blue border, interior spray of colorful flowers with similar sprays on outside body. Two armorial crests, which feature a shield surrounded by a wreath of colorful flowers with a large red heart atop. Twisted banner with the word “Keep”. Monogrammed in red inside the shield. SIZE: 4-1/4” h x 10” d. CONDITION: Small fleck to bottom pedestal can not be seen, otherwise very good. 12-33 (1,000-2,000)


TWO ORIENTAL EXPORT BOWLS. Matching design in blue and white with gold decoration. 19th Century. SIZE: 1-3/4” h x 8-1/2” w. 2-1/2” h x 5-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-65 (500-800)


LARGE CHINESE EXPORT CUP AND SAUCER. Decorated with flowers, butterflies and insects on a white ground. SIZE: 3-3/4” dia. handled cup. 6” dia. saucer. CONDITION: Nick to edge of each, otherwise very good. 12-68 (100-200)


FEDERAL DISH TOP MAHOGANY TILT TOP STAND. Carved round edge top supported by a ring turned shaft ending in three snake feet. Nice form with pleasing proportions. SIZE: Top is 23-1/2” x 23-3/4”. 27-3/4” h. CONDITION: Old repair to base, otherwise very good. 12-12214 (2,000-3,000)


GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT. London, 1731, William Darker. Flared cylindrical body with curved spout, spiked scroll handle, slightly domed hinged cover with flattened ball finial. A fine example. WEIGHT: 22 tr. oz. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. Appears to be some re-soldering around bottom edge. 12-43 (1,500-2,500)


GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL. London, 1807 Stephen Adams. Of typical form with reeded rim and tapering curving spout. Removable strainer with reeded flat top. Hallmarked on side “1809 SA”. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. Some small dings. 12-21 (500-1,000)


MINIATURE ENGLISH SILVER TEAPOT. Hallmarks to base London, 1727. “J. G” (James Goodwin). Separate slightly domed cover has small wood turned finial. Teapot has scroll flat handle, angled spout water can shaped with flower and sea scroll decoration. Two solder marks to bottom of base. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 4” h. CONDITION: Generally very good. 12-5 (800-1,200)


GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FOOTED BOWL. Dublin, 1790. Appears to be marked “M.W.” or “M.V.”. Tapering body with slightly flattened reeded rim set on a domed base with matching reeding on lip. WEIGHT: 7 tr. oz. SIZE: 4-3/4” h x 5” dia. CONDITION: Possible repair to side and rim. 12-14 (500-1,000)


ALEX LEFORT (French, 20th Century) TWO NORMANDY VIEWS. “Normandy Tree” and “Normandy View”. Oil on canvas scenes show panoramic landscape. One having curving road with trees and hills. The other shows large tree with woman beneath with distant landscape. Signed lower right. Housed in identical fancy gilt pierce D carved wood frames. Titled on reverse. Frames are branded “B. Minel, N.Y. France” and stamped “A32” and A17”. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-306 (500-1,000)


QUEEN ANNE PAINTED MAPLE OVAL TAVERN TABLE. Oval two board top having shaped skirt and four straight cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Brown paint with an earlier red paint history is seen on base. SIZE: 25-3/4” h x top size 32” x 25-1/4”. CONDITION: Some insect damage, otherwise very good. 12-12227 (5,000-8,000)


FINE FAN BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Seven spindle back, well turned stiles match turnings on legs. Beautifully shaped saddle seat with H stretcher. Natural finish with several paint histories to underside of seat. SIZE: 36” h x 18” seat h. CONDITION: Uneven finish, very good. 12-12250 (1,500-2,500)


INTERESTING CARVING OF A SHOTGUN WEDDING BY DR. H. D. NIBLACK. Small metal tag indicates maker. Five 12” figures are mounted on a wooden mahogany base. Minister reads from open book, bride and groom stand directly in front and mother and father stand behind with man holding double barrel shotgun with mother grieving. Each piece is well carved with caricature type look. SIZE: Base is 18-1/2” x 11”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-336 (400-800)


JOHN LEECH (British, 1817-1864) “A SHOCKING YOUNG LADY INDEED”. Colored lithograph shows two young ladies and man with boy picking up sticks. Houses in the background. One lady is painting a black mask. Legend “A Shocking Young Lady Indeed Emily (Betrothed to Charles)” “Oh, Charles, Isn’t it Fun? I’ve Beaten Arthur and Julia, and I’ve Broke Aunt Sally’s Nose Seven Times”. Published by “Thomas Agnew & Sons 1865”. Housed in a large ogee birdseye maple frame with gold liner and watercolor matte. SIGHT SIZE: 18-1/2” x 24-1/2”. CONDITION: Print has slipped in frame, otherwise very good. Frame chip. 12-325 (200-400)


FOUR EARLY SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS. Each with elongated round candle cup, tapering shaft on a slightly domed base. Silver plated over brass. SIZE: 6-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-3 (1,000-2,000)


GEORGE III MAHOGANY SMALL DEMILUNE WASH STAND. First quarter of the 19th Century. D-shaped hinged top lifts to reveal a secondary top with holes for washbowl and accessories. Reeded edge on three turned ring decorated posts joined by a shelf containing one curved drawer on the right side and a faux drawer on the left. All supported by tall tapered turned legs with ring decoration. There is an ebony line inlay to sides of top and shelf area. Two small brass pulls faced with lion head. SIZE: 32” h x 20-1/2” w x 12-1/2” d. CONDITION: Finish stains and loss, horizontal crack in shelf. Generally in very good condition. 12-221 (1,000-1,500)


CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BIDET ON WOOD STAND. Of tapering design with indented waist. Having 1-1/4” top rim decorated with butterflies and flowers. The interior decorated with sprays of flowers. The outside having a nice bottom border with floral sprays above. A conforming mahogany stand with X-stretcher and slightly curving legs. SIZE: 26” h x 2’ l x 14-1/2” at widest. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-219 (1,000-2,000)


FOUR CONTROLLED BUBBLE CANDLESTICKS. Four matching candlesticks feature swirling controlled bubble inside lightly ribbed stem. Each has saucer foot and slightly flaring candle cup. SIZE: 10” t. CONDITION: One candle cup has been broken and reglued and others have very minor roughness to edge, otherwise very good. 12-150 (500-700)


AIDEN LASSELL RIPLEY (American, 1896-1969) MAKING CANVAS. Colorful interior watercolor shows three men seated on small benches, which have tools fitted in the end. Each one is shown with large canvases in lap and they appear to be stitching. Possibly for sails. Signed lower left “A. Lassell Ripley”. Housed in a fine molded wood gilt frame and wide white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/2” x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-327 (2,500-5,000)


REVERSE SERPENTINE FRONT GRADUATED FOUR DRAWER CHIPPENDALE CHEST. Country chest , which at one time was in red paint. Pine case with what appears to be maple drawer fronts and base. Drawers graduate from 5” to 7”. Old refinish. Period hardware and escutcheon plates. New England origin, possibly Maine. Molded edge top having molded edge drawer dividers. SIZE: 33” h x case size 37-1/2” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Old minor repairs, generally in very good condition. 12-12255 (5,000-10,000)


TWO FACETED CRYSTAL COMPOTES. Beautiful compotes have faceted windowpane type design and rest atop and applied faceted crystal base. Underside of foot has 31-ray starburst design. SIZE: 10” dia x 7” t. CONDITION: One compote has 3 chips to rim, other only has minor roughness to rim otherwise good. 12-4 (800-1,200)


HUGE STERLING INTERNATIONAL SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE IN THE “MINUET” PATTERN. Approximately 359 pieces. Set monogrammed “W” (Woolworth). Set consists of: Thirty 8” forks; twenty-one 7-1/4” forks (cold meat style); sixteen 7-1/4” luncheon forks; twenty-two 6” forks; twenty-four 6” salad forks; thirteen 5-1/2” seafood forks; seventeen 7-1/4” spoons; twenty 7” soup spoons; twenty-three 5-1/4” soup spoons; twenty-four 7-1/4” ice tea spoons; twenty 6” grapefruit spoons; eleven 4” demitasse spoons; twenty-one 5-3/4” teaspoons; eight 9-1/2” dinner knives; twenty 9” luncheon knives; twenty 8-1/2” knives with cutting blade; twenty-four 7” knives; nineteen 5-1/2” solid butters; and one 9-1/4” pie server. WEIGHT: 332 tr. oz. CONDITION: Shows some use but generally in very good condition. 12-268 (3,000-5,000)


OUTSTANDING LARGE DINNER SERVICE OF COPELAND SPODE “BLUE BIRD”. Blue mark to base, approximately 177 pieces. Basically a service for sixteen. Set includes: twenty-six 10-1/2” plates (two small chips); twelve 8-1/2” plates (one fleck); eight 7-3/4” plates; nine 7-1/2” plates (one chipped); sixteen 8-1/4” bowls; fourteen 7” saucers; sixteen 6” saucers; seventeen 4-1/2” saucers (one chipped); fifteen two-handled 5” soups (two chipped and two stained); fourteen 3-3/4” handled cups (two chipped, eight stained); fifteen 2-1/2” dia. cups (four chipped); 16-1/2” platter; 12-1/2” platter; 9” sq. vegetable (base chip); two 13” round trays; three-piece tea set (teapot spout chipped, sugar and creamer as is); two 9” gravy boats with attached liners; two 8” covered round serving dishes; 5-1/2” covered round tureen with underplate and large 9” dia. x 11” h pedestaled covered tureen. 12-200 (2,000-4,000)


SIXTY-ONE PIECES OF CUT GLASS BARWARE. Bottom third of each glass is cut in a beautiful diamond crisscross design (very possibly Irish). Lot consists of nine Old Fashions, six whiskey tasters, sixteen champagne flutes, five large wines, ten medium wines and fifteen small wines. CONDITION: A very few minor chips, overall very good to excellent. 12-141, 12-212 (500-700)


GEORGE A. WEYMOUTH (American, 1936-) “SNOWDROPS”. Large watercolor scene shows fallen tree next to snow covered rock with snowdrop flowers beside. Signed lower left “G. Weymouth”. Housed in a simple painted wood frame with a thick white matte. Weymouth is a Brandywine River Valley artist working in the tradition of Andrew Wyeth and is the founder of the Brandywine Conservancy. “Coe Kerr Gallery, New York” label affixed to back. SIZE: 21-1/2” x 29-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-329 (2,000-4,000)


CHIPPENDALE SLANT LID FOUR DRAWER BIRCH DESK. Four graduated cockbeaded drawers. Appears to have original hardware. Slant lid rests on two pullout slides and opens to reveal a seven drawer and six pigeon hole interior. Central large drawer has fan carving. Cutout applied molded base. Refinished. SIZE: 43” h x 39-3/4” w x 18-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12254 (2,000-4,000)


GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. 18th Century. Lobed top rail above a pierced carved splat, square legs supported by an H stretcher. Green reupholstered seat. SIZE: 36-1/2” h x 18-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Very good. Replacements to blocking. 12-12229 (400-800)


STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP “WAR”. Man sits atop horseback on titled base with raised gilt capitols. The man has right arm raised holding a flag, his left holding a shield wearing a plumed hat, shirt and skirt. SIZE: 11” h x 8”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-146 (300-500)


STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP. Man stands next to tall white horse with pink saddle cloth. SIZE: 9” h x 8-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-145 (200-400)


FINE BRONZE DOUBLE DOVE FIGURAL BOOT SCRAPER. Bookend type form having standing doves on grass plinth. Center section with steel scraper and two brushes. SIZE: 10-3/4” h x 15” w x 8” d. CONDITION: Wear to brushed, otherwise very good. 12-291 (300-500)


OGDEN MINTON PLEISSNER (American, 1905-1983) SNIPE SHOOTING. Outstanding large watercolor shows two hunters with guns ready to fire at a snipe, which has been flushed by a black and white pointer. The scene is shown in late fall with a New England farm behind a grove of trees. Low hills in the background with white and blue sky. A cascading stream with boulder lined banks is in foreground. Signed lower left “Pleissner”. Housed in its original molded painted wood frame with white liner. Reverse has label “Reproduction Right to the Painting Expressly Reserved by the Artist Ogden M. Pleissner”. SIGHT SIZE: 17” x 27”. CONDITION: Very good. Matte is foxed and stained. 12-326 (20,000-40,000)


CONTINENTAL SILVER AND COCONUT LADLE. Long turned wood handle with silver mount. Half coconut with silver bordered rim and silver label “Parilee Sorman” ?. SIZE: 16”. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-42 (200-300)


FINE TURNED LIGMA VITAE AND SILVER LADLE. London 1740. Hallmarked “RC” & “FC”. Turned handle has two large balls at top with small finial, egg-shaped bowl. Hallmarked on bottom interior. SIZE: 13-1/2” CONDITION: Very good. 12-41 (300-500)


ENGLISH SILVER PLATED CANDLE SNUFFER. Ebony spiral twist carved curving handle with silver tip, cone shaped snuffer. Marked “England”. SIZE: 12-1/4”. CONDITION: 12-40 (100-200)


EARLY GEORGE III STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LOVESEAT. Low backrest with lobed top rail, roll over arm rests, a conforming removable cushion above a lobed seat rail. Raised on shell carved cabriole legs ending in scroll toes. Presently reupholstered in a light colored quilted flower material. SIZE: 33-1/2” h x 50” w x 25-1/2” at deepest. CONDITION: Very good. Upholstery could use a cleaning. 12-233 (1,500-2,500)


REGENCY CARVED MAHOGANY DROP LEAF SOFA TABLE. Second quarter of the 19th Century. Rectangular reeded edge top with drop leaves having rounded corners. Above a frieze having two drawers on one side and two faux drawers on the other. Each drawer fitted with two brass knobs having lion faces. All supported by two out sweeping reeded top legs with brass cup castor feet on each side. At the end of the frieze and bottom sections of leg post are reeded panels outlined with ebony inlay. The leg supports also have edging and line ebony inlay. SIZE: 28” h x 20-1/2” d x 31-3/4” w (closed); 53-1/4” w (open). CONDITION: Very good. Some repairs to top and legs. 12-12257 (4,000-6,000)


GOOD ENGLISH BURL AND INLAID TEA CADDY. Rectangular cut corner shape having all over burl veneer with multiple arrow inlay bands. Hinged top opens to reveal inset mirror in top, two compartments with fitted lids flanking a central compartment with lift out copper storage bin. SIZE: 4-3/4” h x 7-3/4” w x 4-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some veneer inlay missing from bottom edge. 12-38 (800-1,200)


THREE FRAMED ANTIQUE BIRD PRINTS. Identically framed and matted. 1) “Le Geai Peruvien No. 46”. After a painting by “Barraband” and “De L’Imprimerie de Rousset”. Image of a blue and gold exotic bird on branch. SIGHT SIZE: 18” x 13”. 2) “Le Coq de Roche du Perou No. 54” and “De L’Imprimerie de Rousset” and “Gremillier Sculp.”. Image of an exotic red bird perching on branch. SIGHT SIZE: 18” x 13”. 3) “Le Rollier Verd No. 31”. Shows exotic light and dark blue bird on branch. SIGHT SIZE: 12-1/2” x 11”. Simple wood frames with gilt and watercolor lined highlights to matte. Labels on back from Kennedy & Co., New York. Rare Print. CONDITION: Generally good with some foxing. 12-318 (300-600)


ROYAL COPENHAGEN PHEASANT FIGURINE. Green mark to base No. “1243/862”. Figurine shows male and female pheasant standing on oval base. SIZE: 6” h x 8” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-121 (100-200)


BULLDOG PORCELAIN STIRRUP CUP. Bulldog head form. White head with black belt type collar and colored facial features. Unmarked. SIZE: 3-1/2” h x 2-1/2” dia. base. CONDITION: Very good. 12-157 (100-200)


OUTSTANDING PAIR OF ANTIQUE MAHOGANY TORCHERES. 12-1/2” dish-carved round top set on a tall carved and turned post having a tapered, reeded column with leaf carved urn-type bottom. Shaft supported by three snake legs ending in pad feet. A rare find and desirable form. SIZE: 64” h. CONDITION: One top with professional repair, very good. 12-274 (3,000-5,000)


OUTSTANDING WILLIAM III SILVER TANKARD. By Joseph Ward, London, 1698/9. Tapering cylindrical body with an armorial cartouche on front side “Charles Newark 1701”. Scroll handle and hinged slightly domed cover with flat rim and decorative scroll thumb lift. Matching hallmarks on cover and side. WEIGHT: 19 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-83 (3,000-5,000)


SET OF FOUR ENGLISH SILVER OVAL TRENCHER SALTS. Oval form with flaring oval base. Hallmarked at bottom of top side with what appears to be London, 1709. Underneath engraved “WRS”. WEIGHT: 7 tr. oz. SIZE: 1-1/4” h x 3-1/4” w. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-8 (1,000-2,000)


PAIR OF ENGLISH SILVER OPEN TRENCHER SALTS. London, 1708. Both engraved “T. S.” on side. Hallmarked also on the side. Oval top flaring to a wider oval base. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 1-1/4” h x 3-3/4” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-8-1 (500-1,000)


OUTSTANDING ENGLISH STERLING COVERED SUGAR BOWL. London, 1743. Makers mark “WG” (William Gould). Shaped body on a domed decorated base. Clear hallmarks to underside. Central repousse band of scrolls, flowers and seashells. Domed lid with similar scroll and flower design having pineapple style type finial. WEIGHT: 13 tr. oz. SIZE: 5-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-80 (1,000-2,000)


NADA MACKLIN (American, 20th Century) “GREEN APPLES”. Oil on canvas still life shows three green apples, one partially sectioned and one having apple branch attached. All seen against an orange tile table surface. Signed lower left and titled on reverse. Brass frame with thick matte having brass insert. SIZE: 8” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-279 (200-400)


NADA MACKLIN (American, 20th Century) RED APPLES. Oil on canvas still life shows three red apples, one with apple branch attached on a blue and white checkerboard table surface against a blue background. Signed lower left. Housed in a simple chrome frame. SIGHT SIZE: 6” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-299 (200-400)


39 PIECES OF ETCHED & CUT STEMWARE. Beautiful stemware has faceted stem leading to a beautifully etched band of grapes, vines and leaves surrounding the lip. Lot consists of 15 white wines, 13 red wines, 6 goblets and 5 cordials. CONDITION: 3 goblets have chips to foot, 2 red wines have chips to foot and 3 white wines have chips to foot, otherwise good. 12-76 (800-1,200)


PAIR OF BOHEMIAN OVERLAY RUBY GLASS POKALS WITH COVERS. Cut glass with flowers and waffle cut design, ruby cut to clear. Goblet shaped with thick six-sided stem and bevel cut round base. Decorative clear finial. SIZE: 11” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-240 (400-600)


REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK. White enamel dial with a single key hole aperture. Day of the month dial, crescent dial and phases of the moon dial. Broken arch crest to hood, full reeded columns flanking glass door. Three brass finials. The trunk inlaid with oval shell medallions above door. Double pointed arch door with fine mahogany grain flanked by inset reeded corner columns with decorative inlay below. The block base set on ogee bracket feet. Key, pendulum and weights are present. Brass movement with eight bells with chime and silent switch as well as four bells-eight bell switch. SIZE: 93” h. CONDITION: Very good. Restoration to hood crest. 12-12237 (4,000-8,000)


FINE BLUE AND WHITE CANTON WASH BASIN. Round bowl with 1-1/2” slightly sloped rim having a central decoration of blue flowers. Inside side flower arrangement are upside down, presumably to be seen from mirror. Leaf branches on outside. SIZE: 3-3/4” h x 11-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-2 (300-500)


EARLY ROSE MEDALLION WASH BASIN. Round bowl with 1-1/2” sloping rim. Central theme of two oriental ladies with fans. Surrounding the interior are eight men in different views. Flower decoration elsewhere with the outside decorated with rust colored leaves. SIZE: 3-3/4” h x 11-1/2” w. CONDITION: Thumbnail size chip to rim which has been glued with hairline extending down. Also, another small chip with hairline on edge. 12-120 (200-400)


HURRICANE CANDLE LAMP. Wonderful candle lamp has turned wooden base with brass candle cup and shade holder and is fitted with blown clear crystal hurricane shade. Shade is permanently attached to brass holder. SIZE: 17” t. CONDITION: Chipping and wear to top edge of wooden saucer foot, otherwise good. 12-100 (250-350)


CHARLES MARCON (French, 1920-) “L’ HOMME QUI MARCHE”. Mixed media on board modern scene shows man walking along path. Very abstract and impressionistic. Signed bottom right. Housed in a fine walnut frame with ripple molding and inset liner. Gallery Felicie, New York label to back with artist and title. Also a label from Jean-Claude Bellier, Paris. SIZE: 39-1/2” x 25-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-312 (2,000-4,000)


FABULOUS LARGE DINNER SERVICE OF EARLY CREAMWARE BY WEDGWOOD. 19th Century. Approximately 134 pieces. Cream ground with border decoration of gilt feathered wreath style decoration bordered by two green lines. Finials have border decoration of green leaves. Impressed Wedgwood mark to base and marked “397” in green. Set consists of: forty-four 10” plates; thirty-four 8” plates; twenty-three 9-3/4” bowls; 20-1/2” x 15-3/4” platter; three 18-1/2” x 14” platters (one broken); two 16-1/2” x 12-1/2” platters (one large crack); 14-1/2” x 11” platter/underliner (under rim chips); 14” x 11” deep platter; two 16-1/2” dia. deep round trays with separate 13” round porcelain strainer; 13-1/2” dia. round tray with 10-1/2” strainer; two large double handled footed soup tureens with covers overall width is 15” x 10-1/2” h (one cover has crack); two 9-1/2” covered rectangular vegetables (one has discolored cracks); two diamond shaped 12-1/2” serving dishes with matching deep strainers (very small chip); two 11” x 4-1/2” trays with molded fish on bottom (discolored and repairs); two 8” handled gravy boats; three 7” covered sauce tureens (one repaired) with three 7” underliners; oval covered 5” dish with 7-1/4” underliner. CONDITION: As noted above. Plates and bowl have chips, stains and wear but generally are usable and good. 12-211 (3,000-5,000)


GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE. In three parts. Removable flat top molded shaped cornice above the bookcase section having four glazed doors with silk lined interior. Three shelves to center section and three to each side. Sides are inset 5” from center section. Offset lower section with central secretary drawer opening to a fitted writing interior, above a pair of cupboard doors fitted with recessed oval panels flanked at each side by a pair of cupboard doors having recessed diamond panels all raised on a bracket base. Left side doors opens to reveal three shelves. Right door opens to reveal four drawers, each fitted with brass knob. Bottom cupboard central doors open to reveal three pullout open drawers. Interior of desk has tooled green leather writing surface, nine inlaid drawers and six cubby holes. Secret drawer behind one of the drawers. SIZE: 94-1/2”h x 71” at widest x 20-3/4” at deepest. CONDITION: Very good. 12-218 (10,000-20,000)


GEORGE III BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY WINE COOLER ON STAND. Of two parts. Cooler is oval form with lion decorated brass ring handles. Slat form with three brass bands. Fitted with what appears to be its original lift out liner, which needs soldering. Conforming stand has four tapering square legs ending in cupped brass castor feet. SIZE: 19-1/2” h x 21” w x 16” d. CONDITION: Good. Repairs and restoration. 12-272 (2,000-3,000)


ENGLISH BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PLATE PAIL. Cylindrical form with pierced stick splats, brass banding, brass top rim with swing handle. U-shaped section on side for lifting plates. Presently fitted with leather type insert. SIZE: 11” h x 11” dia. CONDITION: Very good with some old repair. 12-220 (300-500)


SET OF TWELVE COPELAND BLUE WILLOW DESIGN OCTAGON PLATES. Cobalt blue centers with gilt blue willow design, white ground border with gilt outer borders. Finely scalloped edge. Last half of the 19th Century. Red mark to back “1894”. SIZE: 8”. CONDITION: Some gold highlight wear to edge. One has 1-1/2” hairline. Otherwise very good. 12-130 (250-400)


ORIENTAL PORCELAIN DUCK FIGURINE. Fine quality shows a standing blue duck with molded feathered wings and body features. Yellow bill and feet standing on a purple textured shaped base. Base has been filled to add weight. SIZE: 12-1/2” h x 9” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-51 (300-500)


THREE-PIECE CHINESE EXPORT ORANGE FITZHUGH SAUCE TUREEN. Two intertwined strap handles in an oval pedestal form having conforming lid with large gilt mushroom type finial and underliner. SIZE: 6” x 7-1/2”. Underplate is 7-1/2” x 6”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-53 (1,000-1,500)


THREE PIECE CHINESE EXPORT GREEN AND WHITE SAUCE TUREEN. Green decoration of flowers and butterflies. Intertwined strap type handles and large mushroom type finial. SIZE: 6” x 7-1/2”. Underplate is 8” x 6-1/4”. CONDITION: 12-52 (800-1,200)


GEORGE III INLAID SATINWOOD PEMBROKE TABLE. Last quarter of the 18th Century. Serpentine top with conforming base. Top has banded 1” edge with 1/2” light colored circles surrounding. Central inlay of light and dark 8” two handled urn medallion surrounded by a wreath of flowers in an oval rosewood background. Dark and light border inlay. Inlay medallion is 12” x 8-1/2”. Each leaf with similar border and having a 9” paterna oval inlay. Top has molded edge. A conforming frieze having book inlay at top of each leg. Single drawer with no brass, four tapered square legs terminating to brass cupped castor feet with dark wood applied molded ankles. Below ankles has feather decoration to corner edges. A very decorative and refined embellishment. As fine a table of this form that we have seen. SIZE: 26-1/2” h x 19” w (closed); 39” w (open) x 28” d. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-12293 (8,000-10,000)


PAIR OF ENGLISH BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY TABLE CANDLESTICKS. Each with partially spiral carved and fluted stem on a circular turned base with brass nozzle and removable petal shape candle bobeches. SIZE: 13-1/2” h. CONDITION: Generally good, some old cracks to base. 12-125 (400-600)


PAIR OF SMALL SIDE SPOUT LIGHTHOUSE SHAPED TEAPOTS. Both have C-shaped wood handles in light brown wood and both identically formed with the exception that one has swans neck shaped spout (London, 1907, makers mark appears to be J. W. and C. W.), other a small spout at top (London, 1953). Hinged dome lids with small turned finial and thumb lifter. WEIGHT: 16 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-1/4” h. CONDITION: Dent where swan neck spout attaches, otherwise very good. 12-20 (300-500)


INTERESTING REPRODUCTION STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY. Marked “Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr & Mortimer 8658” Tapering oval form with hinged lid having gold washed inside. Hallmarked London 1943. Key not present. Two small ring handles to side, mushroom type finial with decorative bottom band. WEIGHT: 14 tr. oz. SIZE: 5” h x 5” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-56 (500-1,000)


MINIATURE ENGLISH STERLING TANKARD. Front crest and inscription “Merchant Taylors Co. 1st Charter 1327”. William III style with slightly domed lid having Shakespeare type face decoration, scrolled thumb lift and handle, a band of raised leaves on bottom of body. Hallmarked on side 1907. Makers mark “D. & J. Welby”. WEIGHT: 6 tr. oz. SIZE: 3-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-105 (200-400)


PAIR OF SIGNED BACCARAT DECANTERS. Each decanter has a plain bulbous body with long neck made up of 8 faceted panels with a flared mouth. Each decanter is topped with a hollow blown stopper. Signed on bottom “Baccarat France”. SIZE: 11-1/2” t. CONDITION: Some minor staining to interior, otherwise very good to excellent. 12-45 (300-500)


ELEVEN SIGNED BACCARAT CHAMPAGNE FLUTES. Elegant Baccarat flutes have long, slender stem and slightly tapering cylindrical flute. Signed on bottom “Baccarat France”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-210-1 (500-700)


G. HUNT (English, 19th Century) “TROLLING FOR PIKE” AND “FLY FISHING”. Pair of colored aquatints engraved by G. Hunt after a painting by J. Pollard. Published London by J. Moore. Each print shows men fishing, one next to small dam, the other down from a bridge. Both have fish on with other people beside. Good coloring, identically framed and matted. Black painted wood frame with line highlighted matte. Both have M. Knoedler & Co., Inc. New York labels. SIGHT SIZE: 14-1/2” x 18”. CONDITION: Both have some nicks, which have been filled on the edges and some light browning. Not examined out of frame. Restorations. 12-317 (750-1,250)


GEORGE III MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE. Last quarter of the 18th Century. Rectangular molded top inset with a gold tooled maroon leather writing panel, over a frieze fitted with three drawers at both front and back having gilt, metal drop handles. Top raised on round tapered and reeded legs ending in brass cup castors. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 59” w x 35-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-244 (5,000-8,000)


LARGE CASED STERLING SILVER ENGLISH FLATWARE SERVICE. Sheffield, 1950. Maker’s mark “GH”. Approximately 128 pieces in the Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern. Housed in a fitted three drawer with lift top mahogany brass mounted case. Set consists of: Twelve 10” dinner knives; twelve 8-1/2” knives; twelve hollow handled 7-1/4” knives; nine 8” dinner forks; eleven 7” forks; twelve 6” salad forks; twelve 5-1/4” fruit forks; twelve 4-1/2” demitasse spoons; twelve 7-1/4” spoons; twelve 5-1/4” teaspoons; twelve 7” soup spoons; 7-1/2” ladle. Along with four similar 7” silver plated forks and one 8-1/2” knife. WEIGHT: 147 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 12-266 (4,000-6,000)


CASED ENGLISH STERLING SILVER FISH SET. Sheffield, 1950. Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern. Sterling hollow handled hallmarked with maker “GH”. Other parts are marked “Harrison Bros. & Howson, Made in England”. Set consists of: Twelve 7-1/2” forks; twelve 8-1/2” knives all in a fine mahogany fitted case. CONDITION: Very good. 12-267 (500-1,000)


PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING SILVER STUFFING SPOONS. London, 1823. In the Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern. No monogram. WEIGHT: 12 tr. oz. SIZE: 12”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-352 (400-600)


APPROXIMATELY 129-PIECE WEDGWOOD DINNER SERVICE IN THE “TRENTHAM” PATTERN. White plate has central urn of flowers motif with colorful border and small green pinstripes. Black mark to reverse and impressed Wedgwood mark and green painted number “A6770”. . Set includes: eight 10-1/4” plates (2 w/ chips, 1 w/ crack); eleven 9” plates (1 w/ small chip); nine 8” plates (1 w/ small nick); twelve 6-1/4” plates (1 w/ chip); twelve 6-3/4” saucers (1 w/ chip); thirty-one 5-1/2” saucers (1 w/ chip); twelve 5” saucers; ten handled 3-1/4” dia. cups; six 3-1/2” dia. cups (chipped bases); one 2-1/2” handled cup; eleven two-handled 5” soups (small nicks to bases); six 3-1/2” dia. double handled soups (nicks to three bases) and 10” open vegetable (rim chip). 12-290 (2,000-4,000)


51 PIECES OF WEBB CORBET CUT GLASS STEMWARE. Nice cut glass stemware has swirling design of leaves and stems cut into the crystal bowls. Set consists of 6 goblets, 14 wines, 12 sherbets, 8 cordials and 11 bowls. CONDITION: 7 pieces of stemware have chips. 12-195 (600-900)


PAIR OF CUT GLASS DECANTERS. Decanters are decorated with a cut glass drapery design around shoulder and 3 faceted rings around neck. Ground stoppers have 8 faceted panels around edge and top is ground smooth. SIZE: 10” t. CONDITION: One decanter has some staining to interior bottom, one stopper has roughness to bottom edge, otherwise good. 12-30 (500-700)


PAIR OF GLASS ICE BUCKETS. Beautiful glass ice buckets have straight cylindrical design with applied pigtail handles. SIZE: 7-12” t. CONDITION: Each bucket has some chips to the inside rim, otherwise good. 12-159 (250-350)


SET OF FOUR SILVER PLATED TALL CANDLESTICKS. 19th Century. Tapering with bell form candle cup and domed round base. With candle cup inserts and loaded bases. SIZE: 10-3/4” h. CONDITION: Candle inserts are as is with replacements. Otherwise good. 12-37 (800-1,200)


GEORGE III INLAID SATINWOOD AND MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE. Serpentine top has center satinwood patera inlay oval to center, approximately 6” x 3-1/4”. Surrounded by an outside border of spiral twist motif band edged in ebony. The top of a single piece of well figured mahogany. The leaves with matching mahogany having a plain banded edge inlay edged with ebony. The outside edges of the top have a mahogany veneer. Slightly bowed ends with light colored panels, one side having a dovetailed drawer which never had hardware. All raised on four tapered square legs ending in a spade style foot. Each leg having decorative light and dark inlay. SIZE: 28” h x 30-1/2” d x 19” w (closed); 38-1/4” w (open). CONDITION: Very good. 12-12294 (5,000-9,000)


LILLA CABOT PERRY (American, 1848-1933) PORTRAIT OF A GIRL IN A RED BONNET. Unsigned. Outstanding oil on canvas portrait of a young girl wearing a green coat with lace bow at neck and lace lined red bonnet. She sits upright in a chair. Wonderful facial expression having blue eyes, blonde hair and red lips. She holds a yellow string at her lap. Dark mottled brown background. Housed in a replacement fancy gesso decorated pierced gilt frame. Inventory tags “APG 676 D”. SIZE: 27” x 21”. CONDITION: Canvas has been cut and restretched with one original side showing. On the right hand quarter quadrant margin it appears there has been an overpainted area, possibly done by the artist in its resizing. Very good condition. 12-353 (0-0)


PAIR OF ENGLISH OPEN UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS IN THE FRENCH MANOR. Serpentine crest, half-padded arms with molded wood scroll-type arms with twist molded arm supports. Front cabriole-type legs in the French manner having shell carved knee and pointed foot. Upholstered serpentine front seat. Yellow striped silk-type fabric. SIZE: 36-1/2” h Seat height 18”. CONDITION: One back leg repaired, otherwise very good. 12-232 (1,500-2,500)


ITALIAN NEOCLASSICAL SILVER COCKTAIL SHAKER. Marked “M. Buccellati Made in Italy 800”. Of tapering cylindrical form with anthemion and leaf detailing. Removable cap having rosette type decoration. WEIGHT: 14 tr. oz. SIZE: 9” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-72 (200-400)


DANISH SILVER COCKTAIL SHAKER. Hallmark to base with three castle mark and dated “1942”. Hallmarked “AM” and “SJ”, script conjoined “AB”. Rectangular form with ripple edge, removable cover and top with finial of rooster. WEIGHT: 21 tr. oz. SIZE: 11” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-72-1 (200-400)


TWO SILVER ARTICLES. 1) George Jensen Danish hand hammered individual salt? Wine taster form with round bowl having looped handle ending in small ball feet. Hallmarked and dated “1931”. Model No. 110. SIZE: 2”. CONDITION: Very good. 2) Pair of unmarked silver sugar tongs. Scissor form with clamshell ends and scroll design. SIZE: 4-1/2” l. CONDITION: Some bends, otherwise very good. 12-15 (100-200)


REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY WORK TABLE. First quarter 19th C. The cross-banded top with two D-shaped leaves above two shallow cockbeaded drawers fitted with ivory pulls. Bottom drawer has partitioned interior, other drawer has dividers. There are two top faux drawers which hide a compartment that is accessed by the lift-top center section. Back side has identical faux drawer front. All raised on lyre form supports joined by a carved ring-turned center stretcher. Four scrolled legs with molded tops. SIZE: 27-1/2” h x 18-1/2” w (closed); 35” w (open) x 16-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good, some minor veneer damage. 12-226 (2,000-4,000)


ENGLISH BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PLATE PAIL. Cylindrical form with pierced stick splats, brass banding, with brass swing handle. SIZE: 12-1/2” h x 12-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Split in one splat, otherwise very good. 12-231 (300-500)


ANTIQUE ROUND ELMWOOD WINE COOLER. Made from one piece of wood with incised lines, solid base having conforming round two handled liner. SIZE: 5” h x 19” dia. CONDITION: Some age cracks, generally good with one side repair. 12-297(500-1,000)


THREE DECORATED LACQUERWARE WINE COASTERS. Lot consists of a 5-1/2” dia. pair with red interiors, gold and black leaf design exteriors. Also a 5” dia. blue example with gold winged lions decorating outside. All 19th Century. SIZE: Black 1-3/4” h; blue is 1-1/2”. CONDITION: Pair is in very good condition. Single has damage to rim. 12-73 (200-400)


TWO STOPPERED DECANTERS. 1) Cut glass decanter has a band of diamond cut design near the faceted shoulder and neck is decorated with 2 graduated rings. Stopper has diamond design. SIZE: 7-3/4” t. CONDITION: Some chips to bottom edge of stopper, otherwise good. 2) Decanter bottle has cut design at waist of parallel vertical lines. Faceted shoulder leads to neck decorated with 3 graduated circles. Decorative stopper is cut with parallel vertical lines and smooth ground top. SIZE: 8-1/2” t. CONDITION: Small chip to rim of bottle, otherwise good. 12-204 (300-500)


DONG KINGMAN (American, 1911-2000) STILL LIFE OF FRUIT WITH WOOD BOWL. Watercolor shows oval wood bowl having melons and other fruit inside. Apples, lemons have spilled out onto tabletop. Signed lower right “Kingman” and dated “77”. Housed in a fine molded wood gilt frame with linen liner and small gilt wood liner. SIGHT SIZE: 14-1/4” x 20-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-328 (1,000-2,000)


OLD PARIS TYPE COVERED CANDY JAR. Footed jar has mask head side handles, two floral wreaths with “Souvenir D’ Amilie” and “Doux Souvenir”. Cone shaped top with pointed finial has similar wreaths and “Amilie” and “Union”. SIZE: 8” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-162 (100-150)


PAIR OF OLD PARIS MANTLE VASES. Hand painted spray of flower decoration, looped attached tassels in flower form. Gilt highlights. SIZE: 9” h x 6” w. CONDITION: Some gilt worn, otherwise very good. 12-242 (300-500)


PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER TWO-BRANCH CANDELABRAS. Hallmark to top side “15 G” and another. Urn shaped shaft holds a connected curving double branch candelabra. Ribbed edge candle cup with matching drip pan. Round base with similar design. 20th Century. WEIGHT: 22 tr. oz. SIZE: 8” h x 10” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-49 (200-400)


FINE SET OF FOURTEEN FRENCH SERVICE PLATES. Each with a different French royal crest centered on a cobalt blue ground surrounded by a gold embossed wreath border. Each crest is identified on back in gold writing. Each plate has triple monogram above crest. Backs are marked “Herbiniere Tours”. A magnificent and stunning set. SIZE: 9-1/4” w. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-205 (1,000-2,000)


LOUIS XV PROVINCIAL ELMWOOD COMMODE. Third quarter of the 18th Century. Serpentine Bombe form having three graduated drawers fitted with large ornate repousse brass drop handles and key escutcheon. The outset corners continuing into Pieds de Biche. Conforming molded edge top, carved molded edge shaped skirt with shaped hoof style feet. Inset molded edge shaped side panels. SIZE: 38” h x 54-1/2” w x 31” d. CONDITION: Some repairs but generally in very good condition. 12-234 (10,000-15,000)


PAIR OF CHARLES X STYLE PAINTED TOLE AND GLASS HURRICANE LAMPS. Square bases painted with gilt lambrequins supporting a baluster clear glass hurricane shade fitted with a pagoda form cover. SIZE: 34-1/2”h. Shades are 16”. CONDITION: Both shades have cracks. 12-236 (2,000-4,000)


FRENCH MARQUETRY INLAID TABLE CABINET. Circa 1700. Spice chest square form with hinged door having strap hinges and lock plate. Cross-banded top above a door inlaid with vine work which opens to an arrangement of small drawers fitted with brass pulls. Three over two over one drawer configuration. All on small bun feet. SIZE: 14-1/2” h x 16-1/2” w x 8-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some repair. Horizontal crack in inlaid panel, otherwise very good. 12-270 (2,000-3,000)


OUTSTANDING THIRTEEN PIECE ASPARAGUS SET. Marked “Longchamp Terre de Pep” incised No. “1207”. Also on bottom is a brown cartouche “Pompadour Longchamp” mark. Set consists of twelve grill type plates with asparagus stock border and divider in light green. Cream color ground with floral sprays. Asparagus serving dish with oval attached underliner and U-shaped basket with similar design, No. “1240”. CONDITION: One corner fleck on server. Some small chips and roughness to underside of base rim. One plate has chipped rim. Otherwise very good. 12-196 (800-1,200)


SET OF TWELVE ROYAL WORCESTER EMBASSY HANDLED SOUPS. Black mark to base, ivory ground with gold rim scene of elegant foliate design with other details. SIZE: 6” saucers; 4-1/2” dia. bowl without handles. CONDITION: Repair to one handle, one crack. Otherwise very good. 12-190 (300-500)


QUEEN ANNE CARVED WALNUT WING ARMCHAIR. With raked rectangular back, shaped wings, rollover arms and bowfront seat. Raised on foliate-carved cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Front legs have single leaf carving, back legs are plain. Loose cushion seat. Presently in a very worn green upholstery. English, 18th Century. SIZE: 45-1/2” h x 21” seat h to top of cushion x 33” at widest. CONDITION: Very good. Needs reupholstering. 12-265 (3,000-5,000)


STEUBEN CENTERPIECE BOWL. Beautiful clear crystal centerpiece bowl rests atop a cylindrical base with 4 applied swirling feet. Signed on underside of base in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 13” dia. CONDITION: Very tiny flea bite to outside edge of rim, otherwise very good. 12-143 (300-500)


SIGNED STEUBEN VASE. Beautiful crystal vase has applied lobes to each side at foot creating a wonderful modern design. Signed on bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 8-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good. 12-95 (200-300)


STEUBEN COVERED BOWL. Clear crystal bowl has fitted lid with applied gazelle head finial. Etched signature on bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 6-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-208 (150-250)


SIGNED STEUBEN VASE. Wonderful tall cylindrical vase sets atop a base with four contemporary applied feet. Signed on bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 12” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-90 (150-250)


GEORGE III MAHOGANY SMALL BOWFRONT CHEST. Last quarter of the 18th Century. The bowfront case having three cockbeaded drawers having brass rosette type pulls. All supported by a flaring bracket type base. Simple shaped skirt having dark wood horizontal band. Drawers graduate from 6-3/4” to 9”. SIZE: 34” h x case size 36” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12247 (1,000-2,000)


GEORGE III MAHOGANY SMALL BOWFRONT CHEST. Last quarter of the 18th Century. The bowfront case having three cockbeaded drawers having brass rosette type pulls. All supported by a flaring bracket type base. Simple shaped skirt having dark wood horizontal band. Drawers graduate from 6-3/4” to 9”. SIZE: 34” h x case size 36” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Very good, some minor veneer damage. 12-12247-1 (1,000-2,000)


OUTSTANDING CONTINENTAL SILVER TANKARD. Small tankard has relief scene of men and dogs hunting bear. Men are seen on horses and on foot, one with spear attacking bear. Hallmarks to edge and base. C-shaped handle with winged maiden. Decorative thumb lift with domed cover having putti with grapes finial. Gold wash interior. WEIGHT: 12 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-82 (1,000-2,000)


CONTINENTAL SILVER COVERED TANKARD. 19th century. Pear-shaped body with stippled and foliate motif on a stepped foot. Hinged dome cover with finial. Long leaf decorated thumb lift, fancy S-scroll handle. Marked on base “800”. WEIGHT: 19 tr. oz. SIZE: 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-84 (600-1,000)


FINE GERMAN GLASS AND SILVER HORN VASE. Etched glass horn shaped vase has silver end and fancy pierced decorated round pedestal base. Bottom marked “Germany 800 B & Z”. Vase has scallop edge top and multiple bands of scroll design with a center circle with cross. SIZE: 8” h. CONDITION: One chip/slake to top edge, otherwise very good. 12-22 (500-800)


FIFTY-THREE PIECE STEMWARE SET BY BACCARAT, FRANCE. Tapered bowls with half deep feather cuts and round bases. Set consists of five 6-1/4” water goblets (one with base chip); nine 6” red wine glasses; ten 5-1/2” white wines; thirteen 6-1/4” flute type champagnes; sixteen 5” sherry glasses. A nice, usable, elegant set. 12-289 (1,000-1,500)


PAIR OF SIGNED BACCARAT DECANTERS. Wonderful crystal decanters have honeycomb design on four sides of bottle, neck of bottle has 8 faceted panels and heavy glass stopper has matching 8 panel design. Each is signed on bottom “Baccarat France”. SIZE: 9-1/2” t. CONDITION: Each stopper has some chips to bottom edge, otherwise very good. 12-28 (500-700)


PAIR OF SILVER PLATED AND WOOD WINE COASTERS. Marked “Wyler, New York, Made in England”. Wood bases with ring incised lines, squat bulbous shaped with felt added to bottom. SIZE: 2” h x 5-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Generally very good. 12-107 (150-250)


LARGE IMARI PANELED VASE MOUNTED AS A LAMP. Wide shoulder tapering to a small base with round neck. Three shaped panels with relief edges have large flowering tree in two-handled vase. Three medallions at shoulder with relief edges show scenes with houses. Blue and white leaf background. Three light fixture and small round wood base. SIZE: Vase is 15”. Lamp is 23”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-224 (500-800)


SEVEN SILVER PLATED TABLE ARTICLES. In the Charm pattern by Holmes & Edwards (W. M. Mounts). Lot consists of: 11” coffee pot with detached finial; 10” teapot; 7” covered sugar; 11” water pitcher; 7-1/2” gravy boat with underliner; 16-1/2” well and tree platter and 13” celery tray. All monogrammed “W” (Woolworth). CONDITION: Very good. 12-50; 12-62 (400-600)


GEORGIAN BOWFRONT INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET. Interesting cabinet has two bowed front doors which each have four faux drawer panels. Overall simulating an eight drawer cabinet. The bowfront extending into a deep case with line inlaid panels. The top D-shaped with molded edge. Each faux drawer is mounted with a ring handle and has a similar dark and light outside band. Two doors open to reveal a single central shelf. Base with cutout skirt and three shaped legs. Label tag on back “Guaranteed Genuine by A. Stair & Co. New York”. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x case size 27” w x 22” d. CONDITION: Some finish damage to top, veneer cracking to front. Otherwise good. 12-12296 (1,500-2,500)


ST. LOUIS LIQUOR SET. Outstanding liquor set consisting of decanter and 3 cordials has lightly ribbed body with acid cut design at shoulder and foot highlighted with gilt decoration. Stems of cordials and decanter as well as decanter neck are cut with zipper design at edges of faceted panels. Signed on bottom “St. Louis France Cristal”. SIZE: Decanter: 11” t. Cordials: 4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-123 (200-400)


HAWKES CUT GLASS & STERLING VASE. Beautiful vase has intaglio cut and frosted iris flowers with cut stems and leaves and a fluted border at lip. Vase rests in a sterling silver foot. Glass vase is signed on bottom “Hawkes” and silver foot is signed “Hawkes Sterling”. SIZE: 8-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-27 (200-400)


SIGNED DAUM VASE. Outstanding heavy crystal vase has weighted base extending upwards to contemporary freeform design. Signed on side in script “Daum France” with Cross of Lorraine. SIZE: 8-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-94 (300-500)


PAIR OF ORREFORS COMPOTES. Beautiful, delicately blown crystal compotes have saucer foot with ribbed, bulbous stem and graceful bowl. Signed on bottom “Orrefors”. SIZE: 7-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-241 (400-600)


GEORGE I BURL WALNUT AND PARCEL-GILT MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE. First quarter of 18th Century. Mottled brown marble rectangular top above a plain frieze and a slightly swelling apron, raised on cabriole legs, carved with pendent acanthus leaves at knees highlighted in gold and ending in molded pointed pad feet. SIZE: 32” h x 58-1/2” w x 27-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-235 (10,000-20,000)


JAPANESE BLACK LACQUERED AND BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED VASE MOUNTED AS A LAMP. Squat ovoid black dash ground body decorated with gilt hawks beneath a beaker style neck flanked by birds-wing and ring handles. Two applied lacquer medallions on neck have birds and flowers. SIZE: Vase is 19-1/2” h. Lamp is 30” h. CONDITION: Cracked with minor lacquer loss. 12-225 (800-1,200)


PAIR OF UNSIGNED SMALL WATERCOLOR STILL LIFES. Each identically housed in shadowbox type gilt wood frames with green linen mattes. One shows grapes and fruit in basket. The other copper ewer with fruit on table. SIGHT SIZE: 6” x 6”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-304 (200-400)


SIGNED BACCARAT VASE. Very heavy crystal vase is octagon shaped with knotched waist. Signed on bottom “Baccarat France” and signed on side in script “Baccarat”. SIZE: 9-3/4” t. CONDITION: Some small chips to both rim and foot, otherwise good. 12-81 (500-700)


SIGNED BACCARAT OPALENE AGATE VASE. Gorgeous light blue Baccarat vase has bulbous body with slightly flaring neck. Signed on underside “Opalene Agate Baccarat France”. SIZE: 8” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-91 (200-400)


SIGNED BACCARAT BOWL. Beautiful crystal bowl is decorated with a band of diamond cut design and is signed on bottom “Baccarat France”. SIZE: 9-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Some scratches to interior of bowl, otherwise very good. 12-169 (150-250)


JEAN FABERT (French, 20th Century) “CABARET, PARIS”. Oil on canvas scene shows a number of several women burlesque dancers and other performers in a bright colorful pallet. Signed lower left. Housed in a molded wood gilt frame. Signed and titled on reverse of canvas. SIZE: 21” x 25”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-310 (800-1,200)


JEAN FABERT (French, 20th Century) “RAMO CIRCUS, PARIS”. Oil on canvas circus scene shows several performers in a ring including a clown with cello, clown with accordion and woman standing on a horse. Nice colorful pallet. Signed lower right. Signed and titled on reverse of canvas. SIZE: 20” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-311 (800-1,200)


JEAN FABERT (French, 20th Century) “CIRQUE # 2, PARIS”. Oil on canvas circus scene shows three clowns. One with cello, another with trombone and one with accordion. People are lined outside of ring watching. Nice colorful pallet. Signed lower right. Housed in a molded wood gilt frame with linen liner. Signed and titled on reverse of canvas. SIZE: 18” x 22”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-309 (800-1,200)


JEAN FABERT (French, 20th Century) “CIRQUE BOUGLIONE, PARIS”. Oil on canvas circus scene shows three clowns. One standing with horse and two others with accordions in center of ring with people surrounding. Nice colorful pallet. Housed in a fine molded wood gilt frame with linen liner. Signed lower left. Also signed and titled on reverse of canvas. SIZE: 18” x 22”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-308 (800-1,200)


GEORGE II CARVED GILT WOOD MIRROR. Circa 1740. The rectangular upright plate within an architectural framework carved with diamond strap work enclosing flower heads and with ribbon twist, flower head and egg-and-dart borders. Flanked by pendent floral branches surmounted by a frieze applied with a central pierced medallion flanked by crossed acanthus leaves and bow knotted floral garlands. Supporting a break arch crest centering a foliate cartouche. The shaped apron incorporating grotesque masks and central cartouche with foliate details. SIZE: 76-1/2” h x 35” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-295 (15,000-25,000)


PAIR OF LEATHER EMBOSSED UPHOLSTERED WING CHAIRS. Ivory leather upholstery, stitch embossed with all over fleur de lis decoration. Serpentine front seat rail and half rolled arms. Front tapered square legs have carved string of bellflowers on front and side. Decorative upholstery brass tacks on back edges. Separate similarly upholstered cushions. SIZE: 43” x 20” seat h with cushion. CONDITION: Wear to cushion front edge, generally in very good condition. Could use cleaning. 12-12261 (1,000-2,000)


LARGE ITALIAN COLORED GLASS CLOWN. Standing clown has white outfit with three large red ball button, black tie and hat, red hair and white color. Back side has grinning face with black hair, eyes and eyebrows. This face appears on his back inside the glass. SIZE: 14” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-288-3 (400-600)


LARGE ITALIAN COLORED GLASS CLOWN. Green with red striped outfit standing clown having red hair and black hat. SIZE: 13” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-288-2 (300-500)


TWO ITALIAN COLORED GLASS CLOWNS. 1) Clown holds swirled ball in hand with blue and clear costume having red buttons, green hair and black hat. SIZE: 9” h. 2) Clown standing with one leg up looking sideways. Green and white striped clear jacket, red hair with black hat and tie. SIZE: 10” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-288-1 (400-600)


LARGE FRENCH STYLE ANTIQUE BENCH. Deep plank seat with spindled back and sides having bent wood shaped crest forming back and sides. Front square posts, thirty-one spindles and six square legs with boxed stretcher. SIZE: 37” h x 7’ l x 27-1/2” seat d x 19” seat h. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-338 (800-1,200)


SET OF FOUR FRENCH COLORED ENGRAVINGS. Each print depicts an interior or street scene from the time of Napoleon III. Identically housed in antique decorated wood frames with black and gold mattes. Very decorative and nice quality. Each identified on back and having an “A. Teisseire, Paris” label. SIGHT SIZE: 4” x 6”. CONDITION: Engravings are very good. Frames have minor paint loss. 12-305 (200-400)


ADA PEACOCK (20th Century) TEN FRAMED SOUTH AMERICAN SCENES. Watercolor/gouache scenes show people in traditional costume from countries including Peru, Lima, Bolivia, Argentina, Chili and Brazil. Identically housed in simple wood frames. Each pencil signed and titled. Buenos Aires Gallery label on reverse. SIGHT SIZE: 19” x 13-1/2” (7 vertical and 3 horizontal). CONDITION: Generally good. Some foxing. One without glass which has stains. 12-298; 12-280 (500-800)


FIFTEEN PIECES OF CRANBERRY GLASS. Grouping consists of six sherbets, two wines and seven bowls. Sherbets and wines have applied clear glass stem and foot with swirled cranberry bowls. Cranberry bowls have matching swirl design in glass. SIZE: Bowls: 5” dia. Sherbets: 4-1/4” t. Wines: 5-1/2” t. CONDITION: Some minor chips to rims, otherwise good. 12-192 (200-300)


TWENTY-EIGHT PIECES COBALT GLASSWARE. Lot consists of six goblets, nine wines, seven sherbets and six bowls. Stemware all features beautiful cobalt blue bowls with applied clear crystal stem and foot. Stem has double ball design at bowl. Bowls are plain cobalt blue. CONDITION: Some chips to rims, but overall very good. 12-194 (300-500)


OUTSTANDING REGENCY BRASS MOUNTED ROSEWOOD CABINET. First quarter of the 19th Century. Shaped top has back gallery railing over a long bowfront drawer and two bowed glass doors. Flanked by a side faux drawer and faux glass door. Brass line inlay to cabinet and drawers. Diamond shaped ivory escutcheons. There are four columns in the Egyptian motif with sphinx capitols, tapered wood column having brass inlay ending in human feet. Decorative brass applied band to base. All resting on turned and pointed feet. Two interior shelves. SIZE: 34” to top of gallery x top size 35-1/4” x 12” d. CONDITION: One piece of brass inlay loose, left capitol missing, right capitol detached but present. Back left leg is loose. Otherwise, very good. 12-12253 (4,000-6,000)


PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FIGURES OF “MAGNOLIA WARBLER” MODELED BY DOROTHY DOUGHTY. Black Royal Worcester mark to base. From the 1950 Edition of 150. Figurines show large magnolia bloom amongst green leaves with Warbler peering down from upper leaves. Each with fitted stepped wood base. SIZE: Figures are 15” h x 15” w. CONDITION: One has broken stem and leaf, which are missing at top behind bird. Other is very good. 12-238 (1,000-1,500)


PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER YELLOW HEADED BLACKBIRDS MODELED BY DOROTHY DOUGHTY. Male and female large blackbirds are seen amongst large thin leaves and purple flower. Rectangular porcelain bases. 1952 from and Edition of 350. SIZE: 11-1/2” h. CONDITION: Each with broken flowers. Some pieces present. 12-239-5; 12-239 (500-1,000)


PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN SCARLET TANAGERS MODELED BY DOROTHY DOUGHTY. Black mark to base. Each fitted in a stepped turned wood stand. Shows male and female on similar trees with moss draping from a leafy branch. 1956 from an Edition of 500. SIZE: Figures are 12” h. CONDITION: Appears to have three leaves missing. 12-239-4; 12-239-6 (500-1,000)


PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN BIRDS MODELED BY DOROTHY DOUGHTY. Appear to be either Thrushes or Oven Birds. One is shown in front of a pair of Lady Slippers, the other perched atop branch overlooking blue miniature Irises. Oak leaf bases mounted on stepped square wood bases. SIZE: Figure is 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-239-2; 12-239-3 (800-1,200)


ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN MOCKINGBIRD WITH PEACH BLOSSOM MODELED BY DOROTHY DOUGHTY. 1940 from and Edition of 500. Figure shows gray and white Mockingbird perches amongst branches of colorful pink peach blossoms. SIZE: 10” h. CONDITION: Breaks and missing parts of blossoms. 12-239-1 (200-400)


PAIR OF DOROTHY DOUGHTY ACRYLIC AND PORCELAIN BOOKENDS. Triangular clear bookends have bottom set with group of colorful porcelain flowers. Signed on base “DD”. SIZE: 3-1/4” h x 5-3/4” w x 3” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-276 (150-250)


18TH CENTURY DUTCH MINIATURE WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET. Molded and shaped cornice having carved central element. Single glazed shaped middle door with two shaped sidelights. Interior fitted with two shaped shelves. Bottom section with three drawers in Bombe form with shaped apron resting on animal claw feet. Three drawers fitted with decorative pull brasses and escutcheon plates. SIZE: 30-1/4” h x 25” w x 8” d. CONDITION: Some minor imperfections but generally very good. 12-271 (2,000-3,000)


UNSIGNED (French, 18th/19th Century) 1776 FIRE AT THE PALACE. Watercolor view of a large palace ablaze shows several different perspectives with bottom legend “Elevation et Perspective de Toute Letendue du Feu du Palais Dans Son Embrazement… Janvier 1776…”. SIZE: 19” x 25”. CONDITION: Examined out a frame. As is. One margin crack to side, some minor paper loss, very toned. Frame is as is. 12-315 (300-500)


PAIR OF FANCY BRASS ELECTRIFIED COACH LAMPS. Beveled glass elongated shield shaped windows, six sided with reflector back. Vented stepped top with decorative star feature and round ball. SIZE: 31” l. CONDITION: Needs new wiring, some splits and corrosion to brass. 12-332 (300-500)


FIVE BRANCH BRASS CHANDELIER. 20th Century. Central ball and turned shaft with round hub holding six scroll shaped arms with round drop pan and small candle style cup. Ring at top and bottom. Presently fitted electrically for small bulbs. Cord cut at top. SIZE: 25” h x 26” w. CONDITION: Generally good, some tarnish. 12-12283 (500-800)


PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER SUGAR CASTORS. Baluster form with domed figural covers having cupid finials. Over a tapering waisted body with ribbon tied garland and leaf motif. Slightly domed base with square style base. Hallmarks to base marked “800 Germany”. WEIGHT: 14 tr. oz. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Small split inside lip rim, small slice off base edge of the other. Otherwise very good. 12-79 (400-800)


GERMAN SILVER SUGAR CASTOR. Domed cover with dolphin finial, baluster form over a tapering waisted body with domed base. Repousse type decoration of flowers and cupids. Three hallmarks on neck. 19th/20th Century. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 7-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-19 (200-400)


CIRCLE OF ADRIAEN DE GRYEFF (Flemish, 1670-1715) HOUNDS WITH CATCH. Magnificent large oil on canvas scene shows two hunting dogs next to dead game with rifle and ammunition bag beside. Unsigned in an antique carved wood frame. Very colorful and beautifully rendered. Scene is shown against a colorful background of blue sky with white clouds and landscape having water, trees and castle. Old label with No. “41279 M”. Old Gallery card affixed to back stretcher “Galerie Charles Brunner 11 Rue Royale, Paris”. SIZE: 39-1/4” h x 52-3/4” w. CONDITION: Old relining, restoration and inpainting. One corner of frame damaged. Very good condition. 12-330 (5,000-10,000)


OUTSTANDING PAIR OF CONTINENTAL BAROQUE CARVED WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIRS. Probably French, 17th Century. Raked back with serpentine top rail and S-form arms on voluted supports. The seat supported by turned and block legs joined by conforming stretchers. Upholstered in period Louie XV needlework of a floral and leaf design in colors of blues, reds and golds. SIZE: 43-1/2” h x 17” seat h. CONDITION: One front leg replaced. Some insect damage. Very good condition. 12-12258 (2,000-4,000)


CONTINENTAL BAROQUE WALNUT SIDE TABLE. Late 17th Century. Tavern table form having one long drawer, four boldly turned legs and similarly turned H stretcher with central raised turned finial. Multi-board top has picture framed edge. Molded edge straight frieze, vase, ring and bell turnings. Presently does not have brass but shows evidence of one at some point. SIZE: 26-3/4” h x top size 37-1/2” x 25-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12228 (3,000-5,000)


OVAL BRASS COPPER HINGED OVAL TOBACCO BOX. Bottom has oval scene of “Prag”. The top with three medallions, one is “Franc” other is “Theresia” centered by a royal crest. SIZE: 6-1/4” x 1-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-60 (500-800)


LOUIE XIII WALNUT STOOL. Over upholstered top in colorful antique needlework fastened with brass upholstery tacks. Fine block and vase turned legs joined by H-stretcher having similar turnings. SIZE: 18” h x 20” w x 16” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-259 (1,000-2,000)


OIL ON STONE OF YELLOW PARROT. Rounded corner black slate has hand painted branch with green leaves, large yellow parrot perched atop. Signed in artists monogram “HW”. 20th Century. SIZE: 8-1/2” x 6”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-96 (300-500)


OIL ON STONE OF SNIPE. Rounded corner orange onyx slab has nesting snipe on grass. Signed in artist monogram “HW”. SIZE: 4-1/2” x 5-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-96-1 (200-400)


OIL ON STONE OF WHITE PARROT. Rounded corner orange onyx slab has white and yellow macaw type parrot with yellow crest and black beak. Signed in artist monogram “HW”. SIZE: 8-1/2” x 6-1/4”. CONDITION: Repaired corner, otherwise very good. 12-96-2 (200-400)


FRENCH PROVINCIAL CARVED WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS. Late 18th Century. Rectangular molded edge top with rounded front corners above a frieze. Two half drawers over three long drawers. All resting on block legs which are an extension of the side posts, which have a molded edge. Raised panel sides. All drawers dovetailed and have replaced hardware. Small drawers having single brass handles, long drawers with two. Bottom drawer missing hardware. SIZE: 32” h x case size 33-1/2” w x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some minor repair, split to top and sides and some insect damage. Otherwise good. 12-213 (1,500-2,500)


LOT OF EIGHT TRINKET BOXES. Five Battersea type, two Limoges and one Battersea type music box. Music box with Swiss made movement, “Limited Edition 109-250 for the Royal Shakespeare Theater Centenary 1879-1879”. Swiss music box signed “Rouge”. Signed “Halcyon Days, London”. Three oval, two being “Halcyon Days” hunting scene and partridge. The other “Cartier, New York” with saying. Two round, one being “Crummles” with flower, the other “Halcyon Days” with “Thank You” and flowers. Two Limoges. CONDITION: One top needs gluing, otherwise very good. 12-203 (300-600)


FRENCH LIMOGES PORCELAIN HINGED BOX FOR TIFFANY & CO. Bottom Limoges green mark, also “Tiffany & Co. Private Stock Hand Painted, Made in France”. Rectangular box has slightly domed lid decorated in an oriental motif on a white ground. SIZE: 2” h x 5-1/2” w x 3-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-31 (200-300)


HINGED FRENCH PORCELAIN FIGURAL TRINKET BOX. 20th Century. Box has mating chickens atop and flower and insect design elsewhere. Marked “France”. SIZE: 2-1/2” h x 3-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-61 (100-200)


CHIPPENDALE SLANT LID FOUR DRAWER BIRCH DESK. Four graduated drawers having original brass bale hardware. Slant lid supported by two slides. Stepped interior has five drawers and eight cubby holes. Applied bracket base with central apron drop. SIZE: 42” h x 36-1/2” w x 17-1/2” d. CONDITION: Replaced base, old refinished. 12-12215 (2,000-3,000)


18TH CENTURY LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR. Four graduated ladderbacks supported by sausage turned stiles ending in turned finials. Box type stretcher and turned stretcher under curving carved arms. Sausage turned front supports, replaced rush seat. SIZE: 43-1/2” h x 17-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Very good. Bottom 7” ended out. 12-12223 (400-800)


SET OF EIGHT TIFFANY STERLING BREAD PLATES. Backs marked “Tiffany & Co.” “20198 M”. Monogrammed “PJW”?. WEIGHT: 43 tr. oz. SIZE: 6”. CONDITION: Some scratched but generally in good condition. 12-39 (400-600)


SET OF EIGHT TIFFANY STERLING STRAWS. Marked “Tiffany & Co., Sterling”. Silver tube handle, double leaf bowl. WEIGHT: 3 tr. oz. SIZE: 8-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-111 (200-300)


FEDERAL SNAKE FOOT OVAL TIP TOP CANDLESTAND. Elongated oval top. Urn and ring turned post ending in three snake foot legs and pad feet. Steel reinforcing plate to bottom. SIZE: 27-3/4” h. CONDITION: Some old repair, slight warp to top, good. 12-12252 (600-1,000)


OTTO FRIED (Dutch, 1922-) “UNLIMITED VISION 1974”. A work in four parts. Each stretched on separate canvases and framed together to form a square. Each canvas depicts different color circles, some in eclipse type fashion. Signed and dated on reverse. Also signed bottom right and dated. Housed in a silver metal simple frame. OVERALL SIGHT SIZE: 15” x 17”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-282 (200-400)


TWELVE STEUBEN LIQUOR GLASSES. Fine crystal liquor glasses have elegant, sleek design with weighted bottom. Signed on underside in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 4-1/8” t. CONDITION: One glass is 1/4” shorter than others, otherwise, very good to excellent. 12-122-10 (200-400)


TEN STEUBEN TUMBLERS. Stylish, clear blown tumblers have heavy, weighted bottom with dimpled recess. Monogrammed on side “P J W” (Woolworth). Signed on underside in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 6-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-210-2 (200-300)


TWELVE STEUBEN STEMS. Unusual small stems have saucer foot and short stem with double twist controlled bubble. Signed on the bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 3-1/2” h. CONDITION: Two have chips to foot, otherwise very good. 12-210-3 (200-300)


WALNUT BUTLER’S TROLLY. 19th Century. Having three tiers supported by round corner posts with blocks at shelf. Feet taper and fitted with a large brass cupped castor foot. Top shelf has slight overhang with rounded corner backsplash. SIZE: 36” h x 27” w x 15” d. CONDITION: Nice use patina, some stains and scratches. 12-12217 (1,000-2,000)


ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR. Box type stretcher, curving stiles ending in a carved scroll like crest supported by a central carved splat. Slip seat presently reupholstered in green vinyl. 18th Century. SIZE: 37” x 17-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Old repair to front seat rail. Central portion of backsplat has missing element. 12-12256 (400-600)


TWO CORKSCREWS AND ONE BOTTLE OPENER. 1) Bottle opener is made from 3-1/2” whales tooth. Marked “Sheffield, England”. 2) Fine stag horn and silver handled screw type corkscrew. Unsigned but nice quality. Handle is 6”. Total height is 7”. 3) Silver handled screw type corkscrew. Handle marked “Sterling”. 4-1/2” x 7”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-18 (150-250)


LOT OF EIGHT DECORATIVE FIGURAL STOPPERS. Lot includes: dolphin, fish, cane handle, knob, ball stop pourer and set of three melon shaped silver plate. SIZE: Range from 1-1/2” to 5”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-10 (200-400)


MODERN BRASS AND GLASS HANGING HALL FIXTURE. Four branch candelabra suspended in a four panel round cylinder in brass frame. SIZE: 30” h x 13” dia. CONDITION: Some corrosion, otherwise good. 12-284 (200-400)


PAIR OF INLAID MAHOGANY “FLYING BOAT” BOOKENDS. Wedge shaped with light and dark wood inlay of a two prop plane, commonly referred to as the “Flying Boat”. SIZE: 6” h x 4” d x 5” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-175 (75-125)


19TH CENTURY CARVED MAHOGANY BOOK CABINET. 3/4 baluster galleried top with 35 well turned balusters. Graduated and stepped three shelf interior with reeded edging. The reeding extends to the base supported by four reeded and ring turned tall legs. SIZE: 55” h x 27-1/2” w x 12-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some splits to backboard. Otherwise very good. 12-12249 (800-1,200)


LARGE FANCY FRAME. 40-1/2” x 30-1/4”. “Charles Dana Gibson” plaque attached. Label affixed to back Museum of Fine Arts, titled “Captain Robinson” plaque attached. Retrospective Exhibition 1967. CONDITION: Very good. 12-339 (200-300)


LARGE GILT FRAME. 40-1/4” x 30”. “Torrey and Belle’s General Store, Kennebunkport, Maine by Abbott Graves”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-340 (200-300)


FANCY LARGE FRAME. 27” x 32-1/4”. Vose Gallery stamp on reverse. CONDITION: Very good. 12-341 (200-300)


FANCY LARGE FRAME. 19-3/4” x 25-1/2”. “The Hippodrome by Everett Shinn”. CONDITION: 12-342 (200-300)


THREE FANCY GILT FRAMES. 1) 14-1/2” x 10-1/4”. With liner. “A. T. Millar” plaque attached. 2) 17-1/4” x 13-1/4”. “A Lurking Apache by John Hauser” plaque attached. 3) 18-1/4” x 14-1/4”. Kennedy Gallery label on reverse. “The Warrior 1931 by Frank Tenney Johnson” plaque attached. CONDITION: Very good. 12-344 (200-300)


LOT OF TWO FRAMES. 1) 14-3/4” x 20-3/4”. Linen lined. “L Elshemus” plaque attached. 2) 14-1/2” x 20-1/4”. “Oaks of Genessco by David Johnson” plaque attached. CONDITION: Very good. 12-348 (200-300)


SET OF THREE FINE FRAMES. Each with linen liners. 1) 15-3/4” x 26-3/4”. “Crossing Medicine Bow Creek by Cassily Adams” plaque attached. 2) 12-1/2” x 16-1/2”. “After the Hunt by William R. Leigh” plaque attached. 3) 14-1/2” x 11-1/2”. “Apache War Chief by H. F. Farny” plaque attached. CONDITION: Some minor gilt loss, otherwise very good. 12-346 (250-400)


THREE FANCY FRAMES. 1) 11-1/2” x 14-1/2”. “Richard Law Hinsdale” plaque attached. 2) 13-1/4” x 16-3/4”. Linen liner. “Childe Hassam” plaque attached. 3) 15” x 19”. No plaque. CONDITION: Very good. 12-347 (300-400)


TWO LARGE GILT FRAMES. 18-1/4” x 28-1/4”. “Dean Place Mystic, Conn. 1871 by Nelson A. Moore” plaque attached. Kennedy Galleries label to reverse. 2) 19-1/4” x 31”. “Reading From the South-West 1846 by J.A. Benade” plaque attached. CONDITION: Very good. 12-343 (150-250)


LOT OF FOUR FANCY FRAMES. 1) 13” x 16”. Linen liner. “G. V. A. Roling” Lock Galleries stamp to back. 2) 13-1/4” x 20-1/4”. “The Approaching Storm by Charles Rain” plaque attached. 3) 14-1/4” x 23”. “The Concord Coach by Enoch Wood Perry” plaque attached. 4) 12-1/2” x 20-1/2”. Linen liner. “Haverstraw Bay 1874 by Cleveland Rockwell” plaque attached. CONDITION: Very good. 12-349 (100-200)


LOT OF SIX FRAMES. 1) 11-1/2” x 15-3/4”. “Winter Fishing Charles River Boston, Mass by David Dalhoff Neal” plaque attached. 2) 14-3/4” x 19-3/4”. “George Harvey” plaque attached. 3) 14-1/4” x 12”. No plaque. 4) 12” x 9-1/4”. No plaque. 5) 8-1/2” x 9-1/4”. No plaque. 6) 14” x 10-1/2”. “Charles H. Davis” plaque attached. (Damaged) CONDITION: As noted, very good. 12-350 (75-125)


LOT OF FOUR LARGE FRAMES. 1) 17-1/4” x 30-1/4”. With linen liner. “California Landscape by William Hahn” plaque affixed. 2) 47-1/2” x 43”. “Portrait of a Statesman Samuel Waldo and William Jewett” plaque attached. 3) 23-1/2” x 35-3/4”. No plaque. 4) 24” x 33-3/4”. No plaque. CONDITION: Very good. 12-351 (75-125)


TWO LEMON GOLD FRAMES. 1) 12-1/4” x 20-1/4”. “View on the Hudson, Catskills in Distance by Francis A. Silva” plaque attached. 2) 12-3/4” x 18-3/4”. “Huts of Contrabands, Hilton Head, S.C. by Xanthus Smith” plaque attached. Kennedy Galleries label to reverse. CONDITION: Some gilt loss, good. 12-345 (75-125)


FOUR DRAWER STATE OF MAINE CHEST. Rectangular reeded front top above four drawers, flaked by reeded pilasters ending in short turned feet. Birch construction in a natural old refinish. Antique oval brasses with bale handles. SIZE: 32” h x case size 40-1/2” w x 16-1/2” d. CONDITION: Feet reduced in height, one drawer return loose, otherwise very good. 12-12216 (500-800)


18TH CENTURY LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR. Five ladderback, round stiles ending in well turned finials, double box type stretcher with bulbous turned front stretcher. Splint seat with drop in needlework cushion. Interesting shaped arms supported by turned posts. SIZE: 48-1/2” h x 18” seat h. CONDITION: Very good. Legs have 4” replaced ends. 12-12246 (300-500)


STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP OF MAN AND WOMAN. Figurine shows woman in pink and white outfit holding arms with a man wearing a yellow and red outfit. They both carry baskets and stand behind a flowering tree. SIZE: 7” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-23 (200-300)


STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP OF MAN AND WOMAN. Man on left side wears red and yellow outfit holds basket. Woman wears pink and white outfit holding umbrella. They stand against a tree trunk with flowering leaves. SIZE: 6-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. Some minor roughness to edges. 12-24 (200-300)


VICTORIAN GLASS & ENAMEL SET. Set consists of tray, stoppered decanter, small decanter, bowl and goblet all pieces are hand blown and beautiful blue glass and heavily enameled with white in yellow daisies, gold stems and green, brown and yellow leaves. SIZE: Tray: 11-1/2” dia. Large decanter: 11-1/2” t. CONDITION: Some chips to edges, otherwise good. 12-124 (250-350)


NINE PIECE BREAKFAST SET BY SHELLEY. Green mark to base. White ground with pink dot decoration. Set consists of two plates, cup and saucer, egg cup, sugar and creamer, covered bowl and small open bowl. CONDITION: Spider crack to sugar, small bowl repaired, otherwise good. 12-158 (150-250)


TWENTY-TWO PIECE BOOTHS TEA SET IN THE DRAGON PATTERN. Pieces are decorated with a green dragon motif and gilt edges. Set consists of: five 6-3/4” plates; six 5-3/4” saucers; six 3-1/2” dia. handled cups; two 5-1/4” teapots with covers; open sugar and creamer and small 2-3/4” dia. bowl. CONDITION: Very good. 12-202 (200-300)


TWELVE PIECE BONE CHINA BREAKFAST SET. Green mark to base “Hammersley, Made in England”. Pink clover design. Set consists of tall 6-1/2” teapot (chips to spout); 7-1/2” covered bowl; 8-1/4” plate; 3-3/4” egg cup; 4” slat and pepper shakers; 3-1/4” creamer; cup and saucer; 6” plate and 5-3/4” small bowl. 12-197 (200-400)


ONE DRAWER RECTANGULAR FRENCH FRUITWOOD TAVERN TABLE. Central drawer with wood knob, block and turned legs ending in short turned feet. H-stretcher with straight skirt having bottom molded edge. 18th Century. SIZE: 25” h x 47” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Fair to good. Some imperfections. 12-285 (400-800)


ANTIQUE WALNUT FRENCH COUNTRY BENCH. Open back with molded edge top rail supported by two rectangular stiles having one arm. Plank seat of two board construction supported by a front and side inset paneled base. Left side has no arm and open side. Wood peg construction. A conforming decorative cushion accompanies bench. SIZE: 32” h x 47” w x 16” d. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12262 (400-600)


FRENCH ANTIQUE COUNTRY ARMCHAIR. Three shaped ladderback, tapered molded edge stiles, curving arms having turned arm supports. Double box stretcher, replaced rush seat, square molded edge front legs. SIZE: 33-1/2” h x 13” seat h. CONDITION: Insect damage, good. 12-12287 (250-400)


FRENCH COUNTRY ANTIQUE ARMCHAIR. 18th/19th Century. Three shaped ladderback, pad upholstered arms resting on well turned arm supports. Shaped front flat stretcher with round stretchers elsewhere. Molded edge square front legs. Rush seat with half over upholstering. Attachable fitted back and seat cushion. SIZE: 31-1/2” h x 16” seat h with cushion. CONDITION: Cushions worn. 12-12273 (250-400)


ROUND IVORY DRESSING BOX WITH IVORY MINIATURE PAINTING. Round painting on ivory of a young maiden wearing white dress, pink flower corsage and hair flower. Signed “Nodirt”?. SIZE: 1-1/2” h x 3-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Vertical split to miniature on left side, otherwise good. 12-32 (200-400)


FRAMED BLACK AND WHITE LITHOGRAPH “BONAPARTE SEIZE OF ST. JEAN. D’ACRE”. Signed in plate “Charlet”. Scene shows a triumphant Napoleon standing tall amongst his soldiers. Housed in a gilt wood thin frame with wide white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 12-1/2” x 16”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-313 (150-250)


SMALL CONTINENTAL GILT WOOD CARVED MIRROR. Rectangular mirror has molded wood frame with basket of flower crest, foliate ears and claw feet. 19th Century. SIZE: 15” h x 11” w. CONDITION: Generally good. Some chipping to gilt. 12-178 (300-500)


RICHARD (American, 20th Century) THE BOOK READER. Watercolor and graphite drawing of a woman seated and with small book in hands. Orange/red background. Signed lower left “Richard 57”. Housed in a painted black wood frame with thin matte. Maria Antoville Galleries label to back. SIGHT SIZE: 13-1/2” x 6-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-320 (150-250)


GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SMALL BOOKCASE. Stepback design with one dovetail drawer having decorative ring handle brasses. Three shelves, flat molded rectangular top, tapering tall square legs ending in brass cupped castor feet. Side mounted ring handled brasses. SIZE: 48-1/2” h x case size 18” x 11”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12248 (250-400)


ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED SIDE CHAIR. 19th Century. Having a wonderful carved backsplat and crest. Molded edge square front legs supported by a box type stretcher. Slip seat with as is upholstery. SIZE: 38” h x 17” seat h. CONDITION: Generally very good. 12-12222 (400-800)


VENETIAN GLASS FISH. Hand blown art glass fish has interior color decoration of brown belly, silver metallic body and green stripe down back. Fishes mouth and applied fins are internally decorated with gold metallic. SIZE: 16” l. CONDITION: Chip to underside at edge of ground base, otherwise very good. 12-184 (200-300)


TWO VENETIAN GLASS FISH. Hand blown art glass fish feature internally decorated silver metallic colored bodies with a brown back on one and green back on other. Applied fins are internally decorated with gold metallic. Both have applied glass eyes. SIZE: Approx. 14” l each. CONDITION: Both are missing a portion of the top fin and the brown fish as a chip to the mouth. 12-183, 12-186 (200-300)


VENETIAN GLASS FISH. Hand blown art glass fish has interior color decoration of brown at the head with silver metallic body and gold metallic fins and lips. Fins and eyes are applied. SIZE: 12” l. CONDITION: Chip to bottom lip, otherwise very good. 12-185 (150-250)


FRAMED WHITE EGRET BIRD PRINT. Hand colored print shows white bird standing on rock looking over lilypad. Oriental signature below and identified as plate No. 67. Housed in a black and gold painted wood frame with white matte. SIZE: 11-1/2” x 8-1/4”. CONDITION: Minor foxing and toned matte. 12-322 (50-100)


FRAMED BOTANICAL PRINT. “Tankerville’s Limodorun” Reinagle Sr. painter, Roffe engraver. Published London, 1811 by Dr. Thornton. Print shows tall flower against a mountain and village background. Simple wood frame with line highlighted matte. SIGHT SIZE: 11-1/2” x 8”. CONDITION: Very good with some light toning. 12-321 (50-100)


GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Serpentine crest rail with pierced decorative backsplat. Green reupholstered slip seat. SIZE: 36-1/2” h x 18” seat h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-12230 (300-500)


CUT GLASS BOWL & UNDERPLATE. Bowl and underplate are cut with matching panels of diamond design alternating with panels cut with stylized leaf design. SIZE: 6” dia x 3-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-132 (250-350)


LARGE CUT GLASS CRUET. Wonderful large cruet has ten faceted sides and a cut starburst design in bottom. Cruet has applied glass handle with zipper design cut on edges. CONDITION: Minor roughness to inside lip as well as bottom edge of stopper. 12-26 (150-250)


CUT GLASS DECANTER. Beautiful cut glass decanter has deeply cut design of hobstars and fans encircling the body of the bulbous decanter. Cut zipper design extends up the 8-sided faceted neck. SIZE: 7-1/2” t. CONDITION: Roughness to cut design around waist of decanter, otherwise good. 12-138 (150-250)


SEVEN PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT CHINA. Lot includes three handless cups, three saucers and one handled mug. Three saucers with flower decoration. Handled mug has monogram “B” and decorated with water buffalo, men and house. Chip and crack to top. One cup has British ship design with hairline, others are flower decorated (one with chip and hairline). 12-69 (300-500)


PAIR OF ORIENTAL EXPORT CUPS AND SAUCERS. Small 2-1/2” h handled cup and 4-3/4” dia. saucer are decorated with colorful flowers on a white background. CONDITION: Very good. 12-64 (150-250)


18TH CENTURY LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR. Four graduated shaped horizontal ladderbacks, turned ball type finials, wide carved arms, double box stretcher, replaced rush seat. Needlework drop in cushion added. SIZE: 45” h x 17-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Bottom 7” has reattached legs converted from rocker. Otherwise very good. 12-12245 (200-400)


SET OF THREE FRENCH PRINTS. Colored prints by Guy Arnoux. Titled “La Bordee” which shows three sailors drinking on a city street. “Les Iles” which shows three sailors coming ashore meeting islanders. “Le Retour au Pays” showing a sailor reuniting with family. Identically housed in a painted red wood frame and 2-1/4” mirror matte. SIGHT SIZE: 8-1/2” x 8”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-300 (150-300)


T. R. SMITH (British, 18th century) “MRS. ROBINSON”. After a painting by George Romney (British, 1734-1802). “Published August 25, 1781 Oxford”. Print is mounted on a backboard and housed in a fine carved wood gilt edge frame. Scene shows an oval portrait of a lady with white lace bonnet and hand muff. SIGHT SIZE: Print is 13-3/4” x 10”. CONDITION: Slight toning, otherwise good. 12-277 (100-200)


FRAMED LITHOGRAPH “FIELD NEGRO (SUGAR CANE IN THE BACKGROUND)”. “R. Bridgens del et Lith.Day & Haghe Lith Jennings & Co.”. Housed in a black and gold painted wood frame and matte. SIGHT SIZE: 12” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Stained and foxed. No rips or tears. 12-281 (100-200)


SET OF ELEVEN ORIENTAL DECORATED PLATES. Plates marked “Made in China”. Plates with green cabbage leaf decoration interspersed with butterflies. SIZE: 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Three plates have chips and cracks, eight very good. 12-128 (250-350)


ORIENTAL FOOTED OVAL BOWL. Shaped bowl has white interior. Outside decorated with deer, stork and flowering trees. Red chalk mark to base. SIZE: 3” h x 10-1/2” x 8-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-147 (200-300)


CLEMENT HURD (American, 1908-1988) THE LION. Colored print of seated brown lion with black mane and tail. Appears to be a rubbing/linoleum cut. Signed upper right in a red block. Housed in a molded wood frame with white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 11-1/2” x 21”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-314 (150-250)


SET OF NINE FOLDING UPHOLSTERED WOOD FRAMED CHAIRS. Each chair with gold upholstered back and seat lined with brass upholstery tacks. Reeded stiles with shaped crest having two small carved finials. SIZE: 34” h x 19” seat h. CONDITION: Shows some use, generally good. 12-260 (400-600)


THREE ENGLISH PEPPER POTS. London 1806. All of similar design. Domed cover with decorative piercing. Eight-sided tapering baluster shape on a round foot. WEIGHT: 10 tr. oz. SIZE: One 4-1/2” h , two 3-3/4” h. CONDITION: Dent to top of larger, otherwise good. 12-7 (300-500)


TWO COBALT LINED ENGLISH STERLING MUSTARD POTS. 1) 3” h handled oval tankard shape marked on base “Crichton, Made in England”. Hallmarked on side 1923. Makers mark “L. A. C.”. 2) 2-1/4” h handled tureen shape with four feet marked on base “England Sterling”, hallmarked Birmingham” 1955. WEIGHT: 6 tr. oz. (with liners). CONDITION: Very good. 12-12 (150-250)


PAIR OF HORN AND SILVER SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS. Small black horns are fitted with silver tip, two silver ball feet and a silver shaker top, which is unmarked. SIZE: 4-1/2” l. CONDITION: Some silver wear, otherwise good. 12-87 (100-200)


PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING PEPPER SHAKERS. London. Baluster form with tall dome pierced top and spiral flame finial. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 5-1/2” h. CONDITION: Some dents, otherwise very good. 12-9 (100-200)


SET OF FOUR COLORFUL BIRD PRINTS. Titled “Blue and Yellow Macaw”, “Elegant Parrakeet”, “Pileated Parrakeet”, and “Orange Bellied Parakeet”. Identically housed in birdseye maple thin frames and matted. SIGHT SIZE: 9” x 6”. CONDITION: Generally very good. 12-319 (75-125)


CUT GLASS STOPPERED DECANTER. Decanter has two rows of cut oval designs around bulbous body and a cut honeycomb design extending up long neck. Stopper has faceted design. SIZE: 11-1/2” t. CONDITION: Stopper has chips to bottom edge, decanter has staining to interior and some minor roughness to areas at waist. 12-46 (150-250)


CUT GLASS STICK VASE. Wonderful stick vase has cut floral design extending upward from a saucer foot. SIZE: 6” t. CONDITION: Some staining to interior, otherwise very good. 12-92 (50-100)


CUT GLASS BOWL. Octagonal shape, clear glass bowl has cut design of stylized flowers and leaves with a ribbon band at waist. SIZE: 12” dia. CONDITION: Two minor chips at bottom edge of foot and some minor scratches to interior of bowl. 12-180 (100-200)


ETCHED GLASS & STERLING COLOGNE. Beautiful cologne bottle has ten faceted sides, each deeply etched with a stylized floral design. Mounted with sterling silver collar, embossed with floral ribbon design. Bottle is topped with matching etched glass stopper. Sterling collar is stamped “Sterling Germany”. SIZE: 6-1/4” t. CONDITION: Small chip to bottom edge of design on stopper, otherwise very good. 12-88 (200-300)


DECORATIVE CRYSTAL COVERED JAR. Covered jar has faceted design with oval cut design near foot. Outer lip of jar has sharply cut decorative rim. Faceted lid is topped with tall finial. SIZE: 8-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very minor roughness, otherwise very good. 12-165 (250-350)


THREE PIECES OF HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN. Unmarked. 19th Century. Lot includes cylinder shape cup with handle and matching saucer with ring handled footed tapered sugar bowl. Each piece with a brown background, square panel scene having landscape with people and castle with gilt highlights surrounding. SIZE: Cup is 2-1/4” h; saucer is 5”; footed bowl is 4” h x 4-3/4” w. CONDITION: Two fish scale flakes to inside of bowl, slight roughness to bottom of cup. Otherwise very good. 12-70 (150-250)


PAIR OF ITALIAN PORCELAIN FLOWER GARNITURES. Large white flower with green leaf background. Marked “Italy”. SIZE: 5” h x 11” l x 7” w. CONDITION: Some chipping to petal edges but generally good. 12-99 (100-200)


SET OF SIX COALPORT DECORATED PLATES. White ground with three cobalt blue panels separated by sprays of flowers and gold highlights. Gold beaded edge. SIZE: 7” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-173 (100-200)


SET OF ELEVEN SPODE PLATES. Impressed mark and blue mark to base. Red number on bottom “3716”. Green ground with oriental type design of flowers and bird. SIZE: 8” dia. CONDITION: Generally very good. 12-129 (400-600)


SET OF TWELVE TWO HANDLED SOUPS WITH SAUCERS. Green mark “Limoges France”, also blue mark “A. Raynaud & Co. Limoges, Ceralene”. White ground with pink flower border and blue flower vine. 20th Century. SIZE: Saucer is 7”. Bowl is 4-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-201 (200-400)


SET OF SIX CUT GLASS INDIVIDUAL WINE COOLERS. Free blown with polished pontil. Half cut ribbed side with double lipped top. Fine quality. Unsigned. SIZE: 3-1/2” x 4-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-131 (200-400)


FIVE GLASS & STERLING WHISKEY GLASSES. Four matching glasses consist of cut glass inserts with floral cut design held within a sterling silver footed frame. Frame is impressed “Brand-Chatillon Sterling”. The 5th glass is a plain glass insert within a matching sterling frame. SIZE: Approx. 2-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-113 (200-300)


SIGNED STEUBEN EWER. Beautiful blown ewer is done in unique, stylized modern design. Signed on underside in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 9-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-333 (100-200)


TEN CUT GLASS PUNCH CUPS. Punch cups have starburst bottoms and are cut with hobstars and fans and applied glass handles. SIZE: 2-1/4” t. CONDITION: One cup has heat check to handle, otherwise very good. 12-142 (250-350)


TEN PIECE BREAKFAST SET BY SCHUMANN. Shield mark to base “Schumann Arzberg, Germany”. Green flower design on white background with gilt highlights. Set consists of teapot, covered sugar, creamer, egg cup, covered bowl, two plates, open bowl, cup and saucer. CONDITION: Saucer as is. 12-199 (100-200)


TEN PIECE BONE CHINA BREAKFAST SET. Marked “Bone China, Hammersley & Co., Made in England”. White ground with blue flowers. Set consists of coffee pot, teapot, two plates, covered bowl, open bowl, creamer, egg cup, salt and pepper. CONDITION: Very good. 12-198 (100-200)


STEUBEN SUGAR BOWL. Small crystal sugar bowl has applied handles on each side and is signed on bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 2-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-89 (100-150)


STEUBEN DECORATIVE BOWL. Beautiful crystal bowl has applied contemporary design handles on each side of the oval shaped bowl. Signed on bottom in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 4” t x 7-3/4” w. CONDITION: Normal wear to underside of vase, otherwise very good. 12-209 (100-200)


SIGNED BACCARAT DECANTER. Bulbous clear blown glass decanter is topped with hollow blown stopper and signed on bottom “Baccarat France”. SIZE: 11-3/4” t. CONDITION: Some very minor staining to bottom of decanter, otherwise very good. 12-36 (150-250)


ENGLISH SILVER SHOE SHAPED PIN CUSHION. Chester, 1909 “S B & S”. Wood sole with cushioned interior. Man shoe style with lace front. SIZE: 2” h x 5” l. CONDITION: Some dents and crimping to top. 12-11 (200-300)


SET OF FIVE SILVER PLATED FIGURAL PLACE CARD HOLDERS. Unmarked. In the form of far eastern characters. All are seen in native costume in theatrical poses. SIZE: 3”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-115 (100-200)


PAIR OF SILVER PLATED FIGURES ON LAPIS BASES. Two different figures. One showing a putti on a sea horse, the other putti on a snail. Circular blue variegated lapis on bases. SIZE: 2-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-117 (50-100)


INTERESTING SILVER PLATED BEE HIVE FORM COVERED DISH. Two-piece with cover having ring handle attached to a domed bee hive. 5-1/2” underplate with decorative rim. SIZE: 5” CONDITION: Very good. 12-86 (75-125)


SILVER PLATED WINE BOTTLE CRADLE. Basket form with handle which secures bottle for pouring. SIZE: 7” h x 10” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-34 (100-200)


FRAMED GRANDMA MOSES PRINT. Scene shows winter in a New England valley with colorful houses, horses and people. Nicely housed in a painted molded wood frame with linen liner. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/2” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-316 (50-75)


LALIQUE KISSING BIRDS PAPERWEIGHT. Etched on side “Lalique, France”. Two kissing birds stand atop round base. SIZE: 1-1/2” h x 3” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-177 (50-75)


OPALESCENT GLASS FISH. Fancy tropical fish has fins and tail as feet with flowing other fins. Red eyes in a nice opalescent color. SIZE: 5” h x 5” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-35 (100-200)


ITALIAN COLORED GLASS DANCING JESTER FIGURINE. Red spiral twist within clear glass, milk glass collar and cuffs, black mask on a clear head and gold speckle black hat. Stands on an inverted clear glass dish. SIZE: 10” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-288 (200-300)


THREE ITALIAN COLORED GLASS CLOWNS. 1) Tall 14-1/2” h clown smoking pipe with large white hat. Missing hand and part of foot. 2) 11-1/2” standing clown with colorful costume in sea mist and white color, white shoes with black hat and tie and white hair. Missing hand. 3) 11-1/2” standing clown in black tuxedo with yellow and white stripes, yellow shoes and large yellow nose. Damaged, in three pieces. 12-288-4 (100-200)


SET OF FOUR TIFFANY STERLING MATCH BOOK COVERS AND ASHTRAYS. Rectangular design with open sides. Marked “Tiffany & Co., No. 22330” and “4255”. WEIGHT: 9 tr. oz. SIZE: 1-3/4” l x 1” w. CONDITION: Generally good. Four 2-3/4” sq. silver ashtrays having crimped corners marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling 4”. 12-108 (150-250)


LOT OF TWELVE SILVER AND SILVER PLATE SALT SPOONS. Lot includes 1-1/2” George Jensen sterling; three others marked Sterling the rest being silver plate. Also includes 2” pitchfork. SIZES: 1-1/2” to 3-3/4”. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-13 (75-125)


PAIR OF MINIATURE BULBOUS CABINET BUD VASES. Pseudo red crown mark to base, appear to be 19th Century. Colorful foliate decoration in blue, rust, green and gold. SIZE: 4-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. Some gold highlighting rubbed. 12-66 (150-250)


PAIR OF CHELSEA PORCELAIN FIGURES OF MAN AND WOMAN ON GOAT. Each figurine has goat with horns wearing eyeglasses. Gold anchor mark to side. Very well mottled and detailed. Man and woman have colorful costumes on rectangular bases. SIZE: 6-3/4” h x 6” l. CONDITION: Man is missing right arm and goat missing right ear. Right thumb of woman missing. Otherwise good. 12-48 (300-500)


SET OF THREE SMALL CHELSEA FIGURINES. All marked with gold anchor mark. 1) Man and woman seated separately on stumps. She reads from book, man listens. Oval base. 3” h. Very good condition. 2) Person sits atop recumbent lion wearing elephant head hat. 2-1/” h. Upraised hand is broken, otherwise good. 3) Woman sits atop alligator. She holds cornucopia in lap. 2-3/4” h. Alligator has repaired head and missing tail with other chips. 12-156 (100-200)


SIGNED WATERFORD VASE. Beautiful cut glass vase has cut diamond design with a border of stylized leafs surrounding lip. Signed on bottom “Waterford”. SIZE: 6-1/2” dia x 6” t. CONDITION: Normal wear to underside, otherwise very good to excellent. 12-93 (150-250)


CUT GLASS DECANTER. Beautiful crystal decanter has 21-rayed star in bottom with cut oval design around waist and faceted neck. Mushroom shape stopper is decorated with cut ray design. SIZE: 7” t. CONDITION: Chip to lip of decanter, otherwise good. 12-29 (100-150)


SIGNED ST. LOUIS BOWL. Very heavy crystal bowl has deeply cut stylized leaf design around side and is signed on interior of bowl “St. Louis France Cristal”. SIZE: 8-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Large flake to outside edge at lip and some minor roughness to lip. 12-168 (100-200)


RARE LARGE SMOKE BELL. Wonderful hand blown smoke bell is executed in clear glass with a raised double thickness rim. SIZE: 17” dia. CONDITION: Roughness to pontil at top of smoke bell, otherwise very good to excellent. 12-278 (100-200)


LOT OF FOUR SILVER MUSTARD POTS. 1) Cobalt lined silver plated frame with dog thumb lift in tankard form with scroll handle. SIZE: 2-1/2” h. 2) Stein form with shell thumb lift and engraved floral top and sides. Hallmarked possibly French with a mismatched silver liner. 3) Small cobalt lined kettle form. Marked “Wyler” silver plate. SIZE: 2” h. 4) Glass lined Meridan Silver Plate Company with pineapple finial. SIZE: 3-1/2”. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-103 (200-300)


THREE SILVER TOAST RACKS. 1. Chester, 1912. Marked “G.N.” & “R.H.”. SIZE: 3-1/2” 2. Marked “Sterling”. SIZE: 4-1/2”. Break to one rib. 3. Silver plated. SIZE: 2-1/2” CONDITION: Condition very good otherwise noted. 12-17 (200-300)


THREE TEA STRAINERS. 1) Turned wood handle with pierced round bowl. English hallmarks “Birmingham 1961”. Makers mark “SJS”. 7” l. 2) Colander type on frame with drip pan below. Marked “Christofle, France”. 5” l. 3) Continental figural handle tea strainer. Ship handle with wide rimmed bowl having pierced decoration of boats, windmill and flowers. Hallmarked “830”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-112 (150-250)


LOT OF 6 OPEN SILVER PLATED OPEN SALTS. Four with gadroon type edge, rectangular footed form, 4” long. Along with two smaller 3-1/4” salts having cobalt glass liners. Marked “Made in England”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-102 (100-200)


ENGRAVED CRYSTAL COVERED VASE. Delicately blown vase has engraved spread eagle on side and is fitted with crystal top decorated with cut stars circling edge. SIZE: 13-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-243 (300-500)


EIGHTEEN PIECES OF ETCHED STEMWARE. Lot consists of 12 goblets, 3 wines and 2 other stems as well as a pitcher with broken handle. All items are hand blown with a subtle fluted design at bottom and a beautifully etched border of grapes, leaves and vines circling top. SIZE: Goblets: 7” t. CONDITION: One goblet has signs of minor grinding to foot, otherwise very good to excellent, except where noted. 12-85 (400-600)


NINE CUT GLASS OLD FASHIONS. Glasses are cut with a spearhead type pattern extending upward from foot and a band of cut circles bordered at top and bottom by a cut rope type design. SIZE: 3-1/2” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-140 (100-200)


FOUR SILVER PLATED SERVING DISHES. 1) Pair of 8-1/2” sq. bamboo style edge square serving trays. One punch marked “10g”, the other “12gr”. 2) 10” hand hammered shallow bowl by “Meriden, Silver Plate Co.”. 10-1/2” footed plate by “Homan Plate” “Flora” pattern. CONDITION: Very good. 12-63 (100-200)


LOT OF THREE FOOTED SMALL TRAYS. 1) Pair of oval galleried 10-1/2” x 8” trays with small bun feet marked “I. F. S. Ltd”. One engraved with lion. 2) Shaped rectangular 10-1/2” x 7-1/2” galleried tray with bun feet marked “I. F. S. Ltd. Sheffield, England”. Family crest engraved on front side. CONDITION: Very good. 12-114 (100-150)


MINIATURE PAIR OF SILVER PLATED 17TH C STYLE CANDLESTICKS. 20th Century. Marked “W & F”. Notched corner square base with a turned stem and cylinder ring turned candle cup. SIZE: 4-1/4” h. CONDITION: Good. Some silver plate wear to edges. 12-104 (75-125)


THREE BOXED SETS OF DECORATIVE STONE DISHES. Red leather style cases with velvet divided interior. Each one holding four stone carved dishes. Cases are marked “Asprey & Co., Ltd., London”. One contains blue lapis, another amethyst quartz and the other with rose quartz? SIZES: Range from 2” to 2-3/4”. CONDITION: One glued, one rose quartz missing. Otherwise good. 12-137 (300-500)


LOT OF TEN DECORATIVE STONE DISHES. Lot includes: 4” watermelon tourmaline, 4-1/2” green tourmaline; 3-1/2” agate; 4” jade?; 3” rose colored, amethyst and amber colored quartz; 3”, 4” and 5” slate?. CONDITION: Very good. 12-179 (150-250)


LOT OF EIGHT STONE ELEPHANTS. Elephants include pink quartz, amethyst quartz, lapis, jadite, clear quartz and three orange agate? jade? SIZES: Range from 1-1/2” l to 4” l. CONDITION: Small chips . Pink quartz elephant has possible repaired trunk. 12-54 (400-800)


LOT OF FOUR FIGURINES. 1) 4-1/2” l. Italian glass bird, unsigned. Clear glass bird has bubble interior with some frosted white glass. 2) Carved ivory/bone 2-1/2” cardinal type bird. Ivory color with red highlights. 3) 2” agate fish. 4) 3” agate? seated rabbit. Orange color with conforming small wood stand. Missing left foot and tip of one ear. 12-75 (150-250)


PAIR OF CUT BLUE TO CLEAR BOHEMIAN TYPE GLASS COMPOTES. Clear round bases with clear stems having faceted ball and air bubble. Wide shallow bowl with bevels cut to clear and deep blue color. SIZE: 6-3/4” h x 6-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-152 (250-400)


CUT BLUE TO CLEAR BOHEMIAN TYPE GLASS CANDLESTICKS. Clear round bases with tapering shaft, wide flat rim. Bevel cutting with deep blue color. SIZE: 8-3/4” h. CONDITION: One candlestick rim has been broken and repaired. 12-148 (100-200)


LOT OF TEN STERLING ASHTRAYS. Square with crimped corners. Four are 3” sq. marked “England” and hallmarked “London, 1956 C. J. V. Co.”. Not monogrammed. Six 2-3/4” x 2-3/4” “Black Starr & Gorham” ashtrays with central monogram “PJW”. WEIGHT: 15 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 12-101 (150-250)


STERLING PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BOWL. Amston Silver Co., Meriden, CT. No. 242. Classic formed bowl on pedestal. No monogram. 20th Century. WEIGHT: 7 tr. oz. SIZE: 4” h x 7” w. CONDITION: Some small dings, generally good. 12-182 (40-60)


LOT OF SMALL STERLING TABLE ARTICLES. Including Revere Silversmith’s salt and pepper; two English silver rim glass salts Birmingham 1906; two small sterling dishes; Tiffany & Co. liqueur glass; sterling cigarette box holder monogrammed PJW (Woolworth); a bell with Llama finial; English mustard frame with detached cover (Birmingham 1924); sugar bowl frame; unmarked reticulated insert. CONDITION: Good. 12-189; 12-106 (50-100)


SET OF FOURTEEN CUT CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES. Unsigned. Two different sizes, possibly red and white wine. Wheel cut design of zigzag line with flowers. Multiple hex faceted stem with round bases. SIZES: 6” and 5-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-193-2 (150-250)


SET OF NINE CUT CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES Unsigned. Cut flower and leaf design on an elegant long tapered bowl supported by a knob decorated stem with round base. Also with lot is a chipped matching juice glass. SIZE: 8” h. CONDITION: One with very small nicks. 12-193 (100-200)


MODERN PORCELAIN GOLDFISH BOWL. Planter shape with flat rim decorated with flowers. Inside with four large goldfish in orange. Outside decorated brightly with red and purple flowers with green leaves. SIZE: 10” h x 12” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-16 (150-250)


FIVE PIECE LOT OF ORIENTAL PORCELAIN. Small 5-1/2” dia. shaped bowl with flower decoration with turquoise interior, 6-1/2” saucer with purple fruit in colorful design, small 4” modern Rose Medallion type dish, 7-3/4” plate with butterflies and scalloped edge. (Repaired rim), 6” Celadon saucer with flowers and butterfly (repaired rim). 12-167 (100-150)


BLOWN VESSEL WITH ENGRAVED VERSE. Unusual clear blown drinking vessel has engraved verse “He won me same she won he won only only unto the only only only only am but thou me art but am but I is say to thou loves I is and there and requite and that and there”. SIZE: 5-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-166 (100-150)


BLOWN & ENGRAVED GLASS MUG. Beautiful hand blown mug has engraved floral design and applied glass handle. SIZE: 5-3/4”t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-170 (150-250)


CAST IRON PAINTED PARROT DOORSTOP. Colorful parrot perched atop stump with round base. SIZE: 7-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-58 (100-200)


CAST IRON VASE OF FLOWER DOORSTOP. Marked “491” on reverse. Colorful blue vase and flowers on a white stepped base. SIZE: 7-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-74 (50-100)


FIVE SATIRICAL HORSE RELATED PRINTS SIGNED PEB. Three are framed, two are not. One shows runaway horse without jockey, one “He Was Bread by Your Father” showing a bow-legged horse; two show horse on jockey’s lap at doctor’s office; last shows jockey and horse bowing to each other. SIGHT SIZE: 16” x 13-1/2”. CONDITION: Matted stained, prints are good. 12-302 (40-80)


FRAMED MOVIE POSTER “THE SILKEN AFFAIR”. Color poster of movie starring Davie Niven and Genevieve Page. SIGHT SIZE: 21-1/2”x 27-1/2” CONDITION: Sticker from Radio City, New York showing time at left middle. Some discoloration, no glass. 12-303 (30-50)


PAIR OF CAT STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURINES. Black and white cats seated with green grass below on oval bases. 19th Century. SIZE: 4-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-25 (200-300)


PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE SHEEP FIGURINES. Round bases have sheep laying down with head up with flowers behind. Marked on back of each with gold anchor. SIZE: 3” h x 2-1/2” dia. base. CONDITION: Small chips to flowers and small repairs. 12-154 (150-250)


THREE MINIATURE STAFFORDSHIRE ANIMALS. Lot includes a pair of standing sheep on oval bases and a seated brown spotted white dog on rectangular base. 19th Century. SIZE: 2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-155 (100-200)


TWO BLOWN GLASS PITCHERS. 1) Clear glass pitcher has slightly tapering cylindrical body with applied glass handle and ground pontil. SIZE: 9” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 2) Classic ewer shaped pitcher has applied glass handle and ground pontil. Glass has a slight purple tint. SIZE: 10” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-172 (100-200)


CUT GLASS FINGER BOWLS & UNDERPLATES. Lot consists of twelve cut glass finger bowls and eleven matching underplates. Nicely blown crystal bowls and underplates are decorated with a double row of interlocking stylized leafs near foot of bowl. Underplates have matching design. SIZE: Bowls: 4-1/4” dia. Plates: 6” dia. CONDITION: Two plates have very minor chips, otherwise very good. 12-191 (150-250)


PAIR OF FOOTED ORIENTAL BOWLS. Turquoise interior, shaped sides with round footed base. SIZE: 2-1/4” h x 6-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-1 (150-250)


DECORATED YELLOW GROUND FOOTED ORIENTAL BOWL. Four red character signed base, yellow ground exterior with four round medallions having colorful decorative elements. Flower decorated elsewhere. White interior. SIZE: 3” h x 6-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Repaired chip with tight hairline. 12-133 (100-200)


PAIR OF ORIENTAL YELLOW GROUND PLATES. Dragon and cloud motif in bright colors. Red flower decoration to back with red chop mark. 20th Century. SIZE: 10-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 12-151 (75-125)


PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS. 20th Century, Oriental style. Having bird and branch decoration on a tapering four sided base. SIZE: 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-149 (50-100)


PAIR OF LARGE PORCELAIN MONTEITHS. 20th Century. Marked on base with castle “Este” in a black mark. Oval shape with ten lobes, two large handles and footed base. undecorated, white. SIZE: 6” h x 18” (incl. handles) x 11”. CONDITION: One has repair to lobe and chip to base. Other has interior stain to crackle glaze. Otherwise good. 12-134 (200-400)


WHITE PORCELAIN CENTERPIECE BOWL. 20th Century. Serpentine oval shape having two handles on end, four small melon feet and rams head at corners. White bead decoration. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 15-1/2” w x 9” d. CONDITION: Some small glaze chips and crack to one side. Otherwise good. 12-135 (50-100)


DECORATED CHRISTIAN DIOR BOTTLE. Simulated malachite with lapis style neck and medallion. Signed on base. SIZE: 11” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-292 (50-75)


TWO PIECES OF MODERN PORCELAIN. 1) Two handled footed vase decorated with birds and insect. Blue mark to base “Herend Hungary Hand painted”. SIZE: 5” x 5-1/2” dia. 2) French blue and white two part turtle dish. Bottom marked “Hand Painted in France for Tiffany & Co.”. Turtle shaped dish with removable shell cover having thirteen holes. SIZE: 4” h x 8” l. CONDITION: Very good. 12-176 (50-100)


PAIR OF DECORATED FLOWER POTS. Signed on base “L’ Antich Deruth, Monte Carlo”. Initialed “G. J. S”. White open planters have decorative flowers with green leaves. Modern. SIZE: 6-1/2” x 7” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 12-188 (40-60)


FRAMED ANTIQUE ROMAN COIN WITH CERTIFICATE. Nice presentation framed collage containing a 1” dia. Roman coin circa 198AD to 222AD. Cut matte includes certificate of authenticity. Red and gold frame. SIGHT SIZE: 13-1/2” x 10-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-307 (50-100)


SILVER PLATED HARLEQUIN. Standing man in costume holds sword behind back. Stands on square base. Antiques finish. SIZE: 10-1/2”h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-59 (50-100)


FRAMED ENGRAVING BY SIR ALFRED EAST. Framed engraving shows Barbazon type scene with livestock in pasture with large trees as background. Identified on back. Housed in a black molded frame with wide matte. Unsigned. PLATE SIZE: 12” x 14-3/4”. CONDITION: Matte foxed, good. 12-337 (50-100)


STOPPERED CUT GLASS DECANTER. Interesting glass decanter has vertical cut lines creating 10 vertical panels extending up the body of decanter. Neck of decanter is decorated with 3 rings and decanter is finished with a molded stopper. SIZE: 10” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-47 (100-200)


THREE PIECES OF ART GLASS. 1) Mary Gregory vase features white enamel Colonial gentleman against a green glass background with gold trim. SIZE: 7” t. CONDITION: Some chips to rim. 2) I.T.P. cream pitcher with fluted rim and applied handle. SIZE: 5” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 3) Blue opalescent vase has opalescent swirl lines spiraling upward to ruffled opalescent rim. SIZE: 4-1/2” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-163 (50-100)


HAND BLOWN COBALT PITCHER. Wonderful deep cobalt blue pitcher is hand blown with polished pontil and has pinched decoration around waist. Applied cobalt handle is decorated with rosette at base of handle. SIZE: 6-1/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-126 (75-125)


DECORATIVE POTTERY TILE. Central colorful flower theme surrounded by a shaped black colored edge. SIZE: 7-3/4” sq. CONDITION: Generally good. 12-78 (100-200)


TWO PIECES OF DECORATIVE COPPER WARE. Small 9-1/4” h handled milk can style piece signed “E. W. Allen”. Covered oval serving dish with two brass handles and brass flower finial. Signed “T. W. H. Italy”. 14” l x 8-1/2” w. CONDITION: Some dent in rim of serving dish. 12-97 (75-125)


HAND DRAWN COLORED ROLL UP WALL MAP OF PALESTINE. 19th/20th Century. Published by the American Sunday-School Union, 146 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Hand drawn map has printed identification labels attached to a fine linen canvas. SIZE: 58” l x 36” w. CONDITION: Fair to good. Some stains and pencil labels. 12-335 (75-125)


SCOTTIE DOG HOOKED RUG. Oval central cream field with two Scottie dogs, one atop red ball. Purple border. SIZE: 38” x 23”. CONDITION: 1” hole, some fraying to edges, dirty. 12-286 (150-250)


TWO AMERICAN HOOKED RUGS. 1) Beige field with rose border and central flower medallion. SIZE: 50” x 32”. CONDITION: Some damage and loss to material. 2) Leaf and foliate decorated rug with cream center field and dark green outer border. Bright colors of reds, golds and greens. SIZE: 88” x 46”. CONDITION: Large holes, as is. 12-263; 12-264 (100-300)


CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD OWL. Black owl has gold tail and facial features with bluish eyes. Metal feet. SIZE: 9” h. CONDITION: Very good. 12-98 (100-200)


TWO GLASS & METAL DRESSER JARS. 1) Jar has all over diamond design with starburst design on top. Gold colored hinged collar attaches top and bottom. SIZE: 4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 2) Clear glass bottle has 10 vertical faceted panels and is topped with sterling silver screw lid. SIZE: 6” t. CONDITION: Some minor dents to edge of sterling top, otherwise very good. 12-57 (50-150)


THREE DECORATED TOILETRY BOTTLES. Each with matching flower decorated stopper, clear glass bottle with bands of hand painted flowers. Identified on edge “Milk of Magnesia”, “Bicarb Soda”, and “Toilet Water”. SIZE: 5” h. CONDITION: Very good. Some gold edging rubbed. 12-207 (50-100)


PAIR OF CUT GLASS JARS. Each jar has starburst pattern on underside with 6 panels housing a double lined cross. Each jar appears to have originally had a stopper, both are missing. SIZE: 3-3/4” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-71 (100-200)


PAIR OF CUT GLASS JARS. Pair of jars have cut vertical lines creating 10 vertical panels, each ending in a faceted panel at shoulder. Lid of each has cut starburst design and a ground neck. SIZE: 6” t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 12-164 (50-150)


LARGE BLOWN DRINKING VESSEL. Clear glass drinking vessel has controlled bubble design in stem and applied gold rim. SIZE: 11” t. CONDITION: Minor wear to gold rim and normal wear to underside of foot, otherwise very good. 12-171 (50-100)


SET OF EIGHT CUT CRYSTAL SHERRY GLASSES. Unsigned. Wheel cut vine of flowers and leaves. SIZE: 5-3/4”. CONDITION: One with very small rim chip, otherwise very good. 12-193-1 (50-100)


SET OF EIGHT CLEAR GLASS SHRIMP DISHES. Round base with circular bowl having 1/2” rim. Nice quality. SIZE: 3-1/2” h x 5” w. CONDITION: Very good. 12-181 (40-60)


SET OF SIX FRENCH CHILDREN’S PRINTS. Signed “J. Bourat 1930”. Each has French title and shows one or two children in daily activities. Worn green painted frames with highlighted mattes. SIGHT SIZE: 7” x 5”. Four are vertical and two are horizontal. CONDITION: Some stains and foxing to mattes, prints are generally good. 12-301 (50-100)


FIVE PIECES OF ASSORTED SILVER PLATE. 1) 18-1/2” x 12” platter by Community Plate (12910). 2) 16” x 11” platter by L. B. S., Sheffield. 3) 10” round tray by Homan Plate. 4) Oval 10-1/2” vegetable, damaged, by Holmes & Edwards. 5) Two handled 10” x 7” rectangular serving dish. Unmarked. 12-119 (75-125)


MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF SMALL SILVER PLATED ARTICLES. Lot includes two salts, two small covered bottles, small bell, heart shape covered box, cigarette box, two porringer style dishes, three Ronson lighters, two ashtrays, small basket, two match box covers; four glass and silver ashtrays and ten small silver pieces. CONDITION: Some silver plate loss. Fair to good. 12-6; 12-109 (40-60)


SEVEN PIECES OF SILVER PLATED TABLEWARE. Miscellaneous articles including small covered sauce tureen, small teapot, handled glass ice bucket, two baskets, mismatched ice bucket, large Revere type punch bowl. Plus more. CONDITION: Some silver plate loss. Fair to good. 12-118 (50-100)


MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF SILVER PLATE. Seven pieces including two sugar tongs, ice tongs, 5” spoon, 8-1/2” shovel-form straw, claw end tongs and small tea strainer. CONDITION: Very good. 12-110 (40-60)


CASED PARTIAL SET OF BUTTER PATS AND KNIVES BY BACCARAT. Box contains slots for six each. Box is velvet lined marked “Asprey & Co., Ltd., London”. Two 2-1/2” sq. butter pats are present, one having chips. Three 4” glass knives, one chipped. An additional Val St. Lambert 3” clear ashtray included. 12-136 (50-100)


TWO FRAMED PRINTS. 1) Photographic print of a baseball stadium at night. 2) A comical child print titled “Ne Burez Jamais d’eau”. Both framed. CONDITION: As is. 12-331 (20-30)


EARLY WOOD AND GLASS CANDLE LANTERN. Rectangular design, wood frame with glass panels. Attached candle cup to wood base. SIZE: 15-1/2” including handle. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96134 (125-175)


WOOD KNIFE CARRIER. Slant side with central divider having cut outs and turned applied handle. At each corner is a turned decorative post. 19th Century. SIZE: 4-1/2” h x 13-1/2” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Some minor cracks, nice patina. 9-96652 (150-250)


ANTIQUE EIGHT DRAWER WALL SPICE CHEST. Four rows of two drawers each having turned round knob, thin backboard with crest having hole for hanging. SIZE: 16-1/2” h x 10-1/4” w x 5-1/2” d. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96651 (200-400)


DECORATED CROCK. “1843”. Two handled small crock has deep blue decoration of flower with 1843 under it. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 8” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96649 (200-300)


DECORATED THREE GALLON CROCK. Stylized flower in blue. Impressed “Fair Haven, Conn” and “3”. SIZE: 10-1/4” h x 11” dia. CONDITION: Hairline down side, otherwise generally good. 9-96648 (150-250)


BRASS BED WARMER. 19th Century. Turned wood handle bed warmer. Lid with chased sun type decoration. SIZE: 42” l. CONDITION: Handle has old crack and hinge to lid has split wear affixed to cover. 9-96633 (150-250)


FINE ADJUSTABLE BIRD SPIT ON STAND. Cross formed base holds central rod with curled end and adjustable six two-tine skewers. SIZE: 17-1/2” h; stand is 16” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96849 (350-550)


WROUGHT IRON WAFER MAKER. Engraved flying peace dove with vine. Marked “2B” on the outside. SIZE: Dia. of disc is 5”; 27” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96848 (350-550)


PAINTED ONE DRAWER MAINE DRESSING TABLE. Mustard paint with original stencil decoration. Long drawer has two rosette brass handles. Scrolled backsplash, turned legs ending in pointed feet. SIZE: 34-1/4” h x 31-1/2” w x 15-1/2” d. CONDITION: Good. Some wear to paint surface. 9-96146 (500-750)


PAIR OF MAINE PAINT DECORATED THUMBACK SIDE CHAIRS. Stencil signed to base “T. G. Furber”. Black and red grain painting with yellow highlights and stenciling. SIZE: 33” h x 17” seat h. CONDITION: Repair to one seat and some paint loss. 9-96515 (200-400)


UNSIGNED (American, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A MINISTER WITH OPEN BIBLE. Fine portrait shows young man with glasses wearing white collar and black robe. He is seen against a red curtain and dark background. Left hand resting on open green leather bible. Housed in a fancy gesso decorated frame (as is). PROVENANCE: Comes from a Massachusetts Estate. SIZE: 33” x 26-1/2”. CONDITION: Relined and restored. Has three chip in right background. 9-96663 (1,500-2,500)


UNSIGNED (American, Mid-19th Century) ANCESTRAL PORTRAIT OF GIRL WITH BOOK. Oil on canvas ancestral portrait of young girl in pink and white dress holding open book. She wears red three-strand necklace, cameo brooch and long crystal earrings. She is set against a brown background and has nice facial features. Housed in its original ogee and gilt edged frame. PROVENANCE: From a Hastings on the Hudson home. SIZE: 30” x 27”. CONDITION: Restored in very good condition. Relined. 9-96323 (2,000-4,000)


UNSIGNED (Mid-19th Century) ANCESTRAL PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN WITH A LACE BONNET. Oil on canvas mounted on masonite half portrait shows young woman with black hair wearing lace bonnet with blue tie. Lace shawl over black dress with centered gold pin. Midtown Art Gallery, New York label affixed to back. Housed in its original mahogany ogee and gilt frame. PROVENANCE: From a Hastings on the Hudson home. SIZE: 30” x 27-1/4”. CONDITION: Restored, very good. 9-96324 (1,500-2,500)


OUTSTANDING PAIR OF HAND PAINTED LARGE FROSTED GLASS VASES. Each vase decorated with colorful blue, yellow and green birds surrounded by red and green flowers and leaves. Birds face each other. Gold rims on a frosted white ground. Base has polished pontil and hour glass shapes with large flaring rim. PROVENANCE: Bill Schwind Antiques. Ex: James Blaine Estate (a smaller but similar pair can be found in the Blaine House, Augusta, Maine) (Governor’s Residence). SIZE: 13-3/4” h. Top is 7-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-96378 (2,000-2,500)


OUTSTANDING FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNTED ONYX TOP STAND. The colorful square onyx top having brass decorative gallery over a frieze containing a spring loaded drawer and decorative flower and mother of pearl inlays. Four tapered square legs ending in brass ball and claw feet. Brass line inlay, ormolu capitols, upstretched four-part stretcher with central brass finial. SIZE: 33-3/4” h x 15-1/4” sq. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96257 (400-600)


MAHOGANY ORMOLU MOUNTED SWAN CARVED FRENCH DAY BED. Sleigh bed style form with front facing swan neck scrolls atop a mahogany rectangle having decorative ormolu urn. Facing front railing has matched mahogany veneers with central ormolu mount of two angels with swag. Set in spring cushion and four cylinder pillows in red silk present. Red cushion covering, no interior. PROVENANCE: From a Houlton, Maine Estate. SIZE: 34-3/4” h x 79” at widest x 29” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96243 (1,500-2,500)


OUTSTANDING FRENCH BRONZE, GLASS AND ORMOLU TABLE LAMP. French Empire style has grape decorated bronze base with round marble plinth holding a bronze of two scantily clad ladies holding a gilt bronze cornucopia which holds a large clear glass font. Bronze is unsigned. Electrified with two light bulb fixtures. SIZE: Total is 43” h. Bronze is 12” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96156 (1,000-1,500)


PAUL EMILE LEON PERBOYRE (French, 1851-1929) BACK FROM THE HUNT. Outstanding oil on canvas fox hunting scene shows five riders on horseback and two dogs. They are coming towards viewer on a dirt road. Front two include a young woman in black attire riding side saddle on a brown horse. Next to her is a man with black hat, red coat and holds large horn across his chest. Two hunting dogs follow beside. Signed lower left “Perboyre”. Late fall woodland scene behind. Housed in its original fancy gilt wood carved frame with inner gilt liner and glass. The center stretcher has a “Moirinat, Paris” label and stencil. Also “Albany Art Gallery” label affixed to top of frame. SIZE: 15” x 18-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96546 (4,000-5,000)


CHARLES H. CAMOIN (French, 1879-1965) SEATED NUDE. Oil on canvas mounted on board scene shows young nude woman seated on brown cloth covered stand. Hands crossed at knee, colorful hair ribbon in hair. Greenish/blue background. Signed at side of stand “Ch. Camoin”. Housed in a gilt thin wood frame with linen and white matte. Label on back from Tajan, Paris. SIGHT SIZE: 23-1/4” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96552 (5,000-10,000)


MODERN PERSIAN HERIZ ORIENTAL RUG. Colors of blue, red and ivory. SIZE: 11’3” x 7’8”. CONDITION: Like new. 9-96114 (600-1,000)


DIMINUTIVE MAHOGANY THREE-DRAWER ANTIQUE CHEST. Applied bracket front with shaped apron and ripple carving. Three mahogany veneered front drawers with brass pulls. SIZE: 29” h x case size 28” x 16-1/2”. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-96297 (500-800)


MAHOGANY INLAID KNIFE BOX. Chippendale form with banded inlay to edges, slant lid opens to reveal a twelve slot interior. SIZE: 14-1/2” h x 9-1/4” w x 10” d. CONDITION: Some small veneer repairs and missing pieces. Repair to backboard. 9-96387 (400-600)


FINE MOLDED COPPER RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE. American, 19th Century. Flattened full body form, flowing molded tail and mounted on copper rod. Complete with original directionals. Wonderful old verdigris patina. SIZE: 30-1/2” l. CONDITION: Three bullet holes, very good. 9-96821 (1,800-2,800)


OUTSTANDING FOLK ART PICTORIAL HOOKED RUG. Found in Maine, this rectangular rug has a central pot of red flowers and olive and brown colored leaves. Central flower being a closed tulip form flanked by two large red open tulip forms. Two multicolored diamonds in the top corners. Below which is a red and olive green house with front path. The houses are configured in color reverse of each other. Two more squareish diamonds are seen beside the central pot. Multicolored border in blue, gray and green. All with a background of a mottled tan color. 19th Century. A strong colorful important folk art rug. SIZE: 30” x 60”. CONDITION: Very good. In remarkable shape considering its age. Only the slightest of wear to edge. One leaf to right flower may be restored (appears to be a tan yarn). 9-96692 (20,000-30,000)


FOLK ART LION WITH PALM TREE HOOKED RUG. Rectangular hooked rug shows large brown and black lion standing amongst four palm trees against a mottled tan background. Colorful border with red, white and blue shields at corners surrounded by red, blue and green foliate design. Burlap backing to bottom. SIZE: 35” x 61”. CONDITION: Rug has some damage including a 4” sq. hole and some tears. In need of some restoration. Nice colorful rug in a desirable folk art motif. 9-96842 (3,000-4,000)


FINE OXBOW FRONT CHIPPENDALE FOUR DRAWER SLANT LID DESK. The reverse serpentine drawers with end blocking on a molded base supported by well carved ogee feet. Large bat wing brasses with bale handles and matching escutcheon plates appear to be original. Slant lid opens to reveal a fine interior with three fan carvings, six drawers, six cubby holes, two document secret drawers fronted with a carved pilaster. Central door opens to reveal two drawers and open compartment. Appears to be walnut. SIZE: 42-1/2” h x 42-1/4” w x 21-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. Possible lip edge of lid repaired. 9-96301 (9,000-12,000)


DELBERT DANA COOMBS (American, 1850-1938) PORTRAIT OF MAINE GOVERNOR DINGLEY. Large oil on canvas portrait shows Governor Dingley seated in a Victorian wood and upholstered open armchair. He wears a black suit and bow tie and has graying beard and looks toward viewer. In his lap, being held by his hand, is the Tariff Act that he was instrumental in enacting. He sits at a large roll top desk. Signed lower right “D. D. Coombs 1899”. Housed in a signed Newman Macklin Co. frame No. 9142. Governor Nelson Dingley, Jr. (1832-1899) served as Governor of Maine in 1874. He was a member of the State House of Representatives, elected to the 47th Congress and re-elected to the 48th and to the seven succeeding Congresses serving until his death in Washington, D.C. January 13th, 1899. PROVENANCE: Descended directly through the Dingley family to present owner. A very desirable historical painting by one of Maine’s fine artists. SIZE: 50” x 40”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96311 (10,000-20,000)


GEORGE HORNE RUSSELL (Canadian, 1861-1933) PORTRAIT OF MRS. HORNE RUSSELL (ELIZABETH MORRISON RUSSELL). Large oil on canvas portrait shows elegant lady wearing a formal elegant black dress and long strand of pearls. Black sable/mink stole over shoulders. She sits with hands on lap. Dark and light green with blue highlighted background. Signed upper left “G. Horne Russell” and lower left “G. Horne Russell”. Original label affixed to frame from the 49th Spring Exhibition 1932 from the Art Association of Montreal. Outstanding carved wood period gilt frame, which probably was made by the artist who is known for his framing. PROVENANCE: Also exhibited May 1983 at Ross Memorial Museum as #5 portrait. This painting descends directly in the family of the artist. SIZE: 40” x 30”. CONDITION: Near excellent, some craquelure. Framed behind glass. 9-94366 (3,500-5,500)


PERSIAN KASHAN ORIENTAL RUG. Red field with center medallion and flower design. Colors of blue, ivory and red. SIZE: 11’1” x 7’11”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96108 (800-1,200)


ANTIQUE KIRMAN ORIENTAL RUG. All over flower design in pastel colors. SIZE: 6’1” x 2’9”. CONDITION: Consistent low pile in very good condition. 9-96435 (300-500)


FINE MAHOGANY INLAID BOWFRONT SHERATON CHEST. 3/4 reeded side columns extended into turned high legs. Mahogany veneered drawer fronts have decorative line inlay and replaced eagle brasses. Cookie corner top with added conforming glass. PROVENANCE: A coastal Maine Estate. SIZE: 41” h x case 38” w x 18” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96306 (2,500-3,500)


FINE INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT PEMBROKE TABLE. Oval top drop leaf Hepplewhite table has central oval inlay of shell on green background. Decorative light colored 1-1/4” outside band with inner string inlay. Square tapered legs have string inlay on all sides and end in cupped brass castor feet. Bowfront drawer at each end has original crescent shaped hardware with grapevine motif and bale handle. Similar inlays to front. PROVENANCE: From a coastal Maine Estate. SIZE: 28-1/4” h x 38-1/2” d x 21” (closed); 43-3/4” (open). CONDITION: Generally very good. Top shows some use. 9-96563 (2,000-4,000)


CHET RENESON (American, 1934-) PLAYING THE FISH. Wonderful large watercolor shows leaping trout with attached fly and line having fisherman with bent over rod next to a section of covered bridge. Colorful sunset sky. A wonderful rendition of every fisherman’s dream. Housed in a fine gilt carved wood frame with double matte. Signed lower right “Reneson”. This watercolor is being sold to benefit the Maine Wilderness Watershed Trust. SIGHT SIZE: 17-1/2” x 28”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96744 (2,000-4,000)


LEWIS EWER (American, 19th/20th Century) BROOK TROUT. Oil on canvas of a large brook trout, which is lying on a sandy bank. Landscape behind. Signed lower right. Housed in a fine replacement stepped edge molded painted frame with gold edge. 23” trout takes up most of the painting. SIZE: 18” x 30”. CONDITION: Some inpainting, very good condition. 9-96544 (2,500-4,000)


ORIENTAL NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF A TIGER AND DEER. Large tiger attacking a small deer in grass and bamboo field. Done on a silk background with nice colors and detail. Fine oak ogee type frame with gold liner. SIGHT SIZE: 17” x 21-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96445 (400-600)


FINE LARGE ORIENTAL CLOISONNÉ BOTTLE VASE. Goldstone ground with large gray tree having white and pink flowers. An orchid style flower on backside. Blue interior. A fine carved teakwood stand accompanies vase. SIZE: 12-1/2” h. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-96470 (1,000-2,000)


ORIENTAL POLYCHROME DECORATED BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA. Bronze has a gold ground surface decorated with blue and red, black outlined flower print costume. Shows a seated Buddha with arm in front with extended hand. Unknown age, possibly very early. SIZE: 16” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96469 (1,000-2,000)


THREE PART MAHOGANY ANTIQUE SECRETARY (GOVE FAMILY). Removable top cornice with peaked center over an ogee molding. Two glass doors have shaped window top and three drawers below. Bottom section with fold over writing surface, which has inkwell compartments and pen tray, green felt writing surface as is. One long drawer over two cabinets which have ripple molding decoration. Paneled end and nicely cutout base. PROVENANCE: Gove Family house, Newcastle, Maine. A shipbuilding family. SIZE: 83-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96452 (2,000-3,000)


IMPORTANT FEDERAL MAHOGANY MIRROR WITH MEMORIAL TO WASHINGTON. Mahogany Sheraton type mirror with reeded half columns, fine molded cornice, rectangular mirror and reverse painted scene showing woman grieving leaning on a monument inscribed “Washington’s Tomb”. A sailboat is seen on water with a red, white and green sunset. A willow type tree hangs over monument. Gold and black colors. SIZE: 32-1/2” x 18-1/2” w. CONDITION: Missing two small pieces of molding from bottom, otherwise very good. 9-96581 (1,000-2,000)


ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE WINCHESTER II WITH WINCHESTER BOWL. Fine oil on board portrait of the motor yacht Winchester. Boat travels right to left flying American flag off stern, red and white pennant “R” off central mast and blue with red cross and white star flag at bow (New York Yacht Club). Two men at wheel, white hulled boat with three lifeboats and open deck with long white awning. Two stacks at midship. Seagulls are seen off stern. Signed bottom right “Antontio Jacobsen 1910”. There were four yachts named “Winchester” made between 1907 and 1915. Named after Peter Winchester Rouss and the name of the Virginia city from which he came. Housed in an oak molded wood frame with gold liner. Accompanying the painting is a blue rimmed soup bowl with “Winchester” emblazoned on the ivory edge. The bowl is made by John Maddox & Sons of England. SIZE: CONDITION: 22” x 35-3/4”. CONDITION: Some inpainting, mostly in sky. Very good. 9-96699 (12,000-16,000)


PETRUS CORNELIUS WEYTS (Belgian, 1799-1855) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE “ONTARIO”. Outstanding reverse oil on glass portrait of the three-mast clipper ship “Ontario”. The ship sails from right to left in full sail. A small sailboat “Antwerpe No. 2” is off the bow. Antwerpe Harbor with many buildings is seen off stern. The ship hull is black and white with gold “Ontario” lettering. Nine people aboard with one having spy glass, the other at wheel. Large American flag with star is off stern and back mast. Middle mast has large red ship pennant and front mast has star on blue field. Black reverse painted border with gold trim with legend “Ontario of Newcastle, Maine. John Holmes. Comd. Leaving Antwerpe 1846”. “P. Weyts”. Housed in a beaded edge flat mahogany veneer frame. An example of his work on glass can be found at the Altonaer Museum in Hamburg, Germany and the Peabody Museum of Salem has four signed oil paintings. PROVENANCE: Watkins Estate, Darien, CT. SIGHT SIZE: 22” x 29-1/2”. CONDITION: There are some streaked areas of missing paint, which needs restoration. This is primarily in the sky. 9-96592 (8,000-12,000)


FINE FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY LADIES DESK. Circa 1800. In two parts with cove molded top above a frieze outlined with string inlay, which is a secret drawer. Two doors, having column inlay at ends and middle divider, open to reveal four drawers and six cubby holes. Fold over writing surface with replaced green felt. Four graduated applied molded edge drawers having oval original brasses. Carved skirt with line inlay above supported by flaring French feet joined to shaped sides. PROVENANCE: Watkins Estate, Darien, CT. SIZE: 56-1/2” h x case 40-3/4” x 19” d. CONDITION: Minor imperfections, very good. 9-96593 (5,000-8,000)


PERIOD MAHOGANY LOLLING CHAIR. Circa 1800. Rectangular back with curving flat arms supported by upstretched arm supports with carved scroll. H-stretcher with square legs. Legs extended with brass castor feet. Presently upholstered in a blue material. SIZE: 37-1/2” h x 16” seat h; 24” w across seat rail. CONDITION: Legs shortened, new blocking and old repairs. Fabric as is. 9-96298 (3,500-5,000)


CENTENNIAL COPY MAHOGANY LOLLING CHAIR. A match to the previous chair from the same Estate having rectangular back, flat curving arms supported by upstretched arm supports with carved scroll. H-stretcher with square legs. Presently upholstered in a blue material. SIZE: 37-1/2” h x 16-1/2” seat h; 24” w across seat rail. CONDITION: Upholstery as is, otherwise very good. 9-96299 (1,000-1,500)


OUTSTANDING IVORY, SILVER AND WOOD BUGGY WHIP BY SWAINE & ADENEY, LTD. Two part branded “Swaine & Adeney, Ltd. Makers to the King and Queen 185 Piccadilly London”. The top 38-3/4” section has silver knob and ferrule flanking a carved knob shaped 9” shaft of ivory. Ferrule is hallmarked London but worn. Tip has ivory coupling end. End section is 45-1/2” with wrapped end and long whip. Shaft of both sections is a tapering, knob decorated wood piece. CONDITION: Generally very good. Long age cracks to ivory handle and dents to silver. 9-96338 (700-900)


FINE CARVED IVORY/BONE DOG HANDLED CANE. Wood knob decorated shaft has brass end and flat knobbed top which supports a flat based carving of a seated dog with small dog between front legs. Each dog has nice detail and set with glass eyes. SIZE: 38-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96337 (500-1,000)


HUGH MONAHAN (Canadian, 1914-1970) “AFTER THE STORM-CANVAS BACKS RESTLESS”. Large oil on canvas scene shows thirty-one red headed white bodied ducks flying over a sunlit body of water with low hills behind. Signed lower right “H Monahan”. Housed in a painted oak molded wood frame. Titled on reverse on stretcher. SIZE: 22” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96670 (1,500-2,500)


HUGH MONAHAN (Canadian, 1914-1970) “THE DESERTED ISLANDS GREEN LANDERS LANDING NEAR THE RUINS”. Oil on canvas scene shows thirteen yellow billed ducks coming in to land in a small marshy area near a ruined building. Mountains are seen in background. Late afternoon scene with sky changing color. Signed lower right “H Monahan”. Housed in a weathered painted gray frame with white liner. Title on gallery label and on reverse of canvas. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96669 (3,000-4,000)


OUTSTANDING AND RARE LIFE SIZE ZINC GARDEN STATUE OF A RECLINING POINTER BY JANES, KIRTLAND & CO. Pointer lies on cast iron rectangular base with one leg draped over the end. Illustrated No. 73 in the Ornamental Ironwork Cataloged Janes, Kirtland & Co. 1870. SIZE: Pointer 16-1/4” x 27” l. Base is 3” h x 16” w x 26-1/2” l. CONDITION: Generally very good. Some repairs at welds. 9-96161 (12,500-17,500)


ZINC LITTLE GIRL GARDEN STATUE. Young girl with bonnet has hands down at dress. She stands on stepped cut corner base. SIZE: 22” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96780 (400-600)


ALEXANDER POPE (American, 1849-1924) PORTRAIT OF A DOG. White long hair dog wearing blue ribbon sits atop table in studio with red curtain backdrop. Signed “A. Pope”. Housed in its original antique gesso decorated frame with double gold liner. SIZE: 10” x 12”. CONDITION: Some restoration, relined in very good condition. 9-96911 (4,000-8,000)


JOHN HENRY DOLPH (American, 1835-1903) BEST FRIENDS. Oil on board of two dogs from shoulders up. One looking right with collar, other is a black and white dog looking at viewer. Signed lower left “J. H. Dolph”. Housed in an antique regilt wood frame. SIZE: 10” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good, some inpainting. 9-96914 (2,500-3,500)


FINE INLAID TWO PART MAHOGANY FEDERAL DINING TABLE. Each D-shaped section has long drop leaf, wide skirt with banded inlaid edge. Each with four tapered legs with banded inlay at ankles and tapering to a point. SIZE: 29” h x 8” w. Each D-section is 23-1/2”; 80-1/2” (open). CONDITION: Very good. 9-96694 (4,000-6,000)


FINE HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE CARD TABLE. Square tapered legs have line inlay with bellflower type inlay at top of legs. Each leg has oval patera inlay at skirt. Line inlaid burl type panels. SIZE: 28-1/4” h x 37-3/4” w x 19-1/4” d. CONDITION: Refinished top, very good. Chips off bottom of right back leg. 9-96565 (3,000-5,000)


OUTSTANDING SIX-PIECE STERLING TEA SET BY SHREVE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Set consists of 14” h tea kettle on stand marked “5 pints”; 7” teapot marked “3 pints”; 5” teapot marked “3 pints”; 3-3/4” creamer; 4” covered sugar and 3-1/2” waste bowl. All marked pattern “5200”. Gold wash interior to creamer, waste bowl and sugar bowl. Not monogrammed. Set is in squashed melon form having a decorative flower finial. Each piece having four scroll feet and decorative rims. WEIGHT: 190 Tr oz. CONDITION: One teapot lid has a few very small dings, otherwise near excellent. 9-96171 (3,000-5,000)


FIVE PIECE TIFFANY STERLING DRESSER SET. Repousse flower pattern set includes: 1) 7-1/4” hair comb marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling”. 2) 6” sterling handled nail file marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling”. 3) 8-1/2” brush marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling”. 4) 10” hand mirror marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling”. 5) 7” clothes brush marked “Tiffany & Co.”. Along with a similar 7” brush marked “Gorham Sterling 419”. CONDITION: Hand mirror has oval beveled glass, which has 1” break to edge. Otherwise very good. 9-96617 (1,600-2,000)


FINE STERLING AND GLASS HIP FLASK BY GORHAM. The all over silver overlaid clear glass flask has two shaped side windows on each side. Hinged lid. Signed on bottom and No. D414 1/2 pt”. Flower engraved with central monogram. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 3-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93613 (600-1,000)


PAIR OF TALL SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Hallmarked with a “12” and a running animal. Probably .750 fineness, Austrian. Fancy candlesticks are stamped silver construction and very light. WEIGHT: 21 tr. oz. SIZE: 13-1/2” h. CONDITION: Generally good. Some dents. 9-96281 (200-400)


MAHOGANY TILT TOP OVAL BREAKFAST TABLE. Large oval top with molded edge supported by a large turned post with four outstretching legs ending in brass claw and castor feet. Top has wonderful grain surface with old finish. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 49-3/4” w x 37” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96658 (2,000-3,000)


FINE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Back has wonderful scroll and diamond carved splat, two tapering stiles supporting a well carved crest. Front cabriole legs ending in carved trifid feet with carved leaf at knees. A small shell carving at center of straight seat rail. 18th Century. Possibly Irish. Slip seat has needlework covering with decorative upholstery tags. SIZE: 37-1/2” h x 19” seat h. CONDITION: Some repairs, very good condition. 9-96455 (1,000-2,000)


JAMES AMOS PORTER (American, 1905-1970) “HAITIAN DANCERS”. Unframed important mixed media/oil on canvas abstract modern scene shows three colorful dancers against a textured sand finish covered canvas. Signed lower right “Porter”. Label affixed to center stretcher “Societe D’Exploitation Des Ets Pottier, Paris” with pencil inscription “De La Raucheraye? Galerie House-New York”. Titled on top back stretcher. Also round canvas stamp and stamp to stretcher which appear to be import stamps. Large string tag affixed to top right of back stretcher from Portovault Day & Meyer, New York Wharehouses with WP Chrysler labels affixed. Item No. 2316. Printed No. 10624. Label indicates that this was in Chrysler’s storage unit and whether it was part of his displayed collection, we are not sure. James Porter was one of America’s important African-American artists and authored Modern Negro Art (1943 the first history of African-American art). His next exhibition will be “The Art of James A. Porter” at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington February, 2004. SIZE: 48” x 40”. CONDITION: Original canvas. There are several chips to the sand finish, approximately 7 that are easily seen. Otherwise appears to be in good condition. 9-96762 (6,000-10,000)


ATTRIBUTED TO EDWIN AUGUSTUS HARLESTON (American, 1882-1931) “COUNTING THE BLESSINGS”. Pencil signed and titled on back of canvas. Oil on canvas scene shows African-American older man and woman sitting at table with stacked money atop. Gentleman is counting on his fingers while wife holds dish towel and wears apron and hair scarf. Interior scene shows wall with grated window and hanging mirror. Other table articles on table. 19th/20th Century. Housed in what may be its original gesso decorated gilt frame (some gesso loss). SIZE: 16” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96773 (5,000-8,000)


OUTSTANDING EARLY BARREL BACK PINE ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid-Atlantic region. One-piece with top section having three shelves with plate groove. Domed opening flanked by flat reeded columns. Top cornice with decorative dental molding and carved frieze. Remnants of old blue and red paint. Bottom section with two paneled doors which open to reveal one shelf. Applied bracket base with good cutouts. SIZE: 84” h x 52” across front x 17-3/4” shelf depth. CONDITION: Very good. 9-95482 (7,000-9,000)


FINE HANDLED OVOID REDWARE JUG. Orange brown glaze. Nice form with strap like handle. Incised line at shoulder. SIZE: 11” h. CONDITION: Generally very good. There are some chips to the unglazed parts of the base and 1-1/2” x 1/2” area of unglazed pottery on side. 9-96853 (400-600)


HANDLED OVOID REDWARE MUG. Nice glaze with dark brown spot and streaks on a reddish background. Small C-shaped handle, two incised lines at neck and on handle. SIZE: 6” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96857 (300-500)


SLIP DECORATED REDWARE BOWL. Bowl has molded rim on a sloping bowl side. A curving slip line flanked by three circles on each side. SIZE: 3-1/2” h x 10-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96858 (300-500)


THREE PART HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Two D-shaped ends having four legs each with inlaid dark band to edge of skirt and crossing legs. Center section has one long leaf and additional separated wide leaf. SIZE: 29” h x 48” w x D ends are 24” d each. Drop leaf has 22” top with 23-1/2” leaf. 108” total l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96560 (3,000-5,000)


ORIENTAL EXPORT LOWESTOFT PLATE WITH MARRIAGE SCENE. 18th/19th Century black and sepia scene shows a marriage ceremony in a church alcove. Two family crests are at the top of columns. Center phrase “Semper Amor Pro Te Birmissimus Atque Fidelis”. Marriage couple is surrounded by angels and women. Gold pattern border. SIZE: 9” dia. CONDITION: Only minor wear to decoration, generally very good. 9-96354 (300-500)


ORIENTAL EXPORT PLATE WITH SHIP. Early three-mast ship flies American flag on a green sea. Blue and gold border with an inner leaf border. Shaped rim. SIZE: 7-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96350 (200-400)


ORIENTAL EXPORT LARGE CUP AND SAUCER. Each with spread wing eagle and shield. Fancy inside rim border with an outside dart border. Shaped top. SIZE: Saucer is 1-1/2” h x 6” dia. Handless cup is 2-1/4” h x 4-1/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96358 (300-500)


OUTSTANDING CHINA TRADE CAMPHOR WOOD CAMPAIGN CHEST. Of two parts mounted with large brass side handles. Top section with pullout center desk, one deep drawer, two small drawers flanking and half drawers below. Bottom section with two long drawers. All resting on turned short legs. Fine brass recessed hardware. Outstanding figure to all wood. Interior of desk is refitted with gold decorated leather insert on a fold out writing surface and one segmented drawer. SIZE: 42-1/2” h x 44” w x 18-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96829 (10,000-12,000)


CASED CARVED IVORY ORIENTAL CARD HOLDER. Two part intricately carved ivory case has scenes of village, people and landscape. Pierce and relief carved. Housed in its original velvet lined velour case monogrammed “MR”. Late 19th Century. SIZE: 4-1/4” h x 2-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. Case has some deterioration. 9-96332 (200-400)


CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD SHIP DIORAMA. Three mast ship shown in full sails with white hull and white sails. Sailing left to right, it has two small boats off its bow and lighthouse. Blue painted interior and mahogany framed front. SIZE: 16-1/2” h x 27-1/2” w x 8” d. CONDITION: Structurally sound. Paint has flaked and remains on bottom of box. In need of paint restoration. 9-96390 (300-500)


EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “ROCK AT BASS ROCKS”. Fine oil on board scene shows the Bass Rock section of Gloucester, Mass looking across rocks to a blue ocean with lobster boat. Signed lower right. Titled and signed on back and dated “1960”. SIZE: 16” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96117 (6,000-8,000)


EMILE A. GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “FIRST LIGHT GLOUCESTER HARBOR”. Oil on board scene shows morning light on Gloucester Harbor with several boats docked next to wharfs. Signed bottom right. Titled and signed on back in artists’ hand. Housed in a painted molded wood frame. SIZE: 20” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96750 (4,000-6,000)


EMILE A GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) STUDY OF A LOBSTERMAN. Oil on board scene shows lobsterman seated on keg on wharf mending the net on a lobster trap. Bluish/gray background shows several boats and buildings. Unsigned but written on back “Study by My father, Authenticated by Robert Gruppe” in his hand. This figure is seen in several of Gruppe’s paintings. Housed in a gesso decorated bronze gilt wood frame. SIZE: 16” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96759 (4,000-6,000)


EMILE A. GRUPPE (1896-1978) SNOW BANKED STREAM. Oil on board scene shows mid-winter snow banked stream with some ice formed. Sunlit shows across left snow with dark woods. Signed lower right. Housed in a fine carved gilt double frame. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96816 (2,500-3,500)


EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “EARLY MORNING”. Oil on canvas scene shows several small boats tied to two wharfs with larger fishing boats in distance. Interesting green reflections are seen in water and mustard colored folded sails. Housed in a replacement gilt frame with rope type inner border. Pencil artist and titled on reverse. REFERENCE: A similar painting in scene, period, title and size that is unsigned is illustrated in Brush Work by Emile Gruppe and Charles Movalli on page 33. SIZE: 20” x 18”. CONDITION: Touched up with inpainting, very good. 9-96973 (3,000-5,000)


EMILE ALBERT. GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “AT THE WHARF, GLOUCESTER”. Oil on canvas scene shows fishing boat with green hull moored to wharf with harbor and buildings and other boats. Housed in a fine gesso decorated gilt reproduction frame. SIZE: 12” x 15”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96554 (1,500-2,500)


THREE PIECE FRENCH STYLE CANE SEAT AND CARVED MAHOGANY PARLOR SET. Set consists of two seat settee, armchair and side chair. Leaf carved crest having central carved roses and pineapple finials. Caned back as well as caned seat. Shaped seat rail with gadrooned edging, nicely carved arms. Tapering reeded legs and back stiles. SIZE: Armchair and settee are 37-3/4” h x 17” seat h. Settee is 42” w. Side chair is 34-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96423 (1,000-2,000)


EDWARD BERGE (American, 1876-1924) “WILD FLOWER”. Fabulous large bronze of a wood elf. The small nude boy with flower petal hat stands on naturalistic base with arms at side and hands out. Signed on base “Roman Bronze Works” also “Berge”. SIZE: 43” h. CONDITION: Fantastic verdigris patina, very good. 9-96148 (10,000-15,000)


FINE GLASS AND BRASS BANQUET LAMP. Polished brass font rests in pierced brass frame with bulbous glass post supported by a brass base. Electrified. Frosted ball shade with clear chimney. SIZE: 31” h (with chimney). CONDITION: Very good. 9-96167 (300-500)


PAIR OF FRENCH EMPIRE BRONZE STYLE TABLE LAMPS. Central column shaft with black and brass patination. Rest on stepped square plinth with attached decorative elements of woman’s profile, lyre and Roman bust. SIZE: 39-1/2” to top of finial. CONDITION: One lamp has new fixtures. Other lamp needs one new fixture. 9-96464 (500-800)


OUTSTANDING PAIR OF CAST IRON AND BRONZE CLASSICAL EWERS. A fine pair having central band in cast iron of classical scene with cherubs and goddess. Large figural handle has seated putti with bird and grapevine ending in a rams head at body. Elsewhere are vines and grape leaves. Round base. Unmarked. Top quality. SIZE: 21-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-95974 (600-800)


FINE SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN ORIENTAL RUG. Red field with all over flower pattern with multiple borders. Colors of red, blue and ivory. PROVENANCE: From a local Maine estate. SIZE: 19’10” x 10’4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93600 (3,500-5,000)


UNSIGNED (English, 19th Century) GAINSBORO STYLE PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Large portrait shows young woman seated holding apple in lap. She wears a blue and white dress with brown shawl. Extended hairstyle with long locks. Landscape background with blue and cloudy sky. Housed in a replaced modern wood frame with reeded edge. PROVENANCE: History from consignor indicated this was owned by David E. Baum, son of Walter Baum (PA artist). SIGHT SIZE: 49” x 39”. CONDITION: Restored in very good condition. 9-96399 (3,000-5,000)


17TH CENTURY OAK CARVED GREAT TABLE. Refectory type with boldly carved block and turned legs supported by a box stretcher. The skirt carved with leaf carved lunettes with full scrolled returns at legs. Multi-board top is a 19th Century replacement. SIZE: 30-1/2” h x 78” w x 31-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. One return missing, some repair. 9-96521 (6,000-10,000)


SET OF ELEVEN EUROPEAN STYLE DINING CHAIRS. Early form with plank seats having carved square stiles and pierce carved horizontal splat. Square legs with side stretchers and carved flat front stretcher. Appropriate chairs for one of the refectory tables. SIZE: 39” h x 17-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Generally good. Some imperfections and repairs. 9-96422 (1,000-1,500)


GUY C. WIGGINS (American, 1883-1962) MEDITERRANEAN BEACH SCENE. Oil on canvas on board shows crescent shape beach lined with red tile roofed stucco houses, sandy beach with people under colorful umbrellas. Two small boats are seen aground. Signed bottom center “Guy Wiggins”. Housed in a fine gilt molded wood replacement frame. SIGHT SIZE: 13” x 17”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96116 (8,000-12,000)


GUY CARLETON WIGGINS (American, 1883-1962) NEW YORK CITY STREET SCENE. Oil on masonite scene shows snow falling over New York City street lined by buildings. Two people huddle under red umbrella in center of street and man walks in foreground. Yellow car and people on left side. Buildings in red brick and blackish/blue. Signed lower right “Guy Wiggins”. Housed in a painted wood frame possibly decorated by Wiggins. Back of masonite has square area of paint with incised writing “Guy Wiggins N.Y.C.”. SIZE: 20-1/2” x 21-1/4”. CONDITION: Good. 9-94250 (10,000-14,000)


GUY CARLETON WIGGINS (American, 1883-1962) NEW YORK SNOW SCENE. Probably Fifth Avenue scene. Oil on board. Signed on front. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96967 (6,000-8,000)


ENGLISH QUEEN ANNE DEMILUNE SIDE TABLE WITH FOLD OVER TOP. Card table form having three fixed long cabriole legs with pad feet and one swing out leg which supports the fold over top. An interesting feature is the compartment that is accessed by the top lifting on back hinges. A nice multi-use table in varying forms. SIZE: 29” h x 27” w x 13-1/4” d (closed); 26-1/2” (open). CONDITION: Old repair to top and front top of leg. Otherwise good. 9-96305 (1,200-1,800)


FINE CARVED MAHOGANY QUEEN ANNE MIRROR. Top crest scroll carved with gilt round shell with vine. Scrolled ears and bottom carved crest. Bevel edged mirror having molded frame with gold liner. SIZE: 37-1/2” h x 20” w. CONDITION: Very good. Some old repair. 9-96419 (1,000-2,000)


FINE PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER BY HANNAH STICKNEY JOHNSON. Multiple alphabet lines verse as follows “Piety and virtue are particularly graceful and becoming in youth. Born August 12 1814 Age 12 years”. Pictures of trees, flower pots, owl, bird, deer and animals. Strawberry type border. Information on back indicates she married Charles Megquier June 9, 1842. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/4” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Generally good. Right top quadrant border has frayed edge. Glass cracked. 9-96100 (800-1,200)


FINE REGENCY THREE TIER MUSIC STAND. Top has small leaf with molded edge, thin top lifts to angle and has adjustable support for holding music. One dovetailed drawer mounted with brass handle. Two shaped shelves with gallery edges supported by ring and baluster turned supports. Pullout slide just under top. Short turned legs with brass castor feet. SIZE: 31-1/2” h x top size 17” x 21-1/2”. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-96823 (2,500-3,000)


OUTSTANDING QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY UPHOLSTERED SETTEE. Rectangular back with straight crest, half scroll type upholstered arms, six legs with the front being cabriole form with pad feet. Scroll carved knees, finely turned block and turned multiple stretcher base. Presently upholstered in a flower and stripe blue and cream fabric. SIZE: 41” h x 52” across front seat rail x 18” seat h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96698 (6,000-8,000)


UNSIGNED (English, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF MOTHER AND TWO CHILDREN. Outstanding large oil on canvas portrait shows young mother with black curly hair, black dress with red ribbon at neck supporting diamond shaped pearl pin. She holds young child on lap who is holding onto one of the shoes that is missing from foot. Outfitted in a blue dress. The other child stands wearing white dress with blue ribbons. Left side looks out window with landscape, right side has red curtain. Housed in a fabulous French style gesso decorated large frame. SIZE: 40” w x 50” h. CONDITION: Old relining with some restoration. Very good. 9-96397 (4,000-8,000)


FRANCOIS GALL (French, 1912-1987) FINAL TOUCHES. A young Parisian girl sits at vanity with pitcher of red roses. She is putting the final touches to her hairdo. Nice room interior. She wears a red jacket over a white blouse. Signed lower right “R. Gall, Paris”. With the painting comes a gift card from Mr. & Mrs. Francois Gall. Housed in a fine carved gesso decorated frame with painted liner. NOTE: This painting is being sold to benefit Jobs Unlimited Inc., a non-profit organization providing vocational services to adults with serious mental illness. SIZE: 10-1/2” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96979 (3,000-5,000)


JAMES CLARK (British, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A PRIZE BULL. Oil on board shows large brown steer facing right in pasture landscape. Signed lower right “J. Clark”. Housed in a reproduction birdseye maple and gilt lined frame. On back is a pencil sketch of the same scene. SIZE: 19-1/2” x 24-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96861 (4,000-6,000)


JOHN VINE OF COLCHESTER (British, 1809-1867) HOLDERNESS CATTLE IN A LANDSCAPE. Large oil on canvas scene shows three large brown and white cattle. One drinking from small stream, two standing head to head in front of barn type building. Sun shined through opening in cloudy sky which shows a blue sky. Signed lower right “J. Vine”. Housed in an antique birdseye maple ogee type frame with gold liner. SIZE: 24-1/2” x 39”. CONDITION: Some minor inpainting, light vertical scratch, relined. Otherwise, very good. 9-96862 (6,000-8,000)


OUTSTANDING SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARVED DINING CHAIRS. 18th Century comprising two arm and six side chairs. Each serpentine cresting rail flanked by foliate tip ears above an open work carved splat carved with ribbon C-scrolls and tassel. Straight front seat raised on straight carved trapezoid shaped legs joined by plain stretchers. Wonderful out curving carved arms with scroll ends and curving arm supports. Legs have flower carved returns and carving to front and side including vine foliate carving and carved area to bottom of legs. Upholstered in cream leather seats. A stunning set with fine carved detail. SIZE: 38” h x 18” seat h x 23-1/2” across seat rail. CONDITION: Old but not original finish, some repairs to backsplats, leather seats as is. Otherwise very good. 9-96924 (25,000-35,000)


OUTSTANDING 19TH CENTURY ORNATELY CARVED GILT OVAL MIRROR. Large oval mirror has molded gilt mahogany frame decorated with a wreath of small flowers. The outside of the oval frame has a 5” pierced carved and gilt decorative surround with carved shell at bottom. First half of the 19th Century. A magnificent large mirror. PROVENANCE: Originally from an Ellsworth, Maine Estate and came with a custom crate for moving. SIZE: 48” h x 40” w. CONDITION: Very good. Some very minor gold rubbing. 9-95494 (4,500-6,500)


WLADYSLAW SZERNER (Polish, 19th Century) STOPPING FOR A CONVERSATION. Fine oil on canvas scene shows Cossack in full regalia atop brown horse talking to a woman who is standing in the shadow of the horse, well outfitted for the cold weather. It is a winter scene with snow on the ground and snow on the rooftops of the houses that line the street. Signed lower left. Housed in a bronze gilt molded wood replacement frame with a Philadelphia Galleries partial label. A well detailed painting by an outstanding artist. We can not determine whether this is Sr. or Jr. SIZE: 16-1/2” x 13-1/2”. CONDITION: Craquelure, very good. Minor old restoration with one patch. 9-96530 (4,000-8,000)


FINE TWO OVER THREE DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY CHEST. Wood turned knobs, cockbeaded drawers, French flaring feet with carved skirt. SIZE: 41-1/2” h x case 42” w x 18-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96417 (1,000-1,500)


ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (American, 1917-) “FOG BELL”. Framed collotype limited edition, signed in plate and below “Andrew Wyeth”. Scene shows a pointed lighthouse building with large bronze bell attached to side. 1978 Edition of 250. Housed in a wonderful paint decorated frame with double matte. SIGHT SIZE: Image is 27-1/4” x 18-3/4”. SIGHT SIZE: Within matte is 29-1/2” x 18-3/4”. CONDITION: Repair to spider tear in building. Otherwise very good. 9-96701 (6,000-8,000)


HENRIETTE WYETH (American, 1907-1977) PORTRAIT OF PETER HURD. Portrait shows man with black turtleneck and purple hooded sweatshirt. Interior background with blocked architectural features. Unframed. Signed lower right. Peter Hurd was Henriette’s husband and Henriette is sister to Andrew Wyeth. SIZE: 20” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96761 (2,000-3,000)


PETER HURD (American, 1904-1984) “FIRST SKETCH FOR BA? AT NORTH SPRING RIVER 1915”. Watercolor scene shows six people in river with large crowd on bank. Man on horse and wagon is seen behind. Open plain with large mountain in background. Western scene. Signed and inscribed at bottom left. Housed in a silvered gilt carved frame with double green matte. Peter Hurd married Henriette Wyeth who was daughter of N.C. and sister of Andrew and lived in NM. SIGHT SIZE: 7-1/4” h x 10-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. (2,000-3,000)


BIRCH FOUR DRAWER SLANT LID CHIPPENDALE DESK. Dovetailed case and drawers, four graduating drawers have what appear to be original hardware. Some figuring to the drawers. Nice cutout bracket base. Straight front interior with ten drawers and four cubbyholes. SIZE: 43” h x case 37-1/2” x 18-1/2” d. CONDITION: Refinished, very good. Some repair to bracket base. 9-96302 (3,000-5,000)


FINE NEW HAMPSHIRE GRANDMOTHER CLOCK. Painted dial having brass works and fine mahogany case. Hood with pierced crest, eagle central finial flanked by urn finials. Round columns and shaped sidelights. Clock has one winding hole at 2:00 o’clock. Waisted case has quarter columns with brass capitols. French style flared feet with shaped apron. Brass banjo movement marked 368, possibly Derry – New Hampshire. SIZE: 51” h to top of finial. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96824 (6,500-7,500)


INLAID DIMINUTIVE MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD. First quarter of the 19th C. All over light inlay banding on drawers and top. Line inlay to legs and skirt. Stepped rectangular top over a frieze containing side by side drawers over single drawers with carved shaped central skirt. Rectangular tapering legs ending in castor feet. Replaced brass hardware. PROVENANCE: From a coastal Maine Estate. SIZE: 31-1/4” h x top size 42-1/2” x 19”. CONDITION: Generally good with minor imperfections. 9-96562 (1,500-2,500)


GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND WITH MATCHING RIBBED BOTTLES. Hallmarked London 1799/1800. Silver frame has monogrammed “S”, oval boat shaped with pierce side and chase decoration. Wood base resting on four scroll type legs. Center tapered carrying handle and bottle divider. Five clear glass bottles having silver and glass tops. Two bottles are marked WS? with London hallmark and date letter “D”. Other three bottles are marked with Birmingham hallmarks and dated later. SIZE: 8-1/4’ h x 5-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96170 (1,000-2,000)


ENGLISH HANDLED RETICULATED STERLING BASKET. Swing handle with pierced side and flat rim decorated with flowers. Three legible hallmarks to base include Lion passant, leopard king crown and makers mark “TS” in script. SIZE: Including handle is 4-1/2” h x 5-3/4” x 4-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96169 (400-600)


IRISH STERLING THREE-FOOTED SUGAR BOWL. Notched flat rim, rounded bottom bowl supported by three hoof foot legs attached to bowl with scallop shells. Grape vine decoration with bird above legs. Flower decoration to the flat rim. Four hallmarks are worn including harp crowned and hibernia. SIZE: 2-3/4” h x 5” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96168 (400-600)


ALFRED T. BRICHER (American, 1837-1908) SUNSET OVER TRANQUIL BEACH. Oil on canvas beach scene shows several waves breaking onto shallow water. Seagulls fly over wave tops and distant ships can be seen. Colorful sky in oranges, pinks and yellows. Signed lower left with conjoined first initials “AT Bricher”. Housed in a period gesso decorated frame. Back of stretcher marked “AT Bricher” and number “451”. SIZE: 14” x 22”. CONDITION: Some inpainting, very good. 9-96767 (8,000-10,000)


FRANCIS A. SILVA (American, 1835-1886) SAILBOATS OFF ROCKY COAST. Oil on panel shows four sailboats in tranquil ocean off shoreline with beach and large rocky areas. Mountains in background. Small wave comes into a beach area having small rowboat. Housed in an antique gesso decorated lemon gold frame. Signed “F.A. Silva” bottom right. SIZE: 6-3/4” x 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96756 (12,500-17,500)


WILLIAM JAMES GLACKENS (American, 1870-1938) THE LONE ROWBOAT. Colorful watercolor shows rowboat next to pier with small lighthouse. Another small lighthouse is seen in river with mountains beyond. Bluish/green water with reflections of boat in water. Signed center bottom “W. Glackens”. Housed in a fine replacement ripple edge gilt frame with light green linen matte and inner gilt ripple frame. SIZE: 9-1/2” x 11-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96764 (4,000-6,000)


FINE SHERATON MAHOGANY SEWING STAND. Square central stand with two semicircular sides having lift top half storage area. One side has two dovetailed drawers. Other side a faux drawers. The bottom half has a slide through tambor style sided work basket. This is accessed on either side. Raised on four reeded legs terminating in cupped brass castor feet. New York or Philadelphia. Circa 1810-1820. SIZE: 31” h x 25-1/2” w x 14-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. Some minor imperfections. 9-96845 (8,500-10,000)


PAIR OF OUTSTANDING EARLY 19TH CENTURY PAINTED WINDOW SHADES. Identical motif of oriental influenced building with front landscape lawn having fountain. Blue sky with sunrise. Shade is bordered by colorful rust and blue trees. SIZE: 55” h x 35” w. CONDITION: Remarkably good. Some minor imperfections. 9-94042 (400-600)


EARLY NEAR EASTERN STORAGE BOX. Hinged lid rectangular box has all over brass decoration. Off set strap hinges, side handles. Rosewood construction. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 17-1/2” w x 9-1/2” d. CONDITION: Good. Some decorative brass elements damages. 9-96518 (300-400)


FINE PORCELAIN GROUP FIGURE. Blue mark to side with crown over a large N. Figurine shows a man bringing basket of flowers and note to young lady who is seated next to stump. Colorful dress and nice naturalistic surrounding. Oval base with gold band around rim. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Restored foot, one small branch missing , two fingers missing, otherwise very good. 9-96639 (1,600-2,000)


FINE PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP OF DANCERS. Large size shows woman and man in costume with feet pointed and touching each other in curtsy. Fancy frilled dress and handsome gentleman’s outfit. Oval base with painted floor adorned with flowers. Crown with stylized N blue mark to side. Probably Dresden. SIZE: 11-1/2” h x 12” l x 6-1/2” d. CONDITION: Thumb missing from woman, otherwise very good. 9-96640 (1,750-2,250)


PAIR OF MEISSEN FIGURINES. Figure of man holding basket over shoulder and basket in hand wearing blue outfit. The other a woman with apron full of flowers and flowers in hand. Blue sword mark to base. SIZE: 8” h. CONDITION: Man has restoration to hand and basket handles. Otherwise good. 9-96637 (600-800)


OUTSTANDING ROUEN FAIENCE PORCELAIN WALL MIRROR. 18th Century. Rectangular mirror has fabulous porcelain frame. On white ground are painted flowers and face mask bottom crest. Molded foliate form with large central 13” leaf crest. Two painted wood drop pendants to bottom. Frame was made in sections and has bright color flower decoration. Small beetles can be seen on bottom crest. SIZE: 50” h x 32” w. CONDITION: Some old repairs, generally in very good condition. 9-96491 (3,000-4,000)


LOUIS (LUDWIG) NEUSTATTER (German, 1829-1899) THE PLAY BILL. Outstanding oil on wood panel scene shows father and two children standing on cobble walk reading theater broadside. Extremely fine detail indicating it’s the “Thalia – Theater”. Also five other broadsides are seen on a stucco wall. The young girl holds red umbrella under arm, the boy a large pair of boots and the father has a porcelain pipe. All are finely and colorfully dressed. Signed on side of cobblestone “L. Neustatter 1880”. Housed in a bronze gilt replacement frame. Partial Philadelphia Galleries label on back. Panel has stencil stamp “Brugger, Munchen”. SIZE: 17-1/4” x 12-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96529 (6,000-10,000)


ALBERTO PASINI (Italian, 1826-1899) THE MEETING. Outstanding oil on panel scene shows three men and three horses in tropical landscape. Southern Mediterranean scene, possibly North African/Persian. One man wearing head scarf and robe sits atop a black horse and is holding Persian type long rifle. Man with red robe with small gun at waist wearing red fez stands beside brown horse. Another man in similar costume sits atop gray horse and holds long lance. They are in a small clearing with water on the left and palm trees on the right and mountain background. Signed lower left “A. Pasini”. Housed in a gilt frame liner. SIZE: 7” x 13”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96545 (8,000-12,000)


OUTSTANDING 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN ROCOCO COMMODE. Walnut chest has two shaped front drawers conforming top with conforming apron having carved edge. Fabulous decorated large brasses have urn and profiles with matching escutcheon. Cabriole legs ending in an upturned scroll feet on pads. Shaped molded edge panels to side with shaped skirt. SIZE: 35” h x case 34-1/2” w x 22” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96825 (18,000-20,000)


OUTSTANDING PAIR OF OLD PARIS DECORATED MANTEL VASES. Each with an oval hand painted portrait of a young woman seated in front of a landscape. One shows girl with red dress in blue chair. Other shows blue and gold dress on red sofa. The vase has leaf and acorn shapes. Side flowers and large oval bases. Gilt decoration throughout. SIZE: 15” h x 14” w. CONDITION: Very good. Some minor gold loss. 9-96817 (800-1,200)


LARGE ORIENTAL PORCELAIN CHARGER. Center peacock eye type flowers in a rust and blue circle surrounded by a wide band showing horses in landscape with trees, birds and flowers. Colors of blue, green, rust and white. Back decorated with rolled scrolls and branches. SIZE: 18-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96468 (1,000-1,500)


FINE ORIENTAL BRONZE VASE. Vase has relief decorated man and crane. Vase has three midpoint legs with open center resting on a tapered base with center hole. Bronze signature on base. Shaped flaring rim. Accompanying lot is a modern teakwood stand. SIZE: 9” h x 5-1/2” dia top. CONDITION: Very good. One thin spot with slit at base. 9-96477 (800-1,200)


FABULOUS MARQUETRY INLAID ROSEWOOD CONTINENTAL WARDROBE. Small size with mirrored door flanked by paneled scenes of woman, bird and vine of flowers centering on a round inlay of dragon. Beautiful rosewood grain. Door has line inlay and decorative carved decoration. Upon opening middle door, side panels open on hinges. Three drawer interior having recessed pulls. Three shelves. Nice removable cornice with decorative inlay. SIZE: 75-1/2” h x 45” across cornice x 18” d. CONDITION: Some minor repairs, very good. 9-96432 (2,000-3,000)


FORBES CO. (Publisher, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF THE STEAMSHIP “CITY OF BANGOR”. Large lithograph shows a twin stack steamer going right to left flying American flag off stern and ship flag off front mast. Bow “Boston & Bangor S.S. Co.”. A small lighthouse with sailboats is seen off port bow. Over 100 people are seen on its four decks. Housed in an oak frame with white matte (matte damaged). The Boston and Bangor Steamship Co. ran for 20 years between 1882 and 1902. The side-wheeler “City of Bangor” and its sister ship the side-wheeler “City of Rockland” were replaced by the turbine steamer “Camden” and the “Belfast”. SIGHT SIZE: 24” x 37-3/4”. CONDITION: Foxing lines and toning. Otherwise very good. 9-96155 (1,000-2,000)


OUTSTANDING CARVED AND PAINTED SHIP MODEL OF THE U.S.S. BELFAST. The Belfast, a turbine screw steamer, was built in Bath, Maine in 1909 and removed from service in 1935. Sister ship of the S.S. Camden. Model shows a three deck ship painted white with red and white hull. Two masts with two stacks. It was owned by the Eastern Steamship Co. Comes on wood base. Accompanied by a photograph of the Captain on deck with other people. Also descriptive literature. SIZE: On stand is 24” h x 3’ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96838 (6,000-7,000)


BRONZE UNMARKED SHIP’S BELL. Cast bronze with original iron clapper. “S” shaped arm attached to top for hanging in a wall bracket. SIZE: 10” h x 10” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96517 (200-400)


FINE INLAID WALNUT BOX ON STAND. Circa 1800. Edges inlaid with lighter wood, ring pull handle on hinged top. Wall paper type interior. Appears to have original tapered leg base. Fine quality wood. SIZE: Box size is 12-1/2” h x 19-1/2” w x 15” d. Stand is 20-1/2” h. CONDITION: Some minor repair but generally very good. 9-96304 (1,200-1,800)


THEODORE COOK (British, 19th Century) MEDITERRANEAN PORT. Outstanding oil on canvas port scene shows people in a small fishing boat near coastline with small beached inlet. Large building on peninsula with large town in distance. Wonderful colors in a nice detailed scene. Signed and dated “1858” on stretcher portion of canvas, bottom left. Housed in its fabulous gesso decorated gilt wide frame. SIZE: 9-3/4” x 16-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96607 (2,000-4,000)


THEODORE COOK (British, 19th Century) BRINGING HOME THE CATCH. Fine oil on canvas scene shows setting sun over a coastal view with fishing boat coming into beach area. Several people are seen with baskets ready to unload catch. Large rock cliff with arched end with large opening. Signed lower right “Theo Cook”. Housed in a gold early gesso decorated frame with liner. SIZE: 10-1/4” x 8-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good with some minor restoration to edges. 9-96606 (2,000-4,000)


EDWARD MORAN (American, 1829-1901) MOONLIT SAIL. Oil on canvas scene shows sailboat at night under a full moon on water next to land with two large trees and rocks. Sails are seen in distance. Housed in a fine reproduction gilt frame with fancy liner. SIZE: 12” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96923 (2,000-4,000)


IMPORTANT AND RARE MAPLE SINGLE DRAWER WILLIAM AND MARY GATELEG DINING TABLE. Figured maple top, long drawer with wood knob, ring and vase turnings. Pine secondary wood, old finish. Probably Massachusetts or Connecticut. SIZE: 26-1/2” h x 15” (closed); 49” (open) x 42” d. CONDITION: Repair to crack in one leaf, old replaced hinges, addition of wafer type foot, some old repair. Otherwise very good. 9-95098 (6,000-10,000)


FINE LARGE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR WITH PHOENIX CREST. Top crest with carved phoenix centered on a pierced oval. Carved and gilt vine across crest. Bottom crest has gilt shell carving. Nice carving to side ears and scroll elements. Framed rectangular mirror with gilt edge. SIZE: 42-1/2” h x 22” w. CONDITION: Very good. Some old repair. 9-96836 (1,400-1,800)


MAHOGANY INLAID BANJO BAROMETER. Unsigned, 19th Century. Standard banjo form with dry-damp dial at top. Thermometer and convex mirror and large brass barometer dial with leveling tube. Line inlay to edge, small acorn finial between arched crest. SIZE: 37-3/4” h. CONDITION: Seems to be mostly intact. Thermometer tube broken and top dial missing needle and glass. 9-96700 (400-600)


19TH CENTURY WALLPAPER FIRE BOARD “BIRTHPLACE OF HENRY CLAY”. Scene shows double chimney colonial house surrounded by trees with man, woman and children in yard. Bottom titled “Birthplace of Henry Clay”. SIZE: 35-1/2” h x 45” w. CONDITION: Cracks along separation of boards, some staining to right side, bottom and top. Colors are still vivid and picture is intact. 9-96586 (1,000-1,500)


ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHAMBERS (American, 1805-1866) VIEW OF WEST POINT ON THE HUDSON RIVER. Oil on canvas Hudson River scene shows buildings atop rocky bluff with water. Several style boats can be seen on water including river steamboat, sailboats and six men carrying a rowboat through inlet. House on left side surrounded by trees and grassy shoreline. Several masts are seen beyond rocks and sails in distance. Housed in probably its original grape and vine decorated period frame. SIZE: 24” x 32”. CONDITION: Old “C” shaped repair to sky. Some light flaking to left bottom side in trees. Good. 9-94481 (8,000-12,000)


EARLY PENNSYLVANIA TWO DRAWER WALNUT TAVERN TABLE. 18th Century. Tapered molded legs having side by side small and larger drawer with brass knob, one having escutcheon plate and lock. Mortise and tendon construction with pegs. Two board top with original cleats and scrubbed surface. SIZE: 28” h x top size 36” d x 60-1/2” w. CONDITION: Some repairs including drawer runners, one drawer bottom and butterflies to underside of top. Generally very good. 9-96553 (3,000-5,000)


FINE 19TH CENTURY “ELECTRA” HORSE AND ARROW WEATHERVANE. Arrow weathervane on one end, copper with flattened style full body trotting horse on the other. Gilt finish to horse. Housed in its original shaft with mercury type lightning rod ball affixed. This is signed “Electra”. Also spike top with sunburst with the letter “E” for the company. Mounting bracket on base still present. An unusual find to find complete. SIZE: Total is 40” h x 32” w. Horse is 14-1/2”; arrow is 16”. CONDITION: Very good. One small chip from base of lightning ball. Otherwise very good. 9-96878 (1,250-1,750)


ZINC EAGLE. Concave bottom in circular form made for mounting on ball. Hollow construction with nice detail showing eagle perched on rocks with open mouth and spread wings. SIZE: 33” wing span; 18” h. CONDITION: Some minor imperfections, weathered surface. 9-96837 (2,400-2,800)


UNSIGNED (American, 19th Century) AFTERNOON REST ON THE RIVER. Rare early oil on canvas Maine scene shows two men resting with canvas shelter and long canoe beside cascading stream under trees and beside mountains. Probably a scene in northern Aroostook County. A wonderful depiction of the Maine life in the last century. Original, outstanding lemon gold frame. SIZE: 12” x 16-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96101-798 (800-1,200)


UNSIGNED (American, 19th Century) BASKAHEGAN RIVER FERRY. Oil on canvas panoramic view of a Maine landscape. Ferry is seen on large river crossing over to sandy bank with two houses up on a bluff. Cow is seen in foreground, river rounds point of land towards low hill. Housed in a wonderful lemon gold antique frame. Possibly the Baskahegan River in Aroostook County. SIZE: 12” x 16-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96101-799 (800-1,200)


UNSIGNED (American, 19th Century) LOGGING IN THE MAINE WOODS. Oil on canvas scene shows two lumbermen working the woods. One rides on five logs on large sled pulled by two horses. Another stands on large tree, which he has sawn down and holds ax. All in a winter wooded landscape with setting sun. Housed in an outstanding lemon gold double frame. Probably Aroostook County, Maine. SIZE: 17” x 24”. CONDITION: Craquelure, very good. 9-96101 (800-1,200)


CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR WITH CARVED CREST. Pierced carved gilt shell in center of top crest. Bottom crest with good scroll carving. Rectangular frame with gilt edge. SIZE: 44-1/4” l x 22” w. CONDITION: Very good. Some old repair. 9-96835 (1,400-1,800)


OUTSTANDING FOUR DRAWER BIRDSEYE MAPLE SHERATON CHEST. Shaped top having reeded three quarter columns extending to a turned foot. Applied beaded edge to drawers. Each drawer having replaced old oval hardware with shell motif. Wide shaped skirt and cutout ends. Half reeded columns on back legs. Extraordinary birdseye maple and tiger maple used throughout. SIZE: 41” h x 42” case x 19” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96827 (10,000-12,000)


OUTSTANDING CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD CIGAR STORE INDIAN. Attributed to Samuel Anderson Robb 1851-1928. Chief figure has green, red and white headdress. Red and gold outfit and carries brown and green items in hand. Black framed wood base. PROVENANCE: Letter accompanies Indian stating it was part of the Schulte Cigar Store Collection. A small chain store that operated in New York City up until the early 1940’s. SIZE: Figure without base is 59” h; with base is 73” h. CONDITION: Some chips on surface, one repair to end of feather. Otherwise very good. 9-96877 (15,000-25,000)


UNSIGNED (19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A SEA CAPTAIN. Oil on canvas portrait of a seated gentleman wearing black suit, black bow tie and white shirt. Over his right shoulder is an ocean scene. He sits on a red sofa with red curtain backdrop. Housed in a gilt molded wood replacement frame. SIZE: 23” x 18”. CONDITION: Relined with some minor inpainting. 9-96896 (1,000-1,500)


CLEMENT DREW (American, 1807-1889) SHIP IN FULL SAIL. Oil on wood panel scene shows three-mast tall ship sailing right to left flying British flag. Black and white hull, eleven men are seen on deck. Sails have wind and choppy ocean with land off port bow. Signed “C. Drew”. Housed in a gold molded wood frame. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good. 9-96555 (1,000-2,000)


BRIAN COOLE (British, 20th Century) BUSY SHIPPING LANE. Small oil on board shows seven ships of different varieties on a choppy grayish/green sea. Mixed cloud sky with some blue. Large galleon is seen in back flying British flag. Two mast ship comes toward viewer. Signed lower right. Housed in an antique birdseye maple frame. SIZE: 11” x 13”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96921 (1,000-1,500)


FINE TIGER MAPLE SHAPED DROP LEAF HEPPLEWHITE TABLE. Label attached to underneath “Built in Dunkirk, New York” with history. Original finish with excellent tiger maple throughout. Tapered legs ending in brass cupped castor feet. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x 35-1/2” d x 20” (closed); 39” (open). CONDITION: One glue block missing, otherwise very good. 9-96841 (9,000-11,000)


FINE SET OF FOUR TIGER MAPLE CANE SEAT CHAIRS. Each chair with carved and decorative horizontal splat. S-form stiles terminating in a back sweeping leg. Cane seat and nice turned front legs. SIZE: 33-1/4” h x seat h 18-1/2”. CONDITION: Some old repair, very good. 9-96833 (2,500-3,500)


FINE ENGRAVED CLEAR GLASS RUMMER WITH 1825 COIN. The round bowl engraved with initials within a roundel with wheat and trailing vine at top and bottom. Opposite is a three mast ship with engraved name “Canopus 84?” in the roundel. Well defined ship flies British flag in full sail on wavy ocean. Flower vine and thistles at top and bottom. Compressed ball stem on a round base with polished pontil. Inside of the ball stem is a silver 1825 four pence George III coin. SIZE: 7” h x 5-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96381 (500-1,000)


ENGRAVED CLEAR FLINT GLASS PILLARED CELERY VASE. Vine engraving down each of the eight panels. Eight panel sided with flaring shaped top, round base with pontil mark attributed to Pittsburgh Glass Co. SIZE: 9-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96383 (200-300)


CUT CLEAR GLASS CELERY VASE. Column form with flaring rim has three horizontal bands. Top cut with wheat type decoration. Middle band with beveled circles, bottom with vertical bevels. Round base with compressed ball stem. Polished pontil. Attributed to Pittsburgh Glass Co. PROVENANCE: Ex: Lowell Innes Collection. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very slight roughness to bottom edge of bottom bevel. 9-96384 (250-400)


FINE BALTIMORE MAHOGANY CLASSICAL CARD TABLE. Molded edge D-shaped top, which opens and turns to make square rounded corner top. Conforming frieze and in concave form. Round column supported by a molded top hub supported by four open scroll top outsweeping legs with animal claw brass feet ending in brass castors. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 35-1/4” w x 17” (closed); 34” (open). CONDITION: Slight warp to top, otherwise very good. 9-96834 (3,000-4,000)


EDWARD WILLIS REDFIELD (American, 1869-1965) WINTER SOLITUDE. Oil on masonite scene shows a snow covered bank reflecting in passing stream. Trees are seen above bank. Nice impressionistic scene. Signed “E.D. Redfield 45”. Partial label on back “… Art Society”. Housed in a molded wood frame (finish loss). SIZE: 15-1/4” x 12”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96769 (8,000-10,000)


EDWARD WILLIS REDFIELD (American, 1869-1965) NEW ENGLAND CONNECTED FARMHOUSE. Colorful watercolor shows New England cape painted white with green shutters. Over a series of years a series of connected building have been added ending with a very large red barn. Two large sugar maples are in the front yard with a large grass area, colorful flowering bushes by the foundation. Signed lower left “E. W. Redfield”. Housed in a fine gilt replacement frame with double white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 11” x 15-1/2”. CONDITION: Some foxing, otherwise very good. 9-96748 (1,200-1,500)


FERN ISABEL COPPEDGE (American, 1883-1951) “AFTER THE STORM”. Oil on canvas bright colored scene shows winding road with several houses beside and snow covered landscape. Ungilating hills are seen under a white and blue sky. A large tree in the foreground and signed lower right “F. Coppedge”. Housed in a fancy gilt frame. Pencil titled on stretcher. SIZE: 16” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96660 (8,000-10,000)


GEORGES W. BIDDLE (American, 1885-1973) “CHAGRIN”. Watercolor scene of hillside town in winter with colorful houses. A mailbox on left signed “G. W. Biddle”. Also signed lower right “Geo. Biddle 40”. Cleveland Museum of Art 22nd Annual Exhibition of Works by Cleveland Artists label to back. The 1940 May show. Housed in a black gold lined frame. SIGHT SIZE: 19-3/4” x 29-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96740 (2,000-4,000)


FINE SPIRAL CARVED GATELEG SHERATON DINING TABLE. Half round with 21-1/2” leaves. Spiral carved and turned legs ending in brass cupped castor feet. Swing out leg leaf supports, six legs. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 44” d x 20-1/2” (closed); 64-1/2” (open). CONDITION: Very good. 9-96510 (1,500-2,000)


TWO PIECE MAHOGANY ANTIQUE SECRETARY. Top section with ogee molded cornice, two black doors with decorative molding and three small drawers, each having two turned wood knobs. Bottom section has fold over writing surface with replaced new leather like writing surface. Graduated three long drawers with wood knobs. Shaped skirt and decorative corner carving. Nicely matched mahogany veneers. Circa 1830. SIZE: 80-1/2” h x 21” d x 42” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96420 (1,500-2,500)


LARGE PAINTED AND CARVED AFRICAN TRIBAL MASK. Depicting the “Opanga” spirit. Tall mask in three tiers. Bottom tier having carved head surrounded by small wood carved dish ovals. Second tier with three carved figures holding central carved figure between slats in center. Top tier has saw tooth like bars holding another figure. Hoop type top with dangling pendants. Polychrome decorated in yellow, green, red and blue. Fabric cloth base hanging. 1920’s. SIZE: 44” h. CONDITION: One second tier figure missing, minor defects. Very good. 9-96121 (12,500-17,000)


OUTSTANDING CARVED AND PAINTED AFRICAN CEREMONIAL MASK. Depicting “Maiden” spirits. Circa 1920. Large mask shows human face on bottom with colorful round disk on top with a circle of human figures supporting a large snake with man and gun under large black spotted leopard. Material attached to base carving. SIZE: 38” h. CONDITION: Some breaks and missing pieces, generally intact. 9-96120 (12,500-17,500)


LARGE AFRICAN CEREMONIAL MASK. Water buffalo form with four large horns surrounding a man figure holding large snake. Mask has buffalo face with large teeth and several horns. Decorative cloth hangs down from mask. 1930’s/40’s. SIZE: Without cloth is 39” h. CONDITION: One horn tip repaired, one horn has chip. Otherwise very good. 9-96118 (5,000-8,000)


FINE AFRICAN BRONZE OF WOMAN WITH FANCY HEADDRESS. Young woman wears ornate horned type hat, seven necklaces and a cross hatched large collared outfit. PROVENANCE: From the Museum of African Tribal Art of Portland, Maine. SIZE: 17” h. CONDITION: Very good. 996119 (1,500-2,500)


PERSIAN BAKTIRI ORIENTAL RUG. Garden carpet having seventy design squares. Colors of red and ivory. SIZE: 13’5” x 9’11”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74069 (1,500-2,000)


WALTER KOENIGER (American, 1881-1943) “INCOMING SEA, MONHEGAN ISLAND MAINE”. Oil on canvas scene shows crashing wave through a break in rocky coastline. Sun shines through break in clouds onto crashing surf and rocks. Signed middle bottom “W. Koeniger 27”. Original decorated caved wood period frame. Several old labels affixed to reverse including Matthew’s Galleries, Oregon. SIZE: 25” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good, craquelure. 9-95049 (3,000-4,000)


MAURICE COMPRIS (American, 1885-1939) GLOUCESTER WINTER SCENE. Fine oil on canvas winter scene shows ice and snow covered water area with snow covered edges. Woods in background. Sun shines onto snow. Wonderful muted colors in a fine impressionistic scene. Signed bottom right “M. Compris”. Housed in a magnificent replacement reeded edge wide gilt frame. SIZE: 28” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96754 (4,000-6,000)


JOHN FULTON FOLINSBEE (American, 1892-1972) OCEAN SPRAY. Large oil on canvas scene shows large plume of ocean spray from crashing wave on large rock. A small inlet brings wave to closer rocks. Signed lower left. Housed in a fine gilt wide molded edge frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21-1/2” x 27-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96777 (5,000-7,000)


HY WATKINS (British, 19th Century) AUCTIONING OF THE FARM. Large complex oil on canvas scene shows auctioneer standing on stool in front of large crowd receiving bids on a white horse. The farmstead is seen in background with wagon being loaded with goods and man and woman dickering. Foreground shows what appears to be the family that has been forced to auction the farm. Signed lower left “HY Watkins”. Housed in a reproduction fancy replacement frame. An unusual subject matter in large form. SIZE: CONDITION: Relined, restored horizontal tear. Good to very good. 9-96882 (1,500-2,500)


ANTIQUE NICKELED SHIPS BINNACLE BY E. J. WILLIS CO., NY, NY. The domed lid slides open to reveal a gimbaled compass in the center. SIZE: 10-1/2″ h x 9″ d. CONDITION: Nickel worn evenly over the surface, otherwise generally good condition. 9-96955 (400-600)


EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A CHEMIST. OOC of a seated gentleman in black waistcoat with tie holding an inscribed book or ledger (text not discernable). On the Queen Anne stand beside him are various scientific instruments and a beaker filled with fluid. SIZE: 21″ w x 25-1/2″h. CONDITION: Painting re-backed and appears restored long ago. Paint shows scattered chips and wear. A very scarce subject matter. 9-96956 (1,500-2,000)


18TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD TEA OR COFFEE URN. This is an early handmade plated coffee urn. The only touch mark or hallmark discernable was an impressed “D” on the inner lid of the cover. SIZE: 21″h (to top of urn) x 19-1/2″w (from handle to handle). CONDITION: Small amount of wear on the sharp edges of the silver plating and very minor denting. Appears to have been re-plated at one time and handles and spout may have been reinforced on the inside of the pot at that time. 9-96957 (800-1,200)


EARLY AMETHYST VASE. This vase, with square marble base and a brass colored frame receives a slip in morning glory shaped amethyst blown vase. Possibly New England Glass Company? SIZE: 9-1/2″h x 4-1/2″d (at base). CONDITION: Glass is excellent. Marble base has very minor roughness on the sharp edge. 9-96958 (250-350)


NICE OLD INLAID DOCUMENT BOX. Probably 19th century. All four sides and top are fitted with mosaic pieces of wood to depict starbursts and optical illusions. Very nicely done. Top opens to reveal a lift out tray. Fitted with a lock. SIZE: 16″w x 9″d x 6″h. CONDITION: Generally very good. One very small piece of inlay missing on the backside of the box. 9-96959 (400-600)


EARLY NEW ENGLAND (POSSIBLY MAINE) REDWARE HANDLED JAR W/LID. Lid had numerous inscribed bands around the circumference and numbered on underside “59”. SIZE: 8-3/4″h x 5-1/2″d. CONDITION: Chips on the upper lip and lid and tight crack in bottom. 9-96960 (250-350)


EARLY LIDDED TIN CANDLE BOX. Late 18th or early 19th century oval box w/hinged lid at top and clasp. SIZE: 10″l x 5″d x 3″ h. CONDITION: Generally very good to excellent. 9-96961 (200-300)


GOOD EARLY MOCHAWARE BOWL. Cream ware bowl with alternating black, green & brown stripes; the wide brown bands w/tobacco stained seaweed decoration. SIZE: 7-1/4″d x 3-1/2″h. CONDITION: Some staining in bottom of bowl, otherwise generally very good to excellent. 9-96962 (750-1,250)


EARLY BLOWN PONTIL JAR. This early blown jar w/fitted pewter screw-on lid had an open pummel mark on base and retains what appears to be an original French paper label titled, “IMPERIAL PRUNES”. Ribbed molded design and the reverse of the bottle embossed, “ABUFOUR & COMPANY BORDEAUX”. SIZE: 8-1/4″h. CONDITION: Generally very good. Paper label faded and rubbed but still intact. 9-96963 (225-325)


SMALL EARLY CANARY YELLOW CANDLE STICK. SIZE: 5-1/2″h x (base) 3-1/2″w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96964 (150-250)


SEMI ANTIQUE LARGE ROOM SIZE ORIENTAL RUG. Predominant colors or red; blue & ivory w/some green, blue fields w/floral design. SIZE: 13’4″ x 9’9″. CONDITION: Somewhere generally good.. 9-96997 (1,500-3,500)


RARE EARLY 19TH CENTURY COUNTRY STORE BEAN COUNTER. Primitive pine Empire period General Store counter probably a bean counter has a set of six push/pull through drawers on the lower section and a set of three pull drawers on the top section. Has old worn white paint and natural worn counter top. SIZE: 75” w x 24” d x 35” h. CONDITION: As found. Chips, cracks, scuffed and worn paint. Replaced wooden knobs, two replaced drawer fronts on reverse, etc. Very rare to find a bean counter of this vintage. 9-96672 (800-1,200)


SET OF FOUR SHERATON BIRDSEYE AND TIGER MAPLE SIDE CHAIRS. These four early 19th century side chairs having rush seats and turned legs w/strong figured wood back slats. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96993 (550-650)


18TH CENTURY SPINNING WHEEL IN OLD FINISH W/BOBBIN. CONDITION: Wooden connector rod to wheel missing, otherwise generally good. 9-96987 (250-350)


EARLY WINDSOR BOW BACK ARM CHAIR. Nice early armchair w/well turned legs. Remnants of green stain on much of the chair. CONDITION: Structurally good. 9-96988 (800-1,200)


LATE 19TH CENTURY ORRERY. This planetarium depicting a portion of our solar system with sun, moon and earth. Shield on the earth globe marked, “TRIPPENSEE PLANETARIUM COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN”. Also marked, “RAND & McNALLY, COPYRIGHT 1891. The base and sun are brass-colored. When chains are adjusted properly, as the arm turns, the earth and moons revolve appropriately. SIZE: 21″l x 14″h. CONDITION: Chains are all intact; probably needs to be tightened so that things work properly. 9-96951 (375-575)


WALNUT QUEEN ANNE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. 18th century round top, tilt-top candlestand w/molded edge. The nicely formed legs ending in well-defined pad feet. SIZE: 28-1/2″h x (top) 20-1/4″d. CONDITION: Appears to be original old finish, some stain to top. Cleats retain some of their original screws and have some additional replacement screws. Otherwise generally very nice. 9-96981 (450-750)


VERY LARGE SHAKER OVAL FIVE-FINGERED BOX. With period painted lid featuring birds of paradise, flowering vines and butterflies. The interior papered with old wallpaper. The surface of the exterior retains old varnish finish. The top fitted with a cut crystal knob. SIZE: 15″l x 11″ w x 6-1/4″h. CONDITION: Generally good. The paint on the lid very early and with some crackling. The box structure is sound; one side may have had a vertical strap attached with some nails (now removed). 9-86180 (1,800-2,800)


FANCIFUL PINE RED PAINTED WALL BOX. Shallow box w/scalloped back, front & sides having worn red stain. SIZE: 11″l x 4″ d x 5-1/2″h. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-86412 (750-1,000)


SMALL POTTERY BOWL. With unusual colorful marble or scroddle-type decoration. SIZE: 5-1/4″d x 3″h. CONDITION: Good. 9-86585 (175-275)


18TH CENTURY QUEEN ANN DROP LEAF TABLE. Period hard wood drop leaf table w/Cabriole legs and well defined pad feet. Apron scalloped on either end. Refinished long ago. SIZE: 42″l x 48″w (when legs are extended). CONDITION: Generally good. One leg cracked and re-glued at top at one time. 9-96996 (1,750-2,750)


EARLY SHERATON CARVED LEG TWO-DRAWER MAHOGANY STAND. This 2-drawer stand w/delicate carved legs on brass casters having acanthus carved top and rope turned lower legs. SIZE: 22″w x 17″ d x 29″ h. CONDITION: Generally good. A few veneer losses. Top cracked. 9-96994 (550-750)


ANTIQUE OVAL ROSE MEDALLION PLATTER. With alternating panels of figures and butterflies & roses. SIZE: 12″l x 9-1/2″w. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-86402 (400-500)


EXTREMELY RARE WHALEBONE AND MAHOGANY CHECKERBOARD. This wonderful seaman’s creation made with what appears to be squares of mahogany or walnut wood with alternating whalebone. The edge framed in a thin whalebone veneer. The underside fitted with green felt. SIZE: 9″ square. CONDITION: Generally outstanding. 9-87055 (2,500-3,500)


DECORATED WALNUT SLIDE LID BOX. Circa 1840. The top and bottom with molded frame. The top painted with “folksy” black-haired lady in red-top dress. SIZE: 13-1/4″ square x 6″ d. CONDITION: Structurally sound. Paint w/some scuffs and wear. 9-86952 (300-400)


EARLY PAINTED WINDSOR STOOL. This folk art stool retaining original paint w/light green background and stylized leaf and floral decoration on top. SIZE: 12″l x 7-1/2″w x 8″h. CONDITION: Various scuffs and wear marks on the top. Generally very good overall. 9-86416 (1,000-1,500)


SHERATON TWO-DRAWER BIRDSEYE STAND. Mahogany stand w/two graduated drawers, each w/birdseye front. Turned and blocked legs. Refinished some time ago. SIZE: 19-3/4″w x 18-3/4″ d x 29″ h. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96995 (400-600)


SHAKER “JAPPANED” TIN DUSTPAN. This was a commercially made product by the Shakers. SIZE: 13″w (to the back of the handle). CONDITION: Retains most nearly all of the original “Japanning”. Some wear and scuffs in places. 9-86020 (175-275)


FIGURAL BENNINGTON-TYPE DOG. This seated dog on stand in brown Rockingham glaze. Similar to Bennington mid-19th century and similar to those produced by the Bennington firm. SIZE: 10-1/2″h; base 7-3/4″l x 5″w. CONDITION: Minor fish scale chip on the bottom edge of the base; otherwise appears excellent. 9-77800 (700-900)


EARLY CARVED TRADE SIGN OF A WOODEN SHOE. Sign is in old green paint. SIZE: 18″l. CONDITION: Some scattered nail holes, a couple of small wood losses, most old green paint still intact. 9-85863 (550-750)


SHAKER ARM ROCKER. 19th Century Shaker arm rocker w/four slat back and towel bar top. Having taped seat. Refinished at one time. SIZE: 40-1/2″ to top of chair, w/seat 20″. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96990 (375-475)


PAIR OF EARLY SUNBURST CAST IRON ANDIRONS. With removable dogs. SIZE: 16″ (from the front to the back) x 16-3/4″h. CONDITION: A small piece of the foot and part of the starburst is broken out of one andiron but pieces were saved. 9-86873 (250-350)


UNUSUAL HAND-CARVED FOLK ART CANE. A most unusual hand-carved wooden cane featuring a fist holding a ball. Each of the fingers and thumb of the carving have been set with horn to simulate fingernails. The sides of the shaft are with coiled serpent having tack or glass eyes. All in natural finish. SIZE: 35-1/2″l. CONDITION: Appears very good to excellent. 9-96982 (850-1,250)


EARLY SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY GOUT STOOL. Small rectangular-topped stool w/pineapple cared supporting legs and turned cross stretchers. SIZE: 12-1/2″w x 9″d x 7-3/4″h. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96983 (300-450)


PAINT DECORATED RABBIT EAR SIDE CHAIR. Mustard colored paint back w/cluster of grape and leaf decoration w/pinstripe decoration. CONDITION: Good. 9-96989 (250-350)


EARLY 19TH OR LATE 18TH CENTURY BOOT JACK BLANKET BOX. Painted black. SIZE: 50″w x 19″d x 25″h. CONDITION: Show’s use. 9-96992 (300-500)


18TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE LOOKING GLASS. With molded frame. Having gesso liner and gold gesso medallion impressed. SIZE: 28 3/4” l x 17 3/4” w. CONDITION: Some veneer loss to side of frame and old repairs to scrolled ears. 9-96926 (800-1,200)


19TH CENTURY ARCHITECTURAL WATERCOLOR OF MAINE COTTAGE. A watercolor rendition of 19th or possibly early 20th century Maine cottage or home by the water features a number of figures indoors and in the dooryard, a flag pole on the front lawn flying a banner “Elmwood”, house surrounded by a white picket fence. Framed in an early simple gold frame and nicely detailed. SIZE: 12 3/4” w x 8” h (image only), 19 1/2” w x 13 1/2” h (framed). CONDITION: Watercolor is generally bright and in good condition. The mat on which the watercolor is mounted has water stains; however, the watercolor itself is generally good and has reasonably bright colors. 9-96927 (650-950)


19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS OF HUDSON RIVER VALLEY PAINTING. Oval view of rectangular stretcher depicting tree studded lake with mountains in background. The painting is nicely done, unsigned, but the artist painted two small frogs in the left hand corner in the margin. SIZE: 20” w x 15” h. 9-96928 (450-650)


LARGE CALLIGRAPHY: LEAPING STAG. Calligraphy depicts a bold, large leaping stag. Beneath it in a highly flourished script “Penmanship”, in upper right “with a steel pen by C. W. Yerington, St. Louis, Mich.” In upper left corner “To Marie Meyers, student of Yerington College. March 12, 1921”. SIZE: 22 3/4” w x 17 3/4” h, includes frame. CONDITION: Generally good. Overall toning to paper: Lower left has a few small holes which appear to be insect damage and a couple of small water stains far below the image. 9-96929 (800-1,200)


SET OF FOUR BIRDSEYE MAPLE SHERATON SIDE CHAIRS. Turned leg side chairs. Each w/needlepoint seats depicting the four card suits – spades, clubs, hearts, diamonds. Back slats w/strong birdseye maple figuring. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-96986 (550-650)


A LOT OF FOUR EARLY STAFFORDSHIRE SMALL PLATES. This lot of four plates were possibly cup plates. Small deep 5” diameter dark blue example with landscape and bridge impressed “Real Ironstone” on the back. CONDITION: Hairline crack on one side. Two light blue 5” diameter examples with castle and palm trees in the center and vignettes dispersed around the border. Having gilt trim marked on reverse “Oriental, W. B.” CONDITION: One with fish scale chip under bottom edge. A 6” diameter pink plate with floral border and central panel depicting landscape with figures and bridge, marked on reverse “Landscape, W.R. mid-winter, England”. CONDITION: Overall discolored with some stain. 9-96930 (250-350)


A LOT OF TWO EARLY BRONZE ITEMS. The first, an ancient bronze shaped oil or grease lamp. SIZE: 6 1/2” h. CONDITION: Looks as if it may have been cleaned a great long time ago and appears to be generally very good condition. Brass or bronze figural ewer with rooster head spout and rooster tail handle. SIZE: 6 1/2” h. CONDITION: Old toned metal and in excellent condition. 9-96931 (250-350)


BLOWN NAILSEA FLASK. This lovely early blown flat flask with clear glass having swirled Nailsea design of pink and white ribs. SIZE: 9” l. CONDITION: A few minor surface scratches, otherwise generally excellent. 9-96932 (250-350)


OLD FOUR-TIERED PLANT STAND IN RED PAINT. Old worn red stain. SIZE: 41″w x 24″d x 35-1/2″h. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96985 (400-600)


OLD FIGURAL TIN COOKIE CUTTER WITH HANDLES. This neat old kitchen implement has a revolving tin-shaped head. Six different shapes to produce six different shapes of cookies including hearts, crosses, stars, three-leaf clover, etc. SIZE: 10” l. CONDITION: Generally excellent. 9-96933 (150-250)


LOT OF FIVE ANTIQUE COLORED GLASS CUP PLATES-SOME SANDWICH TYPE. Two pigeon blood plates with ribbed design and ground bottom rims. SIZE: 5 1/4” d. CONDITION: Excellent. A cornflower blue clam broth 4 3/4” plate fan ribbed in hobstar design. CONDITION: Very good. A 4 3/4” dark blue clam broth plate with lattice work design and beaded edge. CONDITION: Manufacturing imperfection on two of the beads on the edge, otherwise, generally very good to excellent. A 3 3/4” light blue opalescent sandwich type plate with lattice design on the bottom having beaded edge. CONDITION: Generally excellent. 9-96934 (250-350)


CASED 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY EATING IMPLEMENTS. Utensils consist of an ivory handled knife and two metal tipped ivory chopsticks and a similar ivory handled tool with delicate blades on tip. The sheath covered with what appears to be some type of fish skin and set with two ivory toothpicks. SIZE: 12” l. CONDITION: A small break on the ivory mounting on the top of the sheath, otherwise, very good to excellent. 9-96935 (250-350)


LARGE EARLY IRONSTONE PLATTER WITH ORIENTAL MOTIF. This large cut-corner platter with Imari coloration features a decorative border and a central panel of bamboo trees and large blossoming flower. Marked on the reverse in blue “Ironstone China Warranted”. SIZE: 17” w x 12 3/4” h. CONDITION: There are some open blisters on the surface of the platter that obviously occurred during the firing process, otherwise, generally very good. 9-96936 (275-375)


SHERATON SIX LEG SWING-LEG TABLE. Sheraton hardwood table w/deep leaves. Having blocked and turned legs. Refinished long ago. SIZE: top 42″ l; 23-1/2″ when closed; 2 65″ when open and 28″h. CONDITION: Generally good. Shows scuffs and dings. One leg repaired at the top. 9-96991 (300-500)


SMALL JOSEPH DANFORTH PEWTER PLATE. The plate lightly marked on the underside with Danforth touchmark. SIZE: 7 7/8” d. CONDITION: Generally good. Some minor handling dents, wear in the sides. 9-96937 (200-300)


AN EARLY TOLE DECORATED COMPARTMENTALIZED TIN. This may be an early fishing tackle box. The only reason we say this is because originally there was a lot of old fishing tackle in it when it was discovered. The oval tin lid fitted with a Chippendale brass carrying handle, and when opened revealed compartmentalized fitted tray which removes to reveal another small fitted tray, two lidded sides which open to separate compartments, and a central portion with two round lidded cylinder tin canisters. The exterior painted with an old mustard yellow painted surface and remnants of the tole are stenciled grape motif on the lid. SIZE: 9 1/2” l x 7” w x 5 1/2” h. CONDITION: Retains 95% of the old mustard paint. The tole and stencil decoration on the lid are quite worn. Structurally, very nice. A very interesting piece. 9-96938 (400-500)


SET OF SEVEN WINDSOR PERIOD STEP DOWN CHAIRS. Include arm chair and six side chairs in a dark stain. SIZE: 37″ to top of back of chairs; seat 17-1/2″h. CONDITION: One w/missing back spindle. One w/small chip, otherwise generally good. 9-96984 (1,750-2,750)


BOXED HAMILTON SHIP’S CHRONOMETER. The mahogany case opens to reveal a felt-lined interior in which is set another walnut or mahogany case fitted with a 2 3/4” round ship’s chronometer by Hamilton. The silver or nickel cased watch marked on reverse “U.S. Navy 5216”. The works are 21 jewels, with five adjusted positions, and serial #1260492. SIZE: Exterior box 7 1/4” w x 8 1/4” d x 5 1/4” h. CONDITION: Leather strap worn, box and watch in generally very good condition. The watch runs when wound. 9-96939 (400-600)


RARE EARLY RED TOLE TEA CANISTER. This small early cylindrical tea canister fitted with the original lid retains its original rare red decoration with yellow and blue tulip-like flower decoration on the front. SIZE: 7” h x 3” d. CONDITION: Tea caddy retains approximately 70-80% of the original red in free hand tole decorated decoration. 9-96940 (600-900)


EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROSE MEDALLION VASE. This old rose medallion vase with molded Foo Dog handles and applied design in the neck having typical all over rose medallion decoration, including alternating panels with figures, birds and flora. Produced sometime in the early 20th century and marked on the underside “China”. SIZE: 12” h. CONDITION: Some minor wear to enameling, but generally very good. 9-96941 (200-300)


SIGNED 19TH CENTURY SIGNED WOODEN CHOPPING BOWL IN OLD RED. Great old hand-carved wooden bowl in original old red paint found in Maine. Branded on edge what appears to be “(O-?) G. Isham”. SIZE: 19” l x 12 w. x 4” d. CONDITION: Old dark blood-red stain on exterior of bowl. Interior clean and worn with a nice old patina.. 9-96942 (650-950)


NICE EARLY MAINE OVAL BOX IN ORIGINAL BLUE. An early 19th century oval banded Maine wooden box with original old blue paint, having nice dry surface. SIZE: 10” l x 7 1/2” w x 4 1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Paint is strong all over with scattered scrapes and wear marks. Nice old dry finish. 9-96943 (650-950)


EARLY WOODEN CAKE BOARD. Early wooden rectangular cake board features six carved embellishments of horse and rider, a swan, a sailing vessel, Adam and Eve, a maid with a butter churn, and a Pennsylvania style rooster. SIZE: 21 1/2” l x 3” w. CONDITION: Nice old mellow patina to the wood. Some scattered worm holes and a small piece of the corner missing. 9-96944 (275-475)


FOLK ART SQUIRREL BOOKCASE. Obviously made for a youngster’s room in the early part of the 20th century. This neat folk art bookcase features two tall silhouetted gray squirrels on either end with three shelves in between. Painted gray with black detail. SIZE: 24” h x 25” w x 12 d. CONDITION: Paint is old, and has been on for a very long time, but there might be an older coat of paint beneath it. 9-96945 (300-500)


18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY RUSH OR CANING VISE. The vise with screw-down wooden clamps on either side is supported on four lathe turned legs with stretcher base. The clamps were used to hold the rush or cane while working the seats or backs of early chairs, constructed with early hand forged nails. SIZE: Approximately 34” h x 20” w at its widest point on the base, and 15” d at its deepest point on the base. CONDITION: Old patina surface, generally very good condition. 9-96946 (275-475)


LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY CAUCASIAN AREA RUG. Deep blue field and blood-red border. SIZE: 70” l x 60” w. CONDITION: Some edge loss on either end. Generally even wear throughout. Nice mellow colors. 9-96947 (300-500)


ANTIQUE SPOONER BAROMETER OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. Elongated form in walnut with ebony trim. The receptacle base with shaped wood. The dial at top with thermometer on right side and barometer on left side (mercury lacking in barometer). The small brass indicator on the left is missing. SIZE: 41” h x 4” w. CONDITION: Much of the lettering on the dial for the barometer missing. Most of the numerical gradients are still there, but most of the original lettering is missing. 9-96948 (1,000-1,500)


EARLY WOODEN MEASURE IN ORIGINAL BITTERSWEET RED PAINT. With metal reinforcing band around the circumference of the bottom and top. SIZE: Diameter 7”, height 4” CONDITION: Metal surface rust brown, wood with strong red bittersweet. Good condition. 9-96949 (200-350)


AN EARLY ROUND WOODEN BURL BOWL. With turned design on the upper and lower portion of the bowl. SIZE: Approximately 12 1/2” d. CONDITION: Couple of old cracks, one with some filler. 9-96950 (800-1,200)


A NICE OLD MAINE WOODEN APPLE BASKET. With original turned wooden handle and metal bale. SIZE: Approximately 12” h x 16” d. CONDITION: Very clean original surface. 9-96952 (125-175)


NICE OLD WOODEN TRAMP ART BOX. Rectangular box with chip carved design on all four sides and top. The top is set with a large old oval mirror. When opened, the lid is fitted with a large rectangular mirror on the inside and more chip carved trim on the lid. SIZE: 14” l x 8” d x 8” h. CONDITION: One very small piece of carved molding missing on one end, otherwise, generally very good with a nice surface. 9-96953 (375-475)


TWO EARLY LIGHT SHIP SLATES. Two rectangular slates one with a wooden back stenciled “lightship # 42”. (This one originally was a double slate). The surface of the slate is sectioned for “wind, barometer, temperature, number of vessels, water, weather, sea”. SIZE: Both approximately the same size, 15” l x 11” w. CONDITION: Generally good. Show much use. The lightship slate has a crack in the middle. 9-96954 (350-450)


FINE MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON PORCELAIN OF YOUNG WOMAN. Beautifully executed, this miniature shows a young girl wearing a head scarf and star. A pearl necklace with white dress and ermin wrap. Fine gilt molded wood frame with inner white liner. SIZE: 4” h x 3” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96909 (400-600)


OVAL MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON PORCELAIN. Oval portrait shows young girl with purple dress having brown hair. Beautiful detail. Signed on back. Impressed mark to back “Chr 15”. Also paper label with name and number. Housed in a fine carved gilt foliate decorated frame. SIZE: 3-1/2” x 2-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, easel support missing screws. 9-96531 (400-600)


MINIATURE ON IVORY INTERIOR COURTSHIP SCENE. Signed “Moreau”. Rectangular scene shows man kneeling in front of woman of sofa. Nice wall decorations include oval painting, swag curtains and other fine room accessories. Housed in a small brass frame. SIZE: Overall is 4” x 3”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94452 (200-300)


ROUND MINIATURE ON IVORY COURTSHIP SCENE SIGNED “SIMONET”. Housed in a round concave carved wood frame with brass liner. Scene shows man in red outfit swooning over maiden in yellow dress. Classical background scene of landscape. SIZE: 2-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94454 (200-300)


OVAL MINIATURE OF WOMAN AND BOY IN IVORY FRAME. Fine decorated ivory frame has large 4-1/4” h miniature. Signed. OVERALL SIZE: 6-1/2” x 5-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94451 (300-500)


MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ON IVORY. Signed. Elegant lady wears blue dress with flower attached and red shawl. High hairdo with pearl hair piece. Housed in decorated ivory frame with some cracks. SIZE: Overall is 5-1/2” x 4-3/4”. Miniature is 3-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96910 (250-400)


OVAL MINIATURE OF WOMAN IN IVORY FRAME. Signed. Portrait shows young woman in elegant dress with double pearl necklace with pendant and fancy hat. SIZE: Overall is 5-1/2” x 4-1/2”. 3-1/4” h portrait. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94453 (200-400)


SIGNED (American, Early 20th Century) FIVE POUND ISLAND, GLOUCESTER HARBOR. Fine oil on canvas harbor scene from up on hill looking down upon Five Pound Island. Open water with several boats. Lots of buildings, foreground with grass and rocks. Horizontal paint dabs give nice impressionistic view. Housed in its original carved gilt frame. Signed lower right indistinctly. SIZE: 20” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94865 (3,500-4,500)


CHARLES DANA GIBSON (American, 1867-1944) COLLECTION OF SEVEN PEN AND INK DRAWINGS AND SIX BOOKS. Each drawing identically housed in gilt frames with matching gray mattes. 1) 5” x 6-1/2”, unsigned. Shows man sitting between two women with head going back and forth. 2) 6-1/2” x 8-1/2”, unsigned. Shows man and woman holding hands over checkerboard. 3) 6” x 7”, unsigned. Shows man and woman back to back reading. 4) 6-1/2” x 9-1/4”, unsigned. Shows old man playing cards with girl. 5) 10-3/4” x 8-1/4”, unsigned. Shows man in tuxedo greets tall elegant woman. 6) 9-1/4” x 14”, unsigned. Shows man and woman at table with cherub having stethoscope to woman’s chest. 7) 9-1/2” x 12-1/2”, unsigned. Shows four women around a table with miniature man being poked at by long hat pin. Books incl: 1) “A Window and Her Friends, 1901” No. 6 illustrated. 2) “Other People, 1911”. 3) “Americans, 1900”. 4) “Drawing, 1897”. 5) “Everyday People, 1911”. 6) “Pictures of People, 1898”. SIZE: 12” x 18”. CONDITION: All sketches are very good. Books have toned bindings, pages intact and generally good. Not examined out of frames. 9-96500 (2,500-3,500)


CHARLES DANA GIBSON (American, 1867-1944) THREE FRAMED PRINTS. Each copyrighted by Collier’s Weekly, 1994/5 with some coloring. Identically housed in fine black and gilt frames with light peach mattes. SIGHT SIZE: Two are 9-1/2” x 13-1/2”; one is 12” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96501 (200-400)


OUTSTANDING TWO DOOR CHIMNEY CUPBOARD IN BROWNISH/RED PAINT. 2/3 length glazed door has three shelves behind. Bottom paneled door has one shelf. Molded edge, square nail construction and bracket type straight base. SIZE: 81” h x 22-1/2” across front x 18-1/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96125 (5,000-7,000)


FROSTED CLAMBROTH AND BLUE PRESSED TULIP WHALE OIL LAMP. Stepped square base, acanthus leaf decoration, brass collar present. SIZE: 11-1/2” h. CONDITION: Bevel at one corner, otherwise very good. 9-96812 (300-500)


BLUE AND CLAMBROTH SANDWICH CANDLESTICK. Interesting frosted look. Hexagonal base with petal form top. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-96798 (100-200)


THREE YELLOW SANDWICH GLASS CANDLESTICKS. Two with loop form bases and hex tops, one with hex bottom and hex top. SIZE: 7”. CONDITION: Some minor chips and roughness. 9-96801; 96797; 96796 (150-250)


PAIR OF PRESSED CLEAR SANDWICH SWEET MEAT COVERED DISHES. Footed bowls have flattened rim with pressed scroll and foliate design. Rims are decorated with grape leaf and vine. Covers have finials and flat edges. SIZE: 6” h x 7-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Roughness and very small chips to covers. Otherwise very good. 9-96811 (500-1,000)


PAIR OF CLEAR SANDWICH TYPE WHALE OIL LAMPS. Flint glass, fonts have waffle, diamond and bullseye decoration. Brass collars, no burners. Six sided star like base. SIZE: 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Some roughness around bases. Otherwise very good. 9-96809 (100-200)


SAMUEL COLMAN (American, 1832-1920) PANORAMIC LANDSCAPE. Fine oil on board scene shows end of pasture with rail fence, rocks and trees looking out over a distant panoramic view. Blue sky with puffy white clouds. Signed bottom right “Sam’l Colman”. Housed in a gilt gesso decorated frame (some repair). SIZE: 6-3/4” x 11-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96757 (2,500-3,500)


AARON DRAPER SHATTUCK (American, 1832-1928) NEW YORK SUNSET LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas scene shows sunset over fall landscape with mountains and lake. Signed lower right “A.D. Shattuck”. Housed in its original fine gilt period gesso decorated deep frame. SIZE: 14” x 20”. CONDITION: Two old patches, cleaned with some inpainting. 9-96778 (6,000-8,000)


HOMER DODGE MARTIN (American, 1836-1897) “AUTUMN-ADIRONDACKS”. Oil on canvas landscape scene shows sloping mountains with fall foliage trees in foreground. Two red trees and a yellow green bush. This is all seen next to a small pond with rock shore. Signed lower right “HD Martin”. Housed in a period carved gesso decorated gold frame with name plaque and title. SIZE: 11-1/4” x 10-1/4”. CONDITION: Relined, places on new stretcher with unique I.A.C. Spring Stretcher. Restored with some inpainting. 9-96971 (3,000-4,000)


BENJAMIN CHAMPNEY (American, 1817-1907) VIEW FROM A NEW ENGLAND FOREST. Oil on canvas early fall scene shows small clearing in woods with large trees and some smaller trees turning color. Signed lower left “B. Champney”. Housed in a fine gilt frame with decorative corner mounts. REFERENCE: This painting was exhibited July 2003 at the New Ipswich, New Hampshire Art Exhibition. Accompanying lot is a certificate of appraisal and authentication from Anthony Capodilupo. SIZE: 24” x 16”. CONDITION: Relined. Very good. 9-96969 (5,000-7,000)