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1 Click for larger picture CAMBRIDGE SWAN PUNCH BOWL AND 12 SWAN CUPS: Fabulous crystal color punch bowl in the form of a swan with a beautiful, graceful neck. Rests on an oval base. 12 matching cups are 3 1/2''h. Bowl is 17''l. 700
1A Click for larger picture CAMBRIDGE STATUESQUE NUDE CROWN TUSCAN COMPORT: Opaque pink glass nude figure supporting scallop shell dish. Approx. 7 1/2''h. 100
3 Click for larger picture PITTSBURG TABLE LAMP WITH CZECH GLASS SHADE: Original painted finish on Pittsburg base marked PLB Co 2122. The shade is mottled in shades of orange and yellow with an overlay peacock design. We believe it to be Czech and is 16'' dia., free of chips or cracks. The base has a worn painted finish, 2 chain pull lights, 21''h. overall. 700
3A Click for larger picture RIPLEY DOUBLE FONT ''MARRIAGE LAMP'': A rare find indeed. D.C. Ripley blue glass double font with match well center has raised letters ''DC Ripley Pat. Pending''. Connected by a patent dated brass screw connector to an opaque white Atterbury ''Gem'' base. No. 1 Queen Anne burners, Scovill thumbwheels. Straw marks, mold imperfections, and faint age cracks to base. 19 1/2''h. overall including glass chimneys. 1650
4 Click for larger picture LINNELL, John, ? (British, 1792-1882): ''Skiddaw, from near Clifton, Cumberland 1849'', W/C glued to cardboard backing, 4 1/4'' x 5 1/2'', 7 1/2'' x 8 3/4'' with cardboard, pencil marked on cardboard ''The Rising Storm'', J Linnell in pencil lower right corner. Came with an early label with catalog information, title & artist. 275
5 Click for larger picture FRANK M. WHITING STERLING CENTER BOWL: Impressive bowl with pierced, scalloped, and repousse work. Pedestal base mirrors the scalloped design of the border. Hallmarked with the Frank Whiting emblem, 3854, A. Newsalt. 11 1/2'' dia. 4''h, approx. 16 oz. 425
5A Click for larger picture GORHAM STERLING BOWL: A8740. A large center bowl in an unusual rounded square shape with pierced design in the corners. 11 1/4'' dia. 3 1/4''h. Approx. 18.48 oz. No monogram, several pin sized dents. 200
5B Click for larger picture MAGNIFICENT BLACKAMOOR GOLD AND RUBY BROOCH: Carved ebony head with gold hoop earrings, wearing a highly detail carved turban set with cabochon rubies and topped by faceted ruby, collar of deep relief filigree shirt encrusted with more cabochon rubies. Assayed 18k, signed Vesco to left shoulder. Corresponding etching to back by double prong stick pin secured with reverse curved hook. Approx. 2 1/8''h. x 1 3/8''w., 22 grams. Please note occasional dings to rubies. 600
5C Click for larger picture ANTIQUE STERLING EVENING CHATELAINE: Lovely example of a lady's evening chatelaine with four floral embossed items to include, lipstick, powder compact, coin holder, and rouge pot with red stone opening lever. Unger Bros. lipstick and powder compact marked Sterling 925 Fine. Lipstick lid detached from hinge, slight dent to back. Compact with gold wash to interior, mirror losing silver backing to edges. Coin holder marked Sterling and worn fleur de lis mark, no damage noted. Rouge pot by R. Blackinton & Co, #4189, slight generalized denting, mirror losing silver backing to edges. Sterling ring support with four attached chains ending in jump rings for easy on off of your favorite items. Ring and chains 5 1/2''l., overall with current attachments 8 1/2''l. 160
6 Click for larger picture SERRI, Alfredo, (Italian, 1890-1972): Trompe l'oeil, O/Masonite, 6'' x 11 3/4'', signed lower left, encased in original molding. 450
6A Click for larger picture ENGLISH CAST IRON AND BRASS BALANCE SCALE: With 10'' 1/2'' porcelain tray versus brass tray. 35''h. 300
7 Click for larger picture TURN-TEPLITZ AMPHORA VASE, CA. 1892-1905: Iridised finish on a fabulous vase with mid section frieze of moths and upper section with ''jeweled'' spider webs, gold outlines of moths and webs. Bears the Reissner, Stellmacher & Kessel mark, also impressed oval Amphora. Please note bottom rim chips, one of which is visible. 9 1/4''h. 1600
7A Click for larger picture ENGLISH GEORGIAN STYLE THREE DRAWER CHEST: Banded top and drawer fronts with sting inlay. Exotic Tamo wood panels, pierced bat wings pulls and 20th Century construction. 31''h x 30''w x 16''d.16''d. 500
8 Click for larger picture COUDRAY, Lucien, (French, 1864-1932): ''Orpheus'', Bronze medal, struck for the Exhibition Universelle of 1900, 2 3/4''dia. 100
8A Click for larger picture PERIOD SHERATON GAME TABLE: Early to mid 19th C. Mahogany, shaped top, swing leg, 29''h, x 36 1/2''w. x 18 1/2'' when top is folded down. 600
9 Click for larger picture EARLY AMERICAN COUNTRY TWO DRAWER WORK STAND: Applied molding (cock beading) around each of the 2 drawers. Arrow feet. 28 1/2''h, X 22'' X 19 1/2''. 300
9A Click for larger picture WM. SCHILLER & SONS AUSTRIAN MAJOLICA GLAZE CONSOLE BOWL: Venetian motif, pedestal shell shaped bowl. Marked with the framed W.S.&.S. mark. 12''h. x 11''h. 250
9B Click for larger picture CARVED AND INLAID TEAPOY: 19th C English tea caddy on stand or needlework stand. Inlaid marquetry design on hinged lid and 3 panels. Carved legs and feet. Velvet lined interior, ivory finial on lid to fitted space that holds needlework or a tea canister. 28'' x 19'' x 15''. 750
10 Click for larger picture McRICKARD, James P., (American, 1872-): Pennsylvania landscape, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower left, monogrammed lower right, old label attached verso with title and artist, overall with frame 24 3/4'' x 28 1/2''. 350
10A Click for larger picture McRICKARD, James P., (American, 1872-): Pair of landscapes, one an O/canvas board, the other an O/Masonite, both 8'' x 10'' and signed in pencil on back. Condition - O/CB has minor lifting of paint in right margin. 225
10B Click for larger picture KLING MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE: Matched pair of TALL CHESTS, each with 6 drawers ( 2 over 4), 47''h, x 33. x 20''. A one drawer NIGHT STAND, 27''h. x 18'' and a FULL BED with ball posts and leaf carvings. The head and foot board posts are both 47''h. 850
11 Click for larger picture EARLY 19TH C AMERICAN TRANSITIONAL 2 DRAWER WORK STAND: Drop leaves, ogee drawers, arrow feet. 30''h. x 18 1/2'' x 23'' 300
11A Click for larger picture 18TH CENTURY CONSOLE TABLE: Early Georgian or Wm. and Mary. Turned legs with box stretchers. Great patina. 40 '' x 17'' x 29''h. 750
11B Click for larger picture ONE DRAWER CHERRY WRITING TABLE: Single full length drawer, turned legs. 29''H, X 36'' X 19''. Nice piece of American 19th C. furniture. 475
12 Click for larger picture FITZGERALD, John Austen (Anster) (att.), (British, 1819-1906): Set of five O/Bs, fairy scenes/images derived from ''A Midsummer's Night Dream''. 1)Image of a ghost like kneeling female fairy-ish figure with hands clasped in a forest setting, no visible monogram, date or signature, some craquelure in body. 2)Scene with reclining figure by stream with hound and six fairies, 4 1/4'' x 5 7/8'', no visible monogram or signature. Some unstable paint in right margin and lower left corner with pin point specks of paint loss in those areas. 3)Depicts a kneeling female figure holding a flower blossom with seated male figure petting hound and a fairy standing atop a toad, 4 1/4'' x 9 1/4''. 4)Reclining semi-nude female next to a stream with fairies/apparitions, 4 1/4'' x 6'', no visible signature or monogram. Some speckling of paint loss in upper margin and lower margin. 5)Fairy like figure emanating from a flower blossom, with stream and forest in background, 4 1/2'' x 2 1/4''. All works matted and encased in one period 19th C frame bearing the George Bassett, Leicester Square, London label verso. Overall 9 1/2'' x 32 1/2''. Est. $6000/8000** 150000
12A Click for larger picture HIGHAM, Bernard, (British?, -1919): ''To a Higher Plane'', illustration depicting a butterfly winged nude maiden caught in a web, W/C on board, 29'' x 29 1/4, overall with frame 33 1/4'' x 24 1/2'', signed lower left, dated 1917, signed and titled verso along with the artist's address in Surrey, encased in a gilded gesso frame with some damage to the corners. Condition - Painting has several minor pinpoint scuff marks. Higham was an illustrator for several renown British authors in the late 19th and early 20th C. 5000
13 Click for larger picture MARBLE TOP FRENCH COMMODE: 2 drawer serpentine front chest with beveled marble top, cabriole legs, 26''h, 30 1/2''w. x 18 3/4''. 1800
13A Click for larger picture CHERRY AND BIRD'S EYE MAPLE ONE DRAWER WORK STAND: 19th C. cherry work stand with single bird's eye maple drawer. 29''h. x 21'' x 17''. 250
14 Click for larger picture RAMPAZO, Luciano, (French, 1936-): ''Gondola To St. Marks'', O/C, 9'' x 12'', (16'' x 19'' w/frame), SLL, from Merrill Chase, encased in high quality contemporary gold gilt frame. Condition - Small tear in upper margin. 500
15 Click for larger picture FINE MAHOGANY CARLTON HOUSE DESK: Inlaid and banded mahogany with leather top writing surface under U shaped structure of drawers and small cabinets, brass gallery follows the U shape. 50''w, 38 1/2''h, 27''deep. 1300
15A Click for larger picture SHAKER ERA LADDER BACK CHAIR: Splint seat, finials similar to chair style #6. 36''h 125
15B Click for larger picture PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH TOLE DECORATED CHEESE BOX: Bentwood, 19th C, 10 1/4'' dia x 5 3/8''. 2400
16 Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE COFFEE TABLE: Earlier 20th C. Ball and claw foot with gadroon edging along the top. Carved knees, shaped skirt. 20''h. x 35'' x 22''. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 300
16A Click for larger picture PHILADELPHIA STYLE CHIPPENDALE TABLE: Solid mahogany with shaped top. Carved acanthus leaves to knees and feet. Approx. 22''h x 28 1/2'' x 20''. Earlier 20th C. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 700
16B Click for larger picture CHERRY ONE DRAWER STAND: Stiles continue down and form tapered legs. 29 1/2''h, x 22'' x 18''. 250
17 Click for larger picture MAHOGANY 1914 QUEEN ANNE LOWBOY: Single full length drawer over 3 drawers, the center of which is shell carved. Exceptionally well made. The top drawer has hand scripted note attached ''This low boy was made for Miss Atkins by Nathan Margoles Hartford Conn. Oct 9 1914''. Excellent condition with a very slight beginning of a 4'' separation on left side. Approx. 30 1/2''h, 32 1/2''w x 20 1/4''. 1700
17A Click for larger picture PERIOD QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR: With restoration work. 450
17B Click for larger picture QUEEN ANNE STYLE TWO DRAWER LOW CHEST: Mahogany serpentine top over two drawer lower base with slide. Cabriole legs with shell carving to the knees. Circa First Quarter 20th Century. 30 1/2''h. x 39''w. x 21 1/2''d. 750
18 Click for larger picture HARE, John C., (American, 20th C): Dutch canal scene, W/C, 21 3/4'' x 28'', signed lower right, -large stain in center, encased in 30's gilded impressionist frame with some wear, overall 25 1/2'' x 32''. 150
18A Click for larger picture GAERTNER, Carl Frederick, (American, 1898-1952): Winter country landscape with houses, Gouache, 15'' x 21'', signed lower right, dated 1953, overall with frame 20'' x 26''. 600
19 Click for larger picture FINE FEDERAL STYLE 2 DRAWER MAHOGANY STAND: A high style early to mid 20th Century centennial piece. Octagonal top with intricate parquetry detail along upper and lower edges of the body. Highly grained panels to each of the 2 drawers and sides. Rounded reeded legs tapering to arrow feet, carvings at the tops. 28''h. x 21 1/2'' x 15 1/4''. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 1300
19A Click for larger picture MAHOGANY TWO TIER DUMBWAITER TABLE: Carved ball and claw feet and pie crust edges on a two tier mahogany table. 32''h, lower tier is 24''dia. Earlier 20th C. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 300
19B Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY FLOOR LAMP: From the same craftsman as the table lamps. Double socket, original wiring. 53 1/2''h (wood), 64''h. overall. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 500
19C Click for larger picture FOUR HAND CARVED WOOD TABLE LAMPS: A good example of Mr. Roebelt's carvings. Group of 4 carved table or desk lamps, 2 in natural finish, 2 with a gold finish. 7-15''h.(wood base only). Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 225
20 Click for larger picture SINGER, Susi, (Austrian, 20th C): Figural sculpture of a young woman holding a bird, ceramic, 13 1/2'', signed on base with old label on bottom. Some firing flaws/cracks visible when looking up through the piece from the bottom. 750
20A Click for larger picture DIMINUTIVE CARVED MAHOGANY PIE CRUST TABLE: Ball and claw feet, carved pedestal and rim. 14 1/2'' dia., 21 1/4''h. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 350
20B Click for larger picture DIMINUTIVE PIE CRUST TILT TOP TABLE: Mahogany tea table with ball and claw feet. Scalloped edge top is 18'' dia. 22''h. Earlier 20th C. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 500
21 Click for larger picture 18th C CARVED BLANKET CHEST: Overhanging cover, rough hewn single back board. Carving on three sides. Approx. 56'' x 21'' x 24 1/2''h. 1200
21A Click for larger picture HEPPLEWHITE STYLE MAHOGANY GAME TABLE: Shaped top with parquetry inlay geometric design of satinwood over a shaped frieze with oval medallion insets. Tapered legs with string inlay. 29 1/4''h. x 34 3/4''w. x 17 3/4''d. when closed. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 1100
21B Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY FRAMED MIRROR: Finely crafted carved mahogany mirror with gilt shell at the crest and figs and flowers along the sides. Approx. 38'' x 23''. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 800
21C Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR: Rectangular shape with shell and floral carvings, gilt finish. Approx. 35'' x 23''. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 450
21D Click for larger picture ROSE CARVED GOLD GILT MIRROR: Nicely shaped gold over hand carved mahogany framed. Approx. 39'' x 23''. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 350
21E Click for larger picture HAND CARVED MIRROR: Scroll, roses and shell motif with goldtone finish. Approx. 27'' x 20''w. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 350
21F Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR: Gilt enhancement on a hand pierced and gilt wood mirror. Bell flower motif. Approx. 37 3/4'' x 20 3/4. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate 800
22 Click for larger picture PERIOD MINIATURE VERSION OF A FEDERAL CHEST: 2 over 3 drawer chest on bracket feet, applied molding, turned bone ? pulls. 8''h, x 7 1/2''w. Has had some repair work done. 1100
22A Click for larger picture OUTSTANDING QUARTER SAWN OAK, SERPENTINE FRONT WASHSTAND WITH OVAL MIRROR: Exaggerated serpentine overhanging top follows the lines of the curved base. Single full length drawer over double doors. The 26 1/2'' oval beveled mirror is high on carved arms and has a carved crest. Towel bar stretches under the mirror. 65''h, overall. 36''w. 21'' deep. 650
22B Click for larger picture THREE PIECE ROCAILLE CARVED WALL BRACKET SUITE: Comprising, central bracket lower shelf having ribbed rayed body over acanthus leaf decor, upper portion with curved arms and bracket support crest. Rose carved festoon, sold as a suite. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate. Central bracket 22'' x 15'', side brackets 10'' h. 500
22C Click for larger picture SET OF FOUR ROCAILLE CARVED WALL SCONCES: Scrolling foliate design with floral rosettes, single arm lights to each. All sconces are back cut to give 3-D effect when hanging. Hand made by master wood carver Alfred Roebelt. Roebelt's father was a master carver in Thuringa, (now a part of East Germany), then a world renown center for fine furniture crafting. Roebelt passed his masterpiece exam at the age of 17. Coming to America in 1930 he worked for H. Sack & Company in Massachusetts until retirement in 1971. Provenance: Roebelt Estate Measures 17'' h x 5'' w. Set of four sold as a lot. 500
23 Click for larger picture ROCOCO VICTORIAN ARM CHAIR: Fine example of Victoriana. Carved crest, molded frame, bowed seat rail, Pompeian legs, brass casters. Gold crushed velvet upholstery. 44 1/2''h, 26''w. outer arm to arm, 31''deep. 150
23A Click for larger picture PAIR OF EOFF & SHEPARD REPOUSSE SALTS FOR BALL, BLACK & CO: Chinoiserie design on the bowl, each with three ornate curved feet. Ball, Black & Co. is considered to be the leading jewelry house in the nation prior Tiffany & Co. Makers and retailers hallmarks. No silver markings, though believed to be sterling at the least, Eoff & Shepard were known for their artistry using 950. 250
24 Click for larger picture TIFFANY STUDIOS ''GRAPEVINE'' DESK BOX: #809. Bronzed metal over slag glass, ball feet. Impressed ''Tiffany Studios New York 809''. Monogrammed L.M.M. Approx. 2''h., 6 1/2''w., 4 1/8''. 550
24A Click for larger picture TIFFANY STUDIOS ''ADAM'' DESK BLOTTER ENDS: #1776. Signed Tiffany Studios New York. 12 1/4''l. 275
25A Click for larger picture MARIANO, F., (European, 20th C): ''La Robe de Tulle'', Pastel, 12 1/2'' x 9'' sight size, signed lower right, overall with frame 19'' x 14 3/4'', label affixed verso with artist and title, Haley & Steele Art Dealers label affixed verso as well. 400
25B Click for larger picture HAMMERED GOLD CUFF BRACELET: 14k yellow gold cuff with rolled edges, signed Waldman 14k, 3'', 46 grams. 400
25C Click for larger picture ''GOLDEN POINT'' GOLD LINK NECKLACE: Graduated 14k yellow gold oval links, pressure clasp with safety, 18''l., 96 grams, marked ''Golden Point'', 750 to both sides of clasp, and *580AR. 800
26 Click for larger picture ROSEWOOD MARBLE TOP INLAID COMMODE, CA 1800: 3 drawer chest, string inlay. Deep red marble. Approx. 36''h., 48''w x 24''. 1500
26A Click for larger picture ENGLISH GEORGIAN STYLE TWO OVER THREE DRAWER CHEST: Banded top stencil painted with Carpathian elm burl, matching drawer fronts, pierced open bat wing pulls. 20th Century manufacturer elegant high style design and condition. 36''h x 36''w x 19''d. 700
26B Click for larger picture INLAID HEPPLEWHITE OR CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHAIR: Upholstered back and seat, open arm chair. Straight front legs have the same inlaid bellflower as the arms. Approx. 43'' x 26'' x 24''. Alfred Roebelt estate. 700
27 Click for larger picture NEWINGTON 9 BELL BRACKET CLOCK: Cathedral shaped case with protruding stepped molding to the arch. Mid turned finials cresting multi column pilasters with ormolu. Pierced carved front work to arched open sides raised on bun feet. Face marked Newington, Wadhurst. African mahogany case 28''h. x 13''w. x 8''d. 4000
28 Click for larger picture BENNETT, Alfred, (British, 1861-1916): ''North Dramore? Down Ireland'', Landscape, O/C, signed lower right, dated, titled and signed verso, 14'' x 21'', overall with frame 20'' x 27''. Condition - Some small portion of unstable paint in cloud upper margin. 1000
29 Click for larger picture CARVED ITALIAN ROCOCO 9 PC. DINING SUITE: The table features dual Atlantes base of nude men pedestals centering carved flower filled urn. The table surface is paint decorated with gold leaf beveled edges, 105'' x 44'' x 29''h., fitted with a glass top. There are 8 chairs, two being arm chairs. The elaborately carved chairs have figural stiles and floral tapestry upholstery. They are 49''h, seat width is 19''. A must see!!! 3000
29A Click for larger picture MINIATURE MEXICAN STERLING TEA SERVICE: 8 pieces to include tray, 4''l, 3 teapots, the largest being 1 1/8'', creamer, sugar and waste jar. The tray is stamped Mexico 925. 110
29B Click for larger picture FRENCH SNAKE BANGLE BRACELET: Hinged bangle of 18k gold (assayed) with a full bodied snake undulating across and through the top. Snake decorated with seed pearls and emeralds?, please note two separations in snake body, bracelet decorated with delicate bead and wire swirls. Tongue of pressure clasp touch marked and small plaque with ''Brevet Tato'' and illegible mark to underside of snake. No safety chain, overall approx. 2 5/8'' x 2 1/4'', 12 grams. 275
29C Click for larger picture PINK CORAL INSECT BROOCH: Polished pieces of pink coral form the body with 14k yellow gold legs, waist and head with antennas, accented by ruby eyes and natural seed pearl decoration, approx. 1 3/4''l. 200
30 Click for larger picture COPPEDGE, Fern Isabel, (American, 1883-1951): ''Beside the River'', believed to depict Lambertville across the Delaware River, winter scene, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower left, bears a John Wannamaker framer label verso. The consignor's mother, Louanna Jaeger was a neighbor of Coppedge and this painting was purchased directly from artist. Condition - In pristine condition. 105000
30A Click for larger picture ROLLINS, Nana Bickford, (American, 20th C): Winter village scene with figures, horse drawn sleighs and church, Gouache, 13 3/4'' x 17 1/2'' sight size, signed lower right, 22 1/2'' x 26 1/2'' with frame. 425
30B Click for larger picture TREMENDOUS 3ctw LADY'S DIAMOND RING: Center stone of 1.01ct (weighed) Princess cut, purported H VS1, set in 14k white gold mount, 12grams, with 30 invisible set Princess cut diamonds, totaling an additional 2ctw, purported G VS. Yellow gold accent bars to shoulders, marked 14k, 4/4, Wh 14kt. 3100
31 Click for larger picture FRENCH MASSY MANTLE CLOCK: Brass pillar shaped case on footed brass plinth, bell strike, with key and pendulum. Beaded bezel swings out, convex glass crystal, glass exhibition back. 10''h. x 9 1/2''w. 250
31A Click for larger picture CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SOFA: Ball and claw feet and gadroon edging on the frame. Camel back with high rolled arms. Approx. 78''l., 35''h. at the center. Alfred Roebelt Estate. 600
31B Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHAIR & STOOL: Same ball and claw foot, gadrooned edge as the previous sofa. The chair is 43''h, 29'' wing span. The stool is 14''h. Alfred Robelt estate. 350
32 Click for larger picture LUCAS, Wilhelm, (German, 1884-1918): Lubeck from the river, O/C, 29 1/2'' x 21 1/2'', signed lower right. Condition - Small depression in upper left corner, needs cleaning. 800
32A Click for larger picture TSCHECH, Will, (German, 1891): Impressionist restaurant scene with waiter and patrons, O/C, 22'' x 18 3/4'', signed lower right, dated 1913. Condition - This painting has several small punctures, will need cleaning, re-stretching, and a possible reline. example of early 20th C impressionist genre painting. 1300
33C Click for larger picture DIAMOND AND PEARL DANGLE EARRINGS: 8mm cultured white pearls dangle from diamond encrusted post earrings, 18 small diamonds, 14k yellow gold mounts, approx. 1 1/8''l. 250
33D Click for larger picture TWO TONE GOLD LINK BRACELET: 14k gold alternating rows of double link yellow and triple link rose, geometric links, pressure clasp 7''l., 52 grams, no mark found, gold content assayed. 400
34 Click for larger picture PRIMITIVE ARCTIC WHALING EXPEDITION, O/C: 19th or possible late 18th C, 11 1/2'' x 15 1/2'', scene depicts giant sperm whale and figures in a boat with larger ships and icebergs in the background, American flag flying with 13 stars, signed lower left illegibly Oliver **. Condition - Needs cleaning, paint flaking in lower right and left margins, several spots of loose paint throughout, craquelure throughout. An exceptional piece of American history. 6500
34A Click for larger picture ENGLISH BANDED BOW FRONT CHEST: Mid 20th Century conversion, old case with newer insets of satin wood and string inlays. Fore splayed and back bracket feet. Superior condition 40'' x 42'' x 21''. 1300
35 Click for larger picture STERLING TEA SERVICE WITH TRAY: 5 piece service to include coffee pot, 9 1/2''h, teapot, 7''h., creamer, covered sugar, and 22'' tray with handles. Marked with a crescent moon, crown, and unicorn, also sterling 925. Please note very small dent in coffee pot. No monogram. Approx. 100 oz. total. 850
35A Click for larger picture 19th C. BOW FRONT, STRING INLAY, MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS: Featuring spiral carved stiles, banded top, bracket feet. 2 drawers over 3 drawers. Approx. 46''h., 41''w, 20 1/2''deep. 1800
36 Click for larger picture PIOT, Adolphe Etienne, (French, 1850-1910): Young peasant girl seated on a large stone in a forest clearing, O/C, 46'' x 30 1/4'', signed lower right, dated 1870?, encased in gilded molding, not of the period, overall measurements with frame 52'' x 36''. Condition - This painting has been re-lined with some spots of in-painting bordering the girl, and several darker areas visible upon black lighting, possibly inpaint in lower dress, difficult to tell as a result of the old varnish, will require a new lining, cleaning and probably some minor inpaint to make perfect, several small chips of paint loss in the lower left margin. Museum/Investment Quality. Call for any clarification on condition. 35000
36A Click for larger picture PAIR OF MARBLE PEDESTALS: Brass and green marble pedestal with octagonal top. 47 3/4''h, 13'' dia. at the top. 675
37 Click for larger picture PIAGET ''POSSESSION'' RING: 18K yellow gold ring on a ring, outer revolving ring bezel set with 7 diamonds, approx. 1ctw, 18grams, marked to edge of inner band with two touch marks, and inside ''750 A86145 59'', copyright PIAGET 1990, size 10. Advertised by Piaget as ''Two rings that are free yet united, a symbol of love and faithfulness.'' 850
37C Click for larger picture TIFFANY & CO SWISS ARMY KNIFE: Sterling silver, with eighteen karat gold emblem, 2'' long; includes blade, scissors, toothpick, tweezers, nail file, in blue Tiffany bag. 120
37D Click for larger picture LOT OF THREE 14K GOLD BANGLES: Three hinged bangles to include, wide bracelet in swirling brushed floral motif, marked WR 14k, approx. 7/8'' x 2 3/4'' opening; narrow round bracelet in a floral motif, 1/2'' x 2 5/8''; and an oval bangle in a brushed foliate motif, approx. 3/8'' x 2 1/2''. Approx. 66 grams total. 500
38 Click for larger picture SWEET, Charles A., (American, 20th C): Autumnal wooded lakeside scene, O/C, 24'' x 30'', signed lower right Sweet, circa 1930, overall with frame 28'' x 34''. Condition - Needs cleaning, small dime size puncture in lower right quadrant. 200
38A Click for larger picture SWEET, Charles A., (American, 20th C): Impressionist lakeside landscape, O/C, 24'' x 30'', signed lower left Charles A Sweet, overall with frame 28'' x 34'', circa 1930. 200
38B Click for larger picture LARGE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE: Archer huntsman with deer. Plain back. Mounted as a lamp. 17 1/2''h, 36'' overall. 250
39 Click for larger picture NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN PIPE TOMAHAWK: Iron head, wooden handle with primitive style carvings of figures to each side, saw tooth design to end closest to head, hole for rawhide sting, pewter? adornment to mouth piece and end cap. 17 13/16''l. overall, head 7 5/8''l., 2 7/16''w. 1700
39A Click for larger picture BOULE AND IVORY INLAID TANTALUS WITH ETCHED CRYSTAL CORDIAL SET: What a set this is! Hinged burl walnut box with ornate boule inlay and ivory masqueron inlaid into the lid. The interior tray lifts out completely for serving. 4 decanters with faceted stoppers and 14 matching cordial stems, all etched in a delightful dragonfly and flower design. Decanters are 8'', cordials are 3''. The box is 11''h, 12 1/2'' x 10''. 800
40A Click for larger picture DRAKE, Ruth, (American, 20th C): Reclining Nude, O/Canvas Board, 20'' x 24'', signed lower right, overall with frame 26'' x 30''. 250
41A Click for larger picture FOUR DRAWER MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS: earlier 20th C Gentleman's chest of drawers. Bottom drawer is deeper than upper three. Wooden knobs, straight slightly overhanging top. Approx. 46 1/2h. incl. backsplash, x 44'' x 20 1/4''. 150
42A Click for larger picture 19TH C MOSAIC INLAID TRAVEL BOX: Incredible inlay work on this hand crafted box with sarcophagus shaped hinged lid. Upper level is a velvet lined divided interior. Front slides off and exposes 6 drawers. 11 1/2''h, 14'' x 9''. 700
42B Click for larger picture GRAPE MOTIF BIRMINGHAM SILVER CO. SILVER ON COPPER TEA SERVICE: 7 piece set to include 30'' tray, kettle on stand with warmer, coffee pot (hinge is disconnected from the lid), tea pot, creamer, covered sugar, and waste jar. 400
43 Click for larger picture FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE OAK BED: Relief carved floral, festoons and basketry to headboard. Angelic carving with ribbon motif and floral garland to footboard. Headboard measures 57''h x 56'' w, rail length is 74 1/2'' x 51 1/2''. 300
43A Click for larger picture MID 19TH C CHERRY POSTER BED WITH CANNONBALL FINIALS: Shaped headboard, spinning rail at the foot board. Headboard and footboards are 57''h. Inside bed measurements. 72'' long(rails) x 53 1/2'' 500
44 Click for larger picture 19TH C AMERICAN? WINTER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES: O/C, 22'' x 36'', re-enforced signature lower right E Tyler, newer frame, overall 25'' x 39''. Condition - Extensive restoration including reline, in-paint in roughly 15 to 20% of painting to include sky and areas in landscape. 375
45 Click for larger picture FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK IN PRESENTATION CASE: Duverdrey & Bloquel 11 jewel works. The dial is marked Samuel Kirk & Son Co. Baltimore/ marked France at the bottom of the dial. Key wind, in good working order. 5 beveled glass panels with damage to 2. 3 1/2''h, x 2 1/2'' x 2''. Sold with the original felt lined presentation / carrying case and key. 300
45A Click for larger picture PERIOD 2 DRAWER SEWING STAND: Drop leaf sides, double pedestal supports, velvet work storage bag. 29 1/2''h. x 20'' x 15 3/4''. 600
45B Click for larger picture WALTER DURFEE CARVED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK: Signed on the works and brass plate on the dial ''Walter H. Durfee Providence''. Moon phase dial, weight driven, 2 weights, pendulum. 87 ''h x 26''. 7000
46 Click for larger picture PASKELL, William Fredrick, (American, 1866-1951): ''Fisherman's Haven, Rockport, Mass'', O/C, 20'' x 25'', signed lower left, titled in pencil verso, marked ''Shown at Grand Art Studios New York'', encased in period gilded frame. 1000
46A Click for larger picture KAMP, Louise M., (American, 1867-1959): Autumnal landscape, O/Cardboard, 8'' x 10'', signed lower left, encased in contemporary Mexican frame, overall 16'' x 18''. Condition - Several creases in cardboard with minimal paint loss along one crease in the lower margin. 375
47 Click for larger picture LOVELY DIAMOND PENDANT: 18k white gold pendant, approx. 1ctw of princess cut diamonds invisible set to center, approx. 1 3/8''l., currently on a 14k white gold Italian Omega necklace, approx. 18''l. 750
47A Click for larger picture SPARKLING LADY'S 3 DIAMOND RING: Approx. 2ctw of round brilliant cut diamonds, three stone ring set in 14k yellow gold. Center stone measures approx. 7.3mm x 4.5mm, small internal flaw cleverly shielded by one of the prongs, flanked by 4.8mm x 3.1mm and 4.6mm x 2.5mm. Size 9. 2000
47B Click for larger picture VICTORIAN AMETHYST SEED PEARL BROOCH: Hand made creation with a filigree gallery, assayed at least 18k, set with multitudes of tiny natural seed pearls and nine round cut amethyst approx. 2 ctw. Pin and loop for pendant, approx. 1 1/4''dia., 7.5 grams. 750
48 Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE MILK PITCHER: Blue with green and red Guinea hen or peafowl. Crazed finish with hairlines, surface chip near bird. 7 1/2''h. 475
48A Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Rainbow blue and red with hand painted peafowl. No chips or cracks. 1100
48B Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS PEAFOWL CUP AND SAUCER: Hand painted blue, light yellow and red peafowl on red. No chips or cracks. Interior of cup has slight discoloration under glaze. 300
48C Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Hand painted Peafowl on red, impressed crown mark on underside of saucer. No chips or cracks. 500
48D Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Hand painted blue, light green, and red peafowl on red. No chips or cracks, cup has discoloration under the glaze. 250
48E Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Hand painted blue, light green, and red peafowl on red. No chips or cracks, cup has discoloration under the glaze. 400
48F Click for larger picture 19th C SPATTERWARE PEAFOWL HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Green with hand painted peafowl in blue, green, and red. No chips or cracks. 300
48G Click for larger picture 19th C SPATTERWARE PEAFOWL HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER: Green with hand painted Peafowl in blue, yellow, and red. No chips, has a hairline crack. 200
48H Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE CREAM PITCHER: Peafowl on green ground, 3 1/4''h. Chips and hairline along rim. 250
48I Click for larger picture 19TH C SPATTERWARE SUGAR BOWL: Blue with double sided decor, brown fort and green trees on front, back has a single tree. Cover has a green finial. Crazed glaze, minor chips to interior rim under cover. 4''h. No exterior chips or cracks. 600
48J Click for larger picture SPATTERWARE PITCHER: Stick spatter design of vines above a geometrical frieze. Heavy crazing and discoloration. 7 1/4''h. 350
49 Click for larger picture HUGE 18TH CENTURY CARVED EAGLE LECTERN: Deaccession from Seattle Washington Museum, originally from French Chateau. 81''H X 33''. 7000
49A Click for larger picture COUNTRY AMERICAN CHERRY FOUR DRAWER CHEST: Mid 19th C. Slightly overhanging straight top. Deep top drawer, wooden knobs (incomplete). 45''h., 42'' x 19 1/2''. 400
50 Click for larger picture ELKINS, Henry Arthur, (American, 1847-1884): Western landscape, O/C, 20'' x 30'', signed lower right, encased in period over painted gilt molding. Condition - Heavy craquelure throughout, no visible inpaint, has been strip lined. 3200

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