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June 27, 1999 - Partial Auction Results

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Lot Number Description Sale Price
1 PONY DRAWN TRICYCLE, Ca. 1940's: Fully functioning pedal toy featuring a life-like leather harnessed plush pony. The reigns navigate the front wheel. Rubber wheels, steel frame, 50" l. 400
2 SWISS ARMY BIKE: 2nd quarter 20th C. Very complete with period leather spring seat, frame storage pouch, reflector, bell, lamp, pump and wheel lock w/key. Swiss Army license plate. Two-tone paint. Est. $300.00 - $500.00** 275
4 "DINAH" MECHANICAL NEGRO BANK: 6 1/2" h, iron bust of a woman. 175
5A GORHAM STERLING TEA POT: 2 1/2 pint, hinged top, 21 oz. total weight. 200
5B SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON: 2 mechanical feathered birds (rare) in a brass cage. In working order, 11 1/2" h. 325
5C LOT OF VICTORIAN GARNET JEWELRY: A garnet bangle with a safety chain, a large tiered circular garnet brooch, a larger oval brooch with a retractable bail, a converted ring, and earrings. All of the listed pieces are missing stones except the earrings. 400
5E ANTIQUE GARNET JEWELRY LOT: Garnet assortment includes a brooch with missing stones, a garnet necklace, and a pair of earrings. 275
6 DAVIS, Raymond H., (American, 20th C.): "March Snow" (Needham, Mass.), O/C, 12" x 16", SLR & TIT. on artist's label verso. Carved Arts & Crafts period frame. Good period "package" of style, subject and frame. Est. $200.00 - $400.00** 250
7 OAK COMMODE: Carved back splash, paneled sides, 30" w. x 28" h. x 15 1/2" d. 125
7A COCA-COLA SCALE: "The Computing Scale Co., Dayton, OH", immaculate red paint, brass trim and pan. Period scale with contemporary decoration. 150
7B THIS LITTLE SMOKE STAND HAS IT ALL: The upper deck of this wooden stand holds a match holder, covered cobalt glass cigarette jar and ash jar. Open the drawer to expose a metal compartmented humidor. Down below are 2 free standing ash stands with cobalt inserts. 28" H. 275
8 GORGEOUS AESTHETIC STYLE BRASS PLANT STAND: Fitted with an inset marble top embossed border above a reticulated apron, square legs, with a lower internal platform and claw and ball feet. 300
8B MATCHED PAIR OF EASTLAKE VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS: Incised carvings and lines, demi arms. 125
9 GOTHIC STYLE SIDE CHAIR: Solid mahogany with pierced carved back and fleur-de-lis carvings around the apron, spool turn legs. 110
10 PAIRPOINT SILVERPLATE NUT BOWL WITH SQUIRREL: Footed oval bowl, 7"l x 6"h (overall). 150
10A VICTORIAN CHESTNUT COTTAGE WASHSTAND: Features one drawer over two and a door, incised foliate carving throughout, period backsplat (not original to the piece). 160
10C ROYAL BAYREUTH SUGAR AND CREAMER: In the form of tomatoes, 4" h., blue mark. 105
11 WOODEN DRAFTING TABLE: Rests on cast iron legs, 31" x 42" swivel top, 32" h. 175
11A SPOOL CABINET: Maple panels on all 6 drawers, interior compartments, paneled sides and back, 20"h. x 25"w. x 17 1/2"d. 225
12 MAN RAY, (Radinski, Emmanuel) (American/French, 1890 - 1976): Still Life w/ Navajo Carpet and Tabletop Objects, color lithograph/paper, 25" x 19", SLR/pencil/margin (edition of 175). Est. $300.00 - $500.00.** 650
13 IRON GAME TABLE AND 4 EMPIRE STYLE CHAIRS: Highly decorative round table with glass over mesh top and swing arm drink holders. 35" dia. Two scroll arm chairs and two armless side chairs. 350
14 WOODWARD, William, (American, 1859 - 1939): Two New Orleans French Quarter etchings including St. Louis Napoleon. Important provenance! Sold as Lot 14 & 14A. Call for details. Est. $300.00 - $500.00/Each ** 550
14A See Lot 14. Call for details. 550
15B HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD DESK: Featuring 1 over 3 streamlined Modern concave drawers on conical feet. Stamped with model #3978 underneath. Signed on drawer. Note: Entire surface covered with a faux burl finish. 30 1/2"h. x 46"w. x 21 1/8"d. 325
16 6 PIECE HEAD VASE COLLECTION: "Barbara", 5", with hat and eye lashes, a 5" head with upswept hair, hat and beads, a "Napco 1956" head with hand to cheek, hat and eyelashes, 5 1/2", a 5 1/2" with wide brim hat (crazing), a 4" with black upswept hair and a 5 1/2" with eyelashes and bow on her hat. 400
16A CLARKE ART GLASS FAIRY LAMP: Cranberry and yellow swirl shade resting on pink and chartreuse satin swirl ruffle edge bowl and "Clarke's Trademark Cricklite" pressed base. The bowl portion of this lamp is etched "Clarke's Patent Fairy". 6 1/2 h. 325
16B 2 PIECE LOT OF STERLING: Cohr Danish Grape shears and a wax seal. Both stamped sterling. 100
17 SHELLEY CHINTZ: High bidder's choice of 8 luncheon plate, cup and saucer sets. "Summer Glory" in pink background, "Primrose", "Summer Glory" in yellow background, "Maytime" one of 2 "Melody" and one of 2 "Rock Garden". (Interior chip to one "Melody" cup). 150
17 SHELLEY CHINTZ: High bidder's choice of 8 luncheon plate, cup and saucer sets. "Summer Glory" in pink background, "Primrose", "Summer Glory" in yellow background, "Maytime" one of 2 "Melody" and one of 2 "Rock Garden". (Interior chip to one "Melody" cup). 125
17A SHELLEY CHINTZ CREAMER AND SUGAR: In the "Rock Garden" pattern. 110
19 LANE WATERFALL STYLE CEDAR CHEST: Walnut veneer with cedar lining, locking with key, felt lined top shelf. 22"h. x 46"w. Some veneer loss to bottom. 125
19A CARVED TEA TABLE: Cabriole legs with carved knees and feet. Leg supports meet with central finial. Carved flower swags under the apron. 23"h. x 27"d. 170
20 BENTON, Thomas Hart, (American, 1889 - 1975): "Island Hay" lithograph/paper, 10" x 12 1/2" (image), 12 1/4" x 16 1/4" (overall), SLR/pencil/margin. Unframed. 1,100
20A NICHOLS, Dale, William, (American,1904-1089): "Grain Elevator," lithograph/paper, (9 3/8" x 12 3/8" (plate), SLR/pencil/margin. Together with original A.A.A. label. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. Est. $200.00 - $400.00. 250
20B NICHOLS, Dale, William, (American,1904-1089): "Company for Supper," lithograph/paper, 9 1/2" x 13 1/2" (plate), SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. litho affixed to top margin verso. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. Est. $200.00 - $400.00. 350
20C NICHOLS, Dale, William, (American,1904-1089): "The Golden Harvest", lithograph/paper, 7 3/4" x 11 1/2" (plate), SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. litho affixed verso. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. Est. $200.00 - $400.00. 200
20D LEE, Doris Emrick, (1905-1983): "Afternoon Train", lithograph/paper, 9 1/4" x 12" (plate), SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. label affixed verso. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. 100
20E LEE, Doris Emrick, (1905-1983): "Helicopter", lithograph/paper, 8 7/8" x 11 7/8" (plate), SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. label affixed verso. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. Est.$200.00 - $400.00. 200
20G DEHN, Adolph Arthur, (American, 1895-1968): "The Lake" (Central Park), lithograph/paper, 8 3/4" x 13 3/8", SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. label affixed verso. Subscriber's estate. Est. $100.00 - $200.00. 125
20K SCHRIEBER, Georges, (Belgian/American, 1904-1977): "Mare and Colt", lithograph/paper, 9 1/2" x 13 3/4", SLR/pencil/margin. Original A.A.A. label affixed verso. Subscriber's estate. Unframed. Est. $100.00 - $200.00. 100
21 MATCHED PAIR OF RENAISSANCE REVIVAL VICTORIAN ERA UPHOLSTERED ARM CHAIRS: Burl walnut panels to crest and arms. Incised carving to apron and throughout. 500
21A OPALESCENT GLASS EPERGNE: Latticed ruffled glass bowl with trumpet shaped vase. 13 1/2"h. 150
22 HIGHLY DECORATIVE FARM MURAL: Depicting cows and a hay wagon in a sunny pasture with haystacks, barns, a silo, and windmill silhouetted against rolling hills beyond. American, post WWII, oil or acrylic on masonite, approx. 28 1/2" long x 4' high, unframed and sectioned. Apparently the principal portion of a slightly larger composition, the 21 1/2 16" wide panels are #4 through #24, plus half of #25. While discovered in central Florida, the origin appears to be the North East U.S. The ultimate in instant country architectural interior or exterior ornamentation. Offered without reserve. 300
22A DREXEL 5 PIECE EBONIZED DINING SET, WITH TABLE, 2 LEAVES AND 4 CHAIRS: Chairs are accented with caned insert back supports. Round table has Duncan Phyfe style pedestal base and is 44" dia. 150
23 "GONE WITH THE WIND" STYLE BANQUET LAMP: Oil converted to electric. Hand painted glass upper and lower globes with elaborate dragon motifs. Reticulated cast iron base. 29"h. (overall). Rare green to yellow backgrounds. 175
23B BLACK LACQUERED SIDEBOARD: Serpentine front with Japanese decorations and gold highlighting to the front panels. Twist trestle base. 62" w. 200
24 ROYAL VIENNA PORTRAIT PLATES: High bidder's choice of 2, A woman and child with a claret and gold border, or the portrait of dark haired woman with a rose in her hair with dark green and gold border. Each piece is 10" and set in a wooden frame. Blue bee hive mark to each. 125
25 A 1970'S/80'S ART MODERNE REVIVAL/ POST-MODERN DINING OR CONFERENCE TABLE: Probably by Pace. Features two chrome saw horse inspired pedestals surmounted by a 36" x 66" x 1/2" clear glass top. One of the strongest contemporary table designs we have ever offered. Don't miss out! 250
25A SHERATON STYLE WALNUT BANQUET TABLE: Table comes with three leaves and opens up to 76" in length, table is 36" wide and 31" h. 325
25B CONSOLE AND PEDESTAL BY THE LATE AMERICAN DESIGNER ROBERT D. MICLE, 1982: Featuring textured faux patinas and simple modernist lines reminiscent of Jean Michel Frank. Console 27 1/2"h. x 42"w. 14"d. Pedestal 36 1/2" x 12" square. Console base woods are pine and particle board. Console signed & d. 5/21/82 underneath. A rare opportunity to acquire studio works from an up and coming period of collectible decorative arts. Provenance: Estate of the designer. 100
27B DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE DINNER RING: Ring is a diamond petaled flower with a sapphire & diamond center in a very ornate open lattice 14 karat yellow mounting designer signed by "P. Cordier". 250
28 AMERICAN EARLY DIMINUTIVE PINE STORAGE CHEST: Appears ca. 1800 or earlier with 17th C. style bun feet of presumably later origin. Two over four drawers. Dark finish revealing RED paint underneath. Excellent broad dovetails visible on top edge of case. Rose head nails affix panel back. Simple hand wrought iron bales. 30" h. x 23 3/4" w. x 11 3/4" d. (case, excluding feet). The proportions and paint make this a potential "winner"! Local estate. 700
28A ART METAL HALL TABLE: Base in the form of a tree trunk with the branches and leaves being the support for the glass top, 29"h. x 35"w. Matching candle holders complete the set. 400
30 STERLING FLATWARE BY WALLACE IN THE "STRADIVARI" PATTERN: Service for 8, including dinner forks, salad forks, dinner knives, butter knives, 9 soup spoons, 16 tea spoons, a carving set and 11 service pieces. Pattern first introduced in 1937. 800
31 WALNUT LIBRARY/GAME TABLE: Double pedestal supports, top displays banded inlay and opens for game table. 250
32 VICTORIAN LADY'S CHAIR: Elaborated carved crest, demi-arms with detailed carved skirt ending in claw and knuckle feet. 250
32A ROCOCO REVIVAL PARLOUR CHAIR: Oval back, finger rolls with scroll and bead carving, cabriole legs. A matching companion piece to the settee. 225
32B RENAISSANCE REVIVAL LADY'S SLIPPER CHAIR: Carved crest and spoon back style. 275
32C VICTORIAN GENTLEMAN'S CHAIR (SLEEPY HOLLOW CHAIR): Carved crest, finger rolled and button tufting. 150
33 SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE - MUSKET: By Charles B. Hoard, Watertown, N. Y. 1863 lockplate stamp w/ Eagle. 40" round barrel, small pop-up sight, steel bands & tulip end ramrod. Needham conversion to 58CF by Irish American Fenian Society. Excellent condition with lots of case colors on lock, breech block and hammer. Minus strap. Pre-1898. Est. $600.00 - $900.00.** 650
33A PEABODY RIFLE: By Providence Tool Company. Issued to Company E, 3rd Regiment of Connecticut State Militia #1652. Pop-up sight. 45/70. Various stamps. 32 1/4" barrel. Made without sling swivels, excellent condition. Ramrod extends beyond stock to end of barrel. Pre-1898. Est. $500.00 - $700.00** 500
34 DECORATIVE 10 STEP SPIRAL STAIRCASE/ETAGERE: Iron and wood, 86"h. Est. $400.00 - $600.00.** 450
34A VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP WASHSTAND: One drawer over two with single door commode, matching walnut back splash. 175
35 DECORATIVE MARBLE TOP SIDE TABLE: Beveled white marble rests on gilt columnar legs. Lower wooden tier. 22"h. x 24"w. x 18"d. 125
35A CHESTNUT DROP LEAF TABLE: Side table that can double as a nice kitchen table for 2. Opens to 36" diameter. 100
36 LENOX CHINA, "DUBARRY GRAY": Service for 8. To include dinner, salad and bread plates, cups and saucers, a platter, 3 open vegetable bowls and a gravy boat. 300
38A HIGHLY CARVED CIRCASSIAN WOOD DINING SUITE: Round TABLE holds 3 LEAVES, carving around the skirt and is supported by open work carved pedestal. 4 CHAIRS have carved back splats. SERVER carries the same high style and carvings. Sold as a set. 1,450
39 EBONIZED AND HEAVILY INLAID PAPER MACHE SEWING STAND: Extensive mother of pearl inlay throughout top and front with hand applied gilt-tone highlighting to twist trestle base. Scalloped "turtle"/"turret" stepped edge treatments. Early partial interior. Est. $800.00 - $1,200.00.** 800
39A ART DECO DISPLAY CABINET: Shelved interior, 42" x 23" x 10 1/2". 160
40 WEGNER, Paul, (American, 20th C.): "Close Enough for Jazz," patinated, polished and painted bronze, 30 1/2" h. x 27" w. x 14 1/2" d., S./base. Note: A fabulous bronze sculptural grouping depicting three legends of Jazz, both in their day and in later generations. Monk was a major influence of rock musicians of the 1970's, Stewart's "Flat Foot Floogie..." was included in the time capsule of the 1939 World's Fair (he also danced a mean Charleston) and Adderly's group set standards for "tight" performance which remain to this day. Replacement value: $18,000.00** 4,500
41A ROCOCO REVIVAL VICTORIAN SETTEE: Serpentine back, finger roll with scroll and bead carving, cabriole legs, front skirt curving with bowed center, button and tufted green velvet upholstery. 70" wide. Beautiful condition, ready for home or shop. 525
41B PAIR OF RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT DINING CHAIRS: Elaborated carved backs and skirts, seats are upholstered, one back is not upholstered but backing and stuffing are intact. Sold as a pair. 125
42 TIFFANY FAVRILE PARFAIT/WATER STEMS: 6 iridescent gold glasses signed "5 L.C.T. Favrile". Cylindrical with a slight flared top, ball stem and circular base, 5" h. Sold at 1 and 6 times the money. 300
42A TIFFANY FAVRILE JUICE STEMS: 5 iridescent gold glasses signed "5 L.C.T. Favrile". Cylindrical with a slight flared top, ball stem and circular base, 3 1/2" h. Sold at 1 and 5 times the money. 150
42B TIFFANY FAVRILE CORDIALS: 5 iridescent gold glasses signed "L.C.T. Favrile", pinched form, 2 1/4" h. Sold at 1 and 5 times the money. 100
43 MAHOGANY GATELEG TABLE: Turned spindle legs, top measures 15" in length, with leaves up table measures 59"l, 42"w x 27"h . 200
43C RENAISSANCE REVIVAL SIDE CHAIR: Highly carved crest and side supports, seat and backrest are in needlepoint upholstery. 200
44 HUNTER, Robert Douglas, (American, b.1928): "Color Compliments", Still Life with Stoneware, Copper Pan, Flask and Onions on a Draped Table, O/C, 20" x 36", SLR, titled verso. Mid-century molding with linen liner. Local estate find. Est. $1,500.00 - $2,500.00.** 2,500
44A LADIES 5 CARAT DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET: Bracelet is a 14 karat yellow gold spiral design set with 36 round brilliant diamonds. Total diamond weight is approximately 5.0 carats. Estimated Sale Price $1500.00-$1600.00.** 1,450
44C MOSER VASE: Vibrant aqua color, displaying broad faceted cut sides, 9 3/4"h. Signed on the base. Ca. 1950's. 150
44D (POSSIBLY) STEPHENS AND WILLIAMS OR BOHEMIAN BOTTLE NECK VASE: Applied amber snake motif handle to a deep red vase, 8". 100
45 STEUBEN CRYSTAL: High bidder's choice of 2. Wide rim bouquet vase, 5"h. or a bowl with spiral base, 7"d. Both pieces signed. 100
45B STEUBEN QUALITY THREADED GLASS DECANTER: Clear with applied amethyst threading to match the stopper. Pontil mark. 110
46 CONTEMPORARY CAMEO GLASS SHADED LAMP: Red cut to frosted white glass, decorative iron base, 25"h. 150
46A VICTORIAN/NOUVEAU EBONISED VITRINE: Central display compartment with glazed and relief carved door and velvet lined interior. Ornate gallery with reticulated pierced carved supports, oval mirror and pressed carved crest and cabriole legs. 600
47 KIRMAN RUG: Gold and amber colors, 3' x 5'. 200
47A BELOUCH PRAYER RUG: Afghani, 2'8" x 4'8". 175
47B BELOUCH PRAYER RUG: Afghani, with a mosque design, 2'8" x 4'3". 125
48 EARLY ROSEVILLE JARDINIERE AND PEDESTAL: Jar has lion head handles and claw feet at its base. The pedestal has the same lion and claw feet motif. Total height of the jar and pedestal together is 32 3/4". 550
50 LALIQUE "BACCHANTES" VASE: Frosted clear glass, 9 1/2"h. Signature etched "Lalique France". 1,800
50A ART GLASS VASE: Amber glass, detailed wooded scene, faint block letter, acid stamp signature Lalique on base. 10" h x 7 3/4" dia. top tapering to a 4 1/2" dia. bottom. 300
50B "CHAMPS-ELYSEES" MONUMENTAL LALIQUE CRYSTAL BOWL: Of upturned leaf form with a partially polished lyrically irregular rim. 7 1/2" h. x 18" w. x 9 3/4" d. Signed w/ etched signature Lalique, France w/ trademark and also affixed w/ "Made in France" paper label. Local find. 700
51 CHRISTY, Howard Chandler, (American, 1873 - 1952): Woman in a Flowing Gown Motioning Back Against An Elaborate Bedstead, charcoal/paper, 38 3/4" x 25 5/8", S. & D. 1909 LL. Period ebonized pickled oak frame. Provenance: Estate of Frank Werner, Akron, OH / Local collection. Note: Christy's large scale works on paper, often the original cover or feature story artwork for major early 20th C. publications are, for the time being, one of the most affordable areas of iconic American imagery in comparison to their widespread popular appeal and recognition. 1,750
51B LADIES DIAMOND SOLITAIRE ENGAGEMENT RING: Ring is set in a 14 karat gold 6 prong Tiffany style mounting set with an approximately .75 carat SI clarity, j-k color. Estimated Sale Price $950.00-$1,100.00** 850
52 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE GILT ROCOCO CHENETS: Formed by a plinth base surmounted by scroll work supporting cherubs with outstretched arms, each with a flowing sash about their waist. 16 1/4" h. Richmond Hill, Washington, DC area estate. Est. $ 800.00 - $ 1,200.00** 1,100
54 COLOSSAL QUARTER SAWN OAK CARVED SIDEBOARD: With heavy Renaissance revival influenced paneled doors of fruit and nuts flanked by carved griffin colomns. Three carved drawers surmount two large doors. Carved top edge with central projection. Particularly ornate full width crest with applied carving above a dentil-type frieze. Original dark patina. 57"h. x 84"w. x 25 1/2"d. (overall). Est. $1,600.00 - $2,000.00.** 1,600
54A CAUCASIAN RUG: Geometric border and field, 8' x 4'7". 550
54B AFGHANI (?) RUG: 6'11" x 4'2" 400
56 7 LACY DRESDEN FIGURES: In various poses and activities. The largest of these tiny beauties is 4 1/2", the smallest is 3". Very little lace damage. 300
56A SANGO "GEORGETOWN" DINNER SERVICE: 69 pieces of elegant white china with a gold border. 12 soup bowls, 12 dessert bowls, 12 salad plates, 12 bread plates, 11 cups and saucers, 7 dinner plates, 2 platters, and an open vegetable bowl. 150
57 "GEM" ROLLER ORGAN: With 16 wooden cylinders! Original aesthetic movement decoration on grain painted case in good original condition. Black bellows. Appears complete, however crank needs to be attached and keys/pads require restoration. 8 1/2" h. x 14 1/4" x 13" d. Period worn plain canvas strap. Call for cylinder titles. 300
58 TURKISH CARPET: 5'3" X 6'9" 350
58A CAUCASIAN RUNNER": 2'6" X 7"4". 350
58B INDO RUNNER: 2"6" X 9'7". 225
59D LADIES ANTIQUE FILIGREE DIAMOND RING: Ring is an 18 karat white gold very intricately designed ring set in the center with a .15 carat diamond, accented on either side with a small diamond. 175
60 AMERICAN 18TH C. CHIPPENDALE 4 DRAWER CHEST: Cherry or mahogany with graduated drawers having carved raised moldings to case, cut out bracket feet and tongue and groove type molding on top edge and at base. 32"h. x 37 3/4"w. x 18 1/4"d. (overall/top). Side cut out brackets replaced. Back has early rose head nail construction. Drawer dovetails match. Top has sliding type dovetail attachment along sides. Drawer backs and case interior appear clean and of corresponding patina. Three of the four drawers fitted with locks, fourth has faux escutcheon. Period bales (one replaced). Local estate. 2,000
60A AMERICAN 18TH C. CHIPPENDALE 4 DRAWER CHEST: Cherry or mahogany with a cherry top (replaced). Graduated drawers with molded edges. Ogee molding at base. Top also features corresponding edge detail plus carved corners at the front. Cut out bracket feet. 32 3/8"h. x 38 3/8" w. x 20 5/8"d. (overall/top). Note: Case is a fairly desirable 35"w. and overall width should be less than current 38 3/8" with correct top. Dust dividers throughout. Later bat wing pulls and escutcheons. 4 early locks. A good formal Chippendale chest with plenty of potential. Local estate. 3,000
61 MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SECRETARY: Swan neck pediment with flame finial, fall front top drawer exposes a writing surface and cubicles, elaborate bale handles. This mid 20th C. piece was designed to display and store either china or books. 7'h. x 3'10"w. Ready for home or shop. 450
61A SLAG GLASS PARLOR LAMP: Eight panel shade, 23" x 14". 300
62A TRAY LOT OF VINTAGE WATCHES: Approx. 22 wrist and pocket watches. Many are not presently running. Sold as a lot. 125
63D GOLD GILT FIGURAL CLOCK: Cast metal case with female figure lamenting over carved initials in an old oak tree. Movement marked E. G. 329. Figure & movement rests on a marble fronted case richly encrusted with floral festoons and rocaille scrolls. 16 1/2"h. 200
64 INLAID MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE STYLE VITRINE: Of demi-lune form with a convex glass door and corresponding drawer beneath. Inverse lower shelf. 60 3/4"h. x 24"w. x 13"d. Two interior glass shelves, mirror back and key. Excellent display for home or gallery. 900
65A DIMINUTIVE OGEE CLOCK: Grain painted case, tin hand painted face. Manufactured by E.N. Welch. With the key and pendulum. 9"h. x 6"w. x 3 1/2"d. 100
67A VERY UNIQUE RUBY & DIAMOND DUET: A thatch of gold sticks arranged to design a 14 karat pendant and sprinkled with one .15 carat diamond and two .17 carat rubies, hand signed illegibly. To match this is a 14 karat yellow gold contemporary square double "L" ring set with one ruby and one diamond. Included is the original receipt for the pin from "Jonathan Stember Fine Jewelry" 12/11/72. 150
67B GLASS ENCLOSED #1 GOLD PENDANT: The pendant is 14 karat yellow gold framed #1, possibly in diamonds with a chain. 100
67C 1878 CORONET HEAD GOLD COIN: Two and a half dollar piece. 125
68 KNIGHT, W. M., (British, 19th C.): Woman Wearing a Bonnet Gathering Flowers in a Victorian Garden, O/C, 18" x 14", SLL, Reeves & Sons/London canvas stamp verso. Gilt gesso molding, possibly rebronzed. A well balanced and decorative composition. Local home. 700
69 GRANDFATHER CLOCK: Turn of the century walnut longcase, broken pediment crest, angels embossed into corners of metal face. Weights, pendulums, and chimes in working order. 77"h. 300
69A GRANDFATHER CLOCK: Electric movement, moonphase face, chimes may be played at the option of the owner. Arched top with carved molding to the front. 75"h. 300
72B WALNUT BACHELOR'S CHEST/DESK: Middle door opens to reveal compartmented interior with spacious writing surface, 40" x 23" 50". 250
73 BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A LION DEFEATING A SNAKE: On a green marble base, 7" x 9" (over all), bears sig." Bayre" inscribed LFC. 100
74 PINDER, Douglas, H., (British, active turn of the century): Arabs Riding Camels with River and Pyramids Beyond- An Orientalist Landscape, W/C w/gouache, ( 9 3/4" x 20 3/4" (sight), SLR. Simple turn of the century mat and molding. Note: Large vertical water stain within image at left, which could be conserved or "matted out" for display purposes. 100
75A HIGHLY DETAILED CARVED OAK SIDEBOARD: Carved crest is in a scroll and leAF pattern with carved finials, highly elaborate pictorial carved panels, turned column supports, 8'4" x 4'7" x 1'8". 1,350
76 REMINGTON, Frederick: Recast bronze sculpture titled "Big Cheyenne". 29" overall height. 400
76A REMINGTON, Frederick: Recast bronze sculpture titled "Mountain Man". 28" overall height. 300
76B REMINGTON, Frederick: Recast bronze sculpture titled "Trooper". 21" overall height. 300
76C REMINGTON, Frederick: Recast bronze sculpture titled "Rattlesnake". 22" overall height. 350
77 INLAID HEPPLEWHITE STYLE CORNER CHINA CABINET: Flame mahogany veneer, string parquetry, geometric mullions on glass doors opening to a three shelf interior above. Broken pediment and 45 degree canted sides. Bracket feet. Super decorator item. Est. $1,200.00 - $1,800.00.** 1,400
77A WALNUT SPINET DESK: Top opens to reveal pull out writing surface with compartmented interior, single drawer sides ending in spindle turned legs. 300
78A HANDWOVEN WOOL RUG: 2'10" X 5'2", Dark green ground with a center medallion and border. Coordinates with the previous rug. 175
80A LIGHTED DISPLAY SHELF UNIT: Wood frame supports four glass shelves, 71"h x 16"d x 47"w. 200
82 EARLY 19th CENTURY SIX BOARD BLANKET CHEST: With applied lid and base moldings, blind dovetails and a hinged till. 18 3/4"h. x 42 3/4"w x 17 1/4"d (overall). Appears cherry w/a recently oiled finish. Plain keyhole (lock absent). Replaced hinges. Provenance: Local consignor states that the item was acquired directly from the original owner's descendants. Family is said to have emigrated from Pennsylvania to Ohio for religious reasons prior to the Civil War, with a later generation settling in Florida. Est. $400.00 - $600.00.** 250
82B CHIPPENDALE STYLE CLAWFOOT CUSTOM MAHOGANY 5/6 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE: Signed Pennsylvania Furniture Co.. Includes a formidable block front 5 drawer chest, a broken arch with finial reeded column (57"/50 1/2" front/back height) 4 poster double bed, modified block front 5 drawer vanity with attached (but could be used separately) broken arch with finial mirror, a one drawer over door modified block front night stand/cabinet (replaced pull) and a drop-seat cabriole leg vanity bench. 950
83 JOHANN HAVILAND BAVARIAN CHINA SERVICE: 53 piece, white china with delicate blue flowers. 8 each of dinner plates, bread plates, soup bowls and dessert bowls. 7 cups and saucers, 6 butter pats, a coffee pot, creamer, sugar, open vegetable, 2 covered vegetables and the gravy boat. 150
84 WYDEVELD, Arnoud, (Dutch/American, d. 1862): Naturalist Harbor Scene with Fish and Birds Feeding, O/C, 32" x 39 1/2", S. & inscribed "N.Y." LR. Framed in original liner (rebronzed). NOTE: This is probably one of the more important works by Wydeveld ever to be offered at auction. The size and detail indicate it is of exhibition grade. Est. $ 3,000.00 - $ 5,000.00.** 7,000
84A AMERICAN SCHOOL: Couple in a Hillside Meadow with an Extensive River Landscape Beyond, O/C, 30" x 48", SLL w/monogram "H.H." & D. '87. Note: This work had been attributed by the local consignor to Herman Herzog, owing as much to the "H.H." monogram as to the quality. While no authorship by Herzog is necessarily assumed, the composition certainly should be attributable with such a distinctive monogram. Each "H" has a vertical line bisecting the cross piece of the letter. The execution features good lighting and a confident hand. Modern gilt molding with a linen liner. Est. $1,500.00 - $2,500.00.** 1,500
85 ROYAL AUSTRIA FINE CHINA SERVICE: Delicate rose and violet sprays on white porcelain. 10 dinner plates, 11 salad plates, 10 bread plates, 9 cups and saucers, 11 dessert bowls, a gravy boat, covered butter, creamer, sugar and relish dish. 100
85A MAHOGANY CORNER CURIO: 4 tier, one drawer, open bottom, curved front with finial top. Ca.1940's. 325
86A After DE PAREDES, Vincente, (Spanish, 1857-1904): Continental Banquet Interior, tinted heliogravure on paper, 19 1/2" x 30" (sight), S/plate LR. Elaborate Louis XVI style gilt frame. Est $100.00 - $300.00.** 125
87 1930'S BEDROOM SUITE: Dresser, chest, mirror, and bed. Walnut veneer with applied floral decoration. Please note damage leg of the footboard. 350
88 BEJARANO, Manuel Cabral (AGUADO), (Spanish, 1827-1891): The Chess Match: A Continental Interior with a Couple in Formal Attire Engaged in a Chess Match While a Young Lady with a Fan Looks On, O/P, 17 3/4" x 21 7/8", S & D "M.C. Bejarno, S*1871" LR. Bears large inscription "M.P.B." verso. Early 20th C. Continental molding with older plaque inscribed "M.C. Bejarano/Sevilla*1891." A particularly well detailed composition. Estate picture. Est. $8,000.00 - $12,000.00.** --- 7,000
89 MAGNIFICENT HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT CHINA CABINET: Four bays of glazed adjustable shelf display areas surmounted by a broken arch pediment and finial with extensive dentil moldings. Base is comprised of 4 drawers over 4 doors on a plinth base. Center two bays and base area project forward of the side bays for a dramatic block type effect. Entire case is fitted with plain and fancy string inlay and doors have inset oval flame parquetry veneer. Doors also have fancy geometric mullions and drawers are dove tailed. 98"h. x 86"w, x 16"d. (overall). Case is comprised of two manageable pieces and reasonable delivery is available. 3,350
89A COPELAND SPODE ENGLISH TRANSFER CHINA: Multi-colored pattern, ss piece to include 7 dinner plates, 5 salad plates, 6 cups and saucers and 4 bread plates. 225
90 PIANO by LESTER of PHILADELPHIA: Beautiful tiger oak upright cabinet, columnar legs topped by carved acanthus leaves. Paneled sides. Carvings of dragons to the front panel. Ivory keys. 65" wide. 600
93A ELABORATE DECORATED BANQUET MIRROR: Carved floral and ribbon crest, side panels and center mirror are etched in a leaf and ribbon design. 160
94A CELADON STONEWARE TEMPLE TILE (QILIN): Glazed stoneware with traces of brown stain. Mark of Yung Cheng Dynasty on back. 14"h. x 12"w. Depicts Chinese temple guardian to spare the innocent and punish the guilty. 400
96 AMERICAN ART NOUVEAU LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP: With stylized tulips, on a caramel ground with an irregular edge. Original brown patinated metal base with some finish losses. Scattered hairline cracks. 24"h. x 18"d. Note: This attractive, reasonably strong shade design might benefit from display with a bronze base. 350
97 VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP PARLOUR TABLE, ca. 1880: Scalloped edge, finger roll apron with incised carving. 30"h. 350
99 BIRD'S-EYE MAPLE LIBRARY CONSOLE CONFERENCE TABLE: Oval table top is supported with cabriole legs and shell carved motif ending in ball & claw feet. 81"l X 38"w x 30"h. Est. $800.00 - $1000.00.** 600
99A COLLAZZI, J, (?) (EUROPEAN/AMERICAN?): Active 2nd quarter 20th century. Extensive Early Autumn Landscape at Water's Edge, O/C, 30 1/8" X 40 1/16", SLL. Ornate, possibly pre-war frame. Est. $100.00 - $300.00.** 100
100 10 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE: Table with leaf, 6 chairs, hutch, sideboard and buffet. Gothic revival influence and each piece is highlighted with floral and ribbon banding with acanthus leaf and floral scroll accents on the aprons, skirts and legs. 1,250
101 SHERIDAN SILVER PLATE TRAY: 19" heavy footed tray, scroll and shell rim. 180
101B STERLING COMPOTE BY WALLACE: 12" d. with ornate engraving around the rim. 150
102 IMPORTANT RENAISSANCE REVIVAL COURT CUPBOARD: Carved oak, 78"h. x 63"w. x 23"d. Est. $2,500.00 - $3,500.00.** 2,500
103 LOUIS XIV BAROQUE FOYER MIRROR: Featuring an ornate shell crest with a rubbed gilt patina, together with 2 1970 Syroco #3507 Louis XV style rococo composition sconces with bronzed patinas. 150
103A TABLE LAMP: Depicting partially draped stylized male and female figures supporting candelabrum type fixtures with a central cornucopia topped flairing pedestal, second quarter 20th Century. 105
105 HOOSIER STYLE KITCHEN CABINET, Ca. 1930'S: Oak as the primary wood. Flour bin, sifter and 4 spice jars intact. Etched glass panels in the upper doors. Drawers and storage below. 69"h. x 38"w. x 24"d. 250
105A TRAY LOT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER JEWELRY: This lot includes great items like a Mexican silver bracelet, rings, pendants, a large oriental silver? figural pin of a man, sterling enamel yachting flag bracelet, and much more. 150
105B LARGE TRAY LOT OF COSTUME JEWELRY, VINTAGE WATCHES, ETC.: Painted floral pins, fancy rhinestone pins, sterling sailboat pin, Lucite lady, (Jane Russell type), scenic embossed comb holder, men's vintage wristwatches, Clinton silk pins, and much, much, more. 100
106 8 LIGHT CRYSTAL CHANDELIER: With etched shades, crystal arms and shaft. 250
106A BELGIAN IMPRESSIONISTIC FLORAL STILL LIFE BY I.B. DREIER: A contemporary oil on canvas, 36" x 24", encased in an elaborately carved sea scroll and shell motif wooden frame, signed verso as well, I.B. Dreier, dated '72. 200
107C 2 STEIFF GIRAFFES: 13" and 11", ear tags missing. 100
109 TABLE TOP GLOBE: Wooden stand and base. 200
109A ERNKVIST(?), J.(?), (Scandinavian, early 20th C.): City Harbor, An Expressionist Influenced Modernist Composition, O/P, 13" x 15", SLL & TIT. (partially legible) "Ridd*haluin *edd f*im *odn"/pencil verso. Est. $200.00 - $400.00. 150
110 FRENCH AUBUSSON TAPESTRY: Finely hand woven pictorial, 4'8" x 6'10". 800
111A ENGLISH BLUE TRANSFER WARE: "OLD ALTON WARE", 6 dinner plates. (chip to one). 110
112 GRACEFUL CONTINENTAL INSPIRED DEMI-LUNE CONSOLE: Central glass gallery flanked by double shelves atop carved cabriole legs. 38 1/2"h. x 58"w. x 16 1/2"d. Sharp and hard to find. Est. $800.00 - $1,200.00.** 700
113A MASSIVE WILLIAM AND MARY REVIVAL WALNUT HALL TABLE CONSOLE: Trumpet turned columnar legs and bun feet. 27"h. x 42"w. x 21"d. Rich dark finish. 175
115B BRASS SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT COLLECTABLE: A Godman & Snurtleff/Boston 1868/1869 signed, patent, miniature well appointed still with a round brass torch-type burner, glass oval and circular beaker/reservoirs, a sliding/adjustable tin and cast iron apparatus, in the original box (minus lid). Still measures 7 1/2"h. x 8" w. x 3 1/4"d. Bracket positioning suggests additional top evaporation fixture may be missing. An outstanding American industrial revolution artifact! 105
115C LADIES GREEN STONE RING: A large foliage motif cluster ring in 14 karat yellow gold. Ring is set with 8 oval cut sweet pea green stones and one missing. Stones are possibly green sapphires. 100
118 THOMPSON, J.S.,(American, 19th C.): Southern Genre Composition of a Riverside Cabin with an African American Couple in Sunday Attire Departing in a Flat Bottom Boat, O/P, SLL. Turn of the century gilt gesso molding (as found). Note: A strong, luminous regional painting by an as yet unidentified artist. The subject matter should be particularly collectable and may appeal to William Aiken Walker enthusiasts. 300
120 JAPANESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A WOMAN MUSICIAN: Beautifully detailed, signed on base, 10"h., Meiji period. 175
120B CHINESE BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER: With 2 open loop handles, 5" diameter. A 6 character mark within a double rectangle is on the bottom. Exceptional bronze patina. 100
122A R.S. PRUSSIA CREAMER AND SUGAR BOWL: Mold "RSP 706", hand painted rose decoration on white, with rosy gold embellishment, standing on four fancy feet. Mark on the bottom. 200
124 IRISH BELLEEK: Hand painted shamrocks. High bidder's choice of Teapot or Coffeepot. Green mark, Ca. 1946- 1980. 100
124C IRISH BELLEEK: Luncheon set to include 4 cups and saucers, 3 plates, a 10" handled serving plate, covered jam jar and 2 extra saucers. All with hand painted shamrocks. Green mark, ca. 1942-1980. 200
125A LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS STERLING: Comprising a Watson footed nut dish, large compact, 2 Gorham salts, 2 Kirk match holders and trays and 2 Prill match holders and trays. 110
125B TRAY LOT OF VICTORIAN JEWELRY: A fabulous collection of Victorian jewelry accessories such as a fancy large amulet style citrine-like necklace, bracelet, a delicate citrine-like necklace flower necklace, gold pins, a garnet bar pin, and sterling rings. 155
125C A FABULOUS VICTORIAN NECKLACE, PINS & ACCESSORIES LOT: Tray includes a super Victorian bookchain necklace with a red stone Ca. 1860-1880, seed pearl gold pins, a gold link repairable anklet, a large citrine like stone bracelet with matching earrings, and a "Robert" potrait brooch. 150
126 PAIR OF PINK IRON FLAMINGOS: Painted in the fabulous 50's Florida pink. 100
127A A GOTHIC INSPIRED VICTORIAN VANITY BENCH: With a scalloped apron and carved chamfered legs. Recent layers of upholstery. 19 1/2"h. x 18 3/8"w. x 14 1/2"d. (overall). Provenance: Estate of American designer Robert J. Micle. 225
130 GILT MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET, CA. 1930'S: Slightly bowed glass front between 2 glass side lights. Queen Anne style legs. 61"h. x 44"w. 200
130A TURN OF THE CENTURY CHROMOLITHOGRAPH: European landscape with river, faintly signed LL, 24" x 20", encased in a fine heavy gilt frame. 155
132 PORCELAIN FIGURE OF AN ELDERLY WOMAN CARRYING A FAGGOT: 8"h., Unidentified mark of blue wings. 110
133A 2 PC. RHINESTONE JEWELRY LOT: To include an elaborated rhinestone Hattie Carnegie necklace with cascading spider legs and a large circular pinwheel motif rhinestone brooch. 125
137 ART DECO/MODERNE MAHOGANY WARDROBE, CA. 1940's: 4 serpentine front drawers topped with a hat box, alongside a cedar lined closet. 60"h. X 38"w. 150
140D CARVED IVORY KAYAK: With man, mounted on bone. 7"(kayak), 10 1/2"(overall). 100
142A STRUCTO HOOK AND LADDER FIRE TRUCK: Excellent condition, Structo label on the hood. Tires also bear the Structo name, 33". 110
143 CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS AND ART GLASS BALLS: Some old, some not very. Ornaments in the form of a monkey, Santa, teddy bear, clip on bird, Mr. and Mrs. Liberty, pine cones, acorn, grapes and 7 blown glass art glass window baubles. Over 35 pieces in the collection! 110
144 MAHOGANY BUTLER'S CHEST: Top drawer pulls out and doubles as a serving tray. One drawer over 2 doors. 33"h. x 35"l 17"w. 100
146 ROYAL RUDOLSTADT ROSIE O'NEIL KEWPIE JUVENILE CHINA: Teapot, sugar bowl, 4 plates, 6 1/4", and 2 saucers. Child's set adorned with images of "Kewpie". Bears both the Royal Rudolstadt symbol and the Rosie O'Neil copyright. 225
146C LIMITED EDITION BOB MACKIE "BARBIE" DOLL, CA 1991: Comes in an autographed case with a fashion sketch of the gown created by Bob Mackie for Barbie. The dress itself is made of 5000 gold sequins and beads. Original purchase price was $148.00. 150
149A STERLING FLATWARE: A repousse' pattern by National Silver Co. 23 pieces to include a pie server, ladle, 5 soup spoons, a butter knife, 4 salad forks, 6 dinner knives, and 6 tea spoons. 150
150 ROSEVILLE "FUCHSIA" EWER: 10"h. Est. $200.00 - $300.00.** 200
150A HULL ART POTTERY TEAPOT, "WILDFLOWER": 8", butterfly finial to the lid. Est. $150.00 - $250.00.** 325
150D ROSEVILLE "JONQUIL" VASE, 4 1/2". 150
151 OIL LAMPS: Lot of 4, featuring a Pittsburgh "Bellevue", aka as "Coolidge Drape". 115
155 LLADRO GRES FIGURINE #2094: Young girl holding a bunny. 8 1/4"l. 100
156A GRACE PUTNAM BYE-LO BABY: Bisque head, celluloid hands, blue sleepy eyes. Back of neck reads "Copyr. by/Grace Putnam/Made In Germany". 200
156C LOT OF 3 EFFANBEE DOLLS: "Skippy", 14", Suzette, 11" and an unmarked 11" doll in an ice skater's outfit. All dolls are 1940's vintage composition with painted faces. 150
168B 6 HAND PAINTED DELFT TILES: Mounted and framed to form a scenic view of Holland. 14" x 20" (overall). 115
171 PRESS BACK ROCKER: Curved back splats, stiles continue to form arms. A strong sturdy chair. 100
173 AMERICAN EARLY 20th C.: O/C Cows and Goats in a Country Landscape, encased in elaborate gold gilt frame, SLL "PJ Bobeldyk" dated '33 LR, 16" x 24". 150
175 WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE: 3 piece lot of white on dark blue decorated in classical scenes. Pitcher with grape vine border, 6 1/2"h.; Octagonal tray with oak and acorn border, 10 1/2" x 7 1/2" and an oval tray with floral border, 9 1/4". 305
190 VICTORIAN GILT GESSO FRAME: Featuring multiple gilt and decorated liners and a gilt mat. Fitted with a 20th C. photo-reproduction, possibly after Henner. 14 3/16" x 18 1/4" (overall, inside), 22 1/8" x 26 1/4" (outside), image 2 7/8" deep, 13 3/8" x 8 3/4" (sight). Patina and surfaces appear original with moderate wear. Cracklure of gilding and gesso throughout. A strong period chopped molding. 100
196 WONDERFUL LOT OF VINTAGE TABLE LINENS: Lace, eyelet, and linen. 300
209 MAHOGANY CEDAR CHEST: Raised on feet with bar to give a bench effect, 48"w. x 21"h. Added bonus are the linen napkins and tablecloths inside. 175
229 STERLING MINT JULEP CUPS: 4 International "Patrick Henry" tumblers, (18.9 oz. total wt.). Sold with a sterling bon bon dish by Watson. 200
236 LOT OF 6 SILVER CURIOSITIES: To include a hand magnifier, mirror, baby rattles, boot hook and whistle. 150
1000 1974 CADILLAC 900
648005 BRITISH SCHOOL, Turn of the century: Farmer and Team of Horses on a Country Road, O/B, 16"h x 20", bears monogram "F.M.S." (partially legible) LL. Period gilt gesso molding (rebronzed). Est. $100.00 - $200.00 ** 150

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