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1 1925 SCHOENHUT TOY "FELIX THE CAT": Righty - O! All original popular cartoon character. All wood with leather ears. Label under the foot. 8"h. 225
2 EXQUISITE EARLY 20TH C. NOUVEAU CARVED IVORY NUDE BUST: 6"h., very detailed carving depicts young woman emerging from a flower bud, sits atop a turned ivory pediment, which in turn is affixed to a turned rosewood pedestal. Older glue mark repair slightly visible between pediment and bust. 700
3 ART DECO FIGURAL LAMP WITH MILLIFIORI GLASS GLOBE SHADE: Signed "Collection Francais", bronzed seal, holding the glass globe shade on his nose, 12"h. 350
5 ENGLISH STERLING MINIATURE PICTURE FRAME SET WITH AGATE STONES: Oval easel back frame outlined in variations of agate, 3 1/2"h., Birmingham, England. 200
6 MUSEUM QUALITY 19TH C PORTRAIT OF MUSTACHED OFFICER/SEA CAPTAINS: O/C, 18 3/4" x 15 1/4", signed S. Blach (Tay?), German label on stretcher, encased in period gilt and ebonized gesso frame. Condition - Craquelier throughout with minor scrapes, in need of cleaning and revarnishing. 200
7 19TH C MAHOGANY GAME TABLE: Flip top over single drawer frieze on four Marlborough legs, 30 1/2"h. x 37"d. x 18" leaves (36"open). 600
7A   FRENCH MARQUETRY ORMOLU STAND: 33"h, 16" dia. 150
8A   GENTLEMAN'S THREE DIAMOND RING: 14k yellow gold band topped with three diamonds, approx. 30 points total, set in compartmented white gold mounting. 100
9 HOWARD, Edith Lucile, (American, 1885-1960): "Col d'Aspne-Pyrenees", O/CB, 10 3/4" x 13 3/4", signed lower right. Director of the Wilmington Academy of Art and the Delaware Art Center, Edith Howard was also a member of the Philadelphia Ten, a group of women who exhibited together. She studied at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and with Elliott Daingerfield and Henry Snell. Affiliations included the American Watercolor Society and the National Association of Women Artists. She was also active in New York City where she taught at the Grand Central Galleries and School of Art. Credit: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" and AskArt.com 500
9B   ARCHITECTURAL CABINET/SIDEBOARD: Front of this cabinet built with the details of a Federal Mansion, 35"h, 46"w. 1,100
10 PERIOD ADVERTISING, CARLISLE WHISKEY TIN LITHOGRAPH: Exceptional condition, 17" x 22" overall. 250
11A ART NOUVEAU ROYAL DUX VASE: Applied fruit, blossoms, and leaves, 12 1/2"h. Marked with circular black stamp. 200
11B AMPHORA TURN TEPLITZ FIGURAL GROUP, CA. 1903-1918: Boy riding a work horse pulling a cart. Monochromatic beige and brown scheme. Impressed Amphora marks and Reissner Works. 10"H, 15"L. 125
12A 19TH C O/B LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN: 9" x 11", signed lower left Kimball, encased in an elaborate period gilt gesso molding. 150
14A CONTEMPORARY MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE WRITING DESK: Three drawer frieze over gadroon molded apron, king and satinwood inlay to banded top, resting atop four cabriole legs with acanthus leaf carved knees, legs ending in ball and claw feet, interior tag to center drawer "Councill", 30 1/4"h. x 30"d. x 60"w. 300
15 TORTOISE SHELL AND BONE BOX: Filagree carved bone over tortoise shell, carved bone paw feet. 2" x 3 1/2". 225
15A   SHAGREEN EYE GLASS CASES, High bidder's choice of 2: One with bronze trim, 6 1/2" or 8"l. 120
15B MINIATURE BRONZE BUSTS: 2 1/2" and 3"h, sold with boot paperweight, a bust on green onyx, and a miniature rendition of nursing ram. 5 pieces sold as a lot. 125
15D   LARGE LAPIS LAZULI TEAR DROP PENDANT: Foliate etched 14k yellow gold mounting, lapis approx. 1 3/4"l., pendant 2 1/2" overall, on 29" gold chain marked Germany. 120
16A   WM BERKEY/ WIDDICOMB TWO TIER SIDE TABLE: Lower tier with drawer and nameplate, 30" oval. 100
17   VERY DIMINUTIVE CARVED MAHOGANY POSTER BED - PERFECT FOR YOUNGSTERS OR PETS: Rice style bed, of recent manufacture. 55"h, 30"w, 44"l. 250
18 ESCHER, Maurits Cornelis, (Dutch, 1898-1972): "Dragon", Wood Engraving, sight size 13 1/2" x 9 3/4", pencil signed lower left, "Eigendruk" written lower right in pencil. Est. $2500/3500** 4,500
18A 1930's BERKEY AND GAY WALNUT SERVER: One extra deep drawer with a delightful veneer. Brass name plate, 38"l. 150
19 INTRICATELY DETAILED MODEL OF THE SHIP "HMS VICTORY": Hand crafted in Honduran mahogany, walnut and oak ( not from a kit). Only survivor of the Battle of Trafalgar. 30"h, 44"l. 400
19A MODEL OF THE 19TH C TALL SHIP, THE "CUTTY SARK": Hand crafted, not from a kit, showing great homage to this famous ship. 29" x 47". 400
20B   NEOCLASSICAL STYLE DINING TABLE WITH 2 LEAVES: Gilt carved acanthus leaves to the single pedestal and feet. 44" round, leaves are 20" each extending table to oval of 84" x 44". 350
21   EASTLAKE VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP CHEST: Rouge marble, 2 drawers over 2, incised carvings. 125
21A MINIATURE SITZENDORF PORCELAIN COVERED URN: Applied flower and putti decoration, pierced handles, 5 3/4"h. 200
21B KPM BERLIN CROWNED PRINCE CHILD PORCELAIN FIGURE: 4 1/4"h. overall, marked with the Imperial orb and blue scepter. Please note condition. 150
21C KPM BERLIN AFRICAN KING PORCELAIN BUST: 4 1/4"h. overall, marked with the Imperial orb and blue scepter. 200
23 DOULTON BURSLEM FLOW BLUE CHAMBER SET: 2 pitchers and bowls with matching chamber pot. English registry number indicates ca. 1897. Est. $850/950** 950
23A   SET OF 3 CARVED MAHOGANY TABLES: 2 round side table and an oval coffee table, wide carved borders, carved pedestal and legs. Sold as lot. 375
24 BADER, Wilhelm, (German, 1855-1920): Italianate landscape with figure on horseback crossing a bridge, O/Panel, 9 1/4" x 12 1/2", signed lower left and verso, dated 1897. 300
24B   19th C. MIRROR: 2 part rectangular mirror with overhanging molded cornice. Spiral and turned columnar stiles, brass rosettes to three of the corners, 38"h. x 17". 100
25 AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST GLOUCESTER DOCK SIDE SCENE WITH FIGURES, O/C: 22" x 27", circa 1935, no visible signature but closely resembling the style of Anthony Thieme. An exceptional example of the Rockport School. Encased in period gilt frame, minor pinhole puncture in upper right corner, minor paint loss in lower left corner, in need of cleaning. 750
25A   LALIQUE "HIGHLANDS" CRYSTAL DECANTER AND 4 TUMBLERS: 11" decanter with stopper, 5 1/2"h tumblers. All acid etched "Crystal Lalique France". 250
25B DEGUE FRENCH ART DECO SHADE: A most stunning and rare chandelier, in frosted, molded glass, signed 'Degue'. Verrerie d'art Degue was established in 1928 by artist and sculptor Edouard Cazaux, and David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compienge. Contemporaries of Lalique and Tiffany, Cazaux and Gueron produced some of the most exquisite Art Deco pieces collected today. Signed 'Degue', the glass pieces were used on the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Degue's retail outlet in Paris closed in 1939. This lovely chandelier measures 14" diameter, 3" deep, and features a classic French Art Deco pattern of angles and flowers, suspended by silk satin cords. Will need to be wired for American service. 150
25C   STEUBEN BLUE GLASS COMPOTE: 3 1/2" dia, 8" dia, signed with Steuben fleur de lis. 150
27   1930'S MAHOGANY BAR STOCKED WITH SCOTTY DOG CRYSTAL: Lift top bar on cabinet base, 34" x 27". 175
27A   TRIBAL CARPET, 7' x 4' 125
29A 19TH C. BRONZE BOX WITH AGATE: Removable interior compartment, reticulated sides, scroll feet, hinged lid. 2"h, 2 1/2" length. 100
29B   PLATINUM DIAMOND CROSS: Delicate lobed cross set with diamonds, approx. 1/3ctw, approx. 1/2" x 1 1/4". 150
30 McKILLOP, William, (American, 20th C): Forest interior landscape, O/C, 20" x 34", signed lower left. Condition - Painting has been cleaned, some spots of in paint and a depressed area in middle with minor paint loss, pin hole punctures. Following is a biography based on information given to AskART.com by Jeffrey Gold of J. Gold Fine Arts, Bellmore, New York. William McKillop is one of those legions of artists, well known during their lifetime but virtually forgotten today. Although listed in "Who Was Who in American Art" and other major reference guides, the information readily available is quite limited. Thankfully, in 1925, Catherine Beach Ely included an entire chapter on McKillop in her book "The Modern Tendency in American Art." The following biography is culled from Ely's writings. McKillop began his art studies at the St. Louis Art School under Edmund Wuerpel prior to 1904. He studied in Paris at the Academy Julian under Jean Paul Laurens and at the Academy of Beaux Arts under Ernest Laurent, and he exhibited several paintings at the Paris Salon. McKillop returned to the United States in 1913 and established a studio where he painted portraits. He exhibited widely including at the National Academy, The Chicago Institute, The Society of Independent Artists, The Allied Artists Exhibitions, and Panama-Pacific Exhibition in San Francisco where he won a silver medal. McKillop is best known for his stylized depictions of woman in interiors, but he also painted genre paintings, landscapes and, apparently, florals (although Beach Ely did not discuss any in her book). He painted numerous pictures of the Brittany countryside and of Tangiers. He also sketched outdoors in the Berkshires near Lee, Massachusetts. During his lifetime, he sold many paintings and was well regarded by his peers, as is evident by his being selected to paint the portrait of the wife of George De Forest Brush, which he exhibited at the National Academy . 450
30A HULMES, Don, (American, 20th C): Hunter's Still Life, O/C, 20" x 24", signed lower right and verso on canvas. 175
30B VICTORIAN WALL CURIO: Worn ebonized finish, gallery around the top, beveled glass door, 28"h. 150
31 DESIGNER OSCAR BACH STAND: Typical Bach with filagree and scrolled metal, name plate, 35"h, 19 1/2" dia., glass top. 2,000
32 19TH C NEOPOLITAN COASTAL SCENE: O/C mounted on Board, view of the Bay of Naples, 11 1/4" x 16 3/4", illegibly monogrammed lower left, encased in elaborate gilt gesso frame. 600
32A LANZA, Luigi, (Italian, 1860): View of the Grand Canal, Venice, O/C, 14" x 20 3/4", signed lower left. Condition - Several punctures in upper right corner. 800
33   HAMILTON LADY'S DIAMOND DRESS WATCH: 14k white gold case encrusted with diamonds, with more diamonds continuing down the original white gold band, 750 - 17 jewel Hamilton works, serial #707406A, missing one very tiny diamond - hard to notice, white gold? hands and numbers, currently keeping time. 175
33B STERLING MASTER SALTS AND PEPPERS BY GRAFF, WASHBOURNE, & DUNN: Ornate design on heavy sterling. Dips are 2 1/2" dia. Shakers are 5"h. 4 pieces sold as a lot. 250
33C   TANZANITE RIBBON CLUSTER RING: Sparkles of lavender set in bright yellow gold. Nine round cut tanzanites, approx. 1ctw accented by one tiny diamond, set in open ribbon of 14k yellow gold. Retail $630. 175
34 WARD, Charles Caleb, (American, 1831-1896): "Asleep in a Sunny Corner", depicts sleeping cats, W/C, 18" x 25", signed lower right, dated 1856, encased in exceptional carved floral motif frame. This piece was pictured in the magazine Monthly Illustrator, 1887 in an article titled "Over My Shoulder" by Mary T. Earl. Est. $4000/6000** 4,500
34A WARD, Charles Caleb, (American, 1831-1896): Indian Father Carrying Child Across a Stream, W/C, 18" x 14", SLL, dated 1887. Est. $2000/3000** 2,500
34B BURLED WOOD LAP DESK: Interior leather top writing surface, stationary and pen compartments, key lock, 7" x 12". 200
35 NIETSCHE, Paul, (Irish, 1855-1960): Impressionist Landscape, O/B, 20" x 24", signed lower right. 1,200
35A   BERKEY & GAY WALNUT DINING TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS, CA. 1930'S: One arm chair, five side chairs, 64"l. 300
36 PERIOD PHILADELPHIA WALNUT FOUR DRAWER CHEST: Graduated drawers, bracket feet, C. 1780-1790, 34 3/4" x 38 1/2" x 21". 9,500
36A CHIPPENDALE FRET-CARVED, CURLY MAPLE MIRROR: Original glass and inner molding, 37 1/4" x 18 3/4" 300
37 PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "Daybreak", Chromolithograph, sight size 17 1/4" x 21 1/2", encased in original frame, marked lower left The House of Art, signed lower right in plate. See website for additional information. 250
37A PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "The Canyon", Chromolithograph, 16 1/2" x 14" sight size, published by Reinthal & Newman New York, encased in original faux wood grain frame. 100
37B PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "Daybreak", Chromolithograph, sight size 17 1/4" x 21 1/2", encased in original frame, marked lower left The House of Art, signed lower right in plate. 250
38 PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "Stars", Chromolithograph, 19 1/2" x 11 1/2", House of Art New York lower left, Maxfield Parrish lower right, encased in original frame. Condition - Some spotting in the sky. 300
38A PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "Garden of Allah", Chromolithograph, 14 1/4" x 29 1/2", encased in original gilt frame. 350
38B PARRISH, Maxfield, (American, 1870-1966): "Hilltop", Chromolithograph, 19 1/2" x 11 1/2", marked House of Art New York lower right, encased in original Parrish frame, partial label affixed verso. 300
39 CARVED AND INLAID TILT-TOP TEA TABLE: Shaped and oval beveled top with highly burled center medallion surrounded by inlay garland. Acanthus leaf carved pedestal, roses carved onto the cabriole legs. 29"h. 30"w. 500
40 EXCEPTIONAL IMPRESSIONIST SCENE WITH FIGURES: Three ladies and a gentleman's head in background, O/B, illegible signature LL G?, 11 1/2" x 9". Est. $300/500** 700
40A 19TH C HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID VANITY: Oval set marquetry inlaid panels to three section top, center of which lifts to reveal dressing mirror and compartmented area below, satinwood string inlay to drawer fronts and tapered legs, 28 1/4" x 31"w. x 19 1/2"d. 250
41   8' X 10' BOKTIARA PERSIAN RUG 250
41A   "MEMORIAL EDITION WHITE HOUSE GALLERY OF THE OFFICIAL PORTRAITS OF THE PRESIDENTS: Reportedly, former property of Black Jack Bouvier, Jackie Kennedy Onasis' father, purchased at an estate sale at the aunt of Jackie O. in Richfield, CT. 1984. Possible remnants of a Presidential Seal affixed to the cover. 275
42A COLLUM, W.F., (American, 20th C): Winter country landscape with farmhouse and sheds, O/Wood Panel, 12" x 16", signed lower left. 100
42B   WATERFORD, CONDIMENT PIECES: To include, 2 marmalade jars (one minus lid), 2 mustards - tiny one includes spoon, and two sets of small cream and open sugars, all in different patterns. 125
42D   WATERFORD, 4 PC LOT: To include, 3 vases and a compote, all marked, two pedestaled, flared top vases, short scooped top vase and a 4"h. 6 1/4"dia. compote. Sold as a lot. 115
42E   LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED CRYSTAL: To include, 2 bells, covered candy dish, 2 wine glasses, "Kildare" old fashion glass, candle holder, tiny jug, paperweight, small low bowl, ashtray. Some marked Waterford. 11 items sold as a lot. 110
43B IVORY TUSK CARVED INTO SCENIC LANDSCAPE: 12"l. on wooden stand. 225
43C CARVED IVORY SEATED SCHOLAR WITH BAMBOO STAFF: Showing red streaks, 10"h. overall with the carved wooden stand. 250
43D MAMMOTH IVORY CARVING OF BOY AND DOG: Interesting form, boy appears to be in "cave" of mammoth ivory, 8" h. 175
43F IVORY TUSK CARVED AS A PIPE: 21"l., please note cracks. 100
43I CARVED IVORY: 2 pieces to include a 4 character netsuke and a carved "clam" with scenic interior, 2"l. 150
44 ALLEN, Anna Elizabeth, (American, 1881): Florida Beach Scene, O/C, 24" x 34", signed lower right. 850
44A   RED VELVET ROCOCO REVIVAL VICTORIAN SETTEE: Curved top rail extends to arms, button and tufted back. 62"l. 250
44B   ORNATELY CARVED VICTORIAN ROCKER: Carved sides form the arms, carved top rail, red velvet to match the settee. 150
46A   FRENCH LIMOGES FINE CHINA DINNER SERVICE: Elite Works, ca. 1900-1941. 37 pieces to include, 6 dinner plates, 6 salad plates, 6 bread plates, 6 dessert bowls, 5 soup bowls, 5 cups and saucers, a large platter, gravy boat, and relish tray. 150
47 ONE OF THE FINEST MAHOGANY DENTAL CABINETS WE'VE SEEN: Upper section has frosted glass doors over mirrored backsplash. Lower section is 25 drawers of varying size, all with glass knobs, over marble surround base. 800
47A EARLY CHELSEA OR SAMPSON PORCELAIN CHICKEN FIGURE: 3 1/4"h. Signed with gold anchor. 100
49 PERIOD PHILADELPHIA QUEEN ANNE HIGHBOY: Ribbed foot, cherry case, C. 1740-1770, 65" x 22 1/2" x 42". Est. $7000/9000** 11,000
49A AN ELEGANT STERLING TEAPOT: Chased scrolled design, ebony handle, no monogram. Marked "Sterling 1 Pint 221", 8 1/2"h. 100
49B   MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHEST OF DRAWERS: 3 over 3 drawers, shell carving to skirt, cabriole legs. 46"l. 200
50C GENTLEMAN'S 1/2CT CANARY YELLOW DIAMOND RING: Bezel set in 14k yellow gold band. 300
51 STIEFF "ROSE" STERLING FLATWARE SERVICE FOR 8: Plus many extra serving pieces. 78 pieces to include, 8 each of dinner knives (9"), dinner forks (6 3/4"), salad forks, teaspoons, iced tea spoons, soup spoons, cocktail forks, flat handle butter knives, and a tomato server, angel food knife, 2 different carving knives, carving fork, gravy ladle, berry spoon, fish server, cake server, master butter, sugar spoon, and 3 service spoons. Marked with the earlier "Sterling Stieff Pat." mark. Est. $1800/2200** 2,250
51A   19TH C RED PAINTED, SCALLOPED OPEN CUPBOARD: One piece cupboard with shaped cornice, scalloped front stiles, and open shelving to upper section. Lower section with plain panel doors. Paneled back, peg and nail construction. 5'h, 47"w. 250
51B   QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY HIGHBOY: Bonnet top with rosette carvings to broken pediment, 11 drawers, 75"h, 36"w. 300
53 COCTEAU, Jean, (French, 1889-1963): "Le Fils De l'Air", pen & ink, 9 1/4" x 7 1/4" sight size, signed lower right. Est. $600/800** 900
53A COCTEAU, Jean, (French, 1889-1963): "Portrait of Self at Masquerade", Pen & Ink, 7 1/2" x 6 1/2" sight size, signed lower right, titled verso. Est. $600/800** 900
54 COCTEAU, Jean, (French, 1889-1963): Booklet of Les Contemporains "Picasso", limited edition, dated 1923, 128 pages. Est. $400/600** 400
54A COCTEAU, Jean, (French, 1889-1963): Book "Le Coq Et l'Arlequin - Notes Autour de la Musique", former property of listed Dutch artist Louis Saalborn, autographed inside cover page, dated 1918. 300
54B   ART DECO SECRETARY DESK: Illuminated interior in arched top curio next to drop front desk over open shelving, next to cabinet door. 54"h at the highest level, 55"w. 275
55 19TH CENTURY WALNUT STEP BACK SECRETARY BOOKCASE: Straight top with dentil molding, upper section bookcase has glass doors with Star of David fretwork. Lower section with 2 drawers under drop front secretary. Note the carved Star of David on one of the cubicle doors. Prominent gadroon edging to drawers and sides. 71"h., 36"w. 1,000
56 HUGE PERIOD CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BOOKCASE SECRETARY: Late 18th early 19th C, astragal glazed doors with 13 individual panes, multi drawer valance fitted interior with embossed leather writing surface, scroll inlay to drawer fronts, reeded quarter columns, heavy dovetail construction, 99 1/4"h. x 53 1/2" x 24 3/4". 2,000
56A GERMAN STERLING FLATWARE SERVICE FOR 8: 39 piece set to include, 8 each of dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, dinner spoons, and tea spoons, a casserole spoon, berry spoon, gravy ladle, 3 piece carving set and a pie/cake server. German Reich silver mark, also marked "925HTB Sterling", bright cut design. Sold in the wooden silver box with key. 400
57 HUGE CONTEMPORARY DOUBLE BEVELED GLASS PARLOR MIRROR: In deep dish gold gilt frame, overall approx. 90" x 57". 600
58A LOBOS, Alfredo, (Chilean, 1890-1974): Village landscape with snow capped peaks in distance, O/C, 27 1/2" x 39 1/2", signed lower right, dated 1954. 150
58B MEXICAN BLACK OPAL RING: Outstanding Mexican black opal ring has a huge center stone bezel set in a wide unique band accented by bezel set blue green diamonds on each side. The opal is full of incredible green, blue, orange and gold fire, enhanced by a dark background. Retail $2200. 250
58C   BEAUTIFUL DEEP BLUE OPAL BRACELET: Each 14k white gold link features an opal with not so much flash as mysterious glow of colors, approx. 18.5ctw of opal accented by white sapphires, 8"l. plenty long enough to remove a couple links into earrings. 275
60   ORNATE BRASS MARBLE TOP FERN STAND: Bowed and curved legs ending in scrolled feet, reticulated skirt, white marble top. 35 1/2"h. 150
60A   WATERFORD, 2 PC "BOYNE": Decanter with stopper and 6" milk pitcher. 150
60B   WATERFORD, 34 PCS OF THE LOVELY LISMORE PATTERN: To include, Old Fashion glasses, 8 - 12oz. and 4 - 9oz with rounded base; 7 sherry stems, 3 port stems, 4 champagne flutes, 6 cordials and 2 brandy snifters. Sold as a lot. 550
60C   WATERFORD, 6 SHERBETS: Attached saucers, 5 in the Lismore pattern and one other. 225
61A BARLOW, Gordon, (British, 19th/20th C): Kinetic Mirror Sculpture, motorized, 17"h., signed on base. 150
62 COLLECTION OF 15 SULAMITH SOKOLSKY RELIGIOUS ILLUSTRATIONS: Unframed, 15" x 11", signed lower right. 250
63A   PAIR OF GILT CARVED WOODEN SCONCES: Each with a carved child masqueron, 20"h. 250
64 KROLL, Leon, (American, 1884-1974): Portrait of young girl in an interior, O/C, 30" x 24", signed lower right, signed on canvas verso. Condition: Area in chest with several spots of paint lifting, lower left corner with speck of paint loss, minor blemish in hair, estate fresh! 1,000
64A ZIC, Zivko, (American, 20th C): Tugboats, O/M, 11 3/4" x 15 3/4", signed lower right. 250
65B   PERSIAN KASHAN: Approx. 9'9" x 6'6" 400
65C   PERSIAN SANJAN RUNNER: Approx. 9'4" x 3'2" 200
66 1920's PANELED SLAG GLASS LAMP: 8 panels of caramel slag glass over rims of green glass with metal filagree frame. One pull chain socket. 21"h, 16" shade. 300
66A LOVELY THREE STONE NECKLACE: Centered by a Euro cut diamond of approx. 91pts., 1/4ct round brilliant below and large synthetic ruby above, all set in 14k white gold on a 16" chain. 700
66B FABULOUS OPAL AND DIAMOND RING: Large opal with translucent base and pink and green flash, approx. 21mm x 12mm x 7mm, surrounded by a multitude of small diamonds, set in 14k white gold. 500
67 TENRE, Charles Henry, (French, 1864-1926): Soldier courting a young woman sewing in genre French interior scene, O/Cardboard/mounted on cradled panel, 11 3/4" x 14 1/4", signed lower right. 2,000
68A LATE 18TH C FRENCH SETTEE: Back rest carved with four raised panel inserts, faux leopard upholstery, 6'l., 41 1/2"h., 29"d. 600
69 19TH C EUROPEAN W/C PORTRAIT OF A WELL TO DO WOMAN IN A GARDEN LANDSCAPE: 15" x 10 1/4", monogrammed lower right. 100
69A SCOTT, Campbell, (British, 20th C): River valley landscape with cottage, O/C, 20" x 30", signed lower left, encased in period carved gilt frame. Condition - Craquelier throughout, small puncture in left margin. 300
70A TESTA-SECCA, Joseph, (American, 20th C): "Shofar", Pen & Ink Drawing, 10 1/2" x 7 3/4", signed lower left, dated 56 lower right, titled upper left, label affixed verso. 150
71A   CHARMING FLORAL BROOCH: Bouquet of emerald, ruby and pearl petal flowers set in 14k yellow gold with even more stones to the etched foliate accent, 1 3/4". 200
72 SPEYER, Christian Georg, (German, 1855-1929): Landscape with man on horseback with plow horse on lead watering at stream with wooden bridge in background, O/C un-stretched, 35" x 31", signed lower right, dated 1921. 1,150
72A 19TH C GERMANIC INTERIOR SCENE WITH FEMALE FIGURES: O/Paper, 7" x 6 1/4", no visible signature. 200
73 GOLDEN OAK TRIPLE BOW FRONT CHINA CABINET: Features a carved backsplash set with beveled mirror. Top shelf has mirror back, Plate grooves to the shelves. 67 1/2"h, 36"w. 600
73B   GILT METAL FLOOR LAMP WITH MARBLE TABLE AND FRENCH ART GLASS TULIP SHADES: 5 lights with white opaque art glass shades and large center globe. 175
74 RARE CARVED WOOD PANEL USED FOR PRINT MAKING: Scene depicts circus performers in action, artist unknown, circa late 19th C., 27" x 39". Condition - Repaired crack along upper horizontal quarter, minor chips throughout. 200
74A YOSHIDA, Toshi, (Japan, 1911-1995): "Friendly Garden", Triptych, woodblocks, sight size 20 1/2" x 10", chop marks lower left, signed in Japanese LR. Est. $500/700** 700
74B   CARVED OAK HALL TREE: Beveled mirror, center drawer with carved lion head handle, umbrella trays, 8' x 35". Of contemporary manufacture. 450
75   HEAVILY CARVED OAK BELGIUM STEP BACK CUPBOARD: Upper section has triple doors, turned supports, lower section is 2 drawers over double cabinet door. Every drawer and door is carved in a variety of motifs. Approx. 100"h. 55"w. 1,000
76A RIPLEY, Aiden Lassell, (American, 1896-1969): Grouse in tree, Dry Point Etching, 9" x 11 3/8" with margin, signed in pencil lower left. 150
78 ABSTRACT O/B BY D. ANDERSON, "Fractured Elements": 18" x 24", signed lower right. 200
79A   PAIR OF SHERATON STYLE, WING BACK EASY CHAIRS: Mahogany frames with handsome reeded legs. 150
80 AMERICAN GOLDEN OAK TURN OF THE CENTURY THREE PIECE BEDROOM SUITE: To include, fancy 67"h. full size BED with applied carvings, serpentine front 2 over 3 drawer DRESSER with shaped, beveled, swing mirror, and a WASHSTAND with high towel bar and serpentine top. 1,200
80A   AMERICAN GOLDEN OAK TALL CHEST WITH HAT BOX: Carving to the backsplash, overhanging top, straight front, paneled sides. Approx. 4'h, 33"w. 350
81 INDONESIAN MARKET SCENE: Depicting scantily clad maidens with melons, O/C, 35" x 54", signed lower right M. Suharta. 200
81A   CHIPPENDALE STYLE CAMEL BACK SOFA: Straight mahogany legs, 78"l. 250
83A   RARE RED LUSTER GLASS ALADDIN LAMP WITH ORIGINAL FLORAL SHADE: Thumbwheel signed Aladdin, electrified. 25"h. 200
84A 9 TILE MOSAIC PAINTED EUROPEAN GENRE SCENE: 23 1/2" x 23 1/2" overall, signed lower left A Crivellaro, dated 20. 150
84B 9 TILE MOSAIC PAINTED MODERNE PICTURE: 23 1/2" x 23 1/2" overall, no visible signature. Condition - Damage to upper right tile and middle far left tile. 150
84C 9 TILE MOSAIC PAINTED EUROPEAN GENRE SCENE: 23 1/2" x 23 1/2" overall, signed lower left A. Crivellaro, dated 20. 150
85 INDO WILLIAM MORRIS DESIGN CARPET: Approx. 9' X 12'. $975/1250** 750
86B   KARASTAN CARPET: Approx. 12' x 14', ivory #759. 650
87A MAHOGANY BONNET TOP SECRETARY BOOKCASE: Broken pediment with flame finial, serpentine front, 4 drawer, lower section. 7'2"h, 36"w. 550
87F   30" STRAND OF BAROQUE PEARLS: Interesting shapes and lovely luster, double knotted for secure enjoyment. 100
88 BROCARD, P., (French, 19/20th C): "Le Printemps", O/C, 27" x 48", signed lower left, original gilt gesso frame. 225
88A LATE 18TH C EARLY 19TH C? PORTRAIT OF YOUNG GIRL AND HER KITTEN: O/C, 30" x 24", no visible signature. Condition - has been relined and re-stretched, with some inpaint visible in background. 300
88B   QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY HIGH BOY, CA. 1930'S: Straight top, 64"h. 250
89 NATIONAL MT. AIRY "LOUIS PHILLIPE" BEDROOM SUITE: Pair of twin SLEIGH BEDS, a double DRESSER, NIGHTSTAND and fully functional ARMOIRE with interior shelves and clothes bar. Very solid, high quality contemporary manufacture. 850
89A   ROGERS "GLENROSE" 5 PIECE SILVERPLATED TEA SERVICE: 2 pots, creamer and sugar, all on matching tray. 125
90 FRATIN, Christophe, (French, 1810-1864): Stallion, bronze sculpture, 24 1/2"h. x 31"l., signed on base, mounted on a green variegated marble plinth. 800
91A   3 DRAWER MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE: 31"h, 42"w. 125
91B   IRANIAN WOOL HAND KNOTTED CARPET: Approx. 10' x 7'. 225
92 ICART, Louis, (American, 1888-1950): "Casanova", vintage color etching, sight size 20" x 13", pencil signed lower right. Condition - Damage in upper left corner, water damage to lower quarter as well as a tear. 400
92A EMPIRE SOFA: Scroll arm sofa, carved top rail, straight skirt, scrolled feet, 7'l. 200
92B   A REALLY OLD CARVED SAINT FRANCIS: Some paint and plaster remnants, glass eyes, 34"h., please note condition and loose hand. 275
93 ERTE, (Russian/French, 1892-1990): Four out of seven, from the Seven Deadly Sins Suite, Serigraphs, each 26 1/4" x 20 1/2", unsigned and unnumbered. To include, "Anger", "Avarice", "Gluttony" and "Envy", sold as a suite. 100
93B LATE FEDERAL CARVED CONVEX MIRROR: Full bodied eagle motif to crest with flanking pierced foliate scroll, approx. 38"h. x 27"w. 400
93C   EAGLE CRESTED, SILVERED AND CARVED WOOD MIRROR, CA. 1880's: Horns a plenty wrap the sides. 27"h. 150
96B   BANDED MAHOGANY OVAL TOP LIBRARY TABLE: One drawer, 4' oval top, double pedestal with massive turned legs. 400
97 SILK CARPET: 8' X 10', Chinese celadon green ground with birds. 800
97B   FRENCH EMPIRE INLAID MANTLE CLOCK: Parquetry inlay base and top with carved spiral columns. Gilt metal frames the enamel dial. Works are Pouille A Paris. Bell strikes a delicate gong. 17 1/2"h. 575
98 GOODALL, Frederick, RA (British, 1822-1904): Figures in an Egyptian landscape with pyramids, W/C, 4 3/4" x 11". 2,750
98B GENTLEMAN'S DIAMOND RING: Elegant and attractive diamond ring features 5 gorgeous and sizeable, bright and sparkly stones, approx. 1ctw, channel set in a traditional heavy band style ring. Retail $4250. 500
98C   PAIR OF TEAL BLUE DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS: Approx. 1.44ctw set in 14k yellow gold with screw backs for secure enjoyment. 200
99 ELEGANT MAHOGANY EDWARDIAN ETAGERE: Extraordinarily ornate, velvet lined triple curios each with 6 individually glazed shaped panes of glass. Center cabinet with curved glass under a shield shaped double bevel glass mirror with pierced carved bonnet above. 7'h, 57"w, 16"deep. 2,600
99A FEDERAL HEPPLEWHITE STYLE MAHOGANY STRING INLAY SIDEBOARD: Top follows the shape of the slightly bowed center of 3 drawers in graduated size. 6 legs ending in spade feet, lions head pulls. Functioning locks and key. Brass name plate states Philip Strobel & Sons, Elizabeth Street NY. 5'w. 1,250
100 VIDAL, Gustave, (French, 1895-1966): Coastal scene with boats and figures, O/C, 21 1/4" x 25 1/2", signed lower right, encased in original painted frame. 750
100A MULTI TIER FACETED CRYSTAL CHANDELIER: Both electric and candle power, 38"h. x 26"dia. 350
102 FRENCH GILT BRONZE MOUNTED CHINESE CELADON CHARGERS, Sold at 1 and 2 times the money. Bold butterfly, insect, berry and floral decoration, signed on the underside. Late 18th C chargers. later gilt mounting. 11 1/2" dia. 1,000
102A   EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OPEN ARM SETTEE: Ornately carved center splat and crest of top rail, newly upholstered in sassy stripe. 46"l. 200
103B   SPARKLING DIAMOND: Round brilliant cut, approx. 45pts, set in 14k white gold pierced earring. 200
104A   DECORATIVE CARVED SEATED CHINESE WARRIOR/PROTECTOR: Painted in gold, black and iron red. 15"H. 200
105A ANTIQUE BONE OPIUM PIPE: Bands of silver embossed with dragons centering a turquoise stone. 17"l. Late Ching. 300
106 SILBURT, Josh, (Canadian, 1914-1991): "Rocks and Trees", impressionist landscape, O/M, 12" x 16", signed lower left, titled verso and marked Rosseau Ont #12-191, 250
106A   ANTIQUE CHINESE CARVED WOODEN WARRIOR: Very minor paint or gilt loss, 17"h. 150
106B   CHING DYNASTY? BRONZE VASE: Base is supported on 3 winged mythical creatures, 10"h. 175
107C ANTIQUE STYLE BLUE DIAMOND RING: This 14k white gold estate antique style ring features a gorgeous bright turquoise blue diamond set down into a intricately detailed filligree ring reminiscent of your grandmothers. This elegant piece compliments the blue diamond beautifully and is accented by white diamonds. Retail $1350. 200
108B   CARVED JADE DRAGON DISC: Outer rim of 4 dragons, center medallion, large dragon watches over all. 17"h. 150
109 ATKINSON, Howard, (American, 20th C): "The Creek in October, forest landscape with stream, O/C, 24" x 36", signed lower right, encased in original carved gilt frame, titled on stretcher verso. 150
110C   KASHMIR SAPPHIRE RING: This beautiful antique style ring features three oval cut, genuine, sparkling royal blue sapphires, approx. 1ctw, set in a 14kt yellow gold estate style ring. Retail $500. 150
111   HAND TIED CHINESE CARPET: Approx. 9' x 12', Phoenix bird on blue ground. 500
112 TORDAY-SZEKELY, (European, 20th C): Spring Landscape with flowers in bloom along a river, O/C, 15 3/4" x 19 3/4", signed lower left, signed on canvas verso. Condition - Some paint loss in lower margin. 125
113 19TH C PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL HOLDING FLOWERS: O/C, 36" x 20 1/2", signed lower left Jessie McClung, encased in original period gilt frame. 150
113B   TWO NORTHERN ELM CHINESE SQUARE STOOLS FROM THE SHANDONG PROVINCE, CA. 1890-1910: Traditional style with horse hoof feet. 125
113C   FRENCH CARVED SOFA: Green velvet upholstery on frame with carved top rail and skirt, 4 paw feet across the front. 73"l. 150
115A   TIBETAN SILVER JEWELRY: 3 piece lot to include large silver repousse pendant on chain, pair of hoop earrings and a pair of hair clips. Sold as a lot. 100
117B   FINELY CARVED JADE BIRD ON BRANCH: 9 1/2"h, sold with carved jade covered jar covered with roses, 7 1/2"h. Both pieces on wooden stand. 200
117C   PUFFED GOLD & DIAMOND RING: Two tone puff of gold centered by a princess cut golden diamond, approx. 1/2ct., 14k gold. 200
118 EUROPEAN O/C LANDSCAPE WITH WOMEN ATOP A MOUNTAIN CREST OVERLOOKING A VALLEY: After C. Spitzweg, 20" x 16", signed verso B. Kiebel, encased in intricate gilt gesso C scroll and floral cartouche molding. Condition - Has been patched in upper middle portion with in paint. 225
119A   TWO DELIGHTFUL BURMESE PUPPETS, CA. MID 1900'S: Wooden puppets dressed in elaborate sequined and beaded outfits representing the king and prince in official court dress. 16 and 21" h. 125
120 FLORSHEIM, Richard, (American, 1916): "Causeway", O/B, 4" x 12", signed in bottom margin, Frank J Oehlschlaeger Gallery label verso. 200
121   FAIENCE POTTERY AND ORNATE METAL, OIL BURNING CHANDELIER: Butterflies and masqueron filagree metal work, white glass shade, smoke bell, approx. 4'l. 125
122 HUNGERFORD, Marian, (American, 20th C): Pair of coastal landscapes, O/CB, 12" x 16", both signed. Marian Hungerford is listed in "Women Artist's of New Britain". 100
123 E. HOWARD & Co., BOSTON, 14K POCKET WATCH: Series VII, works marked E. Howard & Co. Boston, "N" denoting 18 size, serial #203584 dating watch to 1880-1899, clear dust cover over works, hard enamel dial with black Roman numerals. Solid 14k yellow gold hunt case by M.F.&Co., with engine turned decoration to lid and back, marked "Warranted 14K U.S.Assayed", Serial 23341. Not currently keeping time. 500
123A BALL WATCH CO. OFFICIAL RR STANDARD POCKET WATCH: 21 jewel works, 6 positions adjusted, #999B, screw back case #126, 10k gold filled, #8512911, open face with Ball dial. 550
123C   TWO GOLD FILLED POCKET WATCHES: Elgin Model 1, size 6, three quarter plate hunting case serial #121214, works serial #2917570, dating to 1888, lever set, currently keeping time, paper calendar insert for 1893, lovely etching to outside of flowers, horse shoe and lakeside cabin, please note small wear mark beside neck. And, E. Howard/Keystone open face, 17 jewel works serial #1344101, 1920 temperature adjust 3 position, case with simple design to back serial #1532159, not currently working. Sold as a lot. 125
125   MACEY FOUR STACK GOLDEN OAK BOOKCASE: In excellent condition, 63"h. 500
125A   GLOBE WORNICKI GOLDEN OAK 3 STACK OAK BOOKCASE WITH BOTTOM DRAWER: In as good condition as the 4 stacker. 47"h. 450
125B GENTLEMAN'S RUBY RING: This classically styled man's ring features a unique bezel set ruby cabochon with .22ctw of designer black and white diamonds pave set elegantly in a bold look on an oval shaped band. Retail $1000. 125
126 PICASSO, Pablo, (Spanish, 1881-1973): "Dove of Peace", Color offset lithograph, 22" x 30", signed in plate lower right, dated 1962, on embossed paper. Condition - Some staining and creases running vertically in two sections. 150
127 19TH C EUROPEAN O/C OF WEARY PEASANT TRAVELER IN A GRAVEYARD: 17" x 14", illegibly signed LR W.V. H? 200
127A   VINTAGE EARLY 20TH C. CHANDELIER: Dome satin blue and white shade under central light, 4 additional lights around the circumference of the art metal fixture. Shade is approx. 10" dia. 100
127B   PERIOD 1920'S POLYCHROME CHANDELIER: 5 lights, continuing animal motif. 125
128   WALNUT CASE VICTORIAN SHELF CLOCK: Reverse silvered peacock on glass front, key wind, bell strike, 13"h. 100
128A   VICTORIAN STYLE MANTLE CLOCK: Seth Thomas face, carved crest with lady's head masqueron. No key or pendulum, 22 1/2"h. 130
128B   JUNGHAS MANTLE CLOCK: Arched top with columnar stiles, with pendulum. 13"h. 110
131A   PAIR OF HAND PAINTED OLD PARIS PORCELAIN VASES: Each centering a hand painted Provincial figure. 8 3/4"h. 100
131B   19th C. CHESTNUT DOUBLE DOOR BOOK CABINET: Straight cornice over arched glass doors. Approx. 6'h, 44"w. 550
132 BLAMPIED, Edmund, (British, 1886-1966): Elderly Woman Reading the paper, Dry Point Etching, sight size with margins 8 1/2" x 10 1/2", pencil signed middle margin, numbered lower left in pencil 2 Proof ASF, signed twice in plate and dated 1929. 350
132A BLAMPIED, Edmund, (British, 1886-1966): "At the Gate", horse leaning over a fence, Dry Point Etching, sight size with margin 4 1/2" x 6 3/8", signed in pencil bottom margin, titled verso, plate 1450. 225
133 1872 APPLICANTS PATTERN IMPERIAL NAVY DIRK: Bearing King's head and Knight's head logo, and "WK & C". This rarely-seen pattern is an outstanding example. All-brass construction, in the scabbard, measures just slightly over 21 1/2". The grip is built-into the design, consisting of grip segment serrations. The crossguard has rounded, bowling pin-shaped quillon ends. The center block of the obverse, features a highly detailed, raised-out Imperial crown. There is a stationary clamshell depicting a raised-out fouled anchor with pebbled background relief. The black leather scabbard is in excellent condition, showing little age. The double slab style blade is etched with naval-motif scenes with beautifully frosted background panels highlighting the still mint bright work. The design features a centered, crown-over-fouled anchor on both sides. Both ricassos depict a spectacular fully-rigged sailing ship, complete with flags flying from the masts. The blade is still in a mint state and retains it's original off-red, felt blade buffer. 700
133A 1878 FRENCH SWORD TYPE BAYONET: This bayonet was the last of the French "sword-type" bayonets and was manufactured to fit the French Model 1874 "Gras" Infantry Rifle. It has a solid brass pommel with integral latching mechanism, grips are wood. Crossguard is steel with upper guard being the muzzle-ring, lower guard forming a hooked "blade-breaker" quillon. Upper blade edge marked "Mre d' Armes de St. Etienne Fbre 1878" indicating the exact month, year and city of manufacture. Matching serial #s to crossguard and scabbard. Overall good condition. 100
134 19TH C EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE WITH FISHERMAN, O/C: 10 1/2" x 18", no visible signature, illegible writing to stretcher verso, encase in period gilded frame. Condition - Extensive in paint and patch in lower margin. 300
134A   GORGEOUS 18KT GOLD PEARL RING: This fabulous ring has 3 pretty white genuine pearls set in a very unique designer style ring with an elegant satin finished band and gypsy set diamonds. Retail $550. 175
135   THREE SILVER POCKET WATCHES: To include, hunt case by Zenith, 800 silver, gold filigree hands, missing second sweep hand; open face watch of English silver .935, maker unknown, gold hands; and open face watch, case by Jennison Watch Case Co., #62949, 15 jewel Swiss works marked "The Comet", #120955. 125
135A   THREE ENGLISH SILVER POCKET WATCHES: To include, H. Samuel of Manchester, gold hands; G. Kirton, Stockton on Tees, gold hands; and maker unknown, black hands. All open face key wound pocket watches, please note - no keys, all circa 1800's. 125
135B   THREE SILVER POCKET WATCHES: To include, open face watch with case marked "AB" serial #456, blue hands, unmarked dial, works marked "Waltham Mass", #3399605; hunt case marked "AB", silver hands, dial marked "A.W.Co. Waltham Mass.", works marked "Waltham Mass", #3998403, worn shield decoration to front; and hunt case marked "GP", gold hands, no crystal, no mark to dial, works marked "Dutton London". All key wound watches, no keys, circa 1867 or so. 125
137   EASTLAKE VICTORIAN DAY BED: Incise carved burled walnut back. Sloping end, recent re-upholstery is very suitable to the style. 75"l. 300
137A   THREE SILVER POCKET WATCHES: To include, open face with lovely floral trim and blue band to dial, works and dial unmarked, case marked "HHH .800" in shield, "Galloni?", "Remontoir Cylindre Grubis"; Addison hunt watch, embossed case with butterfly, works marked Addison, case marked "Argent Coin" #174561, missing crystal; and an open face, key wound watch, works unmarked, case marked .935 #71262, no key. 125
138 SISTO, H., (European, 20th C): Pair of Italian market scenes, O/C, 24" x 12" each, signed lower right, encased in matching carved frames with labels affixed verso. Condition - Both have minor flecks of paint loss, will need some in paint restoration and cleaning. 275
139A   PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET: Approx. 6'3" x 3'5" 225
139B   PERSIAN HAMMADEN CARPET: Approx. 6'5" x 3'4" 150
140 PAINTED PINE 3 DRAWER DESK: Trumpet turned legs, sold with peg constructed chair. 100
140A   ESTATE LOT OF ENGLISH JEWELRY ITEMS: To include, several silver and gold medals/watch fobs dating to the early 1900's, a tiny sterling? funnel, two mother of pearl and silver pocket knives - one monogrammed E Nash, brooches, silver toothpick with retractable pick, two dainty lady's pencils overall embossed cases topped with green and gold stones, early English ram's head medal with ruby? eyes. Sold as a lot. 150
141   WATERFORD CRYSTAL: 2 pieces, a 9" dia. bowl, and a 7"vase. 110
143   SET OF 5 SIGNED HITCHCOCK CHAIRS: One arm chair with 4 side chairs. Natural finish wood with gold stencil. 175
146 SCHMIDT, Edmund, (German, 20th C): Still life of Roses in a vase, O/C, 23 1/2" x 17 3/4", signed lower left, encased in original gilded frame. 100
146A   ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE "CELESTE": #HN2237, 7"h, 1958. 100
151   CONTEMPORARY LOUIS XV STYLE SIDE CHAIR: White wash finish with blue on white toile. 300
153 PAIR OF 19TH C ITALIAN SCHOOL O/C PAINTINGS OF THE BAY OF NAPLES: 12 1/4" x 21 1/4", no visible signature. Condition - Extensive restoration needed on both. 350
156 VINTAGE LENOX UNIVERSAL PORCELAIN GAS STOVE WITH BAKELITE DROP PULLS: Ivory and black enamel, 4 burner stove with oven and broiler drawers, tall legs. 33"h. at burner height, 43"h. at oven height, 38"w. Gas line included. 350
156A   TRAY LOT OF DESIGNER COSTUME JEWELRY: To include, Eisenberg, Hattie Carnegie, sterling, Trifari, 1950's "moonstone" brooch, 1940's Sandor, Swarovski, Miriam Haskell, Whiting and Davis. Necklaces, earrings, brooches and bangles. Sold as a lot. 175
156B   TRAY LOT OF DESIGNER COSTUME JEWELRY: To include, 1950's Eugene set, Kenneth J Lane, Dior, marcasite & onyx, sterling, Florenza, Limoges, Trifari. Ensembles, watch necklaces, earrings, brooches, rings, etc. Sold as a lot. 150
157B   DAVID ANDERSON STERLING AND ENAMELED FORKS AND SPOONS IN PRESENTATION BOXES: Gold wash sterling with aqua enameling, signed "David Anderson Norway Sterling". Set of 6 each. 125
158 FREELAND, Cliff, (American, 20th C): View of the Grand Canal, Venice, W/C, 11" x 14", SLL with chop mark, artist info affixed verso. 150
160   4 BESWICK MODELS OF "CUTMIL CUPIE" THE PUG DOG: Two at 2 3/4"h., the other two at 4 3/4"h. 115
161A WONDERFUL LOT OF VICTORIAN JEWELRY: To include, gold filled cameo locket with shield shaped links to chain, intaglio watch fobs, locket fobs, baby ring, child's enameled bracelet and matching necklace, Simmons watch pin, 10k clip, cufflinks, and two portrait picture pins. Sold as a lot. 175
163A   FASCINATING THREE VOLUME SET ON THE NARRATIVE OF THE EXPEDITION OF COMMODORE M.C.PERRY: Volume I "The Expedition of an American Squadron to The China Seas and Japan in the years 1852, 1853, and 1854" with many illustrations including the often removed Public Bath at Simoda, pg. 408. Volume II is a continuation of the expedition dwelling on the natural history. Volume III "Observation of The Zodiac Light made chiefly on board the United States Steam Frigate Mississippi". Copyright 1856 Washington: Beverly Tucker Senate Printer. 175
170A   SET OF 4 HAND PAINTED OYSTER PLATES: Centers painted in a lighthouse or boat scene, each of the wells painted with a seashell. Artist signed, 9 1/4" dia. 200
171 SET OF 4 CONCRETE PLANTERS: Lion head masquerons to each corner, palm tree inserts to two, 16"h. x 19"square. Sold as a group. 200
171A   HERMAN MILLER BURL WALNUT AND PARQUETRY HUMIDOR: Brass nameplate "Herman Miller Furniture Company". 29"h. 150
174 3 PIECES STERLING SEWING ITEMS: Repousse thimble case by Barstoe & Williams, ca. pre 1904, a Danish sterling tape measure holder (no tape) and a sterling handled magnifier. 3 pieces sold as a lot. 100
174B ENGLISH STERLING MATCH SAFES, High bidder's choice of 3: Choose Birmingham ca. 1887 with swirled design, Birmingham with etched design, 1908; or Birmingham with gold monogram plate, ca. 1890. 125
175   LARGE COUNTER TOP GOLDEN OAK AND GLASS SHOWCASE: Double door, single glass shelf, mirrored bottom, electric light. 26 1/2" x 26" x 16 1/2". 100
177   PAIR OF PAW FEET RELIGIOUS FRENCH BRASS PRICKERS: Brass candle holders with embossed image of the Holy Mother, Sacred Heart, and Jesus. 26"h. 150
178   TWO OLD OIL LAMPS: One with fancy gilt metal base, the other has a three line mold mark. 175
178A TWO TIER MAHOGANY PARLOR TABLE: Shaped top over corresponding frieze with drawer, supported on four tapering reeded legs ending in large paw feet. Note lower stretcher doubles as a continuous lower shelf, 29"h. x 47"w. x approx. 29"d. 400
181   ELEGANT GLASS WINE STEMS: Blue on crystal stems, 9"h. Unidentified maker. 105
189   7 PIECES OF CHINESE CLOISONNE: Teapot, 4 1/2"h, covered jar, vase, and 4 small round trays. 100
191   SPELTER STATUE: Woman harvester. After Moreau. made in France. 22 1/2"h, overall. 120
193A   COLLECTOR'S DREAM OF QUIMPER: To include pair of vases, triple vase, knife rests, and more. 175
200   ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN MODEL OF A SEAGULL IN FLIGHT CLOSE TO A WAVE: Designed by Sheidenreich, 11 1/2" wing span. 140
205   HULL POTTERY "LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD" COOKIE JAR: Floral decals on skirt. Bottom impressed "Hull Ware Little Red Riding Hood". 150

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