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1 PROCTOR, Alexander Phimister, (American, 1862-1950): Bear cub and bunny, Bronze, 4 1/4"h., signed to base, dated 94, copyrighted 95, bears the Gorham foundry mark. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 3,600
1A HUTSCHENREUTER ART DECO NUDE FIGURE: Fine modeling designed by Karl Tutter. Woman stretching to the sun, standing on a gilt ball. 8 1/2"h. 190
2A BLOWN OUT NIPPON PLAQUE SHOWING IMAGE OF NATIVE AMERICAN: Hand painted scenic sunset, blown out full bodied Native American, 10 1/2"dia. Pierced back for wall hanging. Marked with the Morimura Bros. M in a wreath. 600
2B A SUPERB NIPPON HAND PAINTED CHESTNUT BOWL: Hand painted basket and leaf motif centering a slightly raised image of a chestnut. Exaggerated ruffle edge, pierced handles, rub marks to the exterior. Green Morimura Bros. mark. 9 1/2" dia. 130
3 VICTORIAN RENAISSANCE BURL WALNUT INLAID DAVENPORT DESK: Hinged stationery compartment with a three quarter pierced gallery, above sloping lid inset with leather, both with satin and king inlay, sloping hinged top enclosing four small drawers, over four real and four opposing dummy drawers, spool and twist turned columns, 20 1/2" x 21" x 35"h. 1,400
3A ART DECO FIGURAL LAMP: Dancing harlequin on a beveled white marble base. Lamp house a control bubble paperweight that looks great under illumination, but will hold a globe shade. Approx. 9"h, 10"l. 225
4 TURN OF THE CENTURY GORHAM BRONZE PIN TRAY: In the form of a lily pad with embossed frog motif and frog head handle, stamped Gorham Co 536, 5" x 4". 150
4A EARLY 20TH C ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE SERPENTINE FRONT CHEST: Diminutive 3 drawer chest with pull out tray. 36"w. 24"h. Sold with burled and shaped beveled mirror, 40"h. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 600
5 BANDED INLAY TEA CADDY WITH SILVER CANNISTER INSERTS: Pair of oval shaped canisters with ivory finials nestled in an inlay mahogany box. The canisters are marked "Silver Edg'd" and have armorial engraving. Canisters and box lock, though the mechanism is missing on one canister, no key. Interior of box lid is sarcophagus shaped, with silver rope threading. 6 1/2" x 10 1/2" x 7". From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 600
5A HEINTZ ART METAL TABLE LAMP: Sterling design on bronze with original vivid green patina. The cut out designs on the removable shade are highlighted by silk lining. Paper label, 11"h., shade is 10" dia., single pull chain socket. 1,500
5B RAINAUD ADJUSTABLE DESK LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE, CA. 1920'S: Original antiqued bronze finish, single pull chain socket. Base signed on underside. Shade is 9"l, lamp is 15"h. overall. 400
6 GUSTAV STICKLEY OAK HALL MIRROR #66: Four original hooks under arched top rail, signed with red brand. 36" x 28". 1,600
6A TWO ASIAN CARVED IVORY GEESE: Pair of artist signed geese on custom carved wooden stands. Each goose is 5 1/4"h, 4 1/2"l, the stands add an additional 2". Please note age cracks through both pieces. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 400
7 GUSTAV STICKLEY OAK COSTUMER #52: Single post with tapered top, 4 original hooks. Approx. 72"h. Signed with red decal. 500
7B LIMBERT ROCKER: 3 vertical slats under curved top rail. Drop in seat with later upholstery. Branded mark. Approx. 41"h, 27 1/2"w. 450
7C CHILD'S LIMBERT ROCKER: 5 vertical slats, drop in seat with later upholstery. Light coat over original finish. Branded mark. Approx. 24 1/2"h, 22"w. 425
8 ROY, Jamini, (Indian, 1887-1972): Man riding an elephant, Gouache, 4 1/2" x 5 3/4", signed lower right. 1,700
8A CARVED TEAK MADURA CHEST, CA. 1900: Used to keep the family valuables, hence bells ring when lock is used. Wheels hidden under an elaborately carved frieze. 35"h. x 45" x 20"deep. 400
8B EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST: Two over three drawer chest topped by two glove boxes flanking pedestal mirror in ornately carved frame with shaped cornice, flame grain panels to drawer fronts, top centered by inset rectangle of variegated light grey marble, lovely foliate scroll escutcheons and bead trim to drawers, pinwheel carving to pulls, 42 1/2"w. x 18"d. x 82"h. 350
9 L & JG STICKLEY OAK BOOKCASE #642 WITH KEYED TENONS: Open front bookcase, wood back, unsigned. Approx. 55"h, 30"w, 12"d. Unmarked. 1,300
9A L & JG STICKLEY TALL STAND #574: 2 tier stand, the top having cut corners, spline construction. 4 straight legs with square center shelf. 29"h, top is 18" square. Slight separation between two top boards. May have been refinished many years ago. Unmarked. 600
9C FLAME GRAIN MAHOGANY TWO DRAWER WORK TABLE: 28"h. x 21 3/4"w. x 17"d. 300
11 ENGLISH REGENCY KNIFE BOX: Mahogany with striped inlay, serpentine front, slanting top. Brass escutcheons and knob handle. Worn condition. 12 3/4"h., 8" wide, 5" deep. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 250
11C NOUVEAU STYLE DIAMOND RING: Diamond of approx. 1/2ct, I1 clarity, G color, set in nouveau style filigree mount of 18k white gold. Approx. size 5 1/2. Sold with August 2003 GIA gemologist appraisal, retail replacement value $1300** 350
12A EARLY 20TH C AUSTRIAN PATINATED BRONZE MACAW SCULPTURE: 7"h., no visible signature, of exceptional quality. 250
12B EMBOSSED ENGLISH STERLING SILVER GOBLET: London maker J.R. Hennell, 1879/1880, marked Thornhill New Bond St London, embossed with scene of hunter, his dogs and the fruits of their labor, stylized monogram under a heraldic dog, floral decoration to base, 5 5/8"h., approx. 7.44oz. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 700
13 EMBOSSED ENGLISH STERLING SILVER GOBLET: London maker J.R. Hennell, 1884/1885, marked Thornhill New Bond St London, embossed with scene of Scottish hunter, his dogs and the fruits of their labor, stylized monogram under a heraldic dog, floral decoration to base, 5 5/8"h., approx. 6.92oz. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 700
13A S. KIRK & SON STERLING GOBLETS: Ca. 1940's, Pair of reproduction of the "Lafayette Goblet", original by Samuel Kirk in 1824. Each engraved on the underside "Elton Hoyt II", one from Christmas 1941, the other May 1941. 5 1/4"h. Approx. 15 oz. total. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 500
13B EMBOSSED COIN SILVER MUG: Purchased from Mulford & Wendell Albany New York, marked J.C.M. 22, embossed in a lovely floral motif, monogrammed to James H Hoyt 1853, approx. 3 7/8"h. x 3 3/8"dia. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 275
13C PERIOD QUEEN ANNE ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TANKARD: Silver tankard from London maker (possibly Lawrence Jones), 1711/1712 with traditional S handle ending in shield, volute thumb lever to lid, WITH later chased floral embossing, monogrammed to bottom H over W M over 1751. Approx. 7 1/4"h., 7 1/4"w. including handle, raised rim base 4 3/4"dia., holds 40 oz., weight approx. 22.40 oz. 1,500
14B PERIOD CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR: Curved top rail centering a carved Prince of Wales Crest over a pierced carved center slat. 36"h, the seat is 20" at the widest. 250
14C A MAPLE PERIOD CHIPPENDALE RUSH SEAT CHAIR, Ca. 1790: From a Shaker Community in Ohio. Shaped crest, pierced carved center slat featuring a heart. 42 1/2"h. 325
15 FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH C CARVED ALABASTER EAGLE: 14 1/2"h, inserted glass eyes, signed illegibly on wing G Narayan?. Condition - Insert to shoulders missing, slight separation repair to base. 250
15A FULL SIZE WHITE IRON BED: Thin rods centering an oval medallion on head and foot board. Headboard is 63 1/2"h. 225
15B HANDEL (ATTRIBUTED) HANGING STAINED GLASS GLOBE: 12"dia, acorn finial, 14" to 24" with chains. 1,700
16 SVENDSEN, Svend, (American, 1864-1934): Fire lite nocturnal scene, O/C, 30" x 20", signed lower right. Condition - Several abrasions and minor paint loss. 500
16A EARLY CHAIR TABLE: Green painted finish on all but the table surface. Storage bench seat. 47 1/2" dia. 475
17 JAPE FRERES PORCELAIN CLOCK AND GARNITURE: Open escapement, porcelain dial, bell strike. Gilt metal mounted clock of cobalt porcelain with heavy gilt accents. Lion's head masquerons at the sides. 5 light candle holder garniture, 16"h. Clock case is 15"h. 350
17A EBONY BRACKET CLOCK INLAID WITH IVORY: Metal mounted petite clock with Roman numerals on brass face. Glass front and sides. 11" x 6" x 4". 600
18 HALLAM, J.C., (American, 20th C): Lakeside landscape with cottage, O/Upson, 12" x 16", signed lower left, dated 21. 120
18A EARLY PLATFORM ROCKING HORSE, CA. 1905: Horse hair tail and mane on wooden horse with worn white painted finish. Worn leather saddle, little iron horse shoes on the back hooves, big glass eyes. Length of horse is 37", 29"h, overall. Consigned from original owner. 800
19 VICTORIAN WALNUT OVAL TOP LAMP TABLE: Featuring a center finial between 4 shaped legs. 150
19B ADORABLE DIAMOND RING: 18k white gold ring set with approx. 15pts of round cut diamonds, marked 18k Jabel. Just right for her sweet 16. Approx. size 6. 120
19C A SUPERB ENGLISH WRITING BOX TABLETOP DESK: Fine example of an English stationary cabinet. The exterior top and front have satin wood patera and string inlay. The interior is fitted with satinwood compartments, drawers, and leather pen holder. An outstanding feature is the pull down front that extends into a leather top writing surface with storage. 11 1/2"h, x 17" 9 1/2". 950
20A HUGHES, William, (American, 20th C): Gloucester Harbor Dockside Scene with figures, O/C, 24" x 36", signed lower left. 850
21 RENAISSANCE VICTORIAN DRESSER WITH MIRROR: Drop center dresser with white marble top. 2 glove drawer, 3 full length drawers. Burled walnut panels, paneled sides, ebony drop pulls, arched mirror. 39"w. 275
21A CARPEAUX, Jean Baptiste, (French, 1827-1875): "Napoleon Assis Sainte-Helene", Bronze, 8.1"h., signed on base, foundry mark Susse Freres, Cire Perdue. Call for condition. 2,100
23 GORHAM "KING EDWARD" STERLING FLATWARE SERVICE: 45 pieces to include 8 each of dinner knives, dinner forks, and salad forks, 16 teaspoons, a gravy ladle, jelly server, sugar shell, meat fork, and master butter. No monogram, knives are 8 7/8"l, forks are 7 1/4"l. 600
23A SPANISH STERLING TRAY: Rectangular in shape with ornate open handles, raised rim edged in acanthus leaf and shell design. Hallmarked. 20 1/2" x 11 1/4". Approx. 35. 59 oz. 400
23B ONE OF THE BEST, GOLDEN OAK HOOSIER TYPE KITCHEN CABINET: Storage galore in this oak cabinet. Lots of interior racks and fixtures including the glass front tin flour bin. Blue edge white enamel work surface. Approx. 69"h, lower section is 31"h. 48"w. 1,300
24 AKKERINGA, Johannes, (Dutch, 1861-1942): Domestic Scene in courtyard of mother and child with hen and chicks, O/C mounted on board, 13 3/4" x 14 1/2", signed lower right, dated 1904. Condition - Several minor strokes of in-paint and small spots of canvas bubble, possible reinforced signature. There is some cracklure, and a water droplet-size of paint loss. 6,000
24A   PERSIAN HAMMADAN RUG: Approx. 4'10" x 3'4", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 225
24B   PERSIAN LILIHAN RUG: Approx. 5'7" x 3'11", hand made in Iran, 100% wool, please note small tear. 175
25A EARLY MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS: Massive chest with overhanging top drawer over three lower drawers, turned flanking pillars, 41 3/4"w. x 20 1/4"d. x 42 3/4"h., missing pulls from top drawer. 300
27C ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE: Featuring a silver globe on an asymetrical assembly of red, cream and black marble. 10"h, 16"l. 125
28 19TH C EUROPEAN BARN INTERIOR SCENE, O/C: With figures, cows, goats and kitten, signed lower right Gauerman, possibly Friedrich Gauerman (Austrian 1807-1862), 16 1/2" x 19 1/2", faintly signed lower right. Condition - Extensive repair, has been re-lined, repaired tear to center and several punctures which have been repaired and in-painted poorly. 950
28A   PERSIAN ANTIQUE KHEMSEH: Approx. 8'8" x 4'9", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 400
28B   PERSIAN SEVEH RUG: Approx. 7'4" x 4'7", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 300
29 FABULOUS EUROPEAN FAIENCE URN: Bright hand painted polychrome decoration. Full bodied putti on acanthus leaf handles, Bacchus masquerons, trio of dolphins swirl around the base. Each side hand painted with a mythological scene. Please note condition flaws. 31"h. 750
29A   DOUBLE DOOR OAK CABINET WITH WIRE FRONT DOORS: Cabinet with interior shelving, two half length drawers at base. Overhanging molded crest. Approx. 69"h. 40"w. 350
30 VONNOH, Bessie Potter, NA (American, 1872-1955): "Good Night", bronze, 9"h., signed in base, #25, Roman Bronze Works New York. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 6,250
30A WACK, Henry Wellington, (American, 1867-1954): Autumn landscape, O/CB, 12" x 16", signed lower right "To Natalie Wack? from Hy.W. Wack 1916". 350
30B 18TH C NEW ENGLAND CHERRY TAVERN TABLE: Ca. 1750-1780. Overhanging top, over drawer table with turned legs, 4 stretchers. Pegged construction. The drawer runners have been replaced and perhaps a new drawer bottom Ca 1820. 26 1/2"h x 27"w. 550
30C "OLDE MEETING HOUSE" SOLID MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE WITH LEAF: Queen Anne style with shaped apron and ball and claw feet. 23" wide without the leaf. With the leaves up and extra leaf in it extends to 75"l. 41 1/2"wide, 29 1/2"h. Branded "Olde Meeting House" 350
31B SCHATZ ELEXACTA ELECTRIC MANTLE CLOCK: Clock encased in a lucite case, pair of majestic deer on both sides, all on a two tier marble base. 13"h, 30"w. 130
32 PAIR OF LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH C O/WOOD PANEL FLORAL STILL LIFES: Larger of two depicts a small blue bird fluttering by the bouquet and is faintly signed lower left Dulac?, 10 3/4" x 8 1/4". Smaller of pair depicts a floral bouquet with birds nest and eggs, no visible signature, 9 1/2" x 7 1/4". Newman Gallery labels affixed verso to each. Condition - Both pieces will need a through cleaning, paint loss due to age visible in attached pictures. 300
32B MOREAU, Auguste, (French, 1834-1917): Young girl with putti, Bronze, 17 1/4"h., signed on base. 1,500
33 AGOSTINI, Guido, (Italian, 19th C): Alpine valley landscape, O/C, 16 1/2" x 13", signed lower right, encased in elaborate ornate Italian pierce carved gilded gesso frame with c scroll and foliate motif, 23" x 19 1/2" overall. Condition - Painting has heavy craquelier and canvas shrinkage in upper 2/3 causing a raised effect of the paint with virtually no paint loss, however. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 550
33A   PERSIAN HERIZ RUG: Approx. 5'11" x 4'4", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 250
33B   PERSIAN MESHED RUG: Approx. 6'2" x 4'8", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 325
34 LOVELY LADY'S DIAMOND BYPASS RING: Centered by a marquise cut diamond of approx. 1/4ct, in a double bypass mount of 14k yellow gold, set with baguettes, each side ending in four graduated round brilliant stones. Marked 14k CI. 150
34A LOVELY LADY'S DIAMOND RING: Round brilliant cut stone set in Z across 14k yellow gold band channel set with baguettes, approx. 1ctw of sparkle. 150
35 PERSIAN RUSTAM AT COURT, O/C: 17" x 22 1/2", information written verso suggests it might be 15th C. Condition - Sever paint loss. 400
35B EARLY HEPPLEWHITE 4 DRAWER CHERRY CHEST: Deep, 11 1/2", top drawer over three drawers. brass framed escutcheons, oval drawer pulls embossed with American eagle. 45"h. x 44 1/2"w. x 20"d. 600
37 NEOGRADY, Laszlo, (Hungarian, 1900-1962): Autumnal forest landscape with stream, O/C, 23" x 31", signed lower left, Scattered inpaint in blue areas and to patched areas, several patch remnants visible verso, small pinhole puncture, and slight tear in right margin, 3". 750
38 KAUBA, Karl, (American, 1865-1922): Crouching Indian warrior with bow and arrow, polychrome Bronze, 4 1/2"h., mounted on rock plinth, signed on leg. 350
38A LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH C PATINATED BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A RECLINING ODALISQUE: 5"h. x 8 1/2"l., illegibly signed on base behind pillow. 500
38B LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH C AUSTRIAN? PATINATED BRONZE SEMI-NUDE: 10 5/8", marked Lowenich to base. 300
39 MORENO CARBONERO, Jose, (Spanish, 1861-1942): "Dama de las Palomas", Lady of the Doves, O/C, 35 1/2" x 28", signed lower right. Dedicated verso in Spanish "To my friend Lou? with affection, J Moreno Carbonero. This painting has been in the same Spanish family's collection for the past 30 years. Condition - Several patches visible verso, minor inpaint to patched areas. 8,500
39A LE FORESTIER, Rene, (French, 20th C): Parisian street scene depicting outdoor cafe with artists at work, O/C, 18" x 21 1/2", signed lower left. 250
40A CHARMING 2.5ctw DIAMOND HEART NECKLACE: Sixteen round full cut diamonds set in heart shape pendant of 14k white gold topped by three foliate flares each centered with it's own round full cut diamond, average SI1-I1 in clarity and H-I in color, all diamonds prong set, approx. 2.5 carat total weight, fine rope chain attached to pendant (approx. 17"l.) Sold with August 2003 GIA gemologist appraisal, retail replacement value $4550** 1,200
41 WATERMAN, Michael, (American, 20th C): Surreal scene of giant woman holding city over her head while standing over a floating man, O/C, 36" x 24", signed lower right, dated 86. 250
41A WATERMAN, Michael, (American, 20th C): "Mother and Child", O/CB, 16" x 20", monogrammed lower right, dated 1973, artist's summary description of painting affixed verso. 200
41B WATERMAN, Michael, (American, 20th C): Set of three works - Owl, pen and ink drawing, 10" x 7 1/2", monogrammed W lower right; Abstract Bird, pen and ink drawing, 7 1/2" x 10", monogrammed lower right; and Standing Bird, pen/ink and W/C, 7 1/2" x 6 1/4", monogrammed lower right and dated 72. 150
41C INLAID EDWARDIAN SETTEE: Tall settee with draped crest back. Curved arms with scrolled hand holds. Banded and inlay to the arms and legs. 47 1/2"h, 48"w. 400
43 RONDEL, Frederick, ANA, (American, 1826-1892): Landscape with figures crossing a river, towing a hay cart with team of oxen and a horse, O/C, 18" x 30 1/8", signed lower right and dated 56?, encased in period American gilt gesso frame with minor gilt loss. Former property of Henry Tasker, Long Island, New York. The Tasker family has owned this piece for over 100 years, descended from former owner's great great grandfather. Condition - Painting in need of cleaning, several patches visible verso, sporadic minimal in paint visible with black light. Est. $4000/6000** 13,000
43A   TIFFANY CIGARETTE CASE: Silver outside in alternating ribbed and smooth bands, gold wash inside with pierced hinged cigarette support bar, marked Tiffany & Co Paris 19302 26 5098, 5 5/16" x 3 3/8". 130
43C   PERSIAN NAVABAND RUG: Approx. 5'0" x 3'6", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 200
43D   PERSIAN KASHAN RUG: Approx. 6'9" x 4'3", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 250
44 LONGABAUGH, Charles Oglesby, (American, 1885-1944): "Pirate's Alley in Spring", W/C, 6" x 7", signed in pencil lower right, titled lower left, signed in W/C New Orleans, written in the mat "Signed for Lt. Perley? G Nutting Jr.". 600
44A   PLUSH PERSIAN RUG: Approx. 5'8" x 3'3". 170
44B EARLY TRUNK: Applied molding around base and lid. Large dovetail construction. Really nice patina and warm color. 19"h, 39"w, 18 1/2"deep. 200
45 EARLY 20TH CENTURY 4 DOOR CORNER CABINET: Cherry cabinet having a two door 16 light upper cabinet over two door shelved lower cabinet with inset panels. H strap hardware of the period, cut out shaped bracket feet. Cabinetry in two sections, 74"h. x 34 1/4"w. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 1,150
45A FEDERAL HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE CA 1800: Solid mahogany table with slightly tapered legs. 28 3/4"h., the top is 45"l. and 16 1/2"w. with 17 1/2" leaves. 200
45C 18TH C WALNUT SOUTHERN HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF STAND: One drawer with string inlay to the tapered legs. One board leaves, 13 3/4"l. each. 18" center board. 29 1/2"h, 34 1/2"deep. 650
46 19TH C SCOTTISH ILLUSTRATION O/C: Depicts a mother sewing child's garment with child and terrier in an interior, O/C laid on board, 19 1/4" x 16", monogrammed lower left CM?. Condition - Some separation of canvas, some repaired tears, craquelier throughout, tear in upper margin approx. 2"l., in need of cleaning. 250
46A 19TH C SCOTTISH ILLUSTRATION INTERIOR SCENE: With mother, child and dog, O/C laid on board, 19 1/4" x 16", no visible signature. Condition - Some separation of canvas, some repaired tears, craquelier throughout, several repaired tears in margins, in need of cleaning. 275
47 FINE MEISSEN PORCELAIN GROUP: Highly detailed man and woman on a settee. Professional restoration to gents hand. Cross swords mark. 8"h. 10"l. 650
47A DELVAL, Marguerite, (European, 20th C): "Fap'anis", Poster, 46 1/2" x 62". 475
47B SAXONY FINE GERMAN PORCELAIN COMPOTES: Reticulated and hand painted border centering a courting scene. Cross sword mark with the letter T. 3 3/4"h, 6 1/2" dia. 125
47C 19th C. DRESDEN PORCELAIN FIGURE: Barefoot lady with a basket of flowers, 4 3/4"h. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 100
48 CHINESE CHAMPLEVE FLOOR FERNER: 2 parts, 4'8"h. 600
48B LADY'S JADEITE AND SEED PEARL RING & EARRINGS: Oval cabochon jadeite, approx. 5ct, slightly uneven translucent medium tone with strong saturation of imperial green color; surrounded by eighteen 2.25mm round pearls of white to silvery white color with moderate luster, all prong set in 14k yellow gold. Sold with matching screwback earrings. 250
48C TRADITIONAL 5 DIAMOND BAND: One plus carat total weight of white VS diamonds set in 14k white gold, circa 1950's. Approx. size 8 1/4. 700
49 KITTINGER COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG SECRETARY BOOKCASE: Slant front mahogany secretary with short bookcase top. Bookcase top has scalloped door panels, it is removable and fits into lower section with molding on three sides, interior has adjustable shelf. Lower section has four drawers in graduated sizes, carved shell skirt. Interior with 9 drawers and 4 open cubicles. Key locking with 2 keys. Drawer branded "Kittinger" and "Williamsburg Restoration". 5' 1/2"h. 49"w., 20 1/2" deep. 3,750
49B MINIATURE EXAMPLE OF A TILT TOP TABLE: Walnut table with turned pedestal on 3 splayed legs. 7 7/8" dia. 8"h. Please note repairs to the legs. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 110

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