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Sunday, July 18, 2004

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152 Click for larger picture EXCEPTIONAL 19th C IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE: 18'' x 24 1/2'', period frame, brittle gesso with loss, 25'' x 32'', Barbizon?, by/after Inness? Condition - 2'' bow in board, skimmed in areas, some paint loss, needs cleaning. 750
153 Click for larger picture VICTORIAN ERA HANGING OIL LAMP: Ornate gilt metal frame, crystal prisms. Matching font and shade. The shade is 13'' dia. The lamp hangs 13 3/4''. 200
154 Click for larger picture VINTAGE CHENETS AND PEACOCK FAN FIRE SCREEN: Brass chenets featuring fire filled urns decorated with floral swags and rams head masquerons, approx. 15'' x 16 1/2''h. x 7''d. each, inner ends with hook for missing center bar. Peacock fan screen with decorative metal mesh in each shell, overall 40''w. open and 8''w. closed, 29''h. 300
155 Click for larger picture GRIFFIN, Thomas Bailey, (American, 1858-1918): Waterfall Landscape, O/C, 20'' x 16'', SLR, encased in original gilt frame (some repair) with brass plaque, 30'' x 25'', gilt loss in LR . Condition - Scattered inpaint, mostly in sky, craquelure throughout. This biography from the Archives of AskART: Thomas B. Griffin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the last half of the nineteenth century. His first formal art education was at the National Academy of Design in New York. While at the Academy, Griffin exhibited his very well executed impressionistic landscapes. Courtesy of Brian Roughton. 1300
156 Click for larger picture FISHER, Ellen Bowditch Thayer, (American, 1847-1911): Floral Still Life, Watercolor, 24'' x 9'', SLL, dated '77. Condition - Very good, minute scuffs. This biography from the Archives of AskART: She became known for her watercolor floral and foliage still lifes, and was primarily self-taught although she learned art techniques from her younger brother, Abbott Thayer, who studied at the Brooklyn Art School and the National Academy of Design. She exhibited at the Brooklyn Art Association from 1867 to 1884 and in five exhibitions of the National Academy of Design from 1868 to 1880. In 1885, her work was shown at the Pennsylvania Academy. From 1884 to 1887, she had a contract From 1884 to 1887, she had a contract with the Prang Company for all of her work, which they reproduced as chromolithographs for greeting cards. She acquired a distinguished reputation and was able to command good prices for her painting, something unusual for women of that time. 1000
157 Click for larger picture CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY FRAMED OPEN ARM CHAIR: Carved mahogany framed chair recently upholstered in green suede(?). Finely carved details to the seat rail and legs. 37''h, x 30'' x 26''. 300
158 Click for larger picture SPODE ''WICKER DALE'' CHINA SERVICE: Colorful flowers on the scalloped edge surround a raised wicker border white on white ground design. 71 pieces to include: 10 dinner plates (10 1/2''), 8 salad, 7 bread, 12 dessert plates, 12 cups & saucers, 9 demitasse cups & saucers, 11 cream soup bowls & saucers, gravy boat with attached underplate and an oval open vegetable. Copeland, England. 350
159 Click for larger picture HAND MADE TURKISH LADIK CARPET: Approx. 11'6'' x 8'4'', lovely carpet with cream ground and polychrome decoration. Turkish carpets are woven by a single weaver. 450
166 Click for larger picture GRANT, Gordon Hope, (American, 1875-1962): 2 Piece Lithograph Lot; 1) ''First Snow'', 9 3/4'' x 12 1/2'' sight, SLR, good condition, faint spots in margin, AAA label verso, framed, 14 3/4'' x 17 3/4'', 2) ''Porpoise Convoy'', 9 3/4'' x 12 1/2''sight, AAA label, framed, 14 3/4'' x 17 3/4'' 100
169 Click for larger picture 19th C INLAID MAHOGANY PARLOR CHAIR: Tall back and tall arms. String inlay follows the lines of the sloped crest, parquetry inlay on the skirt. Newly upholstered. 43 1/2''h, x 29'' x 25''. 275
170 Click for larger picture ABIETTA, James, (Native American, 20th C.) Nude portrait of the artist's wife, O/C, 24'' x 36'', SLR. Note: Abietta, after enjoying popularity in the 1970's is said to have shot himself playing Russian Roulette at age 27. His works are quite scarce and the present example depicting his wife should rank as one of his most important works. Condition - Several small scrapes. 550
171 Click for larger picture EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CORNER ETAGERE: Pierce and relief carved with upper section being shelved with backing of beveled glass mirror panels and exterior candle shelves. 7 1/2'h, x 36 1/2'' across the front, x 29''. 3000
172 Click for larger picture ENGLISH VICTORIAN GREEN OPALESCENT ART GLASS EPERGNE: Single vase tightens securely into ruffle edge bowl. 14 1/2''h. overall, the bowl portion is 7 3/4''. 225
173 Click for larger picture EARLY LIBBY EGG SHAPED 1893 EXPOSITION SALT & PEPPER: For the Columbian Exposition of 1893. Signed with the red Libby stamp. Approx. 2 3/4''l. 300
174 Click for larger picture PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE VITRINES: Each with matching ormolu trim, brass gallery and satin lined interior with two glass shelves. 53 1/2''h, 22''w. 650
176 Click for larger picture ST LOUIS CAMEO GLASS BISCUIT JAR: Cranberry cut to chartreuse green, with gilt highlights. Signed on the underside. Brass lid and handle. 6''h. 4 1/2'' dia. 150
177 Click for larger picture MT WASHINGTON QUEEN'S DESIGN BISCUIT JAR: Distinct dotted enamel floral design. Silverplated lid and handle bear the impressed mark MW 4402. 7 1/4''h. 375
178 Click for larger picture MT WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ACORN AND OAK LEAF BISCUIT JAR: Melon ribbed with acorn and oak leaf design. Silverplated lid impressed MW 4421. 375
179 Click for larger picture PAIRPOINT MT WASHINGTON COLONIAL WARE BISCUIT JAR: Floral decoration, silverplated handle and lid. The lid is signed MW, the glass is signed Pairpoint. 6 3/4''h. Lid rim will has been separated from glass for polishing. 250
180 Click for larger picture SUPERIOR CHARLES WALLACE & SONS MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD: Gadrooned molded top, masquerons and shell carving to cabriole legs ending in claw & ball feet, banded doors with inset panels of burl. Late 19th, early 20th C. 55''h, x 79'' x 27''. 2250
181 Click for larger picture MT WASHINGTON ART GLASS BISCUIT JAR: Hand painted spider mum decor, ornate silver plated mounts signed MW. 200
182 Click for larger picture 1901 ART NOUVEAU PEWTER TANKARD GOLF TROPHY: Embossed naturalistic leaf motif. Engraved ''S.A.G.C. Special Handicap June 1901''. Hinged lid. 14 1/2''h. 130
184 Click for larger picture RAMS HORN INKWELL: Curled ram's horns centering a silverplated hinged box, decorated with a dolphin fish. 16''dia. 7''h. 475
185 Click for larger picture CARVED BOXER DOG HEAD BOX: Great patina on the hinged box with lined interior, perhaps a humidor or ink well. Glass eyes, slightly worn leather collar. 5 1/2''h. 700
186 Click for larger picture 19th C WOODEN INKWELL CARVED AS A DOG: Whimsical English carving of a dog's head, hinged to reveal a glass bottle and metal hinged interior. Glass eyes, chip to the ear, worn leather collar. 4 1/2''h, 3 3/4' dia. 250
187 Click for larger picture VICTORIAN DIAMOND ENAMEL RING: Seven sparkling stones set in an open floral motif with bright blue enamel trim to each petal, center stone approx. 1/2ct with approx. 1.5ctw in diamonds. 14k yellow gold setting, size 5.25, 6.5 grams. 600
188 Click for larger picture LADY'S BULOVA DIAMOND WATCH: 14k white gold wrist watch with attached diamond encrusted bracelet. Dial, stem and back marked Bulova, back also marked 14k L4 10731. Works marked Bulova 21 Jewel USA & SAD in a box. Approx. 6'' bracelet with double catch, marked 14k and safety chain. 225
190 Click for larger picture VICTORIAN WALNUT SECRETARY BOOKCASE DESK: 2 part cabinet, the top being a glass front bookcase with adjustable interior shelving. The bottom section is a slanted fall front desk with interior cubicles and slots, over 3 drawers. Carved pulls. 86''h, x 37 1/2'' x 22'' overall. Note: Slight warp to lid. 800
191 Click for larger picture 19th C GENTLEMAN'S SHAVING OR DRESSING MIRROR: Mahogany mirror on 2 drawer bow front stand. Mirror swings between reeded supports with ball finials. Minor veneer loss. 19 1/2''h, 17 1/2'' x 7''. 100
192 Click for larger picture COLLECTION OF GOLD FILLED AND SILVER HANDLE UMBRELLAS: Group of 6. Two are sterling handle. Three are gold filled. The one with mother of pearl has tattered cloth. Four of them have a bit of denting. 900
193 Click for larger picture PAINT DECORATED MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE: American manufactured by Mechanics Furniture of Rockford Ill. Featuring carved crest, turned stiles, arched doors, painted design to the top and painted image of a tall ship on the slant front of the desk. 6'8''h. x 38'' x 18 1/2''. 350
194 Click for larger picture PAIRPOINT CIGAR CASE IN THE FORM OF A CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE: Silverplated bottle comes apart as a cigar holder, match safe, and ash receiver. Signed Pairpoint, number 1921. 10 1/2''h. 225
195 Click for larger picture COIN OPERATED GOLDEN OAK PLAYER NICKELODEON / PLAYER PIANO:Functional coin operated golden oak player piano in the mission style with backlit stained glass and contains a 24 note Glockenspiel, Tambourine, Cymbal, Bass and Snare Drums, woodblock and piano. Piano marked Chas. Steiff. It measures 53''h 60''w 27''deep. A little TLC is in order on the cabinet around the base. 1800
196 Click for larger picture BRILLIANT PERIOD CUT GLASS PUNCH BOWL ON STAND: Two parts, bowl and pedestal. Bowl is 10'' dia., 10'' high on stand, 5'' high alone. Please note two chips, one on rim of stand, one on side of bowl. 170
197 Click for larger picture SIGNED HAWKES BRILLIANT CUT GLASS DECANTER: Water carafe showing the fine quality of Hawkes. Notched neck, fan, strawberry and star cuts. 7''h. 180
198 Click for larger picture 19TH C WESTERN LANDSCAPE WITH INDIANS, AFTER DURAND?: O/C, 22'' x 33'', period worn frame with missing gesso and gold overpaint, 30'' x 40''. Condition - Several patches verso, inpaint, minor sporadic paint fleck. 550
199 Click for larger picture ROBERTS, David, (British, 1796-1864): ''View on the Nile Looking towards the pyramids of Dahoir, Saccara'', Color Lithograph, sight size 13 1/2'' x 19 3/4''. Laid on Board, title is cut off board and affixed verso, but deteriorated. Temporary mat and molding 22 1/2'' x 28 1/4'' overall. 100
200 Click for larger picture FRENCH BRETON CARVED CUPBOARD CA. 1880: Featuring carved spindles and richly carved figures on the two door panels. Open lower section. 79 1/2'' x 45 1/2'' x 17''. 1500

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