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Sunday, April 23, 2006

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101 Click for larger picture MURANO GLASS 18 LIGHT CHANDELIER: Six curved arms, each with 3 lights. Interior hollows of the arms have a gold coloration. Dripping in shaped cut prisms. Approx. 28''h. (excluding the chain), 36'' dia. 600
103 Click for larger picture MONUMENTAL EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY ETAGERE: Late 19th C. The best of the best. Deep rich dark mahogany with center open front display flanked by tall glass front displays anchored by a shaped mirror. Carvings and pierce work throughout. Cabriole legs. Approx. 8'h. x 5' x 17''. 3500
104 Click for larger picture SIGNED PAIRPOINT CUT GLASS TABLE LAMP: The shade and font are cut in a flower and draped leaf swag design, silverplated base stem, tiered marble base. Signed on the washer. The shade has a 5 3/4'' fitter rim, the lamp is 20 1/2''h. overall. 275
105 Click for larger picture HAND KNOTTED HERIZ CARPET: Approx. 12'4'' x 9'6''. Please note small hole in corner, color enhanced in some spots. 3000
106 Click for larger picture FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNTED PAINTED BOX: Heavy gold ornamentation, 3 panels hand painted in detailed allegorical scenes. Satin and padded interior, hinged lid, winged griffin feet. 8 1/4''h. x 12 3/4'' x 8 1/2''. 1500
108 Click for larger picture POTTHAST BROS. INLAY MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD: Hepplewhite style mahogany sideboard with string and rope inlay, the tapered legs ending in spade feet are inlaid with bellflowers. The top center drawer is compartmented. Original keys lock all drawers and side compartments. Potthast Bros. Baltimore metal nameplate. 41 1/2''h. x 58'' x 21 1/2''. Sold with original sales invoice dated 1929. 1200
109 Click for larger picture CZECH GLASS BEAD AND BRASS PEACOCK WALL MOUNT LAMP: The brass body of the peacock fully adorned with glass bead tail. Unsigned. 16''h. x 15''w., extends from the wall 8''. 1200
110 Click for larger picture WALLACE STERLING FLATWARE SERVICE IN THE ''SIR CHRISTOPHER'' PATTERN: 69 pieces to include 12 dinner knives (9 3/4''), 12 dinner forks (7 3/4''), 6 salad forks, 6 soup spoons, 12 teaspoons, 6 iced tea spoons, 6 cocktail forks, 6 butter spreaders, and 3 large serving spoons (8 3/8''l). No monograms. 1400
111 Click for larger picture SHOW STOPPING AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CANDELABRUM WITH CASED GLASS SHADES: Brass electric lamps, each with 6 cased glass shades in a turquoise hue. 28''h. 12'' dia. Early 20th C. 600
112 Click for larger picture AN ASSEMBLED SET OF 4 AMERICAN COUNTRY PERIOD BOW BACK WINDSOR CHAIRS: 19th C. Two of the chairs have 7 spindles, one has 9, one has 8 spindles. All have shaped seats, three have legs pegged thru the seat. Approx, 37 1/4''h, seats are 16-17''h. 450
113 Click for larger picture 3 AMERICAN COUNTRY KNIFE BOXES: Starting with the largest 1) Bird's eye maple, dovetail and thru tenon construction, cut out handle, angled sides, the handle bends towards one side, 7''h. x 17'' x 11 3/4''. 2) Pine with straight sides, dovetail construction, 6'' x 14 1/2'' x 7 1/2'' 3) Pine, slightly angled sides, cut out handle, 3 1/2''h. x 11'' x 7 1/4''. 200
114 Click for larger picture AN AMERICAN COUNTRY PERIOD WINDSOR CHAIR: Bow back with 7 spindles, 35''h., the plank seat is 16''h. x 14''w. Please note repair to split in bow. 175
115 Click for larger picture 19TH C PERSIAN MANUSCRIPT: 6'' x 4'', encased in wonderful carved period frame with metal inlay, 15 1/2'' x 13 1/2''. Some moisture damage evident in lower margin. 400
116 Click for larger picture FINE SEMI ANTIQUE AFSHAR CARPET: Approx. 8'8'' x 5'6''. 1750
117 Click for larger picture PAIR FRENCH BRONZE and HORN VESSELS: Horns fit into a holder supported by a bronze figure, tiered marble base. The horns are 13''l, they 13 1/2''h. overall. 300
119 Click for larger picture LADIES DIAMOND DRESS WATCH: Diamond encrusted dial in 14k gold wrist watch with 24 diamonds around case and braided bracelet. Quartz movement, inside back marked 6707321, outside back marked J14ktL, without works watch and back weigh 24 grams, 6''l. 300
120 Click for larger picture ALPENNY, Joseph, (Irish, 1787-1858): Young Family, W/C, 13 3/4'' x 10'', sign J.S. Alpenny, dated June 1843, 18'' x 14'' in worn frame. Laid on support board of the period, scattered abrasions with insect damage, some fading of colors, moisture staining to lower margins of support board. 500
121 Click for larger picture EARLY 1900'S NEW CENTURY DISC MUSIC BOX: In a cherry and mahogany case, in beautiful working order. Sold with 13 discs. The case is 12''h. x 24 1/2'' x 22'', the discs are 16 1/2'' dia. 3750
124 Click for larger picture PAIR OF FRENCH DORE BRONZE LANTERN LAMPS: Converted to electricity. Very unusual form of bird with worm in his mouth, the worm holds the hammered shade. The base is in the form of a bird claw. 17''h. 850
125 Click for larger picture 19TH C CROTCH GRAIN MAHOGANY GAME TABLE: Richly grained mahogany with shaped top, harp type pedestal base with drop finial. 31''h. x 43 1/2'' x 17''. 375
126 Click for larger picture ELEGANT PAIR OF FINE VICTORIAN PARLOR CHAIRS: Incise carved and stained crest, 38''H. x 19'' x 18'' 300
127 Click for larger picture MATTHIESEN, Oscar, (Danish, 1861-1957): ''Days End'', O/C, 25 1/2'' x 19 1/2'', monogrammed and dated 1931, gilded frame, 29 1/2'' x 23 1/2''. 425
128 Click for larger picture REINHOLD, Nielsen, (Danish, 1891-1984): Autumn Landscape with Deer, O/C, 19'' x 28'', signed, gilded frame, 25'' x 34''. 300
129 Click for larger picture REINHOLD, Nielsen, (Danish, 1891-1984): Late Autumn Landscape with Deer, O/C, 22'' x 26 1/2'', signed, gilded frame, 25'' x 29''. 225
130 Click for larger picture RONNE, Paul, (Danish, 1884-1964): Interior Scene, O/C, 16'' x 20'', signed, gold frame 19'' x 23''. 300
132 Click for larger picture PAIR OF VICTORIAN ROCOCO MASQUERON CARVED SIDE CHAIRS: Walnut and burl walnut panels, velvet seats and backs, 41''h. x 19'' x 18''. The carved scrolls on one chair is missing. 200
133 Click for larger picture GOLDEN TIGER OAK DOOR BOOKCASE CABINET: Double glass doors over a pair of half length drawers. Adjustable interior shelves. 55 3/4'' x 42 3/4'' x 13''. 700
135 Click for larger picture ISHIDA, Shigesaburo, (Japanese, 1888-1960): Cherry Blossom Landscape with Figures, W/C, sight size 12 1/2'' x 19'', signed S. Ishida, gilded frame, 19'' x 27 1/2''. 200
135A Click for larger picture JAPANESE BRONZE VASE MOUNTED AS A LAMP: Highly detailed animal and bird design, 19''h. 300
136 Click for larger picture AOKI, K., (Japanese, 20th C.): Japanese Fisherman, W/C, 12'' x 9'', signed lower right, contemporary framing with wear, 15'' x 12''. Some faint foxing, laid on board. 175
137 Click for larger picture PAIR OF PEKING GLASS VASES: Blue over white in a fish design. 9 3/4''h. 125
138 Click for larger picture PAIR OF PEKING GLASS VASES: Yellow over yellow in a fish design, 9 3/4''h. 225
139 Click for larger picture PEKING GLASS VASE AND BOWL: Yellow over white in a flying crane design, the vase is 10 3/4''h., the bowl is 6 1/4'' dia. 175
140 Click for larger picture MARCH, Elsie, (1883-1974): ''Graham'', Bronze, 14'', incised signature. 300
141 Click for larger picture 15'' STRAND OF PEARLS IN PRESENTATION BOX: 7.2mm cultured pearls with a soft peachy pink tint and lovely luster, 14k white gold clasp with 4.7mm pearl, green and cream velvet clam shell box. 225
142 Click for larger picture ROSEN, Paul, (Latvian, 20th C.): 4 Mid-east W/C's heightened with white, 1 set of matching frames, 2 different, image sizes vary from 9 3/4'' x 4 3/4'' to 11 1/2'' x 4 3/4'', all pieces are signed, in various condition, mostly good, some crackling in the white, and some toning to paper. Sold as is. Frames sizes vary from 19'' x 9'' to 16'' x 11'', with wear. 150
143 Click for larger picture CARVED MAHOGANY JACOBEAN CHAIR: Ca. early 20th C. Fully carved arched top rail, bulbous feet. 53''h. x 22'' x 18 3/4'' wide. 150
144 Click for larger picture FRENCH LIMOGES PUNCH BOWL WITH 12 CUPS: Hand painted in a grape design. The punch bowl has a luster glaze interior, the exterior is hand painted in the same grape motif as the cups. It is signed in script M. Kellogg on the underside, it does not bear a Limoges mark. The 12 cups bear the mark for Tressemann & Vogt mark ca. 1892-1907. There are no chips or cracks, though one cup looks like it has a repair on the interior rim. Beautiful! 700
145 Click for larger picture DEBUT, Marcel, (French, 1865-1933): Viking Warrior, Bronze, 22'', Salon Des Beaux Arts plaque affixed. Some greening to patina, horns unscrew. 700
148 Click for larger picture 5 GLASSHOUSE WHIMSEY GLASS WALKING STICKS: In shades of amber, clear, bottle green and ruby. The bottle green cane is hollow with a rounded knob handle. The light amber is the longest at 47 1/2'', the darker amber is shortest at 27'' long. The ruby red cane is probably a later piece. 700
149 Click for larger picture 19th C AMERICAN EMPIRE MAHOGANY DRESSER: Three recessed drawers over 4 full size drawers, with the upper having an ogee front. Heavy brass drop pulls, scroll feet. 43 1/2''h. x 43 1/2'' x 19 3/4 deep. 400
150 Click for larger picture ERTE BRONZE FRENCH ROOSTER: 15 1/2'' h., Chalk and Vermillion and Seven Arts stamp to base, impressed 283/375. Copy of original Chalk receipt available. 3500

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