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European Furniture & Decorative Arts
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Sale 2542B April 9, 2011 Boston
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European Furniture & Decorative Arts - featuring Fine Ceramics
July 9, 2011
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Faience Baluster Vase
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table of contents
1 Auction & Specialist Information
2 Web Site & Online Bidding
4 Provenance & Glossary of Terms
5 Lots 1-1084
136 Conditions of Sale
137 Absentee Bid Form
138 Company Directors & Specialty Departments
139 Administrative Staff & Client Services
140 Map & Driving Directions
141 Parking & Accommodations
142 Dining
143 Catalogue Subscription Form
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All items in this catalogue are described according to the following table of terminology. Please note that all statements in this
catalogue as to Authorship, Period, and Origin, are qualified statements subject to the Conditions of Sale.
Authorship will be described in the following ways:
John Joseph Enneking. - In our judgment, the work is by the artist.
Attributed to John Joseph Enneking. - In our judgment, the work may be ascribed to the artist on the basis of style, but leaves
some question as to actual authorship.
School of John Joseph Enneking. - In our judgment, a work of an unknown follower executed in the style of the artist and
contemporary in period.
Manner of John Joseph Enneking. - In our judgment, a work executed in the style of the artist by an unknown hand and
probably from a later period.
After John Joseph Enneking. - In our judgment, an intended copy of the work of the artist.
American School, 19th Century. - In our judgment, the work of an unknown hand that can only be identified as to period and
culture.
Other terms:
Bears Signature. - In our judgment, the signature not of the artist. This term is generally used separately, or together with a
description of the work as “attributed to,” “school of,” “manner of,” or “after” the artist.
Glossary of Terms
Provenance
Lots 341, 424, 431, and 574 are from a Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown, Massachusetts, Historical Home.
A Rhode Island Estate
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1.
Carl Thieme Porcelain Vase and Cover, Germany, late 19th
century, polychrome enameled and gilded, the shoulder with scantily
clad nymphs surrounded by applied flowers, each side with a figural
courtyard scene, the cover with cherubs by a crown, factory marked, ht.
24 1/2 in.
$400-600
2.
Chinese Reverse Glass Painting, late 19th/early 20th century,
polychrome decorated with a depiction of a courtesan and her dog,
simple wood frame, overall 15 5/8 x 21 3/8 in.
$400-600
3.
Six Royal Copenhagen Floral Danica Porcelain Bread Plates,
Denmark, 20th century, reticulated and gilded borders, polychrome
enameled centers with different botanical designs, printed factory
marks, dia. 9 in.
$300-500
4.
Irish Mahogany Banjo Barometer, 19th century, with scrolled edging,
the mercury thermometer over a silvered dial inscribed John Cahoon 8
Bridge St. Belfast, lg. 40 1/4 in.
$400-600
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“Sevres” Gilt-bronze Mounted Three-piece Clock Garniture, France,
late 19th century, each covered vase polychrome enamel painted by
Laurent with lovers in a courtyard setting, the clock with putti, each
with bronze lion mask and drapery ring handles, the clock with cherubs
about the base, vase ht. 23 1/2; clock ht. 27 3/4 in.
$2,000-3,000
6.
William & Mary Oyster Veneered Chest of Drawers, 18th century,
oyster veneer to top, sides, and front surfaces, with two short over
three long graduated drawers, on stemmed bun feet, ht. 37 1/4, wd. 38
1/4, dp. 23 1/4 in.
$2,500-3,500
7.
Pair of Victorian Gothic Revival Oak Armchairs, late 19th century,
arched upholstered backrest, reeded arms ending in stylized paw
hand grips, overupholstered seat on ring-turned legs joined by angular
stretchers, full ht. 45 3/4 in.
$500-700
8.
H. Schwabe Patinated Bronze Bust of a Lady, c. 1881, mounted
atop a waisted black onyx socle and inscribed P. Stotz & Co. and H.
Schwabe 1881, overall ht. 10 1/2 in.
$500-700
9.
Bohemian Overlay Cranberry Glass Vase, late 19th/early 20th
century, white cut to cranberry with gilt trim and polychrome enameled
floral design, ht. 9 1/4 in.
$250-350
10.
Italian School, 19th Century
Flight to Egypt
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, oval format, sight size 16 3/4 x 21 1/8 in. (42.5 x 53.7
cm), framed.
Condition: Unstretched rectangular canvas tacked into frame rabbet,
punctures along edges from old tack holes, retouch, craquelure,
staining, surface grime.
$3,000-4,000
11.
Henry Dasson Gilt-bronze Mantel Clock, France, c. 1880, the case
with scrolling and foliage, figural finial with a cherub playing pipes,
enameled dial inscribed Henry Dasson Paris, ht. 22 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
12.
Sarouk Rug, West Persia, early 20th century, 6 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
$700-900
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Louis XV Rococo-style Oak and Beechwood Side Cabinet,
19th century, rectangular with rounded corners, with single
drawer over cupboard door enclosing a drawer, on front scrolled
and rear block feet, ht. 38 1/4, wd. 29 3/4, dp. 16 3/8 in.
$300-500
14.
Brass-bound Camphorwood Campaign Chest, England,
late 19th century, case fitted with a long drawer enclosing
fitted interior with green felt writing surface, drawers and
compartments, over two short and two long drawers, stenciled
design to drawers, on bracket feet, ht. 37 1/2, wd. 34 3/16, dp.
17 3/16 in.
$1,000-1,500
15.
Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Brush Box and Cover,
China, 19th century, gilt ground with polychrome enamel
decorated panels of figures and flowers within a field of scrolled
vines and flowers, lg. 7 1/4 in.
$400-600
16.
Assembled Gilt-bronze and Alabaster Three-piece Clock
Garniture, France, late 19th century, including a pair of two-light
candleholders, each with seated cherub, ht. 13; together with a
clock with figure of Cupid to one side, dial signed “J. Camelin,”
ht. 16 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
17.
Pair of Painted Tin and Giltwood Ornaments, South America,
each with polychrome and openwork foliate upper section and
handled urn-form spit baluster base, ht. 32 1/4 in.
$400-600
18.
After Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899)
Copy After The Horse Fair
Inscribed “Rosa Bonheur” l.r.
Oil on canvas, 47 1/4 x 58 1/4 in. (119.5 x 148.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Patch reinforcements, retouch, canvas deformation
to lower corners, craquelure, surface grime.
$2,000-3,000
19.
Pair of Dresden Porcelain Vases and Covers, Germany, late
19th century, each gilded and polychrome enamel decorated
with alternating panels of figures in landscapes and botanicals,
underglaze AR mark, ht. 14 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
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Pair of Victorian Leather-upholstered Mahogany Armchairs, late
19th century, rectangular backrest flanked by fluted stiles, with padded
armrests raised on spindled gallery, with front baluster-form and curved
rear back legs on casters, full ht. 38 1/2 in.
$600-800
21.
Victorian Leather-upholstered Mahogany Library Armchair, late
19th century, curved rectangular tufted backrest, upholstered arms with
carved lion mask endcaps, on balustroid front legs with beaded girdle,
and curved rear legs, on casters, full ht. 38 in.
$600-800
22.
Pair of Paris Porcelain Figural Vases, France, 19th century, each
polychrome enamel decorated and gilded with bisque figures of
nymphs molded to freeform vases decorated with flowering gardens,
each reverse with bouquet and ribbons, ht. 16 1/4, 17 in.
$800-1,200
23.
School of Godfrey Kneller (British, 1646-1723)
Portrait of a Nobleman, Possibly the Duke of Marlborough
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 28 3/4 x 24 in. (73.0 x 61.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, stable craquelure.
Provenance: Butterfields, Fine European and American Paintings and
Sculpture, March 21, 1990, Lot 02413.
$2,000-2,500
24.
White Marble Bust of Costanza Bonarelli, Italy, 19th century, after
the original by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, mounted atop a waisted circular
socle, ht. 23 1/4 in.
$2,500-3,500
25.
Assembled Set of Ten Meissen Porcelain Plates, Germany, 19th
century, each gilded and polychrome enamel decorated, raised border
designs with leaves surrounding classical putti in landscapes, each
center hand-painted with putti in varying poses, crossed swords marks,
approx. dia. 9 in.
$2,000-3,000
26.
Regency Mahogany Stick Barometer, England, 19th century, broken
pediment atop a silvered rectangular register incised Smart 215 Tooley
Street London, banded inlay trim and with a cistern cap at base, ht. 38
in.
$700-900
27.
Hand-painted Bristol-type Glass Vase, 19th century, gilded and
polychrome enamel decorated with a pale yellow ground and raised
designs of a bird in flight, flowers, foliage, and dragonflies, ht. 17 3/4 in.
$600-800
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George III Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, late 18th century, upper
section with straight cornice carved with blind fretwork, with a pair of
glass mullioned doors, lower section with secretary drawer enclosing
pigeonholes, drawers, and leather writing surface, over three long
drawers, raised on fret-carved bracket feet, ht. 82 1/4, wd. 42, dp. 20
5/8 in.
$1,000-1,500
29.
William IV-style Rosewood Veneered Breakfast Table, with antique
elements, the round tilt-top on heavy tapering circular-section on
quadripartite base with scrolled toes, on casters, ht. 29 1/2, dia. 53 3/4
in.
$800-1,200
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After George Romney (British, 1734-1802)
Portrait of Robert Raikes (1735-1811)
Unsigned, bears presentation plaque.
Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 1/8 in. (76.2 x 63.9 cm), framed.
Condition: Paint losses, scattered abrasions, craquelure.
Provenance: A New England estate.
N.B. This head and shoulders likeness of Robert Raikes is based
upon George Romney’s three-quarter length portrait of Raikes in the
collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London. Raikes was the
founder of the Sunday School Movement in England.
$1,200-1,800
31.
Paris Porcelain Hand-painted Vase and Stand, France, 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded decoration, a central figural cartouche
to a blue ground, botanical cartouche to the reverse, the scrolled foliate
handles and stand encrusted with numerous flowers, overall ht. 19 3/4
in.
$500-700
32.
Three Rose Mandarin Decorated Porcelain Items, China, 19th
century, each with gilt trim and polychrome enamel decoration of figural
courtyard scenes, including a hexagonal scalloped rim pitcher, ht. 6;
covered bowl with double-entwined strap handles, dia. 5 7/8; and a
cylindrical tankard with double-entwined strap handle, ht. 5 5/8 in.
$600-800
33.
Victorian Brass-bound Rosewood Lap Desk, rectangular hardwood
box with brass mountings, the top with a shaped brass cartouche, the
interior with purple velvet writing surface, covered file compartment, one
long and two small covered compartments, and two glass ink bottles,
lower panel with single drawer, ht. 7 1/4, wd. 18 1/8, dp. 11 in.
$400-600
34.
Porcelain and Gilded Brass Mounted Timepiece, France, c. 1900,
the vine supports adorned with porcelain flowers surrounding a central
figure of a maiden, enameled dial decorated with floral festoons, overall
ht. 9 1/2 in.
$400-600
35.
Pair of Victorian Leather-upholstered Mahogany Club Chairs, late
19th century, with straight low back and arms, the front rail carved with
patera, husk, and leaftip, upholstered frame and loose seat cushion, on
front claw-and-ball and rear square-section legs, on casters, full ht. 27
1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
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Victorian Papier-mâché Tray on Later Stand, the tray painted
with central foliate design, inset into modern mahogany table base,
rectangular with rounded corners, on turned, tapering circular-section
legs, tray 30 x 22 1/2, table ht. 21 1/2, wd. 34, dp. 26 3/4 in.
$500-700
37.
Gilded and Silvered Bronze Figural Mantel Clock, France, c. 1900,
orb-shaped clock adorned with cherubs, the base with birds to one
side and stepped with arabesque floral banding within bands of beading
and leaves with berries, ht. 20 1/2 in.
$2,000-4,000
38.
Kashan Rug, Central Persia, second quarter 20th century, 6 ft. 8 in. x
4 ft. 2 in.
$1,500-2,000
39.
Italian School, 19th Century
Adoration of the Magi
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 17 37/8 x 14 1/2 in. (45.2 x 36.8 cm), framed.
Condition: Lined, retouch, craquelure.
$1,200-1,800
40.
Pair of Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Lamp Bases, China,
19th century, with gilt ground and polychrome enamel decorated panels
of figures in a courtyard setting, raised lion mask and ring handles, vase
ht. 8 3/4 in.
$500-700
41.
“Sevres”-style Gilt-metal Vase and Cover, France, 20th century,
pineapple finial and classical female figures to scrolled and foliate
handles, ivory ground porcelain with raised gold framed cartouches of
figures in a landscape to one side, a garden courtyard on the reverse,
ht. 21 1/4 in.
$700-900
42.
Set of Six George III-style Carved Mahogany Dining Chairs, late
19th century, with yoke crest and pierced vasiform seat splat carved
with drapery swag and leaftip, with overupholstered seat, on chamfered
square-section legs joined by stretchers, full ht. 37, seat ht. 18 1/4 in.
$3,000-5,000
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Napoleon III Part-ebonized Fruitwood Chest of Drawers, mid-19th
century, with projecting top drawer over three long recessed drawers
flanked by ebonized columns, on block feet, ht. 37 3/4, wd. 45 1/8, dp.
22 3/4 in.
$300-500
44.
Eight Assorted Brass Candleholders, 18th and 19th century,
including two Spanish-type with square bases; a pricket; a pair of tall
prickets with royal crest; and three English with octagonal bases, ht. 3
1/2 to 29 in.
$700-900
45.
KPM Porcelain Plaque Depicting The Garden of Love, Germany,
late 19th century, after Peter Paul Rubens, rectangular shaped and
polychrome enamel decorated, with a number of cavaliers and ladies
dressed in luxurious fashion of the period, all assembled in a garden by
the edge of a fountain sporting a number of putti and adorned with a
statue of Venus, impressed KPM and scepter mark, actual plaque size
16 1/8 x 21 5/8 in.
$15,000-20,000
46.
George III Brass-bound Mahogany Work Box on Stand, England,
of typical form, the rectangular box with brass fittings, on stand with
square tapered legs, ht. 17 3/4, wd. 18, dp. 11 1/2 in.
$500-700
47.
Georgian Mahogany Stick Barometer, Scotland, 19th century, broken
pediment atop a rectangular framed silver plated register inscribed J.B.
Corti Glasgow, the case with string inlay and turned circular cistern
cover, lg. 37 1/2 in.
$500-700
48.
Pair of Sevres-style Porcelain Coffee Cans and Saucers, France,
19th century, each with gilded festoons to a celeste blue border
and with central polychromed cartouches with figures to each can,
landscapes to each saucer, saucer dia. 5 in.
$500-700
49.
German School, 19th Century
The Virgin and Child with John the Baptist and St. Anne
Unsigned, initialed “A...” on the reverse.
Oil on panel, 9 1/4 x 7 1/8 in. (23.5 x 18.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Crack in panel to u.l. quadrant, retouch, craquelure, paint
losses, varnish inconsistencies.
$1,000-1,500
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Dutch Marquetry Cabinet on Stand, late 19th century, the upper
section with bombe bible drawers over two cupboard doors elaborately
inlaid with flower-filled urns and various flower stems, enclosing interior
fitted with various oyster-veneered drawers and central marquetry
cupboard door, the base with single drawer and five barley-twist legs
joined by inlaid box stretcher, ht. 63 1/2, wd. 44 1/2, dp. 19 in.
$2,000-3,000
51.
George III-style Mahogany Two-pedestal Dining Table, 20th
century, the two sections of the top rectangular with rounded corners,
raised on baluster stems and reeded downswept legs ending in brass
paw-form caps, ht. 30 1/2, full lg. 77, dp. 43 3/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
52.
Sevres Gilt-bronze Mounted Vase and Cover, France, 19th century,
winged female handles, pale ivory ground with blue enamel borders, gilt
trim and polychrome enameled figural cartouches to either side, ht. 22
1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
53.
Northwest Persian Rug, late 19th/early 20th century, (small areas of
wear, end fraying, selvage damage), 5 ft. 9 in. x 4 ft.
$700-900
54.
Three Meissen Porcelain Polychrome Blue Onion Decorated Soup
Bowls, Germany, 19th century, each with blue onion pattern overlaid
with hand-painted gilt and polychrome foliate decoration, crossed
swords mark, dia. 9 1/8 in.
$300-500
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Pair of Napoleon III Gilt-bronze Andirons, each formed as a celestial
orb with stars atop paw feet standing on a pedestal base with a wreath
enclosing crossed torches, flanked by scrollwork, ht. 11, lg. 12, dp. 22
1/2 in.
$800-1,200
56.
Carl Thieme Porcelain Figural Wine Barrel, Germany, late 19th
century, gilt trim and polychrome enamel decorated with an allegorical
figure holding and adorned with bunches of grapes, seated on a barrel
mounted atop a pierced base with applied flowers, ht. 14 1/4 in.
$300-500
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William IV Rosewood Canterbury, mid-19th century, rectangular
base with single drawer, mounted with stylized shell and scroll uprights
separated by turned spindles, on turned tapered legs with brass
casters, ht. 18 1/2, wd. 21 1/4, dp. 15 in.
$300-500
58.
Victorian Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Tea Poy, third quarter 19th
century, sarcophagus-form top carved with ovolo at upper edge and
inlaid to the hinged lid with an eagle, interior fitted with two lidded tea
wells and two colorless glass mixing bowls, on baluster-turned stem
with three scroll-carved legs, ht. 31 3/4, wd. 16 1/2, dp. 11 1/2 in.
$500-700
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Louis Vuitton Wood-strapped Cloth-bound Steamer Trunk, serial
number 157088, ht. 37 1/4, wd. 21 in.
$1,000-1,500
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Rosewood Canterbury, late 19th/early 20th century, rectangular base
with single drawer and austere uprights, on circular reeded legs with
castors.
$200-250
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Attributed to George Turner the Younger (British, 1843-1910)
Bakewell from Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire
Signed or inscribed “Geo. Turner” l.l., inscribed and titled “Geo. Turner
RA...” on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 1/4 in. (35.6 x 46.4 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, lifting, patch reinforcements, craquelure.
$1,000-1,500
60.
Vienna Porcelain Covered Tureen and Platter, Austria, late 19th
century, gilt trim to cobalt blue ground with turquoise border medallions,
polychrome printed with allegorical cartouches, tureen lg. handle to
handle 15 3/4, platter lg. 17 5/8 in.
$200-400
61.
Pair of Sevres Porcelain Bronze-mounted Vases and Covers,
France, 19th century, royal blue ground with gilt floral and foliate
borders, each with oval cartouches, one with a herder tending cattle,
the other with two women tending cattle, the reverse with flowers and
butterflies, bronze ram’s head handles, ht. 16 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
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Carved Wood Statue of Saint Ignatius, Spain, 18th century, the
standing figure wearing a long cape and holding a book, on rectangular
base, ht. 29 in.
$500-700
63.
French School, 19th Century
Rape of the Sabine Women
Unsigned.
Oil on copper, 20 3/16 x 26 in. (51.3 x 66.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, varnish inconsistencies.
$1,000-1,500
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William IV Rosewood and Crossbanded Library Table, c. 1835,
rectangular top with rounded corners, with two drawers, on trestle
support with turned columns and scrolled feet, on casters, ht. 29 5/8,
wd. 58 1/4, dp. 31 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
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Pair of Victorian-style Copper-bound Oak and Mahoganized Basins
on Stands, 20th century, the oak barrel-form basins with two copper
bands and heavy copper handles, fitted with black-painted metal liners,
and set atop mahoganized stands with turned legs, basin dia. 17 1/2,
ht. 10 3/4, ht. of stands 11 7/8 in.
$500-700
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Sevres-style Four-piece Porcelain Tea Set, France, 19th century,
celeste blue ground with gilded borders and polychrome enameled
cartouches of portraits and floral bouquets, including a covered teapot,
ht. 6 1/4; cream jug, ht. 3 3/4; covered sugar bowl, ht. 4 3/4; and
quatrefoil-shaped tray, lg. 11 1/2 in.
$500-700
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F.P. de Tavera (Spanish, 1859-1932)
Bronze Figure of a Little Girl Seated, dark brown patina, inscribed
artist signature, ht. 8 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
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Ushak Small Carpet, West Anatolia, late 19th century, (even wear), 12
ft. x 5 ft. 9 in.
$1,000-1,500
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V. Szczbelewski (Polish, 1888-)
Standing Bronze Figure of a Boy, Mousse Siffleur, modeling
whistling and posed with hands in his pockets, brown patina, inscribed
title, stamped foundry mark, ht. 17 in.
$500-700
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Alberto Prosdocimi (Italian, 1852-1925)
Panorama of Venice
Signed “A. Prosdocimi.F” l.l., titled “Panorama.../No. 2” in pen on the
reverse u.r.
Watercolor on paper, 11 3/8 x 17 1/4 in. (28.9 x 43.9 cm), framed.
Condition: Mat burn to edges of sheet, subtle rippling, mild foxing,
toning to the reverse, hinged to the back mat in three places along the
top edge on the reverse.
$800-1,200
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“Sevres”-style Bronze-mounted Vase and Cover, France, late
19th century, female mask handles, royal blue ground with gilt framed
polychrome cartouches of lovers dancing on one side, a floral bouquet
on the reverse, ht. 18 in.
$800-1,200
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Regency Ebony-inlaid and Satinwood Crossbanded Book Stand,
early 19th century, adjustable top with book rest and inlaid with
diamonds and stringing, fitted frieze drawer to the side and raised on
a telescoping tripod base with angular downswept feet, ht. 30, wd. 19
5/8, dp. 18 in.
$300-500
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Georgian-style Mahogany Chest of Drawers, late 19th century, with
four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, on bracket base, ht. 32, wd.
35 1/4, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$600-800
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Faience Portrait Charger, Continental, 19th century, polychrome
painted with floral and foliate framed depiction inscribed Santa:Maria
Ora Prnobi, dia. 14 1/8 in.
$300-500
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Pair of Silvered Bronze Figures Depicting Nicholas II and
Alexandra, France, 1897, possibly made for the coronation in 1897,
each modeled standing, he in military uniform, she in an elegant gown,
inscribed signature and date, ht. 14 5/8 in.
$2,000-4,000
76.
Enameled Glass Decanter, late 19th/early 20th century, bottle-shaped
with single side handle, gilded over orange enamel with scrolled foliate
and tropical bird design, faceted stopper, ht. 9 5/8 in.
$300-500
77.
French School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Young Woman
Unsigned.
Pastel on paper mounted to canvas, 30 x 24 7/8 in. (76.4 x 63.3 cm), in
a frame liner (under glass).
Condition: Staining overall to the reverse and with a tear with losses of
the liner on the reverse c.r., possible small repair l.r.
$800-1,200
78.
Pair of Large Bisque Figures, Japan, 20th century, polychrome
enameled and gilded depictions of a man and woman, ht. 21 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
79.
Regency-style Mahogany and Brass-mounted Music Stand, c.
1880-1900, sheet rest with lyre-shaped support with height adjustment,
on a circular fluted stem with three-sided concave base on scrolled feet,
inlaid with stringing, ht. 44 3/4 in.
$300-500
80.
English Queen Anne-style Side Chair, with urn-form splat,
upholstered slip seat, and front cabriole legs ending in pad feet, seat ht.
18 in.
$200-300
81.
Pair of English Porcelain Potpourri Vases, 19th century, probably
Mintons, in the rococo style with pierced neck and shell-mounted
shoulder, light plum ground with gilded trim and polychrome enameled
cartouches with depictions of a shepherd and shepherdess, ht. 8 1/4
in.
$600-800
82.
Carl Siegfried Stoitzner (Austrian, 1866-1943)
Monk at Ease
Signed “C. Stoitzner” l.r.
Oil on panel, 8 1/4 x 6 1/8 in. (21.0 x 15.7 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure with shrinking, abrasions.
$300-500
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83.
Black Dome-top Tea Bin, c. 1880, with stenciled floral and geometric
decoration to lid and front, ht. 21 1/2 in.
$250-350
84.
Sarouk Rug, West Persia, second quarter 20th century, (slight edge
wear), 4 ft. x 2 ft. 2 in.
$200-300
84A.
Gothic Revival Coromandel and Brass-mounted Tantalus, c. 1875,
retailed by Tiffany & Co., Union Square, the case of knife box form, with
sloped lid and curved front, mounted with engraved brass strapwork,
and side lifting handles, the velvet-lined interior fitted with three colorless
cut glass decanters with faceted ball stoppers, ht. 10 5/8, four cordial
stems, ht. 3 1/2, and two tapered beakers, ht. 3 5/8, case ht. 14 1/4,
dp. approx. 11 1/2, wd. 11 in.
$1,000-1,500
85.
Sevres-style Gilt-bronze Mounted Mantel Clock, France, 19th
century, the porcelain polychrome enamel decorated with panels of
figures in a courtyard below a clock dial with cherub, the sides with
panels of trophy drops below oval portrait medallions of elegant ladies,
ht. 18 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
86.
Louis XV Provincial Walnut Armoire, with arched cornice, cresting
carved with paterae and ribbon, with two arched doors further carved
with flower stems and ogee paneling, with shaped skirt, on scrolled
front and ogee rear feet, ht. 92, wd. approx. 59, dp. approx. 24 in.
$1,500-2,000
87.
Early Georgian Mahogany Game Table, composed of 18th century
elements, the top with protruding corners, single drop leaf, raised on
cabriole legs with pad feet, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 34, dp. closed 17 3/4, open
31 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
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88.
Meissen Porcelain White Glazed Swan Service Tureen and Cover,
Germany, 19th century, heavily modeled with swans centering a floral
band and classical mermaid handles, the cover with a partially nude
maiden seated atop a dolphin with a cherub by her side, inscribed
number 3908 and underglaze crossed swords mark, overall lg. 16 in.
$400-600
89.
Pair of Baroque Carved Giltwood Pricket Candlesticks, Italy, late
17th century, each with baluster-form standards on tripod base ending
in paw feet, ht. 21 1/2 in.
$400-600
90.
Dutch School, 19th Century
Interior of an Inn
Unsigned, bears presentation plaque.
Oil on canvas, 25 3/8 x 33 in. (64.5 x 83.9 cm), framed.
Condition: Lined, scalloping, retouch, craquelure.
$800-1,200
91.
Child’s Oak Morris Chair, late 19th/early 20th century, with adjustable
back and black leather button tufted seat and back cushions, ht. 25
1/4, wd. 18, dp. 22 in.
$300-500
92.
Three Pairs of Brass Candlesticks, England, 18th/19th century, each
pair with stepped octagonal base, ht. 8 1/4, 9, 9 3/8 in.
$600-800
93.
Sevres-style Porcelain Plaque in Brass Frame, France, 20th century,
gilt trim with polychrome enameled depiction of cherubs, plaque 4 1/2
x 5 in.
$300-500
94.
Italian Neoclassical Marquetry and Parquetry Inlaid Chest of
Drawers, early 19th century, rectangular top with three long drawers,
on bracket feet, inlaid throughout with beaded panels and roundels, ht.
33 1/2, wd. 45, dp. 21 in.
$2,000-4,000
95.
Near Pair of Chippendale-style Carved Mahogany Child’s Corner
Chairs, c. 1875-1880, each with carved U-shaped cresting over two
vasiform piercework splats and upholstered slip seat, one cabriole leg
with carved knee ending in claw-and-ball foot, and three square legs,
seat ht. to 13 in.
$400-600
96.
Meissen Porcelain Figure of a Cherub, Germany, 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded standing figure modeled partially
draped, holding a flower in one hand and a torch in the other, a
sunflower with bird perched to one side, crossed swords mark, ht. 14
1/2 in.
$500-700
96A.
Pair of Grand Tour-style Gilded Angel Paintings, Italy, both angels
after Fra Angelico, one playing the drum, the other with a horn, each
with architectural carved and giltwood frame, 24 x 7 1/2 in.
$300-500
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Grand Tour-style Gilded Madonna and Child Painting, Italy, after Fra
Angelico, in architectural carved and giltwood frame, panel signed on
the reverse, 28 1/2 x 10 3/4 in.
$200-400
97.
Classical-style White Glazed Porcelain Figure of Venus at Her
Bath, Italy, 20th century, the nude standing figure partially robed, a
dolphin behind her left leg, marked “Nove” to underside of base, ht. 23
1/4 in.
$300-500
98.
Anatolian Rug, late 19th century, (areas of wear at ends, small stain), 6
ft. x 4 ft. 4 in.
$300-500
99.
Continental School, 19th Century
Study of Figures in a Landscape
Unsigned, bears presentation plaque.
Oil on paper mounted to canvas, 6 x 9 7/8 in. (15.2 x 25.1 cm), framed.
Condition: Minor losses, retouch, abrasions, craquelure.
Provenance: James A. Schalk, Cincinnati, Ohio; by family descent to
private Cincinnati collection.
$800-1,200
100.
Pair of Large Bisque Figures, Germany, 19th century, polychrome
enamel decorated depictions of a man and woman, ht. 21 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
101.
Dutch Baroque Oak Linen Press/Cabinet, with antique elements,
scrolled cresting, pair of doors enclosing shelves and drawers, lower
section with three serpentine drawers, on stemmed bun feet, ht.
approx. 110, wd. 60, dp. 23 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,500
102.
William & Mary-style Oak Sideboard, early 20th century, the
rectangular top over two short drawers and two doors, above scalloped
skirt, on spiral carved legs joined by stretchers, ht. 35 3/4, wd. 48, dp.
17 1/2 in.
$400-600
103.
Pair of Meissen-style Porcelain Figural Vases, Germany, late 19th
century, each polychrome enameled and gilded with floral bouquets
within raised foliate frames, applied putti handles amongst vines of
fruits, crossed swords mark, ht. 14 1/4 in.
$600-800
104.
Mahogany Shaving Mirror, England, c. 1860-1880, framed mirror
with spiral columnar supports, serpentine shaped base with hinged top
opening to compartment, on carved shell feet, ht. 31 1/2, wd. 31, dp.
11 in.
$600-800
105.
Victorian Mahogany Collector’s Cabinet, c. 1880, the rectangular top
over six graduated drawers, each fitted with compartments, on bracket
feet, ht. 21 3/8, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 14 1/8 in.
$600-800
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Painted Tole Tray, England/France, late 18th/early 19th century,
rectangular shape with cut-out handles, depicting two figures in a
garden, on modern ebonized faux bamboo stand, ht. 19 3/4, wd. 24,
dp. 18 1/2 in.
$500-700
107.
KPM Porcelain Figural Group and Stand, Germany, 19th century,
polychrome enameled and with gilt trim, modeled as an allegorical
figure of Apollo supporting a shield with a Medusa head and riding a
chariot pulled by four horses atop a freeform wave-molded base, lg. 15;
set on a raised stand with stylized borders, lg. 18 1/4 in.
$500-700
108.
George III Colonial Cedarwood Drop-leaf Table, late 18th century,
of typical form, rectangular, the leaves with lightly rounded corners, on
cabriole legs with claw-and-ball feet, ht. 28 1/4, wd. 37, leaves dp. 13
3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
109.
Chinese Elmwood Small Kang Table, 19th century, rectangular top
with everted flanges at ends, with dragon-carved angular returns, on
trestle legs, wd. 36 1/2, dp. 7, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$200-300
110.
Italian School, 19th Century
Archangel Raphael with Tobias and the Fish
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas mounted to Masonite, 31 1/2 x 24 1/2 in. (80.0 x 62.2
cm), framed.
Condition: Losses, lined, skinning, retouch, craquelure.
$600-800
111.
Meissen Porcelain Figural Group, Germany, 19th century, gilded and
polychrome enamel decorated depiction of Europa seated upon a bull
and flanked by attendants, molded flowers adorning the bull and in a
basket on the oval mound base, crossed swords mark, ht. 8 1/4 in.
$400-600
112.
Sevres-style Bronze-mounted Vase and Cover, France, 19th
century, cobalt blue ground with raised gold foliage framing a cartouche
with lovers on one side, a landscape on the reverse, winged caryatid
handles supporting an openwork arabesque floral band, ht. 28 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
113.
Northwest Persian Carpet, early 20th century, (some moth damage,
small dry area), 21 ft. 8 in. x 11 ft. 2 in.
$1,000-1,500
114.
Cold Painted Spelter Camel-form Inkwell, late 19th/early 20th
century, formed as a sleepy recumbent camel, the hinged lid atop the
tasseled saddle, ht. 5 3/4 in.
$200-300
115.
Lot of Two Framed 19th Century English Watercolors:
Old Cottages Droitwich, signed “f. H.P Moore” l.r., titled and inscribed
“...W. Pitt” l.l., sight size 7 1/4 x 10 3/8 in. (18.5 x 26.3 cm); and River
View with Ruins of a Stone Church, signed “J. Willo..” l.l., sight size
11 1/4 x 17 in. (28.5 x 43.3 cm).
Condition: Toning, foxing, not examined out of frames.
$200-300
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116.
Set of Six George III Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, c. 1785, with
yoke cresting over pierced vasiform splat centered by a patera demilune
and husk drops, with shaped overupholstered seat and square-section
legs joined by stretchers, full ht. 36 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,500
117.
George III-style Mahogany Tilt-top Table, plain round top on
baluster-turned base with three downswept legs ending in pointed pad
feet, dia. 29 3/4, ht. with top down 27 1/2 in.
$500-700
118.
Sevres Porcelain Hand-painted Vase, France, c. 1900, raised gold
scrolled foliage to a bottle shape with scrolled foliate handles and
polychrome enameled figural canal and landscape views, ht. 11 in.
$700-900
119.
Italian School, 19th/20th Century
Portrait Head of a Dark-haired Boy
Unsigned.
Oil on panel with a label from Giuseppe Biasutti, Venezia, affixed to the
reverse, 12 1/2 x 8 3/8 in. (31.8 x 21.3 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, craquelure, frame abrasions, varnish
inconsistencies.
$600-800
120.
Pair of Sevres-style Porcelain Portrait Vases and Covers, France,
late 19th century, each with cobalt blue ground, gilded trim and raised
ribbon framed cartouche with polychrome portrait, ht. 13 3/4 in.
$700-900
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British School, 19th Century
HMS Victory Entering Portsmouth Harbor After Battle
Signed and dated “T. Knowles 1820” l.l.
Oil on canvas, 18 x 26 in. (46.0 x 66.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Patch reinforcement, retouch, abrasions, paint losses,
varnish inconsistencies, craquelure, surface grime.
Provenance: Purchased from Plaza Gallery, New York City.
$800-1,200
122.
Framed Limoges Enamel Plaque, France, 18th century, rectangular
shape with gilt trim and polychrome enamel depiction of a saint, 3 3/4 x
4 3/4 in.; set in a carved walnut frame.
$300-500
123.
Black Forest Carved Bear’s Head Inkwell, Germany, c. 1880, set
with glass eyes, hinged lid, ht. 6 1/4 in.
$300-500
124.
Meissen Porcelain Figural Compote and Stand, Germany, late 19th
century, polychrome enameled and gilded, the two-handled reticulated
basket with applied flowers supported atop a freeform pedestal
adorned with flowers, the base surrounded by cherubs representing the
four seasons, ht. 17 1/2; mounted on a raised square base with applied
flowers to scrolled feet, ht. 4 5/8 in.
$2,500-3,500
125.
Polychrome and Carved Wood Putto, Naples School, late 17th
century, the figure in mid-flight and draped with a purple robe, ht. 18
1/2 in.
$400-600
126.
William IV Plum Pudding Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase, 19th
century, breakfronted and molded cornice above conforming case fitted
with three open sections with adjustable shelves, above projecting
lower section fitted with three drawers and four doors, ht. 90, wd. 55,
dp. 23 in.
$800-1,200
127.
Baroque-style Cabinet, Continental, two long above two short doors,
carved baluster and windowpane decoration, interior fitted with shelves,
ht. 72 1/2, wd. 35 1/2, dp. 17 3/4 in.
$300-500
128.
Bronze Model of a High Chest, late 19th century, a replica of the
vault that won a gold medal for renowned vault and safe maker E.A.
Rosengrens of Sweden at the 1897 World Fair, ht. 12 1/2 in.
$400-600
129.
Dresden Porcelain Mantel Clock, Germany, late 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded foliate case with applied flowers and
youths bearing garlands, ht. 13 in.
$600-800
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130.
Manner of Lorenz Strauch (German, 1554-1630)
Head of a Man
Monogrammed and dated “1.5.9.3./·LS·” u.r., identified on labels on the
reverse.
Oil on panel, 8 3/8 x 6 3/8 in. (21.3 x 16.2 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, fine craquelure, surface grime.
$600-800
131.
Kashan Rug, Central Persia, second quarter 20th century, 6 ft. 9 in. x
4 ft. 6 in.
$1,000-1,200
131A.
Pair of Bradley & Hubbard Renaissance Revival Cast Iron
Andirons, late 19th century, formed as seated lions, each holding a
shield in one raised front paw, mold impressed mark B&H, ht. 17 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,800
132.
Eight Brass Candlesticks, England, 18th/19th century, including an
urn-shaped pair with tapering square bases; a pair with circular bases;
and four with octagonal-shaped bases, ht. 6 to 10 5/8 in.
$600-800
133.
Pair of George III-style Mahogany “Cockpen” Armchairs, late 19th
century, rectangular openwork back and arms, overupholstered seat,
rectangular-section legs joined by stretchers, full ht. 36 5/8 in.
$1,000-1,500
134.
Pair of Black-painted and Stencil-decorated Commercial Tea Bins,
early 20th century, both rectangular with rounded top, the front panels
stenciled for “Ideal Brand,” one also for “Young Hyson” the other “6 Ft.
Japan,” ht. 19 3/8, wd. 19 1/4, dp. 13 1/4 in.
$500-700
135.
Pair of KPM Porcelain Pink Ground Vases and Covers, Germany,
late 19th century, finial of cherubs holding bunches of grapes, ram’s
head handles, applied floral festoons above polychrome enameled
cartouches with depictions of lovers in landscape settings, ht. 17 3/4 in.
$500-700
136.
Brass Jewel Box, England, late 19th century, modeled as a three-
drawer chest, allover relief decorated, the top with cherubs, one side
with music motifs, the other side with flowers, each drawer front with
scrollwork, ht. 7, lg. 8 1/4 in.
$300-500
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137.
Three Aluminum and Brass Hat-form Desk Lamps, c. 1930, each
shade with a different fashion hat from the period, ht. 15 1/2 to 16 in.
$300-500
138.
Dresden Porcelain Hand-painted Vase, Germany, late 19th century,
trefoil-shaped rim to a tapering body with banded lustre border above
a gilt ground decorated with polychrome enameled elegantly dressed
men and women, ht. 9 1/8 in.
$400-600
139.
Italian School, 19th/20th Century
Lot of Two Views of Naples Harbor
Unsigned.
Gouache on paper, sheet sizes to 6 x 8 in. (15.2 x 20.2 cm), framed.
Condition: Both scenes surrounded by painted borders, not examined
out of frames.
$500-700
140.
Miniature Empire-style Mahogany Tall Chest, New England, late
19th century, the rectangular top above molded front drawer over two
small and three long drawers, flanked by stiles with leaf carving, on
plinth base with ball feet, ht. 23 3/16, wd. 16 3/4, dp. 10 1/2 in.
$250-350
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141.
French Oak Cabinet, 19th century, the molded cornice above a single
door carved with shell and foliate design, enclosing a shelved interior,
on scroll feet, ht. 84 1/2, wd. 28 7/8, dp. 19 1/4 in.
$300-500
142.
Meissen Porcelain Figural Group, Germany, late 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded depiction of a male youth playing a
horn for a young lady seated atop a goat, crossed swords mark, ht. 6
in.
$400-600
143.
Dutch School, 17th Century Style
Tavern Scene
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas mounted to board, 11 1/4 x 9 in. (28.6 x 22.9 cm),
framed.
Condition: Craquelure, abrasions.
$400-600
144.
Miniature Brass Fire Fender, England, mid-19th century, U-shaped
with supporting ball feet, lg. 8 1/4, ht. 6 1/8 in.
$200-300
145.
Imari Porcelain Charger, Japan, 19th century, gilded and polychrome
enameled with panels of flowers and garden landscapes, dia. 18 1/2 in.
$600-800
146.
Figural Bronze and Marble Inkstand Depicting Voltaire, the partially
robed bronze figure grasping an urn-form inkwell with hinged lid, atop a
marble stand with front pen well, lg. 16 in.
$400-600
147.
Dresden Porcelain Hot Water Pot and Cover, Germany, late 19th
century, heavily gilded group with polychrome enameled figures of
elegantly dressed Victorian men and women, ht. 9 3/8 in.
$400-600
148.
George III-style Diminutive Mahogany Slant-lid Desk, 19th century,
of typical form with fitted interior of small drawers and pigeonholes over
four graduated drawers and ogee bracket feet, ht. 30 1/2, wd. 29 3/4,
dp. 17 3/4 in.
$500-700
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149.
Louis XV-style Faux Boulle, Ebonized, and Gilt-metal Mounted
Cabinet on Stand, 20th century, the recessed upper section with
arched top accented with gilt-metal scrolls, with two doors over two
drawers, the fabric-lined interior with small drawers and pigeonholes,
the base with single frieze drawer, on cabriole legs, the whole with
decoration of simulated boullework, ht. 70, wd. 31 3/4, dp. 22 in.
$600-800
150.
Dutch School, 17th Century Style
View of Figures in an Interior
Unsigned.
Oil on panel, 14 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. (36.2 x 28.6 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure, retouch.
$500-700
151.
Meissen Porcelain Figure of a Lady Napping, Germany, late 19th
century, after a model by Acier and Schonheit, gilded and polychrome
enameled and modeled seated in a high-back chair, one arm resting on
a tall marble-top table, crossed swords mark, ht. 7 1/2 in.
$500-700
152.
Carved Wood Head of a Male Saint, Spanish School, 17th century,
balding, with mustache and beard, on later wood stand, ht. without
stand 11 1/2 in.
$400-600
153.
Ushak Carpet, West Anatolia, late 19th century, 9 ft. 2 in. x 9 ft. 2 in.
$1,000-2,000
154.
Three Desk Articles, a bronze two-well inkstand with bust of Voltaire,
lg. 9 3/4; an inkstand with bronze lion on wood base, lg. 13 3/4; and a
two-light student lamp, ht. 18 1/2 in.
$300-500
155.
Jacobean-style Oak Cabinet, composed of old elements, with two
drawers above a central door, decorated with chip-carved panels on
front and sides, on bun feet, ht. 37 1/2, wd. 47, dp. 21 1/2 in.
$300-500
156.
Mahogany Wardrobe, 19th century, with molded cornice above two
doors enclosing a fitted interior composed of a long compartment
with hooks and sliding shelves, over two short drawers, on plinth
base, ht. 65 3/4, wd. 48, dp. 22 7/8 in.
$700-900
157.
Dresden Porcelain Tureen and Cover, Germany, late 19th century,
oval shape with shell handles, all heavily gilded and decorated
with polychromed cartouches between pink enameled vignettes of
landscapes with buildings and sailing ships, the finial with cherubs
flaking a raised pillow, unidentified factory mark, overall lg. 9 5/8 in.
$200-300
158.
Gilt and Polychrome Wood Figure of Mary Magdalene, the standing
figure in elaborate gilt-decorated robes, affixed to cloth-covered wood
panel, ht. without panel 12 1/2, with panel 26 1/8 in.
$500-700
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592-1635)
Lot of Eight Festival or Landscape Etchings: Les Combats de
Cavalerie (two prints in one mat), La Petite Treille, Le Petit Port,
La Chasse aux Oiseaux, Le Grand Rocher, Le defilé à pied, and
Mostra della Guerra d’Amore Festa Del Ser
All later impressions.
All signed in the plates, titled in pencil on the mats, plate sizes to 8 7/8
x 11 3/4 in. (22.5 x 30 cm), unframed.
Condition: Some with margins trimmed, mild toning, handling creases,
nicks and wear to edges.
N.B. Some of these etchings come from various series, such as Medici
Landscapes and Combat à la barrière.
$500-700
160.
German Porcelain Figural Mantel Clock, late 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded with cherubs seated atop floral
baskets and playing horns and cymbals to either side of the central
clock with urn finial, all adorned with floral sprays, overall ht. 17 1/4, lg.
17 1/2 in.
$700-900
161.
Gilt-bronze and Crackled Amethyst Glass Potpourri Vase and
Cover, France, 19th century, grape and foliate finial, the vase with
pierced collar and Bacchus head handles supporting fruiting grapevine
festoons, foliate-decorated socle and plinth, ht. 12 in.
$1,200-1,800
162.
Pair of Chippendale Mahogany Side Chairs, late 18th century, each
with shaped cresting and pierced owl-eye splat, slip-seat and square,
molded legs joined by stretchers, seat ht. 18 in.
$400-600
163.
Dutch Baroque-style Carved Oak Blanket Chest, early 20th century,
rectangular, the front carved with panels of fans, beading, and leaftips,
on trestle feet, ht. 26, wd. 54 1/4, dp. 25 in.
$600-800
164.
Porcelain Figural Mantel Clock, Germany, late 19th century,
polychrome enameled and gilded, modeled as a nymph seated in a
chariot atop the central clock, surrounded by nymphs, swans, and
cherubs, all mounted atop a raised floral decorated base, overall ht. 22
in.
$500-700
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Glass Lamp and Shade, Austria, 20th century, the shade and base
enamel-decorated with white scrolls and polychrome floral design, total
ht. 18 1/4 in.
$500-700
165.
Patinated White Metal Figure of a Moroccan Horseman, late
19th century, polychrome decorated and mounted atop a stepped
rectangular marble base, overall ht. 24, lg. 28 in.
$700-900
166.
Giltwood Mirror, Italy or Spain, 18th century, scrolled foliate arch
supported by florets, with foliate trim and architectural feet, overall lg.
52, mirror 17 3/4 x 23 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,800
167.
Northwest Persian Rug, late 19th/early 20th century, (areas of wear,
minor end fraying), 6 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$700-900
168.
Pair of Volkstedt Porcelain Figural Ewers, Germany, c. 1880, gilded
and polychrome enamel decorated, each molded with scrolled foliage
and applied cherubs surrounding a central floral cartouche, mark for
Treibner, Ens & Eckert, ht. 14 1/2 in.
$400-600
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169.
American School, 19th Century
Orientalist Figure and Horse before a Doorway
Signed “...Tremaine.” l.r.
Oil on canvas, 17 x 14 in. (43.1 x 35.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Scattered retouch, craquelure, stretcher bar marks, surface
grime.
$800-1,200
170.
Renaissance Revival Elmwood Side Table, 20th century, elaborately
carved with beading and scrolling foliage, with rectangular top over two
short drawers and scrolled supports, on spiral-turned legs joined by a
stretcher base on bun feet, ht. 36, wd. 83 1/2, dp. 31 1/2 in.
$1,800-2,200
171.
Louis XVI-style Rococo Revival Window Seat, with foliate-carved
frame, upholstered S-scrolled arms, upholstered seat, and cabriole legs
on casters, ht. 22, lg. 33 in.
$300-500
172.
Miniature Burl Walnut Chest with Tunbridge Inlay, c. 1860-1880,
gallery with spires and watch holder over rectangular case fitted with
two short and two long drawers, with Waltham pocket watch in holder,
ht. 20, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 10 1/2 in.
$400-600
173.
Meissen Porcelain Figural Clock on Stand, Germany, late 19th
century, polychrome enameled and gilded, the floral and foliate case
with applied cherubs depicting the seasons, ht. 18 3/4; the triangular
base with scrolled feet and applied flowers, crossed swords marks, lg.
15 3/4, ht. 4 5/8 in.
$3,000-5,000
174.
Four-piece Marble Desk Set, 20th century, comprising a letter stand,
lg. 7 3/8; blotter, lg. 6 1/16; inkstand with front pen well, lg. 15 1/2; and
figural wild cat inkwell with front pen well, lg. 9 3/4 in.
$300-500
175.
Wenzel Hollar (Bohemian, 1607-1677)
Lot of Two Unframed Etchings: View of Lambeth from Whitehall
and Tootehill Fields
Unsigned, identified in a pencil inscription on the mat.
Lambeth image size 3 9/16 x 6 5/8 in. (9.0 x 16.9 cm), Tootehill plate
size 3 5/8 x 6 5/8 in. (9.2 x 17.2 cm).
Condition: Sheets trimmed, both hinged to backing mats along top
edges.
Provenance: A Rhode Island estate.
$300-350
176.
Patinated Metal Figural Clock, Continental, early 20th century,
modeled as two cherubs supporting an orb-shaped clock case,
inscribed A. Carrier, mounted atop bronze and black onyx bases,
overall ht. 28 1/2 in.
$700-900
177.
Regency-style Upholstered Recamier, 19th century, backrest carved
with fabric swags and wheat, reeded seat rail, and downswept legs
ending in cast bronze paw feet on casters, ht. 33 1/2, wd. 86, dp. 26
in.
$2,000-3,000
178.
Victorian Inlaid Walnut Davenport Desk, c. 1860, top with lidded
false-bottom compartment behind slant-lid green leather writing surface,
on base with four drawers on the right side and sham drawers on the
left, on U-shaped base with casters, ht. 31 1/2, wd. 20 3/8, dp. 20 in.
$400-600
179.
Spanish Colonial Style, 18th/19th Century
Head of Christ Wearing Crown of Thorns
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 17 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. (44.5 x 34.4 cm), framed.
Condition: Lined, retouch, paint losses, craquelure, surface grime.
$600-800
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180.
Meissen Porcelain Figural Group, Germany, 19th century,
polychrome enamel decorated allegorical depiction of a woman
attending to a cherub scribing in a book and centering several women
and children about the freeform rocky base, crossed swords mark, ht.
11 in.
$700-900
181.
Kerman Rug, Southeast Persia, early 20th century, (edge curling, very
small edge tear), 7 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
$1,000-1,200
182.
Continental Polychrome, Gilt, and Carved Wood Figure of the
Assumption of the Virgin, Assunta Madonna, in a green robe with
foliate decoration, with later wood base, ht. without base 17 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
183.
Pair of Sevres Porcelain Plaques, France, 19th century, each jasper-
like roundel with white classical relief of a maiden and cherub to a light
blue ground, dia. 6 7/8 in.; set in giltwood frames.
$400-600
184.
Continental Baroque-style Carved Oak and Velvet-upholstered
“Great Chair,” c. 1900, the carved backrest with crest depicting
two birds centering a cartouche and foliate carving surrounding the
upholstered panel, flanked by two spiral-carved stiles topped by finials,
with turned armrests ending in dragon heads, on turned legs with
stretcher base, ht. 53, wd. 26, dp. 24 in.
$100-150
185.
Five-piece Suite of Louis XVI-style Aubusson Tapestry Upholstered
Seating Furniture, c. 1890-1900, comprising one settee and four
armchairs, each with carved and giltwood ribband crest and oval
backrest, with acanthus carved armrests and ribband carved seat rail
on circular fluted legs, seat ht. 17 in.
$1,500-2,500
186.
Royal Worcester Porcelain Ewer, England, c. 1885, model 1015 with
bronzed dragon handle to a bottle shape with ivory ground and gilded
polychrome enamels with flowers, foliage, and butterflies, printed mark,
ht. 12 in.
$250-350
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187.
Beaded Stumpwork Panel, England, 17th century, rectangular form
with polychrome depiction of Christ seated beneath a tree flanked by
animals, a devil to the upper right, angels to the upper left, 17 x 24 1/2
in.
$2,000-3,000
188.
Pair of Second Empire Bronze and Glass Candlesticks, France,
mid-19th century, rim and foot with fruiting grapevine banding, the stem
with continuous diamond pattern, ht. 12 in.
$700-900
189.
Meissen Porcelain Blue Onion Decorated Figural Compote and
Stand, Germany, 19th century, the two-handled reticulated oval bowl
set with applied flowers and vines and mounted atop a floral adorned
pedestal with eight putti depicting the seasons, ht. 17 1/4; with a raised
square shaped base with scrolled legs and floral relief, ht. 4 1/8 in.;
crossed swords marks.
$2,000-3,000
190.
Italian School, 19th Century
Landscape with Figures
Unsigned.
Oil on panel, 2 1/2 x 3 13/16 in. (6.2 x 9.8 cm), framed.
Condition: Bowing to the panel, small dents c.r., paint losses along
edges at u.l. corner.
$300-500
191.
Six Similar Brass Candlesticks, England, 18th/19th century, each of
similar design with a stepped octagonal base, ht. 8 1/4 to 8 1/2 in.
$300-500
192.
Victorian Rococo Revival Carved Giltwood Pier Mirror, with arched
mirror, cresting and lower borders of pierced openwork foliage, approx.
ht. 95, wd. 48 in.
$2,500-3,500
193.
Set of Six George III Provincial Elmwood Side Chairs, 19th
century, each with scroll-crested backrest, pierced vasiform splat, and
upholstered seat on square tapered legs, seat ht. 19 in.
$800-1,200
194.
Meissen Porcelain Triumph of Venus on Stand, Germany, 19th
century, polychrome enameled and gilded, the central partially nude
figure surrounded by cherubs and attended by mermaids and a
merman, ht. 16 1/2; set on a freeform base molded with sea monsters,
cherubs, turtle, shells, and a merman blowing a horn, lg. 22; overall ht.
19 3/4 in.
$3,000-5,000
195.
Isfahan Rug, Central Persia, mid-20th century, 5 ft. x 3 ft. 5 in.
$700-900
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195A.
Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Figure of Two Ducks, c. 1925, the
ducks holding a frog by its legs between them, ht. 2 1/4 in.
$300-500
195B.
Five Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Miniature Flowerpots, late 19th/
early 20th century, each pot containing a different type of flower, ht. to
2 1/2 in.
$300-500
196.
Two Renaissance Revival Bronze Inkwells, each on tripod stand
decorated with garlands and masques, ending in paw feet, one gilded,
ht. to 5 1/8 in.
$200-400
197.
Five Paris Porcelain Napoleonic Cabinet Plates, France, late 19th
century, each with raised gold foliate designs to a wide cobalt ground
border, the polychrome enameled centers with depictions of battles,
each titled on the reverse, Bourdois & Bloch marks, artist signed
Garnier, dia. 10 3/8 in.
$800-1,200
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198.
Manner of Edwin Henry Landseer (British, 1802-1873)
Dog and Pups in Peril at Sea
Initialed and signed indistinctly “L.A.D....L. A Di..enbaugh” l.l., inscribed
“Waddell” in pencil on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 30 3/16 x 33 1/4 in. (77.0 x 84.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure, stretcher marks, surface grime.
$500-700
199.
Louis XVI Rococo-style Giltwood Window Bench, late 19th century,
elaborately carved and upholstered with separate seat cushion, the
arms with shaped crests, raised on cabriole legs, ht. 34 7/8, wd. 45
1/2, dp. 20 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
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200.
Dutch Miniature Oak Bureau/Bookcase, 19th century, angular
molded cornice above a pair of paneled doors, bombe-fronted case
fitted with two short and two long drawers on claw-and-ball feet, carved
with sprays of foliage, ht. 38, wd. 26, dp. 12 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
201.
George II Giltwood Mirror, England, mid-18th century, the crest with
fleur-de-lis centering foliate designs, overall lg. 32 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,000
202.
Pair of Gilt-metal Figural Nine-light Candelabra, Continental, each
formed with an archangel as the stem issuing scrolling candle arms, on
a tripod base, ht. 33 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
203.
Set of Steuben Colorless Glass Stemware, Corning, New York, 20th
century, catalog no. 7737, trumpet-shaped cup on trapped bubble
stem with polished pontils, comprising ten champagne/desserts,
approx. ht. 5; ten water stems, approx. ht. 7; six sherries, approx. ht.
5; twenty-three wines, approx. ht. 6; and eight cordials, approx. ht.
4; together with ten bowls, approx. dia. 4 3/8; and eleven side plates,
approx. dia. 7 in.
$1,500-2,500
204.
Five Brass Candlesticks, Spain and England, 18th century, a pair with
square bases; a pair with octagonal bases; and a single with bulbous
circular base, ht. 6 1/4 to 8 3/8 in.
$400-600
205.
Meshed Carpet, Northeast Persia, early 20th century, (small area of
wear, slight moth damage), 10 ft. x 7 ft. 8 in.
$800-1,000
206.
Elizabethan-style Carved Oak and Marble-top Hall Table, early
20th century, foliate carved panel over protruding base with single door
above shelf on downswept feet, ht. 63 5/8, wd. 24, dp. 16 in.
$300-500
207.
William IV Rosewood Game Table, c. 1835, rectangular top with
rounded corners and polished interior, leaf-carved baluster-form
standard with four-sided base on scrolled feet, ht. 29, wd. 35, dp. 18 in.
$800-1,200
207A.
Continental Baroque Wrought-iron Mounted Oak Chest, 17th
century, rectangular top and case fitted with pierced and scrolled foliate
strapwork, interior with small lidded well, molded waist and stemmed
bun feet, ht. 24 1/2, wd. 46, dp. 26 in.
$300-500
208.
Pair of Giltwood Recumbent Lions, 19th century, lg. 10 1/4 in.
$400-600
209.
Pair of Dresden Porcelain Vases, Covers, and Stands, Germany,
late 19th/early 20th century, each polychrome enameled, gilded, and
decorated with applied flowers and foliage, the covers with cherubs
flanking a shield-shaped lozenge set with a crown, the vases with
cherub handles and central scenes of lovers flanked by cherubs and
a crown, the stands with scrolled feet and floral sprays, printed mark,
overall ht. 28 in.
$1,500-2,500
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210.
Federico Schianchi (Italian, 1858-1919)
Figures by the Roman Coliseum
Signed and inscribed “FSchianchi/Roma” l.r.
Watercolor and graphite on paper, 14 5/8 x 10 1/4 in. (37.8 x 26.1 cm),
framed.
Condition: Sheet laid down on paperboard, mat burn at lower edges.
$300-500
211.
Three Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Serving Items, China,
19th century, each with gilt trim and polychrome enamel decorated
with panels of figures in courtyard settings, including a “shrimp” dish,
lg. 10 1/2; an oval vegetable dish and cover, lg. 10 3/4; and a shallow
scalloped serving bowl, dia. 8 1/2 in.
$500-700
212.
Polychrome Painted and Carved Figure of Christ, probably Russia,
17th century, the half-length bearded figure with raised hands, above
carved cloudwork and a tasseled frieze, with three seraphim below, ht.
34, wd. 24 in.
$500-700
213.
German Porcelain Fruit Compote, 19th century, oval form with
pierced gallery, gilded trim and polychrome enameled floral designs, lg.
12 7/8 in.
$500-700
214.
Regency Inlaid and Rosewood Crossbanded Mahogany Wine
Cooler, early 19th century, rectangular inlaid lid with two brass pulls on
tapered base with two lion’s head handles ending in bracket feet, with
lead-lined interior, ht. 19 1/2, wd. 28 1/4, dp. 21 in.
$800-1,200
215.
Aesthetic Movement Part-gilded and Ebonized Slipper Chair,
c. 1880, with scrolled backrest, ribbed uprights and slat-filled back,
overupholstered seat on turned legs, seat ht. 14, wd. 21, dp. 19 in.
$300-500
216.
Russian Icon of Christ Emmanuel, c. 1780, Christ as a youth
surrounded by raised borders covered with a tooled and incised gilt
brass basma, the halo set later with faceted and cabochon cut glass
pieces, 12 3/8 x 10 3/4 in.
$2,000-2,500
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217.
Pair of KPM Porcelain Plaques After Works by Gerrit Dou,
Germany, late 19th century, each with a Dutch genre scene, one
depicting Old Woman Unreeling Threads (the original in The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg), the other with an elderly fishmonger peeling apples,
signed l.r. “CDOW 1607,” approx. 10 x 12 1/2 in.; mounted in
contemporary giltwood frames.
$3,000-5,000
218.
Johann Heinrich Ramberg (German, 1763-1840)
La Jument du compère Pierre
Signed “...Rmbg pinxt/1800” l.c.
Hand-colored etching, image size including border 13 1/4 x 16 1/8 in.
(33.5 x 41.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
N.B. This scene is based on the poem “La Jument du compère Pierre”
by Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695).
$500-700
219.
Abyssinian Coptic Brass Cross, Ethiopia, 19th century, with elaborate
engraved and pierced design, ht. 24 1/4 in.
$300-500
220.
Chinese Porcelain Pillow, 19th century, oblong shape with rounded
top, polychrome enamel decorated with ducks to one side, birds
perched among blossoming trees to the other, lg. 14 5/8 in.
$400-600
221.
Victorian Gilt-decorated Papier-mâché Tray on Later Stand, tray
mid-19th century, serpentine edges with gilt foliage, ebonized stand
with turned and splayed legs joined by stretchers, ht. 23, lg. 32 3/4, dp.
26 1/2 in.
$500-700
222.
English Mahogany Three-tier Dumbwaiter, 19th century, with three
graduated and dished tiers on a tripod base, ht. 48 in.
$600-800
223.
Paris Porcelain Clock and Stand, France, 19th century, rococo-style
case with heavy foliage above a polychrome enameled cartouche and
scrolled legs, the rectangular base raised on four scrolled legs with a
central floral spray, underglaze J.P. mark, overall ht. 15 in.
$500-700
224.
Pair of Rose Mandarin Decorated Porcelain Sauce Tureens and
Stands, China, 19th century, gilded ground with polychrome enamel
decorated panels of figures in courtyard settings bordered with bands
of bats, flowers, and foliage, lg. handle to handle 8 in.
$500-700
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225.
Lot of Seven European Landscape Intaglio Prints or Facsimiles:
Andreas Achenbach (German, 1815-1910), Küste von Capri; Jean-
Baptiste Le Prince (French, 1734-1781); Johan Barthold Jongkind
(Dutch, 1819-1891), Maaslins; Gabriel Perelle (French, 1603-1677);
Dominique Barriere (French, 1610-1678), Gio. Iacomo Rossi formis
Romae alla Pace; Anthonie Waterloo (Flemish, c. 1610-1690);
Flemish School, 17th/18th Century, Gavere. Image sizes to 11 1/4 x
15 3/4 in. (28.6 x 40.0 cm), matted, unframed.
Condition: Most with toning, subtle rippling, foxing, sheets trimmed;
Jongkind with 1 3/8 in. minimum margins; Achenbach appears to be a
lithograph or photolithograph.
$200-250
226.
Chinese Export Porcelain Soup Tureen and Stand, late 18th century,
polychrome enamel decorated with cartouches of figures in courtyard
settings bordered in puce-colored diapering, lg. handle to handle 12
1/2 in.
$700-900
227.
Gilt-bronze Mounted Cobalt Glazed Vase and Cover, France, 19th
century, mottled blue glaze to an earthenware body, printed M.P.
Sevres mark, ht. 14 1/4 in.
$600-800
228.
English Carved Walnut Hall Chair, early 20th century, with shaped
backrest carved with an owl and plank seat on trestle base, seat ht. 19
in.
$300-400
229.
Louis XVI-style Brass-mounted Mahogany “Handkerchief” Game
Table, Ireland, late 19th century, the four panel hinged top opening to
a felt playing surface with reservoirs for game pieces, fitted with single
drawer, on circular fluted legs, with paper label for Millar & Beatty Ltd.,
Dublin on underside, ht. 29, closed wd. 21 1/2, closed dp. 21 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
230.
Edmund George Warren (British, 1834-1909)
Country Vista
Signed “Edmund G. Warren” l.r., identified on a presentation plaque,
with partial labels from F.R. and from Thomas B. Worth & Company,
Artists’ Colourmen, on the stretcher.
Oil on canvas, 26 1/8 x 40 3/4 in. (66.5 x 103.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Tear with paint loss l.c., paint loss l.r. corner, canvas
deformations, craquelure, surface grime.
$400-600
231.
French Porcelain Cherub Clock, 19th century, polychrome enameled
and gilded, cherubs to either side of the cylindrical clock case, one
holding a book for scribing, the other a palette for painting, applied
flowers and painted floral designs, ht. 18 1/2 in.
$500-700
232.
Three Oval Format Carved Wood Panels, possibly Scotland, 18th
century, by an Italian sculptor, each with putti adorning statuary busts
of Classical deities and playing mandolins, remaining polychrome and
gilt traces, with wood frames, each approx. ht. 17 1/2 in.
$500-700
233.
Sarouk Rug, West Persia, early 20th century, (some edge wear, slight
end fraying), 4 ft. 11 in. x 2 ft. 7 in.
$600-800
234.
Carved, Polychromed and Gilt Highlighted Wood Statue of Santo
Domingo, Spain, 15th/16th century, the figure wearing a cape and
white robe and holding a book, on a square base, ht. 29 in.
$3,000-5,000
235.
Vienna Porcelain Jar and Cover, Austria, late 19th century, pineapple
finial, iron red ground with polychrome enameled cartouche of a
classical gathering framed within a central pink, yellow, and turquoise
banding with gilt foliate designs and mask heads, printed beehive mark,
ht. 13 3/8 in.
$400-600
236.
Victorian Mahogany Canterbury, c. 1860, with openwork lyre
decoration at sides, single drawer and foliate carved apron, on scrolled
feet with castors, ht. 21 1/4, wd. 25 1/2, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$400-600
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237.
George III Hepplewhite-style Carved Mahogany “Prince of Wales”
Child’s Side Chair, late 19th century, the oval backrest with splat in the
form of the Prince of Wales plumes, overupholstered seat, and square
tapered legs ending in spade feet, seat ht. 14 in.
N.B. Chair purportedly purchased by the Guenther Family of Baltimore
during an auction of Jerome Bonaparte’s (1784-1860) estate.
$100-200
238.
Cantagalli Majolica Vase, Italy, 19th century, polychrome decorated
with portrait medallions centering stylized dolphins, shells, scrolls, fruit,
and masks, ht. 15 1/2 in.
$200-300
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Claude Gellée, called Claude Lorrain (French, 1600-1682)
Lot of Seven Unframed Etchings: Le troupeau en marche; The
harbour with a large tower; Le Bouvier; The flight into Egypt; Via
Sacra detto Campo. Vacino di Roma; The Wooden Bridge; and
Goat Herd
All posthumous 18th- or 19th-century printings.
Le Troupeau, Le Bouvier, and Via Sacra signed and dated in the plates,
others unsigned, many titled in pencil on the mat.
Plate sizes to 7 3/4 x 10 in. (19.6 x 25.5 cm).
Condition: Many sheets trimmed at or close to images, most with
rippling, soiling, toning, nicks, and wear to edges; Herd and Sacra
mounted to supporting paper at the corners.
$500-700
240.
Pair of Czech Bisque Figures, 19th century, Portheim & Sons, each
polychrome enamel decorated and modeled as a male and female
peasant dancing, impressed mark, ht. 6 1/2, 6 3/4 in.
$300-500
241.
Five-piece Blue and White Delft Garniture, Holland, 18th century,
consisting of two pairs of vases, each with floral landscape cartouches,
hexagonal, ht. 8 1/2, and covered, approx. ht. 12 1/2; and a central
vase with floral vase cartouche, ht. 9 in.
$500-700
242.
Senneh Rug, Northwest Persia, early 20th century, (small crease), 4 ft.
8 in. x 3 ft. 8 in.
$700-900
243.
Pair of Gilt-brass Pricket Candlesticks, Continental, late 18th/
early 19th century, foliate support to a fluted column mounted atop a
triangular base with symbolic motifs to paneled sides, rim ht. 29 in.
$100-150
244.
Pair of Louis XV-style Chenets, France, 19th century, rococo-style
foliate and floral decorated, ht. 15 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,000
245.
Blue and White Delft Vase and Cover, Holland, late 19th century,
octagonal shaped and fluted side panels, each decorated with a floral
garden, ht. 15 3/4 in.
$300-500
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246.
William & Mary-style Needlepoint-upholstered Walnut Open
Armchair, early 20th century, arched and upholstered backrest,
scrolled arms and balloon-shaped seat, on foliate carved angular
cabriole legs ending in pointed pad feet, seat ht. 18, wd. 21, dp. 17 in.
$300-500
247.
Pair of Early Georgian-style Burl Walnut and Needlepoint-
upholstered Miniature Settees, early 20th century with antique
elements, double chair-back form with shepherd’s crook cresting
centered by a shell and vasiform splat, on outscrolled arms, with petit
point needlepoint upholstered slip-in seat, on front shell and acanthus-
topped cabriole legs with claw-and-ball feet, and plain rear cabriole
legs, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 31 1/2, dp. approx. 16 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,500
248.
Brass Sabbath Lamp Chandelier, Poland, 19th/20th century, eight
light, each openwork arm with central deer-like figure, approx. lg. 20 in.
$2,000-3,000
249.
School of François André Vincent (French, 1746-1816)
Portrait Head of a Woman in Profile
Unsigned, inscribed “V. Cartel/F.A. Vincent” on the reverse u.l.
Mixed media with charcoal and sanguine on paper, sheet size 21 3/4 x
16 3/4 in. (55.0 x 42.5 cm), unframed.
Condition: Creases, subtle rippling, soiling, tack holes u.c. and l.c.
$350-550
250.
Framed Fruit Relief Still Life, Italy, 19th century, polychrome
decorated with high relief depiction of fruit below a flowering panel, oval
form set in a rectangular frame, overall 27 3/4 x 33 1/2 in.
$200-400
251.
Pair of Pewter Pricket Candlesticks, Continental, 18th century, the
turned stems supported by three scrolled feet, drip pan ht. 17 1/2 in.
$200-300
252.
Four Cantagalli-type Earthenware Items, Italy, 19th century, a
Hispano-Moresque style pitcher with central bird medallion surrounded
by scrolled vines and leaves, ht. 8 1/4; a majolica vase polychrome
decorated with alternating panels of cell and stylized foliate designs, ht.
5; and two majolica bobeches, each floral decorated, one in red, the
other blue, ht. 1 1/2 in.
$200-300
253.
Victorian Brown Painted Horse Head Trade Sign, the head modeled
in high relief, on black painted backplate with later stand, ht. 35 in.
$300-500
254.
Renaissance-style Carved Mahogany Lectern, early 20th century,
rectangular top over carved baluster support depicting putti bearing
musical instruments, on tripod base adorned with male heads, ht. 59
3/4 in.
$400-600
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Robert Ingersoll Aitken (American, 1878-1949)
Bronze Figure of a Mother and Child, deep brown patina, signed
“Aitken” on base, underside with “R. B. W.,” possibly for Roman Bronze
Works, ht. 3 1/8 in.
$300-500
255.
Carved and Giltwood Three-putti Panel, Continental, each with head
and wings, left and right flanking central figure with downturned wings,
approx. lg. 29 in.
$400-600
256.
Northwest Persian Rug, second quarter 20th century, (even wear to
center), 8 ft. 2 in. x 5 ft.
$1,000-1,200
257.
Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Punch Bowl, China, late 19th
century, polychrome enameled with alternating panels of figures in a
courtyard and floral motifs with fruit and birds, dia. 13 3/8 in.
$500-700
258.
Pair of Chinese Porcelain Celadon Vases, 19th century, foo lion
handles above applied lizards at the neck, each hexagonal shape gilded
and polychrome enamel decorated with a panel of figures surrounded
by Chinese symbols, flowers, and landscape vignettes, ht. 15 1/2 in.
$400-600
259.
Lot of Three Unframed Landscape Etchings:
Hans Bol (Dutch, 1534-1593), Riverside with View of Town,
signed “HBOL” in the plate, plate size 8 7/8 x 12 5/8 in. (22.5 x 32.0
cm); Continental School, 18th Century, Town in the Mountains,
unsigned, plate size 10 1/4 x 15 1/2 in. (26.0 x 39.4 cm); Continental
School, 18th Century, Rural Landscape with Stream and Figure on
a Bridge, unsigned, plate size 10 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. (39.8 x 27.2 cm).
Condition: Riverside with small tear l.c.; all with creasing, rippling,
abrasions, soiling, nicks and wear to edges, sheets trimmed at or close
to images.
$200-250
260.
Miniature Napoleon III Brass-mounted and Fruitwood-inlaid Burl
Walnut Cabinet, 19th century, rectangular top and case fitted with
a glass door and two glass shelves to interior, rectangular stiles with
foliate cast mounts, plinth base, ht. 26 1/2, wd. 20 1/4, dp. 11 in.
$500-700
261.
Chinese Export Blue and White Porcelain Wash Basin and
Associated Mahogany Stand, 19th century, circular removable top
opening to a large basin decorated in the Canton manner with an
expansive riverscape, the base with saber legs joined by stretchers, ht.
16, dia. 27 in.
$1,000-1,500
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262.
Russian Icon Depicting Christ Pantocrator, late 19th century, painted
in the Western style with polychrome foliate border and gilt ground, 12
3/16 x 10 5/16 in.
$500-700
263.
Russian Icon Depicting Two Patron Saints, late 19th century, painted
in the Western style, with Saint Nicolas, Saint Helen and Christ above,
on gilt ground, 12 1/8 x 10 3/8 in.
$800-1,200
264.
Russian Icon of Saint Elijah, probably Vetka, 19th century, the central
figure seated and surrounded by scenes from his life, with God the
Father in the upper left, on gilt ground, 12 3/16 x 10 7/8 in.
$1,000-1,500
265.
Russian Icon of Saint Nicolas, 19th century, depicting the saint in
half-length, flanked by Christ and the Mother of God, with two patron
saints in the border, on gilt ground, inscribed on the reverse, 14 1/8 x
12 3/16 in.
$800-1,200
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264
266.
Russian Icon Depicting “The Image Not Made by Hands,” 19th
century, with central depiction of Christ’s visage on cloth, held at upper
corners by angels, on gilt ground, 14 x 11 3/8 in.
$700-900
267.
Large Russian Church Icon, 19th century, depicting the complete
resurrection surrounded by the twelve great feasts of the Orthodox
Church, on gilt ground, 28 x 24 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
268.
Louis XVI-style Carved Fruitwood Upholstered Daybed, the frame
with foliate carving on cabriole feet, ht. 34 1/4, approx wd. 78 1/2, dp.
35 1/2 in.
$700-900
269.
Miniature Late Victorian White Enameled Bathtub, 19th century, of
typical form with cast iron claw-and-ball feet, ht. 16, lg. 31 in.
$200-300
270.
William Hogarth (British, 1697-1764)
Lot of Two Engravings: The Idle ‘Prentice at Play in the Church
Yard, During Divine Service. Plate III and The Cockpit
‘Prentice signed “Design’d & Engrav’d by Wm. Hogarth” l.l. and
inscribed “Publish’d according to Act of Parliament Sepbr. 30, 1747”
l.r. in the plate, plate size 10 1/8 x 13 7/8 in. (25.7 x 35.7 cm); Cockpit
signed “Design’d and Engrav’d by Willm. Hogarth” and inscribed
“Publish’d according to Act of Parliament Nov. 5th 1759” in the plate,
plate size 11 11/16 x 14 11/16 in. (29.7 x 37.3 cm); both framed.
Condition: Both with toning and subtle rippling, ‘Prentice with foxing,
Cockpit with staining, not examined out of frames.
$300-350
271.
Six Choisy Majolica Rabbit Plates, France, c. 1900, each polychrome
enamel decorated and molded with different scenes of rabbits in and
about a vegetable garden, printed factory marks, dia. 8 5/8 in.
$600-800
272.
Meshed Carpet, Northeast Persia, second quarter 20th century, 20 ft.
6 in. x 11 ft. 9 in.
$1,500-2,500
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273.
Lead Garden Statue of a Putto Holding a Dolphin, with verdigris
patina, ht. 29 in.
$800-1,200
274.
Three Brass Lucerne Oil Lamps, Italy, 18th/19th century, each with
finial, urn-form font, and saucer base; one with double spouted font,
snuffer, tongs, and prods; one with four spouts, tongs, snuffer, and two
prods; the third with four spouts, snuffer, prod, and a wick trimmer, ht.
to 20 in.
$500-700
275.
Georgian Mahogany Square Piano, John Broadwood & Son,
London, 1808, serial number 12109, with sheet music rest and storage
compartment, on six turned circular legs with castors, ht. 31 3/8, wd.
65 1/2, dp. 23 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
276.
Napoleon III Ebonized and “Boulle” Inlay Brass Mounted and
Marble Topped Cabinet, the marble topped upper section with two
doors opening to shelved interior, the doors inlaid with brass strapwork
on faux tortoiseshell ground, over projecting lower section fitted with a
similarly inlaid single drawer with Minerva mask escutcheon, on cabriole
legs, the front legs inlaid and mounted with ormolu trim, ht. 55, wd. 29,
dp. 16 in.
$700-900
277.
French School, 19th Century
Classical Landscape
Bears inscription “HR 1784” l.l.
Watercolor on paper mounted on paperboard, 4 3/4 x 7 1/8 in. (12.0 x
18.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Bowing to support, mounted to window mat on four sides.
$1,000-1,500
278.
Cantagalli-type Majolica Vase, Italy, 19th century, polychrome
decorated with portrait centering motifs including musical instruments,
dishes, and scrolls, ht. 10 1/4 in.
$200-300
279.
Pair of Brass Three-light Candelabra, late 19th/early 20th century,
each with turned stem and circular foot, ht. 15 in.
$400-600
280.
Meissen Porcelain Vine Pattern Decorated Compote and Two-part
Dish, Germany, the compote with reticulated latticework design around
edge, ht. 5; the two-part dish with single central handle, lg. 9 1/8 in.;
each with crossed swords mark.
$200-400
281.
Malayer Rug, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, (small end tears and
fraying), 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 2 in.
$500-700
282.
Louis XV-style Giltwood Settee, late 19th century, the frame boldly
carved in high relief with putti at various pursuits and rocaille, with
serpentine backrest divided into three upholstered panels, seat ht. 19
1/2, wd. 63 in.
$1,000-1,500
283.
Victorian Mahogany Card Table, 19th century, rectangular top with
velvet-lined interior above a frieze carved with shells and scrolls, lappet-
carved stem and shaped base with four leaf-carved feet, ht. 29 1/2, wd.
33 1/2, dp. 17 in.
$600-800
284.
Six Assorted Metal Pricket Candlesticks, Continental, 18th and 19th
century, including a pair of silvered copper, ht. 12; a pair of brass, ht.
17 5/8; a single brass with triangular base, ht. 13; and a single brass
with stepped circular base, ht. 10 7/8 in.
$400-600
285.
Four James Gillray (1756-1815) Medicinal Prints, England, mid-19th
century, framed together, each showing a colored depiction of stages
from illness to health, originally published January 28th, 1804 by H.
Humphrey, St. James Street, London, each 7 1/4 x 10; the frame 16
7/8 x 41 7/8 in.
$400-600
286.
Embroidered Tri-fold Firescreen, England, 18th century, the center
panel with beveled mirror over a needlepoint decorated urn with
flowers, each side panel with scrolled foliate and floral designs, ht. 46
1/2, lg. 53 1/2 in.
$500-700
287.
Pair of Pewter Candle Holders, Continental, late 18th/early 19th
century, each with turned stems supported by three scrolled and
foliate-decorated feet, overall ht. 17 1/2 in.
$200-300
288.
Chinese Porcelain Lamp Base, 19th century, blue enamel ground
polychrome enameled and decorated with raised fruit and painted with
a variety of fruit, butterflies, and flowers, vase ht. 13 3/8 in.
$400-600
289.
René Valette (French, 1874-1956)
Hunter with Hounds
Signed “René Valette” l.l.
Oil on panel, 10 5/8 x 8 1/2 in. (27.0 x 21.5 cm), framed (under glass).
Condition: Retouch, minor paint losses, slight bowing to support.
$600-800
290.
Adam-style Carved and Gilded Overmantel Mirror, breakfronted
pediment over frieze depicting a classical procession with a chariot
pulled by lions, flanked by two fluted Corinthian columns, with tri-part
mirror framed by ebonized molding, ht. 35, wd. 55 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
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Victorian Brass-mounted Leather Gun Case on Later Mahogany
Stand, case 19th century, rectangular case with fitted red velvet interior
labeled “W. Richards, Liverpool,” stand with square legs, overall ht. 22
3/4, wd. 31, dp. 9 3/4 in.
$400-600
292.
Lot of Nine Etchings:
By or After Stefano della Bella (Italian, 1610-1664), Cornelis
Pietersz Bega (Dutch, c. 1631-1664), and Rembrandt van Rijn
(Dutch, 1606-1669)
Unsigned.
Sheet sizes to 7 5/8 x 9 7/8 in. (19.3 x 25.0 cm), matted, unframed.
Condition: Toning, foxing, most with sheets trimmed, hinged or glued
to paper support; two are in a common mat.
$500-700
293.
Large Twenty-light Louis XVI-style Bronze Chandelier, modern, with
two tiers of acanthus serpentine candle arms with reeded and beaded
drip pans, baluster-form stem, electrified, ht. approx. 27 in.
Note: Matches lot 294.
$2,500-3,500
294.
Large Twenty-light Louis XVI-style Bronze Chandelier, modern, with
two tiers of acanthus serpentine candle arms with reeded and beaded
drip pans, baluster-form stem, electrified, ht. approx. 27 in.
Note: Matches lot 293.
$2,500-3,500
295.
Double-sided Pile Oriental Rug, early 20th century, (area of wear on
one side, slight end fraying), 7 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$400-600
296.
English Porcelain Partial Luncheon Service, 19th century, gold and
gray enamel decorated with molded floral border and scrolled vines with
foliage and berries, including a raised fruit compote, lg. 14; two covered
sauce tureens and covers, ht. 7 1/4; two square shaped serving dishes,
lg. 11; and ten plates, dia. 9 in.; painted number 2/536 on the reverse.
$500-700
297.
Continental Renaissance Revival Onyx and Bronze Hall Stand, late
19th century, the square onyx top on bronze openwork apron, with
onyx-inset medial shelf and spiral columnar legs ending in claw-and-ball
feet, ht. 33 in.
$300-400
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Dutch Baroque Carved Oak Armoire/Chest, 18th century, the
cresting carved with pendant husks and foliage above a pair of paneled
doors opening to shelved interior, the lower section fitted with three
bombé drawers on claw-and-ball feet, ht. 104, wd. 71, dp. 24 in.
$1,000-1,500
298.
Black Forest-style Easel, late 19th century, carved as a curved bough
with branches and leaves, ht. to 71 1/2, wd. 34 1/2 in.
$400-600
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303
304
299.
Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828)
Bárbaros!, posthumous printing, from Los Desastres de la Guerra
Unsigned, titled in the plate l.c. and numbered “38” u.l.
Etching and aquatint on paper, plate size 6 x 8 1/8 in. (15.2 x 20.6 cm),
framed.
Condition: Rippling, foxing, not examined out of frame.
$200-250
300.
Polychrome and Giltwood Carving of the Madonna and Child,
Padova School, late 15th/early 16th century, the Virgin Mary in a red
robe with Jesus in her arms, ht. 34 in.
$2,000-4,000
301.
Russian Icon Depicting Two Patron Saints, late 19th century, Saint
Alexander on the left and a nun saint at right, with Christ above, on gilt
ground, 12 1/3 x 10 3/8 in.
$700-900
302.
Russian Icon of Six Patron Saints, c. 1890, Saint Peter on the left
and Saint Paul on the right, each flanked by two saints, with Christ
above, on gilt ground with polychrome foliate border, 13 7/8 x 12 in.
$1,000-1,500
303.
Russian Icon of Saint Panteleimon “The Healer,” 19th century, the
figure bearing a medicine box and long-handled spoon, with a faux
enamel and basma border, 12 x 10 1/2 in.
$500-700
304.
Bronze-mounted and Parquetry-inlaid Tulipwood Demilune Card
Table, France, 19th century, the hinge top opening to felt playing
surface, on conforming case joining square tapered legs, ht. 29 1/2,
wd. 35 3/8, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$750-1,000
305.
George III Mahogany Knife Box, England, 19th century, converted
to a decanter set, the interior compartmented and fitted with two glass
bottles and two glasses, box ht. 14 3/4 in.
$300-500
306.
Six Spanish-style Brass Candlesticks, 18th century, each with
varying turned stems and square bases, ht. 5 to 6 3/4 in.
$600-800
307.
Russian Brass Travel Icon, 19th century, consisting of four hinged
panels, each with five paneled scenes, open lg. 16 1/4, ht. 7 in.
$400-600
308.
Pair of Louis XVI-style Bronze Chenets, France, 19th century, the
two-handled urns with flame finials and supports decorated with flowers
and foliate festoons, gallery-style cross brace, ht. 13, dp. 13 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
309.
Sarouk Mat, West Persia, early 20th century, 2 ft. 11 in. x 2 ft. 2 in.
$250-350
310.
James Bertrand (French, 1825-1887)
Meditation
Signed and dated “James Bertrand/1878” l.l., identified on a
presentation plaque, with two labels from Wally Findlay Galleries,
Chicago, on the frame backing.
Oil on canvas, 39 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. (100.0 x 55.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure, surface grime.
$3,000-6,000
311.
Large Pair of Pewter Ecclesiastical Pricket Candlesticks,
Continental, 18th century, triangular shape with foliate motifs all set on
scrolled feet, drip pan ht. 35 1/2 in.
$400-600
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Continental Baroque-style Walnut Refectory Table, late 19th
century, rectangular top with chip-carved apron over trestle base, ht.
32, wd. 114, dp. 22 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
313.
Large Classical-style Gilt-gesso and Wood Convex Girandole
Mirror, probably England, cresting with eagle flanked by acanthus,
suspending beaded chain, the frame mounted with spherules, ht. 56,
wd. 33 in.
$2,000-3,000
314.
Framed Reverse Painting of the Pieta, Continental, 18th century,
rectangular with polychromed depiction of the Virgin Mary and other
mourners, painting size 6 1/2 x 8, overall 13 1/4 x 15 1/4 in.
$500-700
315.
Group of Meissen Porcelain Blue Onion Tableware, Germany, 20th
century, comprising a plate, dia. 10; six plates, dia. 9 5/8; four soup
bowls, dia. 9 1/8; shallow bowl, dia. 5 3/8; four reticulated latticework
plates, dia. 6; two cups, dia. 4; serving dish, dia. 8 3/8; and serving
dish, dia. 10 7/8; all marked with crossed swords; together with a
Schaller & Co. “Blue Flute” pattern creamer, ht. 4 1/2 in.
$600-800
316.
Pair of Baroque Carved Giltwood Candlesticks, Italy, late 17th
century, each with trumpet- and leaf-carved urn standard, on tripod
base ending in lion’s paw feet, now electrified and fitted as lamps, ht.
36 3/4 in.
$200-400
317.
Polychrome and Gilt Terra-cotta Statue of the Madonna and Child,
Sienna School, 16th century, the standing Madonna wearing a blue
shawl and rust-red robe, baby Jesus wearing a striped red robe, on a
marbleized base, ht. 18 5/8 in.
$500-700
318.
Johannes Kip (Dutch, c. 1653-1722)
Lot of Two Etchings of English Country Seats: Cleeve Hill and
Shipton Moyne
Both signed “J. Kip Delin et Sculp” in the plate l.l., with labels from
Goodspeed’s Bookshop, Inc., Boston, on the frame backing paper.
Sheet sizes to 13 3/4 x 16 7/8 in. (35.2 x 43.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Both with toning and with sheets trimmed, Shipton with
small tears l.r. edge, not examined out of frames.
$200-300
319.
Library Ladder, c. 1830, with five graduated steps, ht. 50 1/4 in.
$200-400
320.
Set of Four Italian Rococo Fruitwood Side Chairs, late 18th century,
serpentine crest carved with rocaille, with upholstered backrest and
overupholstered seat, on serpentine and rocaille-carved skirt and
cabriole legs, full ht. 39 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in.
$500-700
321.
Large Group of Meissen Porcelain Blue Onion Tableware, Germany,
20th century, comprising nine dinner plates, dia. 9 1/2; three soup
bowls, dia. 9 1/2; seven plates, dia. 7 5/8 (three gilt rimmed); eleven
plates, dia. 6 7/8; three plates, dia. 6; nine shallow bowls, dia. 5 1/4;
fourteen cups, dia. 3 3/8; coffeepot, ht. 10; two platters with reticulated
latticework sides, lg. 12 3/8; platter, lg. 13 13/16; gilt-rimmed platter,
lg. 18; sauceboat with attached underplate, lg. 8 1/2; two shell-form
side dishes, lg. 4 1/2; and a trivet, 5 x 5; together with a plate depicting
Meissen marks through the ages, dia. 10 1/4 in.; most marked with
crossed swords.
$3,000-5,000
322.
Blue and White Delft Charger, 18th century, wide border with flowers
between lattice panels, all surrounding a central floral basket, dia. 13
5/8 in.
$400-600
323.
Pair of Giltwood Candlesticks, Italy, 17th century, each with baluster-
form standard on tripod base ending in paw feet, now electrified and
fitted as lamps, candlestick ht. 19, lamp ht. 33 3/4 in.
$500-700
324.
Bronze Figure of Alexander Hamilton, the seated figure in
contemplation with book supported by his right wrist, ht. 8 7/8, lg. 10
1/2 in.
$250-350
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After Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (French, 1755-1842)
Copy of the St. Luca Self Portrait, 1790
Unsigned, identified on a handwritten card affixed to the stretcher and
with a canvas stamp from Galleria Accademia di San Luca, Roma, on
the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 24 3/4 x 20 in. (63.0 x 50.8 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure, mild canvas deformation and surface grime.
$400-600
326.
Empire Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Upholstered Sofa,
America, 19th century, with shaped and acanthus carved backrest,
reeded S-curve arms, reeded seat rail with carved roundels and
acanthus leaves, and legs with carved eagles ending in front paw feet,
ht. 33 1/2, wd. 83 1/2, dp. 21 in.
$1,200-1,800
327.
Victorian Mahogany Tilt-top Tripod Table, 19th century, the circular
top over vase- and ring-turned stem on snake feet, ht. 27 1/4, top dia.
27 1/16 in.
$500-700
328.
Persian Carpet, second quarter 20th century, (moth damage, fringes
added), 12 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 2 in.
$3,000-5,000
329.
Six Chinese Porcelain Items, 19th century, each with gilt trim and
polychrome enameled, including an oval Thousand Butterflies decorated
vegetable dish and cover, lg. 10 3/4; oval dish in a Rose Canton pattern
with flowers, birds, and butterflies, lg. 10; a rose medallion decorated
leaf-shaped dish, lg. 7; and three rose mandarin decorated items,
a teacup and saucer; a cylindrical spill vase, ht. 4 3/4; and a bottle-
shaped vase with applied lizards to the neck, ht. 8 1/4 in.
$600-800
330.
Per Gustaf Floding (Swedish, 1731-1791), After François Boucher
(French, 1703-1770)
Apollo and Daphne
Inscribed in the plate “F. Boucher inventit” l.l. and “P. Floding Specus
Sculpsit Parisiis 1762” l.r.
Etching and aquatint, sight size 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 in.
Condition: Small tears u.r. and l.l., toning, not examined out of frame.
$200-300
331.
Russian Icon Depicting Saint Nicolas, probably Houli, 19th century,
the central figure wearing a robe with large design of scrolling foliage,
flanked by Christ and the Mother of God, in carrot orange border, 15
1/8 x 12 3/8 in.
$400-600
332.
Eastern European Icon Depicting the “Sweet Kissing Mother of
God,” 19th century, with crude puncture work at halo, on gilt ground,
sight size 11 x 8 in.
$400-600
333.
Greek Icon Depicting Saint Basil, 18th century, polychrome painted
with central half-length standing figure, 9 1/8 x 6 3/4 in.
$300-500
334.
Louis XVI-style Sixteen-light Chandelier, France, 19th/20th century,
drapes of crystal beading between a crown of foliate decorated urns
and foot with scrolled foliage, approx. ht. 28 1/2 in.
$4,000-6,000
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335.
Impressive Louis XV-style Antico Verde and Bronze-mounted
Console Table, late 19th century, with block-fronted top over four
pedestal supports with bowed knees over recessed panels, the center
supports with bronze acanthus and bead mountings, wd. 112 1/2, ht.
29 1/2, dp. 28 3/8 in.
$3,000-5,000
336.
Luneville Pottery Floral Basket, France, late 19th century, gilt trim
to a molded fan shape, polychrome enamel decorated and with a bird
perched on a floral branch, impressed mark, ht. 8 1/4 in.
$150-200
337.
Imari Porcelain Vase, Japan, 19th century, in gold with iron red and
blue enamels, allover floral field with shaped cartouches of flowers and
tropical birds, ht. 17 3/4 in.
$700-900
337A.
Colorless Cut Glass Covered Sweetmeat Bowl, late 19th/early
20th century, “Thousand Eye” pattern, lid with reeded ovoid finial,
the spherical body cut overall with optical roundels, on paneled and
stepped trumpet foot, ht. 15 in.
$300-500
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338.
Four Royal Crown Derby Lily Pattern Serving Pieces, England, c.
1885, each oval, with gilded borders to an allover pattern of flowers in
underglaze blue, including two bowls, lg. 11 1/4, and two platters, lg.
17, 18 1/2 in.; impressed and printed marks.
$200-300
339.
J. R. Miles (British, 19th/20th Century)
Pleinmont Point, Guernsey
Signed “J.R. Miles, N.B.A.” l.l., signed, titled, and inscribed on the
reverse.
Oil on canvas, 24 x 42 in. (61.0 x 106.7 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, craquelure, varnish inconsistencies and
discoloration, surface grime.
$600-800
340.
Three Dutch Delft Vases, Holland, 18th century, one polychrome
decorated with a youth with fishing pole in a landscape, ht. 9 3/4; and
two blue and white decorated, one with a landscape with a dog at a
church gate, ht. 8 1/2; another with a man playing a horn for his lady,
ht. 9 1/2 in.
$400-600
341.
Lacquerware Tea Box on Stand, black rectangular box with gilded
bamboo decoration, with hinged lid opening to inner metal liner with
engraved decoration of Asian figures in a garden on hinged lid, on
conforming stand, ht. 20 3/4, wd. 14, dp. 11 in.
Provenance: From a Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown, Massachusetts,
Historical Home.
$300-500
342.
Four-panel Floor Screen, 19th century, each arched panel with
matching needlework foliate design in greens and yellows, backed by
red shantung silk, ht. 76 1/2, lg. 69 in.
$500-700
343.
Russian Icon Depicting the Mother of God “Joy of All Who Suffer
‘With Coins,’“ late 19th century, the Madonna surrounded by angels
and those seeking relief from various aliments, with painted coins
referencing the miracle at Klochka, 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 in.
$500-700
344.
Greek Carved, Gilded, and Painted Triptych, 18th/19th century,
rectangular, with two doors opening to a central panel depicting the
Mother of God recessed within a gilded archway, upper door sections
with Greek saints over Saint George on the left and Saint Demetrius on
the right, all on gilt ground, ht. 12 1/4, lg. with doors open 17 1/2 in.
$500-700
345.
Russian Icon of Saint Nicolas, 19th century, in naturalistic style,
flanked by Christ and the Mother of God, on gold leaf ground, 10 15/16
x 9 in.
$600-800
346.
Pair of Greek Gilt and Polychrome Icons, each depicting an Old
Testament prophet within an arched panel with a lobed gilt frame, 11 x
6 3/4 in.
$600-800
347.
Greek Painted Triptych, 18th century, rectangular, with two doors
opening to a central panel depicting the Mother of God recessed within
an archway, upper door sections with Greek saints over Saint George
on the left and Saint Demetrius on the right, all on gilt ground, ht. 12
1/8, lg. with doors open 14 5/8 in.
$300-500
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345
348.
Miniature Sailor’s “Sweetheart” Chest of Drawers, 19th century, two
short over three long drawers, various woods, carved skirt, ht. 15 1/4,
lg. 12 1/2 in.
$300-500
348A.
American Aesthetic Movement Tile-mounted and Ebonized Chest
of Drawers, stamped Herter Brothers, New York, with rectangular top
and case, fitted with short and long drawers and mounted with foliate
painted tiles, ht. 48, wd. 45 3/4, dp. 24 in.
$1,500-2,000
349.
Pair of Carved Giltwood Mirrored Sconces, Italy, late 19th century,
each two-light and bordered with flower heads and foliage, lg. 27 in.
$400-600
350.
British School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Lady, thought to be “Mrs. Gaskell”
Unsigned, sitter identified on a presentation plaque.
Oil on canvas mounted on Masonite, 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.5 cm),
framed.
Condition: Fine stable craquelure throughout.
N.B. Elizabeth Stevenson Gaskell, known as Mrs. Gaskell, was a noted
Victorian author.
$300-500
351.
Pair of Baroque Polychrome Carved Giltwood Kneeling Angels,
Naples School, probably late 16th century, each carved facing forward,
resting on one knee and with outstretched hands, ht. 31 in.
$10,000-15,000
352.
Eight Similar Brass Candlesticks, England or Spain, 18th century,
each with octagonal base, ht. 5 to 5 7/8 in.
$600-800
353.
Tabriz Mat, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, (minor end fraying), 2
ft. 6 in. x 1 ft. 10 in.
$300-400
354.
Dore Bronze Mourning Figure, the veiled female figure grieving over a
tombstone, with a canine companion, on black painted wood base, lg.
6 5/8 in.
$200-300
355.
Continental School, 19th Century
Gegend bei Salzburg...
Monogrammed “E.B.” l.l., titled and inscribed on the stretcher.
Oil on canvas, 21 3/4 x 27 in. (55.0 x 68.5 cm), unframed.
Condition: Puncture c.r., retouch, abrasions, craquelure, surface grime.
$400-600
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356.
Louis XV-style Bronze Mounted and Marquetry Inlaid Kingwood
Vitrine Table, early 20th century, with serpentine glass lift-top and silk-
lined interior above conforming frieze with foliate inlay on cabriole legs,
ht. 29 7/8, wd. 27, dp. 15 1/2 in.
$600-800
357.
Pair of Louis XVI Green-painted Fauteuils en Cabriolet, c. 1780,
each with oval backrest, scrolled arms, and overupholstered seat, with
fluted seat rails and stop-fluted circular legs headed by flowerheads,
seat ht. 17 in.
$800-1,000
358.
Pair of Italian Baroque Carved Giltwood Pricket Candlesticks,
Abruzzi, late 17th century, each with petal-form candlecup, baluster
and urn-form standard on tripod base with masks, resting on lion’s paw
feet, ht. 22 1/4 in.
$500-700
359.
British School, 19th/20th Century
Still Life with Fruit and Wine
Signed “M.E. HALL” l.r.
Oil on canvas, 21 x 17 in. (53.3 x 43.1 cm), framed.
Condition: Retouch, craquelure.
$700-900
360.
Blue and White Delft Vase, Holland, late 18th century, wave border
above an allover floral and foliate decorated ground with a peacock to
either side, ht. 11 in.
$300-500
361.
German School, 19th Century
Pair of Portraits: Man Playing Violin and Woman with Trinket Box
Unsigned, Woman with a label from Ben Kabatznick, Brookline,
Massachusetts, on the backing paper.
Oil on canvas, sizes to 8 1/4 x 6 3/4 in. (20.5 x 17.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Man with small puncture c.l., frame abrasions, canvas
deformation, both with surface grime.
$400-600
362.
Berlin Porcelain Vase, Germany, late 19th century, gilded and
polychrome enamel decorated with mourning maiden mask handles
between drapery swags, floral sprays throughout, underglaze KPM
sceptre mark, rim ht. 12 in.
$400-600
363.
Polychrome Carved Giltwood Madonna and Child, Continental, the
seated Virgin wearing a crown and red robe, with the Christ Child on
her lap, ht. 17 in.
$300-500
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364.
Soumak Rug, mid to late 20th century, 6 ft. x 3 ft. 8 in.
$400-600
365.
Lapis Lazuli, Onyx, and Silvered Metal Figural Group of Two
Birds, France, each heron-like bird with lapis lazuli neck and head with
malachite feather crest, black onyx beak, and green onyx body standing
on silvered metal legs, mounted on rectangular green onyx base, ht. 13
5/8, wd. 13 3/4 in.
$300-500
365A.
French Dore Bronze Figural Lamp Base, depicting a Classical-
style man and woman with a young baby, with straw hat, Shepherd’s
crook, and wheat sheaves at right and two-handled urn at left, signed
“Moreau” on base, total ht. 32 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,800
366.
Mahogany Chest, likely Scottish, 19th century, rectangular
breakfronted case fitted with two deep, two short, and three graduated
long drawers, flanked by split turned columns, on plinth base with
casters, ht. 45 3/8, wd. 49 1/2, dp. 23 1/8 in.
$600-800
367.
Jacobean Revival Carved Oak Two-part Buffet, late 19th/early 20th
century, the upper section with carved crest above cornice over carved
panel flanked by two mirrors, above a single shelf supported by turned
urn-form balusters and backed by a mirror, on projecting base with five
short and one long drawer and two doors, on a plinth base with pad
feet, ht. 82, wd. 54, dp. 24 3/16 in.
$800-1,200
368.
Dutch Polychrome Decorated Delft Charger, Holland, 18th century,
the border with scroll cartouches within diamond banding, central
landscape scene with Oriental courtesans in a garden setting, dia. 13
1/2 in.
$700-900
369.
Blue and White Delft Charger, Holland, 18th century, wide border
with alternating floral panels and cell designs, the central with a basket
of flowers, hatchet mark, dia. 13 3/4 in.
$400-600
369A.
Polychrome Decorated Delft Deep Dish, 18th century, scalloped rim
with a wide fluted border, underglaze blue Oriental figural landscapes
with overglaze yellow trim, dia. 14 in.
$700-900
370.
Continental School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Young Lady in White
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 44 3/4 x 32 5/8 in. (113.6 x 83.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Patch reinforcements and old repairs, retouch, craquelure
with areas of paint losses and lifting, canvas deformation, surface grime.
$1,500-2,000
371.
Blue and White Delft Charger, 18th century, wide border design with
scrolled foliage surrounding a central medallion with a bird in a floral
garden, dia. 13 5/8 in.
$400-600
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369
371
372
369A
372.
Polychrome Decorated Delft Charger, 18th century, stylized floral and
foliate border surrounding a central garden landscape, dia. 13 3/4 in.
$600-800
373.
Alabaster Pedestal, Italy, 19th/20th century, octagonal plateau
mounted atop a circular column set on a stepped base to an octagonal
foot, ht. 28 in.
$300-500
374.
Miniature Mahogany Three-drawer Chest, 19th century, with brass
pulls, lg. 17 1/4, dp. 8, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$400-600
375.
Wedgwood Porcelain Soup Service, England, late 19th century, each
with wide bands of underglaze blue decorated flowers and foliage to
a gilded ground, including a covered oval soup tureen with underdish,
lg. handle to handle 14 3/4; twelve soup plates, dia. 10; and a square
serving dish, lg. 9 in.; printed and impressed marks.
$800-1,200
376.
KPM Porcelain Topographical Teacup and Saucer, Germany, late
19th century, with rich blue ground, gold and raised gold borders
surrounding polychrome decorated cartouches depicting Die Heilands
Kirche bei Sacrow, Charlottenhof bei Pottsdam, Das neue Palais, and
San Souci, each titled, the cup with gilt interior, saucer dia. 7 in.
$200-400
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377 (partial)
377.
Françoise Nicolas Martinet (French, 1725-1804)
Lot of Eight Hand-colored Ornithological Prints, from Histoire
naturelle des oiseaux
Seven signed in the plates, Heron huppé, de Mahon unsigned, four with
handwritten inscriptions.
Hand-colored etchings on laid paper, plate marks to 10 x 8 1/4 in. (25.4
x 21.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Toning, subtle rippling and handling creases to varying
degrees, some with minor foxing, not examined out of frames.
$300-500
378.
Samson Porcelain Bowl, France, late 19th century, in the manner of
Chinese export porcelain with gilt trim and polychrome enameled floral
designs, dia. 11 1/2 in.
$150-200
379.
Pair of Brass Pricket Candlesticks, Continental, 18th/19th century,
each with turned stem supported on three scrolled legs terminating in
paw feet, drip pan ht. 22 in.
$200-300
380.
Late George III Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard, c. 1800, the bowfronted
case with two short drawers flanked by a hinged door and a deep
drawer on six tapering square legs ending in spade feet, ht. 35 1/2, wd.
60, dp. 25 3/4 in.
$1,200-1,800
381.
Rosewood and Boxwood Inlaid Occasional Table, New York, 20th
century, Schmieg & Kotzian Inc., makers, rectangular top flanked by
two recessed demilune surfaces with openwork ormolu gallery over
single drawer above medial shelf on downswept legs ending in cast
bronze paw feet, metal label in drawer, ht. 27 7/8, wd. 29 5/8, dp. 16
in.
$300-500
382.
Lot of Three Framed Engravings:
Heinrich Guttenberg (German, 1749-1818), After Pierre Antoine
Baudouin, (French, 1723-1769), Perrette; Nicolas Ponce (French,
1746-1831), After Pierre Antoine Baudouin, Marton; Continental
School, 19th Century, Childhood.
Sight sizes to 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (26.6 x 19.0 cm).
Condition: Subtle toning, Childhood with staining, not examined out of
frames.
$300-500
383.
Eleven Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Teaware Items, England,
20th century, decorated in gold and enamels in variations of the Imari
pattern, including a tall teapot with matching creamer and sugar bowl,
teapot ht. 6 3/8 in.; three similarly decorated: a teapot, creamer, and
sugar bowl; and five similarly decorated: a teapot, two cream jugs, and
two sugar bowls; various printed marks.
$1,000-1,500
384.
Pair of Silvered Bronze Candlesticks, Continental, 19th century, the
tapering and faceted stem supported atop a three tier base set on a
square plinth on four raised feet, ht. 10 7/8 in.
$150-250
385.
Pair of Dutch Delft Blue and White Vases, Holland, c. 1800, of
octagonal bottle shape with fluted sides and allover decoration of
flowers, birds, and scrolled foliage, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$400-600
386.
Carved Wood Figure of Christ Crucified, Sicily, 17th century, with
traces of brown paint throughout, ht. 25 1/4 in.
$300-500
387.
Afshar Rug, South Persia, early 20th century, (wear to center, end
fraying, small corner gouge), 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$300-500
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388.
Five-piece Suite of Louis XVI-style Giltwood Seating Furniture, late
19th century, comprising a settee and four fauteuil en cabriolet, each
with oval upholstered backrest, padded open arms, on fluted circular-
section tapering legs, the frames carved with ribband throughout, settee
full ht. 39 1/4, lg. 54, fauteuil full ht. 36 3/8, all seat ht. approx. 16 1/2
in.
$1,200-1,800
389.
Iron Dome-top Box, Russia, 18th/19th century, scrolled openwork
foliate design, green painted ground, lg. 4, dp. 3 1/4, ht. 2 7/8 in.
$300-500
389A.
Victorian Mahogany Partner’s Writing Table, with gilt-tooled brown
leather-inset writing surface above three drawers to each side, on
square legs, ht. 30 1/2, wd. 72, dp. 43 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
390.
Lot of Eight Framed Hand-colored Intaglio Prints of Napoleonic
Scenes:
Four After Antoine Charles Horace (Carle) Vernet (French,
1758-1836); Others After Jacques François Joseph Swebach-
Desfontaines (French, 1769-1823), Hippolyte Lecompte (French,
1781-1857), Jean-Jerome Baugean (French, c. 1764-1819), and
Louis-François Couché (French, 1782-1849)
All inscribed in the plates, sight sizes to approximately 11 1/2 x 18 in.
(29.2 x 47.5 cm).
Condition: Toning, subtle rippling, not examined out of frames.
$1,000-1,500
391.
Russian Icon with Sterling Silver Riza Depicting Christ Pantocrator,
Moscow, 1904-17, painted in the Western style, maker’s mark present
but illegible, 8 3/4 x 7 in.
$600-800
392.
Russian Icon with Sterling Silver Riza Depicting Kazan Mother of
God, Moscow, late 19th/early 20th century, painted in the Western
style, maker’s mark present but illegible, 7 x 5 11/16 in.
$600-800
393.
Small Russian Icon with Riza Depicting Christ Pantocrator, painted
in the Western style, no marks to riza, likely silver plate, 5 1/8 x 4 1/4 in.
$300-400
394.
Russian Icon with Riza Depicting Christ Pantocrator, late 19th
century, painted in the Western style, with silver-plated brass riza, 8
11/16 x 6 15/16 in.
$600-800
395.
Pair of William & Mary Side Chairs, England, c. 1680, each with
caned splat and seat, with block- and ring-turned stiles, legs, and
stretchers, seat ht. 19 in.
$600-800
396.
Painted Three-panel Floor Screen, depicting an Italianate garden with
lavish flowers and various birds, each scene painted on canvas with
wood frame, ht. 71 3/4, lg. 65 1/4 in.
$600-800
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392
393
394
397.
Pair of Silvered Brass Pricket Candlesticks, Italy, 17th century, each
with elaborate scrolls, on tripod base with center escutcheon ending in
bracket feet, ht. 18 1/2 in.
$300-500
398.
Tabriz Mat, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, (end fraying), 2 ft. 8 in.
x 1 ft. 10 in.
$300-400
399.
British School, 19th/20th Century
Landscape with Castle View
Signed “J. Willow” l.l.
Watercolor on paper/board, sight size 11 x 17 in. (28.0 x 43.2 cm),
framed.
Condition: Staining, toning, not examined out of frame.
$200-250
400.
Polychrome Giltwood Figure of Mary Magdalene, Portugal, 17th
century, the weeping figure in ornamented robes, ht. 14 1/2 in.
$700-900
401.
Lot of Six Old Master Drawings:
Continental School, 18th Century, King with Arms Outstretched,
chalk on paper, framed; Italian School, 18th Century, Hippocamp
Fighting a Serpent, sanguine on laid paper, unframed; Flemish or
Italian School, 17th Century, Landscape with Trees and Wall,
inscribed “Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi (‘il Bolognese’ 1606-1680)” in
pencil on the back of the mount, ink on paper mounted to paperboard,
framed; Italian School, 17th/18th Century, Study of a Marble Bust,
signed “Mercati. Ft.” in pencil l.l. on the mount, ink wash on paper laid
on paperboard, unframed; Continental School, 17th/18th Century,
Ascension of the Virgin, signed “J...Ca...,/F.” l.l., ink on paper,
unframed; Dutch 17th/18th Century, School of Rembrandt, Seated
Woman, ink wash on paper, inscribed “Gerbrand van den Eeckhout/
Amsterdam, 1621-1674” on the back of the mat, unframed.
Condition: Toning, King with fading, Hippocamp with creasing and
rippling, Trees with staining and bowing to support.
$2,500-4,000
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402.
English Regency Inlaid Mahogany Bowfront Corner Washstand,
19th century, of typical form, top with ebony and boxwood stringing
and backsplash and medial shelf fitted with a drawer, both with aprons
with inlaid shell decoration, on splayed turned legs joined by stretchers,
ht. 40 in.
$1,000-1,500
403.
Large Louis XVI Carved Giltwood Mirror, rectangular mirror plate,
the cresting formed as a roundel enclosing a pair of flaming hearts
topped by a ribbon and flanked by fruit-filled cornucopia, the frame with
pineapples to top stiles, the base accented with laurel branches, ht. 61,
wd. 37 in.
$4,000-6,000
404.
Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Garden Seat, China, 19th
century, typical barrel shape with gilt trim to polychrome enameled
panels of figures in a courtyard setting alternating with flowers, birds,
and butterflies, pierced side and top medallions and bands of raised
knobs, ht. 19 in.
$1,200-1,800
405.
Hans Muller (Austrian, 1873-1937)
Miniature Bronze Bust of Napoleon, mounted atop a waisted circular
socle, allover light brown patina, incised signature, ht. 3 1/4 in.
$300-500
406.
Carved Ivory Table Screen, Continental, late 18th/early 19th century,
in high relief depicting an angel and child over a village and a moonlit
sky, all framed within foliage, overall ht. 15 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
407.
Pair of Renaissance Revival Five-light Dore Bronze Candelabra,
France, each with scrolling stems leading to brass candlecups
hung with faceted colorless glass prisms over urn-form standard on
sarcophagus-shaped base ending in paw feet, ht. 17 1/2 in.
$500-700
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408.
Set of Ten Royal Doulton Service Plates, England, 20th century,
each with scalloped rims and polychrome enamel decorated with gilt-
trimmed stylized floral designs, dia. 10 1/2 in.
$300-500
409.
British School, 19th Century
Castle in Moonlight
Signed indistinctly l.l.
Pastel on paper mounted on paperboard, 13 3/4 x 17 5/8 in. (34.8 x
44.8 cm), unframed.
Condition: Toning, tears to paperboard support.
$250-300
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416
410.
Regency Mahogany Secretary Bookcase, early 19th century, the
upper section with three banks of shelving with glass-fronted doors with
pointed arch astragals, the lower section with central roll top enclosing
baize-lined writing surface and interior fitted with pigeonholes, over
three drawers, and flanked by pedestals with drawer over cupboard
door, cockbeaded throughout, and with reed-carved edging, on ogee
bracket feet, ht. 98, wd. 70 3/4, dp. 22 1/4 in.
$4,000-6,000
411.
Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Pedestal Desk, 19th century,
the rectangular top with leather-inset writing surface, over nine drawers
and two doors, on plinth base, elaborately carved with scrolling foliage
and masks, pulls formed as heads, ht. 33 1/2, wd. 71 1/2, dp. 36 1/2
in.
$1,000-2,000
412.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, early 20th century, (even wear, some
end fraying), 6 ft. x 3 ft. 10 in.
$300-500
413.
Carved and Polychrome Painted Wood Figure of John the Baptist,
the figure clad in a camel hair cloak, holding a cross in his left arm
and a charger with cloth in his right hand, on circular blue and yellow
painted base, ht. 18 3/4 in.
$200-300
414.
Russian Icon Depicting the Diesis, 19th century, polychrome and gilt
decorated with Christ enthroned at center, flanked by the Virgin and
John the Baptist, with faux enameled basma border, 14 x 12 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
415.
Russian Icon Depicting the Kazan Mother of God, 18th century, the
double kovcheg panel with polychrome and gilt decoration, 12 x 10 1/2
in.
$400-600
416.
Russian Icon with Three Patron Saints, 19th century, depicting
Mary Magdalene, Patriarch John, and another female saint, with Christ
above, on gilt ground with faux enameled basma border, 14 x 12 1/8 in.
$800-1,200
417.
Carved White Alabaster Bust, Continental, 19th century, modeled as
an unidentified gentleman, ht. 20 1/2 in.
$700-900
418.
English Mahogany Folio Stand, 19th century, with slat-form sides and
adjustable block- and ring-turned supports, trestle base with angular
legs and platform stretcher, ht. 45, lg. 33 in.
$3,000-4,000
419.
Roberto Angelo Kittermaster Marshall (British, 1849-1926)
Pastoral Landscape
Signed “R.A.K. Marshall” l.r.
Watercolor on paper/board, sight size 13 3/4 x 23 in. (35.0 x 58.4 cm),
framed.
Condition: Toning, subtle rippling, not examined out of frame.
$300-500
420.
Silvered Brass Ecclesiastical Cross, with allover repoussé floral
design, inscribed “I.N.R.I.” just above crossbeam, on later stand, ht.
without stand 33 3/4 in.
$400-600
421.
Large Russian Church Icon, 19th century, depicting the complete
resurrection surrounded by the twelve great feasts of the Orthodox
Church, on gilt ground with mustard yellow border, 21 x 16 7/8 in.
$1,200-1,800
422.
Large Russian Church Icon Depicting Saint Nicolas of Mozhaisk,
19th century, the polychrome and gilt panel with central figure holding a
sword and church and surrounded by scenes from the saint’s life, with
light brown border, 34 3/4 x 28 1/2 in.
$2,000-4,000
423.
Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Vase, China, late 19th century,
gilded foo lion handles and applied lizards to shoulder, polychrome
enamel decorated panels of figures in a courtyard setting alternating
with flowers with birds and butterflies, ht. 24 in.
$400-600
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424.
Russian Icon Depicting Seven Patron Saints, 19th
century, with Saint Nicolas flanked by two male and four
female saints, with faux basma border, 14 x 12 1/8 in.
Provenance: From a Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown,
Massachusetts, Historical Home.
$200-250
425.
Group of Brass Fireplace Accoutrements, 20th
century, a pair of urn-form andirons, ht. 18 3/4; a pierced
fire fender, lg. 49 in.; and a stand with four tools.
$300-500
426.
Grand Tour Bronze of “The Dancing Faun,”
Continental, 19th century, after the antique, with verdigris
patina, ht. 30 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
427.
Russian Icon Depicting Saint John the Warrior, 19th
century, polychrome and gilt decorated kovcheg panel
with central figure surrounded by scenes from the saint’s
life, 14 x 11 7/8 in.
$700-900
428.
Russian Icon Depicting Saint Sergius, 19th century,
the polychrome and gilt panel with central figure
flanked by four scenes from the saint’s life, with the Old
Testament Trinity above, 12 1/4 x 10 1/2 in.
$700-900
429.
Russian Compositional Icon, 19th century, the
kovcheg panel depicting Christ seated on seraphim, the
Old Testament Trinity, the Mother of God of the Sign,
Mother Do Not Weep for Me, the crucifixion, various
angels, and vignettes representing humanity’s salvation
through Christ’s sacrifice, with gilt ground and mustard
yellow border, 13 7/8 x 12 in.
$700-900
430.
Lot of Three Continental School Drawings:
Italian School, 18th Century, Putto in Flight;
Continental School, 19th/20th Century, Seated
Cherub with Tablet and Sketch of Two Figures in a
Landscape
Putto unsigned, ink wash on paper mounted to
paperboard, sheet size 6 9/16 x 5 in. (16.8 x 12.8 cm);
Cherub monogrammed “PW” l.l., 7 5/8 x 5 3/8 in. (19.5
x 14.0 cm); Two Figures unsigned, pencil, sanguine and
wash on paper, 12 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. (31.5 x 44.4 cm); all
unframed.
Condition: Toning, staining, handling creases.
$700-900
431.
Pair of Chenets and Fireplace Tools, each chenet
with pinecone and flaming urn finials over a pediment
with openwork balusters terminated by flowerheads and
decorated with garland swags, on capital-form front
legs, ht. 10 1/2, wd. 12 1/2 in.; the group of tools with
finials of scrolling foliage, comprising a poker, tongs, and
shovel with stand, stand ht. 27 1/2 in.
Provenance: From a Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown,
Massachusetts, Historical Home.
$300-500
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432.
George III Mahogany Pembroke Table, late 18th century, of typical
form, with two drop leaves, single drawer, and sham drawer, on
tapering square-section legs ending in brass caps and casters, ht. 28,
wd. 33, dp. closed 21, leaf dp. 9 1/2 in.
$400-600
433.
Pair of Ecclesiastical Gilt and Mirrored Candlesticks, Italy, 19th
century, candlecups on standards with central banded orb, on tripod
base with swags of garland, ht. 35 1/2 in.
$200-300
434.
Large Baroque Carved and Giltwood Pricket Candlestick, Italy,
early 18th century, with trumpet- and urn-form standard on tripod base
ending in lion’s paw feet, ht. 45 1/2 in.
$700-900
434A.
Carved Monk Figure, the bearded monk wearing a voluminous cowl
and holding a staff, on rectangular base, ht. 18 1/2 in.
$400-600
435.
Lillihan Rug, Northwest Persia, early 20th century, (very small spot of
moth damage, slight end fraying), 3 ft. 8 in. x 2 ft. 9 in.
$300-500
436.
Pair of Famille Jeune Decorated Porcelain Garden Seats, China,
late 19th century, typical barrel shape with yellow enameled ground and
polychrome enameled panels with figures in courtyard settings bordered
with ornaments, fruit, and flowers, pierced side and top medallions and
bands of raised knobs, ht. 17 3/4 in.
$600-800
436
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437.
Bronze Letter Opener, early 20th century, with modeled handle of a
crawling World War I soldier, illegible signature, lg. 9 1/4 in.
$400-600
438.
James Malton (British, 1761-1803)
Lot of Two Framed Watercolors: View of Saltwood Church, Sussex
and A Barn in a Lane between Hythe and Sandgate, Kent
Barn signed and dated “James Malton 1801” l.l., Church unsigned.
Watercolor on paper, 7 3/16 x 9 1/2 in. (18.3 x 24.1 cm), framed.
Condition: Toning, not examined out of frames.
Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, Early English Drawings and Victorian
Watercolours, January 26, 1987, Lot 62.
N.B. A copy of the Sotheby’s auction catalogue accompanies the lot.
$200-250
439.
Pair of Silvered Bronze Andirons, 19th century, each with pineapple
finial to a foliate-decorated column with drapery swags, scrolled legs
with paw feet to a base adorned with fruit, ht. 26 in.
$300-500
440.
Carved Marble Pedestal, Italy, 19th century, octagonal top mounted
on spiral column with band of ivy over a foliate-carved urn on octagonal
base, ht. 41 3/4 in.
$500-700
441.
Two Bronze Allegorical Figural Groups, France, 19th century, one
depicting a mother and child, ht. 15 1/4; the other of two seasons arm
in arm, ht. 15 1/2 in.
$600-800
442.
Pair of Wax Figures of Georges Danton and Maximilien
Robespierre, France, 19th century, each figure clad in period dress,
standing on a wood base, with hand-applied color to face and hair, with
later Plexiglas cases, figure ht. to 25 1/4 in.
$4,000-6,000
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443.
Near Pair of Bronze Pricket Candlesticks, Continental, 17th century,
each with vase-, knop-, and ring-turned standard and triangular base
ending in animal paw feet, ht. to 13 1/2 in.
$300-500
444.
Silk Tabriz Prayer Rug, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, (5 in. tear
in field, several smaller edge tears, some dry areas), 5 ft. 5 in. x 4 ft.
$500-700
445.
Urn-form Encaustic-decorated Terra-cotta Vase, with two handles,
decorated with classical figures, foliate designs, and hearts, ht. 12 1/2
in.
$200-400
446.
Pair of Gilt-bronze Bird Ornaments, France, 19th century, each
depicting a standing ho-ho bird mounted atop a stepped plinth, ht. 7
1/8 in.
$200-250
447.
Polychrome Leaded Stained Glass Panel, England, the center
roundel with three crests and border formed as a belt with three family
names, in green painted wood frame, 20 1/16 x 19 7/8 in.
$150-250
448.
Pair of Carved Wood Putti, Italian School, late 17th century, each
facing forward in a reclined position, one draped with furs with one arm
raised, the other draped with netting and holding a fish, with two later
wood stands, ht. without stand to approx. 18, lg. to approx. 16 in.
$800-1,200
449.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720-1778)
Lot of Two Framed Etchings: Veduta degli avanzi del Foro di
Nerva, and Avanzi degl’Aquedotti Neroniani...
Signed in the plates.
Plate sizes to approx. 19 1/4 x 28 in. (49.2 x 71.4 cm).
Condition: Toning, foxing, Foro with vertical center crease and repair
l.r. corner, Aquedotti with tear u.c. and with crease or tear l.c., not
examined out of frames.
Literature: Luigi Ficacci, Piranesi, The Complete Etchings, Taschen:
Köln, New York: Taschen, c. 2000, plates 966 and 989, respectively.
$300-350
450.
Pair of Famille Verte Decorated Porcelain Vases, China, 19th
century, slightly tapering square forms polychrome enamel decorated
with foliage to the neck, butterflies to the shoulder, and warriors to each
side, ht. 23 5/8 in.
$600-800
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451.
Heubach Art Nouveau-style Porcelain Portrait Vase, Germany, early
20th century, blue ground with gilded foliate and floral framed medallion
surrounding a central polychrome enameled profile portrait, printed
mark, ht. 6 3/8 in.
$200-400
452.
Russian Lacquer Box, late 19th century, black ground rectangular
shape with gilded and enameled depiction of a couple greeting a visitor
with drinks, lg. 7 1/8 in.
$250-350
453.
Three Derby Porcelain Serving Dishes, England, early 19th century,
each with gilt trim lines, cobalt banding, and central polychrome
enameled floral sprays, including an oval dish, lg. 9 3/4; a heart-shaped
dish, lg. 10; and an oval scalloped dish, lg. 12 in.; red painted marks.
$200-400
454.
Black and Brown Leather-covered Domed Trunk, c. 1880, with fitted
interior, ht. 23, wd. 34, dp. 21 in.
$300-500
455.
Green Onyx Pedestal, 20th century, square plateau mounted atop a
columnar form set on a square stepped plinth, ht. 39 in.
$500-700
456.
Sevres Chateau de Fontainebleau Serving Dish, France, c. 1846,
with polychrome enameled border of arabesque foliage intertwined with
animals between diamond-shaped medallions bearing the monogram
for Louis-Philippe and oval reserves with emblems, gilded star center
and banded inner border, dia. 12 in.
$200-400
457.
Two Paintings on Ivory, Continental, 19th century, each in a similar
style, rectangular shapes polychrome decorated, one with depiction
of a young thespian holding a mask; the other a youth playing with a
bubble; 3 x 3 3/4, 3 1/4 x 4 1/8 in.; each in a maple frame.
$500-700
458.
Fourteen Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Porcelain Tableware
Items, Denmark, 20th century, each with gilded border and polychrome
enameled botanical depiction, title and factory marks on the reverse,
including eight plates, dia. 8 3/4 in.; together with six cups and saucers.
$800-1,200
459.
Italian School, 19th Century
Sketch of Flying Putti
Unsigned.
Pencil and chalk on wove paper, 7 3/8 x 9 in. (18.8 x 22.9 cm),
unframed.
Condition: Sheet irregularly trimmed l.r. corner and with a 1 1/8 in. tear
l.r., toning, subtle rippling and soiling.
N.B. This sketch may be a study for or copy of a ceiling design.
$500-700
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465
467
466
460.
Seven Celadon Glazed Porcelain Items, China, 19th century, each
with polychrome enameled famille rose floral designs with birds and
butterflies, including a large teapot and cover, ht. 10; vase with raised
underglaze blue floral garden, ht. 8 3/4; two plates, dia. 10; shallow
soup plate, dia. 9 3/4 in.; and two teacups with saucers.
$500-700
461.
George III Mahogany Kneehole Desk, third quarter 18th century,
rectangular top with rounded corners, with central pull-out writing slide
over long drawer, pedestals fitted with three drawers each, centered by
an ogee-shaped skirt, and recessed cupboard door, on ogee bracket
feet, ht. 33, wd. 35, dp. 19 in.
$1,200-1,800
462.
Carved and Painted Wood Doll, Italy, with wood hair and glass eyes
over jointed wood body and floral dress with metallic trim, petticoat,
and long necklace with pearlescent beads, ht. 16 in.
$500-700
463.
After Raphael (Italian, 1483-1520)
Copy of the Madonna della Sedia
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. (40.0 x 40.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Lined, scattered retouch, craquelure.
N.B. This painting is a copy of Raphael’s Madonna della Sedia which is
in the collection of the Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence.
$800-1,200
464.
Blue and White Delft Flower Brick, 18th century, rectangular shape
decorated with flowers to paneled sides, lg. 6 1/4 in.
$400-600
465.
Polychrome Decorated Delft Vase and Cover, Holland, c. 1800,
hexagonal with fluted sides, allover decoration of birds in floral gardens
with border designs of flowers and scrolled foliage, with foo dog finial,
ht. 10 in.
$300-500
466.
Polychrome Decorated Delft Four-spout Vessel and Cover, Holland,
c. 1800, square form raised on ball feet, each corner with a spout
extending from a mask head bordered with flowers, ht. 4 3/8 in.
$300-500
467.
Blue and White Delft Wet Drug Jar, England, 18th century, with strap
handle and side spout, titled within a cartouche framed with birds and
foliage, ht. 7 3/4 in.
$500-700
468.
Pair of Regency Giltwood Bull’s-eye Mirrors, England, early 19th
century, each with convex mirror set into a round frame with ebonized
inner slip and mounted with spherules, topped by an eagle and scrolling
foliage, the base with pendant acanthus, lg. 40, wd. 25 in.
$4,000-6,000
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469.
Bronze Figural Group “Gloria Victis,” France, 20th century, after A.
Mercie, modeled as Fame supporting a dying warrior, brown patina,
inscribed signature, mounted atop a black marble plinth, ht. 27 1/2 in.
$500-700
470.
Alexander Charles Robinson (American, 1867-1952)
Village Gate
Signed “Al... Ch. Robinson” l.r.
Mixed media on paper/board, sight size 14 x 19 3/4 in. (35.6 x 50.2
cm), framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
$400-600
471.
Brass, Silvered Metal, and Porcelain-mounted Reliquary,
Continental, the upper section depicting Christ in Glory over a box
with a repoussé figure of a saint flanked by freestanding repoussé
archangels, the lower section mounted with porcelain panels depicting
scenes from the life of Christ flanked by two freestanding repoussé
saints, on shaped feet, ht. 19 3/4 in
$700-900
472.
Pair of Polychrome Carved Giltwood Figural Reliquaries, Padova,
Italy, 17th century, each formed as a portrait bust with baroque central
reserve on a scroll base, ht. to 17 5/8 in.
$800-1,200
473.
Four Green Marble and Bronze Inkstands, a double-well stand with
circular gilt wells on a rectangular marble base with front pen well, and
gilt ornamentation, and paw feet, lg. 13; two single-well stands with
circular gilt wells on rectangular marble base with gilt feet, lg. to 5 1/4;
and a single-well stand with circular well and circular marble base, dia.
4 3/8 in.
$300-500
474.
Twelve Royal Copenhagen Fish Plates, Denmark, 20th century,
green glazed and molded basketweave border with gilded trim
surrounding a central polychrome enameled tropical fish, titled on the
reverse and with printed factory marks, dia. 9 7/8 in.
$800-1,200
475.
Indian Pictorial Rug, late 20th century, 6 ft. 10 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
$1,000-1,500
476.
Spanish Baroque-style Pine Cabinet, rectangular top over two
openwork baluster doors above two short drawers, over two doors, on
trestle base, ht. 66 1/4, wd. 37 3/4, dp. 14 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
476A.
Four Pieces of Jacobean Oak Furniture, 17th century and later,
a small court cupboard, blanket chest, and pair of side chairs, most
carved with flowerheads and scrolling foliage, ht. 51 1/2 to 25 in.
$300-500
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477.
Framed Textile Fragment, likely India, geometric designs formed by
threaded metal and mirrors, fragment size 13 1/2 x 29 1/2 in.
$200-400
478.
Continental School, 19th Century
The Duet
Signed “B. Sachs” l.l. and identified on a presentation plaque.
Oil on panel, sight size 10 x 8 in. (25.4 x 20.2 cm), framed.
Condition: Scattered fine craquelure.
$400-600
479.
Five Rose Medallion Decorated Porcelain Items, China, 19th
century, each with gilt trim to polychrome enameled panels of figures
in a courtyard setting alternating with flowers with birds and butterflies,
including a cylindrical tankard, ht. 4; cylindrical teapot and cover with
double-entwined strap handle, ht. 6; creamer, ht. 3 1/4; covered sugar
bowl with double-entwined strap handles, ht. 5 1/2; and an oval box
and cover with pomegranate finial, lg. 5 1/2 in.
$500-700
480.
Polychrome and Gilt Carved Panel Depicting the Crucifixion, Italy,
the recessed panel with Christ on the cross, the Virgin, and Mary
Magdalene, framed by carved wood foliage, 31 1/2 x 23 in.
$300-500
481.
Four Spanish-type Brass Candlesticks, 18th century, with a variety of
shaped stems to square bases, ht. 3 1/2 to 6 5/8 in.
$400-600
482.
Pair of Early Georgian Brass Candlesticks, England, 18th century,
turned stems supported on shaped bases, ht. 7 3/4 in.
$200-300
483.
Six Brass Candlesticks, Spanish and English, 18th and 19th century,
two with tapering square bases, two with octagonal bases, and two
with raised circular bases, ht. 5 1/8 to 9 7/8 in.
$500-700
484.
Eight Brass Candleholders, English and Continental, 18th and 19th
century, three prickets, a single holder with octagonal base, a single
with turned stem on a cupped base, and a single with raised, incised,
and pierced bulbous base, and a pair with octagonal bases, ht. 5 to 19
3/4 in.
$400-600
485.
Italian School, 18th Century, After Parmigianino (Italian, 1503-1540)
Moses with the Tablets
Unsigned, inscribed “XXXXII a.g.” in ink on the reverse.
Ink and wash on laid paper, sheet size 13 3/4 x 8 9/16 in. (34.9 x 21.7
cm), framed.
Condition: Creasing, staining, foxing, toning, tack holes center top and
bottom.
N.B. This depiction of Moses relates to Parmigianino’s frescos in the
church of Santa Maria della Steccata in Parma. The image was also
published in Schola Italica Picturæ from an engraving of the subject by
Domenico Cunego (Italian, 1727-1794).
$400-600
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483
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482
483
484
484
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483
483
481
486.
Regency-style Circular Giltwood Bull’s-eye Mirror, early 20th
century, the convex mirror set into a round frame with openwork foliate
carving and mounted with scrolling foliage, topped by an eagle on a
capital, the base with pendant scrolling foliage, approx. lg. 50, wd. 37
in.
$800-1,200
487.
Vienna Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Wolf, Austria, late 19th/early
20th century, ht. 2 3/4, lg. 5 1/2 in.
$350-450
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493
488.
Victorian Papier-mâché Tray, England, 19th century, rectangular
shape with black ground decorated with an ornate gold border and
central polychrome floral bouquet with birds, 18 1/2 x 24 in.
$250-350
489.
Miniature Mahogany Pier Table/Clock Stand, 19th century, mirrored
back, turned column supports, ht. 15 1/4 in.
$300-500
490.
Eugen Lingenfelder (German, b. 1862)
Lot of Two Portraits: Old Man in a Fur Hat and Old Woman in
Traditional Headdress
Signed “E. Lingenfelder” u.l. and u.r. respectively.
Oil on panel, sizes to 8 1/4 x 6 3/8 in. (21.0 x 15.8 cm), framed.
Condition: Woman with minor retouch.
$300-500
491.
Twelve Wedgwood Bone China Dinner Plates, England, 20th
century, each with cobalt ground and gilded foliate border surrounding
a field of buds, printed marks, dia. 11 in.
$300-500
492.
Fifteen Assorted Bronze Vessels, English and Continental, 18th and
19th century, thirteen mortars with eight pestles, a pot with bail handle
set on a three raised legs, and another handled pot on three raised
legs, ht. 2 1/2 to 6 in.
$800-1,200
493.
Regency Ebony-inlaid Mahogany Square Piano, John Broadwood
& Sons, London, c. 1810, “12938” written in pencil on the interior, with
sheet music rest and storage compartment, on six reeded circular legs
on casters, with manufacturer’s instruction manual, c. 1900, ht. 31 1/2,
wd. 65 3/4, dp. 24 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
494.
Set of Five Queen Anne-style Walnut Dining Chairs, comprising four
side chairs and one armchair, each with yoke crest over vasiform splat,
shaped seat, front cabriole legs carved with shells to knees ending in
claw-and-ball feet, and rear square-section splayed legs, full ht. 39 1/2,
seat ht. 18 1/2 in.
$700-900
495.
Two Kerman Rugs, Southeast Persia, second half 19th century, (areas
of wear, some selvage damage), 6 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft. 4 in. and 6 ft. 8 in. x
4 ft. 6 in.
$300-400
496.
Polychrome Carved Wood Figural Group, depicting three figures, a
central bearded man holding a staff, flanked by a bishop and a female
figure, painted forest green and salmon, lg. 24 in.
$800-1,200
497.
Pair of Giltwood Putti Wall Hangings, modeled as mirror images of
one another, each holding a cup formed as a separate piece inserted
through the hand, approx. ht. 22 in.
$700-900
498.
Pair of Blackamoor Wall Shelves, Italy, 19th century, each with a
painted and gilded carved wood crouched figure flanked by drapery, all
supporting a shaped shelf, lg. 12 1/4, shelf wd. 12 7/8 in.
$200-300
499.
Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (American, 1863-1930)
Law’s Arrival in London
Unsigned, identified on a label and with a copyright stamp from John
Barrie & Sons, Philadelphia, on the reverse.
Oil on academy board, 8 x 12 in. (20.4 x 30.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Small paint losses at lower edge.
N.B. This painting apparently served as the basis for an etching that
illustrated William Harrison Ainsworth’s book, John Law (Philadelphia:
George Barrie & Sons, N.D.), which included as illustrations a portrait
after Sir Godfrey Kneller and three etchings by Adrien Nargeot after
paintings by J.L. Gerome Ferris. A label on the reverse titled “American
Manufacture/Exported for Reproduction and to be Returned” lists
George Barrie & Son as the place of return and the export date as “28
October 1897.” Adrien Jean Nargeot was an engraver born in Paris in
1837.
$500-700
500.
Pair of Bronze Dore Three-light Candelabra, France, late 19th/early
20th century, each scrolled arm supported by a trefoil stem set upon a
tripod base with scrolled foliate decorated legs, ht. 17 3/4 in.
$200-400
501.
Three Dutch Brass Articles, Holland, 18th century, a mid-drip
candlestick, ht. 5 1/4; and two inscribed oval tobacco boxes, one with
coat of arms and portrait cartouches, lg. 5, the other with a gentleman
on one side, lady on the reverse, each with verse below, copper side
body, lg. 6 1/4 in.
$400-600
502.
Scenic Papier-mâché Tray, England, mid-19th century, oval form
decorated with a winter coaching scene, stamped “Clay London,” lg.
30 3/4 in.
$500-700
503.
Neoclassical Wall Panel Carvings, Germany, 18th century, each
crème painted, including twelve assorted swags; and eight individual
panels including three oval portrait plaques, overall lg. 22 3/4; two of
classical urns, lg. 37; a group with putti surrounding a central portrait,
lg. 43 1/2, ht. 25; and two border friezes with laurel swags, lg. 52 1/4,
69 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,000
504.
Pair of Empire-style Gilt-bronze Wall Sconces, France, 20th century,
black patinated lion mask mounts to a bronze dore frame set with
anthemia, all supporting a three-light oval hoop frame, max. lg. 9 1/4 in.
$800-1,000
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505.
Terra-cotta Sculpture of Putti, France, the three figures modeled
standing on a naturalistic base, inscribed “Coyzevoc 1798,” ht. 10 5/8
in.
$400-600
506.
Brass Trivet/Table, England, 19th century, pierced circular tilt-top set
on a turned support with tripod base, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$150-250
507.
Continental School, 20th Century
Farmer Crossing a Field
Signed “Gühl” l.l., with a label from Demen Frames, Suffolk, on the
frame backing.
Mixed media on paper/board, sight size 7 7/8 x 11 5/8 in. (19.5 x 29.5
cm), framed.
Condition: Subtle rippling, window and backing mats glued together,
not examined out of mat.
$150-200
508.
Louis XV-style Dore Bronze Lamp, France, 19th century, with three
scrolled foliate arms culminating at a circular dish, signed “Gagneau &
Co.,” electrified, candle nozzle ht. 12 in.
$1,000-1,500
508A.
Rococo Revival Carved Rosewood and Rosewood Veneer Center
Table, New York, c. 1860, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 30, dp. 22 in.
$2,000-3,000
508B.
Pair of Rococo Revival Carved and Laminated Rosewood Side
Chairs, attributed to John Henry Belter, New York, c. 1860, ht. 40, seat
ht. 18 in.
$700-900
509.
Pair of Colorless Glass Candelabra with Frosted Caryatid-form
Stems, 20th century, the stems attributed to Baccarat, one with five
arms and center nozzle; one with four arms and center nozzle, ht. 25 in.
$1,000-1,500
510.
European School, 19th Century
Lady and Kitchen Maid in an Interior
Signed and dated “D. Welle... 1816.” l.c.
Watercolor on paper, 7 1/2 x 5 3/4 in. (19.1 x 14.7 cm), framed.
Condition: Abrasion at top edge, cellophane tape c.l. edge verso.
$200-300
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511.
Pair of Miniature Andirons, late 19th century, brass ball tops with
scrolled cast iron supports, embossed mark “GW” with a star and
anchor, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$200-300
512.
Decorative Obelisk, 20th century, resin body painted to simulate
marbling in brown and green, ht. 15 in.
$400-600
513.
Cased Glass Bride’s Basket on Stand, the basket with lacy rim,
yellow ground exterior with pink interior, lg. 9 1/2; set in a Derby Silver
Co. silver-plated aesthetic-style base with putti supports, overall ht. with
bowl 13 1/2 in.
$400-600
514.
Papier-mâché Tea Caddy, England, 19th century, casket shape with
hinged lid, gilded trim to inlaid mother-of-pearl floral bouquet bordered
with a banding of grapes, interior with lidded compartment and velvet-
lined recess, lg. 10 1/2, ht. 5 1/2 in.
$300-500
515.
Ludwigsburg Porcelain Figure Group, Germany, early 20th century,
gilt and polychrome enamel decorated depiction of a man and woman
adorning a monument with a floral garland, ht. 9 3/4 in.
$300-500
516.
Brass Zodiac Calendar, 18th century, inscribed with days of the week,
months of the year, and zodiac symbols, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$200-250
517.
Miniature Snooker Table, England, late 19th century, felt-top slate
table with brass corners, together with two cues, triangle, balls, and
counter, table size 11 x 20 in.; in an original pine travel case.
$300-500
518.
Ernst W. Hieronymi (German, 1823-1897)
Boy in Blue
Signed and dated “E. Hieronymi/1869” l.l.
Oil on board, 32 1/4 x 25 1/4 in. (81.5 x 64.0 cm), trimmed as an
octagon and fitted into an oval frame with a foliate crest.
Condition: Retouch, small paint loss l.c., craquelure, surface grime.
$500-700
519.
Bronze Figure of a Young Cobbler, France, 19th century, modeled
standing and holding a pair of boots, mounted on a raised circular
plinth, inscribed signature “Krafft,” ht. 6 in.
$500-700
520.
Chinoiserie-decorated Red Lacquer Tea Caddy, 19th century, gold
and enamel decorated with raised figures in courtyard scenes, set on
four ivory ball feet, lg. 11 1/4, ht. 7 in.
$300-500
521.
Lot of Five Unframed Dutch Engravings:
Three After Gerard Hoet the Elder (Dutch, 1648-1733), Joseph
Rides in a Chariot thro’ Egypt, Jacob’s Ladder, and Rebecca Lights
off the Camel..., sheet sizes to 14 x 10 1/8 in. (35.5 x 25.8 cm); Two
After Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch, 1558-1617): Jacob Matham (Dutch,
1571-1631), Envy, sheet size 9 1/2 x 6 3/8 in. (24.0 x 16.3 cm); and
Jan Pietersz Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607), Discerno a fallo couto
discrimine verum..., sheet size 7 x 5 in. (17.5 x 13.0 cm).
Condition: All with toning, Hoet in good condition with margins,
Saenredam with loss to l.l. corner, Matham with mild acid burn.
$400-600
522.
Louis XVI-style Kidney-shaped Occasional Table, late 19th century,
the kidney-shaped marble-inset top with three-quarter gallery, with oval
medial shelves, on trestle legs joined by stretchers, ht. 26 3/8, wd. 24
1/2, dp. 12 in.
$600-800
523.
Gilt Bronze and Alabaster Three-light Lamp Base, France, late 19th/
early 20th century, the foliate decorated arms with central putti atop
an egg-shaped urn mounted on a raised drum base with floral festoon,
electrified, nozzle ht. 11 3/4 in.
$400-600
524.
French Empire Figural Ormolu Mantel Clock, France, 19th century,
depicting Love crowning Psyche above a classical frieze, ht. 15 in.;
together with a stepped mahogany base.
$1,500-2,000
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525.
Eleven-piece Limoges Porcelain Fish Service, France, late 19th
century, each with gilt trim to a scalloped rim, polychrome enameled
with a variety of fish, artist signed “F. Roux,” including ten plates, dia. 9
1/4; and an oval platter, lg. 24 in.
$500-700
526.
Steel and Brass Book Press, England, 19th century, ht. 12 1/2, lg. 15
3/4 in.
$200-400
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540
534
527.
Three Papier-mâché Items, England, 19th century, each with black
ground and gilded trim, a portfolio with mother-of-pearl inlay, 9 1/4 x
11 3/4; and a pair of hand screens with polychrome bird designs and
turned wood handles, lg. 15 in.
$300-500
528.
German Porcelain Tankard, 19th century, cylindrical shape with
gilded border and polychrome decorated floral sprays in high relief, with
hinged pewter lid, ht. 7 1/4 in.
$400-600
529.
Mahogany Lap Desk, England, 19th century, rectangular shape with
brass handles and escutcheon, fitted interior with tooled leather writing
surface and compartments for inkwells and pens, paper label for “Wm.
Dobson Hardwareman and Stationer, Strand, London,” lg. 13 7/8, dp.
9 1/4 in.
$200-400
530.
Max Ohmayer (German, 1903-1970)
Battle Scene, Ambush of the Canon
Signed and inscribed “Max Ohmayer/Rothenburg o, Tauber” l.l.
Oil on canvas, 28 5/8 x 42 7/8 in. (72.8 x 108.7 cm), framed.
Condition: Scattered areas of craquelure, discolored varnish, surface
grime.
$700-900
531.
Carved and Painted Trinket Box, Italy, 18th century, iron hardware to
the hinged top carved with a large leaf, the box sides decorated with a
band of foliage, all set on three raised feet, lg. 9 1/2 in.
$100-150
532.
Samuel B. Foster (American, b. 1833)
Loch Katrine, from Scott’s Lady of the Lake
Signed, dated, and inscribed “...Painted by S. B. Foster/Jan. 1865” in
pencil on the reverse.
Oil on panel, 10 3/4 x 16 in. (27.2 x 40.7 cm), framed.
Condition: Minor retouch, small paint loss u.r., surface grime.
$500-700
533.
Carved Walnut Jewelry Box, Continental, 19th century, rectangular
form heavily carved with foliage, with columnar corners, the hinged lid
revealing a beveled glass mirror and velvet compartmented interior,
scrolled brass feet, lg. 14 1/2, ht. 9 in.
$300-500
534.
Zuber Panoramic Wallpaper Panel, France, 19th century, canal
coastal view with numerous sailors in the foreground, 69 x 111 1/2 in.
$2,000-4,000
535.
Gilded and Patinated Bronze and Alabaster Figural Candlestick,
France, 19th century, modeled as a cherub riding a goat and
supporting a single candle sconce, ht. 12 1/2 in.
$500-700
536.
Painted Tole Tea Tray, England, 19th century, oval, with wide floral-
decorated red ground border surrounding a polychrome enameled
classical scene, lg. 29 1/2 in.
$400-600
537.
Pair of Brass Push-up Candlesticks, England, 19th century, on
circular bases, ht. 19 3/4 in.
$150-250
538.
Queen Anne-style Oak Drop-leaf “Wake Table,” late 19th century, of
typical form, with D-shaped drop leaves on circular legs ending in pad
feet, ht. 28 3/4, wd. 57, dp. 20 in.
$800-1,200
539.
Jules-Felix Coutan (French, 1848-1939)
Cupid Disarmed by Diana
Inscribed “Jules Coutan” l.l. and stamped “E. Colin & Cie/Paris” on the
base.
Bronze with a medium brown patina, 15 x 20 x 7 in. (38.0 x 51.0 x 17.8
cm).
Condition: Repair to figure’s left arm, abrasion on neck, nicks to the
edge of the crescent moon, normal wear, dirt in the interstices.
$800-1,200
540.
Carved Ivory and Electroplate-mounted Tankard, Germany, 19th
century, in high relief with classical figures boar hunting, gold-washed
silver plate scrolled handle, hinged lid, and foot rim, ht. 8 5/8 in.
$2,000-3,000
541.
Louis XVI-style Wall Sconce, France, late 19th/early 20th century,
foliate-decorated central torch form supporting two scrolled arms, lg.
18 1/2 in.
$300-500
542.
Russian Lacquer Box, early 20th century, rectangular form with
polychrome painted figural landscape, lg. 6 3/8 in.
$200-300
543.
Emil Axel Krause (Danish, 1871-1945)
Friars Crag, Derwentwater
Signed and titled “E. A. Krause...” l.l., with a label from Goodspeed’s
Book Shop, Inc., on the frame backing paper.
Watercolor on paper/board, sight size 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. (34.3 x 24.1
cm), framed.
Condition: Toning, mat burn, not examined out of frame.
$300-500
544.
Pair of Neoclassical-style Candelabra, late 19th/early 20th century,
each with four lights with scrolled arms and prism drops, mounted atop
marble bases, ht. 24 1/2 in.
$500-700
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545.
Painted Decanter Box, 19th century, rectangular shape polychrome
decorated with birds, flowers and insects, applied brass banded trim,
lg. 13 1/4, dp. 9 5/8, ht. 7 3/4 in.
$300-400
546.
French School, 19th Century
Lot of Two Framed Miniature Portraits of a Young Boy
Each signed and dated indistinctly l.r.
Watercolor and charcoal on paperboard, 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 in. (15.2 x 11.2
cm).
Condition: Both with mild toning and paper residue to the reverse, one
with abrasion near signature l.r.
$400-600
547.
Andre-Paul-Arthur Massoulle (French, 1851-1901)
Bronze Figure Depicting the Sword of Valor, the scantily clad
standing figure modeled holding a sword and standing on a freeform
rocky base, a foot standing on a trophy, all on a stepped rouge marble
base, ht. 25 in.
$3,000-5,000
548.
Pair of Tole Urns, 19th century, painted red with fluted sides and
everted rim, ht. 13 1/2 in.
$500-700
549.
L. Candelle (French, 19th/20th Century)
Shepherd and Flock on a Snowy Path
Signed “L CANDELLE” l.r.
Watercolor and gouache on paper/board, sight size 20 5/8 x 13 3/4 in.
(52.4 x 34.9 cm), framed.
Condition: Toning, not examined out of frame.
$200-250
550.
After Rev. Matthew William Peters, R.A. (British, 1741-1814)
The Fortune Teller, engraved by J. R. Smith and dedicated to Charles,
Duke of Rutland.
Signed and inscribed in the plate, with a label from Goodspeed’s Book
Shop, Inc., Boston, on the frame backing paper.. Mezzotint on paper,
sight size 17 1/2 x 19 3/4 in. (44.5 x 50.0 cm), framed.
Condition: Tear u.c. in margin, toning, scattered foxing and staining,
not examined out of frame.
$150-200
551.
Three-piece Papier-mâché Garniture, England, 19th century, each
baluster-shaped vase with gilt foliage and polychrome decorated exotic
birds to a dark red ground, ht. 7 3/8 (2), 10 1/4 in.
$300-500
552.
Bronze Figural Lamp, France, 20th century, modeled as a child
holding a basket atop its head and standing on a raised drum base
decorated with a continuous frieze of children among tall grass, ht. to
basket 17 in.
$400-600
553.
Gilt-bronze and Enamel-decorated Figural Five-light Candelabra,
France, 19th century, the scrolled arms supported atop a cherub
standing on a raised plinth with stepped base, ht. 14 3/4 in.
$400-600
554.
Bronze Model of a Horse and Cart, Continental, late 19th century,
gilded and silvered, depicting a shire horse pulling a cart, two barrels
with removable lids attached to the oval cobblestone base, and two
additional barrels, overall lg. 11 in.
$400-600
555.
Bronze Model of a Jockey on Horseback, mid-20th century, after
Isidore-Jules Bonheur (1827-1901), unsigned, ht. 25 1/2, lg. 27 in.
$800-1,200
556.
Painted Earthenware Model of a Pug, Germany, 19th century, gray
painted to a cane-colored body, inset glass eyes, ht. 8 in.
$200-400
557.
Bronze-mounted Papier-mâché Ewer, 19th century, bottle-shape
with green ground and polychrome enameled bird and floral decoration,
ht. 12 1/4 in.
$200-400
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558.
Italian School, 19th/20th Century
View of Naples
Unsigned.
Gouache on paper, sight size 6 1/4 x 7 5/8 in. (15.8 x 19.4 cm),
framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
$300-500
559.
White Marble Three-piece Clock and Garniture, France, 20th
century, bronze mounted, the architectural clock, ht. 15 1/4; together
with a pair of matching vasiforms, ht. 10 5/8 in.
$800-1,200
560.
Renaissance/Baroque Revival Gilt-bronze Three-piece Clock and
Garniture, France, 19th century, mythical animals to openwork clock
and candelabra decorated with foliate scrollwork, each with ram’s
heads adorning the finials, clock ht. 16 3/4, candelabra ht. 17 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
561.
Silver-mounted Carved Ivory Madonna and Child Medallion,
17th/18th century, overall rectangular silver frame inset with an oval
medallion, lg. 2 3/8 in.
$400-600
562.
Pair of Louis XVI-style Chenets, France, 19th century, urns with flame
finials, the supports decorated with flowers and foliate festoons, gallery-
style cross brace, ht. 12 3/4, dp. 12 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
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563
563.
Eighteen-light Bronze Chandelier, late 19th/early 20th century,
scrolled foliate arms showing six lights over twelve lights, dark brown
patination, overall ht. 33 1/2, approx. lg. 32 in.
$2,000-4,000
564.
Framed Group of Twelve Napoleonic Bronze Medals, France, 19th
century, including portraits and historical events, eight lg. 2 1/2; two lg.
3; and two lg. 5 1/4; all set in a burl maple frame, 21 x 27 3/4 in.
$600-800
565.
Gilded and Painted Mirror, Italy, 18th/19th century, circular shape with
raised fruit and laurel banded border, dia. 19 1/2 in.
$400-600
566.
Suite of Val St. Lambert Glassware, comprising eighteen water
goblets, ht. 6 3/8; seven wines, ht. 5 3/8; two wines, ht. 5 1/8; fifteen
sherbets/champagne coupes, ht. 4, all with bucket-shaped bowls on
knopped stem; and six tapered dessert bowls, dia. 4 3/4 in.
$600-800
567.
Pair of Porcelain Figures of Servants, Continental, late 19th century,
each enamel decorated to a cream colored ground, one modeled as
Middle Eastern water carrier; the other as a Westerner in classical garb
carrying a basket of fruit, ht. 18 3/4 in.
$200-300
568.
German Bisque Figural Group, 19th century, gilded and polychrome
enameled model of a man and woman dancing, ht. 18 1/4 in.
$400-600
569.
Meissen Porcelain New Gold Serving Tray, Germany, late 19th
century, shell and scrolled foliate border with a cobalt banded trim,
pierced handle at either end, underglaze crossed swords mark, lg.
16 in.; together with a reference book Meissen China, An Illustrated
History, Dr. K. Berling, editor.
$300-500
570.
Attributed to Albert Kretschmer (German, 1825-1891)
Das Kartenhaus
Unsigned, titled and identified “...A. Kretschmer...” on a label in German
and “Card House/Kretschmer” on a partial label on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 in. (31.7 x 26.6 cm), framed.
Condition: Craquelure, scattered paint losses, mild canvas deformation,
surface grime.
$300-500
571.
Extensive French Porcelain Dinner Service, late 19th century,
each with wide buff ground border decorated with gold, copper, and
platinum floral design, including an oval soup tureen and cover, lg. 13;
an oval sauce tureen with cover and underplate; a circular vegetable
dish and cover; an oval open serving bowl, lg. 11 1/4; a circular open
serving bowl, dia. 9 1/4; compote; square serving dish; an oval sauce
boat and underplate; five butter pads; seven coffee cups; ten saucers;
nine plates, dia. 8 3/4; fourteen soup plates, dia. 9 3/4; five plates, dia.
7 3/4; and fourteen plates, dia. 9 5/8 in.; each with printed retailer’s
mark for Gilman Collamore & Co., Union Square, New York.
$800-1,200
572.
Cased Glass Vase, France, 19th century, blue ground with splashes of
metallic copper, ht. 17 1/4 in.
$100-150
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573.
Mahogany Shaving Mirror, England, 19th century, hinged rectangular
shaped mirror above an openwork gallery, all atop a single drawer
cabinet, ht. 24 1/2, lg. 18 in.
$300-500
574.
English Mahogany Banquet Table, c. 1850, comprising two
D-shaped ends and a center table, each with ring-turned pedestal base
ending in four downswept legs on casters, with two leaves, ht. 28,
approx. wd. 86, dp. 49 1/4 in.
Provenance: From a Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown, Massachusetts,
Historical Home.
$3,000-5,000
575.
Rock Crystal and Ruby Chalice, 19th century, flared rim to bowl
mounted on a stem framed with bands of rubies, dia. 5 3/4, ht. 6 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
576.
Pair of Bronze Dore Six-light Candelabra, France, 19th century,
each with scrolled foliate-decorated arms with torches supported atop
architectural columns mounted on scrolled foliate-decorated feet,
electrified, ht. 20 in.
$1,200-1,800
572
575
574
577.
Italian School, 19th/20th Century
Lot of Two Watercolor Shoreline Scenes
Unsigned.
Sight sizes to 5 x 8 1/2 in. (12.7 x 21.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Mild toning, not examined out of frames.
$300-500
578.
Bronzed Iron Shield, Continental, 19th century, teardrop shape with
embossed classical subjects surrounding a central battle scene, lg. 26
1/2 in.
$400-600
579.
Five Brass Candlesticks, England, 20th century, each in the diamond
pattern including two “prince,” a “queen,” and two “kings,” ht. 11 1/2 to
12 3/8 in.
$400-600
580.
Venetian Table Mirror, Italy, 18th century, gilded and gray painted with
a central bird in clouds centering a scrolled foliate frame, the arched
mirror over a raised tablet, overall ht. 30 1/2, lg. 31 1/2 in.
$400-600
581.
Dutch Marquetry Inlaid Decanter Chest, Holland, 18th century, floral
decorated exterior, the fitted interior with six gilt-decorated decanters
and two glasses, chest lg. 10 3/4, ht. 9 3/4, dp. 7 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
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582.
Avery Brass Table Scale, England, late 19th/early 20th century, the
black transfer printed and glazed earthenware scale pan with royal coat
of arms and W. & T. Avery Ltd., overall ht. 31 1/2 in.
$300-500
582A.
Painted Tin Commercial Coffee Bin, early 20th century, rectangular
with arched top, green painted to front, labeled “Golden Rio” with black
ground, mounted with gilt-metal accents, the top surface fitted with a
removable wooden top for use as a side table, ht. 28, wd. 19 1/2, dp.
23 in.
$250-350
583.
Aubusson Tapestry Panel, France, 19th century, depicting a hanging
floral basket below a floral festoon over a floral-filled epergne flanked
by music motifs and peacock feathers, floral ribbon border, 62 x 80 in.;
carved and gilded drapery traverse with central fleur-de-lis to a floral
band.
$3,000-5,000
584.
Pair of Neoclassical-style Two-light Giltwood Wall Sconces, France,
19th/20th century, each with ribbons over wheat-sheltered eagles and
with ribbon drops and tassels, lg. 44 in.
$2,000-3,000
585.
Irish Cut Glass Compote, 19th century, oval bowl with diamond-cut
border above a wide gadroon band, all set atop a square base, ht. 6
5/8 in.
$250-350
586.
Pair of Charles X Bronze Candlesticks, France, early 19th century,
with foliate collar above a fluted stem bordered with fruit and foliage and
mounted atop three paw feet, ht. 9 5/8 in.
$400-600
587.
Bronze Model of a Standing Child, late 19th/early 20th century,
signed Hunt, the nude figure mounted atop an octagonal base with
inscribed signature, brown patina, ht. 19 in.
$800-1,200
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589
588.
Rococo Walnut and Giltwood Mirror, mid to late 18th century, the
arched cresting mounted with giltwood flower basket and berrying vine,
with beveled mirror plate, molded rectangular frame with gilt inner slip,
ending in an ogee scroll, lg. 35 3/4, wd. 14 3/4 in.
$400-600
589.
Anton Nelson (Austrian, ac. 1880-1910)
Bronze Bust of a Maiden, retailed by Tiffany & Co., mounted on a
raised art nouveau foliate decorated base with inscribed cartouche
EPOQUE LOUIS XV PAR NELSON, chocolate brown patina, impressed
Tiffany and foundry marks, ht. 29 1/2 in.
$2,000-3,000
590.
Continental School, 20th Century
Lot of Two Orientalist Scenes: Giza and Possibly Istanbul
Both initialed “W.” l.r.
Watercolor on paper/board, sight sizes to 11 x 7 1/2 in. (28.0 x 19.0
cm), framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frames.
$600-800
591.
Pair of Regency-style Eight-light Chandeliers, England, 19th/20th
century, each with tiered drops of glass prisms and bands of florets,
approx. lg. 32 1/2 in.
$4,000-6,000
592.
Majolica Figural Wall Shelf Bracket, Continental, 19th century,
polychrome decorated and modeled as a peasant figure beneath a
stepped shelf, lg. 7 3/4 in.
$150-250
593.
Bronze Pastille Burner, France, 19th century, covered urn form with
floral borders and butterfly handles, ht. 4 1/2 in.
$200-300
594.
Pair of Gilt-bronze and Rock Crystal Two-light Candelabra, 19th
century, each with scrolled arms supported atop a cut glass stem set
on a raised circular base, electrified, ht. 11 3/4 in.
$500-700
595.
Pair of Gothic-style Bronze Spill Holders, France, 19th century, each
modeled with six openwork spires mounted atop a stepped circular
base, ht. 5 3/8 in.
$300-500
596.
French Bronze Relief Plaque After Dürer, mid to late 19th century,
rectangular, depicting a scene of a woman spinning yarn beside a
cradle, attended by a host of angels and cherubs within a village
setting, self-framed, with Musees Imperiaux impressed seal, set in
modern wood frame, plaque sight size 17 1/4 x 13 in.
$200-300
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597.
Regency Provincial Mahogany and Inlay Tallcase Clock, early 19th
century, the hood with swan’s neck cresting centered and flanked by
brass finials, arched door flanked by ring-turned columns, the face
painted with phases of the moon and bucolic village scenes, signed
Tootle, Eccles, with two-train chiming movement with subsidiary
seconds dials, the case with oak door, on oak-paneled plinth base, with
line inlay throughout, ht. 95 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
598.
Regency-style Mirrored Two-light Sconce, 19th/20th century,
giltwood and black painted with fleur-de-lis above an eagle perched
atop a circular convex mirror with foliate stem, lg. 39 in.
$300-400
599.
Agnes Potter Lowrie (American, 1892-1964)
Lot of Two Still Life Paintings: Dresden Pierced Compotes with
Fruit
Both signed “Agnes Potter Lowrie” in pencil l.r.
Watercolor and gouache on paper, sight sizes approximately 17 x 22 in.
(43.2 x 55.9 cm). framed.
Condition: Both with subtle rippling, scattered craquelure, not
examined out of frames.
$700-900
600.
Framed Embroidered Engraving, Italy, 18th century, with depiction
of a nobleman handing coins to three beggars above an inscription VI.
Opus Misericordia Corporalis Subuenire in Carcere detentos., set in a
giltwood frame, 11 3/4 x 15 3/8 in.
$400-600
Objet de Vertu
601.
Fine French Bicolor Gold and Diamond-mounted Snuff Box, c.
1840, the yellow and rose gold rectangular box mounted to lid with a
roundel containing a copy of a photograph of either Nasser al-Din Shah
Qajar (1831-1896) or his successor, Mozaffar al-Din Shah Qajar (1853-
1907), in frame of twenty-six irregular rose-cut prong-set diamonds,
on ground of rocaille scrolls and flowerheads, accented with six further
rose-cut diamonds in crimped collet mounts, sides and base of box
with engine-turning, further scrolls and flowerheads, front of lid with a
central lion mask, 3 1/2 x 2 5/8 x 1 1/4 in.
Provenance: A Rhode Island estate. Presented to Richmond Pearson
(1852-1923), who was elected U.S. Minister to Persia by President
Theodore Roosevelt, and held this post from 1902-07.
$8,000-12,000
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602.
Austrian Copper Enamel Boudoir Timepiece,
Vienna, third quarter 19th century, flattened ovoid body
enameled to rear surface with scene of Cupid bound,
and three classical maidens breaking his bow, topped
by a finial formed as a figure of Diana the huntress,
with small ram’s heads to sides, fitted with a pocket
watch timepiece with glass front door, the enamel dial
with subsidiary seconds dial, and decorated with two
18th century maidens, the back of movement engraved
for Ignazius Lichtenstern, Vienna, the interior of case
decorated with a landscape scene, raised on knopped
stem with Renaissance-style cherub and grotesque
masks, trumpet foot with artist cherubs on gilt ground,
ht. 8 1/2 in.
Provenance: A Rhode Island estate.
$2,000-3,000
602A.
Austrian Copper Enamel and Silver-gilt Mounted
Box, Vienna, c. 1866, Hermann Ratzerdorfer, maker,
rectangular, the hinged lid decorated with mythic
scene of Bacchus and a satyr pursuing a maiden by
a stream, the sides with further classical scenes of
satyrs and maidens, the interior fully decorated with
further elaborate mythic scenes, the underside with a
landscape, with gold-washed silver rim mountings, wd. 4
1/8, dp. 2 7/8 in.
$2,000-4,000
603.
Three Continental Miniature Silver-mounted
Enamel Objects, late 19th century, a small French
silver-mounted oval cosmetics pot, dia. 1 1/8, and
two Renaissance Revival Austrian gold-washed silver-
mounted items, a top-form vinaigrette, maker’s mark RL,
lg. 3 5/8, and a barrel-form snuff container, wd. 1 1/2,
sold together with an Indo-Persian enameled silver snuff
box, oval, decorated with tigers and birds, wd. 1 1/2 in.,
approx. 1 troy oz.
$200-300
604.
Austrian Gold-washed Silver-mounted and Copper
Enamel Figural Miniature Timepiece, Vienna, late
19th century, maker’s mark LP, formed as a harp, with
engraved silver mounts, cobalt blue fluted upright, the
instrument’s frame painted with classical motifs and
a courting couple, on three paw feet, the hinged lid
opening to a small timepiece, the movement engraved
for Joseph Kostler, ht. 5 1/2 in.
$300-500
605.
Continental Gold and Enamel Egg Cup, late
19th century, conical, with scalloped rim, the sides
constructed with three black and white enamel floral
roundels joined with delicate beaded wire scrollwork
panels, on trumpet foot with black and white enameled
flat leaves, ht. 1 7/8 in., approx. 10.9 dwt.
$300-500
602A
602
604
603
606.
14kt Yellow Gold Trophy Cup, B.D. Howes and Son, c.
1973, the trumpet shaped bowl with reeding to base, on
reeded knop and trumpet base, engraved as a trophy for
the “Hollywood Derby” at Hollywood Park, ht. 7 in., approx.
166.5 dwt, 8.5 troy oz.
Note: Inscription is for the $150,000 One Mile and One Half
winner, “Amen 2nd,” a three year old owned by Dee-Bob
Stable, Trainer P.G. Johnson, and Jockey Eddie Belmonte,
won July 15, 1973. The Hollywood Derby is a Grade I
American Thoroughbred horse race held at Hollywood Park
Racetrack in Inglewood, California. Currently run at 1 1/4
miles, the Hollywood Derby has been contested at various
distances, with the 1 1/2 mile running c. 1973-75.
$6,000-8,000
British Silver & Plate
607.
George II Silver Tankard, London, 1732, Humphrey Payne,
maker, tapered cylindrical form with domed lid with volute
thumb-piece, cast handle, the body applied with a single
girdle band, on slightly flaring foot, underside engraved with
period monogram, ht. 7 in., approx. 20 troy oz.
$4,000-6,000
608.
George II Silver Coffeepot, London, c. 1740s, Edward
Feline, maker, lighthouse form, with rounded base and
spreading foot, spout cast with acanthus, with fruitwood
handle, ht. 9 1/8 in., approx. 22 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
606
607
625
609.
Large George II Silver Waiter, London, 1751, James Morrison, maker,
the shaped edge heavily molded with acanthus scrolls and rocaille,
engraved to center with large Rococo-scrolled cartouche, on four scroll
and leaftip feet, dia. 24 1/4 in., approx. 160 troy oz.
$3,000-5,000
610.
George II Silver Sauce Boat, London, 1755, maker possibly George
Hunter, ovoid, with ogee rim, flying leaf-topped C-scroll handle, on
shell-topped legs and pad feet, monogrammed, ht. 3 1/4 in., approx. 3
troy oz.
$150-250
611.
George II Silver Standish, London, 1758-59, Edward Aldridge and
John Stamper, makers, rectangular with four divided sections, one
engraved with an armorial, with colorless glass sander and inkwell,
sides decorated with elaborate scrolling filigree and with a gadrooned
edge, on claw-and-ball feet, lg. 7 7/8 in., approx. 14 oz. weighable
silver
$1,200-1,500
612.
Late George II Silver Salver, London, 1759, John Carter, maker, the
molded edge and C-scroll and shell rim, engraved at center with coat of
arms, raised on three pad feet, wd. 13 in., approx. 29 troy oz.
$800-1,200
613.
Pair of George III Salvers, London, 1770, maker’s mark for Robert
Rogers, each engraved to the center with an armorial, edges molded
with gadrooning, leaves, and shells, on claw-and-ball feet, dia. 6 3/8 in.,
approx. 15 troy oz.
$500-700
614.
George III Silver Dish Cross, London, 1770, Henry Bailey, maker, of
typical form, with ovoid font chased and embossed with rococo reeding
and flower stems, with openwork shell-form feet and supports, lg. 10
3/8 in., approx. 24 troy oz.
$700-900
615.
George III Silver Teapot, London, 1773, Edward Darvill, maker,
cylindrical, with straight spout, rattan-wrapped ear handle, flat lid with
carved ivory pineapple finial, the body engraved with a continuous
scene of 18th century ladies visiting townspeople, ht. 5 in., approx. 10
troy oz.
$200-300
616.
George III Silver Sugar Basket, London, 1790, Henry Chawner,
maker, with looped and ribbed swing handle above a boat-shaped
body engraved with an armorial to both sides and a band of foliage,
oval foot with ribbed edge, lg. 6 in.
$300-500
617.
George III Silver Oval Tea Stand, London, 1790-91, Charles Aldridge,
maker, thread borders and an engraved band of leaves to outside
edge, the center engraved with an armorial, on splayed feet, lg. 7 3/16
in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$300-500
618.
Two Irish George III Silver Teaware Items, Dublin, a teapot, 1793,
Joseph Jackson, maker, with ivory pineapple lid finial and straight
spout, ht. 7, and a creamer, 1794, John Stoyte, maker, with reeded
loop handle, ht. 5 1/4 in., both ovoid, with vertical fluting to corners,
bright-cut waist bands of foliate guilloche, and a coat of arms, approx.
20 troy oz. total.
$500-700
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615
619.
Five Sterling Flatware Servers, a George III bright-cut stuffing spoon,
London, 1793, a Durgin roast fork with twisted stem and reeded
spherule terminal, a Theodore B. Starr claret spoon with twisted stem
and beaded handle, and an American two-piece small carving set,
monograms, approx. 9 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
620.
Sheffield Silver Plate Tea Urn, late 18th century, Holy D. Wilkinson &
Co., the ovoid body bright-cut engraved with a band of flowering vine
and diapered roundels, domed lid with acorn finial, beaded rim, handles
with oak leaves, raised on paw legs enclosing a burner, on oblong base
with ball feet, ht. 15 in.
$500-700
621.
Pair of George III Silver Stuffing Spoons, London, 1794, maker’s
mark HS, engraved with a crest, lg. 11 3/8 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$250-300
622.
George III Silver Teapot, London, 1795-96, Crespin Fuller, maker,
with ivory pineapple finial and oval cover, angular body with re-entrant
corners, angled spout, engraved with bands of foliage and a
monogrammed oval wreath, ht. 6 1/4 in., approx. 15 troy oz.
$600-800
623.
George III Silver Soup Ladle, London, 1796, Thomas Northcote,
maker, backtipt, engraved with crest, lg. 13 1/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$400-600
624.
Pair of George III Silver Sugar Tongs, London, Hester Bateman,
maker, with bright-cut engraving to arms, and acorn-form nips,
monogrammed, lg. 5 3/8 in., approx. 1 troy oz.
$300-500
625.
George III Silver Basket, London, 1798, Peter and Ann Bateman,
makers, boat-shaped, with reeded rim, and border bright-cut with band
of roundels and drapery swags, with reeded swing handle, and slightly
flaring foot, engraved to interior with mottoed coat of arms, lg. 13 5/8
in., approx. 27 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
626.
Pair of George III Silver Salvers, London, 1798, Richard Rugg, maker,
molded rim with beaded edge, with bright-cut monogram, on ball and
claw feet, dia. 8 1/4 in., approx. 26 troy oz.
$1,200-1,800
627.
Two George III Silver Teapot Stands, London, oval, with reeded rims
and bright-cut engraving, one 1798, John Emes, maker, lg. 6 5/8, the
other 1810, Henry Chawner, maker, lg. 6 1/2; sold together with a
sauce boat, British provincial or American coin, marked “CT Sterling,”
beaded rim, leaf-topped scroll handles, and shell-topped pad feet, ht. 4
in., 20 troy oz. total.
$700-900
628.
Eight George III Silver Spoons, London, 1789-1812, various makers,
comprising a tablespoon, six tea/coffee spoons and a caddy spoon,
approx. 6 troy oz.
$200-300
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638
629.
George III Silver Dresser Box, London, 1801, makers’ mark rubbed,
rectangular with rounded ends, the lid chased and embossed with a
courting couple, the sides with scrolls, wd. 5 1/8 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$200-250
630.
Three-piece George III Silver Tea Set, London, 1803-04, Hannah
Northcote, maker, ovoid, with beaded upper rim, short spouts, and
angular handles, comprising a teapot with ivory lid finial and fruitwood
ear handle, open sugar, and creamer, engraved with coat of arms
verso, and crest recto, teapot ht. 4 3/8 in., approx. 34 troy oz.
$500-700
631.
George III Silver Soup Ladle, Edinburgh, 1804, maker’s mark WA,
pointed back tipt, later monogram, lg. 14 1/4 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$250-350
632.
George III Silver Sauce Tureen, London, 1807, William Burwash and
Richard Sibley, makers, round, the lid with ovolo band and finial formed
as a basket of fruit, the body with reeded rims, wide band of anthemia,
and reeded handles ending in lion mask terminals, engraved with
mottoed coat of arms and crest, ht. 6 1/2 in., approx. 42 troy oz.
$1,800-2,200
633.
Four English Silver Flatware Items, three Georgian: a sugar sifting
ladle, 1807, Eley and Fearn, makers, an 1814 tea caddy spoon,
maker’s mark EM, and an 1810 tea caddy spoon, maker’s mark LJ,
(the two former London, the latter Birmingham), and a Victorian sugar
sifting ladle, London, 1884, with reticulated stem, makers’ mark JA TS,
approx. 4 troy oz. total.
$150-200
634.
Three-piece George III Silver Tea Set, London, 1810, Paul Storr,
maker, comprising ovoid teapot with flat lid, urn-form hot water pot,
and ovoid creamer, with gadrooned waist bands and lobing to base of
bodies, the pot spouts decorated with anthemia, teapot and creamer
with ovolo upper rim and reeded footrim, all with entwined snake-
form handles, (the pots in ivory, the creamer in silver), engraved with
elaborated mottoed crest, and small gartered crest topped by an earl’s
coronet, hot water pot ht. 9 5/8 in., approx. 88 troy oz.
$4,000-6,000
635.
George III Silver Fish Tongs, London, 1810, maker’s mark MB, with
oval, partially reticulated blades, on threaded handle, monogrammed,
lg. 11 1/4 in.
$150-200
636.
Two English Silver Tableware Items, London, a creamer, 1810,
ovoid, on ball feet, with angular handle, ht. 4, and a waiter, 1837,
engraved with leafy scrolls, with C-scroll and flowerhead rim, dia. 8 1/4
in., approx. 14 troy oz.
$200-400
637.
Irish George III Silver Strainer Spoon, Dublin, 1816, Richard Sawyer,
maker, of typical form, engraved with small crest, lg. 12 3/4 in., approx.
6 troy oz.
$150-250
638.
George III Silver Four-bottle Cruet Set, London, 1818, Joseph Angell,
maker, the square stand with acanthus, shell and gadrooned rim, on
paw feet, with central upright handle, with reeded frame enclosing pair
of colorless cut glass cruets, and pair of silver rimmed and lidded glass
pots, stand ht. 10 in., approx. 27 troy oz. weighable silver.
$700-900
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639.
Pair of Sheffield Plate Convertible Chafing Dishes, c. 1820, oblong,
the chafing dish base with curved handles, on belted ball feet, fitted
with deep or shallow dish, lid with removable handle, converting also to
covered dish without warming base, or two open vegetable dishes, full
lg. 14 in.
$400-600
640.
Assembled Georgian and Victorian Shell and Thread Pattern
Partial Flatware Service for Twelve, most engraved with an armorial
device, comprising twelve each: dinner knives, luncheon knives, dinner
forks, six London, 1822-23, William Eley and William Fearn, makers,
four London, 1823-24, William Chawner, maker, and two others;
luncheon forks, five London, 1821-22, William Eley and William Fearn,
makers, and seven London, 1815-16, marks rubbed; dessert forks,
eight London, 1937, I.F. & Son, and four London, 1839-1840, Mary
Chawner, maker; teaspoons, ten London, mostly 1822-23, William
Eley and William Fearn, makers, and two others; and tablespoons, all
London, 1815-1823, William Eley and William Fearn or William Chawner,
makers; with ten coffee spoons, four London, 1828-29, William Eley,
maker, and six unmarked; and a fish slice, London, 1812-13, William
Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, maker; and a sauce ladle,
London, 1828-29, William Eley, approx. 170 troy oz. weighable silver.
$3,000-5,000
641.
George IV Silver Tea Urn, London, 1824, maker’s mark EB, squat
pear-shaped body with domed lid with berry finial, finely chased and
embossed with scrolling foliates, the body with birds amidst flowering
vines, scrolls, and rocaille, reeded acanthus handles, central coat of
arms engraved above the tap with ivory shell-form knob, the short stem
with leaftip bands, on oblong base with heavy shell feet, interior with
silver-mounted warmer frame, ht. 16 in., approx. 174 troy oz.
$3,000-4,000
642.
Georgian Silver “Fiddle and Shell” Pattern Fish Slice, London,
1825-26, WK, maker, blade with pierced openwork designs of entwined
strapwork, lg. 12 1/4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$150-200
643.
George III Silver Platter, London, 1825-26, probably Richard Sibley,
maker, oval with gadrooned edge interspersed with acanthus leaves,
the border engraved with an elaborate armorial, plain interior, lg. 23 1/2
in., approx. 124 troy oz.
$2,500-3,000
644.
Three Silver Grape Leaf-form Bottle Tickets, two English, one for
“Sherry” Birmingham, c. 1826, the other “Hock,” London, 1838, the
third “Whisky,” likely South America, marked Topazio, all suspended on
chains, approx. 2 troy oz.
$200-400
645.
George IV Silver Chamberstick, London, 1827, William Eaton, maker,
with scalloped rims, C-shaped handle fitted with conical snuffer,
engraved with small crest, wd. 6 1/2 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$300-500
646.
Late George IV Silver Toast Rack, Edinburgh, 1829, maker’s mark
DH, rectangular base with bifurcate uprights, and central loose handle,
on ball feet, ht. 5 1/2, lg. 6 3/4 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$300-500
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647.
English Sheffield Plate Tea Tray, makers likely J. Watson & Son, c.
1830, rectangular with rounded corners, with heavy gadroon and shell
rim and acanthus handles, engraved to center with a mottoed coat of
arms, on flat leaf and acanthus scroll feet, lg. to handles 24 1/4 in.
$150-250
648.
William IV Silver “Fiddle and Shell” Pattern Fish Slice, London,
1830-31, Jonathan Hayne, maker, blade with thread borders and
pierced with paisley and scrolls, monogrammed, lg. 12 3/8 in., approx.
6 troy oz.
$150-200
649.
William IV Silver Soup Ladle, London, 1832, maker’s mark WE,
possibly William Eaton, of typical form, monogrammed, lg. 13 in.,
approx. 10 troy oz.
$200-300
650.
Assembled English “King” Pattern Partial Flatware Service, each
engraved with an armorial device, comprising twelve luncheon forks and
teaspoons, all teaspoons and eleven forks London, 1838-39, William
Trayes, and one Tiffany & Co.; and seventeen tablespoons, London,
1835-36, WE maker, approx. 76 troy oz.
$1,000-1,400
651.
Two Snuff Boxes, an English Victorian silver plate oval example,
engraved with presentation inscription, and a German .830 silver oval
example, with Dutch-style stamped decoration; sold together with a
modern Wallace sterling shell-form nut cup, and a Russian lacquer box
with troika scene painted to lid, approx. 2 troy oz., (4 items total).
Note: The presentation inscription on the silver plate box reads
“Presented to W.T. Baker by the Inmates of the Plympton St. Mary’s
Union.” The town of Plympton in Devon, England, opened the
Plympton Lunatic Asylum in 1835, and the Plympton Workhouse, and
the St. Mary’s Poor Law Union in 1836.
$100-150
652.
Assembled Group of Georgian and Victorian “Fiddle and Shell”
Pattern Silver Flatware, comprising ten tablespoons, London and
Chester, early to mid-19th century; six teaspoons, Edinburgh, 1814-15,
George Fenwick, maker; six egg spoons, Newcastle, 1852-53, John
Walton, maker; a master butter spreader, London, 1872-73, Stephen
Smith, maker; and a tea caddy, London, 1824-25, William Schofield,
maker, all monogrammed, approx. 24 troy oz.
$500-700
653.
Partial Victorian Silver “King’s Husk” Pattern Flatware Service,
London, 1841, George W. Adams, maker, twenty-four large place
spoons, lg. 8 3/4, twenty-two dinner forks, lg. 8 3/8, eleven luncheon
forks, lg. 7, twelve tablespoons, lg. 7 1/8, sold with two associated
1839 dinner forks, all engraved with small heraldic device, approx. 212
troy oz. total.
$4,000-6,000
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654.
Pair of Adam-style Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, 19th century,
columnar, with Ionic capitals, on square weighted foot decorated with
acanthus and classical urns, ht. 11 3/8 in.
$400-600
655.
English Silver Plate Wine Coaster, mid-19th century, the bowed sides
pierced with quatrefoils, wood base inset with an engraved roundel, dia.
7 in.
$400-600
656.
Three English Silver Bottle Tickets, two Birmingham, a rectangular
1822 Madeira, and a kidney-shaped 1841 Marsala, and one London,
1882, maker’s mark WS, formed as an anchor, engraved for Sherry,
and with round ropetwist bottle collar, approx. 2 troy oz. total.
$200-400
657.
Two English Baleen-handled Toddy Ladles, one Birmingham, 1845,
maker’s mark D&H, the bowl engraved with flowers and C-scrolls and
inset with a thaler coin dated 1767, lg. 13 5/8, the other unmarked, with
spouted bowl inset with a gold-washed George II coin c. 1750, bright-
cut monogram, lg. 13 1/4 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$300-500
658.
Victorian Silver Waiter, London, 1855, John S. Hunt, maker, with
impressed “Hunt & Roskell late Storr & Mortimer” mark, round, with
molded edge, engraved with strapwork, on three scroll and leaftip feet,
monogrammed, dia. 10 5/8 in., approx. 21 troy oz.
$200-400
659.
Five English Sterling Bottle Tickets, three similar grape leaf-form:
pierced “Sherry,” “Gin,” and “Brandy,” all Birmingham, 1839, 1863, and
1849, respectively; a rectangular “Martini,” also Birmingham, 1963; and
a reticulated tag formed as the letter “P,” London, 1840, all with chains,
approx. 2 troy oz.
$250-350
660.
Elkington & Co. Electroplate Stag Head Tureen, date marked
1865, round body applied with pair of large stag head handles, the lid
with finial formed as a standing stag, the whole raised on leaf-topped
cloven-hoof legs, engraved to front with a coat of arms, ht. 13 in., with
felt-lined oak case.
$500-700
661.
Victorian Silver Soup Ladle, London, 1877, George Angell, maker, of
typical form, monogrammed, lg. 12 3/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$150-250
662.
Victorian Silver Brandy Warmer, London, 1879-80, Hands & Son,
maker, with spire and ebonized wood finial above a pear-shaped body
with armorial, ht. 4 1/2 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
Note: The engraved armorial is that of the Scottish Melville clan.
$400-600
663.
Set of Six Victorian Silver “Fiddle and Shell” Pattern Sauce Ladles,
London, 1882-83, RH/RH, maker, with elongated bowls and each
handle engraved with an armorial device, lg. 6 3/4 in., approx. 11 troy
oz.
$200-300
664.
Three-piece Victorian Silver Tea Set, London, 1885, maker’s mark
MG, comprising ovoid teapot, creamer, and open sugar, with reeded
upper rim, the pot with leafy lid finial, and reeded handle topped by
foliates, creamer and sugar with fruit-filled cornucopia handles, all on
paw feet, engraved with small crest, teapot ht. 6 in., 53 troy oz.
$800-1,200
665.
Boxed Victorian Silver Teaspoons and Sugar Tong Set, Glasgow,
1886, maker’s mark W.W.L., comprising twelve teaspoons and a pair
of sugar tongs, all George III-style, with bright-cut decoration, in fitted
case, approx. 7 troy oz. total.
$200-400
666.
Pair of Victorian Weighted Silver Candlesticks, Sheffield, 1886,
maker’s mark JRB, formed as a clustered column, with flat leaf capital,
on square base with classical urns and oak branches, gadrooned rims,
ht. 7 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
667.
Victorian Silver Sugar Shaker, Birmingham, 1888-89, S. Walton
Smith, maker, turned finial above pierced top, body and foot repoussé
molded with rocaille decoration, ht. 8 1/2 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$200-300
668.
Pair of Victorian Silver Side Bowls, London, 1891, Lambert, maker,
round, chased and embossed with foliate C-scrolls and rocaille
cartouches, with ogee shaped rim, raised on three beaded acanthus
feet, monogrammed, dia. 4 1/2 in., approx. 12 troy oz.
$800-1,200
669.
Victorian Ivory-handled Silver Plate Two-piece Fish Serving Set,
marked W & HS, late 19th century, comprising fork, lg. 9 1/2, and knife,
lg. 12 1/2, the tines/blade engraved with a fish, with tapered and reed-
carved ivory handles, in fitted leathered case.
$100-150
670.
Four Sterling Tableware Items, a William IV creamer, London, 1830,
John, Henry and Charles Lias, makers, ht. 3 7/8; a pair of Georgian-
style open salts, London, 1927, Crichton & Co., makers; and an
American tea caddy with ivory pineapple lid finial, ht. 4 1/8 in., approx.
15 troy oz.
$200-300
671.
Six Silver Boxes, two Birmingham, England, an engraved Victorian
horn-form snuff mull, c. 1845, makers’ mark W&ET, the lid engraved
with the Walter Scott memorial, and a heart-shaped box, c. 1903,
monogrammed lid; a Wood & Chatellier matchsafe; an Indo-Persian
repoussé oval box; a Dutch cushion-shaped box, the lid accented with
wirework scrolls; and an unmarked 18th century European vinaigrette,
approx. 8 troy oz. total.
$300-350
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Three Silver Wine-related Articles, England and France, comprising
two wine tasters, a late 19th century French .800 example, roughly
inset with a coin, and an Elizabeth II, London, 1960, made by Tiffany &
Co., lg. 3 7/8 and 4 5/8 respectively, and an Edward VII bottle coaster,
Birmingham, 1903, inset with William III coin dated 1695, dia. 5 1/8 in.,
approx. 9 troy oz. total.
$200-300
673.
Two Victorian Reticulated Silver Fruit Bowls, one Chester, 1900,
makers’ mark JD WD, oval, pierced with quatrefoils, with molded foliate
edge and foot, wd. 10 1/2, the other Sheffield, 1905, maker’s mark JR,
round, pierced with scroll cartouches, with rim molded with rocaille, on
shell feet, dia. 10 7/8 in., approx. 32 troy oz.
$500-700
674.
Edward VII Silver Center Basket, London, 1904-05, maker’s mark
rubbed, with swing handle and boat-shaped body decorated over all
with scrolling cut-work of foliate, boldly shaped foot, with silver plate
liner, wd. 14 1/4 in., approx. 25 troy oz.
$800-1,200
675.
Three Boxed Sets of English Silver Place Card Holders, one set of
four Chester, 1904-09, maker’s mark SM & Co., round, two engraved
with a crest and a monogram; two pairs in a common case, London,
1901, round, engraved with crest, the other pair 1932, pentagonal, all
by Asprey & Co. in Asprey case, and a set of three, Chester, 1920,
maker’s mark JWB, crown-form, ht. to 1 1/8 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
$400-600
676.
Edward VII Silver Hot Water Kettle on Stand and Matching
Teapot, London, 1907-08, S.B. & S. Ltd., maker, each in the Georgian
style with gadrooned edge, molded and bulbous body, on ball feet,
monogrammed, ht. of kettle 12 3/4 in., approx. 69 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
677.
Four-piece Edward VII Silver Tea Set with Similar George V
Coffeepot, the four piece set Chester, 1904-05, makers’ mark GN RH,
comprising ovoid teapot, creamer, open sugar, and kettle on stand
with burner, the pear-shaped coffeepot Birmingham, 1931, maker’s
mark W.A., all with gadroon and shell rim, reeded waist band, angular
handles, on flattened ball feet, kettle ht. 13 3/4, coffeepot ht. 9 1/4 in.,
approx. 109 troy oz. total.
$800-1,200
678.
Set of Two Edward VII Silver Compotes, Birmingham, 1906, makers’
mark RM EH, the shallow bowl raised on three slender angular legs
joined by a round base, ht. 6 and 5 1/4; sold together with a Georgian-
style Elizabeth II salver, Sheffield, 1963, maker’s mark EV, wd. 7 1/2 in.,
(3 items total), approx. 27 troy oz. total.
$300-500
679.
George V Silver Oval Box, London, 1912-13, Crichton Brothers,
makers, in the early Jacobean style, with coiled snake-form handle
above a domed top with cabochon and leaf tip decoration, body
molded with panels interspersed with scrolling foliage, on curled and
flattened spade feet, lg. 8 in., approx. 28 troy oz.
$600-800
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680.
George V Silver Adam-style Tea Tray, London, 1915, HA & S,
makers, oval, the rim applied with stylized acanthus Vitruvian scroll, with
snake-form handles, lg. to handles 28 3/4 in., approx. 115 troy oz.
$2,500-3,500
681.
Six-piece Edward VII/George V Silver Tea and Coffee Service,
maker’s mark S.B. & S., Ltd., retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low,
comprising five pieces Birmingham: coffeepot 1908, creamer and
covered sugar 1923, waste bowl 1922, teapot 1924, and a matching
London kettle on stand, 1904, with associated Gorham burner, all
pieces George III-style with shaped ovoid bodies, and bright-cut
guilloche and feather scroll neck bands, coffeepot ht. 8 1/2 in., approx.
101 troy oz. total.
$1,500-2,500
682.
George V Britannia Standard Silver Standish, London, 1923, makers
mark JHS, rectangular with rounded corners, on stemmed ball feet,
mounted with two lidded wells with fitted colorless glass interiors, wd.
11 1/4 in., approx. 42 troy oz.
$250-350
683.
Pair of George V Weighted Silver Candlesticks, Sheffield. 1927,
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, Ltd., makers, octagonal drip pans
and sconces, tapering octagonal stem, on conforming domed and
weighted foot, ht. 8 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
684.
Group of English Silver Miniature Tea and Table Wares, comprising
a five-piece tea and coffee set, Birmingham, 1936-37, and a pair of
untested silver Queen Anne-style candlesticks, approx. 2 troy oz.
$150-250
685.
George VI Silver Coffeepot and Matching Teapot, London, 1940-41,
Barraclough & Sons, maker, each with ebonized mushroom finial above
baluster body and circular foot, ht. 5 and 6 3/4 in., approx. 37 troy oz.
$600-800
686.
Elizabeth II Silver Shell-form Dish, Birmingham, 1945, maker’s mark
rubbed, the body formed as a shell with gadrooned rim, with upright
handle topped by a female bust, ending in two fish tails centered by
kelp and shells, raised on three addorsed dolphin-form feet, ht. 8 in.,
approx. 47 troy oz.
$1,500-2,500
687.
Five English Silver Animal-form Casters, a set of four Elizabeth II owl-
form salt and pepper shakers, London, 1958, Tiffany & Co., makers,
formed as a standing owl mounted with glass eyes, ht. 2 7/8; and a
single squirrel-form caster, c. 1874, maker’s mark EHS, ht. 2 1/8 in.,
approx. 17 troy oz.
$300-500
688.
Four Sterling Bottle Tickets, two English accented with grapes,
one “Port” with Dionysius mask, Birmingham, 1845, the other “Gin,”
London, 1985, and two “Rye” marked only sterling, sold together with a
white metal tag for “Bourbon” on blue enameled ground, (5 items total),
approx. 1 troy oz.
$250-350
689.
Elizabeth II Silver Gilt Shell-form Dish, London, 1959, Tiffany & Co.,
makers, the wide shell-form body with gadrooned rim, raised at end
with leaftip and scroll handle heavily chased and embossed with a
cluster of shells, on three addorsed dolphin-form feet, ht. 8 3/4, wd. 11
1/2 in., approx. 53 troy oz.
$600-800
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689
686
Continental Silver
690.
Continental Silver Spoon, c. 1632, likely Scandinavian, the tapering
stem engraved with scrolling vine, monogram, and date 1632, with
paneled urn-form terminal, and ovoid bowl, lg. 7 3/8 in., approx. 2 troy
oz.
$200-400
691.
German Silver Inkstand, early 18th century, possibly Leipzig, maker’s
mark TK, oblong, with molded rim, mounted with an inkwell, and fitted
with a matching sander, on small scrolled feet, bearing presentation
engraving dated 1728, wd. 8 1/2 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
Note: Presentation inscription in Dutch from “Princes Maria Louisa” and
dated 1728.
$400-600
692.
Continental Silver Bowl, 18th century, bearing Dutch tax mark for
foreign made silver, lobed oval, with scroll handles topped by small
beast masks, on lobed, ovoid foot, engraved to one side with crest
with monogrammed shield, and shield dated 1752, wd. 8, ht. 3 7/8 in.,
approx. 5 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
693.
Italian Silver-clad Mirror, mid to late 18th century, possibly Bologna,
cartouche shaped, the chased and embossed silver mount topped by
the Madonna above angel heads, floral swags, and rocaille, the sides
with figures of a kneeling monk and bishop saints, set atop a wooden
backing, wd. 17 3/4, ht. 13 1/2 in.
$500-700
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692
693
694.
Scandinavian Silver Cross, with looped finial, the cross with simulated
basketweave surface and with beaded borders and quatrefoil knops, lg.
2 1/2 in., approx. 1 troy oz.
$400-600
695.
Three Continental Silver Table Articles, 19th century, comprising a
large stuffing spoon, likely Scandinavian, in the fiddle and shell pattern,
marked OEF, and two German .800 silver napkin rings, lg. of spoon 14
5/8 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$150-200
696.
Large Continental Silver Punch Ladle, 19th century, likely
Scandinavian, with long, turned wood handle, the unmarked silver bowl
with strainer spout, full lg. 20 1/2 in.
$250-350
697.
Five French Silver Wine Tasters, early 19th century, two with snake-
form handles (one inset with a coin to interior), one with loop handle,
and engraved with the name “Descartes,” one with a tab-form handle
inset with a coin dated 1818, the fifth with tab-form handle engraved
with a putto blacksmith, lg. 3 1/2 to 4 3/4 in., approx. 16 troy oz. total.
$300-500
698.
Spanish Colonial Silver Braserillo, first half 19th century, oval, with
reeded body with turned fruitwood handles, raised on pair of addorsed
dolphin supports and oval foot, ht. 3 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$300-500
699.
Three Silver Boxes, mid-19th century, rectangular, a Dutch .833 silver
tobacco box, 1850, lid engraved with two male figures flaking a central
roundel engraved “Tabak,” lg. 5 1/4; a Victorian card case, Edinburgh,
1855, maker’s mark GC, engraved to both sides with vignettes of
buildings in that city, lg. 3 7/8; and an unmarked card case engraved
with a house verso, monogram recto, lg. 3 3/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
total.
$200-300
701.
Pair of Louis XV-style French .950 Silver Seven-light Candelabra,
mid to late 19th century, with rocaille sconces and nozzles, on acanthus
scroll arms, with balustroid stem chased and embossed with acanthus
panels, shaped ovoid base and short rocaille feet, with removable
weighting to base, full ht. 25, candlestick ht. 15 in., approx. 212 troy oz.
total.
$6,000-8,000
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701
702.
French .950 Silver Two-piece Fish Serving Set, third quarter 19th
century, maker’s mark ES, with bellflower and ribbon patterned
handles, and pierced and engraved blade/tines, fork lg. 10, knife lg. 11
1/4 in.
$150-250
703.
French Renaissance Revival .950 Silver Centerpiece, late 19th
century, Veyrat, maker, lacking center bowl, with foliate frame raised
on four serpentine griffin scroll supports, with four reeded serpentine
candle arms, and square base with scroll feet centered by busts of
nobles, ht. 14 1/4 in., approx. 90 troy oz.
$1,500-2,500
704.
Whimsical German .800 Silver Fish-form Sauce Boat, late 19th
century, the Renaissance-style fish with head forming spout and curved
tail forming handle, on three fin-form feet, mounted with red cabochon
stone eyes, lg. 10 3/4, ht. 5 in., approx. 12 troy oz.
Provenance: Ex-collection of a prominent Boston university.
$800-1,200
705.
Group of Six Continental Silver and Russian Porcelain Wine Cups,
late 19th century, cups decorated with flowers and gilt scrolls, with
Gardner Factory mark in iron red, filigree cup holder with scalloped rim
and with tightly packed designs of scrolls, ht. 2 3/4 in., approx. 8 troy
oz.
$800-1,200
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704
706
706.
French Gold-washed .950 Silver Chalice and Paten, late 19th
century, bell-shaped bowl applied with a trefoil band over three
roundels engraved with Christ, Mary, and a saint, the stem with
flattened knop applied with faceted purple pasts, on trumpet foot with
three further engraved roundels, and the busts of three archangels, ht.
9 3/4, the round paten engraved in Latin and applied with roundel of
the Last Supper, dia. 5 3/4 in., approx. 31 troy oz.
$700-900
707.
Four Italian Sterling Plates, late 19th century, retailed by G. Petochi,
Rome, with reeded ogee rim, engraved with small crest, dia. 8 5/8 in.,
approx. 50 troy oz.
$400-600
708.
Continental Silver and Enamel Snuff Box, late 19th century,
unmarked, rectangular, with ogee edge, lid with central gray-blue
enamel heraldic shield, on black and pearl gray Renaissance Revival
scrolled ground, base with engine-turned engraving, interior gold-
washed, wd. 3 1/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$500-700
709.
Dutch .833 Silver Coffeepot, late 19th century, pear-shaped, domed
lid with floriform finial, the body chased and embossed with roundel
flanked by winged cherub grotesques and foliate scrolls, serpentine
handle, on crabstock feet, ht. 7 1/8 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$200-300
710.
Odiot .950 Silver Hot Water Pot, France, late 19th century, pear-
shaped, finely chased and embossed with rocaille shells, and scrolls,
the lid with leaftip and berry finial, with short spout, serpentine handle
topped by a shell, monogrammed, ht. 9 3/4 in., approx. 38 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
711.
Set of Three Austro-Hungarian .800 Silver Bottle Tickets, 1886-
1922, oval, engraved “F. Courvoisier & Curlier Frères,” and with names
and numbers of spirits, each with a link chain, tag wd. 2 1/8 in., approx.
1 troy oz.
$300-500
712.
Continental Silver Dresser Box, Hanau, late 19th/early 20th century,
makers possibly B. Neresheimer & Sohne, rectangular, chased and
embossed with panels of putti at various pursuits, wd. 5 1/8, dp. 3 1/4
in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$250-350
713.
Four Silver Flatware Items, late 19th/early 20th century, a Russian
soup ladle, 1896-1908, lg. 12 1/4, a pair of Continental .830 berry
spoons with twisted stems, lg. 7 1/4, and a pair of late Victorian
engraved grape shears, London, 1900, maker’s mark GJ DF, with
reticulated handles, lg. 6 3/8 in., approx. 12 troy oz.
$200-400
714.
Extensive German Sterling Flatware Service, Koch & Bergfeld,
Bremen, comprising twelve each: dinner forks, dinner knives, fruit
knives, fish knives, luncheon forks, luncheon knives, pastry forks,
teaspoons, demitasse spoons, dessert spoons, tablespoons; eleven
salad forks; two master butter knives, pair of small salad servers, sugar
spoon, sauce ladle, pickle fork, olive fork, sugar tongs, stuffing spoon,
soup ladle, pie/cake server, and serving spoon, approx. 138 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$3,500-4,500
715.
Two German Silver Dresser Boxes, late 19th/early 20th century,
both oval with lids embossed with cherubs, one by J.D. Schleissner &
Sohne, Hanua, wd. 4 7/8, the other marked .800, wd. 4 in., approx. 9
troy oz.
$250-350
716.
Partial French .950 Silver Flatware Service, late 19th/early 20th
century, Robert Linzeler, maker, with export mark, possibly made for
Tiffany & Co., in pattern of laurel swags, reeded roundels, and goddess
masks, with applied cutcard-work monogram, comprising: seventeen
dinner forks (lg. 8 1/2), twelve luncheon forks (lg. 7 1/4), eleven place
spoons (lg. 8 1/2), nine dinner knives (lg. 9 5/8), and four fruit/dessert
knives (lg. 8 in.), approx. 98 troy oz. weighable silver.
$2,000-3,000
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717.
Continental Rococo-style Silver Plate Oval Box, early 20th century,
raised cover decorated with frolicking infant bacchantes within a border
of fruiting grapevines, sides with raised designs of fruit and leaves, lg.
11 3/4 in.
$200-300
718.
Pair of German Silver Goblets, early 20th century, each lacking
glass liner, with bowl and decorated with trellis openwork and rocaille
reserves, with cherub-form stems, ht. 5 1/4 in.
$200-250
719.
Continental .800 Silver Compact, early 20th century, marked LVF,
square, the lid engraved with the lion of St. Mark within a foliate
surround, lid with cabochon blue stone latch, 3 x 3 in., approx. 4 troy
oz.
$200-400
720.
German .800 Silver and Green Glass Decanter and Four Matching
Stemmed Cups, early 20th century, decanter with ball and shell-
shaped lid above a neck and shoulder molded with renaissance-style
motifs of strapwork and masks on a stippled ground, glass applied with
plain round prunts, ht. of decanter 10 1/4 in.
$400-600
721.
Boxed Set of Twelve Czechoslovakian .800 Silver Individual
Creamers, early 20th century, maker’s mark AP, Rococo Revival ovoid
bodies chased and embossed with C-scrolls, rocaille scroll handles, in
fitted oak case, ht. 2 in., approx. 18 troy oz. total.
$400-600
722.
Eastern European Silver Menorah, early 20th century, likely Poland,
four double-arm branches and two small single-arm branches, each
with capital-form nozzles with leafy borders, stepped base with wreaths
and gadrooning, splayed feet, ht. 28 1/4 in., approx. 65 troy oz.
$400-600
723.
.900 Silver Sack-shaped Sugar Bowl, Continental or South America,
early 20th century, marked AK, realistically modeled as a small sack tied
with a gold-washed wire-work rope at rim, gold-washed interior, dia. 5
in., approx. 11 troy oz.
$800-1,200
724.
French .950 Silver and Mirrored Glass Plateau, c. 1930, retailed by
J.E. Caldwell & Co., rectangular, with molded edges and re-entrant
corners, ball feet, 21 1/2 x 16 in.
$700-900
725.
Italian .800 Silver Serving Platter, second quarter 20th century, oval,
with ogee reeded rim, lg. 18 3/4 in., approx. 40 troy oz.
$600-800
726.
Italian .800 Silver Serving Platter, second quarter 20th century,
marked KEC, oval, with paneled edge, lg. 20 1/2 in., approx. 50 troy
oz.
$300-500
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727.
Three-piece Hans Hansen Sterling Coffee Set, Denmark, c. 1936,
comprising pear-shaped coffeepot, creamer, and ovoid covered sugar,
with overall hammered surface, flat lids with openwork scroll and bead
finial, pot ht. 7 3/8 in., approx. 44 troy oz.
$1,500-2,000
728.
Four Danish Sterling Flatware Servers, mid-20th century, three by
Frigast, a “Princess Fuchsia” serving fork and serving spoon, and a
“Dolphin” cheese slicer, and a Jens Anderson pie server, approx 8 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$250-300
729.
Frigast Sterling “Danish Crown” Cake Knife, Denmark, mid-20th
century, with stainless blade, full lg. 12 5/8 in.
$200-250
730.
Two Danish Sterling Flatware Servers, mid-20th century, a serving
fork with openwork terminal of stylized ivy leaf and berries, lg. 8 1/2,
and a Hans Hansen “Vendome” sauce ladle, lg. 6 1/2 in., approx. 5 troy
oz.
$400-600
731.
Seventeen Pairs of Michelsen Gold-washed Sterling and Enamel
Christmas Forks and Spoons, Denmark, some artist designed,
comprising the years 1968-77, with two pairs for the years 1968-74,
and single sets for the years 1975-77, together with a single Michelsen
spoon with designs by Paul Rene Gaugin, numbered 4, approx. 53 troy
oz. total.
$600-800
732.
French .950 Silver Miniature Boudoir Timepiece, L’Epee, of typical
form with swing handle, enameled face with textured surround, in a
black lacquer case, with original box. ht. of clock 2 in.
$300-500
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731 (partial)
733.
Italian .800 Silver and Enamel Compact and an Associated Silver
Lipstick Case, 20th century, compact with black speckled and
cobalt blue enamel on cover, borders and base with etched designs
of scrolling foliage, the lipstick case with ribbed design and faux opal
knop, lg. 3 and 2 1/4 in.
$150-250
734.
Continental Renaissance-style Sterling Collar Box, 20th century, of
serpentine oval form, decorated over all with panels of court, battle and
knight scenes on stippled grounds, borders with scrolling foliage and
seraphs, on scrolled feet, with velvet-lined interior, lg. 9 in.
$300-500
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744
743
735.
Greek Silver Lampada, 20th century, two-part, with ovoid base with
copper liner and pierced double gourd-form top with cruciform finial,
base rim engraved with Greek inscription and stamped with marks, with
associated white metal hanging chain, body lg. not including chain 9 in.,
approx. 9 troy oz.
$300-500
736.
Continental Sterling Oval Tureen and Underplate, late 20th century,
tureen with artichoke-form finial and leaves above a gadrooned mid
border, body and top engraved with flowering foliage, on foliate molded
paw feet, lg. of tureen, 13 1/4, underplate 17 in., approx. 116 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
Georg Jensen Silver
737.
Georg Jensen Sterling and Horn Tomato Server, 1909-14, with horn
bowl, the handle ending in shell-form terminal, lg. 8 3/4 in.
Note: For further example of this pattern, see illustration on top of p.
287 of Janet Drucker’s Georg Jensen, A Tradition of Splendid Silver,
Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 1997.
$150-250
738.
Three Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Servers, a pair of 1909-14
“Blossom” sugar tongs, and two post 1945, a “Blossom” paper knife,
and a no. 21 sauce spoon (lg. 6 1/2 in), approx. 4 troy oz.
$500-700
739.
Georg Jensen Sterling Serving Spoon, 1915-27, pattern no. 41, with
curled beaded handle, and stylized leaf-form bowl, lg. 8 in., approx. 3
troy oz.
$150-200
740.
Pair of Georg Jensen Sterling Pattern No. 159 Salad Servers,
1915-27, comprising fork and spoon, both with hollow handle ending in
stylized spherical leaf bud, lg. 8 3/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$400-600
741.
Georg Jensen Sterling Pattern No. 83 Serving Fork, 1915-30, the
three-tined fork with reticulated openwork handle with flowerhead
terminal accented with stylized stamen, lg. 9 5/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$300-500
742.
Georg Jensen Sterling Six-piece “Cosmos” Pattern Tea and Coffee
Service, 1915-32, pattern 45 designed by Johan Rohde, comprising
teapot, coffeepot, kettle on stand with burner, creamer, covered sugar,
open sugar, all with overall hammered surface and stylized linenfold
reeding to base of the ovoid bodies, the pots with reeded fruitwood
handles, kettle on stand ht. 13 1/4 in., approx. 116 troy oz. total.
Provenance: All engraved to underside with owner’s name, “Gordon
Mendelssohn,” the name of his yacht, “Quartermore,” and dated
1935. This service was part of a suite of Jensen tableware used on the
vessel. Mendelssohn was a wealthy notable in Detroit, Michigan, and
a patron of the arts. The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at the University
of Michigan was built through a donation Mendelssohn’s in honor of his
mother.
$8,000-12,000
743.
Georg Jensen Sterling Bowl, 1915-27, no. 773, flaring body with
hammered surface, on low openwork stem of leaves and flower buds,
ht. 4 1/4, dia. 7 1/8 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
Provenance: Engraved to underside with owner’s name, “Gordon
Mendelssohn,” the name of his yacht, “Quartermore,” with date
1936. This bowl was part of a suite of Jensen tableware used on the
vessel. Mendelssohn was a wealthy notable in Detroit, Michigan, and
a patron of the arts. The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at the University
of Michigan was built through a donation Mendelssohn’s in honor of his
mother.
$500-700
744.
Georg Jensen Sterling Fish Platter, 1915-32, no. 230, oval, the rim
applied with stylized flowering vine, lg. 23 1/4 in., approx. 54 troy oz.
Provenance: Engraved to underside with owner’s name, “Gordon
Mendelssohn,” and the name of his yacht, “Quartermore.” This
platter were part of a suite of Jensen tableware used on the vessel.
Mendelssohn was a wealthy notable in Detroit, Michigan, and a patron
of the arts. The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at the University of
Michigan was built through a donation Mendelssohn’s in honor of his
mother.
$1,800-2,200
745.
Georg Jensen Sterling Sauce Boat, 1915-27, no. 686, ovoid, with
short spout and curved and tapering ebony handle, ht. 5 3/8 in.,
approx. 11 troy oz.
Provenance: Engraved to underside with owner’s name, “Gordon
Mendelssohn,” and the name of his yacht, “Quartermore.” This
piece was part of a suite of Jensen tableware used on the vessel.
Mendelssohn was a wealthy notable in Detroit, Michigan, and a patron
of the arts. The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at the University of
Michigan was built through a donation Mendelssohn’s in honor of his
mother.
$300-500
746.
Set of Eighteen Georg Jensen Sterling Side Plates, 1915-32,
designed by Johan Rohde, no. 587B, with light overall hammered
surface, dia. 6 in., approx. 92 troy oz.
Provenance: All engraved to underside with owner’s name, “Gordon
Mendelssohn,” the name of his yacht, “Quartermore,” and six dated
1940, twelve dated 1936. These plates were part of a suite of Jensen
tableware used on the vessel. Mendelssohn was a wealthy notable in
Detroit, Michigan, and a patron of the arts. The Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre at the University of Michigan was built through a donation
Mendelssohn’s in honor of his mother.
$2,500-3,500
747.
Georg Jensen Sterling “Cactus/Kaktus” Serving Spoon, 1933-44,
lg. 8 7/8 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$200-300
748.
Four Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Servers, all with stainless
blades/bowls, a pair of 1933-44 “Continental/Antik” salad servers, a
“Pyramid/Pyramide” small cake server, and a “Cypress/Cypres” cheese
slicer, the latter two post-1945.
$250-350
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749.
Three Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Pieces, mid-20th century,
an “Acorn” pattern pastry fork and jelly spoon, and a 152 pattern jelly
spoon, approx. 3 troy oz.
$200-300
750.
Three Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Items, mid-20th century, a
pair of No. 57 salad servers with lightly hammered surface, molded with
beading and berrying leaves, lg. 8 5/8 in., and an “Acorn” nut spoon,
approx. 6 troy oz.
$450-550
751.
Georg Jensen “Acorn” Pattern Partial Flatware Service, second
half 20th century, comprising four dinner knives, four dinner forks, four
salad forks, four medium teaspoons, eight small teaspoons, five butter
spreaders, six soupspoons, two coffee spoons, one citrus spoon, sugar
tongs, two demitasse spoons, one iced tea spoon, two-piece carving
set, small paper knife, two small serving forks, and two small serving
spoons, approx. 40 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,200-1,500
752.
Set of Four Georg Jensen Sterling Individual Salt and Pepper
Shakers, no. 423B, with flaring paneled bodies, ht. 1 3/4 in., approx. 2
troy oz.
$250-350
753.
Twenty-two Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Items, 20th century,
comprising twelve “Cypress” items (nine demitasse spoons, two sugar
spoons, and a salad/dessert fork); three “Acadia” (youth fork and
knife, and a teaspoon); two “Bernadotte” (teaspoon and pickle fork);
three “Margrethe” salad forks; a “Rose” sauce ladle; and a “Parallel”
soupspoon; sold together with two Jensen USA sauce ladles with
beaded terminals, and a pair of Danish Jensen-style salt spoons, (26
items total), approx. 20 troy oz. total.
$700-900
754.
Seven Georg Jensen Sterling “Pyramid” Pattern Serving Pieces,
post-1945, comprising an hors d’oeuvres server (lg. 6), a master butter
knife (lg. 7 3/4), and a cheese knife (lg. 7 1/8), all with stainless blades,
a pickle fork (lg. 5 1/2), olive fork (lg. 6 7/8), lettuce/cold meat fork (lg.
7 7/8), and a sugar spoon (lg. 3 7/8 in.), approx. 5 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$400-600
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755.
Five Georg Jensen Sterling “Cactus” Pattern Flatware Pieces, four
post-1945, a 1915-30 bottle opener (lg. 4 3/4), and four post 1945
items: a bottle opener (lg. 6 1/2), a master butter knife (lg. 8), a sauce
ladle (lg. 7 1/2), and a demitasse spoon (lg. 3 7/8 in.), approx. 3 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$400-600
756.
Seven Georg Jensen Sterling Flatware Items, post-1945, three
“Acanthus” pattern (pair of teaspoons, and a small sauce ladle), two
“Rose” pattern (sugar shovel and a two-tined pickle fork), a small
“Rope” sauce ladle, and a pattern no. 41 sugar spoon, approx. 6 troy
oz.
$500-700
757.
Three Georg Jensen Sterling “Pyramid” Pattern Ladles, post-1945,
all with double-spouted oval bowls, two with angled spouts and silver
bowls, (lg. 7 and 5 5/8), the third with straight handle and stainless
bowl, (lg. 7 3/4 in.), approx. 4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$250-350
758.
Four Georg Jensen Flatware Items, a “Beaded” sugar shovel,
“Blossom” sauce ladle, and two “Continental” items: a teaspoon, and a
two-tined serving fork (lg. 7 5/8 in.), approx. 6 troy oz.
$500-700
Russian Silver
759.
Russian Granulated Silver Lampada, Moscow, c. 1792, two-part
spherical form with pierced lid with pear-shaped finial on tapered
square-section stem, the base with stepped rim and three bell feet,
with wirework and beading throughout, hung with oval link chains with
openwork spherical pendants, body lg. approx. 7 in., approx. 12 troy
oz.
$500-700
760.
Russian Gold-washed Silver Filigree Hanging Lamp, c. 1844,
tapered ovoid, with fine wirework scroll filigree accented with
granulation and mounted with six faceted colorless stones or pastes, lg.
approx. 3 5/8 in., hung on associated oval and circular link three-part
chain, approx. 6 troy oz.
$400-600
761.
Set of Six Russian Gold-washed Silver Teaspoons, Moscow, 1866,
maker possibly I. Druzhinin, with engraved strapwork and monogram.
Provenance: Eliot Family of Massachusetts.
$50-100
762.
Two Silver Icon Lamps, late 19th century, a small Russian reticulated
example, Moscow, 1884, maker likely Aleksandr Afanasbev, ovoid,
with three pierced ear handles, and finial base, body lg. 4 1/4; and
an unmarked lamp with pendant oval finial and applied leaf handles,
hung with a navette link chain bearing an indistinct hallmark, possibly
Russian, body lg. 8 1/4 in., approx. 12 troy oz.
$400-600
763.
Nine Russian Silver Articles, 19th century, a cloisonné enamel
cigarette case, lg. 4, five small assorted kiddush cups, an 1837 beaker,
ht. 2 1/2 in., a cloisonné enamel teaspoon, and a small open salt cellar,
approx. 13 troy oz. total.
$400-600
764.
Russian Silver and Enamel Coin Case, 1908-17, rectangular, with
multicolored foliate scroll enameling, blue cabochon stone latch, interior
moiré lined, wd. 3 3/4 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$200-250
765.
Monumental Russian .875 Silver Replica Kovsh, 20th century,
bearing spurious Ovchinnikov marks, boat-shaped with pointed end
mounted with a double-headed eagle, with cartouche-shaped handle,
the double-walled body chased and embossed to exterior with
strapwork of foliates and birds, upper rim with Cyrillic inscription and
beading, interior gold-washed, underside of foot engraved with replica
names, lg. 16, ht. 9 in., approx. 82 troy oz.
$800-1,200
Asian & Middle Eastern Silver
766.
Three-piece Chinese Export Silver Tête-à-tête Tea Set, Canton, c.
1860, Hoaching, maker, pear-shaped teapot, creamer, and sugar, with
overall chasing and embossing of bamboo leaves, teapot ht. 5 1/2 in.,
approx. 19 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
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767.
Chinese Export Parcel Gilt Silver, Filigree, and Cloisonné Enamel
Fan in Lacquer Case, late 19th century, the outer sticks gold-washed
and chased and embossed with figures and with cloisonné monogram,
the inner sticks with fine silver filigree of stylized wheels and with
cloisonné reserves of buildings in a landscape, with bright blue and teal
enameling, strung with red ribbon, lg. 7 3/4, approx. 5 troy oz., in a
fitted rectangular lacquered box bearing Cutshing label, exterior painted
in gold with figures and central monogram, lg. 10 1/2 in.
$700-900
768.
Five Small Chinese Export Silver Mugs, late 19th/early 20th century,
a Luen Wo with applied chrysanthemum decoration, ht. 3; and four
with chased and embossed decoration, three by Cumshing (a dragon
decorated, ht. 3 1/2, a bamboo decorated, ht. 2 5/8, and a figure
decorated, ht. 2 5/8), and a double-walled Hung Chong decorated with
figures, ht. 3 3/8 in., the latter with dragon-form handle, the other four
with bamboo-form handles, approx. 18 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
769.
Chinese Export Silver Cup and Cover, marked A. Lock, late 19th/
early 20th century, campagna urn-form, with foliate rim and loop
handles, engraved at neck with acanthus scrolls and small monogram,
bulbous portion of body chased and embossed with figures at various
pursuits, on ovoid stem and round silver foot, the lid with dragon head
finial, full ht. 11 3/8 in., approx. 42 troy oz.
$1,200-1,800
770.
Six Chinese Export Silver Tea Ware Items, late 19th/early 20th
century, comprising a matching balustroid creamer and open sugar
marked Y.C. Levy, and a similar teapot, all chased and embossed with
flowers and C-scrolls, teapot ht. 7 5/8, a matching ovoid creamer and
tête-à-tête teapot with decoration of figures at various pursuits, pot ht.
5 7/8, and a small pear-shaped creamer, ht. 3 1/2 in., approx. 81 troy
oz.
$800-1,200
771.
Chinese Export Silver Serving Tray, late 19th/early 20th century, with
Chinese characters marks, rectangular with rounded corner and molded
inner rim, the edge chased, embossed and reticulated with dragons,
with dragon engraving to center, two C-shaped handle decorated with
stylized bat, on four acanthus feet, lg. to handles 18 1/4, wd. 11 3/8 in.,
approx. 34 troy oz.
$600-800
769
774
766
772.
Nine Chinese Export Silver Tea Wares, late 19th/early 20th century,
with Chinese characters marks, all with dense repoussé decoration
of figures, birds, or foliage, a square section teapot with sloping sides
and angular handle, ht. 4 1/4, three pairs of creamer and sugar sets,
hexagonal with sloped sides, the sugars with six dragon-form legs, the
creamers with dragon-form handles, ht. 2 7/8, and 3 1/4 respectively,
with a near pair of matching hexagonal teapots with dragon-form
handles, ht. 6 5/8 in., approx. 98 troy oz. total.
$800-1,200
773.
Set of Twelve Chinese Silver Sauce Dishes, late 19th/early 20th
century, marked LK, round, engraved with wide band of writhing
dragons to interior, on low foot, dia. 5 1/8 in., approx. 38 troy oz. total.
$200-400
774.
Four-piece Chinese Export Silver Tea Set, late 19th/early 20th
century, teapot, creamer, and open sugar with rounded square section
bodies with hammered surface, applied with Chinese lettering, together
with a pair of sugar tongs, teapot ht. 4 5/8 in., approx. 18 troy oz. total.
$600-800
775.
Pair of Miniature Chinese Export Silver Vases, Shanghai, late 19th/
early 20th century, Luen Wo, maker, trumpet-form, pierced with overall
pattern of bamboo and birds, with small grotesque mask pendant loop
handles, ht. 4 1/2 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$200-300
776.
Chinese Export Silver Figural Condiment Set, early 20th century,
Zee Wo, maker, the rectangular base mounted on small wheels, and
set with the figure of a man behind frames containing basket-form salt
cellar, and mustard pot, and a persimmon-form pepper shaker, ht. 4
in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$200-300
777.
Four Chinese Export Silver Tableware Items, early 20th century,
a pear-shaped creamer chased and embossed with birds amidst
bamboo, ht. 3 7/8, and a small three piece Wang Hing condiment set,
with whimsical basket-form lidded mustard pot with glass liner, an open
salt, and a pepper shaker, pot ht. 2 1/4, approx. 10 troy oz. total.
$300-500
778.
Turkish Silver and Niello Snuff Box, second half 19th century,
rectangular with rounded corners, the hinged lid decorated with
the Ottoman crest, the base with a cartouche of roses, with overall
checkered ground, wd. 4 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$200-250
779.
Pair of Turkish Parcel-gilt Silver Cups with Russian Porcelain
Liners, early 20th century, the footed cups with reticulation at rim,
engraved with flower stems, on domed foot, ht. 1 7/8, with Russian
liners with pink and gold linework at rim, dia. 2 1/4 in., in fitted box,
approx. 1 troy oz.
$200-250
780.
Pair of Egyptian .900 Silver Covered Bowls, first half 20th century,
each with turned finial and inverted plate-form cover, raised handles
and plain sides engraved with two crowned initials. wd. over handles 6
3/8 in., approx. 35 troy oz.
$300-500
781.
Art Nouveau-style Silver Bud Vase, likely the Middle East or India,
20th century, slender neck with leaf rim, ovoid body mounted with
scrolled leaf cutcard-work panels accented with dark brown cabochon
stones or pastes, with overall textured surface, ht. 6 3/4 in., approx. 7
troy oz.
$400-600
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782A
782.
Silver Filigree Menorah, Israel, with thistle-shaped sconces raised
on shaped arms with wirework filigree scrolls, accented with filigree
spherules, on tapered hexagonal stem, and hexagonal base, raised on
spherical feet, ht. 16 1/8, wd. 13 5/8 in., approx. 42 troy oz.
$700-900
782A.
Modernist .935 Silver Menorah, Israel, mid to late 20th century,
attributed to Gumbel, with slender U-shaped candle arms with conical
sconces, on spade-shaped base pierced with scriptural quote in
stylized Hebrew lettering, ht. 13 1/2 in., approx. 15 troy oz.
$700-900
783.
Two Middle Eastern Articles, 20th century, a round silver compact
with lid enameled with view of a mosque, interior of lid with mirror, dia.
3 3/8, and an 18th century-style pocket watch made for the Turkish
market, dia. 1 7/8 in.
$200-300
784.
Three Turkish Silver Lidded Bowls, all ovoid, with raised hinged lids
ending in a melon-form finial topped by a figure of a bird, with overall
floral chasing and embossing, and pendant handles, one ht. 9 1/4, wd.
10 1/2, and two wd. approx. 6 1/2 in., approx. 78 troy oz.
$400-600
Mexican Silver & Plate
785.
Mexican Silver Plate, 1733-1778, Diego Gonzales de la Cueva, Chief
Assayer, maker’s mark partially obscured, with reeded double-ogee rim,
monogrammed to underside of rim, dia. 9 in., approx. 15 troy oz.
$300-500
786.
Mexican Sterling Five-light Candelabra, 20th century, Conquistador,
with inverted bell-shaped nozzles and scrolled arms, tapered stem and
pan-shaped foot molded with scrolling leaftips, ht. 16 3/4, approx. 56
troy oz.
$500-700
787.
Two Mexican Gold-washed Sterling Models of Roses, mid-20th
century, Janna Thomas, maker, one for Tiffany & Co., depicting a single
rose in a slender weighted vase, ht. 10 1/8, and a small wild rose stem
in a woven pot, accented with pyrite stones, ht. 4 1/4 in., sold together
with another metal flower model set atop a rock, (3 items total).
$200-300
788.
Mexican Sterling Coffeepot, mid-20th century, Spratling, maker,
cylindrical with bulbous base, the domed lid with spherical finial, with
spout set at right angle to the fruitwood handle, ht. 9 in., approx. 25
troy oz.
$250-350
789.
Mexican Sterling Three-piece Tea Set, mid-20th century, stamped
J. Torres, comprising teapot, covered sugar, and creamer, with turned
finials, baluster bodies and foliate molded and shaped feet, ht. of teapot
8 in., approx. 41 troy oz.
$600-800
790.
South American .800 Silver Flatware Service for Six, mid-20th
century, each piece cast in high relief with flowers, leaves and beading,
comprising six each: dinner forks, dinner knife handles only, luncheon
forks, luncheon knife handles only, fish forks, coffee spoons, demitasse
spoons, place spoons, tablespoons, butter spreaders, fish knives, and
iced tea spoons; two ladles, a two-piece fish set, and a serving spoon
and fork, approx. 160 troy oz. weighable silver.
$600-800
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794
801
American Silver & Plate
791.
Colonial Coin Silver Porringer, Newport, c. 1740, Jonathan Clarke,
maker, of typical form, with single openwork handle, monogrammed
GMW, base engraved Mary Wanton, lg. 7 1/2 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
Provenance: Gideon Wanton (1693-1767), was Governor of Rhode
Island 1745-47 and 1747-48. He married Mary Codman (widow of
Christopher Codman), c. 1718. Mary Wanton was the daughter of
Gideon Wanton.
$800-1,200
792.
Colonial Coin Silver Porringer, Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1760,
Thomas Coverly, maker, round with swelling sides, with pierced handle,
monogrammed, lg. to handle 8 1/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$800-1,200
793.
Federal Coin Silver Porringer, unmarked, late 18th/early 19th century,
of typical form, with reticulated handle with bright-cut monogram, lg. 7
7/8 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$200-400
794.
Pair of Federal Coin Silver Waiters, Philadelphia, c. 1805, James
Howell, maker, round, rim applied with scrolls and shells, raised on
three claw-and-ball feet, engraved to center with monogram within
laurel wreath, dia. 8 7/8 in., approx. 21 troy oz.
$1,200-1,500
795.
Cased Coin Silver Cracker Scoop, unmarked, second quarter 19th
century, “Olive”-variant stem, with curved bowl, lg. 9 in., in fitted
leathered case, approx. 2 troy oz.
$150-200
796.
Three American Coin Silver Stag Head Open Salts, second quarter
19th century, boat-shaped, mounted at ends with a stag head, on oval
foot, a pair with floral chased rims, unmarked, monogrammed, lg. 5
1/8, and a single example with gadrooned rims and indistinct maker’s
mark, not monogrammed, lg. 4 7/8 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$150-200
797.
Five-piece Coin Silver Tea and Coffee Service, New York, J.J.
Monell and C.M. Williams, makers, c. 1825, large ovoid bodies chased
with lobes to lower section, with millegrained horizontal bands of
reeding and running vines, spouts with beast heads, the lids chased
and embossed with acanthus, and with basket-form finials, comprising
coffeepot, ht. 11 3/4, creamer, covered sugar, waste bowl, and teapot,
ht. 10 1/4 in., monogrammed, approx. 129 troy oz.
$3,000-5,000
798.
Empire Coin Silver Covered Sugar Bowl and Similar Cream Jug,
c. 1835, both ovoid, with beaded rims, leaf-topped scroll handles,
on round, stepped bases, monogrammed, the creamer Philadelphia,
Robert and William Wilson, makers, ht. 6 5/8, the sugar New York, T.E.
Stebbins & Co., makers, ht. 7 3/4 in., approx. 36 troy oz.
$400-600
799.
American Empire Coin Silver Six-piece Tea and Coffee Service,
Philadelphia, c. 1835, Robert and William Wilson, makers, paneled and
flaring cylindrical bodies with foliate chased and embossed neck band,
with acanthus-topped ear handles, domed lids with bird-form finials, on
acanthus feet, comprising hot water pot (ht. 11 1/4 in.), pair of pots,
covered sugar, covered creamer, and waste bowl, each with small
monogram to underside, approx. 212 troy oz. total.
$3,000-5,000
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800.
Group of Taylor & Lawrie Coin Silver Flatware, Philadelphia, c.
1840, retailed by Bailey & Co., “Olive”-variant pattern, with bright-cut
monogram H, comprising twelve dinner forks (lg. 8), eight luncheon
forks (lg. 7), eleven tablespoons (lg. 7 1/8), eleven teaspoons (lg. 6 1/8),
and twelve large place spoons (lg. 8 5/8 in.), approx. 93 troy oz.
$1,200-1,500
801.
Woodward & Grosjean Coin Silver Cann, Boston, c. 1848, pear-
shaped, with scrolled handle, on low, domed foot, engraved with
presentation inscription dated 1848, ht. 6 1/2 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
$800-1,200
802.
Haddock, Lincoln & Foss Coin Silver Footed Sugar Bowl, Boston, c.
1850, with beaded rims, on trumpet foot, monogrammed, ht. 4 7/8 in.,
approx. 12 troy oz.
$150-250
803.
Gorham Coin Silver Medallion Mug, mid-19th century, tapered
cylindrical mug with angular handle, mounted with two profile
medallions within engraved bellflower surrounds, monogrammed and
dated 1866, ht. 3 1/2 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$150-200
804.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Water Pitcher, 1854-55, with short spout,
anthemia-decorated loop handle, neck and body engraved with further
anthemia and acanthus lappets, with applied guilloche waist band, on
trumpet foot with guilloche rim, monogrammed, ht. 13 3/4 in., approx.
45 troy oz.
$2,500-3,500
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804
805.
Pair of Tiffany & Co. Sterling Convertible Covered Entree Dishes,
1854-70, oval, with guilloche rims, lid with inner beaded rim, removable
ovoid handles, monogrammed, lg. 11 in., approx. 74 troy oz.
$2,000-4,000
806.
Group of American Silver Flatware Items, mid-19th century, twelve
solid flat luncheon knives, marked for Jaccard Co., St. Louis, engraved
“Eliot” and dated 1859; eleven Bigelow, Kennard & Co. shell luncheon
forks, monogrammed and dated 1915; and six Shiebler fruit knives,
the silver blades engraved with name and dated 1904; sold with five
American and seven Austro-Hungarian spoons, approx. 50 troy oz. total
weighable silver.
Provenance: Eliot Family of Massachusetts.
$200-250
807.
Three Silver Child’s Mugs, a Gorham coin example, engraved with
monograms and date 1861, ht. 4 3/8; a Gorham sterling, with foliate
bands, engraved with name and date 1892, ht. 2 5/8; and a Rogers,
Lunt & Bowlen, early 20th century, ht. 3 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
Provenance: Eliot Family of Massachusetts.
$100-150
808.
Eight-piece Bigelow, Kennard & Co. Sterling Tea and Coffee
Service, Boston, mid-19th century, oval with finely reeded rims, bodies
engraved with roundels flanked by scrolling leaves and topped by
ribbons, the angular handles engraved with wheat stems and ribbons,
lids with urn finials, comprising kettle on stand with burner (ht. 13 1/2),
two teapots, a coffeepot (ht. 9 1/4 in.), covered sugar, open sugar/
spoon urn, creamer, and waste bowl, monogrammed to one side,
approx. 177 troy oz. total.
$5,000-7,000
809.
Wood & Hughes Coin Silver Butter Dish, mid-19th century, the
domed lid with finial formed as a mask of a goddess, framed in
beading, lid chased and embossed with band of husks and acanthus
cartouches, the ovoid body with small openwork angular handles
ending in further goddess masks, gold-washed strainer to interior, on
spreading foot, monogrammed, ht. 6 1/4 in., approx. 17 troy oz.
$300-500
810.
Shreve, Stanwood & Co. Sterling Partial Flatware Service, c. 1865-
69, each piece with back-tipt handle and engraved with designs of
meandering vines, comprising twelve dinner forks, ten luncheon forks,
fifteen teaspoons, and five tablespoons, monogrammed, approx. 72
troy oz.
$300-500
811.
Ten American Sterling Tablespoons, c. 1865, each with back-tipt
handle and with engraved shield-shaped cartouche and sawtooth
border, lg. 9 1/8 in., approx. 16 troy oz.
$300-500
812.
Boxed Pair of Gorham Sterling Floral-stemmed Salad Servers,
mid-19th century, retailed by Tiffany & Co., with lightly gold-washed
bowl/tines with applied ivy leaves at shoulders, with reeded stem and
terminal formed as a highly realistic Morning Glory, lg. 10 5/8 and 11
1/4 in., in fitted cloth Tiffany case, approx. 5 troy oz.
$600-800
813.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Sugar Bowl, mid-19th century, round with
rolled rim, applied beaded waist band, engraved with husk swags and
monogrammed shield, with ropetwist swing handle, on stepped trumpet
foot, ht. without handle 4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$400-600
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814.
John R. Wendt Sterling “King’s” Pattern Punch Ladle, mid-19th
century, monogrammed, with gold-washed spouted bowl, lg. 13 5/8 in.,
approx. 6 troy oz.
$250-350
815.
Set of Twelve Ball, Black & Co. Sterling Ice Cream Spoons, mid-
19th century, the slender paneled stems with egg-shaped terminals
topped by figures of songbirds, with teardrop-shaped gold-washed
bowls, monogrammed, lg. 5 1/8 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$300-500
816.
Two Coin Silver Mugs, Boston, mid-19th century, one cylindrical,
Jones, Lows & Ball, with loop handle and bright-cut monogram, ht.
3 5/8, the other footed, J. Low & Co., with later inscription, ht. 4 in.,
approx. 10 troy oz.
$200-300
817.
Two Coin Silver Mugs, mid-19th century, one by Shreve, Brown &
Co., Boston, cylindrical, with flaring base, beaded rims, ear handle,
engraved with laurel wreath enclosing presentation inscription dated
1860, ht. 4, and a Peter L. Krider, Philadelphia, cylindrical, with overall
engine-turned ground, leaf-topped angular handle, engraved with name,
ht. 4 1/8 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$300-400
818.
Coin Silver Ladle, mid-19th century, retailed by Zadek & Caldwell,
Mobile, Alabama, lacking maker’s mark, with shell-form bowl, and
threaded handle, with bright-cut monogram, lg. 10 in., approx. 4 troy
oz.
$300-500
819.
Two Small Gorham Silver Bud Vases, c. 1868, a slender trumpet
shaped example with scrolled loop handles, ht. 5, and a slender ovoid
with stylized duck-head handles and flaring footrim, monogrammed, ht.
3 1/2 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$400-600
820.
Gorham Sterling Medallion Butter Dish, 1869, round, the domed lid
with quadripartite ram’s head finial, engraved with anthemia band, and
with Vitruvian scroll rim, the base with two profile medallions of classical
warriors on engraved leaftip and scroll band, with loop handles centered
by Egyptian masks, interior with removable drainer, on short feet, ht. 6
1/4 in., approx. 19 troy oz.
$600-800
821.
Boxed Coin Silver Berry Serving Spoon, mid-19th century, with
Onslow-type stem with graduated band of beading down center, the
shaped, gold-washed bowl embossed with spherules and accented
with quatrefoil engraving, monogrammed, lg. 10 in., in fitted Haddock,
Lincoln & Foss leathered case, approx. 3 troy oz.
$250-300
822.
Gorham Sterling Aesthetic Movement Jam Pot, 1869, barrel-form,
with slightly domed lid, and loop handle topped by a small figure of a
butterfly, monogrammed, ht. 3 7/8 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$400-600
823.
Thirteen-piece Tiffany & Co. Gold-washed Sterling Aesthetic
Movement Dessert Flatware Set, 1869-75, with block-form stamped
handle engraved with geometric bands and monogrammed with a
Gothic “H,” comprising twelve ice cream spoons (lg. 6), and a sugar
sifter (lg. 6 1/4 in.), approx. 13 troy oz.
$600-800
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831
820
873
893
891
812
823
928
989
836
817
895
824.
Gorham Silver Plate Egyptian Revival Centerpiece Bowl, c. 1869,
the boat-shaped bowl with curved ends ending in anthemion, raised on
square section and balustroid stem and two chimera-form supports, on
oval base, monogrammed, ht. 9, lg. to ends 13 1/4 in.
$600-800
825.
Boxed Set of Gorham Sterling Cocktail Forks, third quarter 19th
century, set of eleven, handles with horizontal reeding, ending in a
stamped satyr mask, lg. 5 7/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$300-500
826.
Pair of Black, Starr, and Frost Sterling Sauce Boats and
Underplates, 1874-1908, each with scrolled handle, serpentine
gadrooned edge molded with shells, faceted body and paw feet,
serpentine underplate with similar borders, monogrammed, approx. 52
troy oz.
$800-1,200
827.
Whiting Sterling and Parcel-gilt Aesthetic Movement Creamer and
Sugar, third quarter 19th century, flaring ovoid with elongated necks,
with twig loop handles accented with ivy leaves, engraved with ivy leaf
roundels on stippled ground, monogrammed, ht. 4 1/4 in., approx. 12
troy oz.
$400-600
828.
Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Center Bowl, second half 19th
century, the teardrop-shaped bowl ending in a half figure of an elk or
reindeer at one end, small scroll at other end, on oval foot engraved
with name, ht. 5 1/4, lg. 13 1/2 in., approx. 17 troy oz.
$800-1,200
829.
Gorham Sterling “Ivy” Pattern Serving Spoon, c. 1870s, oval bowl
with pierced shoulders, monogrammed, lg. 10 in., approx. 2 troy oz.
$250-350
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828
830.
American Victorian Sterling Flatware Service, third quarter 19th
century, retailed by William Moir, comprising twelve dinner forks,
twelve dessert forks, twelve soupspoons, eleven dessert knives, twelve
teaspoons, six tablespoons, sauce ladle, master butter spreader, pie
slice, serving spoon with gilt-washed bowl, monogrammed, approx. 99
troy oz.
$1,500-2,000
831.
American Aesthetic Movement Sterling Jam Pot, third quarter 19th
century, realistically modeled as a wooden bucket, with set in lid and
swing handle, ht. without handle 4 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$500-700
832.
American Sterling Aesthetic Movement Bud Vase, third quarter 19th
century, the slender trumpet-form body on small spreading foot, applied
at base of stem with lily of the valley stems, ht. 5 7/8 in., approx. 2 troy
oz.
$200-300
833.
Gorham Sterling “Persian” Pattern Cased Ice Cream Set, c. 1870,
comprising a large serving spoon and twelve spoons, all with gilt-
washed bowls, monogrammed, approx. 11 troy oz.
$600-800
834.
Two Gorham Silver Mugs, c. 1870s, both cylindrical with beaded rims,
one with millegrained ground and central cartouche with later engraving,
ht. 3, the other dated marked 1871, with cartouche with period
engraving, ht. 3 1/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$200-400
835.
Gorham Sterling Creamer and Sugar, 1874-76, squat ovoid, with
reeded rims and loop handles, monogrammed, ht. 3 1/8 and 2 3/8 in.,
approx. 14 troy oz.
$400-600
836.
Whiting Sterling Mug, c. 1876, slightly tapered cylindrical form with
reeded upper rim, and flaring base rim die-rolled with acanthus and
patera scrolls, ear handle, with presentation inscription dated 1876, ht.
3 3/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$150-200
837.
Gorham Aesthetic Movement Sterling Fruit Basket, 1874, oval, with
upright wirework handle applied with grape leaves, the body engraved
with further grape leaves, gold-washed to interior, on oval foot, ht. 9, lg.
11 3/8 in., approx. 21 troy oz.
$300-500
838.
Three American Victorian Sterling Flatware Servers, third quarter
19th century, lacking maker’s mark, comprising a pair of lightly gold-
washed salad servers, etched with delicate grass stems on textured
ground, lg. 10 3/4, and a serving fork with oval handle engraved with
geometric borders, lg. 11 3/4 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$400-600
839.
Two Bigelow, Bros. & Kennard Silver Mugs, third quarter 19th
century, one barrel-shaped, with angular handle topped by two beads,
engraved inscription dated 1872, ht. 4, the other tapered cylindrical
form with angular handle, beaded rim, and inscription dated 1862, ht. 3
1/4 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$250-300
840.
Set of Twelve Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Demitasse
Spoons, mid to late 19th century, with rusticated “Homeric”-type stem
embossed with the figure of a classical maiden, with gold-washed bowl
acid-etched with a small leaf, monogrammed, lg. 4 in., approx. 3 troy
oz.
$200-300
841.
Three American Silver Flatware Servers, mid to late 19th century,
comprising an S. Kirk & Son fish fork and a Chas. Bein fish slice, both
engraved with acanthus scrolls, monogrammed; and a Greenleaf &
Crosby Co. cheese knife with alligator handle, approx. 7 troy oz.
$300-500
842.
Group of American Coin Silver Flatware, mid to late 19th century,
comprising five dinner forks, five luncheon forks, four tablespoons, and
a sugar sifter by O.C. Forsyth, each piece with cabochon and rocaille
molded handle, monogrammed; and twelve teaspoons by James
Lemon, monogrammed, approx. 36 troy oz.
$300-500
843.
Four Gold-washed Sterling Flatware Servers, mid to late 19th
century, a George B. Sharp cream ladle with beaded stem, spherical
terminal, the bowl applied with a Renaissance Revival grotesque, lg.
7 3/4, a Gorham “Versailles” small beef fork, lg. 6 3/4, and a pair of
French .950 hors d’oeuvres servers, fork lg. 6 3/8, shovel lg. 6 1/2 in.,
approx. 3 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
844.
Gorham Sterling Claret Spoon, 1875, with long stem twisted at
center, the handle cast with a grape leaf and cluster, small gold-washed
bowl, lg. 15 1/2 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$250-300
845.
Seventeen Silver and Silver Plate Bottle Tickets, nine silver: two
English, an 1823 “Gin,” and an 1856 “W”-form; a Continental .800 leaf-
form “Whiskey”; six American: a “Brandy” with thistles, a J.F. Fradley &
Co. oval pair, and three matching Fradley ovals; and eight silver plate of
various forms and labels, approx. 4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$150-250
846.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Boat-shaped Condiment Dish, 1875-1891, in
the form of a crescent-shaped leaf, on foliate molded ball feet, lg. 7 1/4
in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$150-200
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847.
Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Ewer, 1875-91, decoration attributed
to Eugene J. Soligny, the spout with rocaille C-scroll and flowerhead
rim, elongated neck with high loop handle with high relief decoration
of leaves, berries, and vine tendrils, the base of handle with boldly
modeled high relief mask of a female bacchante with wreath of ivy
vines, and necklace of bells, the ovoid body with reed and acanthus
neck band, on stepped trumpet foot, ht. 20 3/8 in., approx. 68 troy oz.,
with original Tiffany fitted oak case with top lifting handle.
Note: This ewer, with its highly detailed, sculptural bacchic mask
decoration, bears a striking resemblance to punch bowls from the
three garnitures commissioned by the U.S. government c. 1873 for
presentation to the three arbitrators of the Alabama reparations claim
case. The design of these suites has been attributed to one of Tiffany’s
most celebrated designers and chasers, Eugene J. Soligny (1832-
1901). Soligny was also involved in the design of some of Tiffany &
Co.’s most renowned showpieces, including the Comanche Trophy of
1873, and the Bryant Vase of 1875/76. A bowl unmistakably similar to
this ewer was featured in Skinner’s Fine Silver sale of April 10, 2010.
$8,000-12,000
847
848.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Salver, 1875-91, the edge molded with stylized
waves, monogrammed to center, dia. 13 1/2 in., approx. 38 troy oz.
$500-700
849.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Bowl, 1875-91, ovoid, with applied die-rolled
flower and roundel waist band, ht. 5 1/8 in., approx. 11 troy oz., with an
associated silver plate lid with foliate handle.
$300-500
850.
Tiffany & Co. Footed Sterling Bowl, 1875-91, with reeded sides,
monogrammed to center, on low, flaring foot with lap-over rim, dia. 6
1/2 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$250-350
851.
Small Gorham Aesthetic Movement Gold-washed Sterling Bowl,
1878, gold-washed to interior, and engraved with a geometric band
and a stylized flower stem, on low flaring foot cast with patera roundels,
monogrammed to side, dia. 5 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$200-300
852.
Two Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces, late 19th century, a Tiffany &
Co. 1878-91 “Olympian” sugar sifting spoon, lg. 6 3/8, and a Gorham
“Versailles” serving spoon, lg. 8 5/8 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$150-200
853.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle Sterling Georgian-style Muffineer, 1878-94,
baluster-form, on domed foot, monogrammed, ht. 8 1/8 in., approx. 9
troy oz.
$100-200
854.
Partial Whiting Sterling “Japanese” Pattern Flatware Service, c.
1880, marked only for the retailer William Moir, comprising twelve
luncheon forks (lg. 6 7/8), eleven teaspoons (lg. 5 7/8), eleven coffee
spoons (lg. 4 7/8), and five place spoons (lg. 8 5/8 in.), monogrammed,
approx. 43 troy oz.
$1,500-2,500
855.
Shiebler Sterling Punch Ladle, c. 1880, pointed handle with designs
of flowers on a stippled ground, gold-washed bowl with serpentine
edges with lobed decoration and scrolling designs with foliage,
monogrammed, lg. 13 3/4 in., approx, 8 troy oz.
$300-500
856.
Davis & Galt Coin-mounted Sterling Serving Spoon, late 19th
century, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., the stem with pattern of
foliate boteh on scroll ground, with round, gold-washed bowl set to
center with a one dollar coin dated 1889, lg. 9 3/8 in., approx. 4 troy
oz.
$250-300
857.
Gorham Aesthetic Movement Mixed-metal, Brass, and Sterling-
mounted Kettle on Stand, c. 1880, with turned wood handle above
a cover with acorn finial and flowerhead, hammered body decorated in
the Japonisme style with butterflies, flowers, and birds, on a base with
acanthus molded legs on claw-and-ball feet enclosing burner, ht. 10
1/2 in.
$600-800
858.
Set of Twelve George W. Shiebler Sterling Iced Tea Spoons, late
19th century, all with stylized scroll or shell stems and gold-washed
bowls, lg. 6 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$200-300
859.
Pair of Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Wave Edge” Flatware Servers, 1884-
91, comprising a spoon with shell-shaped bowl, lg. 9, and a cold meat
fork, lg. 8 7/8 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$600-800
860.
Shreve, Crump & Low Sterling Fruit Bowl, late 19th century, with
vertical fluting to sides, the rim stamped with rocaille C-scrolls and
flowerheads, dia. 11 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$200-300
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861.
Boxed Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Wave Edge” Thirteen-piece Ice
Cream Set, 1884-91, comprising twelve ice cream eating spoons, lg. 5
3/4, and an ice cream slice, lg. 12 3/8 in., approx. 18 troy oz., in fitted
Tiffany case.
$700-900
862.
Pair of Gorham Salad Servers, late 19th century, fork and spoon,
with gold-washed sterling bowl/tines, and unmarked handles cast with
pinecones and pine needles, monogrammed to tip of terminal, full lg.
11 1/4 in.
$150-250
863.
Partial Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Wave Edge” Flatware Service, 1884-
91, comprising twelve teaspoons (lg. 6), six dinner forks (lg. 7 1/8), six
place spoons (lg. 8 1/2), six dinner knives (lg. 9 3/8), four fish forks (lg.
6 1/2), and five tablespoons (lg. 7 1/8 in.), monograms, approx. 45 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$1,200-1,800
864.
Small Tiffany & Co. Sterling Flask, late 19th century, oval, chased
and embossed to front with a pair of butterflies amidst flower-filled
cornucopias and floral swags, the reverse with two further butterflies
and engraved monogram, lg. 4 3/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$200-300
865.
Whiting Aesthetic Movement Sterling Mug and an American Coin
Silver Beaker, the first c. 1885, with acid-etched foliate designs in the
Japanese manner and with a curved handle; the other c. 1810, with
thread-molded lip and foot, both monogrammed, ht. 3 and 3 3/8 in.,
respectively, approx. 8 troy oz.
$300-500
866.
Three Small Sterling Scent Vials, late 19th century, two Gorham,
a curved ovoid form with lilies of the valley, lg. 3 3/8, and a miniature
reeded ovoid form for use on a chatelaine, lg. 1 1/4, the third with
rubbed mark, ovoid, with raised stylized flower and bud dotwork, lg. 4
1/8 in., approx. 2 troy oz.
$250-350
867.
Four Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Lap Over Edge” Flatware Pieces, each
with applied decoration of leaves and a squirrel, including a youth knife
and fork and two teaspoons, sold with a Whiting sterling fish slice with
twist-turned handle, all monogrammed, (5 items total), approx. 7 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
868.
American Sterling Fish Set, c. 1885, each handle with designs of
rocaille and foliage on a stippled ground, lg. 10 3/4 in., approx. 9 troy
oz.
$100-150
869.
Gorham Sterling Gilt and Enameled “Medici-Old” Pattern Five-
piece Carving Set, late 19th century, each with two knives, two forks
and a steel, each enameled in cobalt blue and amber, knives lg. 14 1/4
and 12 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
870.
Gorham Sterling “Fontainebleau” Pattern Punch Ladle, c. 1885,
with a court gentleman to handle, bowl with traces of gilt wash and
bright-cut engraving of leafy sprigs and an angular border, lg. 12 5/8 in.,
approx. 7 troy oz.
$300-500
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866
871.
Howard & Co. Sterling Hot Water Kettle on Stand, late 19th century,
with mushroom finial above a lobed cover and body molded with
scrolling leaf tips and with pierced foot, stand with molded legs on paw
feet, monogrammed, ht. to finial 8 1/4 in., approx. 41 troy oz.
$800-1,200
872.
Gorham Sterling Five-piece Tea Service, 1885-87, comprising
teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and hot water kettle
on stand, with ring form finials, each with lobed body, gadrooned edge
on foliate and C-scroll carved feet, ht. of kettle 10 1/2 in., approx. 130
troy oz.
$2,000-4,000
873.
Pair of Whiting Sterling and Copper Aesthetic Movement Salad
Servers, late 19th century, retailed by J.E. Caldwell & Co., comprising
fork, lg. 11 7/8, and spoon, lg. 12 1/4 in., with overall hammered
surface, the handles applied with a grass stem and figure of a crab with
copper overlay on its shell, gold-washed bowl/tines, approx. 12 troy oz.
$800-1,200
874.
Whiting Sterling and Parcel-gilt “Ivory” Pattern Two-piece Fish
Set, c. 1890, of typical form with openwork borders of scrolling foliage
and scalework, ivory handles with serpentine shape and twist-turning,
monogrammed, lg. 14 1/4 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
Note: The “Ivory” pattern was designed by Charles Osborne for Whiting
in 1890.
$200-250
875.
Theodore B. Starr Sterling Covered Serving Dish, late 19th century,
flaring ovoid, with slightly domed lid with scrolled finial, chased and
embossed with rocaille scrolls and flowerheads, with pair of acanthus
handles, wd. to handles 10 in., approx. 34 troy oz.
$700-900
876.
Fifteen Sterling Flatware Items, a set of twelve Whiting “Dresden” ice
cream spoons, and a three piece Gorham “Rosette” youth set (fork,
knife, spoon), monogrammed, approx. 10 troy oz.
$250-350
877.
Gorham Sterling Perfume Flask, date marked 1890, ovoid, chased
and embossed overall with daisies and leaves, monogrammed to lid, lg.
4 3/4 in., approx. 2 troy oz.
$200-300
878.
Tiffany Sterling “Vine” Pattern Bonbon Scoop, late 19th century, of
typical form, monogrammed, lg. 6 3/8 in., approx. 2 troy oz.
$200-300
879.
Two Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Blackberry” Serving Pieces, 1891-1902,
a cream ladle with shell-shaped bowl, lg. 7 1/4, and a sugar sifting
spoon, lg. 5 5/8 in., monogrammed, approx. 3 troy oz.
$600-800
880.
Twelve Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Blackberry” Pattern Teaspoons,
1891-1902, six monogrammed, lg. 5 7/8 in., approx. 15 troy oz.
$600-800
881.
Six-piece Tiffany & Co. Sterling Tea and Coffee Set, 1891-1902,
Classical Revival style, with fluted ovoid teapot, creamer, two covered
sugars, and a tapering fluted coffeepot, with a matching small navette-
shaped tray, 1875-91, with cut-out handles and pierced rim with
beaded edge, on rocaille shell feet, all pieces engraved with foliage and
scrolls, coffeepot ht. 8 3/4, tray lg. 16 1/8 in., approx. 81 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
882.
Tiffany & Co. Mixed-metal Spirit Lamp, 1891-1902, vasiform, the
red patinated copper body acid-etched with a monogram, applied with
sterling loop handles and reeded scroll waist band, with sterling wick lid
and foot rim mounts, ht. 4 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
883.
Gorham Sterling “Versailles” Pattern Partial Flatware Service,
late 19th century, comprising six dinner forks, six luncheon forks, six
teaspoons, soup ladle, serving fork, pickle fork and a youth fork and
spoon, monogrammed, approx. 43 troy oz.
$800-1,200
884.
Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Cheese Scoop, late 19th
century, with carved and twisted stem and gold-washed blade, lg. 8
7/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$200-300
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885.
Three Gorham Aesthetic Movement Sterling Flatware Servers, late
19th century, two double-ended pickle/olive servers, one end with fork,
the other with spoon, one with twisted stem centered by a cherry, lg. 9
7/8, the other with pointed pick and oval bowl, monogrammed, lg. 10
1/4, and a spoon with oval bowl with wirework curlicues to shoulders,
the backtipt stem centered by a flowerhead, lg. 7 7/8 in., approx. 3 troy
oz.
$400-600
886.
Gorham Sterling Water Pitcher, 1892, pear-shaped, heavily chased
and embossed with flower and leaves, the ear handle with low relief
acanthus, edge of rim with acanthus scrolls, ht. 8 1/4 in., approx. 30
troy oz.
$800-1,200
887.
Durgin Sterling Serving Fork, late 19th century, in pattern of Egyptian
motifs and reeded stem, possibly called “Empress Josephine,” with
gold-washed tines, lg. 8 3/4 in., approx. 2 troy oz.
$300-500
888.
Three Sterling Flatware Servers, late 19th century, a Gorham “Fleur-
de-Lis” pie server, Gorham “Newcastle” cheese scoop, and a Whiting
“Tuscan” pattern fish slice, approx. 10 troy oz.
$350-450
889.
Three Sterling Flatware Servers, late 19th century, a Gorham
“Virginia” fish slice, a Towle “Pomona” olive fork, and a Towle
“Arlington” cheese scoop, approx. 8 troy oz.
$300-500
890.
Dominick & Haff Sterling Fruit Bowl, 1892, retailed by J.E. Caldwell,
oval, with shaped C-scroll rim, chased and embossed with further
C-scrolls, on openwork shell feet, wd. 11 in., approx. 22 troy oz.
$400-600
891.
Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling “Good Luck” Serving Spoon,
late 19th century, retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low, the shaped stem
with applied words “Good Luck” on four-leaf clover patterned ground,
lg. 9 in., approx. 3 troy oz.
$300-500
892.
Whiting Sterling “Arabesque” Pattern Soup Ladle, late 19th century,
with wide oval bowl, lg. 12 1/2 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$400-600
893.
Pair of Parcel-gilt and Etched Sterling Fish Servers, retailed by J.E.
Caldwell, late 19th century, no maker’s mark, the handles finely etched
with flowers, on textured ground, with blade/tines etched with tree
branches and leaves, fork lg. 9 1/2, knife 11 1/2 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$400-600
894.
Gorham Sterling Tea Canister, 1895, with circular cap above a
faceted and tapered body with re-entrant corners and engraved with
floral garlands and with a stepped foot, ht. 5 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$200-250
895.
Shreve & Co. Sterling Mug, San Francisco, late 19th century, tapered
cylindrical form, the rim applied with band of floral swags, C-scroll
handle, monogrammed, ht. 4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$150-200
896.
Durgin Sterling Creamer and Two-handled Sugar Bowl, late 19th
century, each with ear handles and borders molded with C-scrolls and
foliage, on an oval foot, monogrammed, approx. 4 troy oz.
$300-350
897.
Pair of Sterling Repoussé Fish Servers, likely Baltimore, no maker’s
mark, fork and knife with sterling blades/tines, with hollow rectangular-
section handles chased and embossed with dense foliates, approx. 9
troy oz.
$300-500
898.
Four Sterling Teaware Items, matching Gorham creamer and open
sugar, 1896, oval, with reeding to base, Gorham helmet creamer, 1897,
all monogrammed RGE, and a Durgin Georgian-style pear-shaped
creamer, monogrammed, approx. 12 troy oz.
Provenance: Eliot Family of Massachusetts.
$100-150
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899.
Group of Gorham Sterling “Old Medici” Pattern Flatware, late
19th century, comprising two sauce ladles and seven teaspoons,
monogrammed, approx. 11 troy oz.
$150-250
900.
Gorham Sterling Kettle on Stand, 1896, ovoid, with beaded rim,
upright fruitwood handle, and square foot, stand with ball feet and
burner, ht. 12 1/2 in., approx. 39 troy oz.
$400-600
901.
Gorham Sterling Repoussé Porringer, 1895, the bulbous body
chased and embossed with dense foliates, with pierced stylized
anthemion handle, lg. 7 1/4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$125-175
902.
Pair of Peter L. Krider Co. Sterling Covered Vegetable Dishes, late
19th century, rectangular, chased and embossed overall with dense
foliates, lids with floriform finials, bodies with crabstock handles, on
scroll feet, monogrammed to underside, wd. to handles 11 in., approx.
92 troy oz. total.
$2,000-3,000
903.
Six Shiebler Sterling Dinner Forks, late 19th century, each
handle molded with flowerheads, fans and with a textured ground,
monogrammed, lg. 7 5/8 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$100-150
904.
Two Sterling Paper Knives, late 19th century, a Gorham example with
Renaissance Revival pattern of grotesque mask over fruit, and a Redlich
with openwork handle of Rococo Revival diapering and flowerheads,
both lg. 12 1/8 in., monogrammed, approx. 8 troy oz.
$200-300
905.
Twelve Silver Flatware Articles, comprising a Tiffany & Co.
“Chrysanthemum” sugar shell, a Dominick & Haff Victorian-style cheese
scoop, a Durgin “Jonquil” sugar shell, a set of six George IV bright-cut
coffee spoons, and three other pieces, monograms, approx. 12 troy oz.
total.
$150-250
906.
Seven American Silver Flatware Servers, comprising a Dominick
& Haff “New King” berry spoon, Towle “Pomona” ice cream slice, a
Gorham “Imperial Chrysanthemum” ice cream slice, an N. Harding coin
silver Olive-variant fish server (monogrammed), an unmarked sterling
salad fork, a recast of a Tiffany “Wave Edge” fish slice, and a pair of
recast grape shears, approx. 25 troy oz. total.
$500-700
907.
Pair of Wendell Manufacturing Co. Sterling Fish Servers, c. 1896-
97, fork and slice, with Rococo Revival pattern of small C-scrolls and
flowerheads, monogrammed, approx. 8 troy oz.
$250-350
908.
Set of Twelve Enamel-decorated Gold-washed Sterling Strawberry
Forks, late 19th century, with three tines, the Rococo Revival stem
ending in a blue and white enameled diapered cartouche, lg. 4 1/2 in.,
approx. 5 troy oz.
$600-800
909.
Three Silver Plate Wine-related Tableware Items, a Simpson, Hall,
Miller trophy champagne bucket, engraved for the Providence Horse
Show, dated 1898, ht. without swing handle 9 5/8, and a pair of E.G.
Webster & Son Georgian-style reticulated wine coasters, late 19th/early
20th century, with wooden bases, dia. 4 3/4 in.
$200-300
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910.
Welsh & Bro. Sterling Repoussé Card Salver, Baltimore, late 19th
century, round, with flower and fern repoussé rim, engraved diapered
surface, raised on three claw-and-ball feet, dia. 6 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$250-350
911.
Wallace Sterling “Lucerne” Pattern Partial Flatware Service for
Twelve, late 19th century, comprising twelve each: dinner knives,
dinner forks, luncheon forks, teaspoons, ramekin spoons, tablespoons,
and place spoons, monogrammed, approx. 117 troy oz.
$1,880-2,200
912.
Pair of Gorham Enameled and Gold-washed Sterling
“Luxembourg” Flatware Servers, a spoon and a cracker scoop,
monogrammed, lg. 9 and 8 3/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$400-600
913.
Two Gorham Arts & Crafts Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces,
“Covington Hammered” pattern, applied at terminal with acid-etched
cutcard figures of maidens, comprising a master butter knife with a
girl churning butter, lg. 8, and a berry spoon with a figure of a woman
carrying a plate of fruit, lg. 9 in., both monogrammed to reverse,
approx. 4 troy oz.
$300-500
914.
Group of Whiting Sterling “Heraldic” Pattern Serving Pieces, late
19th/early 20th century, comprising a soup ladle with gold-washed
bowl and five tablespoons, monogrammed, approx. 24 troy oz.
$400-600
915.
Gorham Sterling “Versailles” Pattern Partial Flatware Service for
Twelve, late 19th/early 20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner
knives, dinner forks, teaspoons, and salad forks; a punch ladle, sauce
ladle, two tablespoons, tomato server, pie slice, cheese knife, master
salt spoon, cheese scoop, large serving spoon and fork, sugar shell,
and pickle fork, monogrammed, approx. 93 troy oz. weighable silver.
$2,500-3,500
916.
Five American Sterling Bottle Tickets, late 19th/early 20th century,
a Currier & Roby reticulated “Scotch,” an unmarked oval “Port” with
gadrooned edge, a shield-shaped Jensen-inspired “Rye,” an oval
Webster “Scotch,” and a reticulated Gorham grape-accented “Gin,” all
with short chains, approx. 3 troy oz.
$300-500
917.
Group of American Sterling Repoussé Flatware, late 19th/early 20th
century, S. Kirk & Son and others, in various patterns, comprising:
eight iced beverage spoons, four citrus spoons, vegetable spoon, cold
meat fork and spoon, serving fork, tomato server, two teaspoons,
three carving knives, two carving forks, and poultry shears, some
monogrammed, approx. 29 troy oz. weighable silver.
$500-700
918.
Dominick & Haff Sterling-mounted Colorless Cut Glass Pitcher, late
19th/early 20th century, the slightly flaring cylindrical body cut with fans
over crosscut panels and daisy heads, ear handle, the sterling rim with
border of fruiting grape vine, monogrammed, ht. 6 1/8 in.
$800-1,200
919.
Black, Starr & Frost Sterling Cake Plate, late 19th/early 20th century,
with reticulated edge and rim applied with rocaille S-scrolls and shells,
raised on short rocaille scroll feet, monogrammed, wd. to handles 13
3/8 in., approx. 19 troy oz.
$300-500
920.
Five American Sterling Serving Pieces, late 19th/early 20th century,
an Alvin “Old Orange Blossom” pattern serving spoon (lg. 9 1/4), a
Gorham “Virginiana” pattern flat serving fork (lg. 9 3/8), a Gorham
“Buttercup” pattern serving fork (lg. 9), and two matching Mechanics
floral pattern serving forks (lg. 9 1/4 and 6 1/2 in.), approx. 16 troy oz.
$300-500
921.
Redlich & Co. Sterling Center Bowl, late 19th/early 20th century, the
shaped bowl molded with wildflower cartouches offset by reticulated
diapering, monogrammed, dia. 14 3/8, ht. 5 in., approx. 45 troy oz.
$800-1,200
922.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co. Sterling Foot Fruit Bowl, late 19th/early
20th century, with ogee rim, the sides pierced with scrolls and cast with
winged cherubs holding floral garlands, on trumpet foot with further
floral garlands, dia. 10 1/4, ht. 4 3/4 in., approx. 22 troy oz.
$500-700
923.
Three Sterling Lidded Colorless Glass Dresser Articles, late 19th/
early 20th century, comprising a pair of Tiffany perfume bottles, 1907-
38, with tapering glass bodies, monogrammed silver lids, ht. 4 5/8,
and a cannister with unmarked silver lid chased and embossed with
Art Nouveau flowers, the jar pressed and frosted with a large poppy
blossom, ht. 5 1/4 in., approx. 1 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
924.
Boxed Pair of Reed and Barton Sterling “La Marquise” Salad
Servers, late 19th/early 20th century, with gold-washed bowl/tines, lg.
8 3/4 and 9 in., in fitted fabric case, approx. 5 troy oz.
$400-600
925.
Three Sterling Flatware Servers, late 19th/early 20th century, a pair of
International “Irene” salad servers, monogrammed, and a Gorham “New
Empire” strainer spoon, approx. 9 troy oz.
$200-300
926.
Six Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Flatware Items, late 19th/
early 20th century, all in matching patterns of Rococo Revival C-scroll
and rose partial cartouches, comprising a pair of serving spoons with
gold-washed bowls, a citrus spoon, youth knife, teaspoon, and an
anchovy server, monograms, approx. 8 troy oz.
$250-350
927.
Goodnow & Jenks Sterling Potpourri Urn, late 19th/early 20th
century, Classical Revival-style with loop handles, the pierced outer lid
with spiral-reeded finial, with inner set-in lid, body engraved with husk
garlands, on tiered trumpet foot, ht. 7 5/8 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$200-300
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Two Sterling Mugs, late 19th/early 20th century, a Hartford Sterling
Company footed mug, applied with small figures of cherubs in flight, ht.
3 1/4, and a cylindrical mug with scroll rim band and foot, likely by D.J.
Mahoney, ht. 3 3/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$300-500
929.
George W. Shiebler & Co. Sterling Bowl, late 19th/early 20th century,
retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low, the everted rim with S-scrolls and
flowerheads, similarly decorated low foot, ht. 3 3/4, dia. 9 1/2 in.,
approx. 18 troy oz.
$300-500
930.
Theodore B. Starr Sterling Cake Plate, late 19th/early 20th century,
with wide, pierced rim with acanthus scrolls, palm fronds, lyres, and
bellflower roundels, raised on openwork anthemion feet, engraved with
name to underside, dia. 10 in., approx. 18 troy oz.
$600-800
931.
Bigelow, Kennard & Co. Sterling Demitasse Pot, late 19th/early 20th
century, ball finial above an ear-handle and curved spout, tapered body
and domed lid repoussé molded with scrolls and flowerheads, ht. 7 1/2
in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$200-250
932.
Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Loving Cup, late 19th/early
20th century, cylindrical, with three ear handles with Rococo Revival
C-scrolls, ht. 7 5/8 in., approx. 27 troy oz.
$250-350
933.
Redlich & Co. Sterling Grape Serving Dish, late 19th/early 20th
century, formed as a grape leaf with curved overhanging twig-form
handle, raised on two ball feet, ht. 8 1/2 in., approx. 25 troy oz., sold
together with an associated pair of grape shears marked 855.
$400-600
934.
Group of Small Sterling Articles, late 19th/early 20th century, a pair
of Frank Whiting individual open salts, a monogrammed napkin ring
with engraved date 1899, a rectangular flask, an Art Nouveau-style tea
strainer, and a Karl F. Leinonen Arts & Crafts Revere-style side bowl,
monogrammed, dia. 5 3/4 in., approx. 16 troy oz.
Provenance: Eliot Family of Massachusetts.
$100-150
935.
Six-piece Arthur Stone Associates Sterling Tea and Coffee Service,
1908-37, the teapot with mark for craftsman Herbert A. Taylor, the
other pieces by Arthur L. Hartwell, comprising teapot, coffeepot,
kettle on stand with burner, covered sugar, open sugar and creamer,
all tapering ovoid, with straight spouts, ovoid ivory lid finials, and ear
handles, engraved with a mottoed coat of arms and monogram,
coffeepot ht. 8 in., approx. 120 troy oz. total.
$2,000-3,000
936.
Small Tiffany & Co. Arts & Crafts Sterling Compote, 1938-47, the
conical bowl on low, openwork stem formed as a stylized addorsed
dolphin, ht. 2 1/2, dia. 5 1/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$250-350
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937.
Arts & Crafts Sterling Water Pitcher, marked for Radke & Co., San
Francisco, early 20th century, likely manufactured by Shreve in their
“Fourteenth Century” pattern, tapered cylindrical form with short strainer
spout, applied with hammered horizontal straps accented with faux nail
heads, the rim with hammered trefoils, with swing handle at rim, and
applied loop handle to base, applied monogram, ht. without handle 6
1/4 in., approx. 17 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
938.
Five Arts & Crafts Sterling Flatware Servers, early 20th century, an
Erickson pie server, a Graff, Washbourne & Dunn short pitcher spoon,
Old Newbury Crafters pitcher spoon, Arthur Stone Associates pitcher
spoon by craftsman Charles W. Brown, and a Rand & Crane claret
spoon, only the latter monogrammed, approx. 12 troy oz.
$250-350
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939
937
941
939.
Wallace Sterling “Carmel” Pattern Arts & Crafts Creamer and Sugar
Bowl, early 20th century, ovoid creamer and open sugar, applied with
hammered rim with trefoil lappets and angular handles, monogrammed,
ht. 2 1/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$150-200
940.
Hand-wrought Sterling Bowl, 20th century, oval, with ogee rim,
hammered interior, on conforming foot, lg. 10 3/4 in., approx. 16 troy
oz.
$200-400
941.
Arts & Crafts Sterling Flask, early 20th century, unmarked, slightly
curved rectangular form with overall hammered surface, the front
engraved with a figure of a polo player on his pony, his jersey mounted
with a small enamel-accented winged Mercury foot, possibly gold, lg.
10 1/4 in., approx. 14 troy oz.
$400-600
942.
Four-piece Arts & Crafts Sterling-over-Copper Desk Set, early 20th
century, unmarked, comprising a pyramidal inkwell with flat hinged top,
6 7/8 x 7, a calendar frame, ht. 5 1/8, a rectangular stamp box, wd.
4, and a blotter roller, wd. 5 1/2 in., the copper bodies overlaid with
cutcard-work of tree branches bearing leaves and berries.
$400-600
943.
Pair of Porter Blanchard Sterling Arts & Crafts Salad Servers, early
20th century, each with tipt fiddle-back handle and hand-hammered
surface, lg. 10 1/2 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$300-500
944.
American School, 20th Century
Silversmiths at Work in the Kalo Workshop
Unsigned.
Oil on paperboard, 11 3/4 x 16 5/8 in., framed.
Condition: Surface irregularities and grime.
N.B. The Kalo Shop, founded in 1900 in Chicago by Clara P. Barck,
well-known for its Arts & Crafts wares, produced a wide range of classic
handmade hollowware, flatware, and jewelry until about 1970.
$500-700
945.
Arthur Stone Associates Sterling Arts & Crafts Porringer, c. 1923,
craftsman’s initial B, likely Charles W. Brown, round bowl with handle
reticulated with figures of two elephants, engraved with name and
monogram, with presentation inscription to underside dated 1923, lg. 7
3/4 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
$700-900
946.
Art Metal Studios Sterling Overlay Bronze Bowl, Chicago, second
quarter 20th century, the tapering, double-walled bronze body applied
to one side with sterling cutcard-work of stylized flower stems, dia. 8
3/4, ht. 3 1/4 in.
$600-800
947.
Baltimore Silversmiths Mfg. Co. Sterling Repoussé Fruit Bowl, early
20th century, heavily chased and embossed with flower stems, base of
body with leaftip, rim applied with S-scrolls, dia. 8 1/4 in., approx. 17
troy oz.
$800-1,200
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948.
Art Nouveau Gorham Sterling-mounted Royal Doulton Red Flambé
Ceramic Serving Bowl, early 20th century, the red flambé glazed bowl
with gold-washed sterling rim cast and pierced with Art Nouveau flower
stems, monogrammed, dia. 13 5/8 in.
$800-1,200
949.
Howard & Co. Reticulated Sterling Fruit Bowl, 1902, pierced and
engraved with hops or grapevines, dia. 11 5/8 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$400-600
950.
Wallace Sterling “Eton” Pattern Partial Flatware Service, early
20th century, comprising eleven dinner forks, eleven teaspoons, ten
luncheon forks, seven luncheon knives, six bouillon soupspoons, six
coffee spoons, and two butter spreaders, monogram, approx. 61 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$1,000-1,200
951.
Tiffany Sterling “Broom-corn” Pattern Flatware Service for Twelve,
first half 20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner knives (lg.
10 1/2), dinner forks (lg. 7 1/2), luncheon knives (lg. 8 5/8), cream
soupspoons (lg. 8), seafood forks, salad forks, tablespoons (lg. 7),
place spoons (lg. 8 1/2 in.), bouillon spoons, ice cream spoons, and
ice cream forks; twenty-four teaspoons, thirteen coffee spoons, thirteen
butter spreaders, six citrus spoons, and two demitasse spoons, some
monogrammed, in a fitted mahogany case, approx. 256 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$15,000-20,000
952.
Group of Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Broom-corn” Pattern Serving
Pieces, early 20th century, comprising: two master butter spreaders,
two gravy ladles (lg. 7 3/8), cream ladle (lg. 7), sandwich tongs (lg.
4 3/4), egg spoon (lg. 4 5/8), sugar tongs, caviar fork (lg. 5 5/8), ice
cream server (lg. 11 1/4), jelly spoon (lg. 7), cold meat fork (lg. 9), sugar
spoon (lg. 5 7/8), tomato server (lg. 7 7/8), two-piece salad set (lg. 9
7/8 and 10 1/8), vegetable spoon (lg. 9 1/2), and an olive spoon (lg. 6
5/8 in.), monogrammed, approx. 44 troy oz.
$3,000-5,000
953.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Clover Pattern Fruit Bowl, 1902-07, dia. 10 in.,
approx. 20 troy oz.
$500-700
954.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Renaissance” Pattern Asparagus Tongs,
early 20th century, of typical form, lg. 7 3/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$500-700
955.
Whiting Sterling Six-piece Tea and Coffee Set, first quarter 20th
century, comprising hot water kettle on stand, coffeepot, teapot,
covered sugar, waste bowl, and creamer, with ball-form finials,
serpentine ribbed bodies, and reeded ball feet, with engraved armorial
device and “Barrie,” ht. of kettle 13 in., approx. 127 troy oz.
$2,000-2,500
956.
Group of Gorham Sterling “Chantilly” Pattern Flatware, early 20th
century, comprising twelve dinner forks, six tablespoons, six demitasse
spoons, six citrus spoons, and a pie slice, monogrammed, approx. 47
troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
957.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Fan-shaped Flower Vase, 1902-07, with
serpentine and threaded rim and scrolled ends above a tapered body
pierced with fluting and scrolls, foot molded with a band of scrolling
flowers in relief, on paw feet, with removable gold-washed silver plate
liner, ht. 11 1/2 in., approx. 38 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
958.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Blackberry” Pattern Berry Spoon, 1902-07,
with kidney-shaped bowl, lg. 9 1/2 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$600-800
959.
Group of Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Chrysanthemum” Pattern Flatware,
early 20th century, comprising twelve luncheon knives and nine
luncheon forks, approx. 21 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,000-1,500
960.
Group of Eight American Sterling Repoussé Vanity Articles, early
20th century, some marked Hennegan & Bates, comprising four
brushes, powder jar with puff, scent bottle, comb, and hand mirror,
monogrammed.
$500-700
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954
948
946
955
961.
Set of Twelve Dominick & Haff Sterling “Labors of Cupid” Dessert
Spoons, 20th century, with gold-washed bowls, lg. 7 in., approx. 24
troy oz.
$800-1,200
962.
Pair of Alvin Sterling “Bridal Rose” Pattern Salad Servers, early 20th
century, with gold-washed bowl/tines, monogrammed, approx. 8 troy
oz.
$200-250
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987
963.
Set of Two S. Kirk & Son Sterling Oval Platters, 1903-24, each
with borders engraved with scrolling leaves and a circular reserve,
monogrammed, lg. 16 3/4 and 21 in., approx. 105 troy oz.
$800-1,200
964.
Twelve Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Florentine” Pattern Ice Cream Forks,
early 20th century, monogrammed, lg. 5 3/4 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$800-1,200
965.
Durgin Sterling “Regent” Pattern Sauce Ladle, early 20th century,
designs of openwork trellis and rocaille, handle engraved with leaves
and flowers, lg. 7 1/4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$200-300
966.
Gorham Sterling and Sterling-mounted Vanity Set, early 20th
century, each piece with repoussé designs of rocaille and scrolling
foliage, comprising five brushes, jewelry box, hand mirror, pin tray, five
cut glass jars, puff, shoe horn, nail buffer, nail clippers, button hook,
and a curling iron stand, monogrammed, approx. 25 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$700-900
967.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Cocktail Shaker, early 20th century, tapered
cylindrical form with ovoid lid engraved with a crest and motto “Quid
Novi?,” ht. 10 5/8 in., approx. 20 troy oz.
$300-500
968.
Pair of S. Kirk & Son Sterling Covered Oval Vegetable Dishes,
1903-24, each with foliate molded oval ring-form handle above a top
engraved with scrolling foliage and with oval reserves, plain lower body,
monogrammed, lg. 10 1/4 in., approx. 58 troy oz.
$800-1,200
969.
Set of Twelve S. Kirk & Son Sterling Bread and Butter Plates, 1903-
24, each with borders engraved with scrolling leaves and oval reserves,
dia. 6 in., monogrammed, approx. 61 troy oz.
$800-1,200
970.
Set of Four S. Kirk & Son Sterling Trumpet-shaped Vases, 1903-
24, each rim engraved with stippled scrolls, stem with scrolling leaves,
circular stepped foot, ht. 7 in., monogrammed, approx. 25 troy oz.
$400-600
971.
Set of Four S. Kirk & Son Weighted Sterling Candlesticks, 1903-
24, each with circular bobeche and nozzle, tapered stem engraved
with scrolling foliage, stepped circular foot engraved with stippling,
monogrammed, ht. 10 in.
$500-700
972.
Three Sterling and Sterling-lidded Lady’s Articles, early 20th
century, a paneled ovoid “Powder-Tier,” with three compartments and
engine-turned lid with chain handle, ht. 1 1/2, a round colorless glass
jar with Shiebler lid, dia. 3, and a colorless glass heart-shaped box with
unmarked silver lid stamped with urn and scrolls, wd. 2 1/4 in., approx.
3 troy oz.
$250-350
973.
Sterling and Enamel-lidded Colorless Cut Glass Powder Jar, early
20th century, Foster & Bailey, the basse taille enamel lid with central
flower basket with pearl gray ground and pink roses, within aqua
border, on round jar cut with stars, enclosing an associated Wallace
monogrammed sterling-handled feather powder puff, jar dia. 4 3/8 in.
$300-500
974.
Tiffany Sterling-rimmed Colorless Cut Glass Bonbon Bowl, early
20th century, round, the silver rim with C-scrolls and flowerheads, on
glass bowl cut with large star centered by daisy, dia. 7 3/8 in.
$200-250
975.
Two Sterling Tableware Items, early 20th century, a Bailey, Banks
and Biddle demitasse pot, urn-form, on square foot, ht. 7 1/2, and a
George V muffineer, London, 1913, Crichton, makers, of typical form,
ht. 7 1/8 in., approx. 16 troy oz. total.
$200-400
976.
Gorham Sterling Figural Elizabeth I Spoon, early 20th century,
numbered H78, the stem formed as a figure of the inimitable queen,
standing atop a stylized British shield, with spade-form blade, lg. 9 1/8
in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$500-700
977.
S. Kirk & Son Sterling Five-piece Repousse Tea and Coffee Set,
set 1903-24, comprising coffeepot, teapot, creamer, covered sugar,
and waste bowl, with floriform finials above baluster bodies elaborately
repoussé decorated with flowers and leaves on a stippled ground,
monogrammed, coffeepot ht. 9 in., approx. 86 troy oz.; sold with an
associated two-handled silver plate tray.
$1,200-1,800
978.
George W. Shiebler & Co. Sterling Side Bowl, early 20th century,
retailed by Rand & Crane, with rolled inverted rim and low foot,
engraved with name and date 1905, dia. 6, ht. 2 1/8 in., approx. 7 troy
oz.
$150-250
979.
Three American Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces, early 20th century,
Dominick & Haff “Rococo” sauce ladle, Whiting Manufacturing Co.
“Dresden” serving spoon, and Gorham “Regent” fish slice with gold-
washed blade, approx. 7 troy oz.
$300-500
980.
Two Sterling Serving Forks, early 20th century, an unmarked
example with heavily cast openwork Rococo Revival stem and curved
gold-washed tines, lg. 9 1/4, and an Alvin with bright-cut edging,
monogrammed, lg. 9 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$400-500
981.
Two Sterling Ladles, early 20th century, an unmarked soup ladle with
overall stylized seaweed ground, and monogrammed band, lg. 10 3/8,
and a Towle “Old Newbury” punch ladle, lg. 14 in., approx. 11 troy oz.
$350-400
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Three Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Flatware Servers, early
20th century, with carved stems and chrysanthemum terminals, a pair
of salad servers with foliate acid-etched bowl/tines, lg. 9 3/8, and a
berry spoon, lg. 9 1/4 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$250-350
983.
S. Kirk & Son Sterling Repousse Water Pitcher and Cake Plate,
1903-24, each molded in high relief with various flowers and leaves,
monogrammed, ht. of pitcher 8 5/8, dia. of plate 10 5/8 in., approx. 46
troy oz.
$800-1,200
984.
Gorham Gold-washed Sterling Art Nouveau Bonbon Server, early
20th century, the interior of bowl cast with ginkgo leaves and berry
clusters, the shaped handle with further berry clusters and sinuous
leaves, lg. 8 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$200-250
985.
Blackington Sterling Floral Patterned Serving Spoon, early 20th
century, similar to Reed & Barton’s “Les Six Fleurs,” with handle heavily
cast with Art Nouveau hibiscus flowers, with shaped gold-washed
blade, lg. 9 1/2 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$250-350
986.
Gorham Sterling Soup Tureen, 1903, oval, with reeding to the partially
domed lid, and to lower portion of body, reeded fruitwood lid finial and
angular handles, on flattened ball feet, monogrammed, wd. to handles
14 1/2 in., approx. 37 troy oz.
$1,000-1,500
987.
Gorham Sterling Seven-piece Tea and Coffee Service, c. 1903-36,
made for Shreve, Crump & Low, Boston, pear-shaped bodies with
domed lids, the lid acid-etched with band of strapwork, the neck with
band of diapering, with reeded rims, comprising kettle on stand with
burner, coffeepot, teapot, creamer, covered sugar, waste bowl, and
large tray, lg. to handles 30 1/2, teapot ht. 9 1/2 in., approx. 294 troy
oz. total.
$4,000-6,000
988.
Boxed Pair of Reed & Barton Sterling “Intaglio” Pattern Salad
Servers, c. 1905, with gold-washed bowl/tines, monogrammed, lg. 9
3/4 and 9 7/8 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$500-700
989.
Gorham Sterling Mug, 1905, cylindrical, with heavy applied ovolo rims,
leaf-topped handle, gold-washed interior, engraved with name and date
1906, ht. 3 1/2 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$150-250
990.
Pair of Small J.E. Caldwell & Co. Sterling Trumpet Vases, early 20th
century, with cast reticulated foliate scroll rim, engraved throughout with
C-scrolls and flowerheads, monogrammed, ht. 7 1/4 in., approx. 18
troy oz.
$400-600
991.
Pair of Black, Starr & Frost Sterling Compotes, early 20th century,
each engraved at inner rim with trailing vines, outer rim pierced with
husks, on trumpet foot with further pierced decoration, monogrammed,
dia. 7 1/2, ht. 2 7/8 in., approx. 17 troy oz.
$200-400
992.
Group of J.E. Caldwell Sterling “King’s” Pattern Flatware, early
20th century, comprising nine luncheon forks, four bouillon spoons, and
twelve dessert forks, monogrammed, approx. 33 troy oz.
$300-500
993.
Three American Sterling Classical Revival Tableware Items, early
20th century, a pair of Gorham weighted candlesticks, 1925, ht. 9 1/4,
and a Tuttle Paul Revere reproduction water pitcher, ht. 7 in., approx.
20 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
994.
Three Silver Tableware Items, 20th century, an early 20th century
S. Kirk & Son sterling ruler/straight edge, with foliate border, lg.
12, an Italian .800 silver snuff box, rectangular, with engraved and
engine-turned decoration, wd. 3, and a Gorham sterling leaf-form
chamberstick, wd. 4 1/8 in., approx. 8 troy oz.
$300-500
995.
Set of Four Mauser Weighted Sterling Candlesticks, early 20th
century, columnar-form, with Corinthian capitals, nozzles with beaded
rims, reeded stem, on stepped square base, ht. 12 1/4 in.
$600-800
996.
Group of Whiting Sterling “Lily” Pattern Flatware, early 20th century,
comprising eleven place spoons, ten ice cream spoons with gold-
washed bowls, a teaspoon, salad fork, olive fork, and sauce ladle,
monogrammed, approx. 39 troy oz. total.
$1,200-1,800
997.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Renaissance” Pattern Berry Spoon, 1905-
07, with gold-washed scallop shell bowl, monogrammed, lg. 9 in.,
approx. 4 troy oz.
$600-800
998.
Arthur Stone Sterling Flatware Service for Twelve, Gardner,
Massachusetts, 1906-37, each piece with rounded and back-tipt
handle with rat-tail and thread edges, comprising twelve each of the
following: George Blanchard or Charles Brown, craftsmen, dinner
forks, tablespoons, salad forks, butter spreaders, bouillon spoons,
place spoons, seafood forks, and iced tea spoons, George Erickson,
craftsman, dinner knives and luncheon knives, Arthur Hartwell,
craftsman, nine teaspoons and ten luncheon forks; sold with five
replacement pieces made by Samuel Kutz & Son, Laguna Beach,
California, approx. 158 troy oz. weighable silver.
$5,000-7,000
999.
Whiting Manufacturing Co. Sterling Ewer, date marked 1907, slender
neck on ovoid body, gadrooned to girdle and to the rims of the trumpet
foot, with loop handle, ht. 15 in., approx. 38 troy oz.
$800-1,200
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Bailey, Banks & Biddle Reticulated Sterling Cake Plate, early 20th
century, with wide edge stamped and pierced with Renaissance Revival
griffin scrolls and putti, on low foot, monogrammed, dia. 11 1/4 in.,
approx. 18 troy oz.
$400-600
1001.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Cake Plate, 1907-38, the rim pierced with
quatrefoil and leaftip bands, monogrammed, dia. 9 5/8 in., approx. 14
troy oz.
$200-300
1002.
Theodore B. Starr Reticulated Sterling Fruit Bowl, early 20th
century, quadripartite, reticulated to sides with scrolls, with applied
scroll and shell rim, monogrammed to interior, wd. 12 3/8 in., approx.
19 troy oz.
$600-800
1003.
Pair of Graff, Washbourne & Dunn Sterling Footed Fruit Bowls,
early 20th century, with wide downswept rim cast and pierced with high
relief flowerheads, C-scrolls, and diapering, on spreading trumpet foot
with conforming rim, ht. 4 3/4, dia. 12 1/2 in., approx. 72 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
1004.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Mirror, 1907-38, round, with plain sterling frame
and bevel-edge mirror plate, full dia. 14 3/4 in.
Provenance: A Rhode Island estate.
$800-1,200
1005.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Cake Plate, 1907-38, acid-etched with classical
motifs of patera and husk swags, on low foot, monogrammed, dia. 10
3/4 in., approx. 21 troy oz.
$500-700
1006.
Tiffany “Special Hand Work” Hammered Sterling Bowl and
Underplate, 1907-38, paneled circular form with rolled rim, bowl dia. 4
3/4, plate dia. 6 1/2 in., approx. 16 troy oz.
$800-1,200
1007.
Pair of Footed Sterling Side Bowls, early 20th century, made for
Tiffany & Co., each with shaped rim with rocaille scrolls, reticulated
with flowerhead cartouches, and engraved with foliate swags, on low
trumpet foot, dia. 7 3/4 in., approx. 16 troy oz.
$400-600
1008.
Tiffany & Co. Cast Sterling Butter Pat, 1907-38, round, with low relief
decoration of scrolls and leaves, dia. 3 1/2 in., approx. 4 troy oz.
$200-300
1009.
Wallace Sterling “Lucerne” Pattern Partial Flatware Service, early
20th century, comprising six luncheon knives, six luncheon forks, twelve
teaspoons, six salad forks, four tablespoons, six butter spreaders,
sauce ladle, serving fork, master butter spreader, and sugar shell,
approx. 45 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
1010.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Trumpet Vase, 1907-38, acid-etched at rim
and trumpet foot with anthemia, monogrammed, ht. 12 in., approx. 21
troy oz.
$300-350
1011.
Reticulated Sterling and Colorless Glass Four-part Perfume Bottle
Set, early 20th century, William W. Hayden Co., makers, with round
frame pierced with entwined heart design, fitted with four three-sided
colorless glass bottles with scroll-engraved sterling spherical lids, bottle
ht. 4 3/4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$300-500
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1012.
Three Small Tiffany & Co. Sterling Tableware Items, 1907-38, a
lidded sugar bowl with reticulated rim, with colorless glass liner, ht.
4 7/8, an E. Lownes reproduction mug, ht. 3 3/4, and an S. Waters
reproduction beaker, ht. 3 5/8 in., approx. 19 troy oz.
$300-500
1013.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Hot Water Kettle on Stand, 1907-47, faceted
finial with spire, canted and tapered body with concave corners,
scrolled supports and splayed bracket feet, monogrammed, ht. to top
of handle 12 1/4 in., approx. 55 troy oz.
$1,200-1,500
1014.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Six-piece Tea Set, 1907-47, in the Georgian
style, original design by John Crouch and Thomas Hannan, comprising
teapot, hot water kettle on stand, creamer, covered sugar, waste bowl
and two-handled tray, with urn-form finials, each with thread molded
edges, ht. of teapot 7 3/4 in. approx. 194 troy oz.
$5,000-7,000
1015.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Vine” Pattern Asparagus Tongs, 1907-47,
the handles with fruiting grapevines, the upper blade pierced with leafy
scrolls, lg. 7 5/8 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$400-600
1016.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Olympian” Pattern Asparagus Server, 1907-
47, the upper blade pierced and engraved with scrolls, monogrammed,
lg. 7 3/4 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$500-700
1017.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Renaissance” Pattern Large Gravy Spoon,
1907-07, the stem with button to reverse, monogrammed, lg. 12 1/2
in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$800-1,200
1018.
Two Sterling and Pink Basse Taille Enamel Vanity Brushes, early
20th century, retailed by Tiffany & Co., oval, with pink ground and thin
white enamel border, lg. 7 and 6 1/8 in.
$250-350
1019.
Seven Sterling Overlay Glass Perfume and Dresser Bottles, early
20th century, five colorless glass, comprising two hallmarked for Alvin
(one baluster form, the other lobed ovoid); a squat baluster form; a
tapered hexagonal with pointed stopper; and a paneled dropper bottle;
one ovoid green glass; and a small squat baluster-form cranberry, some
monograms, ht. 3 1/4 to 7 in.
$400-600
1020.
International Sterling “Shirley” Pattern Flatware Service for Six,
c. 1910, comprising twelve each: tablespoons, teaspoons, demitasse
spoons, and fish forks; seven cocktail forks; six each: dinner forks,
luncheon forks, bouillon soupspoons, cream soupspoons, place
spoons, butter spreaders, fruit knives, dinner knives, and luncheon
knives; two serving spoons; carving knife, fork, and steel; salad serving
fork and spoon; serving fork, sugar spoon, cheese knife, cake knife,
master butter knife, fish slice, sugar tongs, sauce ladle, asparagus
server, and another server, monogrammed, in fitted wood flatware
case, approx. 126 troy oz. weighable silver.
$700-900
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1021.
Gorham Sterling Three-piece Dresser Set, early 20th century,
comprising hairbrush, hand mirror, and colorless cut glass powder jar
with sterling lid, all decorated with Rococo Revival scrolls, floral swags,
and goddess masks, with central roundels depicting putti at various
pursuits, including wrestling a dolphin, gathering fruit, and napping,
monogrammed, approx. 2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
1022.
Ten Tiffany & Co. Sterling “Fiddle and Shell” Pattern Teaspoons,
c. 1913, each with thread borders and inscribed to the reverse and
monogrammed, lg. 5 3/4 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$300-500
1023.
Gorham Sterling Baby Tray, 1917, of kidney-shape, with band of
scrolling acanthus leaves and thread borders, oval reserve with double
monogram, lg. 17 in., approx. 40 troy oz.
$400-600
1024.
Graff, Washbourne & Dunn Sterling Punch Bowl, c. 1918, serpentine
thread and foliate molded rim and three scrolled handles above
a tapered body and circular foot, engraved “Nathan Warren from
Equitable Friends, February 11, 1918,” dia. 12 in., approx. 53 troy oz.
$1,200-1,500
1025.
Woodside Sterling Co. Arts & Crafts Sterling Bowl, c. 1920s, the
bowl with slightly everted rim, raised on openwork stem of Jensen-style
leaves and grape clusters, on trumpet foot, ht. 6 3/8, dia. 8 5/8 in.,
approx. 21 troy oz.
$500-700
1026.
Assembled S. Kirk & Son and Stieff Flatware Service, early 20th
century, in various patterns including “Repousse” and “Stieff Rose,”
comprising eighteen dinner knives, twenty-four dinner forks, twenty-four
teaspoons, twelve soupspoons, eighteen dessert forks, twelve iced
tea spoons, eight butter spreaders, twelve seafood forks, three sauce
ladles, punch ladle, four large serving forks, four serving slices, two-
piece carving set, cake knife, four straining spoons, two berry spoons,
two large serving spoons, five specialty serving spoons, master butter
knife, jelly knife, tomato server, three small serving forks, and a bottle
opener, approx. 206 troy oz. weighable silver.
$4,000-6,000
1027.
Black, Starr & Frost Sterling and Colorless Glass Table Screen, c.
1920, curved rectangular colorless glass with overall scrolled sterling
overlay, top edge applied with wirework curlicues, monogrammed, ht. 8
1/2, wd. 10 in.
$500-700
1028.
American 14kt Yellow Gold-mounted and Colorless Glass
Perfume Bottle, early 20th century, the stopper applied with a gold
monogrammed tapered ovoid terminal, with glass bottle cut and etched
with shells, flowerheads, and quatrefoils, ht. 4 5/8 in.
$200-300
1029.
Art Nouveau Silver-plate Trophy Cup, unmarked, c. 1926, the
bulbous body with pair of sinuous handles formed as female herms,
with weighted, tapering stem and domed, round foot, engraved with
inscription as “The South of Market Boys Trophy,” ht. 17 in.
Note: Inscription in full: The South of Market Boys Trophy, For the most
unique ladies costume in old fashioned horse drawn vehicle parade,
April 16, 1928, won by South of Market Girls.”
$800-1,200
1030.
Gorham Sterling Covered Entree Dish, early 20th century,
shaped ovoid, with beaded rim, lid with leaftip finial, on low foot,
monogrammed, lg. 11 3/8 in., approx. 32 troy oz.
$300-500
1031.
Durgin Sterling Water Pitcher, early 20th century with wide spout
and ear handle, body with outset angular corners and decorated with
leaves, scrolls and flowerheads monogrammed, ht. 9 in., approx. 28
troy oz.
$700-900
1032.
American Sterling Dressing Table Mirror, c. 1930, Eleder-Hickok
Co., rectangular frame with incised stripes and with a monogram in a
diamond-shaped reserve, 16 3/4 x 13 3/4 in., approx. 13 troy oz.
$300-500
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1033.
International Sterling “Prelude” Pattern Service for Twelve,
mid-20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner knives, dinner
forks, cream soupspoons, salad forks, and butter spreaders; twenty
teaspoons, two tablespoons, and a serving fork, with an associated
American two-piece carving set, in a fitted case, approx. 83 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$1,600-2,200
1034.
Set Fourteen International Sterling Side Plates, mid-20th century,
with reeded rim, dia. 6 1/8, together with a single Chicago Silver Co.
Arts & Crafts hammered side plate, dia. 6 in., approx. 47 troy oz.
$800-1,200
1035.
Two Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Pieces, early to mid-20th century,
an “Olympian” pattern jelly spoon, lg. 7 1/4, and a “Strawberry” pattern
serving spoon, lg. 9 3/8 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$250-350
1036.
Four Gorham Sterling “St. Cloud” Pattern Place Spoons,
monogrammed, lg. 8 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$200-400
1037.
International Sterling “Pine Tree” Pattern Flatware Service for
Eight, c. 1930, comprising eight each: dinner knives, dinner forks,
luncheon knives, luncheon forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soupspoons,
place spoons, and butter spreaders; with four serving spoons, cake
knife, cheese knife, vegetable spoons, serving fork, and four-piece
carving set, monogrammed, approx. 78 troy weighable silver.
$1,000-1,500
1038.
Two Reed & Barton Sterling “Love Disarmed” Pattern Flat Servers,
an asparagus fork and a waffle/entree fork, lg. 11 1/4 and 11 3/8 in.,
respectively, approx. 16 troy oz. total.
$750-1,200
1039.
S. Kirk & Son Silver Gilt Repousse Bonbon Bowl, 1932-61, round,
chased and embossed to center with fruits and flowers, on three ball
feet, dia. 5 3/4 in., approx. 5 troy oz.
$300-500
1040.
Pair of Tiffany & Co. English-made Sterling Commemorative
Spoons, London, 1938, apostle-style spoons with figural terminals
depicting George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the stems engraved “New
York 1939,” in fitted case, lg. 8 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
Note: Made to commemorate King George VI’s visit to the New York
World’s Fair in 1939.
$100-200
1041.
S. Kirk & Son Sterling “Mayflower” Pattern Flatware Service for
Twelve, mid-20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner forks,
luncheon forks, dinner knives, luncheon knives, fish knives, fish forks,
butter spreaders, seafood forks, teaspoons, citrus spoons, bouillon
spoons, cream soupspoons, salad forks, ice cream forks, tablespoons,
and demitasse spoons; three vegetable/serving spoons, a pie slice, and
two-piece carving set and sharpener, monogrammed, approx. 229 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$1,000-1,500
1042.
Ensko Queen Anne-style Sterling Kettle on Stand, second quarter
20th century, a Queen Anne reproduction, bullet-form body with
fruitwood swing handle, engraved with mottoed coat of arms, on stand
with pad feet, enclosing burner, ht. 13 in., approx. 50 troy oz.
$400-600
1043.
Frank Smith Sterling “Bostonia” Pattern Flatware Service, mid-
20th century, comprising eleven each: dinner knives, dinner forks,
demitasse spoons, and salad forks; twelve soupspoons, ten seafood
forks, twenty-four teaspoons, three tablespoons, and a butter spreader,
approx. 67 troy oz. weighable silver.
$700-900
1044.
Gorham Sterling “Plymouth” Pattern Presentation Water Pitcher,
1943, helmet-shaped, with angular handle, engraved to one side with
inscription, ht. 10 3/8 in., approx. 26 troy oz.
Note: The presentation is from Gorham Associates.
$200-250
1045.
R. Blackington & Co. Sterling Seven-piece Tea and Coffee Service,
first half 20th century, shaped ovoid bodies with reeded rims, loop
handles, vasiform lid finials, comprising teapot, coffeepot, kettle on
stand with burner, covered sugar, open sugar, creamer, and large tray
with cut-out handles, monogrammed, coffeepot ht. 8 3/4, tray lg. 26 in.,
approx. 257 troy oz. total.
$2,500-3,500
1046.
Frank M. Whiting Three-piece Sterling Tea Set, early 20th
century, tapered and shaped cylindrical bodies engraved at rims with
guilloche bands, pot with straight spout and angular fruitwood handle,
monogrammed, pot ht. 7 1/2 in., approx. 40 troy oz.
$400-600
1047.
Gorham Sterling “Chippendale” Pattern Circular Tray, 1946, of
typical form with piecrust edge, dia. 13 5/8 in., approx. 40 troy oz.
$300-500
1048.
Dominick & Haff Sterling “Virginia” Pattern Partial Flatware Service,
comprising twelve each: dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks and
butter spreaders; fourteen teaspoons, eleven tablespoons, a sugar
shell, and master butter spreader, approx. 72 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,000-1,500
1049.
Frank Smith Sterling “Fiddle Shell” Pattern Partial Flatware
Service, comprising six dinner knives, eight luncheon knives, six dinner
forks, seven luncheon forks, nine salad forks, eight teaspoons, seven
butter spreaders, and eight cream soupspoons; sold with seven English
Georgian coffee spoons, approx. 76 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,000
1050.
Six-piece Tiffany & Co. Sterling Tea and Coffee Service with Silver
Plate Tray, 1947-56, Queen Anne-style, pear-shaped bodies with
domed lids with ovoid finials, comprising coffeepot, teapot, kettle on
stand with burner, covered sugar, waste bowl, and creamer, the tray
made in England for Tiffany & Co., lg. to handles 25 3/4, coffeepot ht. 9
3/4 in., monogrammed, approx. 129 troy oz.
$3,000-5,000
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1051.
Pair of Reed & Barton “Francis I” Sterling Salad Servers, with gold-
washed bowl/tines, lg. 9 3/8 in., approx. 9 troy oz.
$400-600
1052.
Alphonse La Paglia for International Sterling Footed Bowl, mid-20th
century, round, with slightly everted rim, on openwork stem composed
of leaves and stylized berries, on small trumpet foot, ht. 5, dia. 5 1/4 in.,
approx. 11 troy oz.
$600-800
1053.
Reed & Barton Sterling “Francis I” Pattern Flatware Service for
Twelve, mid-20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner knives,
dinner forks, place spoons, cream soupspoons, teaspoons, salad forks,
and butter spreaders; and a sugar shell, small ladle, and master butter
spreader, approx. 96 troy oz. weighable silver.
$600-800
1054.
Watson Sterling Revere-style Punch Bowl, mid-20th century, marked
“Exemplar Paul Revere 1768,” of typical form, monogrammed, ht. 5
1/2, dia. 10 3/4 in., approx. 42 troy oz.
$400-600
1055.
Five-piece Tuttle Sterling “Onslow” Pattern Tea and Coffee
Service, 1949-53, comprising pear shaped teapot, coffeepot, covered
sugar, open sugar, and creamer, all hand chased with panels of stylized
Onslow stems, serpentine handles, and domed feet, coffeepot ht. 11
1/8 in., approx. 115 troy oz.
$2,500-3,500
1056.
Towle Sterling “King Richard” Pattern Flatware Service for Twelve,
mid-20th century, twelve each: dinner forks, dinner knives, salad forks,
and cream soupspoons; eighteen teaspoons, and eight associated
serving pieces by various makers, approx. 90 troy oz. weighable silver.
$800-1,200
1057.
Three Gorham Sterling Revere-style Bowls, 1949, of graduated size,
dia. 6 to 9 in., approx. 53 troy oz.
$700-900
1058.
Durham Sterling Open Serving Dish, New York, mid-20th century,
oblong, with shaped rim, the ends with grape-form handles, raised on
low acanthus feet, lg. 15 3/8 in., approx. 28 troy oz.
$400-600
1059.
Towle Sterling “Silver Flutes” Flatware Service for Twelve, c.
1950, twelve each: dinner knives, dinner forks, salad/dessert forks,
soupspoons, and butter spreaders; twenty-four teaspoons, five iced
beverage spoons, nine seafood forks, two ladles, two-piece carving
set, pickle fork, olive fork, cold meat spoon and fork, two jelly spoons,
master butter knife, small knife, pastry knife, and cheese knife, in a fitted
case, approx. 91 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,500
1060.
Gorham Sterling “Lily of the Valley” Pattern Flatware Service for
Twelve, mid-20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner knives,
dinner forks, cream soupspoons, seafood forks, demitasse spoons,
salad forks, and butter spreaders; six place spoons, sixteen teaspoons,
two sauce ladles, tomato server, two tablespoons, large serving fork,
jelly spoon, bonbon spoon, master butter knife, two-piece salad set,
sugar tongs, cake knife, cheese knife, three pickle forks, sugar shell,
and three-piece and two-piece carving sets, approx. 113 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$1,500-2,500
1061.
Set of Four Towle Modernist Sterling Candlesticks, c. 1950,
designed by Marion Anderson Noyes, with tapered cylindrical sconces
on slender serpentine stems with black plastic tips, weighted, two ht. 8
1/4, two ht. 9 3/4 in.
Note: The designer, Marion Anderson Noyes (1907-2002) worked
at Towle starting in the 1930s when she was recruited directly from
college by Towle’s head designer. She was a freelance designer for the
firm between 1944 and 1955, during which time she designed these
candlesticks.
$800-1,200
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1062.
Gorham Sterling “Lyric” Pattern Partial Flatware Service, mid-20th
century, comprising ten each: dinner knives, dinner forks, and salad
forks; thirteen teaspoons, three-piece youth set, four serving spoons,
sauce ladle, two-piece carving set, approx. 51 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
1063.
Reed & Barton Sterling “Francis I” Compote, 1950, shaped rim with
garlands of fruit, on trumpet foot with acanthus rim, ht. 5, dia. 8 in.,
approx. 13 troy oz.
$200-300
1064.
Wallace Sterling “Sir Christopher” Pattern Partial Flatware Service,
comprising: eight dinner knives, nine dinner forks, nine salad forks,
seven cream soupspoons, twelve iced tea spoons, six teaspoons, six
seafood forks, two tablespoons, nine butter spreaders, master butter,
and serving fork, approx. 82 troy oz. weighable silver.
$500-700
1065.
Reed & Barton Sterling “The Diamond” Pattern Four-piece Tea and
Coffee Set and Tray, c. 1958, finial and body of elongated diamond
shape, with angular rattan-wrapped handles to pots, comprising
coffeepot, teapot, covered sugar, creamer and sterling-rimmed circular
tray, ht. of coffeepot 11 3/4 in., approx. 68 troy oz. weighable silver.
Note: “The Diamond” pattern was launched by Reed & Barton in
1958 and was a collaborative effort between the designers Gio Ponti
and John Prip. Prip was given the task of designing the hollowware
while Ponti was the inspiration behind the flatware. Although designer
John Prip was born in New York City, he was raised in Denmark. He
returned to the United States and was hired by Reed and Barton in
1957.
$2,500-3,500
1066.
Reed & Barton Sterling “Francis I” Pattern Partial Flatware Service,
comprising eight dinner knives, nine dinner forks, nine salad forks,
fifteen teaspoons, eight iced tea spoons, and a sugar shell, approx. 62
troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
1067.
Four-piece Assembled Sterling Tea and Coffee Service, comprising
a three-piece Gorham tea set, 1959, ovoid teapot, covered sugar, and
creamer, with urn-form finials and ear handles, teapot ht. 8 3/4, and an
associated Concord Silversmiths coffeepot, urn shaped, with angular
handle, ht. 8 3/4 in., approx. 58 troy oz.
$500-700
1068.
Pair of Small Gorham Weighted Sterling Three-light Convertible
Candelabra, 20th century, stamped with Rococo Revival C-scrolls at
rims, with C-scroll candle arms, full ht. 8 3/8, single stick ht. 4 7/8 in.
$300-500
1069.
Two American Sterling Bowls, 20th century, a reticulated Howard &
Co. fruit bow with S-scroll and leaf rim, dia. 10, and a Towle “Louis XIV”
serving bowl, stamped with foliate cartouches and guilloche rim, dia. 12
1/8 in., approx. 29 troy oz.
$600-800
1070.
Watson Sterling Tea Tray, 20th century, rectangular, with rounded
corners, rolled rim, and demilune handles, monogrammed, lg. to
handles 25 3/4 in., approx. 102 troy oz.
$1,500-2,500
1071.
Wallace Sterling Water Pitcher, 20th century, of typical form, with
loop handle and flaring foot, monogrammed, ht. 10 in., approx. 22 troy
oz.
$400-600
1072.
Set of Nine Stieff for Colonial Williamsburg Sterling Bottle Tickets,
modern, curved rectangular with gadrooned rims, comprising Sherry,
Port, Vodka, Rye, Gin, Brandy, Rum, Bourbon, and two Scotch, all with
chains, approx. 4 troy oz.
$300-500
1073.
State House “Formality” Pattern Sterling Flatware Service,
comprising thirteen each: dinner knives, dinner forks, and salad forks,
nine butter spreaders, twenty-six teaspoons, six cream soupspoons,
nine tablespoons, two place spoons, a two-piece cold meat set, pie
slice, two-piece carving set, master butter spreader, sauce ladle,
demitasse spoon, and pickle fork, approx. 98 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,000
1074.
Seven Bottle Tickets, five sterling: a set of four modern Gorham
cartouche-shaped examples, and an oval “Rye”; and two silver plate:
a Sheffield “Claret,” and an electroplate “Gin,” approx. 2 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$250-350
1075.
Wallace “Grand Baroque” Pattern Partial Sterling Flatware Service
for Twelve, comprising twelve each: dinner knives, dinner forks, salad
forks, teaspoons, and cream soupspoons; and ten butter spreaders, a
pie slice, cheese knife, jelly spoon, sugar shell, and pickle fork, approx.
78 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,500
1076.
Six Sterling Flatware Servers, 20th century, two Towle “Paul Revere”
(small vegetable spoon, and a cold meat fork), Whiting “Duke of York”
serving spoon, a Curtis bread fork, a pair of Mount Vernon “Mount
Vernon” sandwich tongs, and a Whiting “King Albert” vegetable spoon,
monograms, approx. 11 troy oz. total.
$300-500
1077.
Two Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces, 20th century, an Alvin
“Florentine” sauce ladle, lg. 8 1/4, and a Durgin “Regent” serving spoon
with gold-washed bowl, lg. 9 3/4 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$300-500
1078.
Four-piece Gorham Sterling Tea and Coffee Service, 20th century,
comprising balustroid coffeepot, ovoid teapot, creamer, and covered
sugar, with fluted band at waist, gadrooned rim, angular handle, pots
with ivory lid finials, monogrammed, coffeepot ht. 9 in., approx. 70 troy
oz.
$600-800
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Reed & Barton Sterling “Grande Renaissance” Pattern for Eight,
late 20th century, comprising eight each dinner knives, dinner forks,
salad forks, teaspoons, and soupspoons, approx. 47 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$700-900
1080.
Four American Sterling Serving Dishes, 20th century, an International
“Minuet” footed cake plate, dia. 11, a small Towle platter with
engraved acanthus to rim, retailed by J.E. Caldwell, lg. 13 7/8, and two
reticulated footed cake plates, both monogrammed, one Wallace, dia. 9
1/2, the other James E. Blake, Co., dia. 9 in., approx. 47 troy oz.
$200-300
1081.
Gorham Sterling “Plymouth” Pattern Tea Tray, 20th century, oval,
with cut-out handles and shaped, reeded rim, lg. to handles 24 3/4 in.,
approx. 113 troy oz.
$2,000-3,000
1082.
Large Wallace Sterling “Rosepoint” Pattern Platter, 20th century,
round, the rim pierced and stamped with small foliate roundels, dia. 17
1/4 in., approx. 37 troy oz.
$400-600
1083.
Five-piece Amston Sterling Coffee and Tea Service with Silver
Plate Tray, 20th century, marked “Hand Chased,” ovoid pots with
peaked lids, chased and embossed with rocaille foliage and guilloche
rims, comprising coffeepot, teapot, creamer, covered sugar, and open
sugar, coffeepot ht. 11 5/8; together with a “Remembrance” silver plate
tea tray, lg. to handles 28 3/4 in., (6 pieces total), approx. 69 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$600-800
1084.
Gorham Sterling “Golden Wheat” Pattern Partial Flatware Service
for Twelve, second half 20th century, comprising twelve each: dinner
forks, dinner knives, salad forks, teaspoons, tablespoons, seafood
forks, and butter spreaders; a sauce ladle, two-piece cold meat servers,
sauce ladle, and sugar shell, approx. 98 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,500
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choice of law). The buyer/bidder agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this agreement may be brought, and any action against Skinner in
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federal court sitting therein. The bidder/buyer consents to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or
hereafter have to the venue of any such suit.
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Name (Please Print) Business Name
Address check if change in address
City State Zip Code
Phone # Alternate # e-mail
SKINNER
Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
63 Park Pl aza, Bos t on, MA 02116 Te l : 617. 350. 5400 Fax: 617. 350. 5429
274 Ce dar Hi l l St re e t , Marl borough, MA 01752 Te l : 508. 970. 3000 Fax: 508. 970. 3100
www. s ki nne ri nc . c om
SKINNER
Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617.350.5400
274 Cedar Hill Street, Marlborough, MA 01752 Tel: 508.970.3100
SKINNER
Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
The Heritage On The Garden, 63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617.350.5400 • 357 Main Street, Bolton, MA 01740 Tel: 508.779.6241
SKINNER
Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
The Heritage On The Garden, 63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617.350.5400
357 Main Street, Bolton, MA 01740 Tel: 508.779.6241
I wish to place the following bids in the sale listed above. I understand that Skinner, Inc. will execute bids as a
convenience, and will not be held responsible for any errors or failure to execute bids. I understand that my bids
are executed and accepted as per Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue of this sale.
Absentee Bid Form
Marlborough Boston Phone Fax Mail Person Employee:
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Board of Directors
Administration
Expert
Departments
SKINNER, INC.
Auctioneers and
Appraisers of Antiques
and Fine Art
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
617.350.5400
Fax 617.350.5429
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
508.970.3000
Fax 508.970.3100
www.skinnerinc.com
Chairman of the Board - Nancy R. Skinner
Richard Albright
John Deighton
Barnet Fain
Stephen L. Fletcher
Karen M. Keane
President/Chief Executive Officer - Karen M. Keane
Chief Financial Officer - Don Kelly
Executive Vice President - Stephen L. Fletcher
Vice Presidents- Gloria Lieberman, Carol McCaffrey, Kerry Shrives,
Stuart G. Slavid, Stuart P. Whitehurst
American & European Paintings & Prints - Robin S.R. Starr
Assistants: Kathy Wong, Elizabeth C. Haff
American Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stephen L. Fletcher, Martha Hamilton
Assistants: LaGina Austin, Karen Langberg, Chris Barber
American Indian & Ethnographic Art - Douglas Deihl
Asian Works of Art - James F. Callahan
Assistant: Tianyue Jiang
Books & Manuscripts - Stuart P. Whitehurst
Deputy Director: Sara C. Wishart
Bottles, Flasks & Early Glass - Stephen L. Fletcher
Ceramics - Stuart G. Slavid
Classic Automobiles & Motorcycles - Jane D. Prentiss
Couture - Kerry Shrives
Discovery Sales - Kerry Shrives
Assistants: Garrett J. Sheahan, Harry B. McNabb, Melissa Riebe
European Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stuart G. Slavid;
Assistants: Sara C. Wishart, Leah Skowron
Fine Wines - Marie Keep
Jewelry - Victoria Bratberg
Assistants: John Colasacco, Julie Khouri
Judaica - Kerry Shrives
Modernism: 1896–Present: Art Glass, Pottery, Metalwork & Furniture -
Jane D. Prentiss
Museum & Collections Services - Martha Hamilton
Musical Instruments - David Bonsey
Oriental Rugs & Carpets - Gary Richards
Science, Technology & Clocks - Robert C. Cheney
Assistant: Chris Barber
Silver - Sara C. Wishart
Toys & Dolls - Kerry Shrives
Auctioneers - LaGina Austin, David Bonsey, Robert C. Cheney,
Stephen L. Fletcher, Karen M. Keane, Marie C. Keep, Gloria Lieberman,
Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid, Robin S.R. Starr, Laura V. Sweeney,
Stuart P. Whitehurst
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Marlborough: Warehouse Manager - Jonathan Dowling, 508.970.3280
Property Manager - Samuel Combs, 508.970.3262
Boston: Kerryn Murphy, 617.874.4329
Property Distribution Manager - Jessica R. Lincoln, 617.874.4308
Marlborough: Accounts Receivable - Denise Johnson, 508.970.3269
Accounts Payable - Kathleen Hayes, 508.970.3268
Credit Supervisor - Joe Monteyro, 508.970.3266
Marlborough: Karen Skinner, 508.970.3240
Appraisal & Auction Services - Patricia Walker King, Shannon M. Ames,
Cory Shea
Advertising Production - Pamela Van de Houten
Boston Gallery Director - Laura V. Sweeney
Assistant Gallery Director: Paige Lewellyn
Gallery Assistant: Katharine E. Hampson
Catalogue Production - Pamela Van de Houten, Kristina Harrison
Consignment Services - Megan J. Blomgren, Carol Zeigler
Customer Relations - Carol McCaffrey
Institutional Relations - L. Emerson Tuttle
Human Resources - Carol McCaffrey
Information Technology & Internet Auctions - Kerry Shrives
Assistants: Timothy Shaughnessey, Melissa Riebe
Managing Director - Marie C. Keep
Marketing & Public Relations - Kate de Bethune, Karen Skinner,
Kathryn Gargolinski
Photographers - Stanley P. Bystrowski, Jeffrey R. Antkowiak, John Cornelius
Receptionists - Marlborough: Carol Tran
Boston: Hadley Dinardo
Transportation - Eric Jones
Assistant: Mark McCaffrey
Service Departments
Exhibitions &
Property Distribution
Finance Department
Subscriptions
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Directions to Skinner’s Boston Gallery/63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA
Telephone: 617-350-5400

From the West:
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to the Prudential/Copley exit located in the Prudential tunnel.
Once on the exit ramp, stay in the right hand lane and follow the signs for Copley.
The ramp exits onto Stuart Street. Drive straight through five sets of lights and take a left onto
Charles Street South. Take your first left off of Charles St. South onto Park Plaza.
Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From the South:
Take 93-N to Exit 20 for I-90 W toward Worcester. Follow signs for Chinatown/South Station.
Bear left at the fork to continue towards Kneeland Street. Turn left onto Kneeland Street. Kneeland
Street becomes Stuart Street. Turn right onto Charles Street South. Turn left onto Park Plaza.
Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From Logan Airport:
Take the Ted Williams Tunnel. Take Exit 25 toward South Boston and bear left at the fork in the
ramp. Bear right onto B St. Turn left onto Northern Ave which becomes Seaport Blvd. Turn left
onto Surface Rd. Turn right onto Kneeland Street which becomes Stuart Street. Turn right onto
Charles Street South. Turn left onto Park Plaza.
Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From the North:
Take I-93 South towards Boston. Take exit 26 towards Storrow Drive. Merge onto MA-28 South
via the ramp on the left. Turn left onto Beacon Street. Turn right onto Arlington Street. Turn
left onto Boylston Street. Turn right onto Hadassah Way. Skinner is on the right at 63 Park Plaza.
The Back Bay Hotel
(formerly Jurys)
350 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617-532-3800
Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro
25 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
Tel: 617-723-1133
The Colonnade
120 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617-424-7000
Fax: 617-424-0968
Eliot Hotel
370 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
Tel: 617-267-1607
The Park Plaza
64 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617-457-7488
Fax: 617-426-2000
INDOOR PARKING GARAGES
City Place Parking Garage
Transportation Building
12 Charles Street
Located at the end of Park Plaza
Underground multi-level garage
All day–closes at 2:30am
First hr/$5, after 2 hrs/$14
AllRight Parking
Boston Common Garage
Located on Charles Street, on the
Common, two blocks from Skinner
1 hr/$6, up to 24 hrs/$25,
Evenings (4pm-10am)/$10
The Four Seaons Hotel
Parking Garage
200 Boylston Street
Adjacent to Skinner, valet drop-off
and pick-up, up to 24 hrs/$30
The Taj Hotel Parking Garage
2 Newbury Street
Located three blocks from Skinner,
valet drop-off and pick-up
Up to 24 hrs/$42
Back Bay Garage
222 Berkeley Street
(entrance off St. James)
One block from Skinner
All day/$35, evening
(5pm-7am)/$10
Radisson Hotel Parking Garage
Stuart Street (near intersection of
Charles)
Two blocks from Skinner
1-2 hrs/$12, 2-3 hrs/$16, 3-12
hrs/$18, 12-24 hrs/$31
Motor Mart Garage
26 Park Plaza
(Same building as Legal Sea Food)
Up to 1 hr/$8, 1 to 2 hrs/$12,
2-3 hrs/$16, 3-12 hrs/$20, 12-24
hrs/$31, weekends up to 3 hrs/$8
OUTDOOR PARKING LOTS
(recommended for trucks)
Pin Stripe Parking
Arlington Street
617-338-7984
All day/$14, after 6pm and
weekends/$10, overnight/$15
Billy’s Parking
222 Stuart Street
617-423-7781
8am-5pm/$18, after 5pm/$20
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BOSTON HOTELS WITH SKINNER
CORPORATE RATES
PARKING
BOSTON HOTELS
Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowe’s Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
Tel: 800-654-2000
Fax: 617-345-6799
Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St. James Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617-267-5300
Fax: 617-375-9648
Four Seasons
200 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617-351-2036
The Liberty Hotel
215 Charles St.
Boston, MA 02114
617-224-4000
Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 800-228-9290
Fax: 617-236-5885
Nine Zero Hotel
90 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02108
617-772-5800
Radisson Hotel
200 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 01740
Tel: 617-482-1800
Fax: 617-451-2750
The Ritz-Carlton,
Boston Common
10 Avery Street
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: 617-912-3315
Fax: 617-912-3375
Taj Boston
15 Arlington St.
Boston, MA 02116
617-536-5700
Westin-Copley Plaza
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 800-228-3000
Fax: 617-424-7483
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RESTAURANTS
FINE DINING
Aujourd’hui
Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston Street
(between Arlington & Charles Streets)
617-351-2071
New American.
Dante
Royal Sonesta Hotel
5 Cambridge Parkway
617-806-4200
Mediterranean restaurant with great
views of the Charles River and Boston
skyline.
Davio’s
75 Arlington St.
617-357-4810
Northern Italian steak house.
Grill 23 & Bar
161 Berkley Street (Stuart Street)
617-542-2255
Great steak, seafood, wine list, and
service.
L’Espalier
774 Boylston St.
617-262-3023
French dining in an elegant townhouse
with a wonderful prix-fixe menu.
No. 9 Park
9 Park St.
617-742-9991
Barbara Lynch’s bistro showcases
inspired French and Italian influenced
food and wine on Beacon Hill.
Radius
85 High St.
617-426-1234
Features a modern French menu
focusing on seasonal ingredients
accompanied by a thoughtful wine list.
Scampo
The Liberty Hotel
215 Charles St.
617-536-2100
Lydia Shire’s latest restaurant, featuring
Italian fare produced in an open kitchen
upstairs at the Liberty Hotel.
Troquet
140 Boylston St.
617-695-9463
French restaurant and wine bar perched
at the edge of the Boston Common and
the theatre district.
Via Matta
79 Park Plaza
617-422-0008
Elegant Italian fare and beautiful wines
in a vibrant dining room - the best of
Italy in Boston’s Back Bay creates an
unforgettable experience.
MODERATE
Aquitaine
569 Tremont Street
617-424-8577
Parisian bistro style fare.
The Bristol Lounge at Four Seasons
Hotel
200 Boylston St.
617-338-4400
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served in an
elegant yet comfortable lounge setting
with views of the Boston Public Garden.
East Ocean City
25-29 Beach St.
617-542-2504
Outstanding Chinese food restaurant
highlighting seafood dishes with a full-
service bar.
Lala Rokh on Beacon Hill
97 Mt. Vernon Street
617-720-5511
Authentic regional Persian cuisine,
hand-selected wine list, knowledgeable
waitstaff.
McCormick and Schmick’s Seafood
Restaurant
36 Columbus Ave
617-482-3999
Fresh seafood offerings that change
daily.
Summer Shack
50 Dalton St.
617-867-9955
Jasper White serves well-executed seaside
favorites in a casual Back Bay setting.
INEXPENSIVE
Au Bon Pain
26 Park Plaza (across the street from
Skinner) or 431 Boylston Street (at
Berkeley Street)
617-338-8948
Casual café offers quick service.
Davio’s To Go
10 St. James Galleria Atrium
617-357-4810
Casual Italian take-out lunch spot with
daily special pastas, soups, and salads.
Flash’s
310 Stuart St.
617-574-8888
American comfort food served with
classic cocktails in a casual setting.
Parish Café
361 Boylston St.
617-247-4777
American restaurant with seasonal
outdoor seating features sandwiches
created by renowned local chefs.
Piattini
226 Newbury Street
617-536-2020
Italian wine bar with an eclectic menu;
specializes in Italian-style tapas.
The Upper Crust
20 Charles Street
617-723-9600
Gourmet thin crust pizza.
Name __________________________________________ Business Name
Mailing Address ____________________________________________________
City ______________________________ State _______ Zip______________
email address ____________________________________ __________ Tel: ( ) _____________________________
Quarterly Brochure No charge No charge
Included with catalogue subscription
American Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
European Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
American & European Paintings & Prints $120 $143
Fine Jewelry $120 $143
20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts $60 $73
Asian Works of Art $60 $73
Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets $18 $25
American Indian & Ethnographic Art $60 $73
Fine Books & Manuscripts $30 $36
Fine Ceramics $60 $73
Fine Musical Instruments $60 $73
Science, Technology & Clocks $60 $73
Fine Wines $60 $73
All Above Departments $750 $915

subtotal
ma resi dents 6. 25% sales tax
total
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PRICES EFFECTIVE JULy 1, 2010. Catalogue subscription price includes quarterly brochure. Subscription effective
one year from date processed. No refunds for previous subscriptions. Renewal notice will be sent one month prior to expiration.
Subscriptions do not include Discovery, Estates, and other special sales. Post-auction prices are available online at www.skinnerinc.com
MasterCard/VISA # Exp. Date
Signature Check enclosed
Participating Dealers:
A Bird In Hand Antiques, Florham Park, NJ / Mark and Marjorie Allen, New Hampton, NH / J. Austin Jeweler, Amherst, MA / Diana H. Bittel, Bryn Mawr,
PA / Blue Heron Fine Art, Cohasset, MA / Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum, Lisbon, CT / Joan R. Brownstein, Newbury, MA / Childs Gallery, Boston, MA / The
Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT / Cunha- St. John Antiques, Essex, MA / Dawn Hill Antiques, New Preston, CT / Colette Donovan, Merrimac, MA / Peter
H. Eaton Antiques, Newbury, MA / Funston Antiques, Sudbury, MA / Georgian Manor Antiques, Fairhaven, MA / James and Nancy Glazer American
Antiques, Bailey Island, ME / Good & Forsythe, Columbus, OH / Samuel Herrup Antiques, Sheffield, MA / Jewett-Berdan Antiques, Newcastle, ME / James
M. Kilvington, Inc., Dover, DE / King Thomasson Antiques, Inc., Asheville, NC / Kelly Kinzle Antiques, New Oxfod, PA / Greg K. Kramer & Co, Robesonia,
PA / James M. Labaugh Antiques, Pound Ridge, NY / Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC., Colchester, CT / Jane McClafferty Antiques, Bloomfield, CT / Judith
and James Milne, New York, NY / Newsom & Berdan Antiques, Thomasville, PA / Hilary and Paulette Nolan, Falmouth, MA / Oriental Rugs, Ltd., Old
Lyme, CT / Janice Paull, Portimao, Portugal / The Philadelphia Print Shop, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA / Raccoon Creek Antiques, Oley, PA / Russack & Loto
Books, LLC., Northwood, NH / Sallea Antiques, Inc., New Canaan, CT / Rick Scott, San Francisco, CA / William Schwind Antiques, Yarmoith, ME / Silver
Plus, New York, NY / Elliott & Grace Snyder Antiques, Egremont, MA / Stephen-Douglas Antiques, Rockingham, VT / Sylvia Antiques, Nantucket, MA /
Jeffrey Tillou Antiques, Litchfield, CT / Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, NH / Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Maryknoll, NY / Walker-Cunningham Fine
Art, Boston, MA / Washington Square Gallery, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA
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Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
Benefit Preview Party
and Reception
Friday, May 13, 6:30pm to 9:00pm
$125 by advance registration, $150 at the door
General admission
Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15
$10 - 10am to 5pm
Visit the official show website at www.TheWaysideInnAntiquesShow.org for more information about the Wayside Inn Historic Site, directions,
sponsorship opportunities, show guide advertising, and links to dealer websites. For questions please phone Guy LeBlanc at (978) 440-9630.
Longfellow’s WAYSIDE INN • 72 Wayside Inn Road • Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776 • P: 978 443 1776 • F: 978 443 6449 • www.wayside.org
Show Manager - Diana H. Bittel Facilities Manager - Ralph DiSaia
The Wayside Inn
Antiques
Show
SAVE THE DATE
May 13-15, 2011
A benefit show and sale for The Wayside Inn Historic Site,
a 501(c)3 non-profit Massachusetts Historic Landmark
on the National Register of Historic Places.
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