International Sale| 16 & 17 September

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International Sale Important Two-Day Auction 16 & 17 September 2021

CHARLTON HALL


Great Estates & Important Collections

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International Sale Important Two-Day Auction

Auction Dates & Times Thursday 16 Sept.| 11:00 EDT (Lots 1-379) Friday 17 Sept. | 11:00 EDT (Lots 400-759)

Preview Exhibition Always online, and by prior appointment only

Property Pick Up Hours Strictly by appointment Mornings 10am to 11:30am Afternoons 1pm to 4:30pm

CATALOGUE $30 IN GALLERY SALE NO. 305


Property From Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth Estate of Katrina Hickox Becker Estate of Tate & Constance Wright Georgia Estates North Carolina Estate Southern Museums Southern Gentleman Property of a Lady Coast Carolina Private Collections Prominent Southern Family Carolinas

New York

Florida

Texas

Georgia

Vermont

Indiana

Virginia

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Americana & European Fine and Decorative Arts

Session I Thursday 16 Sept.| 11:00 EDT Lots 1-379

Preview Exhibition by prior appointment only

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T HURSDAY 16 S EPTEMBER 1 RUSTIC FRENCH PINE CHANDELIER, AND PAIR GIRANDOLE MIRRORS chandelier, H48” Dia. 46”; and mirrors, H21” W19” D10” (3pcs)

finely woven parrot design, with flared rim, ovoid body; H11” Dia.14”

3 PRIMITIVE PAINT-DECORATED CARVED WOOD ZEBRA H24” L25 1/2” W6”

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Private collection

6 AMERICAN FOLK ART QUILT, FRAMED

early 20th century, H29 1/2” W7 1/2” D49”

5 SAM AND LILY NOTTLEMAN CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD MALLARD

$300-500

H14 1/2” W17” D7”

late 19th/early 20th century, Tumbling Blocks pattern, framed H23 1/2” W24 1/2”

Provenance: Private collection

$150-250

$100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from American Folk Heritage, Georgia, in 1986 Property of a Lady

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

4 FOLK ART PAINTED TIGER

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2 LARGE WOUNAAN BASKET, PANAMA RAINFOREST

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7 AMERICAN CARVED PAINTED WOOD CONFIDENCE DECOY SWAN

8 SALESMAN’S SAMPLE MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS

first half 20th century, H20 1/2” W31” D12”

probably American 19th century, mahogany with peg and dovetail construction; H4 3/4” W5” D2 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Acquired from American Folk Heritage, Georgia in 1980s Property of a lady

$100-200

9 PAIR AMERICAN MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES late 19th century, hinged top and fitted interiors; H14” W8” D11 1/8” (2pcs) $150-250 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

10 AMERICAN GOTHIC REVIVAL BRASS MONSTRANCE IN CASE

11 INLAID MAHOGANY SILVER CHEST

circa 1886, vacant central vitrine surrounded by rose and blue faceted glass gems, pinecones amongst scrolling vines and sunburst; the verso engraved with: Pray for Donor, Mrs. P. Hickey, October 1st 1886; all raised on pedestal base; H20 1/2” and case H25 1/2” W13” D9 1/2”

hinged top, locksides, with three drawers; H15” W23” D15 1/4”

$300-500

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: Purchased by Mr. West from a church in Charleston, South Carolina. Accompanied by newspaper clipping May 30, 1988 announcing the Pope John Paul II appointment of his new cardinal James A. Hickey. The connection between the Cardinal and Mrs. Hickey is unknown.

12 AMERICAN MINIATURE SALESMAN SAMPLE, AND LETTER BOX circa 1840, chest of drawers, H12” W12 3/8” D6 3/4”; together with walnut document box, H9 1/2” W12” D8” (2pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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13 PAIR RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRONZE LION RAMPANT CHENETS

14 CLASSICAL STYLE BRASS URN H23”

15 PAIR ROCOCO STYLE GILT-METAL CURTAIN TIEBACKS

19th century, stamped: 628-3 and 607-3; H21” W9” D9” (2pcs)

$300-400

shaped backs issuing acanthus, H6” W2” D6” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$100-200

$700-1,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Thames Valley Antiques, Atlanta, in 1997 Property of a Lady

16 PAIR GILT-METAL AND ONYX THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA late 19th/early 20th century, scrolling vines supporting candle sockets, held by column support; H28” W14” D6 3/4” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

17 RARE SIGNED FEDERAL MAHOGANY SHAVING/DRESSING MIRROR, RUFUS PIERCE Boston, circa 1827-30, scrolling supports centering looking glass, on stand with four drawers and ball feet; drawer stamped: Rufus Pierce, Furniture Ware-House, No. 17 Market, St., Boston; H22” W30 1/2” D8” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Acquired from Elizabeth R. Daniel, Chapel Hill, NC in 1987 Property of a Lady Literature: Magazine Antiques “Boston Empire Furniture”, Vol. CIX, No.5, May 1976. pp.1004-1013, illustrated p.1010, fig.9 Ketchum, William. American Cabinetmakers, 1995, pp.261-2 (which reference the formationed article and this mirror)

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18 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT MIRROR circa 1800, urn and vine pediment above inlaid frieze and frame base, centering looking glass; H48” W18” D2 1/2” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Acquired from Deanne Levison American Antiques, Atlanta, in 1987 Property of a Lady

19 LATE FEDERAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR circa 1825, ornate frame with acorn drops, half columns and carved classical motifs; H54 1/2” W26 1/2” D6” $800-1,200 Provenance: Acquired from Antiques of Vinings, Atlanta, in 1990s Property of a Lady

20 FEDERAL CARVED GILTWOOD EGLOMISE MIRROR circa 1825, molded crown, reverse-painted panel, fluted halfcolumn supports; H48” W39” D3 3/4”

21 EASTLAKE CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR

$500-700

late 19th century, elaborate pediment, scrolling decorations, marbletop pedestal with trumpet feet; H117” W34 1/2” D16”

Provenance: Private collection

$600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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22 THOMAS HART BENTON (American, 1889-1975) SEA PHANTASY I, circa 1925-26 oil on tin mounted to panel, framed, signed H64” W48” $40,000-60,000 Provenance: Albert Briggs, Long Island, New York, (special commission) Salander-O’Reilly Galleries (SORK 1181.1). David Ramus Fine Art (BENT93.076) Christie’s-New York (2 Dec. 1988 American Painting Sale, Lot 320) Private collection, Atlanta Private sale to present owner Literature: Surovek. Thomas Hart Benton: Mechanics of Form, 2019. pp.66-7

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23 HERMANN HERZOG (German-American, 1832-1932) CAPRI oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W24” $8,000-12,000 Provenance: Private collection

24 ADDISON THOMAS MILLAR

25 GORDON HARROWER COUTTS

26 PAUL BERNARD KING

(New York/Ohio, 1860-1913) ENTRANCE TO THE MOSQUE (Algiers) oil on canvas, framed, signed and with label from David Bendann’s Fine Art Rooms, Baltimore, Maryland H14” W18”

(Scottish-American, 1868-1937) DUSK LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed H20” W30”

(New York/Pennsylvania, 1867-1947) AFTER THE STORM oil on canvas, framed, signed H32” W40”

$1,000-2,000

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: Verso inscribed: Presented to Mr. H.R. Boyle, by G. Coutts

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27 CHARLES AUGUSTUS LASAR

28 JAMES EVERETT STUART

29 ADDISON THOMAS MILLAR

(Pennsylvania, 1856-1936) MEDITERRANEAN BEAUTY WITH HARVEST OF ORANGES (Southern France) oil on canvas, framed, signed: C. Lasar H32” W21 1/2”

(American, 1860-1913) A PALACE GATE, ALGIERS oil on canvas, framed, signed and titled on verso H17” W12”

$500-800

(California, 1852-1941) PHANTOM SHIP-CRATER LAKE, NATIONAL PARK, OREGON, 1922 oil on canvasboard, framed, signed, dated and inscribed on verso, No.2875 H24” W20”

Provenance: Southern private collection

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Antiques and Art, Inc, Panacea, FL Property of a Lady

30 AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

31 CARDUCIUS PLANTAGENET REAM

32 WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS

FOREST LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed with initials LA. P., and inscribed on verso H24 1/2” W36 1/2”

(American, 1837-1917) GRAPE STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed H8” W10”

(Massachusetts, 1888-1969) AUTUMN LANDSCAPE oil on board, framed, signed H14” W24”

$500-700

$300-500

$500-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property from a Texas Estate

Other Notes: Verso inscribed: Painted for Mrs. Dan Desh, 1911, LA. P.

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33 SIDNEY MILLER WIGGINS

34 ALEXANDER HELWIG WYANT

(New York, 1881-1940) HARBOR SCENE, GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS oil on canvas, framed, signed H16” W20”

(New York, 1836-1892) HUDSON RIVER LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed H12” W16”

$400-600

$600-900

Provenance: William Briggs (1879-1952) Thelma Briggs (1915-2014) by descent to present heir

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

35 AMERICAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) TRICOLOR SPORTING DOG IN STALL oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H36” W16” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

36 L. GORDON

37 CHARLES RONALD LAUREL (CH VAVRINA)

38 THOMPSON

(American, 20th century) FLORAL STILL LIFE, POPPIES AND HYDRANGEA oil on hardboard, framed, signed H33” W25”

(American, 1928-2009) VILLAGE MEET acrylic on hardboard panel, framed, signed & titled H16” W12”

(American, mid 20th century) CRASHING SURF WITH GULLS oil on canvas, framed, signed H12” W18”

$200-300

$100-200

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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39 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

40 W. PARKER

41 LOUIS GEORGE BOUCHE

PORTRAIT OF LADY IN BLUE DRESS IN AN INTERIOR oil on copper, framed, unsigned H12” W9 7/8” $400-700

(California, late 19th century) YOUNG SHEPHERDESS oil on canvas, framed, signed H22” W36”

(New York, 1896-1969) PORTRAIT OF LADY IN RED oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W20”

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

42 JOSEPH TEPPER

43 ALEXANDER KESZTHELYI (ATTRIBUTED TO)

44 KURT E. REINEMAN

(Russian/American, 1886-1977) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN ART DECO CAP oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated 1938 H40” W30”

(Hungarian/American, 1874-1953) SEATED NUDE oil on panel, unsigned H30” W24”

$200-300

$200-400

(California, 1872-1957) THE AFTERGLOW, GEN’L GRANT, NAT’L PARK (Grant Grove in Kings Canyon National Park, California) oil on canvas, framed, signed & old label on verso H24” W20”

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$100-200

Other Notes: verso incised WC Moore, Pinxt, 1825

Provenance: Property of a Lady

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45 NELLIE KILLGORE KLINGE

46 MAURICE LIBBY

47 SYDNEY LARSON

(American, 1883-1954) STILL LIFE ORANGES AND PEWTER oil on canvas, framed, signed: Nelli M. Killgore H16” W14”

(American, Mid-20th century) PIAZZA SCENE WITH FIGURES oil on canvasboard, framed, signed H22” W27 1/2”

(Missouri, 1923-2009) LIGHTHOUSE AT NIGHT oil on masonite, framed, signed H20” W24”

$100-200

$200-400

$800-1,200

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Art & Antique Gallery, Massachusetts, in 1995 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Antiques and Art, Inc, Umatilla, FL in 2005 Property of a Lady Other Notes: Mr. Larson was a student of Thomas Hart Benton and Fred Shane, and later was known for restoring Benton’s works.

48 HERMAN WINTHROP PEIRCE

49 JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER

50 LAW KWOK KEUNG

(Massachusetts, 1850-1935) WOMAN ON SPINNING WHEEL oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated 1882 H18” W15”

(American, 1834-1903) FREE TRADE WHARF drypoint etching, framed, signed in plate sheet H7 1/8” W10 1/4”

(Chinese, b.1954) MOMENT IN THE SUN oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H39” W30”

$200-300

$700-1,000

$100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of William S. Belser Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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51 STEINWAY MODEL S GRAND PIANO circa 1936, serial no. 283452, American walnut case; L5’1” $4,000-6,000 Provenance: Private collection

52 SPECIAL COMMISSION “RISING SUN ARMCHAIR”, BY STEPHEN D. VAN ORMER circa 1987, parcel-gilt carved mahogany frame and leather upholstered seat; BH60 1/2” SH21” W30 1/2” D22” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Special order from the cabinetmaker Private collection Literature: Accompanied by original newsprint THE SUNDAY NEWS, July 3, 1988 (Section E, pp.1-2) discussing Mr. Van Ormer’s painstaking replication of the chair. Together with the Special Issue of LIFE magazine, fall 1987 celebrating The Constitution. Other Notes: The original “Rising Sun Armchair” was made in Philadelphia by cabinetmaker John Folwell in 1779; it was to be the Speaker’s chair of the Pennsylvania legislature. In May of 1787, the Pennsylvania legislature loaned their room to the men of the Constitutional Convention. The Speaker’s chair was used by George Washington during the four-month session of the Convention, which framed The Constitution of the United States of America. James Madison’s notes of the debates make special mention of Benjamin Franklin’s optimism over the outcome of the Convention: “. . . Doctor Franklin, looking towards the President’s chair, at the back of which a rising sun happened to be painted, observed to a few members near him, that painters had found it difficult to distinguish in their art a rising sun from a setting sun. ‘I have,’ said he, ‘often and often in the course of the Session . . . looked at that behind the President without being able to tell whether it was rising or setting: But now at length I have the happiness to know that it is a rising and not a setting Sun.” In 1987 the Capital Preservation and Legislative Bicentennial Committees of the Pennsylvania General Assembly commissioned Stephen D. VanOrmer to recreate the “Rising Sun Armchair” in celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Constitutional Convention. The present owner of this chair commissioned Mr. Van Ormer to build two additional copies which were made in tandem for him and his brother. This is one of only three examples made by Mr. Van Ormer.

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53 FEDERAL MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE probably New York, circa 1810, rectangular top, D-shaped drop leaves, long drawers on opposing sides, saber legs with brass casters; H28” W48” D26” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, Inc Private collection Other Notes: Drawer with two old labels, Ginsburg & Levy, Inc., and Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc.

54 FEDERAL SHERATON MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, STAMPED Boston, circa 1825, scrolling brackets supporting mirror above drawers, lower part with configuration of drawers, on rope-twist carved legs and turned feet; center drawer stamped: J.M. Crowley; H62” W41” D20” $1,000-2,000

55 FEDERAL MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD probably New York, circa 1820, shaped backboard above rectangular top, configuration of bottle and cutlery drawers and doors, ending on reeded tapered legs; H45” W51 1/2” D22 1/2” $800-1,200 Provenance: Acquired from Slater Antiques, Atlanta, 1986 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Elizabeth R. Daniel, Chapel Hill, NC in 1987 Property of a Lady Literature: Magazine Antiques, Col. CXXXI, No.3, March 1987. p. 503, illustrated lower right

56 FEDERAL SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

57 FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY CARD TABLE

58 PAIR FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

$500-800

circa 1825, hinged top, chamfered corners, carved baluster pedestal, platform base, and saber legs ending with brass paw casters; H30” W36” D18”

early 19th century, plume-carved and pierced lattice splat, bowed leather-upholstered seat, and tapered legs with spade feet; BH37 1/2” SH18” W22” D20” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$500-800

$600-900

Provenance: Acquired from Francis McNairy Antiques, Savannah, 1987 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

New York, circa 1800; BH33” SH18” W22” D20” (6pcs)

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59 DIMINUTIVE FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

60 FEDERAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE

61 LATE FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

first quarter 19th century, H35 1/2” W36” D19 1/2”

late 19th century, serpentine front and urn-inlaid skirt; H30” W36” D18”

circa 1825, top with one drawer, turned pedestal, splayed legs with casters; H28 1/2” W18 3/4” D14 1/4”

$600-900

$300-400

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

62 FEDERAL STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

64 LATE FEDERAL CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS

pierced splat, bowed leather-upholstered seat, molded tapered legs and spade feet; 2 arm and 4 side chairs, BH39” SH18” W24” D20” (6pcs)

circa 1830, three small over four long graduated drawers and turned feet; H46 3/4” W44 1/4” D21 1/2”

$600-800 Provenance: Private collection

63 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE 19th century, Federal design, top of later date; H81 1/2” W41 1/2” D20” $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

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65 SOUTH CAROLINA HEART PINE AND CHERRY FOUR-POST BED

66 AMERICAN CHERRY AND WALNUT STEPBACK CUPBOARD

York County, early 19th century, framed canopy, turned reeded posts, headboard with scrolling crestrail; H89” W59 3/4” L82 1/2”

circa 1800, molded crown, raised panel doors, above drawers, doors and shaped feet; H84 1/2” W43” D18 1/2”

mid 19th century, tombstone panels painted with figures and flowers, centering heart-shaped motif and initials AWN; H31” W44” D23”

$700-900

$300-500

$500-800

Provenance: Acquired from Slater Antiques, Atlanta, 1984 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

mid 19th century, H26” Dia.24”

69 DIMINUTIVE CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY RECAMIER

70 STEPHEN D. VAN ORMER CABINET SHOP, MAHOGANY BIRDCAGE TILT-TOP TABLE

$200-300

BH32” SH15” L64” D19”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

Strasburg, Pennsylvania, in the Federal Queen Anne style, unmarked; H28” Dia.21”

Provenance: Estate of Aubrey Hancock

$300-500

Provenance: McKissick/Dial family to the Belser family

68 CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

67 AMERICAN PAINTED-PINE DOWER CHEST

Provenance: Private collection

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71 STEPHEN D. VAN ORMER CABINET SHOP, CHERRY HANGING CORNER CABINET

72 STEPHEN D. VAN ORMER CABINET SHOP, TIGER MAPLE BIRDCAGE TILT-TOP TABLE

73 STEPHEN D. VAN ORMER CABINET SHOP, MAHOGANY LOWBOY

Strasburg, Pennsylvania, Federal style with molded crown, arched panel door, label on back; H54” W33” D19” $400-600

Strasburg, Pennsylvania, in the Queen Anne style with molded piecrust top, baluster pedestal, saber legs, padded snake feet, marked on underside; H28” Dia.32”

Strasburg, Pennsylvania, in the Federal Queen Anne style with molded top, configuration of drawers, cabriole legs with pad feet, signed and dated 1983; H29 1/2” W34” D21 1/2”

Provenance: Private collection

$400-600

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

74 CHARLES A. FRASER (ATTRIBUTED TO OR CIRCLE OF)

75 THOMAS SULLY (AFTER)

76 ALFRED HUTTY

(South Carolina, 1782-1860) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN watercolor, in later frame, inscribed on verso: Charles Fraser, Pinxt, Professor S.H. Dickson, Charleston, SC. H3 1/3” W2 3/8”

(Pennsylvania, 1783-1872) PORTRAIT OF ABBY ANN KING TURNER VAN PELT oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H36” W28” $200-400

(South Carolina/New York, 1877-1954) YOUNG LADY IN HER GARDEN (and verso with landscape) watercolor, framed, signed on verso sight H16” W21”

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Private collection

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Private collection Literature: Severens, Martha. Charles Fraser of Charleston, 1983. pp.37-8, 139; account book entry p.21 listed Dr. Dickson for a landscape

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77 ANTOINETTE FRANCESCA RHETT

78 ALFRED HUTTY

79 EDMUND K. YAGHJIAN

(South Carolina, 1884-1964) two works: ON MEETING ST and STAIRWAY ON GLEBE ST etchings, framed, signed, titled and located Charleston, SC plate H4” W4 1/2” (2pcs)

(South Carolina, 1877-1954) PALMETTOS, 1932 drypoint, framed, signed & numbered 3/50 image H10 1/2” W8 1/4”

(South Carolina, 1903-1997) HUGER STREET WATER TOWERS circa 1955 acrylic on artistboard, framed, signed H16” W26”

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,500

$800-1,200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Literature: Arnold, Sara. The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty, 2012. p.146

Literature: Waites. Edmund Yaghjian: A Retrospective, 2007. pp.19, 50-51, illustrates related pen and ink drawing and lacquer painting of this same location

Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by the aforementioned volume.

80 EDMUND K. YAGHJIAN

81 JUNE POWELL

82 MARGARET CARTER

(South Carolina, 1903-1997) COME TO SEE THE NEW BORN KING acrylic on board, framed, signed, and titled on verso H30 1/2” W24”

(Georgia, 1939-2018) SUNFLOWERS IN BLUE AND WHITE JAR oil on canvas, framed, signed H40” W40”

(South Carolina, 20th century) ROOF TOPS watercolor, framed, signed sight H14 1/2” W19 1/2”

$1,000-2,000

$500-800

$200-300

Provenance: Edmund Yaghjian Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Shaland Hill, St. Simons Island, in 1993 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

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83 CLARK MILLS

84 DONALD G. ANDERSON

85 NANCY OPPENHEIMER-SMOLEN

86 ANGELA BRADBURN

(South Carolina/Washington, DC, 1815-1883) BUST OF JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN plaster cast, incised on verso H9 1/2” W5 1/4” D4”

(South Carolina, 20th century) VIEW OF ST. PHILIP’S pastel, framed, signed sight H16” W11”

(South Carolina, 20th/21st century) LATE AFTERNOON LIGHT pastel, framed, signed, labels on verso sight H16” W18 1/2”

(South Carolina, 20th/21st century) NOVEMBER watercolor, framed, signed sight H21 1/2” W28 1/2”

$300-500

$300-500

$100-200

$100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

87 CAREW RICE

88 SILHOUETTES, BY RICE AND BENNETT

89 WILLIAM TYLEE RANNEY (AFTER)

(South Carolina, 1899-1971) IN THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOWCOUNTRY RICEFIELD, 1966 handcut silhouette, framed, signed, titled & dated sight H6 1/2” W9 5/8” accompanied by two cut-velvet examples: WILDFOWL IN SOUTH CAROLINA LOWCOUNTRY and INLET, framed; and author-signed book: A SELECTION OF SONGS & SCISSOR-CUT SILHOUETTE LOWCOUNTRY ARTISTRY. (4pcs)

Carew Rice (South Carolina, 1899-1971), and Frances Bennett (mid 20th century) PROFILE PORTRAITS OF CHILDREN, each similarly framed, signed & dated 1964, 1967 and 1969; framed H7 3/4” W5 3/4” (3pcs) $100-200

(New York, 1813-1857) MARION CROSSING THE PEDEE [PEE DEE], 1851 engraving, framed, published by the American Art Union, New York, engraved by C. Burt, and printed by J. Dalton sight H12” W15 3/4”

Provenance: Southern collection

$300-500 Provenance: Southern collection

$500-900 Provenance: Private collection

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90 RARE SOUTHERN FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY

91 RARE SOUTHERN FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY, SONDLEY COLLECTION

92 RARE SOUTHERN FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY, FRENCH EDITION

THE HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTION OF SOUTH-CAROLINA, FROM A BRITISH PROVINCE TO AN INDEPENDENT STATE. Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1785. Volumes include five folding maps and half-titles; maps include: South Carolina and Parts Adjacent [slight tear in margin]; A Sketch of Charleston Harbour; A Sketch of the Situations & Stations of the British Vessels, under the command of Sir Peter Parker on the attack upon Fort Moultrie; Plan of the Siege of Charleston; and Plan of the Investment of York & Gloucester, by the Allied Armies. Both volumes were inscribed “To Mr. Hole [Houle?], with the most respectful Compli[men]ts & as a mark of the respect of his very Humble Serv[en]t the author Nephew John Ramsay.” Like his uncle, John Ramsay (1768-1828), graduated with a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania (1787) and moved to South Carolina. He was the son of David Ramsay’s brother William Montgomery Ramsay (1732-1771) and his wife Sarah Seeley Smith Ramsay (1738-1801). (2vls)

THE HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTION OF SOUTH-CAROLINA, FROM A BRITISH PROVINCE TO AN INDEPENDENT STATE. Trenton: Printed by Isaac Collins, 1785. Including five folding maps: South Carolina and Parts Adjacent [slight tear in margin]; A Sketch of Charleston Harbour; A Sketch of the Situations & Stations of the British Vessels, under the command of Sir Peter Parker on the attack upon Fort Moultrie [slight tear in margin]; Plan of the Siege of Charleston; and Plan of the Investment of York & Gloucester, by the Allied Armies. Full leather binding with gilded armorial of William Stuart; Sondley Reference Library bookplate, and handwritten annotation: F.A. Sondley, Esq. Asheville, N.C. Sept. 1st, 1889, 2 vols, 5$. (2vls)

HISTOIRE DE LA REVOLUTION D’AMERIQUE (translated from English, History of the American Revolution, in relation to South Carolina) Paris: Chez Frouille, 1787. In two volumes, with five folding maps, leather bindings. The maps were redrawn and labeled in French for this edition. (2vls)

$1,000-2,000

Other Notes: Sir William Stuart (1798-1874), a noted British book collector who accumulated a large library at Tempsford Hall, his home in Bedfordshire. After his death, a portion of his extensive collection was sold at auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge in 1875, and in 1895 an other group of volumes was auctioned by Christie, Manson & Wood. The sales realized over 4,296.00 GBP, over $700,000 in today’s currency. Many books from the auctions were purchased by the Royal Library at Windsor, and remain an essential part of the Royal Collection. The remainder of the books and library lost in the 1898 fire at Tempsford Hall, Bedfordshire. Forster Alexander Sondley (1816-1897), a prominent Asheville attorney, was a passionate book collector and amassed some 40,000 volumes during his lifetime. In his will, Sondley bequeathed his library to the City of Asheville.

Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: David Ramsay (1749-1815) was an American physician, public official, and historian from Charleston, South Carolina. He was one of the first major historians of the American Revolutionary War. During the Revolution he served in the South Carolina legislature until he was captured by the British. After his release he served as a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1782-1783 and again in 1785-1786. Afterwards he served in the State House and Senate until retiring from public service. He was murdered in 1815 by a mentally ill man whom Ramsay had examined as a physician. Ramsay’s “History of the American Revolution” was one of the first and most accomplished histories to appear in the aftermath of that event.

$500-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Sir William Stuart F.A. Sondley Private collection

93 RARE FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY, SONDLEY COLLECTION HISTORY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT IN 1670, TO THE YEAR. Charleston: David Longworth, 1809. In two volumes, with two folding maps, Sondley Reference Library bookplate (2vls) $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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94 RARE FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Philadelphia: Aitken & Son, 1789. In two volumes, leatherbound, bookplate and signed by previous owner (2vls) $600-900 Provenance: Sarah Marshall (probably 1789-1814) George Institute Library collection Acquired from William Reese Co, Connecticut, in 1999 Private collection

95 RARE FIRST EDITION BOOKS: DAVID RAMSAY, HEYWARD GIBBES COLLECTION HISTORY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT IN 1670, TO THE YEAR. Charleston: David Longworth, 1809. In two volumes, with two folding maps, J. Heyward Gibbes bookplate (2vls) $600-900 Provenance: Dr James Heyward Gibbes (1888-1962) Private collection

96 RARE FIRST EDITION BOOK: ROBERT MILLS STATISTICS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, INCLUDING A VIEW OF ITS NATURAL, CIVIL, AND MILITARY HISTORY, GENERAL AND PARTICULAR. Charleston: Hurlbut and Lloyd, 1826. Three-quarter leather binding in later protective case/box. Inscribed in ink R. Means Davis, Columbia, SC March 25, 1893 $100-200 Provenance: Robert Means David Private collection

Other Notes: Robert Means Davis (1849-1904) was a history and political economy professor at the University of South Carolina for many years before his death.

97 RARE LIMITED EDITION & SIGNED BOOKS: DAVID KOHN INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS IN SOUTH CAROLINA 1817-1828. Washington: Privately printed, 1938. With numbered dustjackets 204/400, and 273/400 (2vls) $100-200 Provenance: Private collection

98 BAEU AND BELLIN MAPS: VIRGINIA TO FLORIDA AND OTHER CAROLINA Willem Blaeu, VIRGINIAE PARTIS AUSTRALIS, ET FLORIDAE PARTIS ORIENTALIS, INTERJACENTIUMQ REGIONUM NOVA DESCRIPTIO; (published, Amsterdam, c.1638); hand-colored engraving, framed, sight H16 1/2” W21 1/2” Jacques-Nicolas Bellin, CARTE DE LA CAROLINE ET GEORGIE; (published, Paris, c.1757) hand-colored engraving, framed, sight H9” W13” (2pcs) $700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

Literature: Cummings, William P. THE SOUTHEAST IN EARLY MAPS, 2014. pp.144-5, fig.41

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99 RARE FIRST EDITION SEA CHART MAP, FREDERIK DE WIT (Dutch, 1629-c.1706) published Amsterdam, circa 1675, De Wit’s map of the Western Atlantic, Northeastern Coast of North America and part of South America and the Caribbean, from his Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee Atlas; titled: TERRA NOVA, AC MARIS TRACTUS CIRCA NOVAM FRANCIAM, ANGLIAM, BELGIUM, VENEZUELAM NOVAM ANDALUSIAM, GUIANAM ET BRASILIAM / TERRA NEUF, EN DE CUSTEN VAN NIEUW VRANCKRYCK, NIEU ENGELAND, NIEU NEDERLAND, NIEU ANDALUSIA, GUIANA EN VENEZUELA. With later hand coloring, contained within frame, sight H19 1/2” W23” $400-700 Provenance: Private collection


Lockwood, Luke Vincent. THE PENDLETON COLLECTION. Rhode Island: The Rhode Island School of Design, 1904. Original full leather, signed Adams NY, limited numbered edition 110/160 copies, includes 103 plates of furniture and decorations spanning 1690-1790 $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

104 LEATHERBOUND BOOK AND GOLD LIMITED EDITION ITALIAN BENITO MUSSOLINI 100 EARLY MAP: SOUTH AMERICA, BY JOHN OGILBY

101 MAP OF AMERICA, BY G & J CARY

published, London, circa 1671, titled: PERU (America: Being the Latest, and Most Accurate Description of the New World); with later hand coloring, framed, sight H13” W15”

London, dated 1828, A NEW MAP OF AMERICA EXHIBITING ITS POLITICAL DIVISIONS, colored engraving, framed, sight H20” W25”

$150-250

$100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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103 RARE FIRST EDITION BOOK: THE PENDLETON COLLECTION AT RISD

Mussolini, Vittorio. LA MIA VITA SEGRETA, CON 58 LETTERE AUTOGRAFE ORIGINALI E INEDITE SCRITTE DAL DUCE DEL FASCISMO SU QUESTIONI RIGUARDANDI LA SUA VITA PRIVATA NELL’ARCO DI TEMPO INTERCORRENTE FRA IL 1913 E IL FATALE 1945, #1477/1999. Dino Editori, 1983; together with: Mussolini, Edda Ciano. lL TESTAMENTO DI MIO PADRE BENITO, #732/ 1999. Dino Editori, 1989; both within original book slips (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Southern private collection

105 RARE FIRST ENGLISH EDITION BOOK: ANDRE DACIER THE LIFE OF PYTHAGORAS, WITH HIS SYMBOLS AND GOLDEN VERSES. London: Jacob Tonson, 1707. Leatherbound cloth binding $100-200 Provenance: Private collection

102 RARE BOOK: AMELIA EARHART, AUTHOR’S AUTOGRAPHED EDITION

106 RARE FIRST EDITION: DAVID RAMSAY TRIBUTE, DAVID KOHN COLLECTION

first edition, 20HRS 40MINS: OUR FLIGHT ON THE FRIENDSHIP. New York: G.P. Putnum’s Sons, 1928, author and publisher signed limited edition no. 143/150, in 374 pages; gilded lettering, red cloth and marbled boards; inside cover with small American flag flown on her flight in the Friendship. Accompanied by 1937 newspaper clipping reporting news of Amelia’s disappearance.

AN EULOGIUM UPON BENJAMIN RUSH, M. D. PROFESSOR OF THE INSTITUTES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND OF CLINICAL PRACTICE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia: Bradford & Inskeep, 1813. Paste frontboard and advertisement backboard, David Kohn bookplate

$1,000-1,500

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: David Kohn (1880-1973) Private collection

Other Notes: Amelia M. Earhart (1897-1937) the pioneering American aviator and author was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. Amelia set out to journal flight onboard the Friendship flight from Trepassey Harbor, Newfoundland, Canada to Woolston in Southampton, England; as she became the first female passenger on a transatlantic flight in 1928. The book combines actual flightlog entries, as well as recollections and adventures in aviation. WWW.CHARLTONHALLAUCTIONS.COM

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T HURSDAY 16 S EPTEMBER 107 SEMI-ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

108 HERIZ PATTERN CARPET

109 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET

110 TURKISH SERAPI STYLE CARPET

probably Turkish, 7’2” x 9’10”

5’ x 10’2”

6’2” x 8’1”

circa 1960, 6’ x 8’10”

$300-600

$400-700

$400-600

$500-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

111 ANTIQUE CAUCASIAN KAZAK CARPET

112 ANTIQUE BAKHTIARI CARPET

113 ANTIQUE PERSIAN CARPETS

114 MOROCCAN CARPET

circa 1945, 3’11” x 4’5”

circa 1930, 4’10” x 6’ $300-400

early 20th century, Sarouk 2’7” x 4’1”, and Hamadan 2’8” x 4’8” (2pcs)

5’7” x 8’6”

$300-500

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-400

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Acquired from Frederica Antiques, St. Simons Island, in 1989 Property of a lady

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115 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN SHIRAZ CARPET

116 TURKISH TRIBAL CARPET

118 TURKISH SERAPI STYLE CARPET

4’2” x 5’4”

117 SEMI-ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER

3’1 x 5’9”

$200-400

circa 1945, 3’7” x 11’1”

$200-400

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

$400-700

Provenance: Private collection

2’9” x 10’8”

Provenance: Property of a Southern Gentleman

119 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER

120 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER

121 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER

circa 1935, 3’2” x 14’4”

circa 1945, 3’2” x 9’1”

circa 1950, 3’5” x 10’5”

$300-600

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: Anonymous collection

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122 ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASES AND VESSELS 1931 molded matte blue vase, H5 1/2” 1931 matte green cream & sugar set, H3 1/4” 1937 matte green vase, H3 1/2” 1939 matte white pitcher, H4 1/2” 1952 gloss blue bowl, Dia.3 3/8” each marked (6pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

124 NATIVE AMERICAN AND CASAS GRANDES POTTERY VESSELS

123 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR 19th century, shaped rim flanked by lug handles on ovoid body; H13” $150-250

$500-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from various galleries from 1980-2000 Property of a Lady

125 CATAWBA POTTERY INDIAN-HEAD VESSEL, SALLIE BROWN BECK

126 NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN DESIGN RUGS

(South Carolina, 1893-1993) navette-form, flanked mask handles, signed: Catawba , S.C. Made by Sallie Beck; H3 1/2” L9 1/2” W3” $100-200

Navajo weaving, mid-century, 3’ x 3’10” 2 Southwestern style, 2’6” x 5’ and 2’7” x 4’ 2 Southwestern ‘Storm’ style, 2’3” x 3’9” and 3’11” x 5’9” (5pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$400-700 Provenance: Private collection

Literature: Blumer, Thomas. Catawba Indian Pottery, 2004. p.80

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Noreen Simplicio lizard vase (Zuni, dated 2000) signed and numbered: 11/100; H7” Dia.6” Santa Clara blackware bowl, unsigned, H3 1/2” Dia.6” Dean & Rita Malie Acoma geometric-pattern jar, signed, H6” Dia.6 1/2” Manuel Rodriguez Guillen multi-color decorated olla, Mata Ortiz; H8 1/2” Dia.7” Mata Oritz Casas Grandes olla (Mexico, 20th c.) signed Ortiz, H8 1/2” Dia.9” (5pcs)

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late 19th/early 20th century, scroll design and female masks; BH32” SH16 1/2” W44 1/2” D15” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

128 CAST-IRON GARDEN BENCH probably English, late 19th/early 20th century, BH38” SH15” W46 1/2” D18” $300-600

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127 PAIR AMERICAN RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CAST-IRON GARDEN BENCHES

Provenance: Private collection

129 NEOCLASSICAL STYLE BRONZE FIGURAL GARDEN URN putt0 astride goat supporting urn, H40 1/2” Dia.18 1/2” $700-900 Provenance: Property of a Lady

130 CAST IRON CAULDRON tri-footed design with handles, marked: AG; H7 1/2” W10” $100-200 Provenance: Property of a Lady

131 PAIR CLASSICAL BRONZE GARDEN URNS ON PEDESTALS

132 BRONZE GARDEN SCULPTURE, AFTER GIOVANNI DE MARTINO

Swan handles and square bases, urns H32” D20”, and pedestals H9” W14” D14” (4pcs)

(Italian, 1870-1935) PESCATORELLO CON GRANCHIO (Fisherman with Crab), unsigned, H42 1/2” W22” D14”

$800-1,200

$600-900

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired in 1987 Property of a Lady

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133 CAST-IRON GARDEN URN

134 ENGLISH CAST-IRON GARDEN URN ON STAND

135 PAIR CAST-IRON GARDEN URNS

probably French, early 20th century, on matching pedestal; H24 1/2” Dia.21” (2pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, Classical design, in four parts; H50” W28” D21”

early 20th century, together with cast-stone pedestals; urns H23” and pedestals H16” W12” D12” (4pcs)

$300-400

$500-700

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

136 REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE

137 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER DISHES AND PLATES

circa 1949, Burgundy pattern comprising: 3 HH knives, L9 1/4” 11 HH knives, L9” 8 spreaders, L5 7/8” 15 forks, L7 1/4” 13 forks, L6 1/2” 10 cocktail forks, L5 1/2” 12 oval soups, L7 3/8” 13 round soups, L6 1/4” 15 iced tea spoons, L7 5/8” 30 teaspoons, L6” 2 gravy ladles, L6 1/2” 2 cream ladles, L5 3/8” 3 pierced serving spoons, L8 1/4” 2 serving spoons, L8 3/8” 1 cold meat fork, L7 3/4” 2 HH master butters, L7” 2-pc HH roast carving set, L13 1/3” 1 tomato server, L8 1/8” 1 jelly server, L6 1/2” 3 sugar shells, L6 1/4” 2 sugar nips, L4 1/4” 2 lemon forks, L5” each marked; and Total 196.0ozT weighable (set)

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16 bread and butter plates, Dia.6” 5 oval dishes, L5” to 9” 8 other dishes, Dia.3 5/8” to 6 3/4” each marked by various makers; and Total 74.1ozT (29pcs) $1,000-1,800 Provenance: Private collection

138 AMERICAN STERLING ICE CREAM SPOONS, AND CONTINENTAL SILVER BERRY SPOON 12 ice cream forks, York pattern by Howard Sterling Co, L4 3/4” 1 figural berry spoon, probably German, L7 3/4” Total 8.7ozT (13pcs) $150-250 Provenance: Private collection

139 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS assembled set of five by Wallace and one Gorham; marked: Sterling, H6 5/8”; and Total 36.5ozT (6pcs)

$3,000-5,000

$600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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140 ENGLISH OR AMERICAN SILVERPLATE SOUP TUREEN

141 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CENTERBOWLS

142 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWLS

Classical bead-and-scroll acanthus on lobed body, unmarked; H12” L15” W9 1/2” $150-250

J.E. Caldwell Poppy pattern, H2 1/2” Dia.11 3/8”; and another by Old Newbury #802 pattern, H2” Dia.12 7/8”; each marked, and Total 34.5ozT (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$600-900

Fisher ‘Revere’ punch bowl, H5” Dia.10 1/8” Old Newbury Crafters #208 shallow bowl, H2 1/2” Dia.8” Woodward & Lothrop ‘Revere’ bowl, H3” Dia.6” each marked; and Total 51.9ozT (3pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$900-1,400 Provenance: Private collection

143 AMERICAN REPOUSSE STERLING SILVER CENTERBOWL AND SERVING PIECES

144 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SERVING DISH AND PLATTER

145 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER PAPERWEIGHT AND NOVELTIES

Baltimore, Maryland, comprising: Kirk & Son bowl, Dia.10”, and two berry spoons, L7 1/2” and 9 1/4”; Stieff serving fork, L8 1/4”; and James R. Armiger Co. tomato server, L8 1/2”; each marked; and Total 27.5ozT (5pcs)

Poole covered vegetable, L12”; and Wallace oval platter, L18” W12 1/2”; and Total 73.0ozT (2pcs) $1,000-2,000

2 Kirk & Son paperweights, owl H1 1/2” and crab L2 1/4”; and two miniature rickshaws, H2 1/2” W1 1/4” L3”; each marked; and Total 8.7ozT (4pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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146 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS assembled set of five Baker-Manchester, H6 3/4”; and seven well-matched, H6 1/2”; each marked: Sterling; and Total 48.8ozT (12pcs) $800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

147 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWLS AND SERVING DISHES

148 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES, GORHAM

Reed & Barton Windsor pattern oblong dish, L11”; Gorham reticulated bowl, Dia.9 1/2”; four round deep bowls, Dia.8” to 9 1/2”; and five oblong trays/dishes, L10 1/4” to 12”; and Total 87.5ozT (11pcs)

3 cream and sugar sets, H3”, 3 1/2”, and 6”; single creamer, H5”, and Newport brandy warmer, L6 1/4”; each marked; and Total 33.9ozT all in (8pcs)

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Private collection

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

151 LUNT STERLING SILVER FLATWARE

149 TIFFANY & CO STERLING SILVER CLARET SPOON, SUGAR CASTER, AND DISH

150 TIFFANY & CO STERLING SILVER KNIVES AND CARVING SET

Richelieu claret spoon, L16 1/2” Classical sugar caster, H6 1/2” bonbon bowl, H2” Dia.4 1/4” each marked; and Total 13.5ozT (3pcs)

circa 1885, English King pattern, comprising: 8 HH steel blunt blade knives, L10 1/8” 4-pc HH and steel carving set marked: Tiffany & Co, Sterling (12pcs)

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

circa 1919, Chateau pattern comprising: 3 HH blunt knives, L9 1/2” 5 spreaders, L5 1/2” 1 fork, L7 1/8” 5 forks, L6” 4 spoons, L7” 6 citrus spoons, L5 5/8” 7 teaspoons, L5 5/8” 6 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2” 5 tablespoons, L8 1/4” 1 cream ladle, L5” 2 serving forks, L6” and 7” 1 sugar spoon, L6” each marked, and Total 41.5ozT weighable (Set) $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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152 REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER TRUMPET VASE engraved initial D on weighted base, marked on base edge, H15 1/2”, and 39.5ozT all in $200-400 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

153 TIFFANY & CO ART DECO STERLING SILVER CENTERBOWL New York, circa 1950, navette-form footed vessel with stylized anthemion handles; marked: Tiffany & Co, Sterling Silver, 23347, M; H4 1/2” L16” W8”, and 27.5ozT $800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection Literature: McFadden, David. Treasures for the Table: Silver From The Chrysler Museum, 1989. pp.48 and 51 (fig.8)

154 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS well-matched associated set by various makers, H6 1/2”, and Total 45.4ozT (8pcs) $500-800 Provenance: Private collection

155 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, BY REED & BARTON

156 MARTINI SHAKER AND PAIR CANDLESTICKS

Massachusetts, dated 1956, Bradford pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H12 1/4” teapot, H10 1/2” covered sugar, H7 1/2” creamer, H6” wastebowl, H3 1/2” associated Reed & Barton silverplate waiter, L29 1/2” marked: Reed & Barton, Sterling, 705, Bradford Total 120.4ozT weighable (6pcs) $1,800-2,400

$200-300

each plated; shaker, 11” and candlesticks, H13” (3pcs) Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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157 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES 5 bowls, H2 1/2” Dia.5 1/4” to H2” Dia.9” 2 trays, Dia.9 1/4” and L12 1/4” 1 beaker, H3 3/4” 1 toothpick holder, H2 1/2” 3 butter pats each marked; and Total 44.1ozT (12pcs) $700-900 Provenance: Private collection

158 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES Gorham, including: 1 Buttercup fish slice, L11 1/2” 1 Lancaster tomato server, L7 1/2” and 4 forks, L7 5/8” 14 Strasbourg teaspoons, L5 3/4” 6 Chrysanthemum teaspoons, L5 5/8” 1 Luxembourg serving spoon, L7 1/8” 1 Spotswood cream ladle, L5 1/8” 2 pcs. Marguerite spoon and fork, L6 7/8” together with 34 other sterling pieces by various makers; and Total 53.5ozT (64pcs)

159 TIFFANY & CO SILVERPLATE KETTLE ON STAND first half 20th century, Neoclassical design with reeded body and winged paw feet; marked: Tiffany & Co, Makers, 6911/110, Silver-Soldered; H13” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

$700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

160 WHITING MFG STERLING SILVER FLATWARE circa 1895, comprising: 6 HH blunt blade knives, L9 1/2” 18 forks, L6 5/8” 6 round soups, L6 3/4” 1 butter pick, L6 1/4” marked: lion with W, and Total 35.5ozT weighable (31pcs) $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

161 INTERNATIONAL STERLING SILVER FIVE-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE in the Wedgwood pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H12 1/2” teapot, H11 1/2” covered sugar, H8” creamer, H6” wastebowl, H4 1/4” each marked: International, Sterling, C311, Wedgwood, Patented; and Total 72.5ozT (5pcs) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Property of a lady

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162 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BASKET AND DISH Gorham reticulated basket, H8” W7 1/2”; and Towle footed dish, H4” L8 3/8”; each marked; and Total 22.6ozT (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Property of a lady


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163 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER PRESENTATION BOWL, OF SOUTHERN INTEREST lobed body and beaded rim design, engraved dedication: Philip H. Gadsden from St. Mary’s Church, Charleston, S.C., Oct. 27, 1897; marked: Towle lion rampant and T, Sterling; H2 1/4” Dia.7 1/2”, and 12.0ozT $300-400 Provenance: Southern collection Other Notes: Philip Henry Gadsden (1867-1945) Born in Charleston, SC, October 4, 1867. Mr. Gadsden was a Lawyer; and was a utilities executive with Charleston Consolidated Railway, Gas & Electric Company, Roanoke Navigation & Water Power Company, and the Charleston Light & Water Company. Gadsden served as a member of the South Carolina state house of representatives, 1893-98; delegate to Democratic National Convention from South Carolina, 1916. Mr. Gadsden was also a Mason, a past chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, a democrat, and a member of the Episcopal Church. In 1895 he married Miss Sallie Pilzer Inglesby, with whom he had two children before she died July 22, 1900. A second wife was named Estelle, with whom he moved to New York City and then later to Philadelphia.

165 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SPOONS AND FORKS Gorham ‘Tipt’ pattern: 6 spoons, L8”; and 6 forks, L7 5/8” International ‘1810’ pattern: 4 forks, L7 1/4” each marked, and Total 26.0ozT (16pcs) $400-600

164 INTERNATIONAL STERLING SILVER CHARGERS AND SHAKERS

Provenance: Private collection

in the Wedgwood pattern, 10 chargers (H458), Dia.11 1/2”; and pair salt and paper shaker set (S30), H6 1/4”; each marked: International, Sterling; and Total 184.0ozT (12pcs) $4,000-6,000 Provenance: Property of a lady

166 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLEWARES

167 TOWLE STERLING SILVER AND INLAID MAHOGANY WAITER, AND TRAY

168 GORHAM STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

$500-800

early 20th century, Towle, L19” W13”, together with English silverplate-mounted inlaid mahogany serving tray, L27” W14” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

dated 1911, unidentified engraved pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H9 1/2” teapot, H9” covered sugar, H8” creamer, H6” wastebowl, H4 1/2” marked: Gorham lion anchor punch, Sterling, pattern number struck through; and Total 75.9ozT all in (5pcs)

Reed & Barton ‘Francis I’ oval bowl, H3” L13” W10”; and Kerr & Co reticulated oval bowl, H2 1/4” L11 1/2” W8 1/2”; each marked, Total 32.9ozT (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Private collection

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169 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS, A.G. SCHULTZ Baltimore, Maryland, circa 1899-1950, marked: Sterling, Schultz punch; H6 1/2”, and Total 72.0ozT (12pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

170 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES Gorham ‘Versailles’ pastry server and master butter, L9” and 7 1/2” Gorham ‘Buttercup’ lettuce fork, L8 3/4” Dominick & Haff ‘Alexandra’ serving spoon, L8 1/4” Towle ‘Cordova’ serving spoon, L6 1/4” International ‘Spring Glory’ HH salad set, L9” Wallace ‘Waverly’ spoon, L7” Whiting ‘Louis XV’ serving spoon, L7 1/2” unidentified serving spoon, L7” Total 18.8ozT weighable (12pcs) $300-500

171 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER DEMITASSE SET, BY WALLACE first half 20th century, reticulated frames with Lenox porcelain liners and saucers, all in original fitted case, H2 1/2”; and approx. 29.0ozT weighable (cased set of 12) $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

173 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CENTERBOWLS dated 1901 and 1953, Gorham A1898M, H2” Dia.12”; and Reed & Barton ‘Francis I’, H2 1/2” Dia.11 1/2”; each marked, and Total 40.0ozT (2pcs) $700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

172 PAIR GOTHIC REVIVAL FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRA circa 1880, elaborate parcel-plated metal frame, accented with anthemion, leaf and scroll designs; H20” Dia.11” (2pcs)

Massachusetts, mid-20th century, in the Georgian Rose pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H10 1/4” teapot, H8 1/4” covered sugar, H7” creamer, H5 1/4” wastebowl, H4” marked: Reed & Barton, Sterling, 670; and Total 85.4ozT (5pcs) $1,500-2,500

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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174 REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER FIVE-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

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175 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER ‘REVERE’ PUNCH BOWLS, BY WALLACE one #4194, H4 3/4” Dia.9 1/2”; the other #4211, H5” Dia.10 1/2”; each marked, and Total 64.7ozT (2pcs) $1,200-1,800 Provenance: Private collection

circa 1948, in the French Provincial pattern, comprising: 6 HH knives, L8 1/2” 6 HH spreaders, L6” 18 forks, L7 1/8” 13 forks, L6 1/4” 25 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 9 cocktail forks 2 serving spoons 2 HH master butters 1 HH pastry server 1 HH bottle opener 2 pickle forks 1 lemon fork 1 relish spoon 2 sugar spoons 1 cream ladle 1 jelly server 2 pierced servers each marked and unengraved, in fitted Towle case Total 104.0ozT weighable (set)

177 REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER LEAF-FORM DISH Massachusetts, dated 1934, highly detailed chased design, marked: R in shield, Sterling, 937; L11 1/4” W10 3/4” and 16.9ozT $250-350 Provenance: Private collection

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176 TOWLE STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

179 GORHAM STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE

New Jersey, circa 1950, Duncan pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H9 3/4” teapot, H8 1/2” covered sugar, H6 1/4” creamer, H5 1/4” wastebowl, H3 1/4” marked: Fisher, Sterling, Footed Duncan Total 80.0ozT (5pcs)

circa 1899, Buttercup pattern, comprising: 12 HH knives, L9 1/2” 4 HH steak knives, L9 1/8” 4 HH steak knives, L8 1/4” 12 flat spreaders, L6” 12 forks, L7 1/2” 12 forks, L6 7/8” 11 forks, L6 1/4” 1 fork, L6 5/8” 8 spoons, L8 1/8” 12 spoons, L7” 15 teaspoons, L5 1/2” 1 teaspoon, L5 7/8” 8 iced teaspoons, L7 1/2” 2-pc HH steak carving set, L13 1/2” in silver chest; marked: Gorham lion and anchor, and some marked by retailer James Allan & Co; and Total 117.7ozT weighable (set)

$1,500-2,000

$1,800-2,400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern private collection

178 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, BY FISHER

180 AMERICAN SILVERPLATE FOOTED WAITER, BY GOLDFEDER H2 1/2” L30 1/2” W19” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection WWW.CHARLTONHALLAUCTIONS.COM

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181 GEORGE SHARP SILVER DESSERT SET

182 GORHAM STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE

183 WHITING MFG STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS

Philadelphia, (Irish-American, 1819-1904), in the Gothic Revival taste with shovel-shaped gilded ends, beaded stem and paneled dome tips, all accented by anthemion motifs, marked: S flanked by lions; 10 spoons, L5 3/4”, and 1 server L11 1/4”; and Total 11.1ozT (11pcs)

circa 1895, Chantilly pattern, comprising: 13 HH knives, L9 1/2” 12 HH knives, L8 3/4” 8 forks, L7 1/2” 8 forks, L7” 7 forks, L6 1/2” 8 round soups, L6 1/4” 26 teaspoons, L5 3/4” marked: lion with anchor; and Total 66.0ozT weighable (82pcs) $1,000-2,000

circa 1880, in the Persian pattern, ice cream or berry spoons, engraved initial M; L5 1/2”, and Total 5.9ozT (10pcs)

185 FINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER MUG, GORHAM & CO

186 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SERVICE DISHES, J.E. CALDWELL

$800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection Literature: Venable, Charles L. SILVER IN AMERICA, 18401940: A CENTURY OF SPLENDOR. New York; Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1994. pp.321-2.

184 GORHAM ‘ST. CLOUD’ PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE Rhode Island, circa 1885, comprising: 12 spoons, L7” 8 forks, L7” 3 spoons, L6” 6 teaspoons, L5 1/2” 1 serving spoon, L7 3/4” each marked: Gorham lion/anchor, Sterling Total 41.0ozT (30pcs)

Provenance: Southern private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Rhode Island, circa 1852-65, shaped handle, extensive country cottage landscape, repousse-chased body, centering vacant cartouche; marked: Gorham lion with anchor, Pure Coin; H3 3/4”, and 7.8ozT $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

Philadelphia, circa 1905, comprising: pair oval, L10 7/8” W8 1/4” pair round, Dia.7 1/4” marked, and the oval engraved: Mary D. Fronheiser, April 26th 1905, and round with initials MDF; Total 33.2ozT (4pcs) $500-800 Provenance: Private collection

$600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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187 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER PITCHER, LEBKUECHER & CO FOR J.E. CALDWELL

188 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER MUG, JB & SM KNOWLES

189 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER ENTREE DISH, BY PETER KRIDER

New Jersey, 1896-1909, Classical form decorated with floral garland held by ribbons; engraved initials FLB; complete marks on base; H10”, and 18.3ozT

Rhode Island, wk.1875-1905, in the Japanesque taste, shaped handle, floral-chased cartouche on hammered ground; marked: Knowles punch, 98, sterling; H3 1/2”, and 5.7ozT

$300-500

$200-300

Philadelphia, circa 1890, bold repousse-chased grapevine design, engraved initials JMW; marked: Krider punch, Sterling, 32-2, W. Kendrick; H6” L10” W7 3/4”, and Total 32.2ozT

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Private collection

190 STERLING SILVER THREE-TIER DESSERT STAND probably Sanborn, in the Spanish Colonial taste, with graduated tiers supported by center stem; marked: Sterling/0.925; H18 1/2” Dia.13 1/4”, and Total 111.4ozT $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

191 MEXICAN STERLING SILVER CENTERBOWL ON STAND, SPRATLING

192 SOUTHERN COIN SILVER LADLE IN ORIGINAL CASE, LARMOUR & CO

Taxco, circa 1965, modern design with cutwork border, marked: William Spratling script and eagle 30 punches; H3” Dia.13 5/8” and on stand H4” Dia.13 5/8”, 30.0 ozT weighable

Baltimore, Maryland, circa 1964-77, ornate bright-cut decorated pattern, engraved initials MMN, marked: COIN, and LARMOUR & CO, case also marked; L7 7/8”, and 1.9ozT

$400-700

$100-200

Provenance: Southern collection

Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a Southern museum to benefit the collections fund

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193 SOUTHERN COIN SILVER FISH SLICE AND SHAKER Louisiana and Maryland, comprising: Hyde & Goodrich fish slice (New Orleans, 1828-61) with highly-decorated flat end, L10” A.E. Warner (Baltimore, wk.1805-70) repousse-chased coin silver shaker, marked: A.E. Warner and 11.2; H5” Total 5.1ozT (2pcs) $250-350

194 GOLD AURENE THREADED AND CRYSTAL VASES, AND DECANTER probably Steuben or Durand, baluster form iridescent glass vessel, unmarked; H7”; Rogaska crystal vase, H8”, and unmarked decanter, H13” (3pcs) $100-200 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern collection

195 AIR TWIST GLASS STEMS probably Colonial Williamsburg Airtwist pattern by Foreign Advisory Crystal, comprising: 8 water goblets, H7 7/8” 8 wine goblets, H6 1/2” 8 champagne coupes, H5 3/4” unmarked (24pcs) $400-700 Provenance: Private collection

196 RARE PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE CONSOLES DESSERTE, MANNER OF GEORGES KINTZ 19th century, pierced brass gallery, gray-veined white marble top, outturned corners, two drawers, fluted tapered legs and feet on brass caps, joined by platform stretcher base; H34” W43” D17” (2pcs) $4,000-7,000 Provenance: Acquired from Paul Martini, Inc., New York, 1987 Property of a Lady

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197 SUITE OF LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD SEAT FURNITURE

198 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR

late 19th century, finely upholstered, comprising: canape BH41” SH24” W51” D26”; four side chairs BH38” SH18” W19” D19” (5pcs)

19th century, pierce carved crestrail, padded armrest, bowed front, and tapered legs; BH39 1/2” SH22” W25” D25” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000

$800-1,200

Provenance: Acquired from Miami Circle, Atlanta, in 1998 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Miami Circle, Atlanta, in 1998 Property of a Lady

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Other Notes: En suite with lot 197

199 DUTCH INLAID MIXED-WOOD CABINET ON CHEST late 18th/early 19th century, arched molded crown, fitted interiors, breakfront lower part with three drawers, on bun feet; mixed wood, walnut and oak; H78” W43” D20 1/2”

200 NORTHERN EUROPEAN CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR

$500-800

last half 19th century, upholstered back and seat carved caryatid handrest, pierced carved and turned stretcher, on stylized floral carved feet; BH44” SH21” W26” D25”

Provenance: Private collection

$1,000-2,000

201 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY JARDINIERE 19th century, oval metal-lined basin in ornate frame with cabriole legs; H29” W39 1/2” D25 1/2” $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simon’s Island, in 2001 Property of a Lady

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202 RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL BRASS-BOUND BIRCH WRITING DESK late 18th/early 19th century, rectangular top, frieze with short drawers on all four sides, tapered legs with brass feet; H31 1/2” W37 1/4” D24 1/2” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Acquired from Joseph Blount of Wynfield House, Atlanta Property of a Lady

205 CONTINENTAL INLAID WALNUT MECHANICAL SEWING STAND

203 ITALIAN INLAID WALNUT SIDE CHEST late 18th century, molded-edge top, serpentine front with three drawers, shaped skirt and bracket feet; H35 1/2” W29 1/2” D14” $800-1,200 Provenance: Acquired from Kipling Gallery, Atlanta, in 1987 Property of a Lady

206 LOUIS XV PROVINCIAL OAK ARMOIRE

204 PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIRS late 19th/early 20th century, BH38” SH20” W30” D30” (2pcs) $800-1,200 Provenance: Acquired from Place Vendome, Atlanta, in 1998 Property of a Lady

207 FRENCH ART DECO WROUGHT-IRON SIDE TABLE, ATTRIBUTED TO EDGAR BRANDT

late 19th century, H28 1/2” Dia.16”

late 18th century, carved molded crown, raised panel doors and cabriole legs with scroll feet; H94” W63” D26”

$300-400

$800-1,200

(Paris, 1880-1960), rectangular top on ornate metalwork base; H24” W15 1/2” D13 1/2”

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Acquired from Kipling Gallery, Houston, in 1987 Property of a Lady Literature: Kahr, Joan. Edgar Brandt: Master of Art Deco Ironwork, 1999.

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208 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED BEECHWOOD CHAISE LONGUE

209 FRENCH PAINTED AND FAUX MARBLE COMMODE

second half 19th century, carved lamb’s tongue and bead frame, on fluted legs; BH33” SH18” W59” D26”

$500-700

early 20th century, with two drawers; H35” W45” D22” Provenance: Private collection

$400-700

210 ITALIAN WROUGHT-IRON AND MARBLE CONSOLE TABLE late 19th/early 20th century, breakfront black and gold marble, supported on ornate frame with mask and floral designs; H32” W42 1/2” D14 1/2” $700-1,000

Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simon’s Island, in 1999 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simon’s Island, in 2005 Property of a lady

211 FRENCH EMPIRE PARCEL-GILT CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR

212 CONTINENTAL STYLE CARVED WALNUT CONSOLE TABLE

first quarter 19th century, carved dolphin armrests and paw feet, bronze mounts; BH35 1/2” SH17” W23” D25”

dolphin pedestal, stamped: FB CO, 1919; H32” W54” D24”

second half 19th century, hinged top, fluted door, molded base on casters; H34” Dia.18”

$700-1,000

$400-600

$500-700

Provenance: Acquired from Antiques of Vinings, Georgia, in 1997 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Descended through the Heyward family to the Belser family

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213 FRENCH MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINET

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214 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR

215 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD CANAPE

late half 19th century, floral basket carved toprail, bowed seatrail and fluted legs; BH45” SH21” W29” D27” $600-900

late 18th century, arched crestrail with scrolling ends; serpentine front, cabriole legs, upholstered in silk; BH36” SH16” W76” D26”

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$600-900 Provenance: Acquired from Battaglini Corp, Miami Beach, in 2002 Property of a Lady

217 PAIR DIMINUTIVE ITALIAN CARVED GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLES late 19th century, D-shape top, pierced skirt, dolphin pedestal and feet; H33 1/4” W15 1/2” D9 1/2” (2pcs) $700-900 Provenance: Acquired from Connoisseur Galleries, Atlanta, in 1996 Property of a Lady

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218 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR second half 19th century, arched crestrail, winged side rest, bowed seatrail, fluted legs; BH47” SH21” W29” D26” $500-800 Provenance: Acquired from ADAC, Atlanta in 1989 Property of a lady

216 FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND WIRE WORK BASKET ON STAND late 19th century, green painted patina; H33” W19” D15” $300-500 Provenance: Acquired from Hastings House, Essex, CT, in 1989 Property of a Lady

219 CONTINENTAL WROUGHT-IRON AND MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE probably French, early 20th century, gray and white marble, serpentine front, scroll and floral work frame on cabriole legs; H31” W51 1/4” D17 1/2” $400-600 Provenance: Acquired from Architectural Accents, Atlanta, in 1997 Property of a Lady

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220 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED WOOD AND MARBLE CONSOLE TABLE

221 NAPOLEON III STARBURST INLAID MARBLETOP SIDE TABLE

late 19th century, shaped top with mottled rouge marble, supported by carved garland swags and fluted tapered legs, joined by urn mounted stretcher; H34” W33” D17”

H27 1/2” W18 1/4” D18 1/4”

late 19th century, serpentine front, two drawers, on hoof feet; H33” W36 1/2” D15 1/2”

$300-500

$600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

224 VERNIS MARTIN STYLE BRONZE-MOUNTED MAHOGANY VITRINE

225 CONTINENTAL WROUGHT-IRON AND MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE

circa 1900, with marble top and brass gallery; H59 3/4” W24 1/2” D12 3/4”

early 20th century, serpentine front on scrolling floral base; H31 1/2” W33” D15”

$400-600

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$400-700

222 DIMINUTIVE PAINTED COMMODE

Provenance: Property of a Lady

223 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED BEECH WOOD OTTOMAN late 19th/20th century, upholstered with tassels; H21” W28” D28” $400-600 Provenance: Acquired from Travis Antiques, Atlanta, in 2000 Property of a Lady

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226 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE CRAVED GILTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS 18th/19th century, upholstered back and seat, bowed seatrail and tapered legs; BH36 1/2” SH18” W21” D21” (2pcs) $300-400

227 CONTINENTAL MIXED WOOD TETE-A-TETE 19th/20th century, faux-skin upholstered; BH27” SH14” W53” D24” $300-400

early 20th century, marble top, brass gallery and bow front; H57 3/4” W26” D13”

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

229 RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT CABINET

230 LOUIS XV STYLE PAINTED CHAIRS

late 19th century, scrolling floral panel door, figural columns, and scrolling feet; H43” W35” D19” $500-800

late 19th/early 20th century, painted frames with tufted upholstery, one arm and two side chairs; BH39 1/2” SH18” W27” D22” (3pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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228 LOUIS XVI STYLE BRONZE-MOUNTED MAHOGANY VITRINE

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231 LOUIS XV PROVINCIAL CARVED WALNUT FOOTSTOOL 19th century, upholstered in silk; H11” W27” D12” $200-300 Provenance: Acquired from Antiques & Interiors, St. Simon’s Island, in 1994 Property of a Lady


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232 PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED WALNUT AND MARBLE TOP SIDE TABLES

233 LOUIS XVI STYLE INLAID KINGWOOD DRESSING TABLE

234 DIMINUTIVE LOUIS XV STYLE PAINT-DECORATED VITRINE TABLE

early 20th century, rouge and gray mottled marble inset tops; H28” W21” D17” (2pcs)

with hinged mirrored top, H28 1/2” W23 1/4” D15”

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

beveled glass-inset hinged top, serpentine front and sides, cabriole legs, with ormolu mounts and interior with tufted silk lining; H29” W17 1/4” D13”

$200-300

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$200-400 Provenance: Private collection

235 AUSTRIAN LEATHER-INSET MAHOGANY BED STEPS

237 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR

19th century, H19” W23” D20 1/2”

236 CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD AND FAUX MARBLE PAINTED PEDESTAL

$200-300

late 19th century, H16 1/2” W24 1/2” D32 1/2”

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

Provenance: Acquired from Atlanta Galleries, in 1987 Property of a lady

Provenance: Private collection

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late 18th century, BH38” SH16” W24” D20”

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238 DIMINUTIVE LOUIS PHILIPPE MAHOGANY CABINET first half 19th century, H31” W32” D20” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

241 CONTINENTAL WALNUT WORK TABLE 19th century, butterfly drop leaves, two drawers, pullout work surface; H27” W15” D21 1/2”

late 19th century, BH38” SH19” W27” D25”

$200-300

$150-250

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

239 FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE MARBLETOP CONSOLE TABLE first half 20th century, with bronze mounts; H27” W41 3/4” D17 3/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

240 CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED PEDESTAL KNEEHOLE DESK probably French, third quarter 19th century, leather-inset writing surface, nine-drawer configuration on molded base; H29 3/4” W57” D31 1/4” $500-700 Provenance: Private collection

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242 FRENCH VICTORIAN CARVED BEECHWOOD ARMCHAIR

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243 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK, BALLIMAN 19th century, young lady with parasol and hat carving initials in tree, centering enameled circular dial painted Roman numeral hours, signed Balliman/Rue de Bussy No. 22; silk suspension works marked Japy Freres, raised on stepped rectangular base raised on scrolled acanthus feet; H17” W13” D4 1/2”

244 FRENCH EMPIRE GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK

245 LOUIS XVI STYLE BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, VENCENTI & CIE

circa 1810, Apollo seated atop plinth inset with dial, works marked: ACD, 1773, 6-2; H15” W10” D3 3/4” $700-1,000

mid 19th century, gilded mounts of cherub, swags and ribbons, centering enameled dial with silk suspension works, marked; H18” W12 1/2” D4”

Provenance: Private collection

$800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady

246 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK

247 FRENCH BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, RETAILED BY HARRIS & HARRINGTON

248 SEVRES BISQUE PORCELAIN FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK

circa 1905, floral urn and architectural Neoclassical case with beveled glazed panels, works marked: H&H, 5091, Made in France; H18” W12” D5 1/4”

second half 19th century, young woman tending to bird’s nest, marked; H10” W8” D5”

$800-1,200

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Daniel Bibb Collection Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property from a Texas Estate

19th century, seated personification astronomy, accompanied by her instruments, aloft case stepped base with figural frieze depicting the arts and sciences, adorned by anthemion and acanthus motifs; H19 1/2” W14” D5 1/2”

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$300-500

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249 NAPOLEON III BRASS MANTEL CLOCK

250 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK

251 CHARLES X BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURAL CLOCK

252 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK

first quarter 19th century, seated lady with outstretched arm, atop plinth inset with dial with silk suspension works; H16” W11 1/4” D4 3/8”

first quarter 19th century, bronze bust of Socrates atop yellow marble pedestal, inset with clock with silk suspension works; H21 3/4” W8” D7”

19th century, mantel clock H17 1/2” W9”; together with pair gilt-metal Classical female figures, H15 3/4” (3pcs)

$500-900

$600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

253 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE AND BRASS MANTEL CLOCK

254 CHARLES X BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURAL CLOCK

255 LOUIS XV STYLE GILT-BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, MARTI & CIE

256 BLACK FOREST BRONZE GOTHIC REVIVAL WALL CLOCK BY LENZKIRCH

19th century, silk suspension movement, marked: LD, 1285, B381; mounted on later wood base; H14” W9” D4 3/8”

first quarter 19th century, putto amidst waves atop marble column inset with clock; H19” W7 3/4” D7 3/4”

Paris, 19th century, works marked; H12” W8 1/2” D5 1/2”

$300-400

$800-1,200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

German, circa 1875, intricate architectural piercework case with Gothic motifs, centering enameled dial; works marked: Lenzkirch, AG, and serial no. 467412; H33” W11” D4 1/4” $300-500

late 19th century, urn and dolphin mounts centering enameled dial, works marked: 7300; H14” W11 1/2” D8” $400-700 Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Aubrey Hancock

Literature: Lenzkirk Uren. 1851-2001 (150 Jahre). Aus der Geschichte einer bemerkenswerten Uhrmacherzeit.

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257 GUSTAV BECKER MAHOGANY BEEHIVE CLOCK

258 FRENCH AUBUSSON CARPET

259 FRENCH AUBUSSON CARPET

early 20th century, works marked: crown over GB; H14 1/2” W10 1/2” D7 1/2”

20th century, 9’8” x 14’9”

late 19th/early 20th century, 8’8” x 12’1”

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,500

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simon’s Island, in 2000 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simons Island Property of a Lady

260 AUBUSSON STYLE CARPET

261 VINTAGE MOROCCAN CARPET

262 INDIAN AUBUSSON CARPET

8’8” x 11’7”

late 20th century, 5’6” x 7’10”

9’11” x 13’9”

$400-600

$400-700

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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263 FRANCOIS DUQUESNOY (MANNER OF) (Flemish, 1594-1643) SLEEPING CUPID carved Carrara marble, unsigned H13” W21 1/2” D11 1/2” $3,000-5,000 Provenance: Gift from Napoleon to his sister Elisa Bonaparte (1777-1820) Estate of Countess Camerata (1806-1869) Franceschini Pitri (1835-1915) Acquired from Osenat (Pietri collection, 1 Apr. 2012, Lot 38) Private collection Other Notes: See similar example Christie’s-London (17 Dec 2020, Lot 226)

264 MATHURIN MOREAU (AFTER)

265 MARIUS-JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIE

266 AUGUSTO RIVALTA

(French, 1822-1912) pair of works: NIGHT AND DAY carved marble sculptures of Classical women with cherubs, unsigned H71” (2pcs)

(French, 1845-1916) DAVID VAINQUEUR DE GOLIATH bronze, cast by Ferdinand Barbedienne, and associated traverine base H24 1/2”

(Italian, 1838-1925) IVAN MAZEPPA, circa 1909 bronze, signed H14 1/2” W17 1/2” D8”

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Shaland Hill Gallery, St. Simons Island, in 1999 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a Southern museum to benefit the collections fund

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$1,000-1,500


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267 JOSEPH LE GULUCHE

268 CARL KAUBA

269 GIUSEPPE BESSI

(French, 1849-1915) LE SOIR, IL ATTEND LE SIGNAL painted terracotta bronze patina H26 1/2”

(Austrian, 1865-1922) DESPERADO bronze on marble base, signed H24” W16”

$300-500

$800-1,200

(Italian, 1857-1922) INSPIRATION alabaster (Castellani marble), signed: Prof. G. Bessi H14”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

270 CARVED MARBLE TIGER ON THE PROWL SCULPTURE H9” W14” D5 3/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

271 FAUSTO BIGGI (AFTER)

272 DAVID PERETZ

273 GASTON SEBIRE

(Italian, 19th century) YOUNG WOMAN WEARING LAMB’S HEAD PELT composite marble, bearing signature H25”

(French, 1906-1982) LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed H36” W48”

(French, 1920-2001) FLORAL BOUQUET IN GLASS VASE oil on canvas, framed, signed H51 1/2” W31 1/2”

$200-400

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: John H. Sykes collection Private collection

Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries Private collection

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274 GASTON SEBIRE

275 GASTON SEBIRE

276 JOHANN ZOFFANY (AFTER)

(French, 1920-2001) PLAGE AU HAVRE oil on canvas, framed, signed H7 1/2” W18 1/2”

(French, 1920-2001) LA PLAGE oil on canvas, framed, signed H29 1/4” W39 3/4”

$800-1,200

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

(German/British, 1733-1810) BEN JONSON’S THE ALCHEMIST (portraying actors David Garrick, Edmund Burton and John Palmer in the scene Jonson’s comedies) oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H28 1/2” W36 1/2” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: The original painting by Zoffany was on offer at Christie’s London, 8th July 2021 (Lot 55), pre-sale estimate £1-1.5-million while our catalogue was being prepared.

277 VITTORE ANTONIO CARGNEL

278 ITALIAN SCHOOL, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY

279 PARISIAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

(Italian, 1872-1931) PORTRAIT OF A BEAUTY, 1901 gouache and watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H21” W17”

VIRGIN MARY oil on hardboard panel, framed, unsigned H22” W18”

pair works: PARIS STREET SCENES oil on canvas, framed, signed illegibly H17” W21” (2pcs)

$200-300

$200-400

$400-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Private collection

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280 EUGENE LE POITTEVIN

281 J. ROLANDS

282 ITALIAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY

(French, 1806-1870) CABARET DU CAMP oil on canvas, framed, inscribed H15 1/4” W18 1/4”

(Dutch, b.1913) STREET SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed H20” W24”

three works: VIEWS OF VENICE oil on board, framed, signed: Osso H27” W19” and H19” W27” (3pcs)

$400-600

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

283 MARCEL MOULY

284 ITALIAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY

285 FRITZ ILG

(French, 1918-2008) STILL LIFE, VIOLIN AND BOOK, circa 1940s oil on panel, framed, signed H21” W30”

THE FORTUNE TELLER oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H19” W16” $300-500

(Austrian, active c.1855) THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN oil on canvas, unframed, signed H18 5/8” W27”

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

Provenance: Galerie Jean Esteve, Paris Private collection

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

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286 LOUIS KRONBERG

287 AUGUSTE-DENIS MARIE RAFFET (ATTRIBUTED TO)

288 ENRICO FELISARI

(American, 1872-1965) PORTRAIT OF WOMAN IN HAT, 1902 oil on canvas, framed, signed H13” 9 3/4”

(French,1804-1860) SAPEUR PREMIERE REPUBLIQUE oil on board, framed, inscribed H15 1/2” W9 1/2”

(Italian, 1897-1981) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN, 1931 oil on canvasboard, framed, signed & dated H12 3/8” W8 1/4”

$300-500

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: verso inscribed: Auguste Raffet, c.1860, another in this series in the Louvre.

289 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

290 ITALIAN SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY

291 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY

KING DAVID PLAYING THE HARP WITH ANGELS DANCING oil on copper, framed, unsigned H8 1/4” W11”

two works: GENOVA etchings, framed, signed illegibly overall H16” W12 1/2” (2pcs)

HARBOR SCENE oil on canvasboard, framed, signed illegibly H11 3/4” W16”

$100-200

$200-300

$200-400

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: inspired by the original, Peter Candid (Pieter de Witte, Pietro Candido) (Netherlandish/German 1548-1628)

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292 SPARTACO LOMBARDO

293 ALLESSANDRO VOLPE (CIRCLE OF)

294 HONORE DAUMIER ‘ACTUALITES’ LITHOGRAPHS

(Italian, b.1958) BALLERINA, oil on canvas, framed, signed H31” W27”

(Italian, 1820-1887) CAPRICCIO LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H23 3/4” W30”

(French, 1808-1879) four works: POLITICAL CARICATURES (plate #615, 669, 690, and 691 from Actualites) lithographs, framed size H18’ W16” (4pcs)

$100-200

$800-1,200

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a Lady

295 HENRY GEORGE MOON (AFTER)

296 HOT AIR BALLOONING PRINTS

three orchid specimen: DENDROBIUM WARDIANUM (J. Mansell); DENDROBIUM MELANODISCUS (G. Leutzsch), and another untitled [HABENARIA CARNEA](from Reichenbachia by Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, 18471920) chromolithographic, framed overall H29 1/2” W23 5/8” (3pcs)

set of three: ASCENT OF JAMES SADLER AT OXFORD, ASCENSION DE MAGAT SUR SON CERF AERONAUTE COCO, and L’AERO-MONTGOLFIERE DENOMMEE TOUR DE CALAIS (from BALLOONS, by Ariel Press, 1956) together with: GLOBE AREOSTATIQUE, DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF SAILING IN THE AIR, and UNTITLED example each framed size H16” W18” to H21” W15 1/4” (6pcs)

297 FINE ENGRAVINGS BY VARIOUS ARTISTS, FROM L’ART

$100-200 Provenance: Acquired from The Little Acorn, Atlanta, in 1987 Property of a Lady

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

Theophile Chauvel (French, 1831-1914) FORET DE FONTAINEBLEAU after Rousseau VILLAGE EN SUEDE after deGegerfelt LA BARQUE after Dupre Charles-Jean-Louis Courtry (French, 1846ñ97) EN NORMANDIE after Troyon Louis Lucas (fl.1878-8) DON ANTONIO THE ENGLISHMAN after Velazquez Augustin Mongin (French, 1843-1911) THE GYPSE after Hals and others see website for details from H19” W21 1/2” to H14” W20”, framed as set (11pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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298 EDOUARD CASIMIR ARTHUR FLAMENT (French, 1871-1943) two works: PORTRAITS OF WOMEN charcoal and watercolor, framed, one signed sight H12 1/2” W9” and H17” W12” (2pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Private collection

299 CARLO BISCARETTI DI RUFFIA (Italian, 1879-1959) ANISETTA EVANGELISTI LIQUORE DA DESSERT lithograph poster, framed, marked & dated 1925 sight H31 1/2” W23” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

300 PORTFOLIO: HELLENIC NATIONAL COSTUMES, WITH DEDICATION

first edition 1948, numbered 43/300, published in Athens by Benaki Museum, text in English, Greek and French panels, color plate costumes by Nicolas Sperling, sheet H20” W13 7/8” (1 folio) $400-600 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

301 SCANDINAVIAN CARVED GILTWOOD AND PAINTED MIRROR probably Danish, last half 18th century, scrolling pierce-carved griffin and trumpet pediment, molded and painted frame with gilded garlands; H64” W23” D2” $3,000-5,000

Other Notes: The dedication reads: To United State Secretary, Mr. Snyder, This ?? of Greece, Athens July 23rd, 1949, Costi Eliasco John Wesley Snyder (1895-1985) served as Secretary of the Treasury (1946-1953). Mr. Eliasco was the president of the largest bank in Greece.

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302 SWEDISH NEOCLASSICAL CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR Gustavian period, circa 1772-1809, upper and lower frieze in set with en grisaille panels of classical scenes; H85” W38” D3 1/2” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady

303 NORTHERN EUROPEAN BAROQUE GILTWOOD MIRROR 18th century, heavy leaf-and-scroll carved frame centering later looking glass; H19 1/2” W14 1/2” $500-800 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a Southern museum to benefit the collections fund

304 PAIR ITALIAN CARVED GILTWOOD MIRRORS early 20th century, shell pediment and molded frame; H57 1/2” W27 1/2” (2pcs) $500-800 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

305 PAIR CONTINENTAL WALL SCONCES AND TABLE MIRROR late 19th/early 20th century, the pair with mask designs, H19” W10” D6 1/2”; and associated table mirror, H21” W15” (3pcs)

306 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR mid-19th century, scrolling pierced pediment and molded frame; H67” W41” $500-800 Provenance: Private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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308 CHRISTOFLE SILVERPLATE FLATWARE SERVICE

307 FRENCH SILVER-MOUNTED CRYSTAL CLARET JUG 19th century, berry and vine and reeded mounts, and bound reed and acanthus handle; French 1st standard Minerva mark 950/1000; H11”, and 29.5ozT all in $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Property of a Lady

in the Vendome-Arcantia pattern, comprising: 14 knives, L9 1/2” 7 spreaders, L6 1/2” 15 spoons, L7 1/2” 14 teaspoons, L6” 14 forks, L8” 14 forks, L6 5/8” 14 forks, L6 3/8” 2-pc carving set, L12 1/2” 4 serving spoons, L8” 1 serving fork, L9 1/2” 1 gravy ladle, L7” 1 pastry server, L10 3/4” Together with Marly pattern serving fork, L8 3/4” and 10 demitasse all marked: CHRISTOFLE (113pcs) $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Private collection

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309 FRENCH SILVER-MOUNTED CRYSTAL CLARET JUG, GUSTAVE KELLER Paris, circa 1881-1922, floral and blossoming vine mounts, and leaf and ribbon bound reed handle; French 1st standard Minerva mark 950/1000, G Keller, Paris; H12 1/2”, and 32.2ozT all in $800-1,200 Provenance: Property of a Lady


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309A GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER SOUP TUREEN Copenhagen, circa 1930, oval lid with melon, grape cluster and curled leaf finial, conforming body raised on double pinecone and leaf feet; underside engraved with dedication: Presented to the Right Reverend William Thomas Manning with the Affection of the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of New York in Grateful Recognition of Ten Years of Consecrated Service 1921-1931; and marked: Sterling Silver, GI 925 S in beaded circle, Georg Jensen in beaded oval with crown, #340, Denmark; H13 1/4” W13 1/2” D11”, and Total 106.2ozT $30,000-50,000 Provenance: Gift to the present owner, a South Carolina private collector. Other Notes: Reverend William Thomas Manning (1866-1949) was born in Northampton, England, and immigrated to American in 1882. Manning studied at the University of the South and graduated in 1894 with a Bachelor of Divinity. From 1891 to 1903, he held various cleric and professorship positions across the U.S. In 1903 Manning became a Vicar of St. Agnes’ in New York. During World War I, Rev. Manning served as a volunteer chaplain at Camp Upton; for his service, he was awarded Chevalier of the Legion d’honneur of France and an officer of the Order of the Crown of Belgium. After the war, he became Bishop of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. Manning led a $10,000,000 capital campaign to rebuild the church. Under his direction, the cathedral employed and trained neighborhood men as skilled stonemasons and carvers during the decades of the continuing project. Manning was recognized and appointed the 10th Bishop of New York in 1921, which he held until his retirement in 1946. This tureen presented to Manning 1931 in recognition of his decade-long service in the Episcopal Diocese of New York.

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310 FRENCH EMPIRE SILVER COVERED VEGETABLE SERVING DISH

311 RARE CHRISTOFLE SILVERPLATE COUTEAU A MELON SET

Paris, circa 1798-1809, cornucopia finial, floral-decorated lid and deep bowl; marked: Paris first standard 950/1000, maker’s mark CA over B in lozenge, and other marks; H5 1/4” Dia.5 3/8”, and 13.8ozT

in the Spatours pattern, melon knives, engraved initials JMJ; marked; L8 1/2” (12pcs)

$400-700

$300-500

312 FRENCH SILVER AND GLASS BOX late 19th century, marked with first standard: 950; H3” W8 1/2” D3 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern private collection

Provenance: Southern private collection

313 BUCCELLATI SILVER TASTEVIN (WINE TASTER) Milan, Italy, 20th century, entwined dolphin handle, marked: Buccellati, Italy, Sterling; H1” L4 1/2”, and 3.3ozT $400-700 Provenance: Property of a Lady

314 UNUSUAL GERMAN SILVER SHERBET WITH SPOON HOLDER beaded and reticulated stem with glass liner, marked: 800 crown and crescent; H5 1/2”, and Total 18.0ozT weighable (6pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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315 CONTINENTAL SILVER AND PLATE TABLE ARTICLES German silver fish slice, L11 1/4”; together with plated openwork framed and opaline glass lined covered dish, H5 1/2” L9”; and Total 4.1ozT weighable (2pcs) $150-250 Provenance: Property of a lady


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316 PAIR EMPIRE FIGURAL BRONZE AND MARBLE CANDELABRA, MANNER OF THOMIRE

317 PAIR NAPOLEON III BRONZE-DORE AND MARBLE EWERS

318 ITALIAN SORRENTO WARE MARQUETRY-INLAID TEA CADDY

late 19th century, Classically-robed winged Victory in patinated bronze, supporting oil lamps issuing flame-form candleholders, standing atop orb and marble pedestal with figural and musical mounts; H30 1/2” W13” D9 1/2” (2pcs)

third quarter 19th century, H12 1/2” (2pcs) $400-600

probably Campania, 19th century, square form with intricate figural inlays; H4 1/2” W4 5/8” D4 1/2”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Gentleman

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

319 FRENCH BRONZE-MOUNTED BISQUE PORCELAIN URN

320 LOUIS XVI CHINOISERIE-DECORATED GILT-BRONZE INKWELL

321 LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE INKWELL

second half 19th century, Neoclassical design; H9 1/4” W13 1/2” D10 1/4”

H5” W13” D9”

19th century, H4” W13 1/2” D8 1/2”

$200-300

$250-350

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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322 NAPOLEON III BURL WOOD CIGAR BOX

323 CONTINENTAL REVERSE PAINTING ON GLASS

324 CONTINENTAL PRESSED BRASS AND COPPER JARDINIERES

circa 1860, with fitted interior; H6” W11” D7” $300-400

late 19th century, oval convex panel adorned with floral still life, contained within gold frame; H23 1/2” W20”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

probably French, late 19th/early 20th century, smallest H6” L9 7/8” and largest H6 1/2” L16 1/2” (4pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Acquired from Boxwood Gardens, Atlanta, in 2002 Property of a Lady

326 ITALIAN CARVED GILTWOOD BRACKET SET scrolling acanthus designs, H7 1/4” W9 1/4” D5 5/8” (4pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

325 CONTINENTAL REVERSE-PAINTED GLASS FIGURAL DECORATIVE PANELS probably Italian, 19th century, each panel with three vignettes with classical figures contained within renaissance geometric and mythical motifs on gilt ground, frame of later date; overall H31 1/4” W9 1/4” (2pcs)

327 AUSTRIAN TWELVE-TUNE CYLINDER MUSIC BOX late 19th century, hinged marquetry-inlaid top; H7” W21 1/2” W9 3/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Lady

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328 COLLECTION OF VINTAGE PAINTED STONE FRUIT including apples, figs, grapes, peaches, banana, pears, and others; plum, L2 1/2” to bunch of grapes, 9 3/4” $200-400 Provenance: Private collection


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329 ITALIAN POLYCHROME CARVED WOOD BRACKETS

330 ITALIAN CARVED MARBLE PEDESTAL

pair leaf design, H14 3/4” W14” D7”; and pair stepped design, H13 1/2” W14 3/4” D7” (4pcs)

late 19th century, top with chamfered corners on turned and carved column and molded base; H42” W9 1/8” D9 1/8”

$300-400

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

331 MAISON BAGUES STYLE CRYSTAL SPANISH GALLEON-FORM CHANDELIER decorated with lanterns, flag and Maltese cross; H47” L40” D12” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

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332 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE TWO-LIGHT CANDELABRA

333 PAIR NAPOLEON III GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS

334 NAPOLEON II GILT-BRONZE FIVELIGHT CANDELABRA

335 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE BRONZE CANDELABRA

late 19th century, standing knights; H12 1/2” (2pcs)

19th century, floral bouquet in urn design mounted on terracotta base; H33 1/2” Dia.16”

19th century, three putti supporting scrolling arms; electrified; H16” (2pcs)

$200-300

$300-500

$500-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

337 PAIR CONTINENTAL BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURES, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

338 PAIR CHARLES X STYLE GILT-METAL CANDLESTICKS

339 TWO PAIRS BRASS AND CRYSTAL SCONCES

late 19th century, electrified; H21” (2pcs)

19th century, H12” (2pcs)

$200-300

two-light design, H17” W9” D5”, and three-light design, H14” W13” D8” (4pcs)

$300-400

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

after model by Claude Michel Clodion (French, 1738-1814), 19th century, infant bacchante with grapevine wreath, each holding scrolling branches ending in candle sockets, raised in white marble base; one bearing spurious signature; H15 1/2” W10” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady

336 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE THREE-LIGHT WALL SCONCE late 19th/early 20th century, urn and ribbon backplate; H14” W11” D7” (2pcs)

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Provenance: Private collection


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340 IMPRESSIVE PAIR SAMSON PORCELAIN VASES 19th century, in the Chinese Export taste adorned with coatof-arms and scrolling acanthus handles; H21” W10 1/2” (2pcs) $1,000-1,500

341 SAMSON IMARIDECORATED PORCELAIN COVERED URN

342 PAIR VISTA ALEGRA PORCELAIN CACHEPOTS

$200-300

Portuguese, 20th century, capriccio decorated, marked; H8 3/4” Dia.8 1/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

late 19th century, H16 3/4”

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

343 PAIR CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN OBELISKS

344 PAIR SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN URNS

polychrome Neoclassical decoration, unmarked; H25 1/2” (2pcs)

19th century, decorated with romantic figural cartouches, and floral spray on reserve; H17” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Acquired from Philippe Gribinski, Aigues-Vives, in 2000 Property of a Lady

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$300-500

345 PAIR DELFT COVERED URNS, CONVERTED TO LAMPS traditional paneled design with bird finial; vase H17” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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346 ITALIAN TIN-GLAZED TERRACOTTA HERALDIC ROUNDEL, AFTER DELLA ROBBIA 20th century, modeled from the original mounted in Florence, Dia.30 1/2” D3” $500-800 Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simon’s Island, in 2001 Property of a lady

348 PAIR MAJOLICA FIGURAL POSY VASES, ATTRIBUTED TO CARRIER-BELLEUSE

349 SCHEIBE-ALSBACH PORCELAIN NAPOLEONIC FIGURES

circa 1880, kneeling putti lifting grapevine garland and bundle of wheat; impressed oval and shape 1236; H5” W4” D4” (2pcs) $500-800

first half 20th century, four large figures Soult, Le Prince Eugene, Bessieres, and Dorsenne, H12” W8” D3 1/2”; and eight smaller figures Soult, Le Prince Eugene, Bessieres, and Davoust, Garde Imperiale, H6 1/2 L4 1/2” W2 1/8” (12pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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347 COLLECTION OF CERAMIC PITCHERS Majolica Palissy figural, H9 1/2” Mouzin Lecat & Cie bird, H8 1/2” Caldas da Rainha wheat, H10” Weller Zona Kingfisher, H8 1/2” majolica corn, H10” some marked (5pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Property of a lady

350 PAIR ITALIAN CERAMIC GUINEAFOWL marked: Hand Painted for Neiman Marcus; H13 1/2” W11” D6” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Private collection


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351 ROYAL DUX ‘RETRIEVER WITH PHEASANT’ PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUPING

352 HAND-PAINTED FRENCH PORCELAIN FISH SERVING SET

353 LA CERAMICA VBC CERAMIC SERVING SET, FOR SUR LA TABLE

marked; H9” W18” D8”

circa 1900, each painted with various underwater seashell scenes with raised gilded coral border, verso marked: Ella Libby, 8 plates, Dia.8 3/4”, and platter, L15 3/4” (9pcs)

Italian, 20th century, bouillabaisse set with high-relief molded crustaceans, lemons, scallop and mussel shells on a bed of parsley, comprising: 1 tureen, H10” L16” 1 oval platter, L20” 1 round bowl, W16” 3 bowls, W9 1/4” 5 shell-form dishes, L8 1/4” impressed: Made In Italy, and stamped: Sur La Table (11pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

354 FRENCH LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATES AND TAZZAS, BY ROCHARD

355 GERMAN PORCELAIN PLATES AND PLATTER

356 COLLECTION OF FINE CHINA PLATES

12 dinner plates, Dia.10 1/2” 6 square plates, W7 3/4” 1 round platter, W12” each marked (19pcs)

$100-200

11 Lenox plates, Dia.10 1/2” 12 Heinrich & Co plates, Dia.10 5/8” 12 Pickard plates, Dia.10 1/2” 2 Czech plates, Dia.10 3/4” 10 Jean Louis Coquet plates, Dia.8 1/2” 10 Jean Louis Coquet plates, Dia.6 1/2” each marked (57pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Katrina Hickox Becker

$200-300

decorated with various fruit, comprising: 12 plates, Dia.10” 12 plates, Dia.7 1/2” 2 tazzas, H3 3/4” Dia.12” each marked and signed: A.J. Heritage (26pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a Lady

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357 COLLECTION OF DECORATED-CERAMIC OBJECTS

358 LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATES

359 PARIS PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE

Samson Imari plate, Dia.9 3/4” Sevres cabinet plate, Dia.9 1/8” garland cabinet plate, Dia.9 1/2” French pictorial charger, Dia.10 7/8” ormolu-mounted P. Agin Paris vase, H6 1/2” Teplitz vase, H5 1/2” pair Persian glazed bookends, H4 1/2” Capodimonte centerbowl, H3 1/2” Dia.9 1/4”, tankard, H7” and cup with saucer, H3” crystalline vase, H6” some marked (13pcs)

cobalt and gold border, 10 plates, Dia.11”; and 6 plates, Dia.7 3/4”; each marked (16pcs)

circa 1900, hand-painted floral design, comprising: 13 plates, Dia.9 1/4” 6 plates, Dia.7” 4 pots de creme with covers, H4” 2 round serving dishes, Dia.7” and 7” 2 oval serving dishes, L11” 1 shell-form dish, L11” 6 graduated platters, L9 3/4” to 19” unmarked (34pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Lady

360 SEVRES PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, AND TETE-A-TETE SET

361 FRENCH HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN CABINET PLATES, JEAN BAPTISTE POUYAT

dated 1947, similar gilded cobalt designs, comprising: 6 plates, Dia.9 3/4” 1 footed tazza, Dia.11 3/4” 1 coffeepot 1 creamer 12 footed cups with saucers together with associated Sevres 7-piece tete-a-tete set and 6 Zrike chargers; Dia.12 1/2” each marked (39pcs)

Limoges, dated 1910, rich gilded cobalt border centering painted scenes of historical Boston building, each titled: Faneuil Hall, Old State House, Bunker Hill, Trinity Church, Conservatory of Music, State House, Old South Church, Old North Church, Opera House, Public Library, and 46 Beacon St, 1860; each marked on underside: J.P. over L., France, and with dedication: Mrs. E.D. Jordan, July 1910, From C.H.T.; Dia.8 1/2” (11pcs)

$400-600

Provenance: Southern private collection

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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$200-400


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362 PARIS PORCELAIN VASE AND JAPANESE PORCELAIN WARE CENTERBOWL late 19th century, leafy-gilt high-relief vase centering floral sprig, H21” W11”; together with modern rose mandarin style decorated bowl, marked; H5” Dia.10 1/4” (2pcs) $100-200 Provenance: Private collection

365 ITALIAN FAIENCE CHARGER 19th century, Renaissance design in vibrant enamels, framed; Dia.17” D3 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Property of a Gentleman

363 PAIR FRENCH CHINOISERIE TERRACOTTA FIGURES

364 CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN URNS

20th century, in the manner of Francois Boucher, depicting gentleman and lady playing instruments, on associated marble base, stamped: Made in France; H12 1/2” W8” (2pcs)

19th century, pair Paris vases signed: Lenier, H11” W8”; and urn signed: Kaiser, converted to lamp, H10” (3pcs)

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

$300-400

Provenance: Acquired from Ford A. Kalil, in 1993 Property of a Lady

366 MEISSEN MARCOLINI PERIOD PAINTED PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS, AND VASES circa 1773-1814, intricately-painted botanical vignettes within cisele-gilt ribbon and floral-tied cartouches on cobalt ground, marked with crossed swords and stars; H2 1/2” and Dia.5 5/8”; together with two cylinder vases finely-painted with expansive landscapes, unmarked, H4” and 4 1/2” (6pcs)

367 PAIR VIENNA PORCELAIN URNS late 19th century, decorated with Classical scene; underside with beehive mark; H11 1/4” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

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368 IMPRESSIVE PAIR VIENNA PORCELAIN URNS, KAUFFMANN 19th century, domed lids, scrolling handles, cartouche painted with allegorical scene, accented by jewelwork and heavy gilding on deep red ground; beehive mark and scene signed: Kauffmann; H22 3/4” (2pcs)

369 HEREND PORCELAIN TUREEN AND TRAY Rothschild Bird Decor pattern, dolphin finial and handles, H11 1/2” Dia.10” (2pcs)

370 MOTTAHEDEH DUKE OF GLOUCESTER PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES marked; Dia.10 1/8” (14pcs)

$400-700

$400-700

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a Lady

371 ST. LOUIS THISTLE PATTERN CRYSTAL STEMS

372 LALIQUE CRYSTAL MASCOT, FIGURES AND DISHES

6 wine goblets, H6 3/8”, and 6 claret wine, H5 1/8” (12pcs)

Tete D’Aigle car mascot, H4” 3 animal figures, H2 1/2” 2 round dishes, Dia.5 1/2” 1 ring dish, H2 1/2” each signed (7pcs)

373 FRENCH WHITE OPALESCENT GLASS PLUMES VASE, LALIQUE

$600-900 Provenance: Private collection

$700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Private collection

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designed 1920, molded in relief with fern fronds on white ground, unsigned, H8 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Property of a Lady


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374 PAIR BACCARAT GILT-BRONZE AND CUT-GLASS COMPOTES

375 PAIR FRENCH GLASS, BRONZE AND MARBLE CORNUCOPIA VASES

376 VENETIAN GILDED AND ENAMELED GLASS, ATTRIBUTED TO SALVIATI

late 19th century, scalloped dish plates supported by putti, shaped base and spool feet; stamped on underside of each central bolt; H10” Dia.10 1/2” (2pcs)

19th century, etched cranberry glass horn-form vessels, supported in ornate bronze sleeves, on marble plinths; H13” W9” D5” (2pcs)

$400-600

$400-600

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Private collection

Murano, Italy, circa 1910, gilt Rococo scroll cartouche centering Classical figures and accented by jewelwork; comprising: 9 goblets, H8 3/4” 11 dessert stems, H4 1/2” 13 plates, Dia.7 1/4” 2 compotes, H5 3/4” Dia.6 5/8” 1 three-light candelabrum, H15 1/2” W10” unmarked (36pcs) $500-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

377 BOHEMIAN GILT-CRYSTAL WINE GOBLETS

378 DECORATED GLASS PERFUME SCENT BOTTLES

379 MALACHITE GLASS COLLECTION

circa 1900, raised gilded design, unmarked; H7 1/4” (14pcs) $200-400

Murano, H6”; floral enamel decorated, H6”; cut-glass, H6 1/2”; blue glass, H5”, and small dish, H2 1/2” (5pcs)

Provenance: Southern private collection

$150-250

covered box, H1 1/2” L5 1/4” W3 1/2”; Bacchantes Nude vase, H5”; putti vase, H3”; scent flask, H2 1/4”; hand mirror, H7 1/8” (5pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of William S. Belser Private collection

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British, Asian, Modern & Oceanic Fine and Decorative Arts

Session II Friday 17 Sept.| 11:00 EDT Lots 400-759

Preview Exhibition by prior appointment only


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400 GEORGE III ROLLED PAPER TEA CADDY circa 1790, finely-worked painted paperscroll designs on oval hinged box; H6 1/2” W5 3/8” D3 5/8” $400-600 Provenance: Christie’s, New York in late 1990s Property of a gentleman

401 FINE DIMINUTIVE GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA CADDY late 18th century, molded hinged lid, bail handle and ornate escutcheon, on bracket-footed base, opening to tin caddies; H4 1/2” W7 1/4” D41/4”, $200-400 Provenance: Private collection

403 GEORGE III INLAID TEA CADDY AND DOCUMENT BOX

404 GEORGIAN INLAID BURL WALNUT TEA CADDY AND LEATHER BOX

late 18th/ early 19th century, floral-inlaid caddy with chamfered corners, H5” W7 1/2” D4 3/8”; and oyster-veneer box with ornate brass handle and escutcheon, H4 3/4” W8 1/4” D5 3/4” (2pcs)

first half 19th century, triple caddy, H5 12” W10 3/4” D6”; and leather-clad box, H6” W8 1/2” D4 5/8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Donald Stuart Russell Private collection Other Notes: Donald Stuart Russell (1906-1998) was a South Carolina attorney who served as Assistant Secretary of State for Administration (1945-1947), President of the University of South Carolina (1952-1957), Governor of South Carolina (1963-1965), United States Senator from South Carolina (1965-1966), United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina (1966-1971) and the United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1971-1998). During his lifetime Russell wisely invested in banks, insurance, and utility companies. At the time of his death his estate was valued over $30 million.

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$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

405 VICTORIAN GILDED NACRE-INLAID PAPIER-MACHE TEA CADDY circa 1850, floral-and-scroll design on shaped case; H4 3/4” W6 5/8” D4 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

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402 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES 19th century, two with double compartments, H4 1/2” W7” D4” and H4” W8” D4 1/4”; largest with mixing well, H4 3/4” W9 3/8” D4 1/2” (3pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Private collection


407 REGENCY MAHOGANY CELLARETTE

408 REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX

first quarter 19th century, coffer-shape hinged lid, fitted interiors, and carved paw feet; H18” W25 1/2” D19”

circa 1815, domed sliding top, tapered case with fitted interior, carved paw feet; H23 1/2” W11 1/2” D11 1/2”

$500-700

$300-600

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

410 SCOTTISH MAHOGANY AND SCENIC TOLE-PAINTED TEA BOX

411 GEORGE III PLUM-PUDDING MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX $300-400

$300-500

19th century, scene depicting the Banks of Allan Water, Scotland; H24” W23” D22”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

19th century, three double caddies, H5” W7 7/8” D4 1/2”, H4 5/8” W7 1/8” W4 1/8” and H4 1/2” W7” D4”; and document box, H4” W12” D8” (4pcs)

International Sale (II)

406 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES AND DOCUMENT BOX

$300-400 Provenance: Private collection

409 REGENCY FIGURED MAHOGANY TEA CADDY first quarter 19th century, casket-hinged lid, divided fitted interior, and ring handles; H10 1/2” W15 1/2” D8”

circa 1810, hinged top, fitted interior; H15 1/4” W9 1/2” D13” Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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412 NEAR PAIR ENGLISH MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES 19th century, one with ornate string inlay, H14” W8 3/4” D11”; other with plain string inlay, H14” W8 1/2” D12 1/2” (2pcs)

413 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY SARCOPHAGUS-FORM TEA CADDY

414 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES

$300-500

$200-300

late 18th century, octagonal hinged lid and case, bellflower and ribbon bow inlays, H4 1/2” W4 1/2” D3 3/4”; the other rectangular form with elliptical inlays; H5 1/4” W5” D5 1/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$300-400

first half 19th century, hinged lid, tapered body, bun feet, opening to two covered compartments; H5” W8” D4 3/4”

Provenance: Private collection

415 REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDY circa 1820, navette-form, cartouches inlaid with acorns and shell; H4 3/4” W7 1/4” D4 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of Donald Stuart Russell Private collection Other Notes: Donald Stuart Russell (1906-1998) was a South Carolina attorney who served as Assistant Secretary of State for Administration (1945-1947), President of the University of South Carolina (1952-1957), Governor of South Carolina (1963-1965), United States Senator from South Carolina (1965-1966), United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina (1966-1971) and the United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1971-1998). During his lifetime Russell wisely invested in banks, insurance, and utility companies. At the time of his death his estate was valued over $30 million.

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416 REGENCY INLAID ROSEWOOD BOX circa 1825, carved edge, hinged lid, opening to reveal fitted interior with two porcelain dresser jars; H4 1/2” W7 1/2” D5” $200-400 Provenance: Private collection

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417 ENGLISH WROUGHT-IRON TRIVETS 17th/18th century, scroll design, 30” x 18”; and plain, 20” X10 1/2” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Acquired from Pat Guthman Antiques, Connecticut, in 1986 Property of a Lady


second half 19th century, ornate architectural case with finials, trefoil carvings and arch; H28 1/4” W13” D8” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of Aubrey Hancock

419 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, HENRY HOULBROOK Liverpool, circa 1820, broken-arch pediment, fluted column supports, ogee bracket feet; housing day-date movement and moon dial; H96 1/2” W22” D10” $800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

International Sale (II)

418 ENGLISH BRACKET CLOCK

420 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER, SCHALFINO mid 19th century, shell inlays, dial signed: Schalfino, White Lion Court, Taunton; H38” Dia.10” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

421 GEORGE II STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD EAGLE CONSOLE TABLE

mid-19th century, manner of William Kent (1685-1748), beige mottled marble top, vitruvian scroll frieze, supported by spread-winged eagle standing upon rocky base and square plinth with carved border; H33” W48” D19” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady

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422 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SECRETARY LINEN PRESS

423 RARE GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST WITH FITTED DRAWER

mid 19th century, molded crown, marquetry panel doors, pullout slides, fall front, fitted interiors, above three long drawers and splayed feet; H85” W49” D23”

circa 1800, serpentine front, chamfered blind-fretwork corners, fitted top drawer with divided covered compartments and mirror, over three drawers and bracket feet; H35 3/4” W43 1/4” D24” $1,500-2,500

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a Southern museum to benefit the collections fund

Literature: Stuart, Susan E. GILLOWS OF LANCASTER AND LONDON, 1730-1840. See related commodes illustrated and discussed p.10-13.

424 SMALL HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID SIDEBOARD

425 GEORGE III HIGHLY-CARVED MAHOGANY FOUR-POST TESTER BED

mid 19th century, serpentine front, long drawer flanked by deep drawers, tapered legs, spade feet; H36” W54 1/4” D26 1/4”

19th century, probably Irish, elaborate pierced-carved scrolling acanthus canopy, leaf-carved three-panel headboard, supporting dot-and-dart and florette-carved column above acanthus carving and unusual hairy-paw foot posts, and plain tapered head posts; H101” W69 1/2” L88 1/2”

$600-900

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

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426 DIMINUTIVE GEORGIAN OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

427 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SOFA

circa 1800, H37 1/2” W36 1/2” D18 1/4” $400-600

upholstered in Scalamandre fabric with two tapestry throw pillows, and two side pillows; BH36” SH21” W63” D32”

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simons Island, in 1999 Property of a Lady

428 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE circa 1780, broken-arch pierce-carved crown, blind fretwork frieze, glazed panel doors, fitted interior, slant-front hinged lid, fitted compartment, four long drawers, bracket feet; H92 1/2” W42 3/8” D24”

429 GEORGE II WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS 3rd quarter 18th century, molded-edge top, four long graduated drawers, bracket feet, oak sides, feet of a later date; H44” W51 1/2” D21 1/2” $1,000-2,000

430 REGENCY CARVED MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE OR SERVER first quarter 19th century, H36” W81” D28” $800-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$1,500-2,200

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F RIDAY 17 S EPTEMBER 431 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY TRIPLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

432 SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF EIGHT

inlaid top, reeded baluster pedestal, splayed legs on brass casters; fitted with two 24-inch leaves; H28 1/2” W47 3/4” L143 1/2”

first quarter 19th century, carved oval back, pierced splat, bowed seatrail, molded tapered legs with stretchers; two armchairs, six side chairs; BH38” SH19” W22 1/2” D22 1/2” (8pcs)

$1,500-2,500

$1,200-1,800

Provenance: Acquired from Arthur Smith Antiques, Savannah, in 1987 Property of a Lady

433 GOOD GEORGE III WALNUT AND OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

434 GEORGIAN OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1770, molded-edge top, three over three drawers, bracket feet; H35” W38 1/2” D21 1/2”

$400-600

circa 1810, H38 1/2” W37” D19 1/2” Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$900-1,200

435 REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET first quarter 19th century, tiered top with mirrored back and brass gallery, breakfront case, tapered column supports, three doors, ending on splayed feet; H54” W68” D20 1/2” $800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

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437 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

3rd quarter 18th century, hinged slant front, fitted interiors, two over three drawers, bracket feet; H40 1/2” W36 1/4” D20 1/2”

first half 19th century, crossbanded top and splayed feet; H35 1/2” W37 1/4” D19”

$700-1,000

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$400-600

438 RARE PAIR WILLIAM IV FIGURED MAHOGANY GAMES TABLES

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436 GEORGE II WALNUT SECRETARY DESK

circa 1835, hinged top, felted playing surface, tapered column supports, shaped platform base and scroll feet; H29 1/4” W36 1/2” D18” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

439 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY D-SHAPED CABINET

440 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

441 GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS, SET OF FOUR

mid 19th century, H37 1/2” W45 1/4” D21 1/2” $600-900

mid 19th century, three over three drawers and bracket feet; H38” W48 1/2” D21 1/2”

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$400-600

1st quarter 19th century, shell-carved crestrail, pierced urn splat, acanthus-carved handrests, needlepoint-upholstered seats, square wave-carved legs with molded stretchers; BH37 1/2” SH18” W24” D19” (4pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

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442 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CURIO CABINET

443 PAIR OF CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS

444 DIMINUTIVE GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1900, scroll and urn inlays, glazed-panel doors above long drawers and tapered legs; H65” W29” D18”

BH40” SH18 1/2” W22 1/2” D22” (2pcs)

circa 1790, crossbanded top, two over three drawers, bracket feet; H45” W41 1/4” D20”

$250-350

$500-700

$800-1,200

Provenance: Property of a Lady

445 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET

446 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

447 GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE

early 20th century, H56 1/2” W22” D16” $300-400

circa 1790, molded-edge top, three over three drawers, ogee bracket feet; H38 1/2” W44” D22”

Provenance: Private collection

$700-900

circa 1810, elaborately carved broken-arch crown, Gothic arch glazed-panel doors, hinged fall front opening to reveal fitted interior, over configuration of drawers and ogee bracket feet; H93 1/2” W44 1/4” D21 1/2” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Aubrey Hancock

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mid 19th century, D-shaped drop leaves, four drawers, column supports, turned stretcher, saber legs and brass casters; H28 1/4” W37 1/2” D27 3/4” $400-700

449 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

450 GEORGIAN WALNUT DOUBLE-BACK SETTEE

third quarter 19th century, two short over three long drawers and bracket feet; H33 1/2” W46” D22 1/2”

18th century, arched crestrail, urn splat, scrolling armrest, cabriole legs, and pad snake feet; BH38 1/2” SH18” W45” D26”

$300-500

$700-1,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

451 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

452 CHIPPENDALE STYLE LIGHT MAHOGANY WRITING DESK

453 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BRANDYBOARD

454 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

circa 1820, molded-edge top, two over three drawers, bracket feet; H37” W37 1/2” D20 1/4”

19th century, slant front, inlaid fitted interiors, four long drawers, ogee bracket feet; H42 1/8” W42 1/8” D21 1/2”

circa 1820, crossbanded top, bow front, short drawer flanked by deep drawers; H32 3/4” W41 5/8” D22 1/8”

circa 1820, D-shaped drop leaves, tapered legs; H28 1/2” W21 1/4” D36”

$500-700

$400-600

$600-800

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448 REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE

$300-400

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455 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE DESK

456 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID GAME TABLE

first quarter 19th century, configuration of nine drawers and doors on bracket feet; H31” W38 1/4” D19 1/4”

circa 1800, hinged top, gateleg, skirt with short drawer; H29 3/4” W38” D17 1/2” $300-500

457 THOMAS ROBERTSON & SON CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR Alnwick, England (fl.1834-1890), seatrail stamped; BH40” SH18” W28” D21”

$300-500

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

459 CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED BENCH

461 FRENCH ART DECO BRASS BIRDCAGE ON STAND

late 19th/early 20th century, cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet; H19” W25 3/4” D19 3/4”

circa 1930, H57” Dia.16 1/2”

19th century, stand of later date; H22” W32” D24”

$200-300

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

460 ENGLISH PAINTED TOLE WARE TRAY ON STAND late 19th century, stand of later date; H19 1/2” W29” D23” $200-300

circa 1790, H27” W28 1/2” D19” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

463 TOLE-PAINTED TRAY ON STAND

462 VINTAGE TRIBAL KILIM-WEAVING UPHOLSTERED BENCH H20” W19 1/2” D18 1/2” $150-250 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Private collection

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464 ENGLISH PAINTED AND CARVED WOOD TRUMEAU MIRROR late 19th century, inset with portrait of boy in landscape; H74 1/4” W24 1/2” $400-600 Provenance: Private collection


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465 REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLE MIRROR circa 1815, carved figural-and-acanthus pediment, convex mirror, and six-light candlearms; H40” W29” D10 1/2” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

466 FINE PAIR REGENCY STERLING SILVER SAUCE TUREENS, PAUL STORR London, dated 1811, shell and twig handle on oval cover, gadroon rim on oval body flanked by reeded foliate-capped bracket handles with lion’s mask terminals, raised on scroll and acanthus leaf feet ending on chamfered platform; engraved with Shand-Harvey crest with motto Omnia Bene, (James Widdington of Castle Semple, Renfrew, Scotland; complete hallmarks; H7 1/2” L9 1/2” W5 3/4”; and Total 73.7ozT (2pcs) $8,000-12,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady Literature: Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, p.262, and plate 216.13 Other Notes: Variations of this design with unusual scroll and acanthus leaf feet on platforms, with reed-bound masked handles, are found on important Regency silver objects created by Storr during this period. The Battenberg Service is of this period and related to this design, and other commissions by Dukes, Earl, and prominent families, see related examples at auction: Sotheby’s-New York, Lot 131 (22 Apr. 2020), Lot 106 (5 Apr. 2006); Sotheby’s-London, Lot 73 (4 Nov. 2009); Christie’s-New York, Lot 22 (9 Apr. 2019), Lot 27 (22 Oct. 2018), Lot 97 (18 Oct. 2012), Lot 168 (17 May 2011), Lot 82 (26 Jan. 2010), Lot 168 (16 May 2011), Lot 359 (18 Apr. 2002), and Lot 377 (23 Oct. 2000)

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467 GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CRUET, PAUL STORR

468 PAIR GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SAUCER TUREENS, JOHN ROBINS

London, dated 1800, stand oval with gadrooned borders and up-turned ends terminating in acanthus scrolls, raised on bellflower feet; engraved with contemporary crest of Allett, (Somerset); surmounted by handled raised on four pilaster supports terminating in paw feet and fitted for eight cut-glass bottles with silver collars; with matching crest and most with complete hallmarks; H12 1/2” L15” W9”, and 38.6ozT weighable $2,000-4,000

London, dated 1787, neoclassical design, urn finial on raised oval lid, on navette form body with reeded elongated handles and pedestal; the lid engraved with Fannell crest; complete hallmarks; H5 1/4” L9” W4”, and 32.2ozT (2pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady Literature: Fairbairn’s Crests of The Leading Families in Great Britain and Ireland. p.176, and plate 26 fig. 9

Literature: Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, pl.49, fig.11 Other Notes: related to another of identical frame design made for another Somerset family sold John Nicholson Auctions, England (21 Mar. 2019, Lot 1785)

469 PAIR GEORGE III OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED-PLATE WINE COOLERS

470 ENGLISH STERLING SILVER INK STAND, BY ROBINSON, EDKINS & ASTON

471 ENGLISH STERLING SILVER RICHMOND HORSE SHOW TROPHY, MAPPIN & WEBB

first quarter 19th century, each bulbous vessel on pedestal base, flanked by bacchanalian mask and ring handles, fitted with liner and collar, engraved with unidentified arms; H11” W9”

Birmingham, dated 1838, shell-form taperstick with snuffer, flanked by silver-mounted crystal inkpots, on shell and scroll stand with scrolling feet; all parts with matching hallmarks, H6 1/2” L13” W9 1/8”; and Total 30.9ozT weighable

$1,000-2,000

$500-900

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a lady

London, dated 1898, cup and cover, engraved: Richmond Horse Show, June 1899. Best Pair of Harness Horses Exceeding 15 Hands, 2nd Prize Awarded to Roxane & Cyrano, Exhibited by E.D. Jordan, Esq., Plymouth Hackney Stud, Boston, U.S.A.; complete hallmarks; H14” W8 1/2”, and Total 32.4ozT $500-900 Provenance: Southern private collection

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473 PAIR EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND GEORGIAN RICE SPOON

474 GEORGE IV STERLING SILVER SALVER, SC YOUNGE & CO

George III cruet stand, by Jabez Daniell & James Mince (London, dated 1770), H9 1/4” Dia.9” fitted with associated George III shaker by Thomas Daniell (London, dated 1782), H5 1/4”; pair Howard & Co sterling shakers, H5 1/4”, and two glass bottles, H6” pair Mexican tea strainers on stands, H2” set of six and pair American nut dishes, L2 7/8” and Dia.3” each marked, and Total 31.0ozT (11pcs)

Corinthian column-form candlesticks, Williams Ltd, (Birmingham, dated 1903), H9 1/4”; and George III rice/stuffing spoon, Crossley & Smith (London, dated 1808), L12”; all with complete hallmarks, and Total 19.5ozT (3pcs)

Sheffield, dated 1826, leaf-and-flower border, centering stippled and etched field, on scrolling feet; complete hallmarks; H1 1/4” Dia.10 1/8”, and Total 22.6ozT

$300-500

Provenance: Southern private collection

International Sale (II)

472 ENGLISH AND AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Private collection

475 ENGLISH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES Georgian teaspoon, Hester Bateman (worn marks), L5” Victorian gravy ladle, John Stone, dated 1843, L7” set of six George V demitasse, Hutton & Sons, dated 1864, L4 1/8” pair Victorian serving spoons, George Maudsley Jackson, dated 1894, L9” George V caddy scoop, Haseler Brothers, dated 1911, L2 3/4” set of six George V teaspoons, Hutton & Sons, dated 1911, L5 1/2” complete hallmarks, and Total 14.5ozT (17pcs)

476 VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SALVER, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS London, dated 1894, scalloped rim adorned with shell, bead and bellflower bands, centering decorated field, complete hallmarks; H1/2” Dia.7”, and Total 7.7ozT $200-300 Provenance: Southern private collection

477 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE gadroon and acanthus Classical pattern, comprising: kettle on stand, H13 1/2” coffeepot, H7 3/4” teapot, H5 1/4” creamer, H4” sugar, H4 1/2” (5pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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478 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TUREEN

479 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TRAYS AND SERVING DISHES

480 MASSIVE ENGLISH SILVERPLATE WAITER

19th century, intricate floral strap and leaf bands, flanked by ram’s mask, and engraved heraldic device; unmarked; H12” L13 1/2” W8”

oval tray, L20 1/8” round tray, Dia.23” biscuit box, H7 1/4” revolving entree, H8 1/2” oval entree, H7 1/2” L14” gravy boat, L6 3/4” (6pcs)

early 20th century, heavy Rococo border entwined with grapevine, centering scrolling floral-decorated field with vacant cartouche, raised on small bun feet, unmarked; H2 1/4” L31 1/2” W19”

$400-700 Provenance: Property of a Lady Literature: Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, pl.173, fig.13

$500-800

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

481 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE MIRRORED PLATEAU first half 20th century, round mirror supported by silver frame with bead-and-floral scrollwork on three ornate feet; unmarked; H5” Dia.18”

482 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE MEAT DOME, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS

$300-400

Sheffield, circa 1900, shell, scrolling foliate and vine-decorated; marked: WH&S, 20388/4; H13” L18” W14 1/2”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Private collection

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483 ENGLISH SHEFFIELD PLATE WAITER late 19th century, wide fruit, scroll and shell border and handles, pierced feet; L30 5/8” W19” $200-300 Provenance: Estate of William S. Belser Private collection


485 ENGLISH SILVER TABLE ARTICLES

486 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE MEAT DOME AND PLATTER

19th century, H12 3/4” and 22 1/2” (2pcs)

George II sterling shaker (London, dated 1740) complete hallmarks, H5” Victorian sterling shaker, Miller Brothers (Birmingham, 1899), complete hallmarks; H5” together with English silverplate stuffing or rice spoon by William Gallimore (Sheffield, wk1863-1927), engraved initials HD; L12 1/2” Total 4.6ozT weighable (3pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, oval dome with handle, H12” W20 1/4” D15”; and platter L31” W20” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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484 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE HOT WATER URNS

$300-400 Provenance: Private collection

$200-300 Provenance: Southern collection

487 SILVERPLATE SERVING TRAY AND WAITER

488 UNUSUAL ANTIQUE PARISIAN TABRIZ CARPET

489 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

pierced oval tray, L29”; and reticulated footed waiter, L28 3/8” W17 1/2” (2pcs)

circa 1910, in the Heriz pattern, 11’1” x 16’6”

first half 20th century, 9’ x 10’2”

$7,000-10,000

$2,000-3,000

$200-400

Provenance: Acquired from ADAC, Atlanta, in 1990 Property of a lady

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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490 ANTIQUE PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

491 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SULTANABAD CARPET

492 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SULTANABAD CARPET

10’6” x 13’1”

late 19th/early 20th century, 14’3” x 23’4”

circa 1935, 10’2” x 13’7”

$1,500-2,500

$5,000-10,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Acquired from Safavieh Oriental Rugs, New York in the 1980s by descent in a New York family to present heir

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

493 ANTIQUE NORTHERN PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

494 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

495 ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

Northern region, circa 1900, 10’11” x 13’10”

Northwest region, circa 1900, 11’9” x 15’7”

circa 1940, 9’9” 13’4”

$1,000-2,000

$4,000-6,000

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Acquired from Sotheby’s-New York (28 Mar 1989, Lot 126) Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Acquired from Sotheby’s-New York (28 Mar 1989, Lot 199) Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copies of the original bill of sale, catalogue and other documents.

Other Notes: Accompanied by original bill of sale, catalogue and other documents.

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497 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

498 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

circa 1925, 8’ x 11’

10’6” x 13’8”

circa 1920, 8’6” x 12’1”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

International Sale (II)

496 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

Provenance: Private collection

499 VINTAGE TABRIZ CARPET

501 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET

late 20th century, 9’ x 12’

circa 1950, 12’9” x 10’2”

$700-1,000

$700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

500 ORIENTAL CARPET 8’2” x 10’1”

502 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

$500-700

second half 20th century, 10’5” x 13’11”

Provenance: Private collection

$600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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503 ENGLISH BRASS TWELVE-LIGHT CHANDELIER

504 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE EIGHT-LIGHT CHANDELIER

H38” Dia.40”

H38” Dia.36”

505 PAIR JASPERWARE AND CRYSTAL CANDLESTICKS, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

$500-800

$300-500

overall H19” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$100-200 Provenance: Private collection

506 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE 19th century, dentil-molded crown, slant-front lid opening to fitted interiors, on bracket feet; H87” W36” D18 1/2” $800-1,100

507 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY DOUBLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE reeded edge, baluster pedestal, saber legs with brass paw casters; H29 1/2” W44 3/4” L120” open $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

508 SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS late 19th/early 20th century, wheat and pierce-carved shield backrest, over upholstered bowed seat, tapered legs and spade feet; BH41” SH19” W22” D19” (8pcs) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Acquired from Arthur Smith Antiques, Savannah, in 1987 Property of a Lady

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510 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

last half 19th century, inlaid top with brass gallery, serpentine front, drawer flanked by doors, tapered legs with spade feet; H36 1/4” W52 1/4” D21 3/4”

mid 19th century, two over three drawers, splayed feet; H41” W41 3/8” D20 1/4”

511 GEORGE III INLAID SATINWOOD PEMBROOKE TABLE

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509 SMALL HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

first quarter 19th century, D-shaped drop-leaves and tapered legs on brass casters; H28” W18” D32” $500-800

$600-800

Provenance: Private collection

512 GEORGE II INLAID OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

513 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET

circa 1800, mahogany crossbanded top and bracket feet; H44” W43 3/8” D22”

19th century, dentil-molded crown, ogee bracket feet; H78 1/4” W38 1/2” D21”

514 EIGHT SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

$500-700

$400-700

$500-700

Provenance: Private collection

first quarter 19th century, concave crestrail, bowed seatrail, carved. molded and tapered stretchers, red leatherette fabric; BH33 3/4” SH18” W20 1/2” D18” (8pcs) $1,200-1,800

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515 GEORGE III MAHOGANY GATELEG GAME TABLE

516 LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY COMMODE CABINET

517 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

late 18th/early 19th century, H29 1/4” W32 1/2” D16 1/4”

first half 19th century, configuration of two drawers and doors, bracket feet; H32 1/4” W21 1/4” D17”

first quarter 19th century, crossbanded top, two over three drawers, splayed feet; H36 1/2” W44” D21 1/2”

$300-400

$500-700

519 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE CHEST WITH WRITING DRAWER

520 GEORGIAN CARVED YEW WOOD CORNER CHAIR

19th century, with fitted drawer, and configuration of seven drawers and doors on bracket feet; H34 1/4” W43” D22 1/4”

$300-500

$300-500

518 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY PARTNER’S DESK mid 19th century, gilt-decorated dark green leather writing surface, configuration of twelve drawers and two doors, on molded base; H30” W72” D47 1/2”

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$600-900

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina collection

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late 18th century, BH30 1/4” SH16 1/4” D25 1/2” W25 1/4”


circa 1800, crossbanded top, two over three drawers; H39 3/4” W37 1/4” D20 1/8” $500-700

523 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS 522 DIMINUTIVE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE ON CABINET

International Sale (II)

521 GEORGE III OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

second quarter 19th century, crossbanded top, bow front, reeded stiles flanking four drawers, splayed feet; H39 1/2” W42” D21 1/4” $600-800

first quarter 19th century, molded crown, glazed upper and paneled lower doors, splayed feet; H81” W36 1/2” D14” $400-600

524 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS late 19th/early 20th century, looped crestrail, pierce-carved splat, bowed seatrail, carved molded square legs with stretchers; two arms, five sides; BH39 1/2 SH18” W24” D22” (7pcs) $700-1,000

525 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY ADJUSTABLE FLOOR LAMPS candle stand form with oval top with two lights, on adjustable base; H38 1/2” to 51” W16” D16” (2pcs)

526 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS late 18th/early 19th century, inlaid top, two over three drawers, splayed feet; H36” W46” D21 7/8” $600-800

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Lady

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527 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TILT-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE

528 TWO GEORGIAN STYLE STOOLS

circa 1800, H27” Dia.30” $200-400

19th century, one with tapestry fabric, H17” W20” D14 1/2”; one with needlepoint, H19 1/2” W20” D14 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$300-400

529 DIMINUTIVE GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS mid-19th century, two over three drawers and bracket feet; H33” W41 1/2” D20” $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

530 GEORGE III CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF SIX

531 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SLANT-FRONT WRITING DESK

532 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY TEA TABLE

circa 1790, shell-carved crestrail, pierced splat, molded square legs and stretchers; BH39” SH18” W21” D18” (6pcs)

late 18th century, hinged front, fitted interiors, four long drawers, bracket feet; H42 1/2” W41” D21”

late 18th/19th century, canted corners and carved-edge top, short drawer and cabriole legs with pad feet; H27 1/2” W33 1/2” D23 1/4”

$700-1,000

$500-700

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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534 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

535 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

late 19th century, lower part with serpentine front; H73 1/2” W36 1/2” D17”

first quarter 19th century, molded-edge top, two over three drawers, ogee bracket feet; H36” W42 1/2” D21”

circa 1820, drop leaves, drawer, tapered legs: H28 1/4” W21 1/2” D36”

$400-600

$600-900

International Sale (II)

533 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CURIO CABINET ON STAND

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

538 QUEEN ANNE STYLE OVAL STOOL

536 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE late 19th century, crossbanded bowed top, two drawers, turned legs, platform stretcher; H33” W49” D21 3/4”

circa 1900, tapestry upholstery, cabriole legs, ball-and-claw feet; H19” W23 1/2” D18 1/2” $100-200

$400-600

537 SMALL ENGLISH MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET circa 1830, broken-arch crown, glazed door, paneled door, ogee bracket feet; H85 1/2” W30” D17” $400-600

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539 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1830, D-shaped drop leaves, drawer, tapered legs; H29 1/2” W22 1/2” D34 1/2”

540 DIMINUTIVE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLANT FRONT DESK

541 GEORGE III MAHOGANY D-SHAPED BREAKFAST TABLE

early 19th century, with fitted interiors, H41” W30” D19”

first part 19th century, H30 3/4” W53 3/4” D24 1/4”

$300-400

$300-500

$300-500

542 FOUR GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

543 ENGLISH STRIPPED PINE LINEN PRESS

544 ENGLISH PINE CHEST OF DRAWERS

18th century, arched crestrail, molded seatrail, square legs with molded stretchers; BH37 1/2” SH18” W20” D18” (4pcs)

circa 1850, pullout slides, two over two drawer configuration on molded base; H81 1/2” W48” D21 1/2”

late 19th century, two over three drawer configuration on bracket feet; H46 1/4” W41 1/2” D18”

$500-700

$500-700

$500-700

Provenance: Acquired from Coles & Company, Charleston, in 1986 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Other Notes: Accompanied by documents.

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19th century, H37” W40 1/2” D19” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

546 ENGLISH LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED OAK CLUB CHAIR SET

547 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY TABLE, JOHNSON-HANDLEY-JOHNSON

late 19th/20th century, six side chairs, BH33 1/2” SH18” W19 1/2” D18” (6pcs)

early 20th century, H29 3/4” W45” D26 1/2”

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

International Sale (II)

545 ENGLISH PAINTED PINE CHEST OF DRAWERS

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

548 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT WRITING TABLE 19th century, H31 3/4” W35 1/2” D20” $200-300

549 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CHARGER

550 CHINESE PORCELAIN CHARGER AND BASIN

$800-1,200

Republic period or later, landscape vignette on deep rose-pink sgraffito ground, marked and wax seal remanence; H2 1/2” Dia.14 5/8”; together with famille rose basin, H5” Dia.15 3/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-600

Qianlong period, circa 1770, floral-and-spearhead borders, centering riverscape scene, DIa.14”

Provenance: Private collection

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551 PAIR CHINESE ROSE MANDARIN PORCELAIN VASES

552 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PLATES

18th/19th century, ovoid with wide petal rim, applied qilong at neck and shoulder; converted to lamps; vase H17 1/8” (2pcs) $400-700

Qing dynasty, circa 1830, ornate objects decorated border centering court scene, Mandarin shallow dish, Dia.9 3/8”; and another with large figures and calligraphy, Dia.9 7/8” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Property of a Lady

555 CHINESE BRONZE-MOUNTED FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL, FRENCH MARKET

556 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN PLATES

Qing dynasty, H7 3/4” W11 1/2” D9” $300-400

Qing dynasty, circa 1830, floral and fruit border, centering court scene; Dia.10” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-400

554 CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PLATES Qing dynasty, circa 1830, border with blue fretwork and fan motif, centering court scene, three Dia.7 3/8” and one 10” (4pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Property of a Lady

Qing dynasty, circa 1835, unusual fretwork and object decorated border, centering court scene, Dia.7 3/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Literature: Nadler, Daniel. CHINA TO ORDER. p.126, fig.126, pictured is an other plate from this service.

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553 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN PLATES

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19th century, floral and insect border, centering court scene, Dia.8” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Property of a Lady

558 CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN PLATES Qing dynasty, circa 1840, floral, bird and fan border, centering court scene, Dia.7 7/8” and 9 3/4” (3pcs)

559 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN PLATES

$300-500

Qing dynasty, circa 1830, spring landscape border, centering fairy tale scenes, Dia.8” (2pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-500

Literature: Nadler, Daniel. CHINA TO ORDER. p.132, fig.136-7, pictured are serving dishes from this service.

International Sale (II)

557 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PLATES

Provenance: Property of a Lady

560 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE GRAVY BOATS

561 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES

562 PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES

18th century, decorated with flowering vines and pomegranates; H3 1/8” L8 1/2” (3pcs)

Qing dynasty, 18th century, finely-painted court scenes, applied salamander and shishi handles; H12 1/2” (2pcs)

$150-250

Qing dynasty, each highly decorated with floral-and-figural scenes; pair square, H12”, pair cylinder, H12 1/2”, and pair baluster, H10” (6pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Katrina Hickox Becker

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

$400-600

Provenance: Private collection

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563 PAIR CHINESE IMARI PORCELAIN TRIPLE-GOURD BULB VASES

564 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATES AND PLATTERS

565 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PEACOCK-DECORATED CHARGER

Qing dynasty, blue-and-white floral motifs, accented by iron-red bands and gilded designs, H11 1/2” (2pcs)

18th century, octagonal-border plates and chamfered platter set, floral spray and spearhead designs; comprising 5 plates, Dia.9”, and 6 graduated platters, L10 1/8” to 15” (11pcs)

18th/19th century, border with five vignette depicting birds amongst flower, centering peacock, all on rich basket weave gilt ground; Dia.11 3/8”

$400-800

$400-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

566 LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN HELMET-FORM JUG/PITCHER

567 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES AND PLATTER

568 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN DISHES

Qing dynasty, 18th century, extensive court garden scene and lotus designs, H11” W10 1/2”

19th century, oval Mandarin dish, L11”; and shell-form dish L10 5/8” (2pcs)

$500-800

probably Ming and Qing period; one Kraak ware shallow bowl, Dia.8 1/2”; together with five Canton ware plates, Dia.8 7/8”; and Clobber ware platter, L12 7/8” W10” (7pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$400-600

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$400-700 Provenance: James Francis Bynes collection Private collection Other Notes: James Francis Byrnes (1882-1972) South Carolinian was member of the US House of Representatives (1911-25); US Senator (1931-41); Associate Justice US Supreme Court (1941-42); US Office of Economic and War (1942-45); US Secretary of State (1945-47); and Governor of South Carolina (1951-55)

Provenance: Private collection

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$400-600


19th/20th century, dragon on yellow ground, Dia.16”; and famille rose on gilded ground, Dia.21” (2pcs) $400-800

570 CHINESE PORCELAIN WALL POCKETS

571 CHINESE IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER

late Qing or Republic period, pair decorated with ladies and poems, H9 1/4”; and other Dayazhai, H8 3/8” (3pcs)

Kangxi period, circa 1700, scrolling flowering-vine ground centering chrysanthemum medallion; Dia.17”

$300-500

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

572 PAIR CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATES, DUTCH MARKET

573 CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATE

Qianling period, circa 1740, Imari palette, underglaze-blue and gilt scroll border surrounding wyvern winged dragon crest above the arms of Clifford; Dia.9” (2pcs)

Qing dynasty, circa 1810, unusual tobacco leaf pattern centering Hill family crest with motto: Fac Recte Nil Time, over H; Dia.7 7/8”

$500-800

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Henry Moog Estate of Bobby Dodd Private collection

Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection

International Sale (II)

569 CHINESE ENAMEL-DECORATED PORCELAIN CHARGERS

Literature: Howard, David. Chinese Armorial Porcelain. p.989, fig.X1 Literature: Kroes, Jochem. Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, 2007. pp.119-22, fig.22a. Howard, David. Chinese Armorial Porcelain (vol.I), 1974. p.298 Other Notes: This plate from a large service ordered by the Dutch branch of the Clifford of Chudleigh, England, and commissioned for wealthy banker George Clifford III (1685-1760). George Clifford (1657-1727) the father, moved to Amsterdam in 1640 and started an Anglo-Dutch banking dynasty. George Clifford III was also one of the directors of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). The megacorporation founded in the early 17th century is considered the largest company ever existed in recorded history. His directorship allowed him access to supply his summer estate Hartekamp with extraordinary exotic objects from the east, including over 1251 live plant species, published in the Hortus Cliffortianus by Carl Linneaus in 1737.

Other Notes: another plate from this service can be found in the Winterthur Museum collection.

574 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SOUP PLATES Qianlong period, circa 1770, peony vine border, centering scene of pheasants in landscape; Dia.8 1/2” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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575 CHINESE ËDAMES AU PARASOLÍ PORCELAIN PLATES Qing dynasty, circa 1740, painted after design by Cornelis Pronk (Dutch, 1691ñ1759); Dia.9 1/4” (4pcs) $800-1,200 Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection Literature: Litzenburg. Chinese Export Porcelain. p.175, fig.170 Howard & Ayers. China for the West (vol. I) pp.297-99

576 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BOWL, CUP, TANKARD, AND VASE 18th century, punchbowl, H4” Dia.9 3/8”; double-handle cup, H4 1/4”; tankard, H5 1/2”; and vase, H5 1/2” (4pcs)

577 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEAPOTS AND TANKARD 19th century, pair yellow-ground teapots, H4 1/2”, large teapot, H7”, and turquoise-ground tankard, H4 1/2” (4pcs)

$400-700

$300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

578 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATE Qianlong period, circa 1765, unusual floral, duck and spearhead borders, central scene of cranes in fenced flower garden; Dia.9 1/8” $200-300 Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection

579 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN CHARGER, EUROPEAN SUBJECT

580 RARE CHINESE EXPORT ‘TOBACCO LEAF’ PORCELAIN PLATES, CUPS AND SAUCERS

Qianlong period, circa 1760, chrysanthemum and pomegranate border above spearhead band, centering landscape with sheep; Dia.13 3/4”

Qianlong period, circa 1775, scalloped rims, distinctive leafand-blossom design, rare variation which includes pheasant and squirrel; comprising: 4 plates, Dia.9” 1 soup plate, Dia.9 1/2” 2 cups with saucers (9pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Private collection

$400-600 Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection Literature: Litzenburg. Chinese Export Porcelain. p.225, fig.231 Howard & Ayers. China for the West (vol. II.) pp.540-3

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582 PAIR CHINESE PORCELAIN FISH BOWLS ON STAND

Kangxi Period, circa 1720-30, underglaze-blue and iron-red in an Imari pattern, centering arms of Van Gellicum; Dia.8 3/4”

$200-300

H18” Dia.22” and stand H14” (4pcs)

583 PAIR CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN JARDINIERES

$300-500

20th century, applied peach and blossoming branch decoration, on carved wood stand; pot H18” Dia.22”, and overall H31” (4pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

International Sale (II)

581 CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATE, DUTCH MARKET

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright Literature: Jorg, CJA. Chinese Ceramics in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum, 1997. p.302, fig.353 Kroes, Jochem. Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, 2007. p.118, fig.20; discusses this extensive service.

584 PAIR CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN JARS

585 CHINESE PORCELAIN CACHEPOTS

586 PAIR CHINESE KANGXI-STYLE PORCELAIN JARS WITH COVERS

Qing/Republic period, Double Happiness calligraphy on scrolling ground vine; H10” (2pcs)

probably Republic period, each with yellow ground; pair H12” Dia.14”, and single H13 1/2” Dia.14” (3pcs)

$300-500

$300-400

probably late Qing dynasty, decorated with figures in court garden; double ring on underside; H10 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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587 PAIR CHINESE PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE VASES, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

588 FINE CHINESE ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PUNCHBOWL

589 CHINESE ENAMELED-PORCELAIN OBLONG DISH ON STAND

Republic period, electrified; mounted vases H17” (2pcs)

19th century, H6 5/8” Dia.16”

$200-300

$300-500

probably 19th century, exterior with peacock and flowering vine, and interior with koi; H4” L16” W9”

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

590 CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

591 CHINESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASE AND TABLE SCREEN

592 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED BOWL AND JAR probably Republic period, bowl H7” Dia.12 1/2”, and jar H9 1/2” Dia.9” (2pcs)

$300-500

late 19th/20th century, yellow-glaze vase with later stand and cover, H12”; and round scenic-painted porcelain panel in ornate wood stand, H17” W10 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Ho Ho boy-decorated, H11 1/2”; Kangxi style, H12”; famille rose, H10 1/2”; and garden scene with orange ground, H17 3/4” (4pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

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$200-300


594 CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASES

595 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT

late 19th/20th century, standing figures; H8 1/2” to 10 1/2” (7pcs)

late Qing dynasty or Republic period, pair covered vases, H17”; and reticulated vase, H11 1/2” (3pcs)

probably Republic period, H19” Dia.13”

$200-400

$400-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

International Sale (II)

593 CHINESE PORCELAIN AND CERAMIC FIGURES

$300-500

Other Notes: Each with old labels, the pair George Gravert Antiques, Boston; and single H. Moog, Atlanta.

596 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE late Qing or Republic period, figural vignette on flowering vine and yellow ground; H17 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Woodbrier Associates, Atlanta Private collection

597 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE AND LANTERN Republic period, phoenix bird with landscape vignettes on a flowering vine and yellow ground, H18”; lantern with pictorial medallions on a reticulated pink ground, H12 1/2” (2pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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598 CHINESE PORCELAIN AND CERAMIC FIGURES 18th century and later, Guanyin, H14”; figure on horseback, H9”; immortal, H8 3/4”; boy, H9 1/4”; Sancai-glazed rooster, H4 3/4”; and pair Sancai-glazed foo lions, H5 1/2” (7pcs) $300-500 Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection

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599 CHINESE PORCELAIN ELEPHANT-FORM GARDEN SEAT

600 CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI-DECORATED PORCELAIN VASE, CONVERTED TO LAMP

601 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JARDINIERE ON STAND

late 19th/early 20th century, H21 1/2” W25” D10” $300-400

probably Qing dynasty, vignettes with birds amongst flowers, on a rich blue ground; vase H13 3/4”

20th century, vibrant chrysanthemum spray; H13” Dia.14 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-400

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

602 CHINESE CERAMIC HORSES AND FIGURE

603 CHINESE GLAZED-CERAMIC GARDEN PEDESTALS

604 CHINESE PORCELAIN FISH BOWL

19th/20th century, Tang-style Sancai-glazed horse, H14”; pair Ming style in turquoise, H12 1/2”; and Han-style attendant, H15” (4pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, H22 3/4” to 31” and Dia.11” to 11 3/4” (4pcs)

Republic period or later, dragon-and-floral designs on yellow ground; H32 1/2” Dia.23” (2pcs)

$400-700

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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605 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT probably Republic period, H19 1/4” Dia.13” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

606 CHINA TRADE PAINTING, 19TH CENTURY VIEW OF HARBOR WITH HONGS (probably Hong Kong) oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H29” W55 1/2” $1,500-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

607 CHINESE SCROLLING PAINTING

609 PAIR CHINESE SILK PANELS, FRAMED

19th century, spring landscape with figure, signed, watercolor on silk and contained within frame, overall H65” W28” $300-500

Republic period, ornate bands dividing scenes of dragons above scenes of Ho-Ho boys, all in muted tones on pale rust ground; overall H99” W37 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Property of a Lady

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

608 CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK ROBE 19th century, rich deep blue field accented with couched thread floral-and-fauna vignettes; accented with ornate border and collar, and floral-worked cuff; framed H56 1/2” W49 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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610 CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK ROBE

611 CHINESE CARVED JADE BUCKLE AND PENDANT

19th century, fine blue silk damask field accented with ornate couched gold thread border and collar, and floral-worked cuff; framed H56 1/2” W49 1/2”

Qing dynasty, green buckle L4 3/8”; and white openwork pendant, Dia.2 1/4” (2pcs) $200-400

$300-400

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Acquired from House of Thebaut, Atlanta, in 1993 Property of a Lady

613 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE VASES

614 JAPANESE BRONZE JARDINIERE

615 JAPANESE TRAVELING BOX

late 19th/early 20th century, H12 1/2” (2pcs) $200-300

probably Meiji period, figural cartouches and lion’s mask handles, marked on base; H9 1/2” W13”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-300

Meiji period, diminutive wood case with configuration of six drawers with bronze pulls, and carved handles; H9 1/4” W15 1/4” D8 3/4”

Provenance: Acquired from Mitchell Antiques, in 1981 Property of a Lady

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612 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE VASES, CONVERTED TO LAMPS Republic period or later, vase H13 3/4” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Lady


617 PAIR JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGERS

8 plates, Dia.9 3/4” 4 bowls, Dia.10” to 12” 1 oval cachepot, L12” (13pcs)

Taisho/early Showa period, traditional design, Dia.18” (2pcs)

$300-500

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616 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN BOWLS AND PLATES

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Private collection

618 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN COVERED VASE Meiji or Taisho period, figural cartouches on traditional ground; H18” $300-400 Provenance: Acquired from Tamia Designs, Atlanta, in 1981 Property of a Lady

619 RARE JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN PITCHER Meiji period, H13” $150-250 Provenance: Private collection

620 JAPANESE YELLOW GLASS BUDDHA’S HAND SNUFF BOTTLE, AND CARVED NETSUKE 19th century, hand (Buddha’s hand) fruit with stopper, H3”; and two signed netsuke, H2 1/4” and 1” (3pcs)

621 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN DISHES scalloped rim, marked on underside; H1 3/4” Dia.6 1/8” (8pcs) $100-200 Provenance: Property of a Lady

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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622 THAI POLYCHROME-DECORATED CARVED WOOD DEITY

623 SOUTHEAST ASIAN RETICULATED SILVER BOWL

19th century, H57” W31” D24”

probably Thailand or Cambodia, eight cartouches adorned with repousseworked figures, supported by intricate openwork scrolling foliate-and-bandwork forming a deep bowl; unmarked, appears to be solid silver, engraved: Pogue; H5 3/4” Dia.8 5/8”, and Total 40.5ozT

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

624 MIDEASTERN POLYCHROMED CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF HORSE 19th/20th century, detachable head and tail; H26” W19” D5” $100-200 Provenance: Private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Private collection

625 VINTAGE AFGHAN HAT OR HEADDRESS COLLECTION

626 VINTAGE AFGHAN TRIBAL COAT AND HEADDRESS

627 FINE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAVES

mid 20th century, each adorned with metal charms and coins on fabric; approx. H5” Dia.7 1/2” (37pcs)

mid 20th century, probably wedding ensemble with metal charms on fabric, coat L44” shoulder W16”; together with another mounted in frame, overall H56” W34” (3pcs) $200-400

probably Persian, 18th/19th century, each finely-painted divided pictorial panel with gilt accents, six panels contained within modern frames in pairs; sight size H10 1/2” W6 1/2” and framed H16” W20 5/8” (3frames)

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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India, 18th/19th century, pair finely-decorated pictorial panels depicting figures on horseback and atop elephants, with gilded accents, floating within modern frame; sheet H10 1/4” W6” (2pcs)

629 SANSKRIT AND ARABIC MANUSCRIPT LEAVES, FRAMED

630 CHINESE BOXES

$300-500

18th/19th century, pair Bhagavad Gita poems, sight H3 5/8” W5 3/4”; together with pair Arabic calligraphy, sight H5” W2 1/2”; each in black and red ink with gilded accents and contained within gold frames (4pcs)

Republic period, comprising: red leather with hinged top, H4 3/4” W13 1/4” D7” black-and-red lacquer octagon, H12 1/2” W13 1/4” D13 3/4” black-and-red lacquer with figures, H6 1/2” W20 3/4” D9 3/4” (3pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

$150-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

632 CHINESE PAINTED BLACK-LACQUER BOX ON STAND

633 ASIAN RED-LACQUER ALTAR TABLE

late 19th century, stand of later date; H20 1/2” W25 1/2” D17”

19th century, top with scrolled ends, with carved lattice and floral motifs, on shaped legs; H33” W49” D17 1/2”

$300-400 Provenance: Hong Kong Art Group, purchased in 1981 Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

631 CHINESE RED LACQUER AND PAINTED PEDESTAL

International Sale (II)

628 PAIR FINE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAVES

$300-400

Other Notes: This lot accompanied original documents

Republic period or later, H18 1/2” Dia.17” $150-250 Provenance: Private collection

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634 CHINESE RED LACQUER ARMCHAIRS late 19th/early 20th century, BH33 1/2” SH18” W19” D17” (4pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

635 CHINESE CARVED STONE PLAQUE late 19th/early 20th century, bird among foliage, framed, H17 1/4” W14 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

637 W. GRAY

636 BRITISH OR AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF CHILDREN oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H34” W44”

(British or American, late 19th/early century) pair works: DOGS IN MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPES oils on canvas, framed, signed H12” W20” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Helen & Lawrence Aiken Estate Private collection

$800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

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Thomas Moule (1874-1851) two maps: STAFFORDSHIRE and LANCASHIRE, hand-colored engravings, sheet H10 1/2” W8 3/8” William Daniell (1769-1837) four works: WIGTON-GALLOWAY, INVERLERNIE BRIDGE, THE MILL OF GALLOWAYWIGTONSHIRE and KIRKUDBRIGHT (from A Voyage Round Great Britian series) aquatints, sight H8 3/4” W11 3/8” All framed (6pcs) $300-400 Provenance: The Parker Gallery Private collection

639 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

640 SAMUEL LAWSON BOOTH, RCA

641 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

GENTLEMAN FLY FISHERMAN oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H12” W10”

(British, 1836-1928) PALAZZO ZEN, SAN POLO, VENICE, 1905 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated H24” W16”

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN oil on panel, unsigned H27 1/2” W22 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: Private collection

$200-400

642 PAIR COALPORT PORCELAIN FRUIT COOLERS/ICE PAILS

643 ENGLISH CELADON WARE PORCELAIN FIGURAL CENTERPIECE

circa 1830, Warwick vase-form, finely painted with floral sprigs and gilt scrollwork, unmarked; H11” W11” (2pcs)

probably Minton, dated 1873, Classical design with reticulated basket supported by cornucopia, held by cherub atop rocky base, all with gilded accents; impressed English registration mark; H16” Dia.10”

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

$300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Other Notes: Purchased by the present owner from The Parker Gallery in London, original invoice available to the purchaser, dated 19th September 1984.

$600-900

International Sale (II)

638 MAPS AND VIEWS OF GREAT BRITAIN

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

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644 STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF SCOTSMEN

645 ROYAL DOULTON ‘OYAMA’ PATTERN JARDINIERE

19th century, pair Highlander and Black Watch, H13”; Wallace, H15”; shepherd, H15”; Scotsman with bagpipe and maiden clock, H14 1/2”; hunter, H15”; and couple with harvest, H15” (7pcs)

circa 1910, dragon design with ornate bands; marked: Royal Doulton England Oyama; H12 1/4” Dia.14 1/4”

$200-400

Provenance: Private collection

$150-250

Provenance: Private collection

646 COALPORT AND ROYAL DOULTON PORCELAIN VASES 19th century, Coalport with Classical designs, H14”; and pair Doulton, H13 1/4”; each marked (3pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

647 STAFFORDSHIRE HISTORICAL TRANSFER PLATTER, THOMAS & BENJAMIN GODWIN

648 STAFFORDSHIRE HISTORICAL TRANSFER TUREEN ON STAND WITH LADLE, ENOCH WOOD

Burslem, New Wharf, circa 1809-34, oval form depicting country scene along river, framed by wide floral border; impressed mark: T&B Godwin, New Wharf; L21” W17” $200-400

circa 1830, hollyhock and grapevine ground centering vignettes of manor houses; the underplate with Chateau Ermenonville; stand and tureen impressed: Wood; H11” W13 1/2” , ladle L12”

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Private collection

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19th century, 8 reticulated grape and ivy pattern plates, marked: Wedgwood, A1, QNC, Dia.9”; together with an unmarked grapevine oblong pedestal bowl, H4 1/2” L12” W9” (9pcs) $300-500

650 UNUSUAL WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE LIDDED PITCHER

651 WEDGWOOD NAUTILUS-FORM CENTERPIECE ON STAND

decorated oval vignettes of George Washington and Benjamin Franklin on blue ground, marked; H7”

marked, H10” L10 1/2” and underplate, L12” (2pcs)

$150-250

Provenance: Property of a Lady

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649 WEDGWOOD MAJOLICA PLATES, AND CENTERBOWL

$100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

652 WEDGWOOD CANEWARE GAME PIE DISHES, AND ANOTHER

653 ENGLISH PORCELAIN PLATES, PLATTERS, AND BOWLS

19th century, near pair with rabbit finial and molded with gamebirds and garland; impressed Wedgwood, H5 1/2” L9” and H6 1/2” L10 1/4”, together stoneware deer tureen of later date, unmarked; H9” L10” (3pcs)

19th century, comprising: pair Coalport plates, Dia.8 3/4” pair platters, L11 3/4” single plate, Dia.10 1/8” bowl, Dia.6 1/4” shell bowl, W8” (7pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Acquired from Steed Antiques, St. Simons Island, in 2000 Property of a Lady

$300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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654 ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN SERVICE in the Imari pattern, comprising: 6 crescent salad, L9 1/2” 10 Salad/dessert plates, Dia.8 1/4” 1 footed compote, H4” L11 1/8” W9 3/8” each marked (17pcs) $400-600

655 MINTON PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES, RETAILED BY S&G GUMP & CO

656 CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN PLATES, RETAILED BY CALDWELL, PHILADELPHIA

late 19th century, heavily-gilded wide burgundy border, marked; Dia.10 1/4” (12pcs) $300-500

late 19th century, set of 10 plates with wide rose border centering gilded initial N, Dia.9 1/8”; together with pair Paris Porcelain shell-form dishes, L10 7/8” (12pcs)

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

657 ROYAL DOULTON ‘ENGLISH RENAISSANCE’ PLATES AND CUPS WITH SAUCERS

658 ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES

11 plates, Dia.10 5/8”; and 8 cups with 9 saucers (28pcs)

$200-300

$100-200

Provenance: Property of a Lady

renaissance floral design, marked; Dia.10 3/8” (12pcs)

659 WEDGWOOD ‘BIDEFORD’ PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES Chinoiserie decoration over wide aqua border, Dia.10 3/4” (12pcs) $200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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660 MINTON PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE in the Princess pattern, comprising: 9 plates, Dia.10 1/4” 9 plates, Dia.8 3/4” 1 plate, Dia.7 3/4” 9 rimmed soup, Dia.8 7/8” 10 bread & butter 9 fruit bowls, Dia.5 1/4” 9 cups with saucers 2 platters, L14 7/8” and 17” each marked (67pcs) $400-700 Provenance: Property of a Lady

661 ENGLISH IRONSTONE PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE, JOHN & GEORGE ALCOCK Staffordshire, circa 1839-46, Indian pattern, comprising: 5 plates, Dia.10 1/4” 4 plates, Dia.9” 6 soup plates, Dia.10 1/4” 2 covered entree dishes, L12 1/2” 1 covered sauce tureen, H6” 3 graduated platters, L9” to 15 1/2” 1 well-and-tree platter, L21 3/4” (22pcs) $300-400

662 PAIR IRISH CRYSTAL TWO-LIGHT CANDELABRA

663 REGENCY CUT-CRYSTAL LUSTER GARNITURE

664 WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMWARE SET

late 19th century, with silvered mounts and molded base; H16 1/4” W14 3/4” D3 1/4” (2pcs)

probably Irish, 19th century, five-piece set, H9 1/2” Dia.8” and H6” Dia.5”; together with single candleholder, H8” (6pcs)

$300-400

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Lismore pattern, comprising: 11 goblets, H7” 11 wine, H5 7/8” 12 coupes, H4” 12 flutes, H7 1/4” (46pcs) $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

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665 WATERFORD CRYSTAL CLARET WINE STEM SET

667 FINE ART GLASS PAPERWEIGHT COLLECTION, SIGNED

Lismore pattern, H5 7/8” (14pcs)

Royal Yacht pattern, marked; H4 5/8” (8pcs)

3 St. Clair 1 Wheaton Village 2 Baccarat cameo 2 Baccarat faceted 1 Murano millefiori 1 Lundberg 4 iridescent 2 modern each signed and marked; sizes from H2” Dia.2 5/8” to H4” Dia.4 5/8” (16pcs)

$100-200

$300-500

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

666 THOMAS WEBB CRYSTAL WINE STEMS

668 SIR WILLIAM GEORGE GILLIES (Scottish, 1898-1973) STILL LIFE, APPLES ON PLATTER oil on canvas, framed, signed, old gallery label on verso H20 1/4” W30 1/8” $4,000-7,000 Provenance: Compass Gallery, Glasgow Private collection

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(New York, 1898-1976) CIBLES VARIABLES, 1969 color lithograph, framed, signed & numbered 73/75 sight H27 1/2” W40”

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669 ALEXANDER CALDER

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Acquired from Librairie, Fondation Maeght, St. Paul de Vence, in 1996 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC Other Notes: Accompanied by original invoice.

670 MILLARD SHEETS (California, 1907-1989) RANCH SCENE oil on artist board, framed, signed sight H10” W11 5/8” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Property from a Texas Estate

671 EDDIE ARNING

672 RUFINO TAMAYO

(Texas, 1898-1993) FLOWER IN WINDOW BOX crayon on red paper, framed, signed on reverse above 444 sight H23 1/2” W17 1/4”

(Mexican, 1899-1991) MASCARA (from Rufino Tamayo 18 aguafuertes, 1984) color etching, framed, signed & numbered HC 5/15 sight H29 3/4” W22”

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Property from a Texas Estate

Provenance: Property of a Lady

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673 EDGAR BRANDT (French, 1880-1960) BOULE DE GUI, circa 1925 cast metal, stamped: E. Brandt H3 1/2” Dia.3” $500-800

674 MODERNIST STACKED GLASS AND CONCRETE SCULPTURE

675 JUNK SCULPTURE

20th century, unsigned; H15 1/2” L17 1/4” D4 3/4”

20th century, red metal shelf in the directional arrow, supporting 12 dollhouse miniature chairs and desk; H21” W29” D8”

$200-400

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Property of a Lady

676 FRANK MORBILLO

677 BRAD HOWE

678 CARRARA MARBLE SCULPTURE

(New Mexico, b.1957) BERNINI’S BLADE II, 1998 stainless steel and bronze, signed & dated H70” W15 1/4” D15 1/4”

(California, b.1959) UNTITLED (balance sculpture) painted metal, signed H13” W11” D4”

probably Italian, 20th century, unsigned; H6” W8” D6”

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Acquired from Shidoni Gallery, New Mexico, in 1998 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

$200-400

Other Notes: Accompanied by original documents and correspondence.

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$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC


UNTITLED-ABSTRACT black marble and faux marble, on pedestal, unsigned sculpture, H34 1/2” W21 1/2” D8”, pedestal, H45 1/4” Dia.16” $500-800 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

680 CORRIE PARKER MCCALLUM (South Carolina, 1914-2009) UNTITLED, 1989 polychrome wood sculptural wall hanging, signed H26” W15” D3” $300-500

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679 MID-CENTURY MODERN MARBLE SCULPTURE

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

681 JEAN-PIERRE CASSIGNEUL

682 JACK TWORKOV

683 THEO TOBIASSE

(French, b.1935) PORTRAIT OF A FASHIONABLE WOMAN gouache, framed, signed sight H10” W7 1/4”

(Polish/American, 1900-1982) ABSTRACT oil on paper, framed, signed sight H10” W13”

$600-900

$500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

(Israel/French 1927-2012) two works: LA CLOCHE and LE ROI NU (Les Habits neufs de l’empereur ) (Illustration for Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales) circa 1980 and 1978 lithograph, framed, signed & numbered 277/350 and 67/350 image H20” W25 1/2” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Acquired from The Little Acorn, Georgia Property of a Lady

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684 J. RIERA

685 MODERNIST SCHOOL, 20TH/21ST CENTURY

686 MODERNIST SCHOOL, 20TH/21ST CENTURY

(French, Mid-20th century) VIEILLES MAISONS, PLACE FOCH oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H23 1/2” W31 1/2”

HOMAGE TO HEAVEN, ELEMENTS OF THE UNIVERSE, NO. 24, oil on canvas, unframed, signed illegibly H65 1/2” W47 1/4”

ELEMENTS OF THE OF THE UNIVERSE, NO. 28 three-panel oil on canvas, unframed, signed illegibly H68” W49” (3pcs)

$300-500

$200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Property of a lady

Provenance: Private collection

687 SUSAN STAMM EVANS

688 FRANCISCO DOSAMANTES

689 TORE AARHOLT

(New Mexico, b.1952) DREAM FRAGMENTS VI mixed media sculptural wall hanging, signed and titled H16” W10” D2”

(Mexican, 1911-1986) NATURALEZA MUERTA CON FRUTA oil on canvas, framed, signed H29 2/3” W23 3/4”

(Norwegian, b.1945) FIGUR MED MASKE, 1991 woodcut, framed, signed, titled, dated & numbered 9/40 image H27 1/2” W19 1/2”

$300-500

$500-800

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Property from a Texas Estate

Provenance: Acquired from Kunstnforbundet, Oslo in 1993 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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$300-500


691 HAGIWARA HIDEO

692 OPY SARPAKI ZOUNI

(Peruvian/Colombian, 1926-2013) TELARANA, 1966 ink and watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H27” W19”

(Japanese, 1913-2007) AFFECTATION, 1961 color woodcut, framed, signed, titled & numbered 15/30 sight H28 1/2” W19”

(Greek, 1941-2008) ASCENT TO SQUARE serigraph, framed, signed, dated & numbered sight H26 1/2” W19 1/2”

$300-500

$200-300

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

693 AMERICAN ABSTRACT SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY

694 AMERICAN ABSTRACT SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY

695 JUDITH BLEDSOE

triptych: APPROACH, CONFRONTATION, and SETTLEMENT pastel on paper, shadowbox frame, signed illegibly sheet H22” W22” (3pcs)

pair works: PERFECT RELATIONSHIP TRILOGY #2 and SPEAKING OF A BROKEN HEART #2, 1986 gouache on paper, framed, signed illegibly sight H21” W24” (2pcs)

$300-500

$300-500

(American, 1938-2013) pair works: A GAGGLE OF GEESE and A SEIGE OF HERONS color lithographs, framed, signed sight H19” W20” (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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690 ARMANDO VILLEGAS

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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696 GINO HOLLANDER

697 JOHNNY GOTTHARD FRIEDLAENDER

698 GINO HOLLANDER

(American, 1924-2015) SAIL BOAT AT SEA acrylic on canvas, framed, signed & dated 74 H39” W39”

(French/Polish, 1912-1992) ABSTRACT COMPOSITION color etching, framed, signed & numbered in pencil 58/85 image H19” W23”

(American, 1924-2015) ABSTRACT acrylic on canvas, framed, signed & dated 1974 H30” W40”

$200-400

$200-400

$150-300

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

Provenance: Estate of Tate & Constance Wright

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

699 LEONOR FINI

700 THELMA BAXLEY

701 SALVADOR DALI (AFTER)

(Argentine/Italian, 1907-1996) four works: CATS (from the Les Grande Parade des Chats series), 1973 color lithographs, framed, signed & numbered in pencil, 123/230 sight H12 1/2” W8 3/8” (4pcs)

(American, first half 20th century) ART DECO INTERIOR ELEVATION watercolor and pencil, framed, signed sight H15 1/2” W20 3/4”

(Spanish, 1904-1989) MEMOIRES DU TEMPS PERDU, circa 1982 color etching, framed, signed & numbered in pencil, XI/CCC sight H19” W22 1/2”

$200-300

$200-400

Provenance: Acquired from Francis D. McNairy Antiques, Savannah, in 2000 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from European Art Project, California in 1980s Property of a lady

$100-200 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

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703 CORRIE PARKER MCCALLUM

704 WILL BARNET

705 KAN KAWADA

(Japanese, 1917-1999) NIWA (Contemplation) woodcut, framed, signed, titled, dated & numbered sight H23 3/4” W17 1/4”

(South Carolina, 1914-2009) UNTITLED, 1989 acrylic on paper, framed, signed sheet H13 1/2” W10”

(American, 1911-2012) WOMAN AND WHITE CAT, circa 1971 color screenprint, framed, signed, titled & numbered 12/200 sight H24” W20 1/2”

(Japanese, 1927-1999) HIDA TAKAYAMA STREET SCENE, 1977 color woodcut, framed, signed, titled & numbered in pencil 52/60 sight H23 1/2” W35”

$150-250

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

$400-800

$200-300

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

$300-400

706 TANAKA RYOHEI (Japanese, 1933-2019) two works: THATCHED FARMHOUSE and HOUSE NEAR RIVER etchings, framed, signed, dated, and numbered in pencil 61/200 and 55/120, 1980 images H5” W3 5/8” and H15 3/8” W9 1/8” (2pcs)

707 OSCAR DE LA RENTA COLLECTION ‘JUPE’ STYLE EXTENSION DINING TABLE in the Regency style with figural walnut and burl veneer, round with Jupe-style mechanism top with sunburst inlay, carved pedestal and platform base, by Century; fitted with six 12-inch leaves; H30 1/2” Dia.60”, the fully extended table H30 1/2” Dia.84”

$300-400

$1,500-3,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Sold to benefit a nonprofit organization

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702 RIKIO TAKAHASHI

708 OSCAR DE LA RENTA COLLECTION DINING CHAIRS in the George II taste with upholstered backs and seats, carved cabriole legs ending with ball-and-claw feet; by Century; BH45” SH15” W24” D24” (8pcs) $900-1,600 Provenance: Sold to benefit a nonprofit organization

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709 FEATHERWORK TILT-TOP TABLE, BY BILL CUNNINGHAM

710 ARTEK MODEL H90 EXTENSION TABLE, DESIGNED BY ALVAR AALTO

20th century, decorated overall with various exotic plumes; H38 1/2” Dia.2”

(Finnish, 1898-1976) H-legged design, birch and enameled steel, with two 22-inch leaves; H28 1/2” Dia.50”

circa 1960, (Cherner, American, 1920-1987) comprising: one arm and seven side chairs, most with Plycraft labels; armchair BH31” SH17” W25” D22” (8pcs)

$400-600

$1,000-2,000

$1,200-2,000

Provenance: Estate of Katrina Hickox Becker

Provenance: Acquired from ICF, New York, in 1982 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Smolen’s Contemporary Interiors, New Haven by descent to present owner

Other Notes: Accompanied by original invoice duplicate and other documents.

Literature: Atlas of Furniture Design, Vitra Design Museum, 2019. p.639

Literature: Cunningham, Bill. FASHION CLIMBING. New York: Penguin, 2018.

711 NORMAN CHERNER DINING CHAIRS

Other Notes: Purchased by the present owner mother in 1962 from distinguished New Haven Connecticut designer firm, Smolen’s Contemporary Interiors.

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712 BIRCH FLEDERMAUS TABLE AND ARMCHAIRS, DESIGNED BY JOSEF HOFFMANN

713 ARTEK 98 TEA TROLLEY, DESIGNED BY ALVAR AALTO

(Austrian, 1870-1956) Cafe table, H25 3/4” Dia.26”; pair chairs, BH28” SH18” W22” D18 3/4” (3pcs)

(Finnish, 1898-1976) bent birch frame, iki top, oversized wheels with rubber; H22 1/2” W34 1/2” D19 1/2”

$700-1,000

$600-800

Provenance: Acquired from ICF, New York, in 1988 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Acquired from Artek, Helsinki, in 1985 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Other Notes: Accompanied by original bill of sale, and other documents.

Other Notes: Accompanied by correspondence and documents related to the ordering of this trolley.

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715 MID-CENTURY MODERN ARTEK 611 CHAIRS, DESIGNED BY ALVAR AALTO

H15” W41 1/4” D23” $200-300

(Finnish, 1898-1976) birch with natural webbing, stacking design, BH30 3/4” SH17 3/4” W19 1/4” D19 1/4” (6pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

$800-1,200

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714 MID-CENTURY MODERN WROUGHT-METAL AND GLASS COFFEE TABLE

Provenance: Acquired from ICF, New York, in 1982, and two from Artek in 1985 Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC Literature: Pallasmaa. Alvar Aalto Furniture. Helsinki, 1984. p.203 Other Notes: Accompanied by original invoice which includes four chairs; and copy of the two ordered from Finland.

716 PAIR ITALIAN WHITE LEATHER BAR STOOLS, MATTEO GRASSI

717 PAIR WASSILY CHAIRS, DESIGNED BY MARCEL BREUER

718 PAIR FAUX MARBLE AND SHELL-CARVED CONSOLE TABLES

BH38” SH28” W15 1/2” D16” (2pcs)

(Hungarian, 1902-1981) for Knoll, chrome frame and leather-strap upholstery, unsigned; BH29” SH16” W31” D27” (2pcs)

H30” W42 1/2” D22 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Acquired from Roche Bobois, Atlanta in 1987 Property of a Lady

$400-600

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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720 ETCHED GLASS AND WROUGHT-IRON TABLE

721 NUEVO AMICI BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL BENCH

H40” W10 1/2” D9”

H29” Dia.48”

H16 1/2” W47 1/4” D15 5/8”

$400-600

$300-400

$200-400

Provenance: Acquired from Kipling, Atlanta, in 1990 Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

722 MID-CENTURY MODERN CESCA ARMCHAIRS, ATTRIBUTED TO MARCEL BREUER

723 MID-CENTURY MODERN CONSOLE TABLE WITH STONE OVERLAID TOP

724 OREEN ELLIS ‘HYSLEY’ SIDE CHAIR, AND CHROME AND LEATHER ARMCHAIR

(Hungarian, 1902-1981) four side chairs, marked: Made in Italy, BH30 3/4” SH18” W24” D19”; and two unmarked armchairs (6pcs)

beige and gray stone veneered top, on black lacquer base; H31” W58” D18”

BH36” SH18” W16” D17”, and BH32” SH18” W21” D19” (2pcs)

$200-300

$200-300

$300-500

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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719 MID-CENTURY ITALIAN MARBLE OVERLAY SCULPTURAL PEDESTAL

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726 PAINTED AND GOLD-LEAF DECORATED CARVED WOOD COFFEE TABLE

727 FRENCH FAUX-STONE AND CAST-IRON BISTRO TABLE

attributed to Artedi, Italy; H21 3/4” W27” D17”

with bronze-mounted edge; H17” W45 1/2” D21”

mid 20th century, H29” Dia.24 1/4”

$150-250

$200-300

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

728 ARCO MARBLE AND STAINLESS STEEL FLOOR LAMP designed by Achille Castiglioni (Italian, 1918-2002), and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni (Italian, 1913-1968); H95” W84” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

729 MID-CENTURY MODERN TRIENNALE FLOOR LAMP, DESIGNED BY ANGELO LELII (Italian, 1911-1979) for Arredoluce, leather, marble and chrome, marked: Made in Italy; H69” W40” $1,000-2,000

730 MID-CENTURY MODERN CHROME FLOOR LAMPS

731 SCANDINAVIAN CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP, BY PUKEBERG

one with adjustable height; H43” and H53” (2pcs)

H9 1/2” W4 5/8” D4”

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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725 MID-CENTURY MODERN HAND-HONED MARBLE, CHROME AND GLASS SIDE TABLE

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Leilani Hovden DeMuth, Seabrook Island, SC

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733 PAPUA NEW GUINEA ANCESTRAL FIGURE

734 PAPUA NEW GUINEA ANCESTRAL FIGURE

735 RARE PAPUA NEW GUINEA FEMALE ANCESTRAL FIGURE

Iatmul Tribe, Mindimbit Village, Sepik River, East Sepik Province, probably early 20th century, handsome spirit carving of wood, bone, shell and woven fiber with rare shoulder mask; H94” W16” D9”

Ramu River, probably early 20th century, carved wood cult figure with shell and pigments, mounted on black base; H61”, and base H20” W24” D15”

probably Keram River, early 20th century, carved wood on contemporary metal base and pedestal; H53 1/4”, pedestal H16” W10” D10”

Mindimbit Village, Sepik River, East Sepik Province, probably early 20th century, spirit carving of wood, shell and fiber; H52” W11” D8”

$800-1,200

$400-700

$400-600

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1989 Southern private collection

Provenance: Acquired in Australia in the 1990s Southern private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection

Provenance: Australian collection acquired in Mindimbit in 1981 Acquired from Galleries Primitif, Australia in 1990 Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the gallery description.

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the gallery description.

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Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale, and original gallery label.


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736 PAPUA NEW GUINEA DECORATED SHIELD

737 PAPUA NEW GUINEA FIGURAL CARVED FOOD HOOK

738 PAPUA NEW GUINEA FIGURAL CARVED FOOD HOOK

739 PAPUA NEW GUINEA YIPWON SPIRIT FIGURE

Ramu River, East Sepik Province, mid 20th century, tapered plank with rounded corners, two-tone pigment decorated geometric design; H46 1/2” W17”

Kandigai Village, Middle Sepik River, mid 20th century, wood male figure with shell and straw, H63” W17” D4”

Kandigai Village, Middle Sepik River, first half 20th century, wood male figure with shell and straw, H69” W14” D3”

$400-600

$300-600

middle Sepik River, first half 20th century, polychrome decorated carved wood and shell cult hook on contemporary pedestal; H61 1/2”, pedestal H24” W12” D12”

$300-600

Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection

Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale.

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale.

Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale.

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$300-600 Provenance: Acquired in Australia in 1990s Southern private collection

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740 PAPUA NEW GUINEA CEREMONIAL ADZE

741 PAPUA NEW GUINEA DECORATED SHIELD

742 PAPUA NEW GUINEA COMPENSATION DOLL

Highlands, first half 20th century, carved wood, rattan wrapped, shaped and polished stone axe; H20 1/4” W24 1/2”

Karam Tribe, Schrader Mountain Ranges in Madang Province, Western Highlands, probably mid 20th century, three-tone pigment geometric carved design with feather border; H36 1/2” W17”

probably Mendi Valley, Southern Highlands, first half 20th century, “Pay Back” figure of woven fabric, shells, leaves, feather, and other materials, accompanied by custom-made pedestal and cover; H28” W11 3/4”, and pedestal H71” W18 3/4” D11”

$300-500 Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1989 Southern private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the original bill of sale.

$300-500 Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1989 Southern private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Acquired from Galleries Primitif, Australia in 1990s Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the gallery description.

743 PAPUA NEW GUINEA CARVED WOOD TRIBAL STORYBOARD Keram River, 20th century, depicting Kambot village crocodile and villages; H41” W56” $300-500 Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection

744 PAPUA NEW GUINEA SPIRIT MASK

745 PAPUA NEW GUINEA WOVEN DANCE MASK

probably Mindimbit, Sepik River, mid 20th century, oblong carved wood, shell, and fiber; H57 1/2” W16”

Kanganaman Village, Middle Sepik River, mid 20th century, two face tambuan of decorated rattan fibers and faces accented with fronds; H44 1/2” Dia.22”

$400-700 Provenance: Acquired in Australia in the 1990s Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale, and original gallery label.

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$400-600 Provenance: Acquired in the southwestern Pacific in the 1990s Southern private collection


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746 PAPUA NEW GUINEA SACRED FLUTE

747 PAPUA NEW GUINEA ANCESTRAL FIGURE

748 PAPUA NEW GUINEA DECORATED SHIELD

East Iatmul Tribe, Timbunke Village, middle Sepik River, carved wood, shell, woven fiber, and feather; H88”

Blackwater River, East Sepik Province, first half 20th century, carved wood cult figure, H28”

Mendi Valley, Southern Highlands, mid 20th century, worrumbi two-tone pigment on carved oval plank; H52” W16”

$200-300

$200-300

$300-500

Provenance: Acquired from Galleries Primitif, Australia in 1990 Southern private collection

Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1989 Southern private collection

Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1989 Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the original bill of sale.

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the gallery description.

749 INDONESIA DECORATED SHIELD

750 PAPUA NEW GUINEA FIGURAL STORAGE JAR

751 AFRICAN CEREMONIAL HELMET ANIMAL MASK

probably Asmat people, West Papua Irian Jaya, mid 20th century, oblong plank with rounded corners, three-tone pigment in geometric design; H80” W22 1/2”

Aibom Village, East Sepik Province, mid 20th century, painted clay with woven fiber handles, H26 1/2” Dia.18”

Yaka or Suku people, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 20th century, painted wood and hide hyena mask with raffia; H33” W18”

$200-300

Provenance: Acquired from Seed Gallery, New Zealand in 1990s Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the gallery description.

Provenance: Acquired from New Guinea Primitive Arts, Australia in 1990s Southern private collection

$300-400

$150-250 Provenance: Acquired in Australia in 1990s Southern private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of the handwritten bill of sale. Other Notes: These masks used during the ceremonial transition to adult life. Adolescent boys are separated from the village and undergo a series tests designed to measure their strength and courage.

Other Notes: Retaining old gallery tag.

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752 PAPUA NEW GUINEA GOPE SPIRIT BOARD

754 PAPUA NEW GUINEA CARVED CASSOWARY BONE DAGGERS

20th century, low relief carved design with white pigment and top projection; H32 1/2” W13”

Sepik River region, mid 20th century Manambu tribe example, L14”; and Wosera region with carved birds, L14 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Acquired in Australia in 1990s Southern private collection

753 PAPUA NEW GUINEA WOOD AND SKIN KUNDU Sepik River, first half 20th century, carved wood and hide ceremonial drum; H24 1/2” Dia.5” $150-250 Provenance: Acquired in Australia in the 1990s Southern private collection

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755 AFRICAN AND OCEANIC CEREMONIAL MASKS

756 PAPUA NEW GUINEA ARROWS AND SPEARS

pigment decorated carved wood, H10” W6 3/4” to H25” W10” (7pcs)

20th century, pigment, woven fiber, bamboo and carved wood, L35 3/4” to 66 1/2” (39pcs)

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Acquired in Australia in the 1990s Southern private collection

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$200-300 Provenance: Acquired from Galleries Primitif and New Guinea Primitive Arts, in 1990 and 1989 Southern private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by copies of gallery document and bills of sale.


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757 OCEANIC TRIBAL FIGHTING SPEARS

758 OCEANIC TRIBAL FIGHTING SPEARS

probably early 20th century, comprising: 2 Telei Tribe, Bouganville, Soloman Island examples, together with another barbed spear; L71” to 96” (3pcs)

first half 20th century, comprising: Iwan Tribe Papua New Guinea, L94 1/4” Cape York, Queensland, L101” together with three others, L71” to 109 1/2” (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Acquired from Galleries Primitif, Australia in 1990 Southern private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by copy of gallery document

$300-500

759 TRIBAL POLYCHROME-DECORATED CARVED WOOD MASK H12” W9” $100-200 Provenance: Acquired from Trosby Galleries, West Palm Beach Property of a Lady

Provenance: Acquired from Galleries Primitif, Australia in 1990 and 1989 Southern private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two copy of gallery documents

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Terms & Conditions of Sale REGISTRATION FOR BIDDING. All prospective bidders must have an active Charlton Hall Account in good standing, sign Registration Form and provide government issued photo ID for each sale. *If you would like to establish an account with our firm, please complete Account Setup Form and provide government issued photo ID. *At the discretion of Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., prospective bidders may be required to provide a deposit against bids. 1. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and all lots are sold as shown and “AS IS”, “WHERE IS”, with all faults, imperfections, and errors of description. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., their employees and/or agents are not responsible for errors of description, genuineness or authenticity, and fault or defect in any lot. No warranties or representations whatsoever are given by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., its employees and/or agents, to any buyer in respect to any lot. 2. ALL PAYMENTS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING AUCTION, and all merchandise must be removed from the premises the day of the auction. Payment can be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, bank wire transfer, or local pre-approved checks. Merchandise paid for with US bank drawn pre-approved check or foreign cashier’s check will be held for 10 banking days. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. accepts credit cards from domestic buyers up to $5000, credit card payment will include an additional 4% surcharge. International buyers are required to pay bank wire transfer. 3. We do not give refunds. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. represents and sells consigned property on behalf of sellers, estates, public and private institutions and other entities. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. recommends prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest. All lots offered are available for your examination prior to auction date. Registering for a sale and placing bids on any lot signifies that you or your agent have examined the property as fully as you desire. Written and oral descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, materials or any other feature of any lot being sold. If you require absolute certainty in all areas of authenticity, and the results of your evaluation leave uncertainty in your mind, we recommend you not bid on the lot in question. All sales are final, and no refunds will be given. No statement written or oral made by the auctioneer shall be deemed a warranty or assumption of liability by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. or by any seller represented by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. 4. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the buyer of that lot. In the event of any dispute, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion to either determine the successful bidder or to re-offer for bidding, the lot in dispute. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. has sole discretion to refuse any bid, to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, and to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale. 5. Some lots may be offered subject to a reserve, which is a minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. may implement such reserves by bidding on behalf of the seller. 6. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., reserves the right to allow its employees to bid competitively at all auctions. 7. A buyer’s premium of 25% of the successful bid price will be added to each lot thereto and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price of each lot. Credit card payment will include an additional 4% surcharge. 8. Sales Tax: All purchases, including buyer’s premium, are subject to the collection of South Carolina state and local sales taxes. Buyers will be required to pay 7% sales tax at the time of payment unless the registered buyer provides Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. with a valid Retail License Number, and can completes the ST-8A Resale Certificate submitted with a copy of said retail license. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. complies with South

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Guide for Prospective Buyers Bidding and buying at auction is an exciting and fast-paced process. If you have never participated in a live sale before, we encourage you to consult with one of our staff members to discuss how the process works. Terms & Conditions of Sale: Charlton Hall encourages prospective buyers to read the Conditions of Sale printed in the back of this catalogue for more complete information. Registration: All prospective bidders must have an active Charlton Hall account in good standing, complete a Registration Form, and provide a government-issued photo ID for each sale. First-Time Registration: If you have never registered to bid at Charlton Hall, you must complete our Account Setup Form, present a government-issued photo ID, and be approved. At the discretion of Charlton Hall, prospective bidders may be required to provide a deposit against bids. Preview Exhibition: Charlton Hall offers auction previews leading up to every sale. Galleries are open to the public for preview during printed dates and by appointment. Condition Reports: Charlton Hall and its staff will be pleased to issue Condition Reports for any lot offered. Please note that our staff and specialists are not professional conservators, and that statements of condition are only our opinion. Please remember all lots are sold “AS IS”, and as stated in the Terms & Conditions governing each sale, we strongly encourage bidders or their agents to examine property first-hand prior to bidding. Bidding: We are pleased to offer various bidding platforms at Charlton Hall. You may wish to attend and bid in person, or make prior arrangements to bid by Phone, Absentee, or view the sale live via Live Internet bidding. Please keep in mind the highest bidder acknowledged by our auctioneer will be the purchaser of the item. Although our auctioneer is highly skilled and competent, due to technology and human error, there is always the possibility a bid may be seen or entered too late, and the bidder must acknowledge that once the auctioneer closes bidding, the sale is final. Please see Terms & Conditions of Sale for bid increments, and additional information governing each sale. Payment: In addition to the hammer price, the winning bidder agrees to pay Charlton Hall a buyer’s premium, as well as any applicable taxes. All payments are due immediately following the auction. Payment may be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, bank wire transfer or a pre-approved US bank-drawn check. Charlton Hall accepts credit cards from domestic buyers up to $5000, a 4% surcharge will apply. International buyers are required to pay bank wire transfer. Pickup & Shipping: We request all purchased lots be removed from the premises within 5 business days. Charlton Hall and its staff will provide a list of recommended shippers and packers whom our worldwide clients have successfully used. For prompt service, we request 24-hour notification of a scheduled pickup appointment.

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