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Contemporary Art &

Magnificent Antiques at Auction The Estate of Lisa Kurts, Memphis

CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONEERS 6 & 7 September 2013


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The Estate of Lisa Kurts, Memphis

Magnificent Antiques at Auction Sale Dates Friday 6 September, beginning at 1pm (Lots 1-372) Saturday 7 September, beginning at 10am (Lots 400-915)

Preview Exhibition Preview Reception: Saturday 31 August (4pm - 7pm) Wednesday 4 September (12noon - 8pm) Thursday 5 September (10am - 6pm) Friday 6 September (10am - 6pm) Saturday 7 September (8am - 12noon) and by appointment

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Important Estate, Museum, and Private Collections Property De-Accessioned from the Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia Property De-Accessioned from the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina Estate of William M. Hardy, Sr., Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia Estate of Nancy Amelia Means, Columbia, South Carolina Property descended in the prominent early Charleston, South Carolina Gourdin and Young families

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The Estate of Lisa Kurts Fine Art, Photography and Scuplture

Session I 6 September Friday at 1pm

Lots 1-372

CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONEERS West Columbia, SC


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1 HENRY OSSAWA TANNER (Pennsylvania/Georgia/France, 1859-1937) stuDY For Christ at thE homE oF marY anD martha, c. 1904-5 oil on panel, framed, unsigned, estate stamp by son Jesse o. tanner verso; museum of the national Center of afro-american artists label verso h7 3/4” w9”

$40,000-60,000 Provenance: New York City private collection. Exhibitions: AFRO-AMERICAN ARTISTS IN PARIS: 1919-1939, Nov 8-Dec 22, 1989, The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York. Literature: Barnard, Catherine. AFRO-AMERICANS IN PARIS: 1919-1939. New York: Hunter College, 1989. Other Notes: After leaving the United States for France in the early 1890s, Tanner became increasingly interested in religous subject matter such as CHRIST AT THE HOME OF MARY AND MARTHA. The final version of the painting is now in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.

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2 CHARLES ETHAN PORTER (Connecticut/new York, 1847-1923) Floral still liFE oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower right h10 1/4” w14 1/4”

$4,000-6,000 3 CHARLES ETHAN PORTER (Connecticut/new York, 1847-1923) still liFE with GEraniums oil on canvas laid on board, framed, signed lower right h19 3/4" w15 3/4"

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$5,000-7,000

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4 PHILLIP JEWEL HAMPTON (illinois/Georgia, born 1922) laDY in YEllow, 1967 mixed media, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h5 3/4” w5 1/8”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia

5 WEST FRASER (south Carolina, born 1955) wintEr’s briGht liGht, 1998-99 oil on linen, superb giltwood cove frame, signed & dated lower right h32” w30”

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection The Charleston Renaissance Gallery, Charleston, SC

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Literature: Fraser, West. CHARLESTON IN MY TIME: THE PAINTINGS OF WEST FRASER. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2001, illus. plate 104.

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6 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (south Carolina, 1929-2004) woman in whitE hat, 2001 watercolor, unframed, signed & dated lower right h22 1/4” w18 1/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family.

7 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (south Carolina, 1929-2004) Portrait oF DauGhtEr, Donna, 1986 watercolor, unframed, signed lower right, signed & titled verso h23” w14 1/2”

$700-900 Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family. 6

8 EDWARD VON SIEBOLD DINGLE (south Carolina, 1893-1975) no. 1150 rinG-nECKs gouache on board, framed, signed and titled lower right and verso. h13” w11”

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$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

9 EDWARD VON SIEBOLD DINGLE (south Carolina, 1893-1975) CarDinal on lEathErwooD trEE gouache on artist board, framed, signed & titled lower left & verso sight: h12 1/2” w14”

$700-900 Provenance: Aurora, Oregon private collection

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10 ALFRED HEBER HUTTY (south Carolina, 1877-1954) From ChurCh anD traDD strEEts, CharlEston, 1949 watercolor, framed, signed & titled in pencil verso, authenticated & dated by his wife in ink verso h21” w17 3/8”

$15,000-22,000

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Provenance: Collection of Roger P. Hanahan Jr., Charleston, SC, by descent Purchased from the artist circa 1949 by the owners of 78 1/2 Church Street.

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12 MICHAEL EASTMAN (missouri, born 1947) amEriCan thEatEr, 1996 C-print, framed, signed, numbered 2/15, 2005 edition, & titled image: h36” w28 1/4”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael, VANISHING AMERICA, New York: Rizzoli, 2008, p. 17. 11

11 ALFRED HEBER HUTTY (south Carolina, 1877-1954) rED oaKs oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower left h16” w20”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: California private collection

13 ALFRED HEBER HUTTY (south Carolina, 1877-1954) at low tiDE, 1921 etching, framed, pencil signed plate: h9” w5 7/8”

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Gulfport, Mississippi private collection Literature: Arnold, Sara C. THE LIFE AND ART OF ALFRED HUTTY. Columbia, SC: USC Press, 2012. p.125, cat.4.

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14 ELIZABETH O’NEILL VERNER, RARE TRIAL PROOF ETCHING

(south Carolina, 1883-1979) in thE shaDow oF st. miChaEls etching with graphite, framed, pencil signed & inscribed plate: h10” w7 3/4”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection Other Notes: This work offers a rare glimpse into the creative and technical processes Verner employed to create etchings. The surface of the etching has pencil markings making changes to shadows, outlines and most intertestingly adding and modifying the figures walking along Broad Street. It is notated “Trial proof - Pencil corrected” in the lower margin and “unstretched - unnumbered” under the mat. A rare find for Charleston Renaissance and Verner collectors.

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16 CAREW RICE (south Carolina, 1899-1971) Diana and FailurE silhouettes, unframed, both signed & titled image: h6” w4 1/4” & h6 1/4” w5 1/8” (2pcs)

$400-600 17 JULIA HOMER WILSON 15

(south Carolina, 1910-2001) mEEtinG strEEt graphite, framed, signed lower left sight: h23 1/2” w16 1/2”

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$400-600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

18 JULIA HOMER WILSON (south Carolina, 1910-2001) broaD strEEt graphite, framed, signed lower right sight: h20” w29”

$400-600 16 (one of two)

15 ELIZABETH WHITE (south Carolina, 1893-1976) a summEr’s DaY, PawlEYs islanD, south Carolina hand-colored lithograph, unframed, signed & titled in plate sheet: h12 1/4” w17 1/4”

$300-500

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

19 COLLECTION OF SKETCHBOOKS BY VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON

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(south Carolina, 1929-2004), circa 1970s, over 40 drawings in graphite, ink & watercolor in two spiralbound sketchbooks, page size h14” w11”, one with extensive notes on painting and stream-of-conciousness thoughts showing her creative process. (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

20 COLLECTION OF SKETCHBOOKS BY VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (south Carolina, 1929-2004), early 1980s, close to 50 drawings in graphite & ink in hardbound sketchbook, page size h11” w8 1/2”, created during bolton’s move to Edisto island, she records rural life on the island including a particularly moving series on an african-american group of quilters; together with a smaller sketchbook, circa 1992, with approx. 30 drawings of downtown Charleston and portraits of her favorite models each identified by name, page size: h5 3/4” w8 3/4”. (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family 18

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21 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (south Carolina, 1929-2004) CharlEston marKEt, FEbruarY morninG lithograph, unframed, pencil signed & numbered 31/57 h22 1/4” w18 1/4”

$400-600 Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family.

22 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (south Carolina, 1929-2004) FlowEr laDY lithograph, unframed, pencil signed & numbered 86/100 h21 3/4” w15 1/8”

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23 COLLECTION OF CHARLESTON PRINTS BY VERNER AND WILSON Elizabeth o’neill Verner (south Carolina, 1883-1979) thE bEnD in ChurCh and shEm CrEEK, lithograph, pencil signed Julia homer wilson (south Carolina, 1910-2001) huGuEnot CornEr, lithograph, pencil signed & titled on mat together with an offset lithograph by wilson, st. PhilliPs stEEPlE, signed in plate and a photoreproduction of shEm CrEEK by Verner framed sizes ranging from: h16” w17” to h24” w19 1/2” (4pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$300-500

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24 CHRISTOPHER A.D. MURPHY (Georgia, 1902-1973) KinG strEEt, niGht, CharlEston etching, framed, pencil signed, titled under mat & numbered 4 plate: h8” w10”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina collection

Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family.

25 CHRISTOPHER A.D. MURPHY (Georgia, 1902-1973) aZalEas at bonaVEnturE oil on canvasboard, framed, signed lower left, signed & titled verso sight: h14” w10 3/4”

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: South Carolina collection

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26 CHRISTOPHER P.H. MURPHY

28 PAUL SAWYIER

(Georgia, 1869-1939) mEn in boats watercolor on illustration board, framed, unsigned sight: h8 3/4” w15 1/2”

(new York/Kentucky, 1865-1917) Fall lanDsCaPE, 1901 oil on board, period framed, signed & dated right h18” w24”

$1,500-2,500

$20,000-30,000

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Provenance: South Carolina collection

27 HATTIE SAUSSY (Georgia, 1890-1978) saVannah marsh at DusK oil on canvasboard, framed, signed lower right h9 3/4” w13 7/8”

29 CRAWFORD GILLIS (alabama, 1914-2000) bonita CatCh, 1952 oil on canvas, unframed, signed & dated lower right h30” w33”

$4,000-6,000

$1,500-2,500 Literature: Rush, Thetis, HATTIE SAUSSY, GEORGIA PAINTER. Spartanburg, SC: Robert M. Hicklin, Jr. Inc., 1983.

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30 CRAWFORD GILLIS (alabama, 1914-2000) FEEDinG mothEr, 1941 oil on canvas, unframed, signed & dated lower left h28 3/4” w26 3/4”

$4,000-6,000 Exhibitions: NEW SOUTH, NEW DEAL AND BEYOND: AN EXHIBITION OF NEW DEAL ERA ART 1933-1943 BY THE ALABAMA ARTISTS GALLERY, Alabama Artist gallery, Mongomery, Sep 14-Oct. 27, 1989 & Fine Arts Museum of the South (now the Mobile Museum of Art), Mobile, AL, Jul 1-Aug 12, 1990. Literature: Fowler, Miriam Rogers. NEW SOUTH, NEW DEAL AND BEYOND: AN EXHIBITION OF NEW DEAL ERA ART 1933-1943 BY THE ALABAMA ARTISTS GALLERY. Montgomery: ALABAMA STATE ARTS COUNCIL, 1989, illus pg. 30.

31 WILLIAM STAPLES DROWN (rhode island/Florida, 1856-1915) morninG - housE on st. GEorGE strEEt, st. auGustinE, FloriDa, 1892 oil on canvas, original frame, signed & dated lower left, titled, signed & dated verso h20” w14”

$15,000-25,000

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34 ELMER JOSEPH READ (new York/new Jersey/bahamas, born 1862) Pair of works: laDY looKinG out Door oF housE bEsiDE banana trEE and Fruit sEllEr watercolors, unframed, both signed lower left h11 5/8” w7” (each) (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Suffern, New York private collection

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35 SOUTHERN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) boY smoKinG with his DoG on thE strEEts oF nEw orlEans, 1861 oil on canvas, antique frame, inscribed lower center new orleans 1861 h30” w25”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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32 ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL (massachusetts/new York, 1870-1929) st. GEorGE strEEt, st. auGustinE, FloriDa, 1922 oil on artistboard, framed, signed h9 3/4” w6”

$6,000-8,000 33 ELMER JOSEPH READ (new York/new Jersey/bahamas, born 1862) two works: thE oPEn GatE and harbor sCEnE watercolors, unframed, both signed lower left h11 5/8” w7” & h11 5/8” w14 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Suffern, New York private collection 34 (one of two)

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36 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (ATTRIBUTED) (new York, 1785-1851) Portrait oF mr. FluKEr oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned h12 1/8” w10 1/8”

$8,000-10,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

37 CHARLES FREDERICK NAEGELE (tennesee/Georgia, 1857-1944) Portrait oF a GEntlEman in GlassEs oil on board, period frame, signed upper right h14” w10”

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$400-600 38 LIFE MASK OF JOHN C. CALHOUN AFTER CLARK MILLS (south Carolina/louisiana, 1815-1883) John C. Calhoun, 20th century casting plaster, inscribed: John C. Calhoun/by/Clark mills h8” D7 1/2” w10”

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection.

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39 RARE PAINTED FOLK ART SHIELD DEPICTING THE STATE SEAL OF TENNESSEE circa 1901, poplar, green ground with yellow border, state seal in center with the word “tennesee” misspelled below h32 1/2” w25 1/4”

$1,500-2,500 Other Notes: This seal was reportedly created for the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. The Exposition sat on 350 acres filled with fountains, streets and elaborate Beaux Arts buildings all lit by electricity generated by Niagara Falls. Unfortunately, it is largely remembered as the site of Preisdent McKinley’s assassination. 39

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40 CLEMENTINE HUNTER

41 CLEMENTINE HUNTER

43 LUCILE PARKER

(louisiana, 1886-1988) FunEral ProCEssion, late 1960s oil on board, framed, signed lower right h14” w48”

(louisiana, 1886-1988) washDaY oil on board, unframed, signed h 6 5/8” w8 5/8”

$5,000-7,000

$800-1,200

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(mississippi, 20th century) two works: marsh thistlE and blaCK-EYED susan ink & gouache, framed as a pair, both signed & titled lower right sight: h10 1/2” w7 1/2”

Other Notes: Charlton Hall Auctions would like to thank Tom Whitehead, Hunter authority & co-author of CLEMENTINE HUNTER: HER LIFE AND ART (LSU PRESS, 2012) for his assistance in cataloging these lots.

$200-300 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

42 CLEMENTINE HUNTER (louisiana, 1886-1988) washDaY oil on panel, unframed, signed h5 7/8” w8 1/8”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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44 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) Cotton FiElD graphite & mixed media, unframed, signed & dated lower right h28” w40”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 44

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45 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) ComiCs anD Cat graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h22 1/2” w33”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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46 CARROLL CLOAR

48 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) Girl in marsh with lotus graphite & colored pencil, framed, signed lower left sight: h21 1/2” w33 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) stuDY For thrEE For sunDaY sChool, 1989 graphite, marker & colored pencil, framed, signed, dated & titled sight: h21” w32”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 49

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(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) mulE anD rainbow graphite, framed (unglazed), signed lower right sight: h27 1/4” w39 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

49 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) J.w. JonEs attornEY at law, 1978 graphite, framed, signed & dated sight: h12” w15 3/4” each

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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52 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) oYstEr boat watercolor, framed, signed lower left sight: h8 1/2” w12 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

53 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) south Coastal sCEnE at DusK watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: h10 1/4” w15”

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50 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) two works: FamilY oF FiVE in Front oF housE and stuDY For FairGrounDs, 1968 graphite, framed, signed lower right & signed, titled & dated lower center sight: h21 1/4” w20” & h22” w22 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

54 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) Five works: a salmon Pool, (2) FrEEstonE, snEaKboat & GunnEr, GEorGia PinEs aquatint etchings, framed, signed & titled: lower margins in pencil, some numbered and others marked proofs plate: h5” w6 3/4” to h10” w8” (5pcs)

$400-800 51 CARROLL CLOAR

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) stuDY For in thE lanD oF Cotton, 1976 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right; titled lower left sight: h22 3/4” w33 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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55 WADE HOEFER (washington, DC, born 1951) VirGa, 2002 oil on canvas, unframed, signed, titled & dated verso h72” w72”

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

56 WADE HOEFER

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(washington, DC, born 1951) arum iii, 1999 oil on canvas, unframed, signed, titled & dated verso h36” w36”

59 PHILIP MOULTHROP (Georgia, b.1947) ash leaf maple vessel, signed & numbered: 5911. h5 1/2” Dia.9 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$600-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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57 BEN BERNS

60 PHILIP MOULTHROP

(Dutch/north Carolina/new York, 1936-2007) brEEZY aFtErnoon #14, 1983 oil on paper, framed, signed & dated lower left sight: h19 1/4” w27 1/2”

(Georgia, b.1947) ash leaf maple vessel, signed & numbered: 517-030 h5 1/2” Dia.6 3/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa Kurts, Memphis. Tennessee Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 57

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58 VEDA REED (oklahoma/tennessee, born 1934) oKlahoma sunrisE, 1986 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right h24” w39”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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61 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) south CountrY PinE, 1986 watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: h12 1/2” w8 1/2”

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Other Notes: Verso bearing old label Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc.

62 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) southErn marsh FishErman watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: h9” w12 1/4”

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63 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (new York, b. 1937) GEorGia sunshinE watercolor, framed, signed & titled lower left and right sight: h7 1/2” w5 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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64 WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY (alabama, born 1936) ChurCh nEar mounDVillE, alabama, 1990, printed 2004 bluE trailEr, nEar DEmoPolis, alabama, 1977, printed 2003 color coupler prints, framed, signed, numbered 6/25 & 4/25, & titled on verso image: h3 1/2” w5” each sheet: h8” w10” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 63

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65 PAIR OF WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY BROWNIE PHOTOGRAPHS (alabama, born 1936) blaCK housE, rED rosEs anD roostEr (For william EGGlEston) hinDs CountY, mississiPPi, 1979, printed 2003, no. 8/25 ChurCh bEtwEEn GrEEnsboro anD marion, alabama, 1973 color coupler prints, framed, signed & titled on verso image: h3 1/2” w5” each sheet: h8” w10” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,000

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Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

67 WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

Literature: Broun, Elizabeth, et al. WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY. New York: Aperture Foundation, 2006, (Black House....) pl. 29.

66 WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY (alabama, born 1936) abanDonED housE in FiElD, nEar montGomErY, alabama, 1971, printed 1992 warEhousE wall anD storE, nEwbErn, alabama, aP, 1990 color coupler prints, unframed, signed & titled on verso image: h3 1/2” w5” each sheet: h8” w10” (2pcs)

(alabama, born 1936) Colburn GroCErY, uniontown, alabama, 1977, printed 2002 CountrY storE with GasolinE PumPs, EmEllE, alabama, 1974, printed 2002 color coupler prints, framed, signed, numbered 4/25 & 6/25, & titled on verso image: h3 1/2” w5” each sheet: h8” w10” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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68 DRAWINGS BY WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY (alabama, born 1936) two works: DrEam builDinG Variant & ChurCh, both 1989 ink, framed, signed, & titled on verso sheet: h13” w9” & h10” w10 1/8” (2pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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69 DENNIS O’KAIN (american, 20th/21st century) two works: First baPtist, EuFaula, alabama and miami, FloriDa photographs, framed as a pair, unsigned sight: h37” w26” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

70 MICHAEL EASTMAN

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(missouri, born 1947) shotGun housE, nEw orlEans, 2005 C-print, unframed, signed, numbered 8/25 & titled image: h16 3/4” w13 1/2”

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72 WILLIAM EGGLESTON

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael, VANISHING AMERICA, New York: Rizzoli, 2008, p. 70.

(tennessee, born 1939) untitlED (storEFront), 1992 dye transfer print, unframed, signed, Eggleston artistic trust stamp with date, title, and number 4/5 on verso image: h12 1/4” w17 7/8” sheet: h16” w20”

$2,500-3,500 71 MICHAEL EASTMAN

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(missouri, born 1947) librarY, FrEnCh QuartEr C-print, framed, unsigned image: h13 3/4” w17”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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74 WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) three works: thrEE ViEws oF a GarDEn, PossiblY KnoXVillE C-prints, unframed, unsigned image: h7 1/4” w11” (two prints) & h11” w7 1/4” (3pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

75 WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) YEllow PontiaC C-print, framed, unsigned image: h12” w8”

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73 COLLECTION OF WILLIAM EGGLESTON PHOTOGRAPHS

$400-600

(tennessee, born 1939) strEEt sCEnE GarDEn with hollY autumn ViCtorian housE ViCtorian housE anD GarDEn FollY C-prints, one framed, unsigned image: h7 1/4” w11” (street scene) all others h6” w9 1/4” (5pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

76 WILLIAM EGGLESTON

$1,000-2,000

(tennessee, born 1939) untitlED (FirE station) C-print, framed, unsigned image: h12” w8”

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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78 WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) soniC DriVE-in, oXForD, mississiPPi C-print, framed, unsigned image: h8” w12”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

77 WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) DoGs on DoCK, tEnnEssEE riVEr, KnoXVillE GrEEK rEViVal C-prints, unframed, unsigned image: h6” w9 1/4” (2pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 74 (one of three)

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77 (one of two)


81 COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS BY WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) PoliCE Car anD housE DoGs on DoCK, KnoXVillE, tEnnEssEE untitlED (KnoXVillE, tEnnEssEE) C-prints, framed alike, unsigned image: h9” w6” & h6” w9” (3pcs)

$800-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 79 (one of tthree)

79 WILLIAM EGGLESTON PHOTOGRAPHS OF KNOXVILLE AND THE TENNESSEE RIVER (tennessee, born 1939) CrEw tEam turninG launChinG boat CarrYinG thE boat launChinG boat C-prints,unframed, unsigned image: h6 1/4” w9 1/4” (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 81 (one of three)

82 (one of three)

80 WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) CombinE - Cotton FiElD Gas tanKs alonG tEnnEssEE riVEr, KnoXVillE Girls launChinG boat C-prints, unframed, unsigned image: h6 1/4” w9 1/4” & h9 1/4” w6 1/4” (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

83 CARROLL CLOAR

82 PHOTOGRAPHY BY WILLIAM EGGLESTON (tennessee, born 1939) train anD YEllow Car bluE boX Cars Gas tanKs alonG thE tEnnEssEE riVEr, KnoXVillE C-prints, unframed, unsigned image: h6 1/4” w9 1/4” (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) CharliE maE, Carroll anD two PanthErs, 1978 ChilDrEn PlaYinG with intErstatE siGns, 1979 stuDY For thrEE For sunDaY sChool, 1989 graphite, unframed, all signed & dated sizes ranging from h23” w34” to h16 1/2” w40” together with a trimmed & folded u-shaped sheet with figure studies (4pcs)

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

80 (one of three)

83 (one of four)

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85 PAIR OF DRAWINGS BY CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) littlE Girls anD Cat in snow, 1983 thrEE ChilDrEn on a rural roaD graphite & colored pencil and graphite, framed, signed sight: h22” w32” & h18 1/4” w32” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

84

86 CARROLL CLOAR

88 (one of three)

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) two works: PECan harVEst and sEE roCK CitY graphite, framed, signed lower right & lower left sight: h12” w15 3/4” each (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

89 (one of two) 85 (one of two)

88 CARROLL CLOAR

87 (one of two)

87 CARROLL CLOAR

86 (one of two)

84 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) GaZEbo, 1977 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h27 1/2” w39”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) two works: FarmhousE and Cows anD ChiCKEns, 1975 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h10 1/2” w33” & h19 1/2” w33 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) Cloar homE with raCCoons anD sunFlowErs, 1979 CouPlE with riCE mill two PanthErs graphite & mixed media, unframed, all signed lower right h23” w34” & h10” w41” (panthers) (3pcs)

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

89 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) ChilDrEn on roaD, wintEr, 1958 graphite, framed, dated lower right sight: h21 1/2” w32 1/4” each

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee


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91 IDA RITTENBERG KOHLMEYER (louisiana, 1912-1997) CirCus sEriEs 85-2, 1985 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right h32” w31 1/2”

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Other Notes: Verso bearing Heath Gallery label #IK-87-10. 91

90 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) liFE storY, 1939 lithograph, framed, pencil signed & titled plate: h13 7/8” w10 5/8”

$400-600

92 IDA RITTENBERG KOHLMEYER (louisiana, 1912-1997) untitlED #8, c. 1960s oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right sight: h10 3/4” w8”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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93 EDWARD SPENCER FAIERS (English/tennessee, 1908-1985) saint who? acrylic, mixed media & construction on canvas, framed, signed & dated overall: h42” w30” D6”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

94 EDWARD FAIERS

99

(tennessee, 1908-1985) FiFtEEn tEn FiFtY Four - Paul bunYon [sic] color woodblock, framed, signed, titled & numbered 1/4 plate: h12” w16”

98 (one of two)

98 NANCY CHEAIRS

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

95 EDWARD FAIERS (tennessee, 1908-1985) DisC JoCKEY, 1953 color woodblock, framed, signed, titled, dated & numbered 11/12 plate: h12” w16”

(tennessee, born 1956) nuDE and abstraCt lanDsCaPE oils on canvas, smaller work framed, both unsigned h60” w35 1/2” & h20” w16” (2pcs)

93

97 NATHAN BINDLER (Georgia, 20th century) ProtEstEr, 1985 marble, wood base, unsigned overall: h18”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia

99 NANCY CHEAIRS

96

(tennessee/new York, born 1956) four works averaging h23” w29” one work h21” w15” two works h5 1/4” w8” all signed, unframed (7pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

96 HOWARD THOMAS

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(north Carolina, 1899-1971) untitlED mixed media, framed, signed lower right sight: h10 1/2” w7 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 94

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101 NANCY CHEAIRS (tennessee/new York, born 1956) three works: Fusion, 1997-98, two trEEs, and whitE FiGurE oil on canvas & signed on verso; latter two on matboard, unsigned all framed, h12” w24”, h10” w8”, & sight: h22 1/2” w26 3/4” (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

102 CHARLES KEIGER

101 (one of three)

(Georgia, born 1957) this Path, 1999 oil on paper, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h18 1/2” w16 1/2”

104 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) horsEs, tEnnEssEE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h34” w44”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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102 100

100 NANCY CHEAIRS (tennesse, born 1956) malE nuDE oil on canvas, unframed as intended, labeled on verso h69” w21”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

103 CHARLES KEIGER (Georgia, born 1957) thE rEhEarsal, 1999 oil on paper, framed, signed & dated lower left sight: h32” w29”

$800-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 104

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108 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) wooDs anD sEa #1 pastel, framed, signed lower left h20” w26”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee private collection

105 (one of two) 108

105 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) two works: sailboats, 1956 and shiP in harbor pastel & watercolor, unframed, signed & unsigned h18 1/2” w25” & h19” w25” (2pcs)

109 ESSIE BOYETT

$400-600

$300-400

(tennessee/Florida, 1896-1992) bouQuEt oF liliEs oil on canvas, unframed, signed lower right h32” w22”

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

106 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) still liFE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h32” w38”

107

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

107 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) mountain GorGE pastel, framed, unsigned h18 3/4” w25”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

106

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110 BURTON CALLICOTT (tennessee, 1907-2003) DEsCEnt/asCEnt #4, 1984 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right & inscribed verso h60” w20”

$4,000-5,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Exhibitions: BURTON CALLICOTT: A RETROSPECTIVE. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Feb 24-Mar 31, 1991 & Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, May 30-Jun 30, 1991. Literature: Kass, Ray. BURTON CALLICOTT: A RETROSPECTIVE. Memphis: Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1991, cat. 48, p. 48. Hicks, Ed. “Callicott’s Road.” MEMPHIS BUSINESS JOURNAL. 12-18 Sept. 2003: pp. 27-28.

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112 BURTON CALLICOTT (tennessee, 1907-2003) horiZon, 1982 watercolor, framed, signed & dated lower right h17” w26”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

113 DOROTHY STURM (tennessee/new York, 1910-1988), four charcoal drawings dated 1949-50, 3 signed on original mats; together with two mixed media works, unframed, sizes ranging from h15” w19” to h12” w18” (6pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 111

111 BURTON CALLICOTT (tennessee, 1907-2003) rainbow, 1989 watercolor, framed, signed & dated lower right h16 3/4” w26”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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113 (one of six)

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115 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) littlE Girls with Dolls graphite, framed, unsigned sight: h22” w33”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

116 CARROLL CLOAR

116

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) FamilY in Front oF housE, 1975 graphite & colored pencil, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h27” w39”

$700-900 114 (one of two)

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

117 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) stuDY For basEball tEam, 1986 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h26” w39”

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$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 115

114 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) two works: PostED - KEEP out! and bobCats, 1978 graphite, framed, both signed lower right sight: h14 1/4” w21 1/2” & h27 1/2” w24 1/2” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

118 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) CharliE maE anD Carroll PiCKinG FlowErs with Cabin b/w FiGurE stuDiEs, 1975 Goats b/w FiGurE stuDiEs, 1979 Girl sCouts PlaYinG bY PowEr linEs, 1966 Cloar homE with Cats, 1974 graphite, unframed, some signed & all dated each approx. h23” w34” (4pcs)

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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120 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) harVEstinG PEaChEs graphite, framed, signed lower right sight: h20” w33”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

119 (one of two)

121 CARROLL CLOAR (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) rEViVal unDEr thE biG toP, 1976 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h25” w36”

122 (one of four)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

124 J. BARDIN (JESSE REDWIN) (south Carolina, 1923-1997) niGht bluE - VEniCE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h20” w24”

122 CARROLL CLOAR 120

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) PanthErs b/w Cow stuDiEs together with three sheets of figure studies, one doublesided graphite, unframed, some signed sizes ranging from h26” w40” to h26” w34” (4pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection Purchased from the artist

123

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 121

119 CARROLL CLOAR

123 ADRIENNE ANDERSON

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) mEn in suits, 1974 stuDY For thE GamblEr (CouPlE with Cat) graphite, framed, signed sight: h18 1/2” w23 3/4” & h20” w24” (2pcs)

(Georgia, 20th century) Floral still liFE mixed media, framed, unsigned paper: h60” w40”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$400-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 124

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127 BOYCE KENDRICK (north Carolina, 1927-1992) whitE housE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h32” w42”

$500-700 Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection Purchased from the artist. 125

128 JACK DOWIS

125 JACK DOWIS (south Carolina, b. 1923) sEason oF mist, 1970 acrylic on panel, framed, signed lower right h30” w48”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection

126 DAVE APPLEMAN (south Carolina, b. 1943) sQuarE oil on canvas stretched on two panels, framed, signed verso h14” w14”

(south Carolina, b. 1923) arroYo’s EDGE, 1987 watercolor, framed, signed center right sight: h19” w27 1/2” Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection

130 CONSTANTIN CHATOV (russian/Georgia, 1904-1993) thE artist anD moDEls oil on canvas, unframed, signed lower right, inscribed verso and lower left by acton tribble, student of Chatov h39” w42”

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$200-400 Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection

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$300-500

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection.

129 CONSTANTIN CHATOV (russian/Georgia, 1904-1993) thE ContEssa oil on canvas, unframed, signed lower right, inscribed lower left by acton tribble, student of Chatov h30” w40”

$900-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

126

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132 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) tEnnEssEE horsE Farm oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h31” w39”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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133 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) baY hEaD CliFFs anD sEa #5 pastel, framed, signed lower right h20” w25 3/4”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee private collection

134 ADELE LEMM

134 (one of two)

131

(tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) two works: mEmPhis and harbor watercolors, unframed, signed & unsigned h15” w22 1/4” & h19” w25” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

135 ADELE LEMM

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131 ADELE LEMM (tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) anEmonEs anD Plums oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h33” w28”

(tennessee/maine, 1904-1977) baY hEaD storm pastel, framed, signed lower left h20” w26”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Private Collection, Memphis, Tennessee

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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141 MARCIA BEHNKEN (Georgia, b. 1949) watErFall lanDsCaPE oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right, m. behnken, 10/02 h20” w16”

$1,000-1,500 138 (one of two)

Provenance: Suwanee, Georgia private collection

138 EDWARD FAIERS

136

136 EDWARD FAIERS (tennessee, 1908-1985) thE FaCE oil on paper, framed, unsigned sight: h13 3/4” w10 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(tennessee, 1908-1985) two works: thE aCtrEss, 1953 and thE battlE oF hastinGs, 1954 color woodblock prints, unframed, signed, titled, dated & numbered 10/12 plate: h12 1/4” w15 3/4” & h12” w16” (2pcs)

141

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

139 TARRENCE CORBIN (arkansas/ohio, 1946-2009) booGaloo bEar anD all that JaZZ oil on paper, framed, unsigned sight: h78” w71”

$400-600 137 (one of two)

137 EDWARD FAIERS (tennessee, 1908-1985) two works: wEDDinG oF thE trEEs, 1958 and thE brEEZE, 1960 color woodblock prints, unframed, signed, titled, dated & numbered 5/10 plate: h18” w23” & h10” w22” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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140 EUPHAN COLLIER STEWART (Georgia, 1869-1942) Portrait oF a laDY pastel, unframed, signed lower right h25” w18 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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142 SOPHIE COORS

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(american, 20th century) three works: watErmElon, oKra & PomEGranatE, 1990 pastels, framed as set, all signed & dated sight: h10 1/2” w13 3/8” each

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 142 (one of two)


144 COLLECTION OF WORKS BY EDITH CAYWOOD (tennessee, mid 20th/early 21st century) briGht worlD oVEr mY shoulDEr, 1994 a CanDlE, 1994 lanDsCaPE rED hair oils on paper, unframed, all signed or initialed sizes ranging from h7” w4” to h11” w13” (4pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee 145 (one of two)

145 CARROLL CLOAR

143

(arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) ChilD on a DonKEY,1981, graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right together with ControVErsY unDEr thE PErsimmon trEE, serigraph, framed, numbered CtP 9/10, signed in print sight: h20 1/2” w33” & h24 1/2” w35” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

143 VERNON WOOD (Pennsylvania, 1923-1995) lEE inVaDinG PEnnsYlVania-1863 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left, V. wood, 56 h20” w16”

$400-800 Provenance: Suwanee, Georgia private collection

146 (one of fifteen

146 COLLECTION OF CARROLL CLOAR PRINTS (arkansas/tennessee, 1913-1993) two 52nD PrEsiDEntial inauGuration, 1993, unsigned eleven PanthEr bournE, silkscreens, each signed & numbered from edition of 450 two ControVErsY unDEr thE PErsimmon trEE, 1/6 printer’s proof & bon a tirer, signed in plate all unframed, sizes ranging from h25” w34” to h29 1/2” w41 1/2” (15pcs)

147 COLLECTION OF MEMPHIS IN MAY OFFSET LITHOGRAPHS

circa 1980-1990, some duplicates, including two signed prints by Carroll Cloar and one by burton Callicott averaging h22” w30” each (25+pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

144 (one of four)

147 (one of twenty-five)

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148 FRED SHEPARD

152 ALICE NEEL

(american, 20th century) ComPosition with FlowErs anD Fruit oil on canvas, original frame, signed & dated lower right h36” w29” together with: Gerald bosch (Georgia, 1905-1995) CamEl, 1975 ink, framed, signed lower right h8 1/4” w9 3/4” (2pcs)

(new York, 1900-1984) mEn From rutGErs, 1980 silkscreen, framed, a.P. 8/16, pencil signed & dated sight: h29 1/4” w22 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

153 VICTOR VASARELY

$300-500

150 LARGE COLLECTION OF PRINTS, EXHIBITION POSTERS & SERIGRAPHS BY MEMPHIS AND SOUTHERN

(hungarian, 1908-1997) VasarElY PlanEtarY FolKlorE PartiCiPations no. 2, 1971 plastic on metal, signed & signed and numbered 58/500 on a plaque affixed to the underside of the tray, published by william wise and Edition Pyra a.G., switzerland overall: h23 7/8” w23 7/8”

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$400-600

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

149 (one of twenty-five)

149 PRINTS BY CARROLL CLOAR, WILLIAM EGGLESTON AND BURTON CALLICOTT PanthEr bournE, ten serigraphs, each pencil signed & numbered mEmPhis in maY 1984, offset lithograph ControVErsY unDEr thE PErsimmon trEE, three serigraphs arKansas walK oF FamE, nine offset lithographs; together with william Eggleston Earth DaY, offset lithograph, signed & numbered and burton Callicott rEFlECtions ‘82, serigraph sizes ranging from h29” w42” to h17” w27” (25 pcs)

$250-350 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

148 (one of two)

all reproducing works by many artists including Gary bukovnik, Veda reed, mary sims, william Eggleston, John Pavilcek, trevor southey, Philip hershberger, and others. many duplicates, sizes vary, over 60 total prints. sizes ranging from h18” w24” to h24” w35” (60+pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

154 ALICE NEEL (new York, 1900-1984) two works: aVEDisian and hartlEY, 1981 silkscreens, unframed, a.P. 4/16 & a.P. 3/16, pencil signed & dated image: h32 1/2” w24” & h28” w22” (2pcs)

152

$600-800 151 MAX WEBER

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(new York, 1881-1961) two slEEPinG FiGurEs, 1912 ink, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: h10 3/4” w8 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Forum Gallery, New York

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156

155 ALICE NEEL

156 IMPORTANT LITHOGRAPHS BY KEITH HARING

(new York, 1900-1984) barnabY rubE, 1981 silkscreen, framed, a.P. 2/10, pencil signed & dated sheet: h20” w19”

(new York, 1958-1990) ChoColatE buDDah sEriEs i-V, 1989 color lithographs; unframed; in original printed portfolio & interior folder; each print & folder pencil signed, dated and numbered 9/70 portfolio: h24 1/8” w29 7/8” sheet: h22” w27 7/8” each (7pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$15,000-20,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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157 (one of four)

157 ALEX KATZ

159 ROBERT RISELING

160 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

(new York, born 1927) niGht: william Dunas DanCE i-iV, 1983 lithographs, framed as a set, all pencil signed & numbered 53/100 (1-3) & 53/125 (4) h25” w31 1/4” each (4pcs)

(tennessee, 20th century) two works: 589 Front #4 and 589 Front # 6, 1983 silkscreens on paper, framed as a pair, signed & dated, numbered 14/50 & 29/50 image: h24 1/2” w23”

(texas/new York, 1925-2008) strEEt sounDs, 1992 intaglio in colors with photogravure and collage, framed, pencil signed h46” w54 1/2”

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$200-300 158 COLLECTION OF PRINTS BY PICASSO, KAREL APPEL, HANS ERNI AND

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

OTHERS

Karel apple (Dutch, 1921-2006) ConFiDEnCEs, lithograph, 70/120, pencil signed Graham sutherland (british, 1903-1980) untitlED, lithograph, pencil signed hans Erni (swiss, born 1909) CouPlE, 1956, lithograph, 238/300, pencil signed Christine Chagnoux (French, born 1939) arK, colored etching, 119/185, pencil signed Yoshisuke Funasaka (Japanese, born 1939) bluE sPaCE at 2, 1972, serigraph, 4/50, pencil signed Pablo Picasso (spanish, 1881-1973) bullFiGht arEna, 1957, lithograph, signed in plate all unframed, sizes ranging from h13” w10” to h20” w25” (6pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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163 ALICE NEEL (new York, 1900-1984) marVin, 1981 color lithograph, framed, a.P. 3/25, pencil signed & dated sight: h23” w26”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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161 ALICE NEEL (new York, 1900-1984) snow VErmont, 1981 silkscreen, framed, a.P. 8/16, pencil signed & dated sight: h24 1/4” w31 1/4”

$400-600

164 COLLECTION OF MODERN ART salvador Dali (italian, 1904-1989) untitlED, etching, pencil signed, plate: h7” w5” hans moller (German/Pennsylvania, 1905-2000) Don QuiXotE, 1946, graphite, signed lower left, sight: h12” w15 3/4” Continental school (20th century) man in whitE shirt, oil on panel, framed, unsigned, h26” w20” (3pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$500-800

162 ALICE NEEL

165 COLLECTION OF WORKS BY EDWARD GIOBBI

(new York, 1900-1984) EVans twins, 1982 silkscreen, unframed, a.P. 4/20, pencil signed & dated sight: h31 3/4” w42”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

(Connecticut, born 1926) homE For DannY basEn & stuDY For larGE PaintinG #2 both 1973, color lithographs on paper, together with artist-in-rEsiDEnCE, Dartmouth, 1972, silkscreen, all pencil signed, dated & numbered sheet sizes ranging from: h27” w39” to h35 1/2” w23” (3pcs)

164 (one of three)

166 ALICE NEEL (new York, 1900-1984) sam, 1981 silkscreen, unframed, a.P. 3/16, pencil signed & dated sight: h37 1/4” w22”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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168 LEROY NEIMAN (new York, 1921-2012) amEriCa’s CuP 19th ChallEnGE, nEwPort, 1964, titled, dated, & signed in plate, sight h23 1/2” w28 1/2”; together with sPECtator’s FlEEt amEriCa’s CuP, 1978, pencil signed & numbered 57/300, sight: h25” w35”; serigraphs, framed (2pcs)

$700-1,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

169 ALFRED STIEGLITZ

169

(new York, 1864-1946) horsEs, circa 1904 photogravure from Camera work, framed, unsigned sight: h7 1/2” w9 1/2” 167 (one of three)

167 COLLECTION OF WORKS ON PAPER BY MICHAEL YOUNG AND GLENN GOLDBERG Goldberg (new York, born 1953) Coil Print, etching, 7/35 Young (new York, born 1952) two works: siX CrossEs: siGn anD mattEr, iV & Vi, 1989, mixed media print, both 26/35 all framed and pencil signed plate sizes ranging from h17 3/4” w14” to h21 1/4” w18 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

168 (one of two)

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$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

170 PAUL STRAND (new York, 1890-1976) YEllow VinE anD roCK Plants, orGEVal, From thE GarDEn portfolio, 1958, printed 1976 photograph, unframed, stamped in oval: thE GarDEn/1976 h9 3/4” w7 3/4”

171 SANDY SKOGLUND (massachussetts, born 1946) Cats in Paris, 1991 photograph, framed, signed & dated lower right image: h18” w22 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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172 MICHAEL EASTMAN

173 MICHAEL EASTMAN

174 MICHAEL EASTMAN

(missouri, born 1947) shotGun housE, nEw orlEans, 2005 C-print, framed, unsigned image: h16 3/4” w13 1/2”

(missouri, born 1947) isabElla’s two Chairs (with launDrY), 2000 C-print, unframed, signed, numbered 18/25 & titled on verso image: h17” w12 3/4”

(missouri, born 1947) man in arCh, haVana, 1999 C-print, framed, signed, numbered 9/25 & titled on verso image: h17” w12 3/4”

$3,000-4,000

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael, VANISHINGAMERICA, New York: Rizzoli, 2008, p. 70. 173

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael. HAVANA. New York: Prestel, 2011, illustrated pg. 13.

$3,000-5,000

Literature: Eastman, Michael. HAVANA. New York: Prestel, 2011, illustrated pg. 4.

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175 MICHAEL EASTMAN

177 MICHAEL EASTMAN

(missouri, born 1947) mErCEDEs liVinG room, 2002 C-print, framed, signed, numbered 5/15, dated & titled on verso image: h28 1/4” w36”

(missouri, born 1947) rED ribbon, 1987 C-print, framed, signed, numbered 1/10, & titled image: h38” w48”

$6,000-8,000

$5,000-7,000

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Literature: Eastman, Michael. HAVANA. New York: Prestel, 2011, illustrated pp.2-3.

Literature: Eastman, Michael, VANISHING AMERICA, New York: Rizzoli, 2008, p.145.

176 MICHAEL EASTMAN

178 MICHAEL EASTMAN

(missouri, born 1947) mErCEDEs bEDroom, 2002 C-print, framed, signed & dated on verso image: h36” w29”

(missouri, born 1947) horsE #5, 1999 iris print on watercolor paper, framed, signed, dated & titled image: h22 3/4” w18 3/8”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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179 MICHAEL EASTMAN (missouri, born 1947) mErCEDEs liVinG room C-print, framed, signed & titled on verso image: h39 1/4” w50”

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael. HAVANA. New York: Prestel, 2011, illustrated p.2-3

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180 MICHAEL EASTMAN (missouri, born 1947) isabElla’s two Chairs (with launDrY), 2000 C-print, framed, signed, numbered 19/25 & titled on verso image: h17” w12 3/4” sheet: h20” w16”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Literature: Eastman, Michael. HAVANA. New York: Prestel, 2011, illust. p.10 178

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181 JOSE CHARDIET (Cuban/rhode island, born 1956) untitlED tablE still liFE, circa late 1980s glass, three stylized flowers fitted into groove & slots on table top overall fully-assembled: h34 3/4” (4pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

182 JOHN KUHN (american, born 1949) arCtiC iCE bluE, 1987 glass, signed, titled & dated on base h9 1/2” w14 3/4” D3 1/4”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

183 HARVEY K. LITTLETON (north Carolina, b. 1922) untitlED thrEE PiECE Form, 1986 glass, signed twice h12 1/4” w12 3/4” D3”, h4” w5” D2 1/4” & h2 3/8” w7 3/4” D3 3/4” (3pcs)

$9,000-12,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

184 STEVEN ROLFE POWELL

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(american, born 1953) VEssEl - GraVitY star sEriEs, 1989 blown glass, signed & dated on base h28 1/4” w19” D6”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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185 KREG KALLENBERGER (american, born 1950) titaniC sEriEs, 1986 cast optical crystal, cut & polished with red glass insert, on plexi base, signed: K. Kaller 35888 overall: h10 3/4” w21 3/4” D4”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

186 STEVEN I. WEINBERG (rhode island, born 1954) untitlED glass, signed: weinberg 780803 h7 3/4” w7 3/4” D7 3/4”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

187 JOHN (JON) KUHN (american, born 1949) sPECtral wonDEr, 1992 cut, fused, & polished glass, signed, dated & titled on base h14” w12 3/4” D16”

$6,000-8,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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189 ITALIAN MURANO GLASS TABLE LAMP latticino-decorated baluster-form blown glass vessel mounted as lamp. overall h23”

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

190 PAUL BOGATAY CERAMIC CHARGER (ohio, 1905-1972) signed and dated bogatay 1937, hanging bracket, Dia.15 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

191 ANITA HUFFINGTON 188

188 BENNETT BEAN (new York, born 1941) FootED VasE with Gilt intErior earthenware, artist-made base, inscribed: 118 h10 3/4”

$600-800

(arkansas/new York, born 1934) PromEthEus, 1994 bronze, marble base, signed & numbered 4/9 overall: h29”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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192 BRONZES BY CARLOS MATA

195 JULIA ERYTHROPEL

(spanish, 1949-2008) Gallina PEQuiEno and VaCa bronzes, signed & numbered 1/1 h10 1/2” & h9 1/2” (2pcs)

(american, 20th century) Chair bronze with dark brown patina, unsigned h31 1/2” w16 1/2” D15 1/2”

$600-800

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

193 CARLOS MATA (spanish, 1949-2008) Caballo ErinYs and Caballo narssimo bronzes, signed & numbered 1/1 h15 1/2” & h14 1/2” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

194 REUBEN NAKIAN (armenian/new York, 1897-1986) EuroPa bronze, marble base, signed, numbered 1/9 & foundry mark h10 1/4”

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$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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197 TREVOR SOUTHEY

199 PAIR OF CARLOS MATTA BRONZES

(south africa/utah, born 1940) FEmalE torso bronze on wood base, 2/21, signed overall: h22” w16” D5 1/4”

(spanish, 1949-2008) toro GuaPo ii and VaCa nina bronzes, signed & numbered 1/1 h11 1/2” & h7 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-800

$700-900

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

198 EMIL KRIEGER

200 CARLOS MATA

(German, 1902-1979) bison, 1939 bronze, wood base, signed & dated on front leg h16 1/4” w23”

(spanish, 1949-2008) toro bronze, signed & numbered 1/1 h22” w19” D4”

$1,000-2,000

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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196 ARTHUR SILVERMAN (louisiana, born 1923) Co-motion #4, 1986 stainless steel, black marble base, signed & dated overall h85”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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201 TREVOR SOUTHEY (south africa/utah, born 1940) FEmalE torso bronze on wood base, 3/21, signed overall: h22” w16” D5 1/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

202 MARIO JASON (argentina/California, 20th century) lisa, 1990 bronze, verde marble base, titled, dated, & numbered 11/50 overall: h42 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

203 LARRY STUART CONNATSER (Georgia, 1938-1996) Portrait, 1979 acrylic on collaged panels, artist-crafted integrated frame, signed & dated verso overall: h14 1/2” w18 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisitions fund of the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia.

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204 MANUEL NERI (California, born 1930) swEEtwatEr #3, 1995 mixed media on paper, framed, signed & dated lower left h41” w29 1/4”

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

205 MANUEL NERI (California, born 1930) swEEtwatEr #2, 1995 mixed media on paper, framed, signed & dated lower right h41” w29”

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

206 MILT KOBAYASHI (new York, born 1950) in a FiElD oF Cloth, 1986 watercolor & casein, framed, signed upper right sight: h11” w11”

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$300-500 Provenance: Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, 1986.

207 YURI BOLOTOV (western asian, 21st century) littlE boY in a GrEEn shirt, 2005 oil on board, framed, signed & inscribed on verso h19” w17”

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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208 MARCIA MYERS

209 ANNABELLE MEACHAM

210 C. L. RUSSELL

(Pennsylvania, 1949-2008) PannElli Xii fresco on paper, framed, unsigned h30” w43”

(tennessee/mississppi, late 20th century) Chair anD CabbaGE, 1983 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h30” w22”

$2,500-3,500

$400-600

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

(american, 20th century) two works: boVinE and ColonEl CatFish Cutlass (malE nuDE), 1975 oil on canvas & mixed media with collage, unframed, latter signed & dated h18” w24” & sight: h11 3/4” w13 3/4” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

211 MARCIA MYERS (Pennsylvania, 1949-2008) wall CYClE XVii, 1990 fresco on paper, framed, unsigned h30” w50”

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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210 (one of two)

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212 JOHN PAVLICEK (america, born 1946) untitlED (JP1000) mixed media on paper, framed, signed lower left image: h20” w31”; sheet: h30” w40”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

213 JOHN PAVLICEK (america, born 1946) Pair of works: bEst bEloVED #11 & bEst bEloVED #13 mixed media & collage on paper, framed as pair, signed lower right h10” w8” each (2pcs)

$300-500

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213 (one of two)

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

214 JOHN PAVLICEK (american, born 1946) imProVisation collage, mixed media & oil on canvas, framed, signed on verso h54” w72”

216 SUSAN ROTHENBERG (new York, born 1945) FiVE ColorED wishbonE, 1980-81 color lithograph, framed, 8/26, pencil signed & dated h25 1/2” w25”

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$1,500-2,500 215

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

215 JOE ANDOE (new York/oklahoma, born 1955) untitlED (swirlinG oaK lEaF), 1988 oil on linen, framed, signed upper center h20” w24”

$600-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Purchased from Dart Gallery, Chicago, circa 1989

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219 TIM ROLLINS + K.O.S. (new York, born 1955) two works: stuDY For amEriKa sEriEs, 1988 mixed media, framed as a pair, both inscribed h7 7/8” w5 1/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Purchased from Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston circa 1989

220 LARRY STUART CONNATSER

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(Georgia, 1938-1996) untitlED, 1988 acrylic on panel, unframed, signed & dated lower right overall: h14 1/8” w17”

$400-600 Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisitions fund of the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia.

221 LARRY STUART CONNATSER (Georgia, 1938-1996) untitlED acrylic on panel, artist-crafted integrated frame, unsigned overall: h31 1/4” w31 1/4”

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217 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) 218

$700-900

ProCEssional oil on panel, unframed, inscribed on verso: C. lanon h10 1/4” w14”

Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisitions fund of the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia.

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

218 MICHAEL YOUNG (new York, born 1952) tarGEt with manY CEntErs, 1988 mixed media on canvas, signed, titled & dated verso h31 1/4” w31 1/4”

$400-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Purchased circa 1989, Blum Helman Gallery, New York

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222 ROY DOTY (american, born 1922) CarDinal oil on paper, framed, signed lower right sight: h71” w44”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

223 MICHAEL STOWE (american, 20th century) VErtiCal and horiZontal abstraCtions, circa 1980s oils on canvas, unframed, signed on verso h72” w42” & h66” w40” (2pcs)

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223 (one of two)

224 WORKS BY JANE GOLDMAN AND LISA RIVAS Goldman (massachussetts, born 1951) CornEr rEFlECtions #2 and summEr niGhts, 1984 color etchings, framed, pencil signed & numbered plate: h23 1/2” w17 3/4” & h16” w21 1/2” rivas (tennessee, 20th century) la lloViZna (thE mist), 1990 print on metal, framed, signed, titled & dated h18” w27” (3pcs)

224 (one of three)

$250-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa Kurts, Memphis, Tennesse Jan Wiener Gallery, Topeka, Kansas & Kansas City, Missouri

225 HANS ERNI (swiss, born 1909) thE GarDEnErs, 1956 sanguine conte, framed, signed & dated lower right h19 3/4” w25 3/4”

$700-900 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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229 LEO JANSEN (Dutch/California, 1930-1980) FEmalE nuDE oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower right h36” w24”

$300-500

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Provenance: Sumter, South Carolina private collection

226 CHARLES MUNDAY (born 1947) rED 1957, 1976 watercolor, unframed, signed & dated lower right h26” w41”

230 COLLECTION OF JAPANESE WOODBLOCKS

$300-500

two works: irisEs and traVElErs with mt. FuJi color woodblocks, framed, signed in prints sight: h14 3/4” w9 3/8” & h9” w13 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

227 COLLECTION OF WORKS ON PAPER INCLUDING GARY BUKOVNIK (California/ohio, born 1947), traVElinG tuliPs For lisa, 2006, watercolor Cindy blair (illinois, 20th century), two works: ChurCh nEar santa FE, 1988 and morninG liGht, nEw orlEans, 1991, mixed media J.D. Kelly (american, 20th century), GalloPinG horsE, 1986, graphite linda Disney (american, 20th century), trEE linE, mixed media american school, 20th century, thE iDEalist, 1978, color etching william Dunlap (mississippi, born 1944), mr. FaulKnEr’s DEFunCt aPPlE trEE, offset lithograph all unframed, all signed sizes ranging from: h4 3/4 w6 to h14 w16 (7pcs)

230 (one of two)

$400-600 227 (one of seven)

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

228 COLLECTION OF AMERICAN SCHOOL LANDSCAPES

(20th century), mixed media, each signed lower right & dated 1998, framed as a set with silk mats and giltwood frames framed: h17 1/2” w15 1/2” (3pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

228 (one of three)

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231 PHILIP AND KELVIN LAVERNE CHAN #142 SPECIAL TABLE patinated and etched bronze and wood table, signed. h5 1/2” Dia.47 1/2”

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Murphy, North Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by original 1960s invoice from Philip LaVerne, New York.

232 CHAPMAN CHROME AND GLASS COFFEE TABLE

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234A CONTINENTAL STYLE PAINTED AND GILTWOOD HEXAGONAL TABLE

$300-400

hexagonal top encompassing geometric central medallion, scroll-carved frieze above scalloped apron, on cabriole legs with elephant-trunk design, with conforming stretcher ending in bracket feet. h34” w44” D44”

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina collection

two-tier glass top on shaped legs joined by stretchers, on brass ball-and-claw feet. h18” w41 3/4” D25 1/2”

$400-700

234A

236 CARVED MAHOGANY AND GLASS-TOPPED COCKTAIL TABLE, BEVAN FUNNELL circular beveled top on tripartite base with dolphin supports. h19 1/2” Dia.42 7/8”

$300-500

revolving top with inset molded base. h36 3/4” w15” D15”

235 OSTRICH SKIN LACQUER AND SILVER INLAY COFFEE TABLE, POSSIBLY ROCHE BOBOIS

$300-400

h15” w47” D24 3/4”

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$800-1,200

233 MODERN BLACK LACQUERED PEDESTAL

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

234 CENTURY ARCHIPELAGO TEAK DINING CHAIRS BY RICHARD FRINIER, SET OF EIGHT

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consisting of: two arms, six sides; scroll crest over straight frieze and shutter back leading to trapizoidal seat upon molded apron on round, molded, tapered legs terminating in trumpet feet, blue sunbrella upholstered back and seat cushions, brass tags on seats read: richard Frinier/for/century/leisure. bh35” sh16” w23 1/4” D26” (8pcs)

$1,200-2,200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection.

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237 ERNST STUVEN

238 ERNST STUVEN

(German, 1657-1712) Floral still liFE within lanDsCaPE with birD anD buttErFlY oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h34” w27”

(German, 1657-1712) Floral anD naturE mortE still loFE oil on canvas, framed, signed mid-center h34” w27”

$25,000-40,000

Provenance: Cambria, California private collection Purchased in the 1950s and descended through a Southern collection to present family members

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection Purchased in the 1950s and descended through a Southern collection to present family members

$20,000-30,000

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239 JACQUES D’ ARTOIS (ATTRIBUTED)

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(Flemish, 1613-1686) lanDsCaPE with PEasants anD animals oil on canvas, unframed, unsigned h25” w40 3/4”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

241 JACOB ISAACKSZ VAN RUISDAEL (MANNER OF)

242 PAOLO CALIARI KNOWN AS PAOLO VERONESE (AFTER)

(Dutch, 1628-1682) aFtEr thE storm oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h40” w53”

(italian, 1528-1588) saints marCo & marCElliano GuiDED bY san sEbastiano to thE martYrDom, 18th century oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h25” w36”

$2,000-4,000

240 ANTHONY VAN DYCK (AFTER) (Dutch, 1599-1641) thomas wEntworth, 1st Earl oF straFForD, with sir PhiliP mainwarinG (after the original, painted 1634) oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h26” w32 1/2”

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection General & Mrs. Raymond Lee

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

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245 FRANCESCO MALAGOLI (ATTRIBUTED) (italian, died 1776) Pair of works: still liFEs with GraPEs anD mElons oils on canvas, framed as a pair, unsigned h19 3/4” w23 3/4” each (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500

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243 CHRISTOFFEL VAN DER LAMEN (ATTRIBUTED) (belgian, 1606-1651) baCKGammon PlaYErs oil on panel, later antique frame, unsigned h19” w25”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

246 FRENCH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) PiCniCKinG anD CaVortinG ContinEntals oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h22” w32”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Clinton, South Carolina private collection

244 ANTONIO AMOROSI (ATTRIBUTED)

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248 FOLLOWER OF KAREL DUJARDIN

(italian, 1660-1738) boY sErVinG winE oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h16” w12”

(Dutch, 1622-1678) Pair of genre scenes: shEPhErDs anD animals rEstinG and watErinG oils on panel, framed as a pair, unsigned, each has red wax seal, old label remnants verso h7 3/4” w10” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman. 246

247 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF a maiDEn oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h32” w25”

$800-1,400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Purchased from these rooms in the 1980s 244

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249 JURIAAN VAN STREEK (MANNER OF) (Dutch, 1632-1687) still liFE with Fruit anD roEmEr oil on canvas, original frame, unsigned, remnant of red wax seal on verso h13 1/4” w10 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

250 ITALIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) CaPriCCio with Fountain oil on copper, framed, unsigned h14” w17 1/2”

$700-900

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249

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

252 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (17TH/18TH CENTURY )

251 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY )

thE PhilosoPhEr oil on canvas, antique gilt cove frame, unsigned h28 1/2” w24”

Floral still liFE oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h18 3/4” w25”

$700-900 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

$700-900 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

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253 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Guitar PlaYEr (after Francesco Goya; blind Guitarist, spanish, 1746-1828) oil on cradled panel, framed, unsigned h18” w15”

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$600-800 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

254 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY ) CanoniZation oF a saint oil on copper, framed, unsigned h7 3/4” w6 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman. 250

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255 DUTCH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY ) sEasCaPE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h10 1/4” w13 1/2”

$700-900 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

256 KLAES MOLENAER (FOLLOWER OF)

255

(Dutch, 1626-1676) wintEr sCEnE oil on cradled panel, original frame, unsigned h11 1/2” w15 1/2”

$700-900 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

257 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY ) CaVortinG Putti oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h17 1/2” w16”

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$500-700 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

258 DUTCH SCHOOL (17TH/18TH CENTURY ) tromPE l’oEil with hanGinG GamE, miniaturE anD PamPhlEt oil on canvas, unframed, inscribed: rotterdam h30 1/2” w30 3/4”

$200-400 257

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

259 FOLLOWER OF SEBASTIANO RICCI (italian, 1659-1734) aGonY in thE GarDEn oil on canvas, elaborate carved giltwood frame, unsigned h15 1/4” w12”

$500-700 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman. 259

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262 JACQUES CALLOT (French, 1592-1635) two works: st. sEbastian & st. FabiEn and thE EPiPhanY engravings, framed together sight: h3 7/8” w2 1/4” (each) together with an architectural engraving olD amPhithEatEr, VillaGE oF haDrian, framed sight: h7 1/8” w9 3/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 262

263 BERNARD PICART

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260 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) sarah siDDons as Portia in thE mErChant oF VEniCE oil on board, framed, unsigned sight: h14 1/4” w11 1/2”

(French, 1673-1733) CEmEnoniE anD rois DE la FloriDE, after theodore de bry engraving, framed, signed & titled: in plate plate sight: h13 1/4” w8 3/4”

$200-400

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

264 (one of three)

261 COLLECTION OF ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS 263

Giovanni Piransei (italian, 1720-1788) VEDuta intErna DElla basiliCa Di s. GioVanni latErno, etching, plate: h17” w27”; salvator rosa (italian, 1615-1673) battlE sCEnE, etching, plate: h9” w14” Emil Fuchs (austrian,1866-1929) EVa GauthiEr, etching, pencil signed, plate: h8 3/4” w6 7/8” all framed (3pcs)

(Flemish, 1527-1598) sCotiaE tabula, first engraved 1573, hand-colored engraving, framed sight: h14 1/2” w19 1/4” John Cary (british, 1754-1835) a nEw & CorrECt maP oF thE south Part oF sCotlanD, 19th century, hand-colored engraving, framed, sight: h15 1/2” w20 3/4” together with 19th century engraving ViEw oF lonDon From GrEEnwiCh ParK, framed, sight: h8 1/2” w12 3/4” (3pcs)

$500-1,000

$700-1,000

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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264 COLLECTION OF PRINTS AND MAPS INCLUDING ABRAHAM ORTELIUS


265 (one of three)

265 COLLECTION OF DECORATIVE PRINTS AND ETCHINGS

Jaromir stretti-Zamboni (Czech, 1882-1959) notrE DamE anD bouQuinists, hand-colored etching, signed in plate; together with two ornithological prints, barn swallow after John James audubon, offset lithograph and larKs, 19th century hand-colored etching all framed, framed sizes ranging from h23” w21” to h29” w24” (3pcs)

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267 FRENCH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY )

268 HENRI FELIX EMMANUEL PHILIPPOTEAUX (AFTER)

EVEninG liGht oil on canvas, framed, French canvas stamp on verso h36” w47”

(French, 1815-1884) thE battlE oF FontEnoY oil on board, framed, unsigned h30” w46”

$1,500-3,000

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection General & Mrs. Raymond Lee Other Notes: after the original located at the Victoria & Albert, London

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

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269 KARL ANTON HICKEL (AFTER)

266 ALOIS ARNEGGER

(German, 1745-1798) CharlEs JamEs FoX oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h30” w24 1/2”

(austrian, 1879-1967) sorrEnto oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h37 3/4” w50 3/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection General & Mrs. Raymond Lee

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Other Notes: after the original located at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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270 FEODOR ZAKHAROV (russian, 1919-1994) Coastal sCEnE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right, Fiodor Zakharov h12” w16”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

271 BRITISH OR CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF VoYaGEr with maP oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h26” w19”

$800-1,500 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection General & Mrs. Raymond Lee

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274 BAREND CORNELIS KOEKKOEK (FOLLOWER OF) (Dutch, 1803-1862) strEEt sCEnE in hollanD oil on panel, framed, unsigned h15 1/2” w11 1/2”

$400-600 272 JEAN MONNERET

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

(French, born 1922) ChatEau DE brissaC, 1968 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left h22” w28”

275 JEAN LAURENT

$700-900 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

(French, 20th century) shiPs on a stormY sEa oil on panel, framed, signed lower right h12” w16” 271

$300-500 273 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY )

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Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

shiPs in harbor goauche, antique frame, unsigned sight: h9 1/2” w11 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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277 MARCEL CHAFFEE (French, 20th/21st century) sunlit harbor, 2004 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h20” w24”

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

278 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) 276

276 GASTON SEBIRE (French/american, 1920-2001) la PlaGE a lion sur mEr oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left, & titled on verso h29” w36 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Georgia private collection. Other Notes: Born in Normandy in 1920, Sebire became one of France’s most recognized and honored marine painters. Largely self-taught, his first major exhibition was in Paris in 1952. He claimed the Prix de la Critique and the Prix Casa Velasquez in the 1950s followed by the Prix Greenshields, the Gold Medal of the Salon de la Marine. In 1975 he received the Chevalier dans l’Ordre National du Merite, the civilian equivalent of the Legion of Honor and one of France’s highest honors.

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shEEP oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower right: D’Grau h12” w18”

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280 UMBERTO STIACCINI

$350-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

279 FRENCH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY )

(italian, 19th/20th century) JEannE D’arC carved and painted white marble, signed and titled base and back. h11”

$300-500

laDY with masK bronze, unsigned h16 1/2”

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

$300-500

281 A. TITZE

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

(19th/20th century) FrEDEriCK thE GrEat gilt bronze, signed h5 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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284 ALFRED POLLENTINE (british, 1836-1890) Punta DElla DoGana, GranD Canal VEniCE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right, signed & titled verso h30” w50”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 282

282 WILLIAM HENRY FLORIO HUTCHISSON (british, 1773-1861) Portrait oF a YounG boY oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left: w. h. F. hutchisson, pinot, 1824. h57 1/4” w43 1/2”

$5,000-9,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Sotheby’s London, 1999

283 WILLIAM SHAYER (british, 1787-1879) GYPsY EnCamPmEnt nEar lYnDhurst oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower left h24” w30”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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286 WILLIAM FREDERICK HULK (british, 1852-1906) Pair scenes: Gomshall, aVEnuE, surrEY oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right, w. hulk 1897, one titled on verso h40” w30” (2pcs)

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Other Notes: Verso bearing old gallery label, D&M Beer-Salisbury.

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287 ATTRIBUTED TO ROBERT PURVES BELL (scottish, 1841-1931) Portrait oF a laDY in a bonnEt oil on canvas, period frame, partial signature lower left h39 1/2” w29 1/8”

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288 BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER

$1,500-2,500

(british, 1831-1923) sEasCaPE anD DunEs, 1909 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left h16” w24”

Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$5,000-8,000

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285 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) laDY with rED bow oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned h51” w32 1/2”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

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289 JOHN KNOX (british, 1778-1845) riVEr lanDsCaPE with CastlE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right h10” w18”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 292

290 RICHARD WILSON (FOLLOWER OF)

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(british, 1713-1782) lanDsCaPE with ruins oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h13 1/4” w20 1/4”

$800-1,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman.

291 GEORGE SMITH OF CHICHESTER (ATTRIBUTED) (british, 1714-1776) CottaGE oil on panel, antique frame, unsigned h9 3/8” w12”

$1,000-2,000

293 ((one of four)

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman. 291

292 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) FoX hunt oil on canvas, framed, remnant of signature, lower left h18” w23”

$500-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

293 COLLECTION OF BRITISH SCHOOL WATERCOLORS INCLUDING A FOLLOWER OF SIR EDWIN LANDSEER (1802-1873) CastlE on hiGh bluFF, unsigned; w. boase smith (british, 1842-1896) EasDalE, north sCotlanD with mull in DistanCE, unsigned, titled on mat; scottish school (19th century) rollinG hills with towEr, unsigned; british school (19th century) housEs on a riVEr, unsigned; all framed. sight sizes ranging from h6” w12” to h3 3/4” w4” (4pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 290

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295 BRITISH OR AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) laDY with a Coral-ColorED nECKlaCE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h12” w10”

$400-600 Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

296 JACK COX

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294 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF rEVErEnD D. tYlEr, 1843 oil on canvas, antique frame, inscribed with title & date on verso h36” w30”

$500-700 Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

(british, 1914-2007) sailinG watercolor, framed, signed: lower left image: h5 1/2” w8 1/4” together with: w. a. boshau (american, circa 1900) EVEninG solituDE watercolor, framed, signed & titled: lower margin, image: h9” w12 3/4” and John broadhurst (american, circa 1900) PEaCEFulnEss oil on board, framed, signed lower right h11” w6” (3pcs)

$300-500

296 (one of three)

298 ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Pair of works: sCEnEs in thE EnGlish CountrYsiDE oils on panel, framed as pair, unsigned h14 3/4” w14 3/4” (2pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Clinton, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection.

297 ENGLISH SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) naVal lanDsCaPE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left: D. Gammon h16” w20”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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297

298 (one of two)

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303 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) shiPs in harbor at DusK oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned h16” w20”

$500-800 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection St. Charles Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov. 18th, 2005, Lot 18

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301 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SHEPPARD 299

299 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF a YounG man oil on panel, period frame, unsigned h8 3/4” w7 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

300 J. HALL (british, circa 1900) rothEsaY baY oF GlasGow watercolor, framed, signed & titled: lower left and right, rothesay bay of Glasgow: J.E. Partridge master, J. hall sight: h19 3/4” w29 1/4”

$500-800

(british, fl. 1879-1899) harVEst oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h10 3/4” w15 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

302 E. CLARK (british, late 19h century) lanDsCaPE with GraZinG shEEP in DistanCE oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower right h32” w18”

$700-900 Provenance: Louisville, Kentucky private collection

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304 COLLECTION OF BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL SCHOOL DRAWINGS

Edward henry wehnert (british, 1813-1868) illustration For ChurChman’s maGaZinE, 1863, graphite, framed, inscribed lower center; attributed to Keeley halswelle (british, 18321891); two works: ViEw oF VEniCE and DoGE’s PalaCE, graphite, framed as a pair, unsigned; british school (19th century) olD hollYhEaD roaD, 1851, graphite, framed, inscribed & titled lower center sight sizes averaging h6 7/8” w4 1/4” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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305 COLLECTION OF 18TH AND 19TH BRITISH SATIRICAL ENGRAVINGS

after henry bunbury (british, 1750-1811) satiriCal sCEnE i will PaY no morE DEbts oF hEr ContraCtinG a tour to ForEiGn ParK a lonG minuEt thE JuDGEmEnt oF Paris together with, after James sayers (british, 1748-1823) a PEEP bEhinD thE Curtain at DrurY lanE all framed, framed sizes ranging from h11” w14” to h16” w20” (6pcs)

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$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

308 LARGE COLLECTION OF PRINTS: SATIRE, CARICATURE AND OTHERS

18th & 19th century, mostly british, engravings, most with handcoloring, all framed. framed sizes ranging from h13” w15” to h18” w23” (17pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

306 (one of four)

307 MANNER OF ISSAC CRUIKSHANK

307 (one of three)

306 COLLECTION OF BRITISH SATIRICAL ENGRAVINGS PUBLISHED BY THOMAS TEGG (british, 1776-1845) three works: DramatiC aCtion illustratED, thE GaY lothario, PrimE banG uP at haCKnEY and a bonnEt shoP, circa 1810-1813 hand-colored engravings, framed sight sizes from h13” w9” to h10 1/2” w14 1/2” (4pcs)

(british, 1756-1811) wiG, hat anD CanE, watercolor, framed, unsigned, sight: h6 1/8” w9 1/8”; together with two engravings by George Cruikshank (british, 1792-1878) QuaDruPEDs; or thE manaGErs last KiCK and manaGEmEnt or butts anD hoGhEaDs, handcolored, framed, sight: h6 1/8” w9 1/8” (watercolor); h7 1/4” w15 1/4” & h11 1/2” w18 3/4” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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309 COLLECTION OF ENGRAVINGS AFTER WILLIAM HOGARTH (british, 1697-1764) mr. GarriCK in thE CharaCtEr oF riCharD thE thirD analYsis oF bEautY, plate 1 analYsis oF bEautY, plate 2 ComPanY oF unDErtaKErs & thE lECturE thE timEs & a CountrY inn YarD thE bruisEr timE smoKinG a PiCturE & PErsPECtiVE all framed sight: h15” w11” & h17” w21” (7pcs)

$700-900

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Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

310 PASCARELLA (20TH CENTURY ) saCrED mountain monoprint, framed, pencil signed & titled sight: h12 1/2” w16 1/4”

$200-400 311 (one of four)

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

311 COLLECTION OF BOTANICAL PRINTS two handcolored engravings by Georg wolfgang Knorr (German, 1705-1761), Corona imPErialis maior and Canna inDiCa from Knorr’s 1780 publication thEsaurus rEi hErbariaE hortEnsisQuE uniVErsalis, elaborately framed; together with two 20th century reproductions of 18th century botanical prints, framed overall: h26 3/4” w21 1/2” & h21 1/2” w18 1/2” (4pcs)

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$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

312 COLLECTION OF BOTANICAL PRINTS 19th century, four hand-colored engravings presented in fine matching frames. overall: h20” w17 1/2” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

312 (one of four)

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313 FREDERICK CARL FRIESEKE (new York/ France, 1874-1939) alPinE FlowErs (FlowErs in a brown VasE), 1931 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left h20” w24”

$10,000-15,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee, 1999 [With]Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., New York William Bernbach, New York, 1965 [With]Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., New York, 1965 Estate of the artist Exhibitions: Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, PAINTINGS BY JAMES CHAPIN AND F.C. FRIESEKE, December 1931-January 1932, no. 2. Macbeth Gallery, New York, EXHIBITION OF WINTER LANDSCAPES AND OTHER SUBJECTS BY FREDERICK C. FRIESEKE, March 14-26, 1932, no. 16 or no. 17. Other Notes: This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Frieseke’s work being compiled by Nicholas Kilmer, the artist’s grandson, and sponsored by Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York.

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315 CARL NEWLAND WERNTZ (illinois, 1874-1944) boat housE, mohonK mountain housE, nEw YorK oil on canvas, original frame, inscribed on verso h38” w30”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman. Other Notes: Located at the edge of the Catskill Mountains, the Mohonk Mountain House has been an all-season resort since it first opened in the late 19th century. The boat house and dock illustrated by Werntz are still in use today.

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314 ROBERT TAIT MCKENZIE (Pennsylvania, 1867-1938) thE JoY oF EFFort, 1914 gilt bronze, signed & dated Dia.18”

316 GILBERT GAUL

$5,000-8,000

(new York/tennessee, 1855-1919) EnD oF thE trail - a wEstErn sCEnE watercolor, giltwood frame, signed lower left sight: h15” w23 1/4”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

317 GRACE LYONS KIRKLAND (mid-19th century) traVElEr bY niaGara Falls anD tErraPin towEr oil on canvas, unframed, inscribed on verso: Grace lyons Kirkland h12” w10 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Seattle, Washington private collection 315

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318 BERNHARD GUTMANN

319 CHARLES HEBERER

(new York, 1869 - 1936) Floral still liFE, 1920 oil on canvas, giltwood frame, signed & dated lower right h30” w25”

(missouri, 1868 -1951) GathErinG wilDFlowErs, 1895 oil on canvas, giltwood frame, signed & dated lower right h18 1/2” w15”

$10,000-15,000

$10,000-15,000

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320 ADAM LEHR

321 WALTER DOUGLAS

(ohio, 1853-1924) aPPlEs sPillinG From a basKEt, 1903 oil on canvas, period frame, signed & dated lower left h16” w24”

(ohio, 1868-1948) thE roostEr’s Call oil on canvas, arts & crafts frame, signed lower right h12” w16”

$3,000-4,000

$10,000-15,000

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322 HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL, POSSIBLY THE WORK OF JAMES SALISBURY BURT (massachussetts, active 1839-1949) Falls lanDsCaPE oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned, label verso reading: mr. burt/south reading/ mass h26” w36”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina estate

323 SAMUEL S. CARR (new York/british, 1837-1908) boY with his DoG oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right, s.s. Carr h12” w14”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

324 AMERICAN SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY ) littlE Girls with Doll anD Fruit oil on canvas, unframed, unsigned h48 1/2” w33 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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325 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) thaDDEus shErman oF ConnECtiCut oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h36” w28”

$700-900 Provenance: Collection of Roger P. Hanahan Jr., Charleston, SC, by descent

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326 AMERICAN SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF a Girl anD hEr DoG oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h30 1/4” w25 1/4”

$700-900 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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327 COLLECTION OF AMERICAN SILHOUETTES IN WOOD FRAMES

19th/20th century, comprising: 9 reverse silhouettes and 10 lithographs of silhouettes, in birdseye, ebonized and wood frames, framed size h3 1/2” w3 1/2” to h18 1/2” w14 3/4” (19pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

328 LOUIS MICHEL EILSHEMIUS

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(new York, 1864 - 1941) bluE lanDsCaPE with bathErs oil on panel, period frame, signed lower left, titled verso panel: h8 1/2” w13 1/2” sight: h6 3/8” w10 1/2” together with KEEnE VallEY, 1883 graphite, framed, signed lower right sight: h8 1/2” w11 3/4” (2pcs)

330 AMERICAN OR ENGLISH SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) still liFE with GraPEs, PEars anD aPPlEs oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned h24” w30”

$500-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 327 (one of nineteen)

$600-800

331 BRANDYWINE SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY )

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Portrait oF a FounDinG FathEr oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h28 3/4” w23 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Scottsdale, Arizona private collection

328 (one of two)

329 EARLY PORTRAIT MINIATURE IN THE MANNER OF JAMES PEALE (american, 18th/19th century) GEntlEman in rED Coat watercolor on ivory, framed as pendant, unsigned overall h2 1/4” w1 1/4”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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332 BELLA RUSSELL (american, late 19th/early 20th century) still liFE with Fruit oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower right h10” w24”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

333 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF a YounG man pastel, framed, unsigned sight: h18 1/4” w15”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Mary Ory Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana

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335 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) Portrait oF a GEntlEman oil on canvas, period giltwood frame, unsigned h30 1/4” w25 1/4”

$400-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

336 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY )

334 GULBRAND SETHER (norwegian/illinois, 1869-1941) wintEr VillaGE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h27 3/4” w39 3/4”

$300-500

riVEr lanDsCaPE oil on board, period frame, unsigned h9” w13 1/2”

335

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

337 V. TOMPKINS (american, 20th century) huts with sPEars bY a boDY oF watEr, 1932 oil on canvasboard, unframed, signed & dated lower right h18” w23”

$300-500

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Provenance: Iris, South Carolina private collection

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338 JOAN POTTER

340 THERESA FERBER BERSTEIN

(new York/new mexico, born 1935) PEoniEs anD Cut Glass, 1988 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h20” w24”

(new York/massachussetts, 1890-2002) sunnY Path, CEntral ParK, c. 1917 oil on board, framed, signed lower right h9” w11 1/2”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Grand Central Art Galleries, New York

339 M.C. POULSEN

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, circa 1988

(wyoming, born 1953) moon oVEr CartEr mountain, 1989 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right h22” w27”

340

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

341 MARTHA BAKER (illinois, 1871-1911) Erato, musE oF lYriCal PoEtrY watercolor & gouache, framed, signed lower right sight size: h18 1/2” w13 1/2” 341

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344 JAMES MCVICKER (California, born 1951) still liFE: Carnation, liliEs, anD aPPlEs, 1999 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left h24” w18”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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342 BRONZE BIRD DOG SCULPTURE (american, 19th/20th century) birD DoG bronze mounted on wood, bearing signature and date on base: Copyright 1982 ruehle, number 20/36 overall: h4 3/4” w10” D7”

$200-300

345 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) thrEE horsEs runninG bronze, black marble base, inscribed: barye overall: h10 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

346 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY )

343 CHARLOTTE BEREND

sailinG iii color etching, gilded frame, pencil signed, titled & numbered 86/250 plate: h9 3/4” w15 1/4”

(German/California, 1880-1967) FErnanDo, isChia, 1936 oil on canvas, framed, signed, inscribed & dated lower right h38 3/4” w25 1/4”

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347 STARR ABBOTT

$200-400

(utah, 20th century) EXotiC Fruits, 1988 oil on panel, framed, signed lower right h12” w9”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$1,000-2,000

$200-400

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, 1988

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350 FREDERIC REMINGTON (AFTER) (new York/Kansas, 18611909) rattlEsnaKE bronze with dark brown patina and marble base overall h23 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 351 (one of nine)

351 COLLECTION OF MIXED MEDIA WORKS ON PAPER INCLUDING JAMES GROFF 349

348 COLLECTION OF ETCHINGS Don swann (american, 1889-1954) DorsEY Door, annaPolis, 245/300 marYlanD CaPital DomE, 134/300 CarVEl hall, annaPolis, 151/300 st. annE’s, annaPolis, 141/300 st. annE’s anD strEEt etchings, framed, all pencil signed, plate sizes range from h5 3/4” w7 1/4” to h2 3/4” w3 3/4” together with another: alice standish buell (new York, 1892-1964) last loaD, etching, framed, pencil signed plate: h7 1/2” w10 1/2” (6pcs)

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349 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) EGrEt bronze, black marble base, inscribed: barye overall: h19 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina private collection

(american, born 1937), oranGE blossom, signed lower right together with: two works: stuDY For sail, 1984, signed: Doty untitlED, 1995, signed: robert untitlED, handmade paper, signed lower right XXX, 1985, signed on verso: stolbach abstraCt, 1993, signed: ryan lanDsCaPE, signed: Glover instrumEnts, 1987, signed: wells sizes ranging from h15” w25” to h23” w35”, all unframed (9pcs)

352 COLLECTION OF WORKS ON PAPER ira Dobbs (California, 20th century), two floral watercolors, 1982 & 1986 Jane Goldman (massachussetts, born 1951), CornEr rEFlECtions #2, 1982, color etching sylvia roth (new York, 20th century) Floral, mixed media beverly mitchell (american, 20th century), oPEn Door, 1986, mixed media all unframed, all signed sizes ranging from: h24” w17 1/2” to h42” w31” (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

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353 HELEN ST. CLAIR

357 RAYMOND HAN

(born 1931) aPProaChinG storm watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: h12” w14” together with James Phelps Jr. (american, 20th century) PraYinG mixed media, framed, signed lower right sight: h9 1/4” w7 1/4” napoleon wilkerson (american, 20th century) littlE Girl, 1987 lithograph, framed, signed 7 dated lower right sight: h25 1/2” w17 1/4” (3pcs)

(hawaii, born 1931) sunFlowEr anD bluE iris, 2000 oil on canvas, framed, unsigned h48” w40”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

353 (one of three)

358 COLLECTION OF HAWAIIAN WORKS ON PAPER

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia

354 E. DENNEY NEVILLE (wyoming, 20th century) mountain lanDsCaPE, 1990 oil on panel, framed, signed & dated lower left h12” w16”

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$300-500

mary Jenks Coulter (California, 1880-1966) riCE FiElDs, hawaii, etching, unframed, signed & titled: lower margin, sheet size: h11 1/2” w8 7/8”; E. heimann (american, 20th century), hawaiian huts, mixed media, unframed, signed & dated: lower right, h9 1/4” w12 3/8”; o. towle (american, 20th century), hawaiian lanDsCaPE, watercolor, framed, signed: lower right, sight size: h8 3/4” w11 5/8” (3pcs)

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359 HELEN THOMAS DRANGA (California/hawaii, 1866-1940) hawaiian lanDsCaPE oil on canvas laid onto panel, framed, signed lower left h14” w19 3/4”

$5,000-7,000

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

355 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) summEr lanDsCaPE with Cows oil on canvas, framed, indiscernible signature lower right of center h14” w20”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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356 AMERICAN SCHOOL (MID 20TH CENTURY ) Cows GraZinG goauche, framed, unsigned sight: h10 1/4” w14 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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364 JOHN SINGER SARGENT LETTER AND REFERENCE BOOKS

dated november 5, 1887, from the Clarendon hotel, new York, letter to the parents of leroy King discussing the frame ordered for the painting, contents of the letter are referenced in vol. 1 of the sargent catalogue raisonne (catalogue # 194); together with Volumes 1 & 2 of the sargent catalogue raisonne: thE EarlY Portraits and Portraits oF thE 1890s by richard ormond & Elaine Kilmurray and four other monographs on sargent. (7pcs)

360

$400-600

360 EDITH HAMBURGER (american, 20th century) nuDE, circa 1937 oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower left, dated verso h20” w17”

$400-600 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

361 IRWIN CAPLAN

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363 ADRIEN TAUNAY THE YOUNGER (French, 1803-1828) housE alonG thE banKs watercolor, original frame, signed lower right sight: h6 7/8” w20 3/4”

$400-600

(washington, born 1919) thE ibErian gouache, framed, signed lower right, titled & signed verso h13 3/4” w15 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

362 MAURICE STERNE (California, 1878-1957) balinEsE DanCEr oil on board, framed, signed upper right h20 1/4” w14 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

365 MONET CATALOGUE RAISONNE AND

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366 BOOKS ON SCULPTURE

Gordon, robert and andrew Forge. monEt. new York: abradale Press, 1989; tucker, Paul hayes. monEt in thE 20th CEnturY. new haven: Yale university Press, 1998; Vasari, Giorgio. liVEs oF thE PaintErs, sCulPtors anD arChitECts. Vols. i& ii. new York: alfred a. Knopf, 1996. (English translation, in original slipcase); wildenstein, Daniel. monEt: tomE V. Paris: wildenstein institute, 1991. (French copy); wildenstein, Daniel. monEt: CataloGuE raisonnE: wErKVErZEiChnis. Vols. i-iV. Paris: wildenstein institute, 1996. (with English, French and German translations); and 4 similar titles. (12pcs)

albee, Edward. louisE nEVElson: atmosPhErEs anD EnVironmEnts. new York: Clarkson n. Potter, inc., 1980; amerson, Price and Jack Cowart. manuEl nEri: a sCulPtor’s DrawinGs. washington, DC: the Corcoran Gallery of art, 1994; amerson, Price, John beardsley, Jack Cowart, henry Geldzahler and robert Pincus. manuEl nEri: EarlY worK 1953- 1978. washington, DC: the Corcoran Gallery of art, 1996; Finn, David. anita huFFinGton. new York: ruder Finn Press, 2008; nixon, bruce. manuEl nEri: thE FiGurE in rEliEF. new York: hudson hills Press, 2007. and 8 similar titles, including approximately 250 slides from the lisa buck collection. (13pcs)

$200-300

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee


367 BOOKS: PISSARRO AND GAUGIN CATALOGUES RAISONNES AND OTHERS

Pissarro, ludovic- rodolphe and lionello Venturi. CamillE Pissarro: son art- son oEuVrE, CataloGuE raisonnE. Vols. i&ii. san Francisco: alan wofsy Fine arts, 1989. (French copy); weinberg, h. barbara, Doreen bolger and David Park Curry. amEriCan imPrEssionism anD rEalism: thE PaintinG oF moDErn liFE, 1885-1915. new York: the metropolitan museum of art, 1994. (unopened); wildenstein, Daniel. GauGin: a saVaGE in thE maKinG, CataloGuE raisonnE oF thE PaintinGs (1873-1888). Vols. i&ii. skira Editore, 2002. (in original case); and 3 similar titles. (8pcs)

369 BOOKS: GEORGIA O’KEEFE, MILTON AVERY, MARK ROTHKO anfam, David. marK rothKo: thE worKs on CanVas. new haven: Yale university Press, 1999; hobbs, robert. milton aVErY. new York: hudson hills Press, 1990; lynes, barbara buhler. GEorGia o’KEEFE: CataloGuE raisonnE. new haven: Yale university Press, 1999, vols. i & ii; and 9 similar titles. (13pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

368 BOOKS ON AMERICAN ART Conrads, margaret C. winslow homEr anD thE CritiCs: ForGinG a national art in thE 1870s. Princeton, new Jersey: Princeton university Press, 2001. Dorment, richard and margaret F. macdonald. JamEs mCnEill whistlEr. new York: harry n. abrams, 1995. Peters, lisa n. a PErsonal GathErinG: PaintinGs anD sCulPturE From thE CollECtion oF william i. KoCh. wichita, Kansas: wichita art museum, 1996. Pierce, Patricia Jobe. EDmunD C. tarbEll anD thE boston sChool oF PaintinG (18891980). hingham, massachusetts: Pierce Galleries, inc., 1980. reed, sue welsh and Carol troyen. awash in Color: homEr, sarGEnt anD thE GrEat amEriCan watErColor. boston: museum of Fine arts, boston, 2000. shea, renee h. marCia mYErs: twEntY YEars: PaintinGs anD worKs on PaPEr, 1982-2002. new York: hudson hills Press, 2005. (signed by marcia myers, slipcovered first edition, limited to 1000 copies) and 19 similar titles. (25pcs)

370 BOOKS ON SOUTHERN ART Caldwell, benjamin h., Jr., robert hicks and mark w. scala. art oF tEnnEssEE. nashville: Frist Center for the Visual arts, 2003; Cloar, Carroll. hostilE buttErFliEs anD othEr PaintinGs bY Carroll Cloar. memphis: memphis state university Press, 1977. (signed by artist); Fath, Creekmore. thE lithoGraPhs oF thomas hart bEnton. austin: university of texas Press, 1979. (inscribed by author); GEE’s bEnD Quilts: 19 maY- 22 JulY 2005. new York: ameringer Yohe Fine art, 2005. Pinson, Patricia. thE art oF waltEr anDErson. university Press of mississippi, 2003. seibels, Cynthia. thE sunnY south: thE liFE anD art oF william aiKEn walKEr. spartanburg, south Carolina: saraland Press, 1995; and 10 similar titles, along with photography archives of lisa Kurts Gallery featuring: walter anderson, Clementine hunter, william Eggleston and Philip hershberger. (20pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

371 LISA KURTS GALLERY & ALICE BINGHAM GALLERY ARCHIVES OF BURTON CALLICOTT AND CARROLL CLOAR extensive collection of slides, transparencies, photos, gallery opening invitations, and newspaper articles; together with northrop, Guy. hostilE buttErFliEs anD othEr PaintinGs bY Carroll Cloar. memphis: memphis state university Press, 1977. (3pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

372 BOOKS ON CONTEMPORARY & MODERN AMERICAN ART balken, Debra bricker. arthur DoVE: a rEtrosPECtiVE. Cambridge, massachusetts: mit Press, 1997. Doty, robert. will barnEt. new York: harry n. abrams, inc., 1984. Kahn, wolf and barbara novak. wolF Kahn PastEls. new York: harry n. abrams, inc., 2000. motherwell, robert, E. a. Carmean, Jr., robert bigelow, John E. scofield. robErt mothErwEll: rEConCiliation ElEGY. new York: skira/ rizzoli, 1980; shea, renee h. marCia mYErs: twEntY YEars: PaintinGs & worKs on PaPEr, 1982-2002. new York: hudson hills Press, 2005. (with original slipcover, signed by marcia myers); Zona, louis a., Carter E. Foster and Clare henry. GarY buKoVniK: watErColors. new York: hudson hills Press, 2005, limited edition, 305/ 500. (with original slipcover, signed by Gary bukovnik, including signed lithograph 305/ 500); and 12 similar titles, with approximately 15 exhibition catalogs and 1000 slides (36pcs plus slides)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee

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Magnificent Antiques at Auction Important Furniture, Ceramics, Silver & Jewelry

Session II 7 September Saturday at 10am

Lots 400-915

CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONEERS West Columbia, SC


400 PAIR MAHOGANY CUTLERY BOXES, PROBABLY AMERICAN 19th century, slant lid over bowed front with silvered pull ring and escutcheon plate, opening to reveal fitted interiors. H15 1/2” W10” D11 1/2” and H15” W10” D11” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

401 ENGLISH TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY late 18th/early 19th century, serpentine front, interior two lidded compartments, silver name plate on lid. H4 3/4” W7 3/4” D5”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina Other Notes: The Enfield House in Cheraw, South Carolina, was built sometime between 1815 and 1820 by General Erasmus Powe after his return from the War of 1812, where he commanded the 9th Brigade of the South Carolina militia. Powe, a prominent citizen of Cheraw, was responsible for recruiting volunteers to fight in the War of 1812. During the Civil War, this house was used as headquarters for the Union general O. O. Howard, while another of Powe’s homes on the same street was used as General Sherman’s personal sleeping quarters. The Enfield house was occupied by Dr. J. J. Wilson for years, which resulted in the nickname of Wilsonia for the surrounding area at the turn of the 20th century. The home sustained damage from both a major fire and the Charleston earthquake of 1886, but remains intact today.

402 ENGLISH TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY

400

403 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY WRITING BOX ON STAND late 19th century, hinged top, fitted interiors, on later stand with carved molded legs joined by molded stretchers. H25 3/4” W21 1/4” D11 1/2”

$300-400 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

late 18th/early 19th century, key present, interior lidded compartments. H5 3/4” W7 1/4” D4 1/2”

$800-1,000 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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404 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES

19th century, coffer-shaped double caddy with mixing well and winged metal feet, H6 1/2” W12” D6”; another of rectangular form with similar interior, H6 1/2” W12” D6”. (2pcs) 404

$400-700 405 ENGLISH CALAMANDER WRITING BOX 19th century, rectangular hinged lid with vacant brass cartouche, opening to fitted interiors, compartments and velvet writing slope. H5 1/2” W14” D9”

$400-700 406

406 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL CELLARETTE

19th century, hinged top over storage compartment with fitted metal liner, having molded base, on tapered legs with cups and casters. H35 3/4” Dia.18”

408

$500-800

408 ENGLISH CHINOISERIE RED LACQUER BOX WITH

407 ENGLISH TEA CADDY AND SEWING BOX

19th century, box with metal interior lidded compartment featuring engraved Chinoiserie scene. H5 1/4” W9” D7 3/8”

METAL LIDDED COMPARTMENT

19th century, mother-of-pearl inlaid rosewood double caddy, H6” W9” D4 3/4”; together with brass and mahogany sewing box on ivory bun feet, H5 1/2” W12 1/4” D8 3/4”. (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

$400-600 409 ENGLISH BRASS-INLAID ROSEWOOD LAP DESK ON STAND

409

circa 1850, hinged slant top with brass corners, opening to fitted interiors on conforming body, on stand with molded edge and tapered legs; stand of later date. H20 1/4” W21” D11”

$300-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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410 PAIR CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD AGRICULTURAL DECORATIONS, FRAMED 18th/19th century, panel H22 1/2” W11 1/4”, and frame H36 1/2” W24”. (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

411 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED AND GILT WALL SHELF

reeded pagoda top over three shelves with pierce-carved fronts. H44” W34 1/2” D7 1/2”

413

$400-600

410

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

412 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDY early 19th century, H7 3/4” W13 1/4” D6 1/4”.

$300-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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413 FRENCH CHINOISERIE TOLE PAINTED TRAY 19th century, rectangular shape centering figural landscape with temple. L31” W24”

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

414

414 ENGLISH CHINOISERIE GILT PAPIER MACHE GAMING BOARD AND CASE

19th century, hinged case opening flat to serve as checkerboard and verso as backgammon, closing to form box. H3 3/4” W22” D11 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

415 SAMUEL TROLL ET FILS INLAID ROSEWOOD CASED CYLINDER AND BELL MUSIC BOX

circa 1880, ten-tune 14-inch cylinder and nine-bell in case with original tune card. H10” W24” D11 3/8”

$500-800 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection 411

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418 AMERICAN FAUX-PAINTED DIMINUTIVE BOX

early 20th century, domed hinged lid over rectangular case with wrought-metal lock. H9 1/2” W24” D12”

$200-400 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection 416

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419 ENGLISH WOOD DOUBLE TEA CADDIES 19th century, mahogany with lidded double compartments, mixing well and mother-of-pearl escutcheon and cartouche, H5” W10 1/2” D5 1/2”; together with mixed wood caddy with lidded double compartments and brass knob feet, H5 3/4” W7” D4 1/4”. (2pcs)

$300-500 417

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 420

420 LEADED STAINED GLASS PANELS 19th century, one with figure of woman with harp, H21 1/2” W31”; two with floral decoration, H29” W13” and H13 1/2” W26 1/2”; all with bull’s-eye panels. (3pcs)

$300-500 418

416 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY LAP DESK

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

421 CIVIL WAR SHIP MODEL OF THE USS KEARSARGE

19th century, rectangular hinged top with vacant escutcheon, opening to fitted interiors and gilt-tooled leather writing slope. H6 1/2” W15 1/2” D9 1/2”

model H17” L30 1/2”, and glass case H20” W33” D10”. (2pcs)

$200-400

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

$200-300

417 FRENCH BRASS-INLAID WRITING SLOPE Rococo faux Boullework top, opening to compartments and fold-out writing surface. H3 3/4” W13 3/4” D10 1/2”

Herter canvas and brass coot, L11” Giannetto bufflehead drake, L12” Coykendall hooded and redbreasted mergansers, L14”, L15 1/2” blue-winged teal hen, L12” pintail branded RHR, L15” cast-iron sinker box, L13” (7pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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422 COLLECTION OF DUCK DECOYS, HERTER, GIANNETTO, COYKENDALL AND OTHERS

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423 ENGLISH HORN-AND-SHELL MINIATURE BOXES

19th century, comprising: mother-of-pearl and tortoise box, L2” horn-and-silver box, L2” tortoise-and-horn box, L2 1/2” octagonal tortoise box, H1 1/4” metal-and-mull wood box, H2” inlaid horn box, L3 3/4” inlaid tortoise box, L3 1/2” (7pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

424 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY LAP DESK 19th century, rectangular hinged lid, opening to fitted interiors and felt writing slope. H7” W21 1/4” D10 1/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

426 AMERICAN PAINTED SHEET-METAL HORSE

428 SOUTHERN HORN-HANDLED WALKING CANE

WEATHERVANE

circa 1900, cane probably stacked horns, with rubber base, silver plate engraved C. M. MARTIN, ANNAPOLIS, MD. L35”

late 19th/early 20th century H24 1/2” W32 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

427 COLLECTION OF SNUFF BOXES AND OBJECTS OF VIRTU

425 PAIR CARVED GILTWOOD STANDS round top over stout pedestal base. H8 3/4” Dia.10” (2pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

3 Bilston or Battersea enamel boxes, Dia.1” to W2” Limoges porcelain box, W2” enamel-inset ivory box, Dia.1 1/4” inlaid ivory box, L3 1/4” silver-mounted horn spoon, L6 1/2” ivory thread holder, L3 1/2” silvered snuff box, W1 1/2” (9pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

428

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427

$200-400 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

429 AMERICAN OR BRITISH SAMPLER early 19th century, by Mary Sheneberger, dated 1811, featuring a weeping willow and botanical stitching, in birds-eye wood frame. framed size: H20 1/2” W16”

$200-300 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina


431

432 ENGLISH CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR mid 19th century, floral and leaf-carved pediment above pierce-carved oval frame centering looking glass. H47” W24”

$800-1,200 433 REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLE MIRROR

430

430 REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD BULL’S-EYE GIRANDOLE MIRROR

first half 19th century, eagle-and-leaf pediment above molded round frame supporting scrolling candlearms fitted with prisms. H35” Dia.18” D8 1/2”

$1,000-2,000

circa 1820, eagle-and-dolphin carved pediment over circular molded frame supporting two scrolling arms. H38” W22”

434 GEORGE III CARVED AND GILT

$1,500-3,000

circa 1810, shaped pierced top with feather, fruit and leaf-carved designs, centering looking glass. H44” W22 1/2”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

MAHOGANY MIRROR

431 ENGLISH CARVED GILT WALNUT MIRROR

$800-1,500

19th century, shaped crown with eagle pediment over molded frame and beveled looking glass. H49 1/2” W48 1/2”

435 REGENCY STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD

$1,000-2,000

433

MIRROR

late 19th century, canted corners with lamb’s-tongue molded bands centering beveled looking glass. H25 1/2” W37 1/2”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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436

436 REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BIBLIOTHEQUE TABLE

circa 1900, octagonal leather-inset top with canted corners, over eight divided compartments, on tapered inlaid legs with brass-sleeved casters. H30 1/2” W39” D39”

$3,000-6,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: The style of the table reflects the

$700-1,000 438 GEORGE II MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1810, hinged drop leaves above drawer, on chamfered legs with carved block feet. H26” W21” D30”

$500-700

438

439 GEORGE III WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS

manner introduced by the celebrated Mayfair firm and court cabinet-makers that traded until 1803 as Messrs. Elward, Marsh and Tatham, adopted around 1800 for comfortable and fashionable living rooms and promoted in particular by George IV, when Prince of Wales.

circa 1780, crossbanded top with molded edge over short and long drawers on bracket feet. H36” W38 3/8” D21”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

437 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF FOUR

circa 1780, yoke crest over ornate pierced splat, molded seatrail and square legs joined by stretchers. BH37 1/2” SH17 1/4” (4pcs)

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441 DIMINUTIVE SHERATON STYLE SECRETARY BOOKCASE

circa 1840, molded crown over divided glazed panel door, fitted writing drawer and molded panel doors, on tapered feet. H86” W35 1/2” D20”

$2,000-3,000 442 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1850, molded edge top over short and long drawers, shaped skirt and splayed feet. H43 1/2” W43” D21”

$700-1,000 443 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR

442

circa 1780, concave back, pierced splats and scrolling handrests above slip seat and square legs. BH31 1/2” SH17 1/4”

$400-600 444 MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET circa 1850, molded crown over divided glazed panel doors, lower part with molded panel doors, on bracket feet. H82” W40” D19”

$1,000-1,800

441

440 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY STAND last half 19th century, square form with gallery molding, blind fretwork frieze and piercework corner blocks, on corresponding chamfered legs with inverted spade feet, unified by undertier. H26 1/2” Sq.15 7/8”

$500-700

440

444

443

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445 ENGLISH TILT-TOP TABLES burlwood piecrust top, pedestal and snakepad feet, H27 1/4” Dia.27”; and similar design in mahogany, H27” Dia.27”. (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

446 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF 445

FOUR

late 18th century, shaped crestrail, urn splat, molded seat and cabriole legs with padded feet. BH39” SH17 1/2” (4pcs)

448

$800-1,200 447 QUEEN ANNE WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE circa 1790, oval top over straight skirts and turned legs with pad feet. H28 1/8” W41 1/4” D44 7/8”

$400-600 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection Purchased in the 1970s in London

448 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS 446

449

circa 1850, inlaid and molded edge top over configuration of drawers on bracket feet. H41” W42 3/4” D20 1/4”

$800-1,100 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

449 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY RIBBONBACK ARMCHAIRS, SET OF FOUR shaped crestrail over pierce-carved ribbonback splat, with carved and molded seatrails, on cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. BH40” SH19” (4pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Made in the cabinetshop of Charlton Hall Galleries 447

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450 SHERATON STYLE UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY SOFA arched back, carved reeded handrests, leading to turned and reeded front legs with inlaid cartouche. SH16” BH34”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection


454

451

451 GEORGE II INLAID WALNUT BUREAU

453 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

circa 1790, slant front opens to reveal interior fitted with door, drawers and pigeonholes, on case with four long drawers and bracket base. H42 1/4” W37 1/4” D21 3/8”

circa 1820, rectangular top over conforming case with drawer, on straight chamfered legs. H27 7/8” W33” D18 1/4”

$500-800

$1,800-2,500

452

452 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF

454 QUEEN ANNE STYLE INLAID BURL AND WALNUT

DRAWERS

KNEEHOLE DESK

first half 19th century, rectangular molded top with herringbone inlay, over case with configuration of two over three drawers with corresponding decoration, on molded base with ogee bracket feet. H32 3/4” W40 3/4” D20 1/2”

circa 1800, rectangular molded and banded top over configuration of four drawers and shaped skirt, on cabriole legs with pad feet. H32” W46 7/8” D24 3/4”

$700-900

$1,000-1,500

453

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455 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE circa 1790, round top over baluster pedestal and saber legs with pad feet. H39 1/2” Dia.28”

$700-900 456 CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET bowfront with pierced gallery over three drawers, blind fretwork skirt, on faux bamboo legs with bracket feet. H27” W22 1/4” D16”

$300-400 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

457 GEORGIAN STYLE CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1860, crossbanded molded edge top over configuration of drawers, on bracket feet. H39 3/4” W37 1/4” D19”

$600-900 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

458 INLAID YEWWOOD CORNER CABINET crossbanded top, marquetry inlaid molded door, with chamfered reeded corners on molded straight legs. H34” W28 1/2” D16 3/4”

457

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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458


459

459 FRENCH EMPIRE FIGURAL BRONZE AND MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, BY LESIEUR

460 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK, WILLIAM GREGORY, BASINGSTOKE

circa 1810, patinated bronze figures of Venus and Cupid standing astride gilt architectural case housing enameled dial signed Lesieur a Paris and works signed Lesieur, all on rouge griotte marble plinth with ormolu mounts. H24” W18 1/2” D8 1/2”

19th century, molded top with broken arch crown over glazed panel door, long door with marquetry inlaid panel, base on bracket feet. H93” W22 1/2” D12 1/2”

$1,000-1,600

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

460

Other Notes: Little is known of Lesieur a Paris, the firm’s name is often associated with fine clocks fitted with complex movements. Lesieur was first recorded in 1806 as a clockmaker on Vieille rue de Temple, and from 1812-20 and 1830-50 at rue de Verrerie, and finally at Boulevard Saint-Martin in 1840.

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461 ENGLISH WALNUT CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK BY JOHN SMITH & SONS, CLERKENWELL second half 19th century, cathedral form with tower and turret top over architectural case carved with trefoil stylized tudor rose and spandrels framed by stop-fluted chamfered pilasters on molded base, arched beveled glazed side lights, centering enameled dial with Roman numerals concealing quarter-strike snail English fusee movement; on conforming bracket. clock H30” W18” D11”, and bracket H12” W19” D11 1/2”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina collection Other Notes: Smith & Sons started in 1780 and became one on London’s largest clockmakers. By 1851 they exhibited two unusual clocks in the Crystal Palace Exhibition, a Year Going Calendar clock, and an extraordinary chiming clock; and by the second Great Exhibition they where exhibiting turret and skeleton clocks. In 1865 they issued a catalogue of clocks illustrating an amazing collection of clocks. Smith & Sons clocks of note are St Paul’s Cathedral in London, Trinity College Clock in Cambridge, Salisbury Cathedral, Pierhead Building in Wales, and Maidenhead in Berkshire, in addition to partaking in the restoration projects of many English and Canadian public clocks.

461

462 SCOTTISH INLAID MAHOGANY

463 AMERICAN SHELF CLOCK

LONGCASE CLOCK

early 19th century, Forestville Manufacturing Co., Bristol, CT; clock with weights and eglomise-painted panels; with label reading: Improved eight day brass clock. H38” W17 3/4”

early 19th century, goose-neck bonnet with finials and keystone, arched door flanked by colonettes before works decorated with painted pastoral scene and rabbit spandrels, over chamfered waist with scalloped door and molded lower case with bun feet. H98 3/4” W26” D11 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

$800-1,200

462

464

464 ENGLISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, R. DICKINSON, WOODHOUSE circa 1840, broken-arch bonnet and brass finial over turned columns centering glazed door and painted dial, on molded lower base with long door and bracket feet. H93” W26 1/4” D11 1/2”

$1,000-1,800

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465 CHELSEA SHIP’S BELL BRASS CLOCK

Boston, early 20th century, marked: Chelsea Clock Co, Boston, USA, Ship’s Bell. H9 1/2” W10 1/2” D4 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

466 ENGLISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, JOSEPH ROSE & SON, LONDON first quarter 19th century, shaped pediment with brass finials, over fluted columns centering brass dial and arched glazed panel door, case with arched long door, shaped skirt and bracket feet. H97” W20 1/2” D10 1/4”

$1,800-2,500

465

467 CLASSICAL CARVED AND REVERSE PAINTED SHELF CLOCK, JEROME & DARROW first half 19th century, carved case inset with eglomise panel, opening to labeled interior: Jerome & Darrow, Bristol, CT, eight day clocks; with shelf. H38 1/2” W19 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

468 HENRY FORD MUSEUM JOSEPH DOLL TALL CASE CLOCK, BY COLONIAL swan’s-neck bonnet with floral trailing vines and finial, arched door and colonettes before eight-day movement with Westminster chimes, moon phase dial and calendar, waist inlaid with American eagle, on molded lower part with splayed feet. H86 1/2” W18 1/2” D10 3/4”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

466

468

467

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469 GEORGIAN OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, BLAYLOCK, LONGTOWN circa 1800, broken-arch crown, turned finial over arched glazed panel door flanked by fluted column supports, long waist door, on molded base. H93” W22 1/2” D10 1/2”

$1,000-1,600 470 GERMAN AND ENGLISH CLOCKS early 20th century, German faux-marble cased clock marked H.A.C. Wurttemberg, H7 1/2”; English mahogany miniature bracket clock, H8”. (2pcs)

$300-500

470

471 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CASED WALL CLOCK, JAMES MCCABE 19th century, molded round case centering enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed James McCabe London. Dia.14 1/4”

$400-800 472 FRENCH CAST-METAL FIGURAL CLOCK part late 19th century, peacock and female figures with chariot, on marble base. H24” W26” D8 1/2”

$300-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

472

471

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473 GEORGE II INLAID WALNUT CHEST ON STAND 18th century, rectangular banded top over two short and two long drawers, on single-drawer stand with twist-turned legs and bun feet, unified by shaped stretchers. H42 1/8” W41 1/4” D22 3/4”

$2,000-3,000 474 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUTLER’S SECRETARY BOOKCASE

circa 1830, molded crown over divided glazed panel doors, lower part with desk drawer opening to fitted interiors, three long drawers, on bracket feet. H96” W48” D24 3/8”

$3,000-5,000 473

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

475 REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE late 19th century, gallery top over four tiers joined by turned supports and legs with casters. H37” W20” D11”

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 477

474

476 SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF SIX

circa 1800, carved molded toprail and splat, upholstered saddle seat, and tapered legs. BH34 1/2” SH18” (6pcs)

$1,500-2,200 477 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY DOUBLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE rectangular top with rounded corners, on urn-shape pedestals supported by saber legs ending on casters; fitted with 22 3/4” leaf. H28 3/4” W48” L90 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: McClellanville, South Carolina private collection 475

476

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478 HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FRONT SIDEBOARD

circa 1810, serpentine top over configuration of drawers, on tapered legs. H36” W72” D32”

$1,800-2,500 479 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE first quarter 19th century, oval top with hinged drop leaves, with single conforming frieze drawer, on tapered legs with cups and casters, decorated with boxwood stringing. H28 1/2” D35 1/8” W40 1/4” open

$500-800

478

480 QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY CANDLESTAND 18th century, circular dished top on turned shaft issuing three S-curve legs. H26 1/2” Dia.19 1/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

481 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR SET first quarter 19th century, yoke crestrail, pierced splat and square legs. BH37” SH17” (4pcs)

$500-800 479

481

480

482

482 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DIMINUTIVE CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1850, crossbanded top over short and long drawers on splayed feet. H31 1/4” W36” D8”

$500-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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485 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST

483

circa 1840, dentil-molded crown above configuration of drawers flanked by chamfered corners, lower part with three drawers and bracket feet. H70” W47 1/2” D22”

$1,500-2,500 485

486 QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE

483 QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF TABLE

circa 1780, circular top with straight skirt and turned legs with pad feet. H28” Dia.55 1/2”

$400-700 484

$500-700 487 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CHEST WITH SECRETARY DRAWER

484 SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR

late 19th/early 20th century, bellflower-carved crest and upholstered back and seat, serpentine fluted frontrail, on tapered fluted legs and carved block feet. BH39 1/2” SH16”

$800-1,200 486

late 18th/early 19th century, drop-leaf top with lobed corners over single drawer, on turned legs with pad feet. H28 1/4” W37 3/8” D34 3/4” open

circa 1835, crossbanded top over long drawers, first drawer with fall front opening to fitted interiors, on bracket feet. H42” W43” D22”

$800-1,200 488 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET circa 1860, molded crown, inlaid frieze over glazed panel upper door, over molded panel door and molded base. H82” W37” D21”

$900-1,400

488

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489 ENGLISH YEW TILT-TOP TEA

493 ENGLISH MAHOGANY

TABLE

CHAMBERPOT CABINET

circa 1810, round top on baluster-turned pedestal with saber legs and snake feet. H28” Dia.30”

19th century, gallery top with handles over door, on molded-edge square legs. H32” W15 1/2” D12 3/4”

$300-500

$200-300

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

490 PAIR CHIPPENDALE STYLE

494 CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE TWENTY-FIVE LIGHT

CARVED MAHOGANY STOOLS

circa 1900, upholstered seat over gadroon-carved skirt and cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. H18” W22” D17 1/2” (2pcs)

$600-900 491 GEORGIA III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1810, molded edge top over configuration of drawers and bracket feet. H47” W14” D21”

$800-1,200 492 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLANT FRONT DESK

circa 1810, hinged fall front opening to fitted interiors of drawers, pigeonholes and doors, over long graduated drawers and bracket feet. H41 3/4” W39” D20”

CHANDELIER

late 19th century, vasiform stem adorned with medieval busts supporting ten scrolling arms with twenty-five lights, ending with grape cluster pendant.

491

496 FRENCH BRONZE SIX-LIGHT

$3,000-5,000

CHANDELIER

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

early 20th century, baluster stem adorned with putti masques supporting leaf-encrusted scrolling arms. H29” Dia.28”

495 PAIR FRENCH BRASS ANDIRONS

492

$800-1,200

late 19th century, flame finial on tapered and molded column, with acanthus-leaf decorations, mask-head and garland mounts, with scrolling legs and half-sphere feet, joined by turned stretcher. H36 1/2” D26”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$700-1,000

494

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$800-1,400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

490

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497 FANCY INTENSE YELLOW DIAMOND RING 2.05ct rectangular brilliant-cut fancy diamond flanked by 0.86ctw matching diamond, and 0.48ctw near colorless diamond, color G-H, in platinum setting, size 6.5.

$15,000-20,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US908819207D. 501

497

498 MID-CENTURY MODERN DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

Italian, circa 1950, pinch-woven gold band set with approx. 1.7ctw diamonds, L7”. Total 1.7oz Troy all in

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

499 DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

502 498

499

3.48ct pear-shape diamond, color H-I, clarity SI2, set in 14K yellow gold coil band accented by approx. 3.0ctw baguette-cut diamonds; marked, size 6.

$10,000-15,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

501 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

circa 1920, 1.5ctw diamonds in filigree setting accented by deep blue sapphire bands. L7 1/4”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: New York private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US67047102D.

500 EMERALD AND

503

504

502 ART DECO STYLE DIAMOND RING

DIAMOND DROP

2.15ct old European-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity VS2, in 14K white gold filigree setting, size 6.5.

504 DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE

EARRINGS

$10,000-15,000

7.15 and 6.54ct oval emeralds flanked by 1.18ctw diamonds in 18K white gold setting, L1 1/2”. (2pcs)

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US908819203D; with $38,0000 replacement value.

leaf-and-ring pendants on bellflower chain, all set with diamonds. L17”

$6,000-8,000 503 BLUE SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD PENDANT

$18,000-22,000 Other Notes: Accompnaied by GIA certificate 1152518706.

Provenance: New York private collection

ON CHAIN

6.5ct rich blue oval sapphire flanked by 1.0ctw diamonds and set in 14K white gold, mounted on cable chain. 500

$8,000-12,000

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507 VICTORIAN DIAMOND-SET BROOCH circa 1880, old-European cut round diamond in 14K and silver wash ribbon-form setting, studded with diamonds. W2 1/8”

$700-1,000 Provenance: New York private collection 509

508 MID-CENTURY MODERN GOLD CUFF BRACELET

506

Italian, circa 1950, 18K yellow gold interlocking link design, marked: 3VI 750 FOB. L7 3/4” W1 1/2”, and 2.0oz Troy

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

509 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

510

505

pave-set diamonds on 14K yellow gold asymmetric bangle.

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

510 RUBY AND DIAMOND RING oval ruby flanked by pave-set and baguette diamonds in 18K yellow gold setting, size 6. 507

$800-1,200

511

505 DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 2.01ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity I1, on 14K white gold posts. (2pcs)

$6,000-9,000

Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

506 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET 1.0ctw oval blue sapphire flanked by approx. 2.7ctw diamonds in a fancy 14K white gold band.

$1,400-2,400

Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS certificate US906747702D

Provenance: New York private collection

511 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH filigree Art Deco inspired design in 18K white gold studded with diamonds and oval deep blue sapphire. W1 3/4”

$700-900 Provenance: New York private collection

512 DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING center blue sapphire surrounded by approx. 0.6ctw diamonds in 14K white gold setting, size 5.5.

$500-800 508

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Provenance: New York private collection


514 TURKISH SERAPI CARPET 11’10” x 14’10”

$1,800-2,200 515 PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET 13’7” x 23’7”

$3,000-5,000 517

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

513

516 ANTIQUE PERSIAN FARAHAN CARPET circa 1890 9’10” x 11’10”

$2,200-2,800 517 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET circa 1930 13’4” x 16’7”

$2,500-3,500 514

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 518

518 ANTIQUE PERSIAN MALAYER CARPET circa 1900 8’7” x 12’5”

$2,500-3,500 519 SEMI-ANTIQUE SPANISH CARPET

515

circa 1920 11’7” x 23’3”

$2,000-4,000 519

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

513 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET circa 1910 11’6” x 15’8”

$6,000-9,000 Provenance: Mobile, Alabama private collection

516

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520 ANTIQUE PERSIAN FEREGHAN SAROUK CARPET circa 1890 10’3” x 12’5”

$4,000-5,000 521 INDO TABRIZ CARPET 9’5” x 12’9”

$1,600-2,400 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection 520

522 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET circa 1910 10’7” x 16’9”

521

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

523 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET circa 1930 11’6” x 12’1”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

524 TURKISH SERAPI CARPET

523

circa 1940 9’5” x 12’6”

524

$1,500-2,200 525 PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET 9’5” x 12’9”

$1,400-1,800 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

522

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526

527

526 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

528 CAUCASIAN CARPET

circa 1940 10’1” x 10’2”

531 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN LILIHAN

533 PERSIAN HAMEDAN CARPET

6’6” x 11’1”

CARPET

8’7” x 12’1”

$1,000-1,500

circa 1940 8’10” x 11’9”

$700-1,000

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

527 TURKISH KILIM CARPET circa 1940 9’9” x 10’6”

529 TABRIZ CARPET

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Mobile, Alabama private collection

8’10” x 11’6”

$1,000-1,500 530 HERIZ CARPET

$1,000-2,000

528

9’11” x 13’9”

$1,200-1,800

532 CHINESE PEKING CARPET 8’11” x 11’8”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

532

529

530

531

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534 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE WALL SCONCES

third quarter 19th century, bow pediment and molded backplate with leaf-and-ram’s head decoration ending with bellflowers, supporting five scrolling arms. H40” W21” D9” (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 536

535 FRENCH BRONZE AND

537 PAINTED WROUGHT-METAL SIX-LIGHT

ART GLASS CHANDELIER

CHANDELIER

late 19th century, swag bronze frame with leaf decoration fitted with leaf and flame design, art glass shades. H37” Dia.36”

leaf-and-floral decorated free-form design. H27” Dia.28”

$700-1,000

$500-800

534

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

536 PAIR CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD AND METAL WALL SCONCES

Provenance: New York City private collection

circa 1900, bow-and-tassel pediment, backplate adorned with wheat, rake, hat and geese, supporting three scrolling arms, above torch and quiver pendant. H43” W15” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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538 BRASS AND ETCHED GLASS HALL LANTERN late 19th century, hexagonal paneled form with scrolling supports and toupie feet. H24” Dia.24”

$600-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

538


539 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED SOFA

last quarter 18th century, camelback, scrolling arms, shaped shell-carved skirt, on cabriole legs with acanthus leaf-carved knees on pad feet. BH37 1/2” SH16” W80” D27”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

540 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

539

late 18th/early 19th century, rectangular top with drop leaves, having single frieze drawer, on tapered legs with cups and casters. H28 5/8” W30” D28 1/4” open

$500-800

542 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

543

circa 1835, molded crown over divided glazed panel doors, lower part with pullout drop-front drawer with fitted interiors, above door and bracket feet. H89 1/2” W48” D22”

$1,800-2,500 541 GEORGIAN WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS late 18th century, crossbanded molded edge top over short and long drawers, on bracket feet. H40 3/4” W40 1/2” D20 3/8”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

543 PAIR QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVED AND GILTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS

late 19th century, shaped toprail over padded back and seat, on shell-carved cabriole legs with pad feet. BH40 1/2” SH18” (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

540

541

542

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544

547

549

544 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

545 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID YEW LINEN PRESS

548 INLAID MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND TABLES

first half 19th century, molded edge top over two short and three long graduated drawers and bracket feet. H34 1/2” W40” D20 1/2”

molded crown over molded fan-inlaid pocket doors, lower part with two short over two long drawers and bracket feet. H85” W46” D27 1/2”

similar designs with drop leaves and pierced supports. H27” W27” D7 1/2” (2pcs)

$700-1,100

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

546 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE

circa 1860, egg-and-dart edge above skirt with carved rope design, on cabriole legs with leaf-carved knees on ball-and-claw feet. H31” W58” D33”

$300-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

549 GEORGE III STYLE WALNUT DRESSING TABLE circa 1860, crossbanded top above two short drawers, shaped skirt, cabriole legs with snake feet. H28” W36” D22”

$500-700 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$1,800-2,500 547 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE

first half 19th century, carved molded crown over divided glazed panel door, on bracket feet. H65 1/2” W60 1/2” D17 1/2”

$900-1,500

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550 GEORGIAN STYLE CREWELWORK UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK CHAIR

late 19th century, shaped and outscrolled side panels flanking padded back and loose cushion, on cabriole legs with shell-carved knees and ball-and-claw feet. BH42” SH22”

$400-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

551 YEWWOOD BACHELOR’S CHEST 550

crossbanded top over pullout slide, with drawers and bracket feet. H28 1/2” W24 1/2” D13”

$200-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

553

552 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLANT FRONT DESK circa 1820, hinged top opening to shell-inlaid and fitted interiors, above drawers, on ogee bracket feet. H45 1/2” W46” D22”

$900-1,200

554 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DOUBLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE rectangular top with rounded corners and single leaf, on pedestals with baluster-turned column and four S-curve legs with snakepad feet. H29 3/4” W46 7/8” L117” open

$1,500-2,500 551

Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection

553 WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

dentil-molded crown, over four divided glazed panel doors with bowed glass, lower part with drawers and molded raised panel doors and carved rosette decorations, on molded base. H88” W96 1/2” D18 3/4”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

552

554

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555 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF FOUR circa 1820, yoke crestrail over pierce-carved fan-form splat, leather overupholstered seat, on square legs. BH36 1/2” SH18” (4pcs)

$700-900 556 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BRANDY BOARD

first part 19th century, gallery over breakfront top and configuration of drawers and carved quarter-fan designs, on reeded tapered legs. H35 1/2” W54 1/4” D25”

555

557

$800-1,200 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

557 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1850, crossbanded top over two short and three long drawers, on splayed feet. H36” W36” D18 3/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

558 QUEEN ANNE SYLE CARVED

558 556

MAHOGANY FOOTSTOOL

late 19th century, overupholstered deck on cabriole legs with shell-carved knees. H20” W21 3/4” D17 1/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina collection

559 INLAID YEWWOOD SIDE TABLE molded top over drawers, on cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. H32 1/4” W24 1/4” D18 1/4”

560 REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC CHAIR concave back splat, scrolling armrest, upholstered and hinged seat, transforms to four-step library steps, on saber legs. BH34” SH17”

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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563 ITALIAN DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE 1.45ct emerald step-cut diamond, color G-H, clarity SI1, set in 14K yellow gold reeded crescent, necklace accented by approx. 0.5ctw round diamonds; marked, L17”.

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 564 Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US67047101D.

563

561 BLUE SAPPHIRE

564 PRINCESS-CUT DIAMOND BRACELET

AND DIAMOND RING

15.0ctw diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS1 in 14K white gold straight-line bracelet, L7 1/4”.

8.67ct rich blue cushion-cut sapphire flanked by 1.7ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds in 18K white gold setting, size 6.

565

$15,000-20,000

$15,000-20,000 565 VICTORIAN PEARL, DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET

561

Other Notes: Accompanied by GIA certificate 210519740437.

circa 1890, cluster of Baroque pearls flanked by pave-set diamonds and emeralds in a 14K white gold bangle.

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: New York private collection

562 EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET AND ANOTHER

seventeen pear-shaped emeralds, approx. 17ctw, flanked by diamond-set 14K yellow gold links, L7 1/4”; together with a 14K gold openwork bracelet, L6 3/4”. (2pcs)

566

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

566 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM OPENWORK BRACELET

circa 1920, oval openwork links set with approx. 1.5ctw round-cut diamonds. L7”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: New York private collection

567 TIFFANY & CO DIAMOND ETERNITY BAND 2.5ctw channel-set diamonds, color D-E, clarity VS1 in platinum band, marked, size 6.5.

$6,000-9,000

568

568 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET pave-set diamonds in14K yellow gold bangle.

$600-800 562

567

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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569 RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET

573 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

4.5ctw diamonds on openwork 14K white gold bracelet accented by 1.3ctw rubies.

$3,500-4,500

5.0ctw diamond-set rope-twist decorated tennis bracelet with gold enhancer, L7”. Total 1.3oz Troy all in

Provenance: New York private collection

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

570 EMERALD AND

574 VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

DIAMOND RING

approx. 8.2ct emerald-cut emerald flanked by small diamonds in 14K yellow gold setting, size 5.

569

circa 1900, 1.4ctw round rose-cut diamond mounted in 14K white gold leaf design, flanked by band. L6 1/2”

$1,200-2,200 Provenance: New York private collection

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

570

575 DIAMOND-SET HEART PENDANT ON ITALIAN ROPE-TWIST CHAIN asymmetrically-set round and baguette-set heart pendant suspended on rope-twist chain, 14K yellow gold, overall L10”. Total 0.3oz Troy all in

571 GOLD BANGLE BRACELETS 14K yellow gold hinged designs. Total 1.7oz Troy (4pcs)

$1,200-1,500

$800-1,200 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

576 EMERALD BEADED MULTI-STRAND NECKLACE

572 TANZANITE,

five strands of various hued emeralds on silk cord.

DIAMOND AND

$1,000-2,000

GOLD RING

Provenance: New York private collection

approx. 6.0ct pear-shape tanzanite surrounded by small diamonds, mounted in 14K yellow gold setting, size 6.5.

571

574

572

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

573

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575


578

577

579

580

577 CARTIER STAINLESS AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH

580 DAVID YURMAN AUTOMATIC STAINLESS STEEL

oblong dial with black Roman numerals on silvered dial, with leather band; marked on case and numbered: Cartier, Automatic Water Resistant stainless steel, 156952CE, 2612; in original red leather box, paper slipcase, and documents.

WRISTWATCH

white face, silver baton numerals, date box, black leather wristband, 21-jewel Swiss movement, marked: #T301-LST and A-11605, with original case and documents.

$1,000-2,000

$400-600

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

578 BAUME & MERCIER CAPELAND STAINLESS

581 LADY ’S DIAMOND-SET GOLD WRISTWATCH

CHRONOGRAPH

circa 1960, 14K white gold case adorned with fourteen round diamonds. L6 1/4”

automatic movement, date, chronograph, secondary dials on black face with luminescent hands and hour markers; with stainless deployment wristband, signed; in original case.

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 581

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

582 VINTAGE MUST DE CARTIER GOLD-CASED BALLPOINT PEN

579 PASHA DE CARTIER STAINLESS AUTOMATIC SELF-WINDING WRISTWATCH black dial with luminescent hands and hours; marked on case and numbered: 471269CD, 2324 Water Resistant 100m/335ft; in original red leather box, paper slipcase, and documents.

$1,000-2,000

$300-400

reeded case interspaced with tri-colored interlocking bands and interlocking Cs monogram, serial no. C14932. L5 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 582

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585 U.S. 1851 LIBERTY GOLD COIN 0.05oz Troy

$100-200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

586 PAIR ROMAN COIN AND GOLD CUFFLINKS, AND OTHER COIN-RELATED ITEMS 583

silver coins set in 14K yellow gold mounts; together with 1923 silver dollar mounted as pendant and German 1780 coin mounted as money clip. Total 2.6oz Troy all in (4pcs)

$400-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

586

585

583 US GOLD LIBERTY $5 COINS INSET-MOUNTED AS EARRINGS

dated 1986 and 1987, mounted in 14K yellow gold and adorned with diamonds. Total 0.4oz Troy all in (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

584 GOLD COIN PENDANT ON CHAIN US 1880 five dollar gold coin mounted as pendant, suspended on a 14K yellow gold Italian chain, overall L15”. Total 1.6oz Troy all in

584

587 PAIR ENGLISH PORCELAIN FIGURES OF MILTON AND SHAKESPEARE, PROBABLY DERBY late 18th/early 19th century, standing figures leaning on books on pedestals, white with gilt, pink, red and brown coloration. H10” (2pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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588 ASHWORTH IRONSTONE PARTIAL

592 CHEESE KEEPER AND FLOW BLUE PLATES

SERVICE

blue-and-white cheese keeper with floral pattern, H8 1/2”, Dia.11 1/4”; 5 flow blue plates, Dia.7 3/8”. (6pcs)

19th century, Imari pattern, comprising: 11 plates, Dia.9 3/8” 11 plates, Dia.10 1/4” 3 bowls, Dia.10 3/8” 3 covered tureens, L12 1/2” 2 tureens without lids, L8”, L13” 1 serving bowl, Dia. 9 3/4” 1 platter, L15 1/4” and Imari cheese dome in similar pattern, H4 3/4”, Dia.6” (33pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

593 ENGLISH PORCELAIN TABLEWARE, MINTON, WEDGWOOD AND COPELAND

588

19th/20th century, comprising: 7 Minton cabinet plates featuring different painted scenes, Dia.9 1/4” 8 Wedgwood Florentine-turquoise dinner plates, Dia.10 3/4” 6 Wedgwood Florentine-turquoise demitasse cup and saucer sets, H2 1/4”, Dia.2 1/8” Wedgwood Florentine-turquoise tea bowl, Dia.4” Wedgwood Florentine-turquoise creamer, H4 1/4” 4 Copeland Spode Buttercup dinner plates, Dia.10 1/2” (33pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

589 WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE OCTAGONAL BOWL

circa 1920, octagonal bowl with gilt dragon motif, marked. H3” Dia.6”

$400-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

590 STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES 19th/ 20th century, comprising: spaniel, H5 1/2”; bird inkwell, H4 3/4”; Hamlet, H8 3/4”; Lady Macbeth, H7 3/4”; Shylock, H7 3/8”; and female figure, H7 1/2”. (6pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

591

591 COLLECTION OF FLOW BLUE AND TRANSFERWARE PIECES, INCLUDING STAFFORDSHIRE 19th century, comprising: multi-color flow blue pitcher, H8” multi-color flow blue creamer, H4” 2 transferware platters with country scenes, L12 3/4”, 14 1/2” 3 plates and bowls with scenes, ANCIENT GREECE, VUE DU CHATEAU ERMENONVILLE, BRITISH VIEWS, Dia.8 1/4”- 10” 4 tea bowls with saucers, Dia.3 5/8” 4 saucers including Staffordshire, Dia.5 3/4” 3 plates and 1 charger, Dia.6 3/4”, 8 3/4”, 14” coffee cann, H2 3/4” (24pcs)

593

$600-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

589

592

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597

597 WEDGWOOD SHELL EDGE DINNER SERVICE comprising: 13 plates, Dia.10 1/4” 13 plates, Dia.8” 13 plates, Dia.6 1/4” 12 bowls, Dia.8 1/8” 14 cups and saucers, 1 lidded coffee pot, H7” 1 creamer, H4” 1 lidded sugar, H4” 1 vegetable bowl, Dia.9 3/4” 2 platters, L9 1/4”, Dia.12 3/4” (85pcs)

594

594 SPODE CHRISTMAS ROSE PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE

comprising: 12 plates, Dia.10 3/4” 12 plates, Dia.8” 12 soups, Dia.9 1/4” 12 cups and saucers, Dia.5 3/4” 12 bread plates, Dia.6 1/4” teapot, H6” platter, W15” D11 3/4” coffeepot, H9” gravy boat with underplate 2 oval serving bowls, W9 1/8” D7 1/8” square tray, Sq.8 1/2” creamer, H3 1/2” sugar, H4 1/8” covered vegetable, H6 3/4” W12” (83pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$500-1,000 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina 596

595 ENGLISH PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE first half 19th century, floral pattern comprising: 5 plates, Dia.9 1/2”; 2 plates, Dia.8 3/4”; 10 soup plates, Dia.10”; 2 covered sauce tureens on stand, H6 1/2”; 4 platters, L16 1/2” and 21 1/4” (25pcs)

$300-500 596 COLLECTION OF WEDGWOOD JASPER AND BASALT Shakespeare plaque, framed size: H13” W12”; green jasperware centerpiece bowl with associated frog, H3 3/4” Dia.8”; pair green jasperware candlesticks, H5”; 2 small jasperware urns, green and blue, H3 1/2”; cobalt jasperware cup, H3 1/4”; black basalt pitcher, H4 1/2”; all marked: WEDGWOOD, MADE IN ENGLAND. (8pcs)

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$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

598 ENGLISH FEATHER-EDGE BOWLS AND PLATES, INCLUDING STAFFORDSHIRE 19th century, comprising: 5 Staffordshire soup bowls, Dia.9”, Dia.10 1/4”; 2 Staffordshire serving bowls, Dia.10 1/4”; 2 pearl-edge serving bowls, possibly Staffordshire, Dia.7 5/8”, 10”; 2 oval basketweave platters, L9 1/4”; basketweave plate, Dia.10 1/4”. (12pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

598


599 ENGLISH FEATHER-EDGE PLATES AND SERVING PIECES, WOOD AND STAFFORDSHIRE 2 Staffordshire plates, Dia.7 1/2”, 9”; Wood bowl, Dia.10 5/8”; 2 matching platters, L16”, L19”; 2 family scene plates, Dia.6 5/8”; 4 assorted bowls, Dia.9 5/8” to 10 3/4”; 2 plates, Dia.3 1/2” to 8”. (13pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

600 ENGLISH FEATHER-EDGE SERVING PIECES, INCLUDING WOOD, STAFFORDSHIRE 19th century, comprising: Wood platter, L13”; Staffordshire platter, L14 1/4”; Staffordshire serving bowl, L10 3/8”; deep platter with floral motif, L13 3/4”; deep platter with fishscale motif, L16”; 2 platters, L16 1/2”, L17 1/2”; 3 serving bowls, L8”, L10 1/2”, Dia.12”. (10pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

602

602 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY BEWICK’S WREN FIGURES signed and marked on underside; with domed glass covers. H10” (2pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection

603 BOEHM BOBWHITE QUAIL

601 ENGLISH FEATHER-EDGE SERVING DISHES AND TABLEWARES, POSSIBLY LEEDS

FIGURE

19 century, comprising: 2 tureens, H6 3/8” L13 1/2”, H5 1/2” L13”; 2 gravy boats, L6”; tureen and underplate, H3” L7”; leaf dish, L4 1/2”; 2 pepper pots, H4 1/2”, 4 3/4”; cup, H3”; covered dish, L10”. (11pcs)

$300-500

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

603

599

marked on underside: # 118. H10” W14” D9 1/2” Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

600

601

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607

605 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

608 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST

first quarter 19th century, oval drop-leaf top with molded edge, conforming skirt with frieze drawer and opposing faux drawer, on tapered legs with cups and casters. H29” D35 3/4” W46 5/8” open

circa 1840, molded crown over configuration of drawers and chamfered corners, lower part with three long drawers on bracket feet. H75 1/2” W42” D21”

$1,400-2,000

$500-800

604

604 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS circa 1830, dentil and blind fret crown over urn-inlaid molded panel door, lower part with configuration of drawers, on bracket feet. H83” W47 1/2” D21”

606 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

19th century, shaped case with integrated top, with two short and three long drawers, on shaped base and feet. H39 5/8” W41 5/8” D20 3/4”

$700-1,100

$1,800-2,500 607 GEORGIAN STYLE UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK CHAIR padded back and loose cushion flanked by shaped sides and outscrolled arms, on cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. BH46 3/4” SH20”

$300-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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609 REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SOFA

614 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY WORK STAND

TABLE

19th century, oval form, with hinged lid over storage well lined with felt, on tapered legs unified by quadripartite undertier. H28 1/4” W19 1/4” D13 1/2”

circa 1830, crossbanded top, skirt fitted with four short drawers, on column supports, on inlaid saber legs with brass ball feet. H27 1/2” W44” D26”

$300-500

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

615 ENGLISH OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS crossbanded molded edge top over drawers flanked by quarter columns, with paneled sides and bracket feet. H31” W36 1/2” D20”

610 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY

$500-700

609

COMMODE

circa 1820, bowfront top over conforming case with tambour door to conceal chamberpot, with lower pullout compartment with well, built to resemble two drawers, on straight legs. H32 1/2” W21 3/4” D20 7/8”

$400-700

612 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

circa 1820, oval top with butterfly flaps over single drawer, on chamfered and tapered legs. H28 1/4” D28 1/8” W33 3/4” open

$500-800 611 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

613 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

late 19th century, two short over two long graduated drawers, on splayed feet. H42 1/2” W42” D22”

late 18th century, yoke crestrail above pierced urn splat on square legs joined by stretchers. BH37” SH18” (2pcs)

$600-900

$300-500

615

610

611

612

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616 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHINOISERIE BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

broken-arch pediment on molded crown, above divided glazed panel doors, on lower part with scenic-painted doors and molded base. H90 1/2” W66” D18 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 617 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY STOOLS

618

late 19th/early 20th century, upholstered slip seat and shaped skirt, on cabriole legs with padded feet. H17 1/2” W20” D15” (2pcs)

$500-700 618 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS/DRESSER late 18th century, rectangular top over configuration of four short and one long drawer flanked by reeded stiles, on molded base with ogee bracket feet. H35 5/8” W59 5/8” D21 1/2”

$800-1,300

616

620 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER

619 PAIR MAHOGANY AND MARBLETOP PEDESTAL TABLES

rouge and yellow mottled round marble top on cabinet of conforming shape with door and molded base. H28” Dia.17” (2pcs)

last half 19th century, three round piecrust edge, revolving shelves joined by turn column, supported on saber legs with snakepad feet. H43” Dia.24”

$300-600

621

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$500-700 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

621 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

mid 19th century, shaped top over conforming case with four long drawers, with shaped skirt and feet. H42 3/4” W40 1/8” D21 1/2”

$700-1,000 617

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620


624 KILIM-UPHOLSTERED BENCH rectangular seat on straight legs unified by box stretchers. H19 1/2” W35 3/4” D19”

$200-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

625 WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY LIBRARY STEPS three steps with molded edges, side with paneled door and drawer, on reeded turned legs. H27” W22” D29 1/2” 625

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

626 SHERATON MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

623

circa 1830, cross-banded top over four long drawers, on splayed feet. H37” W39” D21”

$600-900 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

627 ART DECO COLORLESS DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

626

center 1.0ct round brilliant cut diamond, color D-E. clarity VS2, surrounded by 1.05ctw single and baguette diamonds and small emeralds in platinum setting, size 8.5.

622 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TEA TABLE

622

circa 1800, circular top upon turned and fluted standard, on three S-curve legs with snakepad feet. H27 3/4” Dia.20 1/4”

$10,000-15,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US908844103D.

$500-700 623 GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

molded crown over divided glazed panel doors, on lower part with slant lid opening to reveal fitted interior over drawers, on bracket feet. H84 1/2” W48” D19”

$800-1,200 624

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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628 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET approx. 2.6ctw round diamonds, color G-H, clarity SI, in 14K yellow gold bangle.

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

629 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

630

circa 1920, oval filigree frame set with diamonds. L2 1/4” W1”

628

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: New York private collection

630 GENTLEMAN’S DIAMOND AND GOLD RING approx. 1.1ct round diamond, color H-I, clarity SI, flanked by small diamonds in 18K white gold setting, size 12.

633

$2,000-3,000 629

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

631 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET circa 1920, wide filigree links, set throughout with diamonds. L7” W1 1/4”

634

$9,000-11,000 Provenance: New York private collection

634 DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RINGS

632 ITALIAN GOLD NECKLACE AND BRACELET SET

Art Deco diamond and sapphire ring, marked 14K; and three-diamond ring marked 808, sizes 8 1/4 and 5 1/2. (2pcs)

18K yellow gold, unusual twisted faux-bead design, L18 1/4” and 8”. Total 4.6oz Troy (2pcs)

$4,000-6,000

631

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

633 EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING oval 8x6mm Zambian emerald flanked by diamonds in 14K yellow gold setting, size 4 1/2.

$900-1,300 Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

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638 MID-CENTURY MODERN GOLD NECKLACE unusual geometric design in 18K yellow gold polished links and 14K yellow gold extender, L16 1/2” without extender. Total 1.5oz Troy

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 639

639 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND BRACELET circa 1930, 5.0ctw old European-cut diamond, color G-H, clarity VS2. L7 1/4”

635

$6,000-9,000 640 GEMSTONE AND GOLD SLIDE BRACELET eight 14K yellow gold shaped slides adorned with various stones including: amethyst, moonstone, pearl, and others, marked. L7”, 1.5oz Troy all in

640

$3,000-4,000

635 DIAMOND AND SILVER DEER-FORM BROOCH approx. 2.0ctw rose-cut diamonds and rubies set on gilt-silver buck pierced with arrow. L2 1/4”

$1,200-1,800

636

638

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

641 RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET

Provenance: New York private collection

1.0ctw oval ruby flanked by approx. 2.7ctw diamonds in a fancy 14K white gold band.

636 BYZANTINE-STYLE WOVEN TWO-TONE GOLD

$1,400-2,400 Provenance: New York private collection

NECKLACE

intricate 18K yellow and burnished gold interwoven design, L39 1/2”. Total 1.9oz Troy all in

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

637 ART DECO DIAMOND AND FILIGREE RING circa 1920, 1.6 carat round old European-cut diamond, color J-K, clarity VS1, mounted in 18K white gold setting, size 5 1/4.

$8,000-12,000 641

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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644 SOUTH SEAS PEARL NECKLACE thirty-one 11.8-13.1mm gold colored pearls ending with diamond set 14K white gold clasp. L19 1/2”

$3,500-4,000 Provenance: New York private collection

645 SOUTH SEAS PEARL NECKLACE 12-15mm white pearls ending 14K yellow gold clasp, L18”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Las Vegas, Nevada private collection 642

646 ENDLESS STRAND OF PEARLS WITH DIAMOND CLIP 7mm white pearls, L35 1/2”.

$1,500-2,000 646

642 PAIR DIAMOND AND GOLD DROP EARRINGS chandelier style 14K white gold set with diamonds throughout. L1 1/2” W3/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

647 SOUTH SEAS ENDLESS STRAND OF PEARLS

$700-900

one hundred and nineteen 9-10mm white pearls spaced by enameled gold interlocking Cs and pierced floral motifs, L56”

Provenance: New York private collection

$900-1,200 Provenance: Las Vegas, Nevada private collection

643

643 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH circa 1920, old European-cut diamonds set throughout intricate filigree pin. L2 1/8”

$1,200-2,200 Provenance: New York private collection

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648 GEORGE III SILVER EPERGNE, ABSTAINANDO KING

652 ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN SILVER VINAIGRETTES,

London, dated 1804, oval glass bowl on pierced foliate-and-garland silver stand issuing scrolling arms ending in glass bowls; complete hallmarks. H13” W18” D15”, and 78.0oz Troy

3 Georgian vinaigrettes, L1” to 1 1/4” Edwardian shell-mounted snuff box, Dia.1 3/4” Dutch silver snuff box, H1 1/2” Georgian caddy scoop, L3 1/2” silvered mollusk-form box, W1 1/2” Total 2.0oz Troy weighable (7pcs)

$2,500-4,000

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

SNUFF BOXES AND CADDY SCOOP

$600-900

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

653 GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL, PETER & ANNE BATEMAN

649 RARE IRISH SILVER GRAVYBOAT BY MATTHEW WEST

London, dated 1794, two-part funnel and strainer with banded rims and shaped thumbpiece; complete hallmarks. H4 1/2”, and 2.0oz Troy

Dublin, dated 1790, tri-footed Georgian design with scrolling handles; complete hallmarks. H5” L7”, and 9.0oz Troy

$500-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

648

650 SCOTTISH SILVER VINAIGRETTE, JASON NASMYTH Edinburgh, dated 1836, rectangular hinged case with geometric design and vacant cartouche, opening to vermeil interior with acanthus-reticulated grill, complete hallmarks. W1 3/4”, and 1.2oz Troy

$800-1,200 Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina collection

653

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Purchased from S.J. Shrubsole, New York

651 COLLECTION OF SILVER VINAIGRETTE AND BOXES 649

Birmingham vinaigrette, L1 1/8”; and two sterling and higher patch boxes, L1 1/8” and 1 1/2”. (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

650

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655 GEORGE III SILVER GRAVYBOAT AND SPOON English and Irish, 18th century, comprising: gravyboat by Samuel Mansell, dated 1781, H3 1/4” L5 1/2”; spoon, dated 1774, maker WC, L8 1/4” 2 Irish spoons, Jonathan Pasley, dated 1771, L8 1/2” each marked with complete hallmarks Total 10.0oz Troy

$400-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

656 GEORGIAN AND AUSTRIAN SILVER LADLES 654

654 GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT BY GODBEHERE & WIGAN London, dated 1787, oval reeded body with tapered spout, wood finial and handle; complete hallmarks and maker Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan. H6 1/2”, and 14.0oz Troy all in

$300-500 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

19th century, King’s pattern soup ladle with partial London marks with crowned leopard, L13”; and Austrian 3rd standard gravy ladle, L9”. Total 12.0oz Troy (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

658

658 ENGLISH SILVER CADDY SCOOPS, TEA STRAINER, AND SERVING PIECES

657 GEORGE III SILVER TONGS, SHAKER AND SPOON, HESTER BATEMAN London, 1781-1820, bright-cut decorated tongs, L5 1/2”; baluster-form shaker, H5 1/4”; and engraved spoon, L8 3/4”. Total 5.0oz Troy (3pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

George IV caddy scoop by WC, L4 1/4” Victorian caddy scoop by CA, L3 5/8” George IV caddy scoop by D&F, L3 1/2” Victorian tea strainer by WC, W4 3/4” Victorian gravy ladle by IH, L7” Victorian master butter by Eley, Fearn, Chawner, L7 1/4” Georgian salt spoon by WC, L4” William IV Irish silver condiment spoon by TM, L5” Total 7.0oz Troy (8pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

655

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657


662 VICTORIAN SILVERPLATE COVERED ENTREES AND SERVING TRAY

second half 19th century, pair of Dixon fern pattern entree dishes, H6” L12”; and Henry Wilkinson & Co anthemion-decorated double-handle tray, L30 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection 661

663 ENGLISH SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS AND WINE COOLER

19th century, decorative bands on baluster stem and candlesticks with loaded bases, H10 1/2”; Rococo-decorated wine cooler, H9” W9”. (3pcs)

659

659 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TEA URN BY HAWKSWORTH, EYRE & CO second half 19th century, Georgian design, vasiform decorated with vacant cartouches and laurel garlands on pedestal base, flanked by scrolling handles, fitted with heating iron, underside marked: HE&Co, EP. H21” 662

$300-500 Provenance: Clinton, South Carolina private collection

$300-400 664 ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SILVERED TABLEWARES Sheffield plate butter dish, H3 1/2” lidded oval serving dish, L20” double-handle waiter, L24” Gorham sterling and crystal inkwell, H3” basket-form vase, H15” pair wine coasters, Dia.6 3/4” English ivory handle fish knife, L9” (8pcs)

$500-800 660 VICTORIAN SILVERPLATE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE second half 19th century, Rococo-decorated inverted pear design, comprising: coffeepot, H8 3/4” teapot, H8” creamer, H5 1/2” open sugar, H6” (4pcs) 663

$200-300 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

661 VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICK SET, MAPPIN BROTHERS Sheffield, dated 1899, stop-fluted column design on square weighted base, complete hallmarks. H5”, and 59.0oz all in (4pcs)

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

665 EDWARDIAN SILVER KETTLE ON STAND, JAMES DIXON & SONS Sheffield, dated 1906, Georgian form with cobweb, star and lion’s-paw motifs; complete hallmarks. H12”, and 45.0oz Troy

$600-900 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection 665

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666 CHINESE CINNABAR LACQUERED FLORAL PANELS Qing dynasty, lotus-and-scroll gilt wrought-metal crest decoration over finely carved rectangular panels depicting traditional Chinese flowers, possibly symbolizing the four seasons, intricately carved lattice-and-wave ground contained within lotus-and-foliate carved border. H70” W19 3/4” D2” (4pcs)

$2,000-4,000

667 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD AND MARBLE PEDESTALS

circa 1900, rouge marble inset top over pierce-carved skirt and cabriole legs joined by stretcher. H18 1/2” Dia.16” and H19” Dia.11 1/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund 667

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671

669

668 CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK WALL

670 CHINESE PAINTED STORAGE BOX

HANGING

Qing dynasty, intricately worked pictorial panel depicting mythical characters and dragons in silk and metal threadwork. H135” W72”

early 20th century, rectangular removable lid with chamfered corners over conforming body, painted with floral sprays contained within cartouches. H20” W27” D19”

$800-1,200

$200-300

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Other Notes: Similar example can be found in Brooklyn Museum, Accession number 83.161.1.

671 CHINESE PAINTED STORAGE CHEST

669 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD ARMCHAIR

late 19th century, divided panel top mounted with massive hinges, decorated with scenic figural landscapes contained with cartouches. H23 1/2” W32” D25”

Qing dynasty, pierce-carved crest and backsplats leading to dragon-carved armrests and phoenix supports over round seat and carved cabriole legs on ball-and-claw feet. BH35 1/2” SH 15” W26 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$500-1,000 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

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Rare Cloisonné Champion Vase

672 (front and back views)

672 RARE CHINESE CLOISONNE CHAMPION VASE Qing dynasty (1644-1911), two metal and enamel vases with dragon or possibly taotie motif encased in brass mounts with brass entwined dragons adjoining lids, H9 1/2”

$10,000-20,000 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund Literature: Brinker, Helmut and Albert Luz. CHINESE CLOISONNE: THE PIERRE ULDRY COLLECTION. New York: The Asia Society Galleries, 1989, p.208. Quette, Beatrice, ed. CLOISONNE: CHINESE ENAMELS FROM THE YUAN, MING, AND QING DYNASTIES. New York: Bard Graduate Center, 2011, p. 98-102, 267.

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674 SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLYCHROME GILT-METAL HEAD OF BUDDHA

673

675

673 THAI BRONZE BUDDHA HEAD 19th century, gilt polychrome bronze bust. H8 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

674

677 CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES

probably Thailand, 19th century, blackblue painted tufted hair inset with gold and red orbs over gilt well-rounded face with elongated ears. H14 1/2”

Qing dynasty, comprising: reverse painted, H3” carved jade, H2 1/2” jasper, H2 1/2” blue-and-white porcelain, H2 3/4” (4pcs)

$500-1,000

$500-900

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

675 CHINESE POLYCHROME AND PARCEL-GILT METAL AVALOKITESVARA (GUANYIN)

678 JAPANESE BRONZE AND MIXED

Qing dynasty, long hair contained within lotus headdress on standing figure with red and green-painted flowing robe on lotus-form pedestal. H49”

METAL VASE

Meiji period, applied chrysanthemum and insect designs on ovoid form. H8”

$600-900 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

$500-1,000 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

676 CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Qing dynasty, comprising: fet-su jade, H2 1/2” boulder opal, H3” ruby zoisite, H2 1/2” chloromelanite, H2 1/2” (4pcs)

$700-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 676

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679 CHINESE SILK DRAGON ROBE AND JAPANESE OBI Qing dynasty, maroon background with nine five-clawed dragons chasing flaming pearls, with cranes and bats, H49” W65” Japanese floral and mythical bird pattern silk obi, Meiji period, H77”, W41” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

680

680 MID-EASTERN EMBROIDERED SADDLE AND WOOL TAPESTRY

saddle, possibly Tibetan, H9” L19” Egyptian tapestry, possibly Ramses Wissa Wassef, PIGEON VILLAGE, H68” W39” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

679

683 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE LAMPS AND VASE circa 1900, lamps electrified, base H21 3/4”, together with similarly decorated vase, H18 1/4”. (3pcs)

$500-700 681 AFRICAN TRIBAL MASKS, KNIFE AND EGYPTIAN

Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

FAIENCE BEADS

Dan tribal mask, wood with rattan hair, H10” tribal mask, wood with rattan hair and copper earrings, H8” Kuba warrior’s knife, L14 1/4” Egyptian faience beads, L28” amber and faience beads, L8” (5pcs)

681

$400-700 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

682 CHINESE CARVED AND PAINTED MAHJONG SETS inlaid wood cased set, H6 1/2” W9 1/4” D6 1/2”; another in black case, H4” W9” D6 1/4”. (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

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687

684 CHINESE CLOISONNE FLOOR LAMP

686 COLLECTION OF BRONZE AND METAL SCULPTURES, AFRICAN, SOUTH AMERICAN, ASIAN

BASE

circa 1900, intricate three-section stem. H58”

$600-800 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

685 COLLECTION OF TEXTILES, PROBABLY SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICAN

684

including: 3 belts, L60” W4 3/8”, L124” W5 1/2”, L112” W9 1/2” 2 coca bags, H8” W8”, H6” W5 1/2” 3 back-strap looms: H45” W15”, H23” W11”, H20” W13” textile fragment on paper backing (9pcs)

$500-700

19th/ 20th century, consisting of: 3 African masks, H5” to 12”; 2 South American sculptures depicting natives, H3 1/2” to 4”; South American urn with ladder-form handles, H6”; Asian vase, H6 7/8”; Japanese vase with dragon, H8 1/4”; Indian incense burner with crowned figure, Dia.3 1/2”; miniature Indian shrine with painted figure, possibly Vishnu, H3”; 2 Indian figures, including Lakshmi and another, H3”. (12pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

688 (one of three)

687 ASIAN CARVED IVORY OBJECTS 19th century, comprising: 7 figural okimono and netsuke, H1 1/2” to H3”; semi-precious cabochon-set metal-mounted carved bone snuff bottle, H4 1/2”; ivory seal, L3 1/2”; two ivory parasol handles, L5 5/8” and L5 7/8”; pivoting ivory handle, L10 1/8”; pair ivory tusks, approx. L7”. (14pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Spartanburg, South Carolina private collection.

688 MID-EASTERN MANUSCRIPT LEAVES late 19th century, depicting figures in landscapes, and framed by heavy banding with gilt scrollwork; sight: H11 3/4” W8” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina collection 685

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689 PAIR CHINESE LOTUS-FORM PORCELAIN WATER

692 PAIR JAPANESE SATSUMA VASES

DROPPERS

circa 1875-1908, blossom-shaped well with drain leading to stem-form dropper with written colophon. H3 1/4” W4 3/4” L6 1/4” (2pcs)

Meiji period, cylinder vase decorated with exotic birds, converted to lamps and electrified. overall H30” (2pcs)

$600-900

$500-800

Provenance: Estate of Henry Bertram Moog, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

690 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE

693 PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN

693 (one of pair)

691 (part of)

PORCELAIN BEAKER VASE

DISHES

late 18th century, extensive figural scenic landscape banding on shaped vase, electrified. vase H14”

Qianlong period, shaped rim centering circular well, finely-enameled with central and rim medallions enclosing peony sprays. Dia.9” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Henry Bertram Moog, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia

691 COLLECTION OF CHINESE EXPORT CANTON PORCELAIN PLATES AND PLATTERS

19th century, similarly decorated with harbor scenes, comprising: pair reticulated plates, Dia.8” set of 5 soup plates, Dia.8 1/4” 2 soup plates, Dia.9 1/4” 2 plates, Dia.8 1/2” oval reticulated platter, L11” platter, Dia.14 1/4” (13pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

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692


695 NEAR PAIR CHINESE EXPORT CANTON PORCELAIN WARMING DISHES

19th century, octagonal form centering harbor scenes over deep well flanked by handles. W10 1/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

696

698 PAIR JAPANESE BLUE-AND-WHITE VASES

696 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN

CONVERTED TO LAMPS

on wood bases, with shades, electrified. overall H25 1/2” (2pcs)

PLATE AND COFFEEPOT

694

694 CHINESE EXPORT BLUE-AND-WHITE

late 18th/early 19th century, Imari pattern plate, Dia.8 3/4” together with famille rose lighthouse coffeepot, H8 1/2”. (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$200-300

PORCELAIN APOTHECARY BOTTLE

18th/19th century, metal twist cap and mount over landscape-decorated teardrop-form vessel. H10 1/4”

697

697 CHINESE EXPORT ROSE

$300-500 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

MEDALLION PORCELAIN JARDINIERE

alternating panels of figures and birds on floral ground. H16” Dia.18 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: From a South Carolina private collection.

695

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699 FRENCH SILVERPLATE PLATEAU, VOISENET 19th century, oval form in three parts with pierced balustrade gallery, shaped end sections, on toupie feet; signed H. Voisenet, Paris. H2 3/4” W17 1/8” L47”

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

700 FRENCH SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, EUGENE MICHAUT circa 1882-96, classical design with fruit finial, acanthus bands, musical trophies and CMB initialengraved roundels; marked with first guarantee and maker’s mark EM; comprising: coffeepot, H11” teapot, H9” covered sugar, H7” creamer, H6 1/2” Total 95.0oz Troy (4pcs)

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

700

701 CHRISTOFLE SILVERPLATE FLATWARE, TABLE

702 GEORG JENSEN STERLING SERVING PIECES

ARTICLES AND CANDELABRA

Blossom pattern condiment fork, L5 1/2”; Cactus pattern hollow handle server, L6 1/2”; Acanthus style pattern hollow handle serving spoon, L6 1/4”; Total 2.3oz Troy all in (3pcs)

flatware comprising: 6 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4”; 7 hollow handle knives, L7”; 6 forks, L9 1/4”; 6 forks, L7”; 6 spoons, L8 1/2”; 6 spoons, L7”; 6 spoons, L6 1/4”; 6 spoons, L5”; together with 2 Christofle cordials, H2 3/4”; 2 plates, Dia.5 1/2” and a pair of candelabra, H11 1/2”. (55pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

$500-1,000 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

701

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703

704 RARE PALMETTO ARMORY CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION PISTOL, WM. GLAZE & CO US military model 1842, barrel marked with PV and palmetto at the breech, tang on barrel marked: 1853, WM GLAZE & CO on left flat, lockplate marked with spiral tree surrounded by: PALMETTO ARMORY S*C, in front of hammer, COLUMBIA SC 1852, marked on tail. barrel L8 1/2” overall L14 1/4”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

703 KRAFT, GOLDSCHMIDT & KRAFT CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD

Literature: Meyer, Jack A. WILLIAM GLAZE AND THE PALMETTO ARMORY. Columbia, SC: South Carolina State Museum, 1994, pp.33-39.

Columbia, South Carolina, circa 1861, CS cast oak and laurel leaf piercework-decorated hilt, and leaf and vine-decorated blade marked: Columbia, SC and verso KG&K. L38”

$15,000-20,000 Provenance: Upstate, South Carolina private collection

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705 SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 69CAL SMOOTH BORE US PERCUSSION MUSKET

full walnut stock stamped: 17 and butt plate, 18 & 23 at wrist, 3 bands, steel ramrod and triangle bayonet, proof mark VP, American eagle motif and US forward of hammer, stamped: SPRINGFIELD 1845 behind hammer, butt plate marked: US. barrel L42”

705

$1,000-1,800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

706 SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 US PERCUSSION 69CAL SMOOTH BORE MUSKET

full walnut stock, marked 12 with 3 bands, proof mark VP, steel ramrod and bayonette, marked with American eagle motif and US forward of hammer, marked: SPRINGFIELD 1844 behind hammer, butt plate stamped US . barrel L42”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

707 US CIVIL WAR SWORDS circa 1860, 2 officers’ sabers with pierced D-shaped guard, brass Phrygian cap, leather and wood grip; one with brass wire, blade L32”; N Co. sword with brass guard, and leather scabbard, blade L32”. (3pcs)

706

708 MANSFIELD & LAMB, AND AMES MOLD 1860 US CAVALRY SABER

triple brass bar handguard, brass helmet cap, one wire-bound leather grip with steel scabbard. blade L44 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

709 SAVAGE PERCUSSION REVOLVER 36CAL NAVY MODEL 1861

707

six shot cylinder 7 1/8” octagonal barrel, hinged type lever, flat-sided frames, fitted with figure-8 trigger, marked: Savage R.F.A. Co., H/S North Patented, June 17, 1856/ Jan 18, 1859, May 15 1860.

$400-600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

708

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

710

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714

713

710 ENGLISH ARTILLERY MUSKETOON FOWLING PIECE

712 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD CUSHION MIRROR

mid 19th century, approx. 16-bore, engraved sideplate, trigger guard, butt plate and ramrod finial; with steel ramrod. L44 1/2”

third quarter 19th century, urn, putti and garland pediment over molded frame with etched mirror panels centering looking glass. H68” W39”

$200-300

$1,500-3,000

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

713 CLASSICAL STYLE GILTWOOD AND BLACK LACQUER

711 FEDERAL GILTWOOD BULL’S-EYE MIRROR

MIRROR

early 19th century, eagle on rocky mount with scrolled cresting surmounting circular frame with spherules and black fillet, with convex plate and foliate pendant. H37” W24 1/4”

rectangular form with acanthus crown over pediment centering urn issuing scrolling foliage, bow and quiver of arrows, with lozenge-and-beaded frame enclosing beveled mirror. H54” W37 3/4”

$800-1,500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

714 ENGLISH CARVED GILTWOOD OVAL MIRROR mid to late 19th century, torch-and-quill pediment with shield decoration over molded frame centering beveled looking glass. H61” W40”

$1,500-2,500 709

712

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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715 SOUTHERN INLAID MAHOGANY DESK AND BOOKCASE, NORFOLK VIRGINIA circa 1790, swan’s-neck pediment with circular inlays above doors with inlaid oval stringing and quarter fans, with adjustable shelves, lower part has hinged lid with swag bellflower-inlays,at the terminal end of the swags are inlaid circle and ovals containing carved quatrefoils filled with pitch, opening to fitted interiors of small drawers and pigeonholes, leather writing surface, above four graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet. H92 1/2” W46” D22 1/2”

$7,000-10,000 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Attribution to Norfolk is based primarily upon the design of the bellflower inlay with sequence of dots and dashes at the terminal end of the swags are inlaid circle and ovals containing carved quatrefoils filled with pitch, typical of a large group of objects commonly referred to as “The Quatrefoil Inlay Group” associated with Norfolk and the surrounding areas.

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716

716 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF

717 SOUTHERN CHERRY PEMBROKE TABLE

718 SOUTHERN MIXED WOOD CELLARETTE

DRAWERS WITH SECRETARY DRAWER

circa 1790, rectangular top with hinged leaves over drawer, on molded-edge legs. H27 3/4” W19 1/4” D29”

mid 19th century, hinged lid above case with divided interior, on stand with tapered legs. H39” W17 3/4” D17 3/8”

$500-700

$800-1,200

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

early to mid 19th century, rectangular integrated top over central fitted secretary drawer flanked by deep drawer and pair of short drawers, over three long drawers on bracket feet. H42 7/8” W47 5/8” D20 3/4”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

719 AMERICAN CLASSICAL INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND circa 1830, rectangular top over case with deep frieze and three drawers intersperced with Gothic-arch bird’s-eye maple inlays, having four stepped-back flat-panel doors with beaded pilasters flanked by freestanding columns, on double-bun feet with casters. H44 1/4” W68 1/8” D22 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Purchased in Alexandria, Virginia from antique dealer Brian Thompson.

717

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720 SOUTHERN WALNUT CORNER CABINET, EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA early 19th century, molded crown with canted corners over conforming case with pair of astragal-glazed doors, on molded base with bracket feet. H91 1/2” W28” D53”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Descended from the John Wheeler family of Edenton, North Carolina, left by Marie Reed Wheeler to her sister, Elizabeth Reed Koumas of Camden, South Carolina and from Elizabeth to her nephew Albert Reed.

721 SOUTHERN WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE, POSSIBLY GEORGIA circa 1790, hinged drop-leaf top, on tapered legs. H29” W38 1/4” D37”

$500-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

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723 SOUTHERN HEART PINE STEPBACK CUPBOARD, PROBABLY SOUTH CAROLINA mid 19th century, molded crown, glazed divided panel doors over raised panel doors on splayed feet. H80” W49 3/4” D18 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

724 SHERATON MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE 722

722 AMERICAN SHERATON MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF

circa 1820, molded edge top with drop leaves, single drawer, on turned legs with brass casters. H28 1/4” W22 1/4” D39”

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 724

TABLE

early 19th century, rectangular hinged top over two short drawers, on turned legs. H30 1/4” W46”

$400-700 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

725 AMERICAN CHERRY FARM TABLE

circa 1860, plank top on base with square skirt, on turned and tapered legs, with brass cups and casters. H29 3/8” W37 1/4” D71 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

726 CLASSICAL CARVED

725

ROSEWOOD CHAISE LOUNGE

19th century, molded rail above upholstered back and side leading to cushioned seat upon molded seatrail, on square tapered legs terminating in casters. BH27 1/2” SH16 3/4” W66” D21 1/2”

$300-600 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina collection

723

726

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727 AMERICAN CHERRY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF TWELVE

shaped back and urn-form splat, with saddle seat, spindle legs and stretchers. BH32 1/2” SH17 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina Other Notes: The Enfield House in Cheraw, South Carolina, was built sometime between 1815 and 1820 by General Erasmus Powe after his return from the War of 1812, where he commanded the 9th Brigade of the South Carolina militia. Powe, a prominent citizen of Cheraw, was responsible for recruiting volunteers to fight in the War of 1812. During the Civil War, this house was used as headquarters for the Union general O. O. Howard, while another of Powe’s homes on the same street was used as General Sherman’s personal sleeping quarters. The Enfield house was occupied by Dr. J. J. Wilson for years, which resulted in the nickname of Wilsonia for the surrounding area at the turn of the 20th century. The home sustained damage from both a major fire and the Charleston earthquake of 1886, but remains intact today.

727

728 AMERICAN SHERATON CHERRY DROP-LEAF TABLE circa 1840, rectangular top with butterfly leaves and single frieze drawer, on ring-turned and reeded legs with brass cups and casters. H28 5/8” D39 1/8” W54 1/8” open

$300-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

729

729 AMERICAN CHERRY CORNER CABINET early 19th century, coved crown with canted corners over conforming case with pairs of raised paneled doors, on shaped plinth. H81” W51” D18”

$1,000-1,800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

730 AMERICAN WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE circa 1840, round top with hinged drop leaves on turned legs. H28 1/2” Dia.34 3/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

728

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732

733

731 AMERICAN CHERRY TILT-TOP TABLE early 19th century, square top over baluster-turned standard, on three S-curve legs with snakepad feet. H26 1/4” Sq.18 1/2”

$200-300 731

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

734

731A AMERICAN ROCOCO REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT SLIPPER CHAIR, POSSIBLY BELTER mid 19th century, pierce-carved cartouche back with floral cresting and C-scroll armrests flanking serpentine overupholstered seat, conforming skirt with masque-head ornamentation, on cabriole legs with scroll toes. BH40 1/2” SH16 1/2” W23” D23 1/2”

$500-1,000

732 SOUTHERN STONEWARE PUMPKIN-SEED FLASK, SOUTH CAROLINA 19th century, molded round rim and body decorated with incised tree design. H6 3/8” W5 1/4” D1 3/4”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

733 SOUTHERN STONEWARE MINIATURE JUG

Provenance: Cameron, South Carolina private collection

19th century, molded ring rim, strap handle on ovoid body, marked: X and double slash. H5 1/4”

Other Notes: Family lore has it that the chair was carved by John Jelliff.

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

734 DECORATED REDWARE PLATES 19th century, various stylized yellow slip designs. Dia.9 1/4”, 9 3/4” (3pcs)

$600-800 731A

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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735 REDWARE AND BENNINGTON/ROCKINGHAM TABLEWARES

2 redware pitchers, H5 3/4”, H6 1/2”; redware clabber bowl, H8 1/2”; 3 redware plates, Dia.10”, 11 1/4”; Bennington/Rockingham mixing bowl, H4 3/8”. (7pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

736 COLLECTION OF DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS

735

William & Reppert, Greensboro, PA, stenciled flower-decorated 4-gallon storage jar, H16 1/4”; T.G. Daub, Easton, PA floral-decorated 1-gallon storage jar, H9” Whies Utica tree-decorated jug, H12”; and 2 unmarked storage jars, H11” and 13”; pitcher, H9”; and covered crock, H14 1/2”. (7pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

737 COWDEN & WILCOX DECORATED STONEWARE JUG, AND OTHERS circa 1865, cobalt floral design on ovoid 4-gallon form with single handle and shoulder stamped: Cowden & Wilcox, Harrisburg, PA, 4. together with with two others with cobalt bird motifs, probably New York. H16 1/2”, 14 1/2” and 16 1/2” (3pcs)

$400-700

736

738 HAXSTUN, OTTMAN & CO DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, AND ANOTHER circa 1870, cobalt bird-decorated 2-gallon cylinder form, stamped: Haxstun, Ottman & Co, Fort Edward, NY., H9 1/2” Dia.10”; together with another decorated with cobalt tulip motif, H10 1/4” Dia.14”. (2pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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739

740

741

739 SOUTHERN POTTERY COVERED JARS BY BEN OWEN, SEAGROVE, NORTH CAROLINA conical form vessel, H5”; and double-handle jar, H5”; each stamped. (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection

740 SOUTHERN STONEWARE MERCHANT JUGS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA circa 1900, comprising: I.L. LYONS & CO. DRUGGISTS, H11” ESTATE CHAS. FEAHNEY, H15” single salt-glazed jug, H12” (3pcs)

742

$200-400 741 DECORATED STONEWARE JAR 19th century, wide rim over ovoid form flanked by lug handles, cobalt band of stylized foliage on beige ground. H10”

$150-250

744

743

742 ANTIQUE RUSSIAN CAUCASIAN CARPET

744 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

circa 1880 5’2” x 8’5”

5’5” x 8’9”

$500-1,000

$1,600-2,200 743 PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET 7’11” x 10’1”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

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747

746

745

748

745 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SHIRAZ CARPET

747 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

749 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KILIM CARPET

751 HERIZ CARPET

circa 1920 6’11” x 10’2”

7’ 5” x 10’ 7”

5’10” x 8’10”

5’11” x 9’1”

$400-600

$300-500

$300-500

$900-1,200 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

748 PERSIAN SHIRAZ CARPET 6’4” x 9’4”

746 PERSIAN ABADEH CARPET

$300-600

Provenance: Winston-Salem, North Carolina private collection.

750 SHAWL CARPET

6’6” x 9’5”

circa 1940 4’8” x 7’4”

$400-600

$300-600

749

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751


754 FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED SOFA, NEW YORK OR NEW ENGLAND

circa 1820, straight crestrail above upholstered back and seat, scrolling armrest on twist-turned vase and conforming feet on casters. BH36” SH17” L72” D25 1/2” 754

$800-1,200 Provenance: Jacksonville, Florida private collection

755 LATE CLASSICAL MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE 19th century, circular top over turned support and tripartite base. H33 3/4” Dia.27 3/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina 756

752

752 FEDERAL CHERRY CORNER CABINET circa 1810, heavy molded crown with canted corners, over conforming case with pair of eight-light doors hung with rat-tail hinges and bisected by reeded pilaster surmounted with keystone, with flat-paneled lower doors on molded base with C-curve bracket feet. H82 1/2” W48” D30”

756 CLASSICAL MAHOGANY WINDOW BENCH first half 19th century, straight backrail, molded skirt, on tapered legs and molded feet. BH19 1/2” SH12” W47 1/2” D16 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

753 FEDERAL MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

first quarter 19th century, bow top with canted corners over drawers flanked by reeded columns on turned legs. H41” W40 3/8” D20 3/8”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection 753

755

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757 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

circa 1890, serpentine top with inlaid edge above configuration of doors and drawers, on tapered legs with collared feet and casters. H37 1/2” L66 1/2” D23 1/2”

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: William M. Hardy, Sr. estate, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

758 FEDERAL INLAID

757

MAHOGANY GAME TABLE

circa 1810, D-shaped inlaid top, inlaid skirts, on tapered legs with cuffs. H29 1/2” W36” D16 1/4”

$300-600 Provenance: Property descended in the prominent early Charleston, South Carolina Gourdin and Young families to present owner

759 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR mid-late 18th century, American or English, shell-carved crestrail, urn-shaped splat, molded seatrail, cabriole legs with pad feet joined by turned stretchers. BH34 1/2” SH15 1/2”

$300-400

760 AMERICAN MIXED WOOD STEPBACK CABINET early 19th century, heavy cove-molded crown over pair of six-light doors within case with chamfered corners, on cabinet with two drawers over two flat-paneled doors flanked by engaged half-columns, on bun feet. H83 3/4” W55 1/2” D21 5/8” Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

761 AMERICAN CHERRY PEMBROKE TABLE late 18th/early 19th century, oval top with drop leaves, with single drawer, on chamfered legs with X-stretcher. H27 5/8” D31 3/4” W36 1/2” open

$400-600

Provenance: Property descended in the prominent early Charleston, South Carolina Gourdin and Young families to present owner

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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$1,000-2,000

760


764 PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH CHERRY AND MAPLE STEPBACK CUPBOARD

circa 1840, molded crown, divided glazed panel doors, lower part with three short drawers, panel doors and half-turned columns, with paneled sides, on turned legs. H88 1/2” W50” D21”

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection Purchased from Robert Burkhardt Antiques, Monterey, PA in 1961

765 AMERICAN SHERATON MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF TABLE

762

762 AMERICAN SHERATON CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS, NEW ENGLAND circa 1815, rectangular top over case with four long scratch-beaded drawers, on short ring-turned legs. H41 1/2” W40 1/2” D17 3/4”

first half 19th century, rectangular top with twin flaps and single skirt drawer, on ring-turned legs with ball feet. H30” W41 7/8” L60 1/2” open

$400-600 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina 764

763 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF NINE eight sides and one arm; leaf-carved shaped crestrail, over pierced scrolling backsplat, on square legs joined by stretchers, stiles and legs have rope-twist carved edges. BH39” SH21”(9pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

765

763

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766

770

768 THREE AMERICAN RUSH BOTTOM FAUX-BAMBOO

770 ANTIQUE KAZAK CARPET

ARMCHAIRS

circa 1890 3’8” x 5’8”

19th century BH32 3/4” SH15 1/2”, BH32 7/8” SH17 1/4”, BH35” SH17 3/4” (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$300-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina 767

766 AMERICAN SHERATON CHERRY AND BIRD’S-EYE MAPLE CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1810, rectangular case with four long scratchbeaded drawers, on ring-turned legs. H38” W41 3/8” D21”

$900-1,300 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

767 AMERICAN MIXED WOOD

769 PAIR CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE LIBRARY CHAIRS, BAKER FURNITURE

771 TWO PERSIAN KERMAN CARPETS circa 1930 4’8” x 6’5” and 2’10” x 4’10”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

padded back with serpentine crest issuing padded and down swept arms flanking corresponding seat, on chamfered legs with blind fretwork and Marlborough feet. BH38 1/2” SH18” W28 1/4” D31”

$600-900 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina collection

CABINET

early 19th century, molded crown and beaded cornice over single door with four raised panels, on bracket feet. H59 3/4” W40 7/8” D18 1/2”

$400-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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769


772

773

774

775

772 PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET

774 PERSIAN AFSHAR CARPET

777 AUBUSSON NEEDLEWORK TAPESTRY

779 PERSIAN HAMEDAN CARPETS

4’10” x 6’9”

5’3” x 7’5”

$300-600

late 19th century, Chinoiserie scene, framed and matted. framed: H38 1/2” W22”

3’6” x 5’ and 2’8” x 4’3” (2pcs)

$500-1,000 Provenance: Bristol, Vermont private collection

773 PERSIAN SAROUK AND HAMEDAN CARPETS

4’1” x 6’4” and 3’ x 5’7” (2pcs)

$300-500

775 DHURRIE CARPET

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

4’1” x 6’1”

$200-300 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

circa 1930 3’7” x 6’7”

$400-600 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

778 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

776 PERSIAN BLOUCH CARPET

$300-400 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

780 ANTIQUE PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET circa 1910 4’ x 6’7”

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

2’8” x 4’5”

$300-600

776

777

778

779

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781 AMERICAN RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR

circa 1870, ornate crest with masque over ornate molded crown and pilasters centering arched looking glass, on serpentine marbletop base. overall H117” W43” D13 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

782 AMERICAN WALNUT LOOKING GLASS early 19th century, scalloped frame with shell ornament and bisected mirror. H25 1/4” W12”

$300-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

783 AMERICAN GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR second half 19th century, ogee molded frame centering divided mirror panels. H23 1/2” W58” D2 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

784

784 UNUSUAL SILVER-GILT THREE-PANEL DRESSING MIRROR shell-and-leaf carved pediment over molded wall frame and flanked by hinged side panels. H78” W50 1/2” (open)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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781


786 INTERNATIONAL PANTHEON PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE

785

785 GORHAM KING EDWARD PATTERN STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1936, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L8 3/4” 12 spreaders, L5 3/4” 9 forks, L6 1/4” 10 forks, L7 1/4” 22 teaspoons, L6” 7 oval soup, L6 3/4” 12 round soups, L6 1/4” 10 demitasse, L4 1/4” 6 iced teas, L7 1/2” sugar tong, L4” hollow handle pastry server, L9 7/8” tomato server, L6 1/4” sugar, L5 3/4” gravy ladle, L6 3/4” cream ladle, L5 1/4” jelly slice, L6 1/4” and a Towle Lady Constance pattern, circa 1922, punch ladle, L14” all Gorham silver monogrammed, all within fitted mahogany silver chest Total 101.0oz Troy weighable (108pcs)

circa 1920, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L10”; 12 hollow handle knives, L9 1/4”; 2 hollow handle fruit knives, L7”; 12 forks, L8”; 11 forks, L7 1/4”; 12 forks, L6 1/8”; 12 round soups, L7 1/8”; 11 cream soups, L5 1/2”; 12 iced tea spoons, L7 1/4”; 12 ice cream forks, L5 1/4”; 5 citrus spoons, L5 3/4”; 6 demitasse, L4”; serving spoon, L9 1/4”; 3 tablespoons, L8 1/4”; serving fork, L9”; gravy ladle, L6”; olive spoon, L6 1/4”; lemon fork, L6”; hollow handle pastry server, L10 1/8” Total 122.0oz Troy weighable (128pcs)

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

786

787 REED & BARTON HAMPTON COURT SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

dated 1953-6, comprising: coffeepot, H9” teapot, H7 1/2” creamer, H5” covered sugar, H6” wastebowl, H4” Total 85.0oz Troy (5pcs)

$1,200-1,600 Provenance: Upstate, South Carolina private collection

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

787

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789 GORHAM STRASBOURG PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE circa 1897, comprising: 10 hollow handle knives, L8 3/4” 9 hollow handle spreaders, L6” 9 round soups, L6” 15 teaspoons, L6” 9 forks, L7” 8 forks, L6 1/2” 2-pc salad serving set, L8 1/2” gravy ladle, L6 3/4” lemon fork, L4 1/4” together with set of 6 Gorham Versailles pattern teaspoons, L6” and set of 6 silverplate citrus spoons, L6” Total 65.0oz Troy weighable (76pcs)

790

$900-1,400 788

788 DURGIN CHATHAM PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE

Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

790 AMERICAN SILVER TRAY, PUNCH BOWL AND GRAVYBOAT

circa 1915, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4”; 12 forks, L8”; 12 forks, L6”; 12 round soups, L7”; 6 teaspoons, L6”; 12 citrus spoons, L6”; serving spoon, L9 1/2”; serving fork, L9 3/4”; gravy ladle, L6”; 3 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; cocktail fork, L5 1/2”; hollow handle pastry server, L10” Total 80oz. Troy weighable (74pcs)

New York, first quarter 20th century, marked: W with Lion, Sterling, 2669, and dates. H6 1/2”, and Total 42.0oz Troy all in (14pcs)

$1,000-1,500

$700-1,000

Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Reed & Barton Chippendale pattern round tray, Dia.14” Gorham Revere bowl, H5 1/4” Dia.10 1/4” International gravyboat on associated stand, H4 1/2” Total 70.0oz Troy (4pcs)

$900-1,400 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

791 SET OF WHITING STERLING CHAMPAGNE FLUTES

792 AMERICAN AND ENGLISH SILVER TABLEWARE

791

George III silver teapot, dated 1791, H5”; Lord Robert pattern footed dish, W6 3/4”; International footed dish, Dia.4 1/2”; Webster bread tray, L11 1/4”; 2 bowls, Dia.8” and 9”; Frank Smith footed center bowl, Dia.10 3/8”; Continental silver tray, L9 1/4”; Total 60.0oz Troy all in (8pcs)

$700-1,000 789

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Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

792


794 FISHER SILVER PUNCH BOWL Revere design, marked on underside. H5 1/4” Dia.10”, and 29.0oz Troy

$400-600 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

795 AMERICAN SILVER PICTURE FRAMES engine-turned decorated and engraved PRN picture frame, H13 1/2” W10 1/2”; together with an unmarked oval frame, H5 3/4” W4”. (2pcs)

$300-500

793

Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

793 SILVER SHERBETS, CASTER AND DISH set of 8 sherbets, H4” Mexican sugar caster or muffineer, H7” Gorham reticulated oval dish, L14” Total 55.0oz Troy (10pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

796 AMERICAN SILVER SPOONS AND LADLE 6 Watson Coronado pattern spoons, L9 1/8”; together with unidentified ladle, L14”. Total 15.0oz Troy (7pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

797 COMMEMORATIVE KENTUCKY DERBY JULEPS 20th century, 13 silverplate cups commemorating Kentucky Derby winners 1980-1992, H3 1/2” to H4”; together with tri-footed salver, H1” Dia.8”. (14pcs)

794

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

796

795

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798 COLONIAL AMERICAN SILVER SPOON BY PETRIE OR POUTREAU Charleston or New York, circa 1726 to 1748, plain pattern engraved with initial JK; and verso with single punch AP within rectangle, L5 3/4”; together with Wm. Glaze salt spoon, L3 1/2”. Total 0.5oz Troy (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

799 AMERICAN AND ENGLISH SILVER FLATWARE 5 Whiting Arabesque pattern spoons, L8” 4 George III spoons dated 1817 by Eley & Fearn, L8” Total 16.0oz Troy (9pcs)

798

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina collection

800 AMERICAN SILVER TABLEWARES pair coin silver spoons, L9” Amston sterling bowl, Dia.6 1/4” A.W. Bush coin silver flat server, L9 1/2” Gorham sterling bon bon scoop, L4 1/4” sterling demitasse, L3 3/4” Total 9.0oz Troy (6pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

801 MEXICAN SILVER SERVING FOOTED TRAY

799

scrolling oval form with handles, marked. L27 1/2” W19”, and 85.0oz Troy

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

800

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802 FLEMISH VERDURE TAPESTRY 17th/ 18th century, depicting forest landscape with ducks and castle in background, H104” W105”.

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA: sold to benefit the acquisitions fund. Deaccession number G.1959.190

803 PAIR FRENCH CHINOISERIE-DECORATED WALL PANELS early 20th century, arched top and rectangular frame decorated with scenic figural landscapes. H80” W48 1/2” each (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

804 FLEMISH PICTORIAL TAPESTRY 19th century, extensive landscape with tiger framed by floral-and-fruit border. H77” W98”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Purchased in 1960 from the Heslap estate, Columbia, SC Acquired by Mr. & Mrs. Heslap in the 1920s while touring Europe. 802

803

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806 CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT ARMOIRE

last quarter 19th century, shell-and-scroll cresting on arched and molded pediment over conforming doors with beveled mirrored panels, on shaped base and cabriole legs with acanthus-carved knees. H96” W55” D18”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Cameron, South Carolina private collection

807 CONTINENTAL WALNUT ARMCHAIR mid 19th century, serpentine padded back and slip seat flanked by outscrolled arms, on cabriole legs unified by H-stretcher. BH42” SH19” W25 1/4” D21 7/8”

$300-500

805

805 FLEMISH VERDURE TAPESTRY FRAGMENT

probably 18th century, classical figural foreground with architectural background, H80” W103”.

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA: sold to benefit the acquisitions fund. Deaccession number G1959.191

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

807A

807A CONTINENTAL CARVED OAK BIBLIOTHEQUE

third quarter 19th century, gallery pediment and carved molded crown, lion head decorations, above beveled glazed and carved panel doors, flanked by pilasters with caryatid crowns and paw feet, on molded base with turned feet. H99” W51 1/2” D19”

$1,000-1,800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

808 PAIR FRENCH PAINTED TRUMEAU PANELS

late 19th/early 20th century, painted with romantic scenes depicting putti and figures in landscape within divided gilt frame. H74 1/2” W22” (2pcs)

$500-900 806

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Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

808


810 LOUIS XVI STYLE PAINTED BEECHWOOD CANAPE late 19th century, oval padded back and bench seat on stop-fluted tapered legs, with ribbon molding and acanthus carving. BH38 7/8” SH19” D24” L49”

$300-500 811 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID WORK TABLE

809

circa 1900, serpentine top above door opening to four drawers, on cabriole legs. H30” W11 1/4” D11 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

812 FINE PAIR SEVRES PORCELAIN MONTEITHS 1808-9, gilt designs on green band with scalloped edge, floral-and-ribbon garland designs, marked: M. Imple. de Sevres 8 in red ink on underside. H5 3/4” L13 3/4” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500

813

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

810

809 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE PAINTED BEECHWOOD

Other Notes: Originally part of a large dinner service known as the Service d’Italie, produced by Sevres in 1808-1809 for Prince Borghese.

SIDE CHAIRS

813 MASSIVE MEISSEN PORCELAIN EAGLE 19th century, naturalistic model of great eagle perched on stump issuing from rockwork; underglaze-blue crossed swords mark. H24”

$2,000-3,000

late 19th century, reed-and-ribbon carved frame, with padded back and seat, on stop-fluted tapered legs. BH35 1/2” SH18” (2pcs)

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$200-300

812

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814 MEISSEN AND PARIS PORCELAIN TABLEWARES

late 18th/early 19th century, comprising: Meissen reticulated footed basket, H4 3/4”, W10 1/4” Meissen covered bowl with painted scenes, H4” W4 1/2” 2 lidded sauce tureens with floral motif, H7 1/4” W7 1/4” (4pcs)

814

$500-700 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

815 SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN LIDDED URNS AND DISH

19th century, pair painted with Classical scenes, pink background with pineapple finials and gilt mounts, H11 1/4” W6 1/2”; together with gilt pink dish with grape mounts, H4” W7 3/4” (3pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

816

817 SEVRES STYLE PAINTED PORCELAIN AND ORMOLU CENTERBOWL

early 20th century, oval cartouche with romantic scene signed M. Dumez framed with giltwork on cobalt ground and raised on metal griffon pedestal; marked: Made in France. H12 1/4” W15 1/2”

$300-500 816 CONTINENTAL MINIATURE SCENES 19th century, comprising: oval painted porcelain panel of maiden in giltwood frame, H9” W8”; Limoges enamel panel depicting woman with flowers, signed lower right illegibly, H8” W6 1/4”; and two portrait miniatures of ladies in ivory frames, H5” W4 1/2” and H5 1/2” W4 1/2” (4pcs)

815

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

818 PAIR FRENCH GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE TAZZAS

19th century, H8” W6 1/4”. (2pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

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819 CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN OYSTER PLATES

822 SAMSON ARMORIAL PORCELAIN TEA CADDY AND

late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: set of 6 square, W8 3/4” set of 4 Haviland & Co., Dia.7 3/4” 2 cobalt ground plates, Dia.7 3/4” Gilman Collamore & Co. plate, Dia.8 1/2” German plate, Dia.8 1/4” square plate, W8 3/4” (15pcs)

PLATE

late 19th century, decorated in the Chinese Export taste, with pseudo armorial marks. H6 1/2” and Dia.9” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

823 EUROPEAN PORCELAIN VASES, ELECTRIFIED

$300-500 Provenance: Orangeburg, South Carolina collection

819

19th century, pair ovoid-shaped with dragon handles, overall H12”; together with urn-shaped vase mounted on wood stand, overall H14”. (3pcs)

820 PAIR PARIS PORCELAIN CHINOISERIE VASES, PROBABLY SAMSON

$300-400 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

circa 1900, ornate pierced rim over baluster form. H9 1/4” (2pcs) Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

824 JOSEF LORENZL DESIGN CERAMIC BUTTERFLY GIRL, AFTER GOLDSCHEIDER

821 MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN PORCELAIN

also know as Captured Bird, vase of flowers beside standing girl in vivid blue cape-like dress; marked on underside Austria, 664/10, and various other marks. H18 1/2” W16”

$300-600

822

BREAKFAST SET

$300-500 Provenance: Louisville, Kentucky private collection

late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: 2 egg cups, H3 1/2” coffeepot, H6 1/2” condiment set on stand, H6” tray, L16” (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Marquise de Surian, Columbia, South Carolina 820

823

821

824

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827 GEMSTONE AND GOLD BROOCHES

citrine and gemstone bird brooch, L2 1/2”; pair pearl and gold bee pins; pair emerald, sapphire and diamond bee pins; settings are 14-18K gold; and silver and turquoise spider pin. (6pcs)

828

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 825

825 GOLD CHARM BRACELET ornate 14K yellow gold bracelet with 14 gold and gem charms, L7 1/4” Total 2.5oz Troy all in

$3,500-4,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

828 ANCIENT ROMAN AND MEDIEVAL GOLD JEWELRY garnet ring, pair of earrings, four single earrings; tests as 14 to 22K gold. (7pcs)

$500-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Hilda Knobloch, Savannah, Georgia

829 GOLD BANGLE BRACELETS

826 COLLECTION OF GOLD CHAINS

14K yellow gold hinged rectangular and oval designs. Total 0.9oz Troy (2pcs)

various designs and styles 14K yellow gold, L15” to 24”. Total 3.1oz Troy (7pcs)

$400-600

829

831 AMERICAN POCKET WATCHES AND BROOCHES Waltham pocket watch with chain, Dia.2”; Elgin pocket watch with chain, Dia.1 1/2”; silver pocket watch Dia.2”; mourning brooch with weeping willow, framed H6” W6”; enamel friendship brooch, framed H6” W6”. (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$1,400-1,800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

830 ROCK CRYSTAL AND GOLD MULTI-STRAND NECKLACE eighteen strands of 14K yellow gold chains, one with pierced decorations and one studded with rock crystals, L18” to 23”. Total 1.2oz Troy all in

$700-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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832

832 ITALIAN MID-CENTURY MODERN NECKLACE

14K yellow gold hand-hammered links interspaced with polished oblong beads, L18”. Total1.9oz Troy

838

$1,600-2,600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

837 EDWARDIAN DIAMOND AND GOLD

833 835

835 SAPPHIRE BEAD AND DIAMOND MULTI-STRAND NECKLACE

833 GOLD BRACELET AND JADE ENHANCER

14K yellow gold rope-twist bracelet, L7 1/2”; together with carved jade elephant enhancer with gold-filled accents, H1 1/8”. Total 0.7oz Troy weighable (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

five multi-colored sapphires stands ending with diamond-set 14K white gold clasp. L17” to 21” 837

834 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING center vivid blue sapphire flanked by two small diamonds in 14K white gold setting, size 6.

$500-700 Provenance: New York private collection

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: New York private collection

836 PEARL AND AMETHYST RINGS cluster of pearls ring and amethyst ring, 14K yellow gold settings, sizes 4.5 and 8. (2pcs)

BRACELET

champagne diamond-set design on 14K pink gold bangle bracelet.

$800-1,200 Provenance: New York private collection

838 ITALIAN GOLD WOVEN MESH NECKLACE

14K yellow gold, marked. L17”, and 1.0oz Troy

$500-800 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

$700-1,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

834

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842 COLLECTION OF BRACELETS, FOB AND CLASP 10K gold, sapphire and diamond bracelet, L7” 14K gold and polished jade bracelet, Dia.7 1/4” 10K gold and etched amethyst armorial seal fob, H1” Art Deco diamond and 14K gold clasp, L3/4” (4pcs)

$500-700 843 839

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

843 GOLD NECKLACES AND RINGS 14K gold necklace with eagle pendant, H9 1/2” 10K gold necklace with camel pendant, L17” pearl and 14K gold ring, size 7 jade and 10K gold ring, size 3.5 Chinese coin in 10K gold ring, size 5.5 (5pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection 840

844

839 GOLD AND GEMSTONE BRACELETS AND RING

844 COLLECTION JADE AND HARDSTONE JEWELRY

gold and 14K white gold bracelet, L7 1/4”, sapphire and diamond-set 14K yellow gold bracelet, L6 1/4” and matching ring, size 6.25. (3pcs)

jade necklace with pendant, L10” jade and cloisonne necklace, L14” jade necklace with elephant pendant, L16 1/2” polished jade bead necklace, L29” carved stone and bead necklace, L15” monkey pendant, H2 1/8” (6pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: New York private collection

$500-700

841

840 GOLD BROOCH AND PENDANTS

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

diamond-set calla lily brooch, H2” 6x4mm amethyst pendant, H1 1/8” gem-set ivory elephant-form pendant, H2 1/8” all in 14K yellow gold (3pcs)

845 GOLD EARRINGS AND RING, DUNAY AND ITALIAN

$600-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

841 JADE NECKLACES AND BANGLES

pair Dunay shell earclips, similar pair earclips and Italian ring; 18K yellow gold Total 1.5oz Troy (5pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

polished pale green strand of beads, L32” carved bead and pendant necklace, L17” 3 polished stone bangles (5pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection 842

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846

846 ANTIQUE RUSSIAN KAZAK RUNNER circa 1880 3’4” x 10’7”

847

850 ANTIQUE RUSSIAN KAZAK RUNNER

852 KILIM RUNNER

RUNNER

circa 1900 3’2” x 10’6”

3’11” x 14’3”

$1,500-2,000

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

$400-800

$1,600-2,200 847 TWO SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK RUNNERS circa 1940 2’8” x 9’10” and 2’7” x 10’2”

849

848 ANTIQUE PERSIAN MALAYER circa 1920 5’4” x 10’1”

$1,600-2,400

848

851 TURKISH SERAPI RUNNER

849 HERIZ RUNNER 2’7” x 14’3”

4’ x 9’11”

853 TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER

$400-600

6’ x 18’

$1,400-2,000

$300-600

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

850

851

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854 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HAMEDAN

855

856

RUNNER

RUNNER

3’ x 15’

$400-600

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

855 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER circa 1890 3’ x 14’4”

$1,400-1,800

858

858 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN KERMAN

circa 1950 2’7” x 9’8” Provenance: Mobile, Alabama private collection

857

$500-700

859 PAIR ENGLISH CRYSTAL CANDELABRA 19th century, baluster stem on molded base supporting five lights mounted with crystals. H23” Dia.16” (2pcs)

$700-1,000 856 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER circa 1920 2’3” x 8’1”

$600-900

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection

860

860 PAIR GLASS HURRICANE SHADES 19th century, flared rim, molded base. H21 1/2” Dia.8 1/2” (2pcs)

857 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HAMEDAN RUNNER

$600-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

circa 1960 3’4” x 9’8”

$300-600 Provenance: Mobile, Alabama private collection

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861 GLASS TABLEWARES, INCLUDING BACCARAT, ROSENTHAL, VAL. ST. LAMBERT, TIFFANY 3 Baccarat candlesticks, H3 1/2” to 7 3/4”; 4 Rosenthal nativity candlesticks, H5” to 6”; pair Val. St. Lambert candlesticks, H6 3/4”; Tiffany centerpiece bowl, Dia.14”; wine cooler, Dia.8”; pair blue decanters labeled Rum and Brandy, overall H9 1/4”; 2 decanters, overall H7 1/2” and H11 1/4”; 3 relish trays, W7 1/2” to 8”; 3 colored tumblers, H3 7/8”; 3 condiment jars, H3 1/2” to 4 1/2”; pitcher, H5 1/4”; 3 vases, H4” to 8 1/4”. (29pcs)

865

865 TIFFANY STUDIOS FAVRILE GLASS BOWL AND

861

SHADES

first quarter 20th century, scalloped-edge center bowl, Dia.7 1/4”; together with 2 shades, H5”. (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Sarasota, Florida private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

866 SILVER-OVERLAY BEVERAGE GLASSES AND PAIR COBALT DECANTERS

862 WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMWARE, COLLEEN AND GLENCREE PATTERNS 12 Colleen wine goblets, H6 1/2” to 7”; 6 Colleen champagne glasses, H7 3/8”; 4 Colleen tall sherbets, H5 1/4”; 4 Colleen sherry glasses, H5 1/4”; 4 Glencree (cut) liquor cocktails, H4 1/2”; 4 similar pattern glasses, H3 3/4” (34pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

863

863 ANCIENT ROMAN GLASS VESSELS

set of 4 Mexican silver overlay glasses, H7” pair cobalt decanters with cups, H11” (6pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

1st -3rd century AD, comprising: double-barrel balsamarium, H4 1/4” 2 tear bottles, H1 1/2”, H3” perfume bottle on modern wood base, H6 1/2” bottle, H4 3/4” (5pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

864 COLLECTION OF GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES, INCLUDING BACCARAT comprising: 2 Baccarat bottles, H4 1/2” and H5 1/2”; 8 crystal and sterling silver bottles, overall H3 1/4” to H4 1/2”; pair blue cut-glass marked Czechoslovakia, overall H6 1/4”; 3 two-color bottles, overall H4 1/2” to 5 3/8”; 7 crystal bottles, overall H3 3/4” to H5 1/2”. (22pcs)

866

$300-500 862

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

864

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868 FRENCH BRONZE NEWEL POST LAMP 19th century, partially nude seated woman on lyre pedestal issuing three floral and vine lights ending in frosted floraform shades, signed Pilet, SC. H32” W21” D13”

$500-800 Provenance: New York City private collection 867

869 PAIR CLASSICAL BRASS DOLPHIN-FORM ANDIRONS 867 BOHEMIAN RUBY CUT-TO-CLEAR DESSERT CUPS, SAUCERS AND PLATES

circa 1900, gilt-floral pattern comprising: 10 dessert cups, H4” 8 plates, Dia.6 1/2” 9 plates, Dia.8 3/4” (27pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

869

19th century, sailing ship atop entwined dolphins, on plinth. H17 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

870 CONTINENTAL STYLE TABLE LAMPS French style gilt-bronze and tole shaded lamp, H35”; and another gilt three-light design, H28”. (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

871 GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE FLOOR LAMP 870

leaf-decorated stem on marble base. H60”

$200-300 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

872 BRASS FLOOR LAMPS two with swivel adjustable arms, one with adjustable height. H56” (3pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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874 FRENCH CARVED MARBLE MANTLEPIECE OR CHIMNEYPIECE

late 19th century, serpentine top shelf above finger-molded arched facing joined by shell-and-arch motif leading to pilaster base. approx. H46” W56 1/2” D10” (10pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection 873

875 CHINOISERIE-DECORATED WOOD FLOOR LAMPS gilded design on black lacquer ground. H77” and 73” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

876 PAIR ENGLISH CAST-IRON URNS Classical design on pedestal. H9 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-400

877

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 874

878 MAP: REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE FOR THE YEAR 1867

877 RARE MAP: CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA-READ’S GRAND PANORAMIC VIEW published London, May 29, 1861, CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA- READ’S GRAND PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE FREE & CONFEDERATED SLAVE STATES OFAMERICA [showing all the important cities, forts, harbours, rivers, railways & c. from the Gulf of Mexico to the British North American possessions.- designed and drawn from the most accurate sources, by Captn. Harrison, M.C.I.A. U. S. Navy] hand-colored lithograph, framed. H29 1/2” W31 1/4” 876

green cloth with gilt-lettering, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, with large folding lithographed map with some hand coloring: MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, originally inserted in volume, now framed separately. overall: H33” W60” (2pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

$500-1,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

873 VICTORIAN BRASS AND WIRE FENDER second half 19th century, H13 1/2” W35” D11 3/4”

$200-300 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 878

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879 RARE BOOKS: HISTORIA MUNDI NATURALIS, C. PLINII SECUNDI HISTORIA MUNDI NATURALIS C. PLINII SECUNDI, vols. I & II. 1582 (2pcs)

$500-1,000 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

880 RARE BOOKS: FINELY BOUND COMPLETE WORKS OF O. HENRY AND SHAKESPEARE Henry, O. THE COMPLETE WRITINGS OF O. HENRY in 14 vols, vols. I-XIV. New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1917. Illustrated. Shakespeare. THE NEW GRANT WHITE SHAKESPEARE in 18 vols, vols. I-XVIII. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1912. bound by Whitman Bennett, N.Y and illustrated with color and black and white plates. (32pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

881 BOOKS: NATURAL HISTORY AND HISTORY OF GEORGIA Agassiz, Louis. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, vols. I & II. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1857. Stevens, Rev. William Bacon. A HISTORY OF GEORGIA FROM ITS FIRST DISCOVERY BY EUROPEANS TO THE ADOPTION OF THE PRESENT CONSTITUTION in 2 vols., vols. I &II. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1847. (4pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

880

879

882 BOOKS: NATURAL HISTORY RELATED, RELIGIOUS AND FINELY BOUND

Brewer, T. M. WILSON’S AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY: WITH ADDITIONS INCLUDING THE BIRDS DESCRIBED BY AUDUBON ,BONAPARTE, NUTTAL AND RICHARDSON. New York: H. S. Samuels, 1852. Latrielle, P. A. THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: THE CRUSTACEA, ARACHNIDS AND INSECTA. vol. III. New York: G. & C. & H. Carvill, 1831. Lee, Mrs. R. ANECDOTES OF THE HABITS AND INSTINCTS OF BIRDS, REPTILES AND FISHES, 5th ed. London: Griffith, Farrar, Okeden & Walsh. Walton, Isaac and Charles Cotton. THE COMPLETE ANGLER, in 2 vols. New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1847. DIE BIBEL ODER HEILIGE SHRIFT: DES ALTEN UND NEUEN TESTAMENTS, NACH DER DEUTCHEN UBERSETZUNG DR. MARTIN LUTHER. Hanover, 1834. BERMEHRTES LUNEBURGISCHES KIRCHEN GESANG-BUCH, 1779. SAMLICHTE WERKE VON FRITZ REUTER, 8 vols. in 4 books. Berlin. SAMLICHTE WERKE VON HERMANN ALMERS, 8 vols. in 4 books. (15pcs)

883

$400-600 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

883 BOOKS: THE FESTIVAL PRAYERS IN ENGLISH AND HEBREW De Sola, Rev. D. A. THE FESTIVAL PRAYERS ACCORDING TO THE CUSTOM OF THE GERMAN AND POLISH JEWS. London: P. Vallentine, 1860. including: Vol. I: Passover Service, Vol. II: Weeks, Vol. III: New Year, Vol. IV: Atonment, Vol. V: Atonement, Vol. VI: Tabernacles. (6vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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884 RARE BOOK: LUCAN’S PHARSALIA Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus. LUCAN’S PHARSALIA. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, 1718. Featuring title vignette, engravings and folding map of the Roman Empire.

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

885 SINGLE LEAF FROM A CONTINENTAL BOOK OF HOURS

885

circa 1500, on vellum, written in single column of 15 lines, two versal initals in brushed gold & brown on green & red grounds, framed. H4 1/4” W2 7/8”

889

889 AUTOGRAPH OF GODFREY KNELLER AND STEEL ENGRAVING

paper signed G. Kneller, dated 25 March 1701 steel engraving plate of Godfrey Kneller and John Zackary Kneller, T. Chambars Sc. (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

886 ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAF AND IRANIAN IVORY WATERCOLOR Book of Hours, possibly 15th century, Latin, possibly diocese of Paris, H4 1/2” W5”, framed 10” x 10” H. Ali Sajjadi, (Iranian, 20th century) COURT SCENE watercolor on ivory, ornate inlaid bone frame, old label on verso H2 1/2” W1 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

887 WHITE SOX AND YANKEES SIGNED BASEBALLS

$200-400 886

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

888 ZIEGFELD FOLLIES MEMORABILIA ALBUM, INCLUDING WILL ROGERS AUTOGRAPH

possibly belonged to Helen Gates, Ziegfeld Follies cast member 1923-1925, includes autographs of stars including Will Rogers and Bert Wheeler, along with numerous photographs of the cast in costume, and the Ziegfeld Club reunions. Approx. 25 pgs.

$200-400

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Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

1972 Chicago White Sox ball 1967 New York Yankee ball 1960 New York Yankee ball (3pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 884

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890 AMERICAN PAINTED PIE SAFE first half 19th century, upper shelved section with scalloped frieze and side supports, upon cupboard with three drawers above pair of flat-paneled doors, shaped base and turned feet. H74 1/2” W47 3/8” D18 1/4”

$600-900 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

891 AMERICAN POPLAR BLANKET CHEST 19th century, hinged top with breadboard ends, over dovetailed case with molded base and bracket feet. H21 5/8” W41 1/4” D19 7/8”

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$300-500 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

894 AMERICAN GRAIN-PAINTED AND DECORATED

892 ENGLISH PINE HANGING PLATE RACK

first half 19th century, hinged top with applied molding, over dovetailed storage chest with molded base and bracket feet. H25” W43 3/4” D21 1/4”

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BLANKET CHEST

four tiers, with molded keepers and shaped end supports fitted with three shelves. H51” W52 1/2” D8 1/2”

$500-700

$400-600

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

893 ENGLISH PINE HARVEST TABLE

895 AMERICAN WALNUT PLANTATION DESK

circa 1800, rectangular two-board top above drawer, with square legs on casters. H31 1/4” W73 1/2” D35 1/2”

$700-1,100

19th century, superstructure of pigeonholes and hinged writing slope opening to reveal storage well, with three frieze drawers, on ring-turned legs with ball feet. H35 3/4” W48 1/4” D25”

$400-600

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Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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899 AMERICAN PINE CHAIR TABLE 19th century, pegged plank top pivots over trestle base with through-mortised seat. H29 3/4” W51 1/2” D33 1/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

900 PAIR AMERICAN RUSH-BOTTOM SIDE CHAIRS 18th/19th century, shaped toprail over baluster-shaped splats, turned legs joined by turned stretchers. BH41” SH16” (2pcs)

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896 OAK WRITING DESK

$300-500 Provenance: Property descended in the prominent early Charleston, South Carolina Gourdin and Young families to present owner

late 19th century, shaped gallery, hinged writing surface, over short drawers on tapered legs. H33” W30” D22 1/4”

$200-400 901 H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO. TRUNK & BAG CO.

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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897 AMERICAN PINE AND PAINTED WORK TABLE

early 20th century, featuring 5 interior drawers and multiple hangers on rack inside lid. H45” W23 1/4” D15”

first half 19th century, rectangular plank top with molded edge, over straight skirt and tapered legs. H28 7/8” W40” D22 3/4”

$200-400

$300-500 897

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia; sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

898 ENGLISH PINE DRAPERS BOX first half 19th century, hinged top over conforming case with wrought-iron handles, bearing label: James Harvey, Manufacturers of Discription of Traveller & Drapers Boxes, 11 Cripplegate Building, Wood St, London. H17” W31” D18”

$200-400 Provenance: Hilton Head, South Carolina private collection

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902 AMERICAN PINE HANGING CORNER CABINET 19th century, molded crown with canted corners, over conforming case with shaped shelves. H40 1/4” W29” D17 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

903 ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN CANDLESTICK PAIRS pair brass, H8 1/2” pair crystal, H5 1/2” pair sterling, H10” (6pcs)

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$700-900 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 902

904 COLLECTION OF ENGLISH BRASS PUSH-UP AND

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19th century, various patterns and some pairs. H6 1/4” to 15 1/2” (18pcs)

pair large chambersticks, H7”; and four pairs of push-up sticks, H6 3/4” to 10 1/4”. (10pcs)

$500-800

$200-400

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

905 ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON FOOTMAN, BRASS TEA KETTLE, COPPER AND BRASS URN

19th century, pierce-decorated footman, H13” W13” D12”; tea kettle, H8” Dia.8 1/2”; copper urn with brass spigot, H17” W10 1/2”. (3pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

906 PAIRS OF ENGLISH BRASS PUSH-UP STICKS

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908 COPPER COOKWARE late 19th/early 20th century, 2 pots, 1 with wood handle, Dia.8 1/2” H5 1/4” to Dia.10 1/2” H6” 2 double-handled pans, Dia.10 1/2” to Dia. 15” 5 pans with hangers, Dia.12” to Dia.15 3/4” 3 large pots, Dia.8 1/2” H6” to Dia.11” H10” large double-handled bowl, Dia.16” H7 1/2” (13pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

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circa 1886, comprising: pair Diamond Princess, H11” pair Queen of Diamonds, H11 1/2” pair Diamond Prince, H12” pair King of Diamonds, H12 1/2” pair unmarked similar sticks, H16” (10pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 908

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909 COPPER BAKINGWARE AND KETTLES late 19th/ early 20th century, 2 kettles, H11” strainer, Dia.9 1/4” mixing bowl, Dia.11 1/2” decorative plate, Dia.10 1/4” 3 baking molds, Dia.9” to 10 1/2” 2 egg poachers, 1 marked Wagner, Dia.6” to 7 1/4” (10pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

910 ENGLISH COPPER-BOUND BRASS GRADUATED BUCKETS

late 19th century, H9” to 11 1/2” (3pcs)

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912 AMERICAN PEWTER COFFEEPOT, BRITISH PEWTER CHARGERS AND PLATE

19th century coffeepot marked: R. Gleason, H9 3/4” W10”; plate marked: Cornhill London, Spackman, MADE IN LONDON, engraved England 1819, Dia.9 1/8”; 3 chargers marked: LONDON, one John Carruthers Crane, two with owner’s initials, Dia.13 1/4” to 16 1/2”; charger marked: NEWCASTLE with tudor roses and owner’s initials, Dia.15”; all plates with pseudo-hallmarks. (6pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

911 METAL CANDLEMOLDS AND HOG SCRAPERS

19th century, 19 hog scrapers, H3 3/4” to 8 5/8”; 1 twelve candlemold, H9 1/4”; 3 six candlemolds, H10 1/2”. (23pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

913 COLLECTION OF AMERICAN MINIATURE FURNITURE

19th century, wood spindle bed with mattress, quilt and pillow, H14 1/2” W12”; wood and metal laundry wringer, H15 1/2” W4 3/4”; Murphy bed, H26 1/2” W12 1/2”; painted wood Windsor desk chair, H15 3/4” W11 1/2”; wood blanket chest, H12” W20 1/2”; painted wood dresser with mirror, H18” W14”; wood and metal chest containing wood blocks, H8 3/4” W14”. (7pcs)

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914 COLLECTION OF AMERICAN MINIATURE WAGONS AND CARTS

19th century, milk wagon containing 3 milk jugs, H8 1/2” W7 3/4” L15”; painted wood cart, H25” W13” L23”; wood wagon, H8 3/4” W7 1/4” L30”; wood, metal and leather cart, H13” W12 1/2” L36 1/2”. (4pcs)

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$300-600 Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

915 MINIATURE FEDERAL STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS rectangular form, with canted pilasters and corner blocks flanking four drawers, on bracket feet. H24” W23 3/4” D11 7/8”

$500-700

$200-400

Provenance: Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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Artist Index Abbott, Starr American school

Amorosi, Antonio Anderson, Adrienne Andoe, Joe Apel, Karel Appleman, Dave Arnegger, Alois Audubon, John James Bardin, J. Bean, Bennett Behnken, Marcia Bell, Robert Purves Berend, Charlotte Berns, Ben Berstein, Theresa F. Bindler, Nathan Blair, Cindy Bolotov, Yuri Bolton, Virginia Fouche Bosch, Gerald Boyett, Essie Brandywine school British school

Buell, Alice S. Bukovnik, Gary Bunbury, Henry William Burt, James S. Caliari, Paolo Callicott, Burton Callot, Jacques Caplan, Irwin Carr, Samuel S.

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Connatser, Larry Continental school

Coors, Sophie Corbin, Tarrence Cox, Jack Cruikshank, Isaac Cruiskshank, George d'Arthois, Jacques Dali, Salvador Daly, Thomas A. Diehl, Arthur V. Dingle, Edward v. S. Disney, Linda Dobbs, Ira Doty, Roy Douglas, Walter Dowis, Jack Dranga, Helen Thomas Drown, William Staples DuJardin, Karel Dunlap, William Dutch school Eastman, Michael Eggleston, William Eilshemius, Louis M.

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English school Erni, Hans Erythropel, Julia Faiers, Edward Fraser, West French school Frieseke, Frederick Fuchs, Emil Funasaka, Yoshisuke Gaul, Gilbert Gillis, Crawford Giobbi, Edward Goldberg, Glenn Goldman, Jane Groff, James Gutmann, Bernhard Hall, J. Halswelle, Keeley Hamburger, Edith Hampton, Phillip J. Han, Raymond Haring, Keith Heberer, Charles Hickel, Karl Anton Hoefer, Wade Hogarth, William Huffington, Anita Hulk, William Frederick Hunter, Clementine Hutchisson, William H.F. Hutty, Alfred Italian school Jansen, Leo Japanese school Jason, Mario Kallenberger, Kreg Katz, Alex Keiger, Charles Kelly, J.D. Kendrick, Boyce Kirkland, Grace Lyons Knox, John

297, 298, 330 158, 225 195 93-95, 136-138 5 246, 267 313 261 158 316 29, 30 165 167 224, 352 351 318 300 304 360 4 357 156 319 269 55, 56 309 191 286 40-42 282 10, 11, 13 250 229 230 202 185 157 102, 103 227 127 317 289


Kobayashi, Milt Koekkoek, Barend C. Kohlmeyer, Ida R. Kriger, Emil Kuhn, Jon Landseer, Edwin Laurent, Jean Leader, Benjamin W. Lehr, Adam Lemm, Adele Littleton, Harvey Malagoli, Francesco Mata, Carlos McKenzie, Robert, Tait McVicker, James Meacham, Annabelle Mid-Eastern Mills, Clark Mitchell, Beverly Molenaer, Klaes Moller, Hans Monneret, Jean Moulthrop, Philip Munday, Charles Murphy, Christ. A.D. Murphy, Christ. P.H. Myers, Marcia Naegele, Charles F. Nakian, Reuben Neel, Alice Neiman, LeRoy Neri, Manuel NeVille, E. Denney O'Kain, Dennis Ortelius, Abraham Pacarella Parker, Lucile Pavlicek, John Peale, James Phelps, James Phillippoteaux, Henri F. Picart, Bernard Picasso, Pablo

206 274 91, 92 198 182, 187 293 275 288 320 104-108, 131-135 183 245 192, 193, 199, 200 314 344 209 688 38 352 256 164 272 59, 60 226 24 26 208, 211 37 194 152, 154, 155, 161-163 166 168 204, 205 354 69 264 310 43 150, 212-214 329 353 268 263 158

Piranesi, Giovanni Pollentine, Alfred Porter, Charles E. Potter, Joan Poulsen, M.C. Powell, Steven Rauschenberg, Robert Read, Elmer Joseph Reed, Veda Remington, Frederic Ricci, Sebastiano Rice, Carew Riseling, Robert Rivas, Lisa Rollins + KOS, Tim Rosa, Salvator Roth, Sylvia Rothenberg, Susan Ruisdael, Jacob I. van Russell, Bella Russell, C. L. Sargent, John Singer Saussy, Hattie Sawyier, Paul Sayers, James Scottish school Sether, Gullbrand Shayer, William Shepard, Fred Sheppard, John Silverman, Arthur Skolgund, Sandy Smith (of Chichester), G. Southern school Southey, Trevor St. Clair, Helen Sterne, Maurice Stewart, Euphan C. Stiaccini, Umberto Stieglitz, Alfred Stowe, Michael Strand, Paul Sturm, Dorothy Stuven, Ernst Sutherland, Graham

261 284 2, 3 338 339 184 160 33, 34 58, 150, 150 350 259 16 159 224 219 261 352 216 241 332 210 364 27 28 305 293 334 283 148 301 196 171 291 35, 39 197, 201 353 362 140 280 169 223 170 113 237, 238 158

Swann, Don Tanner, Henry Ossawa Taunay, Adrien Tegg, Thomas Thomas, Howard Titze, A. Tompkins, V. van der Lamen, Christ. van Dyck, Anthony Van Streek, Juriaan Vasarely, Victor Verner, Elizabeth O. Veronese, Paolo Weber, Max Wehnert, Edward H. Weinberg, Steven Werntz, Carl White, Elizabeth Wilkerson, Napoleon Wilson, Julia H. Wilson, Richard Wood, Vernon Young, Michael Zakharov, Feodor

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countries prohibit the importation of property containing these materials altogether and other countries require a permit (e.g., a CITES permit) from their respective regulatory agency. For example, the United States generally prohibits the importation of articles less than 100 years of age that contain material from any species listed as endangered or threatened. It is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain any and all export or import licenses, permits or documentation required by any local authority for export from the United States or import into any other country for any object requiring same. The denial or delay in obtaining any license or permit from any agency shall not justify the cancellation or rescission of any sale or any delay in making payment for the total purchase price of any lot in accordance with these Conditions of Sale. FIREARMS: All post-1898 firearms must be registered in compliance with Federal and South Carolina State Laws. Buyers of post-1898 firearms must complete State and Federal registration forms at Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., unless otherwise specified; processing of such forms may require a waiting period. Dealers and out-of-state buyers must have in their possession, on the day of sale, signed copies of their FFL (Federal Firearms License) in order to accept same-day delivery of modern weapons. Buyers who act as agents for FFL dealers must have a letter as well as an original signed copy of the dealer’s FFL, and must present it to Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., no less than 24 hours prior to auction date. Such lots may be denoted with special symbols and or verbiage in printed and digital catalogues. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. makes no warranties or representations whatsoever and no employee or consultant of Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. has the authority to do otherwise, concerning the operation or firing condition, fitness of use, safety to store, or reliability of any firearms, ammunition, or parts. Use of any firearms purchased at Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. is entirely at the user’s risk. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. offers for sale the lots as COLLECTOR items only. We strongly recommend that all weapons, ammunition, etc. purchased at auction be examined by a competent gunsmith. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. expressly disclaims any liability whatsoever for accidents, injury and damage resulting to any person from the storage or subsequent use of any such lots. While Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., their employees and representatives, make every effort to accurately describe all lots offered for sale, it is incumbent upon the bidder to satisfy themselves in all areas of authenticity, originality, condition and imperfections. Bidders should also acknowledge that condition reports are often subjective and any item offered at auction may be subject to normal wear consistent with age that may not be specified in a condition report. If a bidder is uncertain about any of these issues, we would recommend that they not bid on lots in question. We would further urge that all potential bidders become familiar with “Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations” printed in each catalog or available upon request. These Conditions of Sale and the purchaser's and our respective rights and obligations hereunder are governed by the laws of the State of South Carolina. By bidding at an auction, each purchaser and bidder agrees to be bound by these Conditions of Sale. Any dispute, controversy, or claim arising out of or relating to this agreement, or the breach, termination, or validity thereof, brought by or against Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., (but not including claims brought against the consignor by the purchaser of lots consigned hereunder) shall be resolved by the Columbia, South Carolina legal system. In addition to the other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of 2% per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, in addition to other remedies available to us and the consignor(s) by law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total

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purchase price, with the purchaser to be responsible for all costs of collection (including attorneys' fees and disbursements), we, at our option, may either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or (b) resell the property at public auction without reserve, and the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, costs including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder, and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser's obligations to us, any property in our possession, owned by such purchaser. We shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the South Carolina Uniform Commercial Code with respect to such property, and we may apply against such obligations all monies held or received by us for the account of, or due from us to, such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier's checks, we have con firmed their authenticity. All property must be removed from our premises by the purchaser at their expense no later than 5 business days following its sale and, if it is not removed, Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., reserves the right to charge a minimum storage fee of $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser's expense. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than 5 days following the sale. If property is uncollected within 60-days of auction purchase date, buyer authorizes Charlton Hall to re-sell ALL purchases. Storage fees, handling charges, and seller’s commission rate of 20% will be deducted from the proceeds. Your bid is a legally binding contract. If you are the successful bidder, you have entered into a contract to purchase the property bid on from the seller. You should contact Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. to resolve any questions prior to placing any bids. The use of a live internet bidding service will subject your bid to an additional buyer’s premium. Please be aware of this and be sure to read all the terms published by the service providing online bidding. The Conditions of Sale as written in this printed catalog will take precedence over any other conditions, whether printed or posted on internet websites. Conditions of Sale may be amended by posted notices in the salesroom or by announcement from the auctioneer. Bid increments: Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and generally advances in the following increments: Bid Range Increment $0-99 $10 $100-499 $25 $500-999 $50 $1,000-2,999 $100 $3,000-4,999 $200 $5,000-9,999 $500 $10,000-19,999 $1,000 $20,000-49,999 $2,000 $50,000-99,999 $5,000 $100,000-199,999 $10,000 $200,000 Auctioneer’s discretion

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Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations ac: Active

manner of: Although this work is in the appropriate manner or style of the artist, it is probably of a later period.

after: This work is a later copy of one of the artist’s works. note: Additional information we are able to provide about any particular item. after the antique: A later facsimile. oz Troy: Unit of measuring precious metals. attributed to: This work is probably by the named artist. Technically, this work is of the period and may be wholly or even partly by this artist.

period: Works will be followed by a date, which means that the object is, in our opinion, the date indicated, and made in the time frame.

b: Date of birth BH: Back height circa: Approximate date of object. circle of: This work is of the correct period, and exhibits the stylistic influence of the named artist.

provenance: History of ownership, or additional information which we have obtained. studio of: This work is of the correct period, and may have been made under the artist’s supervision. school of: This work is of the general style of the artist, and may possibly even be by a student of the artist, even if from a slightly later, but not too distant period.

ct: Carat (single gemstone weight) SH: Seat height ctw: Carats (total gemstone weight) D: Depth

sizes: All sizes, weights and other measurements are approximate; we are not responsible for mis-measurements or typographical errors.

d: Date of death

Sq: Square

dates: All dates are approximate. The absence of a date for any item indicates that the item is either modern or we are uncertain of the age.

style: The inclusion of the word “style” in the heading indicates that, in our opinion, the object was made as an intentional reproduction of an earlier form.

Dia: Diameter

W: Width

DJ: Dust jacket

wk: Worked

fl: Flourished

**: Property approved for de-accession

follower of: This work is executed in the artist’s style, but is not necessarily by one of his students. g: Grams H: Height K: Karat, the fineness of gold. L: Length

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CLASSICAL AMERICAN HOMES PRESERVATION TRUST

Millford’s double parlors with original D. Phyfe & Son furniture. Our collection also includes correspondence from Duncan Phyfe, documenting shipment of 47 boxes of 58 pieces of furniture for Millford in 1841. Photo by Van Jones Martin.

Come Visit Majestic Millford illford Plantation is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in America. It still retains most of its original, documented Duncan Phyfe furniture. Built in 1839-41 for Gov. John Laurence Manning and Susan Frances Hampton, daughter of Gen. Wade Hampton I, Millford is located in the center of South Carolina, one hour from Columbia, SC, and two hours from Charleston, SC and Charlotte, NC.

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Restored and recently given to Classical American Homes Preservation Trust by Richard Hampton Jenrette, Millford is now open year-round for group tours and special events as well as on the first Saturday of each month to the public. To visit Millford and other houses owned and managed by Classical American Homes Preservation Trust, please go to www.classicalamericanhomes.org.

Classical American Homes Preservation Trust 69 East 93rd Street, New York, New York 10128 • Phone (212) 369-4460 • Fax (212) 369-4462 • www.classicalamericanhomes.org

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C H A R LT O N H A L L A U C T I O N E E R S Staff Director y Specialists for this Sale American & European Furniture Ronald D. Long Decorative Arts Kinga Bender Kathryn K. Conley (Consulting Specialist, Silver) Roger W. Powell Fine Arts Kinga Bender Thomas P. Crowther (Consulting Specialist) Hermann L.A. Sommersell Fine Books, Maps & Documents Thomas P. Crowther Kathryn K. Conley (Consulting Specialist) Prof. Ronald E. Bridwell Folk Art & American Pottery Ronald D. Long (Consulting Specialist) Donnie F. Garrett Gems & Jewelry Ronald D. Long Jenn S. Robertson Client Services Erica E. Guillebeau Vicky L. Smith Tel: (803) 733-1700 Fax: (803) 733-1701 info@CharltonHallAuctions.com Support Staff Larry A. Byrd Austin K. Fenske Stephen W. Ivey Anthony Mack

Gallery & Offices Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. 7 Lexington Drive West Columbia, South Carolina 29170 Tel: (803) 779-5678 Fax: (803) 733-1701 Email: info@CharltonHallAuctions.com Website: www.CharltonHallAuctions.com Gallery & Office Hours Monday - Friday 10am to 5pm Corporate Officials Charlton F. Hall, Jr., Director Ronald D. Long, President Consignment Specialists Erica E. Guillebeau Erica@CharltonHallAuctions.com 803-779-5678 Business Development Carroll S. Weston Carroll@CharltonHallAuctions.com (803) 779-5678 Auctioneer & Firm Licenses Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., Firm 1316F Ronald D. Long, SCAL No. 509 Jeffery C.D. Long, SCAL No. 3942 Betsy J. Hackett-Davis, SCAL No. 4229 Digital Imaging Stephen W. Ivey Printing PDI Groupe, Montreal, Canada

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Now Accepting Consignments 2013 & 2014 Auction Schedule Important Collections & Sporting Sale 6 December 2013

Great Estates 6 & 7 June 2014 Consignment Deadline: April 1

Consignment Deadline: October 1

Important Museum & Private Collection September 2014

Estate of Dr. Roger Stoll 7 December 2013 Consignment Deadline: October 1

Consignment Deadline: July 1

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Style + Design 11 January 2013 Consignment Deadline: December 1

Americana 28 & 29 March 2014 Consignment Deadline: January 2

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Home Furnishings July 2014 Consignment Deadline: April 1

Important Museum & Private Collection December 2014 Consignment Deadline: October 1

For more information, please contact consignments specialists Kinga Bender • Thomas Crowther • Kathryn Conley 803-779-5678 or info@charltonhallauctions.com

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