93rd Anniversary Sale | 1 April 2022

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93rd Anniversary Sale Fine & Decorative Arts 1 April 2022

CHARLTON HALL


Property From Museum, Estates & Important Collections

Preview Exhibition Always online, and by prior appointment only

CATALOGUE $30 IN GALLERY SALE NO. 307

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F RIDAY 1 A PRIL 1 VINTAGE PORSCHE 550 SPYDER REPLICA BY BECK built 1990, VIN/Chassis 0039B, odometer: 15,573 original miles, 1,915 cc engine, twin Dell’Orto carburettors, two-passanger, two door, pale blue-silver body paint, tan seats; Nardi steering wheel; Tonneau cover in black Sta-Fast Haartz cloth; deluxe convertible top, black Sta-Fast Haartz cloth; and Porsche badges throughout $12,000-15,000 Provenance: Beck Development, 1990 Unidentfied owner Contemporary Classics International, 1993 Estate of a southern gentleman (1993-2022) Note: This Spyder built by Beck Development in 1990 for the original owner. It was purchased by the present owner from Contemporary Classics International, Inc., on April 30, 1993. We are selling on behalf of his estate. Original, copies, and related documents available to purchaser. Special Notes: By 1995, Chuck Beck had already built about 900 examples of his Beck Spyders, a well-executed replica of the famous Porsche 550 Spyder race car. Still being manufactured today, Beck was so successful with this Spyder that he needed to transfer his production plant from California to Brazil. The relocation gave them better access to new VW engines and parts. The present car is one of the first-ever built in Brazil, indicated by the “B” suffix to the chassis number. Because of its low power to weight ratio, which is better than the original Porsche, a Beck Spyder will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 6 seconds and has a top speed of over 130 mph. The manufacturer claims that a quarter-mile is covered in 13.6 seconds at 92 mph. The Porsche Spyder, originally sold in 1955 with a very steep price tag of $7,000. It shot to unhappy fame when film star James Dean was killed in his Spyder in an accident on September 30, 1955, at 5:45 pm. His German mechanic passenger was severely injured but survived the accident. The actual sequence of the events leading up to the accident has never been satisfactorily established, and the Porsche wreck was subsequently stolen when it was shipped back to Hollywood on a railway wagon and vanished. In 1954, German racing driver Hans Herrmann had a narrow escape during the Mille Miglia Road Race when he high-speed encountered a closed railway barrier. He shouted “duck down” to his navigator Herbert Linge, and they just about managed to squeeze underneath the barrier to finish an excellent first in class and came in 6th place overall. This particular Beck Spyder has benefited from a major overhaul after having been stored for about ten years. The drive train was serviced, and the brakes were rebuilt. The fuel tank was removed and thoroughly cleaned, and all the fuel pipes were replaced. New tires have been fitted all around. This Spyder comes complete with its original Haartz rag top, stored in the nose section in front of the fuel tank.

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2 DIMINUTIVE LAPIDARY BOX COLLECTION

3 HAWK’S EYE BOX

probably Russian, early 20th century blue agate, H1 1/4” L2 1/4” D1 1/2” jadeite jade, H1 1/2” L3 1/4” D1 3/4” charoite, H2” L4 1/4” D2 3/4” rhodonite, H2” L4 1/4” D2 3/4” (4pcs) $700-900

interior lined with quartz, H1 1/4” L6” D4” $400-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

4 RHODOCHROSITE LARGE BOX lined with black velvet, H2 1/4” L10 1/4” W5 3/4” $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

5 CHINESE ‘MOSS IN SNOW’ JADEITE JADE AND SILVER-GILT BOX mottled green on white jade with silver-gilt hinge marked: 800, interior lined with quartz, probably Italian, H1 1/4” L6” W4” $400-600

6 MADAGASCAR SEPTARIAN DRAGON EGG GEODE H11 1/2” W7” $200-300 Provenance: Acquired from Mandy Bellgali Gems Property of a Lady

Provenance: Private collection

7 GRAND TOUR NEOCLASSICAL INTAGLIO PANELS AND MEDALLIONS 138 plaster cameos, and eight reliefs decorated with figural friezes manner of John Henning; presented in well-matched faux-painted frames, overall H17 1/2” W13 3/4”; H15 3/4” W11 3/4”; and H16 1/4” W11 3/4” (8pcs) $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

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8 GRAND TOUR PLASTER INTAGLIO SET 19th century, fourteen carved classical intaglios wrapped in paper and mounted in shadowbox framed; overall H14 3/4” W11 3/4” $200-300 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1966.69)

9 PAIR FRENCH EMPIRE GILT-BRONZE STANDS WITH ROCK CRYSTAL SHELL-FORM BOWLS first quarter 19th century, the base with four winged Sphinxes and stepped dark-brown marble base; supporting to modern carved shell form natural rock crystal bowls; H7 3/4” W12 1/2” D13” (2pcs) $1,500-2,500

10 PAIR FRENCH BRONZE CACHEPOTS, BY LEON KANN (French, 1859-1925) bulbous basin adorned with flowers on openwork; signed: L Kann, Soit-Paris; H7” Dia.8” (2pcs) $500-800 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: L. Benjamin Jones, Atlanta, 1995 (stands) Private collection

11 NICOLE FRERES CYLINDER MUSIC BOX, FOR WM. H. & G. H. DREAPER Geneva, Switzerland, circa 1895, parcel ebonized rosewood case with marquetry inlaid musical trophies, containing 15 1/4” eight-tune cylinder, two-part comb, fan-form tune indicator; label reads; NICOLE FRERES, GENEVE, and WM. H. & G. H. DREAPER, 96 BOLD STREET LIVERPOOL; case H10” L37 1/2” D14 1/2” $700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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12 LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SNOOKER/BILLIARDS SCOREBOARD late 19th century, probably Burroughes & Watts or Orme & Sons; H21 3/4” W34 1/2” D4” $300-500 Provenance: Christie’s-London (23 Feb. 2010, Lot 264) Architectural Accents, Atlanta Private collection

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13 VINTAGE NEW SOUTH WALES RAILWAY BRASS TRAIN RACK, AND UMBRELLA STAND early 20th century, mounted on oak board, together with brass umbrella stand; H10 1/2” W46” D14 1/4”, and H72 1/2” Dia.24” (2pcs) $300-400 Provenance: South Carolina estate


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14 ENGLISH BRASS-INLAID MAHOGANY LAP DESK

15 WALKING AND DAGGER STICKS COLLECTION

16 PAIR ALABASTER CARVED URNS

19th century, in the campagne style with fitted interior; H7 1/4” L19 1/4” W11” $200-400

late 19th/early 20th century, comprising 1 carved malacca and ivory walking/dagger stick 2 gold-plated presentation sticks, one dated 1872 1 gold-plated cane style, dated 1915 2 carved bone or ivory sticks size L35 1/2” to 37 1/2” (6pcs) $400-600

late 19th century, flame finials floral carved urn and pedestal base; H26” W10” D7” (2pcs) $500-800

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

17 ENGLISH CAST STONE SCULPTURE OF BOY 19th century, H50” W14” D20” $300-500 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

18 AMERICAN HORSE AND SULKY COPPER WEATHERVANE late 19th/early 20th century, molded copper horse and rider, H16 1/2” L32” W11” $200-300

19 PAIR ITALIAN CARVED WOOD WALL BRACKETS 19th century, shaped shelf, acanthus, bead and floral carved bracket; H17” W10” D6” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: North Carolina Estate

Provenance: Private collection

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20 PAIR FIGURAL BOOKENDS, AND PAIR FRAMED EMBROIDERIES 18th/19th century, pair Continental giltwood figurals mounted as bookends, H10 1/4” W4 3/4” D4 1/4”; and pair shadowbox framed embroideries, H10 1/2” W11 1/4” (4pcs) $200-400

21 MODERN CAST STONE ORNATE CAPITAL H20” W20” D20” $100-200

22 PAIR CONTINENTAL CAST IRON LION’S MASK FIRE IRONS late 19th/early 20th century, H24” W14” D18” (2pcs) $300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

23 GOLD AND GEMSTONE RINGS

24 VINTAGE OMEGA CONSTELLATION WRISTWATCH

18K gold and triple diamond, size 6.5, and 18K ram’s head design with ruby eyes, size 5.5, and Total 13.4g all in (2pcs) $400-600

mid 20th century, pie pan dial hour batons and second hand; face marked: Omega Automatic Chronometer Officially Certified Constellation Swiss Made. Two-tone metal case 34mm, overall L9 1/4” $500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

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93rd Anniversary 25 EDOUARD LEON CORTES (French, 1882-1969) PORTE SAINT-DENIS, PARIS oil on canvas, framed, signed H21 1/2” W18 1/4” $30,000-40,000 Provenance: Findlay Galleries, Inc, 1964 Private collection Other Notes: Original Findlay Galleries document available to purchaser.

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F RIDAY 1 A PRIL 26 LYONEL FEININGER

27 WILLIAM MELTON HALSEY

(New York, 1871-1956) BOUYS, 1928 pen, ink and watercolor, framed, signed, titled & dated $15,000-30,000

(South Carolina, 1915-1999) AZUL, 1981 incised oil board, framed, signed H60” W48” $15,000-25,000

Provenance: Kraushaar Galleries, New York (No. 1892) Peter H. Deitsch, New York, 1969 Debi L. Irving & Rose Wardlaw collection, 1981 Georgia private collection, 1994 private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Exhibitions: High Museum of Art, in 1981 and 1985 (labels on verso) Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

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F RIDAY 1 A PRIL 28 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (AFTER) (New York, 1785-1851) GREAT AMERICAN COCK MALE-VULGO (Wild Turkey) Meleagris Gallopavo (PLATE 1) hand-colored engraving with etching and aquatint by William Home Lizars on J. Whatman paper with watermark dated 1830, framed, marked in lower margins sheet H38 1/2” W25 3/4” $15,000-25,000 Provenance: Private collection

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29 ANTHONY THIEME (Massachusetts, 1888-1954) LANDING PIER, NASSAU, BAHAMAS oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H30” W36” $8,000-12,000 Provenance: Christie’s-New York (Mar. 10, 1989, Lot 309) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

30 FRANK WESTON BENSON (Massachusetts, 1862-1951) NORTH HAVEN, MAINE, 1922 watercolor, framed, signed & dated H15” W20 1/4” $7,000-10,000 Provenance: Vose Galleries, Boston (stock #29218) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

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31 J. ALDEN WEIR

32 ALDRO THOMPSON HIBBARD

(New York, 1852-1919) ALONG THE RIVER BANK watercolor, framed, signed sight H9 3/4” W13 1/2” $5,000-8,000

(Massachusetts, 1886-1972) WINTER LANDSCAPE VERMONT oil on canvasboard, framed, signed H16” W20” $3,000-5,000

Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York (May 1990, Lot 36A) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection

Provenance: Property of a Lady

Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

33 CARLE JOHN BLENNER (Virginia/New York, 1862-1952) DR. VAN FLEET ROSES oil on canvas, framed, signed H30” W20” $2,500-3,500 Provenance: Mr. Manton Bradley Metcalf, Jr. (1892-1974) Estate of Isabella Goff Metcalf (1899-1993) Patricia Metcalf Lampton (1937-2020) Exhibitions: New Haven Paint and Clay Club, 1945 Salmagundi Club, c.1952 Other Notes: Dr. Walter Van Fleet (1857-1922) was one of the preeminent American horticulturalists of his time. Between 1889-1926, he cultivated over twenty-nine hybridized roses for which he won numerous medals and awards.

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34 JOHN MACKIE FALCONER

35 KATHE KOLLWITZ

36 WILLIAM JAMES GLACKENS

(Scottish-American, 1820-1903) HOUSE IN VIRGINIA, 1853 watercolor, framed, signed & dated H16” W23” $2,000-3,000

(German, 1867-1945) BROT!, c.1924, and NACHDENKENDE FRAU, c.1920 lithograph, framed, signed & inscribed in pencil sight H15 1/2” W11”, and H15 1/2” W10 3/4” (2pcs) $2,000-3,000

(American, 1870-1938) MARDI GRAS watercolor, ink and chalk on color paper, framed, signed sight H12 1/2” W19 1/4” $2,000-4,000

Provenance: Babcock Galleries, New York Private Collection

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent

Exhibitions: National Academy of Design, New York, 1854, No. 243 Union League Club, New York, 1876, No. 23 (per Babcock label on verso)

Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

Provenance: Adams, Davidson Galleries, Inc., 1978 Christie’s, New York (American Art, May 1988, Lot 192) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection Exhibitions: ‘A Selection of Important Works on Paper by American Artist of the 19th and 20th Century’. Washington, DC. Adams Davidson Galleries, Oct. 12-Nov. 7, 1978

detail lot 37 37 ITALIAN SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY ARCHITECTURAL CAPRICCIO LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H42 1/2” W52 1/2” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection WWW.CHARLTONHALLAUCTIONS.COM

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F RIDAY 1 A PRIL 38 ISAAC LANE MUSE (American, 1906-1996) GREEN STILL LIFE, circa 1943 oil on masonite, framed, signed & titled H25 1/2” W29 3/4” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Mortimer Levitt Gallery, New York Peter H. Deitsch, New York Marlborough Gallery, (review by Mr. Moeller) Oglethorpe Antiques, Georgia, 2000 Private collection Other Notes: Copy of the documents available to purchaser.

39 WALTER PARSONS SHAW GRIFFIN (Maine, 1861-1935) PORTOFINO AT DAWN oil on canvas, framed, signed H33 1/2” W36 1/4” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection, 1994 private collection Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

40 ARCADI MAS Y FONDEVILA (Spanish, 1852-1934) YOUNG FISHERMEN oil on panel, framed, signed H11” W15 1/4” $2,000-4,000

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Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (1954.33 or G.2000.21.34)


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41 OSCAR EDMUND BERNINGHAUS

42 EDMUND DARCH LEWIS

(New Mexico, 1874-1952) VIEW FROM BIG ROCK, LITTLE RIVER watercolor, framed, titled sight H5” W8 1/4” $2,000-3,000

(Pennsylvania, 1835-1910) LAKE LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE AND SAILBOATS oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated 1884 H30” W50” $1,500-2,500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

43 DAVID LEVINE

44 DAVID LEVINE

(New York, 1926-2009) CONEY CAVES, 1989 watercolor, framed, signature not visible sight H9 1/2” W22 1/2” $1,500-2,500

(New York, 1926-2009) HEROES OF CONEY, 1989 watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H14 1/4” W15 1/4” $1,500-2,500

Provenance: Forum Gallery, New York (No. 12944G) Galerie Timothy Tew, Atlanta, 1995 Private collection

Provenance: Forum Gallery, New York (No. 12946) Galerie Timothy Tew, Atlanta, 1995 Private collection

Other Notes: Copy of the Galerie Tew document available to purchaser.

Other Notes: Copy of the Galerie Tew document available to purchaser.

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45 JOHANN ZOFFANY (AFTER)

46 LILLIAN MATHILDE GENTH

(German/British, 17331810) BEN JONSON’S THE ALCHEMIST (portraying actors David Garrick, Edmund Burton and John Palmer in the scene Jonson’s comedies) oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H28 1/2” W36 1/2”

(New York, 1876-1953) MOONLIT VIEW OF THE GRAND CANAL, VENICE oil on canvas, framed, signed H36” W26” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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

47 PAUL SAVIGNY

48 EASTMAN JOHNSON

(French, 1933-2001) CAMPANILE DI SAN MARCO, VENICE oil on canvas, framed, signed H25 2/3” W36 1/4” $1,500-2,500

(Massachusetts, 1824-1906) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN oil on board, framed, signed H10 1/4” W8” $1,500-3,000

Provenance: Christie’s-London (Oct. 8, 1998, Lot 37) Oglethorpe Antiques, Georgia, 2000 Private collection

Provenance: David Ramus Fine Art, Atlanta (East93.084) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection

Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

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49 DONG MOY CHU KINGMAN (California/New York, 1911-2000) FLIGHT AT DAWN dedicated in pencil: To your Hon. Mayor Lapham, with best wishes from your friend, Dong Kingman, 1944 sight H12 1/2” W21” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection Notes: The dedication is to Roger Dearborn Lapham (1883-1966) who was Mayor of San Francisco from 1944 to 1948. Known for presided over the United Nations held in April of 1945, as well as appointing the first Asian and African Americans to public offices. Dong Kingman well-recognized artist and best known for his “California-Style” watercolors. His works can be found in some of the most prominent museum collections including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Des Moines Art Center, Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Brooklyn Museum and Hirshhorn Museum.

50 CHARLES CHAPLIN

51 AIDEN LASSELL RIPLEY

52 HOMER DODGE MARTIN

(French, 1825-1891) NUDE GAZING AT YARN oil on canvas, framed, signed H25” W20 3/4” $1,000-2,000

(Massachusetts/New York, 1896-1969) BLACK GARDENERS, 1925 watercolor, framed, signed & dated sheet H12” W18” $1,000-2,000

(New York, 1836-1897) THE MOON AT SUNSET oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H16 3/4” W30” $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1980.5)

Provenance: Private collection

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53 EVERETT SHINN

54 NICOLAAS SYVERT BASTERT

(New York, 1876-1953) GYPSY DANCERS en grisaille ink and wash on board, framed, signed & date appears to be 1947 sight H15 1/4” W9 3/4” $800-1,200

(Dutch, 1854-1939) RIVERSIDE LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE oil on canvas, framed, signed H25” W39” $800-1,200 Provenance: Descended in the Metcalf family

Provenance: Christie’s, New York (Oct. 5, 1983) Georgia private collection, 1995 Private collection Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

55 DUTCH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

56 GIOVANNI DOMENICO CAMPIGLIA

GATHERING MUSSELS oil on canvas, framed, signed illegibly H25 1/2” W36 1/4” $800-1,200

(Italy, 1692-1768) ten works: ANTIQUITIES (after the original drawing from Museum Florentinum, published 1731-66) hand colored engravings, framed, engraved by various notable artist including Franceschini, Jacobonus, and Gregori sight H12 1/2” W8 3/4” (10pcs) $600-1,200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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(Italian, 1850-1915) PSYCHE carved marble, signed: PUGI H32 1/2” $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman Notes: Depicting a standing Greek beauty with butterfly wings opening the Greek pyxis vessel given to her by Aphrodite to capture the beauty of Persephone.

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57 GUGLIEMO PUGI

58 MONUMENTAL FRENCH GILT-BRONZE-MOUNTED MARBLE TALL CASE CLOCK circa 1900, architectural design, domed capital with urn and bronze figures of Father Time; round gilt dial with enameled numerals; a long case with bronze mounts and glazed door; sunburst pendulum, stepped molded base; works stamped BREVET, SGDG; H111” W25 1/2” D15 1/2” $15,000-25,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

59 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE AND PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, F. BERTHOUD Paris, 19th century, urn, garland and putto flanking enameled dial, on stepped base inset with pictorial porcelain plaquettes; dial marked: Fd. Berthoud a Paris; H21” W16” D8” $2,000-3,000

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F RIDAY 1 A PRIL 60 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK, BALLIMAN 19th century, young lady with parasol and hat carving initials in tree, centering enameled circular dial painted Roman numeral hours, signed Balliman/Rue de Bussy No. 22; silk suspension works marked Japy Freres, raised on stepped rectangular base raised on scrolled acanthus feet; H17” W13” D4 1/2” $500-1,000 Provenance: Property of a Lady

61 FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU-MOUNTED MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE Paris, 19th century, the clock with trophy finial on enameled dial works surmounted on marble architectural colonnade; with pair matching side urns; dial marked: A La Pomme D’Or, and A. Martin, 54 Bd. Sebastopol, Paris; clock H24 1/4” W14” D8 3/4”, and urns H19 1/2” W6 1/2” (3pcs) $500-800

62 FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK retailed by Smets et Fils, Liege Belgium; H12” W6 1/4” D3 3/4” $300-400 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: North Carolina estate

63 FRENCH STYLE GILT-METAL MANTEL CLOCK, ANSONIA circa 1900, ornate rococo base with beveled glass sides, enamel dial, works marked; H18 1/2” W10 1/4” D8 3/4” $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

64 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD SUNBURST CLOCK circa 1940, centering clock, works stamped: JUNGHANS, WURTTEMBERG; Dia.27” $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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65 RARE PAIR RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL BRASS-MOUNTED BIRCH COMMODES late 18th/early 19th century, rectangular top with chamfered corners, the case with two long drawers, shaped skirt and tapered legs; H34 1/2” W53 1/2” D26” (2pcs) $5,000-9,000 Provenance: Private collection

66 FINE LOUIS XVI BRONZE-MOUNTED SECRETAIRE A ABATTANT, DANIEL DE LOOSE Paris, circa 1767-88, rouge and beige mottled marble top with pierced gallery above frieze with scroll mounted drawer, fall-front, opening to fitted interiors; gilt-bronze mount of cartouche centering figural mount, chamfered corners, lower part with doors opening to drawers, on bracket feet; stamped: D. DE LOOSE, JME; H58” W37 1/2” D18” $4,000-8,000 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate Literature: de Bellaigue, Geoffrey. THE JAMES A. DE ROTHSCHILD COLLECTION AT WADDESDON MAOR, Vol.2. p.500 Verlet, Pierre. FRENCH CABINETMAKERS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. p.332

67 RARE PAIR CONTINENTAL PIETRA DURA AND CRYSTAL CANDELABRA first quarter 19th century, probably French, center spear with draping pendalogues leading to S-shaped arms on one and saber shaped arms on the other; supported on inlaid marble column and stepped square base with laurel leaf and coat-of-arms inlays; H53” Dia.28” (2pcs) $5,000-10,000 Provenance: Private collection

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68 REGENCY STYLE BRONZE TWO-LIGHT WALL SCONCE SET

69 LOUIS XVI STYLE PAINT-DECORATED CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

70 IMPRESSIVE LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE FLOOR LAMP

early 20th century, flaming torch backplate with scrolling arms; H23” W12 1/2” D6 1/2” (4pcs) $500-800

mid 19th century, H78 1/4” W50 1/2” $1,000-2,000

openwork bronze shade with fabric lining; supported by stem with quill and arrow, fluted column and quatrefoil plinth, with bronze mounts throughout; H79” Dia.22” $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: purchase L. Benjamin Jones Interiors, Atlanta in 1994 Private collection

71 PAIR CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE AND CRYSTAL SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRA late 19th/early 20th century, manner of Henry Dasson, acanthus design cast base, supporting scrolling arms lighted brackets, three with crystal finials covers; H35” Dia.18” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000

72 PAIR ROCK CRYSTAL AND GILTWOOD LAMPS overall H35” W7 1/4” D7 1/4” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

73 CONTINENTAL BRONZE AND CRYSTAL SIXTEEN-LIGHT CHANDELIER

74 CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE AND ALABASTER TWELVE-LIGHT CHANDELIER

late 19th/early 20th century, foliate adorned center stem, C-scroll arms, mounted with crystal prisms; H45” Dia.31” $1,500-2,500

late 19th/early 20th century, scrolling drape-and-floral designs, issuing scrolling arms; H36” Dia.50” $600-900

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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75 ITALIAN RENAISSANCE STYLE CANED SETTEE late 19th century, the caned frame with carved and shaped crest, scrolling highly decorated side panels, on shaped stretcher, and trumpet feet; partially upholstered backrest and fitted with cushion. BH39 1/2” SH24” L80” D34” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

76 RARE PAIR RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MIRRORED OBELISK-FORM CABINETS early 20th century, orb finial atop, ebonized frame set with mottled silvered glass panels, the front with hinged door; H90” W26 1/2” D26 1/2” (2pcs) $1,500-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

77 VENETIAN ETCHED GLASS MIRROR first part 20th century, shaped leaf-form crown paneled pediment, oval frame, applied glass flowers; H67” W42” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

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78 FINE CONTINENTAL INLAID WALNUT COMMODE

79 SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN AND GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED GUERIDON

circa 1800, probably Austrian or Northern Italian, marquetry inlaid panel top with herringbone crossbanding, the case with three long drawers and tapered legs; H34 1/4” W52 1/2” D22 1/2” $2,000-3,000

second half 19th century, centering large porcelain charger, surrounded by oval porcelain plaquettes depicting portrait miniatures, flowers, and romantic scenes; on bronze pedestal support, marble plinth, bronze paw feet; H21 1/2” Dia.29” $2,000-3,000

Provenance: purchased L. Benjamon Jones Interiors, Atlanta in 1994 Private collection

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

80 PAIR VENETIAN PARCEL-PAINTED CARVED GILTWOOD BLACKAMOORS late 19th century, each standing figure on carved pedestal base, holding cornucopia ending with baskets; H60 1/2” W14” D14” (2pcs) $2,500-4,500 Provenance: purchased L. Benjamin Jones Interiors, Atlanta, in 1994 Private collection

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81 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE UPHOLSTERED CARVED BEECHWOOD WINGBACK CHAIRS

82 FRENCH CHINOISERIE-DECORATED BOW FRONT COMMODE

83 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD TRUMEAU MIRROR

second half 19th century, arched crestrail, carved beaded frame and fluted legs; BH47 1/2” SH18” W27 1/2” D30” (2pcs) $800-1,200

late 18th century, serpentine front three drawer case on pad feet; all over figure decorated on red ground of later date; H38” W52” D25 1/4” $1,500-2,500

19th century, the top with romantic landscape painting within gilded cartouche; H55” W56 1/2” $400-700

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

84 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD SALON SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: canape BH40 1/2” SH17” L79” D27” pair chairs, BH33” SH17” W26” D23” fauteuil, BH33” SH17” W25” D22” (4pcs) $1,000-2,000

85 PAIR FRENCH GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED MARBLE PEDESTALS late 19th century, square top, tapered column on square plinth with brass feet; H48” W13 5/8” D13 5/8” (2pcs) $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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86 NAPOLEON III INLAID KINGWOOD AND MAHOGANY CABINET

87 GERMAN BAROQUE INLAID WALNUT BOW-FRONT DESK

3rd quarter 19th century, molded crown, glazed panel doors, tapered legs, decorated with bronze mounts; H81 1/2” W60” D18 1/2” $800-1,200

first quarter 19th century, scalloped drop front, fitted interior, above long drawers and splayed feet; label on verso: D.T. Warner, American Consulate, Berlin; H41” W35 1/2” D21” $600-900

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent

88 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR late 19th century, carved crestrail, winged side panels and fluted legs; BH42 1/2” SH18” W26 1/4” D25” $400-700 Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

89 FRENCH PROVINCIAL CARVED OAK AND MARBLE TOP SLAB TABLE

90 CONTINENTAL PARCEL-GILT CARVED WALNUT CONSOLE

18th century, serpentine mottled rouge marble top, conform base with ornate skirt and cabriole legs, H28” W50” D25” $800-1,200

mid 19th century, rococo design with stepped top with drawers, serpentine frieze with carved foliage and cupid’s head, shaped legs with shell carved stretcher; H35” W30” D14 1/4” $700-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: North Carolina estate

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91 SHERATON CARVED WALNUT CONSOLE TABLE late 18th century, molded edge top, fluted frieze with drawers, and fluted tapered legs; H36” W55 1/2” D25 1/2” $800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection


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92 PAIR LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

93 SOUTHERN GERMAN MARQUETRY INLAID WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS

19th century, probably French, shaped crestrail, padded armrest, bowed seatrail and cabriole legs; BH41” SH15” W26” D29” (2pcs) $600-900

late 18th century, crossbanded serpentine top over three conforming drawers, molded skirt and bun feet; remnant label on verso: D.T. Warner, American Consulate, Berlin; H30” W45 1/2” D23 1/2” $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

94 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE AND MIXED WOOD CHEST OF DRAWERS

95 NAPOLEON III BOULLE WORK WRITING DESK

circa 1900, pierced bronze gallery, white veined marble top, three drawers, turned legs, and bronze mounts; H33” W31 1/2” D16 1/2” (2pcs) $800-1,200

late 19th century, arched molded pediment, bronze finials, raised panel doors over serpentine shelf and drawer fitted with leather writing slide, on cabriole legs with bronze mounts and sabots; H58 1/2” W32” D21” $800-1,200

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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96 PAIR LOUIS XVI CARVED BEECHWOOD ARMCHAIRS late 19th century, oval backrest with carved crest, flame stitch upholstery, bowed seatrail, and fluted tapered legs; BH42” SH18” W29” D26” (2pcs) $500-800

97 ITALIAN PAINTED CARVED GILTWOOD CENTER TABLE early 20th century, faux specimen painted top, scalloped edge, on pedestal base with scroll feet; H30 1/2” Dia.45” $800-1,200

late 19th/early 20th century, burl and crossbanded top on turned fluted tapered legs; H29” Dia.23 1/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

99 CONTINENTAL STYLE CARVED WALNUT CONSOLE TABLE

100 CONTINENTAL MARQUETRY INLAID CORNER CABINET

101 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED BEECH CANOPY

late 18th/early 19th century, bowed front intricately inlaid with urn and flowering vine, on bracket feet; label on verso: D.T. Warner, American Consulate, Berlin, and another Wiesbadener Mobelheim, L. Rettenmayer. H35” W32 1/2” D20 1/2” $400-600

19th century, ribbon and bow carved crestrail, bowed front, tapered fluted legs; BH41 1/2” SH17” L77” D30” $400-700

dolphin pedestal, stamped: FB CO, 1919; H32” W54” D24” $400-600 Provenance: Acquired from Antiques of Vinings, Georgia, in 1997 Property of a Lady

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

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102 CONTINENTAL INLAID KINGWOOD SIDE TABLE late 19th century, crossbanded and leather inset top, skirt with single drawer, on cabriole legs; underside with label: Benjamin Singer Antiques, Mt Airy, PA; H29” W32” D18 1/2” $300-500

103 ART DECO ZEBRAWOOD SIDE TABLE circa 1930, round inlaid top, saber legs with scroll feet joined by platform stretcher base; H30” Dia.29 1/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

104 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD JARDINIERE

105 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD STOOL

circa 1900, kidney-shaped planter with pierced frieze, cabriole legs joined by molded stretcher; H32 1/2” W34 1/2” D16” $300-600

late 19th century, upholstered serpentine top on cabriole legs joined by X-brace stretchers; H18” W22” D20” $200-400

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

106 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD AND MARBLE SIDE TABLE H31 1/2” W19” D17” $200-400

107 FRENCH RÉGENCE STYLE GILTWOOD MIRROR

108 CAST-IRON BALUSTER-FORM LAMPS

mid 19th century, H48” W24 1/2” $300-500

mounted on wood base, overall H36 1/2” W5 3/8” D5 3/8” (4pcs) $300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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109 GERMAN SILVER WINE COOLER, AFTER MEISSONNIER

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110 GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TRAY, HANNAM & CROUCH London, dated 1800, oval gadroon edge and leaf-capped handle, centering scroll and leaf decorated field; complete hallmarks and incised N.2, 109’7; L25 1/4” W16 1/4”, and 105.0ozT $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

111 GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALVERS John Wakelin & William Taylor, London, dated 1784, beaded border and feet; H3/4” Dia.8”, and 12.2ozT; and another by Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London, dated 1800, gadroon border and feet; H1 1/8” Dia.8”, and 14.5ozT each with unidentified heraldry, complete hallmarks, and Total 26.7ozT (2pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Millicent Rogers, New York and Taos Thence by descent

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112 QUEEN ANNE BRITANNIA SILVER CASTER, SAMUEL WELDER London, dated 1704, pierced cover on octagonal baluster form, complete marks on underside; H6 1/2”, and 9.2ozT; together with another of later date by John & Frank Pairpoint, London, 1880, complete marks, H3 1/4”, and 1.9ozT (total 11.1ozT) (2pcs) $600-900 Provenance: Millicent Rogers, New York and Taos Thence by descent


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113 GEORGE III STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT AND PAIR CANDLESTICKS

114 PAIR REGENCY OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE ENTREE DISHES

115 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRUM, RETAILED BY ROWELL OF OXFORD

coffee pot by John Robins, London, dated 1790, neoclassical design with wood handle, engraved with crest of Cox of Sussex; complete hallmarks; H13 1/4”, and 34.0ozT all in pair candlesticks by George Ashforth & Co, Sheffield, dated 1795, engraved with unidentified crest, loaded bases, complete hallmarks, H11 3/4”, and 46.0ozT all in (3pcs) $500-900

circa 1820, rectangular form, leaf and reed handles, gadroon rim liners on footed hot water reservoir base; unmarked; H9” L13 1/4” W8 1/2” (2pcs) $500-800

neoclassical design with garland, and acanthus motifs; marked: HW & CO, Rowell Oxford; H25 1/4” Dia.17 1/2” $300-400 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

116 RARE CHRISTOFLE SILVERPLATE MELON KNIFE SET in the Spatours pattern, couteau a melon, engraved initials JMJ; marked; L8 1/2” (12pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Southern private collection

117 GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER BOX, HENNING KOPPEL Copenhagen Denmark, circa 1945, (Henning Koppel, 1917-82) stylized oviform domed box with cover, marked: GEORG JENSEN, DENMARK, STERLING, DESSIN HK, 1089; H2 3/4” W4 3/4” D3 3/4”, and 7.4ozT $300-500

118 GERMAN SILVER-MOUNTED SHELL FIGURES circa 1900, standing man with tankard encasing iridescent shark eye shell, and accented by glass gems; very worn marks; H5 3/4”, and Total 5.9ozT $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Estate

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119 RUSSIAN SILVER TABLE ARTICLES

120 CHINESE EXPORT STERLING SILVER TEA SET, ZEE WO

circa 1908-26, with second Kokshnik silver marked, comprising: cup frame, H7” footed basket, H2 1/4” Dia.4 1/2” set of 12 vodka cups, H1 3/4” set of 12 footed vodka cups, H3” set of 9 HH serving pieces, L8 3/4” set of 12 teaspoons, L6” Russian or French 7-pc HH dessert set, L10” Total 38.5ozT weighable (54pcs) $500-800

Shanghai, circa 1900; figural and floral design with text and vacant shield-shaped cartouches, marked on base, comprising: kettle on stand, H13 1/2” teapot, H5” creamer, H3 1/2” sugar, H3 1/2” Total 64.0ozT (4pcs) $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

121 SOLID SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE probably Japanese, comprising: coffeepot, H10 1/2” teapot, H6 3/4” creamer, H6 1/4” covered sugar, H4 3/4” each marked: STERLING 950; and Total 85.0ozT (4pcs) $1,000-1,500

122 CHINESE EXPORT STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT, ZEE WO Shanghai, circa 1900; bamboo design, marked on base; H7 1/2” and 21.3ozT $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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early 20th century, comprising: silver-overlay decanter with intricate openwork prunus blossom design, marked: STERLING, YECHING TIEN IBIN; H8 1/2” set of 7 individual salt shakers, marked: STERLING, YCC; H2 1/2” 3 Chinese Yuan silver coin inset dishes, W3 1/4” silver-metal pagoda, H8” Judaica cigarette case, unmarked, L3 3/4” silverplated reticulated silver tray, Dia.9 7/8” Total 32.0ozT weighable all in (14pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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123 CHINESE EXPORT AND OTHER SILVER OBJECTS

124 CHINESE EXPORT STERLING SILVER COCKTAIL SHAKER, ZEE WO Shanghai, circa 1900; dragon and flaming pearl design, marked on base; H11” and 15.9ozT $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

125 FRENCH AUBUSSON CARPET late 19th/early 20th century, 8’8” x 12’1” $700-1,500 Provenance: Acquired from Oglethorpe Antiques, St. Simons Island Property of a Lady

126 FRENCH AUBUSSON CARPET 20th century, 9’8” x 14’9” $1,500-2,500

127 FLORAL NEEDLEPOINT CARPET, MOATTAR 11’10” x 14’9” $500-700 Provenance: Private collection

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

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128 FINE PAIR MEISSEN RETICULATED CABINET PLATES, AND DERBY SCENIC CUP

129 LARGE PAIR SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN URNS, SIGNED C. NICCOLIER

19th century, finely gilt decorated on cobalt ground plates, centering painted scenes of peasant life, marked with underglaze-blue crossed swords and various impressed numbers 109/89. Together with Derby gilded cobalt ground centering scene of Narrow Water Castle, marked and titled; pair plates Dia.9”, and cup H2 1/4” (3pcs) $1,000-2,000

each finely painted with romantic scenes, on ornately gilded blue-green ground, adorned with gilt bronze mounts; underside marked; H30 1/2” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1966.140, G.1966.143-4)

132 EXTENSIVE SPODE PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE WITH SERVING PIECES 130 VINTAGE BLUE-AND-WHITE DELFT TILES early to mid 20th century, comprised of the following sets: 30 stamped with crown 5 decorated with sea creatures 7 floral and basket 4 architectural 11 with various scenes 9 of various designs mostly 5x5, (66pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

131 CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED PORCELAIN CENTERPIECE reticulated basket supported on reed stem and on round base with dancing putti, and gilt-bronze mounts; H27 1/2” Dia.13” $500-900 Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

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in the Tuscana pattern, comprising: 41 plates, Dia.10 1/2” 24 plates, Dia.8” 8 cream soups 46 cups 24 saucers 2 covered sugars 1 creamer 4 coffeepot 4 round platters, Dia.12” 4 oval platters, L15 1/4” (158pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Estate property


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133 ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE PLATTERS 19th century, comprising: Doulton ‘Madras’, L19 1/2” Stevenson ‘Mereworth House’, L21” Staffordshire architectural design, L18 1/2” (3pcs) $300-500

134 PAIR PARIS PORCELAIN VASES

135 MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURES

19th century, urn form with swan handles, painted with romantic scenes and verso with floral spray on gilded ground, raised on plinth base, unmarked; H14 1/2” W7 1/2” (2pcs) $200-400

19th century, comprising: two gardeners, H7” and 7 1/2”, and pair a lady’s seated at tables, H5 3/4” (4pcs) $200-400

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1970.58-60)

136 WEDGWOOD PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES, RETAILED BY RICHARD BRIGGS CO

137 ART DECO VIENNA PORCELAIN PITCHER, STRAUB & COMPANY

138 PICTORIAL PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE, SIGNED

circa 1895, molded neoclassical gilded garland and trophy design, marked; Wedgwood and Briggs, Boston; Dia.10 1/4” (12pcs) $200-300

circa 1940s, in the Alhambra pattern, marked; H13 1/2” $100-200

winter mountainous landscape with skiers, signed Bea Adams, 83; H10 1/2” W13 1/2” $300-400

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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139 RARE MATCHED PAIR WOGDON & BARTON FLINTLOCK DUELING PISTOLS WITH CASE

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London, circa 1813-19, steel octagonal barrel engraved with gold WOGDON & BARTON, highly decorated/engraved metal mounts with gold oval WOGDON & BARTON, checkered walnut stock, green baize lined mahogany case, fitted with compartments containing flints, lead shots, and tow; open wells with matched pair pistols, copper and brass powder flask, powder measure, bullet mold, screw driver with vent prick, mahogany bullet tamper, and brass-capped mahogany cleaning rod; the lid with label reading: BARTON, GUN MAKER, LATE WOGDON & BARTON, NO. 14, HAY MARKET, LONDON $8,000-12,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman Other Notes: Nearly identical set with case part of the collection of Virginia Historical Society, once owned by John Randolph of Roanoke.

140 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD SUNBURST MIRROR circa 1930, Dia.23 3/4” $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

142 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD CONVEX SUNBURST MIRROR first half 20th century, Dia.27” $500-700 Provenance: Private collection

141 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD CONVEX SUNBURST MIRROR mid 20th century, Dia.37” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

143 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD SUNBURST MIRRORS mid 20th century, Dia.24 1/2” and another with lead and jewel mounts, circa 1930, Dia.19 1/2” (2pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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144 FINE GEORGE III MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

145 FINE GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY AND MARBLE CONSOLE TABLE

146 LATE GEORGIAN CHIPPENDALE STYLE HO HO BIRD CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

late 18th/early 19th century, dentil molded crown, divided glazed panel doors; the lower part with drawers and doors on molded base’ H108” W146 1/2” D22 1/2” $5,000-8,000

circa 1810, green and black mottled and veined marble top, above carved fluted frieze with three drawers, scrolling acanthus and bellflower carved legs and carved molded feet; H40” W96 1/4” D27 1/8” $2,000-4,000

circa 1830, top with carved birds and foliage, and ornate divided frame with three mirror panels; H66” W65” $2,000-4,000

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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147 ENGLISH SHAGREEN BAR/DRINKS CABINET circa 1930, possibly by Asprey, ornate silvered metal mounts with ivory/bone bands over greenish-gray shagreen sides and doors, opening to maple veneered and glass sliding trays; the ivory inlaid ebonized stand in classical design with column and capital legs on bun feet, joined by shaped stretcher with urn finial; lock stamped: O&S over L in an oval (Oakden & Sons Ltd); H54 1/2” W23” D16” $6,000-9,000

148 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY TRIPLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE reeded edge top, baluster pedestals, saber legs with brass paw casters; fitted with two 19” leaves; H29” W48” L135 1/2” (extended) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

149 ENGLISH ROCOCO CARVED GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLE, MANNER OF WILLIAM KENT

151 LATE WILLIAM IV FAUX TORTOISESHELL DECORATED CASKET-FORM CHEST

19th century, serpentine faux marble top, conforming skirt with shell carved cabriole legs with scroll feet; H37” W57” D29” $3,000-5,000

circa 1840, hinged lid fitted interior with secret compartment on bun feet with casters; raised on associated ebonized platform base; H23” W30” D16 1/2” $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

150 GEORGE III CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR first quarter 19th century, floral urn and scroll pediment, flanked by dragon figures, carved molded frame, pierced carved skirt flanked by floral urns; H78” W38 1/2” $2,000-4,000 Provenance: Private collection

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Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: Underside with old paper depository label: PARKS, SOUTHSEA, DEPOSITORIES, PORTSMOUTH, inscribed 12/3/44, DR. POWELL.


19th century, molded crown, the top with three over three drawers; the lower part with three graduated drawers and bracket feet; H74 1/2” W43” D21 1/2” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

153 WAINSCOT ARMCHAIR English or American, 17th/18th century BH42 1/4” SH14 3/4” W26” D28” $2,000-3,000

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152 GEORGIAN STYLE WALNUT OYSTER-VENEERED CHEST ON CHEST

Provenance: Descended in the Metcalf family

154 GEORGE SMITH UPHOLSTERED SEAT FURNITURE SUITE comprising: pair sofa, BH33” SH20” W85” D41” pair armchairs, BH33” SH20” W33” S41” ottoman, H16” Dia.25” (5pcs) $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Private collection

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156 RENAISSANCE STYLE GILT-BRONZE HALL FIXTURE

157 ENGLISH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER

late 19th/20th century, basket design with three C-scroll arms and pagoda crown; H48” Dia.33” $700-1,000

late 19th century, crown pediment over bombe frame with beveled glass panels, decorated with lion’s mask, shell, and figural motifs; H46” Dia.15” $600-900

circa 1900, acanthus canopy draped with prisms leading to crystal chains and scrolling arms terminating in candleholders, electrified; H38” D26” $600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

158 ART DECO BRONZE AND GLASS CHANDELIER

159 CRYSTAL EIGHT-LIGHT CHANDELIER

160 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1930, gilt cast-bronze base with satyr heads, finial and scrolling brackets, adorned with crystal prisms; H21” Dia.40” $700-1,000

baluster stem and three-tier configuration hung with crystal prisms leading down to scrolling crystal arms terminating in candleholders, electrified; H33 1/2” W27” $400-600

late 19th century, drop-front writing drawer, fitted interiors, three long drawers, bracket feet; H42” W37 1/2” D20 1/2” $700-900

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Private collection

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Provenance: Private collection


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161 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR

162 UNUSUAL PAIR WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD TWO-TIER WINE TABLES

163 GEORGE III OYSTER-VENEER WALNUT WRITING DESK

circa 1835, round top on baluster support with basket-form platform, ending on trefoil base with bun feet; H28 1/2” Dia.17 1/2” (2pcs) $600-900

early 19th century, molded edge and crossbanded top, on carved cabriole legs with pad feet; top veneer of later date; H30” W52” D26 1/2” $600-900

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G1994.25A-B)

Provenance: Private collection

164 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

165 SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

166 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

crossbanded D-shape top, baluster supports, reeded saber legs and brass paw feet; H30” W48” L120” $1,000-2,000

late 19th/early 20th century, wheat and pierce-carved shield backrest, over upholstered bowed seat, tapered legs and spade feet; BH41” SH19” W22” D19” (8pcs) $800-1,200

first quarter 19th century, pierced splat, serpentine seatrail, cabriole legs on ball-and-claw feet; BH32” W26” D24” SH18” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

mid to late 19th century, bowfront, configuration of four drawers and door, tapered legs, spade feet; H34” W60 1/2” D24 1/2” $500-700 Provenance: Private collection

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

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167 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY PARTNER’S DESK

168 GEORGIAN BURL WALNUT CHEST ON CHEST

green and tooled gilt leather top; pedestal fitted with twelve drawers, two doors, on molded base; H30 1/2” W74” D49” $800-1,200

18th century, molded crown, three over three drawers; the lower with two drawers and bracket feet; H59” W41” D22 1/2” $700-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

169 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET late 19th/early 20th century, scrolling broken arch with shell and floral carving, flame finials, divided glazed panel doors, lower part with carved block front doors, and ball-and-claw feet; H97” W35” D21” $800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

170 REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

171 GEORGE III OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1820, rectangular inlaid backrest above single splat supported by rectangular stiles to overupholstered seat, on tapered square legs joined with H-stretcher; BH34 1/2” SH17 1/2” W17 1/2” D20” (6pcs) $500-700

circa 1800, two over three drawers, splayed feet; H37 1/4” W43 1/4” D21” $500-700 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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172 ENGLISH CARVED MAHOGANY WINGBACK ARMCHAIR late 19th century, BH49” SH19” W35” D32” $400-800 Provenance: Private collection


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173 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOW-FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

174 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

circa 1840, with three deep drawers on bracket feet; H43 1/4” W38 1/2” D20 1/2” $400-600

late 19th/early 20th century, fitted interiors, cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet; H86” W36” D21” $500-700

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Private collection

176 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLANT-FRONT DESK

177 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

early 19th century, fitted interior over long drawers and bracket feet; H42” W37” D19 1/2” $500-700 Provenance: South Carolina estate

175 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR first half 19th century, BH32” SH18” W32” D28” $200-300 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

178 SHERATON STYLE INLAID BOWFRONT SIDEBOARD

BH37” SH19” W25” D19” (2pcs) $200-400

circa 1860, two deep drawers flanking long drawer, turned legs; H34 1/4” W47 1/4” D23 1/4” $400-600

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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180 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS late 19th/early 20th century, looped crestrail, pierce-carved splat, bowed seatrail, carved molded square legs with stretchers; two arms, five sides; BH39 1/2 SH18” W24” D22” (7pcs) $400-800 Provenance: Private collection

182 PAIR SHERATON MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

184 STEINWAY GRAND PIANO

circa 1800, BH37” SH18” W21” D18” (2pcs) $200-300

circa 1973, serial 429675, Model M in mahogany, H26” W58” L5’7” $3,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

183 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BANQUET TABLE SUITE rectangular with drop leaves flanked by D-shaped end sections, over conforming skirt on square tapered legs; H29” W41 3/4” L111” open (3pcs) $700-1,000

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181 SHERATON STYLE LOWBOY 19th century, H31 1/4” W36 1/4” D19 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection


189 U.S. NAVY AND SHIP CLOCKS, AND PERPETUAL DESK CALENDAR

Glasgow, circa 1790, the bonnet with broken arch crown, arched door, fluted columns; the lower case with quarter fluted columns, bracket feet; H85” W19” D10” $800-1,200

Seth Thomas ship’s clock, Dia.7” Chelsea US Navy Mark I deck clock, Dia.8 3/4” Seth Thomas U.S. Navy, H14” W11 3/4” D6” brass calendar, H9 3/4” W6” D2 3/4” (4pcs) $500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

186 ENGLISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK first half 19th century, carved molded and fretwork crown, arched glazed door, column supports, carved quarter columns and bracket feet; H82” W20” D9 1/2” $500-800 Provenance: Private collection

190 AMERICAN CALENDAR AND REGULATOR WALL CLOCKS

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185 SCOTTISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, GEORGE JARDIN

Seth Thomas mahogany double dial calendar clock, H42” W19 1/2” D6 3/4” carved walnut regulator clock, H45” W19” D9” (2pcs) $500-800 Provenance: South Carolina estate

187 BRASS SKELETON CLOCK UNDER GLASS DOME late 19th/early 20th century, with fusee movement, on ebonized base and dome; clock H13 1/2” overall H19” W14” D8” $300-500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

188 ENGLISH BRASS SKELETON CLOCK late 19th century, intricate openwork design with fusee movement on ebonized base with glass dome; clock H13”, overall H17 1/2” W12 1/2” D7 1/4” $300-500

191 FRENCH BRONZE, METAL, AND SLATE CLOCK GARNITURE circa 1900, assembled set comprising: French mantel clock with mercury pendulum, H14 1/2” pair four-light candelabra, H16 1/4” pair figural sculptures signed Belin, H16 1/2” (5pcs) $300-500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Private collection

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192 ANTIQUE ZIEGLER MAHAL CARPET

193 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

194 ANTIQUE AGRA CARPET

195 ANTIQUE PERSIAN FARAHAN CARPET

circa 1910, 9’8” x 15’2” $3,000-4,000

6’3” x 10’4” $800-1,200

circa 1920, 9’10” x 13’11” $2,000-3,000

circa 1900, 9’10” x 13’5” $2,500-3,500

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

196 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN BAKHTIARI CARPET

197 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

198 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

199 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET

circa 1960, 11’2” x 16’4” $800-1,200

mid 20th century, 10’7” x 15’2” $1,500-3,000

circa 1910, 8’8” x 12’ $2,500-3,500

circa 1910, 12’1” x 15’ $700-1,000

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

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201 PERSIAN BAKHTIARI CARPET

first half 20th century, 10’8” x 13’9” $1,500-3,000

6’10” x 9’11” $800-1,200

Provenance: purchase Rugs By Robinson, Atlanta, 1994 Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

202 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET circa 1940, 11’7” x17’10” $1,000-2,000

203 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET circa 1910, 9’2” x 12’1” $800-1,200

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200 ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

204 PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET

205 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET

206 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

207 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

first half 20th century, 8’3” x 11’7” $1,000-2,000

circa 1940, 9’5” x 12’ $600-900

circa 1950, 7’2” x 9’ $600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

208 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

209 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

210 PERSIAN QASHQAI CARPET

211 ANTIQUE PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET

7’4” x 10’8” $700-1,000

8’8” x 11’4” $700-900

6’ x 8’11” $500-800

circa 1930, 8’11” x 12’3” $500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

9’9” x 17’6” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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214 US KENNERY SILVER HALF DOLLARS

213 COLLECTION EARLY US POSTAGE STAMPS

212 GRAF ZEPPELIN STAMP BLOCKS OF FOUR 1930, comprising three complete blocks: #C13, green 65 cent (20077) #C14, brown $1.30 (20086) #C15, blue $2.60 (20095) (3sets) $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Arturo Peralta Ramos, New York and Taos Thence by descent

dated 1964 (374pcs) $3,000-3,500

circa 1847-1925, comprising: Franklin 5-cent (1/3) Washington 3-cent (10) Franklin 1-cent (63) Washington 3-cent (64) Jackson 2-cent (73) (2) Franklin 1-cent block (112) (2) Franklin 1-cent (112) (2) Pony Express Rider 2-cent block (113) Pony Express Rider 2-cent (113) (2) Locomotive 3-cent block (114) (3) Locomotive 3-cent (114) Locomotive 12-cent (114) (2) SS Adriatic 12-cent block (117) Landing of Columbus 15-cent (118) Franklin 1-cent (134) Webster 15-cent (141) Hamilton 30-cent (143) Grant 5-cent (255) Franklin 1-cent (300) Washington 2-cent (301) Lincoln 5-cent (304) Martha Washington 8-cent (306) Webster 10-cent (307) Madison $2 (312) Washington 2-cent (319) Pocahontas 5-cent (330) Washington 2-cent (332) Washington 3-cent (333) Washington 6-cent (336) Washington 10-cent (338) Panama Canal 2-cent (398) (2) Golden Gate (399) (3) Discovery of San Francisco 10-cent (400) (3) Franklin 9-cent (415) (4) Franklin 10-cent (416) (2) Franklin 12-cent (417) Franklin 20-cent (419) (2) Franklin $1 (423) Franklin $2 (523) Singing of the Compact 5-cent (550) Roosevelt 5-cent (557) Statue of Liberty 15-cent (566) America $5 (573) Washington 5-cent $500-800

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

215 US FRANKLIN SILVER HALF DOLLARS dated 1950-1963 (266pcs) $2,000-2,500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

216 US WALKING LIBERTY SILVER HALF DOLLARS dated 1917-1947 (278pcs) $2,000-2,500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

217 US PEACE SILVER DOLLARS dated 1922-23 (80pcs) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

218 US PEACE SILVER DOLLARS dated 1922-28 (mostly 1922 date) (82pcs) $1,500-2,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

219 US MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS dated 1921 (40pcs) $800-1,200 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: Arturo Peralta Ramos, New York and Taos Thence by descent

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221 US MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

222 US MORGAN AND PEACE SILVER DOLLARS

223 US FRANKLIN SILVER HALF DOLLARS

224 US MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

dated 1879-1901 (35pcs) $700-1,000

dated 1921 (39pcs) $700-1,000

dated 1950-1963 (58pcs) $400-600

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

dated 1878-86, 1887-92, 1896-1902, 1904, 1921-28 (30pcs) $500-700

two encase with plastic with certificate 1878-9 ten in case dated 1881-7 and 1899 (12pcs) $300-500

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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220 US MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

Provenance: Property of a Southern

226 RARE ATLAS BY ROBERT MILLS

225 US BARBER AND STANDING LIBERTY SILVER COINS (2) 1899, 1914 Barber dimes (16) 1898-1916 Barber quarters (40) 1895-1913 Barber half dollar (20) 1925-30 Standing Liberty quarters (78pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

ATLAS OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Baltimore: John. D. Troy, 1825; overall H22 3/4” W15 1/2” $1,500-3,000 Provenance: August Kohn library Julian Hennig, Jr. collection Private collection

227 LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BOOK: ROLAND CLARK’S ETCHINGS

230 RARE LEATHER-BOUND BOOK: ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS

published 1938, Derrydale Press, numbered 274/800, and complete with original signed etching; bound in red field with beige corner and spine, gilt lettering. $200-300

Williamson, Captain Thomas (1790-1815) and Samuel Howitt (1765-1822). ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS; BEING A COMPLETE, DETAILED, AND ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF THE WILD SPORTS OF THE EAST. London: Edward Orme, 1807. Rebound in gilded and tooled red leather. $500-800

Provenance: Private collection

Other Notes: August Kohn (18681930), Columbia, South Carolina journalist and businessman, assembled one of the finest private libraries of South Caroliniana in the country. He was an avid collector of books, pamphlets and maps related to his beloved native state. A writer of ability, he wrote for the Charleston News and Courier after graduating cum laude from South Carolina College in 1889. He also wrote pamphlets about the towns of Orangeburg and Columbia and, in 1903, published a significant work titled THE COTTON MILLS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

228 BOOK: FABLES DE LA FONTAINE published 1868, Fontaine, Jean de La. FABLES DE LA FONTAINE AVEC LES DESSINS DE GUSTAVE DORE. Paris: Hachette. In 3/4 leather binding. $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

229 BOOK: DAME EDITH SITWELL SIGNED IN DEDICATION TO MILLICENT ROGERS published 1950, THE ENGLISH ECCENTRICS. London: Dennis Dobson, with dustjacket $100-200 Provenance: Millicent Rogers, New York and Taos Thence by descent

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231 SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS, FRAMED 1875 State of SC $1000 bond, 21 1/4” W14 3/4” 1883 Blue Ridge Railroad 200 GBP bond, H23 3/4” W16 1/2” 1892 State of SC $1000 bond, H19 3/4” W15 1/4” (3pcs) $200-400 Provenance: South Carolina estate

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232 THOMAS CHANDLER DECORATED-STONEWARE STORAGE JAR (Edgefield, South Carolina, 1810-54) ovoid vessel with two-handles, each side decorated with ‘broken stem’ flower, unmarked; H15 1/2” $1,500-3,000 Provenance: Descented in a Southern family

233 LANIER MEADERS FACE JUG

234 LANIER MEADERS FACE JUG

(White County, Georgia, 1917-1998) mottled olive/brown glaze, white clay eyes and teeth, applied features on ovoid form stoneware vessel with single handle, incised: Lanier Meaders; H9 1/2” $600-900

(White County, Georgia, 1917-1998) mottled olive/brown glaze, white clay eyes and teeth, applied features on ovoid form vessel with single handle, incised: Lanier Meaders, 1988; H9 3/4” $600-900

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2009.56.19)

235 SOUTHERN STONEWARE LARGE JARS, JUGS, AND CHURNS

236 CHESTER HOWELL STONEWARE FACE JUG AND DOUBLE-FACE CANDELABRA

jug, H17” double-handle churn, H15” churn, H14 3/4” jug, stamped WDB; H17” churn incised 4; H17” jug, H16 1/4” some incised and stamped marks and numbers (6pcs) $500-900

Gillsville, Georgia, b.1950) face jug with alkaline glaze, broken china teeth, incised: Chester Howell, CSA; H10 1/4”; and candelabra with dark-brown glaze and broken china teeth, incised: Chester Howell; H11” (2pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2009.56.1 and 22)

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2009.56.17)

237 SOUTHERN FACE AND SNAKE DIMINUTIVE VESSELS Burlon B. Craig (1914-2002) snake jug, H3 1/2” Burlon B. Craig (1914-2002) face jug, H6 1/2” John-Paul Simmons (d.2012) mixed-media face vessel, H5 1/2” unmarked yellow and green glazed snake vase, H6 1/2” (4pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1987.15.4, 31, 137 and 158)


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238 LANIER MEADERS PITCHERS

239 EARLY BELLARMINE OR BARTMANN JUG

(Georgia, 1917-1998) brown and olive green mottled glazes, each signed; H7” to 9 1/2” (5pcs) $300-500

probably German, 16th/17th century, tooled spout and ovoid vessel with handle, neck decorated with molded and applied ‘bearded man’ above the stippled hearts; H13 3/4” $300-500

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2001.21.5, and G2009.56.12-16)

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2009.56.5)

240 LIN CRAVEN POTTERY RING JUG, PROTOTYPE JUG, AND BOWL (Georgia, 1946-2011) open ring face jug; incised: Lin Craven, #2, 1998; H11”, another jug with molded, applied, incised decorated jug with rooster, barn and trees; incised: Lin Craven, Protoype #1, 2008 H10 1/2”, grapevine applied bowl, incised: Lin Craven, 1996; H3 3/4” Dia.9 1/2” (3pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2009.56.4, 10 and 24)

241 AMERICAN COBALT-DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS 19th century, comprising: New York Stoneware Co jar, H10 3/4” N.A. White & Son jug, H11” bird-decorated jar, H9” (3pcs) $200-400

242 WASHINGTON BECHAM STONEWARE JUG

243 NEWCOMB POTTERY SCENIC TRIVET, SADIE IRVINE

(Crawford County, Georgia, 1832-1912) bulbous vessel with strap handle, stamped: WB; H10 1/2” $200-400

(New Orleans, Louisiana, 1887-1970) moss and oak design, circa 1928; marked: NC, SI, QS58; Dia.5 1/2” $800-1,200

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2001.21.10)

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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244 LATIN AMERICAN REDWARE VESSELS

245 NATIVE AMERICAN ACOMA POTTERY VESSELS

246 SOUIX DECORATED BISON SKULL, BY SIDNEY KEITH

probably Costa Rica effigy vessel, H9 1/4” Colima dog, H9 1/4” L13” bowl, H4” Dia.6” bowl with handle, L11 1/4” tripod bowl, H2 1/2” W5 1/2” effigy vessel, H8 1/2” tripod vessel, H5 1/4” (7pcs) $400-800

New Mexico, 20th century, comprising: double spout wedding vase, H. Poncho, Acoma, NM, H8 1/2” bear claw decorated vase, T. Garcia, Acoma, NM, H7 1/2” eagle and figure decorated pillow jar, E.E. Acoma, NM, H15 1/4” W14” geometric pitcher, unsigned, H9” (4pcs) $400-600

painted skull with bead and buckskin, fringe, W22 1/2” L19” $200-400 Provenance: Tipi Shop, Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the US Department of the Interior Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1984.21) Other Notes: Bearing old labels.

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

248 EXTENSIVE STERLING SILVER COFFEE, TEA & BEVERAGE SET WITH TRAY floral and foliate pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H9” teapot, H7 1/2” creamer, H4” covered sugar, H6” wastebowl, H4” sugar tongs, L5” water pitcher, H8” serving tray, L27” marked: Sterling 950, and Total 200.0ozT (8pcs) $3,000-4,000

247 ANCIENT GREEK BLACK-FIGURE LEKYTHOS probably by Haimon Painter, Attic, circa 525-425 BC; one with chariot scene, H8 1/2”, and other with three figures, H9 1/4” (2pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1969.1-2)

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249 GORHAM STERLING SILVER FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES circa 1950, in the Buttercup pattern, comprising: 15 HH knives, L9 3/4” 5 HH knives, L8 3/4” 11 spreaders, L6” 13 forks, L7 1/2” 6 forks, L7” 7 forks, L6 1/4” 12 cocktail forks, L5 1/2” 8 round soups, L6 1/2” 7 teaspoons, L5 3/4” 10 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2” 12 demitasse, L4” 8 serving spoons, L8 1/4” 2-pc salad serving set, L10 1/4” 2 serving spoons, L8 3/4” and 9” 1 soup ladle, L12 1/4” 1 gravy ladle, L6 3/4” 1 cream ladle, L5 1/2” 1 pastry server, L9” 1 master butter, L7 3/4” 1 sugar, L5 3/4” 1 sugar tongs, L4 3/4” 1 bon bon, L4 1/2” 3 small spoons, L3 1/2” to 4 1/4” 3-pc HH roast carving set, L14 1/2” 3-pc steak carving set, L12 3/4” each marked: Gorham lion and anchor, and Sterling; Total 161.5ozT weighable (Set) $2,000-3,000

250 GORHAM STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE circa 1899, in the Buttercup pattern, comprising: 8 HH knives, L9 1/4” 12 HH knives, L8 3/4” 6 HH spreaders, L6 1/4” 8 spreaders, L5 3/4” 2 spoons, L6 1/2” 14 round soups, L6 1/4” 27 teaspoons, L5 1/2” 8 forks, L7 1/2” 12 forks, L7” 12 salad/dessert forks, L6 1/4” 8 cocktail forks, L5 1/2” 2 table spoons, L8 1/2” 2 serving forks, L8”, 6 3/4” 1 master butter, L6 3/4” 1 sugar spoon, L6” 1 cream ladle, L5 1/4” 2-pc HH steak set, L10” 1 HH pie/cake server, L10” each marked, and Total 109.8ozT weighable (Set) $1,500-2,000 Provenance: Southern Estate

251 FRANK SMITH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES circa 1914, in the Fiddle Shell pattern, comprising: 12 HH knives, L8 1/4” 10 forks, L7 1/4” 9 forks, L6 1/2” 1 spoon, L7” 4 round soups, L6 1/4” 11 iced tea spoons, L7 1/4” 21 teaspoons, L5 3/4” 12 demitasse, L4 1/4” 2 berry spoons, L8 1/2” 3 serving spoons, L8 1/4” 1 peirced spoon, L8 1/4” 1 flat server, L7 3/4” 2 master butter, L7” 1 gravy ladle, L6 1/4” 1 cold meat, L7 1/4” 1 cream ladle, L5 1/4” 1 jelly server, L6 1/4” 1 relish spoon, L6” 1 pickle fork, L6” 1 lemon fork, L4 1/2” 1 serving spoon, L5 1/2” 1 sugar spoon, L5 3/4” 1 HH pastry server, L10” 2-pc HH steak carving set, L10 1/4” each marked: Sterling; and Total 112.0ozT weighable (Set) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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253 INTERNATIONAL ‘WILD ROSE’ PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET

252 INTERNATIONAL STERLING SILVER REVERE BOWLS each marked: Sterling; smaller #D261, H5 1/4” Dia.8 3/4”, and larger #D262; H5 1/2” Dia.10 1/4”, and Total 60.0ozT (2pcs) $900-1,300 Provenance: Private collection

254 REED & BARTON ‘TARA’ PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE circa 1955, comprising: 12 HH knives, L9” 8 spoons, L6 1/2” 12 teaspoons, L6” 8 iced teaspoons, L7 1/4” 12 forks, L7” 12 forks, L6 1/2” 2-pc youth set, L7 3/4” 2 serving spoons, L8 1/2” 1 serving fork, L8 1/2” 1 gravy ladle, L6 3/4” 1 tomato server, L8” 1 sugar shell, L6” 1 bon bon, L4 3/4” 2 cocktail forks, L5 1/4” 1 lemon fork, L5 3/4” 1 HH cake/pie server, L10 1/2” 1 HH cheese server, L7 1/4” 1 HH master butter, L7” Total 94.0ozT weighable (79pcs set) $1,500-2,000 Provenance: Private collection

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circa 1948, comprising: 12 HH knives, L9” 8 spreaders, L5 3/4” 12 forks, L7 1/4” 13 forks, L6” 6 soup spoons, L6” 15 teaspoons, L5 3/4” 8 iced teaspoons, L7 1/4” 6 demitasse, L4” 3 serving spoons, L8” 1 serving fork, L8” 1 cocktail fork, L5 1/2” 1 lemon fork, L6” 1 master butter, L7 1/4” 1 sugar shell, L6” 1 gravy ladle, L6” 1 cream ladle, L5 1/4” 1 bon bon, L4 1/2” 1 HH cake/pie server, L9 1/2” each marked, and Total 85.5ozT weighable (92pcs) $1,200-1,800 Provenance: Private collection

255 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE SERVICE AND TRAY Gorham ‘Victorian’ pattern three-piece coffee service, H11 1/4”; and Kirk & Son round serving tray, Dia.14”; and Total 88.5ozT (4pcs) $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Private collection

256 FISHER STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE Footed Duncan pattern, comprising: coffee pot, H9 1/2” teapot, H8 1/2” covered sugar, H6” creamer, H5” waste bowl, H3 1/2” each marked: FISHER, STERLING, 2392, FOOTED DUNCAN Total 80.0ozT (5pcs) $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Southern Estate

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257 GORHAM STERLING SILVER KETTLE, TEAPOT AND SUGAR dated 1909, in the Plymouth-Engraved pattern with engraved initials CCG; hot water kettle H14”, teapot H8”, and covered sugar H6”, and Total 81.0ozT (3pcs) $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Private collection


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258 ALVIN STERLING SILVER GOBLET SET marked: ALVIN, STERLING, S249; H6 1/2”, and Total 59.0ozT (16pcs) $800-1,200

259 SOLID SILVER PITCHERS, BOWLS AND SERVING PIECES

260 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWLS

Reed & Barton sterling gravy boat with underplate, L8 1/4” J.E. Caldwell sterling bowl, Dia.10” Continental silver footed centerbowl, Dia.13 1/2”, dish, Dia.8 1/2”, basket, Dia.6”, and pitcher, H5 3/4”; all marked; and Total 70.0ozT (7pcs) $800-1,200

floral chased, H2” Dia.10 1/4” strawberry chased, H2 3/4” Dia.9 3/4” 2 reticulated, Dia.8” and 12” Revere design, H4 1/2” Dia.9” gadroon rim, H3” Dia.9 1/2” various maker; Total 75.5ozT (6pcs) $800-1,200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

261 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE

262 TOWLE STERLING SILVER GOBLETS

263 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWL AND PITCHER

12 Dominick & Haff ‘New King’ soup spoons, L7” 11 Gorham ‘Chantilly’ spoons, L8 1/4” 19 Gorham ‘Lancaster’ forks, L7” 4 International ‘Revere’ forks, L7 1/4” Total 72.0ozT (46pcs) $800-1,200

circa 1935, in the Royal Windsor pattern; marked: STERLING 68420, BY TOWLE; H7”, and Total 44.0ozT (6pcs) $700-900

scalloped center bowl #131, H5 1/4” Dia.9 3/4”; and Priesner #125 water pitcher, H8 3/4”; Total 42.3ozT (2pcs) $600-800

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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264 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS six Gorham 272, H6 1/2”, and two International Lord Saybrook, H6 1/2”; each marked; and Total 48.0ozT (8pcs) $700-900 Provenance: Private collection

265 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER PITCHER AND CUTCRYSTAL LINED GOBLETS

266 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER VASE AND CENTERBOWL

Viking Silver pitcher, H9 1/4”, and 12 Frank Whiting Goblets, H5 1/2”; each marked: STERLING, and Total 41.0ozT weighable (13pcs) $500-800

J.E. Caldwell manufactured by Matthews Company, NJ, c.1907-36, footed vasiform with etched flowering vine design, H8 3/4” International ‘Wedgwood’ pattern centerbowl, c.1924, H2 1/2” Dia.11 1/2” each marked, and Total 45.5ozT (2pcs) $700-900

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Private collection

267 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS Wallace, pattern no.14, marked, H6 3/4”, and 45.0ozT (8pcs) $700-900 Provenance: Private collection

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268 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER WATER PITCHER AND SET OF BOWLS

269 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDELABRA

Reed & Barton ‘X766’ pitcher, H8 1/2”; and set of 12 Ellmore Silver Co. dessert bowls, H2 1/4” Dia.4 1/2”; each marked, and Total 53.5ozT (13pcs) $600-900

pair Fisher ‘English Rose’ sterling silver candlesticks, H11 1/4”, and pair English three-light candelabra with loaded base; H17 3/4” L16 1/2” (4pcs) $300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Estate

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270 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE AND SERVING PIECES Gorham ‘Alencon Lace’ pattern service, comprising: 8 HH knives, L9 1/4” 8 forks, L7 1/2” 8 forks, L6 3/4” 8 teaspoons, L5 3/4” together serving pieces by various makers, comprising: Gorham ‘Buttercup’ ladle, L11” Gorham ‘Strasbourg’ ladle, L7” Whiting ‘Louis XV’ serving spoon, L7 1/2” Frank White ‘Josephine’ meat fork, L8 3/4” Towle ‘Canterbury’ server, L8” each marked STERLING, and Total 55.0ozT weighable $500-800 Provenance: Southern Estate

271 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET circa 1921, in the William & Mary pattern by Lunt, comprising: 6 HH knives, L9 3/4” 6 HH knives, L8 3/4” 6 forks, L7 1/2” 6 forks, L7” 6 spoons, L8 1/2” 6 spoons, L7 1/4” 13 teaspoons, L5 3/4” 6 iced tea spoons, L7 1/4” 63+ demitasse, L4 1/4” 1 gravy ladle, L5 3/4” 1 sugar spoon, L5 3/4” 1 jelly server, L5 3/4” marked, and Total 60.9ozT weighable (64pcs) $700-900 Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

272 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET, BY A.F. TOWLE & SON Greenfield, Mass., active 1873-82, in the Enid pattern, (known as Chatelaine by Lunt), comprising: 11 forks, L7 1/4” 6 cocktail forks, L5 3/4” 4 spoons, L6 3/4” 12 teaspoons, L5 1/2” 6 demitasse, L4 1/4” 4 table spoons, L8 1/4” 1 bacon server, L4 3/4” marked: Sterling and TS insignia, and Total 49.0ozT (44pcs) $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

273 AMSTON STERLING SILVER GOBLET SET marked: AMSTON, STERLING, 70; H6 1/2”, and Total 30.0ozT (8pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Southern Estate

274 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE WARES, INCLUDING TIFFANY AND GORHAM Tiffany & Co reticulated footed dish, H1 3/4” Dia.5 1/2” Watson for Cartier sterling round dish, H1 3/4”, Dia.7” Gorham ‘Sovereign’ pattern gravy ladle, L7” Webster salt and pepper shaker cruet, H5 1/8” Newburyport oval dish, H1 1/4” L6” W5” each marked: Sterling and maker’s; Total 21.0ozT weighable (5pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

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275 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BRANDY SNIFTERS, W. BELL & CO

276 STERLING SILVER BRANDY WARMER AND CHAMPAGNE COUPES

Rockville, Maryland, mid 20th century, marked: STERLING, 4L, W. BELL & CO; H4” and 14.0ozT (4pcs) $300-500

John Hasselbring warmer, H2 1/4” Poole warmer with wood handle, H2 1/2” pair Edwardian coupe, dated 1905, H3 3/4” each marked, and Total 16.0ozT all in (4pcs) $300-400

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

277 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES various makers and patterns, comprising: 6 teaspoons 14 demitasse 3 citrus spoons 4 cocktail forks 10 salt spoons 1 gravy ladle, L6 3/4” 2 cream ladles, L5 1/4” Total 15.0ozT (40pcs) $150-250 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2003.22-26)

278 PAIR GORHAM ‘CHANTILLY’ PATTERN STERLING SILVER CANDELABRA

279 INTERNATIONAL STERLING SILVER MINT JULEP CUPS

five-light detachable top on weighted candleholder, marked; H13” Dia.12 1/4”, and 70.0ozT all in (2pcs) $300-500

marked: Sterling, 101-12-1; H4”, and Total 24.0ozT (6pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

280 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES Gorham ‘Marie Antoniette’ ice cream slice, L10 3/4” Gorham ‘Baronial’ serving fork, L8 3/4”, Gorham ‘Strasbourg’ tomato server, L7 1/2” Towle 2-pc salad serving set, L9 3/4” 2 serving spoons, L9 3/4” and 10” each marked: Sterling; and Total 19.5ozT (7pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

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281 AMERICAN STERLING SILVER VASES Frank Whiting & Co trumpet vase, H19 3/4”; and another by unidentified maker with ruffled rim and weight base, H12”; and Total 49.0ozT all on (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

282 SILVER AND SILVERPLATE NAPKIN RING COLLECTION

283 RARE SET OF 12 ALABAMA COIN SILVER KNIVES, JAMES CONNING

284 SILVER LADLE AND SPOONS

solid silver including: set of 4 Gorham, Dia.1 3/4”; set of 8 unmarked, H1 1/4”; and single, H1” silverplate including: pair Victorian figural, H3 1/4”; set of 4 Victorian, H1 3/4” set of 5 oval, W2 1/4”; and 2 odd designs most unmarked (26pcs) $200-300

Mobile, circa 1813-72, in the King’s pattern, marked: J. CONNING, MOBILE; L7 3/4” (12pcs) $400-700

19th century, ladle stamped 950 (probably French), L13 1/4”; and set of 6 American coin silver spoons, stamped: R. Speer, Standard; L9”; and Total 20.4ozT (7pcs) $200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Roger W. Powell

Provenance: Private collection

285 AMERICAN COIN SILVER CAKE KNIFE, JOHN POLHEMUS

286 HAYNES-SCHWELM CO. STERLING SILVER SYMPHONY MODEL FLUTE

287 STERLING SILVER MOUNTED INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY, GOODNOW & JENKS

New York, circa 1860, in the Oriental pattern, marked with misstruck retailers punch, L11 1/2”, and 4.0ozT $150-250

Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1900, serial number MN0743, complete markings, in original fitted case; L26 3/8”, and 16.16ozT $200-300

Boston, circa 1893-1905, sterling gallery flanked handles, centering fan and line inlaid oval tray; marked: Goodnow & Jenks insignia and STERLING; H2 1/4” L18 1/4” W11 3/4” $200-300

Provenance: Estate of Roger W. Powell

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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288 LATE FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY TALL-POST BED

289 FEDERAL PARCEL-GILT INLAID MAHOGANY MIRROR

circa 1830, acanthus carved and turned post, shaped headboard with scrolling crest; molded crown canopy and carved turned legs; H99 1/2” L81” W60 1/4” $1,500-2,000

circa 1800, urn and vine pediment above inlaid frieze and frame base, centering looking glass; H48” W18” D2 1/2” $500-1,000

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

291 PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH PAINT-DECORATED BLANKET CHEST 19th century, H25” W50 1/4” D23 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1972.6)

Provenance: Acquired from Deanne Levison American Antiques, Atlanta, in 1987 Property of a Lady

292 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

293 SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY TALL POST BED

circa 1810, three graduated drawers and splayed feet; H36 1/2” W44 1/2” D21 1/2” $700-1,000

first quarter 19th century, reed and swag carved post, turned legs, shell-carved headboard, and carved molded canopy; H86” W56 3/4” L82 1/2” $800-1,200

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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290 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1790, molded edge top, configuration of short and long graduated drawers with shell carved fronts, on ball-and-claw feet; H51 1/4” W42 1/4” D24” $800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman


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294 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS first quarter 19th century, gadroon edge top over short and long graduated drawers, on ball-and-claw feet; H51” W45 1/2” D24 1/2” $800-1,200

295 LATE FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY TALL POST BED circa 1830, acanthus carved, turned and fluted post; shaped headboard with scrolling crest, on turned and carved legs; H92” L77 1/4” W59 1/2” $700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

297 SOUTHERN FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY BOW-FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

296 FEDERAL STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND late 19th/early 20th century, broken arch and carved crown, configuration of twelve drawers on cabriole legs ending in ball-and-claw feet; bench made; H83” W42” D23 1/2” $700-900 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

298 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE BLANKET CHEST

circa 1800, four graduated drawers, scalloped skirt, splayed feet; H39 1/2” W43” D24” $900-1,200

18th century, mixed-wood constructions, hinged top, till drawer, two short drawers and bracket feet of later date; H26” L47 1/2” D10 3/4” $400-600

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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299 AMERICAN CHERRY AND BIRD’S-EYE MAPLE CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1835, four drawers, paneled sides, column supports, and turned legs; H50 1/2” W42 1/2” D21 1/2” $500-700 Provenance: Southern Estate

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300 FEDERAL STYLE TIGER MAPLE LOWBOY DRESSING TABLE late 19th/early 20th century, H28 1/2” W27 1/2” D17 1/2” $400-600

301 FEDERAL STYLE CARVED TIGER MAPLE ARMCHAIR 19th century, BH38 1/2” SH18” W29” D20” $200-400 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

303 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE serpentine and gadroon carved top above single drawer and carved cabriole legs; H30” W18 1/2” D17 1/2” $300-500

first quarter 19th century, H33 1/2” W37” D16” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

304 PRIMITIVE PINE WORK TABLE

305 CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY HALLSTAND

early 19th century, H28 1/2” L62 1/2” W32 1/2” $300-400

19th century, turned column carved with acanthus leaf design, carved legs and paw feet; H83” $400-600

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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302 DIMINUTIVE FEDERAL MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

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306 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY SERVER/SIDEBOARD circa 1840, serpentine front top, over drawers and doors, column supports and carved paw feet; H44 3/4” W48 1/2” D24 1/2” $400-700

307 PAIR ROCOCO REVIVAL GILTWOOD PIER MIRRORS last half 19th century, H86” W34” (2pcs) $700-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

308 AMERICAN EASTLAKE MARBLE-TOP CARVED WALNUT CENTER TABLE late 19th century, H30” Dia.34” $400-600 Provenance: Private collection

309 AMERICA AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIR

310 AMERICAN ROCOCO REVIVAL LAMINATED ROSEWOOD CHAIR

311 EASTLAKE CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR

circa 1870, highly carved leaf and tassel design frame in the throne style, BH35” SH13” W26 1/2” D40” $300-500

probably John Henry Belter; BH34 1/2” SH16” W18” D22” $300-500

late 19th century, elaborate pediment, scrolling decorations, marbletop pedestal with trumpet feet; H117” W34 1/2” D16” $300-500

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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313 LARGE PAIR IMARI PORCELAIN PALACE URNS, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

late 19th century, the mounted with trumpet stem supporting 10 scrolling candlearms with leaf design, supported by figural and scenic decorated vessels on bronze base; H41” W16” 11” (2pcs) $1,000-2,000

Meiji period, mounted on French bronze stands and electrified; overall H42” Dia.10” $800-1,200 Provenance: purchase Oglethorpe Antiques, Georgia in 2000 Private collection

314 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD CENTER TABLE Qing dynasty, first half 19th century, serpentine moulded edge top with four small drawers, carved cabriole legs joined by platform base; H33” W36” D36” $600-900 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: Copy of the Bill of Sale available to purchaser.

315 KOREAN TANSU CHEST 19th century, two part cabinet with configuration of doors and drawers on molded bracket feet; H59” W40 3/4” D19” $500-800 Provenance: South Carolina estate

316 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE DUCK-FORM CENSERS OR BOXES Qing dynasty, vibrant enameled wings, cream-color body, and black tail, over brass; H7” L8 3/4” W3 1/2” (2pcs) $600-900 Provenance: Millicent Rogers, New York and Taos Thence by descent

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317 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD IMMORTAL FIGURES Qing or Republic period, pair holding fish and scroll, H7 3/4”; reclined figure with cup, L8 1/4”; and multi-figural with horse, H11 1/2” (4pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Private collection


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318 PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASES

319 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD AND MARBLE INSET PEDESTAL

320 CHINESE DECORATED PORCELAIN VASES AND CHARGER

321 CHINESE PORCELAIN PLAQUES IN WOOD FRAME

in the traditional taste, H23 1/2” (2pcs) $300-600

late 19th century, H18” Dia.22” $300-400

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

peach design each with pseudo marks, vase, H22 1/2”, Charger, Dia.15 1/2”; together with celadon incised decorated vase on stand, H26” (3pcs) $300-500

Republic period, various scenes of child and wise men, overall H56 3/4” W17 1/4” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Purchased in Asian in the 1950s South Carolina estate

322 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Republic period, baluster decorated in the Kangxi style, H12 3/4” $300-400 Provenance: Private collection

323 UTAGAWA KUNISADA (TOYOKUNI III) (Japanese, 1786-1864) three works: SCENES OF WOMEN woodblock, unframed, marked sheet H14 1/2” W9 3/4” and H9 3/4” W14 1/4” (3pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (L.1976.41-43)

324 JAPANESE PICTORIAL-PAINTED FABRIC PANEL

325 CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, MOUNTED AND CONVERTED TO LAMP

19th century, porcelain market scene with figures engaged unpacking, shopping and sell fine wares; unusually decorated with raised and layered figures and baskets, contained within frame; H48 1/2” W26 1/4” $200-400

Vase H20” and overall H36” $100-200 Provenance: H. Moog, Atlanta Private collection Other Notes: Underside with H. Moog Label

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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327 ELABORATE ANGLO-INDIAN CARVED CABINET 19th century, stepped molded crown and frieze, over long door and drawer and bun feet; spindle carved and turned design with floral motifs, accented by wrought metal mounts and exposed hinges; H85 1/2” W48” D21” $700-1,000

326 CHINESE CARVED STONE INCENSE BURNER Jin Chan, the golden toad or money frog, H4 1/2” W5 1/2” L9 3/8” $100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

328 PAIR MOROCCAN INLAID HARDWOOD TUB CHAIRS early 19th/early 20th century, intricate bone and nacre inlaids throughout, with later cushion; BH31” SH16 3/4” W25 1/2” D21” (2pcs) $500-1,000 Provenance: Private collection

329 NAILHEAD-DECORATED BLANKET CHEST 19th century, possibly Spanish, H22” W41 1/2” D21 1/4” $300-500 Provenance: Private collection

330 EMPIRE RETOUR D’EGYPTE STYLE ARMCHAIR highly carved Pharaonic design, BH39” SH17” W24” D23” $300-600 Provenance: Private collection

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Paleozoic Era (probably Cambrian Period, circa 500 million years); giant slab containing nine massive paradoxides arthropods (largest is 13-inches), and two small or partial fossils; the matrix approx. L50” W40”; which has been encased into coffee table made by Bob Ripley, overall H17 1/2” W56 1/4” D50 1/4” $3,000-4,000 Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: The table designed by Mr. Bob Ripley, S&B Woodwork, in Greenville, South Carolina.

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331 RARE MASSIVE TRILOBITE FOSSIL MATRIX, ENCASED IN COFFEE TABLE

332 BOB DOSTER DINING TABLE AND CHAIR SET (South Carolina, 20th century) ‘Dr. Seuss Table and Chair Set’, table is wrought-metal and glass, H30 1/2” W42” L84”; and eight chairs with upholstered seat; BH59” SH19” W17 1/2” D18” (9pcs) $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Private collection

333 CHAPMAN BRUSHED STAINLESS AND BRASS COFFEE TABLE H16 1/2” W48 1/2” D24 1/2” $300-500 Provenance: Southern Estate

334 PAIR MARBLE AND WROUGHT-METAL SIDE TABLES H27” W22” D22” (2pcs) $300-500 Provenance: Southern Estate

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View of the AA Terminal under construction, circa 1960

335 ROBERT SOWER (American, 1923-1990) AMERICAN AIRLINES TERMINAL, JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, 1960 eight architectural stained glass panels H170” W45 3/4” $1,500-2,500 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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336 SCULPTURAL HAND-BLOWN FREE-FORM ART GLASS CHANDELIER, ROBERT KUSTER

337 SCULPTURAL HAND-BLOWN FREE-FORM ART GLASS CHANDELIER, ROBERT KUSTER

(New Jersey/Arizona, 20th century) multi-color and multiform orb and spiral composition; H48” Dia.46” $1,500-2,500

ruby red multiform orb and spiral composition; H50” Dia.36” $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Fusion Art Glass, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida Private collection

Provenance: Fusion Art Glass, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida Private collection

338 COREY HUBBELL

339 JEREMY NEWMAN (TWISP RIVER GLASSWORKS)

(Washington, 20th century) SIX PLATTERS, Wall Display color art glass with wall sockets, signed from D5 1/4” Dia.16” to D10” Dia.25” (6pcs) $800-1,200

(Washington, 20th century) three FREE-FORM PLATTER, 2006 color glass, signed & dated H3 1/2” Dia.24” to 27” (3pcs) $500-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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340 VICTOR CHIARIZIA

341 RARE PAIR LALIQUE SWANS

(North Carolina, 20th century) ORGANIC FORMS studio art glass sculpture, signed H25 1/2” and 40 1/2” (2pcs) $500-800

France, circa 1945, clear and frosted glass Cygne Tete Droite and Cygne Tete Penchee, on etched oval mirror plateau; signed: Lalique, France; swans H10” L12” W8” and plateau L32” W22” (3pcs) $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

343 ROBERT KUSTER (BELLE MEAD HOT GLASS) (America, 20th century) BAMBOO FLOOR LAMP glass, metal rods, glass pebbles and wood stand H85” W18 1/4” D18 1/4” $800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1966.80-107, and G1975.81-81)

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344 VINTAGE STEUBEN CRYSTAL STEMWARE

345 COLLECTION OF CRYSTAL CATS, ZANETTI AND ORREFORS

346 ANGLO-IRISH CUT-CRYSTAL STEMS AND WINE RINSERS

Licio Zanetti arched back, H8” Licio Zanetti seated, H8 1/4” Orrefors seated, H9” unsigned recumbent, L12 1/2” (4pcs) $200-300

19th century, comprising: 8 goblets, H5 5/8” 8 cordials, H3 1/2” 8 wine rinsers, H4” W6” (24pcs) $400-600

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

Provenance: Descended in the Metcalf family

347 JAMES ROBERT VALERIO

348 WILL HENRY STEVENS

349 PETER HALLEY

(Illinois, b.1938) D.D., 1996 pencil on paper, framed, signed H29” W23” $1,500-2,500

(Louisiana, 1881-1949) SMOKEY MOUNTAINS LANDSCAPE watercolor, framed, signed sight H15 1/4” W11 1/4” $1,500-2,500

(New York, b.1953) FLUKE, 1991 silkscreen/lithograph, framed, signed & numbered 42/50 sight H25 1/2” W37 1/2” $1,000-1,500

Provenance: George Adams Gallery, New York Private collection

Provenance: Richard York Gallery, New York David Ramus Fine Art, Atlanta (No. 1988.28) Georgia private collection, 1994 Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

pattern 7737: 6 goblets, H7 1/4”, and 6 sherry, H5 1/4” pattern 8011: 6 cocktail/martini, H3 1/3” pattern 7924: 4 cordials, H5” pattern 7736: 6 shot glasses, H3” (28pcs) $400-600 Provenance: Private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by vintage Steuben catalogs from the 1957-60s.

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350 REBECCA READ DAVENPORT

351 REBECCA READ DAVENPORT

(Virginia, b.1943) UNTITLED, 1996 oil and mixed media on canvas, unframed, signed & dated H62” W96” $1,000-1,500

(Virginia, b.1943) ALIVE, 1999 (from the Carnival Series) mixed media and oil on canvas, signed H74” W106 1/4” $1,000-1,500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous museum collection

Other Notes: Ms. Davenport is a graduate of the Pratt Institute and the University of North Carolina. Her paintings can be found in numerous collections, including private and public collections, including the National Museum of American Art, the Corcoran Gallery, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Other Notes: Said to have been made for exhibition ‘Step Right Up! The Sideshow in American Culture’, however, the piece was too large for display.

352 JAMES WILLIE FAUST

353 ELIZABETH O’NEILL VERNER

354 DONNA CLAIR

(Indiana, b.1949) UNTITLED, 1973 acrylic on canvas, unframed as intended, signed & dated lower right H47 1/2” W47 1/2” $1,000-2,000

(South Carolina, 1883-1979) three works: ST MICHAELS ALLEY, STATE STREET, and POSTERN GATE, CHARLESTON etchings, framed, signed & titled in pencil sight H3 3/4” W2 1/2” (3pcs) $600-800

(New Mexico, b.1939) NEW MEXICO LANDSCAPE, 1978 oil on masonite, unframed, signed Donna Badynski & dated H24” W30” $500-700

Provenance: Estate of Starkey S. Flythe, Jr

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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355 RAY DAVENPORT

356 EDWARD VON SIEBOLD DINGLE

357 FREDERICK TANQUERAY ANDERSON

(South Carolina, 1927-2016) WORK BENCH, 1996 oil on canvas, framed, signed, titled & dated H44” W44” $500-900

(South Carolina, 1893-1975) CAROLINA WREN AND JESSAMINE (No. 2945) watercolor and gouache, framed, signed & titled H14” W10” $500-800

(Tennessee, 1846-1926) AUTUMN RIVERBANK SCENE watercolor, framed, signed & dated 1914 sight H4 3/4” W14” $800-1,200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

358 ENDRE SZASZ

359 SALVATORE ANTHONY GUARINO

360 EDMUND K YAGHJIAN

361 LARRY STUART CONNATSER

(Hungarian, 1926-2003) WOMAN IN PROFILE mixed media on paper, unframed, signed sheet H11 1/2” W8 3/4” $400-700

(Italian, 1882-1969) TIBERIO, CAPRI. ITALY oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H16” W20” $300-500

(South Carolina, 1903-1997) ALL DRESSED UP lacquer on board, framed, signed H15 3/4” W14” $300-500

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Private collection

(Georgia/North Carolina, 1938-1996) UNTITLED #376 acrylic on panel, framed, signed & dated 1967 H14” W10 1/2” $400-600

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Provenance: Private collection

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362 PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (AFTER)

363 PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (AFTER)

364 SALVADOR DALI (AFTER)

(French, 1841-1919) LE CHAPEAU EPINGLE etching, framed, signed in plate image H4 1/2” W3 1/4” $300-500

(French, 1841-1919) FEMME NUE COUCHEE (TOURNE A DROIT) etching, framed, unsigned plate H5” W7 1/2” $300-500

(Spanish, 1904-1989) two works: EL CID and DON QUIXOTE etching, framed, unsigned sight H12 1/4” W8 1/4” (2pcs) $400-600

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

365 ANDRE LHOTE (FOLLOWER/MANNER OF)

366 JAN VAN DAALEN

367 FRANK HOWARD MARSHALL

(French, 1885-1962) SEATED WOMAN oil on board, framed, bearing signature H14” W11” $300-500

(Dutch-American, 20th century) PACIFICA PLAYLAND ABANDONED oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H18” W24” $200-400

(California, 1866-1945) SEATED FIGURE oil on board, framed, signed on verso H10” W8” $200-400

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

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368 RUTH JEWELL

369 SHAIH LI-FA

370 CHARLES ADOLF EGLI

(Massachusetts, 1908-1999) ROCKPORT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH oil on canvas, framed, signed H8” W10” $200-300

(China, b.1938) LES AMOUREUX TRAHIS, 1967 etching and aquatint, framed, signed, dated & titled sight H19 3/4” W12 1/2” $200-300

(Swiss, 1894-1979) SUNSET ALONG COAST oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated 28 H23 3/4” W30 1/2” $200-400

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Southern Estate

371 LETICIA TARRAGO

372 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON

373 WILLIAM KOLLIKER

(Mexican, b.1923) two work: BESTIARIO, and LLUVIA DE PECES, c.1975 color etching and aquatint, signed, titled & numbered in pencil 88/100 sight H18 1/4” W14 1/2” and H12 1/4” W17” (2pcs) $200-400

(South Carolina, 1929-2004) two works: A SUCCESSFUL DAY IN CHARLESTON, and LEAPFROGGIN’ THE MAILBOXES IN CHARLESTON watercolor and ink, framed as pair, signed & titled sight H9 1/2” W7 1/4” (2pcs) $200-300

(Swiss/American, b.1905) pair works: PRE-COLUMBIAN BUSTS oil/acrylic on masonite, framed, signed H20” W16” (2pcs) $300-600

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Private collection

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374 ALEX POWERS

375 ROBERT ERIC MOORE, AWS

376 MARION HUSE

377 LAMAR BAKER

(South Carolina, b.1961) EINSTEIN gouache & charcoal on illustration board, unframed, signed sheet H30” W40” $200-300

(American, 1927-2006) two works: BEACH SURF, and COASTAL SCENE watercolor, framed, signed sight H11” W7 1/2” and H14 1/2” W6” (2pcs) $200-400

(Massachusetts, 1896-1967) FLOWERIER WHITE VASE oil on panel, framed, signed H9” W6 1/2” $150-250

(Georgia, 1908-1994) PLOW oil on canvas, framed, signed H44” W42” $500-800

Provenance: Millicent Rogers, New York and Taos Thence by descent

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate property

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378 LAMAR BAKER

379 LAMAR BAKER

380 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) A CHRISTMAS MEMORY oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H48” W32” $500-900

(Georgia, 1908-1994) LOCKS, 1974 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated H24” W18” $400-600

(Georgia, 1908-1994) BOOKS AND CANDLESTICK oil on canvas, framed, signed H32” W26” $400-600

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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381 LAMAR BAKER

382 LAMAR BAKER

383 LAMAR BAKER

384 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) STOVE, 1973 oil on canvas, framed, signed, dated & label on verso H36” W24” $300-500

(Georgia, 1908-1994) HANGING CORNER CABINET oil on canvas, framed, signed H36” W25” $300-500

(Georgia, 1908-1994) DRIFTWOOD oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W18” $300-500

(Georgia, 1908-1994) BLUE JEANS, 1974 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated H46” W26” $500-700

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

385 LAMAR BAKER

386 LAMAR BAKER

387 LAMAR BAKER

388 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) FARM DINNER BELL oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H48” W24” $500-700

(Georgia, 1908-1994) MILK CAN oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H48” W30” $500-800

(Georgia, 1908-1994) OLD BOOT oil on canvas, framed, signed H15” W17” $300-500

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

(Georgia, 1908-1994) THE DOLL WHO LOST HER HEAD OVER A TENOR oil on canvas, framed, signed & label on verso H11” W14” $300-500

Exhibitions: 18th National Sun Carnival Art Exhibition. Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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389 LAMAR BAKER

390 LAMAR BAKER

391 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) three works: STILL LIFE (Peaches, Squash, and Pitcher) oil on canvas, framed, signed H8” W10” and H10” W8” (3pcs) $300-500

(Georgia, 1908-1994) STILL LIFE OF MELONS AND GOURDS oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W24” $300-500

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

(Georgia, 1908-1994) two works: STILL LIFE (Pears with Grapes; and Bread Basket) oil on canvas, framed, signed & one dated 1988 H12” W16” and H11” W14” (2pcs) $400-600

392 LAMAR BAKER

393 LAMAR BAKER

394 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) CHAMPAGNE AND ROSES oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W36” $400-700

(Georgia, 1908-1994) COAST SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W24” $200-400

(Georgia, 1908-1994) HAT AND TIE oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W24” $300-500

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund


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395 LAMAR BAKER

396 LAMAR BAKER

397 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) JUGS AND IRON oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W36” $300-500

(Georgia, 1908-1994) DOLLS WITH ROCKING HORSE oil on canvas, framed, signed H22” W32” $400-600

(Georgia, 1908-1994) COFFEEPOT AND APPLE oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W24” $300-500

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

398 LAMAR BAKER

399 LAMAR BAKER

400 LAMAR BAKER

(Georgia, 1908-1994) SAW BLADES oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W36” $400-600

(Georgia, 1908-1994) STILL LIFE WITH PITCHER, circa 1965 oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H24” W30” $400-700

(Georgia, 1908-1994) TIE AND QUILT oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W36” $400-600

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

Exhibitions: 16th Sun Carnival Art Exhibition

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401 PERSIAN NAIN SILK AND WOOL CARPET

402 PERSIAN NAIN SILK AND WOOL CARPET

4’4” x 7’7” $700-1,000

3’7” x 6’7” $500-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

406 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

407 ANTIQUE PERSIAN FEREGHAN SAROUK CARPET

408 ANTIQUE TURKISH SILK CARPET

409 PERSIAN QUM SILK GARDEN DESIGN CARPET, SIGNED

410 ANTIQUE TURKISH HERIZ CARPET

late 19th century, 3’10” x 6’1” $500-800

circa 1925, 4’5” x 6’11” $400-700

circa 1930, 6’3” x 9’10” $600-900

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1956.196)

Provenance: South Carolina estate

with city and weavers name, 2’7” 4’2” $300-500

411 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KURDISH CARPET

412 ANTIQUE RUSSIAN KAZAK CARPET

413 ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

414 ANTIQUE PERSIAN LAVAR KERMAN CARPET

415 ANTIQUE PERSIAN AFSHAR CARPET

circa 1910, 4’11” x 8’8” $500-800

circa 1900, 4’3” x 5’7” $400-700

circa 1930, 3’3” x 4’8” $400-600

circa 1930, 4’5” x 6’8” $400-600

early 20th century, 4’3” x 7’2” $300-500

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: South Carolina estate

6’ x 8’9” $600-800 Provenance: Anonymous collection

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403 PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET

404 PERSIAN NAIN SILK CARPET

5’1” x 6’8” $400-700

4’4” x 7’1” $400-800

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

405 PERSIAN NAIN SILK AND WOOL CARPET 4’4” x 7’2” $600-800 Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

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416 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET 2’1” x 3’6” $200-300 Provenance: Private collection

420 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER circa 1950, 3’1” x 14’4” $400-700

417 PERSIAN NAIN SILK AND WOOL RUNNER

418 SEMI-ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER

419 SEMI-ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER

3’ x 12’2” $500-700

circa 1940, 4’6” x 12’8” $600-900

circa 1940, 3’4” x 10’6” $600-900

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

421 INDO HERIZ RUNNER

422 PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER

423 PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER

2’8” x 16’8” $300-500

3’5” x 10’10” $300-500

3’1” x 8’11” $300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Anonymous collection

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424 FRENCH SCHOOL, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

425 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

426 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL

OVAL PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY IN EMBROIDERED SILK COAT oil on canvas laid masonite, framed, unsigned H30” W23” $500-800

BRUGES CANAL SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed illegibly H16 1/4” W20 1/4” $300-500

WEDDING SCENE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H20” W23” $200-300

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Estate

427 CLEMENT CHARLES HENRI QUINTON

428 BAROQUE SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

429 ELISABETH LOUISE VIGEE LE BRUN (AFTER)

(French, 1851-1920) SHEPHERD WITH FLOCK NEAR COTTAGE oil on canvas, framed, signed H21 1/2” W25 1/2” $600-900

Two portraits: EMERICH SINELLI, and LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT oil on panel framed as pair, unsigned, bearing old label on verso H14 1/4” W10 1/8” (2pcs) $400-600

(French, 1755-1842) VIRGINIA LEBRUN (after the original self portrait, circa 1789) watercolor on ivory, frame, signed illegibly and dated, Rome 1886 H6 1/2” W4 3/4” $300-500

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

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Provenance: Descended in the Metcalf family Other Notes: Verso with notation painted from the original located at the Galleria San Luca, Rome.


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430 CURT MEYER-EBERHARDT

431 AREND HIJNER

432 JOHN GOULD

(German, 18995-1977) Three Works: KING CHARLES SPANIEL, TWO FAWNS, and FOX TERRIER Etching, framed, signed sight H8” W7”, H9 1/4” W12 1/4”, and H15, 1/2” W18 1/2” (3pcs) $400-600

(Dutch, 1866-1916) KITCHEN SCENE WITH WOMAN ARRANGING FLOWERS oil on canvas, framed, signed H26” W21 1/2” $300-500

(British, 1804-1881) AULACORAMPHUS ATROGULARIS (Black-throated Groove-bill toucan) colored lithograph, framed sight H19 1/2” W13 1/2” $400-600

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Descended in the Metcalf family Other Notes: Illustration from ‘The Birds of Great Britain’ by John Gould, printed in London, 1862-73.

433 HEDWIG MECHLE-GROSSMANN

434 LASZLO CSABAI PANTL

435 WILLEM FRANS HELFFERICH

(German, 1857-1928) ARRANGING FLOWERS oil on canvas, framed, signed with initial and dated H12” W16” $400-700

(Hungarian, 1904-1982) TATRA MOUNTAINS oil on canvas, framed, signed H20” W24” $200-300

(Dutch, 1871-1941) DUCKS NEAR WATER oil on board, framed, signed H11” W17 1/2” $200-400

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

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436 FRANZ XAVER PIELER

437 JEAN-JACQUES FLIPART

438 SALVATORE ANTHONY GUARINO

(Austrian, 1879-1952) FLORAL STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed H36” W24” $400-600

(French, 1719-1782) LE GATEAU DES ROIS (from the original Jean Baptiste Greuze, 1725-1805) engraving, framed, inscribed & dated 1777 plate H22 1/2” W25 3/4” $500-800

(Italian, 1882-1969) ITALIAN SCENES, VENICE AND CAPRI oil on board, framed, unsigned H10” W15” to H15” W9 3/4” (3pcs) $400-700

Provenance: Private collection

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Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

439 PIETRO ANTONIO MARTINI

440 LEON DANCHIN

441 FRIEDRICH WILHELM LION KUHNERT

(Italian, 1738-1797) VUE DE LA VILLE D’AVIGNON (after Joseph Vernet, 1714-1789) engraving, framed, titled and inscribed lower margins, circa 1782 image size H18” W28” $150-250

(French, 1887-1939) WILD DUCK IN FLIGHT OVER MARSH color engraving, framed, signed & numbered in pencil 197/500 image H15” W22 1/2” $200-300

(German, 1865-1926) ROE BUCK AND TWO HINDS pencil on paper, framed, unsigned sight H6” W8 1/2” $300-500

Provenance: Private collection

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Provenance: Sotheby’s-London (March 1984, Lot 395) Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1983.79)


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442 CONTINENTAL OR FRENCH SCHOOL 18TH/19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A LADY WITH IN MULBERRY AND BLUE SILK oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H28 1/2” W23 1/4” $500-800

443 HENRY WOODS

444 ERNEST CHAMPION BRADSHAW

(British, 1846-1921) pair: ITALIAN FIGURES oil on panel, framed, signed H7 1/4” W5” $500-700

(British, 1871-1955) MAHARAJA OF ALWAR, SHRI SAWAI, circa 1925 oil on canvas, framed, signed and inscribed on verso sight H13 1/2” W10” $500-1,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

445 BRITISH SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY

446 AUGUSTE NICOLAS CAIN

447 EMIL HUNDRIESER

448 GIAMBOLOGNA (AFTER)

PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN SILK DRESS oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30” W24 1/2” $1,000-2,000

(French, 1821-1894) LE REVEIL bronze, inscribed signature, Susse Freres Paris foundry mark H8 1/4” $300-500

(German, 1846-1911) STANDING NUDE carved wood, inscribed H13 1/2” $200-400

(Flemish/Italian, 1529-1608) MERCURY bronze on onyx base, unsigned H16” $300-500

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of Roger W. Powell

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449 CUSCO SCHOOL, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

450 CHARLES GEORGE LEWIS

451 ROBERT ALLAN

MADONNA WITH CHILD HOLDING CRYSTAL ORB AND ST ANTHONY OF PADUA AT THEIR FEET oil on canvas, unframed, unsigned H31” W22 1/2” $400-600

(British, 1808-1880) THE MILTON BREAKFAST (after Sir Francis Grant, 1803-1878) colored engraving, framed, signed and titled, published by Hodgson & Graves, London, 1839 sight H21 1/4” W29 3/4” $200-300

(British, late 19th century) pair works: HENLEY ON THAMES, and SONNING ON THAMES oil on canvas, framed, signed H16” W24” (2pcs) $300-500

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Southern Georgia Estate

Provenance: Private collection

452 CLIFFORD R. JAMES

453 HENRY MACBETH-RAEBURN

454 JAMES POLLARD

(British, fl.1930s) LONG JOURNEY HOME mezzotint, framed, signed in pencil sight H16” W20 1/2” $200-300

(British, 1860-1947) SELLING THE HARVEST, 1933 mezzotint, framed, signed & dated sheet H17” W21 3/4” $100-200

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

(British, 1792-1867) Pair Works: THE ROYAL MAILS, STARTING FROM THE GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON, and PAIR-HORSE SHORT STAGE COACH aquatint, framed sight H13 1/2” W16 3/4” (2pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Private collection

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455 ELEAZAR ALBIN & FRANCOIS-NICOLAS MARTINET

456 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

457 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT

(British, fl.1690-1742 & French, 1725-1804) three works: THE WATER CURLEW, THE LAPWING PLOVER, and TANGARA HUPE DE LA GUIANE colored engravings, framed sight H10 1/2” W8 1/2” and H10 1/2” W8 3/4” (3pcs) $400-600

FISHERMAN HEADING IN oil on canvas, framed, signed illegibly H13” W17” $200-400

(Scottish, 1880-1969) FOUR SISTERS, CHAZELET color print, framed, signed in pencil, with blind stamp image H18” W23 1/2” $200-300

Provenance: Coles & Company, Inc Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.1985.41.21-23)

458 JOHN ROSS KEY

459 C. HJALMAR ‘CAPPY’ AMUNDSEN

460 JAMES WELLS CHAMPNEY

(Maryland/DC, 1837-1920) LAKE SCENE, 1879 oil on board, framed, signed & dated H8” W10” $400-600

(New York/Massachusetts, 1911-2001) COASTAL COTTAGES oil on canvasboard, framed, signed with pseudonym F.H. McKay H8” W10” $200-300

(Massachusetts/New York, 1843-1903) PORTRAIT OF A CHILD pastel, framed, signed sight H18 1/4” W15” $200-300

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Estate

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461 CAPE ANN MASSACHUSETTS ART COLONY, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

462 AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

CLIPPER SHIP oil on canvas, framed, signed with pseudonym, T. Bailey H24” W32” $200-400

SENTINEL ROCK YOSEMITE pastel, framed, signed with initial AB sight H12” W23 1/2” $400-700

(American, late 19th century) MILL CREEK CANYON, 1951 watercolor, framed, signed, dated & titled sight H7” W11” $200-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate property

464 FREDERICK MORTIMER LAMB

465 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY

466 JULIE FORD OLIVER

(Massachusetts, 1861-1936) WOODED LANDSCAPE, 1904 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated H22” W28” $400-600

DESERT MOUNTAINS oil on canvas, framed, signed Paaker H24” W30” $300-400

(New Mexico/Texas, 20th century) FARMERS MARKET oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled H11” W14” $400-600

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

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463 WILLIAM ADAM

Provenance: Estate property

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467 JAMES LEWY

468 DWIGHT CLAY HOLMES

469 COWLES MYLES COLLIER (ATTRIBUTED TO)

(American, 19th century) CATTLE IN PASTURE oil on board, framed, signed H13” W18” $200-400

(Texas/California, 1900-1986) CALM SEAS AT DUSK oil on board, framed, signed H7 3/4” W9 3/4” $200-300

(Virginia, 1836-1908) SHIP ON CALM SEAS AT DUSK oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H32” W26” $400-700

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Estate property

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (G.2000.21.5)

470 FREDERIC REMINGTON (AFTER)

471 EDWARD B. CHOPE

472 ENGLISH OAK HANGING CORNER CABINET

(New York, 1861-1909) BRONCO BUSTER bronze, on marble base, bearing signature H22 1/2” W21” D8 3/4” $300-500

(American, 20th century) THE FISHERMAN color enameled bronze on marble base, signed & numbered AP/75 H32” W37” D16” $500-700

early 19th century, with paneled doors; H41” W34 1/2” D19” $300-400

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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473 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS

474 BAKER CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR SET

crossbanded top, two over three drawers, starburst concave inlaid bottom drawer; H42” W41” D19 1/2” $600-900

two arm and eight side chairs, upholstered in blue leather; BH37 1/2” SH19” W23 1/2” D22 1/2” (10pcs) $800-1,200

serpentine top, configuration of five drawers and four doors, including two wine drawers; raised on tapered legs; H40” W90” D23 1/2” $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Southern Estate

476 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY BLOCK FRONT BUREAU BOOKCASE

477 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY BLOCK FRONT DESK

478 FEDERAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

broken arch crown, arched doors opening fitted in interior; the lower part with slant lid and fitted interior above drawers and balland-claw feet; bench made; H101” W42” D24” $1,000-2,000

slant front, fitted interior, on ball-and-claw feet; H45” W42 1/2” D23 1/2” $700-900

tambour slide, folding top, and tapered legs; H71 1/2” W36” D19 1/2” $400-600

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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475 FEDERAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

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479 HANCOCK & MOORE LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY WINGBACK CHAIR BH42” SH20” W30” D30” $300-400 Provenance: Private collection


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480 CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURAL MOLDED BAR CABINET

481 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE

with recessing door; H89” W48” D23” $500-700

H32” W44 1/2” D21” $400-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

482 FEDERAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE-FRONT GAMES TABLE H30” W35 3/4” D17 1/2” $200-400 Provenance: South Carolina estate

483 PAIR CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS

484 FEDERAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY GAMES TABLE

upholstered; BH38” SH18” W37” D31” (2pcs) $400-600

D-shaped folding top, inlaid papered legs; bench made; H29 1/2” W36” D18 1/2” $300-400

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: South Carolina estate

485 REGENCY STYLE ARMCHAIR AND OTTOMAN, FERGUSON COPELAND LTD carved painted wood with gilded decorations; chair BH34” SH20” W32” D33”, ottoman H16” W32” D26 1/2” (2pcs) $300-400 Provenance: Southern Estate

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

487 BAKER HISTORIC CHARLESTON INLAID MAHOGANY CONSOLE CABINET

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

crossbanded breakfront top, above doors and molded base; H34” W73” D19” $400-700

Provenance: Pennsylvania collection

Provenance: Private collection

489 KITTINGER EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY AND MARBLE CENTER TABLE

490 GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BACHELOR’S CHEST

491 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE UPHOLSTERED CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY CHAIR

tapered column supports, brass mounts, and platform base; H30” Dia.32” $300-500

hinged flip top above drawers and bracket feet; H31 3/4” W31 1/4” D14 1/2” $300-500

BH33 1/2” SH16” W25” D26” $200-400

Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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488 PAIR KITTINGER MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES H27 1/2” W26” D26” (2pcs) $200-400 Provenance: Southern Estate

Provenance: Southern Estate


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492 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY AND YEW GAMES TABLE hinged folding top with chessboard, sliding drawer with backgammon board; H31” W24” D24” $300-400

493 GEORGIAN STYLE LEATHER AND MAHOGANY WINGBACK ARMCHAIR, BY HICKORY

494 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY HANDKERCHIEF GAMES TABLE

BH50 1/2” SH20” W33” D30” $300-400

swivel folding top with drawer and on tapered legs; bench made; H30” W22” D22” $300-400

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

495 PAIR SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS circa 1900, shield backs, pierced splats with carved Prince of Wales plume, tapered legs with spade feet; BH37” SH18” W21” D19” (2pcs) $150-300 Provenance: Private collection

496 CONTINENTAL BRONZE AND GLASS TABLE-TOP VITRINE, AND MAHOGANY TABLE

497 WILLIAM & MARY STYLE LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED WALNUT SETTEE

498 STAINED GLASS PANEL MOUNTED IN MAHOGANY TABLE

first half 20th century, vitrine H6” L27 1/4” D15 1/4”, and Queen Anne style table, H29” W30” D21” $400-700

early 20th century, BH43” SH18” W47” D28” $300-400

circa 1900, table of later date, H17” W30” D22 1/2” $300-400

Provenance: Anonymous collection

Provenance: DeWitt T. Warner, Berlin Consulate Thence by descent

Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Other Notes: Dewitt T. Warner (1898-1992) worked in the US Embassy in England (1930-1935), at which time he was relocated to the Berlin Consulate (1935-1939).

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499 SHERATON STYLE TALL POST BED H77 1/2” W64” L84 1/2” $200-300 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

500 REGENCY STYLE PARCEL-GILT MAHOGANY WRITING DESK H30” W59” D27” $300-500

501 PAIR MAHOGANY URN STANDS/SIDE TABLES H26” W13 1/4” D14” (2pcs) $200-300 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

Provenance: Private collection

502 MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, BIGGS H86” W39” D20” $300-500 Provenance: Estate of a southern gentleman

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503 PAIR LEATHER UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS, BERNHARDT CO

504 LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE-MOUNTED MAHOGANY BUREAU PLAT

BH37” SH18” W38” D38” (2pcs) $400-600

H31” W65” D32” $500-700

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

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505 LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY INLAID MARBLE TOP SIDE TABLE

506 GRECIAN STYLE PAINTED AND GILDED BENCH

late 19th/early 20th century, H29” W24” D16” $200-400

scrolling armrest and carved hairy paw feet; H24 1/2” W64” D25” $300-500

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

507 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CHINOISERIE DECORATED MIRROR, FRIEDMAN BROS gilded accents, and old label: F.B. Decorative Arts; H47 1/2” W24 1/2” $200-400 Provenance: South Carolina estate

508 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

509 VENETIAN MIRROR

510 CHAPMAN LAMPS AND SCONCES

20th century, shell and scroll carved frame centering beveled looking glass; H44” W56” $300-500

20th century, H44” W30” $300-400

pair table lamps, H38” student style desk lamp, H31” pair wall sconces, H17” (5pcs) $300-600

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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Bidders & Buyers Information

Guide for Prospective Buyers Bidding and buying at auction is an exciting and fast-paced process. If you have never participated in a live sale before, we encourage you to consult with one of our staff members to discuss how the process works. Terms & Conditions of Sale: Charlton Hall encourages prospective buyers to read the Conditions of Sale printed in the back of this catalogue for more complete information. Registration: All prospective bidders must have an active Charlton Hall account in good standing, complete a Registration Form, and provide a government-issued photo ID for each sale. First-Time Registration: If you have never registered to bid at Charlton Hall, you must complete our Account Setup Form, present a government-issued photo ID, and be approved. At the discretion of Charlton Hall, prospective bidders may be required to provide a deposit against bids. Preview Exhibition: Charlton Hall offers auction previews leading up to every sale. Galleries are open to the public for preview during printed dates and by appointment. Condition Reports: Charlton Hall and its staff will be pleased to issue Condition Reports for any lot offered. Please note that our staff and specialists are not professional conservators, and that statements of condition are only our opinion. Please remember all lots are sold “AS IS”, and as stated in the Terms & Conditions governing each sale, we strongly encourage bidders or their agents to examine property first-hand prior to bidding. Bidding: We are pleased to offer various bidding platforms at Charlton Hall. You may wish to attend and bid in person, or make prior arrangements to bid by Phone, Absentee, or view the sale live via Live Internet bidding. Please keep in mind the highest bidder acknowledged by our auctioneer will be the purchaser of the item. Although our auctioneer is highly skilled and competent, due to technology and human error, there is always the possibility a bid may be seen or entered too late, and the bidder must acknowledge that once the auctioneer closes bidding, the sale is final. Please see Terms & Conditions of Sale for bid increments, and additional information governing each sale. Payment: In addition to the hammer price, the winning bidder agrees to pay Charlton Hall a buyer’s premium, as well as any applicable taxes. All payments are due immediately following the auction. Payment may be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, bank wire transfer or a pre-approved US bank-drawn check. Charlton Hall accepts credit cards from domestic buyers up to $5000, a 4% surcharge will apply. International buyers are required to pay bank wire transfer. Pickup & Shipping: We request all purchased lots be removed from the premises within 5 business days. Charlton Hall and its staff will provide a list of recommended shippers and packers whom our worldwide clients have successfully used. For prompt service, we request 24-hour notification of a scheduled pickup appointment.

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Terms & Conditions of Sale REGISTRATION FOR BIDDING. All prospective bidders must have an active Charlton Hall Account in good standing, sign Registration Form and provide government issued photo ID for each sale. *If you would like to establish an account with our firm, please complete Account Setup Form and provide government issued photo ID. *At the discretion of Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., prospective bidders may be required to provide a deposit against bids. 1. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and all lots are sold as shown and “AS IS”, “WHERE IS”, with all faults, imperfections, and errors of description. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., their employees and/or agents are not responsible for errors of description, genuineness or authenticity, and fault or defect in any lot. No warranties or representations whatsoever are given by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., its employees and/or agents, to any buyer in respect to any lot. 2. ALL PAYMENTS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING AUCTION, and all merchandise must be removed from the premises the day of the auction. Payment can be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, bank wire transfer, or local pre-approved checks. Merchandise paid for with US bank drawn pre-approved check or foreign cashier’s check will be held for 10 banking days. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. accepts credit cards from domestic buyers up to $5000, credit card payment will include an additional 4% surcharge. International buyers are required to pay bank wire transfer. 3. We do not give refunds. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. represents and sells consigned property on behalf of sellers, estates, public and private institutions and other entities. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. recommends prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest. All lots offered are available for your examination prior to auction date. Registering for a sale and placing bids on any lot signifies that you or your agent have examined the property as fully as you desire. Written and oral descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, materials or any other feature of any lot being sold. If you require absolute certainty in all areas of authenticity, and the results of your evaluation leave uncertainty in your mind, we recommend you not bid on the lot in question. All sales are final, and no refunds will be given. No statement written or oral made by the auctioneer shall be deemed a warranty or assumption of liability by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. or by any seller represented by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. 4. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the buyer of that lot. In the event of any dispute, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion to either determine the successful bidder or to re-offer for bidding, the lot in dispute. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. has sole discretion to refuse any bid, to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, and to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale. 5. Some lots may be offered subject to a reserve, which is a minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. may implement such reserves by bidding on behalf of the seller. 6. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., reserves the right to allow its employees to bid competitively at all auctions. 7. A buyer’s premium of 25% of the successful bid price will be added to each lot thereto and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price of each lot. Credit card payment will include an additional 4% surcharge.

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8. Sales Tax: All purchases, including buyer’s premium, are subject to the collection of South Carolina state and local sales taxes. Buyers will be required to pay 7% sales tax at the time of payment unless the registered buyer provides Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. with a valid Retail License Number, and can completes the ST-8A Resale Certificate submitted with a copy of said retail license. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. complies with

South Carolina State and Local Tax Laws, which are subject to change without notice. 9. CONDITION REPORTS: Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., and its employees will provide, upon request, condition reports and additional photographs for items contained within the current auction catalog. This service is provided as a courtesy only and requesting a condition report in no way changes article #1 of Conditions of Sale. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to inspect each lot yourself or have an agent do so on your behalf. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., or its employees is merely a subjective qualified opinion, notwithstanding written reports or any discussion concerning condition in this catalog. Condition reports are provided by request on a “first come, first served” basis, making it imperative that requests are submitted early. Requests submitted close to auction date may not be completed. NOTICE TO BIDDER: Estimated Weights and Measurements: All weights in our catalogue descriptions have been estimated through volumetric proportions and are to be considered approximations and are not to be relied on to be exact. The term “all-in” relating to weight means the weight includes all the components of the item. Jewelry: Unless stated otherwise, all diamonds and other precious stones have been measured and graded in their settings. Some jewelry and/or stones are accompanied by certificates prepared by gemological laboratories. These certificates are provided as a convenience to our clients and are not warranted by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. Metal weights given for jewelry includes stones unless stated otherwise. Buyers should be reminded that many colored gemstones have historically been treated to enhance their appearance. Clocks and Watches: No guarantee is given as to the working order of clocks or watches. Most of these items have been repaired over the course of time and may now have parts not original to them. Unless stated otherwise, weight measurements include the works. 10. TELEPHONE & ABSENTEE BIDDING: As a service, Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. provides several absentee bidding formats to those who cannot or choose not to attend the auction in person. Written absentee bids are accepted and must be submitted on a Charlton Hall Absentee Bid Form, copies of which can be found in the printed catalog or on our website. Bidding by telephone can also be arranged by c. ompleting the Charlton Hall Bid Form for some sales, Bid Forms can be found on our website. Due to processing time constraints, these bid forms must be submitted 24-hours prior to the auction. Additional terms are outlined on these Absentee Bid Forms. By submitting an Bid Form, prospective purchasers consent and agree to the Conditions of Sale. Absentee bidding is a convenience offered to Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. customers and while we make every effort to execute your instructions regarding your Absentee or Telephone Bid, Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. is not liable or responsible for any errors or failure to execute such instructions. 11. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING: Live internet bidding is also possible through our website www.CharltonHallAuctions.com and via Invaluable. Online bidders will pay a Buyer’s Premium of 25% in addition to the hammer price. Charlton Hall undertakes the execution of online bidding as a convenience for clients and is not responsible for any failure or error in the execution of bids. In the event of a tie bid, the floor bidder will be the winning bidder of record.

12. SHIPPING: Charlton Hall Galleries does not ship any merchandise purchased at auction. We will be pleased to provide a list of shippers and packers that our worldwide base of clients has successfully used, or you can have your own shipper handle your purchases. Please contact the shipper of your choice to arrange for pick up and packing of your items. Your items will be released as soon a payment clears our bank. We request that your shipper schedules pick up times at least 24 hours in advance; this will ensure no delays in pick up, and release of your purchases.

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13. EXPORT LICENSES AND PERMITS: Certain property sold at auction may be made of or contain elements of endangered and other protected species of wildlife. Such material includes, among other things, tortoiseshell, ivory, crocodile skin, whale bone, certain species of coral and other animal bone. These materials may be subject to laws governing export from the United States or import into a foreign country (i.e.: endangered species). Several 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. 14. FIREARMS: Charlton Hall Galleries Inc. is a (FFL) Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer, and strictly adhere to all applicable State and Federal Laws and Regulations. Please inquire about firearm sale, receiving, and shipping prior to purchasing. FIREARM PURCHASES: Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., it’s employees, and/or consultants make no warranties or representations whatsoever concerning the operation, 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 before use. CharltonHall 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. 15. 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 catalogue or available upon request. 16. 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 West Columbia, South Carolina legal system. 17. 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.

without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total 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 confirmed their authenticity. 19. 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 premises for more than 5 days following the sale. 20. 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 25% will be deducted from the proceeds. 21. Your bid is a legally binding contract. If you are the successful bidder, you have entered into a contract to purchase the property which you bid from the seller. You should contact Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. to resolve any questions prior to placing any bids. 22. The use of a live internet bidding service maybe 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. 23. 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. 24. Bid increments: Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and generally advances as indicated on bid sheet. All bids submitted out of increment will be rounded to the nearest increment.

Should you have any questions about the Terms & Conditions governing the sale, please feel to contact us prior to bidding.

18. 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 WWW.CHARLTONHALLAUCTIONS.COM

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C H A R LT O N H A L L Specialists for this Sale Ronald D. Long Kinga Bender Client Services Simone S. Perry 803.779.5678 Consignments Director Kinga Bender 803.779.5678 ext 220 Consulting Specialists Prof. Ronald E. Bridwell Russell Lipscomb J. Wesley Timmerman Regional Representative Joseph E. Aulisi International Representative Hermann L.A. Sommersell

Gallery & Offices 7 Lexington Drive West Columbia, SC 29170 Tel: 803.779.5678 Fax: 803.733.1701 email: info@CharltonHallAuctions.com www.CharltonHallAuctions.com Office & Pick Up Hours Monday - Thursday morning 10:00 to 11:30am afternoon 1:00 to 4:00pm open by pre-scheduled appointment only Operations Director Jeffery D. Long Corporate Official Ronald D. Long, President Auctioneer & Firm Licenses Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., Firm 1316F Ronald D. Long, SCAL No. 509 Betsy J. Hackett-Davis, SCAL No. 4229 Jeffery D. Long, SCAL No. 3942

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CHARLTON HALL The Southeast’s Oldest Auction Firm, Since 1929

7 Lexington Drive • West Columbia, South Carolina 29170 Tel: 803.779.5678 Fax: 803.733.1701

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