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Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll Treasures from a Prominent New York & Florida Collection at Auction

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Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll Treasures from a Prominent New York & Florida Collection at Auction

SALE DATES & TIMES: Friday 6 December, beginning at 1pm (Lots 1-400) Saturday 7 December, beginning at 10am (Lots 400-1012)

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Important Estate & Private Collections Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Estate of Dr. William Simons Bradham, Sr., Columbia, South Carolina Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina Estate of William E. Reid, Aiken, South Carolina Estate of Lisa R. Kurts, Memphis, Tennessee Property from Enfield House, Cheraw, South Carolina Burlingame, California Cambria, California San Francisco, California Coconut Grove, Florida Crystal River, Florida Deerfield Beach, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Sarasota, Florida Atlanta, Georgia Barnesville, Georgia Big Canoe, Georgia Carrollton, Georgia Grey, Georgia Griffin, Georgia Macon, Georgia Savannah, Georgia St. Simons Island, Georgia

Sylvania, Georgia Tybee Island, Georgia Bartonville, Illinois Indianapolis, Indiana Bozeman, Montana Long Beach, New York New York, New York Asheville, North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina Cornelius, North Carolina Matthews, North Carolina Winston-Salem, North Carolina Columbus, Ohio Newton, Pennsylvania Aiken, South Carolina Anderson, South Carolina Bluffton, South Carolina

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Camden, South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Florence, South Carolina Greenville, South Carolina Greer, South Carolina Hickory Grove, South Carolina Hilton Head Island, South Carolina Little River, South Carolina Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina Prosperity, South Carolina St. George, South Carolina Summerville, South Carolina Fort Worth, Texas Richmond, Virginia Smithfield, Virginia Seattle, Washington


Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll

Charlton Hall is pleased to present the estate of Dr. Roger Stoll (1926-2010) to the public at auction. A prominent private practice radiologist in New York, Dr. Stoll was also associated with the prestigious Mt. Sinai and Beth Israel Hospitals throughout his career. Dr. Stoll began the pursuit of his collection after he was introduced to Far Eastern art by friends in Japan. Although their eclectic collection began with and was focused primarily on the Far East, the Stolls were also avid collectors of European art. Enthusiastic world travelers, the couple toured the globe often and enjoyed visiting India, Tibet, and Nepal several year. Through a close relationship with Martin Lerner, the Curator of Indian and Southeast Asian art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the philanthropic Stolls donated several pieces that are now on permanent display. In addition to donating to the Metropolitan Museum, they bequeathed objects to other museums both in the New York area and worldwide. The Stolls spent a lifetime in pursuit of developing an awareness of and appreciation for Asian art, and Charlton Hall is excited to give the public an opportunity to share their treasures.

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Important Fine & Decorative Arts American & English Furniture, Silver, Art, and Sporting Guns

Session I 6 December Friday at 1pm

Lots 1-399

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1 RARE SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JUG, LUCIUS JORDON

2 RARE SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JUG, LUCIUS JORDON

3 RARE SOUTHERN STONEWARE DOUBLE-HANDLE STORAGE JAR, LUCIUS JORDON

Georgia, circa 1850, alkaline-glaze ovoid form with tooled rim and incised decoration flanked by strap handle, unmarked. H17 1/2”

Georgia, circa 1850, alkaline-glaze ovoid form with tooled rim and incised decoration flanked by strap handle, incised mark LJ. H12 1/2”

Georgia, circa 1850, alkaline-glaze cylinder form with tooled rim flanked by strap handles, unmarked. H8 1/4”

$3,000-4,000

$2,500-3,500

Provenance: Grey, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Grey, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Grey, Georgia private collection

Literature: Burrison, John A. BROTHERS IN CLAY: A STORY OF GEORGIA FOLK POTTERY. Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1995, pp.124-5.

Literature: Burrison, John A. BROTHERS IN CLAY: A STORY OF GEORGIA FOLK POTTERY. Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1995, pp.124-5.

$1,000-1,500 Literature: Burrison, John A. BROTHERS IN CLAY: A STORY OF GEORGIA FOLK POTTERY. Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1995, pp.124-5.

4 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR BY DAVE dated August 18, 1851, tooled rim over ovoid body flanked by handles, incised with date and LM and double slash. H14 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

5 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR, DAVE SIGNED LM circa 1855, flared rim on ovoid body flanked by ear-form handles, in grey-brown glaze, inscribed: LM and X on shoulder. H13 1/2”

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Provenance: Long Beach, New York private collection


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6 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR, ATTRIBUTED TO DAVE

7 RARE SOUTHERN DECORATED STONEWARE CANNING JAR, ROBERT MATHIS

10 SOUTHERN DECORATED STONEWARE CANNING JAR, ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHANDLER

circa 1845, rich greenish-brown glazed ovoid body flanked by handles. H14 1/2”

circa 1840, bulbous ovoid vessel flanked by handles, centering flower sprig and stamped: M. H10 1/2”

$1,500-2,500

$1,500-2,500

circa 1845, cylindrical body with pronounced shoulder and flared rim, alkaline-glazed and kaolin slip loop design. H10 1/2”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$600-900 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

8 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR, ATTRIBUTED TO DAVE circa 1860, tooled rim and shoulder on ovoid body flanked by handles in rich brown glaze; incised: X. H12 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: St. George, South Carolina private collection

9 SOUTHERN STONEWARE STORAGE JAR, ATTRIBUTED TO DAVE circa 1860, tooled rim and shoulder on ovoid body flanked by handles in rich brown glaze; incised: X. H13”

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

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11 WILLIAM AIKEN WALKER (South Carolina/Louisiana, 1838-1921) WASH DAY, circa 1880s oil on academy board, period frame, signed lower left H9 1/4” W12”

$12,000-18,000 Provenance: Kentucky private collection

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12 WILLIAM AIKEN WALKER (South Carolina/Louisiana, 1838-1921) THE COTTON FIELD, circa 1880s oil on academy board, period frame, signed lower left H6 1/4” W12”

$9,000-12,000 Provenance: Kentucky private collection

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14 THOMAS SULLY (English/Pennsylvania, 1783-1872) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG CHARLESTON LADY, 1826 watercolor, period frame, signed & dated lower right sight: H9 1/2” W7 1/2”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

15 WENONAH DAY BELL (Georgia, 1890-1981) UNICORN DREAM, 1944 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H30” W24”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: New York, New York collection

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13 ALFRED HEBER HUTTY (New York/South Carolina, 1877-1954) JENKINS BAND, circa 1933 drypoint, framed, signed lower right, titled extreme lower left, numbered extreme lower right: 20 plate: H10 1/2” W9 3/4”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Collection of a Southern gentleman. Literature: Arnold, Sara C. THE LIFE AND ART OF ALFRED HUTTY. Columbia, SC: USC Press, 2012. p.147, cat.135

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16 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (South Carolina, 1929-2004) CHILD OF GOD, circa 1983 watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: H27” W19”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection Purchased from the artist in her studio at a private showing before the work was offered to the public, circa 1983. Other Notes: This image was used by Fouche on her personal Christmas cards.

17 SKETCHBOOK RECORDING AN ARTIST’S TRAVELS AND VISION BY VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON 15

(South Carolina, 1929-2004), circa late 1970s, close to 100 different vignettes in 45-page hardbound sketchbook, page size H11” W8 1/2”, mostly graphite & ink with six watercolors of Monhegan, Maine and sketches in and around Shem Creek & Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina; an excellent record of an artist’s creative process.

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$500-700 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection Descended in the Fouche family

18 SOUTHERN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY THOMAS “STONEWALL” JACKSON oil on canvas, monumental period frame, unsigned H50” W40”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

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21 CHRISTOPHER P.H. MURPHY (Georgia, 1869-1939) SUNDAY AFTERNOON, March 1921 watercolor on illustration board, framed, titled & dated verso H12 5/8” W11”

$1,500-2,500 22 BEVERLY BUCHANAN (Georgia, b. 1940) four floral still lifes, oil pastel, framed, some signed & two dated 1985 sight sizes averaging H23” W18” (4pcs)

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(Georgia, 20th century) five panels depicting different endeavors of university education, comissioned in 1995 by the owners of “Everybody’s Pizza,” a campus staple for the students and graduate students of Emory University. THEOLOGY, HUMANITIES, JURISPRUDENCE, MEDICAL ARTS, and PHILOSOPHY, acrylic on wood panels, each signed lower right & inscribed & dated verso. H72” W26 1/4” each (5pcs)

(Georgia, 1902-1973) BARBER POLE, BAY STREET, CHARLESTON, circa 1950 watercolor & gouache, framed, initaled lower right, titled verso sheet: H8 1/2” W11”

$800-1,200

Other Notes: Born in Fuquay, North Carolina, artist Beverly Buchanan grew up in Orangeburg, SC where her father was Dean of South Carolina State College. Before attending classes at the Art Student’s League in New York, she graduated from Bennett College in Greensboro, NC and earned two masters degrees from Columbia University. Buchanan was heavily influenced by her friend and fellow North Carolinian Romare Bearden. Buchanan’s work is influenced by her Southern roots, especially the vernacular architecture of Georgia.

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection Commissioned for Everybody’s Pizza, near the campus of Emory University

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24 PAIR BEVERLY BUCHANAN CONSTRUCTIONS (Georgia, b. 1940) LARRY’S GARDEN and HOUSE corrugated paperboard, oil, oil pastel & mixed media, one signed both approx. H13” D6” W6” (2pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection Other Notes: See lot #22.

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23 BEVERLY BUCHANAN (Georgia, b. 1940) Two works: BLOSSOM and LILLIES mixed media, framed, signed, one dated 1985 sight H31” W39 1/2” & H18” W23” together with an exhibition poster for a Buchanan show at Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, Greene St, New York, 1993 sight: H24” W36 1/2” (3pcs)

25 BEVERLY BUCHANAN (Georgia, b. 1940) FRUIT STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H11” W14” together with three framed prints, CALLA LILLIES (2), HOUSES and ANGEL CHRISTMAS CARD, ink on cardstock, unframed sizes ranging from H6” W8” to H6” W5” (5pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection Other Notes: See lot #22.

$800-1,200 Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection Other Notes: See lot #22.

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(Georgia, b. 1940) five floral still lifes & one abstract, all mixed media, all framed, some signed sizes ranging from H20” W13” to H5 1/2” W4” (6pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection Other Notes: See lot #22.

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28 GEORGE DANIEL HOFFMAN (South Carolina/New York, 1915-1999) Three works: FLORAL STILL LIFES pastel, framed, signed lower right, one dated 1996 sight: H19” W23”, H18” W17” & H22” W18” (3pcs)

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

29 H.E. LEFEVRE (Louisiana, 19th century) PICNICKING CREOLES, 1877 oil on canvas, original frame, signed & dated lower right H12” W18”

$500-700 Exhibitions: DOWNRIVER: CURRENTS OF STYLE IN LOUISIANA PAINTING 1800-1950, New Orleans Museum of Art, November 10 - December 30, 1990.

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27 GEORGE DANIEL HOFFMAN (South Carolina/New York, 1915-1999) AZALEAS oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H32” W20”

$200-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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PORTRAIT OF AN AFRICAN AMERICAN LADY, circa 1930-40 oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H20” W18”

$200-400

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Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923)

31 AMERICAN CHERRY CHEST-ON-CHEST, POSSIBLY CONNECTICUT VALLEY circa 1780, broken-arch bonnet top with finials above five small drawers and four long graduated drawers, lower part with four graduated drawers, on ogee and ball-and-claw carved feet. H89” W42” D21”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923) early Connecticut preservationist, by descent to present owner an Asheville, North Carolina private collector.

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Other Notes: Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923) played an influential role in the preservation of Connecticut’s history. Holcombe, a Connecticut native, had a deep sense of pride in her home state and sought to encourage others to adopt an appreciation for its colonial past. During what came to be known as the Colonial Revival, Americans began to recognize the importance of preserving the history of their country amidst the intensive changes brought on by the industrialization of their cities. Holcombe was a pioneer of this effort, and supported many organizations and preservation efforts in Connecticut. A founder of the Ruth Wyllys Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, she served as regent from its inception in 1892 until 1903. During her tenure there, Holcombe sought to restore the Ancient Burying Ground of Hartford, a task in which she was immensely successful. In addition to founding a chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Holcombe also helped found the Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames of America. Holcombe used her influence in these societies to help with the development of historic home museums and preservation of the Old State House, and also fought for the nickname of Connecticut to be changed to the Constitution State, to better acknowledge the state’s rich history than its prior nickname of the Nutmeg State. Holcombe’s preservation efforts are remembered to this day.

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34 AMERICAN FEDERAL MAHOGANY MIRROR 19th century, shaped frame centering looking glass. H32 1/2” W17 1/2” 33

32 CLASSICAL TIGER MAPLE AND CANE KLISMOS CHAIRS, SET OF SIX circa 1825, divided back legs flanking piercework splat, with caned seat, on saber legs. BH32 1/2” SH17 1/2”

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina private collection

33 FEDERAL CARVED GILTWOOD LOOKING GLASS circa 1830, molded crown over half-column supports and three divided sections. H30” W69” D4 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923) early Connecticut preservationist, by descent to present owner an Asheville, North Carolina private collector.

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$400-600 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

35 FEDERAL CHERRY OXBOW-FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS, POSSIBLY HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT circa 1790, molded oxbow-shaped top over four long graduated drawers of conforming shape, on carved ogee bracket feet. H32” W36” D21”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923) early Connecticut preservationist, by descent to present owner Asheville, North Carolina private collector. Other Notes: See lot 31. 34


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Fine Charleston Pembroke Table

circa 1825, paneled headboard surmounted with leafy and floral cresting, plain rails connecting heavy turned posts with spiral acanthus carving terminating on casters; with later tester. H91” W66” L81 1/2”

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

37 AMERICAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1830, rectangular form with two short drawers over bonnet drawer and three long drawers, on tapered legs with bun feet. H49 1/2” W46 3/8” D21”

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

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circa 1825, eagle finial above molded frame, convex looking glass, and pendent drop. H34” Dia.19 1/2”

39 SOUTHERN INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA late 18th century, D-shaped drop leaves over drawer on tapered inlaid legs. H28 1/2” D31 5/8” W22” closed, 41 1/2”open

$700-900 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Emily Seymour Goodwin Holcombe (1852-1923) early Connecticut preservationist, by descent to present owner Asheville, North Carolina private collector. Other Notes: See lot 31.

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40 AMERICAN WALNUT CHEST ON CHEST, PROBABLY KENTUCKY circa 1820, molded crown with inlaid frieze over short and long drawers flanked by fluted quarter columns, lower part with drawers and fluted columns, on bracket feet. H76” W39 3/4” D21 1/4”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

41 FEDERAL GILTWOOD MIRROR circa 1825, cornice top above table with cornucopia carving and old mirror plate flanked by turned pilasters and molded base. H38 1/2” W22 1/2” D4 1/4”

$500-800

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43 AMERICAN WALNUT FARM TABLE, POSSIBLY SOUTHERN

Provenance: New Hampshire collection

19th century, rectangular top with breadboard ends, deep two-drawer frieze, on turned legs. H30 3/8” W59” D34”

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$500-1,000

circa 1830, turned half-column design joined by square corners. H32” W21 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Deerfield Beach, Florida private collection

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

44 AMERICAN MAHOGANY LOLLING CHAIR early 19th century, serpentine crestrail, carved molded armrests, on tapered legs with molded stretcher. BH43 1/2” SH16” W26 1/4” D23”

$600-900 Provenance: Florida collection 40

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45 FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED SOFA, NEW YORK OR NEW ENGLAND circa 1820, straight crestrail above upholstered back and seat, scrolling armrests on turned vase and conforming feet on casters. BH36” SH18” L72 1/2” D26 1/2”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Jacksonville, Florida private collection

46 FEDERAL GILTWOOD LOOKING GLASS circa 1825, stepped cornice with pendent drops, half-column frame enclosing mirror plate. H46 1/4” W27”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

47 AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY WORKTABLE circa 1830, rectangular top with D-shaped leaves, two-drawer frieze on tripartite pedestal and base, with scroll feet. H29 1/4” D19” W38” open

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

48 CLASSICAL MAHOGANY AND BRONZE-MOUNTED ARMOIRE, NEW YORK OR PHILADELPHIA 19th century, heavy molded cornice and arched frieze above pair of long flat-paneled doors, flanked by tapered half columns extending to lobed plinth and ball feet. H98” W69” D26”

$2,000-3,000

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50 CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER WORKTABLE

circa 1825, rectangular top with thumbnail edge, case with two drawers flanked by engaged half columns, on tapered pedestal and quadripartite base with shaped and scrolling feet. H30 1/4” W22 7/8” D17 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

51 EMPIRE ACANTHUS-CARVED WALNUT TALL POST BED 19th century, spiral-turned posts surmounted with finials with shaped leaf-carved headboard, unified with heavy rails; with tester. H93 1/2” W64” L86”

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49 CLASSICAL GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE circa 1825, rectangular top over frieze with drawers, on ebonized tapered columns joined by X-brace stretcher and carved paw feet. H29 5/8” W52 5/8” D36 1/4”

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

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52 FEDERAL MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

four long graduated drawers, on bracket feet. H36” W38 1/2” D21”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Coconut Grove, Florida private collection

53 FEDERAL CHERRY SLANT-FRONT DESK circa 1820, hinged lid opening to fitted interiors, over four graduated drawers, on splayed feet. H45” W41” D22”

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54 AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE

19th century, circular top with gadroon edge, on tapered standard with tripartite base and paw feet. H29” Dia.32”

$300-400

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55 SHERATON CARVED WALNUT FOUR-POSTER BEDSTEAD

early 19th century, leaf-carved and turned posts, paneled headboard, on turned legs with canopy top. H89” W61 1/2” L78 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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56 AMERICAN MAHOGANY AND MARBLETOP PIER TABLE

circa 1840, white and gray-veined marble top with canted corners, conforming ogee-molded skirt on S-curved supports and shaped platform base, backed with mirrored panel. H35 3/8” W40 1/2” D21”

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57 AMERICAN MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

first quarter 19th century, bow top over conforming case with configuration of drawers above shaped skirt and splayed feet. H38” W43” D22”

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circa 1825, rectangular top with butterfly drop leaves over short drawers, turned reeded legs and trumpet feet. H29” W20 1/2” D36”

$300-600 Provenance: Coconut Grove, Florida private collection

59 OAK WELSH DRESSER late 19th century, molded crown above three shelves, lower part with three drawers and three doors on carved cabriole legs with snake feet. H79 1/2” W68 1/2” D18 1/2”

$700-1,000

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60 AMERICAN PINE BLANKET CHEST early 19th century, rectangular hinged top with applied molding, over dovetailed case with interior till, on splayed bracket feet. H22” W43” D19”

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62 NEW ENGLAND WALNUT DRY SINK 19th century, double hinged lid opening to copper-clad interior above paneled door on turned feet. H33 3/4” W44” D19 1/2”

$400-700 Provenance: Anderson, South Carolina private collection

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

61 AMERICAN CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE late 19th century, circular top on bird-cage support, with reeded and carved standard on three saber legs with snakepad feet. H29 3/4” Dia.32 1/2”

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63 AMERICAN WINDSOR AND RUSH BOTTOM CHAIRS 19th century, Windsor hoop-back armchair, BH40” SH18”; with rush bottom chair, BH36 3/8” SH18” (2pcs)

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$200-300 Provenance: Property descended in the prominent early Charleston, South Carolina Gourdin and Young families to present owner

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64 CHARLESTON COIN SILVER SET OF JULEP CUPS, HAYDEN BROTHER & CO

$400-800

circa 1853, each engraved E. H. Green; marked: Hayden Brother & Co, and SG& CO with lozenge with dates. H3 1/2”, and 27.8oz Troy (6pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Columbus, Ohio private collection Deaccession Jean and Graham Devoe Williford Charitable Trust Christie’s, New York, January 24, 1987, Lot 33 The engraving E.H. are probably the initials of Eliza H. Green of Mount Clio, Sumter, South Carolina.

65 CHARLESTON SILVER LADLES, EYLAND AND CARRINGTON, AND OTHER FLATWARE

mid 19th century, marked: Duhme, S. Wheritt and Wheritt. H3 1/4”, and 15.0oz Troy (4pcs) Provenance: Sylvania, Georgia private collection

67 SOUTHERN AND AMERICAN COIN SILVER FLATWARE 19th century, comprising: pair T.W. Radcliffe & Co spoons, L9” pair T.W. Radcliffe & Co forks, L7 1/2” together with four Palmer & Bachelder spoons, L6 1/4”; two J. Moulton spoons, L6”; fork, L7 1/2” and sugar nip, L4 3/4” Total 12.0oz Troy (12pcs)

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

South Carolina, circa 1855, Eyland Reverse Tipt ladle, L13 1/2” Carrington beaded pattern sterling ladle, L13” Eyland spoon, L8” Carrington teaspoon, L5 3/4” and 3 other coin silver spoons, L6” to 8 1/2” Total 15.0oz Troy (7pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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70 CARL CHRISTOPHER GRAF (Indiana, 1892-1947) INDIANA APPLE BLOSSOMS, c. 1916 oil on Masonite, framed, signed lower right H16” W20”

$2,000-3,000

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68 WILLIAM S. ROBINSON ( Pennsylvania/Connecticut/Mississippi, 1861-1945) LANDSCAPE, MIDDAY, 1902 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H30” W40”

$5,000-7,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

69 EDITH VONNEGUT (Massachusetts, born 1949) BATHING NUDE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H44” W33”

$2,500-3,500

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection Sessions Hootsell American Paintings, Natchez, Mississippi

71 FRANCES TRUMBULL LEA (ATTRIBUTED TO) (American, late 19th/early 20th century) PORTRAIT OF A LADY, 1906 oil on canvas, framed, monogrammed & dated lower left, and inscribed: Paris H26 1/2” W19 1/2”

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection

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73 CONSTANTINE CHERKAS (Russian/California, 1919-2001) BOATS IN BALBOA HARBOR, 1985 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H24” W30”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Burlingame, California collection

74 PAUL KEENE (Pennsylvania, 1920-2009) QUARRY WALL #2, 1957 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H16” W20”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Dublin Galleries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who represented Keene in the 1950s, label verso. 72

72 ROBERT PHILIPP (New York, 1895-1981) SEMI NUDE oil on canvas, original frame, signed, titled & Grand Central Galleries label verso H24” W20 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Hickory Grove, South Carolina private collection Grand Central Galleries, New York

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75 AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY ) JUMPING TROUT oil on academy board, period frame, unsigned together with a chromolithograph advertisement of the same period and possibly after the oil for Arm & Hammer Church & Co.’s Soda H24 1/2” W18 3/4” & sight: H21” W16” (2pcs)

$900-1,200 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

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76 JOSEPH DUDLEY DOWNING (Kentucky/France, 1925-2007) DARK PREMISE, c. 1965 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right, titled verso H24” W28 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Purchased from Downing’s exhibition at the Sunrise Museum (now part of the Clay Center for Arts & Sciences) in Charleston, WV, 1966

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78 CLARK VORHEES

80 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY )

(Connecticut, 1871-1933) LADY IN INTERIOR WITH SPRING FLOWERS oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower right H17” W14”

WATERFALL oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H24” W15”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

$500-800

Provenance: Connecticut private collection

81 GEORGE DANIEL HOFFMAN

79 HELEN SAVIER DUMOND (New York/Connecticut, 1872-1968) FLORIDA PALMS oil on canvas, arts & crafts style frame, estate stamp on stretcher H20” W26”

$800-1,200

(South Carolina/New York, 1915-1999) two works: SUMMER BOUQUET and IRISES oils on canvas & board, framed, signed H20” W16” & H20” W16” (2pcs)

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

Provenance: Connecticut private collection

82 MATT GLAVIN (California, b. 1926) ULYSSES #3, 1992-3 oil on canvas, signed, dated & titled verso H92” W78”

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77 HELEN SAVIER DUMOND

$500-700 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1994

(New York/Connecticut, 1872-1968) THE YOUNG HIKER oil on canvas, framed, estate stamp on stretcher H28” W20”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Connecticut private collection 79

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83 RARE CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA AREA FRAMED NEEDLEWORK SAMPLERS dated 1805, by Henrietta Couturier of St. Johns Berkeley Parish, South Carolina (in the Charleston area, now Berkeley County, SC), born April 2, 1792, lists birth dates and names of the nine children of her parents Philip and Eleanor Couturier, dated August 14, 1805, framed size: H26 3/4” W21 7/8”; together with another sampler by Couturier, with alphabet, numbers and quote, dated April 10, 1805, framed size: H10 3/8” W8 1/2” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Henrietta Couturier’s parents were both born in St. John’s township, now the area near Charleston and Berkeley Counties in South Carolina. Her mother, Eleanor Oliver, was born in 1760, and her father Philip Couturier was born in 1754. On May 2, 1807, Henrietta married Elias Couturier, born in South Carolina in 1775. Henrietta and Elias had three children, Harriet Jane, Peter James and Charlotte Henrietta, before Henrietta’s death in 1817. Henrietta’s daughter Harriet married John Peyre Thomas, M.D., and had six children with him before her death. Harriet’s son John Peyre Thomas graduated from the Citadel and fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy. On April 12, 1861, Thomas commanded one of the batteries at Cummings Point on Morris Island at the Battle of Fort Sumter. Thomas’s use of the first rifled cannon used in America was responsible for much of the damage to the fort. He earned the rank of colonel during the war, and after the war served in the legislature of South Carolina. After a move to Charlotte, Thomas founded the Carolina Military Institute in 1873, which he ran until 1882, when he was called to return to the Charleston area to reopen the Citadel. Following Harriet’s death, her husband married her younger sister, Charlotte Henrietta, and went on to have twelve more children.

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85 AMERICAN COPPER HORSE AND

88 AUGUSTE EDOUART

SULKY WEATHERVANE AND

(French, Lousiana 1789-1861) MS. ADAMS, CALVERT AND HARRIET, NEW ORLEANS, 1844 sihouette, period frame, signed & dated lower right, inscribed verso sight: H11” W7 1/2”

DIRECTIONALS

circa 1900, molded full body with harness and rider on directional and stem. overall size H57” L34”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

86 AMERICAN “PATCHEN” RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE, POSSIBLY L.W. CUSHING & SONS

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84 BRITISH OR AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER

late 18th century, by Hannah Bater, dated 1796, featuring the alphabet, botanical designs and a poem, framed, H29” W18”.

$700-900 89 WAX PROFILE BUST OF MARTHA WASHINGTON

late 19th/early 20th century, verdigris finish on later stand. overall H17” L44”

late 18th/19th century, depicting a pre-First LadyWashington with elaborate headress, polychromed, labeled verso: Comitia Americana/Mrs. Martha Washington/No 4, period maple frame frame: H7” W6” image: H3 1/4” W2 1/4”

$1,000-2,000

$500-700

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from The Silver Flag, Aileen Hunt & Florence Sterling, 1975

Provenance: Australia private collection

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87 AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

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

late 18th/early 19th century, watercolor, unsigned overall: H1 1/2” W1 1/4”

$1,500-2,000

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Provenance: Australia private collection

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93 FRENCH METAL-MOUNTED OPALINE GLASS VASE

late 19th century, Japanesque design with dragonflies and Imari motif. H11”

$400-700 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

94 ENGLISH CAMEO GLASS VASE, ATTRIBUTED TO WEBB & SON 90

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90 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)

92 CONTINENTAL COPPER AND WROUGHT-METAL COOKWARE

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN WITH GLASSES oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned H16” W12 1/2”

19th century and later, comprising: 4 pots with wrought-metal handles, Dia.8 1/2” to 10 3/4”; copper pot with wood handle and spout, Dia.7 1/4”; lidded pot with wrought-metal handle, Dia.6 5/8”; 2 measuring pitchers, H8 1/4” and 10 1/4”; 2 handled buckets, Dia.14” D9 1/2”; tray pan, L20 3/4” W17 1/4” D4 1/2”. (10pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

91 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned H30” W25”

circa 1900, floral and butterfly design on citrine ground. H7 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

95 PAIR AMERICAN AMETHYST GLASS HURRICANE SHADES

19th century, shaped body with rolled base. H14” (2pcs)

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$300-500 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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

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96 IRISH WHISKEY AND BRANDY DISPENSERS

each decorated with text: Dewars Whisky, Powers Whiskey, Whisky, and Brandy. H30” (4pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

97 JAMES EARLE FRASER (New York/New Hampshire, 1876-1953) THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 1920 bronze, signed & dated upper right H13” W10”

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$400-600

99 AMERICAN CRYSTAL CANDELABRA AND PAIR

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

LUSTERS

98 AMERICAN GILT-METAL FIGURAL GIRONDOLE SETS

late 19th/ early 20th century, candelabra in the manner of Baccarat, baluster-form base with four stems featuring bobeches, drip pans and center bobeche, H23 1/2” W13 1/2”; together with pair crystal lusters, H13 1/4” W6 3/4”, all with attached hanging crystals. (3pcs)

19th century, pair three-light design, H18” W15”; and pair single-light, H17” W6” (4pcs)

$400-600

$300-600

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

100 VICTORIAN GLASS DOMES late 19th century, three with wood bases. H17 1/2” Dia.11 1/4”, H12 3/4” Dia.7 3/4”, H16” Dia.6 1/8”, H7” Dia.3 1/4” (4pcs)

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$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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103 METALWORK BUCKET AND FIRE TOOLS copper and wrought-iron bucket, H19 1/4” Dia.16”; together with brass and iron shovel and poker, L36” (3pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

104 ENGLISH BRASS PUSHUP STICKS

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two large pairs, H12” and 14”; and six singles, H7 1/2” to 10”. (10pcs) 101

$300-600

101 PAIR AMERICAN FIGURAL ANDIRONS, POSSIBLY COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

19th century, standing African-American man. H17 1/2” W11 1/2” D22” (2pcs)

105 COLLECTION OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PEWTER

$500-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

102 PAIR WROUGHT-IRON ANDIRONS 19th century, candlebasket top over worked shaft with ring ending on scrolling arch and support. H31” W14” D28 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: St. Simons Island, Georgia collection

19th century, including: 5 coffee pots, H8 1/4” to 11”; 3 teapots, H6” to 6 1/2”; 18 plates, Dia.3 3/4” to 9 3/4”; 3 pewter mugs, H3 3/4” to 7 1/2”; 7 platters, L6 5/8” to Dia.16 3/4”; 2 bowls, Dia.6 1/8” to 9 1/4”; serving spoon, L14 1/4”; tumbler, H2 3/4”; most with markings including: R. Gleason, Boardman & Co. New York, A. Porter, Brown & Tyler; together with pair of metal candlesticks, H10 1/2”. (42pcs)

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$500-800 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

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106 CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE FIGURAL HIGH-RELIEF PANEL 19th century, depicting jovial cherub and infant nymph, unsigned; on later stand. H12 1/2” W13 1/2”

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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107 CONTINENTAL BRONZE DOOR KNOCKER

108 AMERICAN TIGER MAPLE BOX

probably Italian, 19th century, grotesque supporting hinged figural lever above stop; mounted on lucite stand. knocker, H11” W6”

circa 1820, hinged top opening to interiors with till, on turned feet. H5 1/2” W12” D6 7/8”

$300-500

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$200-300

109 LOCKSMITH’S WINDOW DISPLAY, PROBABLY AMERICAN early 20th century, heart-shaped padlock design, with key, on chain. H22 1/2” W14 1/4” D1 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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111 FRENCH CARVED WOOD MANNEQUIN HEAD 18th/19th century, H12”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Michel Pot Antiquaires, Paris in 1985

110 FOLK ART CARVED WOOD WHALE, AND BRONZE BIRD SCULPTURE

primitively carved elongated marine mammal, L16”; and sculpture of songbirds perched on twig, L16” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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112 WROUGHT-IRON ARMILLARY

114 FRENCH TWO-SIDED METAL JEWELRY STORE SIGN

19th century, arrow pierced concentric bands and chapter ring on scrolling base. H19 1/2” W11 1/2”

reads “Achat tres Cher Bijoux Brillants Pierres Fines”. H19 3/4” W27 5/8”

$200-300

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

113 TOLE PAINTED KEY BOX

$400-600

115 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BRANDY BOARD

early 19th century, domed lid over conforming body painted with floral designs. H5” W7 7/8” D3 7/8”

$200-300 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

circa 1830, serpentine crossbanded top over configuration of drawers, on tapered legs. H35 1/2” W46 3/4” D27”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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116 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

circa 1790, yoke-shaped crestrail, pierced urn splat, molded square legs, joined by stretchers. BH36 1/2” SH17” (6pcs)

$1,800-2,500 117 GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE, FREDERICK TIBBENHAM

stepped dentil-molded cornice, with conforming frieze and four ten-light doors, lower part with central secretary drawer fitted with door, drawers and pigeonholes above three long drawers, flanked by short drawers over doors centered with oval medallion, on plinth. H84 1/4” W73 3/4” D18”

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$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

118 ENGLISH MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE first quarter 19th century, rectangular top with drop leaves over frieze drawers and tapered legs on casters. H30 1/2” D30” W19 1/2” closed

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

119 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1860, reeded edge top with out-turned corners over three short and three long drawers, flanked by barley-twist columns, on turned feet. H41 1/2” W49” D22 1/2”

$600-900

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120 HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF FOUR

circa 1810, molded top rail and back splats on tapered legs, joined by molded stretcher, comprising two arm and two side chairs. BH35 1/2” SH18” (4pcs)

$600-900

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122 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE circa 1800, dentil-molded crown, shaped molded panel doors, fitted interiors, lower part with hinged slant lid, fitted interiors over four long drawers, on bracket feet. H93” W41” D23”

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

123 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TALL BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1840, bow top over conforming case with configuration of drawers on splay feet. H53 1/4” W43” D22”

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121 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE

124 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LOWBOY

first half 19th century, rectangular table with drop leaf, over short drawer on carved legs with pad feet. H27 3/4” W36 1/4” D18” D (open) 35 1/2”

circa 1900, rectangular top with gadroon edge, over case with long drawer above kneehole flanked by short drawers, on cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. H30 1/2” W36” D21 7/8”

$400-600

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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125 SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF SIX carved frame with pierced back splat, serpentine front, on tapered fluted legs. BH35 1/2” SH18” (6pcs)

$500-700

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129 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET second half 19th century, dentil-molded crown over divided glazed panel doors fitted with shaped shelves, on lower part with straight legs joined by shelf. H73 1/2” W34” D16”

$500-800 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

126 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS mid 19th century, dentil-molded crown over molded panels, lower part with two short and two long drawers resting on bracket feet. H81” W48 1/2” D24 1/2”

$1,200-1,800 127 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1790, reeded edge oval shaped top with drop leaves over two short drawers on tapered legs with brass casters. H28 3/4” W24” D38 1/2”

$500-800 128 GEORGE III DIMINUTIVE OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1800, cross-banded top over four long graduated drawers on bracket feet. H30 1/2” W34” D21 1/4”

$500-800

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132 PAIR SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

carved molded frame with padded back and serpentine seat on tapered legs. BH36” SH18” W23” D20” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

133 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BIRDCAGE TILT-TOP TABLE

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130 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLANT-FRONT WRITING DESK

circa 1780, hinged slant lid, fitted interiors, over four long drawers, on bracket feet. H43 1/2” W42” D21 1/2”

$700-1,000

late 18th century, circular top over birdcage support and column issuing three S-curve legs with pad feet. H28” Dia.29 1/4”

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$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

134 GEORGE III MAHOGANY MULE CHEST circa 1790, hinged molded edge top over configuration of seven drawers, fluted quarter round supports, shaped skirt on ogee bracket feet. H46 1/2” W71 1/2” D23”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection 133

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131 REGENCY INLAID ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE first quarter 19th century, rectangular top with drop leaves on turned columns, ending on quatrefoil base, saber legs and brass paw casters. H27 1/2” W34 1/2” D27”

$600-900 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina collection

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138 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE BURLWOOD SIDE CABINETS

19th century, mother-of-pearl inlaid hinged top, opening to fitted interiors with covered caddies on pedestal base and saber legs with snakepad feet. H31” Dia.18”

molded edge top over drawers and bracket feet. H25” W17 1/2” D13” (2pcs)

$400-800 135

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135 VICTORIAN INLAID PAPIER-MACHE TEAPOY

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

136 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DIMINUTIVE CORNER CABINET

3rd quarter 19th century, molded crown over glazed divided panel, upper door and molded panel lower door, bracket feet. H73” W29” D16”

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

139 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS mid-19th century, rectangular top over two short and three long drawers on splayed feet. H40 1/4” W35” D18 1/4”

$600-900

$600-900 137 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE early 20th century, round top with gadroon carved edge, on cabriole legs, with ball-and-claw feet. H29 1/2” Dia.30 1/4”

$300-400

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140 WILLIAM IV CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

circa 1835, scrolling leaf-carved and balloon-shaped back, slip seat, resting on turned reeded legs. BH35” SH18” (6pcs)

$700-1,000 141 GEORGE III STYLE WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE

hinged rectangular top upon tapered legs with pad feet. H28 1/4” D42” W54 1/2” open

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$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

144 FREDERICK BALLARD WILLIAMS

142 VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT MARBLETOP

(California/New York, 1871-1956) A NEREIDES, PROTECTOR OF SAILORS oil on board, period frame, signed lower right, titled verso H10” W14”

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CABINET

circa 1860, white-veined shaped marble top, over mirrored panel door, carved pilasters, molded panel doors on molded base. H35” W62” D18”

$600-800 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

$300-600

145 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

143 JOHN A. DOMINIQUE

WHITE CAMELLIAS RESTING ON A BOOK oil on board, fluted cove antique frame, unsigned H12” W15 1/8”

(California, 1893-1994) MATILIJA CREEK, 1972 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H12” W14”

$400-600 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

$500-700

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Provenance: Burlingame, California collection

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148 HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

AMERICAN AUTUMN (INDIANS ALONG THE RIVER) oil on canvas, framed, titled and initaled “J.A.” verso H10” W12”

$400-600 Provenance: Wunderly Galleries, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

149 HERBERT CYRUS FARNUM 146

146 JOHN A. DOMINIQUE (California, 1893-1994) THE MIGHTY OAK, 1963 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H14” W15”

(Rhode Island, 1866-1925) THE PAWCATUCK oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower right H13” W16”

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$400-600

150 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY NUDE AND SONGBIRD oil on canvas, framed, indiscernible signature lower center H20” W16”

$500-700 Provenance: Burlingame, California collection

$400-600

147 AUGUSTUS VINCENT TACK

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

(New York/Massachussetts, 1870-1940) PORTRAIT OF A BOY, POSSIBLY THE ARTIST’S SON ROBERT FULLER TACK, circa 1910 oil on board, framed, signed verso H17 3/4” W12 3/4”

$500-800

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155 JOHN W. FLENDER (Pennsylvania, 1869-1942) ALONG THE RIVER oil on board, framed, signed lower left, initialed lower right H6” W8”

$300-500 156 WILLIAM FERDINAND METZKES (Pennsylvania, b. 1884) THE RIVER oil on board, original frame, signed lower left H8” W10”

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152 AMERICAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY ) FLORAL STILL LIFE IN A GLASS VASE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right: Rudken H30” W25”

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

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153 LUDWIG HEITMULLER (German/Pennsylvania, 1863-1933) LANDSCAPE, AVALON NEAR PITTSBURGH oil on board, framed, signed lower left, titled verso H6 1/4” W9”

$300-500 Provenance: Wunderly Galleries, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Harry Eichley Art Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

157 HUGO DAVID POHL (Texas/California, 1878-1960) CHRIST, 1895 oil on canvasboard, antique frame with spandrels, signed & dated center right H17” W13 3/4”

$400-600

$300-500

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Provenance: Harry Eichleay Art Co, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (label verso)

154 MIRIAM ALICE GERSTLE (WORNUM) 155

151 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) STILL LIFE WITH LILIES oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned H16” W22”

$400-600

(California, 1898-1989) PATRICIA ARCENEAUX, 1944 oil on canvasboard, original frame, signed lower right, titled & dated verso H18” W14”

$200-400

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158 WILLIAM SAVERY BUCKLIN (New Jersey/Connecticut, 1851-1928) LANDSCAPE oil on board, framed, signed faintly lower right, signed verso H8” W12”

$300-400

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160 AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Double sided painting: HOLLYHOCKS b/w BRIDGE OVER STREAM oil on board, antique frame, unsigned H12” W14”

$300-500 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

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162 MYLETTE WELCH (California, 20th century) PORTRAIT OF A DOG oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H24” W18”

$300-600 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

163 NICHOLAS RICHARD BREWER (Minnesota, 1857-1949) STUDY- HASTINGS ROAD oil on canvasboard, framed, signed lower right H12 1/2” W16”

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

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159 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) pair works: SEASCAPES WITH BLUE MARLIN oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H24” W36” each (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection George West estate Charleston, S. C.

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161 DOUGLAS VOLK (New York/Minnesota, 1856-1935) RESTING, AUTUMN HARVEST oil on board, framed, signed verso H6 1/2” W9”

$300-500 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

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164 SIDNEY MILLER WIGGINS (New York, 1881-1940) AROUND THE DOCKS oil on board, original frame, signed lower right H9” W12”

$400-600 Provenance: Prosperity, South Carolina private collection Exhibitions: Salmagundi Club label verso, year unknown

165 JOHN ALFRED MOHLTE (New York, 1865-1952) DOCK AT A VACATION RESORT oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H24” W30”

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166 SILK HUNTING TABRIZ CARPET

168 PERSIAN CARPET

170 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET

2’11” x 5’1”

4’6” x 6’4”

4’5” x 6’8”

$500-800

$300-500

$300-400

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

167 KASHMIR SERAPI CARPET

169 PERSIAN SILK ISFAHAN CARPET

171 OLD PERSIAN BAKHTIARI

6’2” x 9’3”

3’ x 5’3”

CARPET

$400-600

$500-800

9’8” x 5’6”

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$700-900

$400-600

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172 ANTIQUE KAZAK CARPET

174 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

176 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

178 AMERICAN HOOKED RUGS

180 SERAPI CARPET

circa 1890 4’2” x 7’4”

circa 1920 3’3” x 6’2”

circa 1930 4’1” x 6’6”

4’ x 5’11”

$1,500-2,500

$300-400

$300-500

19th century, comprising: rose design, 35” x 60 1/2” bouquet design, 27 1/2” x 51” sculpted floral design, 31” x 52 1/2” (3pcs)

175 ANTIQUE PERSIAN BIDJAR

177 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN BAKTIARI CARPET

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

173 TURKISH KILIM CARPETS 2’9” x 8’2” and 3’6” x 5’5” (2pcs)

$300-400

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circa 1900 4’7” x 7’1”

4’10” x 7’7”

$300-500

Provenance: Winston-Salem, North Carolina private collection.

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$300-500

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$600-900

$300-400 181 HERIZ CARPET

Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina private collection

7’11” x 10’

179 SAROUK CARPET

182 HERIZ CARPET

3’ x 5’2”

6’ x 8’11”

$200-300

$400-700

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$500-800

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183 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET 6’ 1” x 8’11”

$500-700 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

184 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET 4’5” x 7’11”

$300-400

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185 KAZAK CARPET 3’11” x 5’7”

$300-400 186 ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED PROMOTION CERTIFICATE AND RELATED DOCUMENTS

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dated 1864-5, certificate of promotion in the Union Army for Edward G. Beckwith to major, signed Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War, dated July 1, 1864. With original blue United States Official War Office seal and notes that it was recorded into the Adjutant General’s office on July 1, 186 1864, H19 1/2” W15 3/4”; together with document dated Nov. 12, 1864 regarding Beckwith’s promotion to major, signed S. F. Chalfin, Assistant Adjutant General, with accompanying addressed envelope; and letter of promotion for Beckwith to Brevet Brigadier General, signed Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War, dated August 1, 1865. (4pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Anderson, South Carolina private collection

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187 WINSTON CHURCHILL TYPED LETTER SIGNED, AND ANOTHER FROM 10 DOWNING ST dated 23 July 1952, Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street, stationery reading: My dear Frank, [Colonel Frank W. Clarke] I am writing you a line to thank you once more for the welcome gifts which you brought this morning. I look forward to seeing you both at Chartwell on Sunday. With kind regards, Winston S. Churchill Colonel Frank Clark[e] Together with another dated 2 days later from an unknown hand at 10 Downing Street to Colonel Clarke, referring to a gift of luxurious candies. H7” W4 1/2” and H7 1/2” W4 3/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection Other Notes: Winston Churchill, famed prime minister of the United Kingdom throughout most of World War II, had a lasting friendship with Canadian shipping and wood pulp magnate, Colonel Frank W. Clarke. Churchill met Clarke during the General Strike in England in 1926 while he was working for the British Gazette, a newspaper that was only published during the week of the General Strike. Churchill and Clarke formed a lasting friendship, each visiting each other’s homes numerous times. Churchill and his wife spent six days in Clarke’s two camps in Canada following the Quebec Conference in 1943, his first vacation since the beginning of the war. In 1946, following Churchill’s departure from the post of Prime Minister, Churchill and his wife spent a six week vacation at Clarke’s winter home in Miami, during which time Churchill prepared for his famous Iron Curtain speech. In this letter, Churchill states he is looking forward to seeing Clarke and his wife at Chartwell, the Churchill family home.

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188 ARMED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER DAGUERREOTYPE IN CASE circa 1860, seated fully-uniformed soldier with sword and musket, in hinged memorial case; said to be soldier from the Morgan family of Birmingham, Alabama. H3 3/4” W3 1/4”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

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189 ABRAHAM LINCOLN CARTE-DE-VISITE AND RELATED circa 1860s, carte-de-visite of Abraham Lincoln sitting, with paper in hand, inscribed A. Lincoln, portrait taken by Alexander Gardner on August 9, 1863 in Washington, D.C., H3 7/8” W2 1/4; together with carte-de-visite featuring Abraham Lincoln’s presidential cabinet, H4” W2 3/8” and carte-de-visite featuring landscape with court house in background, labeled COURT HOUSE, with illegible information on reverse, H3 3/4” W2 1/4”; all mounted on stiff backing. (3pcs)

$300-500 189

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191 MAP OF CALIFORNIA, THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST AND MEXICO BY NICOLAS SANSON (French, 1600-1667) AUDIENCE DE GUADALAJARA, NOUVEAU MEXIQUE, AND CALIFORNIE hand-colored engraving, framed plate: H8” W9 1/2”

$300-500 192 EARLY MAP OF BATTLE OF LONG ISLAND

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190 RARE MAP OF SOUTH CAROLINA, BY SAMUEL LEWIS late 18th/early 19th century, labeled THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES, by Samuel Lewis with W. Barker, sculp., undated, features colored outlines of counties, in a bird’s-eye maple frame, framed size: H19” W23 5/8”.

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

A PLAN OF NEW YORK ISLAND, PART OF LONG ISLAND SHEWING THE POSITION OF THE AMERICAN AND BRITISH ARMIES, BEFORE, AT, AND AFTER THE ENGAGEMENT ON THE HEIGHTS, AUGUST 27th, 1776, 1807, from Chief Justice John Marshall’s HISTORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, published by Caleb Parry Wayne in Philadelphia. sheet: H17” W11”

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$100-200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

193 UNITED STATES 1865 CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD, CHRISTOPHER ROBY model 1860, bearing marking: C. ROBY, W. CHELMSOFORD, MASS and US 1865 A.G.M., with leather-wrapped and brass handle, blade L35” overall L41”, with scabbard L36”.

195 CIVIL WAR ERA LEATHER AND METAL POWDER FLASK

mid 19th century, L8”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

$300-600 Provenance: Anderson, South Carolina private collection

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194 ANTIQUE EDGED WEAPONS one with scabbard, L20 1/2”; the other without, L22”; each marked. (2pcs)

$200-300 194

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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197 COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE BOOKS, INCLUDING VICTOR HUGO

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196 FINELY BOUND BOOKS, INCLUDING BRONTE, DICKENS AND IRVING late 19th/ early 20th centuries, consisting of: Bronte, Charlotte, Emily and Anne. THE WORKS OF CHARLOTTE, EMILY AND ANNE BRONTE IN TWELVE VOLUMES. London: J. M. Dent & Company, 1893. (Complete 12 volume set); Dickens, Charles. DICKENS’ WORKS. Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co., 1869. (13 volumes); Dumas, Alexandre. DUMAS’ WORKS. New York: H. M. Caldwell Co. (12 volumes); Irving, Washington. IRVING’S WORKS. Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Company. (9 volumes); Irving, Washington. IRVING’S WORKS. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. (8 volumes); _____. THE LIBRARY OF ENTERTAINMENT: A THOUSAND HOURS OF ENJOYMENT WITH THE WORLD’S GREAT WRITERS. Chicago: Geo. L. Shuman & Co., 1920. (complete with 12 volumes and handbook); Markham, Edwin. THE REAL AMERICA IN ROMANCE. New York: William H. Wise & Company, 1910. (complete 13 volume set); Shakespeare, William. THE HANDY VOLUME SHAKESPEARE. London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co. (vols. I, IV, VI, VII, IX-XIII); Stoddard, John L. JOHN L. STODDARD’S LECTURES. Boston: Balch Brothers Co., 1908. (complete 10 volume set with 4 supplementary volumes); Thackeray, William Makepeace. THE OXFORD THACKERAY. London: Oxford University Press. (vols. I, IV, V- VII, IX, XIII, XVII); Wilson, Woodrow. HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1917. (complete 10 volume set). (121pcs)

Bisset, Robert. THE HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE III TO THE TERMINATION OF THE LATE WAR, IN FOUR VOLUMES. Vols. I-IV. Philadelphia: Levis & Weaver, 1810. Thackeray, W. M. THE VIRGINIANS: A TALE OF THE LAST CENTURY. Vol. I. Philadephia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1871. Thackeray, W. M. VANITY FAIR: A NOVEL WITHOUT A HERO. Vol. I. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1871. deBalzac, Honore. A DAUGHTER OF EVE; A WOMAN OF THIRY, AND OTHER STORIES. St. Louis: The Thompson Publishing Company, 1901. deBalzac, Honore. LOST ILLUSIONS; A DISTINGUISHED PROVINCIAL AT PARIS. St. Louis: The Thompson Publishing Company, 1901. deBalzac, Honore. BEATRIX; THE JEALOUSIES OF A COUNTRY TOWN; AND THE COMMISSION IN LUNACY. St. Louis: The Thompson Publishing Company, 1901. deBalzac, Honore. THE LILY OF THE VALLEY; THE COUNTRY DOCTOR; AND OTHER STORIES. St. Louis: The Thompson Publishing Company, 1901. Hugo, Victor. NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS. Vols. I & II. New York: Little, Brown & Company, 1888. Hugo, Victor. THE HISTORY OF A CRIME. Vols. I & II. New York: Little, Brown & Company, 1909. Hugo, Victor. THE DRAMATIC WORKS OF VICTOR HUGO. Vol I. New York: Little, Brown & Company, 1909. Hugo, Victor. LES MISERABLES. Vols. I-IV. New York: Little, Brown & Company, 1887. (19pcs)

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

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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198 GEORGE III ARMORIAL SILVER TEA URN, JOHN ISRAEL London, dated 1795, vasiform urn on pedestal flanked by bound-wheat form handles, decorated with acanthus, reeded and stippled designs in the Classical taste, center coat of arms Duppa with Baas; complete hallmarks. H22 1/2” W13 1/2”, and 150.0oz Troy

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Sylvania, Georgia private collection Other Notes: This coat of arms was made especially for the wife of Reverend Richard Hancorn after her husband’s death in 1790. Reverend Hancorn assumed the surname of Duppa and the accompanying coat of arms by an Act of Parliament in order to acquire the estates left by the Duppa family after his first cousin Baldwin Duppa died leaving no other heirs. Rev. Hancorn married a German heiress whose surname was Baas, which is why this coat of arms has the arms of the two families together. The presence of the arms within a diamond form signifies that Mrs. Baas-Duppa was a widow at the time of its creation. This information was gathered by Heirloom & Howard, Ltd., England.

199 GEORGE III SILVER PLATTER BY ANDREW FOGELBERG & STEPHEN GILBERT London, dated 1786, shaped beaded rim above crest and oval field; complete hallmarks. L19 1/2” W13”, and 50.0oz Troy

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

200 GEORGIAN STERLING SERVING PIECES pair William Bateman berry spoons, dated 1825, L8” pair James Hewitt berry spoons, Edinburgh, dated 1815, L9 1/4” Hester Bateman ladle, dated 1782, L6 1/2” Richard Crossley ladle, dated 1803, L6 1/2” George Angell sugar tongs, dated 1859 Total 14.0oz Troy (7pcs)

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$600-900 Provenance: Sylvania, Georgia private collection

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201 GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED PLATE HOT WATER URN

circa 1790, Classical form with reeded and stippled design flanked by mask-and-ring handles. H20”

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204 GEORGE III STERLING CHAMBERSTICK, EBENEZER COKER

$500-800 Provenance: Alpharetta, Georgia private collection

London, dated 1762, Rococo pan supporting candleholder with handle and raised lion’s paw feet, complete hallmarks. H4 1/2” W7 1/2”, and 11.0oz Troy

202 GEORGE II ARMORIAL SILVER SALVER BY HENRY MORRIS London, dated 1738, scalloped edge centering crest, verso with another crest, on four scrolling feet; complete hallmarks. H1 1/4” Dia.9 3/4”, and 17.0oz Troy

$400-700 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

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203 GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR CASTER, JABEZ DANIEL & JAMES MINCE London, dated 1766, fluted finial over ornate pierced cover and footed baluster vessel; marked on underside and cover edge. H7”, 6.0oz Troy

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205 GEORGE II ARMORIAL SILVER SALVER BY JAMES ROBINSON II

$400-600

London, dated 1749, Rococo rim centering armorial engraved and decorated field, on three feet. H1” Dia.7 1/2”, and 8.9oz Troy

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

Other Notes: Identical pattern shaker sold at Christie’s-London, 20 November 2009, Lot 6: Property from the Collection of HRH The Prince George, Duke of Kent. 204

$400-600

$300-500


208 EDWARDIAN ONSLOW PATTERN STERLING

209 GEORGIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE FIVE-BASKET EPERGNE BY MATTHEW BOULTON

FLATWARE SERVICE

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206 GEORGE III STERLING FOOTED SALVER London, dated 1805, square form with shaped corners and feet; complete hallmarks worn. H1” W9 3/4” D9 3/4”, and 17.5oz Troy

$300-400 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased from London Silver Vaults in the 1950s

London, dated 1928 and 1909, Onslow pattern, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L10 3/8”; 12 hollow handle knives, L8 3/4”; 12 hollow handle knives, L6”; 12 forks, L8”; 12 dessert forks, L7”; 12 dessert spoons, L9”; 22 teaspoons, L5 1/2”; 12 coffee spoons, L4 3/4”; complete hallmarks, maker’s mark HF and FH&S, Total 103.0oz Troy weighable (106pcs)

early 19th century, oval frame with lion’s-paw feet and cut-crystal bowls, marked on underside. H13” W17”

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

$4,000-5,000 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection Purchased from S. Wyler, Inc., New York City in 1980

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207 SCOTTISH STERLING TRAY BY JAMES HEWITT, AND COIN SPOONS BY JAMES WATTS Edinburgh, dated 1791, lozenge form with pierced edge and stippled designs; complete hallmarks; L9 1/2” W3 1/4”; together with set of 6 Philadelphia spoons, c. 1883-81, L8 1/2”. Total 13.2oz Troy (7pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Latter purchased from an old Philadelphia family 208 (part of set)

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210 ELKINGTON & CO CASED FLATWARE SERVICE

late 19th century, three-tray fitted case with plaquette reading: Denis J.F. Potts-Chatto, The Daison, St. Mary Church, Torquay; comprising: service for 12 and many serving pieces including carving sets, serving spoons, tongs, ladles, salt spoons, butter server, cheese scoop, sugar sifter, and caddy spoon. (111pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

211 ENGLISH SHEFFIELD RETICULATED SILVER BOWL, MARTIN, HALL & CO London, dated 1895, foliate pattern with cartouches engraved with crest with motto: CONATA PERFICIO, complete hallmarks. H3” W13 1/8” D9 1/4”, and 22oz Troy

$500-800

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213 GEORGIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE HOT WATER URN 19th century, floral finial on reeded cover, bulbous double handle urn on pedestal base and ornate spout. H14”

$400-700 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

214 ENGLISH SHEFFIELD PLATE HOT WATER URN

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

early 19th century, vented urn-form finial on pedestaled vasiform body flanked by elongated handles. H23 1/2”

212 VICTORIAN SILVERPLATE AND CRYSTAL EPERGNE

$400-700 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

second half 19th century, cut-crystal center bowl supported on ornate frame with ram’s-head and winged lion’s-paw design, issuing trumpet-form vases, unmarked. H19” W12 1/2”

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$500-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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217 VICTORIAN STERLING FORK AND KNIFE SET Sheffield, dated 1873, six hollow handle knives, L8”; 6 hollow handle forks, L6 1/2”; complete hallmarks. (12pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

218 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE FOOTED SERVING TRAY

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early 20th century, ornate grapevine design, rectangular tray flanked by handles. H2 1/2” L29 3/4” W18”

$300-400 215

215 ENGLISH STERLING SERVING PIECES AND SPOONS Irish spoon, dated 1805, L7 1/2” George III rice spoon, dated 1805, L12 1/2” Victorian teaspoon, dated 1850, 5 3/4” salt, L4 1/4”; and spoon, L8 1/2” Total 10.5oz Troy (5pcs)

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

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

219 SHEFFIELD PLATE THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA each in the Georgian taste, comprising: single, H20 1/2” and pair H12”. (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Alpharetta, Georgia private collection

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Other Notes: One bearing old Christie’s auction label

220 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE FOOTED SALVERS AND TABLE ARTICLES

various similar design salvers, Dia.12”, 12 1/2” and 16”; together with chafing dish, H12” W17”, and beverage pitcher, H8 1/2”. (6pcs)

$300-400 216

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 219

216 VICTORIAN SILVER TRINKET BOX probably Chester, circa 1845, rectangular hinged case engraved with crest, opening to velvet-lined interior; worn hallmarks. H2 1/2” W7” D3 1/2”, and 21.0oz Troy all in

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

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221 PAIR ENGLISH SHEFFIELD SILVERPLATE COVERED VEGETABLES

19th century, each with gadrooned rim to underside of lid and outer rim of interior tray, with acanthus feet, silverplate hallmarks, marked: William Hutton & Sons. overall H7” W14” D8 1/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

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222 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE WAITER AND COVERED ENTREE DISH

double-handle tray with gallery, L29 1/2” Georgian style entree, L14” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Sylvania, Georgia private collection

223 ELIZABETH O’NEILL VERNER (South Carolina, 1883-1979) BEND IN CHURCH etching, framed, pencil signed plate: H9 3/4” W7 3/4”

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$700-900

225

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

225 HERMIONE WALKER STEVENS

Other Notes: Originally completed in the 1920s, this etching was pulled from the original plate under Verner’s supervision by her grandson David Verner Hamilton. His printer’s mark, a conjoined “DH,” may be seen in the lower left hand corner along with Mrs. Verner’s original signature in the lower center.

(Georgia, 20th century) STILL LIFE WITH DAFFODILS oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H25” W30”

$400-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

224 LAURA SPONG

226 R. ROWE

(South Carolina, b. 1926) ABSTRACT STILL LIFE, 1957 oil on Masonite, original frame, signed & dated lower right H23” W29”

(South Carolina, 20th century) BROAD RIVER BRIDGE oil on Masonite, framed, signed lower right H24” W30”

$200-400

$500-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection


227 STEVEN JORDAN (South Carolina, 20th century) AMELIA’S PATIO, 1983 watercolor, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: H18 1/2” W28 1/4”

$600-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Portfolio Art Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina Exhibitions: Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition, 1983

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228 ALEXANDER BROOK (New York/ Georgia, 1898-1980) NUDE (FIGURE STUDY), 1945 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right sight: H13” W8 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: New York, New York collection Kennedy Galleries, New York, New York

230 MARY WILSON BALL

231 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL FANTASY WORKS ON

(South Carolina/District of Columbia, 1892-1984) CHARLESTON WHARF WITH GRACE BRIDGE watercolor & gouache, framed, signed lower right sight: H10 3/4” W8”

PAPER

$300-500 Provenance: Crystal River, Florida private collection

(New York/Georgia, 1883-1955), group of works in various mediums, unframed, all but one signed, together with KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER, woodcut sizes ranging from H15” W12” to H6” W5” (7pcs)

$200-500

229 EDITH DEMAY SMITH

Other Notes: See lot 232.

(South Carolina, 1908-1984) Two works: RAINBOW ROW and SUNFLOWERS watercolors, framed, both signed lower right sight: H3 7/8” W4 7/8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Bozeman, Montana private collection

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230

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232 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL

233 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL PORTRAIT

WATERCOLORS

MINIATURE

(New York/Georgia, 1883-1955) ALLEGORY LADY WITH GOLDEN HAIR MYSTICAL CAMPFIRE watercolors, unframed, all signed sizes ranging from H17 1/2” W14” to H10” W8” (3pcs)

(New York/Georgia, 1883-1955) YOUNG LADY, after 1935 watercolor on ivory, framed, signed lower right sight: H3 1/2” W2 1/2”

$200-300 Other Notes: See lot 232.

$250-350 Other Notes: Born in the Longwood section of Brookline outside Boston in 1883, Pamela Hart Brown Vinton became a well-traveled miniaturist and painter. Pamela was the great-grandchild of Benjamin Latrobe, the Britishborn architect who helped create the American Greek Revival style, was the second architect of the US Capitol and well-known as one of the most important architects in the young republic. Pamela and her family moved several times during her childhood from Boston to Germany to Baltimore. She returned to Germany in 1906 and married Hans Strunz, a German national. She and Strunz divorced in 1917 and she returned to America, splitting her time between St. Mary’s, Georgia and Woodstock, New York (where she most certainly was acquainted with Alfred Hutty.) During her time in Georgia, she completed one of her best-known paintings SOUTHERN GOTHIC which is now in the collection of the Morris Museum in Augusta. Pamela’s mastery of the human face can be seen in several of the lots offered here. In the 1930s she married St. Julien Ravenel, a distant cousin of Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, and remained married to him until his death in the 1940s. She died at Woodstock in 1955 leaving a confident body of work in oil, watercolor and woodblock prints. Pamela’s marriages often led to name changes and a confusing number of signatures may be found on her work including various hyphenations of her birth name (eg.. Vinton-Brown) and her married names Strunz and Ravenel.

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234 COLLECTION OF SCRAPBOOKS, DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLORS BY

PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL 232 (one of three)

(New York/Georgia, 1883-1955), approx 25 loose drawings, watercolors and sketches by Ravenel and her father Hammond Vinton, together with two scrapbooks filled with family photographs, close to 50 cartoons and a family tree by Ravenel. (30+pcs)

$200-400 Other Notes: See lot 232.

235 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL PORTRAIT MINIATURES

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(New York/Georgia, 1883-1955) PORTRAIT OF A DISTINGUISHED LADY LADY IN A HAT, 1912 watercolor on ivory, both signed D3 3/4” & H3” W2 1/2” (2pcs)

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$200-400 Other Notes: See lot 232.

236 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL (New York/Georgia, 1883-1955), GIRL, 1917 graphite, framed, signed & dated lower right with married name together with two oils on canvasboard, unframed, signed drawing sight: H10” W7 3/4” oils: H16” W12” each (3pcs)

$300-500 234 (part of)

Other Notes: See lot 232.

236 (one of three)


241 NEWMAN S. SUDDUTH (District of Columbia, 1898-1967) CHARLESTON STREET SCENE print, framed, unsigned, titled and dated on frame verso, 1945 sight: H11” W15”

$200-400 Provenance: Crystal River, Florida private collection

242 HATTIE SAUSSY

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237 PAMELA VINTON RAVENEL (New York/Georgia, 1883-1955) DECORATIVE LANDSCAPE, circa 1934 watercolor on ivory, framed, signed lower left sight: H5 1/2” W4 1/2”

$200-400 Exhibitions: American Society of Miniature Painters, 1934 Brooklyn Museum, 1934 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1950

238 (one of two)

239 (one of two)

239 JAMES “MAC” MCCONNELL ANDERSON

240 LARGE GROUP OF CARROLL CLOAR SILKSCREENS

(Mississippi, 1907-1998) Two works: KINGFISHER, 1992 and EGRET WITH FISHERMAN, 1994 hand painted woodblock prints, framed, pencil signed & dated sight: H12” W9” to H8” W13 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500

(Arkansas/Tennessee, 1913-1993) PANTHER BOURNE silkscreens, each signed & numbered from edition of 450 sheet: H25” W34” (approx 75pcs)

(Georgia, 1890-1978) APPLE AND CROCK oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H8” W12”

$800-1,200 Other Notes: Though undated, this work stylistically suggests that it was painted early in Saussy’s career.

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

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Other Notes: See lot 232.

238 KATHERINE MERRILL

240 (one of two)

(New York/South Carolina, 1876-1962) A STREET IN CHARLESTON etching, framed, pencil signed & titled plate: H12 3/4” W8 1/2” together with Elizabeth O’Neill Verner (South Carolina, 1883-1979) HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL lithograph, framed, unglazed, signed in plate sight: H11” W14 1/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection Originally retailed by RobertsonDeschamps Co. Inc, New York, label verso

242

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244 SOUTHERN SCHOOL, EARLY/MID 20TH CENTURY APPALACHIAN FARM oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right: Sallie G____ H20” W28”

$300-500 245 EDITH E. FLISHER (Tennessee, 1885-1936) STILL LIFE OF SUMMER FLOWERS oil on board, period frame, signed lower right H18” W24”

246

$300-500 243

247 245 244

243 SYDNEY W. BUMANN (Georgia, 1889-1986) FLORAL STILL LIFE oil on board, framed, signed twice lower right H18” W22” together with Bessie Wall (Pennsylvania, 1872-1937) HUT IN WOODS oil on board, unframed, signed lower right H10” W8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Bumann purchased from artist Myrtle Jones in Savannah, 1988

246 DAVID KESSLER

248 GARY BUKOVNIK

$800-1,200

(California/Ohio, b. 1947) #9 AMARYLLIS (diptych), 1983 monoprint, panels framed together, pencil signed & dated sheet overall: H78” W29 1/2” each

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

$700-900

(New Jersey, b. 1950) OVERSPILL AT DUSK watercolor, framed, signed, titled & marked “w.c.” in pencil image: H35” W54”

247 EVELYNE BOREN (New Mexico/California, b. 1939) BACK ROAD TO TAOS watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: H28” W40”

Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1986

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Riggs Gallery, La Jolla, California 248

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249 EDWARD WINDSOR KEMBLE (Connecticut/California, 1861-1933) MISSISSIPPI RIVER PEDDLER, 1888 gouache on cardstock, matted, signed & dated lower right, titled lower center, lavishly inscribed verso sight: H16 1/2” W11 1/8”

$500-1,000 Provenance: San Francisco, California private collection

250 GORDON HOPE GRANT (New York/California, 1875-1962) 18 works: FISHERMAN’S HAVEN, THE LUMBER WHARF, CONFLICT, SHORE PATROL, BETWEEN TIDES, BREACHING THE DORY, HEADING FOR PORT, THE SALT BARK - GLOUCESTER, SAIL AND STEAM, THE SAND FENCE, THE WHALE HUNT, PIGEON COVE, FOG OVER GLOUCESTER, THE CRESTED DUNE, BOATS TO LET, GLOUCESTER WHARVES, OLD WIND JAMMER, and THE HARDY BREED each pencil signed, published by Associated American Artists c.1930-47 plate sizes ranging from: H9” W11 1/2” to H9 3/4” W13 1/8” (18pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

249

250 (part of)

251

251 JOSE MARIANO DE CREEFT (New York/France, 1884-1982) FEMALE NUDE FIGURES pen and ink, framed, signed: lower right sight size: H23 1/2” W18”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

252 GARY BUKOVNIK (California/Ohio, b. 1947) ANTICIPATION (diptych), 1986 lithograph, panels framed together, pencil signed, dated, titled & numbered sheet overall: H29 1/2” W80”

$500-700 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1986

253

253 LEROY NEIMAN (New York, 1921-2012) REGENTS PARK serigraph, framed, artist’s proof, pencil signed image: H28” W34 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection Hanson Galleries, Los Angeles, Jan. 1985

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256 ANTHONY QUINN (California, 1915-2001) GLANCE IN THE MIRROR color lithograph, framed, 70/139, pencil signed & numbered sight: H34 1/2” W29”

$400-600 Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection Center Art Galleries, Honolulu, 1984

257 JUNE FELTER 254 (one of three)

254 GARY BUKOVNIK (California/Ohio, b. 1947) FLORAL STILL LIFE IN A GLASS VASE, 1989 REFLECTIVE BEGONIAS, 1989 SIX CAMELLIAS, 1988 lithographs, framed, pencil signed, dated & numbered sheet sizes ranging from H20” W29” to H31” W37” (3pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, c. late 1980s

255 JOE DRAEGERT (California, b. 1945) MANOA VALLEY, 1985 pastel, framed, signed & dated lower right H20” W29 1/2” together with two lithographs: COLLETTE’S TABLE, 1986; and AUGUST, 1985 lithographs, framed alike, pencil signed sight: H18” W25” to H22” W29” (3pcs)

(California, b. 1919) SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE AND CHAIR BOOKS AND WATERCOLOR STILL LIFE WITH BROOKS BROTHERS HAT color etchings, framed alike, pencil signed & numbered sight: H14” W18” each (3pcs)

$300-500

256

Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1986

258 GLENN BRILL (California, 20th century) OCEAN’S VIEW (diptych), 1984 mixed media & collage, signed, dated & titled verso H53” W42” each (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1986

257 (one of three)

255 (one of three)

258

$400-600 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, c. late 1980s

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261 GREGORY KONDOS AND PHILIP MICHELSON (California, b. 1923) & (California, 20th century) RIVER RANCH, 1985 AWNING SERIES #2, 1982 lithographs, framed, pencil signed sight: H22” W24” & H27” W38” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1985

259

259 EVELYNE BOREN (New Mexico/California, b. 1939) MEXICAN FLOWER VENDORS watercolor, framed, signed lower left sight: H21” W28”

262 GARY BUKOVNIK

262 (one of two)

(California/Ohio, b. 1947) CALIFORNIA STILL LIFE #28, 1988 lithograph, framed, pencil signed, dated & numbered sheet: H39” W52” each

$300-500

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, 1990

260 COLLECTION OF SILHOUETTES

263 GARY BUKOVNIK

$300-500

LADY IN AN INTERIOR, 1862, signed: BAYNE MAN and LADY, by D. Abrahams, Coney Island, 19th century LADY, 19th century pair of lithographic silhouettes, 20th century framed sizes ranging from H7 1/2” W6 1/2” to H14 1/2” W12 1/2” (6pcs)

$300-500

264 EVELYNE BOREN (New Mexico/California, b. 1939) NAYARIT, MEXICO watercolor, framed, signed lower left sight: H22” W29”

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

(California/Ohio, b. 1947) JAPANESE MAGNOLIA (diptych), 1985 lithograph, panels framed separately, pencil signed, dated, titled & numbered sheet: H40” W30” each (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, 1985

263 (one of two)

260 (one of six)

261 (one of two)

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268 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) PORTRAIT OF LYDIA UPDEGRAFF HOWARD (18041871) OF PITTSBURGH mixed media, framed, unsigned sight: H17” W13 1/2”

268

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265 HENRY ERNEST SCHNAKENBERG (New York, 1892-1970) MADONNA AND CHILD AFTER LEONARDO mixed media, gilt art nouveau frame, signed lower left sight: H6 5/8” W5 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

266 R. RUSSELL (American, 20th/21st century) LANDSCAPE pastel, unframed, signed lower right sight: H21” W29”

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

269 THOMAS MCKNIGHT (Connecticut, b. 1941) LOG CABIN and NORTH SHORE serigraphs, framed alike, pencil signed & numbered sight: H27” W29” each (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Erickson & Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, California, c.1985

267 EMMA BENEDIKTA SIBONI (California/Indiana, 1877-1940) A MODERN EVE watercolor on ivory, framed, signed lower right sight: H5” W3 1/2”

$200-400

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271

272

273

270 ANTIQUE RUSSIAN KAZAK RUNNER

271 ANTIQUE KAZAK CARPET

272 PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER

273 ANTIQUE PERSIAN AFSHAR CARPET

circa 1880, 4’2” x 13’1”

circa 1880 3’10” x 8’4”

3’ x 12’4”

6’6” x 19’2”

$600-900

$4,000-5,000

$4,000-5,000

$1,200-1,600 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

274 KAZAK RUNNER 2’9” x 10’

$300-400 275 TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER 2’7” x 13’5”

$200-300 276 HERIZ RUNNER 2’6” x 20’4”

$600-800 277 HERIZ RUNNER 2’9” x 9’10”

$200-400 274

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280

278 GORHAM VERSAILLES PATTERN STERLING

280 REED & BARTON FRANCIS I PATTERN SILVER

FLATWARE

FLATWARE

circa 1888, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 5/8”; 8 hollow handle spreaders, L6 1/4”; 8 forks, L7 3/4”; 8 oyster forks, L5 3/4”; 8 pastry forks, L6”; 8 ice cream forks, L5 1/2”; 8 teaspoons, L6”; 8 round soups, L6 1/4”; 8 demitasse spoons, L4 3/4”; 4 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; hollow handle cake server, L10”; gravy ladle, L6 7/8”; Total 74.0oz. Troy weighable (78pcs)

circa 1907, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4”; 8 hollow handle knives, L8 3/4”; 10 forks, L7 3/4”; 8 forks, L7 1/4”; 11 salad forks, L6 1/4”; 14 teaspoons, L5 7/8”; 9 round soups, L6”; 6 round soups, L5 3/8”; 8 demitasse, L4 1/4”; 8 ice cream forks, L5 3/8”; 7 iced teas, L7 5/8”; 2 parfait spoons, L7”; 8 flat handle butter spreaders, L5 7/8”; oyster fork, L6”; hollow handle master butter knife, L7”; Total 152oz. Troy weighable. (109pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$2,000-3,000 279 AMERICAN STERLING VASE, RETAILED BY J.E. CALDWELL Philadelphia, late 19th century, Classical design double handle vase with arabesque, urn and garland designs, with weighted base; marked on underside. H20 1/2” W7”, and 75.0oz Troy all in

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

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281 REED & BARTON FRANCIS I PATTERN STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1907, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 5/8”; hollow handle master butter knife, L7 1/8”; 8 flat-handle spreaders, L5 7/8” 8 forks, L7 3/4”; 9 salad forks, L6 1/4”; 7 cocktail forks, L5 1/2”; 8 round soups, L6”; 8 teaspoons, L6”; 6 demitasse spoons, L4 1/4”; gravy ladle, L6 3/4”; sugar spoon, L6 1/4”; jelly spoon, L6”; meat fork, L8 1/8”; cream ladle, L6”; lemon fork, L4 7/8”; oyster fork, L6”; 2 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; pierced spoon, L8 1/2”; tomato server, L8 1/2”; hollow handle pastry server, L10 1/2”; together with 3 Gorham Strasbourgh pattern salt spoons, L2 3/4” all within wooden silver chest. Total 90oz. Troy weighable (78pcs)

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

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282 AMERICAN STERLING GOBLETS BY INTERNATIONAL bell form on pedestal base with foliate band around foot and vermeil interior, engraved with initial F; marked: International, Sterling, WP426 H7”, and 48.0oz Troy

$700-1,000 283 REED & BARTON FRANCIS I PATTERN SILVER SERVING PIECES

circa 1907, comprising: 2 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; solid piece cake server, L9 1/2”; solid bonbon spoon, L4 3/4”; wedding cake knife, L16 5/8”; hollow handle cake server, L10 1/4”; lasagna server, L10”; hollow handle fish knife, L10 1/2”; gravy ladle, L7”; pierced tablespoon, L8 3/8”; cold meat serving fork, L8”; Total 19oz. Troy weighable (11pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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284 REED & BARTON FRANCIS I PATTERN SILVER SERVING PIECES

circa 1907, comprising: sugar shell, L6 1/4”; sugar tongs, L4 3/4”; flat handle master butter, L7 1/8”; 2-pc salad set, L9 1/2”; Total 13oz Troy (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina 284

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285 GORHAM STERLING TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE floral scroll pattern, comprising: coffeepot, H11” teapot, H8” creamer, H6” covered sugar, H7” wastebowl, H4” lion and anchor mark and pattern A3414 Total 91.0oz Troy all in (5pcs)

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

286 INTERNATIONAL SILVER SPLENDOR PATTERN STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1939, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 1/2”; 8 hollow handle knives, L9”; 8 forks, L7 3/4”; 8 forks, L7 1/8”; 8 salad forks, L6 1/8”; 15 spoons, L5 7/8”; 8 round soups, L3/4”; 8 round soups, L5 3/4”; 8 teaspoons, L6 3/4”; 8 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2”; 8 flat handle butter spreaders, L5 5/8”; 8 demitasse, L4 1/8”; 8 cocktail forks, L5 1/2”; 2 tablespoons, L8”; cream ladle, L5 1/2”; gravy ladle, L6 1/4”; berry spoon, L8 1/4”; meat serving fork, L8 1/2”; bonbon spoon, L4 3/4”; jelly server, L4 7/8”; 2-pc hollow handle carving set, L9” and 10 1/2”; oyster fork, L5 3/4”; lemon fork, L4 3/4”; hollow handle cake server, L10”; sugar spoon, L5 7/8”; flat handle master butter, L7 1/8”; hollow handle serving knife; together with Oneida Coronation pattern silverplate pierced spoon, L4 1/2”; all within wooden silver box Total 118oz. Troy weighable. (128pcs)

285

287 INTERNATIONAL MINUET PATTERN STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1925, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 1/2”; 8 forks, L7 7/8”; 8 forks, L6”; 8 oyster forks, L5 3/8”; 1 fork, L4 3/4”; 8 round soups, L7 1/8”; 8 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2”; 13 teaspoons, L5 7/8”; 7 spoons, L5”; 3 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; 8 demitasse spoons, L4 1/8”; 8 butter spreaders, L5 1/2”; 1 serving fork, L8 3/4”; 1 sugar spoon, L5 3/4”; together with Hamilton pattern Alvin silver circa 1910 spreader monogrammed G, L6 7/8”, within case. Total 83.0oz Troy weighable (91pcs)

286

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

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 287

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289

288 GORHAM CHANTILLY PATTERN

289 INTERNATIONAL ROYAL DANISH PATTERN

STERLING FLATWARE

STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1895, monogrammed, comprising: hollow handle knife, L9 1/4”; 8 hollow handle knives, L8 1/2”; 9 salad forks, L5 3/4”; 8 forks, L7”; 31 teaspoons, L5 3/4”; 2 tablespoons, L8 1/2”; 2-pc salad serving set, L8 3/4”; flat handle butter knife, L6 3/4”; salt spoon, L2 3/4”; carving fork, L8 1/2”; carving knife, L9 3/4”; gravy ladle, L6 3/4”; mayonnaise ladle, L5”; sugar shell, L6”; jelly spoon, L6 1/8”; 8 iced teas, L7 1/2”; fork, L7 1/2”; 14 cocktail forks, L5 1/2”; lemon fork, L4 3/8”; olive fork, L5 3/4”; pickle fork, L6”; all within wooden silver box; Total 74oz. Troy weighable. (95pcs)

circa 1939, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4”; 12 forks, L7 3/4”; 12 salad forks, L6 1/4”; 1 round soup, L6”; 3 round soups, L6 1/2” 24 teaspoons, L6”; 1 tablespoon, L8 1/2”; 1 lemon fork, L6”; 1 ladle, L5 3/8”; together with Gorham Villa Norfolk pattern condiment spoon circa 1904 and Gorham Plymouth teaspoon monogrammed JPG, circa 1911, L5 7/8”, within case. Total 86oz. Troy weighable (69pcs)

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

290 ENGLISH SILVER LOVING CUP RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO London, dated 1920, engraved on underside: Reproduction of Cup made by Peter Harrache, 1699; complete hallmarks and Charles & Richard Comyns maker’s mark. H8 1/2” W12”, and 47.5oz Troy

290

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

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

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291 GORHAM STERLING CAKE BASKET

294 AMERICAN STERLING FLATWARE AND SERVING

dated 1894, shaped pivoting handle on reticulated footed oval bowl, decorated in the Georgian taste and engraved with initials ACS; marked. H10 1/2” L16” W13 1/2”, and 47.0oz Troy

PIECES

7 Gorham Plymouth tablespoons and ladle, L8 1/2” and 5 1/4”; 6 Whiting Lady Baltimore iced tea spoons, L7 1/2”; Towle Louis XIV pierced spoon and pickle fork, L6 1/2” and 6 3/8”; Towle Rustic fork, L4 3/4”; Mount Vernon Company Angelo hollow handle cake knife, L10 3/4”; Alvin Hamilton round soup, engraved, L7”; International Abbottsford serving spoon, engraved, L8 1/2” Manchester Pierced Handle olive fork, jelly server and serving fork, L6 3/8”, 6” and 5”; 16 pieces assorted serving ware, L5” to 9 3/4”; 2 pieces silverplate serving ware, L6” and 7 1/4”; together with 2 pieces European silver, L4 3/4” and 5 1/2”. Total 36.0oz Troy weighable (43pcs)

$900-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

292 STERLING-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS PERFUME FLASK AND PITCHER

Victorian flask London hallmarked 1893, L10”; and Dominick & Haff pitcher, H11 3/4” (2pcs)

291

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$400-700 Provenance: Cayce, South Carolina private collection

293 AMERICAN STERLING BEVERAGE PITCHER BY FISHER paneled ovoid form with scrolling handles, rim design and feet; marked. H9”, and 28.0oz Troy

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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295

295 COLLECTION SILVER SOUVENIR AND TEASPOONS 28 silver spoons, L4” to 6” 12 plated spoons, L3 1/2” to 6” Total 18.0oz Troy weighable (40pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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296 WHITING HYPERION PATTERN CHEESE SCOOP, AND OTHER SERVING PIECES

Whiting scoop, L8 1/2”; Georgian meat skewer by Barber, Cattle & North, L14”, Continental silver sugar sifter, L8 1/2”; 2 hollow handle cake servers, L10” and 11”; together with 3-pc cased silverplate carving set Total 7.2oz Troy weighable (8pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Savannah, Georgia private collection

297 AMERICAN AND BRITISH STERLING TABLE ARTICLES

pair American salt cellars and matching shakers, H1 3/4” and 5” set of 4 coin silver tea knives, L8” cased set of 6 English tea knives, L6 1/4” Total 17.0oz Troy all in (14pcs)

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

296

299 SILVERPLATE PUNCH SET

298

grapevine pattern, comprising: pedestal bowl, H9” Dia.13” round tray, Dia.22 1/2” ladle, L15” 12 cups, H3” (14pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

298 AMERICAN STERLING GOBLET SET BY INTERNATIONAL Lord Saybrook pattern, marked. H4 3/4”, 21.0oz Troy (8pcs)

300 AMERICAN SILVERPLATE MEAT DOME AND PUNCH

$400-600

BOWL

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

dome with beaded handle, revival cartouche and Greek-Key motif, H10” L15” W12 1/2”; together with pedestaled punch bowl, H11 1/2” Dia.13 1/2” (2pcs)

299

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

297

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301 AMERICAN STERLING TEASPOONS WITH HOLDER

assorted patterns in pierced spoonholder, all marked sterling. overall L8”, and 16.0oz Troy

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

302 AMERICAN MIXED-METAL FLASK, AND EDWARDIAN

301

STERLING QUILL

early 20th century, Elgin-American Mfg. Co. pinstripe flask in mixed-metal engraved with initials JEB, marked: EAM, Sterling 14K; together with Carrington & Co quill, engraved Prize at Tombridge School 1909, in fitted leather case. H5 3/4” W4”, L11” and 8.1oz Troy (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Alpharetta, Georgia private collection

302

303A

304 PAIR SOUTH AMERICAN STERLING GAMECOCKS matched pair with raised tail plumes; marked: 925. H7”, and 12.0oz Troy

303 SILVERPLATED CENTERPIECE AND DISH palm and elephant centerpiece, H19 3/4” Dia.13” shell and dolphin dish, H8” W8” (2pcs)

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

$200-400 303A TANE ORFEBRERIA SILVER PITCHER Mexico City, mid 20th century, shaped spout supported by scroll handle and hammered pear-form body. H13 1/4”, and 45.0oz Troy

$700-1,000 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 304

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306

304A

306 BUCCELLATI STYLE SILVER BIRDS, NAVA NENCINI

304A ITALIAN SILVERPLATE-MOUNTED MOLLUSK SHELL

pair of ducklings and bird, two marked. tallest H4”, and 9.0oz Troy all in (3pcs)

SCULPTURES

$500-800

various types of shells mounted in the form of exotic birds, marked: Binazz Italy. H16 1/2”, 20” and 25 1/2” (3pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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

307

307 CONTINENTAL SILVER HORSE AND LION FIGURES

305 FRENCH SILVERPLATE PLATEAU late 19th century, pierced gallery over shaped mirror on scrolling feet. H3” L26 1/4” W17 1/2”

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

first half 20th century, each standing figure with detailing, marked. H5 1/2” L6”, H6” L11”, and 25.0oz Troy (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

307A CONTINENTAL SILVER MINIATURE CABINET-FORM CANDLEHOLDER 19th century, bombe clothespress with functioning doors and drawers, extensively chased with Classical scenes, top with basin-form candleholders; marked. H9 1/4” W8” D2 3/4”, and 36.0oz Troy

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 307A

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308 CONTINENTAL SILVERPLATE SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRA

late 19th century, flame finial above pierced orb above another issuing scrolling arms ending in candleholders, on footed baluster stem. H25 1/2” Dia.11 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 309

309 CONTINENTAL SILVER HANGING

308

310

MIRROR

19th/20th century, shell-and-scroll chased medallion design back and verso centering looking glass. Dia.11 3/4”

312 ART NOUVEAU STYLE SILVERPLATE SCULPTURE,

$300-500

WFM sculpture with crystal ball, H13” Continental box, H8” W11” D9” unmarked centerbowl frame, H7 1/2” W17” (3pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

BOX AND CENTERBOWL

$400-800 310 CONTINENTAL SILVER-MOUNTED COCONUT SHELL

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

CUP

probably 18th century, intricately carved shell with scroll-and-floral mounts, unmarked. H5”

311

$400-600 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina collection

311 GERMAN SILVER DESSERT SET, RETAILED BY H. REIMERS Hildesheim, circa 1900, Art Nouveau pattern engraved with initials EA, comprising: 12 spoons, L5”; and flat server, L9”; marked and in original fitted case. Total 8.0oz Troy (13pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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Prince Serge Poutiatine 313 RARE BEST QUALITY PURDEY SXS SELF-OPENING SIDELOCK EJECTOR 20-BORE SPORTING GUN serial no. 23897, retailed through Abercrombie & Fitch, New York in 1929, toplever, automatic safety, double triggers, cocking indicators, pull 14 1/2", chambers 2 1/2", action fully engraved with rose and scrolling motifs, bottom of action marked: J. PURDEY & SONS, LONDON, blued barrels, right improved cylinder and left full choke barrels, top of left barrel marked: J. PURDEY & SONS, AUDLEY HOUSE, SOUTH AUDLEY STREET, LONDON, top of right barrel marked: MADE OF SIR JOSEPH WHITWORTH'S FLUID PRESSED STEEL, barrel flats nitro-proved for 7/8 oz. of shot with Birminham and London proofmarks, with raised matted rib, bottom of rib marked: MADE IN ENGLAND, pistolgrip walnut stock checkered at wrist and butt, initial plate on stock initialed: JP, checkered splinter forearm with Anson pushrod; accompanied by stitched leather leg-o-mutton case, monogrammed: JP and marked: V.L.D. barrel L26" overall L42 1/2" (2pcs) ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$10,000-20,000 Provenance: Prince Serge Poutiatine by descent, property of a lady Other Notes: Prince Serge Poutiatine was a descendant of Rurik (circa 862 AD), the progenitor of the Russian Imperial family. Poutiatine was the second husband of HIH Grand Duchess Marie Pavlona, first cousin of the last Czar of Russia, Nicholas II. Prince Poutiatine and Marie Pavlona were divorced in 1924. Prince Poutiatine remarried Shirley Manning, an American, and lived in Paris and the United States until his death in Charleston, South Carolina in 1966. His first wife, the Grand Duchess, died in Konstanz, Germany in 1958.

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314 PARKER CHE GRADE 4 SXS 12GA 1 1/2 FRAME SHOTGUN serial no. 238867, hammerless toplever boxlock ejector action, choke FULL/IMPROVED MODIFIED, gold-washed double triggers showing original case hardening colors in protected areas, bright bores, pull 14 3/4", fully engraved receiver with game scenes and scrolls, pointing dog on right side actions, game scenes on left side action, flying waterfowl on floorplate; matte rib marked: PARKER BROS. MAKERS, MERIDEN, CT. U.S.A. ACME STEEL, barrel flats marked: OVERLOAD PARKER GUN WORKS PROVED, water table marked: PARKER BROS. PAT'S. OCT. 25, 1910, original blued barrels and highly figured American walnut straight hand stock checkered at wrist, red rubber recoil pad, splinter checkered forearm with Anson & Deeley release; accompanied by stitched leather leg-o-mutton case bearing initials: JP and marked: Abercrombie & Fitch, New York. barrel L28", overall 44 1/2" ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$4,000-7,000 Provenance: Prince Serge Poutiatine by descent, property of a lady Other Notes: See lot 313

315 FRANCOTTE VL&D KNOCK-ABOUT SXS 20GA SPORTING GUN serial no. 61471, Francotte hammerless toplever boxlock action made in Belgium with extractor, Greener crossbolt, double triggers, 2 5/8" chambers, top of right barrel and left side of action marked: The Knock-About Gun, top of left barrel and right side of action marked: VON LENGERKE & DETMOLD, NEW YORK, blued barrels with game rib, action with case-hardened colors, flats with Belgian proofmarks, European walnut checkered straight hand stock and splinter forearm with Anson & Deeley release, Browning hard rubber buttplate. barrel L26" overall 42 1/2" ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$700-900 Provenance: Prince Serge Poutiatine by descent, property of a lady Other Notes: See lot 313

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316 REMINGTON MODEL 110 SEMI-AUTOMATIC LT 20GA MAGNUM SPORTING GUN

serial no. R103952U, choke IM, raised ventilated rib, blued barrel and action, pistol grip, oil finished walnut Monte Carlo checkered stock, rubber buttplate, marked. barrel L28” overall L47 1/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*** 316

$700-900 Provenance: Property of a lady

317 MIDLAND GUN CO. 12-BORE SXS HAMMERLESS SPORTING GUN 317

serial no. 68530; blued barrels, boxlock action body with top-lever, double triggers. barrels L30” overall L46” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Collection from a Washington state big game safari hunter

318 WINCHESTER PARKER 20GA SXS SHOTGUN 318

BHE grade, serial no. B20-0029. 20 guage, checkered walnut straight grip stock, case hardened and engraved, adjustable pull, 26” barrels, fitted leather case with canvas cover. ****Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*****

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

318A PIETRO BERETTA SILVER SNIPE O/U 12GA SHOTGUN serial no. 27166, non-selective trigger, blued chromium molybdenum barrels, walnut stock. barrel L26” overall 42 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*** 318A

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

319 ANTIQUE LC SMITH FIELD GRADE SXS 12GA SHOTGUN serial no. 114696, Damascus barrel, hardwood stock, pistolgrip. overall L49 1/2”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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320 BROWNING 12GA O/U SPORTING GUN serial no. 64948 56, blued barrels, walnut stock, semi-pistolgrip. barrel, 28” overall L43 1/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

321 CAESER GUERINI MAGNUS 12GA FIELD SHOTGUN

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serial no. 105173, adjustable choke, single selective gold trigger top lever, machine engraved lockplate, blued barrels, in original case with documents. barrel L28” and overall L45 3/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

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

322 BERETTA BL4 12GA SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN serial no. BL4P42961, machine engraved, walnut stock, blued barrels. barrel L30” overall L47” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 321

323 BROWNING CITORI 20GA O/U SPORTING GUN serial no. 09221, automatic ejectors, high ventilated rib, walnut stock, blue barrels and receiver, rubber buttplate, with fitted case. barrel L26” overall L43” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

324 BROWNING AUTO-5 12GA SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN 323

serial no. OM8498, blued barrel, walnut semi-pistolgrip and stock. barrel L29” overall L48 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$600-800 Provenance: Bartonville, Illinios private collection

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325 STURM RUGER RED LABEL SUPERIMPOSED 20GA SKEET GUN

329 ANTIQUE BELGIAN 20GA SXS

serial no. 40005613, with single nonselective trigger. barrel L26” overall 43” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

NVSN, Damascus barrels, straight-handed walnut stock. barrel L28” overall L43”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

326 REMINGTON MODEL-1100 12GA TRAP SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN

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serial no. L450077V, with screw-in choke tube and rifle sight. barrel L21 1/2” overall L42 1/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 327

327 ANTIQUE J. UNGER 16GA & 50-CAL SXS HAMMER CAP GUN circa 1890, NVSN, Damascus and steel barrels engraved decoration with walnut stock. barrel L27 1/2” overall L43” 328

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

328 REMINGTON MODEL 110 SKEET-B 20GA SEMI-AUTOMATIC SPORTING GUN

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HAMMER SPORTING GUN

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

330 RUGER VAQUERO SPECIAL EDITION 32-20 32 MAGNUM REVOLVER serial no. 58-91007, Model 10522 stainless and black grip; accompanied by hard case, spare chamber, lock, and documents. ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

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

330A COLT OFFICER’S MODEL .22 LR REVOLVER

serial no.16595, manufactured 1937, six-shot double-action revolver with swing-out cylinder, checkered hammer, trigger and cylinder release, knurled backstrap, non adjustable target front and rear sights, blued finish, rampant Colt medallion checkered walnut grips; leather Bucheimer holster. barrel L6” (2pcs) ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of William E. Reid, Aiken, South Carolina

serial no. 34683X, walnut stock, blued barrel and engraved receiver. barrel L28” overall L47 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 330

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331 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY

333 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY

(New York, b. 1937) QUAIL HUNTING AT BIG RED OAK oil on board, framed, signed lower right H14” W20”

(New York, b. 1937) ON POINT AT TWILIGHT watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: H12 1/2” W8 1/2”

$3,000-5,000

$1,200-1,800

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

332 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (New York, b. 1937) DOGS AND HUNTERS, 1990 watercolor, framed, signed & titled lower left and right sight: H15” W10”

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

334 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (New York, b. 1937) FISHING AT EAST FALLS watercolor, framed, signed & titled lower left and right sight: H6 3/4” W5”

$1,000-2,000

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Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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335 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (New York, b. 1937) AT FULL POINT watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: H7 3/4” W10”

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

336 THOMAS AQUINAS DALY (New York, b. 1937) MARSH lithograph, framed, pencil signed & numbered 64/490 sight: H15” W21”

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340 COLLECTION OF WILDFOWL AND HUNTING PAINTINGS BY ELLIS

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

337 BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

PREPARING FOR THE HUNT oil on canvas, framed, unsigned, H36” W29”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

338 JOHN CONRAD BERKEY (Minnesota, 1932-2008) DUCK HUNT acrylic on illustration board, unframed, signed lower right overall: H18” W20”

$400-600

336

339 ETCHINGS BY MARGUERITE KIRMSE AND CHURCHILL ETTINGER

337

(American, probably Virginia, circa 1970s) Four works: MALLARDS, CANADA GEESE, CANVASBACKS, and DOVES, c.1974 watercolors, framed, all signed framed sizes averaging H31” W25” each (4pcs)

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

Kirmse: (British/Connecticut, 18851954) ROYAL DANES etching, framed, pencil signed & titled plate: H9 3/4” W6 3/4” Ettinger: (Vermont, 1903-1984) TWO MALLARDS etching, framed, pencil signed plate: H6” W8” (2pcs)

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341 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY

$400-600 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

AROUND THE BEND oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right: Portch H18” W24”

Provenance: Seattle, Washington private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection 340

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342 REMINGTON MODEL 700 .308 WIN RIFLE WITH SCOPE serial no. 6266612, Leupold VARI-X III 3.5x10 scope flip cover. barrel L22 1/4” overall 42 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

342

342A WINCHESTER MODEL 52 BOLT ACTION .22-CAL TARGET RIFLE serial no. 56963B, Marbles adjustable peep and hooded front sight, scope mount, blackened barrel, full pistolgrip walnut stock. barrel L28” overall L45 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

342A

343 WINCHESTER MODEL 70 .30-06 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLE WITH SCOPE

serial no. 869161, with Leupold Vari-X III 3.5x10 telescopic sight. barrel L25” overall L44 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

343

344 MARLIN GOLDEN 39A MOUNTIE .22 SL & LR RIFLE WITH SCOPE serial no. AC33000, lever action carbine, blued barrel, hardwood stock, tubular magazine, Bushnell Rangemaster telescope 4x custom 22 sight. barrel L20” overall 36 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

345 MOSSBERG MODEL 835 ULTI-MAG 12GA SPORTING GUN WITH SCOPE 344

serial no. UM20118, with Weaver telescope sight, camouflage finish; Accu-Mag choke. barrel 28” overall L48 1/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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346 SAVAGE MODEL 99, .300-CAL LEVER ACTION SPORTING RIFLE serial no. 393404, buckhorn rear and blade front sights, blued barrel, walnut full pistolgrip and stock. barrel L24” overall L43 1/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$600-900 346

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

347 RUGER I-V .25-06 REM SINGLE SHOT LEVER FALLBLOCK ACTION RIFLE WITH MOUNT

347

serial no. 130-16434, blued barrel and receiver, full pistolgrip, hardwood stock, Buehler scope mount. barrel L24” overall L40 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

348 HAENEL ORIGINAL AYDT SINGLE-SHOT SCHUETZEN RIFLE serial no. 25516, with double-set trigger assembly and walnut stock. barrel L31 1/2” overall L46 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$600-900 348

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

349 HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MODEL 12 .22 LR TARGET RIFLE serial no. AV701128, hardwood stock, sling swivels, blued barrel and receiver. barrel L28 1/2” overall L46” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*** 349

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

350 SNIDER-ENFIELD MILITARY SADDLE RING CARBINE NVSN, marked: 1870 Enfield and crown over V.R. barrel L19” overall L37”

$400-600 350

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

350A INLAND U.S. M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE serial no.6728987, .30 caliber carbine, INLAND MFG DIV GENERAL MOTORS 11-44 dated barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear leaf sight. Parkerized finish. Full wood stock stamped “10” and a bomb in buttstock sling cut, with 2-rivet wood handguard and a ventilated metal handguard, sling swivel, bayonet lug, checkered steel buttplate, and banana magazine, along with two 15-round magazines in U.S. canvas pouch. barrel L18”, overall L35 3/4” (6pcs) ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*** 350A

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of William E. Reid, Aiken, South Carolina

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351 US MILITARY M1 GARAND 30-CAL SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE serial no. 2290529, walnut pistolgrip and stock. barrel L24” overall L43” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 351

352 RFI 7.62MM 2A1 BOLT ACTION MAGAZINE MILITARY RIFLE serial no. V9762, semi-pistol grip and hardwood stock, marked: ICR 1559 R.F.I. barrel L25 1/2” overall L44” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearms Laws***

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 352

353 MAUSER MODEL 98 CONVERTED BOLT ACTION 9MM SPORTING RIFLE serial no. 41006, rear ladder and blade front sights, walnut stock, reblued barrel and receiver, with scope mounts. barrel L24” overall 44” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$300-500 353

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

354 WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE NVSN, circa 1895, with buckhorn rear and blade front sights, octagonal barrel, full length magazine tube, and walnut stock. barrel L24” overall L41 1/2”

$300-500 354

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

355 GARRETT SINGLE-SHOT LEVER ACTION FALLBLOCK ACTION .280 ACK IMP RIFLE WITH SCOPE

serial no. 130-02649, with Kahles Helia Super telescopic sight. barrel L26 3/4” , overall L43 3/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws*** 355

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

356 MARLIN GOLDEN 39A 22-CAL RIFLE serial no. Z11681, walnut stock, microgroove barrel, and Bushnell 3X-8X scopechief hooded front sight. L40” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearms Laws***

$300-400 356

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Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection


357 CENTURION 98 SPORTER .30-06 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE serial no. 58796-1757, with Weatherby Premier telescopic sight 3x-9x 40. barrel L24” overall 43” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 357

358 MARLIN MODEL 1895 LEVER-ACTION .45-70 GOVT SPORTING RIFLE WITH SCOPE

serial no. B010748, with Leupold telescopic sight. barrel L21 1/4” overall 42” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 358

359 ARISAKA BOLT ACTION 6.5MM MILITARY RIFLE serial no. 80309, ladder rear and blade front sights, blackened barrel, hardwood stock. barrel L27” overall 44” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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360 MAUSER 8MM MILITARY RIFLE serial no. V5334, bolt action, hardwood stock with aluminum buttplate. barrel L24” overall L42 3/4” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina 360

361 COLLECTION OF MILITARY WEAPONS Erma German 5.4mm bolt action sporting rifle, serial no. 20990; Gevaer Fabriken Kjobenhavn WWI bolt action rifle, serial no. 14803; Japanese military WWII .30-06 carbine, serial no. 82708; bayonet with scabbard, probably British. (4pcs) ***Subject to State & Federal Firearm Laws***

$200-300

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362 RUGER MODEL 10/22 CARBINE RIFLE serial no. 192354, black finish barrel, hardwood stock. barrel L18 1/2” overall L36 1/2” ***Subject to State & Federal Firearms Laws***

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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365 MISCELLANEOUS BARRELS, STOCKS AND BAYONETS

Remington 12ga 2 3/4” barrel, L24” Blanke SxS percussion rifle barrel, L30” Remington Model 1917 Enfield bayonet, L22” Mauser bayonet with scabbard, L20” (4pcs)

363

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

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366

366 JAPANESE BRONZE AND IVORY SCULPTURE OF ELEPHANT

(Meiji period, circa 1900) STANDING ELEPHANT bronze with dark brown patina and ivory tusk, signed on underside H15” L26”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Asian Gallery, New York City in 1981 365

363 FLOBERT SINGLE SHOT 22-CAL TARGET RIFLE

364 CVA HUNTERBOLT MAGNUM .50-CAL. BLACK POWDER RIFLE

NVSN, lift block action, octagonal barrel, walnut stock with pistol grip. barrel L24” overall L39 1/2”

serial no. 61-13-096175-01, black composition full pistolgrip stock. barrel L24” overall L42”

$100-200

$50-100

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

366A DEVIN ROWE (Oregon, 20th century) THE HIDEOUT-EAGLE painted bronze, on marble and wood base, signed & numbered 4/35 H34” W21” D22”

366A

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

367 FREDERICK REMINGTON (AFTER) (New York, 1861-1909) BRONCO BUSTER bronze, marble base, signed H24” D9 1/2” W20”

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

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368

368 PIERRE JULES MENE (AFTER)

371 JULES MOIGNIEZ

(French, 1810-1879) HORSE AND RIDER bronze, wood base, signed overall: H29” D12” W32”

(French, 1835-1894) GAMEBIRD bronze with golden brown patina, signed H8” L12”

$800-1,200

$600-900

Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

369 SILVER-GILT BRONZE OF A JOCKEY AND

372 JAPANESE BRONZE SCULPTURE OF TIGER

RACEHORSE

(Meiji period, circa 1900) SNARLING TIGER bronze with dark brown patina and glass eyes, signed H7 1/2” L15”

20th century, unsigned H21 1/2” D5 1/4” L23”

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

$500-800 Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection

370 AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY ) RETRIEVER PAIR bronze, black marble base, inscribed: Lobo overall: H14 1/2”

$700-900 Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina private collection

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369

373 LOUIS ALBERT CARVIN (AFTER) (French, 1875-1951) HUNTING DOG WITH QUAIL, 20th century casting bronze, black marble base, inscribed overall: H11 1/2”

371

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

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374 PIERRE-JULES MENE (AFTER) 374

(French, 1810-1879) WHIPPET WITH BALL bronze, on verde marble base, signed overall: H6 1/2” W8” D5” together with another bronze of a hound in repose, unsigned H2 1/2” L5 1/2” (2pcs)

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

375 PIERRE-JULES MENE (AFTER) (French, 1810-1879) ON THE HUNT bronze, on rouge marble base, signed overall: H8 1/2” W13” D6 1/2” 375

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

20th century FIGHTING HOUNDS bronze, inscribed: Bayre H25 1/2” W18 1/2” D8

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

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377 ENGLISH FLINTLOCK PISTOL, W. KETLAND & CO. London, second half 18th century, 7 1/2” round barrel marked with London, steel and brass lockplate mounts, marked: W. Ketland & Co. L13”

$400-700 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

$200-400

376 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL BRONZE SCULPTURE

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377

378 SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE serial no. 516800, ladder rear and blade front sight, straight-handed walnut grip and stock. barrel L32” overall 51 1/2”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina


379 REPLICA HOPKINS & ALLEN HERITAGE MODEL UNDERHAMMER BLACK POWDER RIFLE, BY NUMRICH NVSN, single shot, octagonal barrel, rear peep sight, straight-handed hardwood stock. barrel L33” overall L49”

$100-200 379

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

380 ANTIQUE PEABODY MODEL 1862 SINGLE SHOT .50-CAL MUSKET NVSN, lever dropping block action, blued barrel, walnut stock, crescent steel buttplate. barrel L32 1/2” overall 51”

$600-900 380

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

380A US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1840 PERCUSSION MUSKET

380A

NVSN, lock plate marked US SPRINGFIELD 1852 behind hammer and stamped U.S. under an eagle in front of hammer. Full walnut stock with US marked steel buttplate, two sling swivels, three barrel bands, iron ramrod with trumpet-shaped head. barrel L40”, overall L54 3/4”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of William E. Reid, Aiken, South Carolina

381 ANTIQUE PERCUSSION 12GA SPORTING HAMMER GUN serial no. 4160, left barrel marked: Navy Arms Co, black powder only; and right barrel marked: Ditta Davide Pedersoli Gardone, VT, Brescia, Italy. barrel L28 1/2” overall L44 1/4” 381

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

382 HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1846 PERCUSSION MUSKET NVSN, iron buttplate, trigger guard, ram rod, and sling swivels; converted to fowling piece with reduced barrel. barrel L33” and overall L48 1/4” 382

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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382A EUROPEAN MILITARY PERCUSSION MUSKET & TRIANGULAR BAYONET WITH EUROPEAN BAYONET & SCABBARD NVSN, lock plate marked 852 below hammer. Full walnut stock with raised cheekpiece for right handed shooter, steel buttplate, two sling swivels, three barrel bands, non-original wood ramrod. barrel L42”, overall L57” (4pcs)

$500-700

382A

Provenance: Estate of William E. Reid, Aiken, South Carolina

383 REPLICA THOMPSON CENTER HAWKEN BLACK POWDER 50-CAL PERCUSSION RIFLE serial no. 496279, hardwood stock, brass plate. barrel L29” overall 45”

$200-300

383

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

384 REPLICA FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY LONG RIFLE NVSN, octagonal barrel, brass crescent buttplate and trigger guard. barrel L40” and overall L55”

$150-200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William L. Meehan, Aiken, South Carolina

384

385 VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMOIRE, CONVERTED TO GUN CABINET late 19th century, molded cornice and deep frieze over pair of paneled doors over drawers, scalloped base with bracket feet; fitted as gun cabinet. H89” W58” D24”

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

386 MIKE & NANCY SCHERER PAINTED CARVED WOOD DECOYS, AND OTHERS dated 1998-99 pair Bufflehead, H6” L9 1/2” pair Green-Wing Teal, H5 1/2” L10 1/2” together with Jim Beam Snowy Owl, H15”; and unsigned Canada goose, H15 1/2” (6pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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387 J. FERDERHART FLYING DUCK SCULPTURE

390 COLLECTION PAINTED CARVED WOOD DECOYS

(American, 20th century) carved and painted wood, signed H12” W8 1/2”

Big Sky carvers #01426/2000, H7” L15” stamped JFR, H7” L14” signed D. Senecal, H6 1/2” L17 1/2” 2 unsigned, H7” L14” and 14 1/2” (5pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

388 JIM AND BEEBE HOPPER CARVED AND PAINTED BIRD 387

dated 1987, dove resting on stump, signed & dated: on base, Jim & Beebe Hopper, Easton, Nov. 1987. H7 1/2” L9 1/2”

$300-600 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

391 VINTAGE SCARBOROUGH BAMBOO FLY ROD, AMHERST FISHING ROD CO

$200-300

in aluminum storage case with worn decal, 3-part rod with 2 ends, tube. L34”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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

389 FINELY CARVED STAG ANTLERS each horn highly carved with mythical creatures and scenes. H22” W17 1/2” D6 1/2”

$300-500

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Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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392 STUBBEN LEATHER ENGLISH SADDLE

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and other gear.

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

393 POCHER ALFA ROMEO SPIDER TOURING GRAN SPORT 1932 MODEL CAR 1:8 scale model in original box with all parts and manuals.

$300-500

394 POCHER ALFA ROMEO 8C 2300 MONZA 1931 MODEL

1:8 scale model in original box with all parts and manuals.

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

395 COLLECTION OF BASEBALL, FOOTBALL AND OTHER TRADING CARDS, AND SIGNED BALLS circa 1952-56 and later, comprising: 69 Bowman baseball cards 57 Topps baseball cards 19 Bowman football cards 2 signed baseballs 6 cigarette trading cards (approx. 153pcs)

$700-1,000 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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396 PAIR CONTINENTAL STALLION MODELS late 19th century, each standing composite figure with horsehair mane and tail; on later stand. H16” L18 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

397 MINIATURE WALNUT DINING TABLE late 19th century, child size fully working with single 8-inch leaf. H18 1/2” L31 1/2” W23 1/2” (open)

$200-400 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 396

398 COLLECTION OF ASSORTED TOOLS including measuring tools, saws, drawknives, braces and bits, planes and others.

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

399 COLLECTION OF STANLEY PLANES, SCRAPERS, SAW SETS including Stanley planes #2, #3, #4, two #5s, #6, #7, #8, #78 duplex rabbet, #180 rabbet, two blocks, #20 circular and another circular, two saw sets, two scrapers. (18pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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

Session II 7 December Saturday at 10am

Lots 400-1012

CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONEERS West Columbia, SC


400 PAIR INLAID MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES, BERKEY & GAY urn form surmounted with pineapple finial, lid lifts to fitted compartment, on circular turned base and square plinth; marked: P258A. H25” Dia.11 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina private collection 402

401 PAIR ENGLISH CARVED MAHOGANY AND BRASS CHESTNUT URNS

late 19th century, with brass finial over foliate-carved lid fitting on urn with brass lion’s-head ring handles, mounted on platform, resting on brass paw feet, overall H13” W6” (2pcs)

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$500-800

403 FRENCH BRASS AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID

402 ENGLISH GILT-METAL AND ONYX DESK STAND, H. GREAVES

late 19th century, box H10 1/2” W12 3/4” D9 3/4”; interior with handled tray fitted with 4 ruby cut-to-clear glass decanters H8” and 16 matching cordial glasses, H3” (22pcs)

EBONIZED TANTALUS

early 20th century, with twin gilt-metal orb-form inkwells and two pen holders, on ball feet, marked: H. Greaves, New St. Birmingham. H4 3/4” L13” D7 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 403

404 VINTAGE LOUIS VUITTON LEATHER TRUNK ON BRASS STAND

early 20th century, suitcase formfitted with tray, serial #798389; on later brass stand. H18” W36 3/4” D22 3/4”

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

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407 CONTINENTAL PARCEL-GILTWOOD ARCHITECTURAL MOTIF

probably Italian, 18th century, Baroque design massive finial with leaf and scroll design centering figural design. H22” W16” D2 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

408 PAIR CONTINENTAL PARCEL-GILTWOOD AND FAUX-PAINTED RELIQUARIES probably Italian, 18th century, cross finial over pierced cartouche fitted glazed panels on pedestal. H17 1/2” W5 1/4” D4” (2pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 405

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405 VIRGINIA GALLERIES MAHOGANY SILVER CHEST

406 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND ROSEWOOD HUMIDOR

ON STAND

rectangular hinged top over conforming case opening to copper-lined interior. H10” W15 1/2” D10 1/2”

hinged box with lift-out tray and shallow drawers, on stand with single drawer having cabriole legs with pad feet. H40 3/8” W21 1/2” D16”

$300-500 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

$400-600

ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENT

18th/19th century, winged female figure borne aloft by a bird, braced by scroll. H31” W4 1/4” D9”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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409 PRIMITIVE CARVED AND PAINTED FIGURAL

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412 PAIR GILT-BRONZE AND MARBLE BACCHIC PUTTI FIGURES

late 19th century, each grasping grape clusters in one hand, with crown of grapevines on each head, mounted on marble pedestals, overall H11”. (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

413 ENGLISH BRASS-INLAID ROSEWOOD DOUBLE TEA CADDY

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410 ENGLISH BRASS INLAID CALAMANDER JEWELRY BOX

19th century, hinged lid with brass inlaid cartouche inscribed DORA CLARK, OAK LEA, SUNDERLAND, with fitted interior with 9 open compartments, with false front opening to two drawers featuring 7 and 6 compartments respectively, all with velvet lining, lock inscribed BRAMAH, LONDON, H8” W12” D8 3/4”.

412

19th century, with intricate brass inlay throughout top and three sides, carved lid, lid interior encased in velvet centering in a rosette, with two lidded compartments and center compartment for mixing well, resting on brass bracket feet. H7 1/2” W12 1/4”

$400-600 414 PAIR CARVED WALNUT FIGURAL WALL BRACKETS

$300-600

late 19th century, molded edge top above carved eagle and fruit motifs. H18” W16 3/4” D9” (2pcs)

411 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY VENEER TEA CADDIES

$400-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

19th century, double caddy with two interior lidded compartments with brass knobs, inlaid escutcheon, brass knob feet, with handles, H6 1/4” W7 3/4” D5”; with triple caddy with three lidded compartments with wood knobs, with knob feet, H6” W10 1/4”. (2pcs)

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417 REGENCY ROSEWOOD WRITING BOX ON STAND circa 1830, case with hinged lid opening to fitted interior with leather-lined writing slope and candleholders, on associated stand of later date; lock marked: J. Bramah. overall H21” box H9” W22 1/8” D12”

$300-500 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

418 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY WRITING SLOPE WITH ARTIST ’S BOX

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415 PAIR CONTINENTAL CAST-METAL WARRIORS circa 1900, each in full regalia on shaped base. H25” (2pcs)

$300-500

19th century, hinged lid with brass cartouche featuring monogram JM, with brass edges, opening to fitted interiors, closed H7” W18” D9 3/4”; together with artist’s box, hinged lid opening to artist’s palette and fitted shelves, with Bramah lock, H3 1/4” W10 1/2” D8 1/2” (2pcs)

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$200-400 419 COLLECTION OF CARVED GILTWOOD BRACKETS AND STANDS

416 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE AND CRYSTAL TANTALUS late 19th century, silverplate-mounted oak case with crystal decanters. H16” W17” D7”

$200-300 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

set of 4 giltwood brackets with acanthusand-scroll form, H11 1/2”; 2 giltwood brackets, H6 and 11 1/2”; carved wood acanthus-form bracket, H10 1/2”; together with pair Oriental carved circular-form stands, H6”. (9pcs)

418

$300-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

420 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY WRITING SLOPE

late 19th century, opening to felt surface and compartments. H5 1/2” W15” D9 1/4”

419 (part of)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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421 AUSTRIAN COLD-PAINTED BRONZE ORIENTALIST SCULPTURE BY FRANZ BERGMAN

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424 JOSEPH HEINRICHS HAMMERED COPPER TEA SET

425 TURKISH BRASS BRAZIER

(Vienna, 1861-1936) BEDOUIN SWORD MERCHANT vibrantly painted bronze, signed with Nam Greb H4 1/2” W6” D4 1/2”

early 20th century, comprising: tea urn, H16” creamer, H4” covered sugar, H4” associated tray, L19” (4pcs)

circa 1900, reeded urn design, on round brass tray. brazier H33 1/2” tray Dia.28 1/2” (2pcs)

$600-900

$200-300

Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

422 CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE AND MALACHITE HUMMINGBIRD SCULPTURE

19th century, crested bird perched aloft twig and polished mineral base, unsigned. H8” W6 1/2” D4 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

423 FRENCH BRASS AND CELLULOID FAUX IVORY TRI-FOLD MIRROR 20th century, cover embossed with figure of woman playing celestial music with putti above, brass frame enclosing beveled mirrors, on turned feet, with chain hanger. H15” W32” open

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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426 YOUNG CHANG GRAND PIANO WITH BENCH circa 1989, Model G-200, highgloss ebony finish, serial # G053772. L6’6” W59”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

427 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST early 19th century, broken-arch and pierced fretwork crown with urn finial on blind fretwork and dentil-molded frieze, above configuration of drawers flanked by fluted columns with brass capitals and bases, lower part with three long drawers over gadroon-carved skirt with elaborate ogee bracket feet. H82” W45 1/4” D24”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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428 EDWARDIAN POLYCHROME-DECORATED AND CANED SATINWOOD ARMCHAIR

circa 1900, painted cartouche centering caned back, bowed seatrail on turned legs with casters and fitted with seat cushion. BH37” SH16”

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

429 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS WITH WRITING DRAWER

19th century, molded edge top over a configuration of three long and two short drawers with pullout slides, resting on bracket feet. H32” W41 1/2” D24”

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431 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST circa 1840, inlaid and arched molded crown over two short and three long drawers, lower half with three long drawers on bracket feet. H77 1/2” W44 1/2” D20”

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

$800-1,200 430 GEORGE III MAHOGANY GAME TABLE

432 QUEEN ANNE STYLE INLAID WALNUT DINING CHAIRS, SET OF SIX

circa 1790, hinged top, double swing gate, long drawer, on cabriole legs with pad feet. H29 1/2” W31 1/4” D15”

second half 19th century, shaped top rail, urn splat, bowed seatrail resting on inlaid cabriole legs with pad feet, comprising six side chairs. BH 39 1/2” SH17 1/2” (6pcs)

$700-1,000

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Griffin, Georgia private collection 432

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433 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

rectangular crossbanded top, on urn pedestals with saber legs and brass paw casters, fitted with two 24-inch leaves. H29 1/2” W48” L120” open

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

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434 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD circa 1800, breakfront top over a configuration of three drawers, one fitted for wine, on tapered legs. H37 1/2” D29 3/4” L64 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina private collection Mill House Antiques, Woodbury, Connecticut in 1965

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435 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF SIX 19th century, arched top rail over pierced carved urn shape back splat, on square legs joined by molded stretcher, comprising five side and one arm chair. BH38” SH18” (6pcs)

$800-1,200

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437 PAIR SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY SHIELDBACK SIDE CHAIRS

circa 1900, drape and acanthus carved shield back above caned seat and square tapered legs with spade feet.

$400-600 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection Purchased from the Collection of D. Virginia Armentrout (nee Roosevelt) of Ambler, Pennsylvania sold at auction in 2006.

438 WILLIAM IV STYLE CHEVAL MIRROR

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19th century, turned and reeded frame with acorn finials on saber legs with brass casters. H65” W19 1/2” D25”

440 HEPPLEWHITE INLAID SATINWOOD DRESSING TABLE

first half 19th century, hinged top, opening to adjustable mirror over configuration of four short drawers, on tapered legs with brass casters. H31” W42” D22 1/2”

$600-900 436 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1770, rectangular top with drop leaves over short drawer on square legs joined by shaped x-brace stretcher. H26 1/4” W19 1/2” D36” W(open)35 1/4”

$700-900

439 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY TILT-TOP

$1,000-1,600 441 GEORGE III STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY STOOL

TABLE

circa 1790, shaped piecrust tilt-top on carved and turned pedestal on carved saber shaped legs with snakepad feet. H27 1/2” Dia.27 3/8”

19th century, needlework upholstered seat on acanthus-carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. H18” W24” D19”

$300-500 438

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$600-900

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442 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID BREAKFAST TABLE

445 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET

mid 19th century, D-shaped hinged top with reeded edge, with single frieze drawer, on tapered legs with boxwood stringing. H29 1/4” W38 3/8” D18 1/4”

third quarter 19th century, molded crown, arched glazed panel doors, lower part with arched paneled doors on bracket feet. H84” W42” D21”

$400-600

$1,400-1,800

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Florida collection

443 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TWO-TIERED DUMBWAITER

circa 1835, revolving center tier with molded edge on turned column, resting on scrolling saber legs with brass casters. H40 1/2” Dia.26”

$900-1,400 444 SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED SOFA

early 19th century, padded back and shaped side panels extending to block handrests with turned supports, flanking bowled seat, on reeded legs with brass ball feet. H36 1/2” D26” L70”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 445

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448 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

450 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WORKTABLE

19th century, stamped H.Y. Walker, Lancaster, molded edge top over molded panel drawer, three long drawers on turned feet. H42 1/2” W48” D22”

circa 1800, oval top over short drawer, on tapered legs. H28” W25 3/4” D19 1/2”

$400-600

$1,000-1,400 Provenance: Florida collection

449 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DOCUMENT CABINET 446

446 ENGLISH MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

mid-19th century, molded edge top, opening to fitted interiors of small drawers and document holders. H54” W40 1/4” D19”

$500-900

first half 19th century, molded inlaid crown, divided glazed panel doors, lower part with hinged drop front, fitted interiors, three long drawers, on ogee bracket feet. H90” W45 3/8” D22”

$1,500-2,500 447 PAIR ENGLISH MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINETS first half 19th century, rectangular top above drawer and raised panel door, on splayed feet. H42” W19” D22 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Florida collection 449

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452 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1810, inset molded edge top, over two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet. H38” W42 1/2” D21”

$700-1,000 453 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SIDEBOARD

circa 1860, top has stepback with sliding panels over long and short drawer with one door, on tapered legs with spade feet. H37 1/4” overall H43 1/4” W71 1/2” D28 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 454 ENGLISH CARVED MAHOGANY TORCHIERE late 19th century, scalloped leaf-carved top on elaborate pierce-carved trefoil pedestal and shaped legs. H48” Dia.14”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Florida collection 451

451 GEORGE II INLAID WALNUT HIGHBOY late 18th century, molded cornice over case with three short and three long drawers, on waist-molded stand with three drawers and scalloped skirt, with cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. H64 1/8” W41 1/4” D21 3/8”

454

$800-1,200 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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455 GEORGE III MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE DESK

circa 1800, integrated top and slide above long drawer, three-drawer pedestals flanking recessed raised-panel door, on bracket base. H33” W34 1/8” D20”

$800-1,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

456 REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY GAME TABLE

late 19th century, hinged D-shaped top over urn-form pedestal carved with acanthus, on four reeded saber legs terminating in paw feet on casters. H31” W36 3/8” D36 1/2” open

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

457 HEPPLEWHITE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF FOUR

circa 1810, carved top rail, molded and carved splats, tapered legs, joined by molded stretchers. BH34” SH17” (4pcs)

$500-700 458 WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY LIBRARY STEPS late 19th century, three tiers, upper with side door revealing storage compartment, on lobed feet. H27” W22” D29”

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

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459 COLONIAL GOTHIC REVIVAL MAHOGANY TUBULAR

460 BANCROFT INLAID MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK

CHIME CLOCK

19th century, broken arch crown, arched glazed panel door, case with shaped door, flanked by turned columns, on ogee bracket feet. H95” W21” D11”

circa 1900, cove-molded Gothic arch above conforming glass door before eight-day brass movement striking on chimes and with three-tune musical movement, playing Whittington, Canterbury and Westminster, case with doors having Gothic tracery flanked by fluted columns and stepped feet. H93” W28 1/2” D18”

$1,200-2,000

461 BIGELOW KENNARD INLAID MAHOGANY TUBULAR CHIME CLOCK, MASSACHUSETTS goose-neck pediment with brass finials above arched glazed door flanked by colonettes, eight-day time and strike movement with moon phase in the arch, waist section with reeded quarter columns and lower case with urn medallion, quarter fans and bracket base. H95 1/4” W22 1/4” D15 3/8”

$1,000-2,000

$1,500-2,000

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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462 FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, RETAILED BY TIFFANY circa 1900, polished brass and beveled glass case, white enameled dial with Arabic numerals and marked Tiffany & Co., France; time and strike movement with quarter-hour repeat on command; backplate marked: CH. Hour. H6”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

463 MARCUS & CO INLAID MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK

early 20th century, arched case with inlaid floral design. H8 1/2” W6 1/4” D3 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

464 COLLECTION OF ANSONIA AND ANNIVERSARY CLOCKS

2 Ansonia crystal regulator chiming clocks, H9 3/4” W6 1/2” D5 1/4”, and 10 3/4” W6 1/2” D5 1/4”; Ansonia chiming clock, H15” W8 1/2” D7”; Anniversary clock, H17 1/2”. (4pcs)

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463

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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465 FRENCH AND AMERICAN CRYSTAL REGULATOR MERCURY PENDULUM CHIMING CLOCKS

467 FRENCH CARVED ALABASTER CLOCK, FEREY AU HAVRE

French example retailed by J.E. Caldwell & Co, H10 1/4” W7 1/4” Waterbury clock, H9 1/4” W5 3/4” D5” (2pcs)

19th century, column shape with floral carving and compote top. H16” W7”

$300-600

$300-500

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

466 CONTINENTAL PAINTED WOOD AND METAL WEIGHT-DRIVEN WALL CLOCK

468 INLAID WALNUT WALL CLOCK, PROBABLY GERMAN

late 19th century, pierced crown over arched hood and shaped backplate supporting works with ornate dial and bracket. H29” W13 1/2” D10”

H31” W17” D4 3/4”

$200-300

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

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Magnificent Jewelry

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469 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PALLADIUM FLEXIBLE BRACELET BY GUBELIN circa 1941, center row of 39 round brilliant-cut diamonds 9.35ctw, color F-G, clarity VS1-SI1, flanked by 198 baguette-cut diamonds 7.95ctw, color H-I, clarity VS1-SI1, in palladium setting, marked: Gubelin, 290043, Palladium, L7�

$55,000-65,000 Provenance: From the estate of a royal princess of the Italian House of Savoy, hence to a private New York collector Literature: Accompanied by EGL laboratory report US67555101J. Other Notes: A spectacular diamond bracelet featuring three rows of graduated diamonds for a total carat weight of 17.3, within articulated palladium setting with unusual hidden clasp. The bracelet was made in 1941 Gubelin of Lucerne, Switzerland for the House of Savoy.

470 ROUND EUROPEAN-CUT LOOSE DIAMOND 0.75ct, color G-H, clarity VVS1

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 470

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471 FINE ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH, BY CHAUMET circa 1914, stylized bow design with rectangular top draped with articulated geometric ribbon design, entirely set with approximately 307 round diamonds; in original fitted leather box. H4 3/4” W1 3/4”, and 15.3oz Troy all in

$10,000-15,000 Provenance: By descent from the consignor Property of a gentleman Other Notes: In the original fitted leather case, a one of a kind very large diamond brooch designed by Chaumet, Paris in 1914 for Mrs. Katherine Mortenson Carr (1890-1935) and worn on the occasion of her being presented to the Court of St. James. Mrs. Carr, the daughter of lumber magnate Mr. Jacob Mortenson and his wife, wed George Russell Carr in 1913. Mr. Carr became the C.E.O. of the Dearborn Chemical Co. In 1934, Mrs. Carr and her daughter Katherine Carr were invited to London to be admitted to Court and Mrs. Carr wore this brooch while they were presented to the Queen of England. A British newspaper, the Daily Express featured a photograph of her daughter while she prepared to go to the palace. Unfortunately, Mrs. Carr died of an illness a year after her presentation in London. Chaumet is a renowned Parisian jewelry company that was established 1780. Originally founded by the apprentice to Marie-Antoinette’s jeweler, the company also served as jeweler for Napoleon before his exile. Famous for their tiaras, Chaumet is an exemplary jewel house known for its exquisite jewelry. 471

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472 PAIR FANCY INTENSE YELLOW AND COLORLESS DIAMOND EARRINGS

4.01ctw pear-shape yellow diamonds, clarity VS1-VS2, surrounded by 1.02ctw diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS1-VS2 in platinum setting, H1�. (2pcs)

$18,000-24,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US909231801D

473 JABEL DIAMOND AND GOLD RING AND ANOTHER

473

1.0ct round brilliant-cut diamond color E-F, clarity VS2, flanked by four smaller well matched round diamonds in 18K white gold free-form setting; accompanied by another with five diamonds in white gold setting, sizes 6.75 and 4.25 (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL laboratory report US67602401D

472

476 NATURAL EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING 9.02ct emerald-cut natural emerald surrounded by 1.65ctw diamonds in 18K white gold setting, size 6.

$18,000-24,000 474 PAIR DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 474

Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS certificate 3810002693.

3.0cts round brilliant diamonds, color I-J, clarity VS2, in 14K white gold settings. (2pcs)

$6,000-9,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

475 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING center oval blue sapphire, approx. 4ct., surrounded by round and baguette-cut diamonds in 18K yellow gold setting, size 6 1/2.

$1,800-2,600 Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

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479 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING oval blue sapphire approximately 3.0ct surrounded by round-cut diamonds in 14K yellow gold setting, size 5.

$1,200-2,000 Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

480 FANCY VIVID YELLOW AND COLORLESS DIAMOND RING

477

477 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING 8.04ct oval natural medium dark sapphire, surrounded by 1.43ctw diamonds, color E-G, clarity VS1-SI2, in 18K white gold setting, size 6 1/4.

$12,000-18,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS certificate 3710002041

478 NATURAL EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING 1.18ct emerald-cut natural emerald, flanked by 1.4ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, G-H color, VS2-SI2 clarity, in platinum setting, size 3.5.

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

$10,000-15,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US909231805D.

481 NATURAL BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS

10.01ctw oval sapphires surrounded by 3.15ctw round diamonds in 18K white gold setting. H3/4” W1/2” (2pcs)

$10,000-15,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS certificate 3810002704.

482

482 SAPPHIRE, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RINGS blue sapphire and diamond-set 14K white gold ring, size 6 1/4; emerald and diamond ring, size 6 3/4. (2pcs)

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

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL laboratory report US67554901C

478

481

2.01ct square-cut vivid yellow diamond, surrounded by 0.66ctw round diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS1-VS2, in platinum setting, size 5 3/4.

479

480

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485

485 MONTBLANC NICOLAUS COPERNICUS LIMITED EDITION 888 GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN

483

483 DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN 18K white gold filigree cross set with 5.0ctw round brilliant-cut , color H-I, clarity VS2 diamonds, suspended on chain, H2” W1 1/4”.

$3,500-5,500

circa 2003, 18K white and yellow gold pen set with eight fancy yellow diamonds representing the planets’ orbit; in fitted display case, designer box and carton case; #843/888.

$5,500-6,500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

486 MONTBLANC JULES VERNE LIMITED

484 GOLD GUCCI LINK NECKLACE 18K yellow gold interlocking design, marked. L30 1/2”, and 2.3oz Troy

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

EDITION WRITING SET

circa 2003, guilloche blue enamel design, comprising: mechanical pencil, fountain and ballpint pens, in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #4017/4500.

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

486

487 MONTBLANC AGATHA CHRISTIE EDITION MEISTERSTUCK FOUNTAIN PEN

circa 1993, black resin pen with sterling silver snake accented with ruby eyes, in box and slip case; #23623/30000.

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

487

488 MONTBLANC FRANZ KAFKA LIMITED EDITION WRITING SET circa 2006, translucent red square transforming to round body, comprising: mechanical pencil, fountain and ballpoint pens; in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #1630/4500.

$800-1,200 484

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Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection


489 MONTBLANC FRIEDRICH SCHILLER

492 MONTBLANC DOSTOEVSKY LIMITED

494 MONTBLANC F. SCOTT FITZGERALD LIMITED EDITION FOUNTAIN PEN

LIMITED EDITION FOUNTAIN PEN

EDITION BALLPOINT PEN

circa 2000, amber cap and black resin case with goldplated accents, in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #16237/18000.

circa 1997, decorated black resin round body, goldplated accents and sapphire cabochon; in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #3420/8000.

circa 2002, white marbled resin body with silver inlaid black cap and tip; in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #09063/18500.

$500-800

$400-800

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

490 MONTBLANC CHARLES DICKENS SPECIAL EDITION MEISTERSTUCK

493 MONTBLANC EDGAR ALLAN POE

FOUNTAIN PEN

circa 2001, gray-green case with fluted silvered cap, in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #06052/18000.

circa 1998, midnight blue marbleized case with goldplated accents, in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #12644/15000.

$500-700

$400-600

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$400-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

LIMITED EDITION BALLPOINT PEN

490

491 MONTBLANC CHARLES DICKENS SPECIAL EDITION MEISTERSTUCK FOUNTAIN

491

PEN

circa 2001, gray-green case with fluted silvered cap, in fitted designer case, box and slip case; #06280/18000.

$500-700

492

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

488 493

489

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497

495 PATEK PHILIPPE GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH

497 VINTAGE AUDEMARS PIGUET GOLD WRISTWATCH, MADE FOR CARTIER

circa 1905, 18K yellow gold case, serial number 137047, and case marked: .750, 245679, retailed by Hight & Fairfield & Co, Butte, Mon. H2 1/2”

$1,500-2,500

18K yellow gold slim cased dial, marked: Audemars Piguet, Cartier; verso #28138, and engraved Andy with Love Mati, 7-25-63, black leather wristband, L9”; accompanied by Piaget leather pouch.

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

$700-1,000

499

Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

496 VINTAGE BUCHERER HUNTING CASE POCKET WATCH AND FOB

498 VINTAGE OMEGA SEAMASTER DE VILLE GOLD

engraved gold case opening to enameled dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, on 14K gold chain with fob and waistcoat clip. watch 2 3/4” and chain 17”

18K yellow gold case and black leather wristband. L8 1/2”

$300-400

$500-800

499 ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST STAINLESS

Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

WRISTWATCH

WRISTWATCH

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

500

case marked: 455B, and band marked:62523H18.

$400-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

500 VINTAGE LONGINE AND GRUEN WRISTWATCHES Longine diamond and 14K yellow gold dress watch with gold-filled stretch band; and Gruen Curvex Precision stretch band. (2pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

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501

505 502

503

501 BAUME & MERCIER GOLD WRISTWATCH

504 COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPECIMENS

wristband and case marked 14K yellow gold, L5 3/4”, and 0.5oz Troy

each with polished surface and one sphere, including lapis and malachite. H2 1/2” L6 1/2” to H7 3/4” W7 1/2” (5pcs)

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

502 TAG HEUER AQUARACER STAINLESS AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

505 TIGER’S EYE AND LAPIS BOXES

blue bezel and dial with luminous hands and markers; marked: Aquaracer, Automatic, Calibre 5, 300 Meter; and underside marked: WAN2111/EBE6605.

rectangular form with hinged lid. H1 1/2” W6” D4” and H1” W4 1/4” D2 5/8” (2pcs)

$300-500

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Joseph Love, Inc. New York City in 1977

Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

$400-800

506

506 MALACHITE AND LAPIS BOXES rectangular form with hinged lids. H1 1/2” W5 1/2” D4” and H2” W9 1/2” D5 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

503 TIFFANY & CO GOLD WRISTWATCH

507 CARVED MALACHITE FROG ON STAND

brushed dial with Roman numerals with brown leather wristband; marked: Tiffany & Co, 14K gold; in associated Tiffany box. L9”

finely banded stone coloration, on inlaid stand. L8”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$300-500 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

504

507

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510 MINK AND FUR DRIVING COATS approx. medium size. L27” (2pcs)

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

508

508 CARVED MINERAL SCULPTURE lions and camel scene. H2” L5” D2 1/2”

$200-400

511 MINK DRIVING COAT, RETAILED BY LEON RITTER L32”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

512 JOHN CHALLIS WALNUT HARPSICHORD WITH

509 MINK FULL-LENGTH COAT

diminutive case with Gothic style brass hinges; serial no. 55-168. H32” L37” D29”

BRASS MOUNTS

$1,500-2,000

approx. medium size. L43”

Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection

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

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Other Notes: John Challis (Ypsilanti Michigan, 1908 to 1974) studied with Arnold Dolmetsch in England. He is considered the finest harpsichord maker of the 20th century. He built approximately eight harpsichords a year charging $400 to $2700 in 1944 to create an instrument.

510 (one of two)

512

511


Ancient Asian Artifacts

513

514

513 CHINESE HAN POTTERY HORSE

514 CHINESE HAN POTTERY HORSE

Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD), stocky horse stands foursquare on sturdy braced legs, hogged mane, alert ears, mouth open in a whinny, short tied tail ending in knot, further molded with detached saddle. H39 1/2” L34” W11”

Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD), stocky horse in stride on sturdy braced legs, hogged mane, alert ears, mouth open in a whinny, short tied tail ending in knot. H38” L34” W11 1/2”

$5,000-8,000

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

$5,000-8,000

Provenance: Property of a gentleman Other Notes: Thermoluminescence analysis prepared by The Research Laboratory for Archeology at Oxford (866F19), 4.9.1997.

Other Notes: Thermoluminescence analysis prepared by The Research Laboratory for Archeology at Oxford (866H44), 5.13.1997.

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515

516

515 CHINESE PAINTED CERAMIC ATTENDANTS

517 CHINESE POTTERY STRAW-GLAZED TOMB FIGURE

probably Han or Tang Dynasty, standing slender female figures with coiffed hair and draping robes, traces of red, white and black pigments. H21” (2pcs)

Sui or Tang Dynasty, standing figure with eyes gazing ahead, clenched fist wearing tunic breastplate over chain mail, on pedestal. H18”

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Flores & Iva Antiques, NYC in 1989

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

516 CHINESE POTTERY PAINTED STRAW-GLAZED TOMB FIGURE

Sui or Tang Dynasty, standing figure with eyes gazing ahead, clenched fist wearing tunic breastplate over chain mail, extensive traces of red and green pigment, on architectural pedestal. H18”

517

518 YUAN STYLE POTTERY VESSEL vasiform, decorated with ornate bands. H19 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina collection

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Flores & Iva Antiques, NYC in 1989 518

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519

522

519 PAIR CHINESE SANCAI GLAZED

521 CHINESE POTTERY PAIR COVERED JARS

522 PAIR CHINESE CERAMIC BASKETS OF

CERAMIC FIGURAL ROOF TILES

AND BOWLS

FRUIT

Qing Dynasty, standing mythical creatures on semi-circular tile. H12” D9” W4” (2pcs)

Ming or Qing Dynasty, pair Yuan style miniature jars, H9 1/2”; and eight celadon shallow bowls, Dia.4 1/4” to 6” (10pcs)

$500-800

$500-800

late Qing Dynasty, each tazza supporting mound of pomegranates and peaches, on carved wood stand. (2pcs) H7 1/2”

Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Yuang Feng Arts & Crafts CO., Hong Kong in 1987

520 CHINESE SANCAI GLAZED POTTERY FIGURAL ROOF TILE

figure of a man, standing on stylized water, H17 3/4”.

$400-700 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

520

521

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523

523 CHINESE COROMANDEL LACQUERED EIGHT-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN Qing Dynasty, coastal scene between floral bands and vignettes above pierced design; verso with five rows of cartouches depicting flowers, landscapes, objects, figures and birds framed by floral border. H97 1/2” L124”

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Sylvia Berman Art & Antiques, Inc., New York City in 1971

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525 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD TABLE

Qing Dynasty, square molded edge top over carved pierced skirt on square legs. H34 1/2” W28 1/4” D28 1/4”

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

526 CHINESE BLACK LACQUER, STONE AND BONE INLAID SCREEN

526

19th century, decorated with scenes of figures in gardens. H72 1/2” W68”

$800-1,500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

527 CHINESE HARDWOOD CONSOLE TABLE 19th century, rectangular top over drawers, carved molded legs, joined by latticework platform base. H32 1/2” W47 1/2” D26 1/2”

$800-1,100 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

525

524

524 CHINESE EXPORT GILT-DECORATED BLACK LACQUERED WRITING DESK

19th century, broken arch crown and shaped pediment, above paneled doors, opening to fitted interiors of drawers, doors and pigeonholes, the front with double hinged top concealing fitted interiors; on stand with cabriole legs. H66” W22 3/4” D22 3/4”

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

527

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530 528

528 CHINESE GILT RED-LACQUERED CABINET last half 19th century, molded crown over doors decorated with carved Asian figures and symbols, long drawers, latticework skirt, on square legs. H69 1/2” W45” D20”

530 CHINESE CARVED JUMU WOOD CORBELS 19th century, carved architectural figures mounted on round black lacquered pedestals. (2pcs) H31” W15” D7”

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

531

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

529 CHINESE CARVED, PAINTED, IVORY AND LACQUERED TABLE SCREEN

531 TWO CHINESE LACQUERED PEDESTALS late 19th century, tops decorated with floral and bird scenes on carved square legs and paw feet, joined by platform stretcher. H28” W17 1/4” D13 1/4” (2pcs)

19th century, rectangular central panel flanked by smaller panels atop scalloped apron with square legs terminating in brass feet, depicting hunt scenes with ivory figures and mother-of-pearl accents. H34 5/8” W38 1/2” D1”

$300-500

$500-800

decorated with Chinese characters. H36” W12” (2pcs)

Provenance: Coconut Grove, Florida private collection

532 PAIR LACQUERED PEDESTALS $200-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

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533 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD PLANT STAND circa 1890, octagonal form with inset marble top, pierce-carved waist and cabriole legs unified by stretchers. H18 1/4” Dia.17”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

534 MASSIVE CHINESE CARVED IVORY DOCTOR’S LADY Qing Dynasty, reclining draped nude female figure wearing necklace and bracelet and back with tattoo of dragon, on later carved wood sofa-form stand. ivory L28” and stand H8 3/4” L33 1/2” D7”

534

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

535 PAIR CHINESE CARVED IVORY COVERED URNS Qing Dynasty, scenic finial on domed cover and slender vessel with court scene in relief flanked by mask and ring handles on wood base. H15 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection Purchased, New York City in 1972

536 PAIR CHINESE CARVED IVORY IMPERIAL FIGURES 19th century, Emperor and Empress in regal robes holding swords on carved wood base. H14” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

535

533

536

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537 PAIR CHINESE CARVED IVORY QUANYIN FIGURES Qing Dynasty, standing figures holding lotus on carved wood base. H12” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased from Gumps, San Francisco in 1938

538 CHINESE STAINED CARVED IVORY PEACOCK, SIGNED

Qing Dynasty, standing bird with rich blue staining, signed on underside. H5” L15 1/2”

$700-1,000

539

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

539 CHINESE CARVED IVORY GRASSHOPPER ON CABBAGE

Qing Dynasty, slender legged insect perched atop long vegetable finely and naturalistically carved, and mounted on lucite stand. H2” L7 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

537

541 CHINESE STAINED CARVED IVORY APPLE Qing Dynasty, naturalistically depicted fruit with light coloration. H4”

$400-800 540 PAIR CHINESE CARVED IVORY EAGLES

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Qing Dynasty, each perched on rock formation and waves, on wood stand. H7” (2pcs)

540

$500-800 Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection Purchased, New York City in 1972

538

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541


543 (one of three)

542

542 CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK

544 CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED LADY ’S

DRAGON ROBE

ROBE

Qing Dynasty, blue ground with eight five-clawed dragons chasing flaming pearls, with clouds, bats and cranes, over li shui band on lower quarter, with long sleeves featuring li shui, stripes and further symbolic embroidery, H55” W72”.

Qing Dynasty, red silk ground featuring a large frontal facing five-clawed dragon, back and both sleeves, eight smaller four-clawed dragons, bats, butterflies and birds throughout, H38” W64”.

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

543 CHINESE SILK WOMAN’S JACKETS late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: evening jacket, L43 1/2” W57” embroidered short jacket, L31” W52” jacket with embroidered figural scenes, L35 1/2” W60” (3pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased in China in 1932

$400-600 544

545 CHINESE SILK CLOTHING late 19th/ early 20th century, comprising: man’s damask silk one-button robe, L55” W74” embroidered lady’s jacket, L25 1/2” W46 1/2” child’s 3-pc ensemble (robe, L13” W28 1/2”; child’s jacket, L14” W30”; child’s hat, Dia.7 3/4) (5pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased in China in 1932

545 (one of five)

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549

548 CHINESE CARVED MARBLE BUDDHA late 19th century, seated figure on lotus base. H16 1/2” W10 1/2” D5 1/2”

$200-400 546 (one of four)

546 COLLECTION CHINESE AND INDIAN SILK CLOTHING

early 20th century, comprising: Chinese skirt with metal thread embroidery, L34 1/2” Chinese coat, L25” W52 1/2” and matching trousers, L35” embroidered Indian sari, L46” W111” (4pcs)

549 PAIR CHINESE CARVED GILTWOOD ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENTS

Qing Dynasty, highly carved ornaments with shishi mask and flowering vine motif. H20” W7 1/2” D8” (2pcs)

$400-700

552

550 CHINESE CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD BUDDHA

BUFFALOS

Qing Dynasty, seated Long Life (Happiness) holding wealth ball. H14 1/2” W15 1/2” D10 1/2”

Qing Dynasty, jovial figures aloft bison on waves. H11” W9” (2pcs)

$300-500

$600-900

547 CHINESE CARVED GILTWOOD PANELS

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

each pierced ornament framed. overall H6” W13”, H10” W26 1/2”, H14 1/2” W20 1/4” (3pcs)

551 CHINESE GUANYIN AND FOO LION

$600-800 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased from Gumps, San Francisco and aquired in China in the 1930s

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Kwong Fat Hong Porcelain Curios & Jades, Ltd, Hong Kong in 1980

552 PAIR CHINESE CARVED ROOT

BRONZE

$400-600

seated figure aloft resting lion. H9 1/2” W12” D8 1/2”

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchase from Art Asia Inc., New York City in 1967 547 (one of three)

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553 CHINESE PAINTED CARVED WOOD

555 CHINESE SCROLL

FIGURE

DEPICTING RABBITS

Qing Dynasty, seated robed figure in vibrant colors. H15” W8”

late Qing Dynasty, two white rabbits, bamboo and flowers, with calligraphy, framed size, H54” W25 1/4”.

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Marc Michot Antiquair, Bruges in 1986

554 CHINESE COPPERCLAD ROOT

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

556 CHINESE PAINTED SILK PANELS, FRAMED

19th century natural formation mounted on wood base. H8 1/2” L23” W16”

Qing Dynasty, budding tree and the other elderly man, one signed. sight size H37 1/2” W13” and H30” W11 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-400

$400-700

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

CARVING

553

$200-400

558

558 CHINESE BRASS MINIATURE SENSOR AND IVORY BOX

Qing Dynasty, sensor, H3” W4”; and decorated ivory box, L5 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-400 557 CHINESE ANCESTRAL DOUBLE

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

PORTRAIT

(19th century) MAN AND WOMAN IN BLUE ROBES watercolor, framed, unsigned sight: H36 1/2” W41 1/2”

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

555

556 (one of two)

557

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559 UNUSUAL PAIR DOUBLE-GOURD FORM LIDDED CHINESE CLOISONNE WALL VASES

waterfowl and floral cloisonne patterns on blue ground surrounded by intricate metalwork, with metal floral handles and stemshaped lid, with wood bases, overall H18 1/2”. (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

560 CHINESE CLOISONNE TAZZA Qing Dynasty, scalloped rim decorated with fish and foliate on wide pedestal base. H3 1/4” Dia.12 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

561 CHINESE PICTORIAL CLOISONNE JARDINIERE

late 19th/early 20th century, decorated with dragons amongst waves near rocky coastline. H12 1/2”

559

563

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

562 CHINESE EXPORT BRONZE-DORE MOUNTED PORCELAIN BOWL, FRENCH MARKET 19th century, famille rose alternating vignette scene bowl, clad in chinoiserie mounts. H12” W17”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

563 LARGE CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE

Qing Dynasty, floral-and-bird design with flared neck on cylinder body. H25”

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

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562


564 CHINESE PORCELAIN EROTIC PANEL Qing Dynasty, rectangular panel decorated with vignettes of intimate scenes on field of flowers. H9 3/4” W14 1/4”

$500-1,000 Provenance: St. Simons Island, Georgia collection

565 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN URNS

circa 1900, floral scenes with geometric pattern around base of necks, and applied salamanders, H17 1/4”. (2pcs)

564

$400-600

568

567 CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE

568 CHINESE PORCELAIN HAT STAND AND FAMILLE

566 CHINESE DECORATED PORCELAIN VASES

Qing Dynasty, baluster form decorated with peacock in landscape. H22 1/2”

ROSE VASE

Qing Dynasty, with applied handles, female and landscape scenes, with calligraphy, H16 1/2” to 17”. (3pcs)

$400-600

$400-700

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

565

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina Purchased from Hong Kong Art Group, Hong Kong in 1977

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569 PAIR CHINESE PORCELAIN COVERED URNS

circa 1890, urn form with dome-shaped covers, female figures in garden scenes, with Chinese script on side of each urn, covers with script, figural and landscape scenes, overall H16 3/4”. (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

569

572

570 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATTER Qing Dynasty, butterfly and floral border centering basket and floral spray. L14 1/2”

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection

571 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CONDIMENT SET IN LACQUERED CASE

Qing Dynasty, comprising six dishes configured in the round, cased in gilt decorated red lacquer footed box.

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection 570

572 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATES, COMPAGNIE DES INDES 18th century, scalloped rim with floral spray. Dia.9”

$300-500

573

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased from an Old Philadelphia family

573 CHINESE PICTORIAL PORCELAIN PANEL FRAMED early 20th century, depicting immortals looking in on court scene, contained within hardwood frame. overall size H35” W22 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 571

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574 CHINESE PORCELAIN JARDINIERE decorated with birds in peony filled landscape. H13 1/2” Dia.15 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection


576 CHINESE PORCELAIN TEAPOT, MUG, CREAMER, AND CADDIES

Qing Dynasty, comprising: teapot, H6” mug, H4 1/2” helmet-creamer, H4 1/2” 2 tea caddies, H5” (5pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection 575

577 CHINESE YUAN STYLE PORCELAIN CHARGER probably Qing Dynasty, flared rim with double border, centering flowering plant and insects. Dia.14”

$500-800 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection

578 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES AND MINIATURE VASE

Qing Dynasty, underglaze-blue and copper-red decorated miniature vase, H5”; and two signed snuff bottles, H3” (3pcs)

576

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

579 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN TUREEN AND PLATTERS

Qing Dynasty, Canton patterns, comprising: covered tureen, H9 1/2” L13” 3 platters, L13 1/2”, 15” and 17 1/2” (4pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection 578 577

575 CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWLS, TEAPOT AND HEADRESTS

Qing Dynasty, comprising: Imari bowl, H4” Dia.9” blue-and-white bowl, H3 1/2” Dia.9” Imari teapot, H5 1/2” 2 headrests, H5 1/2” and 7” (5pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

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580 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN DRAGON DISH Qing Dynasty, raised rim center creature amongst clouds. Dia.11 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection

581 CHINESE EXPORT CANTON PORCELAIN COVERED TUREEN AND PLATTER 18th/19th century, each with similar coastal scenes, tureen H6 1/2” L10 1/4” W8”, octagonal oblong platter, L14 1/2” W11 3/4”. (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection 583

582 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN CASED CONDIMENT SET Qing Dynasty, comprising of nine dishes configured in the round, cased in gilt decorated lacquer octagonal box. Dia.11 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

583 ASIAN BLUE-AND-WHITE GLAZED CERAMIC BOWL probably 18th century, footed flared form with wide decorated band. H4” Dia.8 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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581

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585 (one of two)

584

584 THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH (AFTER)

585 ARTHUR GORDON

(British, 1727-1788) THE COTTAGE DOOR oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H59” W48”

(English, b. 1868) pair works: LOOKING TO THE DOVES HAMMERSMITH, 1901 OLD KEW BRIDGE, 1901 oils on canvas, in original matching frames, both signed & dated lower left H20” W30” (2pcs)

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Cambria, California private collection

$2,500-3,500 Other Notes: The original is in the collection of the Huntington Museum and Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

586

586 LEOPOLD RIVERS (British, 1852-1905) STORMY LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, giltwood frame, signed lower right H28” W36”

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

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589 FREDERICK PERCY GRAVES (English, 1837-1903) WELSH LANDSCAPE, 1864 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right H20” W30”

$700-900 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

590 FREDERICK TATHAM

587

587 S. CEDERBERG

(British, 1805-1878) GENTLEMAN WRITING, 1841 watercolor, monumental original gilt frame, signed & dated lower right sight: H14” W17”

$600-800

(British, 19th century) SHELTIE WITH PINK BOW oil on canvas, superb period frame, signed lower right H20” W27”

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection G. Walker Gallery, Inc, Columbia, South Carolina

589

592 BRITISH SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY THOMAS WILLIAMS oil on canvas laid onto board, antique frame, unsigned, label on verso H13 1/2” W12”

$300-500 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

592 590 588

588 ALFRED FEYEN PERRIN (British, 1838-1918) NEAR BROXBOURNE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right, titled & signed on verso H20” W30”

$700-1,000

591 FRANCIS WHEATLEY (AFTER) (British, 1747-1801) LITTLE GIRL AND BASKET, 1837 oil on canvas, antique frame, signed lower left: F. Wheatley 1837 H12” W10 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 591

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593 JOHN BRETT (British, 1831-1902) LION ROCK, LIZARD oil on panel, period frame, signed lower right H10” W14”

$200-400 Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection Schillay & Rehs, New York label verso

594 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY BOOKCASE circa 1840, molded crown over divided glazed panel doors, flanked by turned tapered columns, lower part with carved molded panel doors and gilt-decorated columns ending on molded base. H100” W109” D18 1/2”

594

596 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

$7,000-9,000

circa 1840, molded crown, molded panel doors, over drop front secretary drawer with fitted interiors, three long drawers, on bracket feet. H90 1/2” W51” D22”

Provenance: Florida collection

$1,500-2,000

595 ENGLISH MAHOGANY ARCHITECT’S CHEST late 19th century, leather-inset top over configuration of nine drawers, on bracket feet. H38” W57 1/2” D28”

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

595

596

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597

597 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR 1st quarter 19th century, shaped back rail over pierced splats, molded seatrail, square chamfered legs joined by molded stretcher. BH32 1/2” SH18”

$300-500

599

599 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND, MUIRHEAD MOFFAT & CO circa 1900, molded edge top over three long drawers, on carved base with cabriole legs on ball-and-claw feet. H33” W42” D22 1/2”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Florida collection

598 ENGLISH BURL WALNUT PEDESTAL CABINET, HOLLAND & SONS

Other Notes: Muirhead Moffat & Co, Glosgow labeled on reverse.

late 19th century, hinged top over molded panel front and base. H18 3/4” W18” D17 3/4”

600 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS

$800-1,200 Provenance: Camden, South Carolina collection

600

circa 1840, molded crown, oval inset molded panel doors, over two short and three long drawers, shaped skirt on splayed feet. H82 1/2” W47 1/2” D22”

$1,500-2,000 601 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY WRITING DESK circa 1810, hinged slant lid, inlaid fitted interiors over two short and three long drawers, on ogee bracket feet. H43 1/2” W49 1/4” D22”

$900-1,400

598

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605 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1820, molded edge top over two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet. H34 1/2” W37 1/2” D20 1/4”

$700-1,000 606 WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE WALNUT SIDE TABLE

fourth quarter 19th century, rectangular molded edge top over long drawer on barley twist legs joined by molded stretcher ending with bun feet. H28 1/4” W37 1/4” D24” 602

605

$500-800

602 GEORGIAN CARVED OAK GAINSBOROUGH CHAIR

607 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER

early 19th century, upholstered back and seat leading to padded armrests and square legs with molded stretcher. BH42” SH17” W25” D24”

circa 1835, three tiers with molded edges, joining turned columns on brass casters. H38” W46 1/2” D18 1/2”

$900-1,400

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Florida collection

604

Provenance: Florida collection

603 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOWFRONT SIDEBOARD

1st quarter 19th century, D-shaped top over configuration of five drawers on tapered chamfered legs with spade feet. H36 3/4” W60 3/4” D29”

606

$1,500-2,500 604 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET

3rd quarter 19th century, molded crown, over divided molded panel upper and lower doors, on molded base. H85” W45” D20 1/2”

$800-1,200

603

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608 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

611 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE

circa 1800, rectangular top with drop leaves over a short drawer on tapered legs with brass casters. H29” W26” D36 1/2”

early 19th century, molded crown, over frieze with arch molded decoration, glazed divided panel door, upper row with arched molding, lower part with two molded panel doors, on molded base. H99” W58 1/4” D17 3/8”

$500-800

$2,500-3,500

609 SHERATON MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF

612 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY GAMES

FOUR

TABLE

late 18th/ early 19th century, arched crest rail with wheat carving, pierced back splat with linen-fold inlay, molded arm rest, on tapered molded legs, joined by stretcher, comprising 2 arm and 2 side chairs. BH36” SH17 1/2” (4pcs)

inset and outturned corner top above frieze with small drawers, on cabriole legs with shell carved knees. H30 1/2” W36” D26”

$800-1,200

611

$400-600 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

610 REGENCY STYLE INLAID SATINWOOD CONSOLE TABLE

crossbanded top, inlaid frieze with drawer, on figural supports of carved ram’s heads, ending on platform base, with mirrored back. H35” W45 1/4” D21 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Florida collection

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614 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY CURIO CABINET circa 1900, pierce-molded crown, arched divided glazed panel doors, over three short drawers and molded panel doors, on straight legs. H83” W51” D15”

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

615 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE

613

613 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY AND NEEDLEWORK STOOL

late 19th century, overupholstered seat on carved cabriole legs with trefoil feet joined by turned stretcher. H17” W16” D14”

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

crossbanded and linenfold inlaid top above skirt with drawers on tapered fluted legs. H36 1/2” W78 3/4” D18 3/4”

616

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

616 PAIR OF SHERATON MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS circa 1800, reeded top rail, stiles and back splats on turned legs joined by x-brace stretcher. BH34 1/2” SH18 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-400 617 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE circa 1790, round top on turned carved baluster pedestal supported by saber legs with snakepad feet. H28 1/2” Dia.34”

$400-700 Provenance: New Hampshire collection 617

614

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618 GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CABINET

circa 1810, dentil molded crown over scrolling divided glazed panel door. H46” W36 1/4” D22 1/2”

$500-800 619 GEORGE III MAHOGANY DROP LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE

circa 1780, rectangular top on tapered legs with pad feet. H27 1/2” W44 1/4” L52 1/2”(open) L19 3/4”(closed)

$500-700 620 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS

618

late 19th century, serpentine molded edge top over conforming case with graduated drawers, on ball-and-claw feet. H58” D25 1/2” D17”

621 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE CABINET

$700-1,000 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

crossbanded D-shaped top over long drawer, four doors, on tapered legs with spade feet. H37” W60” D23”

$700-900 Provenance: Florida collection

622 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY 620

ARMCHAIR

upholstered back and seat, carved armrest and square legs with pierced stretchers. BH37” SH17” W27” D28”

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

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625 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD LOOKING GLASS

broken-arch crown with shell-carved pediment, leaf decoration and lamb’s-tongue carved molding. H49” W25”

$500-700 Provenance: Coconut Grove, Florida private collection

626 REGENCY STYLE GILTWOOD OVERMANTLE MIRROR late 19th century, molded cornice with spherical ornaments, mirror divided by reeded half columns. H28 1/8” W62 3/4”

$400-700 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

624

622

623 ADAM CARVED GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR

first half 19th century, breakfront crown over frieze of urn, swag and bellflower designs and triptych looking glass. H36” W68”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Newton, Pennsylvania private collection

624 CARVED GILTWOOD

623

FRAMED MIRROR

19th century, leaf decoration and molded frame. H32 1/2” W44”

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

626

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628

630

627 ART DECO PLATINUM FILIGREE DIAMOND

629 PAIR DIAMOND LOOP EARRINGS

631 DIAMOND LINE NECKLACE

ENGAGEMENT RING

8.50ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color F-G, clarity SI, in 18K white gold loops, H1 1/2”. (2pcs)

10.0ct round brilliant-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity SI, in 18K white gold setting, L16”.

$9,000-14,000

$8,000-12,000

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate US9082792404D

630 DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE CLUSTER RINGS

632 TRIPLE SQUARE-CUT DIAMOND RING

628 DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

blue sapphire and diamond ring in 14K white gold, size 6; marquis round and baguette diamond cluster ring in 14K white gold, size 7 1/2. (2pcs)

center diamond flanked by smaller diamonds, totaling approximately 1.5ctw, color I-K, clarity SI-1, in 14K yellow gold setting, size 7.

$1,400-1,800

Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

2.05ct old European-cut diamond, color J-K, clarity VS1, flanked by 0.16ctw diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS2-SI1, size 7.

$10,000-15,000

approximate 1.0ct. oval brilliant-cut diamond, color J-K, clarity SI-1 in 14K yellow gold setting, size 7 1/2.

$1,200-1,800

Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

$1,200-1,600 Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

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632


633

634

635

633 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

635 DIAMOND AND GOLD ENGAGEMENT RING

2.07ct square emerald-cut diamond, color I, clarity VS1, in 18K white gold setting with 1.24ctw diamonds, size 6 3/4.

approx. 1.0ct marquise-cut diamond, color G-H, in 14K yellow gold setting, size 4

$9,000-14,000

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL certificate EGL3032095527

634 MAGNIFICENT GOLD-BOUND QUARTZ PENDANT 253.0ct oval-cut yellow-green quartz with finely worked 14K yellow gold serpent entwined around stone to form pendant. H2 1/4” W1 1/4” D1 1/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$800-1,200

636 ART DECO PLATINUM FILIGREE DIAMOND AND EMERALD RING

1.0ct round brilliant-cut diamond, color D-E, clarity VS2, surrounded by 1.05ctw round single and baguette cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS2-SI2, accented by square and triangular emeralds, in platinum setting, size 8 1/2.

636

$8,000-12,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS certificate US908844103D

Other Notes: Accompanied by EGL laboratory report US67555401C.

637 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND FLORAL-FORM BROOCH 7.0ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color D-E, clarity VS, L4”.

$5,500-8,500

637

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641

638 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRIDAL SET

640 DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRIDAL SET

641 RETRO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

approx. 1.5ct side-set marquise-cut diamond ring flanked by small diamonds in 14K white gold setting with joined wedding band, size 4.5.

approx. .75ct round diamond, color G-H, in joined platinum mounts with side diamonds, size 5 1/2

circa 1950, foliate-form platinum setting with 7.0ctw marquise and round brilliant-cut diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS, L6 1/2”.

$800-1,200

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$700-1,000

$6,500-8,500

639 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

circa 1930, platinum setting with 5.0ctw old European-cut diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS, L7 1/2”.

$5,500-8,500

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642

643

644

642 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SERAPI CARPET

645 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SENNEH CARPET

648 SEMI-ANTIQUE INDIAN SAROUK CARPET

circa 1880 9’7” x 10’10”

circa 1880 8’1” x 14’6”

circa 1930s, 9’10” x 19’ 9”

$5,000-7,000

$4,000-5,000

Provenance: Florence, South Carolina private collection

643 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

646 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

8’5” x 11’10”

12’ x 15’

$1,000-1,500

$1,800-2,500

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

644 INDO-SERAPI CARPET

$1,500-2,500

647 ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET early 20th century, 11’4” x 8’

9’9” x 7’10”

$800-1,200

$700-1,000

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

645

648

646

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650

649 ANTIQUE PERSIAN FARAHAN

651 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

CARPET

8’7” x 12’2”

CARPET

circa 1880 10’8” x 11’8”

$700-900

9’10’ x 13’11”

651

654 KASHMIR SERAPI

$1,000-1,500

$4,000-5,000

652 ANTIQUE PERSIAN TABRIZ

650 SEMI-ANTIQUE HERIZ CARPET

CARPET

8’7” x 11’11”

circa 1920 9’10” x 13’2”

$1,200-1,600

$4,000-5,000

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

653 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

655 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KASHAN MOHTASHAM CARPET

circa 1900 12’2” x 21’7”

$4,000-6,000

circa 1950, 7’10” x 10’4”

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

652

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653

654


658 TOLEWARE TRAY, SIGNED C.P. FEURER late 19th century, scalloped edge centering floral painted field. L28 1/2” W22 1/2”

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

659 FRENCH CHINOISERIE TOLE PAINTED TRAY

656

656 CONTINENTAL GLASS, BRASS AND PAINTED WOOD

19th century, rectangular shape centering figural landscape with temple. L31” W24”

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

LOCK BOX

660

661 CHINESE BRASS-BOUND AND LEATHER CAMPHORWOOD BOX

19th century, painted hinged lid over brass-bound decorated blue glass panels on scrolling cartouche-form feet. H6 1/2” W8 1/2” D5 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

657 TOLEWARE TRAY, SIGNED C.P. FEURER

660 RUSSIAN PICTORIAL LACQUERWARE BOX, SIGNED

circa 1900, hinged lid with brass tack-head decoration. H12 1/2” W28 3/4” D15”

oval cover decorated with extensive scene of warrior in moonlit landscape within gilt frame on black ground and opening to red interior, signed. H1 1/4” L6” W3 1/4”

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$200-300

$300-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

late 19th century, oval molded edge centering painted floral and fountain scene. L27 1/4” W22 1/2”

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

657

661

658

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662 ANGLO-INDIAN TURNED AND STAINED IVORY MONOBLOC CHESS SET Vizagapatam, 19th century, comprising: 2 Kings with Maltese cross finials, 2 Queens, 4 Rooks, 4 Bishops, 5 Knights, and 16 pawns; in natural and red stained colorations. King H4” and pawn H1” (33pcs)

663

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

663 UNUSUAL JAPANESE BLACK-LACQUERED PUZZLE BOX Meiji period, cartouche-shape lidded case, opening to intricately shaped two-tier layer of boxes on stand; interior of lid marked with accession number 60.1.20. H8 1/2” W15” D10 1/4”

$600-900 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection Purchased from these rooms, sale Historic Charleston Foundation Deaccession Property, March 13, 1999, Lot 85.

664 JAPANESE LACQUERED DIMINUTIVE COLLECTOR’S CABINET

664

Meiji period, coffered rectangular hinged top over doors opening to small drawers above long drawer, decorated with birds and trees, with metal mounts. H13 1/2” W12” D6 1/4”

$300-600 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina collection

665 ASIAN IVORY-CLAD AND GILT-DECORATED CAMEL probably Indian, 19th century, standing figure with painted and gilt saddle blanket and harness. H15 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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666 ANGLO-INDIAN NACRE AND IVORY SCEPTER 19th century, open mouthed feline with ivory eyes, teeth and tongue, with copper-studded mother-of-pearl clad handle. L19”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

667 CONTINENTAL GEM-SET ENAMEL AND GILT-BRONZE MUSIC BOX early 20th century, cabochon gem and seed pearl-inset hinged top and conforming rectangular case, opening to divided interiors fitted with Swiss works, marked: GE Ste-Croix, Swiss Made. H2 1/2” W6” D3 1/2”

666

670 THAI GEOMETRIC GLASS INLAID SCROLL BOX

green, yellow, blue and colorless glass clad case with hinged lid and red-painted interior. H4 1/2” L24” D4”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$200-300 Provenance: Tybee Island, Georgia private collection

668 PAIR CARVED GILT BRACKETS acanthus and stylized shell-carved, H18 1/2” W10 1/2” D7 1/2”. (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

669 PAIR CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD CORNER BRACKETS

early 20th century, shield-and-acanthus pediment over arched frame centering mirrored panels and shelf above elaborate pendent drop. H24 1/2” W13” D8” (2pcs)

670

671 ANGLO-INDIAN BONE-CLAD WOOD TRINKET BOX

early 20th century, with intricate bone patterns, vacant bone cartouche on center of lid, with metal escutcheon and carved bone claw feet, with wood scalloped-edge fitted interior, H2 1/4” L7 1/2” D3 1/4”.

$200-400 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 671

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

667

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674

672 COLLECTION OF WALKING STICKS

674 COLLECTION OF CANES AND WALKING STICKS

late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: gold-plated top with engraved dedication, L36” brass & oak, L34” folk art signed John Noll, L33” turned, L33” mahogany & brass, L35 1/2” Panama coin inset, L36” ivory cap, L33” English sterling cap, L35” and child’s stick with sterling cap, L25” (9pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: Asian carved bone with dagger, L33” carved bone and turquoise, L33” bamboo, L34” primitive carved, L35 1/2” shepherd’s crook form, L34” folk art snake carved, L31 1/2” branch form, L36” (7pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

673 ENGLISH FRUITWOOD

675

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

675 COLLECTION OF CANES late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: carved horn, L37” wrought-metal and marble, L37” dog’s head, L36” ebony and ivory, L36” French rosewood and silver, L35 1/2” stacked horn, L35” (6pcs)

CANE CABINET

circa 1890, quarter-round glazed hinged lid, over glazed front and sides, molded edge base on casters. H48 1/2” W36” D18 1/2”

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

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

676 WEBER COSTELLO 12-INCH TERRESTRIAL GLOBE first half 20th century, with ornate stand. H20”

$200-400 676

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Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

673


680 WILLIAM SHAYER (British, 1787-1879) GYPSY ENCAMPMENT NEAR LYNDHURST oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower left H24” W30”

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

680

681 GERHARD NESVADBA

677

677 PAUL EMILE PISSARRO

(German, b. 1941) ROLLING HILLS WITH RED POPPY FIELD oil on canvas, framed, signed: lower left H48” W36”

(French, 1884-1972) GARE DE CLECY oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower right H22” W18”

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

$5,000-8,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

678 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY THE LITTLE GAMBLERS oil on canvas, antique frame, unsigned H39 1/2” W50”

$2,000-3,000

678

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

679 PAUL MANDUAU OR MANDUAN Belgian, early 20th century) CHANSON DU FAUNE (SONG OF WILDLIFE), 1921 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right, titled & signed verso H40” W60”

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

679

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682 PAL FRIED (Hungarian, 1893-1976) JEANEATTE oil on canvas, original frame, signed lower left, titled verso H24” W30”

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

683 ANNE AUGER 682

(French, b. 1960) PARADE, 2001 oil & collage on burlap, unframed as intended, signed & dated lower left & verso H45” W57”

685

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

684 COLLECTION OF PARISIAN PAINTINGS, 20TH CENTURY pair of painted tiles signed: C.H. Nicoise pair of oils on canvas signed lower right H6” W6” & H12” W6” (4pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 683

685 STEFAN LOKOS (1913-1994) ROCKY COAST ABSTRACT oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right

686

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

686 T. COLE (Continental, 20th century) BEACH SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H12” W16”

$300-500 Provenance: Burlingame, California collection 684

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689 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left: Van Ruiz H19 3/4” W27 1/4”

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

688

687 JOHN FRIEDLINGER (Hungarian, b. 1890) STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT and CHALICE oil on canvas, period frame, signed lower right H24” W30”

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

688 LUIS DOMINGO ALVAREZ (ATTRIBUTED TO) (Spanish, 20th century) STUDY oil on board, framed, unsigned H12 3/4” W16”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

690 PIERRE-PAUL PRUD’HON (ATTRIBUTED TO OR STUDIO OF) (French, 1758-1823) ANDROMACHE AND ASTYANAX oil on canvas, period frame, unsigned H9 1/4” W11 3/8”

$5,000-7,000

690

Other Notes: The original version of this painting, now in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, was begun by Prud’hon in 1814. Unfinished at the time of his death, a former student Charles Boulanger de Boisfremont (French, 1773-1838) finished the painting changing some of the figure’s gestures and adding vases into the background of the painting. This work, either copied from Prud’hon’s original in the years 1814-1823 or quite possibly an oil study by Prud’hon himself, does not have those changes and must have been completed before Charles Boulanger de Boisfremont’s were made.

691 FERNANDO VICHI (Italian, 1875-1945) PRIMAVERA marble on verde marble base, signed:Primavera/F.Vichi Firenze overall: H21”

$500-700 Provenance: Hickory Grove, South Carolina private collection

689

691

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692

692 AUGUSTE MOREAU

694 JEAN DIDIER DEBUT

(French, 1834-1917) FANCIULLE CON FIORI patinated bronze on verde marble base, signed overall: H29”

(French, 1824-1893) AMOUR MENDIANT bronze with red-brown patina on marble base, signed: D. Debut H16”

$1,000-2,000

$500-900

Provenance: Hickory Grove, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

693 JOE DESCOMPS

695 FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER (MANNER OF)

(French, 1869-1950) NU FEMININ bronze, signed, Louchet foundry mark H11 1/4”

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

694

696 CONTINENTAL FIGURE OF WARRIOR DRAWING SWORD, AFTER EMILE PICAULT (French, 1833-1915), patinated metal, composite base, inscribed: HONOR PATRIA and PRO ARIS ET FOCIS overall: H34” W13 1/2” D15”

$500-1,000

697 EMMANUEL VILLANIS (French, 1858-1914) HEAD OF A WOMAN bronze, marble base, signed: E. Villani overall: H12”

$500-700 Provenance: Hickory Grove, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

(Austrian, 1845-1897) NUBIAN WOMAN painted ceramic, unsigned H11” W9 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

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698 ALEXANDRE LEONARD

701 ED DWIGHT

(French, 1821-1877) LE SOMMEIL DE LA VIERGE terracotta, signed H9 1/2” W8 1/2” D6”

(Colorado, b. 1923) NATIVE AMERICAN, 1985 bronze, marble & wood base, numbered 2/30, signed overall: H31”

$400-600

$500-700

Provenance: Hickory Grove, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection

699 JOSEPH LE GULUCHE (French, 1849-1915) IN THE OASIS terracotta, titled, signed & inscribed overall: H23”

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

698

700 BRUNO BRUNI (Italian, b. 1935) ZARTLICHKEIT (Tenderness), 1980 bronze, mounted in frame, numbered 65/250, signed H30” W16” framed: H36” W22”

$800-1,200

Other Notes: Before earning his MFA from the University of Denver in 1978, Ed Dwight was a successful computer systems engineer, military pilot and was handpicked by John F. Kennedy as the first African American astronaut candidate. South Carolinians best know him as the sculptor of the 2001 African American History Monument on the grounds SC State Capitol in Columbia.

702

Provenance: Summerville, South Carolina private collection

702 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD CUSHION MIRROR

late 19th century, pierced shell-and-scroll pediment with musical trophies over molded and beaded frame centering beveled mirror; old label on verso: Maison Texier, A. Lanoe Sudoc Nantes 8 Rue Boileau. H62” W41”

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

699

700

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706

704 RENAISSANCE STYLE GESSO MIRROR leaf-carved pediment above scrolling floral and shelldesign frame centering rectangular looking glass. H47 1/2” W33 1/2”

$500-900 703

703 ROCOCO REVIVAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR 19th century, shaped frame surmounted with leafy and floral cresting, centering egg-and-dart oval and beveled mirrored panels, with rocaille brackets and pendant. H60” W44”

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

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

705 FRENCH PAINTED GESSO MIRROR

708 CHICKERING & SONS MAHOGANY QUARTER GRAND PIANO WITH BENCH early 20th century, Sheraton style carved mahogany case and matching bench, Quarter Grand Scale 121, and #1105. L5’6”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

circa 1900 H55 1/2” W34 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Cornelius, North Carolina collection

706 VENETIAN GLASS DRESSING MIRROR early 20th century, rim features clear glass with blue flowers, with wood easel back, H21 3/4” W18”.

$200-400 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

707 VENETIAN MIRROR 20th century, scallop-shaped oval form with etched and cut decoration. H31” W26”

$200-400 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection 704

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The Florentine Renaissance

709

709 ITALIAN RENAISSANCE FLORENTINE PARCEL-GILT WALNUT REFECTORY TABLE 16th century, plank top with molded skirt on elaborate scrolling floral-carved trestle supports joined by carved stretcher. H32 1/2” L117 1/2” W35”

$7,000-10,000 Provenance: By descent from the consignor Property of a gentleman Other Notes: During Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.’s term as Ambassador to the Court of St. James (19381940), the Kennedy family vacationed in a home called the Chateau Domaine de Beaumont in the South of France. This refectory table was present within Beaumont during the Kennedys’ vacations and was used by them. Chicago socialite Katherine Mortenson Carr and her husband George Russell Carr, CEO of the Dearborn Chemical Co., built this impressive mansion in the early 1930s. Beaumont was an expansive architectural feat designed by prominent French architect Jacques Couelle (1902-1996), nicknamed the Architect of Billionaires, and close friend of Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. Beaumont featured 38 rooms built with a Provencal theme, and overlooked the Mediterranean and Italian Alps.

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710 PAIR BAROQUE PARCEL-GILT AND POLYCHROME SOLOMONIC COLUMNS probably Spanish or Italian, 18th/19th century, Corinthian capitals on twist column and carved pedestal base. H67” (2pcs)

$3,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

711 PAIR FRENCH CARVED OAK ARMCHAIRS

circa 1900, upholstered back and seat, carved handrests on turned legs joined by molded stretchers. BH47 1/2” SH17” W26” (2pcs)

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

712 FRENCH PROVINCIAL

711

CARVED WALNUT ARMOIRE

18th century, carved molded crown above carved frieze with swag and drape decorations, centering carved figure of pair of doves over two carved molded panel doors centering carved dove decorations, on molded feet joined by carved skirt. H94” W59” D21”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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713

715

716

713 FRENCH PROVINCIAL CARVED WALNUT CABINET

715 CONTINENTAL EMBOSSED

late 18th century, molded edge top over long drawers, carved molded panel doors and skirt, on legs with scrolling carving. H40” W46” D24”

LEATHER COCKFIGHTING CHAIR

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

714 PAIR CONTINENTAL POLYCHROME CARVED GILTWOOD BLACKAMOOR TABLES

late 19th century BH30 1/2” SH19 1/2”

$300-500

716 SPANISH CARVED WALNUT CHEST

early 20th century, scalloped top with shell design supported by Nubian figure ending on shell-carved base. (2pcs) H22 1/2” Dia.15”

17th/18th century, primitive carved design on hinged lid and body. H27 3/4” D22 1/4” W37 1/2”

$500-800

Provenance: St. George, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

$300-600

717 PAIR BIEDERMEIER BIRCHWOOD CABINETS

mid 19th century, molded stepped crown, glazed panel door, over lower door opening to pullout slides, on block feet. H82” W33” D23” (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Florida collection

714

717

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719 CONTINENTAL INLAID AND BRONZE-MOUNTED CURIO

late 19th century, leafy cresting upon serpentine-molded cornice, conforming case with glazed door and sidelights above floral panels, on cabriole legs with X-stretcher, bronze chutes and sabots. H77” W27 1/4” D18 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Fort Worth, Texas private collection

720 PAIR CONTINENTAL INLAID MAHOGANY AND BRASS TORCHERES

718

718 FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD SETTEE late 19th century, shaped bead-and-channel frame embellished with shells, acanthus and flowerheads, with padded back and seat, on X-brace trestle base. H34 1/2” D20” L33”

mid 19th century, two tiers with pierced brass gallery, ending on saber legs with snake feet. H46 3/4” Dia.12 1/8” (2pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: New Hampshire collection 721

721 FRENCH BOULLE-WORK AND MARBLETOP

$300-500

CABINET

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

19th century, Boulle and ebony marbletop case with glazed door, on shaped bracket base, with gilt-bronze mounts. H41 1/8” W29” D15 1/2”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina collection

722 LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE-MOUNTED MARQUETRY AND MARBLETOP BOMBE CHEST

third quarter 19th century, molded serpentine rouge-mottled marble top, on two-drawer case with splayed legs. H34 1/2” W48” D21 1/2”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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722


725 NAPOLEON III YEW SEWING STAND

third quarter 19th century, round hinged top on turned columns on quatrefoil base with bun feet. H33 1/2” Dia.18 3/4”

$600-900 Provenance: Florida collection

726 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED WALNUT AND MARBLETOP CONSOLE

circa 1900, black and gold-veined serpentine marble top, over shell and lea-carved frame, cabriole legs, joined by carved molded X-brace stretcher. H32” W49” D17”

725

724

$500-700 Provenance: Florida collection

727 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED BEECHWOOD FAUTEUILS

723

723 DUTCH WALNUT CABINET ON STAND first part 19th century, arched molded crown, glazed panel door, and side lights, stand with shaped skirt, carved molded cabriole legs with pad feet.

late 19th century, ribbon-carved crestrail, acanthus leaf-carved frame, on turned fluted legs. BH38” SH16” (2pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Florida collection

$2,000-2,800 Provenance: Florida collection

724 LOUIS XV STYLE PAINTED ARMCHAIR mid to late 19th century, cartouche-form back and scrolling arms terminating in volutes and flanking overupholstered serpentine seat, on cabriole legs with shell toes. BH35 3/4” SH19” W23” D23 1/4”

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

726

728 FRENCH CARVED WALNUT AND MARBLE PEDESTAL

round black marble inset top on acanthus and ribbon-carved edge and skirt on cabriole legs with scroll feet. H19” Dia.17 1/2”

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

727

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732

731 PAIR NAPOLEON III BRONZE-MOUNTED WALNUT

732 DUTCH STYLE CARVED WALNUT LOWBOY

SIDE CABINETS

shaped top over two long drawers, elaborately carved skirt, on carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. H30” W34” D19”

19th century, oval marble top, over drawer and door, above turned columns and platform with brass paw feet. H34 1/2” W19 1/4” D15 1/2” (2pcs)

$800-1,100 Provenance: Florida collection

$600-900 733 FRENCH MAHOGANY AND BRONZE-MOUNTED SIDE

729

729 UNUSUAL GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED ROSEWOOD WRITING/GAMES TABLE

TABLES

circa 1900each with mottled marble tops, one rectangular with canted corners, pierced gallery and colonette legs unified by undertier, H32 1/2” W20 1/4” D13 1/4”; the other near-square with single drawer, on slender cabriole legs, H29 3/4” W16” D14 3/4”. (2pcs)

circa 1900, two-tier removable top with pierce-carved gallery and drawers; on bifold games table with long drawer and cabriole legs. overall H43” W26” D16 1/2”, table W26” D29 1/4”

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

$600-900 730 PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE PROVINCIAL CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIRS

circa 1900, carved molded frame, cabriole legs joined by X-brace stretcher. BH37 1/2” SH16” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Florida collection 730

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736 LOUIS XVI STYLE CIRCULAR MARBLETOP LAMP TABLE

pierced brass gallery enclosing pink marble top, over skirt with single drawer, on fluted tapered legs with brass sabots. H28 7/8” Dia.25 3/4”

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

737 CONTINENTAL FAUX BAMBOO CARVED 734

734 CONTINENTAL LEATHER-TOPPED WRITING TABLE

PINE AND MARBLE SIDE CABINET

circa 1890, with drawer and door over shelf. H31 1/2” W16” D13 1/4”

$200-300

late 19th century, with single drawer and shaped legs. H28 3/4” W35 1/4” D19 1/8”

$300-400 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

735 CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT SERPENTINE

738 REGENCY STYLE NEST OF TABLES rectangular tops on turned legs and bracket feet. H28 1/2” W21 3/4” D15” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

CENTER TABLE

late 19th century, gilt-tooled leather top, with floral and shell carvings. H30 1/2” W39 3/4” D26 1/4”

739

739 PAIR NAPOLEAN III GILT-BRONZE WALL SCONCES late 19th century, bow pediment on molded backplate, decorated with musical motif, supporting three cornucopia-form arms, ending with tassel pendant. H44” W15 1/2” D9” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

735

736

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741

740 NAPOLEON III PARCEL-GILT BRONZE THREE-LIGHT CHANDELIER late 19th/early 20th century, three black finish supportings entwined with leaf designs leading to scrolling arms with eagle mounts and etched glass basket. H39” Dia.20”

$1,500-3,000

742 (one of two)

744

741 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE BOUILLOTTE LAMP

744 FINE PAIR FRENCH BRONZE-DORE RENAISSANCE

19th century, angel finial above tole shade and unusual three-light standard with anthemion and nymph caryatid designs, electrified. overall H36” Dia.16 1/2”

FIGURES

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

742 PAIR CAST-METAL AND GLASS WALL LANTERNS

745 FRENCH GILT-BRONZE COMPOTE AND EAGLE-FORM DECORATION

standing male figures in full costume beside columns, on shaped bases. H17 1/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

19th century, shell-form backplate, scrolling brackets, supporting paneled glass fixture. Formely gas. H32” W14 1/2” D22” (2pcs)

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

late 19th century, oval cut-crystal bowl on dolphin stand with marble base, H6” W7” D5 1/4”; together with bird-form decoration supporting multi-color glass orb, H10 1/2”. (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: New Hampshire collection

743 PAIR NAPOLEON III PARCEL-GILT BRONZE EWERS ON MARBLE BASES

third-quarter 19th century, one with merman figure grasping fish head with seaweed garlands, other faun figure grasping ram’s head and grapevine garlands, with matching bases, mounted as lamps on marble, electrified, H17”. (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 743

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747 PAIR WROUGHT-METAL AND STAINED GLASS HALL LANTERNS

early 20th century, hexagonal form with domed top supporting arched panels. H41” Dia.16” (2pcs)

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

748 DUTCH STYLE BRASS TWO-TIER EIGHTEEN-LIGHT CHANDELIER

central turned shaft with pendent orb issuing scrolling candlearms. H39” Dia.36”

$500-800

750

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

750 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE FIVE-LIGHT

746 ITALIAN GILT-METAL AND CRYSTAL EIGHTEEN-LIGHT CHANDELIER

749 PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE GILT-METAL SEVEN-LIGHT

late 19th/early 20th century, urn-and-torch backplate issuing scrolling arms ending in sockets, electrified. H20 1/2” W14” D8” (2pcs)

scrolling arms mounted with crystal chains and prisms. H38” Dia.34”

each with seven scrolled acanthus-leaf arms ending in bobeches with lights attached, electrified. H28 1/2” W20” D13 1/2” (2pcs)

746

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

747 (one of two)

WALL SCONCES PAIR

WALL SCONCES

$400-700 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

748

749

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754

755

751 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT METAL TEA

754 CHAPMAN EMPIRE STYLE PAINTED

CANISTERS

painted red with figural scenes, numbered 5 and 3, mounted as lamps, electrified, H18 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-600

$300-500

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

752 PAIR ENGLISH BRASS THREE-LIGHT

755 PAIR CAST-METAL AND MARBLE URN-FORM LAMPS

WALL SCONCES

circa 1900, foliate-form sconces, each with three branches holding a candleform bobeche, electrified, overall H26” W16”. (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

756

756 FRENCH STYLE BASKET-FORM

758 COLLECTION OF TABLE LAMPS

TABLE LAMP

CHANDELIER

with pineapple finial and tole style shade. overall H29”

circa 1900, three-light configuration with beaded basket and metal frame. H15 1/2” Dia.15”

Classical porcelain urn, H35” Satsuma vase, H28” Regency gilt-metal candlestick, H23” each electrified and with mounts. (3pcs)

$300-600

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

757 CHAPMAN BRASS TABLE LAMP H30 1/2” W9” D14”

$300-400

each cast-metal urn form with floral motif and acanthus-leaf handles with vacant crest on either side, mounted on marble base on four cast-metal plinths, on wood pedestal, overall H19”. (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

$300-500 753 PAIR THREE-LIGHT CRYSTAL SCONCES

three arms supporting crystal bobeches with crystal drip pans and hanging crystals. H18 1/2” W16” (2pcs)

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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757

758


759 PAIR CHINOISERIE PAINTED WOOD TABLE LAMPS

762 ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER LANTERN-FORM HALL

red and gold painted male figures standing on shells, holding stalks leading into lamps, overall H18 1/4”. (2pcs)

FIXTURE

$300-600

circa 1860-1910, cone top over strap-clad cylinder form. H20” Dia.7 1/2”

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

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

760 CRYSTAL AND WROUGHT-METAL SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER

759

763 CHAPMAN EMPIRE STYLE TABLE LAMP

foliate pattern with scrolling arms supporting six lights, each with hanging crystals, electrified. H29 1/2” Dia.18”

with three candlearms and tole shade. overall H29”

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

761 ART DECO STYLE TWO-FIGURE METAL DESK LAMP

764 JOE CLEARMAN ART GLASS TABLE LAMP

WITH GLASS BALL

blown glass shade and stem in wave design, signed & dated 1988. H19 1/2”

early 20th century, two female figures kneeling and supporting pedestal with glass orb, mounted on base. H8” W12 1/2” D4 1/2”

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

$200-400

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

760

761

762

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765 ANTIQUE PERSIAN QASHQAI CARPET circa 1920 7’2” x 13’5”

766

767 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SULTANABAD

769 PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET

771 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

CARPET

circa 1940 9’5” x 13’1”

circa 1920 9’8” x 13’1”

$1,000-2,000

$800-1,200

circa 1880 12’ x 11’10”

$4,000-5,000

767

$5,000-7,000 766 PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET circa 1930 10’3” x 13’6”

770 ANTIQUE PERSIAN BAKHTIARI

768 TURKISH SERAPI CARPET

CARPET

11’11” x 14’8”

$3,000-4,000

circa 1900 10’6” x 13’3”

$1,500-2,500

$4,000-5,000

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

771

768

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770


773

774

779

772 ANTIQUE KILIM CARPET

774 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

777 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

5’5” x 11’4”

circa 1920 8’11” x 11’3”

9’1” x 11’7”

$400-800 Provenance: Winston-Salem, North Carolina private collection.

773 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

$1,500-2,000

$1,800-2,500 775 ANTIQUE KHOTAN TRIBAL CARPET

778 PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET 6’10” x 10’8”

circa 1910, 6’7” x 13’1”

$800-1,200

12’7” x 15’4”

$800-1,200

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Winston-Salem, North Carolina private collection.

776 ANTIQUE PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET circa 1900 8’9” x 11’8”

$1,500-2,500

775

779 ANTIQUE PERSIAN BAKHTIARI CARPET

circa 1920, 8’5” x 11’10”

$1,800-2,500 778

776

777

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784

785

780 ART DECO PLATINUM FILIGREE DIAMOND

782 GOLD RINGS, PENDANT AND CHAIN

784 DIAMOND AND GOLD INTERLOCKING BRIDAL SET

ENGAGEMENT RING

1.30ct Old-European cut diamond, color F-G, clarity VS1, surrounded by 0.4ctw small diamonds, color E-F, clarity SI1-SI2, size 6 1/2.

2 diamond-set rings, size 7 /14 and 9 1/4 cross and nugget pendants on rope-twist chain, L10 1/2” (5pcs) Total 1.0oz Troy all in

approx. 1.5ct solitaire round brilliant-cut diamond ring with matching diamond set interlocking wedding band, all in 14K yellow gold, size 6.5. (2pcs)

$6,500-8,500

$700-1,000

Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS report US90954701D

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

781 ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET

783 PAIR DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS

circa 1920, articulated platinum band set with 3.0ctw diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS, and French-cut blue sapphires in geometric design. L7 1/2”

2.36ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color H-I, clarity SI3 in 14K white gold setting. (2pcs)

$7,000-9,000

$700-1,000

785 GOLD NECKLACE 14K yellow gold unusual interlocking design, marked. L30 1/2”, and 1.4oz Troy

$800-1,200 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

$4,500-6,500

781

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783


787

788

787 DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

789 GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY

0.6ct round diamond within diamond-set stepped setting, size 4.5.

diamond ring, size 10.25 band, size 10.25 Egyptian pendant, H2” chain, L20” 2 bracelets, L7 1/4” 8 1/2” 10-14K gold and sterling, total 6.5oz Troy all in (6pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection 786

$800-1,200

788 PLATINUM AND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

thirty-one graduated pearls, 12x16mm ending in pave diamonds set in 18K white gold clasp, L18”.

1.02ct round brilliant-cut diamond, color F-G, clarity VS1, surrounded by round brilliant-cut diamonds, color F-G, clarity, VS2-SI1, in platinum setting, size 6 1/4.

790 COLLECTION OF VINTAGE JEWELRY

$7,000-9,000

$7,000-10,000

786 TAHITIAN BLACK CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND SINGLE-STRAND NECKLACE

Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS certificate US909124903D

man’s diamond and 14K gold ring, size 12.5 citrine, diamond and gold brooch, H1 1/2” emerald and 14K gold pendant, H1 1/4” shell and silver brooch, H3 1/2” rose quartz bead strand, L23” (5pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Private collection Hilton Head and Memphis

789

790

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793

795 DAVID YURMAN TOPAZ AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE AND RING SUITE

791

faceted blue topaz (approx. 20x24mm) flanked by pave-set diamonds in sterling split-shank setting size 6; with matching pendant on cable chain, L9 1/2”. (2pcs)

791 JADE NECKLACES AND BANGLES polished pale green strand of beads, L32” carved bead and pendant necklace, L17” 3 polished stone bangles (5pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

$500-800 Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection 794

792 VICTORIAN GOLD CAMEO BROOCH AND RING

793 GEMSTONE AND GOLD RINGS

second half 19th century, Classical bust-carved onyx cameo in 14K yellow gold setting accented by seed pearls, the brooch engraved: CL Fowler. H2” W1 3/4” and ring 6.5 (2pcs)

lapis cabochon; the other with amethyst and jade cabochons, each in 14K yellow gold setting, size 6. (2pcs)

$500-800

Provenance: Greenville, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

$300-500

796 COLLECTION OF GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY INCLUDING TIFFANY & CO 14K yellow gold carved nacre cameo pendant/brooch and pair of earrings, H1 1/2” and 1” pair Tiffany sterling fan-form earrings, H1 1/8” Tiffany sterling and 18K gold rope-twist bracelet, L7” sterling heart pendant on chain, L13” pair 14K yellow gold sculptural earrings, H2 1/2” Total 3.0oz Troy all in (9pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Alpharetta, Georgia private collection

794 DIAMOND AND GOLD ENGAGEMENT RING

approx .50ct round diamond, color G-H, in 18K white gold setting, size 6 3/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

792

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798 DIAMOND AND GOLD RING round diamond approx. 0.5ct flanked by small diamonds in 14K yellow gold setting, size 8.5

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 798

799 JUDITH LEIBER MINAUDIERE AND FIGURAL BROOCH

round hardcase with divided interior and hinged clasp, H8” W6”; and sultan form brooch, H2 3/4” W2”; each marked. (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 799

797 VINTAGE LUCIEN PICCARD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CUFF LINKS, AND ANOTHER PAIR

800 PEDRO FRIEDEBERG SILVER-LEAFED CARVED WOOD HAND CHAIR

Piccard 14K white gold links marked; together with another pair 10K yellow gold oval design links. Total 0.8oz Troy all in (4pcs)

(Mexican-American, b. 1937) unsigned, BH35 1/2” W18” D20”

$400-800

$5,000-10,000

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from the artist at his studio in Mexico

797

800

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801 LEON ROSEN BURL WOOD AND CHROME TABLE OR DESK, FOR PACE COLLECTION three drawer frieze, H30” W78” D40”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

801A BERTOIA KNOLL UPHOLSTERED AND CHROME BIRD CHAIR chrome wire frame with rubber shock mounts and burnt orange upholstery, with Knoll International label affixed to fabric, BH37 1/2” SH16”.

$400-600

802 PAIR WALNUT SIDE CABINETS early 20th century, shaped top and door, on cornucopia base. H27 1/2” W17” D16 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

803

802A PAIR BERTOIA KNOLL UPHOLSTERED AND CHROME DIAMOND CHAIRS

chrome wire frame with aqua upholstery, with Knoll International label affixed to fabric, BH30 3/4” SH16”. (2pcs)

$300-600 803 POLISHED CHROME FLOOR LAMP ON MARBLE BASE with extending arms and pierced shade. H90”

802

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

803A PAIR BERTOIA KNOLL CHROME AND UPHOLSTERED DIAMOND CHAIRS

chrome wire frame with peach colored upholstery, with Knoll International label on fabric, BH30 3/4” SH16”. (2pcs)

$300-600 801A

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804 KREG KALLENBERGER (American, born 1950) TITANIC SERIES, 1986 cast optical crystal, cut & polished with red glass insert, on plexi base, signed: K. Kaller 35888 overall: H10 3/4” W21 3/4” D4”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection 804

805 VISTOSI BLUE GLASS BIRD SCULPTURE, DESIGNED BY ALESSANDRO PIANON (Italian, 1931-1964) PULCINO blue and orange glass body on metal legs, unsigned. H6 1/2” L8 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

806 MURANO ART GLASS SCULPTURE BY WALTER FURLAN (Italian, b. 1930) OMAGGIO A SCHOEN multi-color glass sculpture on base, signed & dated Furlan Walter 97 H14 1/2” W10 1/2” D5”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Nuova Venier, Murano Italy in 1997 805

806

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808

807 VICKE LINDSTRAND, KOSTA ART GLASS VASE

810 ITALIAN PORCELAIN AND METAL LIONFISH

(Swedish, 1904-1983) blue and colorless pear-form on pedestal, signed. H14”

SCULPTURE

$400-600

$300-500

Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Literature: Bengtsson, Jan. THE KOSTA BODA BOOK OF GLASS. New York: Hall, Cedarquist, & Sundberg, 1986. p.4

808 AMERICAN STUDIO ART GLASS SCULPTURE, SIGNED R. STRONG black glass inverted pear form with applied gold designs, signed and dated on underside. H17”

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

809

signed and mounted on stand. H19” W18” D15 3/4”

811 WALTER VERDICK ACRYLIC SCULPTURE (New York, 20th century) SEA LIFE handcut acrylic on stand, signed, dated & numbered: 2/12 H10” L16”

$200-400

810

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from the artist Sculpture in Acrylics, Mamaroneck, New York in 1982

809 GUYOL (Canadian, b. 1935) HERON AMONGST GRASS glass sculpture, signed, numbered & dated: on base, 145/500, 1983 H34 1/2” W23” D9”

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

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812 MODERNIST FLOWER SCULPTURES, WILLIAM FRIEDLE (American, 20th century) CLUSTER OF FLOWERS and BLOSSOMS three stems emerging from cluster of foliage, one signed H35” Dia.24” and H12 1/4” Dia.11” (2pcs)

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

813 CARVED MARBLE SCULPTURE 812

(20th century) ESKIMO carved and polished, unsigned on stand H13”

$300-500

815

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

816 BALINESE SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY )

814 BEVERLY BUCHANAN

TWO WORKS: NATIVE BALI LIFE watercolor, framed, signed: K. Kenak, Peliatan Ubud Bali, and the other Ida-Bgs, Panda, Batuan sight size H13” W9” (2pcs)

$200-400

(Georgia, b. 1940) HOUSE polychromed concrete, unsigned H23” D8 1/2” W16”

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$200-400 Provenance: Macon, Georgia private collection

813

815 I. MADE WIANTA (Balinese, b. 1949) STAR, 1996 mixed media on canvas, framed, signed & dated, lower right H35” W35”

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

814

816 (one of two)

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817 SHIVA AND PARVATI SANDSTONE RELIEF STELE

probably Northern India, 11th century, embraced standing Devive Couple share romantic gaze; in later metal stand. H20” W9 1/2” D5 1/2”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

818 NORTHERN INDIAN ENAMELED GOLD ELEPHANT STATUETTE

probably Jaipur, 18K yellow gold elaborately decorated pachyderm in vibrant enamels studded with diamonds and rubies. H2” L2 1/2”, and 4.0oz Troy all in

818

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

819 SOUTH ASIAN ENAMELED SILVER AND GEMSTONE BOX

probably India, 19th century, vibrant floral enamel work on niello work ground on silver-gilt ground inset with cabochon gemstone, unmarked. H1” W1 5/8” D1 1/4”, and 1.0oz Troy

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

819

820 PAKISTANI GOLD NECKLACE, AND ASSOCIATED BRACELET

ornate 22K yellow gold necklace with associated chain, W9”; and 14K gold bracelet set with cz, L7”. Total 1.5oz troy all in (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

817

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820 (one of two)


821 INDIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMELED GOLD PENDANT

pierced circular 18K yellow gold panel set with foiled rose-cut diamond surrounded by vari-cut diamonds surround, the reverse with enameled floral motifs, suspending nine cultured pearl clusters; the top with emerald and rubies. H2 1/2” W1 1/2”, and 1.2oz Troy

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Other Notes: These ornate pendants are customarily part of a bride’s elaborate ceremony costume.

822 INDIAN PARCEL-GILT AND PAINTED PANELS DEPICTING GODS 19th century, Lakshmi and another Hindu diety; mounted on linen-lined panel and encased in plexi shadowbox frame. H24” W17 1/4” D1 1/2” and H20 1/2” W15 1/4” D1 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

821

824

823 COLLECTION OF INDIAN MINIATURES

824 SILVER-LINED TIGER SKULL, PROBABLY INDIAN

(18th/19th century) twelve works: FIGURES AND SCENES watercolor on paper and ivory, framed H2” W2” to H8” W6” (12pcs)

eye and nostril sockets fitted with silver cups as is lower palate. H10” L14” W9 1/4”

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$800-1,200

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

822 (one of two)

823 (part of)

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825 PAIR INDIAN PAINTED CARVED WOOD PUJA

827

SCULPTURES

828 INDIAN HIGHLY CARVED WOOD RELIEF OF HANUMAN

19th century, seated male and female figures gilt and mirrored costumes. H18” (2pcs)

probably 19th century, standing figures architectural fragment. H23 1/2” W19”

$700-1,000

$300-500

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

828

829 INDIAN SILK NEEDLEWORK PANEL early 20th century, floral design in vibrant colors. H62 1/4” W38”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

826 INDIAN GILT-METAL SHIVA AND PARVATI RELIEF PLAQUE

19th century, architectural niche with figures seated on Nandi and flanked by attendants; on later stand. H9 1/2” W8”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

827 INDIAN CARVED IVORY FIGURES OF BEGGARS 19th century, emaciated figures each holding staff. H5”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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830 INDIAN PAINTED FABRIC PANEL early 20th century, depicting Hindu god Brahma. H77” W44”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

831 TIBETAN THANGKAS SCROLLS 19th century, seated deities surrounded by vignettes of Asian life, in lucite shadowbox frames. scroll L61” W39”, case H67 1/2” W42” D4 1/4” (2pcs)

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

832 FINE TIBETAN CHAKRASAMVARA THANGKA 19th century, vignettes of deities centering Circle of Bliss, watercolor framed. H22 1/2” W17”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 831

833 THAI GILT-BRONZE BUDDHA 19th century, standing figure with raised hands on pedestal base. H23 1/2”

$800-1,800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

830

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834 ASIAN BRONZE GUARDIAN FIGURE

835

SENSOR

837 THAI SUKHOTHAI STYLE BRONZE WALKING BUDDHA

probably Japanese, 19th century, standing mythical horse-like creature. H12 1/2” L17”

downcast eyes, raised hand and heel in billowing robe. H15 1/2”

$500-1,000

$600-900

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchase from CT Liu Ltd, Bangkok, Thailand in 1968

835 ASIAN BRONZE TARA BUDDHIST SAVIOR, TIBETIAN OR NEPALIAN 19th century, seated deity holding lotus blossom on conforming base. H8” W5”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

836 ASIAN BRONZE GUARDIAN-FORM SENSOR probably Japanese, 19th century, playfully posed shishi. H6 1/2” L8”

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

836

838 THAI CARVED GILTWOOD OVERDOOR AND ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS

late 19th/early 20th century, lotus and scrolling overdoor with mirrored accents, H26” W40 1/2”; and pair similar side panels, H38” W7” (3pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

837

838

839 CHINESE EXPORT SILVER DRINK SET early 20th century, comprising: creamer, H3 1/2” sugar, H3 1/2” 6 lined cup frames, H3 3/4” each marked, and 31.0oz Troy (8pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Emporium Antiques Shoppe, LTD, New York City in 1980

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842 TIBETAN SILVERED COPPER TEMPLE HORN

846 ASIAN CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD BUDDHA

telescoping flared mixed-metal design with ornate bands. H60”

early 20th century, figure with headdress seated on lotus base. H19 1/2” W9 1/2” D3”

$300-500

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

843 THAI BRONZE BUDDHA 840

Bangkok period, ornate headdress on seated figures upon tiered base. H11”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

844 THAI BRONZE BUDDHA FRAGMENT

841 (part of)

840 CHINESE SILVER HEADDRESS probably 19th century, intricate ruyi, phoenix and fish arched pierce-work headpiece with spring-mounted dragon and sun motifs. H7” W11”, and 1.8oz Troy

$300-500

Ayudhya Kingdom or Bangkok period, presumably from seated figure with open hand. H6” W7”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

845 THAI BRONZE BUDDHA HEAD

841 COLLECTION OF ANCIENT

probably Sukhothai Kingdom, 13th/15th century, on later wood base. H7 1/2”

TEXTILE FRAGMENTS

probably Coptic, circa 200-400AD, various patterns and designs mounted and framed, framed size H16” W7 1/4” to H11 1/2” W20 1/2” (4pcs)

843

$300-500

$300-500

842

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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847 THAI POD DUANG CHOR CURRENCY probably mainly lead and copper, with various assay marks. H2 1/2” W3”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Siamese Antiques, Bangkok in 1968

848 ASIAN SILVER FILIGREE FOOTED TRAY circa 1900, marked on verso. Dia.5 1/2”, and 2.2oz Troy

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

849

849 RARE PAIR OF BURMESE CARVED WOOD AND CLOTH MARIONETTES 19th century, fancy-costumed figures with human hair, mounted on linen backing and contained within lucite shadowbox frame. puppet H38”, case H50 1/2” W41 1/2” D10” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 848

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Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from a Delray Beach, Florida, private collection


850 BURMESE GILT AND PAINTED PRAYER BOOKS gilt-decorated and red ground-chased panels adorned with religious text, comprised of two nine-panel sections mounted within shadowbox. panel 5” W22”, frame H59 1/2” W30 1/4” D30 1/8” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Sylvia Berman Art & Antiques Inc, New York City, 1980

851 BURMESE KALAGA BEADED AND EMBROIDERED TAPESTRY

central scene of elephant and horses surrounded by vignettes of figures, all decorated with quilled and embroidered thread, metal sequins and glass beads. H93 1/2” W93”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

852 FINE KASHMIR SILK WEAVING, FRAMED

853 BURMESE CARVED GILTWOOD BUDDHA probably British colonial period, standing figure in robe with extended hands, adorned with small mirrored beads. H63”

$500-900 Provenance: Irmo, South Carolina private collection

854 BALINESE ROOT CARVING

arched formation carved and hollowed figural form; signed. H14” L28”

$400-600

853 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

intricate design contained with ornate borders and framed. overall H50” W32 1/2” 850 (part of)

851

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

852

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856

855 NEW GUINEA CARVED WOOD TRIBAL

856 OCEANIC TRIBAL WOVEN MASKS

MASK

Sepik River Region, intricate tri-color decorated and oversized mask with stone-carved designs. H34” W13 1/2”

probably New Guinea, helmet form with plume top and painted pierced design and applied grass shoulder covering; on later stands. H51” (2pcs)

$800-1,200

$500-900

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Merton Simpson, New York City, exhibited at The Cleveland Museum of Art Documentation from Harmer Johnson, ASA, New York City, 1984

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

857

859

858 SRI LANKAN CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD MASKS

ornate cobra headdresses on mythological creatures with bulging eyes and prominent teeth. two H30 1/2” W39” D7 1/2”, single H26” W24” D7 1/2” (9pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

857 OCEANIC DECORATED CARVED WOOD TRIBAL MASK

probably Papua New Guinea, pierced downcast eyes puckered lips, intricate white, red-brown, and black pigment design; on later stand. H12 1/2” W7”

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

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859 TRIBAL CARVED PAINTED AND SHELL INLAID MASK, POSSIBLY ABORIGINAL elongated likeness of warrior with applied feather and straw. L23 1/2” W11”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton


862 JAPANESE SATSUMA DISH Meiji period, shallow bowl decorated with warrior in coastal village, signed. H12” Dia.9 1/2”

$400-800 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

863 JAPANESE SATSUMA CENTERBOWL, SHIMAZU Meiji period, heavily decorated deep bowl depicting Empress holding ruyi amongst figures and dragon; signed. H6” Dia.12”

862 865

$400-800 860

860 FINE JAPANESE SATSUMA VASE, KINKOZAN SCHOOL Meiji period, flared rim on cylinder body extensively decorated with figures in coastal landscape, signed. H9 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

861 JAPANESE SETO WARE UMANOME ZARA (HORSE-EYE DECORATED OIL PLATE)

865 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN VASE

Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

last quarter 19th century, trumpet form and ribbed sides, featuring panels with dragon-and-floral patterns, H14”.

864 JAPANESE IMARI

$300-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

PORCELAIN COVERED URN

second-half 19th century, baluster-form urn featuring landscape-and-floral pattern, cover with dog finial, overall H20”.

866 JAPANESE PORCELAIN IMARI

863

CENTERBOWL

$400-600

late 19th century, scalloped edges with bird-and-floral patterns on rims with floral designs on interior center, H6” Dia.13 1/4”.

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

Edo period, 19th century, cream-colored crackled glaze with “horse-eye” design in brown overglaze. Dia.14”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Literature: Moes, Robert. MINGEI: JAPANESE FOLK ART. New York, NY: Universe Books, 1985. p.72

861

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867 JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURAL NETSUKE Meiji period, reclining Hotai with pendulous ear lobes. H1 1/4’ L2”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

868 PAIR JAPANESE BRONZE BIRD-FORM HANGING

870 PAIR LIFE-SIZE PERCHED PARROT-FORM GARDEN SCULPTURES, AFTER MOIGNIEZ bearing signatures and numbered 6 & 7/75. H62” W25” D24” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Lawson’s Inc, Boca Raton, Florida in 1995

SENSORS

Meiji period, each flying crow with open beak and articulated spread wings. W19” L10” (2pcs)

$400-700 867

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

869 JAPANESE BRONZE GRASSHOPPERS

871 PAIR BRONZE STORK-FORM GARDEN SCULPTURES matched pair of standing figures. H56” W25” D10” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased at Christie’s, New York

Meiji period, H2 1/2” L2 1/2” (5pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

868

869

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871


872 PAIR JAPANESE BRONZE SWANS Meiji period, similarly posed swimming fowl. H16” L33” and H25” L33” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Christie’s, New York City

873 PAIR SEATED CAST-STONE LION GARDEN

875 WROUGHT AND CAST-IRON ENTRANCE GATES

first half 20th century, hinged panels with pointed spindles and scrolling decoration. H74” W144” closed

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

SCULPTURES

H46” W17” D25” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500

872

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

874 BRONZE LIFE-SIZE TIGER GARDEN SCULPTURE, AFTER BARYE standing, bearing mark: Barye, 1833 H30 1/2” L79” W12”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

875

873

874

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876 BRONZE ELEPHANT GARDEN SCULPTURE

877

878 CAST-STONE STANDING CLASSICAL WOMAN ON

standing with raised trunk, H55” L56” W23”

PEDESTAL

$800-1,500

H78”

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$800-1,200

877 BRONZE MERMAID-FORM GARDEN TABLE

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

879 WROUGHT-IRON BENCH AND CHAIR SET

nude female resting on seashell and supporting round glass top. H29”

late 19th century, BH30” L49” D16” and BH30” W20” D16” (2pcs)

$800-1,200

$700-1,000

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

879

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878


883 PAIR CONTINENTAL PAINTED

885 CONTINENTAL HORSE-FORM BRONZE

TERRACOTTA FIGURES OF LIONS

GARDEN SCONCES

H21” L23”

rampant horse against candleholders. H26” L29” (2pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

884 CARVED MARBLE GARDEN SCULPTURE, ATTRIBUTED TO JUDGE JAMES MACGILL

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

H20” L14 1/2” W9”

$200-300 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection 882

880

880 PAIR BRONZE STORK FIGURES

882 PAIR ASIAN BRASS-BOUND CARVED

H61” W16” D21” (2pcs)

WOOD CANDLESTICKS

$400-700

late 19th century, lotus-form top and base joined by long stem and decorated with metal ornaments. H31” (2pcs)

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

881 CAST-STONE BUST OF DAVID H26”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

881

885

883

884

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889 in 1968

888

886

886 LARGE CHINESE CARVED JADE VESSEL ON

HARDWOOD STAND

Qing Dynasty, double-peach and vine carved convex oval panel, supported on silver inlaid carved hardwood stand. plaque H3 5/8” W4 1/4” and on stand H8 1/4”

STAND

Qing Dynasty, expansive horse and landscape scene in pale green coloration on later carved hardwood stand. jade H7 3/4” W7” D4 3/4”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Yung Feng Arts & Crafts Co., Hong Kong in 1987

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection Purchased from these rooms, Important Asian Art auction, December 6, 1997, Lot 301

889 CHINESE CARVED JADE FIGURE OF BIRDS Qing Dynasty, mottled translucent pale green stone carved in the form of two birds perched on twig, on later wood stand. H6 1/2” L9 1/2”

887 CHINESE CARVED JADE AND INLAID WOOD RUYI SCEPTER

Qing Dynasty, mother-of-pearl inlaid scepter inset with three carved jade plaquettes. L20” W5 1/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection Purchased, New York City in 1972

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchase from Chan Shing Kee, Hong Kong

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888 CHINESE CARVED WHITE JADE PLAQUE ON

887


891

890

890 PAIR CHINESE CARVED JADE BIRDS Qing Dynasty, matched pair of perched birds on carved base. H9” W4” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Purchased from Gumps, San Francisco in 1938

891 COLLECTION OF JADE PIERCE-CARVED PENDANTS

893 CHINESE CARVED STONE PHOENIX FIGURE

Qing Dynasty, comprising: white coloration, H1 3/4” W2 1/4” white moth design, Dia.2” celadon bird design, H2 1/4” W1 1/2” (3pcs)

Ming Dynasty, circa 1500-1700AD, stylized bird on pedestal, mottled brown and green coloration. H3 1/2”

$400-700

Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

892 ANCIENT CHINESE NEPHRITE JADE CARVED QILIN

894 CHINESE NEPHRITE JADE CARVED PHOENIX

TOMB VESSEL

COLUMN

Song Dynasty, circa 960-1279AD, standing beast with cup upon his back, celadon coloration. H4”

Ming Dynasty, circa 1500-1700AD, shishi finial on decorated column beside standing bird. H7 1/4”

$500-900 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

$400-800

$400-800 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

892

893

894

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895

897

895 ANCIENT CHINESE NEPHRITE JADE CARVED CHI BEAST TOMB FIGURE Song Dynasty, circa 960-1279AD, standing creature with raised head in celadon coloration. H3 1/2” L6”

$500-900 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

896 ANCIENT CHINESE NEPHRITE JADE CARVED TOMB FIGURE Song Dynasty, circa 960-1279AD, large squatting carved alien-like creature in brown-green coloration. H7”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Asheville, North Carolina collection

897 CHINESE CARVED JADE AND STONE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT early 20th century, rust, pink and white carved blossoms amongst mottled green leaves and jardiniere. H23” W15 1/2” D7”

$300-500 Provenance: Carrollton, Georgia private collection

898 PAIR CHINESE CANTON ENAMEL COVERED JARS 18th/19th century, bulbous ovoid form decorated with pictorial medallion on white floral and insect ground, on later stands. H7 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: William M. Hardy, Sr. estate, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 896

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898


899A PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES Qing Dynasty, baluster-form vessels decorated with alternating panels of birds and court scenes on floral ground, flanked by gilt mask-and-ring handles. H14 1/4” (2pcs)

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

900 LARGE CHINESE CLOISONNE POT WITH STONE AND METAL FLOWERS

floral pattern enamel and metal cloisonne pot with impressive bouquet featuring orange, purple, white, pink and blue stone flowers with yellow plastic beads and stone leaves, with handle wrapped in vines rising from center of bowl, H26”.

$400-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collectionProvenance: Atlanta, Georgia collection

899

899 CHINESE CARVED STONE TABLE SCREEN Qing Dynasty, ornate pierce-carved stand centering boy and fish-carved panel. H16 1/2” W9” D4”

$500-800

900

901 CHINESE POLISHED AND CARVED JADE GRAPE CLUSTERS

pale white celadon jade fruit and deep green leaves, L7 1/2” and 8 1/2”. (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Greer, South Carolina private collection

902 CHINESE VERMEIL AND ROSE

901

QUARTZ BRACELET

circa 1900, polished quartz set in intricate filigree clasped bangle; marked: China, Silver. L6”, and 2.0oz Troy all in

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

899A

902

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904

903

903 PRE-COLUMBIAN POTTERY COLIMA DOG

904 PRE-COLUMBIAN POTTERY JALISCO FEMALE

Mexico, circa 100BC-250AD, animated seated pose gazing ahead, with bared teeth in grinning expression, perked ears, rounded body with visible spinal column, and short curled tail, painted overall in reddish brown. H10 1/2” L13”

West Mexico, circa 200BC-200AD, traditional elongated face wearing headbands and earrings, knee-length skirt; with allover red and black painted designs. H15”

$1,500-2,500

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Documentation from Asian Gallery, New York City, from director Richard S. Ravenal dated 1981

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton Purchased from Art Asia, Inc., New York City in 1968

FIGURE

905

905 AFRICAN CARVED WOOD AND WOVEN MASK, PENDE pierced downcast eyes and mouth baring teeth, ovoid scarification marks on cheeks, with elaborate fiber coiffure head cover, traces of white, red-brown and black pigments; on later stand. H13 1/2” W8 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

906 PRE-COLUMBIAN POTTERY ARTIFACTS Meso American, pre-16th century, comprising: effigy, H5” 4 heads, H4” to 5 1/4” mask, H2 3/4” turtle, L3” figural vessel, H2 1/2” (8pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

906

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907 PRE-COLUMBIAN ARTIFACTS Meso American, pre-16th century, comprising: pottery bowl, H2 1/2” L6 1/2” pottery ewer, H5” carved stone figure, H3” polished stone object, H3 1/2” carved stone mask, H4” (5pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

907

908 ZUNI PUEBLO POTTERY OLLA 19th century, decorated with polychrome geometric motifs, buffalo, and birds. H10”

$400-600 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

909 NATIVE AMERICAN ARROWHEADS L6”, 7 1/2” and 11” (3pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

908

911

911 WILLIAM & MARY STYLE WALNUT AND PAINTED LEATHER CABINET ON STAND

molded arched crown over leather-covered and painted cabinet, on stand with three drawers, barley-twist legs joined by molded stretchers, on bun feet. H76” W48” D20”

$1,200-1,600 Provenance: Florida collection

909

910 NATIVE AMERICAN SILVER AND TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE

probably Arizona, eight polished rough-cut stones mounted in silver. L12”

$400-600 Provenance: Sylvania, Georgia private collection 910

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912

914

912 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY LOWBOY

915 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF FOUR

19th century, rectangular molded edge top with chamfered corners over three drawers, shaped skirt on cabriole legs with pad feet. H28 1/2” W30 1/8” D18 1/2”

late 18th century, leaf-carved top rail over pierced scrolling back splat, balloon shape molded seatrail on acanthus leaf-carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. BH39” SH18” W21” (4pcs)

$500-700

915

$1,000-2,000 913 PAIR GEORGE II STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS

916 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TILT-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE

early 20th century, upholstered back and seat leading to acanthus-carved armrests on carved cabriole legs with paw feet. BH39” SH19” W30” D29” (2pcs)

circa 1810, circular scalloped and recessed top over urn-form pedestal with three S-curve legs with acanthus-carved knees and ball-and-claw feet. H28” Dia.26 1/4”

$700-1,000

$400-600

Provenance: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

916

914 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1830, rectangular top over short and long drawers, on ogee bracket feet. H38 1/2” W44 1/4” D19”

$700-900 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

913

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918

920

919 KITTINGER INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

crossbanded top fitted with two 18” leaves, on baluster-turned pedestals, each with three saber legs terminating in brass paw feet with casters; together with table pad. H28 3/4” W44” L102” open

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

919

920 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF TEN 917

917 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET circa 1790, broken arch dentil molded crown, arched divided glazed panel doors, lower inlaid doors, on base with splayed feet. H89” W43” D24”

$1,500-2,500 918 SHERATON MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE circa 1820, rectangular top with d-shaped drop leaves, over two short drawers, over reeded tapered legs with brass casters. H27” W36 1/2” D26 1/2” W open 54 3/8”

late 19th century, oxbow crestrail, pierce-carved back splat, molded seatrail, on square legs joined by molded stretchers, comprising two armchairs and eight side chairs. BH39 1/2” SH17 1/2” (10pcs)

$1,800-2,500 921 SCOTTISH INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

circa 1830, raised top with drawers, over lower well with long drawer and doors, on tapered legs with spade feet. H38 1/4” W66 3/4” D28”

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

$800-1,200 921

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922 PAIR CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED

925

MAHOGANY WING CHAIRS

early 20th century, pagoda-carved crestrail, scrolling armrests, Chinoiserie carved figural supports, on faux bamboo-carved legs. BH43” SH18” W27” D24” (2pcs)

$800-1,100 Provenance: Florida collection

923 REGENCY MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE

924

first half 19th century, rectangular top with D-shaped drop leaves, single frieze drawer opposing faux drawer, on turned pedestal with four saber legs terminating in brass paws and casters. H28” D42 1/8” W39 1/2” open

$500-800 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

926

926 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD AND MARBLETOP PIER

924 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST circa 1840, dentil molded inlaid crown over two short and three long drawers, flanked by quarter-fluted columns, lower half with three long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet. H74 1/2” W44” D21”

$2,000-3,000

TABLE

923

925 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

2nd half 19th century, molded edge top over four long graduated drawers, on splayed feet. H42” W42 1/4” D20”

$700-900

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circa 1835, green-veined marble top supported on turned and tapered columns, on platform base with mirrored back. H36” W36” D16”

$500-700 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection


927 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1810, D-shaped drop-leaves, short drawer, on tapered legs with brass casters. H29” W25” D41 1/2” W open 42”

$400-600 928 ENGLISH 3-PART MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

mid-19th century, dentil and arched molded crown, divided glazed panel doors, mid-section with hinged drop front, fitted interiors over lower part with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet. H91 1/2” W51 1/2” D24 1/2”

$2,500-3,500

927

929

929 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY GAME TABLE early 19th century, hinged top over a molded skirt and square legs. H29” W33” D16 1/2”

$300-500 930 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD circa 1840, bowfront top over configuration of three drawers and two doors, on tapered legs. H34” W75 1/2” D23”

$1,600-2,200 Provenance: Florida collection 931

931 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

circa 1900, floral carved and shaped top rail, pierced back splat, molded seatrail on carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet. BH41” SH18” (2pcs)

$300-400

928

930

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935

934 932

933 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND circa 1820, molded canted cornice on conforming case fitted with two short and three long drawers, on waistmolded stand of a later date with three drawers and scalloped skirt, cabriole legs with slipper feet. H62 7/8” W47” D22”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina private collection

934 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY WRITING DESK second half 19th century, D-shaped top with gallery over faux drawers and turned legs. H19 1/2” W41” D21 1/2”

936 WEDGWOOD COLUMBIA SAGE GREEN PATTERN CHINA DINNER SERVICE

comprising: 12 dinner plates, Dia.10 3/4”; 12 bread and butters, Dia.6”; 12 salad plates, Dia.8”; 12 teacups and saucers, Dia.4”; creamer, H2 1/4”; lidded sugar, H2 3/4”; gravy boat and underplate, L8”; 2 oval vegetable bowls, L10”; serving platter, L15 1/4”; lidded tureen, Dia.7 7/8” (56pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

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

935 ADAM STYLE INLAID 933

932 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1840, molded edge top over two short and three long drawers, on splayed feet. H40” W45 1/4” D23 1/4”

MAHOGANY AND PAINTED CONSOLE TABLE

D-shaped inlaid top over fluted skirt on carved tapered legs. H33” W60” D21 1/2”

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

$600-1,000 936 (part of)

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937 COALPORT AMBASSADOR PATTERN PORCELAIN PLATES AND CUPS

18 wide deep red bordered plates embellished with attributes to pattern, marked: Old Coalport in puce, over green Coalport marking, Dia.10 3/4”; together with Royal Worcester Pompadour red-gold pattern 17 teacups and 18 saucers, with gold Royal Worcester markings, H2 1/2”. (53pcs)

940 (part of)

$700-1,000 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 937 (part of)

938 SPODE BLUE ITALIAN PATTERN TRANSFERWARE DINNER SERVICE

comprising: 12 dinner plates, Dia.10 1/4”; 11 salad plates, Dia.7 1/2”; 12 bread & butter plates, Dia.6 1/4”; 11 bowls, Dia.6 1/2”; 12 teacups and saucers, H2 3/8’; jumbo cup and saucer, H3 1/2”; 3 rim soup bowls, Dia.9”; 2 serving bowls, Dia.11 5/8”; mug, H3 3/8”; 3 vegetable serving bowls, L9” to 9 1/4”; 3 serving platters, L12 1/2” to 14 1/4”; square handled cake plate, L11 1/2”; octagonal vegetable bowl, W10”; jug, H9 1/2” Dia.7 1/2”; 2 covered vegetable dishes, L12”; creamer, H4”; lidded sugar, H2 1/4”; jug, H8”; lidded cookie jar, H6”; leaf tray, L7”; nut bowl, Dia.5 1/2”; divided bowl, L11 1/2”; all marked Spode Italian (96pcs)

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

941 (part of)

940 PARTIAL COALPORT PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE

938 (part of)

late 19th/ early 20th century, with gadrooned rims, cobalt ground and white panels of painted birds, comprising: 12 plates, Dia.9”; 2 handled serving bowls, L9 3/4”; 2 handled square bowls, L9 1/4”; 2 oval handled serving bowls, L11”. (18pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 939 (part of)

939 COALPORT SANDRINGHAM PATTERN PARTIAL DESSERT SERVICE

comprising: 18 plates, Dia.8 3/4”; 2 lidded sugars, H3 1/2”; 2 creamers, H4 1/8”; 2 lidded coffeepots, H6”; all marked Coalport Made in England, SANDRINGHAM; together with two unmarked plates of a similar pattern, W9”. (26pcs)

941 SPODE PORCELAIN PARTIAL TEA SERVICE circa 1820, in the 878 pattern, with floral designs; consisting of: teapot, and seven cups with saucers. (15pcs)

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

$600-800 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

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942

942 IMPRESSIVE ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN POT-

943

945 BLOOR DERBY PORCELAIN DESSERT

POURRI

SERVICE

circa 1887, bulbous form molded with floral design and painted foliate motifs with gilt accents; marked: Royal Worcester, RdN. 68829, pattern 1214. H12 1/2” Dia.9 1/4”

circa 1830, decorated in Imari palette, consisting of: 12 plates, Dia.8 3/4” and 2 oval bowls, W9” L11 5/8” (14pcs)

$400-700

Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Simons Bradham, Sr., Columbia, South Carolina

943 MASSIVE FURNIVALS PORTLAND PATTERN PUNCH BOWL

circa 1890-1910, Classical design bowl on pedestal; marked: Portland, Furnivals, England. H9 1/2” Dia.19”

$400-600

944

$400-600

946 STAFFORDSHIRE SPANIELS AND FIGURES

945

19th century, comprising: 3 pairs spaniels, H8 1/2” to 13 1/2” 2 figures, H9” and 12 1/2” pair spill vases, H3 1/2” (10pcs)

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

944 MINTON PORCELAIN PLATE SET circa 1900, Adamesque gilt border on cream band, marked. Dia.10 1/4” (12pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection

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947 ENGLISH SHELL-DECORATED PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, PROBABLY WORCESTER; AND IRONSTONE INKWELL

early 19th century, mollusk-painted vignette on gilt-cobalt marble ground, unmarked; H2” Dia.4 1/2”; together with later Chinoiserie-decorated inkwell on stand, H4” Dia.8 1/2” (4pcs)

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

948 ENGLISH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE circa 1835, rose-painted and floral-embellished design, consisting of: 2 serving plates, Dia.9 1/2” 12 plates, Dia.6 1/4” bowl, H3 1/4” creamer, H4 3/4” 8 cups with 10 saucers (34pcs)

950

949 ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN PLATES

circa 1900, twelve ruffled-edge plates with cobalt scrolls, rust flowers and latticework on white ground, all marked Royal Crown Derby, England, in red on underside, with year markings from 1899-1902, Dia.8 7/8”. (12pcs)

951 (part of)

$300-500 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

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

950 EARLY WORCESTER PORCELAIN CUP, AND ENGLISH CREAMWARE Dr. Wall period Plantation pattern marked mug, H3 1/2” sauce tureen with ladle, H4” creamer, H4” 2 decorated mugs, H3 1/2” (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Barnesville, Georgia private collection

947

951 DOROTHY DOUGHTY DESSERT PLATE SET, ROYAL WORCESTER Redstarts & Beech, 1972; Myrtle Warbler & Cherry, 1973; Blue-Grey Gnatcatchers, 1974; Blackburnian Warbler & Western Hemlock, 1975; Blue-Winged Sivas and Bamboo, 1976; Paradise Wydah, 1977; each marked on underside, all Dia.9 1/4” (6pcs)

948 (part of)

952 PAIR MINTON PARIAN FIGURAL GROUPS circa 1851-62, The Holy Family and The Three Marys; each with standing figures modeled on oval base, impressed mark. H14” and 14 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Alpharetta, Georgia private collection Literature: Atterbury, Paul. THE DICTIONARY OF MINTON. Woodbridge, UK: Antique Collection’s Club, 1990. pp.173-75

$200-300 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

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953 COLLECTION OF ENGLISH IRONSTONE PLATES

19th century, comprising: set of 9 Imari plates, Dia.9”; set of 4 Imari plates, Dia.9 1/2”; 2 botanical plates, Dia.8 1/2”; 2 decorated transferware plates, Dia.10”. (17pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

954 HEREND QUEEN VICTORIA PATTERN PORCELAIN PARTIAL

953

DINNER SERVICE

green and gilt-rimmed with floral, butterfly and basketweave patterns, comprising: 14 dinner plates, Dia.11”; 14 salad plates, Dia.7 1/2”; 14 bread & butters, Dia.6”; 13 teacups and 14 saucers, H2 1/8”; 10 crescent salad plates, L7 1/4”; 4 crescent salad plates, L8 1/2”; creamer, H3 1/2”; lidded sugar, H2 1/8”; miniature lidded tureen, L5 1/4”; gravy boat with attached underplate, L9 1/8”; all marked: Herend Hungary Handpainted. (87pcs)

955 MASSIVE HEREND PORCELAIN ROOSTER marked on underside and incised 5030. H16”

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

956 HEREND PORCELAIN RABBITS

$1,500-2,500

marked on underside and incised 5334-11; the other inscribed 222. H12” and 4 1/4” (2pcs)

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

$400-600

955

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

954 (part of)

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957 HEREND PORCELAIN PELICAN, OWL AND SEAL

marked on underside and incised 5073, 4085, and 5223. H9”, 8 1/2” and 7 1/4” (3pcs)

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

958 SAMSON PORCELAIN EWER 957

AND BASINS

circa 1890 stylized shell design painted with floral sprays. ewer H12”, basins H3” W13” D10 1/2” (3pcs)

960 PAIR SEVRES STYLE ORMOLU-MOUNTED

$1,000-2,000

PORCELAIN URNS CONVERTED TO LAMPS

Provenance: Camden, South Carolina private collection

19th century, painted romantic scenes on cobalt ground flanked by ram’s mask and laurel ring handles, electrified. overall H30” (2pcs)

959 PAIR MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURAL SALTS

$600-900

circa 1900, modeled as reclining couple holding shaped bowl applied with flowers, on rocaille base; underglaze-blue crossed swords, incised 2875, and impressed 34. H4 1/2” W7” (2pcs)

Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

960

961 CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN DOUBLE INKSTAND, BERLIN circa 1900, scalloped stand painted with scenic vignettes and supporting globe-form inkwells, center cushion gilded with entwined initials MA and 1770; marked on underside with Berlin scepter and painted scene signed Lawreince. H5 1/4” W13” D9 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Simons Bradham, Sr., Columbia, South Carolina Other Notes: Inspired by the Sevres mold made for Marie-Adelaide, Louis XV favorite daughter designed by Charles-Nicolas Dodin, now at the Wallace Collection.

959

958

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963

964

962 PAIR OLD PARIS PORCELAIN URNS

965 OLD PARIS PORCELAIN VASES

19th century, baluster form with painted Classical court and landscape scenes, gilt, raised on wood and stone plinths, mounted as lamps, electrified, overall H16”. (2pcs)

$400-600

circa 1900, pair floral vases with applied leaves and fuschia background, H19” W11”; together with gold and white floral-pattern vase with applied leaves, mounted as lamp, electrified, H15 3/4” W8 1/2”. (3pcs)

Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$300-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

963 PAIRS OLD PARIS PORCELAIN VASES MOUNTED AS LAMPS late 19th century, pair white and gold vases, H14 1/4” W9 1/4”; together with another pair of white and gold bulbous form vases with floral and figural painted panels and leaf handles, H14 3/4” W5”, all electrified. (4pcs)

966 OLD PARIS PORCELAIN VASE circa 1830, baluster form with angel-form handles and black and white-painted landscape scene, mounted as a lamp, electrified; H19 1/4”.

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

964 COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN 19th century, comprising: Continental figures depicting the four seasons, H6 3/4” to 73/4”; figure of Brittania with lion, mounted as a lamp, overall H11 1/4”; Samson double-handled Chinoiserie vase, H9 1/4”. (6pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

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967 LUIGI FABRIS PORCELAIN FIGURE girl on swing in the Rococo taste, probably inspired by Fragonard’ s painting L’Escarpolette; marked on underside #532. H12” W10”

$200-400

969 PAIR ITALIAN FAIENCE VASES, CONVERTED TO LAMPS

late 19th century, double-handle urn forms with brass mounts, electrified. overall H32” (2pcs)

Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection Purchased, New York City in 1972

$300-500

968 MALICORNE FIGURAL FAIENCE CANDLEHOLDER, DESIGNED BY EMILE TESSIER

970 LARGE ITALIAN CERAMIC

man in 18th century costume supporting candle sockets. H12 1/8” W6 3/4” D6”

zebra H18” L25” and gamecock H30” L24” (2pcs)

$200-400

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

ZEBRA AND GAMECOCK FIGURES

$200-400

967

971 PAIR CONTINENTAL PATE-SUR-PATE PANELS FRAMED

circa 1930-40, large rectangular panels depicting romantic scenes, marked: Gescesch, Made in Germany; with painted and gilt frames. overall H23 1/2” W15 1/2” (2pcs)

971 (part of)

$400-600 Provenance: Smithfield, Virginia private collection

968

969

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974 ENGLISH BRASS FIRE FENDER late 19th century, H9 7/8” L48” D13 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 972

975 ENGLISH BRASS FIRE FENDER circa 1890, piercework screen with paw feet. H10 1/4” D12” L43”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection 973 (part of)

976 TWO PAIRS FIGURAL ANDIRONS cast-iron owl form, H14 1/2” woman raising from seashell with cornucopia, H18” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 974

975

972 FRENCH BRASS CHENETS AND FENDER

973 AMERICAN CARVED GILTWOOD CORNICES

19th century, Louis XVI style pair chenets, H11”; and similar fender, L27 1/2” (3pcs)

mid 19th century, H4 1/2” W69 1/2” D7 1/2” and the other W66 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-800

$300-500

Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 976

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977 R. LALIQUE COQUILLES #1 OPALSCENT GLASS

980 CONTINENTAL GILT-GLASS PARTIAL DESSERT

CHARGER

SERVICE

circa 1924, intricate shell design, signed: R Lalique, France. Dia.11 3/4”

circa 1900, grapevine pattern, comprising: 3 plates, Dia.5 3/4” 7 plates, Dia.6 1/4” 10 bowls, Dia.5 1/8” platter, Dia.12 1/2” (21pcs)

$700-1,000 Provenance: Property of a gentleman

$600-900 Literature: Marcilhac, Felix. R. LALIQUE: CATALOGUE RAISONNE DE LOEVRE DE VERRE. Les edition de l’Amateur Paris, 1994. p.701, No. 3009.

Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection

979

981 ST LOUIS CERDAGNE PATTERN CRYSTAL STEMWARE 8 water goblets, H7 1/2”, and 12 wine goblets, H6 3/8” (20pcs)

978 STEUBEN GLASS WALRUS FIGURE, DESIGNED BY PAUL SHULZE

$600-900 Provenance: Matthews, North Carolina private collection

circa 1977, model 8335, with applied sterling silver tusks, signed. H4 1/2” L7 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

979 BACCARAT CRYSTAL CENTERBOWL, ROBERT RIGOT free-form bowl signed on underside. H5” L16” W9 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

981 (part of)

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986 (part of)

987 EUROPEAN OPERA AND THEATRE AUTOGRAPHS, INCLUDING JENNY LIND

987 (part of) 982 (part of)

984 DAUM PATE DE VERRE LIZARD AND BUTTERFLY DISH

reptile on large leaf and gazed upon insect; signed. H2 1/4” W8” D4 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

19th century, comprising signed photographs, engravings and playbills including: Jenny Lind (and Goldschmidt), Jules Massenet, L.G. Duprez, Signor Rubin, Giovanni Matteo Mario, Luigi Lablach, Henrietta Sontag, and Theresa Tietjens, all framed, H13 1/2” W11” to H11” W26”. (9pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

985 FRENCH CAMEO GLASS VASE, SIGNED LEGRAS circa 1915, corset-form with extensive shepherd in landscape scene. H11”

$300-500 983 (part of)

982 BOHEMIAN CUT-TO-CLEAR CRYSTAL WINE STEMS

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

colored bowls with grape cluster motif, on clear stem and base, 4 amethyst, 8 red, 3 aquamarine, 7 emerald, H7 3/4” to 8 1/4”. (22pcs)

986 COLLECTION OF MEZZOTINTS, ETCHINGS,

$400-600

JACQUES CALLOT AND HENRY BUNBURY

Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection

983 CONTINENTAL GILT-DECORATED CRYSTAL GOBLET SET

circa 1900, pink and gilt floral-decorated bowl over clear and gilt-decorated hexagonal stem, H7 3/4”. (12pcs)

BROADSIDES AND ENGRAVINGS INCLUDING

various artists and subject matter, one framed sizes from H12” W10” to H2 1/2” W3 1/2” (19pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Big Canoe, Georgia private collection 984

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990 COLLECTION OF EUROPEAN OPERA RELATED AUTOGRAPHS, INCLUDING ADELINA PATTI late 18th-19th century, comprising etchings, photographs and signed letters from European opera stars and composers, including: Daniel Auber, Adelaide Ristori, Rachel, Adelina Patti, John Braham, Angelica Catalani, and Giovanni Paisiello, Elisabeth Gertrud Mara; together with lithograph of Giulia Grisi, and engraving of Anne Auretti, all framed, H9 1/2” W10 1/4” to H24 1/2” W22”. (11pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

992 (part of)

988

988 ANTONI CLAVE

991 SALVADOR DALI

(Spanish, 1913-2005) L’ENFANT A LA CAGE color lithograph, framed, signed & titled: lower margin in pencil image size H19” W13”

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

990 (part of)

989 COLLECTION THEATRE AND OPERA AUTOGRAPHS, INCLUDING GERALDINE FARRAR 19th/ 20th century, signed engravings and photographs including: Edmund Kean, Ellen Terry, Reynaldo Hahn, Geraldine Farrar, Rose Cheril, Marilyn Horne, Joan Sutherland, Marcella Sembrich, Minnie Hauck, Etelka Gerster, Richard Strauss, Rafael Joseff, David Bispham, all framed, H15 1/2” W10 1/4” to H24” W32”. (8pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

989 (part of)

(Spanish, 1904-1989) COURTIER (FIVE OF SWORDS) from PAPILLONS ANCIENNES, 1976 color lithograph, unframed, pencil signed & numbered LI/CL sheet: H29 3/4” W20 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina, private collection Bowles/Hopkins, San Francisco, September 1977 Literature: Lopsinger, Lutz & Ralk Michler, ed. SALVADOR DALI: CATALOGUE RAISONNE OF PRINTS II, LITHOGRAPHS AND WOOD ENGRAVINGS 19561980. New York: Prestel, 1995.

992 ALVAR SUNOL MUNOZ RAMOS (Spanish, b. 1935) two works from RENAIXENT suite, 1977, color lithographs with embossing on Arches paper, framed similarly, pencil signed & number 183 & 181/185 image: H28” W20 7/8 together with the original RENAIXENT title sheet, table of contents and colophon, color lithographs, sheet H34 3/4” W24 3/4” (5pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection Literature: Alvar, Sunol. ALVAR. Swampscott, MA: Edmund Newman, 1982, illus. ppg 205-206.

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993 THEO TOBIASSE

996 MARIE LAURENCIN

(Spanish, b. 1927) two works from the RUTH PORTFOLIO: RUTH ET BOAZ and JE NOMMERAI, c. 1978 color lithographs, framed as a pair, pencil signed and numbered 25/125 sight: H18 1/2” W24” (2pcs)

(French/Spain, 1885-1956) LADY WITH HORSE AND HOUNDS lithograph, arts & crafts frame, monogrammed lower right plate: H8” W8 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

$400-600

997 (part of)

Provenance: Aiken, South Carolina private collection

997 JEAN-MICHEL MOYREAU (AFTER)

993

994 COLLECTION OF OPERA COSTUMES

(French, 1741-1814) PARTIE DE CHASSE POUR LE VOL RETOUR DE CHASSE ET CUREE hand-colored engraving, framed as a pair overall framed size: H23 1/2” W27” each (2pcs)

DESIGNS

mid 20th century, watercolor studies for various operas including Rosalinde, Adele and Ladies, four framed alike, various inscriptions sight ranging from H14” W10” to H20” W15” (5pcs)

$200-400

$300-500 Provenance: Atlanta, Georgia private collection

995

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

998 (part of)

998 LARGE COLLECTION OF 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVINGS Mostly from Denis Diderot’s (French, 1713-1784) ENCYCLOPEDIE, 1751-1780, various subject matters including art, architecture, machinery, carriages, goldwares, botany, fish and fowl. Sheets averaging H16” W10” with some double-paged. (100+pcs)

$200-400 999 FRANCESCO COLEMAN 996

995 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (AFTER) (French, 1864-1901) FIGURES lithograph, framed, signed in plate

$300-500

(Italian, 1851-1918) COURTIER watercolor, carved antique frame, signed lower right sight: H11 1/2” W9 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Connecticut private collection

Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton 994 (part of)

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1000 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL PORTRAIT MINIATURE

late 19th century LADY WITH FLOWERS IN HAIR watercolor, framed, signed: A.F. sight: H2 3/4” W2 1/2”

$200-300 1001 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL PORTRAIT 1000

MINIATURE

late 19th century LADY watercolor, framed, signed: M.B. sight: H3 1/4” W2 1/2”

$200-400 1002 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH/19TH CENTURY ) ARCHITECTURAL pen and ink, framed, unsigned paper size H9 1/2” W7 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Dr. Roger & Carole Stoll, New York and Boca Raton

1005

1004 HANCOCK & MOORE “BALFOUR”

1005 BAKER INLAID MAHOGANY

LEATHER ARMCHAIR

BREAKFAST TABLE

carved molded frame with cabriole legs and scroll feet; style #9516T in tufted leather. BH39 1/2” SH20” W31” D31”

oval crossbanded top upon urn-form column issuing four saber legs with brass caps and casters. H27 1/4” W47” D36”

$300-500

$600-900

Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina

Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

1001

1003 BAKER INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

crossbanded top over conforming case with brushing slide and three long drawers, on shaped feet. H34 1/2” W39” D22

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

1002

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1007 REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY PLANT STAND, BAKER FURNITURE rectangular form with metal tray, on trestle base with paw feet and casters. H29 3/4” W38 1/8” D16 1/2”

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

1008 MAHOGANY INLAID CONSOLE TABLE, BRANDT, MARYLAND COLONY COLLECTION

1008

serpentine form on tapered legs with spade feet, with shell paterae and bellflower drops. H31 1/2” W49 7/8” D20 1/8”

$300-400 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection 1006

1006 CHAPMAN BRASS AND GLASS HANGING CURIO CABINET

molded edge crown over glazed door and sidelights. H39 1/2” W17 1/2” D9”

$300-600 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

1009 PAIR MAHOGANY SIDE CABINETS, BAKER FURNITURE rectangular form, with reeded cabinet doors over drawer, on chamfered legs with pierced stretcher. H29 3/8” W22” D16 1/4”

$300-600 Provenance: Charleston, South Carolina private collection

1009

1010 CHAPMAN POLISHED STEEL AND GLASS COFFEE TABLE

two-tier glass top on shaped legs, joined by molded stretchers, on brass ball-and-claw feet. H18 1/2” W42” D25 1/2”

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

1007

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1011

1011 PAIR PARCEL-GILT ROSEWOOD HANGING CURIO CABINETS H28 1/2” W28” D9 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Thelma M. Freeman, Columbia, South Carolina Purchased from Neiman Marcus

1012 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY PLANT STAND, BEVAN FUNNELL square top with gadroon edge on four hexagonal legs unified by stretcher with pineapple finial, decorated with drapery, rosettes and foliage. H42 1/4” Sq.12 1/4”

$200-300 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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Artist Index Alvar, Sunol 992 Alvarez, Luis Domingo 688 American school 1 8, 75, 80, 87, 89-91, 145, 148, 150-152, 159, 160, 268, 340, 341, 370, 373 Anderson, Adrienne 19 Anderson, James M. 239 Auger, Anne 683 Balinese school 816 Ball, Mary W. 230 Bell, Wenonah Day 15 Bergman, Franz 421 Berkey, John 338 Bolton, Virginia Fouche 16, 17 Boren, Evelyne 247, 259, 264 Brett, John 593 Brewer, Nicholas Richard 163 Brill, Glenn 258 British school 337, 587, 592 Brook, Alexander 228 Bruni, Bruno 700 Buchanan, Beverly 22-26, 814 Bucklin, William S. 158 Bukovnik, Gary 248, 252, 254, 262, 263 Bumann, Sydney W. 243 Bunbury, Henry 986 Callot, Jacques 986 Carvin, Louis Albert 373 Cederberg, S. 587 Cherkas, Constantine 73 Chinese school 555, 557 Clave, Antoni 988 Cloar, Carroll 240 Cole, T. 686 Coleman, Francesco 999 Continental school 376, 678, 684, 686, 689, 696, 994, 1000-1002

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Kondos, Gregory 261 Laurencin, Marie 996 Le Guluche, Joseph 699 Lea, Frances Trumbull 71 Lefevre, H.E. 29 Leonard, Alexandre 698 Lindstrand, Vicke 807 Lokos, Stefan 685 Manduan, Paul 679 McKnight, Thomas 269 Mene, P.J. 374, 368, 375 Merrill, Katherine 238 Metzkes, William 156 Michelson, Philip 261 Mohlte, John A. 165 Moigniez, Jules 371 Moreau, Auguste 692 Moyreau, Jean-Michel 997 Murphy, Christopher A.D. 20 Murphy, Christopher P.H. 21 Nesvadba, Gerhard 681 Nieman, LeRoy 253 Pal, Fried 682 Perrin, Alfred 588 Philipp, Robert 72 Pianon, Alessandro 805 Pissarro, Paul E. 677 Pohl, Hugo David 157 Prud'hon, Pierre Paul 690 Quinn, Anthony 256 Ravenel, Pamela V. 231-237 Remington, Frederick 367 Rivers, Leopold 586 Robinson, William S. 68 Rowe, Devin 366A Rowe, R. 226 Russell, R. 266 Sanson, Nicolas 191 Saussy, Hattie 242 Schnakenberg, Henry 265 Shayer, William 680 Siboni, Emma 267

Smith, Edith deMay 229 Southern School 18, 29, 30, 145, 244 Spong, Laura 224 Stevens, Hermione 225 Strong, Randy 808 Sudduth, Newman S. 241 Sully, Thomas 14 Tack, Augustus Vincent 147 Tatham, Frederick 590 Tobaisse, Theo 993 Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri 995 Verdick, Walter 811 Verner, Elizabeth O. 223, 238 Vichi, Fernando 691 Villanis, Emmanuel 697 Volk, Douglas 161 Vonnegut, Edith 69 Vorhees, Clark 78 Walker, William A. 11, 12 Welch, Mylette 162 Wheatley, Francis 591 Wianta, Made 815 Wiggins, Sidney 164 Williams, Frederick, B. 144


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 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 does NOT accept credit cards as payment. Pickup & Shippings: 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. UPS Store Artex Atelier 4 Alexander Services

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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 pre-approved US bank drawn check. Merchandise paid for with US bank drawn pre-approved check or foreign cashier’s check will be held for 10 days banking days. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. DOES NOT accept credit cards for auction purchases. 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 20% 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. 8. 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 one of the two following conditions is

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met: 1) Items purchased will be shipped out of the State of South Carolina by a registered ICC carrier, or 2) The registered buyer provides Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. with a valid South Carolina Retail License Number or valid sales tax exception number from another state and properly fills out form ST-8A Resale Certificate submitted with a copy of said retail license. 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. 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 completing the Charlton Hall Bid Form which can also be found in the printed catalog or on our website. Due to processing time constraints, these bid forms must be submitted before 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. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING: Live internet bidding is also possible through our website www.CharltonHallAuctions.com and via ArtFact. Online bidders will pay a Buyer’s Premium of 23% 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. 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 as 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. 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


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Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations ac: Active

manner of: Although this work is in the appropriate manner or style of the artist, it is probably of a later period.

after: This work is a later copy of one of the artist’s works. note: Additional information we are able to provide about any particular item. after the antique: A later facsimile. oz Troy: Unit of measuring precious metals. attributed to: This work is probably by the named artist. Technically, this work is of the period and may be wholly or even partly by this artist.

period: Works will be followed by a date, which means that the object is, in our opinion, the date indicated, and made in the time frame.

b: Date of birth BH: Back height circa: Approximate date of object. circle of: This work is of the correct period, and exhibits the stylistic influence of the named artist.

provenance: History of ownership, or additional information which we have obtained. studio of: This work is of the correct period, and may have been made under the artist’s supervision. school of: This work is of the general style of the artist, and may possibly even be by a student of the artist, even if from a slightly later, but not too distant period.

ct: Carat (single gemstone weight) SH: Seat height ctw: Carats (total gemstone weight) D: Depth

sizes: All sizes, weights and other measurements are approximate; we are not responsible for mis-measurements or typographical errors.

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style: The inclusion of the word “style” in the heading indicates that, in our opinion, the object was made as an intentional reproduction of an earlier form.

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