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Important Estates & Collections Three-Day Auction Series

CHARLTON HALL

17, 18 & 19 November 2016


Discover Extraordinary Objects

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Important Estates & Collections

International Sale Preview Opening Cocktail Reception

Thursday 17 November 11:00am (Lots 1- 443

Style+Design Friday 18 November Property Pick Up Hours

11:00am (Lots 1000 - 1390)

Collect Online Saturday 19 November 11:00am (Lots 2000 - 2190)


Important Estate, Private & Museum Collections Estate of a Southern Lady Estate of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Barker Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Estate of Rev. English Hopkins Weston Anonymous South Carolina & Tennessee Estates Berline Harrison Collection Benkendof Collection Matti Koskimies Collection Lucy Verner Scoville Collection Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Florida Georgia Illinois

Kentucky Louisiana Massachusetts New York North Carolina Tennessee Ohio

Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington, D.C.

Property deaccessioned from South Carolina & Georgia Museums Deaccessioned property from the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art to benefit the acquisitions fund


International Sale SESSION I 17 NOVEMBER THURSDAY AT 11AM LOTS 1- 443

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1 SOUTHERN MANSION FULLY-FURNISHED THREE-STORY DOLLHOUSE

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Randall Hall, constructed 1999-2005, by Randy Jay (1938-2006); mansard roof, column and hinged bay front, containing 16 furnished and accessorized rooms complete with functioning electrical lighting, sconces, fireplace and television. 1st floor: 2-story entry hall, kitchen, dining and living rooms, conservatory, TV nook, sunroom 2nd floor: study, bedroom with parlor, en suite bedroom, patio 3rd floor: two bedrooms, and landing/seating area H34” W66” D24”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Deaccessioned property from the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art to benefit the acquisitions fund 1 Other Notes: Accompanied by panel reading: The Randy Jay Miniature House Randy Jay, a long-time resident of Marietta, spent his career in the newspaper industry, beginning in his hometown of Augusta, Georgia with The Augusta Chronicle after graduation from the School of Journalism at the University of Georgia. He was a member of the original editorial team for The Atlanta Times, a newspaper created in the 1960s to challenge the Atlanta Journal/Constitution. In 1965, Randy joined the staff of Marietta Daily Journal as managing editor, marking the beginning of his love affair with the city of Marietta and Cobb County. In his time at the MDJ, he helped establish a group of Neighbor Newspapers throughout metropolitan Atlanta. He moved to the Atlanta Journal/Constitution in the early 1970s to direct their community publications and spent 28 years there in various editorial positions. Randy’s love of beauty and home décor was evident in his volunteer service as a member of the Board of Directors of Brumby Hall and at the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art. To many Mariettans, Randy’s elegant party-giving talents were an important part of the Christmas season. He loved decorating his home in The Oaks and creating beautiful displays of his extensive nutcracker collection. With his mother, who lived with him in her later years, Randy created major holiday collections including a complete Dickens Village and an angels tree, decorated with angels he bought on his travels with his mother and others. In retirement, Randy devoted much time and resources to creating his spectacular miniature house. He traveled to miniature shows throughout the country to buy custom items, as well as adding to the décor during his many travels abroad to countries including China, Russia, England, France and Germany. There are personalized items throughout the house, including a replica of his beloved cat, Rocky. Randy died on April 21, 2006, and it was his wish that his beautiful house be shared with all those who loved beauty in Marietta. In Loving Memory, Becky Smith

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2 FRENCH BOULLEWORK DOCUMENT BOX, ATTRIBUTED TO TAHAN

4 REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY WINE

6 FRENCH BRASS-MOUNTED BOULLEWORK

CELLARETTE

TANTALUS

late 19th century, extraordinary ormolu-mounted, brass-inlaid shell-clad case, opening to pierce-carved coromandel and inlaid interior of slots, wells, secret compartments and velvet-lined writing surface; H12” W19” D16”

early 19th century, molded rim, tapered panel body with fluted designs, carved paw feet; H20” W28 1/2” D18”

$900-1,400

19th century, intricate shell and brasswork top and front panel, opening to swing sides and pullout tray, fitted with 3 gilt decanters and 18 cordials, H10” W15 1/2” D13”

Provenance: Virginia private collection

$800-1,400

$1,000-1,500

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

3 EDWARDIAN TRAVELING DRESSING CASE, GEORGE BETJEMANN & SONS London, dated 1898, brass-bound coromandel case opening to reveal sterling and glass bottles engraved: Lily, in leather-lined compartments, “Automatic” mechanism revealing drawers and document compartment; H8 1/2” W13 1/2” D9 1/2”

5 PAIR GEORGIAN SERPENTINE KNIFE BOXES 19th century, shell and string-inlaid mahogany case with hinged lid and fitted interior; H14 1/2” W8 1/4” D11 1/4” (2pcs)

7 HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY CELLARETTE circa 1820, hinged lid, divided interior, tapered legs with brass casters; H29 1/2” W21” D16 1/2”

$800-1,400

$700-1,000

Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

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

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8 GEORGIAN QUILLWORK TEA CADDY 18th/19th century, hexagonal hinged lid opening to lidded tea compartment, applied overall with scrolled and rolled paper flowers, scrolls, and reserves, contained within boxwood edges, with fine ropetwist checkered stringing; H4 1/2” W7” D4”

$500-800

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

9 VICTORIAN BRASS-INLAID MAHOGANY AND EBONY CASE

second half 19th century, mahogany interior with brass stand, with associated cut-glass: four cut-glass decanters and stoppers, sixteen cordial glasses, fourteen cordials; H10 3/4” W12 1/2” D10”

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$500-800

11 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CELLARETTE ON STAND

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

first half 19th century, hinged top, divided interior and tapered legs; H26 1/4” W12 1/2” D12 1/2”

10 RUSSIAN FIGURAL CARVED IVORY CANE HANDLE

$500-700

19th century, finely-carved wolfhound head set with pink stone eyes. L5”

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

12 ENGLISH CARVED MAHOGANY WALL SHELF

$500-800 Provenance: California private collection

BRACKET

mid 19th century, dentil-moulded top and half acorn base; H17” W18 1/2” D13”

$500-700 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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13 REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY BOX ON STAND circa 1810, canted case with coffered top, tapered column, platform base, saber legs with paw feet; H28 3/4” W16” D11”

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CADDY

$400-600

19th century, hinged trapezoid form on brass winged paw feet, interior with compartments and well, H7” W12” D6”

Provenance: South Carolina collection

$400-700

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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14 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DOUBLE TEA

London, circa 1842-58, hexagonal form with hinged cover decorated with engraved leaf and scroll designs accenting micro-mosaic plaques, over conforming body with eight floral mosaic plaquettes, flanked by handles; marked: HALSTAFF & HANNAFORD, 228 REGENT ST, LONDON; H6 1/2” W10” D6 3/4”

16 ENGLISH PEAR-FORM TEA CADDY 18th century, hinged box with lock, H6 1/2” W3 3/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

17 ENGLISH NACRE-INLAID BURL WALNUT TEA CADDY

19th century, coffer-form hinged lid on tapered body flanked by handles, with two compartments, H6” W9” D5”

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$300-500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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second half 19th century, lock case with brass handles and feet, H7 1/2” W10 1/2” D7”

$300-500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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19 ENGLISH NACRE-INLAID ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY

21 ENGLISH MAHOGANY PERFUME BOX

19th century, double compartments and crystal mixing bowl, H8 1/2” W13 1/2” D6 1/2”

19th century, rectangular hinged case fitted with 3 glass scent decanters, H4 1/8” W6 3/4” D3”

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

20 ENGLISH MAHOGANY PORTABLE MEDICINE

22 ENGLISH APPLE-FORM TEA CADDY

CHEST

19th century, hinged box, H4” Dia.3 3/4”

attributed to Springweiler & Co, London, 19th century, brass carrying handle atop double-door case, opening to sixteen small apothecary jars, scale and weights, mortar and pestle; H10 1/2” W8 1/2” D7 1/2”

$300-500

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

23 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDY 19th century, hinged coffered-form lid on bombe body, brass handles and ball-and-claw feet, H8 1/2” W12” D6 1/2”

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24 CHINESE EXPORT GILT-LACQUER TEA CADDY 19th century, hinged case decorated with panoramic scene, fitted with 2 caddies, H5” W7 1/2” D5”

$300-500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

25 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY DOUBLE TEA CADDY

19th century, interior with lidded compartment and mixing well, H7” W12” D6” 22

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26 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DOUBLE TEA CADDY

30 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPLE-COMPARTMENT

first half 19th century, hinged coffered lid above flared body, two compartments and mixing well; H7 1/2” W13” D7 1/4”

18th/19th century, H5” W8 1/2” D5 1/2”

$300-500

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

TEA CADDY

$300-500

Provenance: Virginia private collection

27 ITALIAN GRAND TOUR INTAGLIO TRAYS HIDDEN IN SIMULATED BOOK

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first half 19th century, gilt spine titled: PAOLETTI IMPRONTE, OPERE CLASSICHE, containing 27 plaster cameos and 2 text panels; H10 1/2” W6 1/4” D1 1/2”

$300-500

31 FRENCH BRASS-INLAID EBONIZED WOOD PERFUME BOX

probably French, circa 1870, hinged cover on rectangular casket, opening to reveal fabric-lined fitted interior with three gilt-decorated scent bottles; H4 1/4” W5 3/4” D3 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

28 GEORGIAN INLAID KNIFE BOX 19th century, serpentine front; H15” W9” D13”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

29 ENGLISH BOOK-FORM CHESSBOARD 19th century, gilt-leather spine on locked mahogany case, opening to reveal board with stenciled margin annotations and two drawers; H3 1/8” W14” D8”

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32 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY PERFUME BOX

late 19th century, hinged lid opening to fitted case with 2 scent bottles, H6” W5 1/2” D3 1/2”

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$300-400 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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33 ENGLISH NACRE INLAID CALAMANDER BOX

19th century, intricate inlaid shell designs on hinged coffered case, H5 1/2” W8” D4 1/2”

$300-400 Provenance: Virginia private collection

BOXES

19th century, serpentine hinged lids; H11” W7 1/4” D7” (2pcs)

$500-700

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34 ENGLISH BRASS-INLAID

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

CALAMANDER LAP DESK

38 ENGLISH BRASS-TACKED LEATHER

19th century, ornate brass bands, opening to leather writing surface and compartments; H5 1/2” W14” D9 1/2”

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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35 ENGLISH BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY WRITING SLOPE ON STAND

19th century, H25 1/2” W18 1/2” D10 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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late 19th century, top with brass label: CHRISTIAN AULD, OCHILTREE; H17 3/4” W35 1/4” D20 1/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

39 ENGLISH APPLE-FORM TEA CADDY 18th century, hinged box, H4” Dia.3 3/4”

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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CABINET

HELMET

19th century, H12 1/2” W12 1/4” D11”

1871 pattern with horse hair and other rankings, under plexiglass case

$300-400

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37 PAIR ENGLISH MAHOGANY KNIFE

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Tennessee private collection


L. Miles, Dave International Sale

March 16th, 1840

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41 EARLY LEWIS MILES ALKALINE-GLAZED STONEWARE JAR, SIGNED DAVE Edgefield District, South Carolina, 1840, ovoid form flanked by lug handles, shoulder incised: * MARCH 16TH 1840, and verso with four punctuates proceeded by: L. MILES DAVE; in mellow olive glaze; H14 1/4” W13”

$6,000-9,000 Provenance: Descended in a Southern family to present owner

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42 EDGEFIELD STONEWARE STORAGE JAR, ATTRIBUTED TO DAVE circa 1849-65, probably Lewis Miles Stoneware Factory at Stoney Bluff Plantation, alkaline-glazed ovoid jar, tab handles, H15”

$800-1,200

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Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

43 HOWELL AND MEADERS POTTERY FACE JUGS AND PITCHERS Howell: (Gillsville, Georgia, 20th century) face jug, incised: CHESTER HOWELL/CSA, 1992; H11”; face jug, incised: GRACE NELL HOWELL/11-3-2005; H7 1/2”; and pitcher incised: MATTHEW HOWELL/JOHN 3-16/GILLSVILLE, GA/CSA; and handle stamped: MH; H10”; pitcher, incised: MATTHEW HOWELL/JOHN 3-16/GILLSVILLE, GA; and handle stamped: MH; H9 3/4” Meaders: (Jackson County, Georgia, 20th century) face jug titled “BUFORD” and incised: CLEATER MEADERS, JR. JACKSON CO., GEORGIA; H9 1/4”; together with puzzle pitcher, incised: C.J. MEADERS POTTERY/FATHER AND SON/AUG. 28, 1995; H10 3/4”; pitcher incised: 1892-1992/100 YEARS/REGGIE MEADERS; H9”; Flossie Meaders face jug, incised: FLOSSIE MEADERS; H9 1/2” (8pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Estate of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Barker

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44 ALICE RAVENEL HUGER SMITH (South Carolina, 1876-1958) SELF PORTRAIT (Ms. Alice Smith), 1908 watercolor on board, framed, signed & dated lower right and titled on verso H30” W21 1/2”

$5,000-8,000 Provenance: Purchased from the Pringle estate Georgia collection

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45 ALICE RAVENEL HUGER SMITH (South Carolina, 1876-1958) THROUGH THE PINES watercolor, framed, signed & titled, lower right and old label on verso sight H10 1/2” W13 1/3”

$5,000-10,000 Provenance: Lucy Verner Scoville collection

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46 ALFREDO ZALCE (Mexican-American, 1908-2003) STILL LIFE, POTTERY AND BOTTLE oil on Masonite, framed, signed & dated, 1967 H24” W35 1/2”

$6,000-8,000 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

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47 MARCEL DYF (French, 1899-1985) ROSES, 1967 oil on canvas, framed, signed H25 1/2” W21 1/4”

$5,000-8,000 Provenance: Frost & Reed Gallery, London, No. 523 W.E. Browne Decorating Company Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Verso bearing canvas stamp 1067, and registration no. 41789. 46

48 MARCEL DYF (French, 1899-1985) VOILIES AU MOUILLAGE, 1972 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H18 1/8” W21 5/8”

$5,000-8,000 Provenance: Frost & Reed Gallery, London. No. 2589 Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Verso bearing stretcher stamp 1972 FPR, crayon 904, and registration no. 48172.

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49 ALEXANDRE LOUIS JACOB (French, 1876-1972) APRES L’ORAGE (after the storm) oil on Masonite, framed, signed & titled lower right and verso H15” W18”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

50 LUDOLFS LIBERTS (New York, 1895-1959) PARIS LA NUIT oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H20” W24”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund 51

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(Belgium, 1805-1860) SINT-JACOBSKERK, ANTWERP oil on canvas, framed, signed & located H33” W26”

(New York, 1857-1927) COASTAL SCENE watercolor on paper, framed, signed lower right sight H23 1/2” W17”

$2,000-4,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Florida private collection

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53 ELMYR DE HORY (Hungarian, 1906-1979) BATEAU SUR LE LAC DANS UN PAYSAGE (manner of Pierre Auguste Renoir) pastel, framed, bearing facsimile signature: Renoir H14 1/2” W20 1/2”

$2,000-3,000

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Provenance: Bonhams-London, April 2, 1990 “Thirty Masterpieces” by Elmyr de Hory, Lot 13 South Carolina private collection Literature: Irving, Clifford. FAKE: THE STORY OF ELMYR DE HORY, THE GREATEST ART FORGER OF OUR TIME. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1969. Other Notes: In 1952, Elmyr de Hory returned to Los Angeles after a prosperous sojourn in Dallas, Texas, managing to sell some of his stash of alleged masterpieces, including some Picasso and Matisse drawings. He had made a huge profit and was hoping he would be equally successful in Southern California. Elymr had set up an appointment with art dealer Frank Perls, owner of a well-known 53 Beverly Hills gallery, and he planned to unload more of his artworks for another sizeable profit. Elmyr dressed in his best suit for the occasion, carrying with him a large portfolio. At his meeting with Perls, Elmyr presented what he claimed were drawings he inherited from his family following World War II. The portfolio purportedly included sketches from Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and Modigliani. Perls took one look at the works and was immensely impressed. After all, it’s not often that one has the chance to hold great masterpieces by some of the world’s most famous artists. However, the longer Perls looked at the pictures the more concerned he became. It was clear that something was wrong and Perls’ worrisome expression discomforted Elymr. According to Clifford Irving’s book “Fake!” Perls questioned Elmyr about his address and other detailed personal information, causing Elmyr’s nervousness to grow. Perls then calmly placed the pictures back into the portfolio, tied the strings, and then suddenly threw the mat at Elmyr. Elmyr was shocked by the unexpected action and was uncertain what to do next until Perls ordered him to get out. Elmyr then walked out of the gallery with Perls yelling behind him. Perls observed what an untrained eye would likely never notice: these works were clearly fakes. It was also true that they were created masterfully. To Perls’ surprise, Elmyr asked, after being thrown out of the gallery, whether Perls thought the drawings were well done. According to Irving, Perls replied, “They certainly fooled me for a few minutes,” before ordering the counterfeiter away again. The incident was not Elmyr’s first or last time at trying to sell excellent forgeries. In fact, he had been doing it successfully for years. Unbeknownst to Frank Perls, Elmyr had sold some forgeries to Perls’ brother Klaus in New York several years earlier. Elmyr’s involvement with the Perls brothers would later cause unexpected problems. In fact, one of the brothers would be directly involved in what would later be the end of Elmyr’s career as a skillful art forger. For approximately three decades Elmyr de Hory used his extraordinary talent to reproduce masterpieces from some of the world’s greatest artists, including Picasso, Vlaminck, Chagall, Toulouse-Lautrec, Dufy, Derain, Matisse, Degas, Bonnard, Laurencin and Modigliani. His accuracy for detail fooled even the most skilled art connoisseurs into believing that his creations were authentic. Given their alleged provenance, Elymr sold his forgeries for high prices. Moreover, he managed to elude Interpol and the FBI for most of his criminal career. Elmyr de Hory eventually became known worldwide as one of the most talented and greatest art forgers. Even after his death, Elmyr’s works still attracted attention. Some of them even sold for the same prices as the originals. He committed suicide in 1976, and like many famous painters, he would die penniless.

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54 ROBERT PHILIPP (New York, 1895-1981) INTERIOR OF ARTIST STUDIO oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left and dated on verso 1976 H21” W27”

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

(Italian, 1615-1673) MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE WITH RUINS AND RESTING HERD oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H24” W20”

$1,800-2,500 Provenance: Georgia collection

56 WALTER WHITCOMB THOMPSON (Massachusetts, 1882-1948) PLANTATION STREET oil on panel, framed, signed lower right, and verso inscribed: PLANTATION STREET, BY WALTER W. THOMPSON, RETSBA49C6SC H10” W12”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Lucy Verner Scoville collection

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58 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH/19TH CENTURY ) CAPRICCIO WITH GATHERING oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H40 1/2” W52 1/2”

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

59 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY CAPRICCIO LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H39” W50”

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

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57 AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) WESTERN LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H27” W40”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

60 JACQUES MARTIN-FERRIERES (MANNER OF) (French, 1893-1972) MOUNTAIN VIEW LANDSCAPE oil on board, framed, signed on verso H21” W28 1/2”

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

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61 JACQUES MARTIN-FERRIERES (MANNER OF) (French, 1893-1972) CANAL SCENE oil on board, framed, signed on verso H21” W26”

$1,000-2,000

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

62 SALVADOR CABALLERO (Spanish, 1943-2006) LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right & titled verso H44 3/4” W57 1/2”

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

63 HENRI RONDEL (ATTRIBUTED TO) (French, 1857-1919) RED HAIRED BEAUTY IN INTERIOR oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H44” W32”

65 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY LONG JOURNEY HOME oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right illegibly H26” W36”

$800-1,400 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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

64 GEORGES LOUIS HYON (French, b. 1855) FRENCH ENCAMPMENT, CRIMEAN WAR oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H20” W24”

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68 ALFRED GODCHAUX

(American, 19th century) PORTRAIT OF GIRL IN PINK DRESS WITH CITY VIEW IN BACKGROUND oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right: 1885 H34” W27”

(French, 1835-1895) STILL LIFE, ASPARAGUS, GRAPES, PEACHES & STRAWBERRIES oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H29” W36”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Virginia private collection

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67 JOHN SEEREY-LESTER (British/Florida, b. 1945) QUICK DREW acrylic on Masonite, framed, signed & titled lower right H12” W16”

69 HENRI DE BEUL (Belgian, 1845-1900) GUARDING THE FLOCK oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left and Bruxelles H22” W34”

$1,000-1,600 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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

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70 AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY SOFA probably Philadelphia, circa 1825, straight crestrail, carved scrolling cornucopia arm supports, and carved paw feet; BH33 1/2” SH16” L92” D25”

$1,000-2,000

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

71 LATE FEDERAL MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD circa 1825, breakfront top above configuration of drawers, doors and tapered legs; H41 1/2” W73” D23”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection 70

72 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY DESK circa 1810, slant front, fitted interiors above drawers and splayed feet; H40” W44” D23”

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

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73 MICHAEL CRAIG MAHOGANY “RAILROAD BARON’S” BED Columbia, South Carolina, dated 1986, arched crestrail and raised panel headboard joining pilaster posts, concave footboard with hidden compartment; marked on back of headboard: NO. 1, MADE BY M. CRAIG, COLUMBIA, SC, 1986; H59 3/4” W88 1/4” L91 1/8”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: This is the first Railroad Baron’s bed produced by Mr. Craig. 72

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75 FEDERAL MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1790, inlaid-edge top, graduated drawers and bracket feet; H34” W39 3/4” D22 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

76 AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1825, stepback top with drawers and splash, over long drawers, canted carved and turned corners; H48 3/4” W41” D18”

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74 FEDERAL CHERRY SLANT-FRONT DESK

$800-1,200 Provenance: Private collection

circa 1810, fall front opening to fitted interiors, above graduated drawers and bracket feet; H43 1/2” W44” D20”

77 SOUTHERN FEDERAL WALNUT THREE-PART

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

BANQUET TABLE

circa 1790, D-shaped ends, drop-leaf gateleg center section all with conforming skirt on tapered legs; H29 1/2” W44 1/2” L101” (open)

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

78 AMERICAN WALNUT PLANTATION DESK mid 19th century, molded crown, glazed panel doors, hinged writing surface above drawers, turned legs; H70” W41 1/2” D20 1/4”

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79 PAIR ROCOCO REVIVAL ROSEWOOD PARLOR CHAIRS, JOHN HENRY BELTER (New York, 1804-1863) circa 1858, laminated shield backs, serpentine seatrail, cabriole legs, casters, with plush upholstered seat and back; BH36 1/4” SH16” W19” D18” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500

80 AMERICAN CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1790, graduated drawers and bracket feet; H34” W41 1/4” D19 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

Provenance: Georgia private collection

81 SOUTHERN WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE

Literature: Dubrow, Richard. AMERICAN FURNITURE OF THE 19TH CENTURY. Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2000, p.9; Schwartz, Marvin. THE FURNITURE OF JOHN HENRY BELTER AND THE ROCOCO REVIVAL. New York: Dutton, 1981, p.12, pl.3-4.

probably Virginia, hinged top over turned legs; H29” W54” L56” (open)

Other Notes: The chair offered is identical to Belter’s “dish back” side chair in the Industrial Design section of the Paris Grand Palais Exhibition.

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$700-900 Provenance: Virginia private collection

82 AMERICAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1835, rectangular top, configuration of drawers on turned feet; H49” W45” D21”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

This design is often refered to as the Springmeyer, after the Long Island New York family. The Springmeyers were partners and brothers-in-law to J.H. Belter. 82

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83 FEDERAL GILTWOOD EGLOMISE MIRROR

85 LATE FEDERAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

86 AMERICAN CLASSICAL CARVED GILTWOOD

early 19th century, ornate crown above reverse-glass painted scene of Washington Crossing the Delaware and looking glass; H53 1/2” W25”

circa 1825, acorn and molded pediment, divided panel looking glass; H55” W29 1/2”

MIRROR

$800-1,200

circa 1830, divided panels, half-column frame, leaf-design corners, H26” W49”

$800-1,300

Provenance: Virginia private collection

$300-600

Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: Private collection

84 FEDERAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR early 19th century, eagle and leaf-carved pediment, star-decorated frame, H43” W28”

$800-1,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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87 PERSIAN SERAPI CARPET

89 SILK AND WOOL TABRIZ CARPET

91 PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

circa 1910, 8’10” x 11’

50 raj, 8’3” x 10’11”

circa 1930, 9’6” x 12’6”

$5,000-7,000

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Oregon private collection

88 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

92 PERSIAN QUM SILK AND WOOL TABRIZ CARPET

circa 1910, 8’2” x 12’

90 PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET

$2,000-4,000

circa 1960, 8’8” x 12’7”

$800-1,200

$1,500-2,500

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

3’5” x 6’

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

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95 PERSIAN SAROUK/MAHAL RUNNER circa 1950, 5’4” x 14’

$700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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96 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE circa 1800, pierced, carved and scrolling broken-arch crown, divided glazed panel doors, fall-front writing surface opening to fitted interiors, above configuration of drawers and bracket feet; H84” W36” D21”

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$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

97 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE LEATHER WINGBACK CHAIRS

early 20th century, brass nail-head trim, scrolling arms and carved cabriole legs on ball-and-claw feet; BH43 1/2” SH18” W33” D27” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks 96

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93 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET circa 1930, 6’4” x 9’2”

$700-1,000 94 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET circa 1935, 4’11” x 17’11”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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98 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DOUBLE ARCHITECT’S DESK

circa 1835, leather inset top, hinged divided drawing boards, each side with configuration of drawers, on turned legs with casters; H30 1/2” W54” D48”

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

99 QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT CHEST ON STAND

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mid 19th century, crossbanded edge, drawers, scalloped skirt and cabriole legs; H43” W42 1/2” D21 3/4”

101 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST

$800-1,500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

circa 1800, dentil-molded crown, two over three drawers, lower part with three drawers and bracket base; H67 1/2” W43 3/4” D22 3/4”

100 GEORGE III STYLE D-SHAPED SERVER

$1,000-1,500

late 19th century, reeded-edge top, over drawers, doors and tapered legs; H34” W45 3/4” D19”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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102 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY GAMES TABLE circa 1810, serpentine hinged top, on skirt with urn inlay and turned tapered legs; H29 3/4” W35 3/4” D17 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

103 REGENCY MAHOGANY BOWFRONT SIDEBOARD 104

circa 1790, superstructure with sliding doors, conforming case, three central drawers flanked by wine drawers, tapered reeded legs; H44 1/2” W89” D31”

$1,000-2,000 104 ENGLISH MAHOGANY SEWING STAND mid 19th century, serpentine form, sliding scrap bag, bundled reed legs and stretcher; H29 1/4” Sq.13”

$400-600 105 SHERATON MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE early 19th century, oval form, working and opposing faux drawers, tapered legs with casters; H28 1/4” W25 1/2” D29 3/4” (open)

$300-600 105

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106 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DOCUMENT CABINET ON STAND

early 19th century, dentil-molded pediment, paneled doors before fitted interior, labeled: Lawrence & Hall, Ltd., on late 19th century stand; H81” W36” D18 1/2”

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$1,000-2,000 107 GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SIDEBOARD

circa 1850, case with door, central drawer and wine drawer, shell patarae and quarter fans, tapered legs with spade feet; H36” W24 1/8” D58”

$1,500-2,500 108 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BANQUET TABLE last quarter 19th century, oval top fitted with eight 19 1/2” leaves, carved cabriole legs with scrolling feet on casters; H29” W53 1/2” upto L222” (18’6”)

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

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109 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS

19th century, shell-carved yoke crestrail, pierced splat, carved seatrail, pierce-carved bracket and stretcher; BH38” SH18” W22” D18” (6pcs)

$1,500-2,200 Provenance: Virginia private collection

110 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BUREAU circa 1780, fallboard, fitted interior, four drawers, bracket base; H44 1/2” W47 1/2” D21 3/4”

$700-1,000 111 GEORGIE III INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

early 19th century, herringbone inlay, three over three drawers, shaped based, splay feet; H37 1/2” W48 3/8” D23 3/4” 107

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112 SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY POSTER BED circa 1800, youth bed with arched canopy, turned finials over post and block feet; H74” W40 1/2” L80 1/2”

$400-600

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

113 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT SIDEBOARD

circa 1850, brass gallery, drawer flanked by doors and bellflower drops, tapered legs, spade feet; H37 1/8” 58” D24”

$800-1,200 113

114 PAIR WILLIAM & MARY STYLE WALNUT 116 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, SET OF SIX

FOOTSTOOLS

late 19th century, labeled: Liberty London; H18” W18 1/2” D14 1/4” (2pcs)

$300-500

late 19th/early 20th century, shaped upholstered back and seat, molded armrests, on acanthus-carved cabriole legs; BH41” SH20” W24” D23” (6pcs)

115 GEORGIAN PEARWOOD LOWBOY

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$1,200-1,800

first half 18th century, molded-edge top over drawers, shaped skirt, cabriole legs, and padded snake feet; H30” W36” D20”

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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117 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR circa 1800, pierced backsplat, carved molded legs; BH32 1/2” SH17” W27” D25 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

118 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT SIDE CABINET

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circa 1900, drawers over oval-inlaid doors, on short legs with spade feet; H36 3/4” W35 7/8” D17”

$300-600 117

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119 GEORGE III ADAM PERIOD CARVED MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE

early 19th century, molded edge top with gadroon carving, fluted skirt with carved urn decorations, scrolling bracket supports, square legs with bellflower carving on Marlborough feet; H33 3/4” W67 1/2” D30”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson Other Notes: Purchased at Kentshire Galleries, New York, New York, 1985; receipt available on request.

120 GEORGE III MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE

late 18th century, round top, cabriole legs and pad feet; H28 1/4” Dia.53 1/4” W54 1/2”

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$600-900 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

121 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1850, graduated drawers and splay feet; H33 1/2” W41 1/2” D20 1/2”

$600-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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122 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE last half 19th century, pierce-carved gallery top, ornate carved fluted pedestal, saber legs with lion’s head decorations; H31” Dia.31”

$700-900

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

123 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET early 19th century, canted crown and double case, astragal-glazed above flat-panel door, on plinth; H85” W33” D16 1/2”

$700-1,000 124 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS 19th century, configuration of drawers on bracket feet; H43” W42” D19 3/4”

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$800-1,200 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

125 BRITISH COLONIAL PLANTATION CHAIR late 19th century, caned back and seat, pivoting leg rests; BH36” SH15 1/2” W25” D40”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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127 PAIR MARBLEIZED CARVED WOOD THREE-QUARTER COLUMNS with bases, H114” Dia.8 7/8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

128 REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLE MIRROR

126 (detail)

126 PAIR PARCEL-GILT AND MARBLEIZED COLUMNS late 19th century and later, gilt Corinthian capital on tapering column, square base, H108” base H13 1/2” D13 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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early 19th century, eagle and leaf pediment, ball-adorned round frame flanked by candlearms; H53” W37”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

129 GEORGE III CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR circa 1800, pierce-carved frame, shell pediment, divided mirror panels; H54” W23”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

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130 SOUTH CAROLINA COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE, YOUNG & VEAL Columbia, wk. 1827-57, paneled urn form with ornate bands, engraved with initial H, comprising: teapot, H12” covered sugar, H11” creamer, H8” marked: YOUNG & VEAL with rectangle and manufacturer’s marks Total 74.5ozT (3pcs)

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

131 KENTUCKY COIN SILVER CARD CASE, JOHN KITTS Louisville, circa 1840, ornate hinged case engraved in banner: MARY J. POST; and marked: KITTS, H3 1/2” W2 1/4”, and 1.5ozT

$300-500 Provenance: Southern private collection

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132 SOUTHERN SILVER FORK SET, THOMAS W. RADCLIFFE Columbia, South Carolina, c. 1848-70, marked: T.W. RADCLIFFE, STERLING and manufacturer’s marks, engraved with initials NIC, L8 1/8” and 11.2ozT (6pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

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Other Notes: Accompanied by note dated Oct. 22, 1975 reading: These six (6) heavy sterling forks with initials “N.I.C” on back were evidently part of my Grandmother’s (Father’s Mother’s) wedding silver. She was Nancy Isabella Cathcart, who married William Thomas Crawford in 1857. The forks have the name T.W. Radcliffe on back; also the word “Sterling” and a hallmark. The small mustard spoon evidently belongs to the same set of silver. My father was the youngest son, and was born Oct. 19, 1863 in Rocky Mount, Bossier Parish, Louisiana. [signed] Dorothy Vernon Crawford (Daughter of Richard Tyler Crawford and Laura Holbrook Oswald Crawford).

133 SOUTH CAROLINA COIN SILVER GRAVY LADLE, YOUNG & VEAL Columbia, wk. 1827-57, unengraved, marked: YOUNG & VEAL in rectangle, L8” and 2.4ozT

$200-400 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

134 SOUTHERN COIN SILVER FLATWARE, RADCLIFFE & GUIGNARD AND W. GREGG Columbia, South Carolina, wk c.1855-58 and 1824-34, pair Radcliffe & Guignard forks, initials WTC, L8” pair William Gregg spoons, initials CW, L7 1/2” Total 6.6ozT (4pcs)

$200-400 134

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Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

135 SOUTHERN COIN SILVER FLATWARE South Carolina, 19th century Gregg & Veal fork and spoon engraved EHW and WEH, L5 3/4” and 6 3/4”; J. Mood spoon, L6”; and 5 others with worn marks, L6” to 8”; Total 9.6ozT (8pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

136 CHARLESTON COIN SILVER CUP, HAYDEN & GREGG South Carolina, wk 1838-43, banded cylinder-form body engraved: LAURA EMILY VERNON, 1839, with shaped handle, H3 1/4” and 4.0ozT 135

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$200-300 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

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137 CHARLESTON COIN SILVER SUGAR TONGS, JOHN & PETER MOOD South Carolina, wk. 1834-1841, shaped handle and shell ends engraved with initials RNC, marked: J&P MOOD in serrated rectangle, L6 1/4” and 1.6ozT

$200-300

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138 DURGIN LENOX STERLING FLATWARE, RETAILED BY JAMES ALLAN

141 INTERNATIONAL ROYAL DANISH STERLING

circa 1912, engraved with initial D, comprising: 2 tablespoons, L8 1/2” 2 soups, L7” 3 teaspoons, L6” 2 forks, L7” 2 hollow handle knives, L8 1/2” hollow handle serrated knife, L13” together with Whiting/Gorham serving spoon, L8 1/2” Total 13.6ozT weighable (13pcs)

FLATWARE AND SERVING PIECES

$200-300 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

139 AMERICAN COIN SILVER CUP circa 1860, flared engine-turned body centering engraved cartouche framing: MHS from WW; underside impressed: COIN, 1; H3”, and 2.4ozT

$150-250

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1939, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4” 6 hollow handle knives, L7 1/8” 12 spreaders, L5 3/4” 12 forks, L7 1/2” 10 forks, L7 1/8” 12 forks, L6 1/4” 12 cocktail forks, L5 1/2” 9 oval soups, L6 1/2” 12 round soups, L6 1/2” 12 iced tea, L7 1/4” 12 citrus spoons, L6” 10 teaspoons, L6” 12 demitasse, L4” 2-pc salad set, L8 1/2” gravy ladle, L7” 2 ladles, L6” cold meat fork, L8 3/4” serving fork, L9” jelly server, L6 1/2” hollow handle pie server, L10 1/4” hollow handle cheese, L6 1/4” sugar tongs, L4” butter pick, L4 1/2” lemon fork, L4 1/2” pickle/olive fork, L5 3/4” unengraved, total 183.0ozT weighable (157pcs)

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Florida private collection

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140 CHARLESTON GOLD-FILLED SPECTACLES IN CASES

South Carolina, circa 1900, one marked: MASON and the other MacBay’s (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate 139

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143 MASSIVE VICTORIAN STERLING CHALICE, JOHN ALDWINCKLE & JAMES SLATER London dated 1884, finely chased with horses on decorated stem and base; complete maker and hallmarks; H13”, 30.8ozT

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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142 GORHAM STRASBOURG STERLING FLATWARE circa 1897, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives L9 1/2” 13 hollow handle spreaders L6 1/8” 8 spreaders L6” 12 forks L7 1/2” 12 forks L7” 13 forks L6 1/8” 8 cocktail forks L5 1/2” 12 soups L7” 12 soups L6 1/4” 15 teaspoons L6” 12 iced tea L7 1/2” 12 demitasse L4” infant spoon L5 1/2” 2-pc youth set L6” 2-pc hollow handle steak set L10 1/4” hollow handle cheese L6 1/2” hollow handle cheese cleaver L6 1/2” hollow handle pastry L10” sugar shell L6” gravy ladle L6 1/2” bon bon L4 1/4” 2 serving spoons L8 1/2” 2-pc salad set L9” Total 160.0ozT weighable (156pcs)

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144 AUSTRIAN SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE, V. MAYER’S SOHNE Vienna, circa 1867-1922, threaded pattern engraved with initials MSR, comprising: 9 HH knives, L9 3/4” 10 HH knives, L8 1/2” 6 HH fish knives, L8” 11 HH fruit knives, L6 3/4” 7 spoons, L8 1/2” 9 spoons, L7” 4 teaspoons, L6” 4 ice cream spoons, L5 1/2” 9 forks, L8 1/2” 7 forks, L7 1/4” 12 forks, L6 1/4” 2-pc salad set, L8 1/2” serving spoon, L8 1/2” condiment spoon, L4 1/2” 4 serving forks, L7 1/2” to 9 1/2” HH tomato server, L8” gravy ladle, L7 1/4” 2 HH cheese knives, L7 1/2” and 8” HH fish knife, L10 1/4” each marked, Total 115.5ozT weighable (101pcs)

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

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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145 S KIRK & SON REPOUSSE PATTERN STERLING

147 GORHAM PLYMOUTH STERLING TEA AND COFFEE

148 FISHER VIOLET PATTERN TEA AND COFFEE SERV-

FLATWARE

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comprising: 12 HH knives, L9” 12 forks, L7” 12 forks, L6 1/4” 12 round soups, L6” 12 teaspoons, L6” 12 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2” 6 demitasse, L4” unengraved, each marked, total 73.0ozT weighable (78pcs)

dated 1951-2, comprising: coffeepot, H9” teapot, H7” covered sugar, H6” creamer, H6 1/2” wastebowl, H4 1/2” silverplate waiter, L24 1/2” Total 71.5ozT weighable (6pcs)

New Jersey, 1936-70, comprising: coffeepot, H11” teapot, H9 1/2” covered sugar, H7” creamer, H6 1/2” wastebowl, H5” unengraved, each marked, and total 73.5ozT (5pcs)

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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

146 SCHOFIELD & CO STERLING TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

circa 1950, comprising: coffeepot, H11” teapot, H9” covered sugar, H7 1/4” marked: SCHOFIELD & CO, STERLING 1900 Total 60.0ozT (3pcs)

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

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149 AMERICAN STERLING TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, OF SOUTHERN INTEREST

150 GORHAM KING EDWARD PATTERN STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1936, comprising: 9 HH knives, L7” 9 forks, L7” 8 forks, L6” 6 round soups, L6” 10 iced teaspoons, L7 1/2” 9 teaspoons, L6” 2 tablespoons, L9” sugar spoon, L5 1/2” jelly, L6” butter, L6” lemon/pickle, L6” HH cheese, L6 1/2” Total 59.5ozT weighable (59pcs)

circa 1882-1898, retailed by Atlanta firm of Maier & Berkele (Armin Maier and John Berkele), ornated etched design and initials, comprising: coffeepot, H5” teapot, H4 1/2” covered sugar, H4” creamer, H3” wastebowl, H2 3/4” marked: BIXBY SILVER CO. PROVIDENCE, R.I., STERLING, 1277 and one with addition of retailer’s mark: MAIER & BERKELE Total 70.5ozT all in (5pcs)

$1,000-1,500

$800-1,200

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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151 TIFFANY & CO STERLING COFFEEPOT WITH

152 BEEFEATER STERLING TROPHY, BY GARRARD & CO LTD

DEDICATION

New York, circa 1854-1869, baluster form with scrolling foliate engraving and cartouche engraved: FROM J.W. WALLACK, IN REMEMBRANCE OF PAST KINDNESS, 1864; underside marked: TIFFANY & CO, ENGLISH STERLING 925/1000, 550 BROADWAY; H11 1/4”, and 27.0ozT

London dated 1969, sterling silver standing Yeoman Warder in Tudor State Dress with staff on ebonized wood plinth with plaquette reading: PRESENTED TO SAN SOUCI DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, FIRST PLACE HONORS LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION, BEEFEATER ANNIVERSARY COMPETITION, 1970; H14”, approx. 20.0ozT weighable

$800-1,200

$500-900

Other Notes: James W. Wallack (c.1794-1864) Anglo-American actor and manager, was born in London into a family of actors. He made his first stage appearance at Drury Lane in 1807, and in 1818 he headed to America and settled in New York. There he became manager and actor in many of the Wallack Theatres.

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

153 CONTINENTAL SILVERPLATE DRESSING TABLE MIRROR

early 20th century, oval looking glass supported by columns and flanked by candlearms, H28 1/4” W29”

$500-700 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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155 DIAMOND, GOLD AND PLATINUM BRIDAL SET

DIAMOND RING

1.75ct round diamond, color F-G, clarity VS1, accented by 0.34ctw round and tapered baguette diamonds, color E-G and clarity VVS2-I2 in 14K yellow and platinum handcrafted setting, size 6.25, and 7.0g all in

13.42ct oval-cut blue-sapphire accented by 1.5ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds in platinum setting, size 6, and 14.9g all in

$14,000-18,000 Other Notes: accompanied by GIA certificate

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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156 TANZANITE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

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53.51ctw round and oval natural tanzanite accented by 7.85ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, in 14K white gold openwork cascading necklace, L17 1/2�, and 44.5g all in

$8,000-12,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

157 NATURAL EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING approx. 2.09ct emerald-cut emerald, 1.26ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color F-G, clarity VVS1-I2, in 18K white gold setting, size 4.75, and 8.6g all in

$3,000-5,000

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS lab report 41080102. 156

158 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM FILIGREE RING

2.05ct old European-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity SI1, size 7.75 and 3.5g all in

$10,000-15,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

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159 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET forty-one graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, 8.36ctw, color H-J, clarity SI1-I1, in 14K gold flexible setting, L7 3/4”, and 12.0g all in

$5,500-7,500

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160 VINTAGE PETER LINDEMAN HEAVY GOLD CHAIN 18K textured cylindrical links, marked, L29 1/2”, and 71.0g

$1,800-2,400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks 160

161 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE ninety oval natural blue sapphires approx. 38.81ctw accented by 5.82ctw round diamonds in 14K white gold openwork flexible necklace, L18 1/2”, and 46.7g all in

$5,500-7,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

162 FANCY YELLOW DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING 2.14ct cushion cut natural fancy intense yellow diamond, clarity SI1, accented by 0.79ct colorless diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS1-VS2, in platinum setting, size 6.5, and 7.4g all in

$10,000-14,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate 159

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163 ART DECO STYLE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING two Old European-cut diamonds, approx. 1.0ctw, color F-G, clarity VS1-VS2, flanked by 1.88ctw marquise and triangular blue sapphires and 0.2ctw small diamonds; in custom designed platinum setting, stamped: GWG, size 4.5, and 10.0g all in

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS lab report 41080105.

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164 DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 3.26ctw round brilliant diamonds, color G-H, clarity SI3-I1, in 14K white gold prong settings, and 1.7g all in (2pcs)

$9,000-12,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

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165 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND RING

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0.72 European-cut round diamond, color F-G, clarity VS2, flanked by small diamonds, color E-G, clarity VS1-I1, pierced and chased platinum setting size 7, and 2.8g all in

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: accompanied by lab certificate 41090137

166 VINTAGE PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND RUBY BRACELET

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twelve rectangular links set with ten round diamonds each (approx. 3.5ctw) and joined by link set with four square rubies (approx. 2.4ctw); marked: 10 1/5 IRD PLAT, L7�, and 21.0g all in

$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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168 DIAMONDS BY THE YARD STYLE NECKLACE 18K white gold 37-inch chain interspaced with 11.0ctw oval diamonds, color HI, clarity VS-SI, and 9.3g all in

$9,000-12,000

167 YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

7.68ct oval natural yellow sapphire, accented by 0.90ctw brilliant diamonds, color E-G, clarity VS2 to SI2, in platinum setting size 7, and 9.5g all in

$3,500-4,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

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171 PAIR EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT EARRINGS

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5.0ctw oval cabochon natural emerald, accented by 2.42ctw brilliant diamonds, color G-I, clarity I1-I2, in 14K gold openwork setting, H2” and 8.6g all in (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 169 EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE fifty-two graduated oval-cut natural emeralds, approx. 14.24ctw, accented by 4.51ctw diamonds, color G-J, clarity I2-I3, in 14K gold flexible setting, L17”, and 24.5g all in

$3,000-3,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

170 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND BRACELET 8.0ctw round diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS-SI, L7”, and 21.0g all in

$8,000-12,000

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

172 EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET 15.0ctw oval natural emeralds accented by 4.0ctw round brilliant diamonds in 18K white gold flexible setting, L7 1/4”, and 19.7g all in

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$7,000-10,000 173 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM FILIGREE RING

1.35ct round brilliant diamond, color G-H, clarity VS2, in platinum setting size 6, and 5.3g all in

$7,500-9,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate 173

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174 PLATINUM AND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

176 DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

178 GOLD BRACELET AND BANGLE

0.73ct round brilliant-cut diamond, color F, clarity SI2, accented by 0.73ctw small diamonds, in platinum setting size 7, and 5.2g all in

wide flexible geometric design containing 304 round-brilliant diamonds, approx. 10.0ctw, color G-H, clarity SI-SI1, in 18k white gold, L7”, and 44.7g all in

R&D hinged bangle, Dia.2 3/4”; Italian flexible link bracelet, L7 1/2”; all in 14K gold, and Total 70.0g (2pcs)

$6,000-8,000

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

177 DIAMOND AND GOLD CIRCLE BROOCH

179 TANZANITE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

twenty-six 2mm round diamonds weighing approx. 1.2ctw, color I-K, clarity VS to VVS, in 14K white gold setting, Dia.3/4”, and 4.1g all in

6.94ct round-cut natural tanzanite, accented by 0.96ctw round diamonds, color G-I, clarity VS2-I2, in 14K white gold setting size 7, and 17.0g all in

$400-700

$2,500-3,500

Provenance: South Carolina estate

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

$2,500-3,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

175 DIAMOND CHANDELIER EARRINGS approx. 6.0ctw round diamonds in 18K white gold free-form design, H2 1/2” W3/4”, and 19.9g all in (2pcs)

$6,000-8,000

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$1,400-1,800

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180 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

181 NATURAL BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

0.70ct brilliant-cut diamond, color J, clarity SI1, accented by 0.67ct diamonds, color G-I, clarity VS2 to SI2, in 18K white gold setting size 7, and 4.0g all in

3.65ct oval sapphire, accented by approx. 1.02ctw round diamonds, color F-G, clarity VVS2-SI2 in 14K gold, size 5.75 and 8.4g all in

$1,200-2,000

5.5ctw round diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS-SI, accented by small blue sapphires, in ornate platinum setting, L7”, and 16.9g all in

$2,500-3,500

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$6,000-9,000

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS lab report 41080100.

182 ART DECO PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE BRACELET

183 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND STARBURST PENDANT ON CHAIN

5mm round sapphire approx. 0.65, accented by 53 antique rose-cut diamonds measuring 1.0 to 4.5mm, in 14K gold pendant, on 18” 14K gold chain; Dia.1 1/2”, and 11.9g all in

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

184 COLOMBIAN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING 5.5ctw emerald-cut emerald accented by 2.0ctw round diamonds, in 18K white gold setting size 6.5, and 6.9g all in

$5,000-8,000

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187 PAIR EMERALD AND

FLORAL BROOCH

DIAMOND PIERCED

ten diamonds, approx. 1.0 ctw, and accented by seven blue sapphires, approx. 1.2ctw, all in 18K gold floriform design, marked: 18K DAN FRERE; H2 1/2” W1 3/4”, and 23.0g all in

EARRINGS

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

0.91ct round brilliant-cut diamond, color H, clarity I1, accented by 0.38ctw diamonds in 18K white gold setting, size 7, and 2.7g all in

$2,000-2,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

$2,000-3,000

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186 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

3.96ctw square-cut natural emeralds, accented by 0.92ctw diamonds, color D-F, clarity SI1 to SI2, in 18K white gold drop earrings with lock posts, H1” and 6.4g all in (2pcs) Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

188 DIAMOND AND OPAL TURTLE BROOCH

185 18K gold mounted with 8x6mm and 7.5x5mm opals, accented by fourteen 3mm opals and approx. 0.8ctw diamonds; L1 5/8” W1”, and 9.9g all in

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

189 TSAVORITE AND DIAMOND RING 1.99ct oval natural green tsavorite garnet, accented by 0.56ctw diamonds, color F-H, clarity VS2-SI1, in platinum setting size 7, and 5.5g all in

$2,000-3,000 186

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190 RUSSIAN ENAMEL SILVER AND JADE MATCHBOX HOLDER, POSSIBLY HENRIK WIGSTROM circa 1908-1926, probably St. Petersburg, enameled in translucent pink over wave guilloche ground and accented with purple ribbon-tied laurel wreath, supported on translucent green jade lozenge-form matchrest; interior marked: 84 Kokoshnik face right and H.W. within oval; H2” L3 3/4” W1 1/2”

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

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191 DIAMOND LARIAT NECKLACE

194 DIAMOND SERPENT RING

5.02ctw round brilliant-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity VS-SI, in 18K white gold 23-inch necklace, and 34.1g all in

18K white gold coiled snake design encrusted with approx. 6.0ctw round brilliant diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS-VS1, with natural blue sapphire eyes, size 8, and 18.2g all in

$5,500-7,500

$5,000-7,000 192 TANZANITE AND DIAMOND BRACELET seventy-four oval natural tanzanites. approx. 18.17ctw, accented by 1.32 round diamonds, in 14K white gold, L7 1/4”, and 22.5g all in

$2,000-3,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

193 ITALIAN GOLD NECKLACE triple-strand bib, textured link design, marked: 18K 750, L18”, and 35.5g

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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195 ITALIAN GOLD WIDE-LINK NECKLACE

197 EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN

199 PASHA DE CARTIER STAINLESS WRISTWATCH

14K gold, L18 1/4”, and 48.8g

1.88ct rectangular-cut natural emerald, accented by 0.69ctw round diamonds, color F-H, clarity I1-I2, in 14K gold openwork pendant on 18” design chain, H1” W3/4”, and 9.3g all in

35mm, automatic movement, Roman numeral, textured dial, luminous hands and hour markers, cyclops date display, screw cap at crown, link bracelet and double deployant closure, marked: PASHA DE CARTIER, 801581PB, AUTOMATIC, WATER RESISTANT 100M/330FT

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

196 DIAMOND ETERNITY BAND 6.0ctw round and baguette diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS-SI, in 18K white gold band, size 6.5, and 6.4g all in

$5,000-7,000

$1,800-2,400 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

$1,500-2,000

198 EGYPTIAN GOLD SCARAB PENDANT

200 PIAGET DIAMOND AND GOLD WRISTWATCH

14K gold beetle and underside with hieroglyphs, tested, H2 1/2” W1 1/4”, and 26.5g

18K gold; bezel containing 16 round diamonds approx. 2.0ctw, oval brushed gold dial signed: PIAGET, manual wind mechanical 17-jewel movement, brushed textured link bracelet, box clasp, back stamped: 3867 A6, 158996; L6 1/2”, and 50.0g all in

$700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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$1,500-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Accompanied by original 1970 Piaget certificate.

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203 SWISS GOLD WRISTWATCH Italian 18K gold integrated bracelet band with Universal 17-jewel movement; works and band full marked; L7”, and 46.5g all in

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204 SWISS DIAMOND AND GOLD WRISTWATCH integrated 14K gold mesh bracelet band set with twenty round diamonds, marked: 14K, A, and dial GENEVA, L8”, and 46.0g all in

$800-1,200 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection 201

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201 PATEK PHILIPPE POCKET WATCH, FOR TIFFANY, YOUNG & ELLIS

205 EDWARD KOEHN GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH, FOR TIFFANY & CO

circa 1850, fine 18K gold engine-turned case, marked: 18K, and 6395, signed PATEK PHILIPPE & CO, GENEVA, and also TY&E, NY (for Tiffany Young & Ellis) on the dust cover; gilt-jeweled cylinder movement, with white enamel dial. The case engraved with initials SCF (Sarah Catherine Fairbanks nee Wright, 1818-1858)

Geneva, Switzerland, No. 86034, circa 1915, porcelain Arabic numeral dial marked: TIFFANY & CO, steel hands and sunk seconds; case marked: FOR TIFFANY & CO BY ED KOEHN, SWITZERLAND, 18K, 36034; movement with complete marks and 21-JEWELS, 7-ADJUSTMENTS; movement cover with engraved dedication: RICHARD FROM HIS FATHER AND MOTHER ON HIS 21ST BIRTHDAY, AUGUST 30TH, 1915; overall H2 1/4” W1 3/4”, and 59.5g all in

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

202 WALTHAM GOLD POCKET WATCH, OF SOUTHERN

$600-900 Provenance: Ohio private collection

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INTEREST

circa 1881, model 1873 Royal grade 18K gold-cased watch, serial no. 1467534, and engine-turned and scrolling foliate-decorated case no. 16077 with initials HC, and interior engraved: HATTIE CHESNUTT, 1881. H2 1/8” W1 3/4”, and 73.0g all in

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Descended in the family to present owner a South Carolina private collector Other Notes: Hattie Chesnutt Ragon (1858-1901) of Tennessee married J.B. Ragon, Sr (b. 1855) who later became mayor of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. 202

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206 LONGINES POCKET WATCH, OF SOUTHERN INTEREST

207 VINTAGE MOVADO GOLD

209 MANCHESTER KASHAN CARPET

WRISTWATCH

10’10” x 18’3”

circa 1916, serial no. 3343147, retailed by WL Fischer & Bro Co., gold-filled openface watch with 3-adj and 15-jewel movement, works marked by maker and retailer, case engraved: J.B. RAGON, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. and outer case engraved JBR, supported on plated chain and pocket knife fob.

flexible 18K gold bracelet band, L6 1/2”, and 22.0g all in

$2,000-4,000

9’6” x 13’

$500-1,000

208 TURKISH HERIZ CARPET 13’7” x 19’7”

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

Provenance: Descended in the family to present owner, a South Carolina private collector Other Notes: Jesse Barlette Ragon, Jr (1898-1967) had an insurance agency and was a member of the Tennessee State House of Representatives

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$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: Oregon private collection

210 ANTIQUE PERSIAN KASHAN $2,000-4,000

211 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIANTABRIZ CARPET

10’4” x 16’7”

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

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212 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

215 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

8’6” x 17’3”

circa 1940, 10’5” x 11’2”

$2,000-3,000

$1,200-1,800

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

213 CHINESE SILK PERSIAN TABRIZ PATTERN CARPET

216 PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET

10’4” x 13’9”

circa 1945, 10’11” x 14’1”

$1,500-2,500

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

214 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

217 ANTIQUE PERSIAN BAKSHAISH CARPET

12’2” x 14’7”

late 19th/early 20th century, 13’ x 15’9”

$800-1,200

$1,500-2,500

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: Georgia private collection

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218 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET circa 1935, 12’4” x 16’2”

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

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220 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK ARMCHAIR

early to mid 19th century, BH43” SH20” W30 1/4” D25”

$500-800 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

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221 SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1820, crossbanded top, single drawer with opposing faux drawer, tapered legs with casters; H28 3/4” W41 1/4” open D32 1/8”

$400-700 222 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1820, shaped top with boxwood stringing, three short and three long drawers, shaped feet; H37” W48 7/8” D22 7/8” 219

$800-1,200

219 GEORGIAN WALNUT CHEST ON STAND

223 PAIR TERRACOTTA TORCHERES

last quarter 18th century, molded crown, configuration of drawers, lower part with drawers above skirt, shell-carved legs, stand is 19th century; H61 1/2” W39” D22 1/4”

late 19th century, round molded top, tapered column, fluted base and octagonal plinth; H71” W16” D16” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Virginia private collection

$800-1,200

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady 223

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224 ENGLISH MAHOGANY WORK TABLE first quarter 19th century, rectangular molded top with clipped corners, scrap bag, tapered legs, curved stretchers; H32 5/8” W18” D14”

$400-600 225 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE circa 1830, molded crown, divided glazed panel doors, lower part with pull-out fitted writing drawer, above drawers and doors and bracket feet; H90” W49 1/4” D19 1/2”

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

226 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY SUPPER TABLE first part 19th century, shell and leaf-carved dish top, turned pedestal, saber legs with snakepad feet; H28 1/2” Dia.30 3/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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227 HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY CYLINDER-ROLL

228 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

WRITING DESK

circa 1800, crossbanding and herringbone inlay, five drawers, splay feet; H38 1/2” W42 3/4” D21 3/4”

first half 19th century, fitted interior, pullout writing surface, book rest, on tapered legs with casters; H40” W43” D27”

$800-1,200

$800-1,200 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

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229 GEORGIAN YEW CORNER CHAIR circa 1830, pierced splats, upholstered seat and square legs; BH30 1/2” SH18” W26” D25”

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

230 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CABINET

first quarter 19th century, canted form, astragal-glazed door; H43” W31” D18 3/8”

$300-600

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231 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT

233 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING

SIDEBOARD

CHAIRS

mid 19th century, shaped crossbanded top, central drawer flanked by deep drawers, all with quarter fans, tapered legs with spade feet; H36” W66” D27 1/4”

late 19th/early 20th century, shieldback with carved urn splat, leather upholstered seat; BH38 1/2” SH18” W21” D18 1/2” (6pcs)

$1,500-2,500

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

232 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY TRIPLE-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE crossbanded top with two 20” leaves, turned pedestal, reeded saber legs with brass paw casters; H29 1/2” W40” L135” open

$2,500-4,500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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236 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

mid 19th century, short over long drawers and splayed feet; H41 1/4” W41 1/4” D20 1/2”

$700-900

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Provenance: North Carolina private collection

237 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOWFRONT LINEN PRESS mid 19th century, dentil-molded crown, blind fretwork cornice, pair paneled doors before pullout trays, lower part with four drawers, bracket base; H80 1/2” W43 1/2” D23”

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$1,000-1,500

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234 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1840, reeded-edge top over drawers and bracket feet; H52” W41 1/4” D20”

238 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE

first quarter 19th century, rectangular top, fretwork frieze, square legs with Marlborough feet; H32” W62 7/8” D22 1/8”

$1,400-1,800

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

235 PAIR QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY

239 AMERICAN MAHOGANY TEA TABLE circa 1800, piecrust tilting top, turned pedestal, saber lags and snake feet; H27 1/2” Dia.23 1/4”

FOOTSTOOLS

$300-500

circa 1900, needlepoint slip seat, cabriole legs with shell-carved knees; H21” and 19 1/2” Sq. (2pcs)

Provenance: Virginia private collection

$500-700

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240 PAIR REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDE CABINETS early 19th century, rectangular top, engaged columns, brass wire-inset door, on plinth; H30 7/8” W24 1/8” D16 3/8” (2pcs)

$500-800 241 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

International Sale

mid 19th century, stick splat, outscrolled arms, needlepoint seat, chamfered legs with stretcher; BH36 3/4” SH19” W26 1/4” D21” (2pcs)

$400-600 242

242 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY STOOL

244 RARE DIMINUTIVE GEORGE III MAHOGANY

19th century, upholstered seat over shell-carved cabriole legs and ball-and-claw feet; H20” W23” D19”

circa 1780, round top with drop leaves, tapered legs and pad feet; H28” W39 1/2” Dia.38 1/4”

$400-600 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection 243

Other Notes: Old Otto Zenke label.

243 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST circa 1820, dentil-molded crown, chamfered corners, two over three drawers, lower part with graduated drawers and bracket feet; H76” W44” D21 1/2”

BREAKFAST TABLE

$300-500 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

245 SHERATON MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1800, oval form, drawer and opposing faux drawer, tapered legs with casters; H29 1/4” W43 3/4” open D39 1/4”

$300-500

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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247 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CAMELBACK SOFA probably Baker, BH35” SH18” W86” D33”

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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248 DANISH JAPANNED LONGCASE CLOCK, WILLIAM GREEN, APENRADE Apenrade, second half 18th century, carved bonnet above glazed door flanked by scrolling supports, above long case with panel door with glazed port, bombe base, adorned with gilded Chinoiserie scenes and motifs on rich deep blue ground; encasing brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, painted moonphase, movement with calendar and minute disposal; signed: WM. GREEN, APENRADE; H96” W17 1/2” D10”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Antonio’s, San Francisco, purchased 1988 South Carolina private collection Other Notes: William Green (1733-1817) was the oldest son of the well-known English family of clockmakers who worked in Aabenraa (Apenrade) Denmark from the mid 18th century.

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246 ENGLISH PINE BOWFRONT CORNER CABINET first part 19th century, molded crown, shaped pediment, panel doors and molded feet; H82 1/2” W40” D25”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

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249 LOUIS XIV STYLE ORMOLU CLOCK,

International Sale

AND BOULLE BRACKET

VINCENTI & CIE

third quarter 19th century, figure atop ornate case on boulle ground, housing brass dial with enameled hour markers and sunburst pendulum, movement impressed with Vincenti & Cie Medaille D’Argent 1855 medallion and numerals 10 and 13. Together with a complementary bracket shelf. Domed top of a different origin.; clock H38” W20” D8” and H13 1/2” W24” D10 1/2” (2pcs)

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

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250 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, PROBABLY SCOTTISH 19th century, architectural bonnet with glazed panel door and carved sides, housing painted dial titled: SIR JAMES THE ROSS; the inlaid lower part with door, shaped skirt and splayed feet; H88” W20” D10”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

251 ENGLISH PINE LONGCASE CLOCK, JOHN HIGGS, WALLINGFORD late 18th century, molded crown over glazed panel doors, column supports, panel door case and molded base; brass and silvered dial and 30-hour birdcage movement, dial signed: JOHN HIGGS, WALLINGFORD; H74” W14” D8 1/2”

$1,000-1,500

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252 ENGLISH CHINOISERIE LONGCASE CLOCK, JOHN BARRON London, late 18th century, molded arched crown, column supports, arched door and molded base, case decorated in the Chinese taste, containing brass works and dial inscribed: JN BARRON LONDON; H92” W18” D9 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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253 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK early 19th century, broken-arch pediment and glazed panel door hood housing brass dial, lower part with quarter columns, panel door, shaped skirt and bracket feet; H87” W19 1/2” D9 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

254 ENGLISH CARVED MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK 255

mid 19th century, brass finial atop broken-arch crown, column supports, reeded panel door, fan-carved lower case and molded base; H82” W19 1/4” D10”

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

255 FRENCH ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, JAPY FRERES late 19th century, bronze patinated figures in tropical landscape scene atop Rococo ormolu covered enameled dial; works stamped: JAPY FRERES MEDAILLES D’OR 1823 27 34 39 44 49 ANNEES, with pendulum, key and wood base; H19 1/2” W13” D6”

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

256 FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK late 19th/early 20th century, solid amber-color marble dial/case hollowed to contain works, on slab base adorned with fine bronze mounts of fruit and leaves, with pomegranate feet; H18” W21 1/2” D6”

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257 CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN COVERED URN late 19th century, dome finial and top, on squat body and base, fitted with gilt-mask handles, decorated with bird and floral designs on yellow ground, marked on base; H11 1/2” W13”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Florida private collection

258 IMPRESSIVE ITALIAN FAIENCE CENTERPIECE 19th century, oval basin with molded mask and serpent designs above mythological painted bowl on double dolphin pedestal, H16” W19” D10”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

259 SEVRES STYLE ORMOLU-MOUNTED PORCELAIN URN, M. DEMONCEAUX late 19th century, finely painted romantic landscape with figures on celeste blue ground; signed; H21” W10”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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260 HEREND ROTHSCHILD PATTERN DOLPHIN CENTERPIECE

central porpoise with raised fluke, above three shell-form bowls adorned with flowers and insects; H10” W17 1/4”

$500-800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

261 SEVRES PICTORIAL-DECORATED PORCELAIN BOX, SIGNED 19th century, Classical scene on cobalt ground with raised gilt accents and gilt-bronze mounts, signed: H. POITEVIN, H6” W11” D8”

$300-500

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262 BACCARAT STYLE SIX-LIGHT CRYSTAL

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266 CONTINENTAL VICTORIAN STYLE BRASS AND GLASS SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER

CHANDELIER

20th century, palmettes, swags, bells and prisms, scrolling arms and bobeches with candlelights; H40” Dia.26”

center stem with chain supports, pierced band supporting six oil fonts with glass shades and bottom dome; H52” Dia.29”

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

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

263 VICTORIAN CRYSTAL SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER late 19th century, center stem issuing scrolling arms ending with hunt scene-etched globes, adorned with prisms; H40” Dia.39” 265

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

264 CONTINENTAL BRONZE AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIER

early 20th century, scrolling frame, crystal baluster stem, mounted with prisms; H60” Dia.36”

$1,500-3,000

265 CONTINENTAL BRONZE AND CRYSTAL TEN-LIGHT CHANDELIER

circa 1900, baluster stem supporting S-scroll arms mounted with prisms; H36” Dia.28”

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

267 PAIR AESTHETIC MOVEMENT ENAMELED GLASS OIL LAMPS

circa 1870-1900, strapwork and profile portrait bust, painted rose ground, vasiform with metal mounts, electrified, marked: DITMAR BRUNNER; H17” W9” (2pcs)

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$300-500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: South Carolina corporate collection

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268 SOUTH SEA PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH 15.0mm silvery white pearl mounted in 18K white gold floriform brooch encrusted 275 round and baguette-cut diamonds, approx. 7.0ctw, color E-F, clarity VS-VS1, L2 1/4” W1 3/4” and 31.0g all in

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$4,000-6,000 269 TAHITIAN BLACK PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE ornate openwork 14K white gold necklace set with approx. 5.42ctw round diamonds and nine 9.0 to 11.0mm pearls, L17 1/2” and 42.8g all in

$5,000-7,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

270 TAHITIAN PEARL AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING 11.0mm black pearl, accented by diamonds, color G-I, clarity I1-I2, in 14K white gold setting, size 6.5 and 7.6g all in

$1,000-1,500

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Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

271 TAHITIAN PEARL AND GEMSTONE NECKLACE

10.5-12.5mm graduated pearls, with offset tsavorite garnet and sapphire-set anodized silver bead, approx. 5.70ctw, and 14K white gold clasp, L18”

$2,000-2,500

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272 VINTAGE BADEN & FOSS DIAMOND AND PEARL BRACELET

triple strand 7mm Akoya cultured pearls ending in diamond-set 14K white gold openwork clasp; stamped: 14K, A over B&F; L7”, and 42.5g all in

$800-1,200 Provenance: South Carolina estate 269

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274 LARGE BAROQUE PEARL NECKLACE with sterling clasp, L25 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia collection

275 TRIPLE STRAND PEARL WATERFALL CHOKER

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with sterling clasp, L15”

$300-500 275

Provenance: Virginia collection

276 ENDLESS STRAND OF PEARLS 11mm strand of cream pearls with 14K gold clasp, L56”

$300-500 Provenance: Virginia collection

277 SOUTH SEA PEARL NECKLACE thirty-seven 9.5 to 13.5mm graduated strand of white pearls ending with 14K white gold clasp, L17 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 276

273 PEARL NECKLACES WITH GOLD CLASPS

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Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

6-7mm pearl with diamond-set 14K white gold clasp, L18” and 8-9mm strand of pearls with 14K gold clasp, L17” (2pcs)

278 DOUBLE STRAND OF PEARLS

$500-800

$300-500

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

9mm cream pearls with 14K white gold clasp, L18” Provenance: Virginia collection

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279 DIAMOND HOOP EARRINGS

281 EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET

14K white gold inside out design set with approx. 4.15ctw diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS2, H1 1/4” W1”, 8.9g all in

seventeen prong-set pear-cut natural emeralds approx. 10.37ctw, accented by 2.45ctw round diamonds in 14K gold, L7” and 14.9g all in

$4,000-6,000

$1,800-2,400

280 VINTAGE AVEDON GOLD BUTTON SET

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

14K gold striped design, six Dia.3/4”, four Dia.1/4”, and 23.0g (10pcs)

282 CARTIER STYLE PANTHER RING

$400-700

18K white gold entwined cat set with emerald eyes and encrusted with approx. 4.25ctw round brilliant diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS-SI, size 6.75, and 11.5g all in

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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$4,000-6,000 283 DIAMOND AND GOLD RING 0.5ct marquise-cut diamond flanked by smaller diamonds in 14K mixed-color setting, size 8.5

$400-700 Provenance: Southern private collection

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285 PAIR DIAMOND AND GOLD EARCLIPS

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18K yellow and white gold free-form design set with 4.1ctw round diamonds, color F-G, c;clarity VS-VS1, L1 1/4” W3/4”, and 17.7g all in (2pcs)

$3,500-4,000 286 VINTAGE TIFFANY & CO PAIRS OF EARCLIPS

pair 18K Italian gold textured dome, Dia.3/4” and 13.0g; and pair sterling and onyx square dome, W3/4”, each marked; together with pair 10K gold fashion earclips (6pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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288 GOLD PIERCED EARRING COLLECTION 14K gold pair garnet and 14K, L1 1/4”; 7 pairs button design, W3/4” to 1 1/4”; pair wide loop; and pair 10K pair button; Total 86.5g all in (20pcs)

$1,500-2,000 286

287 PAIR DIAMOND EARCLIPS

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

18K white gold setting accented with round and baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 1.4ctw), and 6.5g all in (2pcs)

289 MORGANITE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

7.63ct rectangular cushion-cut natural morganite, accented by 0.34ctw diamonds, color F-H, clarity I1-I2, in 14K rose gold setting size 8, and 7.7g all in

$1,500-2,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

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284 DIAMOND AND GOLD RING 0.64ct marquise center diamond, color H, clarity VS1, accented by 0.83ctw twenty round and baguette-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS1 to SI1, size 6, and 9.9g all in

$1,500-2,000 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate 288

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290 GEMSTONE JEWELRY amethyst and 14K gold earring and pendant set; together with garnet and sterling bracelet, L8 1/2” (4pcs)

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292 FRENCH ART DECO PENDANT AND BRACELET, SWISS WATCH FOB, AND BRACELETS

293 BLACK STAR TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING

11.64ctw oval rubies, accented by 1.66ctw diamonds, in 14K gold dangle pierced design, H1 3/4” and 8.2g all in (2pcs)

circa 1935, etched crystal, marcasite and silver pendant with initials BGF, on associated 21” chain, overall L14”; enameled sterling bracelet accented with marcasite, marked: STERLING GERMANY, L7”; together with pendant watch, guilloche enameled case opening to C. BUCHERER signed dial and case marked: 925, OVIDA WATCH CO, on associated fleur-de-lis brooch; overall H2 1/4” W1 1/8”; and Chinese silver hinged wide bangle, Dia.3, and total 146.0g all in (4pcs)

$1,200-1,800

$300-400

13.56ct oval natural ruby, accented by 0.72ctw brilliant diamonds, color H-J, clarity I2-I3, in 14K gold setting size 7, and 7.4g all in

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

Provenance: Florida private collection

$1,000-2,000

$300-500 Provenance: Virginia collection

291 PAIR RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT EARRINGS

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12.2x12.0x7.3mm cabochon tourmaline flanked by small diamonds in 12K gold bypass setting, size 7.5 and 4.8g all in

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

294 RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate


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295 RETRO OPAL AND GOLD BOW BROOCH

299 ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND EMERALD RING

14K rose and yellow gold ribbon designs set with 8.4mm cabochon opal, setting stamped 14K, and engraved G.S.I. LOVE F.F.E. 3-23-46; H1 1/4” W2” and 11.0g all in

0.94ct round brilliant diamond, color J, clarity I1, accented by 0.12ctw natural emeralds in antique platinum and 14K setting size 7, and 3.1g all in

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

296 ART DECO PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE

300 PAIR DIAMOND EARRINGS

RING

0.62ctw round brilliant center diamonds, color F-I, clarity SI1-I1, accented by 0.23ctw small diamonds, color F-H, clarity SI1-SI2, in 14K white gold dangle design with lock posts, H1” and 2.3g all in (2pcs)

circa 1935, Old European-cut diamonds and rectangular sapphires, size 4, and 5.5g

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

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$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

297 DIAMOND CLUSTER RING

300

ten prong-set round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.1ctw, color F-H, clarity SI2-I2, in 14K white asymmetrical setting, size 6.5, and 4.9g all in

$1,000-1,500 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

298 PETER LINDEMAN RUBY AND GOLD ELEPHANT EARCLIPS

301 GEORG JENSEN MOONLIGHT GRAPE STERLING BROOCH, AND ANOTHER BROOCH mid 20th century, grape-and-leaf design, stamped: GEORG JENSEN, 217A, STERLING, DENMARK; L1 3/4” W1 1/4”; together with dove brooch after Georg Jensen design, stamped: STERLING F within CO, H1” W1 1/2”; total 19.0g (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Florida private collection

elephant mask with ruby eyes holding ring in 14K gold, marked, H1 1/2” W1” and 20.5g all in (2pcs)

$300-500 301

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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302 OPAL AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN

304 DIAMOND BRIDAL SET

306 EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN

approx. 8.33ct oval cabochon fire opal, accented by 0.47ctw diamonds in 14K gold setting, on 14K designer chain, L18”, and 9.4g all in

0.45ct prong-set round solitaire diamond, color H, clarity I1, within diamond-set guard, 0.7ctw round and baguette cut diamonds, color G-I, clarity VS2SI1, in 14K and 18K white gold setting size 6.25

0.89ct square natural emerald flanked by 0.26ctw diamonds, in 14K white gold setting and 16” chain, 2.8g all in

$800-1,200

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

$900-1,400 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

303 PAIR DIAMOND EARRINGS

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

305 STEUBEN STRAWBERRY PENDANT NECKLACE

$800-1,200

307 VINTAGE TIFFANY & CO ELSA PERETTI

14K white gold free-form floral design encrusted with small diamonds; H1” W1”, and 10.0g all in (2pcs)

glass berry with gold stem on 14K rope-twist 25 1/2” chain, in original box.

circa 1977, buckle L4 1/2” and overall L47”

$200-400

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Provenance: Florida private collection

Provenance: South Carolina estate

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$200-300

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308 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

310 OPAL AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

312 DIAMOND AND GOLD GENTLEMAN’S BAND

6.17ctw natural sapphires, accented by 0.48ctw round diamonds, color H-I, clarity I1, in 14K white gold setting size 7.25 and 7.4g all in

2.7ct oval cabochon fire opal, accented by 0.35ctw diamonds, color H-J, clarity I2-I3, in 14K gold setting size 7 and 3.6g all in

0.32ctw brilliant diamonds, color G-I, clarity I1-I2, in 14K white gold setting size 11, and 6.1g all in

$800-1,200

$600-900

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

309 JADE AND GOLD BROOCH

311 VICTORIAN ENAMELED GOLD AND PEARL PENDANT/BROOCH

pierce-carved green jade plaquette in 14K gold openwork frame accented by seed pearls, H1 1/4” W1 3/4”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

circa 1880, 14K gold interlocking strapwork design, black enamel accents and small pearls, in the Renaissance taste, unmarked, H2” W2”, and 16.5g all in

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$500-800

313 DIAMOND AND GOLD BAND 0.43ctw brilliant diamonds, in 14K gold setting size 9, and 7.7g all in

$500-700 Other Notes: accompanied by gemological certificate

$200-300 Provenance: Florida private collection

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314 JULES MOIGNIEZ

317 JOSEPH KRAUSZ

(French, 1835-1894) CHASSE FERMEE and CHASSEE OUVERTE bronze with dark brown patina, each signed and titled H12” W8” D5” and H11 1/2” W9” D4” (2pcs)

(New York/California/Hungarian, b. 1936) THE HUNTER cold-painted bronze on marble base, signed & numbered: AP/26 H30 1/2” W14” D17”

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

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

315 J.A.C. DICKSON (ATTRIBUTED TO)

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

(British, 19th century) INVERLOCHIE CASTLE, WEST HIGHLANDS, SCOTLAND oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30 1/2” W60”

AFTER THE HUNT, SPORTING SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left, illegibly H34” W40”

$1,000-2,000

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

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316 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY KIRKSTONE PASS, CUMBRIA oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H34” W49”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection 318

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320 GEORGE ROMNEY (MANNER OF) (British, 1734-1802) PORTRAIT OF A LADY oil on canvas, unframed, unsigned H61” W47”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

319 PHILIP KRACZKOWSKI (Massachusetts, 1916-1996) THE BIG READING bronze on marble, signed, titled & dated H6” L5 1/2” W3 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

321 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY ) EARLY WINTER, DEVONSHIRE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left with overlapped initials: GAW H26” W40”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund Other Notes: Old partial label on verso.

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323 JEAN CLAGETT (Maryland, 20th century) REVERSE PLAY bronze dark brown patina, signed, dated & numbered: 1/5, 2012 H23” W16” D6”

$1,000-2,000 322 JAMES CLARK SR (C.1858-1909)

Provenance: Virginia private collection

(British, c.1858-1909) THE DOCTORS COB oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H20” W24”

$500-800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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324 LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU-MOUNTED CANAPE, FRANÇOIS LINKE (Francois Linke, French 1855-1946), circa 1900 carved molded rail, scrolling arm supports with dog-head cornucopia mounts extruding leaf and flower forms, front seatrail with bellflower mounts, on bronze paw feet; feet stamped: LINKE 4789; BH34 1/2” SH18” L94” D33”

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection Literature: Payne, Christopher. FRANCOIS LINKE 1855-1946: THE BELLE EPOQUE OF FRENCH FURNITURE. Woodbridge, UK: Antique Collector’s Club, 2003. p.333 pl.361

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325 BIEDERMEIER MAHOGANY SECRÉTAIRE À

326 CONTINENTAL CARVED AND PAINTED ARMCHAIR

ABATTANT

late 18th/early 19th century, with serpentine seatrail, BH36” SH17” W24 1/2” D21”

first half 19th century, Classical pediment, curved superstructure with door, rolltop lower part with fitted interior, tooled leather writing slide, three long drawers, block feet; H73 1/2” W46” D24 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$1,000-1,500

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327 PAIR CONTINENTAL BRONZE-MOUNTED MARBLE PEDESTALS

last quarter 19th century, square molded-edge top, tapered brass inlaid columns, molded base; in mottled green and beige stone; H40” W11 1/2” D11 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

328 PAIR ITALIAN POLYCHROME-PAINTED CHESTS OF DRAWERS, PIERI & SON Florence, 20th century, serpentine front over drawers and cabriole legs with hoof feet, stamped: PIERI & SON FLORENCE, ITALY; H31 3/4” W35 1/4” D18 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: W.E. Browne Decorating Co. in the late 1960s Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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329 FRENCH PROVINCIAL WALNUT ARMOIRE last quarter 18th century, molded crown, raised panel doors flanked by rope-twist half columns, on turned feet; H80” W50” D21”

$1,000-1,500

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

330 CONTINENTAL CARVED, GILT AND PAINTED ARMCHAIR

late 18th/early 19th century, oval back and scrolling arms; BH36 1/2” SH17 1/2” W23 1/2” D21”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

331 PAIR ITALIAN POLYCHROME-PAINTED HANGING CURIOS, PIERI & SON Florence, first half 20th century, glazed panel door and side lights on floral painted case; stamped: PIERI & SON FLORENCE, ITALY, H43 1/2” W30” D13 1/3” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: W.E. Browne Decorating Co. in the late 1960s Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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332 LOUIS XIV STYLE PROVINCIAL CARVED OAK

333 CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED CHEST OF

CURIO CABINET

DRAWERS

late 19th century, molded and carved floral crown, glazed and bellflower-molded doors, carved cabriole legs, scrolling feet, platform base; H100” W53” D21 1/2”

18th/19th century, serpentine top and case with graduated drawers on cabriole legs; H33 1/2” W38” D17”

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$800-1,200

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson Other Notes: Label on back: Sotheby’s Restorations, 440 East 91st St., New York, NY.

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334 LOUIS XVI STYLE UPHOLSTERED DAYBED

338 OSCAR BACH BRONZE AND ONYX TELEPHONE

late 19th century, curved backrest, down-filled cushion, stop-fluted tapered legs; H31” W28 3/4” L67”

STAND

$500-800

(Oscar Bruno Bach, German/American, 1884-1957) figural gallery, onyx top, doors decorated with nude figures, all in Art Nouveau taste; H47” W24” D12”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia private collection

335 ITALIAN MARBLETOP AND WROUGHT-METAL

339 JACOBEAN STYLE PAINTED CARVED WOOD

CONSOLE TABLE

gilt-decorated; H34 3/4” W78” D17”

CABINET

$500-700

early 19th century, molded crown, panel doors, on molded base with bun feet; H54” W51 1/2” D20”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

337

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

336 ITALIAN CARVED AND POLYCHROME CONSOLE TABLE

part 18th century, plank top, leaf-molded skirt, masked corbel-form supports, with hairy-paw feet; H35 1/4” W55 1/2” D27 3/4”

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

337 CONTINENTAL PROVINCIAL CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIR

BH44” SH16” W28” D29”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 338

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340 FRENCH PROVINCIAL KINGWOOD WRITING DESK mid 19th century, leather-inset top and bronze mounts; H28 1/2” W41 1/2” D25 1/2”

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 342

341 LOUIS XVI STYLE CURIO CABINET early 20th century, D-shaped case with convex glazed panel doors and side light with carved gilt-decorated frame on cabriole legs; H53” W25” D15”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

343 PAIR WROUGHT-IRON AND MARBLE-TOP

344 PAIR WROUGHT-IRON GATES

CONSOLE TABLES

early 20th century, scrolling designs; H66” W56” overall (2pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, serpentine marble top, scrolling skirt and supports; H20 3/4” W20” D11 1/4” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$500-700 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

342 NEAR PAIR ITALIAN CARVED GILT, PAINTED AND MARBLEIZED MIRRORS

first half 20th century, H50 1/2” W21 1/4” (2pcs)

$800-1,400 Provenance: W.E. Browne Decorating Co. in the late 1960s Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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345 PAIR FRENCH BRONZE DORÉCHENETS first half 9th century, modeled as children warming their hands, on acanthus-draped footed base; H8” W9 1/2” D4 3/4” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

346 CHARLES X BRONZE DORÉ CENTERPIECE

circa 1835, reticulated anthemion oval basket on conforming base with lion’s-paw feet, H7 1/2” W12 1/4” D9 1/4”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

347 FRENCH RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRONZE DORÉ CENTERPIECE

late 19th century, reticulated top issuing four candlearms, supported by ornate pedestal with griffons, caryatids, cherubs and strapwork on trefoil base; H22” Dia.20”

$700-1,000

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Provenance: Virginia private collection

348 ST. LOUIS THISTLE PATTERN GILT-CRYSTAL HOCK OR WINE STEMS

assorted colors of red, green, blue and purple with gold bands, H8 1/8” (8pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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349 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE PARCEL-GILT BRONZE

352 FRENCH ORMOLU AND CRYSTAL CENTERPIECE

FIGURAL CANDELABRA

19th century, cut-crystal compotes supported by figures on round footed base, Egyptian-inspired design, H9 3/4” Dia.6 1/2”

19th century, three leaf-and-vine scrolling arms issuing bobeches, above seated infant figures on scrolling base; stamped: 1123; H14” W9” D6” (2pcs)

$500-800

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

350 CONTINENTAL GILT-METAL CASKET-FORM FOOTED BOX

last half 19th century, twig finial, hinged top, shaped body with leaf and twig decorations; H6” W8” D5”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

351 FRENCH BRONZE-DORE AND CRYSTAL CENTERBOWL

19th century, cut-decorated bowl on floral and mask-adorned footed bronze base, H7 12” Dia.11”

$300-500 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection 350

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353 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE early 19th century, broken-arch crown, divided glazed panel doors, lower part with slant front, fitted interiors and graduated drawers, ogee bracket feet; H94” W42” D21”

$1,800-2,800 Provenance: Georgia private collection

mid 19th century, urn and scrolling floral-inlaid drop-leaf top over drawers, turned stretchers and scrolling feet; H29” W34” D22”

357

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

355 SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR SET 19th century, pierced splat, upholstered seat; BH36” SH18 1/2” W20” D18” (4pcs)

$500-700

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354 DUTCH MARQUETRY-INLAID SOFA TABLE

356 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1840, short and long drawers on bracket feet; H40 1/2” W40” D19 3/4”

$600-900 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: North Carolina private collection Other Notes: Old label: Hampton, Pall Mall East, London.

357 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SIDEBOARD

first half 19th century, central drawer flanked by deep drawers, chamfered legs, with boxwood stringing and quarter fans; H35 3/4” W53 3/8” D27 3/4”

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circa 1800, waved crest, stick splat, unique needlepoint seats, chamfered legs with stretcher; BH36 1/4” SH18” to 19”, W22” to 23”, D19” (4pcs)

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$600-900 363 WELSH INLAID OAK DRESSER 19th century, dentil-molded crown, tiered plate racks and doors, lower part with crossbanded top, drawers and pierced skirt, carved cabriole legs with pad feet; H83” W75” D20”

$900-1,400 358

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358 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY STOOL

360 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY GAMES TABLE

19th century, molded square legs with stretchers; H19” W27 1/4” D16 1/2”

$300-500

circa 1800, crossbanded inlaid flip top, fitted interior with backgammon and checker boards, on turned legs; H30” W37 3/4” D21 3/4”

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$800-1,200

359 REGENCY MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF SOFA TABLE circa 1820, D-shape leaves, drawer and opposing faux drawer, pedestal with reeded saber legs, on casters; H28 5/8” W41 1/2” open D41 7/8”

$300-600

Provenance: Virginia private collection

Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

361 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1810, rectangular top, boxwood purfling, two over three drawers, splay feet; H40 7/8” W45 1/2” D21 1/2”

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366 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

367 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY TABLE

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circa 1800, molded top, two short over three long graduated drawers, bracket base; H36 1/2” W41 1/2” D20”

19th century, inset leather top, skirt with drawer, turned tapered legs on ball-and-claw feet; H27 1/2” W32 1/2” D29”

$700-1,000

$400-600

early 19th century, ladderback splat, rush seats, turned legs and stretchers; BH38” SH17” W20” D16” (6pcs)

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$500-700

Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

365 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY TEA TABLE

368 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUREAU

circa 1840, piecrust top, turned pedestal, saber legs; H27 3/4” Dia.26”

circa 1820, slant front before fitted interior, two over three drawers, ogee-bracket feet; H43 1/2” W45” D22 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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369 IRISH INLAID MAHOGANY KETTLE STAND/SIDE TABLE, MICHAEL BUTLER Dublin, late 19th century, oval linenfold inlaid top, tapered legs, base stamped on platform base: M. BUTLER 127, ABBEY ST DUBLIN; H30 1/2” W20 1/2” D13 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: Virginia private collection Other Notes: Michael Butler, from a family of Dublin cabinetmakers, is recorded between 1885 1912. His firm specialized in reproducing Irish 18th century mahogany furniture. Some of Butler’s most prestigious commissions were to furnish the Viceregal Lodge in 1903, the Earl of Abercorn, the Earl and Countess of Coventry, the Countess of Clonmell and the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, who bought furniture for Clarence House.

370 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS

371 ENGLISH MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS mid 19th century, molded crown, panel doors above drawers and splay feet; H87” W57” D24”

$1,000-1,800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

372 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE circa 1820, D-shaped drop leaves, drawer and tapered legs; H28 3/4” W20 1/4” D31 3/4”

$300-500

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Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

373 GEORGE III SHERATON MAHOGANY STOOL/BENCH circa 1810, upholstered top, tapered legs and molded stretchers; H18” W21 1/2” D18”

$300-400 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

circa 1840, two short over three long drawers, bracket feet; H34” W41 1/4” D19”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

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374 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

376 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY HANGING

378 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST

mid 19th century, two over three drawers, shaped base, splay feet; H41 5/8” W42 3/4” D21 1/2”

CORNER CABINET

mid 19th century, canted dentil-molded cornice, conforming case, thirteen-light door; H43 3/4” W30 3/4” D19 1/2”

circa 1800, dentil-molded canted crown, two over three drawers flanked by stiles with blind fretwork, lower part with three drawers and bracket base; H72” W43” D23”

$300-500

$1,200-1,800

$600-900 375 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PARTNER’S DESK circa 1800, gilt-tooled green leather top, opposing configurations of five drawers, tapered legs with casters; H32 1/2” W67 1/2” D34 1/2”

$1,500-2,500

377 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOOKCASE mid 19th century, pair glazed doors before shelves, two doors, scalloped base, splay feet; H65” W36 1/4” D13”

$500-800

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379 REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE 20th century, rectangular crossbanded top with round corners, double pedestals, each with four saber legs, cups and casters, two 20” leaves; H29” W45” L120 1/4” open

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$1,000-2,000 380 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF SIX circa 1780, latticework splat, slip seat, chamfered legs, H-stretcher; BH37 1/2” SH18 1/2” W21 1/2” D18 3/4” (6pcs)

$800-1,200 381 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE GAMES TABLE circa 1790, hinged top over skirt on square carved, molded and chamfered legs; H29” W36” D18”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 383

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382 HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE oval top with four 9” leaves, bellflower-inlaid tapered legs; H30” W48” L89 1/2” open

$800-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

383 REGENCY STYLE BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR late 19th century, architectural pediment, fluted column supports on saber legs with brass paw feet, centering looking glass; H52” W30” D26”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

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384 CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED DRAGON ROBE (JIFU) Qing dynasty, rich blue ground finely worked in gold and vibrant threads depicting eight large five-clawed dragons in pursuit of flaming pearls amidst cloud scrolls, bats, roundels and emblems, with similar trim containing six dragons, above lishui stripes; contained within plexiglass display case; robe H54” W88”, and case H70 1/2” W95” D14”

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

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385 CHINESE POLYCHROME CARVED WOOD BUST OF GUANYIN Qing dynasty, on modern pedestal, H29” W21”, and pedestal H42” W24” D14 1/2”

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

386 CHINESE HARDWOOD AND PORCELAIN FLOOR SCREEN

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Qing dynasty, four hinged panels, each inset with blue-and-white scenic and still life plaquettes; H69 1/2” W73 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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Qing dynasty, seated Foo lions, H29” W24” D11 1/2” (2pcs)

$1,000-2,000

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Provenance: Tennessee private collection

388 JAPANESE SUIT OF ARMOR (TOSEI GUSOKU) Edo period, russet iron helmet with gilt, blue lacing and forecrest fixture; iron face mask with red-lacquered upper lip and bristling moustache, four-tier bib with blue lacing; gilt cuirass laced in blue; conforming tasset skirt, thigh protector and leg guards; mesh and gilt decorated sleeve and shoulder guards with Mon; with armor box (gusoku bitsu); on later display stand; H63” W16”, and box H23 1/4” W18” D18”

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$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Tennessee private collection Other Notes: Bearing old label, Christie’s New York Lot 208

389 CHINESE WHITE JADE AND GOLD AMULET PENDANT

Qing dynasty, salamanders surrounding articulated bi-disc talisman, supported on ornate 18K gold pendant, H3 1/2” W2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

390 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD ALTAR/TEA TABLE 18th/19th century, elongated rectangular top over pierced skirt, molded legs and scrolling feet; H14” W49 1/2” D13 3/4”

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

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early 20th century, gold and green embroidered design on rust ground, overall H40 1/2” W31”

$500-800 394 391

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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391 CHINESE GILT LACQUER AND CARVED STONE SCREEN

Republic or later, four panels with floral designs, H72 1/2” W73”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

392 CHINESE GOLD-THREAD EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL

Qing dynasty, dragon design, framed, H18 1/2” W18 1/2”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Tennessee private collection 392

393 PAIR CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD ARMCHAIRS Qing dynasty, shaped crestrail, pierced splat, square legs with stretchers, BH38” SH20 1/2” W25” D19” (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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396 PAIR CHINA TRADE REVERSE PAINTINGS ON GLASS

Qing dynasty, 19th century, each eglomise panel depicting beauties seated at table with flowers and opium pipe, framed H27 1/2” W19” (2pcs)

$500-1,000 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

394 CHINESE CARVED GILTWOOD TABLE SCREEN Qing dynasty, round carved landscape scene on square panel, supported by foo lion brackets, H27” W33” D5”

Literature: Crossman, Carl L. THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE CHINA TRADE. Woodbridge, England: Antique Collector’s Club, 1991. pp.203219

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks 393

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397 TOYOHARA KUNICHIKA (Japanese, 1835-1900) KABUKI ACTORS (Oban triptych) woodblock, framed as one, signed sight H13 1/2” W9” (each panel)

$500-1,000

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Provenance: Tennessee private collection

398 JAPANESE BRONZE DRAGON VASE Meiji period, baluster-form vessel with applied Ryujin emerging from waves, H20”

$500-700 Provenance: Virginia private collection 397

399 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE MEIPING VASE Qing or Republic period, peaches on gnarled branches, with text panel, signed on underside, H15”

$400-700 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

400 CHINESE ENAMELED STONEWARE VASE Qing dynasty, finely painted floral panels and text panel on rich blue ground; H5”

$400-700 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

401 CHINESE CARVED POLYCHROME WOOD GUANYIN Qing or Republic period, H35” W9”

$400-700 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

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402 CHINESE JADE CICADA AND MINIATURE DISC 2 cicada amulets or toggles, L2 1/2” and 2 3/4” 2 lezi tube-pendants, L2 1/4” and 2 3/4” bi disc, Dia.2” (5pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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403 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE COVERED URNS ON STANDS

Qing dynasty, H8” W8” (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks 404

404 PAIR CHINESE

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Qing dynasty, H8” (2pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

405 TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI (Japanese, 1839-1892) GENERAL YORIMASA and GENERAL MINAMOT (from: The Mirror of Famous Generals), c. 1878 woodblock, each framed sight H13” W9” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

406 TOYOHARA CHIKANOBU (Japanese, 1838-1912) MOONVIEWING BANQUET AT YOSHINO IMPERIAL PALACE, (Oban triptych) color woodbock, framed as one overall sight H14” W27 1/2”

$300-600 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

407 UTAGAWA YOSHITORA (Japanese, act. 1836-1887) SEVEN LUCKY GODS (Oban triptych) color woodblock, framed as one each sight H13 1/2” W9 1/4”

$300-800 Provenance: Tennessee private collection 405

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408 PAIR MIES VAN DER ROHE TUGENDHAT CHAIRS

circa 1966, retailed by Knoll, stainless frame with tufted black leather cushions and straps, BH32” SH15” W29 1/2” D26” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by original Knoll International, Stuttgart receipt, dated May 20, 1966.

409 PHILIP & KELVIN LAVERNE FRAGONARD SIDE TABLE

two-tied design, etched and patinated bronze surface, decorated figural scene, signed: PHILIP KELVIN LAVERNE; H17 1/4” W18” D18”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Georgia private collection

410 MASAMI TERAOKA

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(Japanese, b. 1936) VIEW FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (from the Hawaii Snorkel series), 1993 woodcut with etching and aquatint, framed, signed and numbered lower right in pencil: AP9 (one of 10 artist’s proofs, the edition was 30) and Tyler Graphics, Ltd. blindstamp sheet H25” W38”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Christie’s, New York, February 12, 2004, Lot 245 Tennessee private collection

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413 IVAN MESTROVIC (American, 1883-1962) MOTHER WITH CHILD bronze, signed H27” W6 1/2” D10 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Literature: Gagro, Bozidar. IVAN MESTROVIC. Ljubljana: Delo, 1987.

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414 IVAN MESTROVIC (American, 1883-1962) VESTAL VIRGIN bronze on stone base, signed H13” W10 1/4” D7”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Literature: Gagro, Bozidar. IVAN MESTROVIC. Ljubljana: Delo, 1987. ref. 98

411 HENRY KOERNER (ATTRIBUTED TO)

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(Pennsylvania/Austria, 1915-1991) PITTS AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY oil on canvas, unframed, unsigned overall H48” W48” comprised of twelve 12” x 15 1/2” smaller canvases

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: South Carolina collection Other Notes: Morris & Whiteside Galleries label on verso.

412 IVAN MESTROVIC (American, 1883-1962) GIRL WITH THE LUTE bronze on ebonized wood base, signed H18 1/2” W10” D6 1/2”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Literature: Gagro, Bozidar. IVAN MESTROVIC. Ljubljana: Delo, 1987. ref. 131-133 412

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417 MERSAD BERBER (Bosnian, b. 1940) YOUNG GIRL color woodcut, oil and gold foil, framed, signed sight H36” W23 1/2”

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

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415 JAMES KELLY (New York, 1913-2003) SAN MARCO, 1965 oil on canvas, unframed, signed, titled & dated on verso H76 1/4” W77”

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418 JERRY COULTER (North Carolina/Virginia, b. 1936) DARK APPARITION, 1963 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left H63 1/2” W35”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund Other Notes: Artist’s biography can be found in AMERICAN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM OFTHE 1950s, by Marika Herskovic.

416 STEPHEN ADDISS (New York, b. 1935) MAGIE (nude) ink painting, framed, signed scroll H34” W20”

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

419 MARGO HOFF

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(New York, 1912-2008) SUMMER CITY NIGHT oil on Masonite, framed, signed lower right H36” W48”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

420 JEAN-LOUIS TOUTAIN (French, 1948-2008) AFTERNOON TEA oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H19 1/2” W28 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 417

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424 ALEKSA POPOVIC (Croatian, mid 20th century) FARMING SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower right: 1968 H10 1/2” W15 1/2”

$400-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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422 DANIEL K. TEIS (American, 1925-2002) WINTER HOLIDAY watercolor, framed, signed & dated, 1958 sight H29” W40”

$500-800 421

421 ALEXANDER CALDER (New York, 1898-1976) INSPIRATION, 1969 lithograph, framed, signed & numbered in pencil: 14/125 sheet H26 1/2” W20 1/2”

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

423 LUCILE C. TYCHSEN (South Carolina, mid 20th century) CROSS STREET WITH THREE TREES oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H45 3/4” W31 1/2”

$500-800

$500-700

Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, New York Tennessee private collection

Provenance: Illinois private collection

Other Notes: verso bearing Kennedy Galleries label

Other Notes: Bearing old exhibition and other labels on verso.

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425 LOUIS CHATEL ROSENTHAL (Russian/American, 1888-1964) EIGHT MINIATURE FIGURES bronze with dark patina, in case, unsigned sculptures H1 1/2” to 3” and case H8” W11 3/4” D4 1/4”

$400-800 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

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426 BLUE SKY (South Carolina, b. 1938) SWIFT CREEK watercolor, framed, signed & dated, 1981 sight H21” W28”

$400-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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428 LUCILE C. TYCHSEN (South Carolina, mid 20th century) SPANISH DOMAIN oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H30” W34”

$400-600 427 PETER MAX

Provenance: Illinois private collection

(New York, German, b. 1937) COSMIC RUNNER serigraph, framed, signed upper right sight H23” W23”

Other Notes: Bearing old labels on verso.

$400-800 Provenance: Wentworth Gallery, Miami, Florida South Carolina private collection

429 LEONARD BASKIN (New York, 1922-2000) QUANAH PARKER (Red Version), 1974 lithograph, framed, signed & numbered in pencil: III/XX sight H38 1/2” W26 1/2”

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430 JESSE BARDIN (South Carolina, 1923-1997) NOVEMBER NIGHT oil on canvas, framed, signed & titled lower right and verso H18 1/2” W32 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, New York Tennessee private collection Other Notes: Verso bearing Kennedy Galleries label #31970

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432 BOOKS: LE COSTUME HISTORIQUE Racinet, Auguste. LE COSTUME HISTORIQUE: CINQ CENTS PLANCHES. Paris: Libraire de Firmin-Didot et Cie, Imprimeur de l’Institut, 1888. (6vols)

$500-800 Provenance: Arkansas private collection

433 BOOK: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, AUTHOR SIGNED

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Lee, Harper. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. New York: Harper Collins, 1995 (35th anniversary edition). With dustjacket, and author-signed dedication: TO MARTHA -BEST WISHES HARPER LEE.

$500-1,000 Provenance: Alabama private collection

434 BOOK: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, AUTHOR SIGNED

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Lee, Harper. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. New York: Harper & Row, 1991. With dustjacket, and author-signed dedication: TO ELSIE- BEST WISHES HARPER LEE.

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$500-1,000 Provenance: Alabama private collection

431 RARE EARLY BOOK: GUILLIM’S DISPLAY OF HERALDRY Guillim, John. and Logan, John. A DISPLAY OF HERALDRY and HONOUR MILITARY AND CIVIL (two parts bound as one). Published by London: Printed by S.roycroft for R.blome; and are sold by Francis Tyton, Henry Brome, Thomas Basset, Richard Chiswell, John Wright, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1679. Full leather binding. Including uncolored engraved plates and printed heraldry.

435 RARE EARLY BOOK: PHILIP CLUVER’S ITALIA ANTIQUA PHILIPPI CLUVERI ITALIAE ANTIQUAE ITEM SICILIAE SARDINIAE & CORSICAE (TOMUS SECUNDUS). Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Elseviriana, 1624. Full embossed vellum binding. Complete with engraved and folding maps.

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

$500-800 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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437 RARE EARLY BOOK: PHILIP CLUVER’S INTRODUCTIONIS PHILIPPI CLUVERI INTRODUCTIONIS IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM, TAMVETEREM QUAM NOVAM LIBRI VI. Amstelaedami: Apud Petrum de Coup, 1729. Illustrated engraved frontispiece, 47 maps (16 folding), 4 plates (2 folding), and 1 folding table. Full vellum binding.

$800-1,600 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

438 MONTBLANC MEISTERSTUCK RAMSES II WRITING INSTRUMENTS

lapis cap with vermeil body ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil, marked: 925; in original case and box with documents.

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$600-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection 437

436 BOOKS: RARE SET ITALIAN GOLD AND

439 MONTBLANC MEISTERSTUCK VERMEIL WRITING

SILVERSMITHS

Bulgari, Costantino G. ARGENTIERE GEMMARI E ORAFI D’ITALIA. Rome: Parte Prima, 1977, set of 5 volumes with plates, some colored, gilt cloth gilt, and dust-jackets. Contains: Roma (vol. I + vol. II and part of vol. III) - Lazio e Umbria (vol. III ) Marche-Romagna (Vol. IV) Emilia (vol. V). Three with original slipcases. (5vols)

INSTRUMENTS

ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil, marked: 925; in original case and box.

$600-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

440 MONTBLANC MEISTERSTUCK VERMEIL WRITING INSTRUMENTS

black resin with gilt and silver cap, ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil, marked: 925; in original case and box.

$200-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

$800-1,200 Provenance: Arkansas private collection

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441 MONTBLANC MEISTERSTUCK BALLPOINT PEN, REFILLS AND CASES burgundy cased pen; 13 pen refills (M black); mechanical pencil HB 0.5mm lead pack, and eraser refills; 4 cases and 1 instruction booklet. (21pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

442 VINTAGE MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS one 1886, one 1891, five 1921, four 1922, three 1923, and one 1934; and total 400.0g (15pcs)

$250-350 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

443 CONTINENTAL SPINACH JADE, AGATE AND SILVER COMPACT, OPERA GLASSES probably German, openwork and highly engraved hinged case, stamped: 800; W2 1/4” L3”; Audemair nacre-veneered theater binoculars (2pcs)

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1000 CONTINENTAL BRONZE SCULPTURE THE HORSE TAMER late 19th century, golden brown patina on slate base, unsigned, H22” W21” D7”

$700-900 Provenance: Virginia private collection

late 19th century, carved stone, unsigned, H15” W22” D11 1/2”

$600-900 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1002 SERGIO BUSTAMANTE (Mexican, b.1942) MACAW PERCHED IN RING papier mache and metal, signed & numbered 38/100 H36 1/2” W27 1/2” L50”

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

1003 PAIR FRENCH ORIENTALIST SCULPTURES, SIGNED MESTAIS late 19th century MOORISH WOMAN AND MAN bronze patinated metal, in later ebonzied stands, signed on base H28” W7 1/4” D7 1/2” (2pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1004 PJ MENE (AFTER) (French, 1810-1879) THE KILL patinated bronze group with Scottish hunter on marble base, signed, H11” L14” D7”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1008 RUSSIAN GILT-BRONZE BEAR

1013 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY

(American, 20th century) THE JUMPER bronze with green and golden patina, unsigned H13 1/4” W13 1/4” D13 1/4”

SCULPTURE

BUREAU BOOKCASE

19th century, with top hat, staff and basket on marble base; H5 1/4” Dia.3 1/4”

first half 19th century, dentil-molded crown, pair thirteen-light doors, fallboard concealing fitted interior, five drawers, ogee-bracket feet; H89 1/2” W49 1/2” D23”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1006 FIGURAL AND BIRD SCULPTURES Jules-Charles Guillemard (French, circa 1900) EN AVANT, bronze with light brown patina, signed & titled on base, H9” Pompeian Bronze Co. Dantes bust, first quarter 20th century foundry mark on verso: 336, POMPEIAN BRONZE CO.; H9” W12” D5 1/2” Continental pheasant and bust sculptures, circa 1900, spelter gamebird on ebonized base; H14 1/2” W10”; and bronze-metal bust; H11” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson Other Notes: Artist listed in 1907 Paris Salon, entry no. 3216.

1007 VINTAGE VERDIGRIS BRONZE, GANSU FLYING HORSE signed Learoyd, numbered: 20/200 and dated: 1972, H14” L18 1/2” W4 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Purchased from Ham Farm Studios, England in 1975, from the artist Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Discovered in 1969, The Gansu Flying Horse or Han dynasty Flying Horse was a rare early 2nd century CE sculpture from the Eastern Han dynasty.

$200-300 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

$1,500-2,500

1009 STEPHEN MCKEOWN

1014 GAMES TABLE AND CHAIRS

(Irish, 20th century) UNDER OBSERVATION carved and polychrome pressboard, signed, titled & dated on verso, 1982 H35” W21 1/2” D17”

playing card pattern upholstered chairs, BH36 1/2” SH18” W25 1/2” D23”; French card suits inlaid flip-top table with chessboard; table H30” W29 1/2” D29 1/2” (5pcs)

$200-300

$500-700

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

1010 GEORGE III STYLE PARCEL-GILT

1015 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

MAHOGANY MIRROR

circa 1800, beaded top, two over three drawers, bracket base; H36 3/4” W39 1/2” D20”

with eagle pediment, H58” W28”

$600-900

Style + Design Sale

1001 CONTINENTAL SCULPTURE THE DYING GAUL

1005 BRONZE EQUESTRIAN SCULPTURE

$500-700 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1011 EAGLE CRESTED BULL’S-EYE MIRRORS

1016 THREE GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHAIRS

circa 1810, strapwork back, slip seat, chamfered legs, H-stretcher; BH38” SH19” W20 1/4” D19” (3pcs)

early 20th century, H29 3/4” Dia.21 7/8”, and H25 1/2” Dia.19 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500

$300-400

1017 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

MAHOGANY LEATHERTOP PARTNER’S DESK

1012 GEORGIAN STYLE PARCEL-GILT MAHOGANY MIRROR

with broken crown, H45 1/4” W28 1/4”

$300-400

late 19th/early 20th century, rectangular top with gadroon edge, five opposing drawers, carved skirt, cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet; H31 3/4” W67” D42”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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1018 CHIPPENDALE STYLE LEATHER

1023 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY

UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK CHAIR

CHEST OF DRAWERS

BH43” SH17” W37” D30”

circa 1800, molded top, oval-inlaid frieze, two over three drawers, bundled reed three-quarter columns, ogee bracket feet; H45” W51 1/2” D22”

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1028 WILLIAM & MARY STYLE OAK DROP-LEAF TABLE

1033 GEORGE III OAK TILT-TOP TEA

circa 1900, oval form, block-and-twist turned legs, round feet; H29” W47” open D36 1/4”

circa 1810, turned pedestal and saber legs; H28” Dia.21”

$200-300

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$700-1,000

MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

1024 GEORGIAN OAK SETTEE

serpentine crossbanded top, drawer flanked by doors, fluted tapered legs with spade feet; H36 3/8” W58 7/8” D21 5/8”

late 18th century, molded and raised panel four-seat design on cabriole legs; BH42 1/4” SH17” W72” D27”

$500-800

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1020 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

six and four well-matched sets, BH41” SH18 1/2” W20” D19” (10pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$500-800

1025 CONTINENTAL PAINTED HARVEST TABLE

late 19th/early 20th century, floral-and-fruit painted top; H30” W60” D30”

TABLE

in the Sheraton taste with crossbanded oval top, three 13 3/4” leaves, pedestal and saber base and hinged legs, H28 3/4” W45 3/4” L95 1/2” open

RACK

$200-400

early 19th century, H44 3/8” W54 3/4” D6 5/8”

Provenance: Private collection

$300-500 1030 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DOUBLE CORNER CABINET

first half 19th century, broken canted pediment, conforming case with flat-panel doors, on plinth; H88 1/2” W41 1/2” D23 1/2”

$600-900

ARMCHAIRS

BH43 1/2” SH18” W27 1/2” D29” (2pcs)

1035 ENGLISH MAHOGANY WINDSOR CORNER CHAIR

circa 1800, scrolling armrest, arched splats, leather seat, turned legs; BH28 1/2” SH17 1/4” W29” D24 1/2”

$300-500 1031 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY TEA TABLE

1026 PAIR UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK

1034 ENGLISH OAK HANGING PLATE

BH36” SH13 1/2” W25” D37”

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1021 BAKER INLAID MAHOGANY DINING

1029 BRITISH COLONIAL STYLE HARDWOOD PLANTER’S CHAIR

$200-300

Style + Design Sale

1019 GEORGE III STYLE INLAID

TABLE

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

with pullout slides, H28 1/2” W32 1/2” D20 1/2”

1036 HEPPLEWHITE PAINTED AND

$200-400

UPHOLSTERED CHAIR

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

circa 1790, vasiform and column splat, tapered legs; BH36” SH18” W21” D18”

$1,000-1,800

$300-500

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1032 GEORGIAN BOWFRONT MAHOGANY

1022 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY

1027 SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY

circa 1800, shaped top, two drawers, tapered legs; H31 1/4” W39 3/8” D20 3/4”

BOWFRONT DRINKS TABLE

GAMES TABLE

circa 1820, hinged top, green baize surface, turned legs; H29 1/2” W36” D17 1/2”

$300-500

late 19th century, bowed top with backsplash, conforming case with drawers and doors, tapered legs with spade feet; H33 3/4” W45” D21 3/8”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

CONSOLE TABLE

$300-500

1037 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY STOOL

early 20th century, H17” W21” D16”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1038 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CORNER

1043 CONTINENTAL CHESTNUT, WALNUT

1047 LOIS J LESTER

1051 RICHARD JENKINS BRYAN

WASHSTAND

AND MARBLETOP SIDE CABINET

late 19th century, H48” W23 1/4” D15 3/4”

late 19th century, two drawers over two panel doors with carved fruitwood decorations; H40” W55” D21”

(American, early 20th Century) pair works: CARDINAL and MOCKINGBIRD (after J.J. Audubon) watercolors, framed, signed & titled lower middle sight H22” W14 1/4” (2pcs)

(South Carolina, 1907-1986) VIEW OF ST. PHILIP’S, CHARLESTON oil on Masonite, framed, signed lower & dated: 1950 H18 1/4” W13 1/2”

$500-800

Provenance: Georgia collection

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE

last half 19th century, octagonal top with pierce-carved skirt, carved pedestal and saber legs; H29 1/2” Dia.32”

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1040 AMERICAN CHERRY POSTER BED late 19th/early 20th century, H82” W60” L82 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1041 ENGLISH PAINTED FOUR-DRAWER CHEST

circa 1900, H33” W33 1/4” D18 1/4”

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

1044 ARTHUR PARTON (New York, 1842-1914) LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H18” W24”

$600-900 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1045 FELIX HARTA

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1048 AMERICAN SCHOOL CHILD’S PORTRAIT, 19TH CENTURY YOUNG DARLING oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H36” W29”

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1042 GEORGIAN STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

fitted with 24” leaf; H30” W40” L84” open

$400-600 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1052 WALTER L BROWN (American, 1924-1994) BOOMERANG (equine portrait) oil on canvasboard, framed, signed lower left and titled on verso H23 1/2” W19 1/2”

$400-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1049 ROBERT BRACKMAN

1053 AMERICAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY )

(Connecticut, 1898-1980) ARRANGEMENT “22” oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right and titled on verso H18” W22”

PORTRAIT OF CORNELIA DABNEY TUCKER, c. 1912 oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left with initials: MM H54” W27”

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

$500-800

$400-800

Provenance: Purchased from the artist South Carolina private collector

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

1046 ROBERT BRACKMAN

1050 GEORGE FISH

(Connecticut, 1898-1980) STANDING NUDE pastel, framed, signed lower right sight H20” W15 1/2”

(Massachusetts/New York, wk. 1849-1880) PORTRAIT OF YOUNG GIRL, 1859 pastel on canvas, framed, signed & dated lower left: G.S. Fisher, New York sight H49 1/2” W34 1/2”

(Hungarian/Austrian, 1884-1967) BARONESS TONET WITH HER SONS, 1958 oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated upper left, 1958 H42” W29 1/2”

$600-900

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$400-600

$500-800 Provenance: Purchased from the artist South Carolina private collector

$500-800 Provenance: Arizona private collection

Style + Design Sale

1039 ANGLO-INDIAN CARVED

$200-400

1054 ROBERT CHAILLOUX (French, 1913-2005) LE RAISIN ET LA GOURDE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H18 1/8” W21 5/8”

$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Verso bearing old label with registration no. 35855

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1055 ELIZABETH DARBY (ATTRIBUTED TO) (New York/New Jersey, d. 1906) SARAH CATHERINE WRIGHT FAIRBANKS (1818-1858) pastel, framed, signed: Darby H11 1/2” W9 1/2”

$400-600

1056 BRITISH PORTRAITURE, 19TH CENTURY

GENTLEMAN IN BLUE WAISTCOAT (said to be Robert MacKay of Savannah, Georgia) oil on on canvas, framed, unsigned H36” W28”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1057 ORNITHOLOGICAL ENGRAVINGS (18TH/19TH CENTURY ) PAIR FINCH SPECIMENS hand-colored, framed, unmarked sight H18 1/2” W13” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1058 GUSTAV LIKAN (Yugoslavian/American, 1912-1998) HORSERACE, 1960 pastel, framed, signed & dated sight H12 1/2” W15 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1063 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE 19TH

1067 MARGARET CORNELIUS

(New York, 1878-1966) THE BATHERS, gouache on board, framed, signed & dated lower right: 1921, sight H15 1/2” W19 1/2”

CENTURY

ALPINE LAKE SCENE, oil on canvas, framed, signed illegibly, H29 1/2” W41 1/2”

(Portuguese, 1918-1987) TABLETOP STILL LIFE batik, framed, signed H36” W30”

$300-400

$200-300

$200-400

Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1060 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE 19TH

1064 SCOTTISH SCHOOL, 19TH/20TH

1068 PRASERT

CENTURY

CENTURY

BABY’S FIRST STEPS oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H20” W24”

ROBERT BURNS (after Alexander Nasmyth) color print, framed size H26 1/2” W24”; together with portrait in later years, oil on artistboard, signed on verso: W. MCDONALD, framed size H13” W11” (2pcs)

(Thailand, mid 20th century) five works: FARMING VILLAGE SCENES watercolor, unframed, some signed: Prasert sheet H11 1/2” W15” (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-300 1061 FRENCH BIRD PRINTS, BY HUET AND PRIEST 19th century, four works: AIGLE, INDICATEUR, BUSE, and EUPETE hand-colored, framed, signed in plates, sight H10 1/2” W8 1/2” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Purchased from the noted American interior designer Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1065 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

MAN SMOKING PIPE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H15 1/2” W10 1/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1062 EVERETT B.D. JULIO (AFTER)

1066 MARGARET CORNELIUS

(Louisiana, 1843-1879) THE LAST MEETING (Gen. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville) colored engraving, framed sight H30” W21 1/2”

(Portuguese, 1918-1987) TARDE DE DOMINGO oil on canvas, framed, signed H32” W26”

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1069 ALBERT LANE

Style + Design Sale

Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

1059 SAUL RASKIN

(Alabama, 20th century) two works: LAWYER’S ROW and MADISON COUNTY COURT HOUSE (Huntsville) watercolor and ink, framed, signed & titled sight H19” W14 1/2” and H17” W20” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1070 COLLECTION OF MAP PRINTS framed as set, overall H14” W17” (12pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1071 AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH

1075 LARRY FRANCIS LEBBY

1079 JACQUES CARTIER

1084 SINO-CHINESE TABRIZ CARPET

CENTURY

(South Carolina, b. 1950) THE GHETTO, 1974 lithograph, framed, signed, titled, dated & numbered lower margin: 12/34 sight H12 1/2” W15 1/4”

(French, 1907-2001) CANICHE NOIR oil on board, framed, signed H10 3/4” W8 1/2”

6’ x 9’2”

LOBSTER STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated: JH 05 H18” W24”

$200-300

1072 A. BASSI

$150-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1076 W. KINGMON

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina collection

1080 ALEXANDRE LOUIS JACOB

1085 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET 4’4” x 7’

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

(American, 20th century) BIG BILL oil on canvas, framed, signed H21” W28”

(French, 1876-1972) two works HAZY WINTER and MISTY AUTUMN prints, framed, signed in plate, overall H26” W21” and H26” W20 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300

$100-200

$100-200

$300-500

Provenance: South Carolina collection

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

1073 ARMIN BISMARCK HEMBERGER

1077 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH

1081 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH

1087 AFGHAN YAMOUD CARPET

(Connecticut, 1896-1974) two works: THE IDLER, and MERCATO DELLA FRUTTA etchings, unframed, signed, titled & numbered: 10/35 and 4/30 (2pcs)

CENTURY

CENTURY

circa 1950, 4’9” x 6’1”

CAPRICCIO LANDSCAPE, oil on board, framed, unsigned, H9” W13 1/2”

LAUNDRY DAY oil on panel, framed, unsigned H14” W19”

$300-500

$100-200

$100-200

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

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

(American, first half 20th century) SPORTING DOGS IN FIELD pigments on canvas, framed, signed lower right H32” W42”

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1074 GUNNAR ANDERSEN (Danish, 1919-1982) YOUNG BOY oil on canvas, framed, signed H14” W11”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1078 JOVAN OBICAN (Croatian/French, 1918-1986) two works: MUSICIANS and FIGURE mixed media on paper, framed, signed sight H13” W9” and H16” W12” (2pcs)

1082 LAURA MILES SPONG (South Carolina, b. 1926) BLACK SPIRAL woodcut, framed, signed & numbered in pencil: 3/3 sight H6 3/4” W6”

1086 TURKISH CARPET 5’8” x 7’3”

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

1088 PERSIAN CARPETS Hamadan 2’9” x 5’4”, and Heriz 2’4” x 3’4” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1089 PERSIAN LILLIHAN CARPET

$100-200

$100-150

circa 1910, 5’1” x 5’11”

Provenance: Florida private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400

1083 FARAHAN SAROUK CARPET

Style + Design Sale

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$400-600

1090 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET circa 1950, 4’3” x 6’11”

circa 1920, 4’1” x 6’3”

$200-400

$400-700

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

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1091 PERSIAN MALAYER CARPET circa 1910, 4’6” x 6’10”

$200-400 1092 TWO PERSIAN CARPETS

$200-400 1093 INDIAN GABBEH CARPET 5’7” x 7’8”

$200-400 1094 CHINESE NEEDLEPOINT CARPET

1103 NEAR PAIR ENGLISH CRYSTAL DECANTERS WITH STERLING LABELS

early 20th century, oval bowl decorated with fine winter scene and gilt scalloped rim, unsigned, H2 3/4” W8” L12”

circa 1900, cut-work design, with later labels: SCOTCH and RYE; H11 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500

Provenance: Florida private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1100 ART GLASS SCULPTURES, KJELL ENGMAN FOR KOSTA BODA (Swedish, b. 1946) two works from the INSIDE series, multi-color glass, signed and numbered on underside; H7” W4” D2 3/4” and H11 1/2” W6 1/2” D2 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-400

$100-200

1104 WATERFORD LISMORE PATTERN 14 stems H6” 6 stems H6 3/4” 12 flutes H8” 5 tumblers H4” (37pcs)

1109 ENGLISH OAK BUREAU BOOKCASE

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1095 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPETS

1101 VICTORIAN BRIDE’S BASKET, AND

2’5” x 4’5” and 2’ x 2’10” (2pcs)

SET OF GOBLETS

$200-400

$200-300

enameled glass and silverplate basket, H6” W14”; set of five cut-to-clear goblets, H6 3/4” (6pcs)

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-300 1096 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$150-250 1097 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET circa 1930, 3’8” x 5’8”

$100-200

1106 ENGLISH CUT-CRYSTAL BARWARE decanter H12”, eight stems H6”, and eight cordials H5” (17pcs)

circa 1920, 3’7” x 7’1”

1102 ANCIENT ROMAN GLASS VESSEL Roman period, circa 63BC-330AD, aqua bulbous design; H5”

$100-200 Provenance: Archaeological Shop, Tel Aviv Simon Benson Offit collection

circa 1790, raised panel doors,fallboard before fitted interior, four drawers, bracket base; H67 3/4” W40” D20 3/8”

$1,000-2,000

Orrefors H12”; two Baccarat H11 1/2” and 9 1/2”; Waterford H10”; two unidentified H10” and 14” (6pcs)

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of Elinor Goodman Glassman

1105 CRYSTAL DECANTERS

$200-400

20th century, comprising: Mdina cobalt, turquoise and gold bottle vase, H7 1/2” W8 1/2” D2 1/2” Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta fish vase, H9” and another vase with nude figure, H5 1/2” (3pcs)

CRYSTAL BARWARE

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

5’5” x 8’8”

1108 ART GLASS VASES, MDINA AND LINDSTRAND

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1110 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED

Style + Design Sale

circa 1900, consisting of: Ghashghaei carpet, 4’10” x 9’8” Serapi carpet, 2’11” x 5’1” (2pcs)

1099 FRENCH ENAMELED GLASS BOWL, POSSIBLY DAUM

MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER

mid 19th century; H40” Dia.22”

$200-300 1111 ENGLISH VICTORIAN WALNUT FOLDING TOP LIBRARY TABLE

late 19th/early 20th century, carved molded edge and hinged sliding top, fluted skirt with two drawers, scrolling carved supports, carved molded base, leaf feet; H31 1/2” W60” D22” 44” open

$500-900 1107 CRYSTAL AND STERLING

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

DECANTERS AND JARS

1098 TURKISH KAZAK CARPET

pair decanters H7 1/2” and single H5 1/2”; pair English sterling covered jars H3 1/2” (5pcs)

3’2” x 3’11”

$150-250

$100-200

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1112 PAIR SHERATON STYLE CANED

1117 AMERICAN WALNUT SLANT FRONT

1122 UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK CHAIR

1127 NANCY CORZINE UPHOLSTERED

BEECHWOOD ARMCHAIRS

DESK ON STAND

19th century, stand of later date; H40 1/4” W38 3/4” D19”

upholstered with victorious Confederate general in battle scene, BH46” SH21” W33” D28”

SOFA

BH33” SH17” W22” D18” (2pcs)

$400-600

$200-400

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina collection

1118 LOUIS XVI STYLE CONSOLE TABLE

1123 QUEEN ANNE STYLE WRITING DESK

faux marble top and gilt base, H37 1/2” W84” D20”

crossbanded leather-inset top over drawers and shell-carved cabriole legs, H30 1/2” W48” D27”

early 20th century, three-panel design with figural brackets; H40” W87”

$600-900

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

CHEVAL MIRROR

H75” W32” D21”

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1114 HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY GAMES TABLE

circa 1820, hinged D-shaped top on square tapered legs; H29” W36 1/2” D18”

$400-700 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1115 DIMINUTIVE MAHOGANY TWO-PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1119 PAIR FAUX CAST-STONE COVERED

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

URNS ON PEDESTALS

1124 GEORGIAN OAK HANGING CORNER

overall H55” Sq.20” (2pcs)

CABINET

$300-500

circa 1820, molded crown and panel door, H38 1/4” W25 3/4” D15”

Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1120 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID CURIO CABINET

H30” W36” L79”

circa 1900, H56 1/2” W27 1/2” D14 3/4”

$400-600

$300-400

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1125 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY BENCH

upholstered seat, H29 1/2” SH19” W53 1/2” D17 1/2”

$200-400

$400-600

1128 ART NOUVEAU STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR

$200-300

1129 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHAMBER CHEST

late 19th century, with hinged top; H29” W25 1/4” D18 3/4”

Style + Design Sale

1113 BERKEY & GAY CARVED WALNUT

BH33” SH18” W84” D38”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1130 ENGLISH MAHOGANY COMMODE CHAIR

mid 19th century, padded back and arms, hinged seat over chamberpot well, on plinth; H34” W28 1/4” D21”

$200-300

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1116 PAIR WINGBACK CHAIRS, HERITAGE FURNITURE

1121 ENGLISH MAHOGANY HANGING

Queen Anne style upholstered design, BH46 1/4” SH19” W29 1/2” D26” (2pcs)

late 19th century, tiered top, swing-out drawer; H35” W18 3/4” D12”

$400-600

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

CORNER CABINET

$200-300

1126 AMERICAN MAPLE BUTTERFLY DROP-LEAF TABLE circa 1800, D-shaped drop leaves above drawer, turned legs joined by stretcher; H25” W34 1/2” D30”

1131 GEORGE III OAK TILT-TOP TABLE circa 1790, H28 3/4” Dia.36”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina estate

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1132 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-STAND swan’s-neck pierce-carved pediment, upper case with eight drawers, lower case with four, cabriole legs, ball-and-claw feet, elaborate carving; H79” W38 1/4” D16 1/4”

$300-500

1138 GEORGIAN PARCEL-GILT

1143 PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE

MAHOGANY MIRROR

PORCELAIN VASES

early 19th century, H38 1/2” W24”

19th century, converted to lamps with bronze mounts, overall H33” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1133 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BED STEPS

BLACKAMOOR TORCHERE

1144 JAPANESE PORCELAIN DISHES AND

bronze finish over composite, H74”

JARS

circa 1900, H21” W16” D17”

$200-300

19th/20th century, Imari pattern comprising: charger Dia.12 1/2”; two pairs jars H5” to 7”; jar H7”; four plates Dia.8 1/4” to 9”; bowl Dia.4 1/2”; together with blue-and-white pattern oval dish L11”; two bowls Dia.5 1/2” and 6 1/4” (14pcs)

$150-250 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1134 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY WINE TABLE late 19th century, piecrust top, turned fluted pedestal, carved saber legs, scrolling feet; H30” Dia.15 3/4”

$200-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1140 DIMINUTIVE ENGLISH OAK GATE-LEG TABLE H26 1/2” W12” D24 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1135 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR

BH41 1/2” SH17” W24” D19”

$150-250 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1136 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LOOKING GLASS

circa 1800, scrolling frame enclosing mirror; H37” W20”

$300-500 1137 GEORGE III MAHOGANY MIRROR circa 1820, H24” W14 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$300-600 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Meiji period, Dia.16”

BOWLS

$300-400

18th/19th century, various floral and figural designs, sizes H2 1/2” Dia.5 1/2” to H4 1/2” Dia.10 1/4” (7pcs)

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1142 CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATES, TEAPOT AND JAR

19th/20th century, comprising: two blue-and-white plates, Dia.9 1/4”; famille rose plate, Dia.9”; famille rose teapot, H7”; famille verte covered jar, H7” (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1148 CHINESE IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER

Qing dynasty, gilded traditional design in underglaze-blue and iron-red, Dia.16 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1149 CHINESE ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN OBJECTS

1145 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN

1141 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN

$300-400

Meiji period, late 19th century, each signed, comprising: vase H6 1/2”; two dishes Dia.3 3/4”; two bowls H2 1/4” Dia.6” and H1 1/2” Dia.3 1/2” (5pcs)

CHARGER

1146 PAIR CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATES

circa 1805, decorated in sepia and gilt with grapevine on rim and husk inner border, centering floral swags containing monogram JMW; Dia.9 7/8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: New York private collection

Style + Design Sale

1139 CONTINENTAL BRONZE-PATINATED

$300-500

1147 JAPANESE SATSUMA WARES, BIZAN AND KOSHIDA

19th century, comprising: covered entree H6” L9”; pair candleholders H7 1/2”; pair teabowls H1 3/4”; three plates Dia.8” to 9” (8pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1150 RARE CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATE

circa 1770-90, spearhead bands encasing unusual duo-tone floral sprigs and centering floral spray in puce and lavender; Dia.9 1/8”

$200-300 Provenance: New York private collection

1151 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN MUGS

18th/19th century, each with scenic design, H4 1/4” and 5 1/4” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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1152 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN JAR, CONVERTED TO

1156 CHINESE DECORATED PORCELAIN CUPS, TEABOWLS AND SAUCERS

1161 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

1168 INDO KASHAN CARPET

circa 1940, 8’1” x 10’2”

8’1” x 10’

LAMP

Qing dynasty, figural and floral patterns, comprising: 5 teabowls, 3 cups with handles, and 4 saucers.

$1,000-1,500

$400-700

H9 1/2”, and overall 29”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1162 PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET circa 1970, 8’3” x 10’4”

1153 CHINESE CELADON-GLAZE DRAGON

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

1169 INDIAN CARPET 5’10” x 8’10”

VASE

1157 CHINESE DECORATED PORCELAIN

Republic period or later, H12”

TEAPOTS

$200-400

18th/19th century, various floral, figural and architectural designs, H6” to 6 1/2” (6pcs)

1163 MODERN INDIAN CARPET

$200-400

$800-1,200

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

5’11” x 9’2”

1158 BLANC-DE-CHINE ELEPHANT-FORM

1164 PERSIAN HAMADAN CARPET

1171 PERSIAN MAHAL WEAVING

Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1154 CHINESE DECORATED CELEDON BOWLS

probably 18th/19th century, two covered H3” Dia.3 1/2” and H4 1/2” Dia.5”; and pedestal dish H2” Dia.4 1/8” (3pcs)

8’7” x 11’7”

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

1170 CHINESE NEEDLEPOINT CARPET $300-500

GARDEN SEAT

7’8” x 11’

FRAGMENT

20th century, H15” L18” W8 1/2”

$600-900

circa 1920, 6’11” x 9’

$200-400

$200-400

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1155 ASIAN CERAMIC AND PORCELAIN

1159 PAIR ASIAN DECORATED CERAMIC

VESSELS

probably 19th century or earlier, Chinese copper red-decorated bottle-form vase, H17” Southeast Asian diminutive vessels, comprising: decorated celadon jar, H2 3/4”; Meiping vase, H4”; bird-form lidded pot, H3”; melon-form box, H3”; blue-and-white box, H2 1/2”; brown-glazed ewer, H3 1/2” (7pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1165 CHINESE CARPET

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

8’ x 9’9”

1172 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE

BOTTLES

$600-900

URNS

probably 19th century, H6” W4” D2” (2pcs)

Provenance: New York private collection

H18”, on electrified stands of later date (4pcs)

$300-500

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1166 INDIAN KASHAN CARPET 8’2” x 10’1”

1160 PAIR CHINESE IMARI PORCELAIN JARDINIERES

Republic period or later, signed, H12 1/2” Dia.14 1/2” (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

Style + Design Sale

$800-1,200

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1167 INDIAN KASHAN CARPET

Provenance: Ohio private collection

1173 CANDICE OLSON CHANDELIER H36” Dia.36”

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

7’11” x 9’7”

$400-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1174 TONI ELKINS WROUGHT-IRON FLOOR LAMP

1179 CONTINENTAL BRASS AND WROUGHT-IRON FLOOR LAMP

1184 GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP OF PUTTI, ELECTRIFIED

H76”

late 19th/early 20th century, H68”

early 20th century; H30” overall

$300-400

$200-300

$200-300

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1189 PAIR MIRRORED WALL SCONCES late 19th/early 20th century, etched and cut-decorated backplate issuing scrolling candleholder, H23 1/2” W6 1/4” D5” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1180 ENGLISH TWIST-STEM FLOOR LAMP/STAND

1185 CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN OIL

probably Mottahedeh, overall H33 1/2” (2pcs)

early 20th century, overall H55”

late 19th century, electrified, base H18 1/2” and overall H30”

$200-400

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

CONVERTED TO LAMPS

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1176 PAIR SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN URNS, CONVERTED TO LAMPS overall H31” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1177 PAIR FRENCH STYLE FIGURAL TABLE

$200-300

1181 CONTINENTAL BRASS HALL FIXTURE

LAMP BASE

JARDINIERES

Provenance: Virginia private collection

late 19th/early 20th century, H32 1/4” Sq.11” (2pcs)

$400-600 1186 PAIR BRASS CANISTER-FORM LAMPS

$200-300

overall H18” (2pcs)

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1182 COLD-PAINTED BRONZE ELEPHANT-FORM LAMP

1187 PAIR FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE

overall H29”

BRONZE AND MARBLE URNS

LAMPS

$200-300

metal and painted wood with flame finial, overall H40” (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

late 19th/early 20th century, converted to lamps, H17 1/2” and overall H32” (2pcs)

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-500 1183 PAIR GILT-BRONZE TWO-LIGHT WALL SCONCES

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1188 BRASS CANDLEHOLDERS AND

1178 CONTINENTAL ENAMELED GLASS VASE, CONVERTED TO LAMP

with pierced backplate, H11 1/2” W11 1/2” D5” (2pcs)

$200-300

WATER URN

late 19th century, electrified H14 1/2” and overall 32”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

pair three-light candleholders, H16” W15” D10 1/2” two-light candleholder, H10 1/2” W9” urn, H18” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Georgia private collection

BAMBOO AND CERAMIC

$200-300

early 20th century, H21” Dia.12 1/4”

$200-400

1190 PAIR AESTHETIC MOVEMENT

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1191 ENGLISH BAMBOO HALL STAND circa 1900, H78 1/2” W38 1/2” D9 1/4”

Style + Design Sale

1175 PAIR CHINESE EXPORT STYLE URNS,

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1192 AESTHETIC MOVEMENT INLAID SEWING STAND

circa 1870-1890, Japanesque-inspired brass, ivory and mother-of-pearl inlaid top, silk-lined compartment, and bamboo-carved stand; H29 1/2” W21” D13”

$200-300 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1193 EASTLAKE WALNUT LOCKSIDE CHEST OF DRAWERS

late 19th century, H48 1/2” W32 1/2” D20”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

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1194 AMERICAN PINE SIDE TABLES

1199 JOHN STOBART

1204 BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY )

19th century, H29 1/2” W18 1/2” D17 1/2”, and H28 1/2” W19 3/4” D18 1/4” (2pcs)

(British, b. 1929) NATCHEZ, lithograph, framed, signed and numbered: 28/750, image H19” W31”

$200-300

$300-500

LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURE AND DOG oil on board, framed, unsigned H7” W8”

Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1200 BRITISH PORTRAITURE, 19TH CENTURY

19th century, H36 1/2” W37 1/2” D18 1/2”

JOSEPH MIDDLETON and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS MIDDLETON, June 29, 1838 oil on canvas, framed, inscribed on verso H14 1/2” W12” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Estate of a Southern lady

1196 AMERICAN CHERRY DROP-LEAF TABLE 19th century, H27 1/4” W45 1/4” L61” open

$300-500

(British, 1853-1929) LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H16” W22”

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1201 JAMES STEVENSON CRAIG

1197 ENGLISH HUNT/SPORTING PRINT COLLECTION

(British, fl. 1854-1870) FATHER’S JOY oil on canvas, framed, signed H18” W15”

$300-400

19th/20th century, comprising: H. Alken THE FINISH, H21 1/2” W32” P. Mathews THE TRAIL OF BILL BURN, H21 1/2” W24 1/2” JF. Herring FULL CRY, 14” W21 1/4” S. Jones GAMEKEEPERS RETURNING and GAMEKEEPER REFRESHING, H13 3/4” W21 1/2” S. Williams GONE AWAY, H16 1/2” W19 1/2” R. Ackerman THE DANDELION and A JONGUILL, H14” W17 1/2” -, A STEEPLE CHASE (pl 1-4), H7 3/4” W11 3/4” -, RIDER ON HORSEBACK, H15 1/2” W11” (13pcs)

$400-700

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1202 BRITISH HERALDRY ENGRAVINGS, 18TH CENTURY

probably from Edmondson, published circa 1768, WILLIAM PITT-EARL OF CHATHAM and THOMAS HOWARD-EARL OF EFFINGHAM hand-colored, framed, titled in plate sight H17” W9 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1198 BRITISH PORTRAITURE, 20TH CENTURY GENTLEMAN IN RED WAISTCOAT oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30 1/2” W24”

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1205 JOHN EDWARD GOODALL (ATTRIBUTED TO)

1203 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY pair works: ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPES oil on artist board, framed, unsigned H9” W12” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1206 C.B. YATES (British, 19th century) PORTRAIT OF MRS. BASSAUE, oil on canvas, framed, signed, H20” W16”

$200-400

Style + Design Sale

1195 AMERICAN CHERRY DRESSING STAND

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1207 BRITISH PORTRAITURE, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

WOMAN WITH LACE BONNET oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H28” W23 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1208 BRITISH COACHING PRINTS TRIP TO BRIGHTON (plates 1 and 2) color lithographs, framed, titled in plate plate H6” W22 1/2” (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1209 WILLIAM WARD (British, 1766-1826) A VISIT TO THE BOARDING SCHOOL, colored mezzotint, framed, signed & titled, sight H18” W22 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1210 HARRIS, AFTER J.F. HERRING (British, 19th century) STEEPLECHASE CRACKS, (from Foresís National Sports) handcolored etching and aquatint, framed image H20 1/2” W41 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1214 ENGLISH FLOWBLUE AND TRANSFERWARE

1219 ROYAL DUX CERAMIC FIGURES

SERVING PIECES

circa 1890-1915, model no. 2617; marked with raised pink triangles, impressed: ROYAL DUX BOHEMIA, E; H22”

Doulton Madres pattern platter 10 1/2”, plate Dia.8 1/2” and four bowls Dia.7 3/4” Batavia pattern pedestal bowl, Dia.13 1/4” Wedgwood covered dish, H6 1/2” 3 willow platters, L9 1/2”, 11 1/2” and 17 1/2” New Orleans plate, Dia.10” (12pcs)

1211 ANSON MARTIN AND SIR FRANCIS GRANT

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1215 PAIR ROYAL DUX CERAMIC FIGURES

$100-200

$300-500

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

COVERED TUREEN AND PLATTER

H12” L15” and L16 1/2” W12” (2pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1213 SPODE BLUE TOWER PATTERN DINNER SERVICE

1220 ITALIAN FAIENCE ROOSTER (GAMECOCK) H29” W17”

(British, mid 19th century) pair works: THE BEDALE HUNT and THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAGHOUNDS AT ASCOT, color prints, framed size H25 1/2” W35” (2pcs)

1212 HEREND ROTHSCHILD PATTERN PORCELAIN

Provenance: Virginia private collection

circa 1890-1915, model nos. 592 and 593; marked with raised pink triangles, impressed: ROYAL DUX BOHEMIA, E; H17 1/2” and 18” (2pcs)

1216 LLADRO HARLEQUIN WITH LUTE PORCELAIN FIGURE

matte glaze, signed, H14” W12” D9 1/2”

$300-400

$200-300 Provenance: Florida private collection

1221 SEVRES PORCELAIN COVERED BOX circa 1900, hinged lid decorated with romantic scene on vibrant rose-pink ground, underside marked, H4 1/2” L8 1/4” W6”

$200-300 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1222 CHESTNUT BASKET COLLECTION

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

19th century, Chinese export Cantonware on stand H2 1/2” W8”; and near pair English transferware H2 1/8” W8” (4pcs)

1217 SEVRES PICTORIAL-DECORATED PORCELAIN BOX

$200-400

14 plates Dia.10 1/2” 15 plates Dia.8” 9 soup plates Dia.9 1/2” 16 bread plates Dia.6 1/2” 6 cream soups with 4 saucers 9 coffee cups with 13 saucers 3 teacups with 2 saucers 8 mugs teapot covered sugar creamer wastebowl pitcher H8” gravyboat 2 platters L14” 3 square vegetables W8” square plate W11” oblong dish L10 3/4” pair shakers H3” pair butter dishes L7” (118pcs)

19th century comprising: 4 pitchers H7 1/2” 2 Sharpe plates Dia.9 1/2” 2 Newstone plates Dia.10 1/2” 4 Imari pattern plates Dia.10 1/4” and 9 1/2” 2 Ridgway soups Dia.9 1/2” 3 Mason’s soups Dia.10 1/4” Amherst dish W9 1/4” 2 Hicks & Meigh stands Dia.7 1/4” 4 platters L10 1/2” to 15 1/2” (24pcs)

$400-600

$300-500

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

19th century, interior scene on cobalt ground with jewel work, raised gilt accents and gilt-bronze mounts, H3 1/2” W7 1/4” D5”

$300-500 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1218 ENGLISH IRONSTONE TABLE ARTICLES

Style + Design Sale

$300-600

$300-500

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1223 MID-CENTURY MODERN CERAMIC VESSELS signed & dated illegibly: 1985; H20” and the other signed & dated illegibly on base: 1980; H14 1/2” Dia.16” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

1224 LLADRO CLOSING SCENE PORCELAIN FIGURE designed by Salvador Furio, signed, H9” W15” D6”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1225 ENGLISH DECORATED IRONSTONE

1230 WEDGWOOD PORCELAIN DINNER

SERVING PIECES

PLATE SET

1235 PARIS PORCELAIN COVERED TUREEN, DELINIERES & CO

1239 VINTAGE LECOULTRE ATMOS

19th century, floral and scrolling design, comprising: pair compotes H7 1/2” W13 1/2”; platter W12 1/2” L15”; tureen with associated lid H11 1/2” Dia.11 1/2” (4pcs)

pattern W319 with wide blue and gilt border, Dia.10 3/4” (12pcs)

late 19th century, marked, H12” L14” W8 1/2”

serial number 500815; H9 1/2” W8 1/4”

$200-300

$50-100

$300-500

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1231 ART POTTERY VESSEL, KATHY ERTEMAN

1236 PINE LONGCASE, SIGNED EANSON

1240 FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK IN LEATHER CASE, SIGNED

MANTEL CLOCK

$200-300

1226 ENGLISH STONEWARE PLATTER AND TUREEN ON STAND

Minton Delft pattern well-and-tree platter, c.1842-67,H2 1/2” L21” W17”; and Amherst Japan pattern no. 62 stoneware covered tureen on stand, H11 1/2” L15” W12”; marked on underside (3pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1227 PAIR MOTTAHEDEH PORCELAIN CACHEPOTS AND STANDS

(California, b. 1952) UNTITLED, 1995, black and white clay, signed & dated on underside, with associated lucite pedestal, H10 1/2” Dia.13 3/4”

$100-200 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

19th century, molded crown and base, dial signed: Eanson, H73 1/2” W21 1/4” D10”

$500-700 1237 MARCUS & CO BRASS-INLAID MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK

1232 VIENNA DECORATED PORCELAIN CACHEPOT

19th century, botanical specimen design; underglaze-blue beehive mark; H6 1/2” W9 1/2”

$100-200

New York, circa 1892-1962, domed case with finials, Roman numeral dial concealing spring-powered chiming movement, marked: MARCUS & CO, NEW YORK, works marked: 805; H25” W14” D9”

$600-900

Provenance: Tennessee estate

Provenance: Virginia private collection

1233 DERBY BOTANICAL SPECIMEN

1238 FRENCH SLATE AND ROUGE MARBLE

H10” Dia.11” (4pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1228 LLADRO NAPOLEON BONAPARTE PORCELAIN FIGURE

limited edition, no. 5.338, signed, with original box, H14”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1229 ITALIAN FAIENCE PLATTER decorated with shepherds in landscape, L23” W15 1/2”

$200-300

late 19th century, dial signed: R. LAURIN, BALE; H6” W3” D2 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1241 FRENCH PARCEL-GILT BRONZE AND ROUGE MARBLE CLOCK

19th century, laurel-leaf encrusted enameled dial supported by dolphins on pedestal and shell base with hairy-paw feet; unmarked; H8 1/2” W4 1/2” D2 3/4”

Style + Design Sale

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$300-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1242 GERMAN MAHOGANY

CABINET PLATE SET

FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK

19th century, wide turquoise and yellow border centering various gilt flowers; marked: crown over D, and retailed by WH Glenny & Sons & Co; Dia.8 1/2” (6pcs)

late 19th century, seated figure aloft architectural case with metal mounts, enameled dial and Vincenti & Cie striking movement; H23” W12” D7 1/4”

brass dial, arched crown, inlaid door, bracket feet, key wind mechanism; lower part opening to shelves, H61 1/2” W13 1/4” D8”

$100-200

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

GRANDMOTHER CLOCK

1234 ENGLISH IRONSTONE PLATTER 19th century, floral spray, L23” W18”

$100-200 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Florida private collection

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LEATHER CASE

19th century, broken-arch pediment, brass finial and shell inlay, H40” W10 1/4”

two-tone metal faux-wristwatch design with Roman numerals, in traditional gilt-red leather travel case, marked: CARTIER 7508/16160; H3 1/2” W3”

WOMAN WITH BONNET WITH BLUE RIBBON watercolor, framed, unsigned H3 1/4” W2 1/4”

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$200-400

$200-400

Provenance: Texas private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1244 FRENCH CARVED PINE BAROMETER

1249 PORTRAIT MINIATURE ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS ARROWSMITH

CASE

19th century, H38” W12 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1245 BRASS AND WOOD WATER CLOCK, CHAPMAN H35” W10” D4”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1246 VINTAGE P. F. BOLLENBACH BANJO BAROMETER

inlaid mahogany, H40 1/2”

(British, 1771-1839) CHARLES HAYWARD (c.1741-1803) watercolor, framed, unsigned H3 1/4” W2 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1250 SILHOUETTE PORTRAIT MINIATURE COLLECTION

various cut-work and printed profiles in frames, overall H4 1/2” W3 3/4” to H16 1/2” W12 1/2” (17pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$150-250 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1251 BRITISH PORTRAIT MINIATURE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

1247 VINTAGE GIRARD-PERREGAUX GYROMATIC WRISTWATCH

WOMAN IN WHITE, c.1821 watercolor, framed, signed on verso: J.C. Browning, Glastonbury H2 3/4” W2 1/4”

17-jewel Gyromatic movement, marked: 47AE514, gentleman’s size 10K gold-filled case with replaced wristband, L9”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1253 BRITISH PORTRAIT MINIATURE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHILD WITH CORAL NECKLACE watercolor, framed, unsigned H2 1/2” W1 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1254 CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE, 19TH CENTURY HUNTSMAN watercolor, framed, unsigned H2 1/4” W1 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1255 BRITISH PORTRAIT MINIATURE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY PROFILE OF WOMAN IN BONNET watercolor, framed, unsigned H2 1/2” W1 3/4”

1256 UNUSUAL AMERICAN SCHOOL MINIATURE PAINTING

circa 1900, COASTAL SCENE, framed, unsigned, H1 1/2” W13”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1257 MINIATURE PAINTING AFTER VELAZQUEZ 19th century, ROKEBY VENUS, watercolor, framed, signed: Saint, H3” W3 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1258 PORTRAIT MINIATURE AFTER HANS HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER

Style + Design Sale

MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER

1252 BRITISH PORTRAIT MINIATURE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

$200-300

1248 CARTIER TRAVEL CLOCK IN

(German/Swiss, c.1497-1543) SIMON GEORGE OF CORNWALL oil, framed, unsigned H3” W3”

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1259 FRENCH PORTRAIT MINIATURES 19th century, three works depicting ladies in hats, watercolor, framed, two signed, Dia.1 1/8” to 3 1/2” (3pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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1260 MINK DRIVING COAT

1265 JAPANESE WATERCOLOR SCENIC SCROLL

1270 CHINESE WATERCOLOR-PAINTED SCROLL

approx. size small, L26”

PAINTINGS

$300-500

Meiji period, each depicting figures in landscape, signed and framed, overall H42 1/2” W14 1/2” (4pcs)

Republic period or later, running horse, signed on silk damask ground, overall H76” W29”

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1261 VINTAGE FRENCH AND ITALIAN PURSES AND

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Provenance: Florida private collection

1262 VINTAGE SPECIAL SCOTCH WHISKY Justerini & Brooks Ltd. Rare 100% Scotch whiskies blended, 750ml Justerini & Brooks Ltd. Golden Jubilee Special blend, 750ml Justerini & Brooks Ltd. Knockando Extra Old Reserve, 75cl QE2 Single Malt Scotch Whisky, (over 12 years old), 75cl (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1263 PAIR CHINESE SCROLLS DEPICTING GUANYIN Qing dynasty, each with seated deity on lotus blossom, one astride Foo lion, the other of elephant, contained within frames, overall H69” W39” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

1264 TIBETAN PAINTED TANGKA, AND CHINESE BLACK-LACQUERED PANELS

1271 JAPANESE GILT AND PAINTED SHOP SIGNS

1266 PAIR CHINESE SCROLL FRAGMENTS OF MONKS

Meiji period, H58” W9 1/2” D1 1/4” (2pcs)

late 19th/early 20th century, framed size H44” W20” (2pcs)

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Christie’s, New York, Sale 2031 Lot 373 Tennessee private collection

1267 PAIR CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK PANELS Qing dynasty, crimson silk panels finely woven with silk and metallic threads, framed size H89” W28 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300

1272 HIROSHI YOSHIDA (Japanese, 1876-1950) four works: COUNTRY HOLIDAY, TOSHOGU SHRINE, SARUSAWA POND, and PLUM GATEWAY, color woodblocks, unframed, signed & titled sheet H15 1/2” W10 3/4” (4pcs)

$300-600

Style + Design Sale

$200-400

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

$300-500

HANDBAGS

Dofan black bead, W9 1/2” Langlois & Jargeais gold bead, H6 1/2” W8 1/2” Gherardini crocodile, H7” W8 1/2” cream bead belt bag, W7 1/4” petit point, H5” W6 1/4” (5pcs)

$200-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

1268 JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT COLLECTION (MID 20TH CENTURY ) Hiroshige (1797-1858) three LANDSCAPES, H9 3/4” W7” Mamoru Hiyoshi (b. 1885) KOREAN CITY GATE, H10 1/2” W15” Hasui Kawase (1883-1957) KUMAMOTO CASTLE, H15 1/2” W10 1/2” Utamaro (1753-1806) HAIRDRESSER, H15 1/2” W10” unknown (20th century) GEISHA PICNIC, H14 1/2” W9 1/4” (8pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

late 19th/early 20th century, Tibetan painted tangka, framed H36 1/2” W26 1/2”; and pair Chinese black-lacquered pictorial panels, Qing dynasty, each landscape with figures depicted in daily life, framed, overall H24” W19” (3pcs)

Republic period or later, flower arrangement scene, signed on silk damask ground, overall H55” W21”

$300-400

$200-400

Provenance: Georgia private collection

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

1269 CHINESE WATERCOLOR-PAINTED SCROLL

1273 SANZO WADA (Japanese, 1883-1967) five works: ONNA GAMI YUI, CHARCOAL VENDOR, THE KOMUSOU, FLOWER VENDOR, and ORIME color woodblocks, signed sheet H11 3/4” W15 1/2” (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1274 TATSUMI SHIMURA (Japanese, 1907-1980) LATE SUMMER, START OF THE DANCE, and HAIRSTYLE OF A MARRIED WOMAN (from Gendai Bijin Fuzoku Gotai), 1953 color woodblocks, unframed, signed sheet H18” W11 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1275 OHNO BAKUFU

1279 TOMIMARO HIGUCHI

1284 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD AND MARBLE

(Japanese, 1888-1976) six works: IRIS, FLOWERS IN BAMBOO BASKET, RICE PLANTING IN RAIN, RICE WEEDING, RICE HARVEST, and RICE REAPING color woodblocks, unframed, signed sheet H15 1/4” W10 1/2” and H15 3/4” W11 1/4” (6pcs)

(Japanese, c.1898-1981) two works: SHIRAKAWA-ME and OHARA-ME IN SPRING color woodblocks, unframed, signed & titled sheet H16” W10 1/4” (2pcs)

PEDESTAL

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1276 TAKEJI ASANO (Japanese, 1900-1999) DRIZZING RAIN IN UKIMIDO color woodblock, unframed, signed & titled sheet H16” W10 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1277 IWAO HAGINOYA (Japanese, mid 20th century) FLORAL STILL LIFE oil on canvas, framed, signed H17 1/2” W20 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1280 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD AND MARBLE-INSET CHAIRS Qing dynasty, comprising: marble-inset, bird and fruit splat, BH39 1/2” SH20” W24” D18” brass and marble-inset pierce-carved splat, BH39” SH21” W24” D17” figural carved splat, BH34 1/2” SH20” W19 1/2” D16”; marble-inset splat, BH36 1/2” SH21” W21” D16 1/2” (4pcs)

$500-800

1285 PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER circa 1940, 2’10” x 13’2”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1286 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SERAPI CARPET circa 1900, 5’5” x 12’5”

$500-700 1287 TURKISH KILIM CARPET circa 1940, 4’6” x 13’6”

Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

$400-600

1281 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE

1288 KASHAN RUNNER

late 19th/early 20th century, oblong top over pierced skirt and square legs, H38 1/2” W76 1/2” D23 1/2”

$500-700

2’8” x 16’5”

$300-600

Provenance: Georgia private collection

1282 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD PEDESTALS

(first half 20th century) MEAT DUMPLINGS, PORK SAUSAGES, CROCKERY MENDER, COAL BALLS, MEDICINAL PLASTER, KNIFE GRINDER, A CARRIER, THE BARBER, CARPENTER, TURNIPS, FANS, and SMOKED FISH unframed, sheet H13 1/2” W10 1/4” (10pcs)

Qing or Republic period, one with marble top, H23 3/4” D13”; and other H18” Dia.10 1/2” (2pcs)

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$200-300

1278 CHINESE WATERCOLOR OF STREET VENDORS

$200-400

$100-200

Style + Design Sale

$300-400

Qing dynasty or Republic period, H19” Dia.15”

$300-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1289 PERSIAN HERIZ RUNNER circa 1950, 2’6” x 14’

$200-400 1290 TURKISH OUSHAK RUNNER circa 1940, 3’ x 10’3”

1283 PAIR CHINESE COPPER-BOUND PAINTED WOOD GARDEN SEATS

first half 20th century, H17” Dia.14” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$200-400 1291 INDO HERIZ RUNNER 2’4” x 8’3”

$100-200

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1292 INDIAN KASHAN CARPET

1297 ASIAN BRONZE AND PORCELAIN

1301 JAPANESE BRONZE USUBATA

1306 ASIAN JUNK-FORM PAIL probably Japanese, early 20th century, L24”

DECORATIVE OBJECTS

IKEBANA VASE

$700-900

19th/20th century, comprising: pair Japanese mixed metal cachepots on wood bases; overall H10” Dia.10 1/2” Asian bronze Foo lion H7 1/2”; cart-form censer H5 1/4” L6 1/2”; pair letter holders, H8 1/2” W3 1/4” Chinese famille verte porcelain penjing, H2 1/2” L7” D5” (7pcs)

Meiji period, for formal flower display, three-part design, wide basin, atop urn form with mountainous landscape, with handles and tri-footed base; H10 1/2” Dia.11 1/2”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1293 ASIAN DEITY FIGURES 19th/early 20th century, Chinese gilt and lacquered Lohan on horseback H22 1/2” W18” D5”; Tibetan gilt-bronze seated Buddha H15 1/2” W10” D8” Tibetan gilt-bronze Bodhisattva of Mercy, Padmapani H15 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1294 CHINESE CARVED JADE GUARDIAN LION

Qing dynasty, on carved wood stand, H3” L3 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

1298 CHINESE CLOISONNE VASES ON STANDS

Qing dynasty, pair baluster-form H7 1/2”, and cylinder-form H4 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$200-400 Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1302 CHINESE BRONZE VASE Qing dynasty, square paneled design with bamboo motifs, H6 1/2” W5”

1295 CHINESE BRONZE GUANYIN Qing dynasty, ornate headdress inset with jade cabochon, H14” W8” D5 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Elinor Goodman Glassman

1296 CHINESE STONEWARE

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1300 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE VASES early 20th century, H7” (2pcs)

$200-400

Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1303 PAIR CHINESE CLOISONNE VASES ON STANDS

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1304 CHINESE CLOISONNE VASE AND CHARGER

early 20th century, signed figural decorated vase, H9 1/2”; and iris design charger Dia.12” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1305 CHINESE WOOD MILL WHEEL Dia.22”

probably Republic period, H30”

$200-400

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

Meiji period, H26 1/2” W16 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Christie’s New York, September 8, 2004, Lot 634 Tennessee private collection

1308 PAIR ASIAN MARIONETTE PUPPETS 20th century, H15” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

early 20th century, H6 1/2” (2pcs)

FERMENTATION JAR

$300-500

1307 JAPANESE CARVED POLYCHROME

$200-400

Qing dynasty, L12” and 10” (2pcs)

$200-300

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

WOOD SHOP SIGN

$200-400 1299 FINE CHINESE NEEDLEWORK CASES

$200-400

Style + Design Sale

10’1” x 14’1”

1309 JAPANESE GILT-LACQUER HOKAI (COVERED FOOD CONTAINER) Meiji period, five round trays held in carrying stand, H23” W21 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Tennessee private collection

1310 CHINESE CARVED JADE AND STONE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

early 20th century, H11 1/2” W9 1/2” D5 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

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1311 JAPANESE SAMURAI ARMOR (DOU OR DO) mid 19th century, iron, lacquer and textile construction with Daki Gashiwa mon, comprising: spaulder, vambrace, cuirass and padding, cuisse, gauntlets and fauld, overall H40”

1320 CHENEY

1324 GUSTAV LIKAN

(Canadian, b.1942) DESERT SERIES #16, 1983, acrylic on canvas, framed, signed and titled verso, H49” W83”

(American, 20th century) PAIR MALE NUDES mixed media on paper, framed, signed sight H23 1/2” W16 1/2” (2pcs)

(Yugoslavian/American, 1912-1998) FIESTA, 1965 watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H10 1/2” W13 1/2”

$400-600

$300-500

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Georgia private collection

1321 GEORGE ALEXANDER CERAMIC

1325 CARL RAYMOND BLAIR

MIRROR

(South Carolina, b. 1932) NIGHTLIFE, 2004 gouache on board, framed, signed & titled lower right and verso H9 1/2” W10 1/2”

$500-900 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a Virginia institution to benefit the collections and conservation funds.

1312 CHINESE CLOISONNE VASE early 20th century, H18” W14”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1313 CHINESE POLYCHROME WOOD GUANYIN

Other Notes: Verso bearing old label, Gallery 1, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; inventory/stock #2997.

1317 LETITIA FRANCES LOWE (TISHA LOWE)

shaped pediment, raised floral and fruit decorations on white ground, H33 1/2” W22”

(South Carolina, 20th/21th century) DAVID and DANIELE III charcoal on paper, framed, signed & dated: 2004 and 2005 sight H26” W16 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500

$500-800

1322 LETITIA FRANCES LOWE (TISHA LOWE)

Provenance: I. Pinckney Simons Gallery North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Elinor Goodman Glassman

1314 SOUTHEAST ASIAN PAINTED ALABASTER RECLINING BUDDHA early 20th century, H8” L19”

$150-250 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1315 CHINESE LACQUERED HEADREST OR PILLOW

Republic period, decorated with figures and birds; H4” W10 1/4” D7”

$50-100 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1326 LAURA MILES SPONG

$300-500

(South Carolina, b. 1926) THE SEA GIVES, THE SEA TAKES AWAY, 2007 oil on canvas, signed & titled lower right and verso H24” W24”

Provenance: I. Pinckney Simons Gallery North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1323 NICHOLAS DAUNT

1327 DAVID H. YAGHJIAN

1319 DON MCMICHAEL

(Australian/British, b. 1937) ABSTRACTS acrylic on paper, framed, signed lower right and lower middle sheet H22 1/2” W30” and H30” W22 1/2” (3pcs)

early 20th century, H37”

$150-250

Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection

1318 DON MCMICHAEL (Oregon, b. 1938) RIBAUT ISLAND VISITORS oil on canvas, framed, signed, dated & titled H24” W30”

(South Carolina, 20th/21st century) PAMELA charcoal on paper, framed, signed & dated: 2005 sight H26” W16 1/2”

$400-700

(Oregon, b. 1938) ISLAND ENCOUNTER oil on canvas, framed, signed, dated & titled H26” W30”

$400-700

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Style + Design Sale

1316 KEN CHRISTOPHER

$300-500

(South Carolina, b. 1948) two works: SCENE V and SCENE XXV-MOVING THE TREE oil on canvas panel and the other oil on Masonite, framed, signed, titled & dated lower right and verso H16” W12” and H10” W8” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1328 GUSTAV LIKAN

1332 EDWARD WEISS

1336 STEPHEN CHESLEY

1340 JESSE BARDIN

(Yugoslavian/American, 1912-1998) MUSICIANS, 1964 watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H12 1/2” W15 1/2”

(Illinois, 1901-1984) RED MOUNTAIN oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H38” W52”

$300-500

$300-500

(South Carolina, 1923-1997) ABSTRACT mixed media on paper, framed, signed lower right sight H8 1/2” W11”

Provenance: Georgia private collection

Provenance: Kasha Heman Gallery, Chicago Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

(South Carolina, b. 1952) two works: HOUSE LIGHTPOLE, and CAR charcoal, framed, signed lower right, tilted and dedicated on verso sight H6 1/2” W9 1/2” and H7 1/2” W7 3/4” (2pcs)

(Yugoslavian/American, 1912-1998) MOTHER AND INFANT, 1962 pastel, framed, signed & dated sight H12 1/2” W14 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Georgia private collection

1330 ROBERT DONALD RAY (New Mexico, 1924-2002) TAOS SUNSET II oil on Masonite, framed, signed & dated, 1955 H24” W44”

$300-500 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

1331 GIFFORD C. LOOMER (Illinois/Wisconsin, b. 1916) VIEW FROM A BEDROOM oil on canvas, framed, signed H50” W26”

$300-500 Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund

1333 ART DECO SCULPTURE, MENNEVILLE (French, active c. 1930) FEMME AUX DEUX LEVRIERS patinated metal, faux ivory, slate and onyx, signed on base H17” L33” D7”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1334 PAUL ALLEN REED

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1337 LUCILE C. TYCHSEN (South Carolina, mid 20th century) VENICE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H12 1/4” W16”

$200-400 Other Notes: Bearing old labels on verso.

1338 LERUE STORM (Florida, 1908-2006) TANGLEWOOD polymer tempera on Masonite, framed, signed & titled lower left and verso H28” W24”

$200-400

$200-300

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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

(South Carolina, 20th/21st century) THE MEANINGS, 2010 acrylic on canvas, framed, signed & titled lower right and verso H36” W48”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1341 CONTEMPORARY PAINTING, SIGNED JCM, III LATE SUMMER-FALL PALETTE, mixed media (oil, wax, fire and water), framed size H74” W48 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Illinois private collection

(Washington, DC/Virginia, 19192015) 9 272 (abstract) oil pastel and marker on paper, framed, signed & titled in pencil sheet H6” W7 3/4”

1335 DONALD J (DON) ZURLO

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1339 MID-CENTURY MODERN SCULPTURE, SIGNED G. COPELAND (American, 20th century) UNTITLED paper and wood, framed, signed H21 1/2” W24 1/2”

1342 J.W. JONES

Style + Design Sale

1329 GUSTAV LIKAN

$200-400

$200-300

(American, 20th century) ANITA H, and other lithograph, framed, signed & numbered in pencil: 21/25 and AP framed size H30 1/2” W23” and H33 1/4” W25 3/4” (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1343 KATE REIGHTLEY (Washington/New Mexico, 20th century) VIEW FROM BELOW #1, mixed media on paper, sheet H44” W95”

$100-200 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1344 JEFF DONOVAN

1348 JEFF DONOVAN

1353 ENGLISH BRASS FIRE FENDER AND

1358 FRENCH BRASS CANDLESTICK PAIRS

(Maryland/South Carolina, b. 1957) GRANDA IN THE WOODS charcoal and pastel on canvas, signed & titled on verso H9” W9”

(Maryland/South Carolina, b. 1957) BALLOONHEAD, 2011 charcoal on canvas, signed & titled on verso, H10” W9”

ANDIRONS

19th century, 1/2” and 11” (4pcs)

19th century fender, H9” W48 3/4” D14”; 20th century andirons, H20” W12” (3pcs)

$300-400

$100-200

$100-200

$300-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1345 JEFF DONOVAN (Maryland/South Carolina, b. 1957) SHOWER HEAD, 2010 acrylic, gouche, charcoal and pastel on canvas, signed & titled on verso H10” W7 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1346 GREGORIO PRESTOPINO (New York, 1907-1984) THE TROLLEY, lithograph, framed, signed lower right sight H21” W29”

$100-200 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

1347 MIKE WILLIAMS (South Carolina, b. 1963) PASSERBY, 2012 acrylic and ink on panel, framed, signed & titled on verso H7” W10”

1349 DOROTHY RUDDICK

1354 PAIR AMERICAN BRASS ANDIRONS

(Illinois, 1925-2010) UNTITLED, silk, cotton and linen embroidered textile panel on stretcher, lucite case, unsigned, overall H14 1/4” W14 1/4”

early 19th century, H16 3/4” W8 1/2” D7 1/2” (2pcs)

$50-100 Provenance: Graham Gallery, New York Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

1350 ENGLISH UPHOLSTERED BRASS CLUB FENDER

late 19th century, molded bases raised seat, oval beads and urn design, H14 1/2” W53” D15”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1355 ENGLISH BRASS FIREPLACE IMPLEMENTS

19th/20th century, footman H12” W17” D17”; two kettles (one iron) H10 1/2” and 11”; pair trivets H10 1/2” Dia.8 1/2” (6pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1351 ENGLISH BRASS FIRE FENDER AND

1356 QUEEN ANNE STYLE BRASS

TOOLS

ANDIRON SETS

19th century, pierced fender H8 3/4” W47 1/2” D12”, and associated tools (7pcs)

H23 1/2” W12 1/4” D9”, and H21 1/2” W13 1/4” D10” (4pcs)

$400-700

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$100-200 1352 EGYPTIAN STYLE PAINTED TERRACOTTA SPHINX

late 19th/early 20th century, centaur form, on plinth; H25” W12” L24”

$400-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

19th/20th century, nine pairs and seven singles, in various patterns, H6” to 11” (25pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$300-500

$400-600

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1359 ENGLISH BRASS CANDLESTICKS

1360 PRE-COLUMBIAN STYLE POTTERY probably 20th century, vases, vessels and figures; H2 1/2” to 8 1/2” (13pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

Style + Design Sale

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Georgia estate

1361 ENTERPRISE MFG CO COFFEE MILL

Philadelphia, early 20th century, with red text and ochre ground; H26” W21 1/2” D19 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Southern private collection

$300-500

1357 ENGLISH BRASS FIREPLACE REST SETS

19th/20th century, pair swirl design H8 1/2”; pair balustrade H8”; pair footed baluster H9”; two pairs with orb designs H5 1/4” and 6” (10pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1361

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1366

1371

1375

144

1363

1364

1365

1367

1368

1370

1373

1374

1377

1378

1372

1376


1362 COPPER CANDY CAULDRON

1367 APOTHECARY JARS AND MORTAR

1372 THEODORE ALEXANDER

1377 UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY

TOGETHER WITH BRASS POT

WITH PESTLE

MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE

OTTOMAN

late 19th century; cauldron H16 1/2” Dia.26 3/4”, pot H9 1/2” Dia.16 1/4”

late 19th century, labeled glass jars H8” to 12 1/2”; associated mortar and pestle H9” (10pcs)

eglomise-decorated, H30 5/8” Dia.38 1/4”

H16” Dia.48”

$600-900

$200-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

CANDLESTICKS

19th/20th century, eleven pairs in various patterns, H3” to 6 1/4” (22pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1364 SOUTHERN FOLK ART WAX FIGURES, FRANCISCO VARGAS FAMILY New Orleans, early 20th century, African-American woman carrying chicken and another with infant and basket of vegetables, H6 3/4” (2pcs)

1368 VIOLIN AND BOWS IN FITTED CASE 20th century, violin L23 1/2”; two bows L29” and 29 1/2”; in hardcase (4pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

1369 LEATHER AND BRASS BRIDLE HEADSTALL/TACK ORNAMENTS 9 straps: 6 1/2” to 37 1/2”; rosette, H4 1/2”; and door knocker H4 1/2” (11pcs)

$200-400

$200-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

1365 CIVIL WAR ERA AMBROTYPE OF SOLDIER IN UNIFORM

1370 FRENCH BRONZE-DORE MOUNTS, ALPHONSE GIROUX

1373 ADAM STYLE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SERVER, BERKEY & GAY circa 1876-1923, brass gallery, three drawers, carved molded tapered legs; H37” L90” D24 1/2”

1378 GREENBAUM INTERIORS UPHOLSTERED FRUITWOOD LATTICE-BACK CHAIRS

BH37” SH20” W22” D20” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina collection

$500-800 Provenance: Virginia private collection

1374 KARGES CHINOISERIE-DECORATED BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

1379 ELIZABETHAN STYLE LIBRARY TABLE circa 1930s, H30 1/2” W60” D22”

$200-300 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s collection

stepped-back side cabinets with adjustable shelves and bowed glass doors, lower case with writing drawer over four doors, on molded base; H80” W72 3/4” D18 3/4”

1380 ASIAN-INSPIRED BED BY BAKER

$800-1,200

$150-300

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

Provenance: Estate of J.B. and Dorothy Fuqua

H49” W64” L80”

mid 19th century, standing young soldier with rifle wearing uniform and tall hat with gilded SC and US buckle in part case, H3 3/4” W3 1/4”

Paris, mid 19th century, cover and pedestal, signed: ALPH. GIROUX A PARIS; H10 1/2” Dia.7 1/2” (2pcs)

1375 BAKER UPHOLSTERED SOFA

1381 TURKISH BRASS TRAY ON STAND

BH34” SH18” W90” D35”

H20 1/2” W47 1/2” Dia.47”

$150-250

$300-500

$150-250

$200-400

Provenance: Estate of Elinor Goodman Glassman

Provenance: South Carolina collection

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

1371 ENGLISH BRASS FOOTMAN

1376 INLAID CONSOLE TABLE, HICKORY CHAIR FURNITURE CO

Provenance: Virginia private collection

1366 VINTAGE “JOLLY NIGGER” CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK early 20th century, titled verso, with original paint; H7” W5 1/2” D5 1/2”

$200-300

19th century, H12 1/4” W16” D15”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Style + Design Sale

1363 ENGLISH DIMINUTIVE BRASS

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$200-300

H29 1/2” W56” D18”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

Provenance: New York private collection

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1383

1387

1382 EAMES STYLE LEATHER LOUNGE

1388

1385

1386

1389

1390

1384 ENGLISH CARVED GILTWOOD AND

1387 LOUIS XVI STYLE PAINTED

CHAIR AND OTTOMAN

GESSO FRAME WITH MIRROR PANEL

WINGBACK ARMCHAIR

UPHOLSTERED FRUITWOOD CHAIRS

by Charlton Co, N.C.; armchair BH35” SH17” W32 1/2” D30”; ottoman H17” W25 1/2” D22 1/2” (2pcs)

late 19th century, H71” W55”

BH42 1/4” SH20” W27” D28”

$150-250

$200-400

19th century, BH36” SH16” W20” D17” (2pcs)

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

1385 FRENCH MARBLETOP GILTWOOD

1388 LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED WALNUT

COFFEE TABLE

BERGERE

1390 LOUIS XV STYLE CANED AND

H23” W32” D25 1/2”

early 20th century, BH35 1/2” SH19” W29 1/2” D29”

BH37” SH18” W25 1/2” D21”

$100-200

$200-300

Provenance: Estate of Jane Seddon Willson

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina collection

1383 LOUIS XVI STYLE PARCEL-GILT PAINTED OVERMANTEL MIRROR

early 19th century, arching cornice, frieze and foliate-column frame centering mirror; H84” W53 1/2”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Washington, DC collection

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

1386 NAPOLEON III STYLE TOLE-PAINTED SIDE TABLE with mirror top, H29” Dia.18 7/8”

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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1389 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

CARVED FRUITWOOD ARMCHAIR

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2000 FRANK SMITH STERLING GOBLETS pattern 189, engraved M, H7 1/2”, and 40.0ozT (8pcs)

$500-800

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Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2001 GEORGE III STERLING TEAPOT, PETER, ANNE & WILLIAM BATEMAN London, dated 1800, engraved with crest; H6 1/2”, and 16.5ozT all in

$400-600 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2002 AMERICAN STERLING TABLE ARTICLES 3 weighted candleholders, H2 1/2” and 3”; pair and single weighted compotes, H6”; 5 dishes, H2 1/2” Dia.4 1/4” to H2 1/2” Dia.6 1/2”; coaster set in caddy, H3” Dia.2 1/8” ;jigger, H1 1/2” nut dish L3”; olive spoon, L6”; lemon fork, L6”; tray, Dia.10”; Total 31.0ozT weighable (17pcs)

2005 INTERNATIONAL PRELUDE PATTERN STERLING PITCHER, AND JULEP CUPS circa 1939, marked, H9”; pair and two beakers, each marked, H3 1/2” to 4 1/2”, total 38.0ozT (5pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

2006 GORHAM PURITAN PATTERN STERLING GOBLET SET

circa 1930, engraved with initial W, marked, H6 1/2”, and 35.5ozT (6pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

2007 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TRAY AND ENTREE DISH

footed tray L29” W18”; and entree H3” L12” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2008 GORHAM CHANTILLY STERLING FLATWARE

2003 TIFFANY & CO ENGLISH KING PATTERN STERLING SERVING SPOON

circa 1885, marked, L8 1/2”, and 3.4ozT

$200-300

comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9”; 8 forks, L7”; 8 forks, L6 1/2” 8 teaspoons, L5 3/4”; each marked, unengraved, and total 28.5ozT weighable (32pcs)

$400-700

Provenance: Rev. English Hopkins Weston Estate

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2004 GEORGE III STERLING CRUET SET

2009 CONTINENTAL SILVER AND PLATED

London, dated 1816, scroll-and-shell handle on rectangular body fitted with condiment jars; H10” W10” D6”, and 22.0ozT weighable

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina collection

TABLEWARES

silver stand, marked: crown over 13; H3” L8 1/4” D5”; pair Christofle asparagus tongs, L4 1/2”; pair unmarked asparagus tongs, L5” plated pierced stand, H5 1/2” W8” D8” (6pcs)

$100-200

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2010 GEORG JENSEN ACORN PATTERN STERLING SERVING PIECES

Denmark, 1915, consisting of: serving spoons, L9 1/2”; 2-pc salad serving set, L9 1/4”; HH herring server, L6 1/4”; HH serrated knife, L11”; HH baby knife, L4 1/2”; horn cheese spreader, L5 1/2”; 2 bottle openers, L3 1/4” and 4 1/2”Total 9.9ozT weighable (9pcs)

$500-700

2015 ENGLISH HOT WATER URN AND INDIAN BEVERAGE SET Georgian style Sheffield plate urn, H16 1/2” W10 1/4”; Indian silverplate pitcher H11”, and four matching goblets, H5 3/4” (6pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2016 WHITING STERLING FORKS AND

2011 PAIR AMERICAN STERLING CANDLESTICKS, SUPREME SILVER CO

circa 1877, Grecian pattern, 4 forks L7” and 2 spoons L4”, retailed by Jos. Bock; total 8.6ozT (6pcs)

New York, c. 1930, Greek-Key pattern, stamped: S over STERLING, 495; H12” and 29.0ozT (2pcs)

$100-200

SPOONS

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Florida private collection

2012 VICTORIAN STERLING INKSTAND, EDWARD AND JOHN BARNARD London, dated 1864, etched designs on footed stand; complete hallmarks; H5 1/2” L10 1/2” D6 3/4”, and 14.5ozT

$200-400 Provenance: Florida private collection

2013 STERLING AND PLATE BUD VASES AND TABLEWARES

(8pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2014 PAIR WHITING STERLING COFFEEPOTS

New York, dated 1907, H9”, and 24.5ozT (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2017 GEORGE III STERLING SILVER

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Provenance: Florida private collection

PUDDING TROWEL AND TONGS

Robert Hennell I pudding trowel, London 1785, L7 3/4”; and Peter, Anne & William Bateman sugar tongs, London 1801, L5 1/2”; and Total 2.4ozT all in (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2018 AMERICAN STERLING JULEP CUP SET International pattern 101-25-1, engraved with initial H, H4” and total 16.0ozT (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2019 UNUSUAL JAPANESE SILVER SOUVENIR SPOON

Meiji period, Geisha with parasol, marked, H6 1/4” and 1.5ozT

$100-200

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2020 AMERICAN STERLING SERVING PIECES AND HORS D’OEUVRE PICKS

2025 TOWLE STERLING SERVING FORKS

Total 17.0ozT weighable (32pcs)

circa 1978, Celtic Weave pattern, L9”, and 8.9ozT (3pcs)

$400-600

$150-250

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Provenance: Florida private collection

2021 PAIR BLUE CUT-TO-CLEAR

2026 GERMAN SILVER PILL BOX

CHAMPAGNE BUCKETS

floral and grapevine mounts; H13 1/2” W12” D8 1/2” (2pcs)

circa 1900, round repousse-chased hinged box, marked, H1/2” Dia.1 1/4”, and 0.8ozT

$300-500

$50-100

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2022 WHITING STERLING CANDLESTICKS first quarter 20th century; pair acanthus and bellflower design #3915, H6 1/2”; and pair Georgian style #5792, H6 3/4”; Total 43.0oz troy all in (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina estate

2023 AMERICAN STERLING BEVERAGE PITCHER BY DUNKIRK Connecticut, circa 1950-75, Celestis pattern, engraved with initial H, and marked on base: HAND CHASED, DUNKIRK #205; H9 3/4”, and 20.5ozT

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina collection

2027 VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUP, BY E.E.J & W. BARNARD London dated 1843, ornately decorated and engraved with initials JMW; complete hallmarks and maker Edward, Edward Jnr., John and W. Barnard, H3” and 3.4ozT

$100-150 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2028 DOMINICK & HAFF STERLING BERRY/CASSEROLE SERVING SPOON circa 1894, Renaissance pattern , L9”, and 4.0ozT

$150-250 2024 GORHAM STERLING COFFEEPOT dated 1890, fine floral-chased and lotus leaf design on elongated flared body; marked: Gorham Lion Anchor and G, #3437, sterling, and date mark: 5.; H11 1/2”, and 22.5ozT

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

150

2029 WHITING STERLING SERVING DISH early 20th century, pattern 661, H1” L8 3/4” W6 1/8”, and 9.0ozT

$150-250


2030 WHITING STERLING BOWL dated 1919, pattern 7273, H2 1/4” Dia.4 3/4”, and 5.8ozT

$100-200

2031 WOOD & HUGHES COIN SILVER LADLE

retailed by F.A. Brahe & Co, L12” and 6.1ozT

SILVERPLATE CHALICE AND BOOK

late 19th century, grapevine design chalice, marked; H8 1/2”; together with Ouaknin, Marc-Alain. SYMBOLS OF JUDAISM (folio with slipcase. New York: Assouline, 2005. 13x16 3/4”. (2pcs)

$150-250 Provenance: Geo. C. Birlant & Co, South Carolina Simon Benson Offit collection

2036 REED & BARTON QUEEN ELIZABETH PATTERN STERLING GOBLETS

2032 GEORGE III STERLING CREAMER London, dated 1807, H4” and 2.6ozT

$50-100

unengraved, marked, H6 1/2”, total 34.0ozT (6pcs)

$400-700 Provenance: Southern private collection

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$80-125

2035 JUDAICA: ELKINGTON & CO

2037 GORHAM HAND-HAMMERED STERLING GOBLET SET

2033 WHITING STERLING TRAY dated 1909, W8 1/2” and 9.7ozT

$100-200

marked, H6” and total 25.0ozT (6pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Southern private collection

2038 VINTAGE AMERICAN STERLING COMPACT

2034 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE COVERED ENTREE DISHES

Georg Jensen inspired design, H2 1/2” L13” and Georgian design H3 1/2” L11 1/2” (2pcs)

$100-200 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

first half 20th century, H1/2” W2 1/2” D2 1/2” and 2.6ozT all in

$100-200 Provenance: Southern private collection

2039 AMERICAN STERLING HOLLOWWARE Total 11.5ozT weighable (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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2040 AMERICAN COIN SILVER CARD CASE, ALBERT COLES

S ATURDAY 19 N OVEMBER

New York, circa 1865, highly decorated hinged case, central cartouche engraved R, marked: AC & CO. with manufacturer’s mark. L4 1/4” W2 1/2”, and 2.3ozT

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2041 TIFT & WHITING COIN SILVER FLAT

2045 AMERICAN STERLING SUGAR SIFTERS Theodore Starr sifter L6 3/4”; another by unknown maker, L6 1/4”; total 2.9ozT (2pcs)

$50-100 2046 CONTINENTAL SILVER SUGAR SHAKER

probably Eastern European, rubbed marks, H7” and 4.5ozT

$50-100

SERVER

Massachusetts, c.1840-53, ornate pattern, L9 1/4”, and 2.4ozT

$50-100

2047 MERIDEN SILVERPLATE TILTING ICE WATER PITCHER

circa 1870, aesthetic Japanesque design; marked: MERIDEN SILVERPLATE, 0412; H21” W12 1/2” D12”

$200-300 2042 CONTINENTAL SILVER PUNCH LADLE 19th century, various marks including French import punch, L13 1/2”, and 7.2ozT

$100-200

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2048 CONTINENTAL SILVER BOXES AND PEPPER MILLS

2043 WHITING STERLING INDIVIDUAL SERVING DISHES

early 20th century, pattern 4960, H1 1/4” L7 1/2” W5 1/2”, and total 9.8ozT (3pcs)

$150-250

2044 ALVIN STERLING BUTTER PAT SET pattern 692, Dia.3”, total 5.5ozT (12pcs)

$100-200

Italian Missiaglia 800 silver artichoke pepper grinder, H7”; pair Tres Spade fish-form pepper grinders, L9” Mideastern design box unmarked H2 1/2” L4”; Continental dish with indistinct marks H1” W5 1/2” pail with indistinct marks H3 1/2” (3pcs) (6pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

2049 GORHAM STERLING BEVERAGE PITCHER AND SERVING TRAY

both engraved with elaborate initials, marked, H9” and Dia.13”, and total 40.0ozT (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Southern private collection

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2050 AMERICAN STERLING SPOONS

2055 ANTIQUE CIGARETTE CASES

various makers and patterns, Total 17.0ozT (30pcs)

Edwardian sterling, dated 1918, H3 1/2” W2 3/4”; probably American appears to be solid silver, unmarked, H3” W4”, and Total 7.0ozT (2pcs)

$250-350

$100-200 Provenance: Southern private collection

2051 AMERICAN STERLING DEMITASSE AND STRAWBERRY FORKS

circa 1900 and later, Total 9.5ozT (31pcs)

SET

Birmingham, dated 1916, each engraved with numbers, original case, Total 12.5ozT (6pcs)

$200-400 2052 ENGLISH STERLING LADLE AND RICE SPOON

Victorian ladle, dated 1873, L13”; and George III rice spoon, dated 1808, L12”; and Total 12.5ozT (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2053 AMERICAN STERLING TABLE ARTICLES Total 13.0ozT weighable (8pcs)

$250-350 Provenance: Southern private collection

Provenance: Southern private collection

2057 AMERICAN STERLING CANDLESTICKS pair Whiting, H9”; and pair Empire, H10” with weighted bases (4pcs)

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$150-250

2056 EDWARDIAN STERLING NAPKIN RING

$150-250

2058 REED & BARTON STERLING CENTERPIECE

marked: STERLING 402A, H2” Dia.12”, and 19.3ozT

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2054 VICTORIAN STERLING AND CUT-CRYSTAL PERFUME FLASK London, dated 1876, complete marks with maker: FP, L10 1/2”

$200-300

2059 AMERICAN STERLING BREAD PLATES 6 M. Fred Hirsch, c. 1920-45, Dia.6”, Total 12.0ozT (6pcs)

$150-250

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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2060 TOWLE KING RICHARD KNIVES AND MASTER BUTTER

2065 AMERICAN STERLING BREAD PLATES, INTERNATIONAL

circa 1932, 13 HH knives, L8 3/4”, and HH butter, L6 1/2” (13pcs)

unengraved, pattern H413-9, marked, Dia.6”, and 16.5ozT (6pcs)

$200-400

$250-350

Provenance: Private collection

Provenance: Private collection

2061 AMERICAN STERLING NAPKIN RINGS, DISHES, AND BUTTER PAT SET Total 10.0ozT (14pcs)

$200-300

2066 AMERICAN STERLING KNIVES AND SERVING PIECES

14 HH knives, L9” 1 HH pasty server, L10 1/4” 1 HH carving knife, L10” (16pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Private collection

2062 AMERICAN COIN SILVER AND STERLING SPOONS AND FORKS

19th/20th century, various makers and classic patterns, 10 coin silver L4” to 8 1/2”, 11.0ozT 18 sterling L5 1/4” to 8 1/2”, 6.7ozT (28pcs)

2067 AMERICAN STERLING GOBLETS Gorham 272, and 3 Elgin American Mfg, H6 1/2”; Total 18.5ozT (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$250-300 2068 ENGLISH STERLING SPOONS AND SALT

2063 ALVIN STERLING FLATWARE circa 1900, Majestic pattern, Total 15.5ozT (13pcs)

$250-300

five Victorian spoons, L7”; 6 teaspoons, L5 1/2”; 2 Georgian salts, L4”; demitasse, L3 2/3”; Total 11.5ozT (14pcs)

$150-250 2069 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE MEAT DOME

2064 STERLING OBJECTS OF VIRTU Whiting Lily of the Valley letter opener, L9”; Whiting shoehorn, L8 1/2” Edwardian inkpot, dated 1910, H2” desk clock, H3 1/2” W2 3/4” together with plated flask, H5”, and trinket box, W3 3/4” (6pcs)

$200-400

154

AND WARMING PLATTER

late half 19th century, John Round & Son meat cover (c.1863-97), H12” L18” W15 1/2”; and Hawsworth, Eyre & Co (c.1821-71) well-and-tree warming platter, H4” L25 1/2” W18” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Virginia private collection


2070 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE FOOTED TRAY

2075 GERMAN SILVER SERVING TRAY

late 19th century, H2 1/2” L34” W21 1/2”

marked with crescent moon & crown, and 830 standard, Dia.13 1/2” and 24.5ozT

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400

2071 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE GALLERIED H3 1/2” L24 1/2” D16 1/2”

circa 1900, H20” W14”

$200-400

$700-1,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Virginia private collection

2072 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TUREEN,

2077 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE COVERED

BUTTER AND BISCUIT BOX

ENTREE DISHES AND PLATTER

revolving breakfast H8” L13” D9” revolving butter dish H5 1/2” W7” D6” biscuit box H7 1/2” W9” D6 1/2” (3pcs)

warming dish H9 1/2” W13” D9”; pair entree dishes H6 1/2” L11” W8 1/2”; pair meat platters, L14 3/4” W9” (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$200-400

2073 GORHAM STERLING CHRISTMAS

2078 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE WINE COOLER

ORNAMENTS

AND CHAFING DISH

issued 1970 and 1971, H3 3/4”, total 1.3ozT (2pcs)

cooler H10 1/2” W10”, and dish H12” W16 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300

$200-400

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SERVING TRAY

2076 EDWARDIAN SILVERPLATE CENTERPIECE, WALKER & HALL

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2074 REED & BARTON STERLING CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS issued 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 2007, H3” to 3 3/4”, total 2.9ozT (6pcs)

$100-200

2079 AMERICAN STERLING FLATWARE 6 Gorham , L5 1/2” to 10” 15 International L5 1/2” to 10” 2 Durgin L6” 1 Towle L7 1/4” 1 SSMC L5” Total 22.0ozT weighable (25pcs)

$350-450

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2080 AMERICAN STERLING BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES

4 pattern 648, Dia.6 1/4”; 7 of similar design, Dia.6; Total 33.5ozT (11pcs)

circa 1775, H12 1/2” (2pcs)

$400-600

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2081 AMERICAN STERLING BEVERAGE PITCHER AND DISH

$400-600

Other Notes: Accompanied by the original 1969 Garrard & Co Ltd, London invoice.

Preisner pitcher H9”, and Reed & Barton X246 dish H2” L12 1/2”; Total 34.0ozT (2pcs)

2086 INTERNATIONAL LORD SAYBROOK

$500-700

H6 1/2”; Total 35.0ozT (6pcs)

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$500-800

2082 REED & BARTON SILVERPLATE AND GLASS EPERGNE

STERLING GOBLETS

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2087 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE FOOTED TRAY

floral-and-leaf frame supporting three bowls, marked: pattern 166; H13 1/2” Dia.20”

AND WAITER

$300-500

$200-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2083 AMERICAN STERLING TABLE ARTICLES

2088 GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED-PLATE SERVING TRAY

20th century, comprising: case, candlesticks, tazzas, cups with saucers, and dishes; Total 48.0ozT weighable (29pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

2084 ENGLISH OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED-PLATE HOT WATER URN 18th/19th century, with lion’s-mask handles, unidentified heraldic device and motto: VAVEAT FORTINA; H14” W8” D9”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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2085 GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED-PLATE CANDLESTICKS

H20” L27 1/2” W16 1/2” and L29” W18” (2pcs)

18th/19th century, with let-in heraldic device; L23” D16”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks Other Notes: Accompanied by the original 1969 Garrard & Co Ltd, London invoice.

2089 GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD FUSED-PLATE EWER circa 1790, engraved with heraldic device, H14 1/2”

$300-500


2090 ENGLISH SILVERPLATE TABLE

2095 ENGLISH PAPIER-MACHE OBJECTS

ARTICLES

E.R. Moore & Co tureen, H9” W14” D9 1/2”; 2 Sheffield plate milk jugs, H12”; cake basket, H8” W10 3/4” tea caddy, H5” (5pcs)

19th century, Chinoiserie decorations, comprising: tea caddy H6” W9” D7” letter box H7” W9 1/2” D4 1/2” lead-lined box H3” W6” D4 1/4” crumber set L12” and W9” D9” (5pcs)

$200-300

$400-600

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2091 PAIR ELLIS-BARKER SILVERPLATE H17” W15” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

BOXES AND WRITING SLOPE

19th century, inlaid box H5 1/2” W11” D8”; nacre-inset box H4 1/2” W11” D8”; and brass-bound slope H5” W14” D9 1/2” (3pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2092 ENGLISH ASSEMBLED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

first half 20th century, 3.8ozT weighable (5pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2097 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES

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2096 ENGLISH MAHOGANY DOCUMENT

19th century, coffered-form caddy with 2 compartments and mixing well, H9” W13” D7”; another in bombe form with triple compartments, H8” W10” D6” (2pcs)

$400-600 2093 ENGLISH SHEFFIELD PLATE FOOTED

Provenance: Virginia private collection

SERVING TRAY

2098 ENGLISH MAHOGANY WRITING

late 19th/early 20th century, arms of PAGE with motto SPE LABOR LEVIS; H2” L31” W21”

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2094 WALKER, KNOWLES & CO

SLOPES

19th century, brass-inset H5 1/2” W13 1/2” D9 1/4”; Tunbridge-inlaid H5 1/2” W11 3/4” D9”; and brassbound H6 1/2” W13 3/4” D9 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

SILVERPLATE TUREEN

circa 1850, H12” L16 1/2” W9”

$300-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2099 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES

19th century, H4 1/2” W4 1/2” D3 1/2” to H6” W8” D4 1/2” (4pcs)

$300-500

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2100 SHAKER NEST OF BOXES

2105 ENGLISH TEA CADDIES

19th century, graduated oval boxes, H1 1/2” W4 1/4” D3” to H2 1/2” W6 1/4” W4 1/2” (3pcs)

$300-400

19th century, brass-inlaid H4” W5 1/2” D4 1/2”; inlaid burl H4 1/2” W7” D4 1/2”; and inlaid mahogany H5 1/4” W4 3/4” D4 3/4” (3pcs)

Provenance: Virginia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2101 ENGLISH BOXES AND WRITING SLOPE 19th century, Tunbridge-inlaid H4” W10” D6 3/4”; brass-inlaid H4 1/4” W10 1/4” D7 1/2”; mahogany H3 3/4” W8 3/4” D5 3/4”; slope H5” W12” D9” (4pcs)

2106 ENGLISH SNUFF AND TOBACCO BOXES

$300-500

19th century, comprising: 8 papier-mache, 4 metal boxes, 2 shellclad; H1” L2 1/2” to 2 1/2” Dia.3” (14pcs)

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2102 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES 19th century, inlaid H5” W8” D5”; another H4 1/2” W7” D4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2107 ENGLISH MAHOGANY TEA CADDIES 19th century, floral-inlaid H5” W7 1/2” D4 1/2”; brass-mounted caddy H6” W9” D5 3/4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2103 ENGLISH TEA CADDIES 19th century, Tunbridge-inlaid H4” W7” D5” and H4” W9” D4 1/4”; domed H7” W9” D5” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2104 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY TEA

2108 ENGLISH TABLE ARTICLES AND OBJECTS

19th/20th century, comprising: cased architects drawing set, L7” cased checker set, L7” cigarette dispenser, L6 1/2” 2 barrel-form biscuit boxes, H8” (5pcs)

$300-500

CADDIES

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

19th century, octagonal H6” W6 1/2” D4 1/2”; other H6” W9 1/4” D5 1/2” (2pcs)

2109 LATE CLASSICAL MAHOGANY

$300-500

SHAVING MIRROR

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

19th century, H24” W19” W8 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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2110 FRENCH BRONZE-DORE TRINKET BOX, STAMPED EP circa 1925-40, hinged lid; underside stamped: EP with in bell and BRONZE, MADE IN FRANCE; H4” W5 1/4” D5 1/4”

$200-400

2115 ENGLISH MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES 19th century, crossbanded H13” W8 1/2” D9 1/2”; inlaid H13 1/2” W8 3/4” D8 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Florida private collection

2111 VENETIAN MEDICO DELLA PESTE

2116 ENGLISH MAHOGANY WRITING BOX ON STAND

mid 19th century, on later stand; H21” W13 3/4” D9 3/4”

$200-400

$200-300

Provenance: Tennessee private collection

Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

2112 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY WRITING SLOPE

19th century, opening to fitted interiors; H6” W13 3/4” D9”

$200-400 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2113 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY SERVING TRAY

third quarter 19th century, oval form, brass handles; H1 3/4” W28 1/2” D18 1/4”

2117 ENGLISH BRASS AND WOOD CANDLESTICK SETS

19th century, two pairs twist stem H12”, pair wood and brass H21 1/2”; and pair brass H10” (8pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2118 BRASS SCALE, LETTER HOLDER AND INKSTAND

$200-400

Fecafe scale H22 1/2” W14 1/2” D8” letter holder H6 1/2” W9” D4 1/2” inkstand H6 1/2” W8” D6” (3pcs)

2114 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY SINGLE

$200-300

TEA CADDIES

19th century, H4 1/2” W5” D4”, and H5” W4” D3 1/4” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

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L15”, contained within lucite case

CARNIVAL MASK

Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

2119 ENGLISH FIRE BUCKET circa 1860, with coat-of-arms marked: PUMP ROOM NO2 HMS PHOENIX; H25” W17” D17”

$200-300 Provenance: Purchased from Otto Zenke North Carolina private collection

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2120 ENGLISH MAHOGANY AND BRASS-BOUND TRAY

2125 CONTINENTAL OAK PORTABLE DESK

mid to late 19th century, with handles; H4” W22” D15 1/4”

circa 1900, hinged lid and glazed front, concealing compartments, slots, inkpots and dish; H9 1/2” W14 1/2” D8”

$200-300

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$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

2121 DOCTOR’S BAG AND MEDICAL IMPLEMENTS

mid 20th century, bag H6 1/2” L12”, and cased sphygmomanometer L14 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

2122 DOUBLE TOWER BIRDCAGE early 20th century, H21” W26” D12”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2126 ENGLISH PAPIER-MACHE SNUFF BOXES

19th century, pictorial-decorated, Dia.3” and 3 1/2” and W3 1/4” (4pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2127 PARNALL & SONS DECORATED TEA CANISTERS, CONVERTED TO LAMPS 19th century, each decorated with heraldic device and gilt-stenciled scrolls, labeled; H18” and overall 33 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300 2123 ENGLISH TREENWARE COLLECTION 19th century, 7 covered bowls, 2 goblets, dice shaker, pounder; H1 7/8” Dia.2 1/2” to H8” Dia.3 1/2” (11pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2124 REGENCY MIXED WOOD TEA CADDY circa 1835, canted form, triple-lidded interior; H7” W14” D6 1/2”

$200-300

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2128 ENGLISH INLAID MAHOGANY DOUBLE TEA CADDY

19th century, H6” W11” D5 1/4”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2129 MINIATURE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

19th century, graduated drawers; H10 3/4” W10 3/4” D4 3/4”

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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2130 CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED

2135 BOEHM FLEDGLINGS

TOLE BOX

Baby Chickadee, 461, H3” Western Bluebirds, 494X, H6” Bald Eagle, 498, H9 1/2” Magpie, 476, H6” Kingfisher, 449, H6” Goldfinch, 448, H4” Red Poll, 495, H4” (7pcs)

19th century, coffered-form on ball feet, H7” W10” W6”

$100-200 Provenance: Virginia private collection

$200-400 2131 OAK BOX OR CARRYING CHEST 19th century, brass-bound corners and handles; H10” W23 1/2” D18 1/4” Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2136 BOEHM ORCHARD ORIOLE no. 400-11, H11 1/2” W14 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2132 MODERN GOATSKIN-CLAD ICE PAIL, PROBABLY ALDO TURA H10” W10” D10”

$100-200 Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

2137 BOEHM WARBLER, NUTHATCH, AND CATBIRD

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$100-200

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Blackburnian Warbler 402, H10” W8” Nuthatch 469, H11” W6” Catbird 483, H15” W8”

$300-500 2133 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SHAVING MIRROR

19th century, pivoting mirror within tapered supports above three drawers; H22” W14” D7 1/2”

$100-200 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2134 FRANKLIN MINT PORCELAIN OWLS The Screech Owl, H12” W18” The Snowy Owl, H9” W11” The Barn Owl, H10” W9” (3pcs)

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2138 PAIR BOEHM WOOD THRUSHES no. 485, H15” W15 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2139 BOEHM MOURNING DOVES no. 443, H14” W9”

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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2140 PAIR BOEHM GREEN JAYES $500-700

2145 BOEHM BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK, BOBOLINK, AND TUFTED TITMICE

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

no. 400-03, H10” W13”; no. 473, H15” W8 1/2”, no. 482, H13” (3pcs)

no. 486, H18 1/2” W9 1/4” (2pcs)

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$300-600 2141 PAIR BOEHM MEARNS QUAIL no. 467, H15 1/2” W9 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2146 BOEHM CANADA GEESE AND MALLARDS no. 408 with bases, H7” W6 1/2”; and no. 406, H9 1/2” W12” (6pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2142 BOEHM ROBIN, WINTER ROBIN, AND OVEN BIRD no. 40201, H8” W8”; with holly, H11” W11 1/2”; no. 400-04, H10” W7” (3pcs)

$300-600 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2143 PAIRS BOEHM PTARMIGANS AND TUMBLER PIGEONS no. 463, H14” W10 1/2” and H9” W12”; and no. 416, H8” L10” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2147 PAIR BOEHM RING-NECKED PHEASANTS, AND LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN no. 409, H9” W7 1/2” and H8” W12”, no. 404-G, H10” W9” (3pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2148 BOEHM WATER THRUSH, VERDINS, AND OTHER BIRDS

Water Thrush 490, H11” W8” Verdins 400-02, H10” Yellow-Throated Warbler 431, H9 1/2” White-Throated Sparrow 430, H9 1/2” Black-Capped Chickadee 438, H9” (5pcs)

$200-400 2144 BOEHM BIRDS, SONGBIRDS OF THE FOUR SEASONS

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Spring Robin, H10” W5 1/2” Winter Chickadee, H10” W6” Fall Goldfinch, H12 1/2” W6 1/2” (3pcs)

2149 BOEHM HUMMINGBIRDS AND VERDINS

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Rufous Hummingbird 487, H15 1/2” W7 1/2” Paphiopedilum 400-08, H5” W7” Verdins 400-02, H8 1/2” W8 1/2”

$200-400

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2150 BOEHM BARN OWL H20” W24”

$400-700 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2155 DOROTHY DOUGHTY MOORHEN CHICK, ROYAL WORCESTER dated 1964, with water lily, H3” W12” D10 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

2151 PAIR BOEHM HOODED MERGANSERS

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

circa 1957, with iris and orchid, on stands, H11” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Florida private collection

2152 BOEHM WESTERN BLUEBIRDS $200-400

2157 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY RED EYED VIREO, ROYAL WORCESTER

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

circa 1952, with stand and crate, H7” (2pcs)

no. 494, H18” W21”

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$200-400

2156 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY OVENBIRDS, ROYAL WORCESTER

no. 496, H11” W13” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Florida private collection

2153 BOEHM CRESTED FLYCATCHER $200-400

2158 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY MOUNTAIN BLUEBIRD, ROYAL WORCESTER

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

dated 1964, with spleenwort niger, stands, crates, H9 3/4” (2pcs)

no. 488J; H19” W12 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

2154 PAIR DORORTHY DOUGHTY YELLOW THROATS, ROYAL WORCESTER

2159 DOROTHY DOUGHTY NIGHTINGALE, ROYAL WORCESTER

circa 1958, with stands, H12” (2pcs)

$400-800

dated 1970, with honeysuckle, on stand, H10”

Provenance: Florida private collection

$300-400 Provenance: Florida private collection

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2160 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY APPLE BLOSSOM AND BEES, ROYAL WORCESTER

2165 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY YELLOW HEADED BLACKBIRD, ROYAL WORCESTER

circa 1941, H6” (2pcs)

$400-600

circa 1951, spiderwort, with stand and crate, H11” (2pcs)

Provenance: Florida private collection

$400-600

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Provenance: Florida private collection

2161 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY CRABAPPLE AND BUTTERFLY, ROYAL WORCESTER circa 1940, with stands and crates, H10” (2pcs)

2166 PAIR DORORTHY DOUGHTY CERULEAN WARBLERS, ROYAL WORCESTER

$300-500

dated 1965, with maple, stands and crate; H8” and 9” (2pcs)

Provenance: Florida private collection

$400-600 Provenance: Florida private collection

2162 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY SCARLET TANAGER, ROYAL WORCESTER circa 1956, on stands, H12” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Florida private collection

2167 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY HOODED WARBLERS, ROYAL WORCESTER dated 1961, with Cherokee Rose, with stand and crate; H10” and 12” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

2163 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY FLYCATCHERS, ROYAL WORCESTER dated 1963, with pussy willow, wood crate and stand; H10” and 9” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Florida private collection

2168 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY LAZULI BUNTINGS, ROYAL WORCESTER dated 1962, with choke cherry, stand and crates, H11” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Florida private collection

2164 PAIR DOROTHY DOUGHTY MYRTLE WARBLERS, ROYAL WORCESTER circa 1955, with crate and stands, H8 1/2” and 9 1/2” (2pcs)

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2169 DOROTHY DOUGHTY CHIFF CHAFF, ROYAL WORCESTER dated 1963, with hogweed, with crate and stand; H18”

$300-400

$300-500

Provenance: Florida private collection

Provenance: Florida private collection


2170 VINTAGE CHARLESTON AND SOUTH CAROLINA POSTCARD COLLECTION (approx. 1087pcs)

2175 LEATHERBOUND BOOKS: ENGLAND’S LORD CHANCELLORS AND CHIEF JUSTICES

$300-400

(9vols)

Provenance: Deaccessioned property from a Southern museum

$200-300

2171 BOOKS: EDGEWORTH’S TALES AND NOVELS

$200-400

2176 LEATHERBOUND BOOKS: WORLD HISTORY

(19vols)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2172 BOOKS: HISTORY (31vols)

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2177 BOOKS: HISTORIC COSTUME AND ETIQUETTE RELATED

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Edgeworth, Maria. EDGEWORTH’S TALES AND NOVELS (complete set). London: Baldwin & Cradock, 1832. In 3/4 leather binding. (18vols)

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

(11vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Arkansas private collection

2173 BOOKS: VINTAGE CLASSIC COOKBOOKS

(33vols)

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Jean Tucker Sparks

2178 BOOKS: NOVELS AND OTHERS (26vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

(17vols)

2179 BOOKS: R.E. LEE-A BIOGRAPHY BY FREEMAN

$200-300

(4vols)

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-300

2174 BOOKS: WORKS OF CHARLES LEVER

Provenance: Florida private collection

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2180 BOOKS: EARLY HISTORY AND ART

2185 POP-UP THREE-DIMENSIONAL

(6vols)

MOVABLE BOOK AND CARD

$200-300

COLLECTION

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

(121pcs)

$200-300

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Provenance: Simon Benson Offit collection

2181 MILLS ATLAS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AND WATERFOWL OF NORTH AMERICA

2186 LEATHERBOUND BOOKS: PHILOSOPHY (6vols)

(2pcs)

$150-300

$200-300

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2182 BOOKS: EARLY DICKEN’S CLASSICS (5vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2187 FOLIOS: D’ESPOUY ’S ARCHITECTURE (3vols+)

$150-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

2188 LEATHERBOUND BOOKS: POETRY AND MEMOIR (16vols)

2183 BOOKS: POETRY (4vols)

$150-250 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

2189 BOOKS: EARLY LAWS, SUPREME COURT CASES

(4vols)

$100-200 2184 BOOKS: LYTTON’S WORKS AND FERRIER’S NOVELS (16vols)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Provenance: Berline Harrison collection

2190 LEATHERBOUND BOOKS: GREAT BRITAIN PEERAGE AND GENEALOGICAL HISTORY (10vols)

$100-200

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Terms & Conditions of Sale REGISTRATION FOR BIDDING. All prospective bidders must have an active Charlton Hall Account in good standing, sign Registration Form and provide government issued photo ID for each sale. *If you would like to establish an account with our firm, please complete Account Setup Form and provide government issued photo ID. *At the discretion of Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., prospective bidders may be required to provide a deposit against bids. 1. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and all lots are sold as shown and “AS IS”, “WHERE IS”, with all faults, imperfections, and errors of description. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., their employees and/or agents are not responsible for errors of description, genuineness or authenticity, and fault or defect in any lot. No warranties or representations whatsoever are given by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., its employees and/or agents, to any buyer in respect to any lot. 2. ALL PAYMENTS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING AUCTION, and all merchandise must be removed from the premises the day of the auction. Payment can be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, bank wire transfer, or local pre-approved checks. Merchandise paid for with US bank drawn pre-approved check or foreign cashier’s check will be held for 10 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. NOTICE TO BIDDER: Estimated Weights and Measurements: All weights in our catalogue descriptions have been estimated through volumetric proportions and are to be considered approximations and are not to be relied on to be exact. The term “all-in” relating to weight means the weight includes all the components of the item. Jewelry: Unless stated otherwise, all diamonds and other precious stones have been measured and graded in their settings. Some jewelry and/or stones are accompanied by certificates prepared by gemological laboratories. These certificates are provided as a convenience to our clients and are not warranted by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. Metal weights given for jewelry includes stones unless stated otherwise. Buyers should be reminded that many colored gemstones have historically been treated to enhance their appearance. Clocks and Watches: No guarantee is given as to the working order of clocks or watches. Most of these items have been repaired over the course of time and may now have parts not original to them. Unless stated otherwise, weight measurements include the works. 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 Invaluable. Online bidders will pay a Buyer’s Premium of 25% in addition to the hammer price. Charlton Hall undertakes the execution of online bidding as a convenience for clients and is not responsible for any failure or error in the execution of bids. In the


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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 countries prohibit the importation of property containing these materials altogether and other countries require a permit (e.g., a CITES permit) from their respective regulatory agency. For example, the United States generally prohibits the importation of articles less than 100 years of age that contain material from any species listed as endangered or threatened. It is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain any and all export or import licenses, permits or documentation required by any local authority for export from the United States or import into any other country for any object requiring same. The denial or delay in obtaining any license or permit from any agency shall not justify the cancellation or rescission of any sale or any delay in making payment for the total purchase price of any lot in accordance with these Conditions of Sale. FIREARMS: All post-1898 firearms must be registered in compliance with Federal and South Carolina State Laws. Buyers of post-1898 firearms must complete State and Federal registration forms at Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., unless otherwise specified; processing of such forms may require a waiting period. Dealers and out-of-state buyers must have in their possession, on the day of sale, signed copies of their FFL (Federal Firearms License) in order to accept same-day delivery of modern weapons. Buyers who act as agents for FFL dealers must have a letter as well as an original signed copy of the dealer’s FFL, and must present it to Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., no less than 24 hours prior to auction date. Such lots may be denoted with special symbols and or verbiage in printed and digital catalogues. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. makes no warranties or representations whatsoever and no employee or consultant of Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. has the authority to do otherwise, concerning the operation or firing condition, fitness of use, safety to store, or reliability of any firearms, ammunition, or parts. Use of any firearms purchased at Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. is entirely at the user’s risk. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. offers for sale the lots as COLLECTOR items only. We strongly recommend that all weapons, ammunition, etc. purchased at auction be examined by a competent gunsmith. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. expressly disclaims any liability whatsoever for accidents, injury and damage resulting to any person from the storage or subsequent use of any such lots. While Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., their employees and representatives, make every effort to accurately describe all lots offered for sale, it is incumbent upon the bidder to satisfy themselves in all areas of authenticity, originality, condition and imperfections. Bidders should also acknowledge that condition reports are often subjective and any item offered at auction may be subject to normal wear consistent with age that may not be specified in a condition report. If a bidder is uncertain about any of these issues, we would recommend that they not bid on lots in question. We would further urge that all potential bidders become familiar with “Commonly Used Terms and

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Abbreviations” printed in each catalog or available upon request. These Conditions of Sale and the purchaser's and our respective rights and obligations hereunder are governed by the laws of the State of South Carolina. By bidding at an auction, each purchaser and bidder agrees to be bound by these Conditions of Sale. Any dispute, controversy, or claim arising out of or relating to this agreement, or the breach, termination, or validity thereof, brought by or against Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., (but not including claims brought against the consignor by the purchaser of lots consigned hereunder) shall be resolved by the Columbia, South Carolina legal system. In addition to the other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of 2% per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, in addition to other remedies available to us and the consignor(s) by law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, with the purchaser to be responsible for all costs of collection (including attorneys' fees and disbursements), we, at our option, may either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or (b) resell the property at public auction without reserve, and the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, costs including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder, and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser's obligations to us, any property in our possession, owned by such purchaser. We shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the South Carolina Uniform Commercial Code with respect to such property, and we may apply against such obligations all monies held or received by us for the account of, or due from us to, such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier's checks, we have con firmed their authenticity. All property must be removed from our premises by the purchaser at their expense no later than 5 business days following its sale and, if it is not removed, Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., reserves the right to charge a minimum storage fee of $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser's expense. Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than 5 days following the sale. If property is uncollected within 60 days of auction purchase date, buyer authorizes Charlton Hall to re-sell ALL purchases. Storage fees, handling charges, and seller’s commission rate of 20% will be deducted from the proceeds. Your bid is a legally binding contract. If you are the successful bidder, you have entered into a contract to purchase the property which you bid from the seller. You should contact Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc. to resolve any questions prior to placing any bids. The use of a live internet bidding service will subject your bid to an additional buyer’s premium. Please be aware of this and be sure to read all the terms published by the service providing online bidding. The Conditions of Sale as written in this printed catalog will take precedence over any other conditions, whether printed or posted on internet websites. Conditions of Sale may be amended by posted notices in the salesroom or by announcement from the auctioneer. Bid increments: Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and generally advances as indicated on bid sheet. All bids submitted out of increment will be rounded to the nearest increment.

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Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations ac: Active after: This work is a later copy of one of the artist’s works.

L: Length manner of: Although this work is in the appropriate manner or style of the artist, it is probably of a later period.

after the antique: A later facsimile.

note: Additional information we are able to provide about any particular item.

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.

oz Troy: Unit of measuring precious metals.

b: Date of birth BH: Back height

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. provenance: History of ownership, or additional information which we have obtained.

circa: Approximate date of object. circle of: This work is of the correct period, and exhibits the stylistic influence of the named artist.

studio of: This work is of the correct period, and may have been made under the artist’s supervision.

ct: Carat (single gemstone weight)

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.

ctw: Carats (total gemstone weight)

SH: Seat height

D: Depth

sizes: All sizes, weights and other measurements are approximate; we are not responsible for mis-measurements or typographical errors.

d: Date of death Sq: Square dates: All dates are approximate. The absence of a date for any item indicates that the item is either modern or we are uncertain of the age.

style: The inclusion of the word “style” in the heading indicates that, in our opinion, the object was made as an intentional reproduction of an earlier form.

Dia: Diameter W: Width DJ: Dust jacket wk: Worked fl: Flourished follower of: This work is executed in the artist’s style, but is not necessarily by one of his students. g: Grams H: Height HH: Hollow handle K: Karat, the fineness of gold.

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

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he building of Millford has a fairy-tale romance quality about it. John and Susan Manning were both only 22 years of age when they embarked on the construction of this grand mansion — certainly the finest residence in the state at the time (and possibly still so). Beginning in 2008, Richard H. Jenrette gave the house and its collection of original Duncan Phyfe furniture to Classical American Homes Preservation Trust to preserve, protect, and open to the public for enjoyment and scholarly research. Millford is located at 7320 Millford Plantation Road, Pinewood, SC, 29125. Millford is 45 minutes from Columbia, SC and two hours from Charleston, SC and Charlotte, NC. For details and tickets, please go to

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