JEWELRY I ANTIQUES I ACCESSORIES October 14-15, 2021
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IMPORTANT NOTICES COVID-19 Notices This auction is scheduled to be a live auction with in-person, online, phone and absentee bidding available. Given the changing situation regarding the pandemic, changes to the schedule, available bidding platforms and exhibition hours may occur. Please visit our website, www. eldreds.com, or call 508-385-3116 for the most up-to-date information. Terms A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of all purchases. The buyer’s premium is 25 percent of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10 percent of the final bid price over $500,000. We accept checks, cash, money orders, wire transfers and major credit cards for payment. Credit cards can only be used for up to $5,000 of the invoice total and the card must have a U.S. billing address. Due to the increasing volume of fraudulent activity, Eldred’s will not accept credit card payments for any jewelry purchases made in this auction. Bidders holding a Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide the certificate or copy thereof when registering to bid or otherwise will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases. Items picked up in or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut sales tax. Residents of other states may be subject to state and local sales taxes. Absentee, Telephone and Online Bidding Available To register for absentee and telephone bidding, please visit our website or call 508-385-3116. Online bidding available through www.eldreds.com. Condition Reports Condition reports will be provided to the best of our ability. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection as to the condition of each lot. It is the bidder’s responsibility to obtain a condition report, by either visiting our website or contacting us. Although condition reports may be given on request, such reports are statements of opinion only. Regardless of whether or not a condition report is given, all property is sold subject to Item 1 of our Conditions of Sale, which provides that all property is sold as is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the property is in good condition. All dimensions are approximate.
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S ES S I O N I : T HU RSDAY, OCTOB ER 14
VICTORIAN 14KT GOLD AND TURQUOISE BRACELET Circa 1880 Three graduated beads pave-set with turquoise cabochons. Snake chain with interwoven tendrils covering the central turquoise-set bead. With safety chain. Unmarked. Length 6.5”. Approx. 16.94 total dwt. 1,000/1,500
ANTIQUE CARVED CHALCEDONY AND DIAMOND TURK’S HEAD CAMEO RING 19th Century or Earlier Continental, possibly Venice. Silver setting with a melee of old mine-cut diamonds. Gold mount and band. Unmarked. Size 5½. 2,000/3,000
ANTIQUE PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE BROOCH/PENDANT Early 20th Century Central bezel-set full-cut diamond, approx. 4.4mm x 2.6mm, surrounded by thirty-two smaller full-cut diamonds and four small bezel-set light blue sapphires. Articulated pendant element. Unsigned. Length 1.5”. Approx. 8.02 total dwt. 2,000/2,500
ISRAEL “IZZY” SKLAR HEBREW CHAI CHARACTER PENDANT Provincetown, Massachusetts, Circa 1970 Pendant reverse double-struck “I. Sklar”. Length 1.75”. On a 14kt gold chain, length 24.5”. Approx. 16.78 total dwt. 800/1,200
ARNE JOHANSEN MODERNIST KINETIC STERLING SILVER NECKLACE Denmark, Mid-20th Century Pendant with five cubes suspended from a horizontal bar. Both collar and pendant marked “AJ”. Collar length 15”. Approx. 17.03 dwt. 300/500
18KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND FRINGE NECKLACE Twenty-nine graduated floriform pendants. Maker’s mark “BA”. Total diamond weight approx. 9.24 carats. Length 17”. Approx. 20.44 total dwt. 12,000/15,000
Lot 91 91.
PAIR OF PORTUGUESE GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS Approx. 5.4mm x 4.0mm sapphire framed by small diamonds. Post backs. Approx. 2.49 total dwt. 2,500/3,500
PLATINUM AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE Full-cut diamond approx. 6.8mm x 4.0mm. Size 5½. Approx. 2.18 total dwt. 600/900
VINTAGE OMEGA 14KT GOLD WATCH 1960s Stick dial and tapered bracelet with Florentine finish. Length 7”. Approx. 27.65 total dwt. 1,200/1,800
CARTIER “MUST DE CARTIER 21” STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD PLATE WATCH 1990s Case numbered 1330 and PL236083. Quartz movement. Dial with Roman numerals and blued steel hands. Synthetic sapphire crown. Case 30mm. Bracelet length 6.25”. 1,200/1,800
JOSHEGHAN RUG: 8’10” X 12’6” Late 20th Century Traditional diamond-shaped flower clusters, rendered in red, bright ivory, blues, brown and salmon pink, are arranged in diagonal rows surrounding a central blue and ivory medallion. Dark blue spandrels and main border with traditional motifs. 500/800
SOUMAC WOVEN PANEL: 2’1” X 3’2” Early 20th Century Red, blue and ivory horizontal bands with colorful traditional chevrons alternating with snowflake-like motifs. 80/125
JAPANESE MORIAGE POTTERY HANDLED JARDINIÈRE ON PEDESTAL Early 20th Century Decorated with figural, landscape and floral cartouches. Total height 39”. 500/700
Lot 272 272.
JAPANESE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE Late Meiji Period, 20th Century Relief-decorated with lohans, sages and dragons. Shimazu family crest on signature plaque on base. Height 12.25”. 150/250
CHINESE BRONZE VOTIVE FIGURE OF A GODDESS 20th Century Standing on a lotus base that is raised on four splayed legs. Calligraphic inscription on mandorla. Height 16”. 200/400
MASSACHUSETTS POSTCARDS COVERING BALDWINSVILLE THROUGH BLACKSTONE Early 20th Century Real photo: Boxboro Old Home Day, Boston Duck Co. Mill (Bondsville), Washington Square Beachmont. Early: Burrage Railroad Station, Smith, Day & Co. Chair Factory, Old Wooden Bridge and Ware River Train (Baldwinsville), New England Box Co., “Francis Willey Co. S.Mill, South Barre”, “The New England Stage-Coach” (Barre), classroom interior (Henry Woods High School), Bicknell Rd. (Bayview - photo), “Blondon” and railroad crossing (Bayview), Belmont Railroad Station, seven differing real photo Camp Becket cards including all campers and counselors holding college pennants. Also: Bernardston photos of South St. looking north, The Basket Mart and Pioneer Gift Shop and an unnamed street view. Early Bernardston railroad depot, summer home of President Taft (Beverly) and Billerica photos of “The Square”, Boston Road and Town Hall. 250/350
SA L E INC LUDES Postcards from a private New Bedford Collection Lots 340-374 Postcards from the Estate of Hilary Bamford Lots 375-442
S ES S I ON I I : F R IDAY, OCTOB ER 1 5
MORTIMER LUDDINGTON MENPES Austria/England, 1855-1938 “Man with Hat”. Signed lower right “Mortimer Menpes imp”. Titled on SP Gallery label verso. Black and white etching, 6” x 5.25” to the plate line. Framed 22.5” x 18.5”. 300/600
AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century Mountain waterfall. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. Framed. 400/600
SHERATON CHEST OF DRAWERS North Shore of Massachusetts, Early 19th Century In mahogany. Removable deck top with three side-by-side drawers and a shaped backsplash with carved basket of fruit decoration. Case with two protruding half drawers over three full-width drawers flanked by pineapple- and leaf-carved columns terminating in turned legs. Width 46”. Depth 21.5”. 800/1,200
FOUR ROUND PAINTED WOODEN PANTRY BOXES Late 19th Century With bail handles. All with old painted surfaces. Two with stamped maker’s marks from New Hampshire. Smallest height 5.25”. Diameter 9.25”. 300/600
“FISHING TACKLE” CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN FISH-FORM SIGN 20th Century Height 16.25”. Length 38.5”. 400/600
DRYSINK CUPBOARD Early 20th Century In pine under white paint. Onepiece construction. Upper portion with two paneled doors enclosing two shelves. Tin-lined basin. Lower portion with two paneled drawers over two paneled doors enclosing one shelf. Height 78.5”. Width 41”. Depth 21.5”. 500/1,000
THOMAS BLAGDON HIGHAM Massachusetts, b. 1953 “The Wake, Provincetown”. Signed lower left “Higham”. Acrylic on paper, 11” x 18.5”. Framed 15” x 22”. 1,000/1,500
DAVID LUSSIER Connecticut, 20th Century Homestead by the water. Signed lower left “D. Lussier”. Oil on board, 11” x 14”. Framed 16” x 19”. 600/900
THOMAS R. CURTIN Vermont/Massachusetts, 1899-1977 Coastal view from a rocky cove. Signed lower right “Thos. R. Curtin”. Oil on masonite, 16” x 20”. Framed 18.75” x 22.75”. 800/1,200
BRITISH ROYAL YACHT SEAMAN’S UNIFORM Circa 1930 Purchased in England. 300/500
SANDY MORAN Cape Cod, 1944-2020 Sailor’s valentine “Spring”, composed of multicolored shells. Floral and geometric designs around a central heart. Signed and titled verso. Housed in an octagonal wooden case. Case 7.5”. 400/600
Provenance: The Estate of Sandra L. Moran of Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts.
SCRIMSHAW WHALE’S TOOTH 19th Century Portrait of a mother and young daughter. Length 6.25”. 500/800 Provenance: Collection of Barbara Johnson. Retains sticker.
WILLIAM CALLCOTT KNELL England, 1830-1876 A busy shipping channel. Signed lower left “W.C. Knell”. Oil on canvas, 18” x 32”. Framed 25” x 39”. 800/1,200
JOHN WILSON CARMICHAEL England/America, 1800-1868 British ship at anchor with smaller vessels around her. Signed lower right “J.W. Carmichael”. Oil on canvas, 26.5” x 34”. Framed 31” x 38.5”. 1,000/1,500
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