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FINE & DECORATIVE ART AT AUCTION October 17-18, 2019

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F I N E & D E C O R AT I V E A R T Thursday, October 17: Lots 1-336 Friday, October 19: Lots 401-803

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Terms

A buyer’s premium will be added to all purchases. The buyer’s premium is 20% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000.

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Auction

At our headquarter. Both sessions beginning at 10 a.m. Eastern.

Exhibit

Wednesday, October 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bidders holding a valid Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide the certificate or a copy thereof when registering or otherwise will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases. Items picked up in our Mystic office or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut sales tax. Items shipped to New York or North Carolina are subject to state sales tax, plus any applicable local sales taxes. Other state and local taxes may also be applicable.

Important notices Absentee and Telephone Bidding

Please use the bid form found at the back of this catalog, visit our website, or phone 508-385-3116 to make arrangements for absentee and telephone bidding.

Online Bidding

This auction will be held simultaneously online at www.invaluable.com and www.eldreds.com. The buyer’s premium is 25% for purchases bought online via Invaluable or Eldred’s Infinite Bidding. Prospective bidders must register and be approved prior to bidding.

Prospective bidders 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. The absence of a condition report does not imply the property is in good condition. 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. All dimensions and weights are approximate.

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Eldred’s Staff Directory Antiques and Fine Art Specialists

Production and Administrative Staff

Joshua F. Eldred President Head of American and European Paintings josh@eldreds.com

Mary Ann Giddings Eldred Appraisal and Mailing List Director maeldred@eldreds.com

John H. Schofield President Emeritus johns@eldreds.com Susan M. Schofield Treasurer The Prints of Paul Jacoulet sue@eldreds.com William Bourne Vice President Head of Americana and Maritime Arts bill@eldreds.com Eric S. Mulak Assistant Vice President Head of Sporting Antiques, Folk Art & Collectibles Consignment Manager eric@eldreds.com Leah S. Kingman Head of European Decorative Arts lkingman@eldreds.com Glen Krawczyk Head of Oriental Rugs glen@eldreds.com Anne G. Lajoie Head of Asian Arts Condition Reports annie@eldrgeds.com

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Index Auction Information Page 1 Staff List Page 2 Artist Index Page 6-7 Highlights Page 8-29 Session I Page 30 Session II Page 49 Bidder Information Page 71 Conditions of Sale Page 72 Absentee Bid Form Page 73

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Index of Artists

Amaya, Armando

766

Datz, Margot

795

Andre, Gaston

675

Davis, Amee

649

Arazian, Bagrat Garnikovich

797

De Guimbarda, Manuel Wssel

522

Barrett, Leon (attr.)

497

de Reyna, Rudy

702

Barrier, Gustave

712

De Tirtoff, Romain

778

Basing, Charles

681

de Tirtoff, Romain (ErtĂŠ)

777

Beauvais, Walter John

710

DePrey, Juan

Beneker, Gerrit Albertus

687

Dewitt, Jerome Pennington

Berger, Jason

504

Eldred, Lemuel D.

Bianchi, Alberto

490

Engel, Eliot

689

Blume-Siebert, Ludwig

488

Faquet, Josette

706

Bonheur, Isidore Jules (after)

695

Fisher, William

508

Breinin, Raymond

692

Foote, John

684

Broge, Karl Harald

500

Gaudez, Adrien Etienne

696

Buffet, Bernard

776

Girardet, Leon

707

Goodwin, Arthur Clifton (schoolof )

491

Caldwell, Marilyn

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Carlleti, Alicia

802

Gorey, Edward

781

Cecchi, Sergio

645

Groth, John

492

Chester, Gertrude

660

Grundtvig, Ludvig

483

Coldbreadth, Alice

655

Gruppe, Charles C.

642

Com, Mo

524

Hale, Robert Beverly

510

Consagra, Pier Luigi

791

Handville, Robert Tompkins

796

Constantine, Lois H.

668

Hare, John Cuthbert

643

Corbelle, Charles

713

Hermanns, Heinrich

674

Coutaud, Lucien

782

Heverdle, Rudolf

711

Curran, Charles Courtney

515

Hibel, Edna

519

Dali, Salvador

770

Hills, Laura Coombs

644

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Index of Artists

Hodgin, Marston Dean

506

Rowlandson, Thomas

783

Hoffman, Eric

785

Sallen, Irene Renee Freeman

803

Howes, Jerome

652

Schlicht, Georg

518

Hundertwasser, Friedensreich

779

Schultz, William J.

640-641

Jaimendes 793

Senat, Prosper Louis

498

Jones, Eleanor Ferri

683, 701

Shaw, Charles Green

788-790

Jones, Howard William

786

Shulman, Morris M.

523

Knebel, Franz

521

Silseth, Eli

520

Landon, Edward August

686

Sisley, John B.

517

Lanteigne, Danielle

799

Sommer, William

678

Lualdi, Edgardo

654

Sorman, Steven

780

Max, Peter

774, 775

Southworth, Dawn

792

McGee, William Douglas

800, 801

Stortenbeker, Pieter (attr.)

659

Strauss, Dorothy

685

Tajonar, Jesus Ortiz

765

McNear, Everett C.

512

Neaves, Dorothy P.

513, 514

Nesbitt, Leslie

673

Tarkay, Itzchak Isaac

Pautrot, Ferdinand

653

Thayer, Gladys

507

Pennell, Joseph

494

Theard, Carol

709

Pfitzenmaier, Wilhelm

708

Van Geleren, Albert

658

Picasso, Pablo

769

Wands, Alfred

682

Pollentine, Alfred

677

Warn, Graceann

487

Power, Harold Septimus

503

Wegenroth, Stow

646

Rideout, Philip Henry

667

Wheaton, Francis

502

Roberts, C.A.

651

Whittingham, Bonnie

798

Robinson, William T.

516

Romano, Umberto

501

Rosa, Salvator

691

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ANTIQUE FRENCH GOLD, DIAMOND, RUBY AND SILVER “LE COQ ET LE RENARD” BROOCH Silver rooster and fox head, set with old mine-cut diamonds and ruby eyes, on a ladder with a labeled and articulated banner. Lacking maker’s mark. French guarantee marks. Austro-Hungarian import marks. Length 2.25”. 200/400

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ANTIQUE FRENCH GOLD, DIAMOND, RUBY, EMERALD AND SAPPHIRE BROOCH 19th Century Formed as a bouquet of five flowers tied with a ribbon. Set with four champagne diamonds, 54 white diamonds, six rubies, five emeralds and four sapphires. Double-struck with an illegible maker’s mark. French guarantee mark. Length 1.75”. 2,000/2,500

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VINTAGE TWO-PIECE 18KT GOLD DEMI-PARURE Includes a bracelet formed as four chains with rectangular beads and ending in tassels, total length 9.5”, and a pair of screw-back earrings with matching rectangular beads in three graduated columns, lengths 2”. Lacking maker’s marks. Approx. 62.25 total dwt. 3,000/5,000 VINTAGE WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL RING Formed as a crescent moon set with eight diamonds cradling a pearl and three brilliant-cut diamonds. Faint gray pearl approx. 10mm. Unmarked. Size 5½. 2,000/3,000

14KT GOLD BRACELET WITH EIGHT GOLD COIN CHARMS Bracelet with eight pretzel-form links. Length 7.5”. Charms include an 1812 French twenty franc coin, an 1798 THREE-PIECE GOLD, PINK ZIRCON, Irish coin, an 1862 U.S. Liberty Head DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL two and a half dollar coin, an 1897 DEMI-PARURE Russian fifteen rouble coin, a 1908 Mid-20th Century and Earlier French twenty franc coin, a 1930 Includes a pendant, length 1.75”, a Swiss twenty franc coin, an 1827 cocktail ring, size 6¼, and screw-back French twenty franc coin and an 1881 earrings, lengths 1.5”, with foliate U.S. Liberty Head five dollar coin. settings. Lacking maker’s marks. Six coins with decorative mounts. 5,000/7,000 Approx. 61.14 total dwt. 3,000/4,000

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TIFFANY & CO. 18KT GOLD NECKLACE Heavy banded oval link. Length 16.25”. Approx. 51.17 dwt. Includes original Tiffany & Co. case and box. 3,000/5,000

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BULGARI “SERPENTI” 18KT ROSE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Numbered PC52VV. Size 5½ (expands slightly). Includes original box, case, traveling pouch and authenticity card. 3,000/4,000

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PAIR OF BULGARI “DIVAS’ DREAM” 18KT ROSE GOLD, DIAMOND AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL EARRINGS Numbered NKT1Z1. Length 1.75”. Includes original box, case, traveling pouches and authenticity card. 2,500/3,500

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ROBERTO COIN 18KT GOLD AND DIAMOND “PRIMAVERA” FLEX BRACELET Clasp pavé-set with 26 diamonds. Length 7.5”. Approx. 18.28 total dwt. Includes a Neiman Marcus pouch. 3,500/4,500

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PIAGET 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND TRADITIONAL LADY’S WRIST WATCH Circa 2005 Serial number 921485-02. Quartz movement. Dial with diamond hour markers. Case set with 36 brilliant-cut diamonds. Tapered bracelet. Case diameter 24mm. Includes original case, box, warranty, certificate of authenticity and manual. 6,000/8,000

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GOLD, DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET ATTRIBUTED TO KURT WAYNE Floriform and ovoid links. Serial number 48941, otherwise unmarked. Length 6.75”. Includes original Neiman Marcus box. 5,000/7,000

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PAIR OF ANGELA CUMMINGS FOR TIFFANY & CO. 18KT GOLD EARRINGS Copyrighted 1981 Concave and convex sponge forms. For pierced ears, with omega backs. Diameters 1”. Approx. 9.03 dwt. Includes a Tiffany & Co. pouch and box. 1,500/2,000

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GORHAM “VERSAILLES” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Together with 12 soup spoons and one teaspoon in different patterns. Most pieces not monogrammed. Service consists of: 12 9.5” knives 12 8.75” 10 7.5” forks 6 6.5” forks 11 salad forks 9 oyster forks 12 flat butter spreaders 6 serving spoons 2 citrus spoons 8 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 6 mocha spoons 3 serving pieces 8 oval soup/dessert spoons Approx. 147.1 total troy oz. weighable 1,000/1,500

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JACOBEAN LIFT-TOP CHEST England, Late 17th/Early 18th Century In oak, with wrought iron hinges. Front carved with stylized foliage and geometric motifs. Capitals carved as man’s heads. Height 26.5”. Width 50.5”. Depth 20.5”. 400/600

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BELLE EPOCH MARQUETRY AND ORMOLU-MOUNTED VITRINE Late 19th Century In the manner of François Linke. Beveled glass door and sides. Inlaid on front and sides with urns and flower. Ormolu borders and feet. Height 61”. Width 27”. 5,000/7,000

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Gentleman with a saddle. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 42” x 25”. Framed 46” x 29”. 500/800

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FRANZ KNEBEL Switzerland, 1809-1877 Expansive landscape with ruins. Signed lower left “F. Knebel ... Roma 1871”. Oil on canvas, 28” x 48.75”. Framed 37.75” x 58.75”. 5,000/8,000

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LEMUEL D. ELDRED Massachusetts, 1848-1921 Caravan in the desert, likely the Sahara. Signed in plate lower left and in pencil lower right “L.D. Eldred”. Pencil sketch remarque lower left of a resting camel. Etching on paper, 16.25” x 26.5” sight. Framed 28” x 38”. 600/900

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FERDINAND PAUTROT France, 1832-1874 A pheasant on a leafy outcrop. Signed “Pautrot”. Bronze, height 12.75”. 500/1,000

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RENÉ HERBST FOR CUSENIER CERAMIC AMPHORA ON STAND France, 1920s Decorated with pale yellow bands against a dark brown ground. With stopper. Signed near base. On a wrought iron stand. Total height 15.5”. 700/1,000

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JEAN DUFY FOR THEODORE HAVILAND “LES PIVOINES” PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE Limoges, France, Circa 1925 Transfer-decorated with reserves of pink and blue roses. Printed factory marks and Dufy signature. Most further marked “Exposition des A.D. Paris 1925”. Consists of: 1 coffeepot 1 teapot 2 covered sugar bowls 2 creamers in different forms 2 sandwich trays 1 covered bowl 16 plates 16 saucers 10 cups 800/1,200

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BJORN WIINBLAD BLUE AND WHITE CERAMIC TULIPIERE Denmark, 1966 Modeled as a head wearing a whimsical hat. In five parts. Base monogrammed, dated and numbered V30. Height 24�. 500/800

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ROLLS-ROYCE SCHNEIDER S6B “SEAPLANE” CAR MASCOT Circa 1930 Limited edition. Marked on float “Rolls-Royce”. Silverplated metal. Height 6”. Wingspan 5”. Mounted on black plastic stand. 1,000/1,500

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“THREE GALLOPING HORSES” CAR MASCOT 1920s By Casimir Brau. Modeled in relief. Signed on base “C. Brau” and stamped “Depose”. Height 4”. Length 5.5”. Mounted on a wooden base. 800/1,000

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“FAUST DIABLO” CAR MASCOT Circa 1931 By R. Varnier, made for a circa 1931 Studebaker. Stamped on base “R. Varnier”. Silver-plated metal. Height 5”. Length 7”. 500/1,000

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“CENTAURIDE” ART DECO CAR MASCOT Circa 1925 By Darel. Stamped on base. Bronze with a nickel-plated silver patina. Height 5.25”. Diameter at base 2”. Attached to a radiator cap and mounted on a turned wooden base. 500/700 All from a Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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JEAN PICART LE DOUX FOR ROBERT FOUR “LUMIERE D’ETE” AUBUSSON TAPESTRY France, Mid-20th Century Wool woven with a dove carrying an olive branch against a sunburst and vining leaves. Number 59 of 100. Signed lower right “Jean Picart le Doux”. Original label hand-signed by Le Doux on the reverse. 48” x 68”. 800/1,200

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ARMANDO AMAYA Mexico, b. 1935 A mother and child. Signed verso “Amaya A/P 1985”. Bronze, height 15”. Marble base. 2,000/3,000

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FRIEDENSREICH HUNDERTWASSER Austria, 1928-2000 “Shadow of the Stars”. Signed, seal marked and dated 1967. Also inscribed “660 Geneve” and numbered 97/150. Color lithograph, 20.5” x 24”. Framed 22” x 25”. 3,000/5,000

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CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 Geometric shapes. Signed and dated verso “Shaw 1936”. Oil on canvas, 18” x 21”. Unframed. 1,500/2,500

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CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 “Force in Space 1950”. Signed lower right “Shaw”. Signed and titled verso. Label on reverse for Robinot Frères. Oil on canvas, 36” x 24”. Unframed. 2,500/3,500

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Session I Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 10 a.m. Lots 1-339

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ESCADA BLACK LAMB’S WOOL COAT Embellished with grommets, beads, sequins, embroidery and leather floss. Size 38. 300/400

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EMPORIO ARMANI WOMAN’S MINK COAT Dyed a deep purple with leather ruffles. 200/300

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GIVENCHY DYED MINK STOLE Two-tone purple mink “beads” strung in an “X” design. Length 90”. 150/250

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ERDEM GOLD BROCADE DRESS WITH MULTICOLORED FLORAL DESIGN Long sleeve. Bodice with four bows. A-line knee-length skirt with central inverted pleat. Size 8. 200/300

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ALC NAVY MAXI DRESS Mock neck. Bodice inset with triangular crocheted panel. Sleeveless. Outer 58% viscose/42% acetate. Lining 100% silk. Size 6. 150/250

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ALC NAVY BLOUSE Mock neck. Bodice inset with triangular crocheted panel. Sleeveless. Outer 58% viscose/42% acetate. Lining 100% silk. Size 4. 100/200

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OSCAR DE LA RENTA NAVY SILK GOWN Strapless ruched bodice. Floor-length. Size 6.

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OSCAR DE LA RENTA FLAME RED SILK EVENING GOWN Strapless, with mermaid skirt and train. Front with floral fuschia appliqué and embroidery. Size 14. 500/1,000

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TWO TIFFANY & CO. BICOLOR MECHANICAL PENCILS Both with T-form clips. Lengths 5.25”. Includes a Tiffany & Co. box. 150/250

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VINTAGE TIFFANY & CO. HANDBAG Italy, Circa 1985 Black leather with concentric stitched design on the flap. “T” closure. Length 9.75”. 300/500

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VINTAGE CHANEL QUILTED LAMBSKIN FLAP BAG France, Circa 1985 Navy blue with burgundy leather and silk faille interior. Convertible double-chain strap. Numbered 176013. Length 9.75”. 400/600

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CHANEL DENIM TOTE BAG Serial number 4671944. Quilted interlocking “C”s on front. Double partial-chain straps. Two interior zippered compartments. Length 16”. Includes original dust bag. 700/1,000

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BALENCIAGA LEATHER AND STRAW TOTE BAG Black leather and burnt umber-dyed straw. Mirror fob. Exterior zippered pocket and interior pocket. Length 16”. Includes original tags, dust bag and box. 200/300

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STEPHEN GIBBS NANTUCKET BASKET FRIENDSHIP PURSE Nantucket, 1960s Cover with carved seagull mounted to an ebony plaque. Branded maker’s mark on underside. Length 11”. 700/1,000

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PETITE STANLEY ROOP NANTUCKET BASKET FRIENDSHIP PURSE 1964 Cover with a spouting whale and waves on an ebony plaque. Underside inscribed “Jenna Roop Christmas 1964 by Stanley M. Roop”. Height inclusive of handle 8.5”. Length 6.5”. 500/700

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SANDY CIFRANIC NANTUCKET BASKET FRIENDSHIP PURSE 1992 Cover with a carved seagull on a walnut plaque. Underside inscribed “Sandy Cifranic Nantucket Island 1992”. Height inclusive of handle 11.25”. Length 8.5”. 250/350

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GEORGIAN GOLD, DIAMOND AND SILVER RING Second Half of the 18th Century/Early 19th Century Central old-cut diamond, approx. 8.0mm x 7.6mm x 4.2mm, framed by 14 smaller diamonds. Shank set with six graduated diamonds. Size 5½. 1,000/2,000

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PAIR OF ANTIQUE SILVER, SAPPHIRE, RUBY, EMERALD AND AQUAMARINE BROOCHES Late 18th/Early 19th Century Formed as stylized branches supporting scrolling foliage. Marks rubbed. Lengths 3.5”. 200/300

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TWO PAIRS OF GEORGIAN PASTE SHOE BUCKLES England, Circa 1780 1) Oval, with steel setting. Length 2”. 2) Oval, with concentric garland swags and copper setting. Length 2”. 200/300

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VINTAGE BOTTEGA VENETA LAMBSKIN HANDBAG Italy, 1980s Deep olive green color, with signature woven design on front, flap and back. Knotted strap. Interior with central zippered compartment. Length 10.25”. 200/300

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ANTIQUE FRENCH GOLD, DIAMOND, RUBY AND SILVER “LE COQ ET LE RENARD” BROOCH Silver rooster and fox head, set with old mine-cut diamonds and ruby eyes, on a ladder with a labeled and articulated banner. Lacking maker’s mark. French guarantee marks. Austro-Hungarian import marks. Length 2.25”. 200/400 ANTIQUE FRENCH GOLD, DIAMOND, RUBY, EMERALD AND SAPPHIRE BROOCH 19th Century Formed as a bouquet of five flowers tied with a ribbon. Set with four champagne diamonds, 54 white diamonds, six rubies, five emeralds and four sapphires. Double-struck with an illegible maker’s mark. French guarantee mark. Length 1.75”. 2,000/2,500 ITALIAN MICROMOSAIC BROOCH Late 19th Century Depicts two doves holding a wreath in their beaks. Length 1.5”. 200/300 PAIR OF CESARE TOMBINI GOLD ETRUSCAN REVIVAL CUFF BRACELETS Rome, 19th Century Hinged, with wire and beaded strapwork. Unmarked. Interior circumference 6”. Approx. 27.79 dwt. Includes original box. 500/1,000

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ANTIQUE SHELL CAMEO BRACELET Eight links carved with bust portraits of classical women. Clasp partially stamped “NE”. Length 6.75”. 200/300

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VICTORIAN GOLD AND AGATE CAMEO BROOCH 1870s Well-carved cameo depicts an elegant woman against a teal ground. Openwork setting features palmettes and an articulated pendant swag. Unmarked. Length 2.75”. 1,000/1,500

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ANTIQUE ITALIAN GOLD AND CORAL BRACELET 19th Century Wide panther link band with a bouquet-filled oval clasp. Unmarked. Length 6.75”. 800/1,200

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GOLD, SHELL CAMEO, TOURMALINE AND SEED PEARL PENDANT/BROOCH Late 19th Century Cameo depicts a young woman with flowers in her hair. Length 1.75”. 500/700

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ANTIQUE HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN, GOLD, PEARL AND ENAMEL BROOCH 19th Century Oval plaque in the style of KPM, depicting a German boy. Unmarked. Height 2.75”. 700/1,000

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ANTIQUE GOLD AND DIAMOND CIPHER SLIDE Formed as the monogram “SJM”. Unmarked. Length 1”. With a later chain. 400/600

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VICTORIAN GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING Rose-cut stone, approx. 4.8mm x 4.8mm x 3.2mm, prong-set on a band with scrolling foliage and beading. Unmarked. Size 4½. 700/900

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ANTIQUE BICOLOR GOLD, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING 19th Century Central emerald cabochon, approx. 9mm x 6.8mm x 3.6mm, surrounded by 40 old mine-cut diamonds set in an openwork design. Unmarked. Size 8. 600/800

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VICTORIAN GARNET BRACELET Bohemia, 19th Century With snap closure. Length 6”. 80/120

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TWO ANTIQUE CULTURED PEARL NECKLACES 1) Seed pearls strung in a fine rope-twist. 10kt gold clasp. Length 15”. 2) Graduated pearl beads strung on a white-metal chain. Length 16”. 150/250

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FIVE ANTIQUE PINS Unmarked. 1) Gold, seed pearl, diamond, ruby and enamel, depicting a rampant lion. Diameter 1”. 2) Gold, black onyx and seed pearl. 3) Gold, enamel and seed pearl fleur-de-lis. 4) Sterling silver and enamel fleur-de-lis. 5) Daisy set with paste. 500/700

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VICTORIAN HAIRWORK AND GOLD-FILLED BRACELET 19th Century Hair in an intricate rope-twist and honeycomb design. Clasp with locket and presentation inscription. Interior circumference 5.5”. 250/350

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NINE PIECES OF ANTIQUE JEWELRY 1) Art Nouveau 14kt gold, opal and diamond ring. Size 3. 2) 14kt gold and seed pearl bar pin. Length 2”. 3) Gold and turquoise ring. Size 6. 4) Gold and synthetic sapphire ring. Size 5¾. 5) 14kt gold, cultured pearl and green paste ring. Size 5. 6) Gold, pink tourmaline and diamond ring. Size 5. 7) 14kt gold band. Size 4½. 8) 10kt gold ring. Size 2. Includes box. 9) Gold-filled adjustable child’s bracelet. 200/300

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ANTIQUE 14KT GOLD, SEED PEARL AND RED TOURMALINE BAR PIN Mounted with a fleur-de-lis. Length 2.25”. Approx. 4.40 total dwt. 150/250 FIVE PIECES OF ANTIQUE JEWELRY 1) Gold hairwork brooch. Inscribed “December 25, 1857”. Unmarked. Length 1.5”. Purchased from N.L. Shaw & Co., Mystic, Connecticut. 2) Gold and shell cameo brooch, carved as a classical maiden with a grape wreath in her hair. Unmarked. Length 1.75”. 3) Brooch featuring a portrait miniature surrounded by paste. Gold-filled case. Length 1”. 4) Pair of .900 silver-gilt and garnet earrings with screw backs. Lengths 1.25”. 5) Pair of gold-filled and shell cameo earrings with screw backs. 300/500

46.

BULGARIAN GOLD, DIAMOND, DEMANTOID GARNET, RUBY AND ENAMEL ORDER OF CIVIL MERIT MEDAL Late 19th/Early 20th Century A Maltese cross adorned with thistles is suspended from a crown and banner. Pavé-set with old mine-cut diamonds. Cyrillic writing on reverse. Lacking maker’s mark or hallmarks. Length 3”. 1,000/2,000

47.

ART NOUVEAU GOLD, BAROQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE Three cream-colored pearls, a pendant pale pink textured pearl, and four bezel-set diamonds. Hand-chased foliate setting. Unmarked. Length 15.5”. Includes original box for retailer E.A. Brown Co., St. Paul. 600/900

48.

EDWARDIAN PLATINUM, 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND BROOCH Pierced setting with 15 diamonds, the largest approx. 3mm x 2.2mm. Length 1.5”. 600/900

49.

EDWARDIAN 14KT WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND SEED PEARL BROOCH Oval, filled with a basket of flowers. Length 2.5”. 400/600

50.

EDWARDIAN GOLD AND SAPPHIRE RING Early 20th Century Oval cornflower blue stone bezel-set with openwork shank. Size 7. 200/300

51.

EDWARDIAN WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND BROOCH Intricate filigree setting featuring three bezel-set rose-cut diamonds, each approx. 4.2mm x 3.0mm, and 32 small diamonds. Unmarked. Length 2.25”. 1,500/2,500

52.

ART DECO PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING Central bezel-set, rose-cut diamond, approx. 6.0mm x 4.2mm, in a square openwork setting with 14 diamonds and four sapphires. Maker’s mark rubbed. Size 7¼. 2,000/3,000

53.

ART DECO 14KT BICOLOR GOLD, CORAL AND DIAMOND RING Oval coral, carved with an openwork bird and flower design, flanked by two diamond baguettes. Foliate shank. Size 6¾. 300/500

41.

VICTORIAN 14KT GOLD BAR PIN With central knotted tree branch. Unmarked. Length 2”. Approx. 2.53 dwt. 250/350

42.

ANTIQUE 14KT GOLD AND AMETHYST BROOCH America, Early 20th Century Oval stone, approx. 22mm x 15mm x 9mm, bezel-set and framed by a gold braid. Length 1”. 300/400

43.

ANTIQUE 14KT GOLD LORGNETTE GLASSES Case monogrammed on one side. Lacking maker’s mark. Closed length 4.25”. Includes short fob chain. Approx. 17.37 dwt. 300/500

54.

ANTIQUE GOLD PINCE NEZ With chain and pin attachment. Unmarked. Length 3.75”. In a wooden box for W.E. Wright, Jeweler and Optician, Keene, New Hampshire. Box length 5.5”. 200/300

14KT GOLD AND ENAMEL BRACELET Circa 1930 Green and black bar links with a single monogrammed book-form charm containing three photographs. Length 7.5”. Approx. 7.58 dwt. 300/500

55.

ART DECO CZECH VAUXHALL GLASS NECKLACE 1920s Together with a later costume brooch with similar glass insets. Necklace with rectangular green links cut with a radiating design. Unmarked. Length 16”. 150/250

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NINETEEN PIECES OF GOLD AND GOLD-FILLED JEWELRY 1) 14kt gold band with openwork anchor and swag design. Maker’s mark “W.L.” Size 5¾. 2) 14kt gold watch case. 3) Fine 14kt gold chain. 4) 10kt gold bar pin. 5) Circa 1860 gold and gold-filled locket. 6) Key-shape gold-filled mechanical pencil. 7-11) Five gold-filled pins. 12-14) Three shell cameos, one loose. 15) Gold-filled thimble. 16) Pair of unmarked gold and turquoise earrings with screw backs. 17-18) Two unmarked bands. 19) Miniature diploma. Approx. 5.18 total dwt. weighable. 400/600

SWEDISH 18KT GOLD AND ENAMEL ROYAL ORDER OF VASA MEDAL 1947 Medal length 2.25”. Approx. 10.36 total dwt. 200/300

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56.

PAIR OF SHEFFIELD VINTAGE GOLD-FILLED WATCH CUFF LINKS Mid-20th Century One a watch, the other designed to look like the back of a watch case. Diameters 0.75”. Includes original box. 300/500

57.

EIGHT PIECES OF JEWELRY 1-3) Three vintage pieces with heavy links: a necklace with green paste, a bracelet with purple paste, and earrings with cultured pearls. 4-6) Two 14kt gold and lapis lazuli bracelets and one earring. 7) Costume brooch set with rose quartz and agate. 8) Faux Gruen man’s stainless steel wrist watch. Made in Hong Kong. Length 8”. 250/350

65.

PAIR OF MID-CENTURY 14KT GOLD AND LAPIS LAZULI CUFF LINKS Lapis lazuli approx. 18mm x 11.6mm x 7mm. 500/700

66.

VINTAGE TWO-PIECE 18KT GOLD DEMI-PARURE Includes a bracelet formed as four chains with rectangular beads and ending in tassels, total length 9.5”, and a pair of screw-back earrings with matching rectangular beads in three graduated columns, lengths 2”. Lacking maker’s marks. Approx. 62.25 total dwt. 3,000/5,000

67.

BULGARI 18KT BICOLOR GOLD BOX Italy, Mid-20th Century Ribbed case with alternating bands of rose and yellow gold. Length 1.5”. Approx. 29.37 dwt. 2,000/2,500

68.

BRUTALIST 14KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY RING Circa 1970 Seven brilliant-cut diamonds and eight rubies. Largest diamond approx. 4.4mm x 3.2mm. Maker’s mark “K&R”. Size 7¾. Approx. 8.04 total dwt. 1,000/1,500

69.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND MABÉ PEARL EARRINGS AND A COCKTAIL RING Mid-20th Century Foliate settings. Earrings with clip backs. Ring size 5. 900/1,200

70.

VINTAGE 14KT GOLD, CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND BYPASS RING Formed as two overlapping blossoms joined by four small diamonds. Size 7. 300/500

71.

THREE-PIECE GOLD, PINK ZIRCON, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL DEMI-PARURE Mid-20th Century and Earlier Includes a pendant, length 1.75”, a cocktail ring, size 6¼, and screw-back earrings, lengths 1.5”, with foliate settings. Lacking maker’s marks. 5,000/7,000

VINTAGE 18KT GOLD AND SYNTHETIC CORUNDUM COCKTAIL RING Oval stone, approx. 20mm x 14mm x 8mm, in a setting with numerous prongs and an openwork band. Size 7¾. 200/300

72.

14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND SEED PEARL BROOCH/ PENDANT Floriform setting with central cornflower blue sapphire, length 1”. On a 16” fine box chain, approx. 1.91 dwt. 300/500

VINTAGE WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL RING Formed as a crescent moon set with eight diamonds cradling a pearl and three brilliant-cut diamonds. Faint gray pearl approx. 10mm. Unmarked. Size 5½. 2,000/3,000

73.

SCHLUMBERGER-STYLE 14KT GOLD, CITRINE, DIAMOND AND RUBY BROOCH Late 20th Century Faceted citrine, approx. 23mm x 16mm x 10mm, surmounted by a pavé-set branch and bird. Length 1.75”. 300/500

62.

GOLD, JADE AND SEED PEARL RING Rope-twist setting. Size 5.

74.

63.

GOLD AND RUBY BROOCH Apparently unmarked. Length 2.25”.

64.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND CITRINE EARRINGS Mid-20th Century Both stones approx. 8.0mm x 6.0mm x 3.4mm. The gold with naturalistic applied beads. Omega clip backs. Lengths 1”. Approx. 9.86 total dwt. 500/700

THREE 14KT GOLD, DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND RUBY INSECT PINS All with unidentified maker’s marks. Both larger examples by the same maker, with a single diamond surrounded by a mêlée of 19 sapphires or rubies. Lengths 1”. The third by a second maker, and pavé-set with 19 diamonds. Length 0.75”. 1,500/2,000

75.

BRACELET COMPOSED OF 7 ANCIENT-TYPE COINS Linchpin closure. Length 8”. 400/600

58.

59.

60.

61.

FOUR PIECES OF JEWELRY FEATURING CULTURED OR IMITATION GRAY PEARLS 1) Necklace with cultured pearls and 10kt gold clasp. Length 16.5”. 2) Pair of gold-filled clip-back earrings with a cluster of faux pearls. 3) Necklace with sterling silver clasp and graduated faux pearl beads and paste. Length 16.5”. 4) 10kt gold bypass ring set with two baroque pearls. Size 5½. 200/300 TEN PIECES OF COSTUME JEWELRY 1) Carved rose quartz plaque on gold chain. 2) Chinese silver and carved carnelian charm. 3-4) Mr. We necklace and similar brooch. 5) Limoges enameled plaque depicting a daisy. On a 14kt gold chain. 6) Double strand of faux pearls with cameo clasp. 7-8) Two rhinestone necklaces. 9) Silver-tone necklace with faux turquoise and lapis. 10) Rope-twist mesh necklace. 150/250

250/350

Mid-20th Century 300/500

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77.

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U.S. INDIAN HEAD TWO AND A HALF DOLLAR GOLD COIN BRACELET Composed of six coins dating from 1908-1926. Clasp with bird and prunus branch design and Chinese character marks. Length 6.5”. Approx. 25.99 dwt. 1,200/1,800 GOLD COIN BRACELET Composed of two Liberty Head dollar coins, two Liberty Head three dollar coins, one Indian Head two and a half dollar coin, one Liberty Head two and a half dollar coin and one Liberty Head ten dollar coin. 14kt gold clasp. Length 6.5”. Approx. 27.09 dwt. 1,200/1,800

79.

1880 U.S. LIBERTY HEAD TEN DOLLAR COIN SET AS A PENDANT Total diameter 1.75”. Approx. 17.60 total dwt. 500/800

80.

14KT GOLD BRACELET WITH 8 GOLD COIN CHARMS Bracelet with eight pretzel-form links. Length 7.5”. Charms include an 1812 French twenty franc coin, an 1798 Irish coin, an 1862 U.S. Liberty Head two and a half dollar coin, an 1897 Russian fifteen rouble coin, a 1908 French twenty franc coin, a 1930 Swiss twenty franc coin, an 1827 French twenty franc coin and an 1881 U.S. Liberty Head five dollar coin. Six coins with decorative mounts. Approx. 61.14 total dwt. 3,000/4,000

81.

FAUX BULGARI 14KT WHITE AND YELLOW GOLD CUFF BRACELET Interior diameter 2.5”. Approx. 24.29 dwt. 300/500

82.

14KT GOLD, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING Step-cut emerald, approx. 10.0mm x 9.6mm x 8.0mm, flanked by two trillion-cut diamonds. Size 6. 400/600

83.

84.

85.

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14KT GOLD AND EMPEROR CONSTANTINE COIN PENDANT Coin with worn surface and verdigris patina. Rubbed maker’s mark on side of setting. Total diameter 1.25”. On a 38” 18kt gold rope twist chain. Chain approx. 18.09 dwt. 400/600

14KT GOLD AND EMERALD PENDANT Pear-shaped emerald, approx. 17mm x 12mm x 7mm. On a 21” 14kt gold chain. Approx. 4.56 dwt. 800/1,200 PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND SAPPHIRE KNOT-FORM EARRINGS Post backs. Lengths 0.5”. Includes a Gump’s box. 300/500 14KT WHITE AND YELLOW GOLD, AMETHYST AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING Amethyst, approx. 11.8mm x 9.8mm x 6.4mm, surrounded by a diamond mêlée. Size 6½. 600/800 TWO CAMELOT 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND BANDS Both with eight channel-set brilliant-cut diamonds. Both size 8½. Approx. 5.52 total dwt. 1,000/1,500

87.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND HOOP EARRINGS Both with eight channel-set brilliant-cut diamonds. Omega backs. Lengths 1”. 300/500

88.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND EMERALD EARRINGS Emeralds approx. 8.0mm x 8.0mm. For pierced ears. 150/250

89.

FOUR GOLD RINGS 1-2) Two 14kt gold bands with navy blue enamel and raised beads. Size 7. 3) 14kt gold wedding band with lengthy inscription. Size 10. 4) 18kt gold wedding band with inscription. Size 10¼. Approx. 10.56 total dwt. 200/300

90.

ITALIAN 14KT GOLD BRACELET Alternating oval and X-form links. Length 7”. Approx. 9.25 dwt. 200/300

91.

14KT GOLD CHARM BRACELET With five charms: three 14kt gold, one unmarked antique tricolor gold, and one brass. Length 7.25”. Approx. 13.73 total dwt. 200/300

92.

THREE-PIECE 14KT GOLD, BAROQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND DEMI-PARURE Together with a fine 18” 14kt gold chain. Demi-parure includes a pendant, length 1.5”, and a pair of screwback earrings, lengths 1.25”, set with small diamonds and gold tendrils, as well as a bracelet with eight oblong pearls, length 7.75”. 600/900

93.

THREE-PIECE 14KT GOLD AND ONYX DEMI-PARURE Includes a bracelet, and a pendant and earrings set with small diamonds. Bracelet length 7.5”. Pendant length 1.25”. Includes original box and paperwork for retailer Maui Divers Jewelry, Honolulu. 300/500

94.

14KT GOLD AND AMETHYST PENDANT AND RING Together with one similar earring. Pendant, length 1.25”, on a 19.5” 14kt gold chain. Ring size 6. 700/1,000

95.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN Brilliant-cut stone approx. 5.2mm x 3.2mm. On an 18” snake chain, approx. 3.05 dwt. 400/600

96.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND HEART-FORM PENDANT ON CHAIN Pendant set with 34 small diamonds. Length 0.75”. On a 16” wheat link chain, approx. 1.50 dwt. 100/200

97.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND HEART-FORM PENDANT Set with 20 small diamonds. Length 1”. On a gold-filled chain. 200/300

98.

18KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Three brilliant-cut stones flanked by four small diamonds. Size 7½. 200/400

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99.

18KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING Central stone, approx. 4.4mm x 2.6mm, flanked by two small bezel-set diamonds. Floriform band. Size 7¼. 150/250

100.

GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Set with six stones. Size 5¼.

101.

102.

113.

14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING Thick band with a very elevated setting. Sapphire, approx. 10.6mm x 9.4mm x 8.8mm, flanked by two trillion-cut diamonds. Size 7¼. Approx. 8.77 total dwt. 300/500

150/250

114.

CECLA PARIS GOLD AND CORAL NECKLACE Five strands of coral beads with an oval clasp. French guarantee mark. Length 16”. Includes a Cecla Paris box. 400/600

WOVEN 22KT GOLD RING Herringbone design joined by a beaded band. Lacking maker’s mark. Size 7. Approx. 3.41 dwt. 250/350

115.

18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL RING Three bezel-set diamonds framed by black enamel rings. Size 6½. Approx. 4.53 total dwt. 200/300

116.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Brilliant-cut diamond, diameter approx. 4.4mm, in an S-curve setting. Maker’s mark “S&S”. Size 6. 300/400

117.

THREE PIECES OF 14KT GOLD AND SHELL CAMEO JEWELRY Two pairs of earrings for pierced ears, and a ring, size 6. 100/200

118.

FOUR GOLD RINGS 1) Gold and channel-set diamond eternity band. Unmarked. Size 6. 2) Gold and channel-set emerald eternity band. Unmarked. Size 5¾. 3) 14kt gold with 11 channel-set diamonds. Size 7. 4) 18kt gold beaded band. Size 6¼. Approx. 2.19 dwt. 400/800

119.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD SCALLOP SHELL-FORM EARRINGS For pierced ears. Lengths 0.75”. Approx 2.95 dwt. 100/200

120.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND JADE EARRINGS For pierced ears. Lengths 0.5”.

121.

14KT GOLD AND EMERALD RING Emerald-cut stone approx. 13.0mm x 11.0mm x 7.2mm. Size 6½. 300/500

122.

PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS-STYLE 14KT GOLD, CULTURED PEARL AND SHELL EARCLIPS Signed “MAZ”. Lengths 0.75”. 500/1,000

123.

PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS-STYLE 14KT GOLD, TURQUOISE AND TURBO SHELL EARCLIPS Signed “MAZ”. Lengths 1”. 500/1,000

124.

PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS-STYLE 14KT GOLD, CORAL AND TURBO SHELL EARCLIPS Signed “MAZ”. Lengths 1”. 500/1,000

125.

THREE PEARL NECKLACES 1-2) Two strands of graduated cultured pearls, one with 14kt white gold clasp and the other with a 10kt white gold clasp. Lengths 15” and 16”. 3) Faux pearl strand. 300/600

PAIR OF CHARLES TURI 18KT GOLD AND CORAL EARCLIPS Oval cabochons surrounded by an overlapping strapwork setting. Omega backs. Lengths 1”. Includes box and copy of receipt from retailer Betteridge Jewelers, Greenwich, Connecticut. 500/700

103.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING With five diamonds. Size 6¼.

104.

14KT GOLD GYPSY-SET DIAMOND RING Brilliant-cut diamond approx. 4.8mm x 3.2mm. Rubbed maker’s mark. Size 9. 300/500

105.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS AND RING Earrings for pierced ears. Ring size 4¾. 300/500

106.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND FLORIFORM RING Set with a mêlée of diamonds. Size 7. 600/800

107.

200/300

LEVIAN 18KT WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY BYPASS RING Pavé-set diamonds and mystery-set rubies on a substantial domed band. Size 8½. 2,000/2,500

108.

PLATINUM AND DIAMOND ETERNITY BAND In an openwork foliate design. Unmarked. Size 7. 200/300

109.

ITALIAN 14KT GOLD WOVEN MESH BRACELET Length 8”. Width 0.75”. Approx. 28.27 dwt. 1,500/2,500

110.

GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING Brilliant-cut diamond approx. 7.0mm x 4.4mm. Size 5¾. 800/1,200

111.

112.

ETOILE-STYLE 18KT GOLD AND DIAMOND BAND Set with 11 diamonds. Size 6½. Approx. 2.54 total dwt. 200/300 PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE ETERNITY BAND Two channel-set circular diamonds alternating with two square sapphires. Unmarked. Size 6½. 200/300

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100/200

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126.

PLATINUM, TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING Deep red-brown tourmaline, approx. 13.0mm x 9.8mm x 4.6mm, flanked by tapered step-cut diamonds. Size 7. 400/600

127.

14KT GOLD AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Pearls approx. 6mm. Length 17.5”. 200/300

128.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Pearls approx. 6mm. Length 16.5”. 200/300

129.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET Thirty-nine brilliant-cut diamonds in three-prong settings. Floriform clasp with four marquise-cut diamonds. Length 6.75”. 800/1,200

130.

131.

132.

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14KT GOLD OMEGA NECKLACE With large clasp. Length 16”. Approx. 6.88 dwt.

400/600

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND MAN’S RING Brilliant-cut diamond approx. 4.6mm x 2.8mm. Size 12½. 1,200/1,800 14KT GOLD BRACELET With scallop shell-form links. Length 7.5”. Approx. 8.21 dwt. 600/800

139.

GOLD, DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET ATTRIBUTED TO KURT WAYNE Floriform and ovoid links. Serial number 48941, otherwise unmarked. Length 6.75”. Includes original Neiman Marcus box. 5,000/7,000

140.

18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND EMERALD RING ATTRIBUTED TO KURT WAYNE Wave-form band set with 18 diamonds and ten emeralds. Serial number 36765. Size 5. 2,000/3,000

141.

14KT GOLD AND CULTURED GRAY PEARL NECKLACE Graduated pearls approx. 8mm to 11mm. Length 17.5”. 500/700

142.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Size 4. 1,800/2,200

143.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Size 5.

144.

FRATERNAL ORDER 14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Size 11. Approx. 5.28 total dwt. 400/600

145.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Band set with five brilliant-cut diamonds. Size 7.

146.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Central marquise-cut diamond, approx. 6.0mm long, flanked by eight channel-set diamonds. Size 6¾. 500/600

147.

14KT WHITE GOLD, AMETHYST AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING Fourteen brilliant-cut diamonds. Squared band. Size 8½. 400/500

500/700

300/400

133.

14KT BICOLOR GOLD AND SAPPHIRE RING First Half of the 20th Century Faceted and bezel-set cornflower blue sapphire approx. 11mm x 9mm x 5mm. Size 5¾. 300/500

134.

PAIR OF 14KT BICOLOR GOLD AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS For pierced ears. Lengths 1.25”. 600/800

135.

14KT GOLD BRACELET Basket-weave design flanked by rope twists. Length 7.5”. Approx. 25.41 dwt. 800/1,200

148.

PAIR OF 18KT GOLD, AMETHYST AND CUBIC ZIRCONIA EARRINGS For pierced ears. Lengths 0.75”. 400/500

136.

GOLD, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING Emerald-cut emerald, approx. 6.6mm x 4.8mm x 3.0mm, flanked by eight small diamonds. Size 7. 1,000/1,500

149.

VINTAGE 18KT GOLD SNAKE-FORM RING Size 6¼. Approx. 4.95 total dwt.

137.

18KT GOLD, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING Pale green emerald, approx. 7.6mm x 5.2mm x 4.2mm, flanked by 16 small diamonds. Size 6¾. 1,000/1,500

150.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Central marquise-cut diamond, approx. 7.6mm long, in an S-curve setting channel-set with baguette diamonds. Size 4½. 1,000/1,500

138.

PAIR OF KURT WAYNE 18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND EMERALD EARCLIPS Flame-form, both set with nine brilliant-cut diamonds and seven emeralds. Omega backs. SIgned and numbered 7301. Lengths 1”. Includes a Neiman Marcus box. 2,500/3,500

300/500

150A. 14KT GOLD, ROCK CRYSTAL AND DIAMOND PENDANT AND RING Ribbed and frosted with bird-form settings. Pendant on a 14kt white gold chain, maximum length 17”. Ring size 5¼. 800/1,200

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151.

14KT GOLD AND MALACHITE PENDANT Carved as a disk. Diameter 2”.

152.

18KT GOLD RIBBON-FORM BROOCH Fourth Quarter of the 20th Century Maker’s mark “FB”. Length 3”. Approx. 3.39 dwt. 150/250

153.

BYZANTINE-STYLE 18KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND PINK SPINEL CROSS PENDANT Set with six oval bezel-set sapphires and 19 small spinels. Crown maker’s mark. Length 1.5”. 700/1,000

154.

155.

156.

157.

158.

159.

160.

161.

162.

163.

DAVID YURMAN “QUATREFOIL” 18KT WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND CHALCEDONY PENDANT Length 1.5”. 600/900

164.

PAIR OF DAVID YURMAN “QUATREFOIL” 18KT WHITE GOLD, CHALCEDONY AND DIAMOND EARRINGS Lengths 0.5”. 300/500

165.

14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BYPASS RING Two trillion-cut sapphires and six small diamonds. Size 8½. 500/700

14KT GOLD, AMETHYST AND DIAMOND RING Emerald-cut amethyst, approx. 9.6mm x 7.6mm x 4.6mm, surrounded by a mêlée of pavé and channel set diamonds. Size approx. 6¾. 200/300

166.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Fourteen small diamonds set in graduated rows, approx. 1.0 total carat. Size 8½. 300/500

GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Snake-form setting. Largest diamond approx. 6.0mm diameter. Three additional gypsy-set diamonds. Size 4¾. 1,800/2,200

167.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND HEART-FORM LOCKET ON CHAIN Locket set with three small diamonds, length 1”. Approx. 3.38 total dwt. 300/500

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING Marquise-cut diamond, approx. length 7.0mm, flanked by six tension-mounted diamonds. Maker’s mark “FR”. Size 6¾. 1,000/1,500

168.

18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY BYPASS RING Set with a pear-cut ruby, approx. 6.6mm x 5.2mm x 2.0mm, and 16 step-cut diamonds. Size 7¼. 2,000/3,000

169.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Central prong-set diamond and 16 channel-set diamonds. Maker’s mark “FD”. Size 6¼. 1,000/1,500

170.

14KT WHITE GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING Set with five sapphires and eight diamonds. Size 6. 100/200

171.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING AND WEDDING BAND Size 5½. 200/300

172.

TWO GOLD AND DIAMOND ETERNITY BANDS 1) 14kt gold. Size 8. 2) Unmarked. Size 7¼. 100/200

173.

PAIR OF ANGELA CUMMINGS FOR TIFFANY & CO. 18KT GOLD EARRINGS Copyrighted 1981 Concave and convex sponge forms. For pierced ears, with omega backs. Diameters 1”. Approx. 9.03 dwt. Includes a Tiffany & Co. pouch and box. 1,500/2,000

174.

TIFFANY & CO. 18KT GOLD NECKLACE Heavy banded oval link. Length 16.25”. Approx. 51.17 dwt. Includes original Tiffany & Co. case and box. 3,000/5,000

175.

PAIR OF CARTIER 18KT TRICOLOR GOLD “TRINITY” HOOP EARRINGS Serial number C57090. Diameters 0.75”. Approx. 12.16 dwt. Includes original Cartier box. 1,000/1,500

100/200

THREE PIECES OF CORAL BEAD JEWELRY 1) Necklace with large sterling silver pendant. Length 17”. 2) Necklace with floriform coral beads, jade beads and a 14kt gold clasp. Length 16”. 3) Pair of 18kt gold stud earrings with floriform coral drops. 300/500 LORENZO 18KT GOLD, EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING Emerald, approx. 6.2mm x 5.0mm x 3.0mm, flanked by a diamond mêlée. Size 6¾. 600/900 14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Pavé-set with 35 small diamonds. Maker’s mark “HIT”. Size 7. 500/700 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Mêlée of mystery-set diamonds. Size 6½.

300/500

THREE RINGS 1) Vintage gold and diamond ring in a buckle design with six diamonds. Size 2½. 2) Vintage gold and diamond ring “ITT” with small diamond and bifurcated rope-twist band. Size 1½. 3) Sterling silver and enamel ring. Size 5¾. 200/300 DAVID YURMAN 18KT BICOLOR GOLD CUFF BRACELET Two yellow gold rope twists flank a slender white gold band, joined by two reeded bands. Interior circumference 7”. Approx. 27.45 dwt. 1,500/2,000

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14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING With 11 small channel-set diamonds. Size 8.

177.

WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND RED TOURMALINE RING Featuring a trillion-cut tourmaline and 14 channel-set diamonds. Size 8½. 500/700

350/450

178.

THIRTY-THREE FACETED OPAL BEADS In graduated sizes from 7mm to 17mm.

1,200/1,800

179.

14KT GOLD CHAIN NECKLACE Fine curb link. Length 24”. Approx. 9.34 dwt.

100/200

180.

LONG STRAND OF CULTURED PEARLS Tear-form cream-colored pearls. Gold and diamond threaded clasp. Length 93”. 500/700

181.

14KT GOLD, SEED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE Retailed by Gold Crown Shop Rosamaria, Bellagio, Italy. Eighteen strands. Length 16”. Includes original box. 400/600

182.

14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING Step-cut sapphire, approx. 5.0mm x 5.0mm x 3.0mm, flanked by two brilliant-cut diamonds, both approx. 4.0mm x 2.0mm. Size 7¼. 700/1,000

183.

14KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING Emerald-cut sapphire, approx. 5.8mm x 4.2mm x 3.2mm, flanked by six graduated step-cut diamonds. Size 5½. 500/700

184.

PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND MABÉ PEARL EARRINGS For unpierced ears, with omega backs. Diameters 0.75”. 500/700

185.

14KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET Five marquise-cut emeralds alternate with eight small diamonds. Length 7”. Approx. 3.14 total dwt. 400/500

186.

14KT YELLOW GOLD AND KNOTWORK NECKLACE With 66 5mm yellow gold beads and 31 knotted silk beads. Length 24”. 200/300

187.

14KT WHITE GOLD, AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING Oval aquamarine, approx. 8.0mm x 6.0mm x 3.6mm, surrounded by 14 small diamonds. Size 3¾. 300/500

188.

BULGARI “SERPENTI” 18KT ROSE GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Numbered PC52VV. Size 5½ (expands slightly). Includes original box, case, traveling pouch and authenticity card. 3,000/4,000

189.

PAIR OF BULGARI “DIVAS’ DREAM” 18KT ROSE GOLD, DIAMOND AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL EARRINGS Numbered NKT1Z1. Length 1.75”. Includes original box, case, traveling pouches and authenticity card. 2,500/3,500

190.

THREE GOLD AND GEM-SET RINGS 1) 18kt gold, ruby and diamond ring. Ruby, approx. 7.2mm x 7.0mm x 1.8mm, surrounded by ten diamonds. Size 6½. 2) 14kt gold and yellow topaz ring. Pale topaz approx. 12.2mm x 11.0mm x 8.8mm. Size 6. 3) 14kt white gold, diamond and black diamond ring. Size 7¼. 300/500

191.

FIVE PIECES OF JEWELRY 1) 14kt gold charm bracelet with four 14kt gold charms. Length 7.5”. 2) 14kt gold ring setting. Includes a box from Tiffany & Co., Fifth Ave. and 37th Street. 3) Antique gold, black onyx and diamond ring. Size 3¾. 4) Antique bow-form cut steel brooch. Length 2.25”. 5) Amethyst and paste ring. Size 5½. Approx. 11.66 total dwt. weighable. 300/500

192.

THREE-PIECE 14KT GOLD AND TOURMALINE DEMI-PARURE With deep red-brown tourmalines. Includes a pair of omegaback earrings, the stones approx. 13.6mm x 9.4mm x 4.4mm, a bracelet with 15 tourmalines alternating with X-form links set with small diamonds, length 8”, and a ring set with three tourmalines separated by diamond mêlée, size 7½. Earrings in Gump’s box. 500/700

193.

14KT GOLD, CULTURED PEARL AND RUBY PENDANT AND EARRINGS Earrings with post backs. Pendant on a fine 18” 14kt gold boxlink chain. 300/400

194.

14KT GOLD, RUBY AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Mid-20th Century Cream-colored pearls each approx. 7mm. Naturalistic clasp set with six small rubies and gold cable. Length 21.5”. 1,000/1,500

195.

14KT GOLD AND CULTURED PEARL STUD EARRINGS RETAILED BY GUMP’S Pearls approx. 7mm. Includes a Gump’s felt pouch. 300/500

196.

PAIR OF 14KT WHITE GOLD, CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EARRINGS Together with one similar earring in yellow gold. All with screw backs. 400/600

197.

PAIR OF 18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY HUGGIE EARRINGS Oblong hinged hoops with alternating rows of brilliant-cut diamonds and step-cut rubies. Maker’s mark “SBI”. Lengths 0.75”. Includes original box for retailer Shreve, Crump & Low. 700/1,000

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197A. 14KT GOLD AND SOUTH SEA GRAY PEARL RING Pearl, approx. 10mm, in a volcanic setting. Unidentified maker’s mark. Size 8. 500/700

203.

ROBERTO COIN 18KT GOLD AND DIAMOND “PRIMAVERA” FLEX BRACELET Clasp pavé-set with 26 diamonds. Length 7.5”. Approx. 18.28 total dwt. Includes a Neiman Marcus pouch. 3,500/4,500

204.

THOMAS DEXTER 14KT GOLD SAILOR’S KNOT BRACELET Mystic, Connecticut, Contemporary Signed. Interior circumference 7”. Approx. 20.81 dwt. Includes a Dexter & Company velvet box. 300/500

205.

M.J. TOBIAS GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH Liverpool, England, 19th Century Dial engraved with a village on a lake. Reverse of case engraved with wheat harvesters and a dog. Case diameter 43mm. 1,000/1,500

206.

ELGIN 14KT GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH Octagonal case. Dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Case diameter 43mm. 600/900

197F. ART DECO FACETED CRYSTAL AND BAKELITE BEAD NECKLACE Graduated clear beads. 14kt bicolor gold clasp. Length 30”. 100/200

207.

ELGIN 14KT GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH Dial with engine-turned foliate design and Arabic numerals. Diameter 42mm. Gold-filled chain. 600/900

197G. BRANCH CORAL NECKLACE Length 19”.

208.

WALTHAM 14KT GOLD LADY’S HUNTER POCKET WATCH Foliate case. Dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Case diameter 33mm. 600/900

209.

CUIVRE 14KT GOLD OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH Movement numbered 4794. Case numbered 4694. Enameled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Case diameter 47mm. 300/500

197B. 10KT GOLD, RUBY AND DIAMOND RING Pigeon blood ruby, approx. 6.4mm x 4.4mm x 1.8mm, flanked by eight diamonds. Size 7. 300/500 197C. VINTAGE CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Graduated beads from approx. 3mm to 8mm. White metal filigree clasp. Length 30”. 200/300 197D. STRAND OF CORAL-COLORED GLASS BEADS Sixty beads. 14kt gold filigree clasp. Length 18”. 80/120 197E. MULTICOLORED JADE BEAD NECKLACE Forty-nine 8mm beads. Length 19.5”.

100/150

100/200

197H. TWO BRANCH CORAL NECKLACES One with silver and black beads. Lengths 19” and 20”. 150/200 198.

14KT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING Clustered in a floriform setting. Size 5.

199.

TWO 14KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND GEM RINGS 1) Central tanzanite, approx. 9.6mm x 7mm x 4.6mm, surrounded by ten diamonds. Size 6¾. 2) Orange gemstone, possibly garnet, approx. 9.8mm x 7.6mm x 3.6mm, surrounded by 16 diamonds. Size 6½. 300/400

210.

WORCESTER 14KT GOLD LADY’S CONVERTIBLE OPEN-FACE POCKET WATCH Enameled dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Reverse of case with star and crescent moon design and set with three diamond flakes. Case diameter 30mm. 300/500

200.

18KT GOLD, PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING Central brilliant-cut diamond, approx. 6.2mm x 3.2mm, flanked by two pear-form sapphires. Maker’s mark “EFW”. Size 6¼. 700/1,000

211.

MOVADO .935 SILVER ERMETO PURSE WATCH Brown snake skin case. Case numbered 1210247. Closed length 1.75”. 200/400

212.

ELOGA 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND LADY’S WRIST WATCH Seventeen-jewel movement. Circular case pavé-set with diamonds. Star-form lugs. Length 6”. Approx. 6.96 total dwt including crystal. 400/600

213.

VINTAGE 14KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY HIDDEN WATCH BRACELET Mid-20th Century Elaborate faux buckle design set with 32 diamonds and 18 rubies. Mignon dial. Length 6.5”. Approx. 36.61 total dwt. 2,200/2,800

400/600

201.

14KT WHITE GOLD, WHITE SAPPHIRE AND CITRINE RING Size 9½. 400/600

202.

14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING WITH JACKET Brilliant-cut solitaire approx. 6.0mm x 3.6mm. Jacket with 22 small diamonds. Size 5½. 800/1,200

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VINTAGE MOVADO 18KT GOLD LADY’S WRIST WATCH Seventeen-jewel movement. Oblong case numbered 60 0640 154. Dial with sticks at twelve and six. Tapered mesh bracelet. Length 7”. Approx. 27.59 total dwt. including crystal. 500/700

215.

BAUME & MERCIER 14KT WHITE GOLD LADY’S WRIST WATCH Seventeen-jewel movement. Case numbered 4597389. Oval dial with sticks and blued steel hands. Set with six small diamonds at lugs. Tapered mesh bracelet. Length to 6.75”. Approx. 10.28 total dwt. including crystal. 300/500

216.

217.

ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL STAINLESS STEEL LADY’S WRIST WATCH Serial number 2917556. Dial with date function and sticks. Tapered bracelet. Interior circumference 6”. Includes guarantee, original box, and two additional links. 700/900

218.

PIAGET 14KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND TRADITIONAL LADY’S WRIST WATCH Circa 2005 Serial number 921485-02. Quartz movement. Dial with diamond hour markers. Case set with 36 brilliant-cut diamonds. Tapered bracelet. Case diameter 24mm. Includes original case, box, warranty, certificate of authenticity and manual. 6,000/8,000

219.

220.

221.

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CONCORD 14KT GOLD LADY’S WRIST WATCH Six-jewel movement numbered 3922178. Case numbered 2080464A6 and 489990. Stick dial. Textured tapered bracelet. Length to 6.5”. Approx. 14.14 total dwt. including crystal. 1,000/1,500

TEN PIECES OF SILVER JEWELRY AND PERSONAL ITEMS Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1) Memo sardine tin pin. Length 1.75” 2) Mexican Aztec-style pendant. Diameter 1.75”. 3) Charm bracelet with ten mostly silver charms. Length 7”. 4) .830 silver oval link bracelet. Length 8”. 5) Brooch with flower setting and sodalite cabochon. Length 1.25”. 6) Pair of bar bell cuff links. 7) Needle case. Length 1.75”. 8) Thimble. 9-10) Rope-twist necklace and bracelet. Approx. 2.3 total troy oz. weighable. 100/200 TWO PIECES OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY 1) Mexican necklace composed of alternating spheres and diamonds. Length 17.5”. 2) Bolo tie with large clasp decorated with a stylized eagle. Clasp diameter 3”. Approx. 3.9 total troy oz. 150/250 CHINESE JADE, SILVER AND ENAMEL BRACELET Five oval jade cabochons bezel-set in silver with a red and blue enamel floral design. 150/250

222.

GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER BROOCH Denmark, Post-1945 Number 97. In an Art Nouveau floral design. Length 1.75”. Approx. 8.59 dwt. 150/250

223.

TWO PIECES OF DAVID-ANDERSEN ENAMELED STERLING SILVER JEWELRY Norway, Mid-20th Century A necklace with cobalt blue flowers against a white engineturned ground, length 16”, and a brooch with four yellow leaves, length 2.5”. 250/350

224.

TWO PIECES OF SOUTHWEST SILVER JEWELRY 1) Bolo ornament with turquoise. Probably Navajo, maker’s mark “G”. Length 2.25”. 2) Strand of beads. Length 20”. 300/500

225.

GROUP OF AMERICAN NATIVE SILVER JEWELRY BY EFFIE CALAVAZA 20th Century 1) Snake design cuff bracelet with turquoise and coral. 2-3) Two pairs of snake design pierced earrings: one turquoise, and one turquoise and coral. 4) Snake design pendant with coral and turquoise. 5) Snake design turquoise ring. 300/500

226.

TWO PIECES OF YELLOWHORSE STERLING SILVER JEWELRY 1) Gloria Yellowhorse cuff necklace with two reeded bands. 2) Artie Yellowhorse dome-form pendant. Diameter 1.125”. Approx. 2.4 total troy oz. 150/250

227.

AMERICAN INDIAN SOUTHWEST SILVER CUFF Second Half of the 20th Century Decorated with arrows, suns and geometric elements. Completely unmarked. Length 2.5”. Approx. 1.8 troy oz. 300/500

228.

TIFFANY & CO. 1837 STERLING SILVER WIDE CUFF BRACELET With 1997 copyright. Width 1.125”. Interior length 2.5”. Approx. 3.0 troy oz. 200/300

229.

DAVID YURMAN STERLING SILVER, 18KT GOLD AND TURQUOISE CUFF BRACELET AND HOOP EARRINGS Each with three turquoise beads and gold spacers on a ropetwist cable. Hoop diameters 0.75”. 200/300

230.

DAVID YURMAN STERLING SILVER, 14KT GOLD AND ONYX CUFF BRACELET Thick hinged cable. Interior circumference 6.5”. 300/500

231.

THREE PIECES OF DAVID YURMAN STERLING SILVER AND 14KT GOLD JEWELRY A cable cuff bracelet with beaded band, a pair of earrings with onyx caps and omega backs, lengths 0.75”, and a pendant with onyx, length 1.25”. 200/300

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FOUR-PIECE DAVID YURMAN STERLING SILVER, 14KT GOLD AND BLUE TOPAZ DEMI-PARURE Includes a cable cuff bracelet, a pair of earrings with omega backs, lengths 0.5”, a ring, size 6, and a pendant, length 0.5”. 300/500

233.

DAVID YURMAN “QUATREFOIL” STERLING SILVER, DIAMOND, CHALCEDONY AND CULTURED PEARL BRACELET Six strands, with three quatrefoil charms and three pearls. Length 7.75”. 300/500

234.

PAIR OF JOHN R. WENDT & CO. “MEDALLION” STERLING SILVER OPEN SALTS New York, 1859-70 Monogrammed. Heights 2”. Approx. 7.3 troy oz. 200/300

235.

FOURTEEN AMERICAN COIN SILVER SPOONS FROM NEW YORK CITY 1-9) Nine John Vernon, c. 1786-1817: Five teaspoons and four oval soup spoons. Each type bearing different maker’s marks and monograms. 10-12) Three Teunis Denyse Dubois, 1794-1820: One monogrammed place spoon and two un-monogrammed oval soup spoons. All with matching bright-cut decoration. Each type bearing different maker’s marks. 13) William Garret Forbes, 1773-1809: Monogrammed place spoon. 14) John & Peter Targee, 1809-14: Monogrammed oval soup spoon. Approx. 13.1 total troy oz. 150/250

236.

237.

NINETEEN AMERICAN SILVER SPOONS Coin silver unless otherwise noted. Most with various monograms. 1-6) Six matching sterling silver teaspoons. 7-8) Two Dexter & Haskins salt spoons. New Bedford, Massachusetts. 9) Andrew Ellicott Warner place spoon. Baltimore. 10) Hubbard Goldsmith Stone place spoon. New York, New York. 11) Samuel Macomber Taber place spoon. Providence, Rhode Island. 12) Cushman & Fern sugar shell. 13-14) N. Harding & Co. teaspoon and place spoon. Haverhill, Massachusetts. 15) Mills & Forristall place spoon. Boston. 16-17) Two place spoons with different rubbed marks. 18) John C. Farr & Co. salt spoon. Philadelphia. 19) John Belknap Jones salt spoon. Boston. Approx. 10.2 total troy oz. 80/120 STIEFF “ROSE” PATTERN STERLING SILVER PARTIAL FLATWARE SERVICE Baltimore, Second Quarter of the 20th Century Some pieces monogrammed. Consists of: 12 8.5” knives 10 salad forks 1 serving fork 2 teaspoons 1 two-piece carving set 1 serving spoon 1 jelly spoon 1 bonbon spoon 1 pickle fork 1 lemon fork 1 cream ladle 1 cheese server 1 casserole spoon 11 five o’clock teaspoons Approx. 33.6 troy oz. weighable 400/600

238.

SEVENTEEN STERLING SILVER-MOUNTED VANITY ITEMS 1) Tiffany & Co. acid-etched hairbrush. 2-4) Three assorted dresser jars. 5-7) Three assorted hand mirrors. 8-10) Three assorted clothes brushes. 11-12) Two assorted hairbrushes. 13-17) Five small personal care items. 200/300

239.

THIRTY-NINE PIECES OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER HOLLOWWARE Together with one silver plated dish. Most pieces monogrammed. 1) Gorham pear-form coffeepot. 2) Gorham lobed bowl. 3-5) Three-piece tête-à-tête tea service. 6) Durgin center bowl. 7) Center bowl with elaborate cast rim. 8-39) Thirty-two assorted smaller tablewares. Various makers and patterns. Approx. 167.0 total troy oz. 1,000/1,500

240.

SIX PIECES OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER HOLLOWWARE 1) International “Lord Saybrook” water pitcher. Height 8.75”. 2-3) Gorham “Marie Antoinette” bowl and footed plate. Plate diameter 11”. 4) Whiting rectangular bowl with flutter rim, reeded body and central monogram. Length 8.25”. 5) Tuttle footed bowl with scalloped rim. Diameter 5.5”. 6) Gorham oblong dresser dish. Length 6.25”. Approx. 77.6 total troy oz. 700/900

241.

THREE STERLING SILVER TROPHIES 1) Loving cup with presentation inscription and unidentified maker’s mark. Height 6.25”. 2) Reed & Barton with inscription “The Bayside Hunt Club June 4, 1904 Saddle Horse Won by Country Girl”. Height 6”. 3) Tiffany & Co. with inscription “First Training Regiment K Company Plattsburg N.Y. Sept. 8th to Oct. 6th 1915 Squad Shooting Competition Won by Squad 2 B.M. Crosthwaite”. Height 6.75”. Approx. 35.9 total troy oz. 300/500

242.

THIRTY-NINE PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE Together with four silver plated Gorham iced tea spoons. 1-26) Twenty-six Gorham monogrammed “Hunt Club” pieces: ten iced tea spoons, eight oyster forks, four serving spoons, three demitasse spoons and one flat butter spreader. 27-35) Nine Frank Whiting “Lily Engraved” oyster forks. Not monogrammed. 36-37) Two Whiting “Duke of York” strawberry forks. Not monogrammed. 38-39) Two different monogrammed sauce ladles. Approx. 32.7 total troy oz. weighable 250/350

243.

AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL Circa 1860 Retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low. Circular, with ear handles, beaded rims and gold-washed interior. Monogrammed. Diameter 10.25”. Approx. 23.0 troy oz. 200/300

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244.

MATTHEWS COMPANY STERLING SILVER BOWL Newark, New Jersey, Early 20th Century Pierced rim with repeating urn and wreath design. Central monogram. Diameter 9”. Approx. 8.0 troy oz. 100/150

245.

GORHAM STERLING SILVER BOWL With gadrooned rim and central monogram. Diameter 9”. Approx. 7.2 troy oz. 100/150

250.

246. DUNKIRK SILVERSMITHS STERLING SILVER CHARGER Meriden, Connecticut, Circa 1950 With gadrooned rim and central monogram. Diameter 10.75”. Approx. 8.8 troy oz. 100/150 247.

248.

TWENTY-SEVEN SILVER AND SILVER PLATED PIECES Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1) Kalo Shop hand-wrought serving spoon with presentation inscription on underside of handle and original felt bag. Length 9.75”. 2) Modernist spoon. Birmingham, 1969. Maker’s mark “J.M.W.” 3) Sauce ladle. London, 1791. George Smith (III) & William Fearn, maker. 4) Caster. Birmingham, 1901. Charles Wilkes, maker. 5) German .800 silver souvenir spoon with repoussé figural decoration. 6-11) Six Alvin monogrammed salad forks. 12-19) Eight assorted flatware pieces including a figural Mt. Rainier souvenir spoon. 20-27) Eight pieces of silver plated flatware. Approx. 20.9 total troy oz. weighable 150/250

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251. FIFTY-ONE PIECES OF STERLING SILVER AND SILVER PLATED FLATWARE Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. Various monograms. 1-11) Eleven Gorham “Strasbourg” pattern pastry forks. 12-27) Sixteen Whiting “Louis XV” pattern demitasse spoons. 28-39) Twelve Whiting “Fancy Tip” pattern demitasse spoons. 40-43) Four Gorham “Lancaster” pattern bouillon soup spoons. 44-46) Three assorted spoons. 47-51) Five pieces of silver plated flatware. Approx. 20.9 total troy oz. weighable 200/300 252.

REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER DESK STANDISH Rectangular, with pierced gallery on three sides and four pad feet. Includes two silver-mounted crystal inkwells. Pen tray engraved “William M. Davis with Affectionate Regards of his Colleagues in the Geological Department June 1912”. Length 9.5”. Approx. 13.4 troy oz. weighable 500/700 William Morris Davis was the “father of American geography” and taught at Harvard from 1879-1911.

253.

PAIR OF REED & BARTON STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS Engraved with a floral design. Weighted four-lobed bases. Heights 10.25”. 300/500

254.

SIXTEEN TOWLE “OLD MASTER” PATTERN STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES Not monogrammed. 1-2) Two-piece carving set. 3-4) Two serving forks. 5-6) Two serving spoons. 7) Pierced serving spoon. 8-9) Two olive forks. 10) Gravy ladle. 11) Cream ladle. 12) Tomato server. 13) Lemon fork. 14) Jelly server. 15) Master butter knife. 16) Sugar spoon. Approx. 21.2 troy oz. weighable 300/500

STERLING SILVER BREAD TRAY America, Mid-20th Century Oblong, with scalloped rim. Lacking maker’s mark. Length 11”. Approx. 9.2 troy oz. 100/120

249. TWENTY-THREE SILVER AND SILVER PLATED SPOONS Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1-10) Ten Towle “Princess” pattern monogrammed oval soup/ dessert spoons. 11-17) Seven Wood & Hughes demitasse spoons in two different patterns. 18-19) Two World’s Fair souvenir spoons. 20-23) Four assorted silver plated demitasse spoons. Approx. 14.5 total troy oz. weighable 150/250

SCHOFIELD CO. “BALTIMORE ROSE” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Baltimore, 20th Century Not monogrammed. In a wooden case. Consists of: 12 9.5” knives 12 7.75” forks 12 7” forks 10 flat butter spreaders 12 salad forks 12 fruit spoons 11 gumbo soup spoons 12 teaspoons 1 pastry server 11 five o’clock teaspoons 12 ice cream forks 1 serving fork 12 iced tea spoons 2 salt spoons 1 tomato server 2 different ladles 1 serving spoon 1 sugar spoon 1 master butter knife 1 small two-piece carving set 1 large two-piece carving set 1 two-piece salad-serving set Approx. 171.1 troy oz. weighable 2,000/2,500

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SEVEN PIECES OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE 20th Century Not monogrammed. 1-2) Two Tiffany & Co. handled shakers. Heights 3.5”. 3-5) Three Gorham and Dominick & Haff iced tea spoons. 6-7) Two Gorham Revere Reproduction teaspoons. Approx. 12.0 total troy oz. 100/200

256.

PAIR OF WHITING STERLING SILVER CANDY DISHES New York, Early 20th Century Openwork repoussé-decorated with floral garlands and baskets of fruit. Raised on three scrolled feet. Diameters 7”. Approx. 12.2 troy oz. 100/200

257.

WESTMORELAND “GEORGE & MARTHA” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Not monogrammed. Consists of: 12 9” knives 9 7” forks 10 salad forks 8 teaspoons 5 soup spoons 1 oyster fork 3 serving spoons 1 serving fork 1 ladle 1 casserole spoon 1 pastry server 6 butter spreaders with hollow handles Approx. 53.8 troy oz. weighable 500/700

258.

SEVEN PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE Together with three silver plated pieces. 1) American coin silver soup ladle. Mark rubbed. Not monogrammed. Length 13.25”. 2-3) Pair of salad servers with hollow sterling silver handles. 4-7) Four assorted pieces. Various makers and patterns. Approx. 15.0 total troy oz. weighable 100/150

262.

EIGHT AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLEWARES 20th Century 1) Tiffany & Co. baby cup engraved with owner’s name. 2) Brandy warmer retailed by Tiffany & Co. 3) Reed & Barton miniature top hat. 4) Reproduction porringer. 5-6) Two Tiffany & Co. miniature Revere bowls engraved for the Independence Savings Bank. 7-8) Pair of Redlich & Co. weighted candlesticks. Heights 9.25”. Approx. 16.2 total troy oz. weighable 150/250

263.

SIX PIECES OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER HOLLOWWARE Together with four silver plated goblets. 1) Watson monogrammed water pitcher. Height 8.75”. 2) Watson coffeepot. Not monogrammed. Height 8”. 3) Richard Dimes Paul Revere reproduction monogrammed porringer. 4) International bowl. Diameter 9.75”. 5) Gorham dish. Diameter 6.75”. 6) Crystal inkwell with English sterling silver cover. Approx. 50.3 total troy oz. weighable 400/600

264.

LA PIERRE STERLING SILVER-ON-PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century With flutter rim and repoussé cherub and flower design. Height 5.75”. 150/250

265.

GORHAM “CAMELLIA” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Not monogrammed. Together with a Frank Whiting “Florence” pattern large carving knife and fork. Service consists of: 6 8.75” knives 6 7.25” forks 6 salad forks 6 flat butter spreaders 6 soup spoons 13 teaspoons 1 serving spoon 1 serving fork 1 ladle 1 pastry server 1 sugar spoon 1 master butter spreader Approx. 46.1 troy oz weighable 400/600

259.

THREE STERLING SILVER BOWLS 1) Tuttle Revere Reproduction, retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low. Not monogrammed. Diameter 8”. 2) Manchester Revere Reproduction. Not monogrammed. 3) Matthews Co. with hammered surface and central monogram. Approx. 24.1 total troy oz. 80/120

260.

GORHAM “MELROSE” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Together with 14 pieces of assorted sterling silver and silver plated flatware. Not monogrammed. Consists of: 12 8.75” knives 12 7” forks 12 6.5” forks 9 butter spreaders with hollow handles 12 soup spoons 17 teaspoons 3 iced tea spoons 3 serving spoons 2 serving forks 1 pastry server 1 sauce ladle 1 sugar spoon 1 olive fork 1 lemon fork 1 gravy ladle 1 pierced serving spoon Approx. 104.5 total troy oz. weighable 700/900

261.

WALLACE LOVING CUP-FORM STERLING SILVER HORSE TROPHY America, Circa 1929 Inscribed “Brooklyn Horse Show 1929 First Prize Presented by Frederick Doeser & Co. Inc. For Combination Horse Owned by Member of the Riding and Driving Club of Brooklyn Won by Lady Diana”. Lift-off cover. Height 15.5”. Approx. 35.4 troy oz. 400/600

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EIGHT SILVER ITEMS Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1-2) Two Tiffany & Co. bottle tickets for Brandy and Sherry. 3-4) Two thimbles. 5) Paper clip with engraving dated 1896. Length 2.5”. 6) Victorian pounce pot. 7) Tiffany & Co. Georgian-style silver plated open salt. 8) Nutmeg grater. Birmingham, 1802. Thomas Willmore, maker. Not monogrammed. Approx. 4.5 total troy oz. weighable 150/250

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GORHAM STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL 1912 Octagonal, with peaked rim, chased floral arches and conforming foot. Not monogrammed. Length 9.75”. Approx. 23.8 troy oz. 350/500

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DOMINICK & HAFF STERLING SILVER PLATTER With chased foliate and husk garland border. Not monogrammed. Length 15.75”. Approx. 25.5 troy oz. 400/600

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FRANK W. SMITH SILVER CO. HAMMERED STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOWL Gardner, Massachusetts, Early 20th Century Retailed by Bullard Bros. Co. Square, with folded rim and conforming foot. Height 3”. Together with a Gorham “Mother’s Hammered” sauce ladle. Length 5.25”. No monograms. Approx. 6.3 total troy oz. 150/200

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TWELVE WATSON “COMMONWEALTH” PATTERN STERLING SILVER SALAD FORKS Not monogrammed. Lengths 5.75”. Approx. 11.4 troy oz. 100/200

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J. WAGNER & SON COLONIAL-STYLE STERLING SILVER CREAMER AND OPEN SUGAR BOWL Not monogrammed. Creamer height 3.75”. Approx. 8.4 troy oz. 100/200

272. CHARTER COMPANY STERLING SILVER WATER PITCHER Hartford, Connecticut, Second Quarter of the 20th Century Charter is a division of Barbour Silver Co. Not monogrammed. Height 8.25”. Approx. 25.5 troy oz. 300/500 273.

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SEVEN PIECES OF TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER 1) Revere-style bowl with reeded band and monogram. Diameter 5.5”. 2) Footed dish with central monogram. Diameter 9”. 3) Bread bowl with pierced border and central monogram. 4) Flask retailed by Tiffany. Length 6”. 5) Italian tongs with shell-form tips retailed by Tiffany. 6) Reproduction sauce ladle. Length 5.75”. 7) Monogrammed “Clinton” pattern ladle. Length 7”. Approx. 46.2 total troy oz. 300/500

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FIVE STERLING SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS 1-4) Four Gorham, 1906. With thistle and clover design. Engraved “Scotch”, “Irish”, “Old Irish” and “Port”. 5) Maker’s mark “W”. Engraved “Bourbon”. Approx. 2.8 total troy oz. 150/250

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KURT ERIC CHRISTOFFERSEN FOR INTERNATIONAL SILVER STERLING SILVER BOWL 1950s Hemispherical, with a flaring rim and foot. Diameter 5.5”. Approx. 7.2 troy oz. 150/250

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SEVEN TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER NUT CUPS New York, Circa 1907 Decorated with blackberries. Two marked for Charles T. Cook and five marked for John C. Moore II. Length 4.25”. Approx. 7.4 troy oz. 150/250

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TOWLE “OLD MASTER” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Not monogrammed. Consists of: 12 8.75” knives 12 7” forks 12 salad forks 20 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 2 serving spoons 1 serving fork 1 pastry server 1 gravy ladle 1 lemon fork 1 sugar spoon 1 baby spoon 11 flat butter spreaders 1 two-piece carving set Approx. 85.9 troy oz. weighable 700/1,000

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WALLACE “GRANDE BAROQUE” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Not monogrammed. In a wooden case. Consists of: 9 9” knives 10 7.5” forks 10 salad forks 10 soup spoons 13 teaspoons 1 pastry server 4 butter spreaders with hollow handles Approx. 64.6 troy oz. weighable 700/1,000

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THREE-PIECE GORHAM “CHANTILLY” PATTERN STERLING SILVER TÊTE-A-TÊTE COFFEE SERVICE Providence, 1902-03 Monogrammed. Includes a coffeepot, height 11”, a creamer and an open sugar bowl. Approx. 33.2 troy oz. 200/300

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NEOCLASSICAL SILVER PLATED CENTERPIECE BOWL Third Quarter of the 19th Century Oval, with pierced rim, two ram’s-head handles, two ram’s-head mounts joined by chains, and a molded stem. Height 5.5”. 200/300

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FIVE AMERICAN DRESSER BOTTLES Newark, New Jersey, Early 20th Century 1-2) A pair of William B. Kerr cologne bottles with engineturned 14kt gold stoppers. 3-5) Three jars with Gorham silver gilt covers. Monogrammed. 200/400

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108 PIECES OF STERLING SILVER Together with two German .800 silver salt spoons and seventeen pieces of silver plated flatware. Sterling silver includes: 1-37) Thirty-seven Gorham monogrammed “Florentine” pieces: 11 fruit spoons, 11 oyster forks, 10 fruit knives and a five-piece carving set. 38-60) Twenty-three Whiting “Adam” pieces: 12 iced tea spoons and 11 flat butter spreaders. 61-83) Twenty-three Dominick & Haff monogrammed “New King” pieces: 11 iced tea spoons, 11 oyster forks and one knife sharpener. 84-86) Three pieces of hollowware, including a weighted compote. 87-89) Three pairs of tongs: one Currier & Roby colonialrevival, one English with pierced foliate design and an International “Joan of Arc”. 90-94) Four pieces of Gorham monogrammed “Baronial-Old” pieces: three oyster forks and one carving fork. 95-97) Three Wallace “Grande Baroque” demitasse spoons. 98-99) Two hair comb sleeves. 100) Tongs with sterling silver handles. 101-108) Eight demitasse cup holders and saucers. Approx. 81.1 total troy oz. weighable 900/1,200 NINE STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY SPOONS 1-3) Three with repoussé floral design. Marked “MMA”. 4-5) Two shell-form. Marked “MMA”. 6) One jockey cap-form. Birmingham, 1799. Lacking maker’s mark. 7) One with shell-form bowl and medallion handle. Sheffield, 1899. James Dixon & Sons Ltd., maker. 8) One with bright-cut engraving. London, 1798. Peter & Ann Bateman, maker. 9) One with shell-form bowl. London, 1804. Maker’s mark “JS”. Approx. 3.7 total troy oz. 200/300 TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER CLOVER BOWL New York, 1892-1902 Rim cast with clover flowers and leaves. Not monogrammed. Diameter 7.75”. Approx. 6.8 troy oz. 150/200 APPROX. SIXTY-NINE PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE Together with eight pieces of silver plated and stainless steel flatware. Sterling silver with various maker’s marks, patterns and monograms. Approx. 65.8 total troy oz. weighable 700/900

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THREE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWLS All monogrammed. Lengths to 4.75”. Approx. 11.4 total troy oz. 120/180

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THE SWEETSER CO. STERLING SILVER URN-FORM CANDY DISH Retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low. With paneled sides and ear handles. Monogrammed. Length 8.5”. Approx. 4.8 troy oz. 80/120

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GORHAM “VERSAILLES” PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Together with 12 soup spoons and one teaspoon in different patterns. Most pieces not monogrammed. Service consists of: 12 9.5” knives 12 8.75” 10 7.5” forks 6 6.5” forks 11 salad forks 9 oyster forks 12 flat butter spreaders 6 serving spoons 2 citrus spoons 8 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 6 mocha spoons 3 serving pieces 8 oval soup/dessert spoons Approx. 147.1 total troy oz. weighable 1,000/1,500

289. SIX SILVER ITEMS 1) German .800 silver bowl with pierced sides. Monogrammed. Diameter 6”. 2) Clothes brush with Art Nouveau daisy sterling silver handle. Length 6.5”. 3-6) Four assorted napkin rings: two sterling silver and two silver plated. Approx. 7.0 total troy oz. weighable 100/200 290.

PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO. “WINTHROP” PATTERN STERLING SILVER SALAD SERVERS New York, Early 20th Century Not monogrammed. Lengths 9.75”. Approx. 7.7 troy oz. 100/200

291. THIRTY-FOUR PIECES OF SILVER FLATWARE Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1-13) Twelve Gorham “Number 33” pattern demitasse spoons and sugar tongs. Monogrammed. 14-19) Six unmarked spoons with coin bowls. 20-23) Four Towle salt spoons. 24-29) Six assorted pieces of coin silver. 30-34) Five assorted spoons. Approx. 13.2 total troy oz. weighable 100/200 292.

THE THOMAE CO. STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE Also marked Tiffany & Co. Exterior with diagonal bands. Gold-washed interior. Not monogrammed. Length 4.5”. Approx. 4.9 troy oz. 100/200

293. ELEVEN PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE 1) Gorham “Paris” pattern serving fork. 2-3) Tiffany & Co. two-piece “English King” pattern carving set. 4-6) Three-piece monogrammed and cased youth dining set. Dated 1880. Retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low. 7) Georg Jensen “Akkeleje” pattern caviar spoon with horn bowl. 8-9) International Minnie Mouse baby fork and spoon. 10) Gorham “Florentine” pattern tongs. 11) Frank Smith “Lion” pattern teaspoon. Approx. 12.1 total troy oz. weighable silver 100/200

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INTERNATIONAL “JOAN OF ARC” PATTERN STERLING SILVER PARTIAL FLATWARE SERVICE Monogrammed. Consists of: 13 7.25” forks 12 salad forks 14 teaspoons 8 iced tea spoons 7 oyster forks 2 serving spoons 8 demitasse spoons 1 serving fork 1 master butter spreader 1 pierced serving spoon . 12 oval soup/dessert spoons Approx. 88.5 troy oz. 700/1,000 TWENTY-ONE PIECES OF GORHAM “BUTTERCUP” PATTERN FLATWARE Assembled. Some pieces with various monograms. Includes: 8 teaspoons 4 fruit spoons 2 6.75” forks 1 serving spoon 1 casserole spoon 1 ladle 1 sugar spoon 1 7” fork 2 oval soup/dessert spoons Approx. 23.8 troy oz. 200/300 SIX STERLING SILVER TABLEWARES Not monogrammed. 1) Gorham plate. Diameter 9”. 2) Georg Jensen Inc. USA bowl. Diameter 5.5”. 3) Danish H. Nils ashtray. 4) Dish with gadrooned rim. Diameter 6”. 5-6) Pair of shakers. Approx. 20.4 total troy oz.

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RUSSIAN SILVER TWO-HANDLED URN Late 19th Century Engraved with a foliate design. Height 4”. 200/300

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RUSSIAN SILVER-HANDLED CANE Late 19th Century Crook handle with scroll design. Ebony shaft. .84 Kokoshnik and Artel marks. Length 35.75”. 200/300

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HENRIK MOLLER ARTS & CRAFTS DRAGESTIL .830 SILVER STRAINER Trondheim, Norway, Circa 1900 Formed as a crouching dragon with elaborate strapwork on sides of pierced bowl. Length 5”. Approx. 2.4 troy oz. 100/200

305. FIVE PIECES OF GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE Denmark, Post-1945 1-3) Three “Cactus” pattern: A two-piece medium saladserving set with stainless steel and hollow handles, and a letter opener with hollow handle. 4) “Acorn” pattern cake knife with hollow handle. 5) “Rope” pattern cake knife with hollow handle. 300/500 306.

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TWO-PIECE GEORG JENSEN “BITTERSWEET” PATTERN STERLING SILVER SALAD-SERVING SET Denmark, Post-1945 Not monogrammed. Solid pieces with flat handles. Lengths 9”. Approx. 8.2 troy oz. 200/300

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PAIR OF GORHAM WEIGHTED STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS Providence, Rhode Island, 1910 and 1915 Cast as Corinthian columns. Removable bobèches. Heights 7.5”. 200/300

307. TWO-PIECE GEORG JENSEN “CACTUS” PATTERN STERLING SILVER SALAD-SERVING SET Denmark, Post-1945 Not monogrammed. Solid pieces with flat handles. Lengths 8.75”. Approx. 7.2 troy oz. 200/300

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SOUTH AMERICAN SILVER-GILT CHALICE Mid-19th Century Bowl chased with stylized flowers. Two openwork handles, both in the form of a horse trampling a snake, suspend chains with pendant coins from Peru and Bolivia and glass beads. Four-part foliate stem on a domed foot. Unmarked. Height 12”. Approx. 24.4 total troy oz. 300/500

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BRITISH COLONIAL OR CHINESE EXPORT SILVER MATCH SAFE Second Quarter of the 19th Century Maker’s mark “CS” in an oval. Rococo style, with two thumb grips, hinged cover, gold-washed interior and striker on bottom. Length 2.75”. Approx. 1.7 troy oz. 300/500

308. EIGHT PIECES OF GEORG JENSEN FLATWARE Denmark, Post-1945 Not monogrammed. Include original Georg Jensen felt bags. 1) “Acanthus” pattern lemon fork. 2) Sugar tongs with heart and grape grips. 3-5) A serving spoon, cream ladle and lemon fork with budform terminals. 6) Lemon fork with beaded terminal. 7-8) Two-piece GEJ16 salad-serving set with pagoda-form terminals. Approx. 11.7 total troy oz. 300/500

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TWO ROCOCO-STYLE CHINESE EXPORT OR BRITISH COLONIAL SILVER PEPPER SHAKERS 19th Century Pear-form, with floral finials and weighted feet. Pseudo British marks. Heights 6.5”. 150/250

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JAPANESE .950 SILVER AND EBONY BOX Circa 1935 Rectangular, with hinged cover engraved with a chrysanthemum bough. Signed on right edge. Length 6”. 200/300

309. CHRISTOFLE “PASTORALE” PATTERN SILVER PLATED FLATWARE SERVICE France, Second Half of the 20th Century Not monogrammed. Consists of: 12 9.5” knives 12 7.75” knives 12 8” forks 12 fish knives 11 6.75” forks 11 place spoons 1 serving fork 1 serving spoon 1 casserole server 1 pastry server 6 hollow butter spreaders 12 demitasse spoons 1 two-piece salad-serving set 12 five o’clock teaspoons 500/1,000

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THREE CHRISTOFLE ART DECO SILVER PLATED PIECES France, 1930s Each marked. 1) Gallia ice bucket with trapezoidal handles and stepped foot. Height 8”. 2) Gallia cake stand decorated with concentric bands. Diameter 13”. 3) Oval dish with stepped bowl and ebony handles. Length 15”. 300/500

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THREE-PIECE CHRISTOFLE SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE Includes a teapot, coffeepot, height 6.5”, and a milk jug. Not monogrammed. 200/300

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BRAGANTI .800 SILVER DISH Italy, Second Half of the 20th Century Circular, with a wide rim repoussé-decorated with fruit. Diameter 13”. Approx. 20.3 troy oz. 200/300

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NINE PIECES OF EUROPEAN SILVER English sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1) Stuffing spoon. Griffin armorial engraving. Exeter, 1825. William Woodman, maker. Length 12.25”. 2) Georgian caster. Maker’s mark “SI”, other marks illegible. Height 6.25”. 3-4) Pair of Birmingham shakers. 5) 20th Century Birmingham mustard pot. 6) 20th Century London open salt. 7) London sauce ladle. 8) Sheffield tea caddy spoon. 9) Continental 12 loth spoon. Approx. 15.0 total troy oz. 100/200

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GERMAN SILVER AND ENAMEL JAR Circa 1890 In inverted pear form, with blue and white guilloché enamel cased in silver filigree. Height 3.2”. 150/200

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GERMAN 13 LOTH SILVER BIBLE COVER 19th Century Repoussé-decorated with three archangels and polychrome glass cabochons. Includes Bible. Height 4”. 200/300

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GEORGE II STERLING SILVER JUG London, 1739-55 Lacking maker’s mark. Rococo, with repoussé flowers and a vacant rocaille on an inverted pear-form body with spreading molded foot. Height 6.25”. Approx. 12.7 troy oz. 300/500

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GEORGE II STERLING SILVER MUFFINEER London, 1745 William Coles, maker. Body with chased foliate design. Height 5.5”. Approx. 3.2 troy oz. 200/300

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FIVE PIECES OF SILVER FLATWARE Sterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1) Marrow spoon. London, 1755. James Wilks, maker. 2) Marrow spoon. Elephant heraldic engraving. London, 1795. Maker’s mark rubbed. 3) Marrow spoon. Tree branch heraldic engraving. London, 1795. Maker’s mark rubbed. 4) Swedish coin silver monogrammed ladle. 1907. Length 6.5”. 5) American monogrammed sauce ladle. Length 6.25”. Approx. 7.0 total troy oz. 200/300

319. FIVE BRITISH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVING PIECES 1) Meat skewer. London, 1774. Lacking maker’s mark. 2) Monogrammed soup ladle. Edinburgh, 1802. William & Patrick Cunningham, maker. 3) Monogrammed tongs. London, 1813. William & Samuel Knight, maker. 4) Monogrammed fish server. London 1818. Maker’s mark “WK”. 5) Monogrammed fish server. London, 1836. John, Henry & Charles Lias, maker. Approx. 23.5 total troy oz. 300/500 320. GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALVER London, 1775 Maker’s mark “RK” (rubbed). Repoussé border with husk swags and beaded rim. Central heraldic engraving. Raised on three claw & ball feet. Diameter 6.25”. Approx. 8.2 troy oz. 200/400 321. GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT Maker’s mark “TH,” possibly for Thomas Halford. Lacking city and year marks. Wide form, with shaped rim and three hoof feet. Underside with period and later monograms. Length 7.5”. Approx. 11.4 troy oz. 250/350 322. STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY AND SILVER PLATED TEAPOT 1) Oval tea caddy with beaded rim and bright-cut engraving. London, 1784. Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, maker. Length 5”. 2) 18th Century silver plated teapot. Unmarked. Length 10”. Approx. 11.9 troy oz. weighable 200/300 323.

GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CREAMER London, 1787 Robert Hennell II, maker. Helmet-form, with engraved design of fabric swags and tassels. Later presentation engraving under spout. Height 7”. Approx. 5.6 troy oz. 250/350

324. TWO PIECES OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE London 1) Meat skewer. 1793. Peter & Ann Bateman, maker. Length 11.75”. 2) King pattern monogrammed tongs. 1830. William Eaton, maker. Length 6.25”. Approx. 5.2 total troy oz. 200/300

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GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CANN London, 1793 George Smith (II) & Thomas Hayter, maker (mark rubbed). Balustroid, with spreading foot. Height 4.75”. Approx. 9.5 troy oz. 150/250

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STERLING SILVER COVERED SUGAR BOWL London, 1797 Peter & Ann Bateman, maker. Urn-form, with ear handles and bright-cut floral design. Monogrammed. Length 8.75”. Approx. 13.9 troy oz. 150/250

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SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TRAY ON LATER STAND Early 19th Century Lacking maker’s mark. With cast and shaped floral rim, and four feet. Central heraldic engraving surrounded by scrolling foliage. Diameter 21”. Stand height 18”. 300/500

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ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TEA TONGS Probably London, Early 19th Century Maker’s mark “TJ”. With serpent-form handles and shell-form tips. Engraved with a lion armorial. Length 5.25”. Approx. 1.2 troy oz. 80/120

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ENGLISH SILVER PLATED HOT WATER URN First Half of the 19th Century With beaded edges, square base and four bun feet. Unmarked. Height 14.75”. 250/350

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TWO ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TABLEWARES 1) Open sugar bowl with cast rim and register of bright-cut engraving. Newcastle, 1828. Maker’s mark rubbed. Height 4.25”. 2) Place spoon with later repoussé pear decoration in bowl. London, 1808. Lacking maker’s mark. Length 9”. Approx. 12.1 total troy oz. 150/250

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GEORGE IV STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT AND GEORGE III SPOON 1) Mustard pot with cast leaftip rim, shell-form thumbpiece and period ruby glass liner. London, 1829. Maker’s mark “WK”. 2) Spoon with terminal engraved with a crescent moon. London, 1805. Stephen Adams, maker. Approx. 4.3 total troy oz. 100/200 AESTHETIC MOVEMENT SILVER PLATED TEAPOT DESIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER England, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Marked “R&D”, possibly for Roberts & Doré. With a horizontal handle, circular pot and four spherical feet. Length 9.25”. 100/200 TWO ENGLISH SILVER PITCHERS 1) Cream pitcher with early 20th Century Mappin & Webb mark. Height 3.75”. 2) Sauce pitcher. London, 1756. Maker’s mark “DH”. Length 5”. 150/250

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FOUR ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TABLEWARES Together with an A. Michelsen sterling silver spoon and 15 pieces of silver plate and stainless steel, including four bowls with hammered surfaces from the Holland-American Line. 1) Wine funnel with removable gadrooned ring. London, 1806. Maker’s mark “RG & S”. 2) Coaster with beaded rim. London, 1788. Maker’s mark rubbed. Diameter 3.75”. 3) Jug with wrapped handle. London, 1913. Carrington & Co., maker. Height 4.25”. 4) Pap boat. London, 1959. Tiffany & Co., maker. Approx. 14.3 total troy oz. weighable 150/250

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SIXTEEN PIECES OF SILVER TABLEWARE London Sterling silver from London unless otherwise noted. 1-3) Three place spoons engraved with lion armorials. 1828, maker’s marks partially rubbed “H_”. 4-7) Four similar Georgian open salts. Two with rubbed marks. Two with different maker’s and date marks. 8) Place spoon with heraldic engraving. Marks rubbed. Maker’s mark possibly for Samuel Hitchcock. 9-11) Cased three-piece salt and pepper set with two open salts and one shaker. Possibly Dutch. Retailed by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh. 12) Mustard pot with cobalt blue glass liner. 1859, George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, maker. 13-14) Two-piece carving set with armorial engravings. 15-16) Two different salt spoons. Approx. 16.2 total troy oz. weighable 300/500

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FOURTEEN PIECES OF ENGLISH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE 1-10) Ten James Robinson “English Shell”: four 9” knives and six salad forks. 11-13) Three coffee spoons. London, 1890. Robert Stebbings, maker. 14) Spoon with shell-form bowl. London, 1770. Indistinct maker’s mark. Later monogram. Length 6.25”. Approx. 10.8 total troy oz. weighable 200/300

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THREE PIECES OF SILVER 1) Austrian stork-form sewing clamp. Length 4”. 2) English tea tongs. Lacking city and date mark. Maker’s mark “WC”. 3) Davis Palmer & Co. coin silver tea tongs. Monogrammed. 4.4 total troy oz. 100/150

338. GEORGE V STERLING SILVER HOT WATER JUG ON STAND WITH BURNER London, 1914 William Comyns & Sons, maker. Retailed by Tiffany & Co. Jug with acorn finial, pear-form body and rattan-wrapped handle. Stand on three legs ending in paw feet. Total height 9.75”. Approx. 20.3 troy oz. 180/220 339. PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CHAMBER STICKS With gadrooned rims. Include clear glass hurricanes and snuffers. Marked on undersides. Total height 10.25”. 50/100

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Session II Friday, October 18, 2019 at 10 a.m. Lots 401-803 401.

JACOBEAN LIFT-TOP CHEST England, Late 17th/Early 18th Century In oak, with wrought iron hinges. Front carved with stylized foliage and geometric motifs. Capitals carved as man’s heads. Height 26.5”. Width 50.5”. Depth 20.5”. 400/600

409A. ENGLISH TWO-PART STEP-BACK CUPBOARD First Half of the 19th Century In oak. Upper case with molded cornice and three shelves. Lower case with three drawers over two paneled doors flanking a single central panel. Brass hardware throughout. Bracket feet. Height 75”. Width 61”. Depth 20.5”. 300/500

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ENGLISH DROP-LEAF GATE-LEG TABLE 18th Century In oak. Turned legs joined by box stretchers. Height 29”. Length 18” plus two 24” drop leaves. Width 50”. 500/800

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JACOBEAN-STYLE LIFT-TOP CHEST England, 19th Century In oak. Front panels carved with vining leaves. Interior with ditty box. Height 22.5”. Width 50”. Depth 20.5”. 300/500

ENGLISH DAVENPORT DESK Mid-19th Century In burled walnut veneer. Leather-covered writing slant with gilt Star of David. Interior fitted with letter compartments. Base with a stack of four drawers on both sides. Height 33.5”. Length 34.25”. Depth 21.25”. 1,000/2,000

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JACOBEAN BIBLE BOX 18th Century In oak. Front carved with vining foliage. Molded and chipcarved edges. Height 9.5”. Width 26”. Depth 14.5”. 150/250

EMPIRE BUREAU French, 19th Century In hardwood and hardwood veneer. Case painted black. One protruding upper drawer over three full-width drawers. Height 35.5”. Width 43.5”. Depth 22”. 150/250

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JACOBEAN LIFT-TOP CHEST ON LATER STAND Early 18th Century and Later In oak. Front chip-carved with rows of hearts at corners and under lock plate. Chest height 12”. Width 29.5”. Depth 23.5”. Stand height 10.75”. 300/500

CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT LIFT-TOP CHEST 19th Century Front carved with female figures set in architectural niches surrounded by stylized foliage and figural columns. Height 32”. Width 49.5”. Depth 22”. 400/600

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JACOBEAN CARVED OAK TABERNACLE ON STAND 18th Century In two parts. Tabernacle door and moldings carved with stylized flowers and foliage. Stand with single drawer. Total height 47”. Width 28.5”. Depth 18.5”. 400/600

ITALIAN NEOCLASSICAL-STYLE GILT MIRROR Late 19th/Early 20th Century Frame with rosettes at corners and a carved, painted and appliquéd panel featuring a caduceus. Rectangular mirror glass. Height 58.5”. Width 22”. 800/1,200

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JACOBEAN-STYLE CARVED OAK ARMCHAIR 18th Century and Later Crest and front stretcher carved with putti supporting a crown, roses and scrolling foliage. Caned back and seat. Back height 45.5”. Seat height 18.75”. 300/500

FRENCH FRUITWOOD AND NEEDLEWORKUPHOLSTERED FAUTEUIL 19th Century Frame carved with seashells. Petit and gross point upholstery depicts a man playing the flute and a wolf wearing a cloak, all amidst foliage. Back height 39.25”. Seat height 17”. 300/500

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GEORGIAN IRISH-STYLE ARMCHAIR Late 19th Century Ornate pierced vasiform splat. Armrests carved with eagle’s heads at terminals. Slip seat with blue and white patterned upholstery. Cabriole legs. Back height 40.5”. Seat height 18.5”. 200/300

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CONTINENTAL ONE-DRAWER WASHSTAND 19th Century In mahogany. Shaped top over a single drawer with brass pull. Square legs joined with stretcher. Height 32”. Width 12”. Depth 12”. 150/250

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MAHOGANY BUTLER’S TRAY ON STAND Late 19th/Early 20th Century Shaped top with two cut-out handles. Collapsible X-form stand with turned legs. Height 31”. Width 32”. Depth 20”. 500/700

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QUEEN ANNE ARMCHAIR 18th Century In mahogany, with S-curve arms, over-upholstered seat, shellcarved seat rail and cabriole legs joined with an H-stretcher. Back height 41.5”. Seat height 19”. 150/250

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DIMINUTIVE GEORGE III SIDEBOARD England, Late 18th/Early 19th Century In mahogany and mahogany veneer, with quarter fan, string and banded inlay. Demilune top over conforming case fitted with five drawers. Height 35.5”. Width 53”. Depth 23.5”. 300/500

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BELLE EPOCH MARQUETRY AND ORMOLU-MOUNTED VITRINE Late 19th Century In the manner of François Linke. Beveled glass door and sides. Inlaid on front and sides with urns and flower. Ormolu borders and feet. Height 61”. Width 27”. 5,000/7,000

419.

CLUB CHAIR WITH NAVY BLUE AND WHITE STRIPED UPHOLSTERY 20th Century Back height 32.5”. Seat height 15”. 250/350

420.

GILT, GESSO AND WOOD SHADOW BOX 20th Century Ornate frame. Mirrored interior with single shelf. Height 19”. Width 23”. Depth 8”. 300/400

421.

SMALL GILT METAL FOOTSTOOL 20th Century Ornately scrolled apron and feet. Top with yellow floral upholstery. Height 20”. Top 14” x 14”. 200/250

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REPRODUCTION SHERATON-STYLE UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR Early 20th Century Mahogany frame with satinwood inlay, outswept scrolled arms, and reeded urn-form stumps and front legs. 300/500

424.

BLACKAMOOR CARVED AND PAINTED STAND 20th Century Pedestal in the form of a figure. Painted red, black and gold. Height 38.5”. 300/500

425.

NEOCLASSICAL MARBLE-TOP WOODEN PEDESTAL Early 20th Century Painted black, with inset fruitwood veneer panels and applied ormolu trim, and swag and urn mounts. Front inset with a Wedgwood blue jasperware plaque depicting a classical maiden. Height 41.5”. Top 14” x 14”. 300/500

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NEOCLASSICAL-STYLE PIER MIRROR America, Late 20th Century Rectangular, with beveled mirror and molded frame. Label with illegible signature on the reverse. Height 49”. Width 49”. 500/700

CHINOISERIE AND FAUX MARBLE HEXAGONAL PEDESTAL Hexagonal top and square base painted to simulate variegated gray marble. Column painted black and has raised gilt decoration. Height 42”. Width of top 12”. 300/400

427.

CHILD’S-SIZE SLANT-LID DESK 20th Century In mahogany and pine. Fitted interior. Four graduated drawers with brass pulls. Flat bracket base. Height 33.75”. Width 24”. Depth 15”. 300/500

428.

PAIR OF ENGLISH MAJOLICA FIGURES Circa 1875 Modeled as a man and a woman in peasant costume, each with two baskets and standing on naturalistic bases. Unmarked. Heights 12.5”. 500/800

429.

ROYAL WORCESTER MAJOLICA NAUTILUS SHELL ORNAMENT England, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Shell supported by a coral branch on a base with various seashells. Impressed mark. Height 7”. 300/500

430.

PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER MAJOLICA FIGURES England, Second Half of the 19th Century A boy and a girl in 18th Century costume, both carrying a basket resting on a tree stump. Impressed factory marks. Heights 6.5”. 600/800

431.

TWO MINTON MAJOLICA OYSTER PLATES England, Second Half of the 19th Century One with an emerald green center and the other with a creamcolored center. Impressed marks. Year marks illegible. Registry marks. Diameters 9”. 200/300

432.

PAIR OF MINTON MAJOLICA COVERED URNS England, 1873 Both with four bifurcated handles and decoration of palmettes and narcissus flowers against a turquoise-colored ground. Pink interiors. Impressed factory marks. Heights 11”. 800/1,200

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PAIR OF MINTON MAJOLICA COMPOTES England, Circa 1875 Both modeled as two crouching rabbits and fern fronds beneath a large cabbage leaf. Impressed factory marks, possible date marks for 1869. Lengths 9.5”. 600/900

434.

MAJOLICA LILY PAD SERVING DISH ATTRIBUTED TO MINTON England, Circa 1880 With basket-woven rim and handle, and two lily-form cups. Impressed registry mark and possible Minton date mark for 1873. Lacking factory mark. Length 10”. 400/600

435.

GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA WALL POCKET England, Circa 1880 Modeled as a hummingbird, flower, leaves and ferns. Impressed factory mark and registry mark. Height 13”. 300/500

436.

GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA JARDINIÈRE England, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Decorated with swans, water lilies and pond reeds against a turquoise-colored ground. Pink interior. Impressed factory mark. Height 12.5”. 800/1,200

437.

GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA SHELL-FORM CENTERPIECE England, Circa 1880 Shell with turquoise-colored exterior and pink interior. Mottled base with coral and shells. Impressed mark. Height 8”. 500/800

438.

GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA DISH England, Circa 1880 Quatrefoil, with strawberry blossoms against a turquoisecolored ground. Faux bois handles and feet. Impressed factory and registry marks. Length 11”. 200/300

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MAJOLICA SPOON WARMER ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE JONES England, Circa 1880 In the form of a nautilus shell on a naturalistic base with seaweed. Unmarked. Height 4.25”. 200/300

440.

ENGLISH MAJOLICA CHEESE DISH AND COVER ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE JONES Circa 1775 Decorated with pink and white geraniums on a blue basketweave ground. Cover interior pink. Underside of dish mottled. Impressed numbers, lacking factory mark. Dish diameter 10.5”. 600/900

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442.

THREE PIECES OF VILLEROY & BOCH MAJOLICA Mettlach, Germany, Late 19th Century All with impressed factory marks. 1) Rectangular tray with violets against a yellow ground. Length 15”. 2-3) Two plates with flower sprays against a textured turquoisecolored ground. Diameters 8”. 300/500 MAJOLICA, ORMOLU AND BASE METAL BIRD BATH Bowl with scrolling foliage and masks supported by a young girl standing on an ornate base. Unmarked. Height 25”. 500/800

443.

JEROME MASSIER MAJOLICA SPILL VASE Vallauris, France, Late 19th Century Modeled as a pheasant on a naturalistic base. Incised signature on base. Height 8.25”. 500/800

444.

PAIR OF MAJOLICA WALL POCKETS France, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Both in the form of fish bowls, decorated with goldfish in high relief. Impressed numbers, otherwise unmarked. Lengths 7.75”. 250/350

445.

THREE MAJOLICA TABLEWARES Late 19th Century 1-2) Pair of flower-decorated bud vases. Unmarked. Heights 6.5”. 3) Teacup and saucer decorated with Japanese hand fans and prunus blossoms. British registry marks. Saucer diameter 5.75”. 200/300

446.

THREE MAJOLICA PITCHERS England/America, Late 19th Century 1) Decorated with birds and faux caning. Incised “A” on underside. Height 9.25”. 2) Decorated with Japanese hand fans and bamboo shoots. Unmarked. Height 8”. 3) Seashell-form. Incised “WT” on underside. Height 8.75”. 300/500

447.

TWO MAJOLICA TABLEWARES England/America, Late 19th Century Both unmarked. 1) Water lily-form tazza. Diameter 10.25”. 2) Ovoid basket with lattice-work ground and faux bois handle. Length 8.5”. 400/600

448.

THREE EARLY PIECES OF DELFT 18th Century A polychrome bowl, a plate with central flower, and a plate with figural scene. Diameters 9”. 250/450

449.

THREE FRAMED MAJOLICA TILES Continental, 19th Century Depict assorted animals in shades of blue, green, orange and yellow. Copper frames. 8” x 8”. 80/120

450.

TWO HISPANO-MORESQUE POTTERY CHARGERS Late 19th Century 1) Copper luster with central fleur-de-lis surrounded by a flower and wheat design. Diameter 15.5”. 2) Alternating gilt/yellow glaze panels on a creamware ground with central gilt knop. Diameter 16”. 600/800

451.

TWO PIECES OF HENRIOT QUIMPER POTTERY France, Second Half of the 20th Century A centerpiece basket with duck-form handle and figural decoration, height 10.75”, and a three-part serving dish with central fisherman and fish, length 14.5”. Both with yellow grounds and factory marks. 100/200

452.

WEDGWOOD ADAMS CALYX WARE “MING JADE” IRONSTONE DINNER SERVICE England, 20th Century Consists of: 6 10.25” plates 7 8.25” plates 6 bowls 6 cups and saucers 2 graduated serving platters 1 covered tureen 200/300

453.

STAFFORDSHIRE INDIAN TREE POTTERY PITCHER England, Early 20th Century Base marked “Hand Painted H.J. Wood, #369”. Impressed #585”. Height 9”. 200/300

454.

ROYAL WORCESTER IVORY-GROUND PORCELAIN VASE England, 1883 In bottle form, with two scrolled handles and raised gilt and enamel decoration of two birds sitting on a pine branch. Printed and impressed marks. Height 11”. 400/600

455.

MASONS IRONSTONE PLANTER England, 19th Century With applied dolphin-form handles. Marked on underside “Fenton Stone Works”. Height 9.25”. Length 18”. Width 13”. 200/300

456.

ENGLISH IMARI PALETTE IRONSTONE PLATTER 19th Century Impressed “BB Ironstone”, and with British registry mark. Length 21.5”. 200/300

457.

WOOD & SONS “VERONA” PATTERN HANDCOLORED TRANSFERWARE PUNCH BOWL Burslem, England, Second Quarter of the 20th Century With gilded accents. Diameter 10.75”. 150/250

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ROYAL WORCESTER IVORY WARE VASE Circa 1880 In the form of an ovoid basket with relief branch and flower design and four tree branch-form feet. Green mark on base. Height 8.25”. 100/150

459.

PAIR OF GREEN AND WHITE HAVILAND PORCELAIN FIGURES OF LIONS 20th Century Made for Maitland-Smith. Both carrying baskets of flowers in their mouths. Bocage and floral details. Heights 12”. Lengths 14”. 300/400

460.

ELEVEN LIMOGES PORCELAIN BOXES 20th Century By various makers. Boxes in the form of a golf bag, a golf ball, a flower, a Nantucket basket purse, and birds in a nest. Two in the form of eggs. Remaining are rectangular or oval. Largest length 3.5”. 200/300

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CERALENE A. RAYNAUD ET CIE “PAVOT” PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE Limoges, France, Second Half of the 20th Century Poppy and delphinium design inspired by an 18th Century painting by Jan van Huysum at the Pinakothek, Munich. Includes original packing straw. Consists of: 12 10.75” plates 12 7.5” plates 12 6.5” plates 12 cups 11 saucers 2 covered tureens 2 oval platters, lengths 14” and 16” 1 oblong serving bowl 1 sauce tureen 1 teapot 1 covered sugar bowl 1 creamer 500/1,000 LIMOGES HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE France, Early 20th Century Decorated by Solange Patry-Bie. Each piece with a central floral bouquet in shades of green, blue, pink and purple. Consists of: 1 circular platter, diameter 12” 1 rectangular platter with molded handles, length 14.75” 12 7.25” plates 200/300 HEREND “ROTHSCHILD BIRD” PATTERN PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE Hungary, 20th Century Consists of: 8 10.25” plates 8 8.25” bowls 4 9.5” bowls 6 7” plates 4 6.25” plates 9 cups and saucers 4 7.5” plates in two different styles 1 teapot 1 circular covered tureen 1 milk jug 1 creamer 1 covered sugar bowl 1 sauce boat 1 covered butter dish 1 double-sided condiment dish 1 toothpick holder 1 pair of egg-form salt and pepper shakers 1,000/1,500

464.

HEREND “CHINESE BOUQUET RUST” PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE Hungary, Second Half of the 20th Century All with factory marks. Consists of: 12 10.25” plates 10 8.25” plates 9 6” plates 12 cups and saucers 4 soup bowls 1 7.5” plates 1 different saucer 1 teapot and cover 1 serving bowl with cut corners 1 covered sugar bowl 1 oval serving dish, length 13.25” 1 creamer 1 segmented sweetmeat server 1 sauce boat 1 oval dish, length 4.75” 1 bottle-form vase 1 circular dish, diameter 3.5” 1 small covered tureen 800/1,200

465.

THREE PIECES OF HEREND “MARKET GARDEN” PATTERN PORCELAIN Hungary, Second Half of the 20th Century A covered teapot with bird-from finial, height 5”, a plate, diameter 8”, and a covered muffin dish. All with factory marks. 300/400

466.

TWO ROYAL VIENNA-STYLE HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN URNS Austria, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Both with finely rendered portraits of women signed “Ferd” and tooled gilt flowers against a pink faux marble ground. One illegibly titled. Beehive mark. Largest height 17”. 300/500

467.

EIGHT AMBROSIUS LAMM PORCELAIN CABINET PLATES HAND-PAINTED WITH WAGNER OPERA THEMES Dresden, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Depict scenes from Tannhauser, Parsifal and Die Walkure, as identified on the reverse. All with elaborate neoclassical-style borders with tooled gilding. Overglaze blue lamb factory mark and beehive mark. Diameters 9.5”. 300/500

468.

FLEMISH-STYLE MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN ON PORCELAIN Late 19th Century Oval. Unsigned. Stamped on reverse with a red fleur-de-lis. Housed in a giltwood frame. Height of porcelain 4.5”. Framed 7.5” x 6.25”. 200/300

469.

KPM HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE Berlin, Germany, 19th Century Depicts a young gypsy woman standing by a birch tree. Indistinctly signed lower right. Impressed factory mark and handwritten inscription on the reverse. Plaque 13” x 8”. Framed 15.5” x 10.5”. 1,000/1,500

470.

MEISSEN HAND-PAINTED PORCELAIN FISH PLATTER Germany, Late 19th Century Decorated with a floral bouquet featuring a tulip, rose and violet. Shaped and gilded rim. First-quality crossed swords mark. Length 23”. 400/600

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PAIR OF MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN FIGURAL SALT OR SWEETMEAT DISHES Germany, Early 20th Century Modeled with male and female cherubs dressed as cooks seated on shell-form bowls. The boy holds a bowl and spoon and the girl holds a spice grinder. First-quality crossed swords marks. Lengths 7.25”. 600/800

472.

MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN COVERED SOUP TUREEN Germany, 20th Century First-quality crossed swords mark. Length 13”. 200/300

473.

MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN TEA TRAY Germany, 20th Century Square, with two handles and elaborate shell and crest border. Second-quality crossed swords mark. Length 16”. 250/350

474.

TWENTY BLUE ONION PATTERN PORCELAIN DISHES WITH PIERCED RIMS Germany, 20th Century 1-11) Eleven plates. Marked “Meissen” within an oval. Diameters 9”. 12-16) Five Meissen plates. First-quality crossed swords mark. Diameters 6”. 17-19) Three plates. Marked “Meissen” within an oval. Diameters 6”. 20) Plate marked “Meissen” within an oval. Diameter 7”. 200/300

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FOUR MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN BOWLS WITH PIERCED RIMS Germany, 20th Century Two circular, diameters 11” and 11.5”, and two oblong, one with braided handles, lengths 11” and 11.25”. All with crossed swords mark. Smaller oblong with first-quality marks, others with second-quality. 200/300 THREE MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN COMPOTES Germany, 20th Century 1-2) Two with pierced rims. Taller with first-quality crossed swords mark, shorter with second-quality mark. Heights 8.5” and 6”. 3) With scalloped rim. First-quality mark. Height 5.5”. 200/300 THREE MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN SERVING DISHES Germany, 20th Century All with second-quality crossed swords marks. 1) Circular compartmented dish with a shaped rim. Diameter 13.75”. 2) Circular serving platter with shaped rim. Diameter 13.25”. 3) Triangular dish with shaped rim. Length 9.75”. 200/300

478.

EIGHT PIECES OF MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN TABLEWARE Germany, 20th Century Together with a similar flower brick and plate. Meissen pieces with second-quality crossed swords marks unless otherwise noted. Includes: 1) Covered butter dish. Diameter 8”. 2-3) Creamer and covered sugar. 4-5) Two shell-form open salts. Lengths 4.5”. 6) Double-spouted posset pot and cover. First-quality mark. 7) Double-handled cup and saucer. 8) Bell. Height 4.25”. 300/500

479.

FOUR PIECES OF MEISSEN “BLUE ONION” PATTERN PORCELAIN TABLEWARE Germany, 20th Century All with crossed swords marks. First-quality unless otherwise noted. Includes: 1) Rectangular tray. Second-quality marks. Length 15”. 2) Shell-form double serving dish with loop handle. Length 9.25”. 3) Gravy boat. Length 9”. 4) Plate with pierced rim. Diameter 9.75”. 300/500

480.

MEISSEN PORCELAIN COMPOTE Germany, Late 19th Century Bowl formed from gilt, cobalt blue and white leaves on a knopped stem with spreading foot. First-quality crossed swords mark. Diameter 10.5”. 300/400

481.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Gentleman with a saddle. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 42” x 25”. Framed 46” x 29”. 500/800

482.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Knight on horseback. Signed lower right “W. Biel” (signature untraced). Oil on canvas, 36” x 27”. Framed 44.5” x 36.5”. 500/800

483.

LUDVIG GRUNDTVIG Denmark, 1836-1901 Portrait of an Arab. Signed and dated upper left “L. Grundtvig 1898”. Oil on board, 24” x 18.5”. Framed 30” x 24”. 500/1,000 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

484.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Fishing in a harbor. Signed illegibly lower left. Watercolor on paper, 4” x 7.5”. Framed 7” x 10”. 200/400

485.

GRAND TOUR MINIATURE PAINTING AFTER BOTTICELLI Florence, Italy, Late 19th Century Depicts “Virgin and Child, and Angels (Madonna of the Magnificat)”, in the Uffizi collection. Indistinctly signed. Diameter 3.5” sight. Framed 8.75” x 8.75”. 400/600

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AMERICAN SCHOOL Early 20th Century “Siena, Feb. 16. 05”, an unsigned work taken out of the portfolio of John Ripley, an early 20th Century graphic artist from Boston who traveled to Italy and painted many scenes there. Watercolor and gouache on paper, 10” x 14”. Framed 21” x 25”. 300/500 GRACEANN WARN Michigan, Contemporary “Villa - Toscano”. Signed lower right “Graceann Warn”. Housed in a shadow box gold leaf frame with découpaged road maps, painted columns, and an Italian postal stamp on a tag. Oil on board, 8” x 10”. Framed 16” x 20”. 300/400 LUDWIG BLUME-SIEBERT Germany/New York, 1853-1929 A woman in an interior. Signed lower left “L. Blume-Siebert”. Label verso for framer “Alois Kiem”. Oil on canvas, 20” x 15.25”. Framed 30” x 24”. 1,000/1,500 PAINTING OF A VICTORIAN-ERA BEACH SCENE Late 20th Century Appears to be unsigned. Oil on panel, 8” x 10”. Framed 12” x 14”. 400/600 ALBERTO BIANCHI Italy, 1882-1969 Two nude figures. Signed lower left “Bianchi”. Oil on board, 7” x 10”. Framed 13” x 16.5”. 400/600 SCHOOL OF ARTHUR CLIFTON GOODWIN United States, Early 20th Century Meadow landscape. Unsigned. Pastel, 18.5” x 22.5” sight. Framed 21.5” x 25.5”. 300/500 JOHN GROTH New York/Illinois, 1908-1988 Horse riders, Quorn, Leicestershire. Signed and dated upper right “John Groth ‘68”. Identified lower left and on label verso. Watercolor, 23.5” x 38” sight. Framed 33” x 47”. 300/500

493.

AMERICAN SCHOOL Contemporary Figures in a museum. Signed lower right “J.T”. Gouache and pencil on paper, 8.5” x 12”. Framed 17” x 20.5”. 300/500

494.

JOSEPH PENNELL Pennsylvania/New York/United Kingdom, 1857-1926 “Saint Paul’s Pavement”. Unsigned. Titled lower left and right. Image size 8.5” x 11”. Matted 16” x 20”. 1,500/2,500

495.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 20th Century Sunset coastal scene with a family of ducks. Signed lower left, possibly “Knud Lange”. Oil on canvas, 18.5” x 25.25”. Framed 24” x 31”. 300/400

496.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century A European village scene. Signed lower right “Bovy ‘80”. Oil on canvas, 32” x 26”. Framed 33.5” x 39.5”. 300/500

497.

ATTRIBUTED TO LEON BARRETT France, active early 20th Century A woman fixing her hair. Unsigned. Frame plaque marked “Leon Barrett”. Oil on canvas, relined, 40” x 32”. Framed 50” x 43”. 300/500

498.

PROSPER LOUIS SENAT Pennsylvania/California/Maine, 1852-1925 Seville. Signed and dated lower left “Prosper L. Senat. Seville. 1899”. Watercolor on paper, 38” x 24” sight. Framed 52” x 38”. 400/600

499.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Late 19th Century Still life of a mandolin, sheet music and roses. Signed lower right “E. Wdeking” (signature untraced). Oil on canvas laid on board, 21” x 31”. Framed 31” x 41”. 300/500

499A. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Winter scene with figures in the snow. Signed lower left “M...branche”. Oil on canvas, 10” x 13”. Framed 13” x 16”. 300/400 500.

KARL HARALD ALFRED BROGE Denmark, 1870-1955 Italian lakeside village scene with figures. Signed lower right “Alf. Broge”. Oil on canvas, 19” x 27”. Framed 24” x 31.5”. 300/500

501.

UMBERTO ROMANO New York/Massachusetts/Italy, 1905-1984 Warrior on a horse. Signed lower center “Umberto Romano”. Hand-touched lithograph on paper, 20” x 25”. Framed 23” x 27”. 200/400

502.

FRANCIS WHEATON New York, 1849-1942 Still life of cosmos and gladioli. Signed lower left “Francis Wheaton”. Oil on board, 19” x 12”. Framed 21” x 15”. 200/400

503.

HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER New Zealand, 1878-1951 Thatched-roof cottage. Signed lower right “H.S. Power”. Watercolor on paper, 16” x 20” sight. Framed 25.5” x 29.5”. 200/400

504.

JASON BERGER Massachusetts, 1924-2010 Abstract of an arbor and greenhouse. Signed lower right “Jason Berger”. Watercolor on paper, 23” x 17.5” sight. Framed 30” x 25”. 200/400

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ITALIAN SCHOOL 19th Century Bathers at the shore. Signed illegibly lower right. Inscribed in Italian verso. Oil on canvas, 16” x 20”. Framed 21” x 25”. 200/400

506.

MARSTON DEAN (BUD) HODGIN Ohio/California, 1903-2003 Double sided work: Pastoral landscape and a cabin in the woods. Landscape signed lower right “Marston D. Hodgin”. Oils on board, 20” x 24”. Framed 21” x 25”. 300/400

507.

GLADYS THAYER United States, 1886-1945 Still life of roses. Signed and dated lower right “Gladys Thayer Monadnock November 1903”. “Philadelphia Water Color ...” exhibit label verso. Watercolor, 18” x 14”. Framed 19” x 15”. 200/400

514.

DOROTHY P. NEAVES United States, 20th Century “Chrysanthemums”. In the manner of Laura Coombs Hills (Massachusetts, 1859-1952). Signed lower left “Dorothy P. Neaves”. Titled verso. Pastel, 25” x 20.5” sight. Framed 28.25” x 23.5”. 400/600

515.

CHARLES COURTNEY CURRAN New York/Ohio, 1861-1942 “Lovers”. Unsigned. Accompanied by a note signed by Blake Benton stating the painting was acquired by his mother, Kaycee Benton, a known Curran authority, from the Curry estate. Oil on board, 5” x 4”. Framed 8.5” x 7.5”. 800/1,200

516.

WILLIAM T. ROBINSON Massachusetts, 1852-1934 Floral still life. Signed lower left “W.T. Robinson”. Oil on canvas, 22” x 30”. Framed 36” x 27”. 600/900

508.

WILLIAM FISHER New York, 1890-1985 Autumn landscape. Signed lower right “William Fisher”. Oil on canvas board, 20” x 24”. Framed 27” x 30”. 300/400

517.

JOHN B. SISLEY United States, Mid-20th Century “Spring and Main - Sunday Morning”. Titled and signed verso. Oil on canvas, 26” x 30”. Framed 31.5” x 35.5”. 200/400

509.

EUROPEAN SCHOOL Early 20th Century “Byrrh Tonique Hygienique”, an Art Nouveau advertising mock-up. Unsigned. Pencil sketch of a nude woman on reverse. Watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper, sheet size 11” x 14.5”. Framed 18” x 22”. 200/300

518.

GEORG SCHLICHT Russia/Germany, 1886-1964 Illustration for “The Firebird”, 1922. Signed in pencil lower right “G. Schlicht”. Watercolor on paper, 12.5” x 10.5”. Framed 17” x 14”. 400/600

510.

ROBERT BEVERLY HALE New York/Massachusetts, 1901-1985 Sketch of two pegasi. Signed and dated lower left “Robert B. Hale 1943”. Graphite on paper, 22” x 16.5”. Unframed. 300/500 Robert Hale was the curator of American paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and an instructor of artistic anatomy at the Art Students League of New York and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art.

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EDNA HIBEL Massachusetts/Florida, 1917-2015 A young lady seated at a table. Signed lower right “Edna Hibel”. Oil on canvas, 19” x 14.5”. Framed 21” x 17”. 200/300

520.

ELI SILSETH Norway, 1927-1991 Rocky coastline. Signed and dated 1962 lower right. Watercolor on paper, sheet size 10” x 14”. Unframed. 150/250

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FRANZ KNEBEL Switzerland, 1809-1877 Expansive landscape with ruins. Signed lower left “F. Knebel ... Roma 1871”. Oil on canvas, 28” x 48.75”. Framed 37.75” x 58.75”. 5,000/8,000

522.

MANUEL WSSEL DE GUIMBARDA Spain/Cuba, 1833-1907 A mother and young child. Signed lower right “Wssel 83”. Watercolor, 24” x 37.5” sight. Framed 28” x 41”. 1,500/2,500

511.

AMERICAN SCHOOL Late 20th Century Still life of fruit and bittersweet. Signed lower right “Drusa”. Oil on canvas, 16” x 12”. Framed 21.5” x 17.25”. 300/500

512.

EVERETT C. MCNEAR Illinois/Minnesota, 1904-1984 European street scene. Signed lower right “Everett McNear”. Label verso for Goldwach Gallery, Chicago. Oil on canvas, 30” x 48”. Framed 34” x 52”. 300/400

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DOROTHY P. NEAVES United States, 20th Century “Lilies and Larkspur”. In the manner of Laura Coombs Hills (Massachusetts, 1859-1952). Signed lower left “Dorothy P. Neaves”. Titled verso. Pastel, 25” x 20.5” sight. Framed 28.25” x 23.5”. 400/600

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MORRIS M. SHULMAN New York, 1912-1978 “Blighted Spuce”. Signed and dated upper right “M. Shulman 1950”. Titled on Metropolitan Museum of Art label verso. Oil on board, 36” x 26”. Framed 41” x 30”. 400/600 Exhibited: University of Nebraska Art Galleries: Nebraska Art Association’s Autumn Show, 1951 (label verso). Provenance: Duveen-Graham Gallery, New York (label verso).

532.

SET OF THREE GLASS JEWELRY BOXES Contemporary With an aqua shagreen pattern and silvered mounts. Lengths from 7.75” to 9.75”. 300/500

533.

GERMAN BRASS DESK STANDISH Early 20th Century With acid-etched stylized flower design. Length 11”. Width 7”. 150/250

534.

TWO BRASS INKWELLS Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Standish with two inkwells and a pen tray. Length 10.5”. 2) Inkwell with hinged cover and porcelain insert. Length 6”. 150/250

535.

PORTUGUESE SILVER PLATED DESK STANDISH 19th Century With pierced gallery. Includes rest for three pens and two inkwells flanking a central container with a lift-off domed lid with figural finial. Length 11”. 150/250

536.

ENGLISH SILVER PLATED DESK STANDISH Early 19th Century With gadrooned edge and four feet. Includes two pen trays, an inkwell, a pounce pot and a removable chamber stick. Unmarked. Length 8.25”. 200/300

537.

TWO VICTORIAN BRASS AND CRYSTAL INKWELLS 19th Century Both unmarked. One with hinged dome top and faceted body, height 4.5”, and the other with a hinged top with knob finial, height 3.75”. 200/300

538.

TWO AESTHETIC MOVEMENT INKWELLS Circa 1875 1) Silver plated and clear glass, with a flower-form finial and square base with frieze of stylized classical figures. Height 4.75”. 2) Nickel silver, with an arched and pierced gallery. Length 5.25”. 200/300

539.

TWO PAIRS OF CRANBERRY GLASS LIGHTING DEVICES Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Pair of brass spring-loaded candlesticks with cranberry glass hurricane shades. Heights 19”. 2) Pair of fluid lamps with cranberry swirled glass font, brass fluted columns and ormolu-mounted marble bases. Heights including hurricane shades 23”. 400/600

540.

THIRTY-SEVEN PIECES OF BACCARAT TABLEWARE France, 20th Century All with factory mark. Includes two decanters, one in the “Piccadilly” pattern, and 35 pieces of “Buckingham” stemware: 13 water goblets, eight claret glasses, nine port glasses and five champagne coupes. 500/700

541.

LARGE ART GLASS VASE 20th Century With ruffled rim, a wide black band of millefiori canes on a blue-green ground, and a turquoise interior. Label on underside for Kraus Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee. Height 16”. Width 15”. 200/300

MO COM Massachusetts, b. 1901 “Girls at Bar”. Titled and artist identified on label verso. Oil on masonite, 12.5” x 11”. Framed 15.25” x 14”. 200/300

525.

COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS BY VARIOUS ARTISTS Two portfolios with mostly pen, pencil and ink drawings, as well as a few watercolors, pastels and prints. One portfolio contains many horse-themed works, and another contains landscapes and animal-themed works. 500/1,000

526.

“A NEW AND ACCURATE MAP OF FRANCE WITH IT’S AQUISITIONS ... [SIC]” 18th Century By Emannuel Bowens. Plate No 10 for the 1747 issue of the Complete System of Geography. Depicts the entire Kingdom of France including the newly acquired regions of Lorraine and Artois. Entire region rendered in extraordinary detail, noting mountains, rivers, roads, lakes, cities and other topographical features. Two insets along left border detail the Harbor of Brest and the City and Port of Toulon. Short paragraph in top right quadrant describes the English Channel and the Coast of France. Decorative title cartouche in lower left quadrant. 15” x 18” sight. Framed 20” x 23”. 300/400

527.

HAND-COLORED MAP OF GREECE “Published Nov. 1st 1814 by S. & G. Neele 352 Strand”. 11.5” x 17.5” sight. Framed 17” x 23”. 150/250

528.

PIPE CARVED IN THE FORM OF A LADY’S LEG Early 20th Century Figured wood bowl. Gutta percha stem modeled as a lady’s leg in stocking and boot. Length 5”. Includes metal stand. 200/300

529.

TOLEWARE TEA BOX Early 20th Century Painted green floral decoration. Added metal feet and handles. Height 23”. Width 11”. Depth 11”. 300/500

530.

BRASS SEAHORSE-FORM GONDOLA “CAVALLI” ORNAMENT 19th Century Designed to hold the steering ropes of a Venetian gondola. Rare large size. Height 11.75”. 700/900

531.

FOUR DECORATIVE SHEEP 20th Century Nearly life-size stuffed sheep, two with black faces and legs and one with horns. Largest height approx. 35”. Length 34”. Width 16”. 200/300

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542.

LARGE ART GLASS VESSEL 20th Century In fan form, with a colorful abstract design on an amethyst ground. Label on underside for Kraus Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee. Height 11”. Width 25”. Depth 9.25”. 150/250

543.

THIRTEEN PIECES OF LALIQUE CRYSTAL TABLEWARE France, Second Half of the 20th Century All signed “Lalique France”. Includes: 1-10) Ten “Marienthal” dessert plates. Diameters 6.75”. 11-13) Three “Yseult” pieces: a bowl, length 7”, and two open salts, lengths 3”. 200/300

544.

545.

546.

547.

548.

LALIQUE FROSTED GLASS “ORMEAUX” VASE Circa 1926 Also known as “Feuillages”. In bulbous form with a leaf pattern. Signed on base “R. Lalique France No. 984”. Height 6.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350 THIRTY-SEVEN PIECES OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMWARE AND BARWARE Ireland, 20th Century All with factory marks. Includes: 1-18) Eighteen pieces in the “Tyrone” pattern: two water goblets, heights 7”, four claret wineglasses, heights 6.5”, six 10 oz. flat tumblers, heights 4.75”, and six old fashioned, heights 3.5”. 19-34) Sixteen pieces in the “Templemore” pattern: five claret wineglasses, heights 6.5”, and 11 old fashioned, heights 3.5”. 35-37) Three “Maeve” pattern 5 oz. flat tumblers. 150/250 SIXTEEN ASSORTED BOHEMIAN WINEGLASSES Mid-20th Century In various colors, forms and designs. Includes two pairs. Unmarked. Heights from 6.25” to 11.25”. 300/500 SIX CUT CRYSTAL TUMBLERS America, Early 20th Century In an alternating flower and leaf design. Star-cut bases. Unmarked. Heights 3.5”. 100/200 TWELVE CRYSTAL AND PORCELAIN DECORATIVE ITEMS 20th-21st Century 1-2) Two Baccarat crystal table flowers, one orange and one purple. Signed. Lengths 3.5”. 3) Yellow Lalique crystal “Paquerette” flower dish. Signed. Length 3.75”. 4-6) Three Swarovski crystal miniature flower pots. Signed. Heights to 2”. 7) Swarovski crystal miniature teddy bear holding a honey pot. Signed. Height 1.5”. 8) Meissen porcelain dish with pierced sides and hand-painted flower spray. First-quality crossed swords mark. Length 3.5”. 9-10) Pair of miniature porcelain spaniels. Unmarked. Heights 2.75”. 11) Miniature porcelain spaniel figure. Gilt anchor mark. Height 2.5”. 12) Carlsbad porcelain dresser jar with blue transfer floral decoration. Stamped mark. Diameter 3.5”. 200/300

549.

TRAVELING DRESSER SET 19th Century Casket-form Cuban mahogany box with hinged lid and brass lock plate marked “A. Vedel 91 Rue Richelieu a Paris”. Brass shield-form plaque on lid engraved with monogram “GD”. Tiered interior contains two removable compartmented trays, one fitted with glass and silver containers and the other with assorted tools, many with ivory handles. Space below trays for assorted brushes, etc. Lid fitted with removable velvet sleeve, probably for a mirror or travel documents. Some pieces with monogram. Height 5”. Length 6”. Width 13.25”. 500/800

550.

CONTINENTAL CARVED WOODEN FIGURE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT 19th Century Depicted as a dove surrounded by rays. Traces of original paint. Length 23.5”. 300/500

551.

ITALIAN CARVED, PAINTED AND GILT FIGURE GROUP OF PUTTI 19th Century Height 8”. Length 12”. 300/500

552.

SEVEN BLACK FOREST CARVED WOODEN FIGURES OF CATTLE 19th and 20th Century Lengths from 4.25” to 14.5”. The largest fits into a marble base. 300/500

553.

TWO RUSSIAN EASTERN ORTHODOX ALTAR CLOTHS Late 19th Century Both with matching bicolor metallic thread stumpwork featuring grapes, wheat, flower and a cross on a rust red velvet ground. Both stamped in Cyrillic on the reverse. 13” x 13” and 18.5” x 27”. 300/400

554.

UNUSUAL PAIR OF MODERNE BRASS ANDIRONS First Half of the 20th Century Urn tops on columnar stems raised on Omega-shaped bases with stylized paw feet. Heights 27”. Depths 22.5”. 200/400

555.

TWO VICTORIAN BRASS WATERING CANS England, 19th Century Largest’s cover engraved with conjoined Cs beneath an earl’s coronet. Largest retailed by Maple & Co., London. Heights 11” and 17.5”. 150/250

556.

PAIR OF FRENCH TOLE VASES Early 19th Century In squared trumpet form, with four paw feet resting on a faux marble plinth. En grisaille decoration of a man and a woman gathering grapes against a yellow ground. Heights 12.25”. 200/250

557.

CONTINENTAL COPPER AND CAST IRON DECORATIVE SHIELD Late 19th Century With relief decoration of Roman soldiers. Diameter 23”. 300/500

558.

PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS 19th Century Each with four candle cups on an adjustable turned shaft. Shaft with a turned ball top and trifoot claw-foot base. Height 16”. Width across drop pans 10”. 300/500

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559.

GRAND TOUR ROMAN-STYLE SILVERED BRONZE FIGURAL OIL LAMP Italy, Late 19th Century Cover mounted with a standing nude man. Lamp with elaborate foliate handle and double spouts. Weighted base. Unmarked. Length 11.5”. 300/500

560.

JENNENS AND BETTRIDGE GUTTA-PERCHA TEA CADDY England, 19th Century With mother-of-pearl inlay and velvet lining. Stamped on underside “Jennens and Bettridge Makers to the Queen”. Height 5”. Width 6.5”. Depth 4.75”. 200/300

561.

562.

BETJEMANN’S COROMANDEL AND BRASS TANTALUS England, 19th Century Includes three matched cut crystal decanters and Colonial Williamsburg reproduction Stieff sterling silver bottle tickets for rye, scotch and bourbon. Stamped marks. Height 11.5”. Width 14.5”. 250/350

563.

SWISS MUSIC BOX Marquetry-inlaid mahogany case. Brass cylinder. Case length 16.5”. 300/500

564.

CONTINENTAL CARVED BONE KING AND QUEEN FIGURES Probably German, 19th Century Relief-carved, with the queen holding a child and the king a pouch. Heights approx. 5.5”. Mounted on wooden stands. Overall heights 7”. 700/1,000

565.

FINE CARVED AND GILT FRAME 19th Century Houses a 19th Century old master copy. Aperture 21.25” x 16”. Overall 31” x 25”. 300/500

566.

ETCHED GLASS AND GILT-BRONZE PENDANT LIGHT FIXTURE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In bell jar form, with spiral floral design. Unmarked. Glass height 8”. 600/800

567.

PAIR OF METAL MIRRORED SCONCES 20th Century With single-socle arms and curved mirror backs. Heights 18”. Widths 8”. Depths 6”. 200/225

568.

LANTERN-FORM BRONZE PENDANT LIGHT FIXTURE 20th Century With three lights. Height 20”. 500/700

569.

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ENGLISH SHELL DOUBLE TEA CADDY First Half of the 19th Century Sarcophagus-form top. Bombé body with brass cartouche and ball feet. Interior with two lidded compartments and foil lining. Length 7”. 200/300

PAIR OF EDWARD F. CALDWELL & CO. GILT-BRONZE CEILING LIGHT FIXTURES New York, Late 19th/Early 20th Century In acanthus leaf form, with chased finish. Both stamped near socket. Diameters 10.5”. 600/900

570.

PAIR OF TORCHIERE-FORM GILT-BRONZE WALL SCONCES Late 19th/Early 20th Century With later spherical frosted glass shades. Sconces unmarked. Heights 15.75”. 400/600

571.

PAIR OF TWO-LIGHT PARCEL-GILT-BRONZE WALL SCONCES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Cast as putti suspended from ribbands. Unmarked. Heights 22.5”. 300/500

572.

PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL THREE-LIGHT GILT-BRONZE WALL SCONCES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Unmarked. Heights 18”. 400/600

573.

THREE TWO-LIGHT GILT-BRONZE SCONCES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Unmarked. Heights 17”. 600/900

574.

TWO PENDANT LIGHT FIXTURES WITH ACORN-FORM SHADES 20th Century Clear cut crystal shades and gilt-bronze mounts. Heights 11”. Plates 6.5”. 300/500

575.

PAIR OF CONTINENTAL BRASS TWO-LIGHT SCONCES WITH GLASS HURRICANE SHADES 19th Century With S-scroll arms. Height inclusive of hurricanes 26.5”. 600/900

576.

CAST IRON SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER Second Half of the 20th Century Oval, with double-chain drop. Length 39.5”. 800/1,200

577.

PAIR OF BRASS TWO-SOCLE WALL SCONCES Early 20th Century In a foliate design. Some elements painted green. Electrified. Heights 16.5”. 100/200

578.

PAIR OF FOUR-LIGHT GILT-METAL WALL SCONCES Late 19th Century Cast as bouquets of lilies tied with ribbon. Unmarked. Metal height 14”. 200/300

579.

CAST METAL FIGURAL LAMP BASE France, Early 20th Century In the form of a seated woman in classical robes. Circular mark on reverse. Height 23.25”. 150/250

580.

GLASS AND BRONZE LAMP BASE 19th Century Glass stem with blue morning glory flowers against an opaque white ground. Parcel-gilt base featuring a courting couple with a city in the background. Unmarked. Height 27.5”. 200/300

581.

NEOCLASSICAL-STYLE GILT-BRONZE SINUMBRA LAMP Shade decorated with grapevines. Base cast as a standing female figure. Unsigned. Total height 27”. 200/300

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582.

CAST METAL SINUMBRA LAMP Onion-form shade cut with flowers. Four-part columnar base. Unmarked. Total height 29.5”. 200/300

583.

FIVE PIECES OF LIGHTING Includes a pair of turned walnut candlesticks, a pair of brass candlesticks, and a single brass chamber stick. Heights from 3” to 10.5”. 200/300

584.

585.

586.

587.

588.

CORNELIUS-STYLE GILT-BRONZE FIVE-LIGHT CHANDELIER 19th Century Rococo-style, with masks and exuberant foliage. Apparently unmarked. Height 30”. 1,500/2,500 PAIR OF GILT-BRONZE CANDELABRA IN THE MANNER OF CORNELIUS & BAKER Philadelphia, 19th Century or Later With five socles, the central higher than the others. Stems in the form of a child holding a cornucopia. Ornate trifid bases. Heights 21.75”. 200/400 ORIENTAL RUG: MESHED 10’11” x 14’7” Dark and light blue central medallion features blossoms and an elaborate scrolling vine and is surrounded by a variety of colorful flowering branches on a red field. Navy blue spandrels with flower vases. Blue and pale celadon green borders. 500/1,000 TWO ORIENTAL RUGS: KARAJA AND SARABAND MATS 2’0” x 2’7” and 2’1”x 2’0” Karaja: Blue and salmon pink geometric medallions are surrounded by a variety of colorful stylized leaves and branches on an ivory field with red and blue borders. Saraband: Dark blue geometric medallion contains and is surrounded by red and blue stylized blossoms and boteh on a rust red field with midnight blue and ivory borders. 80/120 ORIENTAL RUG: SARABAND RUNNER 2’7” x 11’5” Staggered rows of white boteh on a red field. 200/300

589.

ORIENTAL RUG: JOSHEGHAN 2’4” x 4’10” Blue central medallion is surrounded by clusters of diamondshaped floral motifs in blues, ivory and celadon green. Light and dark blue borders. 100/200

590.

ORIENTAL RUG: PERSIAN DESIGN 8’4” x 10’0” Ivory, navy blue and celadon green central medallion with blossoms and branches throughout. Red field with flower branches and elaborate spandrels in colors to match the medallion. Blue, red and ivory borders. 300/500

591.

ORIENTAL RUG: KESHAN DESIGN 8’0” x 8’2” Bright ivory and navy blue central medallion on a red field over a navy blue subfield with petite ivory spandrels. Palmettes and delicate flowering vine throughout. Pale gold, olive green and navy blue borders. 300/500

592.

CONTEMPORARY PILE CARPET: ABSTRACT DESIGN 2’3” x 6’11” Rounded abstract shapes, rendered in bright red, white, gray, black and gold, run end to end and side to side of the ivory field. 150/250

593. ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH 2’5” x 3’8” Ivory field contains four bold red peacocks surrounded by stylized flowering branches in red, yellow, green, brown and pink. Black borders with a variety of stylized blossoms. Rectangular panels at each end with geometric motifs. 100/150 594. ORIENTAL RUG: BAKHTIARI DESIGN 5’2” x 8’3” Gridwork pattern with rectangles enclosing a variety of colorful floral motifs rendered in rich reds, blues, gold, orange and ivory. Ivory floral main border. 250/350 595.

ORIENTAL RUG: KAZAK DESIGN 3’10” x 7’0” Red field with three sunburst medallions in dark blue, ivory, red and gold. Narrow red and ivory borders. 400/600

596.

ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN PERSIAN 6’5” x 10’5” Navy blue, dark red, amethyst, bengal orange and smoke gray geometric medallions on a dark red field with serpentine edge above a midnight blue subfield. Stylized flower branches and scattered bird figures throughout. Dark red guard borders. Midnight blue main borders. 400/600

597.

ORIENTAL RUG: NORTHWEST PERSIAN 4’0” x 9’2” Red field with a series of repeating abrashed blue and bright ivory gabled medallions, each containing an abrashed red stylized motif and surrounded by abrashed amethyst lattice vines. Ivory subfield. Red, brown, gold and amethyst borders with geometric motifs and meandering vines. 250/350

598.

ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN 5’7” x 8’6” Field comprised of a grid of rectangles, each containing diamond-shaped elements in shades of dark red, blue, dark green, gold, amethyst and ivory. Red and white barber pole interior border. Other borders in red and ivory. 350/550

599.

ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH PRAYER 2’8” x 4’4” Geometric charcoal field and mihrab contain staggered rows of geometric blossoms and medallions in red, ivory, charcoal and dark copper. Broad red main border contains a repeating stylized motif in brown, blue and subtle orange. 80/120

600.

ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH 3’0” x 4’11” Field composed of diagonal stripes comprised of rust red and brown contiguous diamonds containing dark blue and ivory elements. Broad rust red main border with blue and brown serpentine vine. 150/250

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601.

ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH 3’2” x 5’7” Midnight blue field with a lattice pattern composed of octagons containing a repeating stylized element in brown, rust red and ivory. Broad rust red main border with stylized elements echoing the field. 150/250

602.

ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH BAG FACE 1’10” x 2’1” Field composed of contiguous red, blue and green diamonds, each containing colorful latch hook medallions. Blue guard borders. Red main border. 150/200

603.

ORIENTAL RUG: SULTANABAD DESIGN 8’2” x 9’8” Traditional blossoms, palmettes and Shah Abbas motifs in light blue, tan, peach, pale green, red, amethyst and ivory are symmetrically arranged about the center lines of a salmon pink field. Light blue and ivory guard borders. Navy blue main border. 300/500

610. ORIENTAL RUG: HERIZ 9’9” x 13’3” Abrashed brown, red, olive green and ice blue gabled medallion on an abrashed red field above a bright ivory subfield. Faded red and gray spandrels. Abrashed brown main border with turtle motif. 700/1,000 611. ORIENTAL RUG: SCULPTED CHINESE 4’0” x 6’2” Empty light verdigris field and exterior border. Pale lavender main border sparsely decorated with flowering branches and bamboo in shades of gray, pastel tan and ivory. 80/120

604.

ORIENTAL RUG: SERAPI DESIGN 3’0” x 5’0” Gabled medallion in faded shades of slate blue, yellow and salmon pink occupies a salmon red field above a blue subfield. Branches, blossoms and leaves throughout. Blue main border with turtle motif. 100/200

605.

ORIENTAL RUG: TURKISH 2’6” x 4’3” Bright red field with geometric medallions with latch hook perimeters of dark bengal orange and ivory. Stylized elements of brown and gray scattered evenly throughout. Orange and ivory interior borders and a colorful barber pole exterior border. 150/200

613. ORIENTAL RUGS: TENT OR ANIMAL TRAPPINGS One with large red and orange tassels and a gold and midnight blue serrated leaf and wine cup motif on an orange field. Other with maroon, orange, pink and blue tassels along end and one edge, and a repeated dark red, dark blue and orange geometric motif on an ivory field. 100/200

606.

ORIENTAL RUG: TURKISH 3’4” x 6’5” Red field with two rows of linked geometric gold medallions with gray outlines. Medallions contain red, brown, subtle green and bright ivory stylized flowers. Dark brown main border. 150/200

614. ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN 1’10” x 3’7” Field with red, brown and blue bands featuring a repeating latch hook motif. Narrow red main border. 120/180

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ORIENTAL RUG: SULTANABAD DESIGN 9’7” x 13’9” Cascading columns of bold scrolling leaves and blossoms in shades of gold, red, green and dark mahogany brown on a verdigris ground. Borders in shades of gold contain motifs to echo the field. 700/1,000

609.

ORIENTAL RUG: HAMADAN MAT 2’1” x 3’11” Abrashed marine blue field with a red geometric medallion containing blue and peach stylized blossoms. Colorful serpentine main border. 80/120 TWO ORIENTAL RUGS: HAMADAN MATS 1’8” x 3’5” and 1’6” x 2’5” One with floral quatrefoil central motif surrounded by symmetrically arranged floral bouquets rendered in pastel pink, ivory, blue, dark olive green and amethyst on a red field with an ivory floral main border. Other with symmetrically arranged flowering branches bearing colorful leaves and blossoms in blue, ivory, pale yellow, peach and dark brown on a red field with an ivory floral main border. 50/100

612.

ORIENTAL RUG: PAIR OF CONJOINED AFGHANI SADDLEBAGS 3’0” x 3’11” Flatwoven faces. Dark blue fields and brown and red borders with stylized elements throughout in red, orange, green, blue and ivory. 200/300

615.

MIDDLE-EASTERN-STYLE BRASS PENDANT LIGHT FIXTURE 20th Century Together with three plastic sconces with faux marble finish. The pierced pendant with scrolling animal design. Height 9”. 200/300

616.

INDO-PERSIAN SANDALWOOD TABORET 20th Century Octagonal, with open-carved legs, and bone and mother-ofpearl inlay. Height 22”. Top 16” x 16”. 250/350

617.

ANGLO-INDIAN BRASS-INLAID ROSEWOOD FOLDING TABLE MIRROR 19th Century Four hinged panels and five mirrors framed by arches decorated with flowers. Unmarked. Height 20.5”. Width 22.5”. 300/500

618.

LARGE WOODEN BUST OF A SOUTH AMERICAN MALE FIGURE With polychrome headband. Height 38”. Width 29”. Depth 22”. 500/800

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619.

POLYNESIAN CARVED WOODEN WALL HANGING With some polychrome decoration. Height 51”. Width 20”. Depth 16”. 500/1,000

620.

621.

630.

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES 19th Century Both rectangular, with cavetto molding and scenic landscape decoration. Unmarked. Lengths 11”. 300/500

TWO JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN SLEEPING CATS (NEMURI) 20th Century Lengths 9” and 12”. 300/400

631.

TIBETAN WOODEN LIFT-TOP STORAGE CONTAINER 20th Century Red stained front with flower and butterfly decoration. Sides with dovetail construction. Four square feet. Height 29”. Width 22”. Depth 19”. 400/600

CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LIGHTHOUSE-FORM COFFEEPOT 19th Century Domed cover with berry-form finial. Pot with double-strap handle. Unmarked. Height 9.75”. 300/500

632.

CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN COVERED SOUP TUREEN AND OCTAGONAL PLATTER 19th Century With similar, but non-matching scenes and borders. Soup tureen with foliate finial on lid and pig’s-head handles. Both pieces unmarked. Tureen length 11.75”. Platter length 16”. 400/600

633.

TWO CHINESE EXPORT CELADON PORCELAIN PLATTERS Late 19th/Early 20th Century One octagonal, length 12.5”, and one oval, length 15”. Both with polychrome decoration of birds, insects and flowers. Unmarked. 300/400

634.

CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL Late 19th Century With medallions filled with figures alternating with flowerfilled vases on a faux bois ground. Unmarked. Diameter 11”. 400/600

635.

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MANDARIN PORCELAIN OVAL PLATTER Late 19th Century With figural scenes alternating with landscapes against a gilt ground filled with flowers and butterflies. Unmarked. Length 12.5”. 300/400

636.

CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN LOW BOWL Late 19th Century With central floral bouquet and butterflies and a scalloped thousand butterfly rim. Unmarked. Diameter 10”. 250/350

637.

CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN COVERED CIDER JUG Late 19th/Early 20th Century Cover with foo dog final. Cask-form body with double-strap handle. Unmarked. Height 6.75”. 300/500

638.

THREE PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN Late 19th Century A low bowl with scalloped rim, diameter 10.25”, a covered sauce tureen, and an underplate for the sauce tureen. Length 7.5”. 200/300

639.

CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE Late 19th Century Includes a teapot, height 5.5”, a covered sugar bowl and a helmet-form creamer, all with gilded accents. All unmarked. 500/800

622.

CHINESE BAMBOO LOW TABLE/BENCH Molded bamboo stalk base with inset reeded top. Height 15”. Length 60”. Width 17”. 200/300

623.

CHINESE TAPESTRY ALTAR COVER 19th Century Finely stitched four-clawed dragons and flowers on a brown ground. 54” x 23”. 300/500

624.

CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT 20th Century Decorated with elaborate exotic birds in a colorful floral landscape, separated by bands of raised red bosses. Height 19”. Diameter at top 12”. 200/225

625.

626.

627.

628.

629.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century With small figural handles at shoulders and decoration of vases, auspicious symbols and turquoise lappet. AMA Antiques label on base. Height 13”. Mounted as a table lamp. 400/600 SEVENTEEN PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN 19th Century 1-2) Chestnut basket and undertray. Lengths 10.25”. 3-6) Four plates. Diameters 9.25”. 7-8) Sauce tureen and undertray. 9-10) Two handled covered cups. 11-14) Two bowls with saucers. 15-16) Two egg cups. 17) One mug. 300/500 THREE CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PLATES Late 18th/Early 19th Century One with central decoration of gilt storks amongst a grisaille landscape and a cobalt blue and gilt border. Retains label for Art Exchange New York. Other two with Famille Rose decoration and scalloped edges. Diameters 9”. 200/300 CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century With cut corners and interior decoration of two dragons. Unmarked. Diameter 9.5”. 300/500 CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 19th Century Lozenge-form, with four shell-form feet. Unmarked. Length 13.25”. 300/500

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640.

WILLIAM J. SCHULTZ Massachusetts/Florida, 1919-2005 Still life of a picnic basket overflowing with fruit. Signed lower right “W. Schultz”. Oil on canvas, 16” x 20”. Framed 20.5” x 24.5”. 250/350

641.

WILLIAM J. SCHULTZ Massachusetts/Florida, 1919-2005 Floral still life. Signed lower right “W. Schultz”. Oil on canvas, 16” x 20”. Framed 20” x 24”.

CHARLES C. GRUPPE Connecticut, b. 1928 Harbor scene. Signed lower right. Oil on board, 32” x 48”. Framed 34” x 50”. 400/600

643.

JOHN CUTHBERT HARE Massachusetts/Florida, 1908-1978 A church under moonlight. Signed lower right “John Hare”. Oil on masonite, 20” x 16”. Framed 24” x 19.5”. 300/500

644.

LAURA COOMBS HILLS Massachusetts, 1859-1952 Vase of delphiniums. Signed faintly upper right “Laura Hills”. Pastel on paper, 23” x 13.5” sight. Framed 27” x 17.5”. 800/1,200

645.

SERGIO CECCHI Italy, 1921-1986 European monastery. Signed lower right “S. Cecchi”. Watercolor on paper, 14” x 7.75” sight. Framed 20.25” x 13.5”. 300/500

646.

STOW WENGENROTH New York/Massachusetts, 1906-1978 “New England Green”, Wiscasset, Maine, 1944. Signed in pencil lower right “Stow Wengenroth”. Marked in pencil lower left “Ed/75”, from a limited edition of 100. Label verso for J. Assenheim & Son, “Established 1870 Importers of Etchings Sportings, Etc.”, New York. Lithograph on paper, 11” x 16.25” sight. Framed 18” x 23”. 200/300

648.

649.

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AMERICAN SCHOOL 20th Century Abstract view of a man on a beach. Signed illegibly lower right. Oil on canvas, 40” x 42”. Framed 42” x 44”. 800/1,200

651.

C.A. ROBERTS Turn of the 20th Century Girls on the beach. Signed and dated lower right “C.A. Roberts - April 29th 96”. Watercolor and gouache on board, 8.5” x 11.5” sight. Framed 14” x 16”. 250/350

652.

JEROME HOWES New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b. 1955 A pilot boat flying an American ensign. Signed lower right “Jerome Howes”. Oil on masonite, 22.5” x 28”. Framed 27.5” x 33.5”. 1,500/2,000

653.

FERDINAND PAUTROT France, 1832-1874 A pheasant on a leafy outcrop. Signed “Pautrot”. Bronze, height 12.75”. 500/1,000

654.

EDGARDO LUALDI Massachusetts, b. 1900 Still life of poppies in a blue vase. Signed lower left “Edgardo Lualdi”. Signed and titled verso. Oil on canvas, 24” x 16”. Framed 32.5”” x 24.5”. 300/400

655.

ALICE COLDBREADTH United States, 20th Century Grazing cattle. Monogrammed lower right “AC”. Oil on canvas, 32” x 38”. Framed 35.5” x 42”. 600/900 Provenance: A Connecticut Estate.

656.

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Two dogs in a landscape. Signed lower right “F. Peters”. Oil on canvas, 20” x 27.5”. Framed 25.5” x 33”. 250/350

657.

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century A dog chasing a rooster. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 11” x 14”. Framed 13” x 17”. 250/350

658.

ALBERT VAN GELDEREN Continental, 19th Century Romantic landscape with a horse stopping for a drink by a house. Signed lower left “A.V. Geld....”. Identified on label verso. Oil on board, 9.5” x 11.75”. Framed 15.5” x 17”. 250/350

659.

ATTRIBUTED TO PIETER STORTENBEKER Denmark/The Netherlands, 1828-1898 Barnyard scene with cattle and sheep. Unsigned. Artist identified on frame plaque. Oil on canvas, 44” x 59”. Framed 50.25” x 65.75”. 2,000/3,000

250/350

642.

647.

650.

LEMUEL D. ELDRED Massachusetts, 1848-1921 Three Venetian scenes. All signed in plate and in pencil lower left “L.D. Eldred”. Etchings on paper, the largest 6.5” x 10.5” sight. Framed 15” x 19”. 300/500 LEMUEL D. ELDRED Massachusetts, 1848-1921 Caravan in the desert, likely the Sahara. Signed in plate lower left and in pencil lower right “L.D. Eldred”. Pencil sketch remarque lower left of a resting camel. Etching on paper, 16.25” x 26.5” sight. Framed 28” x 38”. 600/900 AMEE DAVIS New Jersey/Massachusetts, 1893-1972 “Gloucester”. Signed lower right “A. Davis”. Titled on exhibition label verso. Oil on canvas board, 18” x 14”. Framed 22” x 18”. 400/600

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660.

GERTRUDE CHESTER California/Cuba, 1841-1913 Still life of an overturned basket of fruit. Signed lower left “G. Chester”. Oil on canvas, 14” x 18”. Framed 19.5” x 23.5”. 200/300

661.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Interior scene with a family. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 18.25” x 24”. Framed 22” x 28”. 300/500

662.

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Portrait of a farmer. Unsigned. Oil on canvas laid down on board, 8.25” x 6”. Framed 15” x 13.5”. 120/180

663.

ENGLISH SCHOOL Circa 1895 A pony and sheep. Signed illegibly and dated “95” lower left. Oil on canvas, 40” x 50”. Framed 45.5” x 55.5”. 1,000/1,500

664.

665.

666.

667.

668.

669.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Horses and a donkey in a barnyard. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 18” x 24”. Framed 22” x 28”. 400/600 ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Resting livestock. Unsigned. London canvas preparer’s label verso. Oil on canvas, 23.75” x 35.75”. Framed 28.5” x 40.5”. 800/1,200 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Four kittens. Signed lower right “G. Morinec”. Oil on canvas, 13” x 18.25”. Unframed. 200/300 PHILIP HENRY RIDEOUT United Kingdom, 1860-1920 Pair of hunting scenes. One signed lower right “P.H. Rideout”. Oils on canvas, 8” x 16”. Framed 12.5” x 20.5”. 300/500 LOIS H. CONSTANTINE Connecticut, Contemporary Meadow landscape. Signed lower right “Constantine”. Oil on canvas, 30” x 40”. Framed 36” x 46”. 500/700 Provenance: A Connecticut Estate. ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century A cat and her kittens playing on a desk. Unsigned. Canvas stamped for Winsor & Newton, London. Oil on canvas, 8.75” x 12”. Unframed. 200/300

670.

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Cattle grazing in a mountainous landscape. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 29” x 45”. Framed 37” x 52”. 1,000/1,500 Provenance: A Connecticut Estate.

671.

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century Carnations in a blue and white bowl. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 14” x 16”. Framed 19” x 21”. 200/300

672.

AMERICAN SCHOOL Late 19th Century Portrait of “Rev’d William Bereford”. No signature found. Sitter identified verso. Oil on board, 7” x 5”. Framed 11” x 10”. 300/400

673.

LESLIE NESBITT New York, 20th Century “Light Lavendar Iris ‘84”. Titled and signed verso “L. Nesbitt”. Oil on canvas, 40” x 30”. Framed 41” x 31”. 200/400

674.

HEINRICH HERMANNS Germany, 1862-1942 A promenade. Signed lower left “Heinrich Hermanns”. Oil on canvas board, 8.75” x 11.75”. Framed 14” x 16.5”. 300/500

675.

GASTON ANDRE France, 1884-1970 Figures in a garden. Signed lower right “Gaston Andre”. Ink and watercolor, 7.75” x 4.5”. Framed 16” x 11.5”. 200/300

676.

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Portrait of a gentleman. After an unknown 17th Century portrait. Unsigned. New York gallery label verso. Oil on canvas, 48” x 39.5”. Framed 55” x 47”. 800/1,200 Discovered in Springfield, Massachusetts.

677.

ALFRED POLLENTINE United Kingdom, 1836-1890 Venice. Signed faintly lower right “A. Pollentine”. Oil on canvas, 10” x 18”. Framed 14.5” x 22.5”. 500/700

678.

WILLIAM SOMMER Ohio/Michigan, 1867-1949 Still life of a wine bottle and vase of flowers. Signed lower right “Wm. Sommer”. Watercolor on paper, 14.75” x 19.5” sight. Framed 22” x 28.5”. 300/500

679.

JEROME PENNINGTON DEWITT New York/New Jersey, 1895-1940 Landscape with tree and farmhouse. Signed and dated lower right “Joseph Pennington DeWitt 1929”. Oil on canvas board, 16” x 20”. Framed 22” x 25.5”. 400/600

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680.

681.

CHARLES BASING New York/Australia, 1865-1933 Waves along a rocky coast. Signed lower right “Charles Basing”. Watercolor on paper, 15” x 19” sight. Framed 23” x 28”. 600/800

682.

ALFRED WANDS Ohio/Colorado, 1904-1998 A barn seen through the trees. Signed lower right “Wands”. Oil on board, 16” x 20”. Framed 19” x 23”. 400/600

683.

ELEANOR FERRI JONES Massachusetts, 1930-2008 “Old Shed”. Signed lower right “Eleanor Ferri Jones”. Titled verso. Acrylic on masonite, 16” x 20”. Framed 21” x 25”. 300/500

684.

JOHN FOOTE United States, Contemporary “Harbor View”. Signed lower right “Foote”. Titled on 1996 Salmagundi Club Auction label verso. Oil on canvas, 11” x 14”. Framed 15” x 18”. 600/1,000

685.

DOROTHY STRAUSS Cape Cod, Contemporary “Late Blaze”. Signed lower right “D.J. Strauss”. Signed and titled verso. Oil on canvas, 40” x 30”. Framed 42” x 32”. 800/1,000

686.

687.

688.

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Castle on a hill overlooking a lake. No signature found. Old labels verso signed “John Thomson” and “Duddington 13th Nov. 1829”. Oil on panel, 9.75” x 8.75”. Framed 13” x 12”. 300/400

EDWARD AUGUST LANDON New York/Connecticut, 1911-1984 “Long Pier, Saranac Lake, Geneva N.Y. 1935”. Signed and dated lower left “Landon 1935”. Titled verso. Oil on board, 14” x 21.5”. Framed 18” x 26”. 800/1,000 GERRIT ALBERTUS BENEKER Massachusetts/New York/Michigan, 1882-1934 “A Typical Cape Cod Cottage ...”. Signed in pencil above printed signature in image lower left. Photolithograph on paper, 12.5” x 9.5”. Framed 13” x 10”. 150/250 LARGE LOT OF PRINTS AND WATERCOLORS 19th/20th Century 1) Watercolor of a gypsy by Henri Chanet (France, 19th/20th Century). Signed “H. Chanet”. 2) Watercolor still life of a lemon. Signed and dated lower right “Victor ‘98”. 3-17) Fifteen etchings, mostly European views in black and white. Most signed, including “Bruno Heroux”, “Clark”, “C.W. Taylor”, “Geoffrey H. Wedgwood”, “Albert Warren”, “Marie Adler”, “Schaefels”, “Mary Sims”, “C.A. Slade”, “J. Foxcroft Cole”, and others. From 8.5” x 6.5” to 11” x 13.5”. Unframed. 300/500

689.

ELIOT ENGEL New York, 20th Century Boston Swan Boats. Signed lower right in plate “Eliot Engel”. Giclee on canvas, 12” x 16”. Framed 18” x 22”. 150/250

690.

PAIR OF ENGLISH SATIRICAL ENGRAVINGS 19th Century 1) “Love and Wind”. Mat opening 9.5” x 7.75”. Framed 16.5” x 14”. 2) “Me & my Wife and Daughter”. Mat opening 9.5” x 7.25”. Framed 16.5” x 13.75”. 200/300

691.

SALVATOR ROSA Italy, 1615-1673 Soldier standing with a pike in his hands. Artist’s monogram in the matrix lower right. Etching on wove paper, plate 14cm x 9cm. Framed 13” x 10”. 300/500

692.

RAYMOND BREININ Illinois/Russian Federation, 1910-2000 Table-top still life. Signed and dated lower left “Breinin 36”. Gouache, 15” x 27” sight. Framed 24” x 36”. 400/600

693.

PAIR OF ITALIAN LANDSCAPES 19th Century One with a figure walking through a vineyard and the other with a lakeside castle, both with towering distant mountains. No visible signature. Oils on panel, 3” x 4.25”. Framed 5.75” x 7.25”. 200/300

694.

BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A BULL 20th Century Green patina. Marked on underside “IKE”. Height 7.5”. 150/250

695.

AFTER ISIDORE JULES BONHEUR 20th Century Horse and jockey. Reproduction. On marble base. Height inclusive of base 23”. Length 19”. Width 8”. 300/500

696.

ADRIEN ETIENNE GAUDEZ France, 1845-1902 A classical maiden holding a shell. Signed on base “A. Gaudez”. Bronze, height 38”. 1,000/2,000

697.

CARRARA MARBLE BUST OF AN ANCIENT GREEK MAN, AFTER THE ANTIQUE Italy, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Unsigned. Height 20.5”. 500/1,000

698.

SIX FRENCH LITHOGRAPHS FROM “PARIS DANS LA SPLENDEUR” Last Half of the 19th Century Depict historic views of the city. Edited by Henri Charpentier. Housed in gilt Guido frames. 12” x 15.5” sight. Framed 20” x 22.5”. 200/300

699.

STYLE OF VAN GOGH Contemporary Village landscape. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 36” x 24”. Framed 42” x 29”. 200/400

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700.

TROPICAL LANDSCAPE 20th Century Signed lower right “Minjuel”. Mixed media, 17” x 12” sight. Framed 28.5” x 22.5”. 150/250

701.

ELEANOR FERRI JONES Massachusetts, 1930-2008 “On the Seine”. Signed lower left “Eleanor Ferri Jones”. Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 20” x 24”. Framed 28” x 32”. 300/400

702.

RUDY DE REYNA California, Contemporary Crashing waves. Signed lower right “Rudy de Reyna”. Watercolor and gouache, 11.5” x 15.25” sight. Framed 18.5” x 22.5”. 200/300

710.

WALTER JOHN BEAUVAIS United Kingdom, 1842-1998 Summer promenade. Signed “Beauvais”. Oil on canvas, 16” x 20”. Framed 23” x 26”. 1,200/1,800

711.

RUDOLF HEVERDLE Hungary, b. 1876 Still life of a brass basin and grapes. Signed lower left “Heverdle”. Oil on board, 8” x 10”. Framed 12” x 14”. 200/400

712.

GUSTAVE BARRIER France, 1871-1953 Still life of an open book. Signed lower left “G. Barrier”. Oil on board, 10” x 12”. Framed 14” x 16”. 300/400

713.

CHARLES COBELLE United States/France, 1902-1998 Horse race. Signed lower right “Cobelle”. Oil on canvas, 12” x 15.5”. Framed 16” x 20”. 300/500

714.

OVINGTON FAÏENCE POTTERY FOOTED CENTERPIECE BOWL 20th Century Decorated with gold lions on a cobalt blue ground. Serpent-form handles. Marked on base “Gualdo Tadino, Italia, Ovington, New York, Chicago”. Remnants of Ovington label. Height 6”. Length across handles 22”. 400/600

715.

HEINTZ ART METAL SIX-PIECE SILVER-INLAID DESK SET Includes blotter corners and blotter, a letter rack with calendar, an inkwell, a letter opener and a pen tray. All with a stylized flower on a mottled verdigris ground. Letter rack with impressed mark. Blotter length 19”. 500/700

716.

PAIR OF ARTS & CRAFTS MIXED METAL SUNFLOWER-FORM ANDIRONS Early 20th Century With brass flowerheads on wrought iron bases. Unmarked. Heights 26”. 200/300

717.

STICKLEY UMBRELLA STAND Early 20th Century In oak. Brass plate stamped “10472”. Branded on underside “7608 Stickley. Bros. Co. Gran. Rapids”. Height 32”. Length 12”. Width 10.25”. 200/400

703.

MARILYN CALDWELL Connecticut, Contemporary A room interior, in the manner of Andrew Wyeth. Signed lower right “M. Caldwell”. Watercolor on paper, 17” x 22” sight. Framed 30” x 35”. 300/500

704.

MARILYN CALDWELL Connecticut, Contemporary Interior of a drawing room. Signed lower left “M. Caldwell”. Watercolor on paper, 19.5” x 25” sight. Framed 30.5” x 35”. 300/500

705.

MARILYN CALDWELL Connecticut, Contemporary A kitchen interior. Signed lower right “M. Caldwell”. Watercolor on paper, 22” x 30” sight. Framed 31.5” x 39”. 250/350

706.

JOSETTE FAQUET French, b. 1940 Portrait of a child in clown make-up. Signed lower left “J. Faquet”. Oil on canvas, 12” x 9”. Framed 21” x 18”. 500/800

707.

LÉON GIRARDET France, 1857-1895 French genre scene with a boy, a girl and a dog. Signed lower left “Léon Girardet”. Watercolor on paper, 14.25” x 10” sight. Framed 20.25” x 16”. 400/600

708.

WILHELM PFITZENMAIER Germany, Early 20th Century Portrait of a girl with a doll. Signed verso “Wilhelm Pfitzenmaier”. Oil on canvas, 38.5” x 26.5”. Framed 43” x 30”. 500/800

718.

H.E. RAINAUD ARTS & CRAFTS-STYLE SLAG GLASS LAMP 20th Century Marbleized green and brown glass. Base repainted gold. Stamped on underside of base. Height with shade 34”. 300/400

709.

CAROL THEARD Haiti, 1946-1994 “Ce Combien Ti Mamite La”. Signed and dated lower right “Theard 67”. Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 24” x 16”. Framed 27” x 18”. 200/400

719.

LUNDBERG STUDIOS “DORE INDIAN BASKET” GLASS VASE 1998 Broken pontil. Signed and dated. Height 9.75”. 150/250

720.

ART POTTERY BOWL 20th Century In onion form, with blue spongeware seaweed decoration over a deep cobalt blue glaze. Height 12”. Diameter of top 12”. 300/400

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721.

BLUE MAJOLICA POTTERY JARDINIÈRE ON PEDESTAL Early 20th Century Tree-form pedestal base with applied grapes and leaves and central figural decoration. Jardinière with matching grapes and leaves. Pedestal height 30”. Jardinière height 13”. Diameter at top 13.5”. 400/600

730.

MEISSEN CERAMIC HORSE HEAD BY ERICH OEHME Dated 1949 Matte brown glaze. Signed “Erich Oehme” (German, 18891970). Crossed swords mark on base. Height 7”. Length 8”. Mounted on a wooden base. 250/350 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

722.

ITALIAN POTTERY FIGURE OF A CHEETAH 20th Century Marked “Italy” on base. Height 22”. Length 15”. 300/400

731.

723.

TWO CERAMIC CAT FIGURES 20th Century A Beswick ceramic cat, height 9”, and a chalkware bank, height 11”. 250/350

ROBJ ART DECO PORCELAIN FIGURAL COVERED BONBONNIERE Paris, 1920s Modeled as an elegant woman in headpiece, cape and dress. Factory marks. Height 7.75”. 300/500

732.

BJORN WIINBLAD BLUE AND WHITE CERAMIC TULIPIERE Denmark, 1966 Modeled as a head wearing a whimsical hat. In five parts. Base monogrammed, dated and numbered V30. Height 24”. 500/800

733.

TWO ART DECO HOOD ORNAMENTS First Half of the 20th Century A falcon, made from seven sheets of metal, and a head of a god, made from multiple sheets of metal. Both mounted on conforming bases for use as paperweights. Unmarked. Heights 9” and 8”. 300/500 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

734.

RILEY “SKI-LADY” CAR MASCOT England, Circa 1930 Originally produced for Riley “Alpine” 6-cylinder models. Marked “Riley Skilady Rd 759377”. Chromed brass. Height 5.5”. Length 5.25”. Mounted on a hill-form radiator cap atop a lucite base. 400/600 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

735.

ROLLS-ROYCE SCHNEIDER S6B “SEAPLANE” CAR MASCOT Circa 1930 Limited edition. Marked on float “Rolls-Royce”. Silver-plated metal. Height 6”. Wingspan 5”. Mounted on black plastic stand. 1,000/1,500 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

736.

HENRI FARMAN “ICARUS” CAR MASCOT France, 1920s By Colin George, created for Henri Farman, the aviator, pioneer motorist and automobile manufacturer. Stamped “Colin George”, “Finnigan’s London - Made in France” and “#3295”. Height 5”. Wingspan 7”. 400/600 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

737.

“THREE GALLOPING HORSES” CAR MASCOT 1920s By Casimir Brau. Modeled in relief. Signed on base “C. Brau” and stamped “Depose”. Height 4”. Length 5.5”. Mounted on a wooden base. 800/1,000 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

738.

“FAUST DIABLO” CAR MASCOT Circa 1931 By R. Varnier, made for a circa 1931 Studebaker. Stamped on base “R. Varnier”. Silver-plated metal. Height 5”. Length 7”. 500/1,000 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

724.

725.

TWO SIMILAR GOUDA POTTERY EWERS Holland, First Half of the 20th Century Both with floral decoration, numbered #4321, and signed on base. Includes a Benat Royal Zuid-Holland, #5517, and an Orel, Royal, Zuin-Holland, #5517. Both with partial labels on bases. Heights 15”. 500/700

726.

THREE CONTEMPORARY ART TILES 20th Century 1) Parran Collery ceramic “Eartha” tile depicting trees and rabbits. 11” x 9”. 2) Art pottery tile depicting trees. Framed 7.5” x 7.5”. 3) Copper plate impression of ferns, mounted on a ceramic backing and stamped lower right. 6.5” x 16”. 200/300 Provenance: Left Bank Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachusetts.

727.

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ROYAL DUX CERAMIC SEATED CAT Czechoslovakia, 20th Century In white glaze with black eyes and a pink nose. Height 15.5”. 250/350

RENÉ HERBST FOR CUSENIER CERAMIC AMPHORA ON STAND France, 1920s Decorated with pale yellow bands against a dark brown ground. With stopper. Signed near base. On a wrought iron stand. Total height 15.5”. 700/1,000

728.

EDOUARD MARCEL SANDOZ FOR THEODORE HAVILAND LIMOGES PORCELAIN FENNEC FOX COVERED BONBONNIERE France, 20th Century Stamped and incised factory marks, designer’s signature and paper retailer’s label. Length 5.5”. 400/600

729.

JEAN DUFY FOR THEODORE HAVILAND “LES PIVOINES” PATTERN PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE Limoges, France, Circa 1925 Transfer-decorated with reserves of pink and blue roses. Printed factory marks and Dufy signature. Most further marked “Exposition des A.D. Paris 1925”. Consists of: 1 coffeepot 1 teapot 2 covered sugar bowls 2 creamers in different forms 2 sandwich trays 1 covered bowl 16 plates 16 saucers 10 cups 800/1,200

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739.

“CENTAURIDE” ART DECO CAR MASCOT Circa 1925 By Darel. Stamped on base. Bronze with a nickel-plated silver patina. Height 5.25”. Diameter at base 2”. Attached to a radiator cap and mounted on a turned wooden base. 500/700 See Mascottes Automobiles by Michel Legrand, p. 57, no. 142. Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

740.

TWO CAR MASCOTS First Half of the 20th Century Both silver metal. 1) “Egyptienne” by M. Bonnot. Signed and stamped on base “Dit Ons, Marvel”. Height 4.25”. Width 6”. 2) Horse head emanating from a horseshoe, after Louis Lejeune. Stamped illegibly on base. Height 4.5”. Length 5”. Mounted on a green marble base. 500/800 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

748.

JAEGER-LECOULTRE ATMOS CLOCK Switzerland, Late 20th Century Brass and glass case. Square dial with Arabic numerals and stick indicators. Thirteen-jewel movement. Includes original paperwork. Height 9”. 800/1,200

749.

JAEGER-LECOULTRE ATMOS CLOCK Switzerland, 20th Century Glass and brass case. Round dial with Arabic numerals and stick indicators. Height 9.25”. Width 8.25”. Depth 6.5”. 500/700

750.

STEUBEN CRYSTAL LION FIGURE 1980s Designed by Lloyd Atkins. Set on a walnut base. Signed. Lion length 8.25”. Base length 9.75”. Includes original fitted case, length 12.5”, and original box. 400/600

741.

TWO CAR MASCOTS Circa 1930s 751. STEUBEN “TROUT & FLY” GOLD AND CRYSTAL FIGURE 1) Alloy metal Pontiac American Native by Darel Depose. 1970s Signed on base. Height 5”. Designed by James Houston. Crystal trout with trapped air 2) Running figure with spear. Stamped “Hermes Paris”. bubbles is hooked by an 18kt gold lure. Height 8.25”. 400/600 Includes original fitted case. Length 11.25”. 800/1,200 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

742.

“SPEED GOD” CAR MASCOT Circa 1930 In the form of a figure in a tire. Marked on base “Collin”. Silver plated metal. Height 5.5”. Length 6.6”. Mounted on a green hardstone plinth. 400/600 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

743.

744.

752.

TWO STEUBEN CRYSTAL POLAR BEARS Signed. Lengths 3.5” and 6”. Includes a Steuben box. 500/700

753.

STEUBEN “ICE BEAR” SILVER AND CRYSTAL FIGURE 1970s Designed by James Houston. A rhodium-plated sterling silver polar bear stands atop a crystal iceberg. Signed. Height 5”. Includes the original fitted case. Length 9.5”. 1,200/1,800

“LE TRIOMPHE” ART DECO CAR MASCOT Circa 1925 By F. Bazin. In the form of a winged figure holding a tire in his outstretched hands. Signed on base. Plated metal. Height 6”. 800/1,200 754. KNOLL EXECUTIVE OFFICE CHAIR Circa 1960 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Aluminum-trimmed frame with light brown leather upholstery. Original Knoll label on underside. Back height 31.5”. Seat height 16”. 300/500 TWO CAR MASCOTS 1) Opalescent glass gazelle, made by Sabino, Paris, circa 1930. Height 4”. Length 6”. Mounted on a radiator cap. 755. NEST OF THREE BAMBOO TABLES WITH WOVEN TOPS 2) Reproduction chrome greyhound, made for a circa 1936 20th Century Ford. Length 10”. 400/600 Largest height 23”. Top 22” x 16”. 200/300 Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

745.

WALTER DORWIN TEAGUE FOR EASTMAN KODAK ART DECO BEAU BROWNIE CAMERA 1930s Front with geometric enameled metal design in shades of blue. Height 4”. Width 3”. Depth 4.25”. Includes case. 300/500

746.

PAUL FRANKL FOR WARREN TELECHRON “MODERNIQUE” ELECTRIC TABLE CLOCK Ashland, Massachusetts, Circa 1930 Brass, bakelite and glass. Metal tag on reverse. Height 7.5”. Width 5.75”. Depth 3.75”. 400/600

747.

JAEGER-LECOULTRE ATMOS PERPETUAL MOTION CLOCK Switzerland, Mid-20th Century Brass and glass case. Round face with Arabic numerals and stick indicators. Thirteen-jewel movement. Marked “540” and “#642011”. Height 9”. Width 7”. Depth 5.5”. 500/800

756.

NEUDORFER INC. “SHEFFIELD SERIES” MODERN OAK DINING OR CONFERENCE TABLE Waterbury, Vermont, Mid-20th Century Height 29.5”. Length 94”. Width 42”. 800/1,200

757.

RED AND BLACK CHINOISERIE-DECORATED TRAY ON STAND 20th Century Oval tray with painted gilt butterflies and flowering tree branches surrounded by a gilt acanthus leaf border. Black and gilt painted base with turned legs and X-stretcher. Overall height 17”. Length 34”. Tray length 30.5”. 100/200

758.

CUSTOM-MADE PARSONS TABLE Second Half of the 20th Century Black and deep green, with textured imitation slate finish. Unmarked. Height 25”. Length 60”. Width 21”. 500/800

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759.

GLASS-TOPPED COFFEE TABLE AND SIDE TABLE Contemporary On similar patinated iron bases with X-form stretchers. Unmarked. Coffee table height 17.5”. Top 47.5” x 47.5”. Side table height 21”. Length 18”. Width 24”. 400/700

768.

MODERNIST SCHOOL 20th Century Cubist-style seated female nude. Signed indistinctly, numbered 14/14 and dated 1951. Painted acrylic on an acrylic base, total height 13”. 200/300

760.

TEN DINING CHAIRS WITH WING BACKS Contemporary Backs and seats upholstered in a pale ochre-colored coated faux linen. Not marked. Back heights 35.75”. Seat heights 19”. 1,000/1,500

769.

PABLO PICASSO Spain/France, 1881-1973 “L’Age de Soleil”, 1950. Signed in plate lower right. Bloch 860. Etching on wove paper, 9” x 7” to the plate line. Framed 16” x 13”. 400/600

761.

FOUR SERENA & LILY THROW PILLOWS AND A JOHN ROBSHAW WHITE LEATHER POUF Contemporary Cotton canvas pillows with a turquoise fish scale design and gold accents. Include down inserts. Moroccan-style pouf with tonal embroidery. Pillows 18” x 18”. Pouf diameter 21”. 150/250

770.

SALVADOR DALI France/Spain, 1904-1989 “Don Quixote”. Signed in pencil lower right. Lithograph on paper, 26” x 19.5” sight. Framed 34.5” x 27”. 250/350

771.

ITZCHAK ISAAC TARKAY Serbia/Israel, 1935-2012 “Morning Social”, 2005. Signed in margin lower right. Titled on label verso. Seriolithograph on paper, 15.75” x 24”. Framed 29” x 37”. 300/500

772.

ITZCHAK ISAAC TARKAY Serbia/Israel, 1935-2012 “Little Round Table #7”. Signed in pen lower right “Tarkay”. Titled on label verso. Lithograph on paper, 18.25” x 22”. Framed 28” x 32”. 150/250

773.

ITZCHAK ISAAC TARKAY Serbia/Israel, 1935-2012 Two figures in an interior. Signed in plate lower right “Tarkay”. Lithograph on paper, 29.5” x 23.5”. Framed 34” x 27”. 300/400

774.

PETER (FINKELSTEIN) MAX New York/Germany, b. 1937 “Homage to Picasso - vol. 2, no. 5”, 1993. Signed lower center “Max”. Mixed media over black and white etching on Moulin de Gue paper, 22.5” x 19”. Framed 35” x 31”. 400/600

775.

PETER (FINKELSTEIN) MAX New York/Germany, b. 1937 “Flag with Heart”. Signed in image lower right “Max”. Serigraph on paper, 8” x 10” sight. Framed 22” x 24”. 250/350

776.

BERNARD BUFFET France, 1928-1999 The Microscope. Signed and inscribed lower right “pointe riche originale”. Engraving published in 1959 for the greeting card of the company UCLAF-ROUSSEL (Rheims 23). Drypoint etching, plate 15 x 11.5 cm. Framed 8.75” x 6.75”. 150/250

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JEAN PICART LE DOUX FOR ROBERT FOUR “LUMIERE D’ETE” AUBUSSON TAPESTRY France, Mid-20th Century Wool woven with a dove carrying an olive branch against a sunburst and vining leaves. Number 59 of 100. Signed lower right “Jean Picart le Doux”. Original label hand-signed by Le Doux on the reverse. 48” x 68”. 800/1,200 JUAN DEPREY New York/Puerto Rico, 1904-1962 Portrait of a girl with flowers. Signed lower left “Juan DePrey”. Pastel on board, 17.5” x 11.5”. Framed 18.5” x 13.5”. 400/600 JUAN DEPREY Puerto Rico/New York, 1904-1962 “Girl with Toscan”. Signed upper left “Juan DePrey”. Signed, titled, dated 1961 verso. Charcoal, 28” x 23” sight. Framed 33” x 28.5”. 300/500 JESUS ORTIZ TAJONAR Mexico, 1919-1990 A seated girl surrounded by doves. Signed lower right “J. Ortiz Tajonar”. Lithograph on paper, 22” x 17.5” sight. Framed 27” x 22”. 200/400

766.

ARMANDO AMAYA Mexico, b. 1935 A mother and child. Signed verso “Amaya A/P 1985”. Bronze, height 15”. Marble base. 2,000/3,000

767.

BRUTALIST SCULPTURE OF A STANDING POPE 20th Century Fabricated metal with multi-colored enamel panels. Height 26”. 300/500

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ROMAIN (ERTÉ) DE TIRTOFF Russia/France, 1892-1990 New York / Russian Federation/France 1892 - 1990 The letter “W” from the alphabet series. Signed in pencil lower right “Erte”. Numbered 85/350. Housed in an Art Deco mat and frame. Color serigraph on paper, 19.5” x 13.5”. Framed 28” x 22”. 200/300 ROMAIN (ERTE) DE TIRTOFF New York/Russian Federation/France, 1892-1990 “Le Danseur”. Costume design, catalogue no. 114, Conte Hindu, Folies Bergere, Paris. Includes invoice from Sevenarts Limited, Grosvenor Gallery, London, dated 1970. Gouache and metallic paint, 16.5” x 11”. Framed 21” x 16”. 900/1,200 FRIEDENSREICH HUNDERTWASSER Austria, 1928-2000 “Shadow of the Stars”. Signed, seal marked and dated 1967. Also inscribed “660 Geneve” and numbered 97/150. Color lithograph, 20.5” x 24”. Framed 22” x 25”. 3,000/5,000 STEVEN SORMAN Minnesota/New York, b. 1948 “Those From Away II”. Inscribed lower left “AP 7”. Signed and dated lower right “Steven Sorman 1989”. Titled on label verso for Tyler Graphics Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York. Handcolored linocut, 14.5” x 12.25”. Framed 21” x 19”. 500/700 EDWARD GOREY Cape Cod, 1925-2000 “The Mikado”, 1983. Poster for Carnegie-Mellon University’s production at the Kresge Theatre, running April 14-30. Numbered lower left “77/100” and signed lower right. Poster on paper, 21.5” x 15” sight. Framed 22.5” x 16”. 300/500 LUCIEN COUTAUD United States/France, 1904-1977 “Visage Nocturne”. Signed and dated lower right “Coutaud 51”. Numbered 67/200 lower left. Colored engraving, 15” x 11” sight. Framed 21” x 16”. 200/400 THOMAS ROWLANDSON United Kingdom, 1756-1827 Four erotic poems and illustrations: “The Sanctified Sinner”, “The Willing Fair, or Any Way to Please”, “The Country Squire New Mounted” and “The Toss Off”. Each signed and dated 1799 in plate. Published in London. Hand-tinted etchings on copper plate, 12” x 8” sight. Framed 21” x 16.5”. 300/500 Provenance: Whitehead & Mangan, New York.

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ERIC HOFFMAN California, Contemporary Abstract triptych. Signed and dated in pencil lower right “Hoffman 87”. Acrylic on panel, each 4” x 3”. Framed 12” x 17”. 300/500

786.

HOWARD WILLIAM JONES United States, 1922-1991 “Emanation”. Signed and dated lower right “HW Jones 59”. Oil on canvas, 42” x 66”. Framed 42.75” x 66.75”. 500/1,000

787.

ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST SCHOOL 20th Century “Sleeping in Hollywood”. Signed and dated lower left “Robt. A... IIX 67”. Titled verso. Ink and gouache on paper, 14” x 22”. Framed 17” x 25”. 200/300

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CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 Geometric shapes. Signed and dated verso “Shaw 1936”. Oil on canvas, 18” x 21”. Unframed. 1,500/2,500

789.

CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 “April 1936”. Signed lower right “Shaw”. Signed and titled verso. Oil on canvas, 18” x 22”. Unframed. 2,500/3,500

790.

CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 “Force in Space 1950”. Signed lower right “Shaw”. Signed and titled verso. Label on reverse for Robinot Frères. Oil on canvas, 36” x 24”. Unframed. 2,500/3,500

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PIER LUIGI CONSAGRA Italy/United States, 20th Century “Astronaut Wives”. Pair of works. Signed verso “PL Consagra”. Titled verso. Oils on canvas, 40” x 40”. Framed 44” x 44”. 500/1,000

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DAWN SOUTHWORTH United States, Contemporary Mixed media assemblage. No apparent signature. Identified on gallery label verso. Housed in a shadow box frame. Framed 44” x 57”. Frame depth 4.5”. 400/600 Provenance: Stavaridis Gallery, Boston. Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

793.

JAIMENDES Brazil, b. 1923 Woman seated before a mortar and pestle. Signed lower left “Jaimendes”. Oil on canvas, 16” x 13”. Framed 27” x 23”. 500/1,000

TWO ETCHINGS OF NUDES, PULLED FROM THE SAME PLATE Dated 1967 One marked “Artist’s Proof ” and the other “1/10”. Both signed “Selene” lower right and dated “11/6/67”. 9.5” x 7” sight. Framed 16” x 13”. 200/400

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FIVE PIECES OF ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ART Mid-20th Century All unsigned. Three intended for games. Includes: 1) A bull’s-eye target, fighter planes and naval ships. 2) “Color Clock Game” box cover mock-up. 3) “Horse Racing Game” box cover. 4) Cowboys and American Indians surround a desert fort at sunset. 5) Spaceship headed to the moon, with an inset detail of an astronaut. 15” x 24” and 18” x 24”. Three on Bainbridge board. 400/600 MARGOT DATZ Massachusetts, Contemporary “We Planted a Tree”, an original illustration for Carly Simon’s book The Fisherman’s Song. Titled lower left and signed lower right “Margot Datz ‘91”. Mat with hand-painted rope surround. Mixed media on paper, 19” x 14” sight. Framed 28” x 24”. 400/600 ROBERT TOMPKINS HANDVILLE New Jersey, 1924-1993 Illustration artwork for “Doctor Dolittle”, with vignettes from the motion picture connected by a ribbon of musical notes. Signed lower right “Handville ...”. Signed and remnants of old label verso. Also includes the album sleeve from the “Doctor Dolittle Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”, which features the final version of this work. Ink and watercolor on Bainbridge board, 28” x 32”. Unframed. 300/500 Robert Handville was a a freelance artist who designed postage stamps and covers for Sports Illustrated and other magazines. BAGRAT GARNIKOVICH ARAZIAN Russia/Armenia, b. 1958 “Invasion, 1988”. Signed “Bagrat 88” lower right. Signed, titled and dated in Cyrillic on label verso. Oil on canvas, 40” x 32”. Framed 42” x 34”. 200/300

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BONNIE WHITTINGHAM Massachusetts/New York/California, 1921-1997 The band takes a break. Signed lower right “Whittingham”. Oil on canvas, 45” x 57.5”. Framed 49” x 61”. 400/600

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DANIELLE LANTEIGNE Canada, b. 1959 “Fruits Sur Table”, 1996. Signed lower right. Inscribed verso. Further identified on label verso for Galerie d’art Michel Bigue, Quebec. Acrylic on canvas, 24” x 24”. Framed 26.75” x 26.75”. 500/1,000

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WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCGEE New York, 1925-1999 “The Mystery of Devotion”. Titled, signed “William McGee” and dated 1997. Titled verso. Mixed media collage, 24” x 23.5”. Framed 32.5” x 32”. 500/1,000

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WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCGEE New York, 1925-1999 “First Fire”. Signed and dated in pencil lower right “William McGee April 1988”. Titled verso. Oil on paper, 21.75” x 27.75”. Framed 28” x 34”. 500/1,000

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ALICIA CARLETTI Argentina, b. 1946 Portrait of a girl seated on a chair against a rose background. Signed lower right “A. Carletti”. Acyrlic on canvas, 39” x 29”. Framed. 300/500

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IRENE RENEE FREEMAN SALLEN Massachusetts, 1920-2008 Three figures. Unsigned work, from the artist’s estate. Oil on canvas, 24” x 18”. Framed 24.5” x 18.5”. 300/400

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ADVICE TO BIDDERS

SHIPPING INFORMATION

1. Carefully read the Conditions of Sale.

We require prompt payment and removal of your purchases as stated in Paragraph 12 of the Conditions of Sale.

2. Pre-sale estimates are provided by the auctioneers for the convenience of our customers. They are not meant to be taken as a guide to the value of an item, but as a guide to its expected selling price. Estimates are prepared well in advance of a sale and are subject to revision.

If you plan to pick up your purchases, please call ahead and we’ll make every effort to have your items ready.

3. Carefully examine any item that you might consider bidding on for any variation from the catalog description. If you are unfamiliar with auction procedure or terminology, or if you would like clarification of a catalog description, please ask for assistance from our staff. 4. If you wish to leave an Absentee Bid or request a Telephone Bid, please review the Absentee/Telephone Bid Procedure and complete the Bid Form. 5. A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of all property sold, to be paid as part of the purchase price. The buyer’s premium is 20% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000. 6. Online bidding is available through Eldred’s Live! at www.eldreds.com, powered by Invaluable.com, with a 25% buyer’s premium. Prospective bidders must register and be approved prior to placing bids or bidding live online. 7. Eldred’s reserves the right to refuse to issue, or to revoke, bidding credentials, or to reject any bid, if deemed necessary and proper in its sole discretion, for the conduct of the auction process, and to insure fairness to consignors and other bidders.

THE PROPERTY LISTED IN THIS CATALOG WILL BE OFFERED AND SOLD SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG.

We provide shipping services directly from our gallery for select merchandise including small items, small paintings and rugs. We do not ship glass items or items framed under glass. Our staff can assist with determining if your items qualify for in-house shipping. Shipments from our gallery may take four to six weeks from receipt of payment. You will be charged for the shipping or carrier fees, packing and handling fees, and required insurance. There is a minimum handling charge of $15.00 for all shipments. Depending on the carrier, insurance limits may exist (i.e., Federal Express will only insure up to $500). If we are unable to ship your items we will provide you a list of alternative shipping agents. Upon your approval we will transfer your items to your chosen shipping agent. We require seven to ten business days for your payment to clear our banking system before releasing purchases to your chosen shipping agent. Shipping estimates can be provided only AFTER we receive payment for your invoice.

BIDDING INCREMENTS $0-$49: $5 $50-$199: $10 $200-$499: $25 $500-$999: $50 $1,000-$2,999: $100 $3,000-$4,999: $250 $5,000-$9,999: $500 $10,000-$29,999: $1,000 $30,000-$49,999: $2,500 $50,000-$99,999: $5,000 $100,000 and above: $10,000 Above $300,000 at the auctioneer’s discretion

Please adhere to the above bidding increments. Eldred’s reserves the right to adjust absentee bids to the nearest increment below the bid.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION: Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Eldred’s) has exercised reasonable care to catalog and describe correctly the property to be sold, but neither Eldred’s nor its consignors warrant the correctness of description, attribution, authenticity, or condition of said property. No statements shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an assumption of liability with respect thereto, but are to be construed as opinions only. Bidders are encouraged to personally examine all property to be sold prior to the beginning of the auction. 2. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered. 3. Eldred’s reserves the right to withdraw any property before the sale. 4. DETERMINATION OF HIGHEST BIDDER: The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer may determine who is the successful bidder or the auctioneer may re-offer the article in dispute and his decision shall be final. 5. REJECTION OF BIDS: The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any nominal raise or any bid or raise which, in his opinion, is not commensurate with the value of the article being offered. At his discretion, he may also reject any nominal raise or any bid that he may determine as having a detrimental effect on the item in question or the sale as a whole. Eldred’s may refuse to issue bidding privileges to any person not in good credit standing with Eldred’s, or to any person who is deemed by Eldred’s in its sole discretion, to be disruptive of or harmful to established auction practices, either before or after the acceptance of bids or the fall of the hammer. 6. TITLE: Except as herein otherwise provided, title will pass to the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer, and the property is thereafter at the purchaser’s sole risk and responsibility. 7. PAYMENT: On title passing to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, and subject to all the conditions set forth herein, such bidder will thereupon pay the full purchase price. Payment in full is due at the time of sale. Any bills not paid in full within 25 days of the date of the sale will accrue interest at a rate of 1.5% per month. In addition, the purchaser may be subject to one or more of the following actions: a) Any and all legal remedies available to Eldred’s and its consignors by law including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price; b) Immediate cancellation of the sale, with Eldred’s retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser; c) Resale of the property at public auction, wherein the original purchaser shall be liable for any deficiency, costs, and Eldred’s commission on both sales. At Eldred’s option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until Eldred’s has collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, their authenticity has been confirmed. A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. 8. ORDER BIDS: Subject to these Conditions of Sale and to such terms and conditions as it may prescribe, but at no charge to the customer, Eldred’s will undertake to execute all order bids submitted to it by a customer who has established credit with said company. Requests for such bidding must be given in writing with such clearness as to leave no room for misunderstanding as to the amount to be bid and must state the catalog number and the name or title of the article to be bid on. Telephone bids must be confirmed in writing or by cable. All bids are kept in strict confidence. In the event of identical bids, the earliest received by Eldred’s will take precedence. Eldred’s shall not be held responsible for errors or failure to execute bids. A deposit of 10% of the total amount bid is required. TELEPHONE BIDS: While the sale is in progress, bidding by telephone may be allowed by the auctioneer at his discretion. A deposit of 10% of the anticipated top bid is required. Eldred’s shall not be held responsible for any failure to properly execute such a bid whether it be due to equipment failure, loss of connection, or failure to hear or understand

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the bidder’s directions. Any advice or opinions provided by Eldred’s or its employees are given strictly as a courtesy and are not a warrant of condition, attribution, authenticity, or description of said property. All bidding by telephone is solely at the risk of the bidder. 9. CONDITION: If for any cause whatsoever any article sold cannot be delivered, or cannot be delivered in as good condition as the same may have been at the time of sale, due to a failure or damage on the company’s part, the sale will be cancelled, and any amount that may have been paid on account of the sale will be returned to the purchaser. EXCEPTION: Eldred’s will not be held responsible for damage to picture frames or lampshades. 10. SALES TAX: All purchases are subject to the Massachusetts sales tax (currently 6.25%) unless the purchaser: A) possesses a Massachusetts sales tax exemption or resale number and registers that number with the company, B) is an out-of-state vendor who meets all the requirements of Massachusetts Department of Revenue GLC 64H 1(5) and Directive 89-10 and registers with the company prior to each purchase, or C) has purchases shipped out of state (with the exception of Connecticut and New York) directly from Eldred’s by a bona fide shipping agent. Connecticut residents picking items up in our Mystic branch or having purchases shipped to their Connecticut address are responsible for CT state sales tax (currently 6.35%). New York residents having purchases shipped to their New York address are responsible for NY state sales tax (currently 4.0%). Due to the 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, residents of other states may be required to pay their state sales tax on purchases as we meet each state’s nexus requirements. Dealers, museums, etc. can apply for a Massachusetts number prior to the auction by contacting the Massachusetts Department of Corporations and Taxation, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204. 11. RESERVES: Unless advertised as an “Unreserved Auction”, all sales may have items subject to reserve (an agreed upon price between the auctioneer and the consignor, below which the article will not be sold). 12. COLLECTION OF PURCHASES: Delivery or shipping arrangements must be made within seven (7) days from the close of the auction for all purchases. All items must be removed from Eldred’s facilities within fourteen (14) days of the end of the auction. All items remaining after fourteen days may be subject to a $5/per item/perday storage fee. No items will be released unless storage fees are paid in full. Items remaining over thirty (30) days from the close of the auction may be sold for the buyer’s account minus auction and storage fees. 13. PACKING: Purchasers are advised that packing and/or handling by Eldred’s employees is undertaken solely as a courtesy for the convenience of customers. In the case of fragile articles, it will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the company. Handling and packing by Eldred’s is at the risk of the purchaser. SHIPPING: When requested, Eldred’s may arrange shipment of paid purchases. Eldred’s will not be responsible for damage or loss once the item has been received by the shipper. In the case of fragile articles, shipping will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the shipper. Please refer to our Advice to Bidders for details. 14. These Conditions of Sale cannot be altered except in writing by Eldred’s or by public announcement by the auctioneer at the time of the sale. 15. Bidding on any article(s) indicates acceptance of the terms set forth above. 16. These Conditions of Sale and any suits arising thereunder shall be construed and governed by the laws of Massachusetts.

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ABSENTEE BID FORM 1.

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2.

All bids should be received prior to the day of the sale. Submitting your bids in a timely manner avoids the chance of a posting error. In the event of identical bids, the earliest received by Eldred’s will take precedence. All bids are kept in strict confidence.

3.

On the day of the auction, a member of our staff will act as your agent and bid for you, attempting to obtain the lot(s) for you for the lowest possible amount. If you have indicated the highest amount you are willing to pay, you should not be disappointed if you lose an item. Many times you will actually buy it for less than your bid.

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4.

A 10% deposit is required. If you are successful, the amount of your deposit will be applied toward your invoice. If you are not successful, the full amount of your deposit will be returned promptly to you.

5.

A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of each lot, to be paid as part of the purchase price. The buyer’s premium is 20% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000. All invoices must be paid in full within seven (7) business days of the close of the auction. All sales subject to sales tax unless certain exemptions are met. All sales subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in this catalog.

6.

The Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. offers this service as a convenience to its clients and will not be held responsible for errors or failure to execute bids.

SALE TITLE: SALE DATE:

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Item Description

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