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Jewelry + Fine and Decorative Jewelry + Art Decorative Art June 9-11, 2021

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Jewelry + Decorative Art Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 9, 10 and 11, 2021 Each session starting at 9:30 a.m. Location:

Headquarters: 1483 Route 6A, East Dennis, Mass. I 508-385-3116 I info@eldreds.com I MA Lic. #155

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IMPORTANT NOTICES COVID-19 Notices This auction is scheduled to be a live auction with online, phone, and absentee bidding available. Limited in-person bidding may be available. Given the changing situation regarding the pandemic, changes to the schedule, available bidding platforms and exhibition hours may occur. Please visit our website, www.eldreds.com, or call 508-385-3116 for the most up-todate information. Terms A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of all purchases. The buyer’s premium is 25 percent of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10 percent of the final bid price over $500,000. We accept checks, cash, money orders, wire transfers and major credit cards for payment. Credit cards can only be used for up to $5,000 of the invoice total and the card must have a U.S. billing address. Bidders holding a Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide the certificate or copy thereof when registering to bid or otherwise will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases. Items picked up in or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut sales tax. Residents of other states may be subject to state and local sales taxes.

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SESSION I: WE DNESDAY, JU NE 9

SILVER + TABLETOP

Lot 1

1.

GEORGE III SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER CAKE BASKET Edinburgh, 1770 Daniel Ker, maker. Of typical form, with a cast rim and pierced panels of alternating geometric and foliate designs. Engraved with the coat of arms of the Norvel family impaling the coat of arms of the Falconer family, and with the Norvel family motto “Spem Renovant Ale”. Length 14.75”. Approx. 39.6 troy oz. 200/300


Lot 2

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NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER T WO-HANDLED BOWLS London, 1800 One John Watson & John Cooper, maker. The other with partially rubbed, but different maker’s mark “_I”. Caryatid-form handles and repousse floral designs. Both engraved with a heraldic crowned lion. Lengths handleover-handle 11.5”. Approx. 35.4 troy oz. 800/1,200


17.

FRENCH .950 SILVER EWER AND BASIN Paris, 1853-1880 Emile Hugo, maker. Mercury head mark for export. Both with chased lily pad and reed decoration. Ewer with winged mermaid handle. Not monogrammed. Ewer height 12.5”. Basin diameter 17”. Approx. 81.1 troy oz. 1,500/2,500

Lot 17

24.

Lot 24

FABERGE 84 ZOLOTNIK SILVER AND RUBY CIGARETTE CASE Both sides with Faberge mark featuring the imperial warrant, Kokoshnik mark for assayer Ivan Sergeyevich Lebedkin, Moscow 1898-1914, and with Estonian lion passant and 875 marks, circa 1924-1940. Cover repousse-decorated with three flower heads and five stylized bird heads set with ruby eyes. Cabochon sapphire and gold thumbpiece. Gold-washed interior. Length 3.75”. Approx. 4.2 troy oz. 1,000/1,500


36.

Lot 36

S. KIRK & SON 11 OZ. SILVER FIVE-PIECE TEA SERVICE Baltimore, Mid-19th Century Consists of a spherical hot water urn with lion ring handles, height 13”, a cylindrical teapot, a covered sugar bowl and creamer, and a waste bowl. Repousse floral decoration. Monogrammed. Approx. 106.7 troy oz. 4,000/6,000


Lot 61

61.

PAIR OF BLACK, STARR & FROST STERLING SILVER COMPOTES New York, Mid-20th Century Pierced rims and foot rims with cast roses and scrolling foliage. Not monogrammed. Heights 4.75”. Diameters 11”. Approx. 62.2 troy oz. 1,000/1,500

131. EMAUX DE LONGWY FAIENCE CHARGER France, Second Quarter of the 20th Century Cloisonné-style border and interior design of two cranes. Stamped and impressed factory marks. Diameter 14”. 200/300

165. THIRTEEN CROWN SUTHERLAND “3821” DINNER PLATES England, 1890-1910 Diameters 10”. 200/400

Lot 165

Lot 131


169. GALLÉ CAMEO GLASS FOOTED BOWL Nancy, France, Late 19th Century Depicting the shore of a lake with swans. Shades of brown, green, yellow and blue. Raised “Gallé” signature. Polished pontil. Height 5.75”. Diameter 9.25”. 250/450

Lot 169

190. TWELVE TRESSEMANES & VOGT LIMOGES PORCELAIN OYSTER PLATES France, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Each with five reservoirs for shells. Identical decoration in pink, blue and green. Stamped marks. Diameters 9.5”. 1,200/1,800

Lot 190

Lot 193 (detail)

193. SEVEN-PIECE CASED GLASS LEMONADE SET ATTRIBUTED TO MOSER Bohemia, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Consists of a handled pitcher and six cups. Opaque white-cut-to blue, with panels alternating between hand-painted flowers and a fine diaper design against a blue ground with gilded scrolling foliage. Unmarked. Pitcher height 8.25”. Cup heights 3.75”. 500/700


SESSION II: THURSDAY, JU NE 10

JEWELRY

503. ANTIQUE GOLD, SILVER AND DIAMOND EN TREMBLANT DIADEM English or Continental, Late 18th/Early 19th Century Formed as a bouquet issuing from a palm frond. Set with old mineand rose-cut diamonds. Unmarked. Height 3”. Approx. 17.27 total dwt. 5,000/7,000


Lot 511

511. ANTIQUE GOLD, OPAL, DIAMOND, PEARL, ENAMEL AND HAIRWORK PENDANT Obverse with a circular cabochon opal framed by ten old mine-cut diamonds on a cobalt blue guilloche enamel ground. The reverse with hinged glass cover over a pearl and enamel medallion centered by a Maltese cross featuring two woven hairwork designs, all against a hairwork ground. Unmarked. Diameter 1.75”. 7,000/9,000


Lot 592 (detail)


531. FRENCH GOLD AND AGATE CAMEO DEMI-PARURE RETAILED BY TIFFANY, REED & CO. Third Quarter of the 19th Century Consists of a pendant and drop earrings, each carved with the bust of a fashionable lady. Pierced settings featuring beads and strapwork. Earrings with French hooks. Pendant with “GG” maker’s mark and inscribed numbers on cameo reverse, otherwise unmarked. Pendant length 2.5”. Earring lengths 2.25”. In original, fitted case marked for retailer, length 5.5”. 1,500/2,000 559. RAYMOND YARD PLATINUM, CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE Graduated cream-colored pearls from approx. 7mm to 9mm. Bowform clasp set the diamonds and signed “Yard”. Length 14.5”. With Raymond Yard case. 2,000/2,500 584. MARCHAK 18KT GOLD AND GEM-SET PARROT-FORM BROOCH Set with carved rubies, round diamonds and cabochon emerald and turquoise. Signed and numbered 23714. Length 3”. Approx. 18.84 total dwt. 4,000/6,000 585. VAN CLEEF & ARPELS 18KT GOLD AND GEM-SET SCARECROW-FORM BROOCH Head made from a chrysoprase bead. Body and feet adorned with cabochon sapphires and rubies and two small diamonds. Signed and numbered “VC&A 1V846”. Length 2.25”. Approx. 15.51 total dwt. 4,000/5,000

Lot 592

592. ARNALDO POMODORO Italy, b. 1926 Gold and gem-set pendant necklace. Pendant can be worn as a brooch and is set with thirteen emerald-cut rubies and three emeralds. Inscribed on the reverse “Arnaldo Pomodoro 1963 60”. Pendant length 3”. Collar length 16”. Approx. 45.12 total dwt. 7,000/9,000 593. ARNALDO POMODORO Italy, b. 1926 Silver key chain. Signed “A. Pomodoro”. Pendant diameter 1.75”. Total length 5”. Approx. 32.12 dwt. 100/150 638. PAIR OF VINTAGE TIFFANY & CO. 18KT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARCLIPS 1950s Formed as flowers, with six sapphire petals centering a single diamond, backed by textured and pierced leaves. Lengths 1.25”. Approx. 9.13 total dwt. 1,000/1,500

656. LALAOUNIS 18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND GEM-SET RING Eleven diamonds, twenty-three sapphires, eight emeralds and three rubies. Impressed maker’s marks. Size 6¼. 3,000/3,500 657. LALAOUNIS 18KT GOLD, DIAMOND AND GEM-SET BROOCH Sixteen diamonds, thirty-eight sapphires, fourteen emeralds and four rubies. Impressed maker’s marks. Length1.5”. 3,000/3,500 663. JULIUS COHEN GOLD, CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE, EMERALD AND RUBY BRACELET Four strands of cream-colored pearls with four spacers featuring brilliantcut diamonds and step-cut colored stones. Length 7.25”. Approx. 51.85 total dwt. 4,000/5,000


Lot 531 (detail)

Lot 559

Lot 584

Lot 585

Lot 593 (detail)

Lot 638

Lot 656

Lot 657

Lot 663 (detail)


675. JEAN SCHLUMBERGER FOR TIFFANY & CO. “BIRD ON A ROCK” 18KT GOLD, PLATINUM, CITRINE, DIAMOND AND RUBY BROOCH Cushion-cut citrine approx. 66.00 cts. Brilliant-cut diamonds total weight approx. 2.75 cts. Impressed “Schlumberger Tiffany & Co. 750”. Length 2.25”. 15,000/20,000

Lot 675

712. JEWELRY BY ETTA 14KT GOLD AND MULTICOLORED DIAMOND BANGLE BRACELET West Dennis, Massachusetts, Early 21st Century Gypsy-set with fifteen diamonds, total weight approx. 0.75 cts. Interior circumference 7”. Approx. 7.05 total dwt. 4,000/6,000

Lot 712


733. PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS “BUBBLE” 18KT GOLD, CORAL, CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EARCLIPS Impressed marks. Numbered P17509. Lengths 1”. 3,000/4,000

Lot 733

735. PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS “CAGE” 18KT GOLD AND AMBER EARCLIPS Impressed marks. Numbered P9516. Lengths 1”. 2,000/3,000

736. PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS “CAGE” 18KT GOLD AND ROCK CRYSTAL EARCLIPS Impressed marks. Lengths 1”. 2,000/3,000 Lot 735

737. PAIR OF SEAMAN SCHEPPS 18KT GOLD, CITRINE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS Multicolored citrines total weight approx. 14.43 cts. Post omega backs. Lengths 1”. Approx. 8.83 total dwt. 3,000/4,000 Lot 736

Lot 737


754. GOLD, PLATINUM, EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET Twenty emeralds set in alternating links accented with baguette- and round-cut diamonds. Unmarked. Total diamond weight approx. 5.40 cts. Length 7”. 3,000/4,000

Lot 754


764. GOLD AND DIAMOND COLLAR NECKLACE Composed of four-part rubber tubes strung with beads and four diamond-set spacers. Unmarked. Length 15”. Approx. 99.75 total dwt. 6,000/8,000

Lot 764

772. 18KT WHITE GOLD, TAHITIAN CULTURED GRAY PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE Graduated pearls from approx. 11mm to 14mm. Clasp pave-set with diamonds in a swirled design. Length 16.5”. 4,000/6,000

Lot 772


Lot 784

784. 18KT GOLD, CORAL, WHITE TOPAZ AND DIAMOND BRACELET Contemporary Carved and cabochon coral in shades of peach and pink. Length 7”. 6,000/8,000


799. 18KT WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE BRACELET Set with 114 round diamonds, total weight approx. 3.50 cts., and fifty-seven calibré-cut sapphires. Length 7”. Approx. 31.77 total dwt. 3,000/4,000

Lot 799

807. 18KT WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Diamond-set necklace suspends an approx. 4.4mm x 3.0mm diamond and a 16mm white pearl pendant. Necklace length 16.5”. Approx. 27.22 total dwt. 5,000/7,000

Lot 807


817. 18KT WHITE GOLD, CEYLON SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING Accompanied by a C. Dunaigre, Switzerland gemstone report for central sapphire confirming Ceylon origin and heat treatment. Central sapphire, weight approx. 3.00 cts., flanked by two bezelset diamonds, each diameter approx. 3.6mm, and surrounded by a diamond and sapphire melee. Size 6¼. Approx. 3.91 total dwt. 4,000/6,000

Lot 817

831. 18KT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND BUCKLE BRACELET Contemporary Five rows of bezel-set diamonds. Adjustable length from 6” to 7”. Total diamond weight approx. 9.50 cts. Approx. 26.70 total dwt. 4,000/6,000

Lot 831


861. 18KT GOLD, DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD PANTHER-FORM BROOCH Accented by round diamonds, total weight approx. 10.00 cts. Articulated legs and tail. Length 3”. Approx. 40.53 total dwt. 4,000/6,000

Lot 861


879. ANGELUS CHRONOGRAPH Switzerland, 1940s-50s Tropical dial with two Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials. Case diameter 35mm. 2,000/3,000

886. ROLEX OYSTER DATE PERPETUAL YACHTMASTER STEEL AND 18KT GOLD CHRONOMETER WATCH Self-winding movement. Champagne dial with luminous hands, and baton, triangular and circular hour markers. Sapphire crystal with Cyclops magnifier. Case diameter 36mm. 3,500/4,500

Lot 879

Lot 886

892. PIAGET “POLO” 18KT GOLD AND DIAMOND LADY’S WRISTWATCH Quartz movement. Circular dial set with thirty-eight round diamonds, total weight approx. 1.20 cts. Case numbered 8296 C701 490373. Case diameter 20mm. Length 6”. Approx. 47.32 total dwt. 5,000/7,000

893. VINTAGE PIAGET GOLD AND TIGER’S EYE LADY’S WRISTWATCH Quartz movement. Circular tiger’s eye dial. Case numbered 9015 219909. 14kt gold bracelet signed “N & H”. Case diameter 27mm. Length 6.25”. Approx. 32.62 total dwt. 4,000/6,000

Lot 892

Lot 893


SESSION III: FR IDAY, JU NE 11

DECORATIVE ART + MORE

1002. LOUIS VUITTON MONOGRAM SPEEDY 30 France, Circa 1990 Includes lock. 200/300

Lot 1002

1033. RAOUL DUFY France, 1877-1953 Portrait of a seated man. Signed in pencil lower right “Raoul Dufy”. Numbered 9/20 in pencil lower left. Etching on paper, 12” x 8.25” sight. Plate size 4.75” x 3.5”. Framed 18.5” x 14.5”. 800/1,200 Provenance: From the Jack Lichtenstein Collection.

Lot 1033


Lot 1035

Lot 1073

1035. HAYLEY LEVER New York/Massachusetts, 1876-1958 Still life of flowers. Inscribed and signed lower left “To my friend ... Hayley Lever”. Oil on canvas board, 18” x 15”. Framed 23” x 20”. 500/700

1073. EMILE AUGUSTE PINCHART France/Tunisia, 1842-1920 “In the Snow”, depicting a woman and child interacting with birds. Signed lower right “Pinchart”. Oil on canvas, 37” x 29”. Framed 40” x 32”. 1,000/1,500

1098. SALVADOR DALI France/Spain, 1904-1989 Two classical beauties. Signed in pencil lower right “Dali”. Floral and angel remarque. Signed in ballpoint pen lower left. Lithograph on paper, 12” x 9.5”. Framed 23” x 19.5”. 2,000/3,000 Provenance: Purchased at Hanson Gallery, California.

Lot 1098


Lot 1103

1103. BRONZE OF TWO STANDING FIGURES Early 20th Century Signed on base “G.B”. Numbered 2/6. White marble base. Height inclusive of base 13.75”. 300/500

Lot 1120

1120. AFTER CLAIRE JEANNE ROBERTE COLINET France/Belgium, 20th Century “Danseuse Orientale”. Signed in cast on base. Likely a Mid-20th Century posthumous casting. Height inclusive of marble base 19.5”. 800/1,200


1140. KAZVIN RUNNER: 2’6” x 7’5” First Quarter of the 20th Century Navy blue field with abundant clusters of red, blue, pink, gold, green and ivory floral bouquets and flowering branches. Red and ivory borders. 200/300

Lot 1140

1147. PAIR OF ORNATELY CARVED FLORENTINE BAROQUE GILTWOOD COLUMNS Italy, 18th Century Raised cherubs, grapes and birds carved into the spirals. Acanthus leaf and scrolled capitals. Heights 76.5”. 3,000/4,000 Provenance: Purchased in 2011 from a Beverly Hills, California gallery. Private Collection, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Lot 1147


Lot 1148

1148. FRENCH SCHOOL 20th Century Pair of floral still lifes. Unsigned. Oils on canvas, 40” x 31”. Framed 48” x 34”. 1,500/2,500

1155. TIBETAN CARVED HARDWOOD PILLOW BED Circa 1880 Highly decorative. Serpentine sides fronted with twelve figural carvings. Elaborately carved skirt. Twelve paw-like feet, eight topped with elephants. Natural wood finish with mellow age patina. Height 12.25”. Length 43”. Width 29.5”. 800/1,200

Lot 1155


Lot 1162

1162. FEDERAL SIDEBOARD, POSSIBLY BY THOMAS SEYMOUR Boston, 19th Century In mahogany mahogany veneer. Two half drawers across top. Stack of three narrow drawers flanked by paneled doors. Half drawers below. Skirt with a central fruitwood veneer panel inlaid with a floral urn and geometric banding. Case fronted by full columns terminating in bun feet. Bold brass ring pulls. Partial label on reverse marked “... Boston ...”. Height 47”. Width 62”. Depth 23.5”. 1,000/1,500


Lot 1184

Lot 1177

Lot 1186

1177. RELIEF-CARVED LIFT-TOP CHEST Mid-19th Century In walnut. Carved with mythical figures on front and sides. Geometric and foliate carvings along edges and on feet. Height 22”. Width 50”. Depth 20”. 700/1,000

1184. ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-BAPTISTE MONNOYER France, 1634-1699 Still life of flowers and fruit. No signature noted. Artist attributed on frame plaque. Oil on canvas, 19” x 25.5”. Framed 24” x 32”. 2,000/3,000

1186. ENGLISH CENTER TABLE 19th Century In walnut and walnut veneer, with a brown embossed leather top. Four drawers and four faux drawers in apron. Reverse-arched base with carved pineapple center and carved paw feet. Height 28.5”. Diameter 47.75”. 1,500/2,000


1188. PAIR OF CAST BRONZE ATLAS FIGURES SUPPORTING THE EARTH AND THE HEAVENS Late 20th Century After the examples in the library of Louis XVI at Versailles. Figures with applied black patina. Brass globes. Apparently unmarked. Heights 52.5”. 3,000/4,000

Lot 1188, pair


Lot 1192

1192. SHEILA BARBONE Connecticut, b. 1956 “Columbus Circle, NYC 2013”. Signed “Barbone” lower right. Signed, titled and dated verso. Oil on masonite, 14.5” x 19.5”. Framed 15.5” x 20.25”. 800/1,200


Lot 1246

Lot 1247


1246. CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 Untitled. Signed lower right “Shaw”. Dated 1954 verso. Oil on board, 21” x 26”. Framed 27” x 32.5”. 4,000/6,000 Provenance: The estate of the artist to Charles H. Carpenter.

1247. CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 “Rhapsody”. Signed, titled and dated 1953 verso. Oil on board, 16” x 20”. Framed 18” x 22”. 2,000/3,000 Provenance: The estate of the artist to Charles Carpenter.


1249. NINE TUBULAR CHIME TALL CLOCK America, 20th Century Mahogany case. Broken arch pediment with central turned finial. Turned columns at either side of door. Brass and burnished steel Arabic numeral dial with moon phase and second sweep. Label on interior door “By Colonial. Registered serial number 7807310”. Height 83.5”. Width 20”. Depth 15.25”. 1,800/2,500

Lot 1249


Lot 1298

1298. JAPANESE/FRENCH ART NOUVEAU BRONZE LAMP Early 20th Century In dragon form, with three sockets and nautilus shell shades emanating from its front legs and its mouth. Japanese seal mark on the mixed metal weighted base. Height 27”. Width across sockets 15”. 2,000/3,000



1317. TWO-PART WELSH CUPBOARD Circa 1708 In oak. Heavily carved throughout. Upper case with three doors enclosing a single interior shelf. Lower case with three side-by-side drawers over two paneled doors and a shaped bracket base. Iron ring handles. Missing bottom board. Height 78”. Width 49.5”. Depth 23.5”. 1,500/2,500

Lot 1317

1330. LOUIS XVI-STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD BOWFRONT CONSOLE TABLE 19th Century Pyrenees marble top. Foliate-carved apron. Six tapering spiral reeded legs, joined at the base by a shaped stretcher with a central urn finial. Height 37”. Width 49”. Depth 21”. 1,000/2,000 Provenance: Purchased in 2011 from a Beverly Hills, California gallery. Private Collection, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Lot 1330


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