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January 26, 2013

January 26, 2013


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A siAn , E urOPEAn AnD A mEricAn PAintings , F inE & D EcOrAtivE A rts saturday, January 26, 2013 beginning at 10:00 A.m. Lots 1 - 762 Featuing items from the collection of the late Dr. James P. Frackelton; the collection of the Late nancy green of columbus, Ohio; Property sold to benefit the London, Ohio Public Library; Property sold to benefit a midwest institution; And select consignments from california, Florida, illinois, indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, maryland, massachusetts, michigan, new Jersey, new York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, tennessee, and West virginia, as well as canada and switzerland.

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Saturday, January 26, 2013 beginning at 10:00 A.M. Lots 1 - 762

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1 1971 vOLvO sPOrtstEr. Model 1800E. Two door with metallic green exterior, black leather interior and 29,611 original miles. $9,000-$12,000

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2 snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century. Red Peking glass snuff bottle. 2.75”h. $800-$1,200

3 FivE stOrAgE JArs. China, 20th century, pottery. White glaze. One with lid. 14” to 18”h. $150-$350

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PAir OF gOurDs. China, 20th century. Pair of finely formed gourds with knotted necks. 10.5”l. $300-$600

5 FOur cuPs. China, Republic period, porcelain. Famille Rose enameled cups. Red four character mark “HongXi nian Zhi” on base. 2.25”h. 3”d. $800-$1,200

6 WOrK tABLE. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Four dovetailed drawers with brass ring pulls, shaped skirt. Edge loss. 33”h. 87”w. 20”d. $200-$400 4 | gArtH’s January 26, 2013

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7 cArvED ivOrY sKuLL. Japan, Edo/Takugawa (1600-1868). Finely carved skull with spirits. signed “Gi Yu Ku Zen” on the roof of the mouth. 7.5”h. 5.5”l. $3,000-$5,000

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LAcQuErED BOX. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. small box with three drawers. Landscape design. 5.5”l. $1,500-$2,500

mAnJu nEtsuKE. Japan, early 20th century, ivory and metal. dragon decoration. With chain. 2”d. 6”l. overall. $250-$450

BOWL AnD PLAtE. China, 19th century, porcelain. Monochrome blue glazed bowl, 6”d., and a Famille Rose dish plate, 6.5”d. $800-$1,200

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cABinEt. China,19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Carved panels with scroll carved feet. Two doors above two dovetailed drawers. Refinished. 65.5”h. 54.5”w. 19”d. $500-$700

POrcELAin FigurinE. China, 19th century. Celadon glazed figure of Guanyin. Repaired hand. 13”h. $500-$700

sErvEr AnD cABinEt. China, late 19th century, elm. Red lacquered sheng dong cabinet with two doors with black and gold landscape decoration. And a lacquered table with original floral polychrome decoration. Refinished. 30.5”h. 27.5”w. 14”d. Both have loss. $300-$500

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14 PAir OF cLOisOnnE vAsEs. China, 19th century. Pomegranate form with lotus scroll decoration. 4.25�h. $8,000-$10,000

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15 PLIQUE A JOUR BOWL. Japan, 20th century. Enameled foliate design. On three feet. 4.25”d. $600-$800

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CARVING OF A DISC. China, 20th century, white jade. Bi disc. 2.25”d. $600-$800

17 EIGHT ITEMS. China, jadeite. Antique bangles and a jade camel and beast. 1.75” to 3.5”l. From a private California collection. $1,000-$2,000

18 SOAPSTONE CARVING. China, late 19th-20th Century. Green and yellow soapstone carving of a bitter melon. 12"l. $1,000-$2,000

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CARVED URN. China, 20th century, jadeite. Pale green with russet birds on branch. Some edge loss. 6”h. not including wood base. With fitted box. $600-$900

CARVING OF A WOMAN. China, 20th century, serpentine. Pale green figure of Guanyin in flowing robes. 7”h. not including wood base. With fitted box. $200-$400

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PAIR OF IVORY CARVINGS. China, 1st half-20th century. Large figures of an emperor and empress. Marked on the underside. 19.75”h. $2,500-$4,500

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22 PAir OF cLOisOnnE crAnEs. China, 19th century. Polychrome cranes with stands. 9�h. $6,500-$7,500

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JAcOBEAn-stYLE cOurt cuPBOArD. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Typical form with upper and lower doors, and elaborate carving. Retains its original finish. 49.5”h. 53.5”w. 18.5”d. $1,500-$2,500

JAcOBEAn-stYLE cOrnEr cuPBOArD. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Typical diminutive size, one-piece, with an open top, shaped shelves, and carved and paneled doors below. 70”h. 33”w. 17.5”d., requires a 24” corner. $500-$1,000

24 JAcOBEAn-stYLE DrOP LEAF tABLE AnD PAir OF siDE cHAirs. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. X-stretcher table, 29.75”h. 26”w. (closed) 42”l. Together with a pair of carved side chairs with plank seats, 18.75”h. seat, 39.75”h. overall. $300-$600

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25 JAcOBEAn-stYLE ArmcHAir. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Plank seat and acorn drops. Original finish. 18”h. seat, 45.25”h. overall. $250-$500

28 gEOrgE iv cOAcHing tABLE. England, ca.1820, mahogany. Of typical design with a round top and an older finish. 25”h. 24.75”d. $300-$600

29 LAnDscAPE signED “cAnE” (AmEricAn, LAtE 20tH cEnturY). Oil on artist board, signed lower right. Impressionistic view of field. 14”h. 11”w., in a gilt frame, 20”h. 17”w. $100-$300

26 sEt OF siX JAcOBEAn-stYLE cHAirs. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Five side chairs and one armchair, all with elaborate carving. 19”h. seat, 38”h. overall. $400-$800 24

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Louis rorimer was the founder and head designer for rorimer Brooks. Best know for the skillful blending of historical styles into fresh interpretation, his was one of the first American firms to design and execute entire residential and commercial interiors. see Pina, Louis Rorimer: A Man of Style.

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30 irisH gEOrgE iii tWO-HAnDLED cuP. Marked for dublin, 1773, and Matthew West. Of typical form with scroll handles and period-engraved “Wn” and arms. 6.75”h. Approximately 21.7 ozt. $4,000-$6,000

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cuPBOArD. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Red lacquer with gilt landscape and foliate designs. Two doors. 49.5”h. 41”w. 18.5”d. $250-$450

scHOLAr OBJEct. China, late Qing dynasty. Brush stand. Green, yellow and brown phoenixes and dragons. With a wooden stand. 6.25”l. $800-$1,200

mirrOr AnD BOWL. China, 20th century. Tabletop mirror with wood frame and stand inlaid with mother-of-pearl figures. 32”h. 16”w. And a Ming style blue and white bowl, 11”h. 16.5”d. $150-$350

PAir OF cuPs. China, 19th century, porcelain. Enamel glazed wine cups. Marked Yong Qin Chang Chun. 4.5”h. $1,200-$1,800

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PAir OF BOWLs. China, 19th-20th century, porcelain. Blue and white dragon decoration. Guangxu mark. 4.5”d. 2.25”h. $1,200-$1,800

snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century. Reverse glass painted snuff depicting a lotus. signed by Yue Yutian. 2.75”h. $1,000-$1,500

cArving OF A DisK. China, 19th century, white jade. Bi disk with dragon. 2.25”l. $1,500-$2,500

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38 PEKing gLAss vAsE. China, late 19th century. six color bottle form vase with dragon decoration. 10.5�h. $3,500-$4,500

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39 vAsE. China, 19th century, porcelain. Gilt with Famille Verte figures. A carved seal reads “Yong Zheng nian Zhi” on the base. 11.5”h. $500-$700

40 inrO. Japan, early 20th century, wood. Three compartments. Bronze and mother-of-pearl inlay cloud decoration. 3”h. $1,500-$2,000

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41 DisH. China. Green enamel glazed dragon. Marked Qianlong. 7”l. $1,200-$1,800

42 mAnJu nEtsuKE. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Wood with mother-of-pearl inlay. Peach decoration. 1.75”d. $600-$800 front - 41 - back

43 snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century. dark crystal with well-hollowed body. 3”h. $1,200-$1,800

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FOur snuFF BOttLEs. China, 19th century. One rock crystal and three Peking glass. 1.5”h., 2.25”h., 2.5”h., 3”h. $1,000-$1,500

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JAcOBEAn-stYLE BOOKsHELF. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. diminutive size with three adjustable shelves and a lower door with hand painted flower urn. 55”h. 19”w. 12.5”d. $250-$500

JAcOBEAn-stYLE siDEBOArD. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Two drawers flanked by doors, and carved grapevines. 35.5”h. 21.5”d. 73”l. $500-$1,000

JAcOBEAn-stYLE rEFEctOrY tABLE. Rorimer Brooks, Cleveland, Ohio, 1st half-20th century, oak. Typical form with grapevine-carved skirt. 30.5”h. 40.5”w. 72”l. (closed), with 24” leaves. $400-$800

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POrtrAit OF A rELigiOus FigurE (itALY, 17tH cEnturY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Monk at an altar. Latin text including notation of the school of st. Lucia. 19.5”h. 14”w., in a frame, 24”h. 19”w. $400-$800

tWO Prints BY JOHn stOBArt (AmEricAn, 20tH cEnturY). Pittsburgh-The Sidewheel Steamer Dean Adams Arriving at the Point in 1880. signed and numbered lower right. In a frame, 22”h. 33”w. And Sunrise Nantucket in 1835. signed and numbered lower right. In a frame, 20.75”h 30.75”w. $200-$300

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51 tWO Prints BY JOHn stOBArt (AmEricAn, 20tH cEnturY). Mariette: The Mail Line Packet “Cruise” Arriving at the Wharfboat on the Ohio in 1875. signed and numbered lower right. In a frame, 19.5”h. 27.25”w. Charleston: The Celebrated Southern Port Over the Rooftops in 1870. signed and numbered lower right. In a frame, 20.5”h. 28.5”w. $200-$300 49 16 | gArtH’s January 26, 2013

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52 mArBLE PEDEstAL. American, late 19th-early 20th century, white marble. Rope twist column. 40”h. $200-$400

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53 gEOrgE iii siLvEr HOnEY POt. Marked for sheffield, 1810-11, and possibly Thomas Lamborn. In the form of a beeskep, on ball feet. underside with engraved tree and powder horn. 5�h., approximately 6 ozt. Ex Woolworth family (Maine), sold at James Julia (Maine), January 2005, lot 580. $4,500-$5,000

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inrO. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Four compartments. Gilt lacquer with three figures in an architectural landscape. 3.25”h. $2,000-$2,500

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EigHt BuDDHA imAgEs. China, jadeite. small carvings, 2” to 3”h. $400-$600

56 vAsE. China, 19th/20th century, porcelain. Blue glazed gourd vase. six character blue mark reads “da Ming Wan Li nian Zhi” on the base. 6.25”h. $300-$500

57 vAsE. China, 19th/20th century, porcelain. Blue with a dragon. A six character blue mark reads “da Qing Kang Xi nian Zhi” on the base. 6.75”h. $200-$300

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EigHt ivOrY nEtsuKEs. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figures of workmen, a woman with a mask, and a large figure of a monk. some are tea stained. signed. 1.5” to 2”h. $150-$300


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59 cArvED ivOrY tusK. China, 1st half-20th century. detailed openwork landscape carving. 18�l. $3,000-$5,000

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scHOLAr’s BOOKcAsE. China, shanxi province, mid 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Red and black lacquer with gilt accents. Three shelves and bottom drawers. 74.5”h. 38.25”w. 20.5”d. $600-$800

cArvED FigurAL BOX. Japan, 20th century, hardwood. detailed toad with articulated jaw. 3.5”l. $400-$600

siDE cABinEt. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Five dovetailed drawers over four paneled doors. Top drawers have pierce carved foliate facades. Traces of red paint. 35”h. 46.5”w. 18”d. $250-$500

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snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century. Rare. Agate imitating chicken blood stone. 3”h. $1,200-$1,600

tWO snuFF BOttLEs. China, 19th century, agate. Well-hollowed bodies and nicely polished. 2.5”, 3”h. $800-$1,200

tHrEE snuFF BOttLEs. China, rock crystal. Two are hair crystal, the other is excellently carved crystal with natural color. 2.75” to 3”h. $1,200-$1,800

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66 inLAiD ruYi scEPtEr. China, late 19th-early 20th century. Wood inlaid with semi-precious hardstones. 12.25�l. $3,000-$5,000

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67 HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE INLAID SIDEBOARD. Old Hickory, Indiana, mid 20th century, mahogany veneer. Mt. Vernon-style sideboard with serpentine front, flame grain mahogany veneer and banded inlay with foliate patera. Two side compartments and a fitted silverware drawer over two doors. 37”h. 71”w. 29”d. $1,000-$2,000 67

68 FOUR QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIRS. American, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany. Vase splats and slip seats. 18”h. seat, 42.25”h. $400-$600 70

69 PORTRAIT BY WILLIAM FETTES DOUGLAS (UNITED KINGDOM, 1822-1891). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Woman holding roses in a shawl. Flaking. 36”h. 29”w., in a frame, 42”h. 34.5”w. $1,000-$2,500 68

70 TWO PAINTINGS (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolors on paper, unsigned. Cottage scene titled Cold Harbour Lane 22/8/99. And a canal scene with town houses and rowboats. In matching frames, 11.5”h. 13.5”w. $200-$400

71 LOUIS XV-STYLE CUPBOARD. Early 20th century, mahogany and oak. Two-piece, the lighted upper section with beveled glass doors and glass shelves, the lower section with doors, with overall elaborate rococo carving, and resting on scrolled feet. 84”h. 50”w. 22”d. $1,000-$2,000 69 71 22 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013


72 PAir OF gEOrgE iii siLvEr gOBLEts. Marked for London, 1810-1, and Charles Fox. slightly flared rims, reeded bodies, and round feet. 6.25�h., approximately 20.5 ozt. $2,800-$3,200

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inrO. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century, wood. Boy with a lotus flower, flag and shi shi. 3.25”h. $1,200-$1,500

JArDiniErE. China, Qing dynasty. Celadon glazed rectangular jardinière with an old wooden stand. 3.5”h. 7.25”l. $400-$600

ivOrY cArving OF tWO mEn. China, 1st half-20th century. Artist and scholar with scroll. Painted details. 8”h. $250-$500

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BOWL China, 19th century, porcelain. Antique blue and white punch bowl. 7.25”d. $1,800-$2,800

ivOrY cArving OF mAn. Japan, 1st half-20th century. standing man in a robe. Inset red cartouches. Age splits. 8”h. $300-$600

vAsE, sAucE, sPOOn. Twentieth century. Asian lacquer sauce, 4”d., and spinach jadeite cup, 3.5”h. Together with a Russian enameled brass spoon, 8”l. $150-$350

grOuP OF AsiAn POrcELAin. China, late 19th-20th century. Hand decorated. Three oblong dishes, 6.5” to 8”l., Rose Medallion spoon and plate, five sauces and plates, 3” to 6”d., and a green Fitzhugh plate, 7.5”d. Together with an eggshell bowl in fitted box, 4”d. $150-$350

80 EXPOrt PLAtE. China, late 19th century. Hand decorated with pink rose peony. Minor wear. 8.75”d. $75-$150

81 rOsE mEDALLiOn JArDiniErE. China, 20th century. With mandarin scenes. 16”h. 18.5”d. $100-$300

82 EigHt ivOrY nEtsuKEs. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Workmen and animals including a man with pop eyes. signed. 1.25” to 2”h. $150-$350 82

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83 EXPOrt ivOrY cOFFEr. China, 19th century. Intricately detailed box with lift lid and interior lift out tray. Two handles. 8.25�l $9,500-$12,500

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grOuP OF cErAmic itEms. China, 20th century. Four green glazed jars, water jug and teapot, 7.5” to 14.5”h., and a pair of green glazed parrots, 9”h. Together with a granary jar. Chip. 15.5”h. $150-$350

PAir OF ELEPHAnt cArvings. China, 20th century, serpentine. Pale green with raised trunks. Minor edge loss. 3.75”h. on wood bases. With fitted box. $200-$400

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86 PAir OF cuPs. China, porcelain. doucai cups with excellent glaze and design and Qianlong mark. In a fitted with wooden box. 4”h. $1,200-$1,800 85

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vAsE. China, porcelain. Blue glaze with red under-glazed bats. Marked Xuantong. 6.5”h. $1,200-$1,800

tABLEtOP cArvED PAnEL. China, 1st half-20th century, spinach jade. Mountainous landscape carved in relief. 19”h. 13.25”w. including wooden frame. $1,000-$1,500

cArving OF guAnYin. China, 20th century, coral. detailed carving of Guanyin and quail. 9”h. $1,200-$1,500

cArving OF guAnYin. China, 20th century, coral. detailed figure of Guanyin. 4.25”h. $600-$800

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91 cArvED ivOrY vAsE. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Carving of monkeys in trees. 7.5�h. $4,000-$6,000

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MINIATURE ON IVORY OF A WOMAN SIGNED “GARNIER” (FRANCE, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on ivory, signed left center. Depicting a lady in 19thcentury dress, 3.5”h. 2.5”w. Set in a bone and cast bronze frame, set in a 20th-century gilt frame, 9.75”h. 8.5”w. $200-$400

ROCOCO REVIVAL HALL CLOCK. Frank Herschede Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, early 20th century, mahogany. Floral and bean carving, brass and steel dial with sun/moon dial, 9-tube chime. Retains an old, likely original, finish. 95.75”h. $2,000-$4,000

LARGE DOUBLE HANDLED PAN. American, late 19th century. Large hammered copper pan with two brass handles, 8”h. 30”l. $100-$300

93 HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE SIDEBOARD. England, early 20th century, walnut. Serpentine front and spade feet. String inlay. Two doors flank single dovetailed drawer. 35”h. 60”w. 23.5”d. $800-$1,600

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ICON. Russia, late 19th century. Paint on wooden board covered with a hallmarked silver riza. Madonna and child. 7”h. 5.75”w. $400-$800

96 TWO MIRRORS AND A FIREPLACE SCREEN. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Two wood framed mirrors with later floral painting. 17” x 22” and 14” x 16.5”. And a folding metal screen with floral hand painting. Four panels 30”h. 10”w. each. $150-$300

98A ARCHITECTURAL MIRROR. American, late 19th century. Some imperfections. 42”h. 28”w. $100-$300

99 DROP LEAF DINING TABLE. Twentieth century, mahogany. Large table with eight legs and stenciled leaves on the top. 29”h. 19.5”w. (closed) 60”w. (open) 72”l. $250-$500

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TABLETOP MANNEQUIN. American, ca.1960s, papier mache. Woman in a gold painted dress. Imperfections. 29”h. $100-$150

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Ink wash on paper, signed in pencil “Edwards” (?) lower right. Profile of a woman with a ponytail. In a frame, 22.5”h. 18.5”w. $100-$300


101 BALLErinA BY guAng ZEJu (cHinA, B. 1940). Oil on canvas, signed in Chinese lower left. dated 1997. 35.5”h. 24.75”w. $1,500-$2,500

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102 sHiBAYAmA trAY. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Lacquered tray with applied figures chasing frogs in a landscaped ground. Good detail. Age split. 9.25”l. $14,000-$16,000

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snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century. Green Peking glass carved overlay snuff bottle. 2.75”h. $1,000-$1,500

PAir OF cHEstnut-sHAPED HAnD tOggLEs. China, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Zitan wood with rich grain and reddish-brown patina from being rolled in the palms of hands. Realistically modeled with fine details. 1.75”d. $800-$1,200

104 ivOrY cArving. China, 1st half-20th century. Two people under a tree with a pagoda. 6”h. $800-$1,000

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106 PAir OF PLAtEs. China, 19th century, porcelain. duck and flowers. Marked Qianlong. 7.5”d. $1,200-$1,800

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EigHt ivOrY nEtsuKEs AnD snuFFs. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Pair of figural emperor and empress snuffs, 3”h. Together with figural and animal netsukes including a monkey with pop eyes. signed. 1” to 1.5”h. $100-$300


108 ivOrY cArving. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Okimono of a figure holding a reed and vase. 12.5�h. $4,000-$5,000

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cAmEO PEnDAnt-BrOOcH. American, 20th century, shell. Poseidon and Amphitrite in a marked 14K gold looped wire-work frame with safety clasp and bail for use as pendant, 2.25”h. 1.75”w. $400-$800

cAmEO PEnDAnt. American or European, 20th century. scenic shell cameo of Rebecca at the Well. $200-$400

cAmEO PEnDAnt-BrOOcH. American or European, 20th century, shell. Portrait of female in a marked 10K gold frame accented with seed pearls, safety clasp, bail for use as pendant, 2”h. 1.5”w. $250-$350

cAmEO. American or European, 20th century, shell. Perseus in a silver metal frame, 1.75”h.1.38”w. $200-$300

110 cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. The Three Graces in a marked 14K gold frame with enamel accents, safety clasp, 3.38”h. 2.63”w. $500-$700

111 cAmEO PEnDAnt-BrOOcH. American or European, 20th century, shell. st. George slaying the dragon in a marked 14K gold frame accented by thirty Australian jelly opals, safety clasp and two bails for use as pendant, 2.75”h. 2.25”w. $400-$600

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113 cAmEO ring. American or European, 20th century. shell portrait of a young man with curly hair wearing classical robes. size 6. $200-$400

114 cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Finely carved diana and Athena in an unmarked gold frame, tested as 14K, safety clasp, 2.38”h. 1.88”w. $300-$500

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116 tWO PiEcEs OF cAmEO JEWELrY. American or European, 19th to early 20th century, shell. Locket with cameo scene of two female figures at a tower, locket interior holds strands of hair, gold-tone frame with C-clasp, 1.5”h. 1.25”w. With a pendant/brooch of a woman and child in a silver frame, stamped 800, inset with four red stones, safety clasp and bail for use as pendant 1.63 “h. 1.25”w. $200-$400

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119 cAmEO mOurning JEWELrY. American or European, 20th century, shell. Goddess nike on a fourhorse drawn chariot framed by a braid of human hair and a 12K gold-filled frame, 2”h. 2.5”w. $150-$350

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120 gEntLEmAn’s DiAmOnD sOLitAirE ring. Twentieth century. Yellow gold nugget-style ring, tapered shank. White gold prong setting with 2.50 ct diamond. Marked 14K , ARJ. Ring size 14. 11.9 g. $8,000-$10,000

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BrAcELEt. American or European, early 20th century, lava. six medallions with classical women’s faces. $150-$300

cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Image of Flora in flight with a floral garland. Replaced clasp. $200-$300

cAmEO Pin. American or European, 20th century, shell. Joan of Arc. Rope style frame 10K gold. $200-$400

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cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. dancing Horae (mythological hours) around a central clock. 14K gold frame. $300-$600

cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Biblical scene of Moses striking the rock. Frame marked 9K. 2.5”h. 1.75”w. $150-$350

cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, 20th century, shell. Fine cameo after Ingres’ Oedipus Answers the Riddle of the Sphinx. signed “L. scala”. 14k gold frame surrounded by cultured pearls. 4.25”h. 3.5”w. $600-$1,200

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cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Finely carved scene of two women by a riverbank. 14K gold frame. $300-$500

cAmEO BrOOcH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Classical image of Athena. $200-$400

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cAmEO BrOOcH. European, early 20th century, shell. Image after Botticelli’s Birth of Venus. Gold frame is marked 18K “B. Liverino”. $300-$500

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131 LADY's EmErALD AnD DiAmOnD ring. Twentieth century. Emerald cut emerald weighing approximately 8.5ct is prong-set surrounded by fourteen prong set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approx. 1.50ct total weight. $1,800-$2,200

132 PEArL AnD DiAmOnD cOLLAr nEcKLAcE. Art deco lariat style necklace features cultured pearls and 18k gold spacers linked in a diagonal pattern forming a graduated width collar set with four 18k gold squared stations set with diamonds. diamonds are Vs clarity, H color approximate carat weight 5.00ct. necklace length exclusive of tassels is 16.5". $4,000-$5,000

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133 TEA SET. China, 19th century. Group of nine antique YiXing cups and teapot. Teapot 4”h. $600-$800

134 THREE VASES. China, 20th century. Kang Hsi style. Pair of Famille Noire with lions, 17”h., and single paneled with animals, 19.25”h. $200-$400

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DISK. China,19th century, carved greenish white jade. Disk with central aperture, both sides carved textured pattern. 2.25”d. $600-$800

136 ALTAR TABLE. China, early 20th century, elm. Three dovetailed drawers with carved fronts. Worn red paint. 29.5”h. 51”w. 18”d. $200-$400

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PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS AND PAIR OF END TABLES. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction with traces of black lacquer. Chairs with carved crests. Missing splats. 20” seat, 36.5”h. overall. And two end tables, 19.5”h. 18.5” x 18.5”. $250-$500

CABINET. China, late 19th century. Black lacquer with two red lacquered doors with landscapes and a carved front foot. 33.5”h. 30”w. 22”d. $200-$400

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139 cArvED BuDDHA HAnD. China, 19th century. Finely carved greenish white jade Buddha hand. 3�h. $1,000-$1,500

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curiO cABinEt. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Lacquered with gilt highlights and fan shaped shelf. 10”l. $700-$900

141 BrusH POt. China, 19th century, porcelain. Blue and white scholar’s brush pot. 6.5”h. $1,800-$2,800 front - 143 - back

142 cArving OF A citrOn. China, late 19th-early 20th century, hardwood. detailed carving of a Buddha’s hand. 10”h. $1,500-$2,000

143 snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th century, rock crystal. Clear with carved design. 3”h. $1,200-$1,800

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ivOrY FigurAL triPtYcH. European, late 19th century. Bust of a man in Renaissance clothing on a base with masks and birds. The figure opens to a hunting scene. Minor edge loss. 5”h. $300-$600

ButLEr’s trAY AnD siLvEr PLAtE trAY. England, 19th century. Mahogany butler’s tray with old brown paint. On a folding stand, 31”h. 37.5”w. 28.5”d. And a sheffield-style tray with floral designs. 20” x 30”. $150-$350

148 SAILING ON DUSK (AmEricAn scHOOL, 20tH cEnturY). Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right. depicting a sailboat at dusk. 5.25”h. 8.25”w., in a frame, 11”h. 14”w. $200-$400

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151 THE TRIO BY WiLLiAm c. EmErsOn (cOnnEcticut, B. 1865). Gouache on paper, signed lower right. Ethereal trees at sunrise. In a frame, 23”h. 30”w. $800-$1,200

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RIVER WITH COWS AttriButED tO HEnrY WArD rAngEr (AmEricAn, 1858-1916). Oil on canvas, unsigned. depicting four cows walking alongside a river. 6.5”h. 9.75”w., in a frame, 12.25”h. 15”w. $800-$1,200

tWO PAintings (AmEricAn scHOOL, 20tH cEnturY). Oils on canvas. Mountain landscape, unsigned. 5.5”h. 7.5”w. in a frame, 11.25”h. 13.25”w. Together with lake landscape, signed indistinctly. 4.25”h. 6”w., in a frame, 8.75”h. 10.5”w. $200-$400

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154 irisH gEOrgE iii sugAr BAsKEt. Marked for dublin, 1797, and John Laughlin Jr. Oblong form with fluted body, swing handle, and period classical engraving. 5.75�h. (excluding handle), approximately 8 ozt. $2,000-$2,500

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inrO. Japan, 20th century, lacquered ivory. single compartment with netsuke. 3.75”h. $700-$900

vAsE. China, Qing dynasty, porcelain. WuCai glazed garlic head vase. decorated with five dragons and phoenix amongst clouds. six character mark around the mouth "da Ming Jia Jing nian Zhi." 9.5"h. From a Texas collection. $2,500-$3,500

156 tWO HAnD WArmErs. China, late 19th century, bronze. Pierced designs. 7”h. 6.25”d., 3.5”h. 5.5”l. $1,000-$1,500

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158 cArvED ivOrY tusK. Asian, 1st half-20th century. Elaborately pierce carved with detailed village and landscape. 26.5”l. not including wooden base. $1,000-$2,000

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159 BrOnZE stAtuE. China, Qing dynasty. Painted statue of Palden Lamo. 6.5”h. 5.5”l. $500-$700

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160 tWO tABLEs. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Refinished. Wine tasting table with post legs, 34”h. 40”w. and 19”d., and one with shaped feet. 17.5”h. 35.5”w. 23.5”d. $300-$400

161 PAir OF POrcELAin cuPs. China. decorated in ink black glaze with gilt. Marked Qianlong. 3.25”h. $1,200-$1,800

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162 PAir OF WinE cuPs. China. doucai wine cups with stylized “shou” characters. Marked. 3”h. $1,600-$2,600

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163 FOur nEtsuKEs. Japan, 1st half-20th century, boxwood. Mask, cicada, monk, and an exceptional carving of a man with a demon, 3.5”h. signed. $250-$500

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164 cArvED FigurAL grOuP WitH BirDs. China, 20th century, serpentine. Pale green birds under tree. 9”h. not including wood base. With fitted box. $800-$1,200

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165 mirrOr. China, Tang dynasty. Bronze mirror with lion and grape. 4”d. $1,500-$2,500

166 tWO sEALs. China. soapstone carved seals, each signed with the artist’s name. Taller is 2.25”h. $600-$800 46 | gArtH’s January 26, 2013

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167 BrusH POt AnD LAcQuEr BOX. China, 19th century. Carved bamboo brush pot and a cinnabar lacquer box. Pot 4.5”h., box 4.5”d. $600-$800

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168 snuFF BOttLE. China, late 19th-early 20th century. Fine agate chalcedony snuff bottle. 2.5”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

169 snuFF BOttLE. China, 19th-20th century. suzhou school snuff bottle. 2.5”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

170 cArvED tOggLE. China, 18th century. Fine agate cicada carving with seed pearls. Cicada 1.5”l. $1,800-$2,800

171 cArvED tOggLE. China, late 19th century. Carved open work agate toggle, 2.5”l. $1,000-$1,500

172 cArvED tOggLE. China, 19th century. Carved open work agate toggle, 1.75”l. with lotus and crabs. $1,000-$1,500

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173 HAnging scrOLL BY Pu ru (18961963). signed poem, artist’s name with seals in upper right. Ink on paper. Robed figure of scholar. 77”l. 16”w. $1,800-$2,800

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175 HAnging scrOLL AttriButED tO cHEng sHiFA (cHinA, 1921-2007). signed artist’s name with a seal on right side. Ink and color on paper. Image of a girl. 76”l. 20”w. $1,000-$2,000 173

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176 1 C CHINA TRADE PAINTING (CHINESE SCHOOL, 1845-1856). Oil on canvas, possible artist monogram lower right. A view O o of the hongs at Canton, with the American, French, English aand Dutch flags flying. Restoration. 17.5”h. 30.5”w., in what aappears to be its original Chinese Chippendale frame, 23”h. 36”w. 3 SSee Crossman, The China Trade Exporting Paintings, Furniture, SSilver and other Objects, pp. 48-84. See also Northeast A Auctions (New Hampshire), August 2010, lot 724. $ $4,500-$6,500

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GENTLEMAN’S CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERYL DOME RING. Twentieth century. Yellow gold ring with high relief basket weave pattern set with oval cat’seye chrysoberyl. Medium to dark olive green with high dome and strong eye (16.8mm x 12.3mm, 10.8 mm d.). Ring size 9.5. 18K. 25.7 g. $3,000-$4,000

ART DECO GENTLEMAN’S CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERYL RING. Platinum ring with cat’s-eye chrysoberyl (10mm x 10.5 mm, 8.7mm d.). Light gold to medium green. Sculpted setting tapers from scrolled accents. Raised shoulder set with tapered baguette diamond. Worn millegraining. Size 10 with ring guard. 14.4g. $2,000-$3,000

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GENTLEMAN’S STAR SAPPHIRE DOME RING. Twentieth century. Classic oval high dome light blue sapphire (15mm x 11 mm, 9.5 mm d.). Bezel set with tapered baguettes on the shoulders. Heavy cast ring. Ring size 9.5. 14.0 g. $1,000-$1,200

PAIR OF DIAMOND PENDANTS ON CHAIN. Twentieth century. Pair of snowflake pendants. White gold with prong set diamonds. Center diamond is 4.0mm. 27” curb chain. 14K. 7.3g. $600-$800

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STAR SAPPHIRE RING. Greek Revival style with millegrained shank, spliting into four prongs. Oval high dome stone (12.8mm x 11.1mm. 9.5mm d.). Shoulders pave set with single cut diamonds. Gallery has openwork Greek key design. Platinum. Marked Marcus. Ring size 5.5. 5.9 g. $1,500-$2,500

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ART DECO STAR SAPPHIRE RING. Platinum with prong set oval light blue star sapphire (17.8mm x 14.5mm, 11.8mm d.), flanked by shield-shaped diamond and single cut diamonds. Ring size 5.75. 12.6 g. $4,500-$6,500

GENTLEMAN’S CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERYL DOME RING. Second half-20th century. Platinum set with high dome oval cat’s-eye chrysoberyl flanked by flush set tapered diamond baguettes. Medium to light olive-gold (11.2mm x 10.2mm, 8.7mm d.), diamonds taper 12.9mm to 3.2mm. Ring size 8. 12.1g. $1,500-$2,500

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185 CAMEO RING. Twentieth century. Shell cameo bezel set with braided border and openwork gallery. Ring size 6. Marked 10K. 4.5g. $150-$200

186 SIX POCKET WATCHES AND A WRIST WATCH. Group of six gold-filled pocket watches including Hamilton, Elgin, Hampden and Waltham and Bulova wrist watch case. $200-$300


187 PIAGET LADY'S WATCH. A fine 18k white gold and diamond set square bracelet watch, ca. 1992. Mechanical jewelled lever movement, pavĂŠ-set diamond dial, square case, diamond-set bezel. Numbered on the back 9663, 112365. Marked on inside cover and mechanisms, in working condition. $35,000-$45,000

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STICK PIN. American or European, 20th century, jet. Cherub in high relief playing a lyre. Stamped “Michaud”. $200-$300

CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, 20th century, shell. Three women reaching for a songbird. 14K gold frame. $250-$450

CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Dancing Horae (hours of the day from classical mythology). 14K gold frame. 3.75”h. 2.25”w. $600-$900

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CAMEO PIN. American or European, 20th century, shell. Classical image of Leda and the swan. $200-$400

CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Clipper ship. $200-$400

194 190 OPAL BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century. King Tut’s funeral mask. 14K gold frame surrounded by seed pearls. $300-$600

CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Triangular shape with Art Nouveau stylized butterfly. 18K gold frame. $300-$400

195 191 CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Image of a crusader with a cross on his chest. $200-$400

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BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, ivory. Finely detailed floral carving. $200-$400

198 CAMEO BRACELET. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Classical images of gods and goddesses corresponding to six out of seven days of the week. $200-$400

CAMEO BROOCH. American or European, early 20th century, shell. Depicts the angel Moroni and the Book of Mormon. Sterling silver frame. 2”h. 2.5”w. $200-$400

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BOY AT CREEK BY ADAM EMORY ALBRIGHT (AMERICAN, 1862-1957). Oil on artist board, signed and dated 1899 lower right. Boy playing along a creek. 5.5”h. 8.5”w., in a frame, 10.5”h. 14”w. $800-$1,200

A SPRING MORNING IN KENT BY CHARLES MARTIN (ENGLISH, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “Ch. Martin 1879” lower left. Depicting a landscape with stream and thatched roof house. 30.5”h. 24.5”w., in a gilt frame, 38.5”h. 32”w. Sold at Gray’s (Cleveland), July 2010, lot 179. $500-$700

202 FRUIT BASKET BY D. GIRARD (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Depicting a fruit basket. 16”h. 21.5”l., in a frame, 23.5”h. 31”w. $400-$600

203 AUTOMATON. Germany, early 20th century. Three animated birds in a brass cage. Working. Gold repaint and wear to feathers. 2”h. 15”w. 10”d. $1,500-$3,000

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206 RENAISSANCE REVIVAL DESK. American or European, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany. Elaborately carved with figures, masks, and scrollwork. Older finish, some veneer damage. 32”h. 48.5”w. 27”d. Collected by Thomas Condell in Springfield, Illinois, in the early 20th century. $1,000-$2,000

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207 COWBOY AND CAMPFIRE BY FRANK TENNEY JOHNSON (AMERICAN, 1874-1939). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Depicts a cowboy by a campfire at night, Glued to a wood panel. 25.5”h. 31.75”w., in a carved pickled wood frame, 32.5”h. 37”w. $10,000-$20,000

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208 THREE CARVINGS. China, 19th century. Jade carved pendants of lotus, butterfly, and bird. 2.75”l. $800-$1,200

209 THUMB RING. China, 18th century, yellow nephrite jade. Nice natural skin. 1”h. $1,500-$2,500

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210 THUMB RING. China, 18th century, chicken bone nephrite jade. Four Chinese characters against engraved background. 2.5”h. $1,500-$2,500

211 SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century. Plain deep pinkish Peking glass snuff bottle. 3.25”h. $800-$1,200

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213 COFFER CHEST. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Three dovetailed drawers with brass pulls. Carved wing brackets. Dark alligatored surface. 32”h. 62”w. 18”d. $250-$450

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TWO SEALS. China, 19th century. Chicken blood stone seal and furong stone seal. Each signed by the artist. Taller is 3”h. $600-$800

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PAIR OF PLATES. China, 19th century, porcelain. Blue and white. 6.25”d. $1,200-$1,800

CARVED BUDDHA. China, 19th century, spinach jade. With original stand. 4”h. $800-$1,200

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century, cloisonne. Rare. 2.75”h. $600-$800

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SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century. Well-carved Peking glass snuff bottle. 3”h. $1,000-$2,000

STATUE AND TWO PIECES. China, late 19th-20th century. Carved wooden figure of a seated official with traces of polychrome paint. Age splits. 30”h. And a small painted shrine with slide lid, 22”h. Together with a low mortised elm tea table, 8.5”h. 29.5”w. $200-$300

BRONZE STATUE. China, late 19th century. Gilt bronze of the figure Sakyamuni. 6.5”h. $600-$800

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BRONZE BY CLEMENT JOHN BARNHORN (OHIO, 1857-1935). Signed and dated on base, 1898 with foundry mark “Roman Bronze Works, NY”. Saint holding two children. 12”h. $1,500-$3,000

SILVER SALAD SET. Georg Jensen, Denmark. Acorn pattern, includes a 9.5” fork and a 9.5” spoon. Total weight approximately 7.25 ozt. $700-$900

SIX-PIECE SILVER REPOUSSE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE. S. Kirk and Son, Baltimore, Maryland, 1861-1868. Includes a 6.5”h. teapot and two 8.5” coffee or chocolate pots, a 5”h. cream pitcher, a 4.5”h. open sugar bowl, and a 5.5”d. waste bowl. Total weight approximately 87 ozt. $2,000-$4,000

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SET OF SILVER CASTERS AND SALT CELLARS. Continental, 2nd half-19th century. Includes a pair of 6.25”h. casters, a pair of 3.25”h. salt cellars, and 2.75”l. salt spoons, all with swan decoration, the casters and salts with fluted bodies, and the salts with paw feet. Total weight approximately 19.5 ozt. $1,500-$2,000

PAIR OF SILVER SERVING SPOONS. Georg Jensen, Denmark, 2nd half20th century. Acorn pattern. 8”l., total weight approximately 4.5 ozt. $400-$600

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228 SET OF FOUR SILVER REPOUSSE CANDLESTICKS. S. Kirk and Son, Baltimore, Maryland, 1896-1924. Round bases, columnar stems, and elaborate floral repousse decoration. 10.25”h., approximately 40.5 ozt. $1,000-$2,000

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LARGE GROUP OF SILVER SPOONS. Mostly American, 19th century. Various makers including Edward and David Kinsey of Cincinnati, Elisha P. Pratt of Chillicothe, and T.B. Leavenworth of Detroit. Various sizes, total weight approximately 29 ozt. $300-$600


230 A DAY AT THE BEACH BY DOROTHEA SHARP (ENGLISH, 1874-1955). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Depicts four young girls at the beach. 11.5”h. 15.5”w., in a carved gilt frame, 17”h. 21”w. $6,000-$8,000

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231 GENTLEMAN’S CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERYL DOME RING. Second half-20th century. Platinum ring set with round cat’s-eye chrysoberyl. Bright light celery green (16.5mm dia. 5.5mm d.). Ring size 8.25. 15.0g. $4,000-$5,000

232 CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERL AND DIAMOND RING. Art Deco setting with round chrysoberl in a baguette diamond and platinum surround. The shoulders feature a kite-shape diamond with baguette in flush cannels. Deep olive, rich color (9.5mm dia. 7.5mm d.). Marked 5090. Ring size 5.75 with ring guard. 7.1g. $3,000-$5,000

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GENTLEMAN’S STAR SAPPHIRE RING. Second half-20th century. Cast platinum with bezel set star sapphire, flanked by flush set trapezoid diamonds. Light blue stone (11.7mm x 10.0mm , 9.3mm d.). Marked Yard. Ring size 9.75. 12.0g. $800-$1,200

TSAVORITE GARNET PENDANT. Twentieth century. Pear shaped Tsavorite garnet in white gold prong setting, hinged bail has three single cut diamonds. 10.5mm x 8.7mm. 5-5mm d. 16” twisted rope chain. Marked 14K. 4.0g. $1,500-$2,000

GENTLEMAN’S CAT’S-EYE CHRYSOBERYL DOME RING. Second half-20th century. Heavy cast platinum ring set with oval cat’s-eye chrysoberyl (10mm x 11.2 mm, 9.2 mm d.). Light goldgreen with sharp eye. Ring size 8.75. 28.0g. $1,500-$2,500

236 CARTIER LADIES’ WATCH WITH JEWELRY BOX. Square case tank style with gold panther link bracelet. In signature red leather Cartier presentational/dresser box. 7.5” length. Marked 18K, 10702, MG273031. 68.8g. $3,500-$4,000

237 BAUME & MERCIER RIVERA WATCH. Twentieth century. Woman’s watch in stainless and 18K yellow gold case. White dial with black Roman numeral markers. 7.5” length. Marked 2077567. 43 g. Original box and papers. $1,500-$2,500

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238 GOLD AND DIAMOND EBEL WATCH. Impressive diamond encrusted dial with substantial diamond lined case. Basket weave band with fold over clamp. Mechanical movement. Case with twenty-eight round brilliant diamonds, 6.08 ct. total. Dial has one hundred sixty-five single cut diamonds and four emeralds. Marked 18K. 8� long overall. 99g. $8,000-$10,000

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THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Two of actors, in frames, 22”h. 18”w., and one double sheet of samurai with text. Framed between glass, 16”h. 18.5”w. $200-$300

ARMCHAIR. China, 1st half-20th century, elm. Open work back and arms with pomegranate carved crest and inset stone back and seat. Splits. 21” seat, 36”h. overall. $100-$300

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DECORATIVE CARVED URN. Asian, 20th century, white and green stone, possibly jade. Urn shaped with attached lid and carved dragon decoration. 6”h. $100-$300

243 CARVED IVORY DEITY. Asian, 1st half-20th century. Impressive figure of a nine faced, twenty-two armed Hindu deity holding various attributes. Topped by a praying Buddha. Flanked by two attendants, all on an ivory paneled base over wooden frame. Minor edge loss. 32”h. 17”w. not including additional wooden base. $2,000-$4,000

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245 CARVED IVORY FIGURE. China, 1st half-20th century. Robed figure with child and dragon staff. 20”h. $800-$1,600

246 BRONZE FIGURE. 18th - 19th century. Gilt figure of Vajrabhairava. 8.75”h. $600-$800

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247 SCHOLAR’S DESK. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Layers of lacquer and paint. Used for painting scrolls. 31”h. 71”w. 29”d. $300-$500

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INLAID INRO. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century, wood. Parquetry and shibayama with birds in a tree. With manju netsuke. 3.25”h. $1,200-$1,600

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249 INRO. Japan, 1st half-20th century, ivory. Three compartments. Engraved figure with rams in a landscape and calligraphy. 3”h. $600-$800

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251 CARVING OF TWO DUCKS. China, 18th century, white nephrite jade. Two ducks, with lotus and detailed carving. 2.25�h. $6,000-$8,000

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252 PORTRAIT OF WOMAN (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY ). Oil on canvas, illegibly signed lower left. Curly blonde young woman dressed in the 18th-century manner. In older gilt frame, 11”h. 10”w. $125-$200

253 PORTRAIT OF MAN (AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 1820S). Oil on board, unsigned. Blue-eyed gentleman with white shirt front and high black stock at his neck. A glimpse of the outdoors and trailing vine in background. In gilt frame, 11.5”h. 10”w. $125-$250

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255 QUIMPER JARDINIERE. France, 2nd half-19th century. Dancers in Breton costume with flowers. Malicorne, signed “PBX”. Glaze flakes. 6”h. 10”w. $300-$400

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DELFT PITCHER. Netherlands, 18th century. Blue and white floral design. Marked “AK”. Expected glaze flakes. 10.5”h. $250-$500

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TWO QUIMPER TRAYS. France, late 19th-early 20th century. Both with couples. Handled tray “HR Quimper”, 8” x 10.5” and octagonal “HB”, 10” x 13.5”. $400-$800

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QUIMPER FLASK-VASE. France, last quarter-19th century. “HB” with two couples and applied lugs. 10”h. $200-$300

LANDSCAPE BY GUSTAVE DORE (FRANCE, 1832-1883). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Village nestled in a mountain pass. Minor flaking. 46”h. 34”w., in a gilt frame, 52”h. 40”w. $400-$800

259 THREE PORTRAITS (MIDDLE EAST, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on heavy stock, initialed, and Persian numbers. Two portraits of men in native dress, 19”h. 14”w., 17”h. 13”w., and a man on camel, 13.5”h. 11”w. Overall toning. In oak frames. $400-$800

261 SEVEN ASIAN-STYLE PLATES AND VASE. England, late 19th-20th century. Imari-style plates including Royal Worcester and Crown Derby. Some hairlines. 5.5” to 8”d. And a small Japanese vase with foo dog finial, 8”h. $150-$300


262 BON VOYAGE BY JACK LORIMER GRAY (AMERICAN, 1927-1981). Oil on board, signed lower right. Depicts a steamliner departing port. 11.25”h. 17.25”w., in a dark wood frame, 16.5”h. 22.25”w. $7,000-$9,000

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PLATE. China, porcelain. Blue and white dragons. Blue six character mark “Da Qing Xian Feng Nian Zhi” on base. 11”d. $200-$300

PAIR OF JARS. China, 20th century. White glaze with grey dragons around circumference. 25.5”h. $100-$300

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DRAGON STATUE. China, 19th century, porcelain. Dragon on a wooden stand. Restoration. 9.25”h. 14.25”l. $400-$600

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century. Yellowish nephrite jade. 2.75”h. $1,200-$1,800

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century, turquoise. Well carved with boy and dragon. Wood stand. 2.75”h. $1,200-$1,800

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INRO. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Six compartments with lacquered design of shi shi and young. 4”h $1,200-$1,500

TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 19th century, lapis lazuli. 2”, 2.75”h. $1,000-$1,500

IVORY NETSUKE. Japan, early 20th century. Three figures on an umbrella. Signed. 3”h. $450-$650

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SIX VASES AND STATUES. China, 20th century. Pair of three-color gourd shaped vases, 9”h., octagonal vase with garden scene, 6.5”h., and a celadon glazed jardiniere with molded foliate design, 13”h. Together with a pair of blue glazed foo dogs, 8”h. $200-$300

CABINET. China, late 19th-early 20th century, elm. Red lacquer with two doors and interior shelves. Carved and gilt foliate panels. Separation in top. 30”h. 30.5”w. 20”d. $200-$300

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PAIR OF JARS. China, 20th century. Small Famille Verte covered jars. Each decorated with a Buddha pattern and figures of ladies. Blue seal reads “Da Qing Qian Long Nian Zhi” on each base. 9.5”h. $600-$800

TALL CHEST. China, 20th century, elm. Eight dovetailed drawers with brass tab pulls. Refinished with late blue paint. 71”h. 25.5”w. 15”d. $300-$600

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THREE SILVER SERVING PIECES. Tiffany and Company, New York, 2nd quarter20th century. Exposition pattern. Includes a 12” pie server, 10” spoon, and a 9.5” fork. Total weight approximately 14 ozt. $1,250-$1,500

GOOD GROUP OF GEORGE III SILVER FLATWARE. All marked for London. Includes three tablespoons (1778, 1781, and 1788) by Hester Bateman, 8-8.5”l.; a teaspoon (1779) by William Bateman, 5”l.; two tablespoons (1804) and a sugar sifter (1803) by Peter, Anne, and William Bateman, 5.5-8.5”l.; and a tablespoon (1805), a pair of tongs (1813), and a marrow scoop (1806) by Peter and William Bateman, 5.75-9”l. Total weight approximately 15 ozt. $250-$500

SILVER TRAY. Reims, France, late 19th century, 800 silver. Of circular form, the rim having repousse decoration in the form of fruits, vegetables and nuts, 10.5”d., approximately 14.5 ozt. $500-$700

279 FOUR SILVER SERVING PIECES. David-Andersen, Norway, 1st half-20th century. Includes a 8.75” spoon, 6.5” tomato server, 6.5” sauce ladle, and a pair of 5” spoons, all with openwork foliate handles. Total weight approximately 11 ozt. $400-$600

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281 PAIR OF CLASSICAL SILVER SALT CELLARS. American, 1st half-20th century. Octagonal, reticulated cellars with ball feet and cobalt glass liners, 3”l. Together with Gorham silver salt spoons, 2.75”l. Total weight (excluding liners), approximately 2.5 ozt. $100-$200

283 FIGURAL SILVER ALMOND DISH AND SPOON. Marked for Gorham, Providence, Rhode Island, late late 19th-early 20th century, sterling silver. Narragansett pattern, the bowl in the form of a naturalistic oyster shell raised on a naturalistic mollusk shell foot, together with an almond spoon having an oyster shell shaped bowl with applied crab to handle, dish: 1.5”h. 4.75”l., spoon is 5”l., total weight approximately 4.9 ozt. See Hood et al, “Masterpieces of Naturalism: Gorham’s Narragansett Flatware” in The Magazine Antiques, September 2002, pp. 92-101. $400-$600


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284 FALL LANDSCAPE BY MAURICE BRAUN (AMERICAN, 1877-1941). Oil on board, signed lower right. Depicts a landscape with fall color foliage. 9.5”h. 7.5”w., in a gilt frame, 13.5”h. 11.5”w. $2,500-$4,500

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IVORY CARVING. China, 19th century. Figure of Guanyin. 12.25”h. $800-$1,200

CARVED IVORY FIGURE. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Peddler of drums. Signed. 5.5”h. $200-$400

TEAPOT AND VASE. China, Republic period, porcelain. Famille Rose. A seal on the teapot base reads “Yong Zhen Nian Zhi”. 5”h. A seal on the vase bottom reads “Da Gong Shuan Guan”. 5.75”h. $400-$500

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SOAPSTONE CARVING. China, late19th/20th century. Yellow soapstone landscape carving. 4”h. $200-$300

CINNABAR LACQUER BOX China, late 19th century. Round covered box with detailed landscape design. 2.75”h. 7”d. $850-$1,050

SIDE CABINET. Mongolia, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Original polychrome paint with landscapes painted on the doors and drawers. Some restoration. 39”h. 92”w. 17”d. $400-$700

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291 CARVED CENSER. China, 18th-19th century, nephrite jade. Carved body and lid with three mask legs. 3.25�h. $25,000-$30,000

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SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century, turquoise. Well carved with bird and fish. 2.5”h. $600-$800

PAIR OF DEER VASES. China, 19th century, porcelain. Landscapes with twelve deer. 16.75”h. $600-$800

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century, agate. Well carved. 2.25”h. $600-$800

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295 THREE PIECES. China, 19th-20th century. Seal in a wood box, 2.5”h., crystal Buddha hand, 2.75”h., and a finely carved gourd. $800-$1,200

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296 VASE. Japan, 20th century. Gourd vase artist signed GiYoKu Shu on base. With wooden base. 12.75”h. $120-$280

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CLOISONNE BIRD ON BASE. China, mid 20th century. Black bird with blue accents. Removable wings. 9.5”h. $200-$300


298 TWO CARVINGS. China, 18th-19th century, nephrite jade. Goose, and a monkey on horseback with natural skin inclusion, 1.75�l. $1,800-$2,800

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A DAY IN THE MARKET ATTRIBUTED TO LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY (AMERICAN, 1848-1933). Oil on board, unsigned. Depicts a merchant resting. 11.25”h. 8.25”w., in a gilt frame, 16.25”h. 13”w. $1,500-$2,500

BRONZE FIGURAL INKWELL. American or European, late 19th-early 20th century. In the form of a bull’s head. 4.75”h. $150-$300

BRONZE RHINOCEROS BY ROBERT GLEN (AMERICAN, B. 1940). Signed in the casting, dated 1970, and numbered 4/6. Nicely detailed, resting on a green marble base. 18”l. $800-$1,200

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302 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE WING CHAIR. American, 20th century. Ball and claw feet, worn gold upholstery. 17.5”h. seat, 45”h. overall. $100-$200

303 GATE-LEG TABLE. Probably American, early 20th century, mahogany. Rounded leaves, single drawer in apron, reeded legs. 30”h. 36” x 13” (closed) 36” x 48” (open). $125-$250

304 SEASCAPE WITH THREE NUDES BY FERRUCCIO SCATTOLA (ITALIAN, 1873-1950). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Three nude boys enjoying the ocean. 15.25”h. 19.25”w., in a gilt frame, 20.5”h. 24.75”w. $1,000-$2,000

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305 HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE INLAID DINING TABLE. Hickory White, North Carolina, late 20th century, mahogany with lightwood banding and darkwood string inlay. Rectangular with rounded ends, reeded edges, supported by two tri-foot pedestals, reeded and carved, ending in brass feet. Two 12” leaves and two 20’” leaves. 29.5”h. 76”l. 46”w. $1,800-$3,600

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306 BEACHSCAPE AT DUSK BY IVAN FEDOROVICH CHOULTSE (RUSSIAN, 1874/7-CA. 1932). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. 20.5”h. 30.25”w., in a frame 29.5”h. 39.5”w. $15,000-$20,000

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SEASCAPE WITH SHIPS, POSSIBLY BY CHARLES KEITH MILLER (SCOTTISH, 1836-1907). Oil on canvas, initialed “CM” lower left. Two sailing vessels on rough seas. 8”h. 10”w., in a later frame, 14”h. 16”w. $250-$500

GUNNISON BARN BY HENRY FUSCO (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Barn in a rural landscape. 15.75”h. 22”w., in a frame, 29.5”h. 35.25”w. $200-$400

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LOUIS XVI-STYLE COMPOTE. France, 20th century, porcelain. Hand painted romantic and floral scenes with gilt accents and brass mounts. 10.5”h. $150-$300

INDIAN ENCAMPMENT IN THE MANNER OF RALPH ALBERT BLAKELOCK (AMERICAN, 1847 - 1919), Oil on board, bearing signature lower left. American Indian encampment along the banks of a river at twilight. 11”h. 15.25”w. Framed, 21.25”h. 26”w. $500-$1,000

309 CARVING OF A MUSE. European, early 20th century, oak. Classical woman with laurel wreath and pipes. 18.5”h. $100-$300

310 STILLWATERS CAVE - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIFORNIA BY GENEL ELMORE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on board, signed lower right. Three sailboats in the Pacific Ocean. 15.25”h. 19.25”w., in a frame, 17.5”h. 21.5”w. $200-$400

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313 HUNT SCENE (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 18TH-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Stag fighting hunting dogs. Imperfections. Unframed, 40”h. 50”w. $400-$800

314 SYCAMORE TREES, MONTEZUMA’S CASTLE, AZ BY LESLIE COPE (OHIO, 1913-2002). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1979 lower right. Trees near a river. 24”h. 30”w., in a frame, 32”h. 38”w. $500-$800 312

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315 NATURE MORET AUX LIVERS ANCIENS BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/ AMERICAN, 1933-2007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “1987” lower right. Still life depicting books, apples, and a vase. 30”h. 70”w., in a gilt frame, 38”h. 79”w. $3,000-$5,000

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316 FINE IVORY CHESS SET. China, 1st half-20th century. Monumental size with carved ivory figures in natural and dark stained colors. Emperor and empress, the pawns are the Eight Immortals. All are signed. In an inlaid dovetailed wooden folding box/board. 45� x 45�. $3,000-$5,000

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318 ALTAR TABLE. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Recessed legs with shaped apron. 30”h. 67”w. 17.75”h. $300-$400

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319 SEVEN NETSUKES AND TOGGLES. Japan, 1st half-20th century, bone. Shell and animal shaped netsukes and hollow toggles, 2”l. A robed figure netsuke appears to be bone, 4”h. $150-$200

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PAIR OF VASES. China, porcelain. Tall coral red glazed vases with figural decoration. Dao Guang mark on base. 16”h. $1,500-$2,500

TABLE SCREEN. China, 20th century. Wooden fan shaped table screen with carved stone crest of two children and calligraphy. Minor loss. 21”h. $1,000-$1,200

VASE. China, late Qing dynasty. A Famille Verte porcelain vase with landscape and figures, 11”h. $1,000-$2,000

CARVED IVORY FIGURE. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Geisha with umbrella and painted details. Signed. Paint may be later addition. 7.5”h. $250-$500

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325 FOUR CARVED TOGGLES. China, nephrite jade. Rare. White tiger, dog and a fish, 1.5” to 2.5”l. Together with a Ming scholar’s brush rest in the form of a phoenix pendant, 4.25”l. $2,800-$3,800

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327 TWO CABINETS AND A STAND. China, late 19th-early 20th century. Elm two-drawer stand. Refinished, 21”h. 18” x 18”. And a pair of black lacquered cabinets with single doors. 28”h. 16.5”w. 15”d. $250-$450 326

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328 FOUR ITEMS. Asian, 20th century. Two hexagonal, carved wooden brush pots, 6.5”h., and a carved wooden ink tablet, 4.5” x 7”. Together with a carved horn vessel, 7.5”h. $300-$500

329 SEVEN IVORY CARVINGS. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figure of monkey and frogs, 3.25”h., and six netsukes, mostly animals. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $100-$350 327

330 SIX IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Animals and two figural groups. Some tea stained. 1” to 1.75”h. $100-$200

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PAIR OF CARVED IVORY FIGURES. China, 1st half-20th century. Emperor and empress on dragon and phoenix thrones. Signed. 6.5”h. $600-$800

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PORTRAIT PLAQUE. Germany, late 19th-early 20th century, porcelain. Oval plaque impressed “KPM”. Hand painted portrait of woman with gold jewelry, signed “H. Stadler”. Unframed, 10.5”h. 8.5”w. $1,500-$3,000

STAFFORDSHIRE SPILL VASE. England, mid 19th century. Hunter and dog with coleslaw and gilt. 13”h. $100-$200

337 FOUR ITEMS INCLUDING MIRROR AND TRAY. European, 19th century. Inlaid box with mahogany veneer, 3”h. 6.75”w., mahogany dovetailed tray with scroll ends, 3.5”h. 21”l., and a courting mirror, 14.5”h. 10”w. Together with a labeled papier mache bucket, 10”h. Imperfections. $100-$300

334 PAIR OF SEVRES URNS. France, late 19th century. Cobalt ground with two hand painted reserves of landscapes and couples signed “H. Poitevin”. Applied handles. The lids have overglaze blue Sevres marks with “D”. Some wear and lids are damaged. 28”h. not including lids. $1,000-$2,000

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338 TABLETOP DESK. England, mid 19th century, mahogany. Brass trim, slanted and leather-covered writing surface, fitted interior. Repair and a later base. 20”h. 21”w. 10”d. overall. $100-$150

339 THREE PROFILE PORTRAITS (EUROPEAN, 19TH CENTURY). Includes a wax portrait of English architect and designer Robert Adam, illegibly signed, in a shadow box frame, 5.5”h. 4.75”w., a porcelain or parian portrait of a woman in classical garb, in a gilt frame, 6”h. 5.5”w., and a miniature portrait of a gentleman, in a round and gilt frame, 4.5”d. $250-$500

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ROCOCO REVIVAL CUPBOARD. European, 2nd half-19th century, oak. Twopiece with rope carved columns on both sections. Base has double doors with carved hanging game and two drawers, top has double doors with old wavy glass, a carved frieze with bobcat head and a scrolled cornice with fox head. Old worn finish. Imperfections and finials are missing. 103.5”h. 53.5”w. 24”d. $800-$1,600

TWO REVERSE-ON-GLASS PICTURES (EUROPEAN, 19TH CENTURY). Reverse mezzotint on glass titled Peace and Plenty Restoring Commerce, After the Destruction of War, in a gilt frame, 17”h. 13”w. And a reverse painting on glass of horses and a rider, in an oval frame, 8”h. 11.75”w. $200-$400

341 TWO PRINTS AFTER CLAUDE LORRAIN (FRENCH, 1600-1682). Etching and mezzotints in sepia on paper. Engraved by John Earlom, published by John Boydell, 1774. Classical landscapes with figure, numbers 143 and 195. Identically matted and framed, 15.5”h. 17.5”w. $100-$200


342 SAVE THE FLAG BY PAUL LOUIS NARCISSE GROLLERON (FRANCE, 1848-1901). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. A monumental Franco-Prussian War scene in which a French soldier takes the flag from the hands of the dead flag bearer. Imperfections. Approximately 8’h. 10’w. Grolleron was known for his realistic military paintings. Though currently lacking a stretcher and with damage, this grand view rates among his best works. $1,000-$2,000

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GOOD GROUP OF ART NOUVEAU SILVER OVERLAY. American, early 20th century. Includes a dark blue Lenox three-piece coffee service with a 7.5”h. coffee pot, 4”h. cream pitcher, and a 3.5”h. covered sugar bow. Together with a similar dark blue vase, unmarked, 6”h., and two colorless glass heat pads/trays, 7”d. and 12”d. All monogrammed. $500-$1,000

EGYPTIAN REVIVAL SILVER PLATE TEA AND COFFEE POT. Marked for Meriden Britannia Company (Meriden, Connecticut, late 19th century). Hinged lid with a phoenix form finial and engraved floral decoration. Cast masks above the tapering body engraved with wheat shards and an “H”. Cast insulated handle with geometric decorations and mask thumb plate. Cast base decorated with acanthus leaves and caryatid form legs. Teapot, 10.25”h., coffee pot, 9.25”h. $200-$400

TWO STERLING SILVER TABLE ARTICLES. Marked for J. E. Caldwell & Co., (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, late 19th-early 20th century). Lidded cylindrical jar, having allover repousse floral and foliate decoration, 3.75”h. 3”d., and a circular dish, the rim decorated with four-leaf clovers and raspberries engraved “EMV”. 6.5”d. Approximate total weight 12.9 ozt. $400-$600

344 SILVER OVERLAY COMPOTE. Lenox, New Jersey, 20th century, porcelain. Oblong compote with flared and scalloped rim and elaborate silver overlay including flowers and ribbons. 12”l. $100-$200

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GOOD GROUP OF FIDDLE THREAD SILVER SPOONS AND LADLES. Various makers, mostly Mid-Atlantic states, mid 19th century. Includes two ladles, 10”l. and 6.5”l., and ten tablespoons, all about 8.5”l. Total weight approx. 24.4 ozt. $300-$600


350 THIRTY SIX PIECE IRONSTONE SERVICE. England, mid 19th century. Asian transfer design of rose peony and cricket with some hand decoration. Four platters, 7.5” x 10” to 11” x 14.5”, three covered vegetables with boar head handles including a pair with undertrays, 5.5”h. 8”l. and one with mismatched lid, 8”h. 12”l., two small trays, bowl (repair), six soups, 9.5”d. and two sets of six plates, 9.5” and 8.5”d. Together with eight small plates, 6”d. A few hairlines. $250-$500

351 EDWARDIAN SILVER AND SILVER GILT TRAVELLING COMMUNION SET. Marked for London, 1934, and Omar Ramsden. Cylindrical form with a hammered base and a grape repousse lid. The lid removes revealing a small gilt dish over a gilt-lidded, blown glass cup. 5”h., approximately 12.5 ozt. $2,000-$3,000

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IVORY NETSUKE. Japan, early 20th century. Figure with a hatchet. 2.25”h. $700-$900

354 EIGHT NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Seven are ivory, one of a dog is boxwood. Figures include a Buddha, workman and a figure with a revolving face. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $150-$300

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NETSUKE. Japan, early 20th century, wood and ivory. Detailed carving of woman with monkey and peach. 1.75”h. $1,000-$1,500

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356 DESK. China, late 19th century, elm. Mortised construction. Three dovetailed drawers, shaped legs. 31.5”h. 42”w. 25.5”d. $150-$350

357 PAIR OF PORCELAIN LIONS. China, late Qing dynasty. Famille Verte Buddhist lions. Six character mark “Hui Den Rong Guan Cong Zhi” on each base. 13.75”h. $600-$800

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358 CARVED BUCKLE. China, 18th-19th century. Fine two color nephrite jade carved buckle. 2.75�l. $4,000-$6,000

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359 THREE SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 19th century, porcelain. The dragon bottle has a mark “Qian Long Nian Zhi” on the base. 2.75” to 3.25”h. $1,500-$2,500

360 INRO. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Three compartments with lacquered decoration of horses in a landscape. 2.75”h. $1,000-$1,500

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361 IVORY NETSUKE. Japan, early 20th century. Reclining rat. 1”h. $800-$1,000 front - 361 - base front - 359- back

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SIX IVORY CARVINGS. Asian, late 19th century. Six carved ivory figures including Immortals. Inked polychrome designs. The tallest is 5.25”h. $1,200-$1,800

TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 19th century. One is ivory and other is Peking glass. 2.25”, 3”h. $600-$800

364 TWO LANTERNS AND THREE WOODEN ITEMS. China, 20th century. Two red paper and chicken wire lanterns, 25”h., wood carrier, 22”h., and a stave tub with late blue paint, 11”h. 17”d. Together with a stave container with late red paint, 12”h. $100-$200

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365 CARVED BIRD. China, early 19th century. Well carved bird in rare yellow jade with brown skin. 4.25�l. plus fitted zitan stand. Ex Irvine Goodman (California). $4,800-$5,800

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QUIMPER DOUBLE CRUET. France, last quarter-19th century. Oil and vinegar with men and women marked “HB”. 6.75”h. $300-$500

QUIMPER PLATTER. France, last quarter-19th century. Oval with man and woman, “HB”. 11.5” x 14.5”. $200-$400

QUIMPER WALL POCKET AND TWO SNUFFS. France, 2nd half-19th century. Malicorne wall pocket, 6”h., and book snuff, 3”h. Together with an armorial bottle snuff, 3”h. $200-$400

QUIMPER PLATE. France, late 19th century. Woman spinning yarn. Porquier Beau signed “Penhars”. 9.25”d. $150-$350

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TWO QUIMPER PLATES. France, 2nd half-19th century. “HR Quimper” with woman, 9.5”d., and “Maries de Tregune” with Breton couple and armorial shield. Repair. 8.25”d. $200-$400

THREE QUIMPER SNUFFS. France, 2nd half-19th century. Book, “HB Quimper”, 2.75”h., flask, 3”h., and a malicorne heart, 2.75”h. $200-$300

TWO PAIR OF QUIMPER PLATES. France, late 19th century. Malicorne with men and women, 8.5”, 9.75”d. $300-$600

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BREEZES UP BY JAMES ECCLES (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Depicting a sailboat with sun over the horizon. 4”h. 4.75”w., in a frame, 12”h. 15”w. $150-$250

ABSTRACT BY CAROL DICK (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Tones of orange, red, white and black. 45.75”h. 39.5”w., in a frame, 47.25”h. 41.25”w. $200-$400

PORTRAIT BY JEAN MAURICE EUGENE COCTEAU (FRANCE/BELGIUM, 1889-1963). Color lithograph, signed in the plate. Classical profile. 16”h. 12.5”w., in a frame, 17.75”h. 14.5”w. $75-$150

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376 WINTER IN SEDNEV BY TATIANA YABLONSKAYA (RUSSIAN FEDERATION, 1917-2006). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “97” lower right. Landscape depicting the city of Sednev in winter. 19.25”h. 17”w., in a frame, 24.75”h. 22.75”w. $3,000-$5,000

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TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. China, early 20th century, agate. 2.5”, 2.75”h. $600-$800

IVORY NETSUKE. Japan, early 20th century. Figure and frog, 2.5”h. $300-$600

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CARVED IVORY FIGURE. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Peddler with painted details. Signed. Paint may be later addition. 6.5”h. $300-$500

EIGHT IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figures include samurai, workmen, animals and a figure with revolving face. Signed. 1.25” to 2”h. $100-$250

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381 CARVED CORAL STATUE. Asian, 20th century. Birds and rose peonies. 9.75”h. not including base. $400-$800

382 FOUR PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUES. China, 20th century. Each with hand painted birds and flowers. In frames, 31”h. 10.25”w. $75-$150

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383 TWO PENDANTS. China, 19th century, agate. Flowers and an animal. 2�l. $4,800-$5,800

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384 FIVE PIECES OF EXPORT-STYLE PORCELAIN. China, 20th century. Pair of handleless cups and a saucer, small blue and white vase, 5.75”h., and a bulbous vase with flowers, 11.5”h. The last vase has red marks, the rest have blue marks on the underside. $150-$350

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385 TWO EXPORT-STYLE BOWLS. China, 20th century. Yellow ground with green dragons, 3.5”h. 7.25”d., and celadon glaze with band of bats and text, 5.5”h. 6.25”d. Blue marks on undersides. $350-$700

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EIGHT NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Ivory with some tea staining. People, animals and a dragon. Signed. 1.5” to 2”h. $100-$300

SIX IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Men and creatures. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $100-$200

CARVED IVORY FIGURE OF A WOMAN. China, 1st half-20th century. Guanyin with lotus blossoms. Minor edge loss. 14”h. including wooden base. $300-$600

TWO PLAQUES. Asian, 20th century. Soapstone plaques with images of flower urns in applied semiprecious stones including coral and tiger eye. 18”h. 12”w. $350-$650

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390 FINE CARVED CENSER. China, 19th century, jadeite. Fine and rare carved censer. 5.5�l. $22,000-$28,000

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391 PORTRAIT OF A BOY IN GREEN (ENGLISH, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Depicting a young boy in a green velvet coat seated with a King Charles spaniel. 29.75”h. 24.5”w., in a gilt frame, 33.5”h. 28.75”w. $600-$800

392 FANCIFUL SILVER CHEESE SCOOP. Marked for Whiting, Retailed by Bigelow Kennard & Co., American, late 19th century. Having an oval ball terminal over the beaded knop and paneled stem, the shoulder mounted with a figure of a mouse facing the curved blade, 8.5”l., approximately 3 ozt. $200-$400

393 THREE QUIMPER SNUFFS. France, 2nd half-19th century. Book, flask with rooster, and a heart. 3”h. $100-$300

394 QUIMPER JARDINIERE. France, late 19th century. Man and woman in costume together with delicate flowers. Divided interior. Signed “HR”. 6”h. 11”w. $250-$500

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QUIMPER JARDINIERE. France, late 19th century. Malicorne fishermen and flower. By Emile Dessier. Glaze flakes. 5.5”h. 10”w. $300-$600

TWO SINKS. France, late 20th century, porcelain. Marked “Maurice Herbeau, Lille, Fait Main”. Two 18”w. sinks with blue decoration and four sconces, three matching and a single, all with frosted shades. $100-$300

396 QUIMPER BOWL. France, 3rd quarter-19th century. Seated man. 5”h. 13”d. $200-$300

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400 THREE SINKS. France, late 20th century, porcelain. Marked “Maurice Herbeau, Lille, Fait Main”. Three 18”w. sinks with red decoration and a matching sconce. $100-$300

PARISIAN SCENE BY LOUIS KRONBERG (NEW YORK/FRANCE, 18721965). Oil on canvas, initialed lower right. Seine river with the Eiffel tower. 18”h. 21.5”w., in a gilt frame, 24.75”h. 28.5”w. $500-$1,000

398 LET THERE BE LIGHT BY BEVLYN SIMSON (OHIO, B. 1917). Spray paint on canvas, signed and titled on the back . One panel of a two part diptych. 48” x 48”. $100-$250 397

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BATHROOM FIXTURES. France, late 20th century, porcelain. Marked “Maurice Herbeau, Lille, Fait Main”. Polychrome decoration. Lavebo, mirror 16” x 13”, two sinks, one 16”d. and one with back splash, 11”w. Together with a bowl, soap holder and towel ring. $150-$350

ABSTRACT IN BLUE SILVER AND BLACK BY JERRY BALANCE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Mixed media, signed and dated “72” on reverse. Various abstract shapes on a black ground. 23.75”h. 29.5”w., in a silver gallery-style frame, 24.25”h. 30.25”w. $100-$200

TWO DUCKS BY MANILO SARRA (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Two ducks swimming. 3.25”h. 5.25”w., in a frame, 6.25”h. 8.25”w. $100-$200

402 ORIGINAL DOLLY DINGLE PAPER DOLL ARTWORK BY GRACE DRAYTON (1877-1936). Watercolor and ink on Whatman’s Board, signed at center. “Dolly Dingle’s Little Friends, Gwennie and Denny Sweetie,” published in the January/February 1920 issue of Pictorial Review Magazine, the page from which is also included. On verso is a production label from the magazine. Unframed, 30”h. 22”w. Most well-known for her creation of the Campbell Soup Kids, Grace Gebbie Weiderseim Drayton produced Dolly Dingle paper dolls for the Pictorial Review from 1916-1922. $1,000-$2,000

403 ORIGINAL COVER ART BY GRACE DRAYTON (1877-1936). Watercolor on heavy paper, signed lower right. The cover art for Dolly Dingle’s Story of the Mikado, published in 1921, along with the original card filed at the copyright office. Unframed, 20”h. 14.5”w. $800-$1,200

403B RED COVERED BRIDGE BY BRIAN TRUELOVE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Red covered bridge in the snow. 6.25”h. 7.75”w., in a frame, 11”h. 12”w. $100-$200

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PAIR OF PASTORAL LANDSCAPES BY JOSEPH THORS (C. 1825-1900). Oils on canvas, signed. Both river views with figures and buildings. 7.25”h. 10”w., in matching modern frames, 13.75”h. 16.5”w. $500-$1,000

WINTER BY VIKTOR KOROLCHUK (UKRAINIAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Landscape depicting a village in winter. 30.75”h. 37.5”w., unframed. $300-$500

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STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS BY BERNARD LORJOU (FRENCH, 1908-1986). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Hand holding a floral bouquet. 23.5”h. 19.75”w., in a gilt frame, 31.25”h. 27”w. $1,500-$2,500

KARPETHIAN VILLAGE, WINTER BY PETRO SVALYAVCHIK (UKRAINIAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “1996” lower right. Village in the midst of winter. 27”h. 34.75”w., in a frame, 33”h. 40.75”w. $1,000-$2,000

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FISHERMEN WITH BASKET BY DAVID CHENG (CHINESE/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “1961” lower right. Depicts an elderly Chinese gentleman fishing. 19.5”h. 15.5”w., in a wood frame, 24.5”h. 20.75”w. $200-$400

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MORNING SUMMER BY PROFESSOR PETER BASANETS (UKRAINIAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Field of flowers with mountains in the distance. 23”h. 29.5”w., in a wood frame, 30.25”h. 37”w. $1,000-$2,000

410 SKETCH BY CARL LARSSON (SWEDEN, 1853-1919). Sketch in pencil titled “Fisherbridge, Slussen, Stockholm, Sweden”. Unsigned, unframed 7.25”h. 10.75”w. $500-$700

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411 TWO HANDPAINTED FANS. France, early 20th century. Hand painted silk cloth with sequins on wooden ribs. Some damage. 11”l. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio).

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412 YELLOW TREE BY EMERSON BURKHART (COLUMBUS, OHIO, 1905-1969). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. 22.5”h. 15.5”w., in a frame, 28.5”h. 22.5”w. $250-$500

413 BOATS AND PEOPLE BY EMERSON BURKHART (AMERICAN, 1905-1969). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “65” lower left. Depicting two figures in tropical setting with boats. 27”h. 39”w., in a frame, 32.75”h. 45.5”w. $800-$1,200

414 EMERSON C. BURKHART BY EMERSON BURKHART (AMERICAN, 1905-1969). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “69” lower right. Depicting the artist wearing a purple necktie. 21.25”h. 17”w., in a frame, 29.5”h. 25.25”w. $1,000-$2,000 | 107


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SEVEN IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Animals and fish. Some tea stained. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $100-$300

TABLE. China, late 20th century, elm. Low table with chow legs and inset stone top. Distressed lacquer. 17.5”h. 53”w. 32”d. $300-$400

FOUR PIECES OF PORCELAIN. Asian, 20th century. Two bowls, blue and white, 4”h., and figural, 3”h., and a figural five-color vase, 15”h. Together with an orange decorated ginger jar made into a table lamp. 19”h. overall. $100-$350

SEVEN IVORY CARVINGS. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figural snuff bottle, tea stained, 2”h., and netsukes in the forms of men and animals. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $100-$250

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TWO SCHOLAR OBJECTS. China, late 19th-early 20th century, porcelain. Water pots. Round with flowers and blue and white seashell pot. Marked “Da Qing Jia Qiang Nian Zhi” on base. Both 3.5”d. $400-$600

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420 THREE EXPORT-STYLE PIECES. China, late 20th century. Vase with floral reserves (damage), 14”h., and a brush pot with armed figures, 5.5”h. Together with a jardiniere with foo dogs, 6.5”h. 8”d. $100-$300

421 NINE NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Two are boxwood, the rest ivory. Several with good detail. People, animals and a foo dog. Signed. 1.5” to 2”h. $150-$300 108 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

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FIVE IVORY CARVINGS. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figure with lantern and revolving face, 3”h., and four netsukes of monkeys and men. 1” to 2”h. $100-$250

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SIX IVORY CARVINGS. Five netsukes. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Figures and animals. Signed. 1” to 2.5”h. And a European, late 19th-century figure of a man. Edge loss. 2.5”h. $150-$250

FOUR IVORY CARVINGS. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Three are netsukes: large rat, 3”l., bat, 3”l., and a manju, 2”d. Together with a carving of two men in masks, 4”h. $300-$400

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EIGHT NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. One is boxwood, the rest ivory. Several with good detail. People and animals. Signed. 1” to 2”h. $100-$350

NINE IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Several with good detail. People, animals and an actor. Signed. 1.5” to 3”h. $150-$350


429 CARVED STATUE OF GUANYIN. China, 19th century. Rare Tiehuang stone carving of a seated Guanyin. 3.75�h. $2,500-$3,500

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430 CIRCUS LIFE BY GREGORY GORBY (AMERICAN, 1933-2010). Carved and painted wood with metal and fiber, signed and dated 1992. 60”h. After a stint in Army Intelligence during the Korean War, Gorby remained in Europe studying at the Ecole des Belles Artes in Florence, Italy, and the Academie de Beaux Artes in Paris, France. $800-$1,200

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DEPOSITION BY GREGORY GORBY (AMERICAN, 1933-2010). Carved and painted wood, signed on the underside and dated January 15, 1993. 28”h.

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432 FLOWERS BY PETER MAX (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed upper right. Depicting two vibrant polychrome flowers. 11.5”h. 15.5”w., in a white frame, 28.25”w. 32.5”w. $800-$1,200

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FISH ON FRIDAY BY MALCOM BAROWAY (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower center. An abstract depiction of people sitting at a table. 18”h. 23.75”w., in a frame 25.25”h. 31”w. $300-$500

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435 PARISIAN STREET SCENE BY R. SCHIMON (FRENCH, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Depicting a Parisian street while raining. Unframed, 21.25”h. 33.25”w. $75-$150

436 434 HAILING A CAB BY MALCOLM BAROWAY (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Depicting two abstract figures hailing a cab. 16”h. 12”w., in a frame, 22.25”h. 26.25”w. $300-$500 433

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MONHEGAN ISLAND BY GEORGE ADOMEIT (AMERICAN, 1879-1967). Oil on board, estate stamp on back. Natural landscape with three figures. 15.25”h. 19.5”w., in a frame, 20”h. 23.5”w. $700-$1,200


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PURPLE IRISES BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN/AMERICAN, 1933-2007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “88” lower right. Vase of purple irises. 34.5”h. 25”w., in a frame, 41.5”h. 32.5”w. $1,500-$2,500

438 WHITE CARNATIONS BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/ AMERICAN, 19332077). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “88” lower right. Vase of white carnations against a seascape. 23.5”h. 23.5”w., in a frame, 36.5”h. 30.5”w. $1,000-$2,000

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YELLOW FLOWERS BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 19332007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “88” lower right. Vase of various yellow flowers set on a neutral background. 29.5”h. 23.5”w., in a frame 36.5”h. 30.5”w. $1,000-$2,000

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FIVE PIECES OF EXPORT-STYLE PORCELAIN. China, 20th century. Celadon glazed dish with bats, 4.5”d., cup with calligraphy and two bowls, one with orange dragons (repair), 3”h., and one with symbols, 2.75”h. Together with a gourd vase with flower and crickets, 8”h. All have red or blue marks on the underside. $300-$600

FOUR WOODEN HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. China, 20th century. Stool with painted elephant, 9”h., stave tub with late blue paint, 12”h. 18”w., and a carrier with weathered surface, 21”h. Together with a blue painted box, 8.5”h. 17”w. $100-$200

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TWO EXPORT-STYLE VASES. China, 20th century. Baluster with blue glaze and figures in reserves, 8.75”h., and double gourd with fine peach branches on a celadon glaze and an applied band, 10”h. Blue marks on undersides. $400-$700

TWO LARGE EXPORT-STYLE VASES. China, 20th century. Baluster with officials in a garden, 18.5”h., and flared rim with green phoenix, 18.5”h. $150-$300

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446 445 JARDINIERE AND CHARGER. China, late 20th century. Polychrome decoration. Jardiniere with figures, 7”h. 9.5”d., and charger with flowers, 16”d. $150-$300

THREE EXPORT-STYLE VASES. China, 20th century. Cylindrical with an orchard scene, 12”h., and one with handcolored transfers of a phoenix and dragon, 12”h. Together with a baluster vase with garden scene. Hairlines. 10”h. Red marks on the underside. $250-$500


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PAIR OF GARDEN SEATS AND THREE WOODEN ITEMS. China, 20th century. Pottery seats in the form of clouds with green glaze, 17”h., and two wooden carriers, 22”, 23”h. Together with a red painted, dovetailed box with brass hardware. 8.5”h. 18”w. $150-$350

TWO LARGE VASES. China, late 20th century. Gourd with children and a yellow ground, 22”h., and one with butterflies, 16”h. $100-$300

THREE VASES. China, 20th century. Pair with gilt detail over orange glaze, 8.5”h., and one with lightly crackled plum glaze, 9”h. Blue marks on undersides. $250-$450

TWO EXPORT-STYLE VASES. China, 20th century. Gourd shaped with finely painted flowers and applied dragon. Blue mark on underside, 9”h. And Famille Jaune with celadon interior, 10”h. $400-$600

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TEA PARTY BY LI SHIJIAO (CHINA, 1908-1995). Oil on canvas, signed in Chinese Shi Jiao and dated 1967 lower left. 25.5”h. 31.5”w. $800-$1,200

EMBROIDERED SKIRT. China. Embroidered silk lady’s skirt with phoenixes and dragons. 38.5”l. $200-$300

JACKET. Japan, 20th century, silk. Embroidered cranes and butterflies on blue ground.23”h. Ex A.G. Kramer. $250-$450

TWO FAN PAINTINGS. China. Landscapes, each with signed artist’s name. 21”w., mounted on silk and on folding board. $300-$500

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THREE PIECES OF QUIMPER. France, late 19th-early 20th century. Malicorne match safe, 4.75”h., small vase “HB Quimper”, 3.75”h., and a candlestick “HR Quimper”. Repair. 7.5”h. $200-$400

TWO OVAL QUIMPER PLATTERS. France, last quarter-19th century. Man with “HR”, 9” x 12”, and couple with scalloped edge, 11” x 16.5”. $300-$500

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SCROLL BY YU HUI (CHINA, B. 1959). Titled and signed on left with a seal. Ink and color on xuan paper. Waterfall. Mounted on paper with brocade border. 48”h. 26”w.

GROUP OF SILVER ARTICLES. Toulouse, France, 18th century, sterling silver tongs. Late baroque -style,with foliate handle and embossed putti in landscape, 8”l. Together with a silver overlay trivet by George Henckel & Co. (American, 19th century), scrolling floral decoration with monogrammed shield. Two sterling silver reticulated dishes, unmarked, 4.25”d., four napkin rings, likely continental, 19th century, embossed scrolling floral decoration with putti and two napkin rings with geometric decoration and Roman masks. Monogrammed. 1.25”d. approximate total weighable 17.8 ozt. $500-$700

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PIER OR CONSOLE TABLE. Chinese, late 19th century, elm. Carved skirt and “cracked ice” lower shelf, with an old, lacquered surface. 33.5”h. 49”w. 24.5”d. $200-$400

CARVED VESSEL. China, 20th century, green jadeite. In the form of a bronze style wine vessel with animal handle. 5.5”l. $800-$1,200

461 PAIR OF BERGERE CHAIRS. Twentieth century, fruitwood. In the French taste with red striped upholstery. 17”h. seat, 37”h. overall. $250-$500

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GROUP OF SILVER TABLE ARTICLES. Probably Continental, late 18th-early 20th century. Ten napkin rings with floral and foliate decoration, 1.75”d.; a bread plate with repousse birds and flower decoration, 5.25”d.; a circular dish with scroll handles and repousse winged figures, 7”d.; nine silver overlay coasters with scrolling floral decoration, 3”d., and an overlay glass perfume bottle, stopper engraved “1896”, 4.25”h. Together with an overlay glass covered dish engraved “MEC”, 3.25” d.). Total weighable 14.8 ozt. $400-$700

THREE STERLING SILVER RETICULATED BASKETS. Nineteenth century. Malta. Elliptical with embossed foliate rim, rose swags and medallions with putti and romantic scene, 10.75”l. And probably Continental. Elliptical with embossed floral rim over floral swags. Center with putti picking fruit, 7.25”l. Together with one marked for Watrous Manufactory & Co. (American). Elliptical with foliate decoration and center with putti and swans, 4.25”l. Approximate total weight 18.2 ozt. $600-$800

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PORTRAIT OF A NUDE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oil pastel on paper, unsigned. Depicting a female nude in three-quarter pose. 16.75”h. 13.25”w., in a frame, 22.75”h. 18”w. $150-$250

GIRL IN A BLUE COAT BY LOUIS ANTHONY BURNETT (AMERICAN, 1907-1999). Oil on board, signed upper right. Depicts a young girl seated, wearing a blue coat and a red shirt. 15.75”h. 19.75”w., in a frame, 22.75”h. 27.25”w. $200-$400

STILL LIFE OF ROSES BY ALICE SCHILLE (AMERICAN, 1869-1955). Watercolor on paper, signed lower center. Depicts three white roses and one pink rose. 10.5”h. 22.75”w., in a frame, 17.75”h. 30.25”w. $400-$600

TWO PRINTS (EUROPEAN/AMERICAN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Both handcolored. Includes a interior scene with a piano player, signed “M. Goodman ‘93”, unframed, 19”h. 29”w.; together with a street scene at the city gates, signed lower right, matted and framed, 27.5”h. 31.5”w. $150-$300 | 119


468 GROUP OF CARVINGS AND A PURSE. Asian, 1st half-20th century. Three ivory snuffs, one carving of a stork, 2.25”h. and five signed netsukes including a snake and a man with a melon. Together with an embroidered purse with enameled dragon, chaing and netsuke of a group of mice, 3.5”h. 6”w. $200-$400 468

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469 HANGING SCROLL. Attributed to Huang Shanshao (China, 18551919), signed upper right with two seals. Pen and ink with color on silk. Landscape. 49”l. 17.5”w. $1,200-$1,800

470 HANGING SCROLL. After Fu BaoShi (China, 1904- 1965), signed in upper left side with title, date and two seals. Ink and color on paper. Serenade in the Fall. 80”l. 20.25”w. $800-$1,200

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474 CARVED FIGURE. Asian, late 20th century, wood. Gilt image of a robed deity with inset eyes and mirrored accents. 35”h. $100-$200

471 HANGING SCROLL BY CHENG SHIFA (CHINA, 1921-2007). Signed on upper left side with seals. Ink and color on xuan paper. Girls. 72”l. 24.75”w. $600-$800

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TWO LEAVES OF ZHANG DAQIAN (CHINA, 1899-1983). Ink and color on each leaf, signed and with seals. Observing the Waterfall. 68.5”l. 20.5”w. $600-$800

THREE FRAMED PAINTINGS. Asian, 20th century. Pair of seated officials, a man and woman, in robes. Imperfections. In frames, 59”h. 34”w. And a watercolor of birds, 48”h. 15”w. $100-$150

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THREE CARVINGS. China, 20th century, pale green/white jadeite. Teapot with flowers, 3.5”h., small rock carving and a miniature urn, 1.5”h. $250-$450

TRAVELLING SHRINE. Japan, late 18th-early 19th century. Lacquer and gilt case with folding doors opening to a multiarmed deity with polychrome paint seated on a lotus throne on the ocean with clear stones. Wear and some loss. 17”h. $1,500-$2,500

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SCROLL PAINTING BY YU ZHIXUE (CHINA, B. 1935). Snow Ice’s Family, brushed ink with color on rice paper. Signed, titled on upper right, dated in winter of painting. Two seals read “Zhi Xue” and “Shan Wen Tong”. Unframed, approximately 26.75” square. $800-$1,200

HANGING SCROLL BY HUANG BINGHONG (CHINA, 1865-1955). Signed poem at top with artist’s name and seal. Ink and color on paper. Landscape. 76”l. 18.75”w. $1,000-$1,500

SCROLL PAINTING. China, 20th century, ink and color on rice paper. Unframed, Landscape. 53”h. 27”w. $400-$600

HANGING SCROLL BY FU BAOSHI (CHINA, 19041965). Signed on left with date and seals. Ink and color on paper. Image of scholar. 50.5”h. 12.5”w. $600-$800

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SCROLL. China. Attributed to Liu Kuining. Painting on silk with bats. 76.75”h. 17.5”w. $1,500-$2,500

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WOODBLOCK PRINT BY SADEO WATANABE (JAPAN, 1913-1996). Woodblock print on rice paper, signed and dated 1977 lower right. Religious image of men in boat. In a frame, 35”h. 31.5”w. $200-$300

PRINT, SCROLL AND BOOK. Asian, 20th century. Woodblock print of a geisha after Kunisada. Unframed, 14”h. 9.5”w. And a hand painted landscape scroll, 72” x 26”. Together with a book filled with prints of scrolls and text. In a box. 14” x 20”. $100-$300


487 CARVED BOWL. China, 19th century, nephrite jade. Large bowl with excellent carving. 5.25�d. $35,000-$45,000

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488 PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY EVELYN LEVY SHAW (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on board, signed and dated “39” upper left. Depicts a lady in a black hat. 23.5”h. 19.5”w., in a frame, 33”h. 29.25”w. $400-$600

489 STILL LIFE WITH DOVES AND ZINNIAS ATTRIBUTED TO ALICE SCHILLE (AMERICAN, 1869-1955). Watercolor on paper, unsigned. Depicts two doves and a vase of pink and white zinnias. 17.5”h. 19.25”w., in a frame, 25”h. 27”w. $400-$600

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STILL LIFE PRINT BY JACQUES VILLON (FRANCE, 1875-1963). Floral still life, color aquatint on laid paper after Vincent Van Gogh. Signed “Van Gogh” in plate, artist signed in pencil in lower right margin, numbered “12/200” in pencil in lower left corner above embossed mark. Plate 14.75”h. 19.5”w., in a frame ,30.5”h. 35”w. $600-$1,200

WINDMILL OF MONTMARTE BY MAURICE UTRILLO (FRANCE, 1883-1955). Hand colored lithograph, signed in the plate lower right. Five figures and a windmill. 13.5”h. 10.25”w., in a frame, 21”h. 17.75”w. $400-$600

THREE RELIGIOUS PAINTINGS (EUROPEAN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). All are oil on porcelain. Larger portrait of an angel and trumpet, in a gilt, Gothic-style frame, 14”h. 5”w., a smaller portrait of a saint, in a brass frame, 7.5”h. 3.25”w., and a portrait of a mother and child, in a brass frame, 3.5”h. 3”w. $200-$400

492 TROPICAL LANDSCAPE BY WILLIAM POTTER (AMERICAN, 1883-1964). Oil on board, signed lower right. Tropical landscape with Mediterranean-style buildings. 12.25”h. 15.5”w., in a frame, 18.5”h. 21.25”w. $800-$1,200 124 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

494 DOVE OF PEACE BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Lithographic print, signed lower right. Blue dove with wings spread against two profiles. 18.75”h. 15”w., in a frame, 29.5 25.75”w. $200-$400

496 TWO RELIGIOUS WORKS (EUROPEAN, LATE 19THEARLY 20TH CENTURY). Enamel on cobalt blue glass, in a brass frame, 6”h. 2.5”w.,and a portrait of a mother and child on bone, inscribed on verso “Wg. P. Christus Z. Zielinska,” 3.75”h. 2”w. $150-$300


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OCEAN POINT BY GUSTAVE CIMIOTTI JR. (AMERICAN, 1875-1969). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Depicts a rocky coast line with crashing waves. 15.5”h. 19.5”w., in a frame, 21”h. 25.5”w. $1,000-$2,000

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN BY MARCEL STOBBAERTS (BELGIUM, 1899-1979). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Depicting a nude woman seated. 31”h. 27”w., in a frame, 39.25”h. 35.25”w. $2,000-$4,000

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LE SOUFLEUR BY FRANCOIS BERNARD LEPICIE (FRENCH, 1698-1755). Engraving, after a painting by Jean-Baptiste Simeon Chardin. Depicting a men reading. 13.5”h. 10”w., in a frame, 20”h. 17”w. $400-$600

TWO WORKS. American School, 20th century, acrylic on paper, signed “KB” upper right, dated “83” lower center. Abstract polychrome rooster. 23.5”h. 16.25”w., in a black and gilt frame, 33.5h. 26.25”w. Continental School, 20th century, lithographic print, signed indistinctly lower right, numbered “4/30” lower left. Abstract in yellow, green, red, and black with various figures and legs. 22.5”h. 25.75”w., in a black frame, 30.5h. 33.5”w. $200-$400

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THREE SCROLLS AND A BOOK. Asian, 20th century. Hand painted images on paper scrolls. Birds and red flower, 23” x 65”, bamboo and koi, 16” x 77”, and a couple in a garden, 30” x 76”. Together with a book with folded pages, calligraphy and hand painted images of birds. 9” x 13”. Varying wear. $250-$500

HELMET CASE. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Round black lacquered case on feet with brass trim and gold painted designs. Age split. 18”h. 16”d. $100-$200

503 SCROLL. China. Attributed to Cixi. Antique scroll painting of flowers. 64”l. 15.5”w. $2,000-$3,000

504 HANGING SCROLL. After Wu HuFan (China, 1894-1968), at top signed poem, dated, with painter’s name, and seal. Misty landscape, ink and color on paper. 72.5”l. 22.5”w. $1,500-$2,500

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505 HANGING SCROLL BY WU CHANGSHOU (CHINA, 1844-1927). Signe at left top with title, date and artist’s name with two seals. Ink and color on paper. Rock and plum. 81.5”l. 13.75”w. $1,500-$2,500

509 THREE PIECES OF FURNITURE. China, late 19th-20th century, elm. Stand with two dovetailed drawers and turned legs, 34”h. 23.75”w. 16”d., and a table with yellow wash, two dovetailed drawers and a shelf. 33”h. 38”w. 14”d. Together with a bin with lift lid, 31”h. 17”w. 14”d. $250-$500

510 PAIR OF TRUNKS. China, late 19th century. Lacquered leather-covered wood with paper-lined interiors. Brass hardware. 15.5”h. 32.5”w. 21.5”d. $100-$350

506 HANGING SCROLL BY WANG XUETAO (CHINA, 1903-1982). Signed in top right with artist’s name with two seals. Ink and color on paper. Peony. 62.5”l. 16.5”w. $1,000-$2,000

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507 SCROLL. China, attributed to Wen BouRen, signed in left top, with seals. Painting on silk depicting landscape. 87”l. 35”w. $2,000-$3,000 507


511 SCROLL. China. Signed by Wang Jian on right upper with two seals. Antique scroll painting on silk with landscape. 86.75”h. 19.25”w. $3,000-$5,000

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512 TWO PRINTS BY PAUL JACOULET (FRANCE, 19021960). Woodblock prints on paper, signed in pencil lower right. Autumn Pilgrimage and Wandering Priest in Korea. 15.5”h. 12”w. In matching frames, 21.75”h. 18”w. $200-$400

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THREE PRINTS BY PAUL JACOULET (FRANCE, 19021960). Woodblocks on paper, signed in pencil. Le Pretrede Sando, The Spray of Anthurium Flowers and Chinese Woman. Unframed. 15.5”h. 12”w. $300-$400

514 THREE PRINTS BY PAUL JACOULET (FRANCE, 19021960). Woodblock on paper, signed in pencil. The Way to Church, Longevite Moppo, Coree and The Chiefs Daughter. Unframed. 15.5”h. 12”w. $250-$450

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515 TWO PRINTS BY HASUI KAWASE (JAPAN, 1883-1957). Woodblock prints on paper. Keikai Ro in Seoul, Korea, published 1939. 10.75” x 15.5” And Snow falling on the village of Daichi, published 1925. 9” x 13”. Unframed. $400-$800

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TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 18761950). Woodblock prints on paper. The Cherry Tree In Kawagoe, published in 1933. 10.5” x 15.75” and Sumida River, Mist, published in 1926. 10.5” x 15.75”. Unframed. $400-$600

517 PRINT BY HASUI KAWASE (JAPAN, 1883-1957). Woodblock on paper. Moon at Magome (Magonme no tsuke), published in 1930. 9.5” x 14.5”. Unframed. $500-$800

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PRINT BY HASUI KAWASE (JAPAN, 1883-1957). Woodblock print on paper. Cherry Blossoms and Moon at Matsuyama Castle, published in 1953. 9.5” x 14.5”. Unframed. $400-$800

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519 PAIR OF HANGING CALLIGRAPHY SCROLLS.. China. Prince Gong (Qing Dynasty), lower left signed artist’s name with two seals. Calligraphy in script, ink on xuan paper. 59”h. 15.5”w. $2,500-$3,500

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520 WALL CUPBOARD. France, 19th century, oak. Three-part cupboard in the rococo taste, with elaborately shaped panels, elaborate iron escutcheons, and large pintle hinges. 96”h. 65”w. 21.5”d. $1,800-$3,200

521 LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left. Cottage in a lush landscape setting. 22.75”h. 38”w., in a frame, 28.75”h. 43”w. $400-$600

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522 BRONZE BIGHORN SHEEP BY GEORGE DABICH (CALIFORNIA/WYOMING, B. 1922). Signed in the casting, dated 1974, numbered 19/30. Nicely detailed on a rocky mount, mounted on a black marble base. 15”l. $400-$800

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523 THE FLOWER CART VENDOR BY HENRI ROBBE (BELGIUM, 1807-1899). Oil on board, signed lower right. 15.25”h. 11.5”w., in a gilt frame, 18.5”h. 14.5”w. $600-$800

524 PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN THE MANNER OF JOHN CONSTABLE (ENGLISH, 1776-1837). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Depicting a lady dressed in 19th-century clothing. 13”h. 11”w., visible image, 11.5”h. 9.5”w., in a gilt frame, 17.5”h. 15.5”w. $1,000-$2,000

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525 THE IRISH FAIR BY GEORGE WESLEY BELLOWS (AMERICAN, 1882-1925). Lithographic print, signed lower right, from the series The Wind Bloweth. Depicts various figures at a fair. 19.25”h. 21.25”w., in a frame, 29.5”h. 31”w. By descent to the current owner from George Bellows. Reference: Lauris Mason; assisted by John Ludman, “The Lithographs of George Bellows: A Catalogue Raisonne” (New York: KTO Press, 1988), 153. $1,500-$2,500

526 LANDSCAPE WITH HOUSE BY EUGENE EDWARD SPEICHER (AMERICAN, 1883-1962). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. House with terraced garden. 15.25”h. 19.5”w., in a gilt frame, 23.5”h. 27.5”w. Gift from the artist to George Wesley Bellows by descent to the current owner. $2,000-$4,000

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JOHN GILL PATENT “HEDGEHOG” CRIBBAGE BOARD. New York, 2nd half-19th century, iron. Oblong board with shaped sides, brass pegs, and original paint. 10.75”l.

A MENAGERIE OF BRONZE SCULPTURES. Late 19th-early 20th century. Includes an owl on a stump, 10”h., a dolphin finial, 3.75”h., a goose, 3.25”h., and a money toad, 1.5”h. $200-$400

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IVORY CARVING OF A MAN. Asian, 1st half-20th century. Man with flowering tree branch. Signed. 8.25”h. $200-$300

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INLAID CRIBBAGE BOARD. Probably European, late 19th century, mixed woods. Oblong box with one drawer, the exterior surface covered with elaborately inlaid decoration comprised of various exotic woods. 14.5”l. Includes eight carved ivory pegs. $250-$500

534 VICTORIAN TOLE TRAY. American or English, late 19th century, painted tin. Scalloped rim and original floral decoration. 27”l. $100-$200

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DECORATED COFFEE TABLE. Twentieth century. Oblong table with chinoiserie decoration. 17”h. 44”l. $100-$200

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530 TUNBRIDGE WARE GAME BOX. England, mid 19th century, mixed woods. A divided and silk-lined box, the exterior of which is elaborately inlaid with flowers, oak leaves and acorns, and a manor house at center on the lid. The interior has compartments for cards, chips, and a central, oblong compartment covered by a small cribbage board. 3”h. 10.5”w. 8.5”d. $250-$500

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537 TWO LIGHTING FIXTURES. Twentieth century. Fifteen-light chandelier with a silvered finish and prisms, 23”d., and a rococo-style fixture of brass with prisms, 19”h. $200-$400

531 ELABORATELY INLAID CRIBBAGE BOARD. Probably European, late 19th century, mixed woods. Oblong box with drawers at either end, the exterior surface covered with parquetry inlay of various woods, including burl, resting on a stepped base. 19.5”l. Includes four ivory pegs. $300-$600

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CHIPPENDALE-STYLE FIREPLACE SET. Harvin Company, Waynesboro, Virginia ,for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 20th century, brass and iron. Double-lemon-top andirons, 23”h., along with a shovel, poker, and tongs. $400-$800

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538 ETCHING BY PABLO PICASSO (SPAIN/FRANCE, 1881-1973). C. 1968, “Minotaur” From 347 series (L182; Bloch, 1662). Artist signed in pencil in lower right corner of margin, numbered “6/50” in pencil in lower left corner of margin. Unframed with deckled edging, plate 8.25”h. 5.75”w. $2,500-$4,500

539 ETCHING BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 1860-1920). Etching of an interior scene, possibly a tavern, with four figures around a table. Artist signed in pencil in lower right corner of margin, Artist signed and dated “190?” in plate in lower left corner. Unframed, plate 6”h. 7.75”w. $700-$900

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540 ETCHING BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 1860-1920). “Edo” depicting a nude, first state. Artist signed in pencil in lower right corner of margin, artist signed and dated “1907” in the plate. Unframed, plate 7”h. 4.75”w. $800-$1,200

541 ETCHING BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 1860-1920). Etching of “August Strindberg”, artist signed in pencil in lower right margin, artist signed and dated “1910” in the plate in lower left corner. Unframed, plate 11.75”h. 7.88”w. $600-$1,200

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ETCHING BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 1860-1920). Etching of “The Crown Princess of Sweden, Margareta”. Signed in pencil in lower right corner of margin. Artist signed and dated “1914” in lower left corner of plate, unframed, plate 9.75”h. 7”w. $800-$1,200 | 133


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CARVED IVORY JAR. Japan, 1st half-20th century. Men fighting an octopus with inset eyes. 4”h. $300-$500

CARVED IVORY FIGURE. Japan, early 20th century. Man with gourd and broom. Inset red cartouche reads “Gi Yo Ko”. 7”h. $300-$500

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INRO. Japan, early 20th century. Cinnabar lacquered fourcompartment inro carved with three figures in a landscape. 3”h. $700-$900

BRONZE BOWL. Japan, late 19th century. Temple bowl with paneled sides featuring flowers and cranes. Marked on the inside. 5.25”h. 7.5”d. $400-$600

CARVED IVORY BOX. African, 1st half-20th century. Possibly a tea caddy, with relief-carved elephants and lions around the side and a lion on the lid. 4”h. Purchased in Puerto Rico. $200-$400

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THREE FIGURES OF STAR GODS. China, late 20th century, porcelain. Polychrome with gilt. 26”h. $500-$800

DRESSING BOX WITH MIRROR. China, early 20th century, elm. Lift top with interior beveled mirror, two doors open to interior fitted with multiple drawers. Carved details. Refinished with brass hardware. 8”h. 9.5”w. 12”d. $300-$500

546 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 20th century. Carved stone, 2.75”h., and ruby glass (no stopper), 2.75”h. $75-$125

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551 CINNABAR BOX. China, late 19th century. Cinnabar lacquered covered box with a carved dragon. 2”h. 3”w. $800-$1,200

552 TWO TRUNKS. China, 19th century. Dovetailed camphor wood trunk with iron hardware, 17.5”h. 37”w. 25”d., and an iron bound strong box with domed top. 28”h. 31”w. 20”d. Both refinished. $600-$800

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TWO CHANDELIERS. Twentieth century, brass and glass. Includes a sixteen light example with beaded swags, 31”d together with a six example with prisms. $200-$400

SEVEN IVORY CARVINGS. China and Japan, 1st half20th century. Similar with elongated forms. Tradesmen and deities. 5.25” to 7”h. $400-$600


554 CARVED PENDANT. China, 19th century. Finely carved white nephrite jade pendant of a frog inside a lotus leaf. 2.75�l. $6,000-$8,000

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TABLE SCREEN. China, 19th century. Finely carved circular white jade screen in a wooden frame and stand. Stand has repairs. 16.5”h. overall. $600-$800

PLAQUE. China, early 20th century. Hardwood with floral urn design in applied jade and semiprecious stones. 25.25”h. $1,250-$1,500

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TWO CARVED PENDANTS. China, 19th century, jade. One of He He couple with flowers on each side. 2”h. Another of coins with flower pattern, 2.25”d. $600-$800

BRONZE BOWL. China. Rare bronze bowl with a Buddha pattern. A four character mark reads “Qian Long Nian Zhi” on the base. 2”h. $200-$300

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GROUP OF JEWELRY. China, 20th century, jade. Three bangles, 3”d. and one ring. $800-$1,200

VASE. China, 20th century, porcelain. Republic Period vase with flowers on a pale celadon glaze. Gilt trim. Red six-figure mark.12”h. $150-$300

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558 NECKLACE AND PENDANT. China, early 19th Century. Green jadeite necklace with a white jade pendant, 1.5”l. $1,500-$2,500

559 CARVED IVORY CONTAINER. China, 1st half-20th century. Temple shaped container with mask feet and images of Buddha and courtyards. Signed. Age splits and missing tassels. 15.5”h. $800-$1,200 136 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

563 TWO ICONS. Russia, 1st half-20th century, paint on wood. Larger icon depicting St. George slaying the dragon, 12”h. 9”w., and a smaller icon depicting the Virgin and the Christ Child, 4.5”h. 3.5”w. $250-$500

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BEATRICE BY EMILIO FIASCHI (ITALY, 1858-1941). Marble, signed on the back. Statue of a robed woman reading Dante. 27.5”h. $800-$1,200

BOWL AND MINIATURE GARDEN SEAT. China, late 19th century, porcelain. Song style footed bowl with dark blue decoration. 2”h. And a blue and white miniature garden seat, 3.5”h. Ex Don Jansen (Ohio). $200-$400

PAIR OF ROSE MEDALLION VASES. China, early 20th century. Rouleau shape with mandarin scenes and gilt accents. Edge flakes. 18”h. $400-$600

566 SCULPTURE OF A BOAR (ASIAN, 20TH CENTURY). Bronze-patinated cast iron, signed with a cartouche. Mounted on a wooden base (now loose). 13”l. $250-$500 565

567 GLASS SCULPTURE BY CHRISTOPHER RIES (COLUMBUS, OHIO, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed and dated 1991. Stylized sail shape with prismatic and frosted accents. 10”h. $800-$1,200

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VASE. China, early 20th century, porcelain. Song style Geyao vase. Ivory crackled glaze. Chips. 5”h. Ex Don Jansen (Ohio). $150-$250

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BOWL. China, 20th century, porcelain. Green/celadon glaze with butterflies on the exterior. Qianlong mark on the base. 3.25”h. 7”d. $200-$300

570 TWO BOWLS. Asian, late 19th-20th century, porcelain. Celadon glaze with blue markes on underside. One has hairlines. 3”h. Ex Don Jansen (Ohio). $150-$250 138 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

577 572 FAMILLE VERTE VASE. China, early 20th century, porcelain. Flowers and water lilies. Repaired lip. 6”h. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio).

IVORY CARVING. Japan, early 20th century. Woman with basket and frog. Signed. 5.5”h. $150-$250

578 Howald (1856-1934), was raised in Columbus, Ohio and studied at Ohio State University. After earning his fortune in the mining industry he used his wealth to help finance the building of the Columbus Museum of Art and later bequeathed his collection to the museum. $150-$250

WOVEN PANEL. France, 1st half-20th century. Medieval style tapestry scene printed on cloth. Marked “Made in France”. 108”h. 53”w. $200-$400

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BASKET AND FIGURE. China, 20th century. Finely woven medallion basket, 6”l. and a cast figure of a woman, 5.25”h. $50-$75

WALL PANEL AND VASE. Asian, 2nd half-20th century. Balustar form covered vase with landscape designs. 13”h. and a panel with three hand decorated porcelain plaques depicting scholars, set in a wooden frame. 49.5”h. 13”w. $150-$350

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FIGURAL COVERED JAR. Asian, late 20th century, probably green and white jadeite. Winged Ki-Rin with lid. 5.25”h. not including wooden stand. $200-$400

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575 WOODBLOCK PRINT. Japan, 19th-20th century. Samurai with fan and sword. In a frame, 15.5”h. 12.75”w. $100-$150


581 RIVER LANDSCAPE BY FREDERICK OGDEN (ILLINOIS, 1892-1948). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. River landscape in summer, with mountains looming in the background. 24”h. 36”w., in its original gilt and gesso frame, 30”h. 42”w. $400-$800

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SELF PORTRAIT AFTER LOUISE ELISABETH VIGEE LE BRUM (CONTINENTAL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on board, unsigned. Depicts Le Brum wearing a black dress with a lace collar while painting. 17”h. 14”w., in a gilt frame, 27.5”h. 23.5”w. $800-$1,200

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583 THE DISPUTE BY L. G. BALDERO (ITALY/SPAIN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Five men playing cards. Scratch to surface lower right corner. 25”h. 35”w., in a gilt frame, 33.5”h. 45”w. $1,000-$2,000

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PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY ATTRIBUTED TO VLADIMIR ASTAKHOV (RUSSIAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Three-quarter-length portrait of a girl wearing a green shirt. 10.5”h. 8.5”w., in a frame, 16.75”h. 14.75”w. $300-$500 585

585 PORTRAIT OF ALEXA WILDING BY JEAN-JACQUES HENNER (FRENCH, 1829-1905). Oil on board, signed and dated “11” upper right. Profile of a lady wearing a red shawl. 12.25”h. 9.25”w., in a frame, 18.75”h. 15.5”w. Wilding was a model also painted by D.G. Rossetti. $1,500-$2,500

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TWO LIGHTS. American, 20th century. Newel post lamp. Spelter statue of woman titled “Pensee after W. Hering”. Two beaded electric sockets. 22”h. And a replica of an iridescent swirl boudoir lamp. 17.75”h. $150-$350

587 THREE PAINTINGS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly. Landscape with brook and landscape at twilight. Each depicting a picturesque fall landscape. 15.5”h. 19.25”w., in frames, 18.5”h. 22.25”w. Together with a winter landscape. Oil on board, unsigned. Treelined, snow-covered lane with a barn in the distance. 17.25”h. 11.5”w., in a frame, 19.5”h. 19.75”w. $200-$400 | 139


588 BOWL. China, Qing dynasty, porcelain. Large blue and white bowl. Triangular patterned band along exterior’s top with character “Da Qing Shun Zhi Nian Zhi.”, interior is covered with various natural markings and indentations. Four character “Guan Fu Nei Zhang” on the base. Rim repair. 5”h. 10.5”d. From a private Texas collection. $2,000-$3,000

589 WUCAI DRAGON JAR. China, late Qing dynasty, porcelain. Exterior covered by four sets of four clawed dragons of alternating green and yellow surrounded by a flaming pearl and ruyi. Peony meander on the shoulder, the unglazed base has concentric grooves. Repair. 10.25”h. From a private Texas collection. $2,000-$3,000

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THREE SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 20th century. Green jade, 3.5”h. white glass, 2.75”h. and bone with a carved nude, 3”h. $250-$350

EIGHT COINS. China, Republic period. 1.5”d. to 1.75”d., total weight approximately 6.5 ozt. $300-$500

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BRONZE BUDDHA. China, late 19th century. Gilt bronze figure of a seated Buddha. 6”h. $500-$700

FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 1st half-20th century. Includes two blue and white porcelain, 3.25”h. and 3”h., a mottled green and white stone, 2.75”h. (on base), and a rose quartz, 2.5”h. $100-$200

592 TWO BRONZE BUDDHAS. Tibet, 19th century. Small finely made gilt bronze figures of seated Buddhas. 3”h. $800-$1,200

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FIVE COINS. China. Guang Xu Dragon silver coins. 1.5”d. to 1.75”d., total weight approximately 4.5 ozt. $600-$800

596 CALLIGRAPHY BOOK. China, 19th century. Published January 1946, from Taiwan. $150-$250


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597 FOUR HANGING SCROLLS BY LI HONG ZHANG (CHINA, 1823-1901). One scroll signed on lower left. with artist’s signature and two seals. Calligraphy in running script in ink on xuan paper. In a wooden box. 64”h. 13.75”w. $2,500-$3,500 | 141


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FIGURAL CARVING. China, late 19th-early 20th century, soapstone. Carving of Liu Hai with lotus and toad. 1.5”h. $300-$600

VASE. China, late Qing Dynasty, Republic Period, porcelain. Pink and blue landscape. A blue six character mark reads “Da Qing Yong Zhen Nian Zhi” on base. 13”h. $1,500-$2,500

599 CARVING OF A MYTHOLOGICAL BEAST. China, 19th century, jade. Finely carving in greenish brown jade. 2.5”l. $800-$1,200

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602 PAIR OF CLOISONNE VASES. China, late Qing dynasty. Gilt bronze cloisonné enamel vases. 7”h. $600-$800

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600 CARVED CONG. China, Shang dynasty, white jade. Cong with beast face pattern. 1”h. 2”d. $600-$800

603 PAIR OF CUPS. China, late Qing dynasty. Rare pair of silver cups with dragon handles. 2.5”h. $1,200-$1,800

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COOKING VESSEL. China, Qing dynasty. Bronze cooking vessel with worn gilding and a dragon cover. 8.5”h. $800-$1,200

FIVE PRINTS OF CHINESE SCENES AND SUBJECTS. Handcolored engravings on paper. All are from Thomas Allom’s China: In a Series of Views, Displaying the Scenery, Architecture and Social Habits of that Ancient Empire, published in 1845. Identically matted and framed, 11.25”h. 12.75”w. $150-$300

605 BOWL. Japan, early 20th century. Oval bowl or planter with removable salamander handles. Cast mark on the bottom. 7”h. 17”l. $400-$800


607 TABLE PLAQUE IN FRAME. China, porcelain. Fine, hand decorated blue and white plaque with the Eight Immortals. In a wooden frame. $1,800-$2,800 607 | 143


608 FLORAL STILL LIFE BY ANTIMO BENEDUCE (ITALY/OHIO, 1900-1975). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Colorful still life against a blue background. In its original rose-colored mat and distressed frame, 33”h. 36”w. Beneduce came to Akron as child, and later studied at the Cleveland School of Art, the Cape Cod School of Art, and the National Academy of Design. $200-$400

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SKETCH BY WALT DISNEY (AMERICAN, 1906-1966). Pencil on paper, signed lower center. A charming sketch of one of the fauns from Disney’s Fantasia, dated August 14, 1941 (the year after the film was released). Above the sketch is a presentation inscription from Walt Kelly (American, 1913-1973), a cartoonist who worked for Disney, including on Fantasia. 6.5”h. 4”w., in a modern frame, 7.25”h. 5.25”w. $500-$1,000

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610 THREE CARNAVALE de St. PETERSBURG PRINTS BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Lithographic prints, each signed lower right, edition “47/195”. Each depicting figures in carnival costumes dancing. 34.5”h. 25”w., each in a frame, 47”h. 38.5”w. $800-$1,200

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CARNAVALE de St. PETERSBURG BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Lithographic print, signed and dated “1986” lower right. Completed in a cubist style, depicting two figures dressed in carnival costumes. 35.25”h. 25.25”w., in a frame, 50.25”h. 40”w. $300-$500

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PAIR OF PRINTS: CARNIVALE de St. PETERSBURG BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Lithographic print, signed lower right, dated “89-1-15” lower left. Each depicting figures in carnival costumes. 28.5”h. 19.25”w., in black and gilt frame, 39.75”h. 30”w. $300-$500

613 THREE ETCHINGS. View of Quinta of General de Visme Esq. at Bemfique near Lisbon, A S.W. View of the Grand Aqueduct over the Valley of Aliantara Near Lisbon, A View of the Castle Belem at the Entrance of the Port of Lisbon, after Alexandre Jean Noel (French, 1751-1834). Engraving by John Wells, unsigned, published 1793. Each depicts various landscape scenes throughout Portugal. Each, 18.25”h. 24.25”w., in black frames, 25”h. 31.5”w. $200-$400


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614 WATERCOLOR BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 1860-1920) Late 19th century watercolor on paper titled “A Landscape Study”. Signed lower right, unframed 10”h. 7.25”w. $2,500-$4,500

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PAIR OF BOWLS. China, Republic period, porcelain. Fine pair of enameled bowls with flowers and birds. Black four character mark reads “Le Shun Tong Huang” on inside bottom and a six red character mark reads “Nan Cang Da Hua Ci Zhuang” on base. 2.75”h. 9”d. $1,000-$1,200

THREE PORCELAIN ITEMS. Late 19th century. Japanese bowl, 3”h. and two Chinese items. A small blue and white covered jar, 7”h. and a small plate with a blue four character mark “Kang Xi Nian Zhi”. $500-$700

TWO BOWLS. China, fine porcelain. One with yellow and coral ground and a dragon and phoenix, 5.5”d. and one small Famille Rose enamel bowl with flower and butterflies, 4”d. $800-$1,200

TWO PENDANTS. China, 18th-19th century, black jade. Carved mask and shell pendants, 1.5”l. $800-$1,200

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CARVED CONG. China, 17th-18th century. Carved black jade of a LiangZhu culture cong with cicadae on each corner. 2”l. $800-$1,200

DAO GUANG STYLE JAR. China, late Qing dynasty, Republic period, porcelain. Blue and white decoration of Eight Immortals. 14”h. $1,200-$1,800

TWO SEALS. China, 19th century. Rare bone with carved beast on top and a smaller soapstone seal also with a beast on top. 1”, 1.5”h. $800-$1,200

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, late 19th-early 20th century, ivory. Finely carved landscape. 2.5”h. $600-$800

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THREE IVORY CARVINGS. Asian, 1st half-20th century. Chinese fisherman, Japanese man with grapes, and a woman with peacock. 4” to 4.5”h. $100-$350

THREE DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES. Asian, 20th century. Wooden foo dog with dark patina, 11”h., and a pair of gilt wooden decorations made into bookends, 8”l. Together with a bronze bowl with applied frog, 3.25”h. 5.25”d. $150-$350


625 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN BY CHEN YI FEI (CHINA, 1946-2005). Oil on canvas, signed both “Chen Yi Fei” in Chinese and English on the lower right. 39.75”h. 32”w. $3,000-$5,000

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THREE SCHOLAR OBJECTS. China, late 19th-early 20th century. Small crystal carvings of animals and figures. Average 2”h. $500-$600

INCENSE BOX. Tibet, 19th-20th century. Long gilt on copper box with an Eight Buddha pattern. 12.5”l. $150-$250

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628 TWO SHANG STYLE RITUAL VESSELS. China. Small stone carvings of Shang style ritual vessels. 3.5”h. $200-$300

629 FOUR SMALL CARVINGS. China, 20th century, ivory. Two Buddhas and two elephants. 5” to 2”h. $150-$250

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CINNABAR VASE. China, 19th century. Cinnabar lacquered vase with carved landscape. Minor loss. 10”h. $300-$600

632 SNUFF BOTTLE. China, late 19th century, agate. From a private California collection. 3.5”h. $300-$500

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633 CANTON SNUFF BOTTLE. China, late 19th century. Fine and important Canton enameled snuff bottle. A blue four character mark reads “Qian Long Nian Zhi” on base. 2.75”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

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634 SCHOLAR OBJECT. China, Qing dynasty. Rare small scholar water pot. Gilt, coral glazed with Famille Rose landscape. A red seal reads “Qian Long Nian Zhi” on base. With wood stand. 3”l. $600-$800

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635 ART DECO ARMCHAIR AND SETTEE. Troy Sunshade Company, Troy, Ohio, ca. 1930s, brass. Sleek design armchair and settee, each with original turquoise blue leather upholstery. Chair is 18”h. seat, 28”h. overall; settee is 16”h. seat, 30”h. overall, 53”l. $800-$1,200

636 HOMAGE TO MORANDI BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 1933-2007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “87” lower right. Depicts two vessels on a table, the whole reading “Homage to Morandi”. 29.25”h. 29.25”w., in a frame, 33.75”h. 35.75”w. $1,500-$2,500

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NATURE MORTE AUC POSSONS AND NATURE MORTE GREQUE BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 19332007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right. Various size seashells and crustations with fish. 23.75”h. 29.75”w., in a frame, 31.5”h. 37.25”w. Two sea shells and a vase at center. 23.75”h. 29.75”w., in a frame, 31.5”h. 37.5”w. $2,000-$4,000

TWO ABSTRACTS BY CONGATKUH (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oils on canvas, both signed and dated 1988 lower left. Cityscape, 23.25”h. 31.25”w., in a black and gilt frame, 25.75”h. And landscape, 31.25”h. 38.75”w., in a black and gilt frame, 43.75”h. 53.5”w. $300-$500

COUNTY FAIR BY LEWIS OLIVER (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY). Oil on board, signed lower right. Family with picnic basket, hurrying toward the county fair. In a frame, 26”h. 32”w. $200-$400

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SHIPPING PIER IN WINTER BY EMERSON BURKHART (AMERICAN, 1905-1969). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Snowy shipping port. 25”h. 38.50”w., in a frame, 37.25”h. 47.50”w. $1,500-$2,500

CANARY ISLANDS BY EMERSON BURKHART (AMERICAN, 1905-1969). Oil on canvas, signed and dated “65” lower right. Mountainous landscape with the sea. 27.75”h. 35”w., in a frame, 38”h. 45”w. $600-$1,200

LANDSCAPE BY EMERSON BURKHART (AMERICAN, 1905-1969). Watercolor on paper, signed and dated “62” lower right. White church in a lush landscape setting. 18”h. 23”w., in a cream mat, 21.25”h. 26.25”w. $400-$600

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PAIR OF CALLIGRAPHY SCROLLS BY SONG BAIPING (CHINA, B. 1964). Ink on paper, signed and dated with two seals on left. In the official Li style script. 53”h. 13.25”w.

TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 18761950). Woodblock prints on paper. Fuji Yama from Yoshida from Ten Views of Fuji, published 1926. And Sacred Bridge published 1937, Unframed, 14.75” x 9.75”. $500-$700

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TWO PRINTS BY HASUI KAWASE (JAPAN, 1883-1957). Woodblocks on paper. Pagoda at Toshoga Shrine, (Spring Evening) published 1948. And Iris Flowers at Meiji, published 1951. Unframed, 9.5” x 14.5”. $500-$800

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645 TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 18761950). Woodblocks on paper. Misty day in Nikko. Signed in pencil lower margin, published 1937. 10.75” x 16”. And Night in Kyoto, published 1933. 9.75” x 14.75”. Both unframed. $400-$600

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TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 1876-1950). Woodblock prints on paper. Signed in pencil. Two of Hirosaki Castle from the Eight Cherry Group, published 1935. 9.75” x 14.75”. And Kura in Tomonowra (Inland Sea #2 Warehouses), published 1930. 14.75” x 9.75”. All unframed. $300-$700

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TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 1876-1950). Woodblock prints on paper. Signed in pencil. Osaka Castle, published 1935. Unframed, 10.5” x 15.75”. And Sarasawa Pond, published 1933. Some foxing. 14.75” x 9.75”, in a frame, 23”h. 17”w. $300-$500

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648 SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 18th-19th century. Fine white nephrite jade snuff bottle in the form of cicada with a coral stopper. From a private California collection. $2,000-$3,000

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TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 1876-1950). Woodblock prints on paper. The Cherry Tree In Kawagoe, puyblished 1935. Unframed, 10.5” x 15.75”. And Cryptomeria Avenue, published 1937. 9.75” x 14.75”, in a frame, 20”h. 14”w. $500-$700

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th century. Fine Peking glass enameled snuff bottle. A blue mark “Qian Long Nian Zhi” on base. 2.25”h. From a private California collection. $600-$800

COURT NECKLACE. China, late 19th Century. Carved wood and cloisonne beads. From a private California collection. $800-$1,000

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EIGHT IMARI PLATES. Japan, 20th century. Polychrome foliate designs with gilt. Six figure blue marks. 9.5”d. $100-$300

MONUMENTAL BRONZE URN. Japanese, Meiji period. Of baluster form, with a foliate base and with a vining branch with spread-winged eagles. 43”h. $1,500-$2,500

CARVING OF MYTHICAL CREATURE. Thailand, 20th century, wood. Well detailed carving of a diety riding a winged bird creature with a horned tortoise on the base. 13”h. $400-$600

653 TEA CANISTER. Japan, 20th century, pottery. Paneled canister in the style of purple sandyware. 9.5”h. $200-$400

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657 655 NECKLACE WITH TOGGLES. China, 19th century. Fine Peking glass chain with two celadon nephrite toggles. 17.5”l. $1,200-$1,800

SIDE TABLE. China, late 19th century, elm. Small, square table with a worn red lacquer finish. 20.5”h. 18.5” square. $100-$200 654


658 INLAID LACQUER BOX. China, 19th century. Fine antique lacquered box with hardstone inlays. Edge loss. 4”h. 6.5” x 10”. From a private California collection. $2,500-$3,500

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659 BAKER’S RACK. France, late 19th-early 20th century, iron and brass. Of grand size, with brass trim. 95”h. 98”w. 22”d. $1,500-$3,000

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FEDERAL-STYLE INLAID SIDEBOARD. Phoenix by Robert Irwin Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, early 20th century, mahogany and oak. Bow front with figured and burl veneer, inlaid decoration, and eight tapered legs. 40.5”h. 72”w. 21”d. $350-$700

FEDERAL-STYLE DINING SET. American, 20th century, mahogany. Includes a tapered-leg table with inlaid diamonds and stringing. 30”h. 44”w. 62”l., with three 11” leaves. Together with a set of six mahoganized maple chairs with strapwork splats and tapered legs.19”h. seat, 37.5”h. overall. $400-$800

662 SET OF SIX DINING CHAIRS. Hickory Chair Company, Hickory, North Carolina, 20th century, mahogany. In the classical taste with fluted and tapered legs, oval backs, and puttycolored upholstery. Two armchairs and four side chairs.18”h. seat, 39.5”h. overall. $300-$600

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TWO CHAIRS AND A PAIR OF URNS. Twentieth century. Contemporary armchairs, one with plush upholstery, 17”h. seat, 37”h. overall, and the other in the classical taste, 19”h. seat, 36”h. overall. Together with a pair of marble urns on bronze bases with paw feet, 25”h. $250-$500


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ABSTRACT STILL LIFE BY B. TLEMPOL (RUSSIAN FEDERATION, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Guitar, matryoshka dolls, a woman with a parasol, and an artist pallete. 30.75”h. 34.75”w., in a gilt frame, 39.25”h. 43.25”w. $400-$600

WOMAN AT REST ATTRIBUTED TO WILDER DARLING (AMERICAN, 1856-1933). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Depicts a woman dressed in traditional Dutch costume. Glued down to masonite. 29.75”h. 23.5”w., in a frame, 34.75”h. 28.25”w. $1,000-$1,500

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FIGURAL TABLE OR PEDESTAL. European, 20th century, softwood. Octagonal top with leather surface on a pedestal in the form of a tumbling jester or acrobat, and resting on a base with paw feet. Old polychrome feet. Age crack. 35”h. $300-$600

55 CLIFF ROAD BY ROBERT WESSON (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on board, signed lower right. Depicts a colonial revival house. 19.5”h. 29.25”w., in a frame, 23”h. 33”w. $500-$700

666 SELF-PORTRAIT BY ROMERO BRITTO (BRAZIL, B. 1963). Serigraph on paper, inscribed and signed, along with a sketched portrait of a lady. 11.75”h. 10”w., matted and framed, 17” square. $800-$1,200

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667 WINTER LANDSCAPE BY CARL SPRINGER (AMERICAN, 1874 - 1935). Oil on canvas, signed Carl Springer lower right, depicting a winter landscape with trees and vegetation, 31 3/4”h. 39 3/4”w. Framed, 33 1/2”h. 41 1/2”w. $800-$1,200 666

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670 HALL TABLE. China, early 20th century, figured hardwood. Carved front panels with vining gourds. Hidden drawer in front. Some age splits. 31.5”h. 33.5”w. 14.5”d. $200-$400

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671 SCROLL. Asian, 20th century. Hand painted on paper with brocade borders. Cranes in pine e trees. 73.5”l. 29.5”w $300-$600

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BRONZE FLOOR LAMP. Japan, late 19th-early 20th century. Bamboo form with applied songbirds and a phoenix on the font. Patinated surface. 61”h. not including burner and chimney. $3,500-$4,500

TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA (JAPAN, 1876-1950). Woodblock prints on paper. Sacred Bridge, published 1937. and Wisteria, published 1935. 14 3/4” x 9 3/4”. In frames, 14”h. 20”w. $400-$800

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675 FIVE WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF WOMEN. Japan, 19th century. Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), two geishas with lacquered details, 14” x 9 1/2”, Shuncho, woman in a mirror, 3 3/4” x 5 5/8” and Utamaro, portrait of a woman, 3 1/2” x 5 1/2”. Together with two prints of women cooking and at tea. 12 1/2” x 8 1/2” and 9 3/4” x 7 1/2”. All unframed. $250-$500

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676 THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 20th century. Two by Toshi Yoshida. The White Treasure House in Kikuzaka Street , published 1939. 6 3/4” x 9 5/16”. And The Hie Shrinepublished 1940. 6 3/4” x 9 5/16”. Both from the Tokyo at Night series. In frames, 12”h. 14.75”w. and Hiroshige (Ichiryusai) Rain storm at Shono. 6 1/4” x 4 1/4”, framed, 10”h. 12”w. $150-$300

677 TWO PRINTS BY TSUCHIYA KOITSU (JAPAN, 1870-1949). Woodblock prints on paper. Rain at Horyuji Temple, Nara, published 1938. And Summer Moon at Miyajima, published 1936. Unframed. 15 3/8” x 10 3/8”. $500-$800

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FOUR WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF WOMEN. Japan, late 18th-19th century. Woman with kimono by Toyokuni I Utagawa, two women by Utamaro Kitagawa, portrait by Chokosai Eisho and woman with kimono by Eizan Kikugawa. Average 14”h. 10”w. All unframed but the portrait, 21”h. 15”w. $300-$400

THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 19th century. Kunitsuma II Scenic places of Tokaido, landscape with waterfall by Hiroshige II and a samurai with horse. Unframed, average 10” x 14”. $200-$300

TWO FRAMED ETCHINGS. France, 19th-20th century. Street scene by Felix Buhot, signed on the plate. 21”h. 24”w. And an image of Notre Dame by Marcel Bessay. Signed in pencil. 15”h. 16,75”w. $300-$600


681 CARVED PAPERWEIGHT. China, 18th century. Fine and rare nephrite white jade carving of melons with insects. 2�h. From a private California collection. $6,000-$8,000

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ALBUM BY PAN ZHEN LIAN (CHINA, 1852-1921). Eight mounted leaves, each signed with artist’s name and date with two seals. Ink and color on paper. Figures and calligraphy. $800-$1,200

IVORY PLAQUE AND STAND. European, 1st half-20th century, ivory. Finely carved classical scene showing Cybele in procession 3”h. 4.5”w. displayed on a carved tripod stand 6.5”h. $500-$1,000

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LARGE EMBROIDERY PANEL. Asian, 20th century, silk. Detailed panel with a winged dragon fighting a ki-rin. Shades of brown, tan and gold thread on paper backing over a cloth panel. In a modern frame, 81.5”h. 56.5”w. $400-$800

FOUR PRINTS BY TAKAHASHI SHOTEI (JAPAN, 1871-1945). Woodblock prints on paper. Lake Yamaanaka and Mt. Fuji, 1936. 6 1/2” x 9 3/4”, Hiroaki AEs Home at Ichinokura, 1936. 6 1/2” x 14 3/8”, Shower at Terashima, 1936, 6 1/2” x 14 3/8” and Sawatari in Joshu district, 1936. 6 1/2” x 14 3/8”. All unframed. $300-$400

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TWO PRINTS BY GIHACHIRO OKUYAMA (JAPAN, 1907-1981). Woodblocks prints on paper. Sarusawa Pond, carverShibamura Jinnosuke, printer Itakura Seijiro, published 1950. 15 5/8” x 10 1/4” and Fuji Rensaku no lehi, carver Masuda Hajime, printer Imonura Hajine, published 1950. 15 5/8” x 10 1/4”. Both unframed. $300-$600

688 GROUP OF SEALS AND DESK SET. China, 18th-19th century. Ivory seal with melon “Xin Zhou”. 2”h. Together with ink stone, two other seals and a copper lamp. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio). See lots 411, 572 and 705 for additional information. $400-$600

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THREE CARVINGS. China, wood. Two small 16th-17th century carvings of robed figure and men fighting on horseback, 6”, 6.5”h. including stands and a later 19th century robed figure, 6”h. Original polychrome and gilt over gesso. Imperfections. Ex Navarre Munson. $800-$1,200 688


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689 HAND SCROLL BY JIN LE YING (CHINA, 1772-1807). On the lower end of the painting, signed date on Jia qjng, with artist’s name, and seals. Ink and color on silk. Song Dynasty’s Figures, depicting hunters on horseback. 226”l. 14”w. $3,000-$5,000

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MORNING AT THE MARKET BY LEWKART (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Woman buying fruit. 19.5”h. 23.25”w., in a frame, 23.75”h. 31”w. $400-$600

RIVER PIER BY FRANCISPAUL ETIENNE (FRENCH, 1874-1960). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Rocky river shore with pier. 17.5”h. 23.5”w., in a frame, 27”h. 33”w. $500-$700

STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS BY JOHN FERGUSON WEIR (AMERICAN, 1841-1926). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Flowers in a brown pot. 13.5”h. 10.75”w., in a frame, 18.25”h. 15.25”w. $1,000-$2,000

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693 LITHOGRAPH BY JOAN MIRO (SPAIN/FRANCE, 1893-1983). Abstract lithograph titled “Theatre Masque” signed in pencil lower right, numbered 61/80, plate 12”h. 9.25”w., in a frame, 29”h. 23”w. $1,000-$1,500

694 ETCHING BY ANDERS ZORN (SWEDEN, 18601920). Etching titled “Frightened” depicting three nude women; two walking down a bank to water, one in the water. Artist signed in pencil in lower right margin. Signed and dated “1919” in plate in lower left corner. Unframed, plate 7.75”h. 5.75”w. $600-$1,100 694 693 162 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013


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FRAMED LITHOGRAPH AFTER MARC CHAGALL (1887-1985). France, 20th century. Lithograph of nuptial scene titled “Song of Songs” by Charles Sorlier. Signed in pencil lower right, numbered lower left “103/200”, plate 20.25”h. 16.75”w., in a frame, 33.5”h. 28.5”w. $3,000-$6,000

CARNAVALE de St. PETERSBURG BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/ AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Pastel on paper, signed lower left. Two figures in carnival costumes. 29.25”h. 19.25”w., in a black frame, 48.25”h. 31”w. $1,500-$2,500

699 696 LITHOGRAPH BY JOAN MIRO (SPAIN/FRANCE, 1893-1983). Abstract lithograph titled “Theatre Masque” signed in pencil lower right, numbered 61/80 lower left, plate 12”h. 9.5”w., in a frame, 29”h. 23”w. $1,000-$1,500

CARNAVALE de St. PETERSBURG BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/ AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Pastel on paper, signed and dated “1983” lower left. Two figures in carnival costumes. 43.25”h. 29”w., in a frame, 62.5”h. 44.75”w. $2,000-$4,000

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697 CHAIRS I BY SLAVA ZAITSEV (RUSSIAN FEDERATION, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, signed and dated “80.09” lower right. Depicting a chair, shoes, figures, fruit, and an open window. 27.75”h. 29.5”w., in a gilt frame, 35”h. 42.5”w. $2,000-$4,000

FOUR MANUSCRIPTS. Late 19th century, ink, gouache and gilt on paper. Two are Persian, one with text only, the other with image of figures in a landscape. 14.5”h. 11.5”w. and 14”h. 10”w. Two are Indian, one text only, one with a man and a bird deity. 15.5”h. 17”w. and 13”h. 15”w. In frames. $200-$400

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KNIFE. Signed for Don Burdette, Ohio, late 20th century. Single edged blade with ivory and malachite handle set in silver frame. Silver and horn scabbard set with a fire agate. 10”l. $2,500-$3,500

JAR WITH WOODEN LID. China, Qing dynasty, 17th-18th century, porcelain. Blue and white floral design. Metal threaded lip covered by a pierce carved wooden lid. 4.5”h. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio). See lots 411, 572 and 705 for additional information. $600-$800

VASE. China, 1st quarter 20th century, porcelain. Elongated form with blue floral designs. Edge flakes. 6.5”h. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio). See lots 411, 572 and 705 for additional information. $150-$250

JAR. China, early 20th century, porcelain. Ginger jar shape with blue floral design. 5.5”h. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio). See lots 411, 572 and 705 for additional information. $150-$250

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705 FAMILLE ROSE VASE. China, 19th century. Rose peony decoration. 7.75”h. Ex Ferdinand Howald (Ohio). Howald (1856-1934), was raised in Columbus, Ohio and studied at Ohio State University. After earning his fortune in the mining industry he used his wealth to help finance the building of the Columbus Museum of Art and later bequeathed his collection to the museum. $400-$600 164 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

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SNUFF BOTTLE. China, early 20th century. Nicely carved. 3”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

SNUFF BOTTLE. China. Fine agate snuff bottle with a lapis lazuli stopper. 3”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

AMBER PENDANT. China, 20th century. Square shaped carved pendant, 1.5”h. $300-$500

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707 SNUFF BOTTLE. China. 20th century. Yellow agate carved snuff bottle. 3.5”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

709 SNUFF BOTTLE. China. Agate snuff bottle. 2.5”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

TWO IVORY FIGURES. Japan, early 20th century. Two men, one with a monkey, one with a child. Both signed. 6”, 7”h. $100-$300


712 BRONZE BUDDHA. Mongolia, 18th century. Important gilt bronze figure of a seated Buddha. 9.5�h. From a private California collection. $6,000-$8,000

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713 HANGING SCROLL BY FU BAOSHI (1904-1963). Signed poems with two seals on upper left. Ink and color on paper. Seeking. 77”l. 24”w. $1,500-$2,500

714 HANGING SCROLL BY PU RU (1896-1963). Signed with artist’s name, titled in upper left with seals. Ink and color on paper. Landscape. 75.5”l. 18”w. $1,200-$1,800 713

715 HANGING SCROLL AFTER QI BAISHI (CHINA 1864-1957). Signed in upper right with artist’s name and seal. Ink and color on paper. Mountain landscape. Wear. 84”l. 20.5”w. $200-$300

716 BOWL AND BOX. Asian, late 19th-early 20th century. Bronze bowl with rope twist handles and eight raised Buddhist symbols. Cast mark on bottom. 3”h. And a paktong lidded box with Hindu figural medallions, 5”h. $300-$600

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717 THREE IVORY NETSUKES. Japan, 20th century. Cat and monkey with an earlier fruit-shaped netsuke, average 1”h. $100-$300

718 HANGING SCROLL BY QIAN SONGYAN (CHINA, 1895-1985). Signed poems with date, artist’s name, seals in lower right. Ink and color on paper. Landscape. 93”l. 33.5”w. $1,000-$1,500

719 HANGING SCROLL ATTRIBUTED TO CHEN SHAO MEI (CHINA, 1909-1954). Signed, titled and dated in upper left with artist’s name and two seals. Ink and color on paper. Spring in Jiang Nan. 85”l. 24”w. $800-$1,200

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TWO IVORY CARVINGS. First half-20th century. African tusk with elephants and zebra, 12”l., and an Indian carving of Ganesha on a throne. 6”h. including wood base. $300-$600

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THREE CERAMIC ITEMS. Japan, 20th century. Imari charger with figures on a bridge, 22”d., and a signed Satsuma bowl with scenic view, 9”d. Together with a late Satsuma Buddha, 7”h. $200-$400


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722 HANGING SCROLL ATTRIBUTED TO FU BAOSHI (1904-1963). Signed artist’s name with two seals on the left side. Ink and color on paper. Scholars. 82.5”l. 23”w. $2,000-$3,000

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FOUR THUMB RINGS. China, 19th century. Finely carved thumb rings. Average 1”d. From a private California collection. $2,000-$3,000

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 19th-20th century, agate. Carved beast mask handle. 3”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

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THREE PLATES. Late 19th-early 20th century. Pair of Chinese plates with mystical beings and dragon border. Red six figure mark. 11”d. And Japanese blue and white scalloped plate with lotus rim. Blue six figure mark. 9”d. $250-$450

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, late 19th century. Well carved agate with a landscape. 3”h. From a private California collection. $1,000-$2,000

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THREE PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT. China, 19th-20th century. Two Rose Canton lidded boxes, 4”, 7”h., and a Rose Mandarin plate with armorial shield. Restored. 10”d. $200-$300

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TRANSFERWARE BOWL. China, 20th century, porcelain. Eggshell thin with blue transfer and hand painted exterior with birds. Stamped mark on underside. 4”h. 9.75”d. $150-$350

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729 SNUFF BOTTLE. China, early 20th century. Carved snuff bottle with beast mask handle. 8”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

730 CARVED FIGURE OF GUANYIN China, mid 20th century, serpentine. Pale green carved woman with crane and flowers. 13.5”h. $200-$400

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731 HAND SCROLL BY QIAO BING ZHEN (CHINA, QING DYNASTY). Signed with artist name Qiao Bing Zhen Jin Hui on the painting end and on three sections of calligraphy each by wellknown signed name. Ink and color on xuan paper. Visiting friend in Spring. 198”l. 11”w. From a private California collection. $5,000-$8,000

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732 PAIR OF ENAMELED CHARGERS. Asian, 20th century. Deep cobalt blue with gilt hand decoration of scrolls and dragons on the underside. Some loss. 15.75”d. $200-$300

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BLANC DE CHINE SEAL CHOP. China, 20th century, porcelain. 2.25”h. From a private California collection. $600-$800

734 TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 20th century. Benkei Bridge at Night by Tsuchiya Koitsu, published 1933, and Spring Rain at Gokokuji Temple by Hasui Kawase, published 1932. 9.5” x 14.5”. Matching frames, 20.75”h. 15.75”w. $400-$700 front - 733 - base

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735 THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 20th century. Hasui Kawase Kude Beach in Wakasa published 1920, framed, 22”h. 15.5”w. Takahashi Shotei Singer of Popular Songs, published 1936, framed, 10.75”h. 8.5”w. And Uchida Three Story Pagoda. Unframed, 14.25”h. 9.5”w. $400-$700

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THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 20th century. Two by Hiroshi Yoshida of Toshosu Shrine, published 1937. 9.75” x 14.75”, in frames, 23”h. 17”w., 20”h. 14”w., and Hiroshi Yoshida Bamboo Woods, published 1930. 9.75” x 14.75”, in frame, 23”h. 17”w. $400-$800

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BUCKLE, BANGLE AND BUDDHA HAND. China, late 19th-20th century. Jade bracelet, carved Buddha hand citron, 1.75”h., and a gilt bronze belt buckle with dragons, 3”l. $300-$600

738 CARD CASE AND BOX. China, 1st half-20th century. Carved ivory card case, 4”h., and a carved burl box with quatrefoil form and foo dog finial. Age split. 3”h. $350-$650

739 THIRTEEN PRINTS. Japan, 2nd half-20th century. Well done block printed replicas of 19th century woodblock prints. Most of geishas and genre scenes, one of a bird and one of mice eating a gourd. Each has an informative label on the back. All but the last in matching faux bamboo frames, 16”h. 11.5”w. $150-$300


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PENDANT. China, late 19th century, jade. Carved pendant with figures. 2.5”h. $800-$1,200

TWO PENDANTS. China, 19th century, white jade. Finely carved. Open work Buddha, 2”l. handand a gourd with bat, small gourd, ruyi and leaf, 1.5”l. $1,200-$1,800

CUP. China. Song style Guan Yao ceramic cup. 1.5”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. China, 20th century. Carved stone in the form of fruit with an insect, 2”h., and Peking glass with black dragon, 3.25”h. $100-$300

741 TWO SCREENS. Asian, 20th century. Two hanging screen panels. Lacquer with applied gilt wood bamboo. 60”h. 18.5”w. And a small folding screen with hand painted porcelain panels of landscapes. 40”h. 54”w. $400-$800

745 743 TEA BOWL. China. Song style JianYao ceramic tea bowl. 2.25”h. 4.5”d. From a private California collection. $300-$500

CUP. China. Song style Guan Yao ceramic cup. 1.75”h. From a private California collection. $300-$500

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747 CUP AND TASSEL. China, 20th century. Reverse painted glass toggle with koi, 1.5”d., and a spinach jade cup with monkey handles, 1.5”h. $200-$400

748 CARVED IVORY TUSK. Africa, 1st half-20th century. Scalloped top. Village scene with people hiding under trees. Imperfection. 11”h. $100-$300

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POPE’S BLESSING BY MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor and ink on paper, signed and dated “75” upper left. The Pope in a polychrome robe blessing parishioners. 9.25”h. 12”w., in a frame, 24.75”h. 27.5”w. $700-$900

BOX AND PAINTING. China, late 19th-early 20th century. Gouache on rice paper of a European missionary, in a frame, 19”. 15.5”w., and a carved cinnabar box over lead with a butterfly. 2.5”h. 5”d. Both have some damage. $150-$300

JAR AND TEA KETTLE. Asian, 20th century. Brass covered jar with engraved designs, 7”h., and a copper tea kettle with figural handle. Dents. 11”h. $100-$300

750 FACADE BY LEV MESHBERG (RUSSIAN FEDERATION/ AMERICAN, 1933-2007). Oil on board, signed and dated “90” lower right. Building facade with various windows and doors. 15.75”h. 13.25”w., in a frame, 23”h. 20.5”w. $700-$900

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FLORED EN UN INTERIOR BY RAFAEL LLIMONA (SPANISH, 1896-1957). Oil on canvas, signed upper right. Flowers on a table top. 25”h. 20”w., in a frame, 32.5”h. $700-$900

752 THREE FIGURINES. Nineteenth-20th century. Terra cotta Chinese funerary figure, 5”h., bronze of woman, 7”h., and an African ivory carving of a kneeling person, 5.5”h. $75-$125

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754 TWO FIGURES AND TWO BOXES. China, 20th century. Two blanc de chine seated Buddhas, 8.25”h., and a pair of enameled stacked boxes marked “China”, 3.5”h. 4”d. $100-$300

755 BOWL AND PAIR OF VASES. China, 20th century. Rose Medallion four-sided bowl with orange peel glaze, 5”h. 9”d., and a pair of floral cloisonne vases, 8”h. $400-$600

756 FIVE ICONS. Russia, 20th century. Two polychrome enamel, 3”h. 2.25”h., and two with silver plate frames, 2”, 2.5”h. Together with an oil on canvas on wood, 7”h. 5.75”w. $100-$300

757 CAPO DI MONTE BOX. Italy, 20th century, porcelain. Shaped box with bacchanal on the lid. Underglaze blue crowned “N”. 3”h. 6.5”w. $75-$150

759 PAIR OF DOORS, BOOKENDS, AND AN ABACUS. China, 20th century, wood. Doors with carved and gilt panels, 24.5”h. 16”w., and bookends made from carved decorative features, 8.5”h. Together with an abacus, 9.5”h. $100-$200

760 PAIR OF ETCHINGS. Field Hand Working and Field Hand Resting (Continental School, 20th century). Signed indistinctly lower right, numbers “2/10” and “4/10” respectively. Man lying on the ground, and a man working. 14.25”h. 20.25”w., in a gilt frame, 23”h. 29.75”w. $100-$200

761 SILKSCREEN BY VICTOR VASARELY (FRANCE/HUNGARY, 1908-1997). Signed and numbered in pencil. Untitled composition. In frame, 13”h. 10”w. $200-$300

762 THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, early 20th century. Two ocean views and a winter scene probably after Ando Hiroshige. In frames. Two 15”h. 12”w., one 15”h. 21”w. $150-$350


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ARTIST and MAKER INDEX Astakhov, Vladimir 584 Ba Da Shen Ren 481 Balance, Jerry 402A Baldero, L.G. 583 Barnhorn, Clement 223 Baroway, Malcolm 433, 434 Basanets, Peter 409 Bellows, George 525 Beneduce, Antimo 608 Blakelock, Ralph 312 Braun, Maurice 284 Britto, Romero 666 Burkhart, Emerson 412-414, 639-641 Burnett, Louis 465 Chagall, Marc 695 Chemiakin, Mihail 494, 610-612, 698, 699, 749 Chen ShaoMei 718 Chen Yifei 625 Cheng ShiFa 175, 471 Cheng, David 406 Choultse, Ivan 306 Cimiotti, Gustave Jr. 497 Cocteau, Jean Maurice 375 Congatkuh 638 Cope, Leslie 314 Dabich, George 522 Darling, Wilder 668 Dick, Carol 374 Disney, Walt 609 Dore, Gustave 260 Douglas, William 69 Drayton, Grace 402, 403 Eccles, James 373 Elmore, Genel 310 Emerson, William 151 Etienne, Francis-Paul 691 Fiaschi, Emilio 565 Fu BaoShi 484, 712, 722 Fusco, Henry 311 Gihachiro Okuyama 684 Girard, D. 202 Glen, Robert 301 Gorby, Gregory 430, 431 174 | GARTH’S January 26, 2013

Gray, Jack Lorimer 262 Grolleron, Paul 342 Hasui Kawase 515, 517, 518, 643 Henner, Jean-Jacques 585 Hickory Chair Company 662 Hickory White 305 Hiroshi Yoshida 516, 644-647, 649, 674 Hopkins, James Roy 498 Huang BingHong 483 Jacoulet, Paul 512-514 Jin Le Ying 689 Johnson, Frank Tenney 207 Korolchuk, Viktor 407 Kronberg, Louis 397 Larsson, Carl 410 Le Brum, Elisabeth 582 Lepicie, Francois Bernard 500 Lewkart 690 Li Hong Zhang 597 Li Shijiao 452 Liu Kuining 485 Llimona, Rafael 751 Lorjou, Bernard 405 Martin, Charles 204 Max, Peter 432 Meshberg, Lev 315, 437-439, 636, 637, 750 Miller, Charles 307 Miro, Joan 693, 696 Ogden, Frederick 581 Oliver, Lewis 653A Pan Zhen Lian 682 Picasso, Pablo 538 Potter, William 492 Pu Ru 173, 713 Qi BaiShi 714 Qian SongYan 717 Qiao BingZhen 731 Ramsden, Omar 351 Ranger, Henry 152 Ries, Christopher 567 Robbe, Henri 523 Rorimer Brooks 23-27, 46-48 Sarra, Manilo 403A

Scattola, Ferruccio 304 Schille, Alice 466, 489 Schimon, R. 435 Sharp, Dorothea 230 Shaw, Evelyn 488 Simson, Bevlyn 398 Song Baiping 642 Speicher, Eugene 526 Springer, Carl 667 Stobbaerts, Marcel 499 Svalyachik, Petro 408 Takahashi Shotei 687 Thors, Joseph 404 Tiffany, Louis Comfort 299 Tlempol, B. 664 Truelove, Brian 403B Tsuchiya Koitsu 677 Vasarely, Victor 761 Villon, Jacques 491 Wang XueTao 506 WangJian 511 Watanabe, Sadeo 482 Weir, John Ferguson 692 Wesson, Robert 669 Wilson, W. 205 Wu ChangShou 505 Wu Hao 564 Wu HuFan 504 Yablonskaya, Tatiana 376 Yu Hui 458A Yu Zhixue 479 Zaitsev, Slava 697 Zhang Daiqian 473 Zhao ShaoAng 472 Zorn, Anders 539-542, 614, 694


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GARTH’S POLICY (continued)

CONDITION REPORTS: Absentee bidders should call for an updated condition report. This report supersedes the catalog description. Our staff will take a list of the items you would like examined and give you a time to call back for a detailed report. Photographs are also available for a nominal fee.

ABSENTEE BIDS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. accepts absentee bids including internet bids. These bids are given to an experienced bidder to execute competitively. All absentee items are purchased as inexpensively as possible. Although our absentee bidding system is 100% honest, it is not foolproof and Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is not responsible for failing to execute any absentee bids. A $50.00 minimum bid is required on all lots. Absentee bids must be submitted in (a minimum of) $5.00 increments. Increments less than $5.00 will not be observed. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. also accepts telephone and live auction internet bids. For phone bidding it is to your advantage and we strongly recommend placing a “back up bid”.

BIDDING INCREMENTS Absentee and saleroom bidders should be aware of the following bidding increments, to which our auctioneers adhere: $0-500 $500-1,000 $1,000-3,000 $3,000-5,000 $5,000-10,000 $10,000-30,000

$25 $50 $100 $250 $500 $1,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion

$30,000-50,000 $50,000-100,000 $100,000-300,000 $300,000-500,000 $500,000 & up

$2,500 or Auctioneers discretion $5,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion $10,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion $25,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion Auctioneer’s discretion

BUYERS PREMIUM: A buyer’s premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price. The buyer’s premium is 17.5% of the successful bid price of each lot up to and including $100,000, and 12.5% on any amount in excess of $100,000.

SALES TAX: Buyers are required to pay state and local sales tax unless exempted by law. If exempt, buyers must file a tax exemption form with Garth’s Auctions, Inc. before any exemption can be made.

PAYMENT: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. accepts cash, personal and certified checks or VISA® and MasterCard® as payment for items purchased. Current identification (valid driver’s license) may be required. Garth's accepts payment in USD only; any currency-conversion fees are at the expense of the buyer. Wire transfer information is available by contacting our office. Items may not leave the premises until payment is made. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise until a check has cleared. A fee of $50 will be assessed on all returned checks. If payment has not been initiated within 10 days after the auction, Garth's reserves the right to charge the credit card on file. A fee of 1.5% per month of the total invoice, in addition to storage charges, will be charged (minimum finance charge $10) on all invoices not paid by the 28th day after the auction.

PACKING AND SHIPPING: Clients are invited to pick-up purchased items at our auction location during regular business hours or have items shipped by a company of their choosing. Should you require shipping assistance, please call us or visit the shipping concierge page on our website for a list of suggested shipping contractors. If you plan to pick-up your items, please let Garth's know as soon as possible, so that we may have items accessible for you. Purchasers utilizing shipping services will be charged by the company selected for packing, handling, postage and insurance. Garth's Auctions, Inc. is in no way responsible for the acts or omissions of independent contractors, packers or carriers of purchased merchandise. *Note: Regarding the shipment of firearms: please be aware that many restrictions apply to the international shipment of firearms, antique or otherwise. Ivory cannot be shipped outside of the USA. Your winning bid will not be canceled, rescinded, or retracted due to an international shipping limitation. It is your responsibility to resolve shipping issues PRIOR to bidding in this (or any other) auction.

STORAGE: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. requires that purchased items must be removed from the premises within 15 days of the auction unless other arrangements have been made. A notice of 24 hours must be given before items are picked up. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to charge a fee of $5 per day, per item, if not removed within the requested time frame. Items not removed after 60 days may, at the discretion of Garth’s Auctions, Inc., be sold without notice to the original purchaser, to cover the cost of the merchandise and storage charges. Items are stored at the buyer’s risk. | 177


GARTH’S POLICY (continued)

ONLINE BIDDING: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. may offer online bidding on specific catalogued auctions. For availability and online bidding policies visit our website garths.com.

FIREARMS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. follows all Federal Firearms Regulations. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS: Bidding on any item indicates the bidder’s acceptance of the terms and conditions of Garth’s Auctions, Inc.’s policy. We would like to thank you for your interest and participation.

OTHER INFORMATION FOR OUR CUSTOMERS CATALOG SUBSCRIPTIONS: $165.00 per year. All catalogues. (Includes complimentary subscription to Garth’s Eclectic Auction Brochures, $15.00 value). We are now accepting VISA® and MasterCard® for subscriptions and catalogue orders. Call 740.362.4771 or email info@garths.com.

CONSIGNMENTS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. will assist you by selling one item, a collection or an entire estate. For consignment inquiries and appointments call one of our representatives: Jeff Jeffers, Steve Bemiller, Andrew Richmond or Jared Wells. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is also licensed to sell real estate.

TRUSTS AND ESTATES: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. often works with bankers, trust officers, lawyers and others with the responsibility for dispersing estates. We will work with you and your representative to discuss you estate planning needs.

APPRAISALS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. provides appraisal services for insurance, estate tax, family division and other purposes.

HOTELS

Best Western Delaware Inn (Delaware)* Best Western Franklin Park (Polaris) Comfort Inn (Delaware) * Comfort Inn (Polaris) Days Inn (Worthington) Hilton Garden Inn (Polaris) Holiday Inn Express (Delaware)* Holiday Inn (Worthington) Marriott Courtyard (Worthington) Red Roof Inn (Worthington) Travelodge (Delaware)* The Winter Street Inn*

RESTAURANTS (within 20 minutes)

740-363-3510 614-396-5100 740-363-8869 614-791-9700 614-436-0556 614-846-8884 740-362-3036 614-436-0700 614-436-7070 614-846-3001 740-369-4421 740-990-8695

* At time of publication, discount will be given to Garth’s clients. Please inquire at time of reservation to confirm. Family pets are currently welcome. Please confirm this policy when making reservation. Fees may apply.

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614-888-3881 614-410-0310 614-410-3474 614-840-9090 614-846-9744 614-431-5598 614 985-9667

RESTAURANTS (Delaware area)

Amatos Woodfired Pizza Buns Chandra's Bistro (Korean, sushi) Chelly Belly Chipotle Mi Cerrito Nova Old Bag of Nails Vaquero’s

740-369-8797 740-363-2867 740-362-9227 740-369-5792 740-369-6360 740-363-1587 740-362-4810 740-368-8083 740-362-0919


DIRECTIONS TO GARTH’S AUCTIONS, INC. 2690 Stratford Road, P.O. Box 369, Delaware, Ohio 43015 Phone: 740-362-4771 • Fax: 740-363-0164 Website: www.garths.com • E-Mail: info@garths.com Garth’s is located north of Columbus, Ohio approximately thirty minutes from the Columbus International Airport. FROM THE CINCINNATI AREA: Take I-71 North to Columbus. Then take Rt. 315N to 270E to 23N. Follow 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a golf club on your right and the Methodist Theological Seminary. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the buildings on your left. FROM THE CLEVELAND AREA: Take I-71 South to Route 36/37 (Delaware/Sunbury exit 131). Take this route into Delaware, and turn left on Route 23 South. Turn left onto Stratford Road (at the sixth traffic light). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM COLUMBUS AIRPORT: Take I-670 East to I-270 North (or West) to Cleveland. The first exit past I-71 s Route 23 North—Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM THE DAYTON AREA: Take I-75 North to I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM INDIANAPOLIS: Take I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM PITTSBURGH: Take I-79 South to I-70 West to Columbus. Take I-270 to I-71 North to the Polaris Exit (Route 750). Turn left and follow 750 to Route 23 North (turn right). You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. | 179


GARTH’S AUCTION ABSENTEE BID FORM AND FINANCIAL REFERENCE FOR NEW BIDDERS Sale Date:

I have examined these items.

Name:

Bidder No.

Street: City:

State:

Telephone #:

Fax #:

Zip: Email:

Garth’s may, on my behalf, enter bids on the following lots to the maximum price I have indicated for each lot. I understand that if my bid is successful, the purchase price will be the sum of my final bid plus a premium (see policy) of the bid and an applicable sales tax. Garth’s will execute these bids competitively and make all reasonable attempts to purchase items as inexpensively as possible. Garth’s absentee bidding system is 100% honest but is not foolproof. Absentee bidders are subject to the terms and conditions as outlined in Garth’s policy in the catalog. CATALOG or LOT NUMBER

SHO RT DESCRIPTION OF LOT

To allow us to process your bids, bidders not yet known to Garth’s should supply the following information at least 3 days prior to the auction. We thank you!

Name of Bank:

YOU MAY FAX THIS TO GARTH’S AT (740) 363-0164. PLEASE SUBMIT ADDITIONAL BIDS ON OTHER PAPER

Contact Person:

ANY QUESTIONS CALL (740) 362-4771

Address of Branch:

Branch Phone No.: Branch Fax No.: Your Signature: (I authorize Garth’s Auction to contact the above institution.) Credit Card Number: (Visa & Mastercard Only)

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Asian, European & American Paintings, Fine and Decorative Arts

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January 26, 2013

January 26, 2013


Garth's Auctions January 2013: Asian, American & European Paintings, Fine & Decorative Arts