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Fine & Contemporary Art and Asian, Continental, English & American Furniture and Decorative Arts


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Saturday July 25, 2009 Starting at 10:00 AM Lots 1 – 484 Antiques by the very nature of their age, have wear that reflects their years of use. As a result, honest wear earned from use is to be expected and is sometimes the proof that an item is an antique. Normal wear will not be listed.


1 ROCOCO REVIVAL HALL CLOCK. Labeled for the A.B. Closson Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, early 20th century, oak. Scrollwork pediment over reeded and fluted columns and resting on paw feet. The movement has a brass and iron face, a sun-moon-ship dial arch, nine tubes, and strikes the Westminster, Trinity, or Notre Dame chimes. Retains its original finish, only minor imperfections. 98 1/2”h. 30 1/2”w. 18 1/2”d.

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Closson’s has been a staple of the Cincinnati retail scene since the late 19th century. The present clock was likely retailed by Closson just after the turn of the 20th century and was made by the firm of Francis Bawo and Charles Dotter of New York. Bawo and Dotter were initially importers of glass and china, but hired Charles A. Jacques in 1895 to oversee the sale of hall clocks. Initially Jacques used Elliot movements, but began, in 1898, using German Elite movements. The tubes on the present clock are marked for Elite. The case is identical to a number 4 Bawo and Dotter clock that sold at Cowan’s in April 2007, lot 109, though the present case retains its original carved cartouche. See Spittler, Spittler, and Bailey, American Clockmakers and Watchmakers, pp. 29-30. $2,500-$3,500


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2 LANDSCAPE SIGNED HUBERT DELORME (FRANCE, 1842-1894). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Sunlit scene of the Vivarais mountains. 10 3/4”h. 13 7/8”w., in a gold painted frame, 21”h. 24 1/2”w. $800-$1,600 3 LANDSCAPE SIGNED “G. JENSON” (20TH CENTURY). Oil on masonite, signed lower right. Impasto of travellers on a tree lined road. 20”h. 28”w., 27”h. 35”w. $500-$700

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4 BOW GLACIER AND LAKE IN CANADIAN ROCKIES BY LOUIS WILLIAM BONSIB (INDIANA, 1892-1971). Oil on canvas, signed lower right and on back with title. View of the lake past pine trees. 26”h. 30 1/4”w., in a white-painted frame, 31”h. 35 1/2”w. $500-$800

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5 VILLAGE SCENE (EUROPEAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on masonite, illegible signature lower right. Street with steeple in the background. 18”h. 22”w., in a gilt frame, 27 1/4”h. 31 1/4”w. $200-$300 6 LANDSCAPE BY DOUGLAS FRASER (CALIFORNIA, 1883-1955). Watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Dunes under a blue sky. 13 5/8”h. 20”w., in a frame, 16”h. 22 1/2”w. $400-$600

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7 INLAID BOX. English, late 19th century, mahogany veneer. Lockbox with inlay and a drawer secured with a pin. Covered with marbleized paper on the inside and bottom. Minor loss and repair to inlay. 6 1/4”h. 14”w. 7 1/4”d. $150-$300

9 TWO PIECES OF IMARI. Japanese, late 19th-early 20th century. Vase and dish both fitted with ormolu mounts. Typical red and blue designs with green accents. Dish, 13”w. 8 1/2”h. Vase 13 1/4”h. $200-$500

8 TEA CADDY. Probably English, 1st half-19th century, burl veneer and pine. Coffered lid, inlaid seams and edges, cast pulls in the form of fruit baskets and two lidded compartments, all supported on round brass feet. Slight imperfections. 6”h. 7 1/4”w. 4 1/4”d. $200-$400

10 TWO INLAID TEA CADDIES. Probably English, 1st half-19th century. Small square mahogany veneer over pine single compartment box with traces of paper lining. Inlaid patera on lid. 4 1/4”h. 4 3/4”w. 3 3/4”d. Together with a domed lid burl and inlaid box that opens to two lidded compartments. Minor imperfections. 4 1/2”h. 7”w. 4 1/4”d. $200-$400 11 LOUIS XVI-STYLE COMMODE CHEST. French, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany, pine, figured veneer, marble. Molded edge serpentine rose marble top above conforming case having three drawers with ormolu trimmed panels, flanked by turned columns supported by tapered fluted legs with brass caps. 32”h. 41 1/2”w. 18 1/2”d. $400-$700

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12 LOUIS XVI-STYLE LADIES’ DESK. French, 19th century, walnut, oak, veneer. Small standing desk with lively parquetry block design. Slanted writing surface lifts to storage compartment. Faux leather bound volumes of Voltaire and Rousseau slide apart to reveal additional storage. Additional pull-out writing surface. Two small and one long drawer on desk sides. Tapered legs end in brass caps. Imperfections. 46”h. 24”w. 18”d. $400-$800 13 LOUIS XVI-STYLE OVAL TABLE. Probably French, mid 20th century, mahogany and marble. White marble top with ormolu border and pierced gallery, single drawer all supported by fluted legs.29”h. 27”w. 20”d. Purchased at the Anna Thomson Dodge, Rose Terrace sale, September 27-29, 1971. $300-$600

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14 LANDSCAPE BY PIET VAN WYNGAERDT (DUTCH, 1873-1964). Oil on oak board, signed lower right and on tag on back. Image of a cottage in a field. 14”h. 18 1/8”w., in a gold painted frame, 23”h. 27”w. $1,500-$2,000

15 PORTRAIT OF A BOY IN THE STYLE OF EASTMAN JOHNSON (MASSACHUSETTS, 1824-1906). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Young boy standing at a creek with a log cabin in the background. Repair. 15 1/2”h. 12”w., in a gilt frame (edge loss), 23 1/2”h. 19 3/4”w. $400-$600

16 CLASSICAL-STYLE CONFERENCE TABLE. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany and mahogany veneer. Straight ended oval top with molded edges on a double pedestal base. Minor imperfections. 29 1/2”h. 48”w. 96”l. $450-$900

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18 SAVARANOLA-STYLE ARMCHAIR. Probably European, late 19th century, walnut. Ornately carved chair having a stylized owl topped with a cap-like finial on the center back, terminating in a lion's head, the paw upholding an open book. Carved foliate designs on the arms, supports and legs. Slat seat. Minor imperfections. 15"h. (seat), 40 1/2"h.(overall). $300-$500 19 CARVED ARMCHAIR. Probably European, 2nd half-19th century, walnut. Elaborately carved chair having a oval pierce carved back decorated with three heads. On the crest is a bewigged gentleman, flanked by male and female heads in what appear to be feather headdresses. Shaped, incised seat. Old ,if not original, dark finish. Minor imperfections. 17 1/2"h. (seat), 47"h. (overall). $400-$600 17

17 TAPESTRY. Probably European, late 19th century, wool and cotton. Huntsmen with hounds and mounted rider, surrounded by floral border. Some fading. 80”l. 65”w. $350-$600

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20 FIREPLACE ITEMS. European, late 19th-early 20th century, brass. Pictured is a coal hod made of tin and wood covered in brass. Serpentine front. 15”h. 18 3/4”w. 13”d. Together with a pair of small andirons with exaggerated curves, 13 1/2”h. and three fireplace tools. $200-$400 21 PAIR OF CARVED BOOKCASES. Probably English, late 19th century, oak. Dovetailed cases with removable cornices. Ornately carved facings have lion heads, fruit, and human faces. Gadrooned shelf edges. 48"h. 40 1/2"w. 12 1/2"d. $400-$700 22 PAIR OF FAUTEUIL ARMCHAIRS. Probably European, early 20th century, walnut. Open-arm chairs with exposed framework with carved leaves and molded edges. Brightly colored wool needlework upholstery. Slight imperfections. 20”h. (seat ), 54”h.(overall). $300-$600


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23 LARGE JACOBEAN-STYLE ARMCHAIR. American or European, late 19th century, walnut. Ornately hand-carved crest, arms, feet and stretchers with older wool needlework upholstered seat and back. Minor imperfections. 18”h. (seat), 50”h. (overall). $250-$500 24 STRETCHER BASE TABLE. European, 19th century, walnut and pine. Single board 1 1/2” thick top with some figured graining over a carved front single drawer, shaped apron and block turned legs connected by box stretcher. Pegged and dovetailed construction. Imperfections. 27”h. 32 3/4”w. 21 1/2”d. $250-$500 25 THREE JACOBEAN-STYLE CHAIRS. Probably European, late 19th century, oak. Two armchairs and one side chair with very similar carved arched crests, stiles and seat rails. Two have trumpet turned front legs, the other block turned legs. All have box stretchers. Dark finish. Cut velvet cushions included with the armchairs. 18”h. (seats), 37 1/2”h., 40”h. and 41”h. (overall). $300-$550 26 FOUR ICONS. Russian or eastern European. Three are pictured with silver plate rizas with partial hallmarks. Two of those have varnished prints of saints and Mary, the third is all metal with a crucifixion. All on wooden boards covered in velvet. 12 1/2”h. 11 3/4”w. The fourth is a gilt on gesso image of Mary and Child with painted features on board. Some loss. 7”h. 5”w. $400-$800

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27 STEINWAY PIANO. New York, 1859. Rococo style parlor grand with ebonized finish. S# 21095, patent date November 28, 1859. 37 1/2”h. 84”w. 42”d. $400-$800

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28 ROSE MANDARIN VASE AND PLATTER. Chinese, 19th century, porcelain. Mandarin scenes on similar rust ground with gilt accents. Vase with ormolu mounts, 12 1/2”h. Platter with scalloped rim, 13 1/2” x 16 3/4”. Repairs. $150-$350

30 SEVEN EXPORT PLATES. Chinese, 19th century, porcelain. Four Rose Mandarin plates, 8”d., a Rose Mandarin soup, 10”d. and two Rose Medallion plates, 7 3/4”d. One plate has a small flake. $200-$300

29 ROSE MEDALLION PLATTER. Chinese, 19th century. Large platter with well and orange peel glaze. Gilt accents. Small edge flake. 12 3/4” x 16 1/2”. $300-$600

31 IMARI FISH PLATE. Japanese, late 19th-early 20th century. Fish shaped dish with designs in typical red and blue. Minor edge flakes. 11 1/2”l. $150-$300 32 PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS. Mongolian, late 19th century, hardwood. Tea chairs with shaped front stretchers, arm rails and crests. Alligatored varnish surface with original floral designs painted on the backs and solid arm panels. 21 3/4” seat, 37”h. $200-$300 33 TABLE. Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century, hardwood. Mortised construction with beading on legs. Six dovetailed drawers with brass hardware in the form of coins. Thick plank top has age splits and three patches. Refinished. 33”h. 84”w. 14”d. $400-$800 34 CABINET. Mongolian, late 19th century, hardwood. Mortised construction with two doors and one dovetailed drawer. Wrought iron hardware. Red stain with relief carved floral urns. Wear. 22”h. 18”w. 13”d. $150-$350

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35 WATER CARRIER. Chinese, 20th century, pottery. Crackleware container with cobalt and red dragon and phoenix designs. Impressed bands top and bottom. 16”h. $75-$150


36 TWO PIECES OF POTTERY. Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century. Pictured is a blue and white jardiniere with scenic design. 8 1/2”h. 7 1/2”d. Together with a shallow bowl with crackle glaze and grey songbirds in bamboo decoration, 12 1/2”d. $100-$200 37 DECORATIVE CLOISONNE EGG. Probably Japanese, early 20th century. Oversize egg featuring light pink and blue chrysanthemums on a swirled ground. 16 1/2”h. including a wooden base. $250-$450 38 CLOISONNE VASE. Chinese, 20th century, enamel and brass. Flattened form with elephant handles and floral designs featuring the Eight Buddhist Emblems. Two ring handles and two pierce carved medallions with waterfowl are probably nephrite jade. Marked on the bottom. 12 1/4“h. $1,000-$1,500

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39 TEA CADDY AND TEAPOT. Chinese, ca.1920, porcelain. Yellow glaze with brightly colored decoration. The teapot has warriors and a stamped seal on the underside, 6”h. and the caddy has bats and fruit, 6”h. $100-$300 40 CARVED PLAQUE. Asian, 20th century, jade. Pierce and relief carved plaque with a bat and dragon or serpent. 7”l. $400-$700 41 FIVE PIECES OF JEWELRY. Asian, 20th century. Three green jade bangle bracelets, one engraved with gold bats (one is cracked); a green jade beaded necklace, 19”l. and a twelve-strand coral bead necklace, 27”l. $200-$400 42 HAND MIRROR. Japanese, early 20th century. Green stone back is probably nephrite jade with applied floral design in coral, chalcedony and multicolored quartz. Ivory handle with a phoenix motif. Silvering is flaked.11”l. $150-$300

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43 CONSOLE TABLE. McGuire, San Francisco, California, late 20th century, slate, metal and bamboo. Huxley Series with bundled bamboo legs and tooled edge slate top. Minor chip on base of top. 32”h. 20”w. 60”l. $400-$600 44 THREE POTTERY VASES. Chinese, 20th century. Pictured are a pair with flared rims and blue glaze, 14 1/2”h. Together with a green glazed storage jar with molded floral designs, 12 1/4”h. $75-$150 45 SEATED BUDDHA. Asian, molded plaster. Figure made for the 1901 Pan-American Exhibition in New York. Molded designs with original paint. Base is marked “PAN AM”. Imperfections. 28”h. $150-$300 43 - 45

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46 DINING TABLE. Probably American, late 20th century, glass and metal. Two freestanding semicircular metalwork bases hold an etched 3/4” thick glass top. Slight imperfections. 30’h. 38”w. 59”l. $300-$600 10 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

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47 ROUND DINING TABLE. Neirmann-Weeks, Millersville, Maryland, 20th century, steel and composite. Custom piece with hand painted top and Turin steel base. Very slight imperfections. 60” dia. 30”h. $600-$800


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48 COMPOSITION JAUNE BY ZAO WOU-KI (CHINA, B. 1920). Colored intaglio print, signed and dated 1969 in pencil with edition number 82/95. Abstract image. 30”h. 22”w., in a modern frame, 35 1/2”h. 27 3/4”w. $700-$900 49 TRAVEL TRUNK. Chinese, 19th century. Lift top with wrought iron latch and five dovetailed drawers below with brass pulls in the form of coins. Worn red ground and the interior lid has traces of printed pictures. 14 1/2”h. 21 3/4”w. 13 1/2”d $100-$200 50 SCHOLAR’S STONE. Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century. Freeform piece of marble with brown surface and striations. Scratch carved hatch marks. 15”d. 10”h. on a wooden base. Together with a one-piece wooden dough bowl with dark patina. Edge loss and repair. 6”h., 18”x28”. $100-$200 51 MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE. Italian, late 20th century. Burl veneer with brass trim and a black marble top labeled “Made in Italy”. 34”h. 32”w. 13”d. $100-$200

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52 GEORGE III STYLE SERVER. English, 20th century, mahogany and oak. Single drawer over a lower shelf, decorated with string inlay and resting on tapered legs ending in spade feet. Minor imperfections. 36 1/2”h. 42”w. 21 1/2”d. $400-$600 52 - 54

53 PAIR OF FANCY SILVER PLATE CANDELABRA. International Silver Company, mid 20th century. Two-arm candelabra with elaborate floral and scrollwork designs. 19 1/4”h. $300-$500 54 TWO SHEFFIELD PLATE COFFEE POTS. English, 19th century, silver on copper. Both in the neoclassical taste, with engraved decoration. Some wear. 12 3/4”h. and 10 1/4”h. $150-$250

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55 TWO EARLY MAPS. Thessaliae Accurata Descriptio Autore I. Laurenbergio, Amsterdam: Joan Janssonius, 1649-1660, engraving on laid paper, with handcoloring, 15 1/2”h. 20”w. (plate), matted, 20”h. 24 1/4”w. Together with Carte De La Partie Septentrionale D’Afrique, ou de la Barbarie, Paris: Rigobert Bonne, 1787, engraving on laid paper, 9”h. 13”w., in a modern frame, 16”h. 20”w. $200-$400


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56 SNIPE SHOOTING NEAR UXBRIDGE BY ROBERT HAVELL, JR. (ENGLAND, 1793-1878). Etching and aquatint on wove paper, with handcoloring. 10 3/4”h. 14 1/4”w. (plate), in a modern frame, 20 1/4”h. 24 1/4”w. $150-$250 57 THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. English, mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Hexagonal base, 6 3/4”h.; squared base with ejector hole in socket, 7”h.; and octagonal base, 6 3/4”h. Softened edges from polishing. $300-$600 58 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Toby jug of a man with a rabbit, 8”h. Together with a fan and bird bowl marked “Wedgwood” with English registry mark, 4”h. 9 1/2”d. $250-$500 59 PEARLWARE FIGURE. English, early 19th century. Prattware figure of “Summer” with cornucopia. Repair. 9 1/4”h. $300-$600

60 DELFT BOWL. Attributed to Lambeth, England, 17th century. Blue flower and butterfly design on white tin glaze. Minor rim flakes. 9 1/4”h. $100-$200 61 THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. English, mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Small with octagonal base and threaded post, 5”h.; petal base, 6 3/4”h.; and shaped base with bobeche socket (split), 8 1/4”h. $300-$600

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62 PAIR OF SHIP’S LAMPS. Phelps and Evington, Manchester, England, 2nd half-19th century, brass and glass. Impressive pair of gimbaled lamps with cut glass fonts, elaborately decorated brass mounts, and smoke bells. Imperfections. 31”h. (excluding chimneys). $600-$900

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63 PORTRAIT OF COWS BY SYLVESTER SHILEY (OHIO/CALIFORNIA, 1854-1924). Oil on canvas, signed lower right with copyright date 1904 in lower left. Four Jersey cows looking out a barn window. 13 3/4”h. 17 1/2”w. Framed under glass in a heavy ornate gilt frame that measures 22 1/2”h. 26 1/2”w. $1,500-$2,000 64 PAIR OF LANDSCAPES (AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Watercolors on paper, artist monogram in lower right. Pleasant scenes of children gathering flowers in sunny fields. Glued to artist board. 6 7/8”h. 14”w., in matching gilt frames, 13 1/2”h. 20 1/2”w. $350-$700

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65 PORTRAIT BY MURRAY MACDONALD (UNITED KINGDOM, FL. 1889-1910). Watercolor on thick stock, signed and dated 1893 in lower right. Portrait of a cavalier with plumed hat. 18 1/4”h. 14”w., in a gilt frame, 22”h. 18”w. $300-$600


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66 GENRE SCENE SIGNED C. BERGMAN, POSSIBLY CONRAD BERGMAN (GERMANY, 1886-1972). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Interior scene of a family at a table. Imperfections. 25 1/2”h. 30 1/2”w., in a gilt frame, 31”h. 35 1/2”w. $200-$400 67 LANDSCAPE BY GEORGE HENRY BOUGHTON (NEW YORK/ENGLAND, 1833-1905). Watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Hillside overlooking a town. Trimmed slightly. 5 3/4”h. 14”w., in a frame, 8 1/2”h. 16 1/2”w. $300-$600 68 SUNSET LANDSCAPE BY WILLIAM LOWRY (AMERICA, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1889. Serene lakeside landscape with a house on the far shore. Imperfections. 20”h. 16”w., in silver-painted frame, 24 1/2”h. 20 1/2”w. $1,500-$2,000

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69 GEORGE III COMMODE. English, late 18th-early 19th century, mahogany and pine. In the form of a slightly bowfront side table, with two lifting shelves, the lower revealing the chamber pot, resting on squared legs. Minor imperfections. 36”h. 26 1/2”w. 20”d. $500-$800 70 MAJOLICA JARDINIERE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Large Holdcroft cobalt urn with martin medallions resting on three winged mermaids and ending in cloven hoof feet. Professional restoration. 22”h. 17 1/2”d. $2,000-$4,000 71 MAJOLICA SCREEN. English, 2nd half-19th century. Ornate ironwork frame holds a large religious majolica panel. 38”h. 42”w. $300-$500

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72 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Blackberries cake stand, 2”h. 9”d. Together with a bamboo on cobalt plate by Fielding. Rim flake, 7 1/2”d. $250-$450

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73 FIVE PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Wild rose chamberstick, 3”h. Together with four green leaf plates marked “Late Spode”. Minor flakes, 9”d. $300-$400


74 THREE MAJOLICA PLATES. English, 2nd half-19th century. Pictured is holly on lavender plate with tortoise shell center, 8 1/4”d. Together with a rope and rose, 8 1/4”d. and a bellflower on cobalt, 7 3/4”d. Imperfections. $275-$475

79 FIVE PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. “Wedgwood” coral shell plate, 8 1/2”d.; two corn creamers (one has edge flake), 4” and 4 1/2”h.; and two cups and saucers, bird and fan, and shell and seaweed. $300-$500

75 TWO MAJOLICA SYRUPERS AND A CREAMER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Marked Etruscan sunflower syruper (replaced lid), 7”h. and a Holdcroft treebark syruper, 5 1/2”h. Together with a Banks and Thorley bamboo and basketweave creamer with an English registry mark, 3 1/4”h. $250-$450

80 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Plate marked “Wedgwood”, 9 1/2”d., and a dish with similar design and lavender rim, 10 1/2” x 14”. $300-$400

76 MAJOLICA DOG DISH. English, 2nd half-19th century. Turquoise dish on four feet marked for George Jones, 3 1/4”h. 9 1/2”l. $500-$800 77 RARE MAJOLICA MUFFIN DISH. English, 2nd half-19th century. Apple blossom on cobalt covered muffin dish marked for George Jones with an English registry mark. 6”h. 10”d. $3,000-$3,500 78 MAJOLICA PALISSY DISH. Portugal, 2nd half-19th century. Heavily decorated dish marked “Jose Cunha” featuring reptiles and insects on a coleslaw ground, 3”h. 7 1/2”d. $400-$800

81 TWO MAJOLICA PLATES. English, 2nd half-19th century. Argenta fruit plates marked “Wedgwood”, 9”d. $350-$700 82 MAJOLICA BOWL AND UNDERPLATE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Samuel Lear waterlily bowl with pink interior and matching underplate. 3”h. overall. 12 1/4”l. $400-$600 83 MAJOLICA SARDINE BOX. English, 2nd half-19th century. Lidded pink box with underplate and fish handles. Marked for George Jones. Some Professional restoration. 4”h. 8 3/4”l. $500-$800

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84 NINE-PIECE CHIPPENDALE-STYLE DINING ROOM SET. Probably American, mid 20th century, mahogany and figured veneer. Cabriole leg extension table with two self-stored leaves. 30”h, 39”w, 65”l, 109”l. (with leaves). Six pierced splat side chairs with slip seats in maroon velvet. 18”h. (seat), 39 1/2”h. (overall). Serpentine sideboard with detachable gallery, bank of drawers on end, shelved cabinets behind the other doors. 43”h., 94”l., 22 1/2”w. Matching two-piece breakfront with, glass shelves above and cabinets below. 72”h. 52 1/2”w., 19”d. Well constructed set: solid woods, inlaid edge on shelves and matched carved designs. Slight imperfections. $500-$1,000

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85 CHIPPENDALE STYLE SOFA. Attributed to Kittinger, 20th century, New York, mahogany. Rose red upholstery with quail design. Imperfections. $400-$800 86 BLACKAMOOR. Twentieth century, hardwood. Carved figure holding a gilt cornucopia candle holder. Tripod base. Paint flakes and base splits. 67 3/4”h. $1,000-$1,500 87 PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY YOUNG LADY (20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, illegibly signed lower left. Half-length portrait of a pretty young lady wearing a frilly bonnet. 30”h. 24”w., in a gilt frame, 38”h. 32”w. 86

A note on verso indicates that the artist is “Gertlon” (France/America, b. 1892). $300-$500 88 CHINESE-STYLE SILVER CHEST. Drexel, Thomasville, North Carolina, mid 20th century, hardwood. Doors decorated with painted oriental landscape with seated figure open to fitted interior lined with silver cloth. Lined full width drawer below. Brushed ivory finish. Minor wear. 46”h. 26”w. 16”d. $225-$450 87

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89 PAIR OF STONE GARDEN LANTERNS. Asian, 20th century. Six-piece lanterns with low relief carved dragons and flowers. Pierced slots allow light to shine through. 46”h. $150-$350 90 GRINDING WHEEL. Asian, late 19th-early 20th century, granite. White and grey striated stone. 13 1/2”d. 17”l. $75-$150 91 CLOTHES PRESS. Chinese, late 19th century, softwood. Double doors with moon brasses over two dovetailed drawers, and interior with single shelf. Red stain remains on the front. Refinished with ended out legs. 68 1/2”h. 41”w. 22”d. $200-$500 92 BENCH. Chinese, early 20th century, hardwood. Mortised construction with shaped feet and stretchers. 21 1/4”h. 39”w. 12”d. $150-$300 93 SIDE TABLE. Chinese, early 20th century, elm. Mortised construction with beading on the legs. Three dovetailed drawers with brass hardware. Repaired leg split. 33 3/4”h. 35 3/4”w. 9 7/8”d. $200-$300

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96 PAIR OF STONE STATUES. Asian, 20th century. Buddhist Lohan figures dressed in robes. 35 1/2”h. $250-$500 97 STREET SCENE WITH STONE GATE (BEIJING ARTIST, 21ST CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 2002 on the back. Scene of an ancient stone wall and gate. 32”h. 39 1/2”w., in a modern frame, 37”h. 45”w. $150-$300

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98 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE OFFICE CREDENZA. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany and oak. Narrow desk style credenza with beaded drawers on one end and cabinet with adjustable shelf on the other. Drawers over the kneehole and above the cabinet. Minor imperfections. 30 1/2”h. 91”l. 19 1/2”d. $1,000-$1,500 99 FEDERAL-STYLE STAND. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Tapered leg stand with pull slide. Dish top. 25”h. 16 1/2”dia. $225-$450

100 PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE-STYLE CANDLESTANDS. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Dish tops over vasiform columns, cabriole legs and pad feet. Minor surface imperfections. 25”h. 17 3/4”dia. $300-$600 101 PAIR OF GEORGIAN-STYLE COFFEE TABLES. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Square with molded tops, lower shelves and straight legs. Shaped aprons. Match lot 159. Minor imperfections. 21’”h. 32”w. 32”d. $300-$600 102 MAJOLICA PITCHER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Iris and waterlily on cobalt by George Jones. Professional restoration. 8 1/2”h. $800-$1,000 103 MAJOLICA PITCHER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Turquoise stork with cobalt handle. 9”h. Ex Marilyn Karmason Collection. $300-$500

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104 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Pink strawberry plate marked “Etruscan”. Filled in rim flake, 9 1/4”d. Together with a compote with bellflowers on cobalt, 5 1/4”h. 9 1/2”d. $400-$700


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105 MAJOLICA JARDINIERE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Oblong with roses and elephant handles. Imperfections. 5 3/4”h. 14”l. $300-$500 106 MAJOLICA OYSTER PLATE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Fish pattern with cobalt cracker well. 10”d. $250-$450 107 MAJOLICA OYSTER PLATE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Seafoam pattern marked “Minton”. Filled flake. 9”d. $250-$450 108 TWO MAJOLICA PITCHERS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Figural bear by Holdcroft, 10 1/8”h. Together with a pitcher with seahorses marked “Wedgwood”, 6 1/2”h. Professional restoration. $400-$600

109 MAJOLICA CAKE STAND. English, 2nd half-19th century. Bird with “Merry Xmas and Happy New Year” banner. By the Eureka Pottery Company. Ex Marilyn Karmason Collection. 4 1/4”h. 9 1/2”d. $500-$800 110 TWO MAJOLICA PLATES. English, 2nd half-19th century. Turquoise fish plates marked “Holdcroft”. One has Professional restoration. 8 1/2”d. $300-$400 111 MAJOLICA OYSTER PLATE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Scarce crescent shape marked “Copeland”, 9 1/4”l. $600-$800 112 MAJOLICA SARDINE BOX. English, 2nd half-19th century. Turquoise with sardine handle. Lidded with attached underplate. Marked “Minton”. Professional restoration. 3”h. 8”l. $500-$900 | 23


113 INLAID MINIATURE TALL CLOCK. American, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany. Federal style clock with banded and medallion inlay. Waterbury clock insert. Crest is repaired. 17 1/2”h. $200-$400 114 PITCHER AND PLATE. Second half-19th century. English scenic pitcher with a ship impressed “Wardle”, 4 3/4”h. Together with a Continental reticulated, hand decorated plate with an armorial design featuring a squirrel, 10”d. $200-$300

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115 BISQUE BUTTER DISH. English, 2nd half-19th century. Covered butter dish with molded floral designs and matching underplate. The lid has a cow finial. Impressed “Copeland”. Edge damage to horns. 5 1/2”h. 6 1/2”d. $150-$350 116 FIGURAL SPICE BOX. Judaic brass bull spice box with an inscription on the back. Used during Havdala. 2 1/2”l. $150-$350 117 NINE DELFT TYPE TILES. Continental, 20th century. Pottery tiles with polychrome designs of animals. Partial impressed marks. Minor flakes, 5” x 5”. $200-$500 118 GEORGE III CARD TABLE. English, late 18th-early 19th century, mahogany, oak and pine. Figured mahogany veneer on the top with a single drawer and resting on tapered legs. Imperfections. 29”h. 33”w. 16 1/4”d. (closed) 32 1/2”d. (open). $300-$500 119 SHERATON-STYLE CARD TABLE. American, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany, walnut, and pine. Shaped top over a frieze with inlaid tombstones, all resting on carved and reeded legs. Refinished. 29 3/4”h. 36”w. 17 1/4”d. $200-$400

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120 THREE PIECES OF EARLY SHEFFIELD PLATE. English, 19th century, silver on copper. Includes a pair of reticulated bottle coasters with mahogany inserts, 5 1/2”d., together with a George III-style plate with a gadrooned rim and engraved dragon’s head, 11 1/4”d. $150-$250

124 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE PIANO BENCH. Kittinger Furniture Company, Buffalo, New York, first half-20th century, mahogany. Acanthus-carved knees and ball and claw feet, and retaining its original finish and upholstery. 18”h. 41”w. 16”d. $150-$250

121 TWO PAIR OF GLASS DECANTERS. Both late 19th-early 20th century. A pair of ovoid-form decanters with delicate floral etching, 10 1/2”h. Together with a pair of silver-mounted, geometric decanters with etched baskets of flowers, 9 1/2”h. $150-$250

125 SET OF FOUR DECORATED VICTORIAN CHAIRS. English, late 19th century, mixed woods. Delicate form with faux rosewood graining and hand painted flowers. Imperfections. 16”h. seat, 33 3/4”h. overall. $200-$300

122 FINE PAIR OF CUT GLASS DECANTERS. Possibly Anglo-Irish, 19th century. Baluster-form with diamond point decoration and resting on square bases. Minor imperfections. 13 1/4”h. $150-$250

126 PAIR OF BRASS CHIPPENDALE-STYLE ANDIRONS. Twentieth century. Urn and flame finials and resting on ball and claw feet. Minor imperfections. 32 1/2”h. $150-$250

123 SIX VICTORIAN SIDE CHAIRS. European, 19th century, mixed woods. Open backs with carved crests, cabriole legs with slipper feet and floral upholstery. Some imperfections. 18” seat, 35”h. $300-$400

127 THREE BOOKS ILLUSTRATED BY GUSTAVE DORE (FRANCE, 1833-1883). Includes Michaud, History of the Crusades, Philadelphia: George Barrie, n.d. (late 19th century), vol. 1 only, folio, bound in full leather; and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, New York: Harper Brothers, 1878, folio, bound in cloth; and Dore and Jerrold, “London,” published in Harper’s Weekly, 1872-3, twelve parts in one folio volume, bound in cloth. All descended in a southwest Ohio family. $300-$500

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128 BRONZE SCULPTURE TITLED CREST OF THE WAVE BY HARRIET WHITNEY FRISHMUTH (NEW YORK, 1880-1980). Signed and dated 1925. Marked for the Gorham Co. Foundry with QHFL. Standing on a black marble base, 21 1/4”h. overall. $6,000-$8,000

129 BRONZE SCULPTURE TITLED DESHA BY HARRIET WHITNEY FRISHMUTH (NEW YORK, 1880-1980). Signed and dated 1927, and marked by the Gorham Foundry. Resting on a black marble base. 14 3/4”h. $3,000-$6,000

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130 LARGE “NIPPON” VASE. Marked for Noritake, Japan, 1911-1921, porcelain. Elaborate enamel and gilt decoration and four landscape panels. 15 1/2”h. For another vase of the same form, see Jackson’s (Iowa), August 2005, lot 245. $600-$900 131 ARTS AND CRAFT CORNER CABINET. Probably American, late 19th-early 20th century, oak, pine. Small cabinet with single pane glass door, opening to two shelves having a decorative openwork apron. In an older, dark surface. 52 ½“h. 25 ½“w. Takes 16” corner. $300-$550 132 ARTS AND CRAFTS LIBRARY TABLE. American, late 19th-early 20th century, oak and pine. Framed top overhangs long single drawer, slatted sides and lower shelf with through tenons. Minor imperfections. 30”h. 43”w. 28”d. $300-$500

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133 ROCKING CHAIR AND ARMCHAIR. American, late 19th-early 20th century, oak. Mission oak style slatback rocker with old finish (pictured). Split in seat. 16 1/2” seat, 33”h. And an Arts and Crafts ladderback armchair with faux leather seat. Refinished. 18 1/2” seat, 38”h. $200-$400 134 ARTS AND CRAFTS SMOKING STAND. American, late 19th-early 20th century, oak. Single door with amber slag glass pane and copper handle. Single interior shelf. Glass is cracked. 27 3/4”h. 17 1/2”w. 11 1/2”d. $400-$600

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135 AULDEBURGH FROM THE QUAY BY ALBERT STARLING (ENGLISH, FL. 1878-1922). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1887 lower right. Beach scene with the Auldeburgh windmill in the background. Imperfections. 12 1/4”h. 20”w., in a modern gilt frame, 17 1/2”h. 25 1/2”w. Sold at Brunk Auctions (North Carolina), March 2008, lot 390. $1,800-$2,200 136 MARBLE-TOP PIER TABLE WITH MIRROR. European, 20th century. Elaborately carved table with a pink marble top, and a matching mirror. Table is 29”h. 34”w. 17”d., mirror is 47”h. 29 1/2”w. $250-$450 137 PAIR OF LOUIS XVI-STYLE COMMODES. Probably French, 20th century, mahogany, figured veneer and marble. Bowfront cabinets with crossbanded veneer and rose marble tops. Fully turned columns with spiral inlay and brass capitals. Tapered turned feet end in brass caps. One shelf and ceramic lined compartment. 32”h. 18”w. 16”d. $300-$550 138 FRENCH-STYLE MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE. European, 20th century, hardwood with burl veneer. Shaped table with brass trim and ormolu mounts on the cabriole legs. Single dovetailed drawer. 29 1/2”h. 24”w. 13 1/2”d. $150-$300 28 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

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139 LOUIS XV-STYLE LADY’S DESK. French, early 20th century, mixed woods, veneer. Small two-piece desk, cabinet with figured veneer doors, molded edge table with single drawer, supported by cabriole legs. Ornamented with crossbanding and ormolu mounts. Minor imperfections. 62”h. 27”w. 20 1/2”d. $300-$600

140 PAIR OF LOUIS XVI-STYLE STANDS. Probably French, mid 20th century, tulipwood and kingwood veneer and marble. White marble tops with ormolu borders and pierced galleries, single drawers and tapered legs also bordered in ormolu. Crossbanded veneer on sides, drawers and legs. 29 ½“h. 20”w. 12”d. Purchased at the Anna Thomson Dodge, Rose Terrace sale, September 27-29, 1971. $350-$700

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141 GENRE SCENE (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Interior scene with a man and his pet dog. Newcastle on Tyne preparer’s stencil on canvas. Repair. 24”h. 18”w., in a frame, 31”h. 25”w. $300-$500 142 LANDSCAPE BY WILLIAM STEELINK (NETHERLANDS, 1826-1913). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Shepherd and his flock near a thatched cottage. Revarnished. 15 3/4’h. 19 3/4”w., in a modern frame, 22 1/2”h. 26 1/2”w. $700-$1,000 143 OVER THE MANTLE MIRROR. American, 1820-1840, gilt wood. Three-part mirror with turned half columns and molded foliate designs. 67 ½”l. 27 ½”h. $300-$600 142 | 29


144 MAJOLICA WALL POCKET. English, 2nd half-19th century. Swan and cattails. Professional restoration. Ex Marilyn Karmason Collection. 10”h. $450-$650

149 MAJOLICA SARDINE BOX. English, 2nd half-19th century. Grey basketweave with shell finial. Lid and attached underplate marked “Wedgwood”, 2 1/2”h. 7 1/2”l. $500-$700

145 MAJOLICA CHARGER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Sickle and wheat pattern marked “Wedgwood”. Professional restoration, 13”d. $300-$600

150 MAJOLICA FIGURAL HUMIDOR. Continental, 2nd half-19th century. Bull with an umbrella. 5”h. $250-$450

146 THREE MAJOLICA PITCHERS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Two corn, 8” and 9”h. and a gurgling cod, 11 1/2”h. $300-$400 147 MAJOLICA FIGURAL DISH. English, 2nd half-19th century. Leaf dish with a squirrel eating a nut. Marked for George Jones with an English registry mark. 4 3/4”h. 10 1/2”w. $700-$900 148 FOUR PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Three pineapple creamers, one with a rope twist handle, 2 34”, 3 3/4”, 4 1/4”h. Together with a basket with rope handle, possibly Wedgwood. 3 1/2”h. $300-$600

151 MAJOLICA FIGURAL HUMIDOR. Continental, 2nd half-19th century. Frog with pipe. 7 1/2”h. $300-$500 152 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE COFFEE TABLE. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Drop leaf table with straight molded legs, pierced brackets and X-stretcher base. Minor imperfections. 19”h. 42”w. 20”d. (closed) 35”d. (open). $300-$600 153 QUEEN ANNE-STYLE TEA TABLE. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Round top over turned pedestal supported on tripod legs ending with pad feet. Dark finish. 28” 26 1/2”dia. $300-$600 154 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE SIDE TABLE. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Two-tier table with half inch deep tray top, applied turned rounds on tops of the molded straight legs and cutout handholds on the shaped apron. Minor surface imperfections. 26”h. 25”w. 25”d. $250-$450

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155 THREE MAJOLICA PITCHERS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Graduated JRL set with fish on cobalt ground. Glaze wear. 5 1/2”, 6 1/2”, 7 1/4”h. $350-$700 156 MAJOLICA CENTER PIECE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Trefoil lily pad marked “Minton”. Professional restoration. 12 1/2”d. $500-$800 157 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. “Wedgwood” argenta platter with corn and poppy design. Short hairlines. 9 1/2” x 13”. Together with a lily pad footed bowl, 3 1/4”h. 8 1/2”d. $250-$500 158 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. Second half-19th century. French asparagus plate marked “Luneville”, 8”d. and an English pitcher marked “Wedgwood” with an English registry mark. Hops on cobalt ground. Professional restoration. 8 1/2”h. $400-$500 159 GEORGIAN-STYLE SIDE TABLE. Kittinger Furniture Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Rectangular occasional table with shaped apron. The legs, top and shelf edges are molded. Matches lot 101. Slight finish imperfections. 30”h. 14”w. 32”l. $300-$500

160 GEORGIAN-STYLE COFFEE TABLE. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Rectangular table with shaped apron, lower shelf, molded edge and legs. Matches lots 101 and 159. Minor imperfections.17”h. 22”w. 48”l. $225-$450 161 THREE MAJOLICA PITCHERS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Two corn, 7 1/2” and 8 1/4”h. Together with a gurgling cod. Glaze wear, 11 1/4”h. $200-$300 162 TWO MAJOLICA CAKE STANDS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Waterlily and leaf on turquoise both by Holdcroft. The first is marked “Holdcroft”, 2 1/4”h. 9 3/4”d., the second has a monogram, 2 1/4”h. 9 1/2”d. $300-$600 163 MAJOLICA PLATTER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Boat platter with waves and seaweed. Marked “Wedgwood”, 10 1/2” x 13”. $300-$600 164 MAJOLICA JARDINIERE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Large pink and turquoise piece with drapery and satyr mask handles by George Jones. Professional restoration. 10 1/2”h. 12”d. $600-$900

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165 GRAND UNION CANAL BY WYLIE (ENGLAND, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Impressionistic view of the canal in springtime. 20”h. 16”w., in a period frame, 25”h. 21”w. Included in the lot is an early check written, presumably for the painting, with the artist’s name and the painting’s title. $250-$450 166 GILT AND DECORATED MIRROR. Probably European, late 19th century, mixed woods. Rococo-style mirror with elaborate gilt scrollwork set against a ground of dark green with flowers and cherubim. Imperfections. 39”h. 49”w. $250-$450 167 FALL LANDSCAPE BY H.C. BUNTING (AMERICA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Tranquil depiction of a country road in autumn. Imperfections. 12 1/2”h. 14 1/2”w. $200-$400

172 TWO PAIR OF TREEN CANDLESTICKS. Probably English, late 19th century, oak and mahogany. Oak pair with open barley twist stems, 8 ¼”h. Together with a mahogany pair with rope twist stems, 9 ¾”h. $200-$400 173 WATERING TROUGH. Asian, 20th century, marble. Single carved block with a drain hole. Would make a good garden planter. 13”h. 36”w. 21”d. $200-$300 174 CUPBOARD TOP. American or English, 1st half-19th century, walnut and pine. Dovetailed case with single mutli-pane door flanked by fluted pilasters and turned columns. Grungy old surface. Slight imperfections. 48”h. 40 1/2”w. 12 1/2”d. $300-$500

168 ADVANCED LOCK BY ALTINO VILLASANTE (PERU, B. 1965). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Detailed study of a door lock. 21”h. 29”w. (sight), in a contemporary frame, 30”h. 38”w. $250-$450 169 TWO GILT MIRRORS. Early 20th century. A classical mirror with an urn finial, 41 1/2”h. 26 1/2”w. Together with a Victorian-style mirror with floral decoration, 30”h. 26”w. $200-$400 170 WILLIAM AND MARY-STYLE FOLIO STAND. English, early 20th century, oak. Barley twist legs and caned panels. 26”h. $150-$250 171 CASA SER ZANA BY ALTINO VILLASANTE (PERU, B. 1965). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Front door along a dusty street. 29”h. 21”w., in a contemporary frame, 38 1/2”h. 30 1/2”w. $250-$450

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175 REGENCY-STYLE KNEEHOLE DESK. Probably English, 2nd half-19th century, mahogany and oak. Small size desk with hand dovetailed beaded drawers, finished back and what appears to be the original tooled oilcloth writing surface. Old crazed finish. 30 ½“h. 48”w. 25 ¾“d. $400-$800 176 PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS. American, 20th century, hand painted porcelain. Floral garland design with gilt trim. Electric. 31”h. $150-$300 Detail 177

177 PAIR OF EXPORT JARDINIERES. Chinese, late 18th-early 19th century, porcelain. Armorial shields with mask handles and floral designs with gilt accents. 9 1/2”h. 10”d. plus brass bases. $2,000-$3,000 178 EXPORT DISH. Chinese, late 18th-early 19th century. Landscape with a scene of a European woman looking into a mirror. Faint orange peel glaze. 8 1/2” x 10 1/4”. $600-$800

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179 TWO TEA CADDIES. Probably English, 1st half-19th century. Tortoise shell veneer rounded edge box, ivory inlay, maroon velvet interior has baleen banding and two lidded compartments. Brass ball feet. Minor imperfections. 4 3/4”h. 7”w. 4”d. Together with a mahogany veneer box with string inlay edges, two lidded interior compartments and old gilt paper lining. 5”h. 7”w. 4”d. $200-$400 180 TEA CADDY. Probably English, 1st half-19th century, figured veneer. Inlaid and banded edges, ivory escutcheon, opening to two inlaid lidded compartments lined on foil paper. Minor imperfections. 5”h. 7 1/2”w. 5”d. $200-$400 181 TWO BRONZES OF CHILDREN. A boy with bouquet signed for Hans Keck (Germany, late 19th/early 20th century). 6”h. including the black marble base. And a girl signed “E. Benlliure” most likely Emilio Benlliure Y Morales (b. 1866) and marked “Proprita Artistica Sommer Napoli” for the Giorgi Sommer foundry in Naples. 6 1/2”h. including marble base. $200-$400

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182 TWO PLATES. One is Chinese Export, 1st half-19th century, with a floral center. Edge flake, 9”d. The other is an armorial plate by Samson, French, 2nd half-19th century with a faux Chinese mark, 9”d. $150-$300 183 CLASSICAL WORK TABLE. American, 1st quarter-19th century, mahogany and mahogany veneer, poplar secondary. Two dovetailed drawers with original lion head brass pulls. Turned column with sabre legs ending in brass paw feet. Lift top has an interior writing surface with replaced faux leather. 32 3/4”h. 22 1/4”w. 15 3/4”d. $1,800-$2,500 184 THREE-PIECE SILVER COFFEE SERVICE. Marked for Bailey, Banks, and Biddle, dated 1921. In the neoclassical taste, with applied eagles over the monograms. Includes a 10 1/2”h. coffee pot, a 5 3/4”h. cream pitcher, and a 5 1/4”h. sugar bowl. Total weight approx. 27 ozt. $500-$1,000

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185 ALTAR TABLE. Chinese, Shandong Province, late 19th century, hardwood. Two dovetailed drawers over three, shaped returns and the top has curved ends. Old refinishing. 33”h. 53”w. 11 1/2”d. $250-$500 186 BENCH. Chinese, early 20th century, hardwood. Plank top with shaped stretchers and carved spirals on the feet. Traces of black paint. 18”h.41 1/2”w. 15”d. $150-$300 187 PAIR OF TEMPLE JARS. Asian, 20th century, ceramic. Lidded vases with white crackle glaze. 19 1/2”h. $75-$150

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188 PAIR OF CHI LINH LIONS. Asian, 20th century. pottery. Fearsome blue and white dogs with dragon and phoenix designs. Minor edge loss. 18”h. $150-$250 189 CABINET. Chinese, 20th century. Mortised construction. Two doors over two dovetailed drawers with brass hardware. Old refinishing with traces of red ground. 36”h. 35”w. 15 3/4”d. $250-$450 190 PAIR OF END TABLES. Chinese, mid-late 19th century, hardwood. Square form with mortised construction, shaped stretchers and legs. Refinished surface retains most of the black lacquered surface. Minor edge loss. 21”h. 21 1/4” x 21 1/4”. $200-$400 191 CARVED WOODEN HEAD. Asian, 19th century, softwood. Large head of Kwan Yin. Layered paint history including traces of gilt. Wear with some edge loss. 21”h. $150-$250

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192 LARGE CENSER. Chinese, 20th century, ceramic. Sang de boeuf glaze and tripod mask feet. 22 1/2”h. $100-$200


193 COVERED BOWL. Chinese, 20th century, agate. Carved red and white striated agate bowl with two children holding the base and fruit and a scepter on the lid. 7”d. 5”h. plus a wooden base. $400-$600

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194 SCEPTER. Chinese, 20th century, wood and nephrite jade. Carved ruyi scepter with three relief carved inset medallions featuring flowers and fruit including Buddha’s Hand citrons. Impressed “2” on the back. Some edge damage around medallions. 20”l. $400-$600 195 PAINTED PANEL AND NINE BRUSHES. Asian, 20th century. Stone panel with a landscape painted in earth tones. Minor flaking. In a wooden frame, 11”h. 7 7/8”w. Together with nine calligraphy brushes. The handles are made of various beads, stone or coral with bone or horn. Lengths range from 9 1/2” to 16 1/2”l. $150-$350

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196 TWO ITEMS. Early 20th century. Sudan, Africa elephant hide shield, 12 1/2”d. and a New Guinea gourd sheath from the Telefomin tribe, 9 1/2”l. $200-$400 197 TWO SWORDS. African, late 19th century, iron. One has wire wrapped handle, 17”l., the other has a flared blade with lizard skin handle. Edge loss, 15 1/2”l. $200-$300 198 THREE KNIVES. African, late 19th-early 20th century. Kuba wide blade knife with decorative insets on wooden handle, 13 1/2”l.; Congo sword with black painted blade, 26 1/2”l.; and a Masai circumcision knife with chipped wooden handle, 10 1/2”. $300-$600 196 - 199

199 TUSKS. Africa, 20th century. Elephant tusk with dark patina. Chipped end. 27”l. And a pair of hippo tusks, filled and mounted on a board. Tusks, approximately 12”l. $400-$600 200 DRUM AND CLUB. African, late 19th-early 20th century. Pictured is a Ugandan drum of wood covered with rawhide. Two lugs for a strap. 13”h. 13 1/2”d. Together with a knobkerry, attributed to the Zulu. 25”l. $200-$400 201 TWO ITEMS. African, 20th century. Cast bronze statue of a kneeling woman carrying an urn. 23 1/4”h. Together with a beaded hanging in the shape of a crocodile. Animal and facial designs made of beads and cowrie shells on linen. 50”l. $300-$400 202 MASK. Africa, 20th century, carved wood. Senufo mask with a bird crest. Scrubbed with traces of paint, 17”l. $150-$300

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203 TWO MASKS. African, late 19th-early 20th century, carved wood. Pictured is a Kobo mask with drilled eyes and raffia. 16”l. Together with a horned mask. Edge loss, 17”l. $200-$300


204 FIVE NECKLACES. African, 20th century. Two beaded necklaces and three strands or necklaces of mulicolored glass trade beads, the longest being 22”. $100-$200 205 TWO SPEARS. Late 19th-early 20th century, iron tips on wooden shafts. Zulu assengai, 64”l. Together with a Naga head hunting spear with a bristle wrapped shaft. Some wear, 63 1/4”l. $400-$600

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207 MASK. Sepik River, New Guinea, early 20th century, carved wood. Large mask with black paint, cowrie shells, abalone inlay and raffia. 30 1/2”l. $300-$600

206 SIX SPEARS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Two Sudanese spears with barbed iron blades and wooden shafts, 70”, 79”l. And four New Guinea throwing spears with wooden shafts and wooden barbed points (one detachable), 48”l. $250-$500

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208 HELMET MASK. African, early 20th century, carved wood. Painted mask with a bearded face and animal crest, reputedly used by the Yoruba ghost society. 12”h. $250-$500 209 HELMET MASK African, early 20th century, carved wood. Roughly carved mask with painted details. Reputedly used by the Yoruba ghost society. 9”h. $150-$300 210 TWO SPEARS. Early 20th century, iron with wooden shafts. Decorative Masai spear with beaded shaft, 65”l. And a Naga head hunting spear with bristle wrapped shaft, 73 1/2”l. $300-$500 211 THREE SPEARS. African, late 19th century, iron with wooden shafts. Two South African spears, one with twisted detail, 53”, 71”l. And a Sudanese spear with loose, noise making balls in a cage. 68”l. $300-$600

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212 LEWIS CARROLL’S ALICE IN WONDERLAND ILLUSTRATED BY SALVADOR DALI. New York: Maecenas Press, Random House, 1969. Folio, numbered 1061 of 2500. Contains twelve illustrations with an original remarque on each. Unbound sheets are housed in a cloth portfolio and housed in a half morocco Solander box with bone and leather clasps. Lacking title page and etched frontispiece. $700-$1,000 213 PRINT BY SALVADOR DALI (FRANCE/SPAIN, 1904-1989). Colored print on paper, signed in pencil lower right, edition 92/300. Large folio print featuring the Venus de Milo. In a mat and frame, 36 3/4”h. 29”w. $300-$400

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214 TORTURE OF HYPOCRITES BY SALVADOR DALI (SPAIN/FRANCE, 1904-1989). Colored wood engraving on paper, signed on the print. Unnumbered edition with copy of certificate. Matted in a gilt frame, 24”h. 21”w. $200-$400


215 THE MASSACRE OF ST. ANDREW BY WILLIAM THOMPSON (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Linoleum cut on paper, signed lower right margin. Black and white abstract. 16”h. 24”w., in a wood frame, 24 1/4”h. 31 1/2”w. $100-$200 216 WATERCOLOR BY AMADO PENA (ARIZONA, B. 1943). Watercolor and pen and ink on paper, unsigned. Watercolor on one side, pen and ink of a figure holding a Yei image on the other. 13 1/2”h. 9”w., in a metal frame, 20 1/4”h. 16 1/4”w. $400-$800 217 TWO FRAMED PRINTS. Includes a river landscape by Ernest C. Rost (New York, 18671940), etching on heavy paper, 17”h. 27”w. (sight), in a good period frame, 29 1/4”h. 39 1/4”w. Together with an unusual collage, comprised of various figures and buildings cut from late 19th-century prints and assembled in a period frame, 19”h. 23 1/2”w. $200-$400

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218 INLAID BOX. Continental, early 20th century, hardwood, porcupine quills. Coffered lidded box decorated with split porcupine quills and inlaid bone dots. Inlaid figure of an elephant on inside lid. Minor loss. 3”h. 8”w. 6”d. $150-$250 219 BRONZE BUST. American or European, 20th century, unsigned. Cast bronze of a classical goddess on a plinth. 16”h. $150-$300

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220 CURIO CABINET. Asian, 1st half-20th century, mahogany. Two-piece canted side cabinet decorated with bamboo carvings. Pierce carved crown molding, paneled back, two shelves on cabriole legged base with pierced carved apron. 77 1/2”h. 28 1/2”w. 15”d. $350-$700 220A PRINT BY SALVADOR DALI (SPAIN, 1904-1989). Etching on paper, signed on plate. Image of an artist. In mat and frame. 15”h. 12 1/2”w. $200-$400

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221 GADGET CANE. Marked “Stanley, London 1885”, bone and brass with a wooden shaft. The handle extends to a four-piece brass and scrimshawed bone telescope. One part of the scope has a world map, the other part has a seaman with a telescope, ships and whales. Some loss at eyepiece. 15”l. extended, 36 3/4”l. $600-$800

222 JOHANNES AND CORNELIUS BLAEU MAP OF FRANKFURT. Novam Hanc Territorii Francofvrtensis Tabulam..., Amsterdam, 1640s, 2 folio pages. Elaborately decorated map of Frankfurt surrounded by allegorical figures and the coats of arms of local nobility. Imperfections, appears to retain its original handcoloring. 20 1/2”h. 23 3/4”w., in a later frame, 27 1/4”h. 29 3/4”w. $300-$500

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223 THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH BY ROBERT MORDEN (ENGLAND, CA. 1650-1703). Handcolored engraving on laid paper. From William Camden’s Britannia, London: Edmund Gibson, 1695. 14”h. 16 1/2”w. (plate), in a modern frame, 15 3/4”h. 18 1/2”w. $100-$200 223 42 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009


224 THE WORKS OF HOGARTH. From the Original Plates Restored by James Heath, Esq., R.A. London: Baldwin and Cradock, n.d. (1837), elephant folio, contemporary half red morocco leather over marbled boards. Descended in a southwest Ohio family. Publishers Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy purchased Hogarth’s original plates at the sale of the property of John Boydell in 1818. Boydell had acquired them from the Hogarth family in 1789. The first publication of the restored plates was in 1822, with the present edition following. $600-$900 225 IMPORTANT EDITION OF LEONARDO DA VINCI’S ANATOMICAL DRAWINGS. Leonardo Da Vinci Corpus of Anatomical Studies in the collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, ed. by Kenneth Keele and Carlo Pedretti. London: Johnson Reprint Company, Ltd., New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979-1980. Three folio volumes (two of text, one Solander box of facsimiles), bound in blue leather with gilt titles, numbered 116 of 998. $1,500-$2,500

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226 TWO CLASSICAL PRINTS BY GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI (ITALY, 1720-1778). Etchings on laid paper. Depictions of classical vases with elaborate figural decoration. 15 1/4”h. 10 1/4”w. (plate), in modern frames, 26 1/2”h. 20 3/4”w. $300-$500

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227 EMPIRE-STYLE CABINET. Made by Quatrain, 20th century, mahogany. Impressive size with a tapered form and single door. The open front door is covered by five brass and steel arrows. 96 1/2”h. 54”w. 22”d. $1,500-$2,500

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228 MARINE PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Atmospheric scene of a ship in a storm. Some imperfections. 36 1/2”h. 21 1/2”w., in a fine, period, floral and gilt frame, 46 3/4”h. 31”w. $2,000-$4,000


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229 REGENCY-STYLE SIDEBOARD. Baker Furniture Company, Kohler, Wisconsin, late 20th century, cherry. Palladian sideboard with crossbanded top, three drawers over three flat panel doors flanked by half turned columns with brass capitals and bases. See lot 230 for matching table and chairs. 32 1/2”h. .66”w. 19”d. $1,200-$1,500 230 REGENCY-STYLE TABLE AND CHAIRS. Baker Furniture Company, Kohler, Wisconsin, late 20th century, cherry. Palladian pedestal table with two 22” leaf extensions, ten Palladian side chairs and two Palladian armchairs. See lot 229 for matching sideboard. Table; 29 1/2”h., 46” dia. Chairs; 18”h. (seats), 34 1/2”h. (overall). $1,000-$1,600

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231 SCENE OF CANAL LOCKS (ENGLISH, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. English countryside with a man working the locks for another in a boat. Crazing. 16 1/2”h. 13 3/4”w., in a gilt frame, 20 3/4”h. 18 3/4”w. $200-$300 232 PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU FRAMES. American, late 19th-early 20th century, pine. Pair of colored portraits of husband and wife housed under glass in matching Art Nouveau frames with gold paint. Some edge loss to frames. 32 1/4”h. 28 1/4”w. $300-$500

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233 TAPESTRY. Probably European, late 19th century, wool and cotton. Woodland scene with a glimpse of a mountain dwelling in the forest opening. Softly faded colors. 62”l. 77”w. $300-$500 234 PAIR OF CARVED SCREENS. Probably Asian, 20th century, mahogany. Each with four panels with large scale carvings of grapes and vines. Room size screen. 78”h. 64”w. (per screen). $250-$450

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235 CARVED BOOKCASE. Probably English, 1st half-20th century, oak. Double bookcase with carved mythical creatures ornamenting the openings. Adjustable shelves. Carved flattened ball feet. Dark finish. Minor imperfections. 46”h. 78”w. 12”d. $350-$700 236 RENAISSANCE-STYLE CASSONE. Italian, 19th century, figured mixed woods. Dentil molded lift top above case with carved mermaid caryatids flanking heraldic cartouche, iron handles on sides, supported by recumbent lions. Minor imperfections.25 1/2”h. 62”w. 20 1/2”d. $500-$1,000

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237 PAIR OF URNS. American or European, 20th century, brass. Classical style urns with garlands. One has rim damage. 28”h. $100-$200


238 PAIR OF FIGURAL ANDIRONS WITH FENDER. French, late 19th-early 20th century, brass. Heavy cast andirons in the form of winged gargoyles. 17”h. Together with a fender featuring a winged motif. 7”h. 52 1/4”l. $250-$500 239 TWO POLEARMS. European, 19th century or earlier, iron. Glaive type blade on a wooden shaft with old yellow, red and green paint. 79 3/4”l. And a decorative or ceremonial partisan on a shaft decorated with tassels and studded with brass tacks. Worn engraving on the blade. 85”l. $300-$600

240 TWO SPEARS. Asian, probably Japanese, 19th century, iron. Both are straight spears attached to wooden shafts. One has a thick single edged blade, 95”l. The other has a thin metal covering over the top third of the shaft. Minor damage to metal. 99”l. $300-$600 241 TWO POLEARMS. European, 19th century or earlier, iron. Both have wooden shafts. Ranseur, 85 1/2”l. and a spear with a short, three-sided head on a shaft wrapped with cane painted black and red. 71”l. $200-$500

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242 ARTS AND CRAFTS DESK. American, first half-20th century, oak. Single drawer, containing a lifting writing surface and an inkwell, over a lower shelf. Retains its original brass and a good old finish. 29”h. 40”w. 24 1/4”d. $400-$600

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243 ARTS AND CRAFTS ARMCHAIR. American, early 20th century, walnut. Retains an old finish and its original leather upholstery. 18 1/2”h. seat, 42”h. overall. $200-$400 244 ARTS AND CRAFTS ROCKING CHAIR. American, early 20th century, oak. Leather-upholstered seat and retaining an old finish. 16”h. seat, 36”h. overall. $150-$250 245 ARTS AND CRAFTS TRESTLE TABLE. American, early 20th century, walnut. Good size, with butterfly keys in the top, and retaining its original, grungy finish. 31”h. 40”w. 71 1/2”l. $500-$800 246 VICTORIAN FOLDING CHAIR. New York, impressed “Huntzinger, NY. Pat. Feb. 6, 1866”, walnut. Turned posts and shaped crest with burl veneer. Reupholstered. Refinished with minor loss. 14” seat, 35”h. $1,000-$1,500

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247 LADY IN YUKATA BY SHINSUI ITO (JAPAN, 1898 - 1972). Woodblock print on paper. Seated woman dressed in blue from one of Ito’s Beauties series. In a modern frame, 24 1/4”h. 17”w.

249 FLOOR LAMP. Marked for Tiffany Studios, New York, early 20th century, bronze. Three lily pad feet and a gold dore finish. 54 ½”h. $1,000-$1,500

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250 FLOOR LAMP. Marked for Tiffany Studios, New York, early 20th century, bronze. Three lily pad feet and a good brown and verdigris patina. 54 ½”h. $1,000-$1,500

248 PAIR OF ANCESTOR PAINTINGS (CHINA, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor/gouache and ink on silk, unsigned. Full-length, seated portraits of an elderly couple wearing embroidered robes. 66”h. 35 1/4”w., silk-matted and framed, 71 1/2”h. 39 1/2”w. $400-$800

251 ARTS AND CRAFTS SIDE TABLE. American, late 19th-early 20th century, oak. Mortised lower shelf. Old refinishing. 30 1/4”h. 35 1/2”w. 27 1/4”d. $300-$400

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252 ROMANTIC LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES (EUROPE, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Three farmers, and their animals, in front of a tranquil lake, and a natural bridge nearby. Imperfections. 22”h. 27”w. $300-$500 253 CAVALIERS PLAYING CARDS (EUROPEAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, illegibly signed lower right. Tavern scene with three tables of drinking, card-playing cavaliers. 25 1/2”h. 35 1/2”w., in a white-painted frame, 31”h. 41 1/2”w. $200-$400

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254 VENTANAS BY ALTINO VILLASANTE (PERU, B. 1965). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Table with flowers in front of a window. 21”h. 29”w., in a contemporary frame, 30”h. 38”w. $250-$450 255 MARINE VIEW BY J. SCRANTON (LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, monogrammed lower left, signed lower right, and dated 1889. Dramatic depiction of the rescue of survivors of a shipwreck with onlookers on shore. Minor imperfections. 18 ½“h. 24 ½“w., in a period frame, 25 1/2”h. 30 1/2”w. $300-$500 256 TWO AFRICAN TAPESTRIES. Masana Tapestries, Botswana, late 20th century, wool. Hand woven using brightly colored wool from local sheep. One depicts a stylized village scene. 60”w. 62”l. The other, Adam and Eve with the serpent and the apple. 43”w.65”l. $225-$450

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257 TWO AFRICAN TEXTILES. Africa, 20th century, raffia. Two long narrow lengths of fabric, each created from small black and tan rectangles handsewn into strips which are then pieced together to form the cloth. One has red brown borders edged with fringe. 32”w. 186”l. The other has tan striped designs (possibly symbols) appliquéd to the larger black rectangles and narrow red brown binding. 21 ½“w. 1139”l. $225-$450 258 FIGURAL CARVING. African, mid 20th century, hardwood. Makonde statue of a man with figures crouched under him. Dark stain. 40”h. $200-$300 259 MINIATURE CHANDELIER. Attributed to Florence, Italy, 20th century, rock crystal and glass. Beaded chandelier on wire armiture with rock crystal drops. Four arms hold taper sticks. 11 1/2”h. $200-$400 260 CHANDELIER AND SCONCES. American, late 20th century, faux alabaster. Large pendant chandelier with antiqued gold color accents. Center floral drop. Edge damage. 37”d. Together with matching half cylindrical wall sconces, 14”h. $800-$1,200

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262 LATE CLASSICAL SOFA. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mixed woods, mahogany veneer. Frame exhibits a carved crest, scrolled arms, ogee molded apron, and carved paw feet. Upholstered with ivory damask. Imperfections. 20”h. (seat), 37”h.(overall), 90”l. $400-$800 262

263 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN SIGNED JAN PORTIELJE (BELGIUM, 1829-1908). Oil on canvas, signed top left and on back. Young woman immodestly dressed in white. An inscription on the back states the painting was made to order for James Moulton, Esq. of Chicago. Imperfections. 26”h. 21”w., in a gilt frame, 39”h. 33 1/2”w. $3,000-$5,000

264 ART NOUVEAU DISPLAY CABINET. American or European, early 20th century, mahogany veneer. Two-door cabinet with glass panels and inlaid floral sprays and a woman’s image. Pressed paper lined interior is painted white. 55”h. 42 1/2”w. 14 14”d. $300-$600 265 MARBLE PEDESTAL. Dark grey and white marble, in two pieces. Scratches to the top. 29 1/2”h. $200-$400

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266 BRONZE THERESA BY GEORGE VAN DER STRAETEN (BELGIUM, 1856-1928). Cast bronze with inscribed signature on inside. Bust of a young woman wearing a tricorn hat. 21”h. $1,200-$1,800 267 PORTRAIT BY LETTA CRAPO SMITH (MICHIGAN, 1862-1921). Mixed media on paper, signed lower right. Seated woman with a presentation in pencil “To my friend Sarah R. Hutchings, 1907, L. Crapo Smith”. In a gilt frame, 35”h. 30”w. $500-$1,000 268 FEDERAL-STYLE BREAKFRONT CABINET. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany, figured veneer and oak. Two pieces with stepped front and top having dentil molding over four locking glass doors opening to one stationary center shelf and two adjustable shelves. Matching base with four beaded drawers, the top drawer lined and fitted with dividers. The two side cabinets open to adjustable shelves. Key included. Light finish with slight wear. 87”h. 72”w. 17”d. $1,800-$2,500

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269 CARVED FIGURE. Chinese, 20th century, serpentine. Pale green carving of a man riding on a donkey. 4 3/4”h. $75-$100 270 CARVED OPAL. Chinese, 20th century. Large single opal carved in the form of a child on the back of Chan Chu, the three-legged frog of wealth. Blue striated highlights. Minor imperfections. 12.5 oz. $1,000-$2,000

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271 FOUR ASIAN ITEMS. Two Chinese Export bowls, 19th century. Similar forms with floral designs on green and yellow grounds, 2”h. 6 3/4”d. Together with two bronze vases. One with cast handles, 7 3/4”h.; the other paneled with stamped signature, 7”h. $200-$300 272 THREE POTTERY ANIMALS. Asian, 20th century. Pair of green glazed parrot incense burners, 9 1/4”h. Together with a blue glazed crab wall pocket. Damaged claw. 9”h. 11”w. $100-$300 273 COVERED JAR. Chinese, porcelain. Famille Jaune hexagonal jar with molded vases of flowers. Red mark on bottom appears to be Qianlong mark, but vase is most likely 20th century. 13”h. $150-$250

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274 BRUSH POT AND SEAL. Asian, late 19th-early 20th century. Bamboo pot with inset bone panels engraved with inscriptions and women and children engaged in various activities. Age splits. 5 3/4”h. Together with a large soapstone seal. Carved mark on the bottom and the sides have bats and a kirin in relief. Imperfections. 7 1/2”h. $250-$450 275 COURTING BENCH. Chinese, 2nd half-19th century, elm. Mortised construction with post legs and stretchers. 19 1/2”h. 75”w. 19”d. $150-$250 276 DECORATED CABINET. Mongolian, late 19th century, hardwood. Original red ground with floral decoration on two doors over three dovetailed drawers. Brass hardware, scalloped apron. Refinished. 35 1/4”h. 40”w. 17 3/4”d. $200-$300 277 THREE JARDINIERES. Chinese, 20th century. Single blue and white piece with a dragon and phoenix, 10”h. 16 1/4”d. Together with a pair of olive-brown glazed pieces with raised floral designs. Hairlines. 13 1/2”h. 13”w. $150-$300

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278 FIVE WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japanese, 19th century. Two diptychs and a single image print. One pair is attributed to Toyokuni III and depicts two figures by a cart. Edge damage. Unframed. Each panel is 14 1/2”h. 9 3/4”w. The other pair shows a procession along a harbor. Unframed. Each panel is 15”h. 10 1/4”w. The framed individual print is a woman and child attributed to Hokusai. 15 1/4”h. 12 1/4”w. $300-$600

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279 TABLE. Chinese, 20th century. Low table with wooden frame and a grey stone top. The frame has original worn black paint and the stone has an applied decorative design. 16”h. 61 1/2”w. 36”d. $200-$400 280 CABINET. Chinese, Shanxi province, 2nd half-19th century, hardwood. Mortised with double doors. Black ground with original red lacquered front and black and gilt landscape scenes. Some wear and flaking. 33”h. 25”w. 16 1/2”d. $200-$400 279 - 281

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281 FERN STAND. Chinese, 20th century, hardwood. Carved ebonized wood with floral designs and a soapstone insert in top. 35 1/2”h. 19 1/2”d. $150-$300


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282 THREE IVORY ITEMS. Asian, 20th century. Small carved easel back frame, 5”h. 4”w.; a carved songbird, 1 3/4”h.; and a small round box with a dragon, 1 1/2”h. 2 1/2”d. Minor imperfections. $150-$250

286 CABINET. Chinese, 19th century, elm. Mortised construction with carved openwork apron. Three dovetailed drawers over two doors. Refinished with traces of red ground. 33 1/2”h. 43”w. 17”d $200-$400

283 TWO IVORY FIGURES. Chinese, early 20th century. Kwan Yin with flowers, 13 12”h. including base. Together with a man with a teapot. Repair and flake. 9”h. including base. $200-$300

287 PAIR OF CHI LINH LIONS. Chinese, 20th century, marble. White marble lions on plinths. 16”h. $250-$450

284 PAIR OF IVORY BIRDS. Asian, early 20th century. Crested birds perched on flowering trees, 12”h. including wooden bases. $200-$400

288 PAIR OF STONE STATUES. Asian, 20th century. Carved full-length figures of a boy and girl, 25”h. $150-$300

285 IVORY CARVING. Chinese, early 20th century. Carved tusk with multiple figures under trees. Damage. 25”l. $200-$400

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289 TABLE TOP SET OF DRAWERS. Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century, softwood. Original red painted ground with gilt figural decoration. Three dovetailed drawers, a small gallery and shaped back crest. Some loss. 19”h. 13”w. 9 3/4”d. $150-$350

290 THREE BOWLS. Chinese, 19th and early 20th century, porcelain. Rose Mandarin (hairlines), 3 1/4”h. 7 1/4”d.; monochromatic landscapes with gilt, 3”h. 8 1/4”d.; and floral famille verte, 4 1/4”h. 9 1/4”d. $150-$350 291 SIX PIECES OF ROSE MEDALLION. Chinese, 19th century, porcelain. Four vases with applied gilt animals or handles, 12”, 10” and a pair 8”h. Together with a bowl, 3”h. 8”d. and a scalloped edge dish with orange peel glaze, 9 1/2”d. Imperfections. $150-$300

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292 STONE TOP DESK. Chinese, late 19th century, elm. Beaded legs with lower shelf. Four dovetailed drawers and a brown stone inset top. 33”h. 44 1/2”w. 23”d. $300-$500 293 PITCHER. Chinese, 20th century, pottery. Pale blue dragon design. Shoulder has lugs for hanging. 13 1/4”h. $75-$150

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294 DECORATED TABLE. Mongolian, ca.1900, hardwood. Mortised construction with beading on the legs. Original red ground with floral decoration on seven drawers. Brass hardware in the form of coins. Refinished with wear. 34 3/4”h. 66 3/4”w. 16”d. $300-$600

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295 TABLE. Chinese, 20th century, elm. Mortised construction with beaded legs. Three dovetailed drawers and a lower shelf. Black painted, textured surface and brass hardware. 32 1/2’h. 70 1/2”w. 19”d. $200-$500 296 PAIR OF VASES. Asian, 20th century, porcelain. Large “onion top” vases with blue designs of scholars in landscapes. 24 1/2”h. $100-$200

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297 PAIR OF BEDSIDE CABINETS. Chinese, 20th century, elm. Mortised construction with post legs. Double doors top and bottom fit with brass hardware. Refinished. 34 1/4”h. 22 1/4”w. 16”d. $150-$300

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298 GEORGE III-STYLE CORNER OR ROUNDABOUT CHAIR. English, 19th century, oak. Pierced splats, turned posts, and squared legs. Retains an older finish. Minor imperfections. 18”h. seat, 32 1/2”h. overall. $300-$500 299 SET OF FOUR SPINDLE BACK CHAIRS. Probably English, mid 19th century, mixed woods including oak and walnut. Two armchairs and two side chairs, all with rush seats, spindle turnings, bold front stretchers and pad feet. Imperfections. 17–17 ½”h. (seats), 38-43 ½”h. (overall). $350-$700

303 THREE GEORGE III STYLE SIDE CHAIRS. English, mid 19th century, mixed woods including oak and walnut. Shaped crests over pierced splats. Over-upholstered seats in old wool plush. Good rich color. Very slight imperfections. 19”h. (seats). 38 ½”h. (overall). $300-$600 304 FOUR PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. Corn vase, 6”h. Together with three creamers: corn, 4 1/2”h.; barrel, 3 1/2”h. and yellow basketweave, 3 1/4”h. Imperfections. $200-$400

300 GEORGE III CORNER OR ROUNDABOUT CHAIR. English, 18th century, mahogany. Pierced splats, turned posts, and squared legs. Imperfections. 17 1/2”h. seat, 31”h. overall. $300-$500

305 MAJOLICA OYSTER PLATE. English, 2nd half-19th century. Fish pattern with cobalt cracker well. Filled in rim flake. 10”d. $250-$450

301 SET OF FOUR GEORGE III CHAIRS. English, late 19th century, mahogany. One armchair and three side chairs with pierced splats, slip seats and straight legs with outside molding. Three with older needlework upholstery, one with ivory damask. Rich color. Minor imperfections. 18 ½”h. (seats), 37”h. (overall). $450-$650

306 TWO PIECES OF MAJOLICA. English, 2nd half-19th century. “Etruscan” cobalt strawberry plate, 9 1/4”d. Together with a Argenta melon cake stand marked “Wedgwood”, 4 1/2”h. 8 3/4”d. $400-$800

302 GEORGE III SIDE CHAIR. English, 18th century, mixed woods. Strapwork splat, older rush seat and squared legs. Minor imperfections. 17”h. seat, 37”h. overall. $200-$400 60 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

307 MAJOLICA FIGURAL DISH. English, 2nd half-19th century. Leaf dish with a seated squirrel handle. Marked “Minton” with English registry mark. Professional restoration. 5 1/2”h. 10”l. $500-$700


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308 THREE MAJOLICA CUPS AND SAUCERS. English, 2nd half-19th century. Wild rose and trellis, and a pair of cranes on cobalt (hairline in one cup). $250-$450 308A TWO MAJOLICA SAUCES. English, 2nd half-19th century. Similar George Jones sauces with leaves, 5 1/2”d. $150-$300 309 MAJOLICA SARDINE BOX. English, 2nd half-19th century. Cobalt with sardine handle. Lidded with attached underplate. Marked “Holdcroft”. Professional restoration. 4”h. 7 1/2”l. $600-$900

310 MAJOLICA FIGURAL FLOWER HOLDER. English, 2nd half-19th century. Swan boat by Adams with holes for flower stems. Professional restoration. Ex Marilyn Karmason Collection. 3 1/2”h. 8 1/2”l. $200-$300 311 LOUIS XVI-STYLE PARLOR SUITE. Probably French, 4th quarter-19th century, hardwood. Seven-piece set with carved frames highlighted with gilt paint. Crests on all pieces have ribbon carving, flanking open laurel wreath and urn finials. Carved frames and arm supports, all resting on tapered fluted legs. Upholstered back panels. Sofa, two armchairs and four side chairs. Sofa measures 60” w. 43”h. 17 1/2”h. seat. Armchairs 17 1/2”h. (seats) 39 1/2”h. (overall). Side chairs 18”h. {seats} 38”h. {overall). $500-$1,000

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312 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE DINING TABLE. Attributed to the Potthast Brothers, Baltimore, Maryland, 20th century, mahogany. Fine two-part table with two leaves. Gadrooned edge and resting on two carved pillars terminating in acorn-carved legs and ball and claw feet. Minor imperfections. 30”h. 61”l. 48”w., with two 20” leaves. $2,000-$2,500 313 THREE-PIECE REGENCY ARGAND LAMP SET. Attributed to Messenger and Sons, London, retailed by J & I Cox, New York, ca.1830, brass. Includes a double-arm lamp and two single-arm lamps, with prisms and glass shades. Imperfections. 21”h. For a pair of similar lamps in bronze, also attributed to Messenger and Sons and retailed by Cox, see Neal Auction, February 2005, lot 687. $2,500-$3,500

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314 PEARLWARE FIGURE. English, late 19th-early 20th century. Seated woman with child titled Widow (of Zarephath). Hand decorated with coleslaw accents. Imperfections. 9”h. $300-$500 315 WORCESTER INDIVIDUAL TEAPOT. English, late 18th century, porcelain. Dr. Wall teapot with ribbed body and blue floral designs. Edge flakes, 5 1/2”h. $200-$400 316 TWO TEA CADDIES. English, early 19th century. Pictured is a caddy with burl veneer and string inlay. Two compartments with traces of foil and a later mixing bowl in-between. 5 1/2”h. 12 1/4”w. 6”d. The second is mahogany veneer with inlaid mother-of-pearl. Two interior compartments with foil. Replaced foot. 4 1/2”h. 8”w. 4 1/4”d. $250-$500

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317 PICTURE AND BOX. European, late 19th-early 20th century. Watercolor on heavy stock portrait of Franz Liszt. 5 5/8”h. 4 1/4”w., in a replaced frame, 9”h. 8”w. Together with an enamel on brass dome top box. Hand painted romantic medallions. Wear. 3 1/2”h. 5”w. 3 1/2”d. $200-$300


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318 GEORGE II STYLE WING CHAIR. Kittinger Company, Buffalo, New York, late 20th century, mahogany. Curved back, outscrolled arms and single loose cushion. Carved cabriole front legs, S-shaped rear legs. Original crewel upholstery with red velvet back. Minor imperfections. 18”h. seat. 49”h. overall. $600-$800 319 REGENCY-STYLE FIRESCREEN. English, 20th century, mahogany. Oak leaf-carved capitals topped by acorn finials, and resting on splayed legs. Imperfections. 47 1/2”h. 33”w. $200-$400 320 HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE SETTEE. American, 20th century, mahogany. Doubleshield back with Prince of Wales feather and swag splats and resting on tapered legs ending in spade feet. Minor imperfections. 19”h. 37 1/2”w. 42 1/2”l. $250-$450

321 LOOKING SOUTH BY ANN HERZOG WRIGHT (COLORADO, B. 1945). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Farmer standing in a field. 18 1/2”h. 14 1/4”w., in a modern frame, 25 1/2”h. 21 1/2”w. $600-$900 322 PAIR OF SHERATON-STYLE POSTER BEDS. Davis Cabinet Company, Nashville, Tennessee, mid-late 20th century, mahogany. Well-turned posts with urn finials, rolled headboards and turned foot rails. With 76”l. side rails. 64”h. 42”w. $225-$450 323 SCREEN. Asian, 1st half-20th century, hardwood. Five panel screen pierced carved with a design of dragons and phoenix. Double sided. Minor imperfections. 69 1/2”h. 57”w. $250-$450 321

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324 STREET SCENE BY CHARLES WOLFERT (GERMANY, B. 1900). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Middle Eastern scene with camels and donkeys. 21”h. 17”w., in a gilt frame (flake), 27 1/2’h. 23 1/4”w. $1,000-$1,500

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325 MARKET SCENE BY CHARLES WOLFERT (GERMANY, B. 1900). Oil on board, signed lower left. Middle Eastern market with a mosque in the background. 30 3/4”h. 15 1/2”w., in a gilt frame, 27 1/2”h. 22”w. $1,000-$1,500

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326 WATERCOLOR BY PIETRO PAVESI (ITALY, 19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on heavy stock, signed. Finely detailed scene of cardinals having tea. 16 3/4”h. 11 1/2”w., in a gilt frame. 23”h. 18”w. $350-$700 327 CITYSCAPE BY STEPHAN FILIPKIEWICZ (POLAND, 1879-1944). Mixed media on laid paper, signed lower right with date 1911. Winter scene of a city street. 12”h. 15 1/2”w., in a modern frame, 18”h. 22”w. $600-$1,000

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328 LANDSCAPE SIGNED W. GREAVES. Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Possibly Walter Greaves (England, 1841-1933). Rocky riverbed. Stamped on the back “E. Helcason”. 8 7/8”h. 13”w., in a painted frame, 19 1/2”h. 23”w. $300-$400 329 ITALIAN NOBLES READING BY L. CAVALIERI (ITALY, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Depiction of six 18th-century Italians, dressed in their finery, listening to the reading of a book. 19”h. 27 1/2”w., in an elaborate carved and gilt frame, 30 1/2’”h. 39”w. $300-$500

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330 THREE IVORY CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Small figure of a fantastical elephant, 1 1/2”h. and two netsukes with polychrome ink. Child with mask and man with fan, signed. Both 1 1/4”h. $300-$400 331 NETSUKE. Japan, 20th century. Carved antler with a frog on top. Signed, 2 1/4”h. $250-$450 332 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Frog with conch shell, 2”l. and two polychrome figures. Children with fish and man doing a flip, both 1 3/4”h. Signed. $225-$450 333 TWO NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Frog on rock, signed, 1 1/2”h. and a reclining sennin, 2 1/2”l. $250-$450

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334 THREE IVORY CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Figure with bamboo, 1 1/4”h. Together with two netsukes, a drummer, 1 1/2”h. and a hand with a frog, 2”l. Signed. $250-$450 335 TWO CARVINGS. Asian. Twentieth century ivory puzzle ball with zodiac animals, 1 3/4”d. Together with a late 19th century wooden dog netsuke. Some edge damage. 2”l. $200-$300 336 THREE SMALL CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Ivory netsuke of a demon and a mask, 2”h.; small wooden figure of a monk, 1 1/4”h. and an ivory carving of frogs, 2”l. $200-$400 337 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century. Two ivory figures. Ebisu and a drummer, both 1 3/4”h. Together with a wooden frog creature on a lily pad with gold, brown and green paint. 1 1/2”l. Signed. $150-$300


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338 FOUR IVORY CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Three netsukes featuring frogs, 1 3/4” to 2”l. and a demon holding a frog, 2”h. All but the last are signed. $250-$350 339 FOUR NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Samurai with a lantern, woman sleeping, man drinking from a gourd and a robed figure with revolving faces. 1 1/2” to 2”h. Signed. $300-$400 340 NETSUKE. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Large figure of a frog with a rat in its mouth, signed. 1 7/8”h. Together with two straw and cane covered accessories, 1”h., 6 1/4”h. $200-$300 341 FOUR NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Inked details. Daikoku, Fukurokuju, drummers and a dancer wearing a mask, 1 3/4” to 2 1/4”h. Signed. $150-$300

342 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Ebisu and a man drinking from a kettle, both with polychrome ink, 1 1/2”h. Together with a figure of a monk and a demon, 1 1/4”h. All but Ebisu are signed. $150-$300 343 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Parade foo dog with actors, frog and a creature on a carp, 1 1/2” to 2 1/4”l. Signed. $250-$450 344 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Foo lion, 1 3/4”l.; a winged demon, 1 3/4”h. and a boy sleeping, 1 1/2”h. The first two are signed. $250-$450 345 FOUR CARVED FIGURES. Japanese, 20th century. Three ivory netsukes. Merchant, man sleeping and a frog creature, 1 1/4” to 2”h. Together with three frogs on a rock, 1”h. Signed. $200-$400

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346 PAIR OF IVORY FIGURES. Chinese, late 19th century. Impressively large figures of an emperor with sword and an empress with a flower basket and phoenix. The latter has repairs. 30”, 32”h. $1,500-$2,000 347 GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS. European, 19th and 20th century. Coin silver cup and saucer with chased flowers, pair of glass salts in silver holders with lion heads and paw feet, 3 1/4”h.; an open silver dish with rococo designs and partial hallmarks, 2 1/2”h. 5 3/4”w. and a boxed set of seven Arts and Crafts sterling demitasse spoons marked “Denmark”. $300-$500 348 CARVED DRAGON BOWL. Chinese, 20th century, soapstone. Pale green covered bowl on paw feet with dragon finial and handles. One claw missing. 8”h. $100-$200 349 TWO BOXES. American, 20th century. Copper box with a Tiffany tile insert on lid. Partial mark on the bottom “Made by —- Silversmiths”, 1”h. 6 1/4”w. 3 3/8”d. Together with a hammered silver colored box with amber cabochon accents. Marked “MET”, 1 3/4”h. 5”w. 3”d. $300-$500 350 SET OF ENAMELED GLASS. European, late 19th-early 20th century. Green glass with gilt rims and hand painted armorial shields. Bowl, 3 1/2”h. 9”d.; decanter, 8 1/2”h. and five cordials. $150-$250 351 IVORY DOCTOR’S LADY. Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century. Figure of a nude reclining woman. 6”l. plus wooden stand. $400-$800 352 PAINTING OF BATHERS (AMERICAN, 1ST QUARTER-20TH CENTURY). Oil on wooden board, unsigned. Study of women near a stream. Board labeled “Factory No. 46...NY”. 8”h. 6”w., in a gold painted frame. 10 1/4”h. 8 1/2”w. $200-$400

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353 TWO PIECES OF ORIENTAL PORCELAIN. Nineteenth Century. Blue and white with hand decorated landscapes. Plate, 9 1/2”d. Dish, 5 1/2”d. $100-$300


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354 PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY JAY CAMPBELL PHILLIPS (NEW YORK, 1873-1949). Oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1938. Full-length seated portrait of a pretty Asian lady wearing a silk dress. Imperfections. 40 1/2”h. 30”w., in a period frame, 44 3/4”h. 35”w. $800-$1,200 355 CARVED CLASSICAL SOFA. American, late 19th century, mahogany. Stylized sphinxes on the arms and retaining a good, older surface. 17”h. seat, 35”h. overall, 76”l. $300-$500

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356 SEVENTEEN PIECES OF MINIATURE FURNITURE. American and European, 19th and 20th century, silver and brass. Doll house size furniture in various styles. Includes Rococo-style chairs, tables and end tables, Jacobean-style chairs, a bird cage, ladderback chairs, a Windsor rocker, a table with lift top and a brass filigree bench. Hallmarks include “925”, “930”, English, American and partial Continental touches. The largest is the lift-top table, 2”h. $300-$500 357 THIRTEEN PIECES OF MINIATURE FURNITURE. Continental, late 19th-early 20th century, silver. Seven-piece parlor set with birds marked “930” with hallmarks. Settee, 2 3/4”h. 2 3/4”w.; a cupboard with double doors, also marked “930” with hallmarks, 3 1/4”h. and five assorted side chairs with partial marks, 1 1/2” to 2”h. $300-$600 358 THIRTEEN PIECES OF MINIATURE FURNITURE. European, 19th and 20th century, silver. Three Rococo-style tables with embossed designs, two with figures. Partial hallmarks, one is marked “800”, 1 3/8” to 1 5/8”h.; a piano with lift lid marked “800”, 2”l. and nine side chairs all with London hallmarks. Two pair, set a four and a single, 2 1/2”h. $300-$400 70 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

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359 COASTAL LANDSCAPE WITH SHEEP (EUROPE, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Flock of sheep on a road overlooking a rocky coast. Imperfections. 12 3/4”h. 23 1/2”w., in a period frame, 19”h. 29 1/4”w. $200-$400


360 PAINTING ON PORCELAIN OF DANCER. Large oval French plaque of a dancer signed “C. Bodineaux”. Impressed label “Pickman y Co. Paris” on the back with penciled title and date “Gaul Servius, 5 Septembre 1891 Buenos Aires”. 18 3/4”h. 12 1/2”w., in a frame. 20 1/2”h. 14 3/4”w. $350-$550 361 STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS IN THE MANNER OF HENRI FANTIN-LATOUR (EUROPE, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, partial signature lower right. Pink and red roses and a blue and white vase. Imperfections. 14”h. 18”w., in a period frame, 19 1/2”h. 23 1/2”w. $300-$500 360

362 STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT (19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Pineapple, peaches, and cherries resting on a marble slab, with a beetle nearby. Imperfections. 11”h. 16 ½“w., in a period frame, 15 1/2”h. 21”w. $200-$400 363 FINE CAST-IRON HALL TREE. Marked for Coalbrookdale Company, model number 94695, English registry mark for January 20, 1854. A wonderfully detailed hall tree depicting a slave child chained to a back comprised of elaborate scrollwork, and lion head hooks. 82”h. $2,000-$4,000

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365 ART DECO SIDEBOARD. In the manner of Jules Leleu (1883-1961), France, mid 20th century, mahogany, figured veneer. Bowfront case with elaborate inlay and carving. Two center drawers, (top fitted) flanked by curved doors opening to storage. 38 1/2”h. 75”w. 23 1/2”d. According to family history, lots 365 and 366 were purchased in France when a family member was living there at mid-century and later shipped back to the U.S. $800-$1,200

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366 ART DECO SERVER. In the manner of Jules Leleu (1883-1961), France, mid 20th century, mahogany, figured veneer. Bowfront case with elaborate inlay and carving. Two curved doors with applied carved panels opening to two deep drawers. 34 1/2”h. 43 1/2”w. 20”d. According to family history, lots 365 and 366 were purchased in France when a family member was living there at mid-century and later shipped back to the U.S. $600-$900 367 MANTLE CLOCK AND PAIR OF CANDELABRA. European, late 19th-early 20th century, brass. French figural mantle clock with a hunter and silver-colored dog. Hand painted porcelain panels. Works are marked “Gvt Reyjvt Breve-e”. Imperfections. 20”h. Together with a pair of four-arm candelabra with trefoil bases. 22 3/4”h. $200-$300

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368 PORTRAIT STUDY SIGNED CORSI (ITALIAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left with “Galleria Uffizzi” and illegible first name, possibly Santi. Copy of a portrait of a gentleman, reportedly Rubens, sporting a goatee. The back is marked “Copia Dall’originale”. Imperfections. 31”h. 23 1/4”w., in a gilt frame, 42”h. 34”w. $800-$1,200


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369 TWO SHAKESPEARE PRINTS. Large folio handcolored engravings by Facius after paintings by Wheatley. Published in 1794, London by John and Josiah Boydell. Love’s Labours Lost, Act IV, Scene I and All’s Well that Ends Well, Act V, Scene III. In matching modern frames, 26 1/4”h. 31 1/2”w. $200-$400

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370 TWO STUDENT COPY PAINTINGS. Oil on canvas, unsigned. One is after Susanna and the Elders by Frans Floris the Elder (Dutch, 1519-1570). 29”h. 39”w., in a gilt frame, 37 1/2”h. 47 1/2”w. The other is a family portrait. 30”h. 25”w., in a gilt frame, 36 1/4”h. 31”w. Both are rebacked with inpainting and flaking. $400-$800 371 HENREDON GLASS-TOP COFFEE TABLE. North Carolina, mid 20th century, hardwood. Reeded legs and a beveled edge glass insert. Labeled on the apron.18”h. 40” x 40”. $150-$250

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372 TWO MIRRORS. American mid 20th century, gilt hardwood. Pictured is a Rococo style mirror. Repaired ear, 57”h. 22 1/4”w. Together with an architectural mirror with diamond quilted crest, 48”h. 23”w. $100-$200 373 MIRROR. European, early 20th century. Three-part mirror, the upper section with an elaborately etched manor house, the lower section with a coastal scene with a boat. 37 1/4”h. 18”w. $200-$400

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374 PARLOR GRAND PIANO AND BENCH. Baltimore, 20th century. Marked on the sound board “Wm. Knabe & Co., Baltimore, MD”. Mahogany with ivory keys. Imperfections. 38 1/2”h. 56”w. 65”l. $600-$1,000

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375 ORIENTAL RUG. Kerman. Red border with a blue ground. 4’ x 6’. $600-$800

379 ORIENTAL RUG. Roomsize floral design in ivory and pink with a blue border. Stains. 10’ x 12’4”. $500-$800

376 INDO-PERSIAN RUG Indo-Kashan. Green ground with an ivory medallion. 4’ x 6’. $200-$300

380 ORIENTAL RUG. Roomsize with a geometric medallion on burgundy with a blue border. 9’9” x 17’9”. $400-$600

377 ORIENTAL RUNNER. Dergazine. Red border with a floral design on ivory ground. 2’8” x 24’5”. $200-$400 378 ORIENTAL RUG. Room size Kerman, 20th century. Multiple borders with burgundy ground. Wear. 8’8” x 12’. $400-$800

381 ORIENTAL RUG. Sarouk. Blue border and burgundy ground with floral design. 3’3” x 5’2”. $100-$200 382 ORIENTAL RUG. Injeles. Blue ground, salmon spandrels and ivory border. 4’5” x 6’3”. $500-$800

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384 FINE SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE. Marked for Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, Denmark, post-1945. In the Pyramid pattern designed by Harald Nielsen. Includes service for twelve, plus serving pieces. One hundred-five pieces, total weight approximately 132.5 ozt. $6,000-$8,000

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385 SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE. Marked “International Sterling” in the “Royal Danish” pattern. Service for eight including extra teaspoons and several serving pieces as well as a three-piece child’s set. Eighty-seven pieces weighing approximately 90.7 ozt. $800-$1,200

386 FIVE-PIECE REGENCY SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE. All marked for London. Includes a 9 1/2”h. coffee pot, 6”h. teapot, and a 3 1/2”h. burner stand marked for 1829-30, and maker’s mark “IC” in an oval reserve, a 5 1/4”h. cream pitcher marked for 1836-7 and maker’s mark “WH” in an oval reserve, and a 4 3/4”h. open sugar bowl marked for 1829-30 and maker’s mark “BP” in a rectangular reserve. All of lobed form, and the coffee pot bearing a period-engraved coat of arms and the remaining pieces bearing the crest. Total weight approximately 88 ozt. Together with an associated silver plate tray, 16 1/2”w. 28 1/2”l. $1,000-$2,000

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387 SEVEN-PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE. Mexico City, marked “Sterling” and an eagle, ca.1963. In a stylized rococo taste. Includes a 12 1/2”h. kettle-on-stand, an 8” coffee pot, a 6 1/2”h. teapot, a 4 1/2”h. covered sugar bowl, a 4”h. cream pitcher, a 2 1/4”h. waste bowl, and a 26”w. 18 1/2”l. tray. Total weight approximately 249 ozt. $1,800-$2,500 388 THREE PIECES OF SILVER. Twentieth century. Brazilian charger with hammered finish (not pictured).. 14”d. Together with a Mexican sterling serving spoon and fork marked “Sanborns”. 8”l. 38 ozt. $500-$700 389 SILVER TRAY. Unmarked, but probably Mexican, 20th century. Floral rim and handles. 27 1/2”l., 80 ozt. $800-$1,200 390 SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE. Gorham, Providence, Rhode Island, early 20th century, sterling silver. Cambridge pattern, comprising sixty-six pieces (service for twelve, plus serving pieces). Total weight (excluding hollow-handled knives) approximately 56.5 ozt. $600-$900

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391 FOUR-PIECE SILVER PLATE TEA SERVICE. Marked for Elkington & Co., Birmingham, England,1869. Silver teapot, 6 1/2”h.; coffee pot, 9 1/2”h. (both with bone insulators and finials), open sugar and creamer, all with chased floral design. The reticulated tray is plated and marked “Sheffield Reproduction”, 13 1/2” x 20”. $600-$900

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393 FOUR ITEMS. Asian, 19th and 20th century. Lacquered tea caddy with gilt designs and two white metal inserts, 5 1/4”h. 8”w. 6”d.; lacquered box with transfer garden scene on lid, 2”h. 10 3/4”w.; small carved serpentine censer in the form of a foo dog, 3”h. and an Export bowl with pink roses, 3”h. 8”d. $300-$500 394 PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES. Japanese, late 19th-early 20th century. Finely detailed scenes of samurai and courtiers on gilt grounds. Signed on the bottom. 8 1/4”h. $150-$300

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392 CLOISONNE BUDDHA. Asian, 20th century. Hollow cast bronze Buddha in a meditative pose with a cloisonne robe featuring white chrysanthemums on blue. Cast mark on bottom. 24”h. $2,250-$2,750

395 ORIENTAL IVORY FIGURE GROUP. Japanese. Small diorama of a woodworker and his two sons surrounded by the tools of their trade. Faint signature. Eagle has repair. 5 1/2”h. $400-$800 396 CARVED IVORY FIGURE GROUP. Japanese. Fisherman and children carrying fish and clams. Detailed clothing with inked details. 8 1/2”h. $400-$800

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397 BRONZE OF ARCHER. Indonesian, 20th century. Figure of Rama with the bow of Vishnu. Patinated bronze with gold-colored costume. 27”h. including base. $700-$900 398 FOUR CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Three ivory netsukes with inked detail. Man with bamboo shoot, child sleeping and man drinking, 1 1/4” to 2”h. Together with a wooden figure of a man seated on a branch, 2 1/2”h. Signed. $100-$300 399 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. A scholar drinking tea, a man with a mask and a man with a woven poncho. The first two are signed. 1 1/4” to 2”h. $250-$350 400 THREE IVORY CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Two netsukes, frogs on a turtle, 2”l. and two figures, 1 3/4”l. Together with a carving of zodiac animals, 1 1/2”d. $200-$400

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401 FOUR IVORY CARVINGS. Japanese, 20th century. Two carvings of frogs and acrobats, 2”, 1 1/4”l. Together with two netsukes. A frog, 2”l. and a girl, 1 1/2”h. All signed but the acrobats. $200-$300 402 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century. Ivory rats, 2”l. and a turtle creature on a clam, signed. 1 1/2”l. Together with a wooden dog, 1 1/2”l. $200-$300

403 THREE NETSUKES. Japanese, 20th century, ivory. Man seated on a barrel, 1 1/2”h., a man with two demons, 2”h. and a carp, 2 1/2”l. Signed. $200-$300

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404 TABLE. Probably European, 1st half-19th century, walnut. Square table has one-board top measuring 33 1/2” wide, straight apron with applied bead molding and tapered legs. Rich color. 28 1/2”h. 33 1/2’”w. 36”l. $350-$550 405 GEORGE III PEMBROKE TABLE. English, ca.1800, mahogany and oak. Unusual form with swing legs, and exceptionally figured mahogany. Minor imperfections. 29”h. 24 1/4”w. (closed) 47 1/2”w. (open) 34”d. $300-$500 406 REGENCY SHAVING MIRROR. Probably English, early 19th century, mahogany and pine. Bowfront central drawer flanked by two stacks of two drawers. Imperfections. 24 1/2”h. 22”w. 8”d. $200-$400 407 TABLE LAMP. Probably American, mid 19th century, brass. Classical style column and stepped white marble base support a frosted and etched shade. Oil lamp refit for electricity. Prisms have minor flakes. 30”h. $250-$450

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408 MINIATURE LATE CLASSICAL CHEST OF DRAWERS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mahogany and pine. Two drawers projecting over three, one “secret” drawer is hidden under the top and the second drawer made to resemble three smaller ones. Tapered half columns ending on short turned feet. Refinished. 18”h. 17 ½“w. 10”d. $225-$450 409 INLAID TEA CADDY. English, early 19th century, mahogany veneer. Banded trim inlay with brass flower basket handle escutcheon and brass feet. Two interior compartments and a center compartment for later mixing bowl. 6 1/2”h. 12”w. 6”d. $400-$600

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410 PORTRAIT. English, watercolor on laid paper. Full-length portrait of a gentleman “George Morland, Sketched by his friend William Armfield Hobday 1803”. 7 1/2’H. 4 1/2”w., in a modern frame, 14 1/4”h. 11 1/2”w. $200-$400


411 THREE PIECES OF ENGLISH SILVER. Bowl with London hallmarks for 1829 and a partial maker’s mark, 9 3/4”d. Together with a small ladle with 1810 London marks made by Soloman Hougham, 7 1/4”l. and a pair of sugar tongs. Exeter marks for 1864, maker’s initials “TS”, 5 3/4”l. $400-$600 412 THREE ITEMS. English, 19th and 20th century. Sheffield type silver plate warming dish with decorative gadrooning, 14”l. 7 1/2”h. Together with a burl veneer lockbox with paper lined interior, 4”h. 9 1/2”w. 6 1/4”d. and a small leather playing card case. 3”h. 4 1/4”l. $200-$400 413 MINIATURE CHIPPENDALE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Probably English, late 18th-early 19th century, mahogany, pine and oak. Well-detailed chest has molded edge top, two over three beaded dovetailed drawers, applied bracket feet and base molding. Old crazed finish. 11 ½“h. 14 ½“w. 6”d. $400-$800

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414 BRONZE ELEPHANT BY FRANZ BERGMANN (AUSTRIA/AMERICA, 1898-1977). Impressed with “B” in urn with “Geschutzt 8412”. Cast elephant and mahout, cold painted original colors. Minor wear, 3 3/4”h. $250-$450 415 BRONZE FOX ATTRIBUTED TO FRANZ BERGMANN (AUSTRIA/AMERICA, 1898-1977). Unsigned, but similar to other foxes by Bergmann. Cold painted with original color. Minor wear, 4 1/4”h. $200-$300 416 RELIGIOUS PORTRAIT, (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY). Oil on a copper sheet, unsigned. Praying man wearing a cross and depicted in clouds. Imperfections. 7”h. 5 1/4”w., in a frame, 8 1/2”h. 7 1/2”w. $150-$300 417 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on copper, unsigned. Detailed portrait of a woman wearing Etruscan Revival gold earrings, a pearl necklace and an elaborately carved tortoise shell hair comb. Some wear. 7 1/8”h. 6”w. Walnut frame. 11 7/8”h. 9 7/8”w. $350-$700

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418 LADY'S PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET. Platinum bracelet in a wave pattern with twelve pearls and one hundred seventy-eight diamonds. 6 3/4"l. $5,000-$7,000 419 LADY'S DIAMOND BROOCH. Platinum spray design brooch with twenty-two marquise cut diamonds and thirty-five brilliant cut diamonds. 1 3/4" x 1 1/2". $4,000-$6,000 420 LADY'S GOLD AND DIAMOND RING. 14KT white gold, diamond cluster ring in a waterfall design with forty-eight diamonds. $1,000-$2,000 421 LADY'S COVERED WRIST WATCH. 14KT white gold Hamilton watch with sixty-seven diamonds including a brilliant cut diamond on the face cover surrounded by thirty single cut diamonds. Retro fitted with quartz movement. $500-$1,000 422 LADY'S WRIST WATCH. Platinum Hamilton watch with sixty-eight diamonds. The watch is manual wind and the case is numbered 19804. $2,000-$4,000

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423 LADY’S BROOCH. Marked “Italy”. 18KT yellow and white gold freeform brooch with forty-four bead set round brilliant cut diamonds. Two diamonds are chipped. 2 3/8”x 1 3/4”. $1,000-$2,000 424 DIAMOND BROOCH. Platinum pierced bow shaped brooch set with one hundred fifty-six diamonds including one hundred thirty-eight brilliant cut diamonds and eighteen channel set baguette cut diamonds along the ribbon. 2 1/2”l. 2”w. $4,000-$8,000 423

425 PEARL NECKLACE. Single strand with seventy-five cultured pearls 7.0 ot 7.5mm. 14KT yellow gold clasp. 25”l. $600-$1,200 426 PEARL NECKLACE. Single strand with one hundred cultured pearls, 6.0 to 6.5mm. 14KT yellow gold clasp. 29”l. $400-$800 424

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427 IVORY CARVING. Chinese, late 19th century. Full-length figure of a woman, probably Quan Yin, holding lotus blossoms. Inked detail. 15 3/4”h. including wooden base. $1,000-$1,500

430 CARVED IVORY EMPEROR AND EMPRESS. Chinese, late 19th century. Nicely carved figures seated on dragon and phoenix thrones. The emperor is missing a finial. 9”, 9 1/4”h. including wooden bases. $1,200-$1,500

428 IVORY CARVING. Chinese, late 19th century. Two figures, one of a woman with a lotus blossom, the other of a man with a scepter and sword. Inked details. Age splits near the base. 12 1/2”h. including wooden base. $350-$650

431 SMALL BRUSH POT. Chinese, 19th century, ivory. Two carved panels with scenes of villagers and a pierce-carved base. Bottom insert missing. 4 1/2”h. $600-$800

429 CARVED ROBED FIGURE. Asian, late 19th-early 20th century, bone. Hollow carving of a figure holding a sword and flower basket. Traces of red color. Top plug missing. 7 3/8”h. $150-$250 84 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

432 CARVED FIGURAL GROUP. Chinese, early 20th century, ivory. Pyramid of fishermen top with a deity holding a lotus blossom and surrounded by a flaming nimbus. Some inked detail. Partial signature on bottom. 11 1/4”h. $300-$500


433 PAIR OF BIRD CARVINGS. Chinese, 20th century, jade, possibly Moss in Snow. Phoenix with peonies and songbirds below. Minor edge loss. 10”h. $750-$1,500 434 CARVED STONE VASE. Chinese, early 20th century, Nephrite jade. Footed, pierce carved vase with leaf handles and carved chain. Natural fissure at one leg. 6”h. plus chain, wooden frame, 17”h. $1,000-$1,500

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435 THREE WOOD GARDEN STOOLS. Chinese, 20th century, burl. A pair of root stools with inset tops, 18”h. 14”d. Together with a solid stump, 19”h. 12”w. $150-$350 436 COFFEE TABLE. Chinese, 20th century, burl. Freeform root legs and stretcher support a pieced top. 19 1/2”h. 40 1/2”w. 20 1/2”d. $200-$300

437 JARDINIERE. Chinese, 20th century, porcelain. Blue and white vase hand decorated with scholars. 11 1/2”h. 13”d. $200-$400

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438 PAIR OF GARDEN SEATS. Chinese, 20th century, porcelain. Barrel shaped seats with brightly colored peonies and phoenix. 18 1/2”h. 10 1/2”d. $100-$200 | 85


440 LADY’S WRIST WATCH. 14KT white gold Hamilton watch with seventeen jewel movement. The face is surrounded by eighteen brilliant cut diamonds, the band consists of seventy-two pearls in three rows with diamond spacers. Dial is flaked. $1,000-$2,000 441 LADY’S WRIST WATCH. 14KT yellow gold Le Coultre watch with seventeen jewel movement. The face has twelve bead set single cut diamonds with cultured pearl accents. The band consists of sixty-six cultured pearls in three rows with diamond spacers. Serial # 779049. $800-$1,200 442 LADY’S SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING. 14KT white gold cluster ring with thirteen brilliant cut diamonds and thirteen brilliant cut natural blue sapphires. $800-$1,200

439

443 LADY’S PEARL RING AND BRACELET. Pictured is a 14KT yellow gold ring with a16.5mm mabe pearl. Together with a bracelet of a single strand of fourteen cultured pearls, 6.0 to 6.44mm. 7”l. $300-$600 444 LADY’S PEARL AND DIAMOND RING. Platinum featuring a south sea cultured pearl surrounded by fifty-six diamonds, both triangle and single cut. $2,000-$4,000

439 LADY’S DIAMOND AND PEARL BROOCH. 18KT white gold brooch with diamonds. Flower and ribbon design with a cultured pearl center. One hundred thirty-seven bead set round brilliant cut diamonds. 3 3/16”l. 1 3/4”w. $1,000-$2,000

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445 LADY’S WRIST WATCH. 14KT white gold Hamilton watch with a marquise shaped face surrounded by diamonds with a diamond band. Sixty-six diamonds total. Replaced quartz movement. $1,000-$2,000 446 LADY’S DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE BRACELET. 18KT white gold bracelet in a wave design with sixty-six marquise cut natural blue sapphires and twenty-six round brilliant cut diamonds. 7”l. One diamond is chipped. $400-$800


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447 TWO EQUESTRIAN PRINTS. Both aquatints on wove paper, includes Kisber, engraved by G. Hester after a painting by Harry Hall, London: Baily and Company, 1876, 20”h. 24”w. (plate), in a period frame, 25”h. 29”w.; together with Kingcraft, engraved by Hunt and Son after a painting by Hunt Sr., Covent Garden: George Reese, 1870, 19”h. 22 1/2”w. (plate), in a period frame, 24 1/4”h. 29”w. $200-$400 448 TWO-PIECE LATE CLASSICAL CHEST OF DRAWERS AND MIRROR. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, figured mahogany veneer, poplar and pine. Ornately scalloped crown molding over swing mirror flanked by upright narrow cabinets, all trimmed with beaded molding and resting on handkerchief drawers and marble surface. The chest has three bookend veneer drawers and shaped skirt. The well-figured veneer has minor loss and repair. 19 1/2”d. 43 3/4”w. 83 1/2”h. $300-$600

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449 STILL LIFE BY EMIL JACQUES (BELGIUM/INDIANA, 1874-1937). Oil on wooden board, signed and dated 1903 upper left. Fruit with a glass of wine. Some inpainting. 11 3/4”h. 19”w., in a gilt frame, 17 1/2”h. 24”w. $500-$1,000

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450 TWO MARINE PAINTINGS (LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Both oils on canvas. Pictured is a portrait of a ship, signed lower right, 10”h. 7”w., in a fine gilt frame, 14 1/4”h. 11 1/4”w. Together with a coastal view with three boats, unsigned, 9”h. 12”w., in a period gilt frame, 10 1/2”h. 13 1/2”w. $250-$350 451 FALL LANDSCAPE WITH POND (LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. A fine colorful view of a field and a pond with waterlilies. 18”h. 30 1/4”w., in a fine gilt frame, 29”h. 41”w. $500-$800 452 CRAWFORD NOTCH BY EARL NORTH (AMERICA, 1904-1989). Oil on canvas board, signed lower left, titled and signed on verso. Fall landscape in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. 20”h. 24”w., in a rustic frame, 26 1/2”h. 30 1/2”w. $300-$500 453 FOLKSY ROCKING CHAIR. American, late 19th-early 20th century, mixed woods. Bamboo and spool turnings with old yellow, green, brown, blue and red paint divided by black down in the turnings. Old cloth seat. 15 1/2”h. 35 1/2”h overall. $200-$400

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454 TWO PIECES OF TOPAZ JEWELRY. 14KT yellow gold bracelet with seventeen oval, natural blue topaz. Two stones are chipped. 7"l. Together with a 14KT yellow gold ring with pear shaped natural blue topaz. $200-$400

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455 LADY'S COVERED WRIST WATCH. 14KT yellow gold Baume & Mercier watch with quartz movement. Nugget style cover featuring nine round brilliant cut diamonds. $900-$1,200 456 LADY'S DIAMOND BROOCH. Marked "Italy". 18KT yellow and white gold stylized floral brooch with twenty-two chrysoberyl and one hundred twenty-one diamonds. $2,000-$3,000 457 LADY'S COVERED WRIST WATCH. 14KT yellow gold Hamilton watch with twentytwo jewel movement. Pear shaped cover with two bead set round brilliant cut diamonds. One hand is broken. $400-$600 458 TWO LADY'S RINGS. Pictured is a 14KT yellow gold fashion ring with three round brilliant cut diamonds. The other is a 14KT yellow gold ring with a fluted bead center. $600-$800 459 TWO PIECES OF LADY'S JEWELRY. One pair of 14KT yellow gold and mabe pearl earrings, 14.7 to 15.0mm. Together with a bracelet of two strands of pearls, approximately 4.5mm, with a heart shaped amethyst surrounded by twelve diamonds. $200-$400

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460 PEARL NECKLACE. Single strand of one hundred eighty-three silver-colored cultured pearls, 6.5 to 7.0mm. 54"l. $800-$1,200

463 LADY'S PEARL BROOCH. 14KT yellow gold foliate design brooch with twenty-three pearls, 7.8 to 5.6mm, and thirty-five seed pearls. 1 1/2"l. 2"w. $300-$500

461 PEARL NECKLACE. Single strand of one hundred-one cultured pearls 6.6 to 6.9mm. 31"l. with gold filled clasp. $500-$1,000

464 PEARL NECKLACE. 14KT white gold chain with twenty-three cultured pearls, 7.9 to 8.4mm. 22 1/2"l. $600-$800

462 PAIR OF PEARL EARRINGS. 14KT white gold earrings with mabe pearls, 17.9 to 18mm, surrounded by a total of forty-two diamonds. $200-$400

465 PEARL NECKLACE. Single strand of one hundred-six silver-colored cultured pearls, 6.5 to 7.0mm. 32 1/2�l. $500-$1,000 | 91


466 CHIFFEROBE. American, early 20th century, mahogany. Two-door wardrobe next to a stack of eight drawers and a small door, and topped by a sliding mirror. Retains its original, alligatored finish. 57”h. 53 1/2”w. 21 3/4”d. $400-$600 467 PAIR OF ANDIRONS WITH FENDER. French, late 19th-early 20th century, brass. Louis XVI style andirons in the form of draped urns. 12”h. $600-$800 468 COUNTRY LANDSCAPE BY CHARLES M. CARTER (CALIFORNIA, 1853-1929). Oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1906. Impressionistic view of a the country in the spring. Imperfections. 15”h. 18”w., in a gilt frame, 22 1/4”h. 25 1/4”w. $200-$400 469 STILL LIFE WITH BREAD (EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Apples, lettuce, a loaf of bread, and a bottle of soda pop. Imperfections. 14”h. 17”w., in a period frame, 19 1/4”h. 22 1/2”w. $200-$400 466 - 467

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470 HARBOR SCENE WITH SHIPS, SCHOOL OF EMILE GRUPPE (MASSACHUSETTS, 1896-1978). Oil on canvas, unsigned. New England harbor scene, typical of Gruppe’s work, with a large ship at center. Unframed, 24”h. 26”w. $500-$1,000 471 HARBOR VIEW BY DON K. WILSON (AMERICA, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Impressionistic view of a harbor, probably New York or New England. Minor imperfections. 20”h. 24”w., in a modern gilt frame, 26 1/2”h. 30 1/4”w. $300-$500 472 VERMONT BY EARL NORTH (AMERICA, 1904-1989). Oil on canvas, signed lower right, dated 1976, and titled and signed on verso. Large, colorful fall landscape in the New England mountains. 24”h. 30”w., in a modern frame, 32”h. 38”w. $400-$600 473 REGENCY-STYLE TABLE. English, 20th century, mahogany and oak. Two drawers, two drop leaves, and string inlay, resting on splayed legs ending in brass casters. 28 1/2”H. 36”w. (closed) 58 3/4”w. (open) 27 1/4”d. $250-$450 470

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474 MARQUETRY FRENCH-STYLE CURIO CABINET. Continental, 20th century, veneered mixed woods. Bowfront cabinet with cabriole legs and pierced apron. Mirrored back and two glass shelves. 63”h. 28”w. 14”d. $300-$600 475 DECORATED CONSOLE TABLE. Twentieth century, mixed woods. Mirrored top with reverse-painted frieze resting on elaborately scrolled legs. Minor imperfections. 33 1/4”h. 40”w. 14 1/2”d. $250-$450 476 DECORATED TILT-TOP TEA TABLE. Twentieth century. Classical form with a lyre pillar and scrolled feet, and decorated in black lacquer and gold paint. 27”h. 25”w. 25”d. $200-$400

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477 POTS DE CREME SET. Continental, 2nd half-19th century, porcelain. Three-tiered stand with twelve covered pots. White with pink bands and gilt accents. One cup has damage. Stand, 11”h. $200-$400

478 DECORATED VANITY. European, 20th century, hardwood. Figured veneer with hand painted landscape and foliate garlands. Fluted applied pilasters and legs. Eight dovetailed drawers with velvet lift-out bottoms. Some surface wear. 27 12”h. 49”w. 17 1/2”d. $300-$500 479 DECORATED MIRROR. American or European, 20th century, hardwood. Gold-painted frame with the top having a hand painted still life in oil on wooden board. Signed “A. Bietrand”. Two beveled-edge mirrors. 70 1/2”h. 35 1/4”w. $200-$300 480 PAINTED DECORATED SERVER. American, 1920-1940, mahogany. Bowfront server decorated with green, black and yellow paint to resemble shaped panels and string inlay. Fitted center drawer over curved doors opening to four pull out shelves. Applied square rosettes and painted swags. 36”h. 44”w. 22 ¾“d. $300-$600 94 | GARTH’S July 25, 2009

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481 STREET SCENE BY EVA WORCESTER (MICHIGAN, 1892-1970). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Neighborhood street with trees. 30”h. 25”w., in a wood frame, 36 1/2”h. 32”w. $200-$400

482 STILL LIFE BY JUNE BURKHOLDER (INDIANA, 1892-1996). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Aqua bottle and cabbage. 30”h. 34”w., in a wood frame, 36”h. 40”w. $300-$400

483 LOUIS XV-STYLE DESK. Drexel, North Carolina, 2nd half-20th century, maple and oak. Serpentine top with faux marbleized writing surface above three drawers, supported by cabriole legs. Distressed dark green finish with gilt highlighting and ormolu mounts. 30”h. 53”w. 27”d. $400-$600 484 MIRROR. European, 2nd half-19th century, pine. Rococo style mirror with carved shells and acanthus leaves. Iridescent gold repaint and replaced lower frame. 60”h. 22”w. $350-$650

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ARTIST and MAKER INDEX Adams

310

Gorham

390

Noritake

Bailey, Banks and Biddle

184

Greaves, W.

328

North, Earl

Gruppe, Emile

469

Pavesi, Pietro

326

56

Pena, Amado

216

Baker Furniture Co.

229, 230

Banks and Thorley

75

Bawo and Dotter

1

Benlliure y Morales, Emilio Bergman, C. Bergmann, Franz Bodineaux, C. Bonne, Rigobert Bonsib, Louis William Boughton, George Henry

181 66 414, 415 360 55 4 67

Havel, Robert Jr.

371

Phelps and Evington

Hokusai

278

Phillips, Jay Campbell

354

Portielje, Jan

263

Holdcraft

75, 108, 110, 162, 309 111

Potthast Bros.

312

Huntzinger

246

Piranesi, Giovanni Battista

226

Quatrain

227

International

247

Rost, Ernest C.

217

Jacques, Emil

449

Scranton, J.

255

Burkholder, June

482

Jenson, G.

Carter, Charles M.

467

Jensen, Georg

Cavalieri, L.

329

Jones, George

Coalbrookdale Co.

363

Copeland

115

Keck, Hans

Corsi

367

Kittinger

212, 213, 214

Davis Cabinet

322

Delorme, Hubert

2

53, 385

Ito, Shinsui Janssonius, Joan

Dali, Salvador

55 3 384

76, 77, 83, 102, 147, 164, 308 181 16, 85, 98, 99, 100, 101,

124, 152, 153, 154, 159, 160, 268, 318 Leleu, Jules Lowry, William Luneville

365, 366 68 158

Drexel 88,

483

Macdonald, Murray

65

Elkington and Co.

391

McGuire

43

Eureka Pottery

109

Messenger and Sons

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72

62

Hougham, Soloman

167

78

452, 471

Henredon

Bunking, H.C.

Cunha, Jose

130

Minton

Shiley, Sylvester

63

Smith, Letta Crapo

267

Spode

73

Steelink, William

142

Thompson, William

215

Tiffany

249, 250

Toyokuni III

278

Van Der Straeten, George

266

Van Wyngaerdt, Piet Villasante, Altino Wedgwood

14 168, 171, 254

58, 79, 80, 81, 108, 145, 149, 157, 158, 163, 306

Wilson, Donald K.

470

313

Wolfert, Charles

324, 325

112, 156, 307

Worchester, Eva

481

327

Morden, Robert

223

Wou-Ki, Zao

6

Nielson, Harold

384

Wright, Ann Herzog

321

Wylie

165

128, 129

Niermann - Weeks

47

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DEFINITIONS OF STATEMENTS: a) “Attributed to” – work is of the period of the named artist and may be the work of that artist, but not definitely so. b) “Circle of” – work of the period closely associated with the artist or from his studio. c) “School of” – work by a pupil or follower of the artist, in his style. d) “After” – in our opinion, a copy of the work of the artist. e) “Signed” – has a signature that in our opinion is the signature of the artist. f) “Bears signature” – has signature that in our opinion might be the signature of the artist.

PREVIEWS: We encourage our clients to come and examine the items before each auction. Preview times are listed in the forward of each catalog. The stage is closed during the auction. 100 | GARTH’S May 23, 2009


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 $25 $501-1,000 $50 $1,001-3,000 $100 $3,001-5,000 $250 $5,000-10,000 $500 $10,000-30,000 $1,000 or auctioneer’s discretion $30,000-50,000 $2,500 or auctioneers discretion $50,000 & up 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. With personal checks, current identification (valid driver’s license) must be presented. 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 $25 will be assessed on all returned checks.

PACKING AND SHIPPING: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. will ship items bought at auction at the purchaser’s risk. Purchasers will be billed for packing, handling, postage and insurance. Merchandise will be shipped within 15 days of receipt of payment. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is in no way responsible for the acts or omissions of independent contractors, packers or carriers of purchased merchandise. In most cases furniture is shipped through independent contractors. A list is available upon request.

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.

ONLINE BIDDING: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. may offer online bidding on specific catalogued auctions. For availability and online bidding policies visit our auction listing at www.garths.com. | 101


GARTH’S POLICY (continued) 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 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: Tom Porter, 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 an appraisal service for insurance, estate tax, family division or other purposes.

HOTELS Best Western Delaware Inn (Delaware)* Best Western Franklin Park (Polaris) Campbell House (Delaware) 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)* * A discount may be given to Garth’s customers (when reservations are made) * Family pets are welcome 102 | GARTH’S May 23, 2009

RESTAURANTS (within 20 minutes) 740-363-3510 614-396-5100 740-363-1143 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

Bravo Columbus Fish Market Hoggy’s J Gilberts O’Charley’s Polaris Grill Roadhouse Grill

614-888-3881 614-410-3474 614-433-7447 614-840-9090 614-846-9744 614-431-5598 740-657-1108

RESTAURANTS (Delaware area) Buns Nova Old Bag of Nails Vaquero’s Hoggy’s

740-363-2867 740-362-4810 740-368-8083 740-362-0919 740-369-3471


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. | 103


Introducing Garth’s Newest Hybrid... As many of you may know, our company has taken the “Antiques are green” slogan to heart – promoting our offerings as an ecologically friendly alternative to new furnishings and adopting green business practices wherever possible. In fact, we look at any new purchase or project, large and small, as an opportunity for responsible stewardship of our resources. Our dedication to walk the talk recently led us to the purchase of a hybrid vehicle for our sales fleet. The choice was obvious: looks great, economical, and gets the job done. As a result of the past 12-24 months of worrisome predictions and uncomfortable realities, consignors have been shaken to the core. More often than not these days, we are reassuring sellers that it remains an ok time to sell – that efforts to predict the return to pre-recession prices are futile. In fact, as we all know, price fluctuations are dependent upon more than solely economic condition(s). But, until consignor confidence meets consumer confidence, auctioneers and dealers will need to be agile enough to adjust their marketing and selling strategies to meet the market. These are the times that smaller may mean better: companies and individuals who can respond quickly to shifting market conditions will not only survive, but thrive. We believe Garth’s is well-positioned to create opportunity where others see challenge: re-focusing on the marketing to the middle, and waiting patiently for confidence in the highest end, where we shine, to return. As our July auction came together and the deadline for marketing materials loomed, it became obvious that this auction is the product of consignor and market shift. As a result, we needed another new vehicle – this time metaphorically speaking: a vehicle to bring to auction quality objects demanding an international audience, with a piercingly effective and efficient marketing strategy. While our catalogs have become quite eye-catching and a consignor favorite in the industry, the reality is that catalog events need to be of a certain “economic” formula to make good business sense. Additionally, recent changes to our Eclectic Auctions, including an online catalog, have yielded steadily increasing average lot values as well as greater national attention, but (as with most estate or house auctions) it still remains largely a regional venue. July’s auction is what we have half-jokingly referred to as our “newest hybrid”: with a quality overview of the offerings delivered to the largest database of Garth’s clients, additional print advertising and several new on-line venues, we believe we have bridged the gap between seven-figure catalogued auctions and the regional, vintage and collectible events – looks great, makes good business sense, and gets the job done. We hope you enjoy the innovations – and, look forward to talking with you about these and other relevant issues. The phone lines and doors are always open! Best Regards, Amelia and Jeff Jeffers

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 Manchester Pickers Market Antiques Show

V LO EN A T CA IE A TI NT ON !

This fast-paced, one day event features over 80 real pickers and dealers offering 18th, 19th and early 20th century fresh-to-the-market antiques.

Monday, August 3 Early Buying: 9am - 11am $35 per person  General Admission: 11am - 4pm $10 per person

Two Great Shows ... One Great Location!

FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED SHOWS !!

The Furniture World Building 1300 S. Porter St, Manchester, NH 03103 Exit 1/ S. Willow St., off Rte. 293/101 (across from the Mall of NH)

 On-site Shipper  Show Cafe  Free Parking

For show details, call (845) 876-0616 or visit www.barnstar.com CELEBRATING

16

S! YEAR

Wednesday, August 5 9am - 6pm

Thursday, August 6 

MID  WEEK MANCHESTER IN

A N T I Q U E S

S H O W

Join us for the show that started a tradition!

11am - 5pm Admission $15.00 (re-entry with hand stamp)

Featuring over 100 outstanding dealers exhibiting 18th, 19th and early 20th c. authentic antiques in room settings.

SMART BUY! Purchase our Two-Show Ticket for Early-Buying at the Manchester Pickers Market ($45) and save $5 off admission at MidWeek in Manchester on Wednesday!

Start your week with a Great Antique!

       BARN  STAR  PRODUCTIONS     FRANK  GAGLIO,   MANAGER 





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