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20th Century Art + Design Sale 150 November 19, 2019—2pm 145 East Walnut Avenue, Monrovia CA 91016 Previews November 14–November 18: 12pm-4pm November 19: Doors open 10am Featuring property from: The Nevada Museum of Art - Lots 2058-2065 Previews The Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and12pm-4pm Stuart Hodosh Collection - Lots 2126-2226 November 14–November 18: November 19: Doors open 10am

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Fine Art Department Bree Hughes Post-War and Contemporary Art Specialist bree@johnmoran.com

Morgana Blackwelder Director, Vice president morgana@johnmoran.com

Jeff Moran President jeff@johnmoran.com

Bobby Cullen Cataloguer bobby@johnmoran.com

Furniture & Decorative Arts John Simon Taylor 20th Century Furniture & Decorative Art Specialist jsimon@johnmoran.com

Roland Rykiewiscz Director, Vice president roland@johnmoran.com

Jardine Gates Cataloguer jardine@johnmoran.com

Jewelry Department Mollie Burns Keith G.J.G. Director mollie@johnmoran.com

Jardine Gates, GIA G.G. Cataloguer jardine@johnmoran.com


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Eyvind Earle

(1916-2000 Carmel, CA) “Red Barns and Tall Trees Casting Shadows in a Snow Covered Precisionist Landscape,” 1970 Oil on canvas laid to masonite Signed and dated lower right: Eyvind Earle, numbered lower left: 120, titled on a gallery label affixed verso 22” H x 28” W $4,000-6,000 Provenance: Trotter Galleries, Carmel, CA

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Eyvind Earle

(1916-2000 Carmel, CA) “Big Tree,” 1969 Oil on canvas laid to board Signed and dated lower right: Eyvind Earle, titled on a gallery label affixed verso 16” H x 12” W $2,500-3,500 Provenance: Zantman Art Galleries, Carmel, CA Trotter Galleries, Carmel, CA

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Richard Bunkall

(1953-1999 Pasadena, CA) Pier scene with fishermen Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Bunkall, numbered on the stretcher: #799 22” H x 28” W $4,000-6,000

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Betty Feves

(1918-1985 American) Two works, bud vase and stylized clay figure Glazed ceramic One signed: Feves Larger: 13.5” H x 7” W x 5” D $1,000-2,000

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Richard Bunkall

(1953-1999 Pasadena, CA) Figures outside a mosque Oil on canvas Signed upper left: Bunkall 30� H x 40� W $5,000-7,000

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Charles Green Shaw

(1892-1974 New York, NY) Abstract composition with red line Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Shaw 20” H x 16” W $2,000-3,000

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Polia Pillin

(1909-1992 Los Angeles, CA) Folded bowl with stylized figures Polychrome-glazed ceramic Signed to bottom: Pillin 4.25” H x 11.25” W x 6” D

2008

$800-1,200

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Polia Pillin

(1909-1992 Los Angeles, CA) Figural vase Polychrome-glazed ceramic Signed: Pillin 8” H x 7” W x 5.25” D $600-800

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Polia Pillin

(1909-1992 Los Angeles, CA) Stylized figural vase Polychrome-glazed ceramic Signed: Pillin 8.325” H x 3.75” W x 3.25” D $800-1,200

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Peter Max

(b. 1937 New York, NY) Red head girl, 1971 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Max, numbered verso: PM 199 / LA 901209 34” H x 38” W $6,000-9,000

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2012

(1892-1980 Russian) Untitled (Butterfly) Gouache on paper under Plexiglas Initialed lower center: E.G. Sheet: 8” H x 11.5” W

(b. 1961 Sierra Madre, CA) “Emasculated Bull” Oil on masonite Signed lower left: Shag, signed again, titled and dated verso 9” H x 12” W

Eugène Gabritschevsky

Josh “Shag” Agle

$1,500-2,500

$4,000-6,000

Provenance: Cordier & Warren Gallery, New York, NY

Provenance: Laguna Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA

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Margaret Keane

(b. 1927 Honolulu, HI) Portrait of a young crying girl Oil on canvas Signed upper left: MDH Keane and with the copyright symbol 24” H x 18” W $6,000-8,000

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Alexander Calder

(1898-1976 American) Untitled, 1968 Gouache and watercolor on Canson paper under Plexiglas Signed and dated lower right: Calder, authenticated by the foundation: A09179 Sheet: 29.25” H x 43” W $60,000-80,000 Provenance: Southern California Collection Sold: Sotheby’s, New York, October 12, 1991, Sale 1373, Lot 289

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lexander Calder was born in Lawnton, Pennsylvania, into a family of sculptors and artists going back generations. Calder’s parents did not want their son to go into the family business, so instead he studied mechanical engineering. Returning to art as a young man, Calder’s unique skill set and colorful sensibility would permeate every work he produced, branding them in his unique style. Untitled, painted in 1968, is steeped in Calder’s prized bright palette. Set against a bright yellow ground accented with dots, spirals, the bold black butterfly and spiderweblike asterisk dominates the composition and together with a supporting cast of a snail and worm imbues the otherwise abstract work with the natural world. One sees Calder’s gesture in this whimsical painting untethered to traditions.

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Betty Gold

(b. 1935 California) Triangle deconstruction (four works) Acrylic on Arches paper under Plexiglas Each: Signed lower right: Betty Gold Sheet of each: 22.5” H x 15” W $1,200-1,800

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enice, California-based Betty Gold was born in Austin, Texas, in 1935. A former Miss Texas, Gold is most prized for her sculptures of steel plates coated in bright colors. Gold has long trod her own path in both life and art, pursuing a career in the male-dominated field of largescale sculpture, and thriving. “My inspiration comes from many directions, experiences, and channels, but my work always begins with the simple act of folding paper” (Betty Gold). This humble beginning is particularly evident in the two works included in this auction. The sharp folds and steep angles evoke the folds of paper on which the form was based. The primary colors of yellow and red command attention and create an irresistible blend of form and finish.

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Betty Gold

(b. 1935 California) Untitled (yellow form) Painted steel 46” H x 63” W x 16” D $1,200-1,800

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Betty Gold

(b. 1935 California) Untitled (Red Form) Painted steel Initialed to base 46.625” H x 73” W x 30” D $1,200-1,800

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Edward Reep

(1918-2013 Bakersfield, CA) “Reticular Series #8,” (diptych) Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Reep, signed again and titled on the stretcher Each: 54” H x 49.5” W; Total: 54” H x 99.5” W $2,000-3,000

*Lots 2018 & 2021 are No Lot.

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Wojieck Fangor

(1922-2015 Polish) Untitled abstract, 1973 Mixed media on paper under glass Signed and dated lower right: Fangor Sight: 19� H x 23� W $8,000-12,000

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Moshe Mokady

(1902-1975 Israeli) Portrait of a boy in a hat Oil on canvas Signed upper right: Mokady 28.75” H x 23.5” W $2,000-4,000 Provenance: Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv By descent in the family to current owner

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Jacob Epstein

(1921-2003 Israel/Poland) “Louise” Bronze with green patina 14.5” H x 7” W x 9” D $3,000-5,000 Provenance: Leicester Galleries, London, England Literature: Richard Buckle, Jacob Epstein, Sculptor, Cleveland and New York World Publishing Co., 1963, p. 196, no. 299.

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Jacob Epstein

(1880-1959 Israel/Poland) “Girl from Baku” Bronze with gray-green patina 22.5” H x 15.5” W x 11.5” D $7,000-9,000 Provenance: Dazell Hatfiled Galleries, Los Angeles, CA Literature: Richard Buckle, Jacob Epstein, Sculptor, Cleveland and New York World Publishing Co., 1963, p. 285, no. 439.

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(1920-1982 Israeli) Untitled (abstract composition), 1957 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Argov / 57-8, signed and dated again an numbered verso: 286 25.75” H x 36” W

(1895-1984 Israeli) Abstract still life with apple Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Janco 21.5” H x 28.75” W

Michael Argov

$1,000-2,000

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Marcel Janco

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv By descent in the family to current owner

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Nikos Kessanlis

(1930-2004 Greek) “Composizione No. 40,” 1957 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Nikos, signed and dated again and titled verso 33” H x 43” W $8,000-12,000

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(1927-2012 Italian) “Piazza Navona,” 1961 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Simbari, titled on the frame plaque 31.5” H x 47.5” W

(1933-2004 Oakland, CA) Coastal with sailboats Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Frey, signed again and inscribed verso 24.5” H x 36” W

Nicola Simbari

Viola Frey

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000

Provenance: Wally Findlay Gallery, Chicago, IL

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Constantine Kluge

(1912-2003 French) Parisian street scene Oil on canvas Signed lower right: C. Kluge 45” H x 77” W $8,000-12,000

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Robert Wlerick

(1882-1944 French) Bust of a woman Patinated cast bronze on marble plinth Edition 7/10; Signed: Wlerick; Pastille: Cire Perdue C. Valsuani 14.25” H x 10” W x 8” D $2,000-3,000

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Robert Wlerick

(1882-1944 French) Bust of a woman Patinated cast bronze on marble plinth Edition 2/5; Signed: R. Wlerick; Further signed: Thinot Fondeur Paris 12.625” H x 9.75” W x 7” D $2,000-3,000

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Robert Wlerick

(1882-1944 French) Bust of a woman Patinated cast bronze on marble plinth Edition: 7/10; Signed: R. Wlerick; Further stamped: L. Thinot Fondeur Paris 15.5” H x 11” W x 10.25” D 2033

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(1921-1978 British) Woman in hat at the counter, 1958 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left: Alan Lowndes 30” H x 22” W

(20th Century American) “Wilted Rose” Oil on canvas Signed lower right: B. Williams, initialed verso, signed again and titled on a label affixed to the stretcher 32” H x 24” W

Alan Lowndes

$2,000-3,000

Benjamin Forrest Williams

$2,000-3,000

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Glenn Ness

(b. 1959 American) “Waiting for the Epiphany” Oil on canvas Signed and titled verso: Glenn Ness 16” H x 12” W $3,000-5,000 Provenance: Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA

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Betty Hoenshell Younger

(1932-2019 California) “The Eye” Anodized and chromed steel and brass on a plinth 33.25” H x 24.25’ W x 10” D $3,000-4,000 2037

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(1926-2018 American) Untitled (vertical drawing), 1976 Charcoal, graphite, masking tape and pastel on paper backed with linen under glass Initialed and dated lower right: E Image/sheet: 39.5” H x 33” W

Third quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned Designed 1966 by Warren Platner (1919-2006 New Haven, CT), the circular wire base with circular clear glass top 15” H x 42” Dia.

Ed Moses

$8,000-12,000

A Warren Platner for Knoll coffee table

$800-1,200

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner

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Stanton MacDonald-Wright

(1890-1973 Santa Monica, CA) “Japanese Genie,” 1933 Pencil on Strathmore paper under Plexiglas Signed in Japanese and dated lower right: 12/21/33, inscribed in Japanese left center Sight: 21.5” H x 14” W $1,500-2,500

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Robert Graham

(1938-2008 Santa Monica, CA) MOCA Torso Bronze Signed: R Graham; Inscribed: Carlos M, further indistinctly inscribed 11.325” H x 4.25” W x 4.75” D $2,000-3,000

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A Philippe Starck “Neoz” table

Contemporary Label to base: Driade Aleph / Neoz by Starck / Made in Italy Designed by Philippe Starck (b. 1949 French) for Driade Aleph, the Carrera white marble top on tapering mahogany wood legs terminating in gray casters 40” H x 50” Dia. $3,000-4,000

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Chiura Obata

(1885-1975 Japanese/American) Interior of a Japanese-style house Watercolor and pencil on paper Signed lower left: Chiura Obata, together with artist’s seal Image: 9” H x 12.5” W $800-1,200

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Chiura Obata

(1885-1975 Japanese/American) Cat lounging in garden Watercolor on paper Signed lower right: Chiura Obata and with the artist’s chopmarks Image: 5.75” H x 8.25” W $800-1,200

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A Thomas Moser wing chair and ottoman

Contemporary Each piece signed and dated: Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers / Auburn Maine; Chair: Jasper Brann, 2005; Ottoman: Jeff Harkins, 2017 Cherry with black leather upholstery, 2 pieces Chair: 38.75” H x 28.25” W x 31.75 “ D; Ottoman: 15.5” H x 21.25 “ W x15” D $2,000-3,000

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Claude Conover

(1907-1994 American) “Xibluum” Glazed stoneware with incised design Signed and titled: Claude Conover 16” H x 15.5 “ Dia. $3,000-4,000

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Claude Conover

(1907-1994 American) “Tunich” Glazed stoneware with incised design Signed and titled: Claude Conover 19.5” H x 16” Dia. $3,000-4,000

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2048 Ken Price

(1935-2012 American) “Rock Cup,” 1970 Gouache, acrylic and ink on board Signed lower right: Price and dated, titled lower left; label with title verso Image: 11.5” H x 10.25” W; Board: 14” H x 11” W $15,000-25,000 Provenance: James Corcoran Gallery, Los Angeles Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1978

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Oscar Lakeman

(b. 1949 American) “Containers #86,” 1985 Acrylic on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: Oscar / 5-85 36” H x 64” W $2,000-3,000 Provenance: OK Harris Gallery, New York, NY

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R. Kenton Nelson

(b. 1954 Los Angeles, CA) “On Providing Support,” 2014 Oil on canvas Inscribed, signed, titled and dated verso: Dave Sipko / Thank you R.K. Nelson 8” H x 8” W $3,000-5,000

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William Tolliver

(1951-2000 American) Abstract musician, 1988 Oil on board Signed lower left: William Tolliver, signed again and dated verso 16” H x 20” W $2,000-4,000 Provenance: Gallery Plus Fine Arts and Collectables, Los Angeles, CA

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A Le Corbusier LC4 chaise lounge, Cassina

Late 20th/early 21st century Signed to base and chair: Cassina / Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand; Serial number: 103927 Designed 1928 by Le Corbusier in collaboration with Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the chrome and metal chaise with cowhide upholstery 32” H x 65” W x 22.25” D $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Original pamphlets from Cassina accompanies the lot.

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William Tolliver

(1951-2000 American) Man working in field with hoe, 1986 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated lower left: William Tolliver Image: 26” H x 18.5” W $4,000-6,000 Provenance: Gallery Plus Fine Arts and Collectables, Los Angeles, California

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A Marco Zamuso for Driade “Tamu” daybed

Circa 2000 Designed 2000 by Marco Zamuso (1916-2001 Italian), mahogany with cherry stain together with mattress and pillows 26” H x 94.5” W x 43” D $3,000-4,000

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A chrome and glass cocktail table

Third quarter 20th century Attributed to Gerald McCabe for Eon Furniture, the rectangular glass top on an X-form chromed metal base 15.5” H x 53.625” W x 30” D $800-1,200

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Emmanuel Ekong Ekefrey (b. 1952 Nigerian) Sitting Nigerian female figure Mixed media on unstretched canvas Signed lower center: Ekefrey Image: 68” H x 36.5” W $3,000-4,000 Provenance: Gallery Plus Fine Arts and Collectables, Los Angeles, CA

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A Patricia Urquiola for Moroso “Fjord” armchairs and stool

Circa 2002 Each with paper labels for Moroso; Chairs with fabric label; Stool with molded label: Moroso Fjord Designed 2002 by Patricia Urquiola (b. 1961 Spanish) for Moroso, comprising two “Fjord Relax Swivel” armchairs with black leather seats over white enameled pedestal base together with a “Fjord” leather and wool stool, 3 pieces Each chair: 40.25” H x 37.5” W x 32” D; Stool: 15” H x 41” W x 27” D $2,000-3,000 Provenance: Stock paperwork accompanies the lot.

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Julian Stanczak

(1928-2017 Polish/American) “Accompanying Warm,” 1979 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso: Julian Stanczak, signed and dated again and titled on the stretcher 32” H x 32” W $30,000-50,000 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV Literature: “Accompanying Warm,” 1979 is documented on the artist’s site julianstanczak.com under collections. Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

Juilan Stanczak studied with Josef Albers at Yale and then

went on help found the Op Art movement, a term named after Stanczak’s first solo exhibition in New York City in 1964. "The primary drive of colors is to give birth to light. But light always changes; it is evasive. I use the energy of this flux because it offers me great plasticity of action on the canvas. -Julian Stanczak

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David Ostrowski

(b. 1981 German) “F (A Thing is a Thing in a Whole Which itís Not),” 2013 Acrylic and lacquer on canvas Signed and dated verso: David Ostrowski along the overlap 94.5” H x 74.5” W $15,000-25,000 Provenance: Simon Lee Gallery, London Peres Projects, Berlin Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Lucien Smith

(b. 1989 American) “You Will Always Be Beautiful to Me and I Will Always Be True to You,” 2012 Acrylic on unprimed canvas Signed verso: Lucien Smith along the overlap 96” H x 72” W $20,000-30,000 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV. Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art. “You Will Always Be Beautiful to Me and I will Always Be True to You,” 2012 is an example of Smith’s Rain Painting which he creates with fire extinguishers filled with paint.

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Katy Moran

(b. 1975 British) Untitled, 2008 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated verso: Katy M. 15” H x 18” W $5,000-7,000 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Ev Thomas

(b. 1949 American) “I am the Boat, the Bait, and the Water” Oil on canvas Unsigned, titled by repute 86.5” H x 118” W $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV 2061

Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Carol Hepper

(b. 1953 American) Untitled, 1990 Copper 8.75” H x 17” W x 17” D $700-900 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Frederik Vaerslev

(b. 1979 Norwegian) “Untitled (Garden painting),” 2011 Hawthorn berries, terrace oil, transparent matte lacquer, nails on spruce, Siberian Signed and dated to base: Vaerslev 55” H x 30” W $3,000-5,000 Provenance: Nevanda Museum of Art, Reno, NV Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Sam Tchakalian

(1929-2004 American) “Front Page,” 1993 Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: Sam Tchakalian 72” H x 120” W $12,000-18,000 Provenance: Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV Notes: Sale to support the collections of the Nevada Museum of Art.

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Neil Weston

(20th Century California) Large Koa wood charger Hand-crafted wood Medallion plaque to bottom: N Weston Hawaii Carmel 2” H x 22.5” Dia. $800-1,200

2067

A William Stranger “I” coffee table

Contemporary Inscribed: In the Path of a Lighting Bolt The live-edge paulownia wood table on an I-beam base 15.5” H x 71.5” W x 27.5” D $1,500-2,500

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Conrad Buff

(1875-1972 Corona Del Mar, CA) Canyonlands landscape Oil on board Estate signed lower right: Conrad Buff 23.5� H x 36� W $3,000-5,000 Notes: With the estate stamp signed by Mary Elizabeth Buff verso.

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Betty Hoenshell Younger

(1932-2019 California) “Ibis” Brushed steel, enamel, and brass pivoting rings on a plinth Signed and titled to plaque 45” H x 28.5” W x 6” D $3,000-4,000

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Betty Hoenshell Younger (1932-2019 California) “The Wave” Chromed steel 122” H x 52” W x 44” D $5,000-7,000

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ffectionately known as “the Woman of Steel,” Betty Younger’s steel sculptures are rooted in the abstract. Taking inspiration from the clean lines of the Bauhaus movement and the ethos of the “Constructavist” movement, Younger’s work in stainless steel includes graphic shapes and curving lines. “My sculptures express my power over the medium and my life; the endless possibilities of metal inspires me.” Beginning her career in jewelry, Younger was inspired to take up large-scale sculpting in 1990. From her studio in Central California, Younger bent and shaped metal to meet her unique vision. The high-polish shine and reflective qualities of steel had the greatest appeal to Younger, becoming her main medium throughout her career. In 2000, her sculpture The Flame won the silver medal by the Olympic Art Committee, who recognized her as one of their “International Artists” at a reception in Lausanne Switzerland. The Flame was purchased by I.O.C. president Antonio Samaranch for the permanent collection of the Olympic Art Museum. Younger earned a B.A. in Fine Arts from San Jose State University and a Masters in Fine Art from UCLA. She was a member of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and her work can be found in many private and corporate collections.

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Robert Porte

(b. 1960 American) Three works: “Port Holes” Aluminum disks Apparently unsigned 9” Dia. x 1” D $500-700 Provenance: Peter Blake Gallery , Laguna Beach, CA

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Alexander Ney

An aluminum and Lucite reflector table latmp

(b. 1939) Bird, 1990 Ceramic Signed and dated: Alndr (c) 5.75” H x 10” W x 4” D

Third quarter 20th century The Lucite reflector over an aluminum base 32.25” H x 19” W x 4.25” D $600-900

$1,000-2,000

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(1933-1992 American) Untitled (abstract), 1972 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso: Edvins Strautmanis 60.25” H x 96.25” W

(b.1924 French) “Paysage,” 1959 Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: H. Castella 32” H x 39.25” W

Edvins Strautmanis

$3,000-5,000

Henri Castella

$1,500-2,500 Exhibitions: Biennale de Paris, Paris, France, n.d.

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A Christian Heckscher copper four-panel screen 2017 Comprising four panels of acid-etched polished to matte copper Each panel: 24” H x 39” W x 1” D $2,000-4,000

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A Charles Hollis Jones Lucite bed

Fourth quarter 20th century The four-poster bed frame in chromed steel and Lucite 91.125” H x 89” W x 88” D $3,000-5,000

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2078: No Lot

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Lot Feature:

pg. 161 Edna Andrade (1917-2008 Philadelphia, PA) “Yellow Field”

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Suong Yangchareon

(b. 1952 American) San Francisco street corner, 1991 Oil on canvas Initialed and dated lower left: S.Y. and with the copyright symbol, dated again, signed, inscribed and numbered verso: Suong Yangchareon / San Francisco, CA / SY91, 12-2 18” H x 14” W $1,000-2,000

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Eight Brno-style armchairs

Third quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned Comprising eight “Brno” chairs designed in brushed brass and black velvet upholstery, 8 pieces Each: 31.5” H x 22.75” W x 24” D $4,000-6,000

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Suong Yangchareon

(b. 1952 American) “Los Angeles,” 2003 Acrylic on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: Suong Yangchareon 46” H x 52” W $2,000-4,000 Provenance: Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA

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Suong Yangchareon

(b. 1952 American) “Impulse Body Shop,” 2000 Acrylic on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: Suong Yangchareon 32” H x 32” W $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA

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A Murano glass chandelier

Third quarter 20th century The six-light chandelier with tiers of glass leaves and flowers issuing from a metal frame with floriform drops 47” H x 34.5” W x 35” D $2,000-3,000

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A Lucite and glass "Johnny Carson"-style dining table

Fourth quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned In the style of Charles Hollis-Jones' "Johnny Carson" dining table, the rectangular glass top over two stepped Lucite supports 29.25” H x 95.75” W x 48” D $2,000-3,000

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Fritz Scholder

(1937-2005 Scottsdale, AZ) Marilyn Butler portrait, 1974 Oil on canvas Signed upper right: Scholder, signed again, dated and inscribed verso: For M 40� H x 30� W $4,000-6,000

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Charles Despiau

(1874-1946 French) Bust of a woman Patinated cast bronze on marble plinth Edition: 5/8; Signed: C. Despiau; Pastille: Cire Perdue C. Valsuani 13.75” H x 8” W x 9” D $1,000-2,000

2087

Charles Despiau

(1874-1946 French) Bust of a woman Patinated cast bronze on marble plinth Signed: C. Despiau; Pastille: Cire Perdue C. Valsuani Bust: 14.25” H x 7.5” W x 9” D $1,000-1,500

2088

Lucien Gilbert

(1904-1998 French) Standing female nude Patinated cast bronze Signed: L. Gilbert 30” H x 13.5” W x 8.125” D $1,000-2,000

2088

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2089

Luis López Loza

(b. 1939 Mexican) Untitled (Abstract Figure) Pastel on paper under glass Unsigned Sight: 20.75” H x 15.5” W $500-700

2090

Maria Antonia Dans

(1932-1988 Spanish) Woman in front of dressing screen, 1958 Oil on canvasboard Signed lower center: M.A. Dans 28” H x 22” W $1,500-2,500

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2091

2092

2091

2092

(1936-1988 Mexican) “Personaje,” 1964 Watercolor, pencil and silverpoint with white ground on cardboard Signed lower right: R Nieto, inscribed center lower edge: Versailles-III-19-64; signed verso: Rodolfo Nieto and inscribed “PD-1964-74/ Punta de plata y acuarela” 12.75” H x 19.75” W

(1936-1988 Mexican) “Personaje,” 1964 Watercolor, pencil and silverpoint with white ground on cardboard Signed upper right: Nieto, inscribed center left edge: Versailles-20-III-64; signed verso: Rodolfo Nieto and inscribed “PD-1964-75/ Punta de plata y acuarela” 19.75” H x 12.75” W

Rodolfo Nieto

$1,000-2,000

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Rodolfo Nieto

$1,000-2,000

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2093

Rodolfo Nieto

(1936-1988 Mexican) “Animales” (five works) Brown ink on cream wove paper One signed lower left: Nieto Four works: 9” H x 13” W; one work: 9” H x 11.5” W $5,000-7,000

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2094

Bradford Salamon

(b. 1963 Los Angeles, CA) Remington Typewriter, 2019 Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Bradford, signed again and dated verso 36” H x 36” W $5,000-7,000

2095

Sam Maloof

(1916-2009 Alta Loma, CA) A pair of barstools, No. 88, 1975 Walnut and leather Signed, numbered, and dated: Sam Maloof 30.125” H x 12” W x 13.25” D $3,000-5,000 Note: Sam Maloof Woodworking, Inc. can restore the lacing on the seat.

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2096

2097

(1915-2009 and 1910-1995 Los Angeles, CA) Lidded vessel Glazed ceramic Signed verso 14.25” H x 9” Dia.

(1915-2009 and 1910-1995 Los Angeles, CA) Lidded vessel Glazed ceramic Signed verso 12.5” H x 12.5” Dia.

Otto and Vivika Heino

$1,000-2,000

Otto and Vivika Heino

$1,000-2,000

2098

Sam Maloof

(1916-2009 Alta Loma, CA) A pair of barstools, No. 88, 1975 Walnut and leather Signed, numbered, and dated: Sam Maloof 29.75” H x 11.75” W x 12.75” D $3,000-5,000 Note: Sam Maloof Woodworking, Inc. can restore the lacing on the seat.

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2099

2100

2099

2100

(b. 1967 New York, Puerto Rico) “Victoria,” 1990/1991 Mixed media on canvas Signed, titled, inscribed and dated in pencil verso: Enoc PÈrez / encanstico / acrylico / oleo / tela 30” H x 30” W

(1911-2001 Cuban) “Tres Postas Municipales” Oil on paper laid to canvas Signed lower left: Orlando F., titled on a gum label affixed verso 42.75” H x 54.5” W

Enoc Perez

Felipe Orlando

$2,000-4,000

$3,000-5,000 Notes: A letter of authenticity accompanies this work.

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2101

Alberto Gironella

(1929-1999 Mexican) “Octavio Paz” Collage on paper under glass Signed, inscribed and dated lower right: Gironella / Mexico, titled lower center, inscribed lower left: P/A Para Alberto / Octavio Paz Sheet: 47” H x 29.5” W $20,000-30,000 Notes: A certificate of authenticity from Victor Alfonso Varela Perez accompanies the lot.

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2102

A Terrie Kvenild mosaic standing figure

Second half 20th century Signed: Terrie Kvenild The pottery mosaic of a standing female figure in swim attire 77.5” H x 21” W x 14.5” D $4,000-5,000


2103

Braulio Salazar

(1917-2007 Venezuelan/Spanish) Woman with flowers, 1982 Oil and pencil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: BSalazar 24� H x 20� W $10,000-15,000

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2104◊

A William Spratling wood and sterling cuff 1962-1964, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Further stamped: Taxco / Mexico Inset silver discs set in a hardwood cuff 1.5” H x 6.5” C 46.0 grams $1,000-1,500 Literature: Phyllis M. Goddard, Spratling Silver: a Field Guide: Recognizing a William Spratling Treasure, Keenan Tyler Paine, 2003, page 92.

2105

A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen lidded serving dish, No. 1209

1976 Stamped: Dessin / HK / Georg Jensen / Denmark / Sterling / 1976 / 1209 Designed 1976 by Henning Koppel (1918-1981 Danish) for Georg Jensen, the curved elliptical dish with smooth-polished lid 5” H x 10.5” W x 7” D 43.100 oz. troy approximately $10,000-15,000

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2106

A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen sterling silver water pitcher, No. 432C

Post-1945 Stamped for artist Johann Rohde; Further stamped: Georg Jensen; Dessin / Denmark / Sterling / 432 / C Designed by Johan Rohde (1856-1935 Danish) for Georg Jensen, the angled spout issuing a hollow handle over a hammered bulbous body 11.25” H x 6.5” W x 5” D 32.465 oz. troy approximately $1,500-2,500

70

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2107

A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen sterling pitcher, No. 992

Second half 20th century Stamped: Dessin / HK / E10 / Georg Jensen / Denmark / 925 / 992 Designed 1952 by Henning Koppel (1918-1981 Danish) for Georg Jensen, the handled pitcher in the “Pregnant Duck” form 11.25” H x 7.75” W x 5.5” D 45.560 oz. troy approximately $5,000-7,000

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2109

2108

2109

(1918-1995 Lithuanian) Two fish and a knife still life Gouache on paper laid to board under glass Signed lower right: Kasiulis Sight: 19.5” H x 24.75” W

(1887-1961 Carmel, CA) Untitled still life (Music, Food & Drink), circa 1927 Oil on masonite Signed upper left: Paul Mays 22” H x 32.75” W

Vytautas Kasiulis

Paul Mays

$2,000-4,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Galerie Barreiro StiÈbel, Paris

Provenance: Carmel Art Association Gallery, Carmel, CA Trotter Galleries, Carmel, CA Exhibitions: Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA, “Arrangements - The Art Of The Still Life,” June 30 - August 5, 1995.

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2110

Sergio Bustamante

(b. 1942 Mexican) Elephant, circa 1975 Papier-mâché Edition: 29/100; Signed: Sergio Bustamante 64” H x 36” W x 28” D $600-900

2111

Sergio Bustamante

(b. 1942 Mexican) Rhinoceros, circa 1975 Papier-mâché Edition 46/100; Signed: Sergio Bustamante 22.5” H x 18.25” W x 25” D $600-900

2112

Sergio Bustamante

(b. 1942 Mexican) Zebra, circa 1975 Papier-mâché Edition: 92/100; Signed: Sergio Bustamante 34” H x 10.5” W x 26” D $600-900

2111

2110

2112

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2113

2113

Wilson Bigaud

(1931-2010 Haitian) Haitian figures at a beachside bar Oil on canvas Signed and indistinctly inscribed lower right: Wilson Bigaud 39.75” H x 48.75” W $4,000-6,000

2114

Rigaud Benoit

(1911-1986 Haitian) Children playing, 1962 Oil on masonite Signed and dated lower right: Rigaud V. Benoit 4/11/62 24” H x 20” W $4,000-6,000

2114

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2115

Philomé Obin

(1892-1986 Haitian) “2e et 3e Bureaux de Vote aux Elections de 1957 au Cap-Haitien,” 1958 Oil on masonite Signed, inscribed and dated lower right: Ph. Obin / Cap-Haitien, titled lower center 24” H x 30” W $3,000-5,000

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hilomé Obin was a painter who, like many artists in the Cap-Haitien school, favored scenes of Haitian history and everyday life. He chose as his subject for this work recent history, the fateful 1957 election that saw the rise of François “Papa Doc” Duvalier, which consequently would be the last free election for Haiti until the overthrow of Duvalier’s son in 1986. Like the artist, Duvalier was profoundly affected by the occupation of Haiti by the American Military from 1915-1934, hardening him against both the occupation and the elites who ran Haiti at the time. His candidacy in 1957 toppled the opposition and won him the presidency in a landslide victory. After a failed coup in July 1958, Duvalier would consolidate his power more and more and descend the country into a totalitarian regime that would engulf Haiti for nearly thirty years. The warm earthy colors and flattened perspective rendered in Obin’s quintessential style lends optimism to the scene. Along with the City Hall, Cap-Haitien’s famous mountains and bright blue sky anchor the setting to the city. The crowds of voters waiting patiently in line, likely to cast their vote for Duvalier, are a colorful mix of men and women in bright clothing. Unlike the abstract Voudou-influenced Sainte-Soleil school, Cap-Haitien practitioners are rooted in the rich history and everyday life of this historic city, Obin’s slice-of-life painting of this pivotal moment in Haitian history remarkable captures both. Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 20th Century Art + Design

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2117

(b. 1929 New York, NY) “To Be a Woman,” 1966 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Renee, titled on the stretcher 49” H x 23” W

(1928-1999 French) Bald Eagle Oil on canvas Signed upper right: Bernard Buffet 17.75” H x 11.75” W

Renee Radell

Bernard Buffet

$3,000-5,000

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2118

2118

Bradford Salamon

(b. 1963 Los Angeles, CA) Red VW Bus, 2019 Oil on canvas Signature incised lower left: Bradford, signed again and dated verso 24” H x 24” W $2,500-3,500

2119

Bradford J. Salamon

(b. 1963 Los Angeles, CA) Rheem Califone record player Oil on canvas Signature incised lower left: Bradford 30” H x 30” W $3,000-5,000

2119

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2120

Duval Eliot

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) “Impressions of Pre-Columbian Mexico” Enamel on copper mounted to paneled wood frame Estate stamped verso 34.75” H x 27.25” W x 1.5” D $800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of the artist, Claremont, CA

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orn in Arkansas in 1909, Duval Eliot was a woman of many talents. After moving to Los Angeles in the 1920s, she was one of the first students at the Art Center School in Los Angeles. Working as a fashion illustrator, sculptor, designer, painter, teacher, printer, and so much more, Eliot honed her craft over a lifetime working in studio and commercial arts. From her dream studio in Whiting Woods, Eliot created a series of enamels on copper, translating her imitable style into the difficult to master medium. The pieces in this auction represent a small slice of Eliot’s talent in figural abstraction, form, and color. From stylized horses to fully abstract panels, Eliot’s mastery and colorful sensibility shine for the viewer.

2120

2121

Duval Eliot

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) Two works: An orange abstract panel and a white and red abstract panel Each: Enamel on copper laid to velvet backing board Each signed: Duval Larger: 12” H x 5.75” W $600-900 Provenance: Estate of the artist, Claremont, CA

2121

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2122

2123

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) “Three Horses” Enameled copper mounted to wood Signed verso: Duval Eliot 24.25”H x 12.125” W x 1” D

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) Abstract panel Enamel on copper mounted to wood Apparently unsigned Sculpture: 23.5” H x 8” W

Duval Eliot

Duval Eliot

$1,000-1,500

$800-1,200

Provenance: Estate of the artist, Claremont, CA

Provenance: Estate of the artist, Claremont, CA

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2124

2124

Duval Eliot

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) Two works: Abstract panels Each: Enamel on copper backed by wood Each signed: Duval Larger: 9.75” H x 9.25” W $500-700

2125

Duval Eliot

(1909-1990 La Crescenta, CA) A group of jewelry, comprising: Two silver wire necklaces, three rings, an enameled pendant, and a gold pendant Mixed-metal, stones, and enamel Apparently unsigned Largest: 7.5” H x 5” W $600-900

2125

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While Mexican silver makes up the largest portion of their collection, Cindy and Stuart did not stop there. Collecting everything from the simple and elegant designs of Georg Jensen, to the imaginative forms of Hubert Harmon, to the modernist abstract faces of Peter Macchiarini, the collection balances form and function, often with a wink of whimsy. Cindy and Stuart did not see themselves as collectors but rather temporary custodians of the works they collected. A collection of this breadth and scope with years of dedication and care spent in pursuit of the very best of the medium presents a call to action for novice and seasoned collectors alike.

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Lots 2126-2226

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hen Cindy Tietze met Stuart Hodosh, they, like many couples, looked for an interest they could pursue together. Starting with art and moving into everything from silver to textiles, the Hodosh’s weekend hunts grew the collection into one of the most important in private hands. Cindy and Stuart were the ultimate patrons of the arts through direct connections and deep friendships with many of the artists in their collection, cultivating relationships that sparked excitement and joy; inarguably on full display in their collection. From ground-breaking pieces to diminutive examples, the Hodosh’s included a wide scope and variety in their collection, encompassing what was in many cases the full range of an artist’s work.


2126

George Baker

(1931-1997 American) Abstract disk, 1971 Bronze with marble base Signed and dated: George Baker Bronze: 4.5” H x 4.25” W x 1” D $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2127

Six Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen mixed-metal beer mugs, No. 8090 Circa 1978 Stamped for Henning Koppel; Further stamped: Georg Jensen / Design / Denmark Designed 1978 by Henning Koppel (1918-1981 Danish) for Georg Jensen, comprising six copper and silver mugs, 6 pieces Each: 4.25” H x 5.75” W x 4.125” D

2126

$500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2127

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2128

2129

2130

2131

2128

2130

Circa 1970s Stamped: Owe Johansson / 925 / Made in Finland Sterling silver flared saucer-form ring set with a rough-cut pyrite stone Ring size: 8 15.5 grams

Circa 1950s Signed: Hurst / Kingsbury / Sterling The freeform brooch set with an amethyst cabochon 3” H x 1.875” W 31.0 grams

An Owe Johansson Scandinavian Modern ring

A Joan Hurst and Jill Kingsbury Modernist brooch

$300-500

$400-600

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2129

2131

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Sterling M. Jerry Designed with an acid-etched finish 2.325” H x 6.5” C 103.0 grams

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Sigi / Taxco / Sterling / Hecho en Mexico The hinged bracelet set with a diopside cabochon 1.125” H x 6.75” C 63.5 grams

An M. Jerry Modernist sterling silver hinged cuff

A Sigi Pineda hinged cuff

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: This design illustrated: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodosh,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008, pg. 58, plate 46.

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2132

2132

A Peter Macchiarini mixed-metal brooch

Circa 1960s, San Francisco, CA Stamped: Macchiarini for Peter Macchiarini (1909-2001) The abstract brooch designed with brass and silvered metal polished, oxidized and vermeil sterling silver 1.75” H x 2.125” W $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2133

A Peter Macchiarini Modernist mixed-metal brooch Circa 1960s, San Francisco, CA Stamped: Macchiarini for Peter Macchiarini (1909-2001) The abstract face designed in brass with accents in wood and silvered metal 3.5” H x 1.25” W $1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2133

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2134

A Peter Macchiarini Modernist mixed-metal brooch

Circa 1960s, San Francisco, CA Stamped: Macchiarini for Peter Macchiarini (1909-2001) The abstract face surmounted by a tuning peg-like motif designed in brass with accents in polished and oxidized silvered metal 4.5� H x 1.625� W $1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2135

A group of Erika Hult de Corral Modernist jewelry

Second half 20th century Each stamped for Erika Hult de Corral; further stamped: Eagle / Hecho en Mexico Comprising three necklaces, and two cuffs, 5 pieces Largest: 24� L 278.5 grams $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2137

2136

An Erika Hult de Corral sterling silver necklace

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for Erika Hult de Corral; Further stamped: Taxco / Mexico / 925 Centering a polished and textured sterling silver pendant set into a semi-rigid collar necklace Pendant: 4.325” H x 3.25” W; Necklace: 15” 80.0 grams $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2137

2136

An Erika Hult de Corral bracelet Third quarter 20th century Stamped: 925 / de Corral / Mexico The silver links set with sodalite cabochons 1.25” H x 7” W 106.0 grams $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2138

2139

2140

2138

2140

Circa 1970 Each stamped for Erika Hult de Corral; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 925 Comprising two bracelets and a brooch set with green stone cabochons, 3 pieces Largest: 1.5” H x 6.5” C 201.5 grams

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Ed Wiener / Sterling .625” H x 6.125” C; Wrist opening: 1” 35.5 grams

Three Erika Hult de Corral jewelry items

$600-900

An Ed Weiner wire-wrapped sterling silver cuff bracelet

$400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2139

An Ed Weiner cuff bracelet

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Ed Weiner / Sterling Designed with a wide S-form silver cuff with applied silver embellishment 4.5” H x 2.75” W 92.5 grams $600-900 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2141

2142

2141

An Art Smith Modernist copper and brass cuff Third quarter 20th century Signed: Art Smith The copper cuff adorned with a brass embellishment 2.5” H x 6.5” C; Wrist opening: 1.125” $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2142

An Art Smith brass and copper pendant

Circa 1950s Signed: Art Smith Centering a brass ring set with curved copper and brass rays 3.5” H x 3” W $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2143◊

A Los Castillo covered box

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Los Castillo / Hecho en Mexico / Negro / 016 P Topped with a mixed-metal lid depicting a stylized female with fish and stars over a rectangular box 3.5” H x 2.625” W x 2.625” D

2143

$200-400 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodos

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2144

A set of Los Castillo sterling silver jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Los Castillo / Taxco / Sterling / Made in Mexico Comprising a necklace with a bracelet en suite set with a pear-shaped stone cabochon, 2 pieces Necklace: 14.5” L; Pendant: 2” H x 1.5” W 192.5 grams $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2145

Two Los Castillo mixed-metal and stone necklaces Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Los Castillo; One stamped: Sterling Each green stone-set pendant suspending a striped drop with fringe, 2 pieces Larger: 23”; Pendant: 3.625” H x 1.25” W 188.5 grams gross $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2146

A Los Castillo mixed-metal and stone necklace Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Hecho en Mexico / Taxco / Los Castillo / Taxco Round stone disk with a mixed-metal drop and silver collar 6� C 156.9 grams gross $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2147

A suite of Los Castillo mixed-metal jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Los Castillo / Mexico / Metales / Castillo; Two further stamped: 925 Comprising a necklace, a bracelet, and a ring, each set with a green stone ring suspending mixed-metal fringe, 3 pieces Largest: 15� C 219.5 grams gross $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2148

A group of Los Castillo mixed-metal and stone jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Los Castillo / Sterling / Taxco Comprising two necklaces and one bracelet, each with stone beads with mixed metal drops, 3 pieces Longest: 19.75� 169.5 grams gross $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A Los Castillo coffee and chocolate service

Circa 1960 Each stamped: Los Castillo / Taxco / Made in Mexico Each with a tumbled blue stone finial and wood handles comprising a coffee pot (8” H x 7.25” W x 5” D), a chocolate pot (8.25” H x 7” W x 3.75” D), a cream jug (5” H x 5.5” W x 3.5” D), and a sugar bowl (2.75” H x 3.5” Dia.), with three spare wood handles, 4 pieces 64.460 oz. troy approximately $2,000-3,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2150◊

A Los Castillo sterling silver coffee service

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Los Castillo / Taxco / Hecho en Mexico; Eagle 1 Comprising a coffee pot (8.25” H x 7” W x 5.125” D), a cream jug (3” H x 5.325” W x 3.625” D), and a sugar bowl (2.5” H x 6.5” W x 3.5” D), 3 pieces 44.580 oz. troy approximately $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2151

A set of Salvador Terán silver and green stone jewelry Circa 1950s Stamped: Salvador / Sterling / Mexico / 180; Eagle 36 Comprising a silver necklace with stylized star-form pendant and small green cabochons together with a matching bracelet, 2 pieces Necklace: 18”; Bracelet: 7” 132.0 grams $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2152

2151

A set of Salvador Terán raw emerald and sterling silver jewelry Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Salvador / Mexico / Silver; Bracelet further stamped: [Eagle] / Sterling 181 Comprising a collar necklace and a hinged cuff set with raw emeralds, 2 pieces Necklace: 16” C; Bracelet: .75” H x 6” C 127.0 grams $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2153

A Salvador Terán sterling silver pendant necklace Circa 1950s Stamped: Salvador / Mexico / Sterling / 126; Eagle 17 Large silver pendant on black velvet cord with silver tips Pendant: 3.25” H 39.5 grams gross $300-500 2152

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2154

A set of Salvador Terán sterling silver jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Salvador / Sterling / Mexico The segmented collar necklace with pointed terminals centering an eight-pointed star mounted with orange stone with matching eight-pointed star screw-back earrings en suite, 3 pieces Largest: 14” L; Pendant: 2.5” H x 2.25” W 121.5 grams $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2153

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2154

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2155

A Salvador Terán sterling silver studded necklace Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Taller / Sterling / 141 The twisted studded pendant suspended from a bespoke neckchain Pendant: 2.625” H x 1.625” W; Neckchain: 16” 83.5 grams $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2156

A set of Salvador Terán silver jewelry

Circa 1950s Stamped: Salvador / Taxco / Mexico; Eagle 36 Comprising a silver bracelet with amethyst cabochons together with a pair of matching screw-back earrings, 3 pieces Bracelet: .875” H x 6” W; Earrings: 1” H 100.5 grams $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2157

2158

2157

2158

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Handwrought / Hecho en Mexico / Salvador / 408 Designed with green glass mosaic highlights, comprising a coffee pot (8.5” H x 7.5” W x 4” D), a cream jug (4.25” H x 4.25” W x 3.325” D), a covered sugar bowl with spoon (3.5” H x 5” W x 3.” D), and a fitted tray (1” H x 15.25” W x 13.25” D, 4 pieces

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Handwrought / Mexico / Salvador / 408 Designed with turquoise and blue glass mosaic highlights, comprising a coffee pot (8.5” H x 7.25” W x 4.25” D), a cream jug (4.75” H x 5.75” W x 3.5” D), a covered sugar bowl with spoon (3” H x 5.25” W x 3.25” D), and a fitted tray (.875” H x 16.75” W x 15” D, 4 pieces

A Salvador Terán brass and mosaic coffee service

A Salvador Terán brass and mosaic coffee service

$300-500

$300-500

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2159

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2160

2161

2159

A set of Antonio Pineda sterling silver and moonstone jewelry

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Bracelet further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver / ZZ638 Comprising a necklace with a bracelet en suite of silver trapezoid panels inset with cat’s eye moonstone cabochons, 2 pieces Necklace: 1” H x 15.5” W; Bracelet: .75” H x 7” C 299.0 grams $4,000-6,000

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An Antonio Pineda hammered silver pendant

Post-1953 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Partially rubbed Eagle; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / Silver / YY 604 Large silver hammered necklace in crescent shape on black velvet cord with round tips Pendant: 1.25” H x 4.875” W; Chord: 25” 53.0 grams gross $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: Necklace illustrated: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodosh,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008, pg. 160, plate 227A.

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An Antonio Pineda silver and moonstone bracelet 1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver The silver bracelet set with six moonstone cabochons .875” H x 7” W 62.5 grams $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A suite of Antonio Pineda skeletal fish-motif jewelry

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 58 or 3; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver Comprising a necklace, a cuff bracelet, an articulated brooch, and a pin, each designed as stylized fish skeletons, 4 pieces Necklace: .875” H x 18” W; Cuff: 1.5” H x 6.5” C, wrist opening: 1.25” 179.5 grams $1,500-2,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver / YY 584 The crescent pendant designed with a Lascaux-inspired hunting scene on a black velvet cord with silver endcaps Pendant: 1.5” H x 5.25” W 112.0 grams

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: 970 / Silver / PZ 148 / Hecho en Mexico The large oval silver belt buckle centering a Lascaux-inspired hunting scene 2.325” H x 5.5” W 144.5 grams

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / Sterling Taxco 925 / Hilda / 970 Comprising a pair of silver cufflinks, belt buckle, and tie clip, 4 pieces Largest: 1.125” H x 2.325” W 81.5 grams

An Antonio Pineda Lascauxmotif pendant

$600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

An Antonio Pineda Lascaux-motif oval belt buckle

$400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

A suite of Antonio Pineda Lascaux-motif jewelry

$600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver Necklace with links comprising of two opposing onyx triangles set into silver bars 1.125” H x 16” W 166.5 grams

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / Silver / 970 / ZZ751 Wide silver cuff with inlaid diamond-shaped obsidian 1.325” H x 6.5” C; Wrist opening: 1.125” 96.0 grams

An Antonio Pineda silver and onyx collar necklace

An Antonio Pineda obsidian and silver cuff

$1,000-2,000

$800-1,200

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy TietzeHodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy TietzeHodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodosh,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008, pg 145.

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An Antonio Pineda bracelet

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver / ZZ727 The silver bracelet with hinged offset interlocking bars 1.625” H x 7.125” W 144.0 grams $800-1,2 00 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh


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A set of Antonio Pineda silver and obsidian jewelry

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17 Comprising a cuff bracelet in a matchstick design with obsidian accents to alternating ends together with two pairs of earrings, one for pierced ears and one clip-back, 5 pieces Bracelet: 1.75” H x 6.25” W; Longer earrings: 2.125” H 224.5 grams $1,800-2,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodash,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008. Bracelet: pg 50, Earrings: pg 12

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2170

An Antonio Pineda “Three Waves” silver brooch

1953-1978 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Taxco Mexico / Kirk / Silver Silver brooch made to resemble three overlapping waves 1.75” Dia. 37.5 grams $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: This piece illustrated: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodosh,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008, pg. 128.

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An Antonio Pineda silver and onyx ring 1948 Stamped: Silver / by Tono; Eagle 17 The silver ring wrapped with an onyx tablet Ring size: 7.5 10.0 grams

2170

$300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh 2171

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An Antonio Pineda bracelet

Post-1953 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Silver Designed with deep concave links 1” H x 7” W 158.0 grams $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh 2172

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An Antonio Pineda silver and onyx quatrefoil necklace

Post-1953 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / 970 / Sterling / Silver / YY634 The quatrefoil necklace with silver and onyx layered pendant on black velvet cord with silver tips Pendant: 2.25” H x 2.25” W 45.0 grams gross $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2174

2175 A group of Antonio Pineda fox-motif jewelry items

An Antonio Pineda silver bracelet

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17 Comprising two sets of cufflinks and nine buttons each with a stylized fox design, 11 pieces Largest: 1.125”

Post-1953 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: 970 / Silver / Hecho en Mexico Comprising fluted links 1.125” H x 7” W 134.5 grams

$400-600

$1,000-1,500

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A suite of Antonio Pineda sterling silver and amethyst jewelry

1953-1979 Crown mark for Antonio Pineda; Eagle 17; Further stamped: Hecho en Mexico / Silver Comprising a silver link and oval amethyst cabochon-set necklace with a bracelet and screw-back earrings en suite, 4 pieces Necklace: 17.5” L 284.5 grams $2,000-3,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: Bracelet illustrated: Stuart Hodosh, et al. “Silver Seduction: the Art of Mexican Modernist Antonio Pineda; from the Collection of Cindy Tietze and Stuart Hodosh,” Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2008, pg. 144, plate 184.

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A Hector Aguilar sterling silver coffee and tea service

1949-1955 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Eagle 31; Further stamped: 925 / Hecho en Mexico Comprising a coffee pot (10” H x 7.25” W x 5.5” D), a teapot (7.5” H x 6.75” W x 5.75” D), a covered sugar bowl (5.25” H x 4.75” W x 3.5” D), a cream jug (4.5” H x 4.5” W x 3.25” D), a waste bowl (2.625” H x 3.75” Dia.), and a handled tray (1.25” H x 25” W x 17.25” D), 6 pieces 176.385 oz. troy approximately $2,000-3,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: This design pictured: Penny C. Morril, William Spratling and the Mexican Silver Renaissance: Maestros De Plata. Harry N. Abrams, in Association with the San Antonio Museum of Art, 2002, pg. 176, fig. 268.

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A Hector Aguilar silver and onyx necklace

1943-1948 Each stamped for Hector Aguilar; Pendant further stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling; Clasp stamped: Taxco / 940 The onyx pendant suspended from a linked neckchain Pendant: 2.325” H x 1.325” W; Neckchain: 17” 129.5 grams $600-900 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A Hector Aguilar sterling and onyx cuff bracelet

1940-1948 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Sterling / Made in Mexico The openwork cuff set with onyx cabochons 1.5” H x 7.25” C; Wrist opening: 1.125” 78.5 grams $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A Hector Aguilar sterling silver and amethyst bracelet

1943-1948 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling Designed with silver plates and amethyst cabochons 1” H x 6.75” W 82.0 grams $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2182

A Hector Aguilar silver bracelet

A Hector Aguilar sterling silver and amethyst cuff bracelet

1940-1945 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Taxco / 940 The studded links with ball-form hinges 1” H x 7.5” W 85.5 grams

1943-1948 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling The scrolled cuff set with amethyst cabochons 1.5” H x 6.75” C; Wrist opening: .75” 60.0 grams

$500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

$400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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1943-1948 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling Designed with linked silver plates, lacking neckchain 1.625” H x 10” W

First: 1943-1948; Second: 1940-1948 Each stamped for Hector Aguilar; First stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling; Second stamped: Taxco / 940 Comprising a cuff bracelet and a sterling and leather “Armadillo” bracelet, 2 pieces First: 1.625” H x 6.5” C; Second: 8.5” 106.5 grams gross

A Hector Aguilar “Armadillo” necklace

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Two Hector Aguilar “Armadillo” silver bracelets

$600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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1943-1948 Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Made in Mexico / Sterling The shaped sterling silver buckle set into a fabric belt 2.75” H x 5.75” W; Belt: 36.75” 154.5 grams gross

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: 940 / Taxco / Mexico Centering a scaled mixed-metal buckle attached to a black leather belt Buckle: 2.125" H x 4.75" W; Belt: 30.25"

A Hector Aguilar “Armadillo” sterling silver belt

$800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

A Hector Aguilar copper "Armadillo" belt

$400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A set of Hector Aguilar copper and silver jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for Hector Aguilar; Eagle 9; Further stamped: 940 / Taxco / Mexico Comprising a bracelet and necklace set both with riveted alternating circular disks, 2 pieces Largest: 1.25” H x 18.5” W 164.5 grams gross $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2188

A pair of Hector Aguilar copper and brass candelabra

Circa 1940s Each stamped for Hector Aguilar; Further stamped: Taxco / Mexico Comprising two scrolled candelabrum each issuing three lights, 2 pieces Each approximately: 7.5” H x 11.25” W x 1.5” D $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A set of Enrique Ledesma jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Ledesma / Taxco / Hecho en Mexico / 925; Eagle 3 Comprising a necklace, bracelet, and belt buckle set with iridescent stone tablets, 3 pieces Largest: .5” H x 12.125” W 126.5 grams $400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2190

Three Enrique Ledesma sterling silver jewelry items

2190

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: 925 / Taxco / Hecho en Mexico / Ledesma Comprising two cuffs and a brooch, 3 pieces Largest: 1.5” H x 7” C; Wrist opening: .75” 102.5 grams $300-500

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A pair of Enrique Ledesma sterling silver candlesticks

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Mexico / 925 / Ledesma; Eagle 30 Each with a bezel-set mottled green stone disk to center raised on a stepped base, 2 pieces 7.25� H x 4.5� Dia. 26.255 oz. troy approximately $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Third quarter 20th century Stamped for James Parker Centering a faceted blue stone set into a Modernist ring shank Ring size: 10.5 20.5 grams

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for James Parker; Further stamped: Sterling Centering a faceted orange stone set into a curved sterling silver ring Ring size: 10 17.5 grams

A James Parker gem-set ring

A James Parker sterling silver ring

$800-1,200

$800-1,200

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2193

A James Parker gem-set ring

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for James Parker Centering a faceted synthetic color-change sapphire set into a Modernist ring shank Ring size: 9.25 23.0 grams $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A James Parker gem-set ring

Third quarter 20th century Stamped for James Parker The curved setting centering a faceted blue stone Ring size: 9.5 15.5 grams $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2196

Three James Parker silver rings

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped for James Parker; One stamped: Hand Made / Sterling Comprising three rings with two-tone silver designs, 3 pieces Ring sizes: 7-11.5 53.0 grams gross $1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Attributed to Pablo Picasso (1881-1973 Spanish) Brooch Copper and brass Signed: Picasso / #19-345 3” H x 1.125” W $1,000-2,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Circa 1940 Stamped for Hubert Harmon / Hecho en Mexico / Nature Art / Plateado The silver box in the form of a partially opened sardine can with nonfunctioning key 1.75” H x 4” W x 3” D 121.5 grams

Circa 1940s Each stamped: Hubert Harmon Mexico Comprising a hair ornament, a bracelet, and a pendant/brooch in a brass bomb-motif design, 3 pieces Largest: 1.125” H x 7” W

A Hubert Harmon silver sardine box

$300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A set of Hubert Harmon bomb-motif jewelry items

$300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Three Hubert Harmon mixed-metal necklaces

Circa 1940s Each stamped: Hubert Harmon Mexico Comprising a copper and brass graduated shield necklace with black velvet lanyard, a brass sputnik necklace, and a brass and silver collar, 3 pieces Largest: 2.5” H x 14” L $500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Two Hubert Harmon mixed metal cuffs

Circa 1940s Each stamped: Hubert Harmon Mexico Comprising two brass cuffs with applied bubbles, one with copper and one with copper and brass, 2 pieces Each approximately: 2.75” H x 7.5” C; Wrist opening: 1.25” 2201

$300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling wood and sterling stepped cuff bracelet 1940-1946, First Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Further Stamped: Spratling Silver Comprising alternating wood and silver disks 1.75” H x 7.5” C; Wrist opening: 1.25” 121.5 grams

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A William Spratling wood and silver box

Circa 1951-1956, Third Design Period Stamped: Spratling Mexico Designed with arrows set into a wood lid over a rectangular box 1.625” H x 3.25” W x 2.5” D $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

$500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Third quarter 20th century Stamped for William Spratling / 18K The ridged ring set with hardwood panels Ring size: 7 4.5 grams $500-700

1940-1946, First Design Period Each stamped for William Spratling; Brooch further stamped: Made in Mexico / Spratling Silver Comprising a silver and copper brooch with a pair of earrings en suite, 3 pieces Brooch: 2.125” H x 3.125” W 66.5 grams gross

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

$700-900

A William Spratling 18k yellow gold and wood ring

A set of William Spratling sun and moon mixedmetal jewelry

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Three William Spratling sterling silver bells

1931-1946, First Design Period Each stamped for William Spratling; Further stamped: Sterling or 925 Comprising a “Colonial” bell with Mayan-motif handle, a bell with a turned dark wood handle, and a bell with a light turned wood handle, 3 pieces Largest: 4.5” H x 1.875” Dia. 7.415 oz. troy approximately $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling “Amarres Disco” sterling silver flatware service

1965-1967, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 63 Comprising 12 knives (9”), 12 flat-handled butter spreaders (6.125”), 12 forks (7.325”), 12 salad forks (6.125”), 12 oval dessert/soup spoons (7.75”), and 12 teaspoons (5.5”), 72 pieces 122.575 oz. troy approximately $10,000-15,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling sterling silver collar necklace 1962-1964, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 63 The collar necklace suspending hammered and hollow silver drops 16” C 58.5 grams $700-900 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling silver gem-set cuff bracelet 1940-1946, First Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Further stamped: Spratling Silver The zig-zig form cuff set with azurmalachite cabochons 2.25” H x 7.25” C; Wrist opening: 1.5” 151.5 grams

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$1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A pair of William Spratling sterling silver twisted wire candlesticks 1952-1956 and 1964-1966, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 30; Further stamped: 925 A variant of “Las Serpentinas,” the assembled pair designed with a bobeche over a twisted wire standard raised on a widening base, 2 pieces Each: 4.5” H x 4.25” Dia. 13.140 oz. troy approximately $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling “Jaguar” coffee and teapot

1956-1964, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 30 Comprising a coffee pot (8.25” H x 9.75” W x 3.625” D) and a teapot (6.5” H x 9.5” W x 4.25” D), 2 pieces 45.250 oz. troy approximately $1,500-2,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh Literature: This design illustrated: Penny C. Morrill, William Spratling and the Mexican Silver Renaissance: Maestros De Plata, Harry N. Abrams, in Association with the San Antonio Museum of Art, 2002, pg. 177. fig. 177

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A William Spratling “Lenguas” sterling and vermeil necklace 1951-1956, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Further stamped: 925 The sterling silver and vermeil ball-motif neckchain suspending two stylized tongues Pendant: 1.875” H x 2.25” W; Neckchain: 14” 61.0 grams $700-900 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling “Lorenzo” sterling silver and amethyst brooch 1940-1946 Stamped for William Spratling; Further stamped: Sterling The stylized parrot set with an amethyst cabochon 4.75” H x 1.5” W 62.5 grams $800-1,200 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2214

A William Spratling “Yin Yang” sterling silver pendant

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1965-1967, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 63 Designed as two crossed hands with a mosaic green stone inlay 3.125” H x 5” W 55.5 grams $600-900

Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A set of William Spratling sterling silver jewelry

1964-1966, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 30 Comprising a rigid hinged collar necklace with a bracelet en suite designed as a stylized diamond, 2 pieces Necklace: 15� C; Bracelet: 6.5� C 137.5 grams $1,000-2,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A William Spratling “Provincial” tea and coffee service

1964-1966, Third Design Period Stamped for William Spratling; Eagle 30 Each in the “Provincial” pattern designed with a swirling incised motif, comprising a coffee pot (9” H x 10” W x 4.75” D), a teapot (6.125” H x 10.25” W x 5” D, a cream jug (3.325” H x 5.5” W x 3.325” D), a covered sugar bowl (3.25” H x 6” W x 3.325” D), and tray (1” H x 18” W x 14.5” D), 5 pieces 123.900 oz. troy approximately $5,000-7,000 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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An Aaron Rubenstein Modernist sterling silver necklace 1986 Signed: Aaron Rubenstein / Jan. 5 1986 / Sterling w/ smokey topaz The Peter Pan-collared necklace suspending a large faceted smokey topaz from a matchstick-motif pendant Pendant: 3.75” H x 2.325” W x 1” D; 16” C 210.0 grams $600-800 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Three Jack Boyd jewelry items

Third quarter 20th century Apparently unmarked; Each with later-added paper label identifying the work of Jack Boyd Comprising an abstract brass pendant and two copper wire brooches, 3 pieces Largest: 16”; Pendant: 3.75” H x 2” W $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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An Olavi L. Wehmersuo pendant

Circa 1970s Stamped for Olavi L. Wehmersuo and Kaunis Koru, Finland; Further stamped: 925H R2 Comprising a silver pendant enclosing a faceted rutilated quartz 2.325� H x 1.25� W 28.0 grams $1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A group of silver Modernist jewelry

Third quarter 20th century Necklaces stamped for Tendler and Loebel, respectively; Bracelet stamped with the French “crab” mark Comprising two necklaces, one star brooch, and one bracelet, 4 pieces Largest: 2.875” H x 2.5” W 93.5 grams $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

2221

A Talleres de los Ballesteros hinged cuff

Second quarter 20th century Stamped for Talleres de los Ballesteros; Further stamped: Sterling / 925 / Hecho en Mexico The sterling silver hinged cuff with stars etched in silver and eight faceted amethysts 1.625” H x 6.5” C 136.5 grams $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A group of Paul A. Lobel silver jewelry items

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Lobel; All but one stamped: Sterling Comprising a hair barrette, a brooch, a rose quartz pendant, and a pair of screw-back earrings, 5 pieces Largest: 1.125” H x 5” W 73.0 grams

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$500-700 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A Carmen Beckmann sterling silver and amethyst collar necklace

Third quarter 20th century Pendant stamped: Sterling / Beckmann / Mexico The rigid metal collar suspending a sterling silver pendant issuing bars set with faceted amethysts Pendant: 5” H x 1.625” W; Collar: 17” C 64.5 grams gross $300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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Third quarter 20th century Signed: A. Idan / .925 The rigid collar suspending a stylized leaf pendant set with marcasite and freshwater pearls 9.25” H x 6” W 108.5 grams

Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Sterling / Beckmann / Mexico The hinged bangle set with faceted amethysts and green stone cabochons 1.625” H x 7.25” C 194.0 grams

A gem-set sterling silver collar necklace

$400-600 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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A Carmen Beckmann hinged bangle

$300-500 Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2226

An Allan Adler sterling pitcher, No. 911H Second quarter 20th century Stamped: Allan Adler / Sterling The wide-mouthed pitcher with curved handle 7.5” H x 9” W x 5.25” D $600-800 24.385 oz. troy approximately Provenance: The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

The Collection of Cindy Tietze-Hodosh and Stuart Hodosh

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2228

2227

2228

Second quarter 20th century Each stamped: Allan Adler / Sterling Comprising eight smoothly-polished tumblers with goldwashed interior, 8 pieces Each: 6.25” H x 2.875” Dia. 70.785 oz. troy approximately

Mid-20th century Each stamped: Allan Adler/Sterling Comprising a divided serving platter, an insulated coffee carafe (lacking stopper) a Town and Country saucier with ebony handle, and four salt and pepper shakers, 7 pieces Largest: 1.25” H x 19.125” W x 11.325” D 103.085 gross oz. troy approximately

Eight Allan Adler sterling tumblers

$600-800

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Seven Allan Adler sterling silver table items

$800-1,200

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2229

An Allan Adler “Starlit” sterling silver flatware service

Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: Allan Adler-H / Handhammered / Sterling Comprising 12 hollow-handled knives (9.5”), 9 flat-handled butter spreaders (5.875”), 12 forks (7.5”), 11 individual salad forks (6.25”), 12 dessert/oval soup spoons (6.75”), 4 iced tea spoons (7.625”), 10 teaspoons (6”), 2 cocktail/seafood forks (6”), 1 serving spoon (9.75”), 1 two-piece salad serving set (9.125”), 1 vegetable serving spoon (9.875”), 1 cold meat serving fork (7.75”), 1 two-piece carving set (larger: 14.25”), 1 large jelly spoon (7”), 1 large serving spoon (9.25”), 1 serrated serving knife (10.25”), 1 cream ladle (5.75”), each with applied monogram: J, 83 pieces 122.140 oz. troy approximately $4,000-6,000

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2230

Winold Reiss

(1886-1953 Carson City, NV) Mandarin woman with fan Gouache on paper laid to board under Plexiglas Signed lower left: Winold Reiss Sight: 38.75� H x 29.25� W $5,000-7,000

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2231

Paolo Soleri

(1919-2013 Arizona) A large bell chandelier Cast bronze Signed with artist’s cipher 87” H x 22.5” W x 22.5” D $15,000-20,000

P

aolo Soleri was one of the most unique visionaries of the 20th century. Part artist, architect, ecologist, and maverick, Soleri would coin the term “Arcology,” a portmanteau of architecture and ecology that would take form in Arcosanti, an urban laboratory in the heart of Arizona’s Sonora desert. Born in Turin, Italy, Soleri earned a “laurea” in architecture, which led to a fellowship with Frank Lloyd Wright to study in the United States. After a return to Italy to set up a ceramics factory in Amalfi, Soleri and his wife moved to Arizona in the 1950s, where for the next half-century, he would use his experience in ceramics to create buildings, ceramics, and most famously, windbells. Even today, almost half the income of Arcosanti is supported by the sale of the bronze windbells, which during his lifetime and since his death has been used to fund the tests of his theoretical ideas. Dedicated to research and redefine urban planning, Arcosanti is a unique and, now more than ever, relevant experiment in design and sustainable living. This chandelier, a masterwork hybrid of bells and electricity, is one of only two known to exist (its sibling is in Arcosanti itself). The green hue of the bronze cast by sand molds are designed with an organic form uniquely rooted in the work of Soleri and the design motifs of Arcosanti. The semi-concealed lights coupled with the bronze create a unique lighting centerpiece. Movement and breezes work together to add a dynamic, living quality to the chandelier, elevating it beyond merely a utilitarian tool to a work of art.


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Tom Otterness

(b. 1952 American) Girl with turtle and umbrella, 1956 Patinated bronze Edition: 2/5; Signed and dated: Otterness 9” H x 10.25” W x 8” D $8,000-10,000

2233

Sam Maloof

(1916-2009 Alta Loma, CA) Oval cocktail table, No. 38, 1975 Walnut Signed, numbered, and dated: Sam Maloof 18.75” H x 49.25” W x 29.25” D $6,000-9,000 2232

2233

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2234

Béla Kádár

(1877-1955 Hungarian) Dancer with bull Watercolor and ink on paper under glass Signed lower right: K·d·r BÈla Sight: 11.5” H x 8” W $800-1,200

2235

Sam Maloof

(1916-2009 Alta Loma, CA) A pair of occasional armchairs, circa 1950s Walnut and black leather Each stamped with an early Sam Maloof mark Each: 37.75” H x 30.25” W x 32.25” D $15,000-20,000 Provenance: By repute, made for painter Emil Kosa Jr. Literature: One chair pictured: Jeremy Adamson, The Furniture of Sam Maloof, W.W. Norton, 2006, page 50, fig. 47.

2234

2235

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2236

Eduardo Kingman

(1913-1994 Ecuadorian) Mother and child, 1965 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: E. Kingman 31� H x 27� W $10,000-15,000

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2237

Eduardo Kingman

(1913-1994 Ecuadorian) “Madre y Nino,” 1965 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: E. Kingman, signed again verso, titled on the stretcher 31.5” H x 35.5” W $10,000-15,000

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2238

2238

Francisco Zuniga

(1912-1998 Mexican) Two women sitting with child, 1974 Colored pencil on paper under glass Signed and dated lower left: Zuniga Sight: 18.5” H x 24.75” W $4,000-6,000 2239

2239

Harrison McIntosh

(1914-2016 Claremont, CA) Low bowl Ceramic, green engobe with applied circles Paper label: Stamped HM 4.25” H x 11.75” D $800-1,200 Provenance: Fireside Gallery, Carmel, CA

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Harrison McIntosh

(1914-2016 Claremont, CA) Gourd-shaped vase Ceramic, mottled green engobe Paper label and artist’s chopmark to underside 13.75” H x 14” Dia $3,000-5,000

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2241

Harrison McIntosh

(1914-2016 Claremont, CA) Slender neck vase Ceramic, verigated engobe Paper label to underside: Stamped HM 7.5� H x 5� Dia $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Fireside Gallery, Carmel, CA

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2242

Mary Corse

(b. 1945 Berkeley, CA) “Untitled,” from the “Grey Light Grid Series,” 1988 Glass microspheres in acrylic on artist specific trapezoid canvas Titled and dated on a gallery label affixed to the stretcher 48” H x 48” W x 3” D $50,000-70,000 Provenance: South California Collection, Marc Richards Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

M

ary Corse paintings are non-static; they beg the viewer to experience the ever-evolving form and light from multiple angles. In her painting Untitled, from the Grey Light Grid Series, 1988 the cube seems to float off the canvas, an effect Corse masterfully composes utilizing glass microspheres embedded into acrylic paint. The beveled shape of the canvas could be read as wood but is really a sculptured effect of the constructed canvas. Mary Corse’s paintings alter and illuminate the space, as the artist has said “The painting is not on the wall.”

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2243

Ron Reihel

(1965, American) “Gyrus,” 2011 Clear urethane resin infused with color and light-sensitive materials Signed, titled, and dated verso: Ron Reihel; Further signed on wooden wall clip: Reihel 34” Dia. x 5” D $1,000-2,000 Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist.

R

on Reihel’s sculptural painting offers a sensory experience. The muted work transforms to an afterglow on the wall both vibrant and intense. The orderly rings glow with light gathered during the day.

side view

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2244

2244 Larry Bell

(b. 1939 American) Untitled, from fractal series, 2000 Mixed media on watercolor paper under glass Signed and dated lower center: L. Bell Sheet: 10” H x 10” W $1,800-2,200 Provenance: Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA

2245

Natalia Dumitresco

(1915-1997 French/Romanian) Untitled (Abstract), 1972 Watercolor and ink on paper under glass Signed lower right: Natalia, dated, and inscribed Image/Sheet: 9.5” H x 7” Image/sheet: 9.5” H x 7” W $600-800

2245

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2246

Betty Hoenshell Younger (1932-2019 California) “Oracle” Blue enameled metal 35.75” H x 35.5” W x 35.5” D $2,000-3,000

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2247

2247

Betty Hoenshell Younger (1932-2019 California) “Conceptual Evolution,” 2 pieces Chromed steel Titled to plaque affixed to base Larger: 16” H x 30” W x 26” D $2,000-3,000

2248

Betty Hoenshell Younger

(1932-2019 California) “Shogun” a bull horn-style totem Chromed steel, green soapstone, and brass 63.75” H x 48.75” W x 17” D $4,000-5,000

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2248

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2249 Gary Hill

(b. 1951 American) Three portraits (wire sculpture) Steel Signed lower right 16.5” H x 29.5” W x 3.75” D $800-1,200

2250

A pair of Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen “Egg” chairs

Third quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned Designed 1958 by Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971), each leather “Egg” chair raised on a chromed steel swivel base, 2 pieces Each: 42.25” H x 34.75” W x 32” D

2249

$2,000-4,000

2250

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2251

Edna Andrade

(1917-2008 Philadelphia, PA) “Yellow Field” Acrylic on canvas Initialed lower left: EA, signed on the stretcher: Edna Andrade, signed again and titled on a label affixed verso 42” H x 42” W $8,000-12,000

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2252

Tony Rosenthal

(1914-2009 American) “Flute Player” Patinated bronze Signed to the left leg: Rosenthal 20” H x 17.5” W x 13.75” D $2,000-4,000

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2253

Kees Verkade

(b. 1941 Dutch) Two figures perfoming handstands, 1969 Patinated bronze on white marble base Edition: 2/4; Signed and dated: K. Verkade Bronze: 11” H x 11” W x 8.125” D $1,000-2,000

2254

Kees Verkade

(b. 1941 Dutch) Figure holding hands with two children, 1969 Patinated bronze on white marble base Edition: 2/6; Initialed and dated: K.V. Bronze: 10” H x 9” W x 7.5” D $1,000-2,000

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2255

Lucia Stern

(1895-1987 American) “Untitled XVI,” 1939 Brush drawing with overlay on paper under glass Signed and dated lower right: Lucia, signed and dated again, titled and inscribed on a piece of board affixed verso Sheet: 12” H x 9” W $1,200-1,800 Provenance: Antal Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

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2256

Dale Chihuly

(b. 1941 American) Yellow Persian art glass (Portland Press) Hand-blown glass Numbered: PP96 9.75” H x 12.75” W x 10.75” D $3,000-4,000

2257

Aydeth Roshko

(20th Century Altadena, CA) Untitled (Nude woman) Bronze Apparently unsigned 15.25” H x 21.5” W x 11.75” D $400-600

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2258

Dale Chihuly

(b. 1941 American) Ultramarine Macchia with turquoise lip wrap, 1989 Colored glass Signed and dated: Chihuly 16.25” H x 22.625” W x 19” D $6,000-8,000 Provenance: With original gift receipt from Chihuly Studio, Seattle WA, 1991

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2259

Edna Andrade

(1917-2008 Philadelphia, PA) “Pale Star,” 1972 Acrylic on canvas Initialed lower left: EA, signed on the stretcher: Edna Andrade, titled and dated on a gallery label affixed verso 50” H x 50” W $8,000-12,000 Provenance: Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

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2260

Warren Rohrer

(1929-1995 Philadelphia, PA) “Untitled 2,” 1993 (diptych) Each: Oil on linen Each: Signed, titled and dated verso: W. Rohrer Each: 36.25” H x 36.25” W; Total: 36.25” H x 77.5” W $10,000-15,000 Provenance: Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

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2261

Warren Rohrer

(1929-1995 Philadelphia, PA) “Nightshade,” 1987-88 Oil on linen Signed, titled and dated verso: W. Rohrer 48.25” H x 48.25” W $15,000-20,000 Provenance: Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

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2262

2263

2262

Isabelle Waldberg

(1911-1990 Swiss) Abstract Cast bronze Edition: 5/6; Initialed: W.T.; Further signed: New Foundry N.Y. 14” H x 12.25” W x 12.75” D $1,000-2,000

2263

Isabelle Waldberg (1911-1990 Swiss) Abstract Cast bronze Signed: W.T. 1/6 12.5” H x 21” W x 13.5” D $1,000-2,000

2264

Gordon Wagner

2264

(1915-1987 American) “Chances,” 1976 Mixed media shadow box sculpture under glass Signed, titled and dated verso: Wagner 15.5” H x 15.5” W x 7” D $700-900 Notes: Accompanied by book “Memories of the Future” by Gordon Wagner.

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2265

2265

Jan De Swart

(1908-1987 American/Dutch) Untitled (Concrete Composition) Cast concrete in wooden frame Apparently unsigned 13” H x 13” W x 2.75” D $1,000-2,000

2266

Gregory West

(b. 1952 Arizona) “Harvest Moon,” 1991 Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso: G. West 42” H x 24” W

2266

$2,000-3,000

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2267

An oak box with Doyle Lane tiles

Circa 1960s Apparently unsigned The wood box with six inset 4.25” x 2” glazed orange tiles by artist Doyle Lane (1925-2002 Los Angeles, CA) 3.75” H x 10” W x 8” D $1,000-1,500 Provenance: Residence, Altadena, CA

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2268

Betty Hoenshell Younger

(1932-2019 California) Abstract black & gray tones Oil on canvas Signed lower right: B. Younger, initialed lower left: B.Y. 40.25” H x 30” W $1,000-1,500

2269

Robert Chester Thomas (1924-1987 American) “Man Jumping Rope,” 1959 Welded steel on wooden plinth Initialed and dated to base: RT 57.27 “ H x 12.5 “ W x 15” D $800-1,200

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2270

2270

Eleven Austrian bronze figures

Second quarter 20th century Six marked: Hagenauer Made in Austria; Five stamped: RR for Richard Rohac / Made in Austria Comprising of four animal figures and seven human figures, 11 pieces Largest 4.25” H x 6.25” W x 1.5” D $600-900

2271

Mildred Kouzel

(1922-2016 California) “Go” Polychrome bronze Signed: M. Kouzel 19.25” H x 12” W x 9.5” D $800-1,200

2272

Mildred Kouzel

(1922-2016 California) “Akimbo” Polychrome bronze on wooden plinth Signed to base: Mildred Kouzel; Further signed; The Art Foundry 20.5" H x 9" W x 6" D $800-1,200

2271

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2272

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2273

Gustavo Montoya

(1905-2003 Mexican) “Ninos en la Playa,” 1973 Oil on canvas Signed lower right: gustavo montoya, signed again, titled, inscribed and dated verso: Mexico, D.F. Mayo 1973 20.25” H x 24.25” W $7,000-9,000

2274

An Edward Wormley for Dunbar sofa

Third quarter 20th century Designed by Edward Wormley (1907-1995 American) for Dunbar, the tufted white slub silk upholstery with four back and two seat cushions raised on tapering brass feet 28.75” H x 109.25” W x 34” D $1,000-2,000

2273

2274

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2275

Gustavo Montoya

(1905-2003 Mexican) Child’s First Communion Oil on canvas Signed lower right: gustavo montoya 24” H x 18” W $6,000-8,000

2276

Three Danish Modern bookshelves

Third quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned Comprising three solid-core walnut units with adjustable shelves, 3 pieces Each: 72” H x 36” W x 15” D $1,000-1,500

2275

2276

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2277

Gustavo Montoya

(1905-2003 Mexican) Little girl with fan Oil on canvas Signed lower right: gustavo montoya 22” H x 18” W $6,000-8,000

2278

Sam Maloof

(1916-2009 Alta Loma, CA) Game table with four low-back chairs Walnut and black leather The table stamped: Design Made / Maloof / California; each chair with upholsterer’s label to underside of seat Table: 29.625” H x 35.125” W x 35.125” D; each chair: 30.125” H x 21.5” W x 19” D $10,000-15,000 Provenance: Estate of Millard Sheets. Thence by descent through the family.

2277

2278

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2279

A large Tomoo Hamada Japanese stoneware charger

Fourth quarter 20th century Signed on wood presentation box: Tomoo Hamada A striated glaze of brown and red over white slip-glazed stoneware with presentation box 2.75” H x 22” Dia. $1,000-2,000

2280

An Italian Marbro ceramic lamp

Third quarter 20th century Paper label: Handmade / Marbro / Original / Italian Ceramic The blue crackled glaze lamp base with original linen shade Overall: 42.75” H x 15.875” Dia.

2279

$400-600

2281

An Edward Wormley for Dunbar cocktail table and nesting stool set

1961 Each with metal tag: Dunbar; Each stool with fabric label date 1961 Designed by Edward Wormley (1907-1995 American) for Dunbar, comprising a cocktail table with single undershelf together with two nested stools, 3 pieces Table: 15.5” H x 66” W x 17” D; Each stool: 13.75” H x 19” W x 12.5” D $1,000-2,000

2280

2281

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2282

2283

2282

2283

(1927-2012 Italian) Woman in green Oil on canvas Signature incised lower right: Simbari 27.75” H x 35.5” W

(1925-2015 California/France) Abstract motorcyclists, 1958 Oil on masonite Signed and dated lower right: Peregoy 25” H x 37.25” W

Nicola Simbari

Walter (Alwyn Walter) Peregoy

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,000

Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA

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2284

2285

2284

20th Century Continental School

Edition: 3/8; Signed indistinctly: M Pimond / Cire Perdue Bisceglia Patinated cast bronze bust of a man on wooden plinth 12.5” H x 6” W x 9.5” D $700-900

2285

Charles Despiau

(1874-1946 French) Bust head of a woman Patinated cast bronze Edition 5/6; Signed: C. Despiau; Pastille: C. Valsuani 15.5” H x 9.75” W x 11” D $800-1,200

2286

Sonia Gold

(b. 1959 Los Angeles, CA) “Just Shine A Light On Me,” 2014 Mixed media on canvas Signed lower center: Sonia Gold, signed again, titled and dated verso 40” H x 29.75” W $1,200-1,800

2286

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2287

Hans Gustav Burkhardt

(1904-1994 Los Angeles, CA) Abstract figural, 1951 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: H. Burkhardt 20.25” H x 16” W $5,000-7,000

2288

Robert Alan Smith

(20th Century American) Abstract butterfly, 1958 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Smith 51.75” H x 38” W $2,000-3,000

2287

2288

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2289

Elizabeth Osborne

(b. 1936 American) “Mexican Still Life (Chipotle)” Oil on panel Unsigned, titled on a gallery label affixed verso 18” H x 18” W $3,000-4,000 Provenance: Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2290

Elizabeth Osbourne (b. 1936 American) Abstract landscape Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Osborne 12” H x 16” W $2,000-3,000

2289

2290

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2291

2291

Mabel Alvarez

(1891-1985 Los Angeles, CA) Still life with toy Oil on canvasboard Estate signed lower right: M. Alvarez, estate signed again verso, signed on two exhibition labels affixed verso: Mabel Alvarez 16” H x 20” W $2,000-3,000 Exhibitions: Women Painters of the West, Los Angeles, CA, n.d.

2292

Mabel Alvarez

(1891-1985 Los Angeles, CA) “Boy with Balloons” Oil on canvas Estate signed lower right: M. Alvarez 40” H x 14” W $2,000-3,000

2292

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2293

Mabel Alvarez

(1891-1985 Los Angeles, CA) “Woman” Watercolor on paper under glass Signed lower left: Alvarez, titled verso Sight: 16.5” H x 21” W $1,000-2,000

2293

2294

Mabel Alvarez

(1891-1985 Los Angeles, CA) “Figures by the Sea,” 1963 Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Alvarez, titled by repute 24” H x 48” W $5,000-7,000

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2295

2295

2296

2297

(1919-2013 Arizona) Windbell Cast bronze Signed with artist’s cipher 37” H x 11” W x 7.25” D

(1919-2013 Arizona) Two windbells Cast bronze Each with artist cipher Larger: 23” H x 5.25” W x 5” D

(1919-2013 Arizona) Windbell Cast bronze Signed with artist’s cipher 37” H x 7” W x 6.5” D

Paolo Soleri

$500-700

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2297

Paolo Soleri

Paolo Soleri

$400-600

$500-700

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2298

Donald Hamilton Fraser

(1929-2009 British) Untitled (Yellow Abstract) Oil on paper laid to board Signed on label affixed verso: Donald Hamilton Fraser 15� H x 6.75� W $2,000-3,000

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2300

2299

2300

(1926-1975 Laguna Beach, CA) “Reclining Figure” Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Kuntz, titled verso 30” H x 40” W

(1926-1975 Laguna Beach, CA) Cityscape along a river with figures Oil on cardboard Signed lower left: Roger Kuntz 21” H x 52.75” W

Roger Kuntz

Roger Kuntz

$3,000-4,000

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2301

A Scully & Scully leather rhinoceros footstool Fourth quarter 20th century Partial paper label: Made in England Stained brown leather 12” H x 24.5” W x 7.75” D $400-600

2302

Two Scully & Scully leather hippopotamus footstools

Fourth quarter 20th century Each with paper label: Made in England Comprising a large and a medium hippopotamus, each with stained brown leather Largest 17.5” H x 32” W x 10.25” D $800-1,200

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2303

2303 Paul Coze

(1903-1974 Phoenix, AZ) “It is Not My Mother,” 1954 Oil on board Signed and dated lower right: Paul Coze 18” H x 30” W $800-1,200

2304

A Swedish C.H. Stalhane for Rostrund pottery vessel 1965 Signed: Stalhane Sweden A blue speckled glazed ceramic vase 5.25” H x 6.25” Dia.

2304

$400-600

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2305

Polia Pillin

(1909-1992 Los Angeles, CA) Weed pot Mottled red, yellow, blue, and white glazed ceramic Signed: VX + P Pillin 7.5” H x 9.75” W x 9.125” D $800-1,200

2306

Gertrud and Otto Natzler

(1908-1971 and 1908-2007 Los Angeles, CA) Footed bowl Mottled sky blue glazed ceramic Signed: Natzler 4.25” H x 5” W x 5” D $1,000-2,000

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2308

2307

2308

(b. 1928 French) “Fruits Coupes” Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Pierre Lavarenne, signed again and titled verso 35” H x 45.5” W

(b. 1961 Indonesian) Flowers still life, 1994 Oil on masonite Signed and dated lower right: Awiki 10” H x 12” W

Pierre Lavarenne

Awiki

$2,500-3,500

$1,000-2,000

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Jeanette Maxfield Lewis

(1884-1992 Monterey, CA) “Dried Yarrow” Oil on canvas Signed lower right: JM Lewis, titled on an artist’s label affixed verso 25” H x 30” W $3,000-4,000

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2310

Three Swedish Tobo pottery vessels Circa 1970 Each signed: Tobo Comprising two vases and one bowl, 3 pieces Largest 5.125” H x 5.75” Dia. $500-700

2311

2312

Circa 1970 Each signed: Two for C.H. Stalhane, for Rostrand Comprising two vases and a low bowl, 3 pieces Largest 3.75” H x 4.5” Dia.

Circa 1970 Each signed to underside Comprising a covered jar and a low bowl, 2 pieces Largest: 5” H x 7.625” W x 6.125” D

Three Swedish porcelain vessels

Two Swedish pottery vessels

$500-700

$500-700

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2314

2313

2314

(1923-2004 Poway, CA) Figures at a gate in a surrealist landscape, 1957 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right: Steinberg 32” H x 42” W

(1923-2004 Poway, CA) “Study of Wall Fragment with Figure” Oil on canvas Signed lower right: R. Watson, titled by repute 8” H x 14” W

Robert Watson

$3,000-5,000

Robert Watson

$1,000-2,000

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Joseph E. Frederic

(1916-2005 Rochester, NY) Abstract landscape Mixed media on paper Signed lower right: J. Frederic Sheet: 19.5” H x 23.5” W $1,000-1,500

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2316

An Elio Raffaeli Murano glass sculpture Fourth quarter 20th century Signed: Elio Raffaeli Freeform sculpture on a glass base Overall: 8.5” H x 13.5” W x 5” D $400-600

2317

A chrome and glass game table

Fourth quarter 20th century The square glass top over a chromed steel base with chamfered legs 29.625” H x 40” W x 40” D $1,000-1,500 2316

2317

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2318

Joseph E. Frederic

(1916-2005 Rochester, NY) Abstract Mixed media paper laid to masonite Signed lower right: J. Frederic 24” H x 36” W $1,000-2,000

2319

A pair of Mastercraft vitrine cabinets

Third quarter 20th century Each with metal tag verso: Mastercraft / Grand Rapids Each brass, black lacquer, and glazed-door cabinet enclosing glass shelves, electrified Each: 84.5” H x 36.25” W x 16.25” D $1,000-2,000

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Louisa Matthíasdóttir

(1917-2000 Iceland/New York) Still life with coconut and green bottle Oil on canvas Signed lower right: L. Matthias 20” H x 32” W $4,000-6,000 Provenance: Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY

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A set of Baccarat "Narcisse" stemware

Fourth quarter 20th century Each with acid-etched signature: Baccarat / France Designed 1971 by Boris Tabacoff (1927-1985 French) for Baccarat, comprising 8 champagne/tall sherbert glasses (5.5" H x 3.75" Dia.), 6 white wine glasses (6" H x 3.325" Dia.), 6 red wine glasses (6.75" H x 2.625" Dia.), 6 water goblets (7.325" H x 3.875" Dia.), and 1 decanter without stopper (13.5" H x 6.75" W x 5.875" D), 27 pieces $1000-1500

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A glass and chrome circular side table

Fourth quarter 20th century Apparently unsigned; Stamped: A568 In the manner of Milo Baughman, the circular glass top over a square chromed steel base 20” H x 23.5” W x 23.5” D $600-900

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Joseph E. Frederic (1916-2005 Rochester, NY) Cable car in San Francisco Watercolor on paper Signed lower right: Frederic Sheet: 18” H x 22” W $800-1,200

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Circa 1970 Signed: Tobo A large mottled green glazed vase 10.25” H x 5.5” Dia.

Circa 1970 Signed: Stig L A tall glazed squared vase 9” H x 2.625” W x 2.25” D

A Swedish Tobo pottery vase

A Stig Lindberg Swedish pottery vase

$400-600

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An Adra “Moderne” sterling silver flatware service

Second quarter 20th century Each stamped: Adra / Hand Worked / Sterling Comprising 12 knives (9”), 11 butter spreaders (6”), 11 forks (7.5”), 12 salad forks (6.25”), 4 cocktail/seafood forks (5.5”), 12 spoons (6.75”), 10 teaspoons (5.75”), 8 demitasse spoons (4.125”), 1 cake/pie server (8.75”), 1 cold meat serving fork (8.625”), 1 two-piece salad set (9.75”), 1 sugar spoon (6.125”), and 1 scoop (6.875”), 86 pieces 97.385 oz. troy approximately $1,200-1,800

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A French Jean Puiforcat “Cannes” sterling silver flatware service

Fourth quarter 20th century Each stamped for Jean Puiforcat; Further stamped with Minerva head mark Designed 1928 by Jean Puiforcat (1897-1945), comprising 8 dinner knives (9”), 7 dinner forks (8”), 8 salad forks (6.875”), 9 dinner spoons (8”), and 7 teaspoons (5.625”), 39 pieces 75.595 oz. troy approximately

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A pair of Danish Anton Michaelson sterling silver candelabra Third quarter 20th century Stamped: Sterling / Denmark / A. Michaelson / Copenhagen / C / F9 Each six-light candelabrum on a curved S-form base, 2 pieces Each: 6.5” H x 9.5” W x 10.75” D 60.225 oz. troy approximately $600-900

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Joseph E. Frederic

(1916-2005 Rochester, NY) Blonde nude woman with abstract painting, 1987 Watercolor on Arches paper under glass Signed, dated and inscribed right center: Frederic / PBH Sight: 26” H x 19.5” W $1,000-2,000

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2001 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: A few possible spots of touch-up scattered throughout. Difficult to read under uneven varnish. Frame: 31.25” H x 37.25” W x 1.75” D 2002 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 23” H x 19” W x 2” D 2003 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Very minor surface grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 27.25” H x 33.25” W x 2” D

2016 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and scratches commensurate with age. 2017 Overall good condition with scattered chips to paint, scuffs and light scratches.

2005 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 37” H x 47” W x 1.75” D

2019 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 54.5” H x 100” W x 2” D

2006 Visual: Generally good condition. Scratches and scuff marks scattered throughout. A small spot of paint loss along the lower right edge. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 24” H x 20” W x 1.5” D

2020 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Spots of staining and foxing scattered throughout the margins, the foxing is concentrated mainly along the right edge. Handling creases throughout the right edge. Paper loss in the upper left and lower right corners and the upper center edge. Mounted to the back mat with plastic pocket corners. Sheet: 20” H x 27” W; Frame: 25.5” H x 31.5” W x 1” D

2008 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws. 2009 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws and minor nick to the lip. 2010 Visual: Generally good condition. Areas of craquelure scattered throughout. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 35.5” H x 39.5” W x 2.5” D 2011 Generally good condition. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. Not examined out of the frame. Frame: 16” H x 19.5” W x 1” D

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2015 Generally good condition. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. The paper with deckled edges. Not examined out of the frame. Frame of each: 30.5” H x 23” W x 1.5” D

2004 Each in overall good condition with inherent firing flaws and dust accumulation commensurate with age.

2007 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and inherent firing flaws commensurate with age. A minor nick on edge of bowl.

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2014 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. A small spot of paint loss and instability in the blue circle upper left. Repairs to nicks in the paper upper left, upper center and in the center, the largest a 1.5” line. Extremely unobtrusive handling creases scattered along the upper edge. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. Frame: 44” H x 58” W x 2” D

2012 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 18.25” H x 22.25” W x 2” D

2022 Visual: Generally good condition. The canvas is loose and rippled. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 37” H x 31.75” W x 1.5” D 2023 Overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. Plinth: 6” H x 10” W x 10” D 2024 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. 2025 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 26.5” H x 37” W x 1.75” D 2026 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 25.75” H x 33” W x 1.5” D 2027 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 34” H x 44” W x 1.5” D

2013 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 30” H x 24” W x 2” D

2028 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 35” H x 51” W x 2” D

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2042 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and scratches.

2030 Visual: Generally good condition. Small areas of craquelure in the upper corners. Paint shrinkage scattered throughout the trees on the right. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 48” H x 80” W x 2” D

2043 Generally good condition. Brown paper tape residue in all corners and in upper center and lower center edges from prior mount. Light creasing to paper in upper left quadrant. Mounted to mat with white paper tape in two places along upper and lower edges, and in once place along left and right edges. Sheet: 11” H x 14.75” W; Matted but unframed

2031 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. Figure slightly loose from the plinth with scattered chips to the plinth with the largest 0.25” x 0.25”. Plinth: 6.875” H x 7.75” W x 6.75” D

2044 Generally good condition. Light creasing in head of chaise lounge. Adhered to mat with white paper tape in two spots along upper edge and in one spot along left and right edges. Sheet: 7.5” H x 11” W; Matted but unframed

2032 Overall good condition with darkening to bronze, minor scuffs. Marble base with scattered chips. Plinth: 5.25” H x 5.325” W x 5.325” D

2045 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. A series of small gouges to the legs.

2033 Overall scattered scuffs and darkening to bronze. Plinth with scattered chips. Plinth: 7” H x 7.25” W x 6.75” D

2046 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws, scattered scuffs, and light scratches.

2034 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed. 2035 Visual: Generally good condition. Tiny flecks of paint loss left center and upper center. A drip of surface grime on the woman’s dress in the center. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Certain pigments fluoresce under blacklight but these appear to be in the hand of the artist. Frame: 37.5” H x 29.5” W x 3.5” D 2036 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 18.25” H x 14.25” W x 2.25” D 2037 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, and oxidation primarily to the base. No evidence of pitting. Plinth: 33.325” H x 18.25” Dia. 2038 Generally good condition. Light toning to edges of sheet from rabbet. Staple holes in upper left and right corners consistent with artist’s technique. Light toning to linen en verso from recto tape media. Frame: 40.25” H x 33.75” W x 1.5” D 2039 Overall good condition with light scuffs, scratches, and oxidation primarily concentrated to the base. Liner intact. 2040 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Mat burn from a previous mounting within the image. A crease in the paper along the right center edge. Hinged to the back mat with linen tape in the upper corners. Sheet: 22.5” H x 15.25” W 2041 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and dust accumulation.

2047 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws, light scuffs, and scratches. 2048 Generally good condition. Hinged to overmat in upper right and upper left corners with white fabric tape. Frame: 19.5” H x 17.25” W x 1.75” D 2049 Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 37.5” H x 65.75” W x 1.75” D 2050 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 11.5” H x 11.5” W x 1.75” D 2051 Visual: Generally good condition. A 1.5” tear in the board along the right center edge. Minor damage to the four corners. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2052 Overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs and scratches. 2053 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Artist’s pinholes in the upper corners. The paper is slightly rippled at the left and right edges. A pea-sized spot of grime in the lower left margin. With the artist’s fingerprints scattered throughout the margins. The left and right edges are deckled. Hinged to the back mat with artist’s tape at the upper corners. Sheet: 30” H x 22.25” W; Unframed 2054 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. One edge of the back rail is chipped. 2055 Overall good condition with oxidation to metal, scuffs, and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2029 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 26.25” H x 37.75” W x 2.25” D

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2056 Visual: Tears to the canvas in the four corners. Scratches and scuff marks scattered throughout. A .75” x .5” ‘L’-shaped tear in the canvas in the center. Folding and rolling crease throughout. A few small spots of loss to the canvas scattered throughout. The canvas is unstretched as stated Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Canvas: 70” H x 36.5” W

2057 Each in overall good condition with light scuffs, minor spots of soiling, and scratches commensurate with age. Each chair base with chips and wear to finish. 2058 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33.25” H x 33.25” W x 1.75” D

2071 Overall good condition with oxidation to metal and scattered minor scuffs and nicks along the edges.

2073 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, and minor nicks commensurate with age. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use. 2074 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2060 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2075 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33” H x 40.5” W x 2” D

2061 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2062 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure and paint shrinkage scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2063 Overall good condition with minor oxidation and scuffs commensurate with age and display. Scattered screws missing. 2064 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age.

2076 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and minor oxidation. 2077 Overall good condition with scuffs, dents, tape residue, scratches, and minor oxidation throughout commensurate with age. Glued and taped repairs of the Lucite stoppers. Scattered nuts and bolts missing; Not retained. 2079 Visual: Generally good condition. A few small scratches with paint loss in the sky upper center. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 18.5” H x 14.5” W x 1.75” D 2080 Each in overall good condition with minor oxidation, scattered scuffs, light scratches and minor wear to upholstery.

2065 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

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2070 Overall good condition with minor oxidation, scuffs, light scratches, and nicks commensurate with outdoor display.

2072 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and dust accumulation. A glued repair to the beak.

2059 Visual: Generally good condition. Three small indentations in the canvas in the upper left quadrant. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

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2069 Overall good condition with oxidation, scuffs, nicks, and abrasions commensurate with age. Plinth: 32.5” H x 28.5” W x 14” D

2066 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and scratches. A 0.5” long gouge to the underside. 2067 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, and minor shrinkage cracks. 2068 Visual: Generally good condition. A crack in the board with minor paint loss along the lower left edge. A diagonal crack in the board in the upper right corner. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: A few spots of touch-up in the sky upper center. A 1.75” x 2.25” area of touch-up in the upper right corner. Touch-up along the lower left edge. Frame: 25.75” H x 38.25” W x 1” D

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2081 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 47.5” H x 53.5” W x 2.25” D 2082 Visual: Generally good condition. A very small indentation in the canvas with minor paint loss in the lower left corner. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33.5” H x 33.5” W x 2.25” D 2083 Overall good condition with abrasions, chips, nicks, and fleabites commensurate with age. Scattered elements missing.

2019


2085 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 43.5” H x 33.5” W x 2” D 2086 Overall good condition with darkening to bronze and minor scuffs commensurate with age. Bust loose from plinth with scattered chips to marble plinth. Plinth: 8.325” H x 6.75” W x 6.625” D 2087 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and darkening to bronze. The marble plinth with a series of chips to its edges the largest 1.625” x 0.25”. Plinth: 8” H x 6.75” W x 6.75” D 2088 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches and nicks, and darkening to bronze. 2089 Generally good condition. Not examined out of the frame. Frame: 26.5” H x 321.5” W x 1.5” D 2090 Visual: Generally good condition. A 5.75” scuff mark upper center. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 36” H x 30” W x 2” D 2091 Generally good condition. Small stain in upper right corner. Light wear to all four corners. Unframed. 2092 Generally good condition. Small stain in upper left corner. Light wear to all four corners. Unframed. 2093 Generally good condition. Scattered slight handling creases and faint toning to sheets. On sheet with signature, heavier toning to upper left quadrant. The smaller sheet with a pale stain at the right edge. Four sheets with their upper and lower sheet corners rounded, as issued. Unframed. 2094 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2095 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs commensurate with age. Drying and separation to the leather lacing. 2096 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. 2097 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age.

2099 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 31” H x 31” W x 1.75” D 2100 Visual: Generally good condition. Flaking, instability and paint loss left center, lower left and lower right. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Blacklight: Spots of touch-up left center, lower left, right center and lower right, the largest a 4” x 5” scattered area lower left. Frame: 45.25” H x 56.75” W x 2.75” D 2101 Generally good condition. Not examined out of the frame. Frame: 57.25” H x 40.25” W x 4.25” D 2102 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, nicks, abrasions, and chips commensurate with age. Approximately three hairline cracks primarily to grout throughout, the largest: 15”. 2103 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 29.5” H x 25.5” W x 2.5” D 2104 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A chip with corresponding crack to the wood running most of the width of the bracelet. 2105 Overall good condition with light scratches commensurate with age. 2106 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2107 Overall good condition with light scratches commensurate with age. 2108 Generally good condition. The paper is laid down as stated. The recto mat and back mat are glue together. Frame: 35” H x 40” W x 3” D

2109 Visual: Generally good condition. Fine craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: Touch-up scattered throughout Frame: 28.25” H x 38.75” W x 2” D 2110 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, chips, lifting, cracks, losses, flaking, and oxidation to the finish commensurate with age. 2111 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, cracks, losses, flaking, crazing, and oxidation to the finish commensurate with age. 2112 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, chips, lifting, cracks, losses, flaking, crazing, and oxidation to the finish commensurate with age. One ear with a glued repair.

2098 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs commensurate with age. Drying and separation to the leather lacing.

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2084 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, and oxidation commensurate with age.

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2113 Visual: Generally good condition. Spots of paint loss upper right, lower right and lower left. An area of paint loss and instability lower right. An area of craquelure in the lower right corner. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Surface dirt, grime and residue throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 41.25” H x 50” W x 1.5” D 2114 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 25” H x 21” W x 1.5” D

2116 Visual: Generally good condition. Tiny flecks of paint loss left center and lower left. A few small areas of paint shrinkage scattered throughout the background. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 54.25” H x 28” W x 1.5” D 2117 Visual: Generally good condition. Paint loss lower right, right center and along the upper right edge. Artist’s pinholes in the four corners, the hole in the lower right corner with paint loss. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2129 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2130 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered abrasions and surface-reaching fractures to the amethyst. 2131 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2132 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Not stamped for metal content. 2133 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2118 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 25” H x 25” W x 2” D

2134 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered elements slightly bent. Not stamped for metal content.

2119 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2135 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2120 Overall good condition with scattered minor abrasions and chips primarily to edges. Two panels with cracks and losses to surface, the longest: 1.75” and the largest: .75” x .25”. 2121 Each in overall good condition with minor scuffs. Larger velvet mount 16.25” H x 10.125” W 2122 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and light scratches. A 0.25” x 0.25” chip with corresponding loss to one tile.

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2127 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor nicks to the rims 2128 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2115 Visual: Generally good condition. Paint loss scattered along the four edges. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 25” H x 31” W x 1.5” D

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2126 Overall good condition with oxidation, light scuffs, and minor scratches commensurate with age. Lifting to each end of the bronze. Base: .875” H x 3” W x 1.25” D

2123 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and a 1.75” area of crazing. Wood frame 27.75” H x 12.5” W x 2” D 2124 Each in overall good condition with scattered scuffs. The larger with a series of hairline cracks possibly dating to time of manufacture, the largest area 9.5” x 1.5”. Two corners slightly bent in on larger one. 2125 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing, abrasions, light scratches, and rubbed wear commensurate with age. Scattered stones with abrasions. One wire pendant should be restrung.

1969

2136 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2137 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered sodalite cabochons with cracks running the widths of the stones. 2138 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered abrasions and surface-reaching fractures to stones. 2139 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A .25”-long tear to the silver possibly dating to time of manufacture. 2140 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2141 Overall good condition with oxidation and scratches commensurate with age. Scattered dents and rubbed wear throughout.

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2142 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. The ring slightly bent out of shape possibly dating to time of manufacture.

2157 Each in overall good condition with oxidation, light scratches, and minor abrasions to stones commensurate with age. Scattered minor dents.

2143 Overall good condition with oxidation and light scratches commensurate with age. Minor separation to joints.

2158 Each in overall good condition with oxidation, light scratches, and minor abrasions to stones commensurate with age. The cream jug with a 1� dent to the foot. 2159 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered moonstones with minor abrasions and shallow nicks. The wire stringing the necklace is slightly loose.

2145 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Metal content of one necklace unknown. One stone with a .5�-long chip.

2160 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor abrasions to cabochons

2146 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2161 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2147 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Approximately two drops missing from the ring.

2162 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2148 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2163 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2149 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor dents. The handle of the coffee pot slightly loose. Not stamped for metal content.

2164 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2150 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing, minor nicks, and light scratches commensurate with age. A small dent to the body of the cream jug. 2151 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered stones with chips and abrasions. 2152 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered breaks and losses to the emeralds commensurate with material. One emerald in the necklace almost completely gone. 2153 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2154 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor scuffs and abrasions to stones. The pendant with one point slightly bent. 2155 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2156 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered cabochons with chips and abrasions.

2165 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2166 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered onyx tablets with minor nicks and abrasions. 2167 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered chips and abrasions to the edges of the obsidian. 2168 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2169 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered abrasions and chips to obsidian commensurate with age. 2170 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor dents to the edges. 2171 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Minor abrasions to the onyx tablet. 2172 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2144 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2173 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Minor abrasions to onyx commensurate with age.

2190 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2174 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Safety chain partially detached.

2191 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2175 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2192 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Minor abrasions to the stone. Not marked for metal content.

2176 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered amethysts with chips and abrasions along with surface-reaching fractures.

2193 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor abrasions to stone. Not marked for metal content.

2177 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2194 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2178 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2195 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor chips and abrasions to stone. Not stamped for metal content.

2179 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered minor abrasions to cabochons. 2180 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered dents throughout. 2181 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered chips and surface-reaching fractures to the amethysts. 2182 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered nicks and surface-reaching fractures to the amethysts. 2183 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Lacking neckchain, as stated 2184 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2185 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2186 Overall good condition with oxidation and light scratches commensurate with age. 2187 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and scratches commensurate with age. 2188 Each in overall good condition with oxidation, scuffs, and minor dents commensurate with age. 2189 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2196 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Two rings not stamped to metal content. The largest ring with a repair to the ring shank 2197 Overall good condition with tarnishing, minor dents, and light scratches commensurate with age. 2198 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. One end of the “can� with a series of minor dents, possibly a part of a repair. 2199 Each in overall good condition with oxidation, scratches, and minor dents commensurate with age. 2200 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing, oxidation, scattered dents, and light scratches commensurate with age. A later-added wire to the collar. 2201 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2202 Overall good condition with tarnishing, scattered dents and light scratches commensurate with age. 2203 Overall good condition with light scratches commensurate with age. 2204 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2205 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2206 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing, light scratches, and minor dents commensurate with age. The wood handles with rubbed wear and minor shrinkage cracks.

2222 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2207 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Weight does not include the knives.

2223 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. The stones show minor abrasions. Metal content of the collar unknown.

2209 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2210 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. The bases with scattered dents, each wobbles slightly as a result

2224 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A repaired break where the pendant meets the collar. 2225 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered stones with abrasions and nicks. 2226 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2211 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A dent to the spout of the coffee pot. A .5” x .75” patched repair to the spout of the coffee pot. A minor dent to the spout of the teapot.

2227 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered tumblers slightly out of round. One with a 1.25”-long dent to the lip.

2212 Overall good condition with tarnishing, rubbed wear, and light scratches commensurate with age.

2228 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, tarnishing, and scattered minor dents commensurate with age. Weight includes the glasslined carafe and the wood-handled saucier.

2213 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered abrasions and surface-reaching fractures to the amethyst.

2229 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered pieces with maceration and nicks. Monogrammed, as stated. Weight does not include hollow-handled items.

2214 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered chips and losses to the inlay.

2230 Generally good condition. Frame abrasion and minor paper loss along the four edges. Minor flaking and paint loss lower center. Tiny spots of paint loss lower left partially affecting the signature. Sheet: 39.5” H x 30” W; Frame: 46.25” H x 36.5” W x 1.5” D

2215 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A dent to the edge of the bracelet. 2216 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing, light scratches, scattered minor dents, and drying to the wood commensurate with age. A .5” dent to the coffee pot. The spouts of the coffee pot and teapot slightly bent. The handles of the cream jug and sugar bowl slightly loose. 2217 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. 2218 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2231 Overall good condition with oxidation, dust accumulation, dents, and nicks commensurate with age. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use. 2232 Overall good condition with light scratches and darkening to bronze. One corner dented in and a crack to the umbrella handle possibly dating to time of manufacture. Figure loose missing anchoring pins. 2233 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. Totters slightly, very minor wear to the finish of the top.

2219 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. A small chip the one corner of the quartz.

2234 Generally good condition. Two pressure creases along right and left edges. Mounted to black paperboard along upper edge. Paperboard mounted to recto mat along all edges. Frame: 20.25” H x 16.75” W x .75” D

2220 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

2235 Overall good condition with minor nicks, light scratches, and scuffs. Seat rail has a .5” divet.

2221 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Stones with scattered abrasions.

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2208 Overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2236 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Flaking and paint loss along the lower left edge and the mother’s shirt. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Certain pigments fluoresce under blacklight but these appear to be in the hand of the artist. Frame: 35.5” H x 31.5” W x 2” D 2237 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Small spots of paint loss upper right, upper left and along the upper right and upper left edges. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33” H x 37.5” W x 1.5” D 2238 Generally good condition. Handling creases scattered throughout. Two spots of staining to the paper lower right and lower left. A small splash of surface grime lower right. Hinged to the recto mat with artist’s tape in the upper corners. Sheet: 19” H x 25” W; Frame: 26.5” H x 32.5” W x 1” D 2239 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2251 Visual: Generally good condition. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 43” H x 43” W x 2.25” D 2252 Overall good condition with minor dust accumulation and scattered scuffs. 2253 Overall good condition with dust accumulation and minor scuffs. Base: 0.75” H x 7.5” W x 6” D 2254 Overall good condition with dust accumulation and scattered scuffs. Base: 0.75” H x 7.5” W x 6” D

2240 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws and light scuffs.

2255 Generally good condition. Minor, uneven toning to the paper. Adhesive staining from a previous mounting in the lower corners. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. Frame: 19.25” H x 16.25” W x 1” D

2241 Overall good condition with minor scuffs commensurate with age.

2256 Overall good condition with very minor scuffs.

2242 Visual: Generally good condition. A circular area of craquelure approximately 10” in diameter lower left. Scratches and scuff marks scattered throughout, the largest a 5.5” line left center. Small spots of paint loss along the lower right and upper left edges. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2257 Overall good condition with darkening to bronze and scattered scuffs.

2243 Overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs commensurate with age.

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2250 Each in overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, and nicks commensurate with age. One chair missing the seat cushion. One base with two cracks to the support.

2258 Overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs and light shelf wear. 2259 Visual: Generally good condition. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 50.5” H x 50.5” W x 2” D

2244 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Artist’s pinholes in the upper corners. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. Not examined out of the frame. Frame: 17.25” H x 17.25” W x 2” D

2260 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2245 Generally good condition. Framed floating and mounted to the back mat. Not examined out of frame. Frame: 16.25” H x 14” W x 1” D

2261 Visual: Generally good condition. Paint shrinkage scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed

2246 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, nicks, and oxidation primarily to the base. No evidence of pitting.

2262 Overall good condition with scuffs and scratches commensurate with age.

2247 Overall good condition with oxidation, nicks, light scuffs, and minor scratches commensurate with age. 2248 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, and oxidation primarily to the base. No evidence of pitting. Wired to convert to a fountain; Not tested for working condition. 2249 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, minor dents, and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2263 Overall good condition with oxidation and minor scuffs commensurate with age. 2264 Generally good condition. Frame: 17” H x 17” W x 7” D 2265 Overall good condition with dust accumulation and minor scuffs. The frame has separations at the joints, piece is partially loose from frame.

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2267 Overall good condition with separation at joints and scatted shrinkage cracks commensurate with age. Wear to the plywood interior. 2268 Visual: Generally good condition. Drips of surface grime lower right. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 48” H x 38” W x 1.5” D 2269 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, darkening to bronze and rubbed wear. 4x4 area of peeling to the finish of the bronze. Plinth has drying and cracking to the finish. Plinth 11.325” H x 14.5” W x 17” D 2270 Each in overall good condition with darkening to bronze and rubbed wear commensurate with age. 2271 Overall good condition with minor rubbed wear and scuffs commensurate with age. 2272 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and rubbed wear. Plinth: 2.265” H x 10” W x 5.75” D 2273 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 31” H x 35” W x 2.25” D 2274 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. Scattered spots of soiling to upholstery. 2275 Visual: Generally good condition. An area of craquleure in the lower right corner. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Certain areas in the background fluoresce under blacklight but these appear to be in the hand of the artist. Frame: 29” H x 23” W x 2” D 2276 Each in overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. Scattered dents and gouges to the surface. 2277 Visual: Generally good condition. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 27.5” H x 23.5” W x 1.75” D 2278 Overall good condition with minor scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. Scattered wear to finish. The table with scattered shrinkage cracks to the top including a series of three running down the center. A condensation ring to the top. One chair with a 3”-long filled crack to back support with corresponding 1.5”-long hairline crack to backsplat.

2280 Overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use. 2281 Each in overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, shrinkage cracks, and separation at joints commensurate with age. 2282 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33” H x 41” W x 2” D 2283 Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: Lines of touch-up scattered throughout the light green element on the left side of the painting. Frame: 28” H x 40.25” W x 1.5” D 2284 Overall good condition with darkening to bronze and scattered scuffs commensurate with age. 1.5” x 1.5” of scuffs and abrasions to forehead. Figure is loose from the plinth. Shrinkage cracks, seperation at joints, and chips to wood plinth. Plinth: 5.75” H x 6.125” W x 7.5” D 2285 Overall good condition with minor scuffs commensurate with age. Scattered abrasions and chips to the plinth. Plinth: 6” H x 8” W x 6” D 2286 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2287 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 27.5” H x 23.5” W x 2.5” D 2288 Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 38.75” H x 52.5” W x 1.5” D 2289 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 20” H x 20” W x 1.75” D 2290 Visual: Generally good condition. Minor surface grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 13.5” H x 17.5” W x 2” D 2291 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 20.5” H x 24.5” W x 1.75” D 2292 Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: A 2” x 1” area of touch-up upper center Frame: 47” H x 21” W x 2.25” D

2279 Overall good condition with inherent firing flaws commensurate with age.

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2266 Visual: Generally good condition. Light scuff marks lower center. Very minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 43.25” H x 25.25” W x 2.25” D

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2293 Generally good condition. Toning to the paper. Handling creases scattered throughout. Mounted to the recto mat with artist’s tape and brown paper tape along the four edges. Sheet: 18” H x 24” W; Frame: 26” H x 31.75” W x 1” D 2294 Visual: Generally good condition. Fine craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 29” H x 52.5” W x 2” D 2295 Overall good condition with oxidation, dust accumulation, and minor dents commensurate with age and outdoor display. 2296 Each in overall good condition with oxidation, dust accumulation, minor dents, and nicks commensurate with age and outdoor display.

2309 Visual: Generally good condition. Small spots of paint loss upper right, upper left, left center and lower left. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 33” H x 38” W x 1.5” D 2310 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws. Largest with a radial crack from the body extending to the rim approximately 3” H x 3” W.

2298 Overall good condition with oxidation, dust accumulation, and minor dents commensurate with age and outdoor display.

2311 Each in overall good condition with minor scuffs and inherent firing flaws commensurate with age.

2299 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: A 1.75” x 2.25” area of touch-up in the upper left corner. A 2” x 1” area of touch-up left center. Frame: 31.25” H x 41.25” W x 1.75” D

2312 Each overall good condition with scattered minor scuffs and inherent firing flaws

2301 Overall good condition with drying to leather and minor sun fading commensurate with age. Approximately 3 pieces of fringe missing from the tail. Scattered drops of house paint. Later-added felt pads to feet. 2302 Overall good condition with drying to leather commensurate with age. Largest missing a tail and with 2.5” tear to the rear. Smaller with wear to the finish of the leather.

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2308 Visual: Generally good condition. A few spots of paint loss in some of the impasto. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 17.5” H x 19.5” W x 1.5” D

2297 Generally good condition. No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Sandwiched between two pieces of glass. Not examined out of frame. Frame: 22” H x 13.25” W x .5” D

2300 Visual: Generally good condition. Small holes in the board upper right and upper center. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 28” H x 59.5” W x 1.75” D

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2307 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: A 2” x 1” area and a pea-sized spot of touch-up upper right. A 1.75” line of touch-up upper left. A 1.5” x .75” scattered area of touch-up left center. Small spots of touch-up scattered throughout. A 7.5” x 4.25” area on the woman’s body fluoresces under blacklight but this appears to be in the hand of the artist. Frame: 36.25” H x 47” W x 1.75” D

2303 Visual: Generally good condition. A tiny fleck of paint loss lower center. A small white scuff mark right center. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 27” H x 39” W x 2” D 2304 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws and later added felt pads. 2305 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws. A break in the glaze to the lip dating to time of manufacture. 2306 Overall good condition with inherent firing flaws with minor nicks to the foot.

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2313 Visual: Generally good condition. An area of paint shrinkage lower right partially effecting the signature. A small area of paint shrinkage lower center. The canvas is slightly loose and rippled in the upper left and lower right corners. Frame abrasion along the four edges. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 39” H x 49” W x 3.5” D 2314 Visual: Generally good condition. Tiny flecks of paint loss in the sky upper left. Minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 14.25” H x 20.25” W x 1.75” D 2315 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Creases to the paper along the lower left edge. The paper is loose, not mounted. Minor surface dirt and grime. Frame: 24” H x 28” W x 1.5” D 2316 Overall good condition with light scratches and shelf wear commensurate with age. The base with a small nick to edge. 2317 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, light scratches, and minor oxidation commensurate with age. An approximately 3”-long chip to the edge of the glass. 2318 Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Unframed 2319 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs, scratches, nicks, oxidation and abrasions to surface commensurate with age. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.

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2320 Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor surface dirt and grime. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Frame: 21” H x 33” W x 1.75” D 2321 Each in overall good condition with very minor shelf wear. The decanter does not have a stopper. 2322 Overall good condition with scattered scuffs and light scratches commensurate with age. Minor oxidation to the base. Missing one felt pad. 2323 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Tape remnants from a previous mounting remain along the four recto edges. Unframed 2324 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws. 2325 Overall good condition with minor inherent firing flaws and light scuffs. 2326 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. Weight does not include the knives. 2327 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age. One knife with chips to the blade. Two knives with slightly non-matching blades. Weight does not include the dinner knives. 2328 Each in overall good condition with tarnishing and light scratches commensurate with age.

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2329 Generally good condition. Minor toning to the paper. Spots of mold scattered throughout. Mounted to the recto mat with artist’s tape along the four edges. Sheet: 30” H x 22.5” W; Frame: 32.25” H x 26” W x 1” D

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Neither Moran's nor the consignor or our associates make any representation, express or implied warranty (including merchantability and fitness) or guarantee in condition, age, size, provenance, medium, signature, inscription, exhibition history, importance, rarity, country of origin, genuineness, historical relevance, monetary or other value, framing or lack thereof, mounting, conservation, coloring, palette, inscription, edition, style, label or other descriptor. No statement in the catalogue, brochures, website, bill of sale or invoice, any supplementary material, or statements by any Moran's employee shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an assumption of liability. (c) Descriptions: No warranty, whether express or implied, is made with respect to any description contained in this auction or any second opinion. Any description of the items or second opinion is for the courtesy of identifying the items for those Bidders who do not have the opportunity to view the lots in person, and no description of items has been made part of the basis of the transaction or has created any express warranty that the goods would conform to any description made by the Auctioneer. Color variations can be expected in any electronic or printed imaging and are not grounds for the return of any lot. (d) Estimates: All estimates provided are carefully considered opinions of Moran's specialists, and are merely suggested guidelines for interested buyers. Buyers must be aware that all property sold is subject to fluctuating values depending on the subjective interests of collectors and a wide variety of other uncontrollable factors. The lots auctioned may sell at prices above, within, or below estimate. (e) Regulated Species: Lots with a "◊" symbol in the printed or digital catalog, or noted within the condition report of a lot, may contain regulated plant or animal materials and could be subject to certain import or export restrictions. It is the buyer’s responsibility to investigate any such restrictions and obtain any required import or export permits / licenses. The inability to obtain any such document(s) is not grounds for requesting a refund nor does it negate the buyer from making full payment for their purchase. (f) Notices, Demands and Refunds: Any demands for refunds, problems with the lot(s) sold or notices of any kind concerning the auction shall be in writing and addressed to John Moran Auctioneers, Inc, 145 East Walnut Avenue, Monrovia, CA 91016. ADDITIONAL MATTERS (a) Copyright: The copyright on all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Moran's for this auction is and shall remain at all times the property of Moran's. Moran's and the seller make no representation or warranty that the buyer will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to a purchased lot. (b) Buyer's Breach of Conditions: If a buyer fails to comply with any of these conditions, Moran's may, in addition to asserting all remedies available by law, including the right to hold that buyer liable for the purchase price, (i) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages any payment made by the buyer, (ii) resell the property without reserve at public auction or privately upon notice to the buyer, or (iii) take such other action as we deem necessary or appropriate. If Moran's resells the property, the original defaulting buyer shall be liable for the payment of any deficiency between the original sale price and any subsequent mitigation sale, including warehousing, the expenses of both sales, reasonable attorney's fees, commissions, incidental damages and all other charges due hereunder. In the event that such buyer pays a portion of the purchase price for any property, Moran's shall apply the payment received to such property that Moran's in our sole discretion, deems appropriate. Moran's shall have the benefit of all rights of a secured party under the Uniform Commercial Code adopted in the State of California. (c) Severability: Should any of these conditions be deemed unenforceable, invalid or illegal in any court having jurisdiction, that part shall be discounted and shall have no effect on the enforceability of the remaining provisions contained herein, which shall remain valid to the fullest extent permitted by law. (d) Jurisdiction: The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these conditions and the conduct of the auction shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the State of California. By bidding, whether in person or by agent, by absentee bid, telephone, internet or other means, the buyer shall be deemed to have consented to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the state of California or, if applicable, the federal courts sitting in this state. Further, the buyer agrees that the venue for any action arising out of the failure to abide by these conditions, or any conduct related to or arising out of the auction, shall be the Los Angeles Superior Court, North East Branch located at 600 Olive Street, Burbank, California. Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 20th Century Art + Design

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General Notice: This Auction will be conducted in accordance with John Moran Auctioneers’ Conditions of Sale (COS). Bidding and buying at the sale will be governed by such terms and conditions. Please read the COS in conjuction with our policies relating to this sale and other published notices and terms relating to bidding. Winning bidders are responsible for the sum of the final bid, plus Buyer’s Premium on the final bid price and California State Tax for all items purchased, unless exempt in California or shipping documents showing an out-of-state destination are provided. Notice to First-Time Bidders: New clients are required to present a current form of I.D. in order to register and bid. New bidders will be asked to provide financial account information as a reference. All bidders: Please submit a completed bid form with lot details at least 24 hours prior to the auction to ensure acceptance. BUYER’S PREMIUM: BUYER’S PREMIUM is calculated at 25% on the first $500,000 of the hammer price, plus 18% on any amount between $500,000 $1,000,000, and 15% on any amount above $1,000,000 when paying by cash, check or wire transfer. Credit card payments will be subject to an additional 2% buyer’s premium.

Buyers outside of the United States must submit payment via wire transfer. Credit cards are not an accepted form of payment for buyers outside of the United States.

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Please email or fax the completed Registration Form and requested information to: Fax: 1.626.798.2079 email: info@johnmoran.com Tel: 1.626.793.1833 Payment by personal or business check will delay release of purchase(s) until funds clear our bank. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank. Notice to Absentee Bidders: Bids will be rounded down to the nearest increment if your bid increment is incorrect. Moran’s will endeavor to execute these bids on your behalf but will not be liable for any errors or non-executed bids. In the event of a tie bid, the Registration Form received first will be recognized as the winning bid.

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General Bid Increments $200-475.................................$25 increments $500-950.................................$50 increments $1,000-1,900.........................$100 increments $2,000-4,750.........................$250 increments $5,000-9,500.........................$500 increments $10,000-19,000...................$1000 increments $20,000-47,500..................$2,500 increments $50,000-95,000..................$5,000 increments $100,000-190,000............$10,000 increments $200,000-480,000............$20,000 increments $500,000 & Above...........$50,000 increments or at the Auctioneer’s discretion

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