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lh Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts, Silver, Objects of Vertu and Antiquities

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LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS CHICAGO | DENVER | MILWAUKEE | NAPLES | PALM BEACH | ST. LOUIS

Contents Day 1 Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Antiquities including objects from the Toledo Museum of Art

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Wednesday 29 April 2015 | 10AM CST

Day 2 Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu Thursday 30 April 2015 | 10AM CST

Cover: Lot 190 A Roman Marble Ionic Capital

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Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu

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Thursday 30 April 2015

PREVIEW SATURDAY 25 APRIL | 10 AM - 3PM SUNDAY 26 APRIL | 12PM - 4PM MONDAY 27 APRIL | 10AM - 5PM TUESDAY 28 APRIL | 10AM - 5PM WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL | 10AM - 5PM AUCTION ThursDAY 30 april I 10AM European Silver, LOTS 1001-1056 Judaica, LOTS 1057-1065 Asian and Mexican Silver, LOTS 1066-1085 Vertu, LOTS 1086-1130 English Silver, LOTS 1131-1166 American Silver, LOTS 1167-1277 American Arts and Crafts Silver, LOTS 1278-1338

P R O P E RTY P I C K U P H O U R S MONDAY–FRIDAY, 9:00AM - 4:30PM All property must be picked up within seven business days per our Conditions of Sale. Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law

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www.lesliehindman.com Opposite: Lot 1032 An Austrian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Cornucopia on Stand

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P R O P E R T Y F R O M T H E CO LL E C T I O N S O F Laura Lee Drives, Cedarburg, Wisconsin Nancy J. Marik, St. Louis, Missouri A Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Lynn Peters, Overland Park, Kansas Kathryn H. Pluhar, Minneapolis, Minnesota John Roehl, Estes Park, Colorado Myn Rootberg, Chicago, Illinois Mrs. James Vail, Lake Forest, Illinois Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas The Edward F. Wingler and Peggy F. Wingler Pink Scholarship Fund, Muskegon, Michigan

P R O P E R T Y F R O M T H E E S TAT E S O F A Chicago Area Collector Jean Friedlander, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois Ellis C. Littmann, St. Louis, Missouri Mr. Morris Weeden, Lake Forest, Illinois

P R O P E R T Y S O L D TO B E N E F I T Opposite: Lot 1141 A Victorian Silver Stirrup Cup

The Friends of Twin Lakes Auxiliary for Benevolent Care and Pastoral Care at the Twin Lakes Senior Living Community, Cincinnati, Ohio


Contents

Opposite: Lot 1141 A Victorian Silver Stirrup Cup

European silver lots 1001–1056

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Judaica lots 1057–1065

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asian and mexican silver lots 1066–1085

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Vertu lots 1086–1130

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English Silver lots 1131–1166

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American Silver lots 1167–1277

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American arts and crafts Silver lots 1278–1338

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AUCTION INQUIRIES

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

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TELEPHONE / ABSENTEE BID FORM

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European Silver | Lots 1001 – 1056

Opposite: Lot 1027 A Set of Four French Silver-Gilt Candle Stands


1001

1001

A Danish Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, No. 37

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1915-19 designed by Georg Jensen circa 1915, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer and open sugar bowl, all with spot-hammered surfaces, beaded stems and lobed base rims, the wood handles carved with spiralling bands of beading and with stylized flower blossom terminals, undersides engraved with initial K or R marked on undersides, teapot No. 182 48 ozt 16 dwt gross Height of coffee pot 9 3/4 inches $7,000-10,000 1002

A Danish Silver Two-Handled Tray, No. 2E

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Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1933-44 designed by Georg Jensen circa 1904, oval, the openwork handles with fully modelled flower blossoms and beaded tendrils marked on base 51 ozt 10 dwt Length over handles 21 5/8 inches $6,000-8,000


1003

A Danish Silver Flatware Service

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Late 20th Century Cactus pattern, comprising: 16 dinner knives 16 dinner forks 12 fruit knives 16 lunch forks 13 fish knives 12 fish forks 12 butter spreaders 14 tablespoons 12 dessert spoons 8 teaspoons 8 coffee spoons 1 sauce ladle 140 pieces 172 ozt 12 dwt weighable $10,000-15,000 1004

A Danish Silver Flatware Service

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77 Pyramid pattern, comprising 14 dinner knives 14 dinner forks 14 salad forks 14 teaspoons 14 dessert spoons 14 oyster forks 14 butter spreaders 12 demitasse spoons 2 ladles 2-piece carving set 2- piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 serving spoon 1 cheese knife 1 pickle fork 120 pieces 132 ozt weighable $8,400-12,400

1003

1005

A Danish Silver Cheese Server

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77 Pyramid pattern, with stainless steel blade Length 7 7/8 inches $150-250

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1006

A Danish Silver Flatware Service

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1955-77 Cypress pattern, comprising 15 dinner knives 15 dinner forks 15 salad forks 15 butter spreaders 15 teaspoons 14 soup spoons 2-piece salad serving set 3 serving spoons, in sizes 1 gravy ladle 1 lemon fork 1 pickle fork 97 pieces, in wood box 91 ozt 16 dwt weighable $4,000-6,000 1007

A Danish Silver Flatware Service

1006

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77 Acorn pattern, comprising: 6 dinner knives 6 dinner forks 8 salad forks 6 teaspoons 26 pieces 32 ozt 14 dwt excluding knives $1,800-2,800 1008

A Set of Eight Danish Silver-Gilt and Enamel Christmas Spoons

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen (2), Anton Michelsen, Copenhagen (6), Late 20th Century the handle terminals with stylized enamel decoration, Michelsen examples comprising 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1997, Jensen 1995 and 1998 12 ozt 4 dwt Property from the Collection of Myn Rootberg, Chicago, Illinois $700-900

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1009

A Set of Twenty-Four Danish Silver Coasters, No. 193A

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Most 194577 circular with raised edge, center chased with a grape bunches each marked on underside of lip and numbered 193A 16 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 2 1/4 inches $1,800-2,800

1009

1010

A Danish Silver Serving Spoon, No. 141

1010

Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77 the bowl with spot-hammered surface the scrolling handle terminating in applied leaves and buds marked on reverse of handle and numbered 141 2 ozt 10 dwt Length 7 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Myn Rootberg, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

1011*

A Finish Silver Bowl

Kasityota Pirkan-Kulta Oy, 1959 lightly spot-hammered, of triangular form with upturned ends applied with rods and berry clusters, raised on a short base rim marked on base rim 8 ozt Length 8 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400 1011

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1012*

A Swedish Silver Inkstand

G.B. Hallberg, Stockholm, 1924 rectangular with arched back-plate, the spothammered surface embossed with beaded border and with two wells, the backplate engraved with presentation inscription, raised on four ball feet marked near front rim 28 ozt 4 dwt Length 12 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $700-900 1013*

A Swedish Silver Bowl 1012

Borgila, Vastervik, 1965 shallow circular with beaded borders, on conforming short foot, gilt interior marked on underside 14 ozt 17 dwt Diameter 7 3/5 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

1014

A Set of Twelve Italian Silver-Gilt Place Card Holders

Retailed by Del Bono, Florence, 2nd Half 20th Century formed as infant putto presenting baskets holding various foods and table articles, in a fitted green velvet presentation case marked on undersides Height 1 5/8 inches $500-700

1014

1015

Maker’s Mark An Italian Silver Flatware Service

Maker’s Mark R Pellet C in a Lozenge, Allesandria, Mid 20th Century the handles with thread borders and leafy scrolls, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 place spoons 12 teaspoons 12 coffee spoons 84 pieces 97 ozt excluding knives $2,500-3,500

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1016

1016

A Pair of Italian Silver-Gilt Five-Light Candelabra

C. Tupini, Rome, Mid 20th Century in 18th century style, the circular bases cast with strapwork panels and scrolls rising to conforming spiral baluster stems, topped by screw-off scrolling central light and four fixed foliate scroll branches, the detachable drip pans formed of everted leaves and with conforming sconces each marked on top of foot 201 ozt Height 16 1/2 inches Provenance: Christie’s, New York, 19 October 2010, lot 26 $5,000-7,000 1017

An Italian Silver Two-Handled Wine Cooler

Mario Buccellati, Milan, Circa 1940 of campana form with gadrooned lower body raised on a circular foot marked on base 26 ozt Height 8 3/4 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $3,000-5,000

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1019

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1020

1021*

An Italian Silver Bowl

An Italian Covered Jar

An Italian Silver Dish

Buccellati, Mid 20th Century of rounded rectangular form with applied reeded rim, raised on four scroll supports underside engraved BUCCELLATI STERLING ITALY 17 ozt 4 dwt Length 8 1/8 inches $400-600 1019

An Italian Silver Bowl

Buccellati, Mid 20th Century oval, with lightly spot-hammered surface, applied reeded rim and raised on short reeded foot marked on base 16 ozt 16 dwt Length 10 inches $400-600

Candona, Vicenza, Circa 1950 cylindrical, raised on three openwork bracket supports cast with acanthus leaves, the upper body with gadrooned rim and flat-chased and engraved with foliage linked by scrolls against a matted ground, one side with arms in a baroque cartouche, the detachable domed cover chased to match and with conforming openwork finial marked on underside of body 17 ozt Height 7 7/8 inches $400-600

1020

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Luigi Genazzi de Eros, Milan, Mid 20th Century of shallow pear form, with spot-hammered surface marked on underside 16 ozt 6 dwt Length 12 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600

1021


1022

A French Silver-Gilt, Enamel and Glass Travelling Dresser Set

Cartier, Paris, Circa 1930 comprising three scent flasks, one rectangular canister, one cylindrical canister, hair brush, clothes brush, toothbrush holder, buffer, nail shears, nail file, button hook, shoe horn, leather pin box and dressing table mirror with leather back, the glass etched with ribbed panels, the silver mounts with translucent pink enamel over an engine-turned ground, all in a fitted pink leather case by Cartier with gilt EWM and felt outer case all with guarantee mark, some with maker’s mark La Dupont Length of case 16 1/4 inches, hair brush 7 5/8 inches $2,000-4,000

1022

1023

A French Parcel-Gilt Silver Fruit Flatware Service Louis Wolfers, Paris, Circa 1895 comprising: 12 fruit knives 12 fruit forks 12 teaspoons 36 pieces, in a fitted presentation case with two removable trays 19 ozt excluding knives $1,500-2,500

1023

1024

A French Electroplate Jewellery Casket

Late 19th Century octagonal, raised on four paw supports, the body decorated with panels of landscapes and flowering urns, applied on front and back with oval cartouches flanked by putti with floral garlands, the ends with handles decorated with running bellflowers, the hinged cover embossed with lovers and putti in a landscape and applied with bows and quivers, silk lined interior Length over handles 16 1/2 inches Provenance: Christie’s, London, 23 February 2006, Lot 37 $3,000-5,000

1024

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1025

1025

Pair of French Silver-Gilt Small Three-Light Candelabra

Paillard Freres retailed by Guerchet, Paris, Second Half 19th Century the domed bases cast with rocaille and engraved with script initials GJ, rising to conforming baluster stems, the detachable tops with central berried bud finial and three leaf-capped scrolling branches terminating in sconces formed as overlapping leaves marked on undersides of bases and flanges, tops of bases with retailer’s mark 66 ozt 16 dwt Height 9 1/2 inches $1,500-2,500 1026

A French Silver Two-Handled Tray

1026

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Cardeilhac, Paris, Circa 1880 of cartouche form, the rim applied with scrolls and berried foliage at intervals, conforming upswung loop handles, the center engraved with rocaille marked on base with maker’s mark and guarantee and stamped CARDEILHAC PARIS 137 ozt 7 dwt Length over handles 29 inches $3,000-5,000


1027

A Set of Four French Silver-Gilt Candle Stands

Odiot, Paris, Second Half 19th Century the stepped circular bases with guilloche borders and raised on three leafy scroll supports, the stem formed as scrolls wrapped with leaves and vines and topped by a petal form flat sconces with shallow wells, bases engraved with script initials GJ marked on bases and stems, bases also stamped ODIOT PARIS 185 ozt 12 dwt Height 6 7/8 inches $5,000-7,000

1027

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1028

1028*

1029*

1030*

A French Silver Basket

An Austrian Silver Shell-Form Dish

An Austrian Silver-Plate-Mounted Glass Decanter

Odiot, Paris, Second Half 19th Century of shallow oval boat shape, formed as a woven basket and raised on a fixed grapevine stand with four scrolling vine feet and conforming handles marked on underside 62 ozt 18 dwt Length over handles 18 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Laura Lee Drives, Cedarburg, Wisconsin $4,000-6,000

Maker’s Mark FR probably for Franz Rumwolf, Early 20th Century realistically chased as a fluted shell with leaf-capped scroll handle, raised on four scroll shells terminating in shell feet marked near handle 13 ozt 6 dwt Length 10 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500

20th Century realistically formed as a standing cock, the hinged head set with glass eyes and with handle formed of scrolling tail feathers. neck mount stamped MADE IN AUSTRIA Height 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Ellis C. Littmann, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600

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1032

An Austrian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Cornucopia on Stand

Ludwig Politzer, Vienna, Circa 1890 the horn painted with Classical scenes and applied with silver-gilt bands mounted with jewels and enamel foliage, supported on a hexagonal temple topped by dolphins and enclosing warriors, hunters and musicians within arches flanked by white enamel columns, all raised on a conforming stepped hexagonal base, the detachable domed cover with warrior finial marked throughout Height 26 inches $25,000-35,000

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1033*

An Austrian Silver Sugar Casket

Maker’s Mark AC, Vienna, 1843 of partly lobed bombé rectangular form, raised on bracket supports cast with rocaille and acanthus, the hinged cover with applied scroll border and finial, gilt interior marked on reverse 16 ozt 8 dwt Length 6 1/2 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $500-700 1034

A Continental Ink Stand

Probably Austrian, 19th Century shaped rectangular with lobed corners chased with leaves and flanked by scrolls, with large shell-form well and fitted for two removable blue glass bottles with silver covers and detachable short candlestick, underside with metal bell marked 13 10 ozt 10 dwt gross excluding glass Length 7 5/8 inches $300-500

1033

1035*

A German Silver Vase

Wilhelm Müller, Berlin, Circa 1925 the circular base chased with lobes, the hexagonal stem chased with panels of leaves below engraved inscription, the shoulders chased with pointed lobes spaced by leaves and beading, rim with inscription dated September 13, 1925 marked on underside 11 ozt 2 dwt Height 9 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1036*

A German Silver Vase

1035

1036

Otto Wolter, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Circa 1920 lightly spot-hammered, with bulbous lobed lower body and conforming elongated neck and scalloped rim marked on base 9 ozt 6 dwt Height 7 3/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1037*

A Continental Silver Bowl

Probably German, Circa 1930 of oval boat form with lightly spot-hammered surface and reeded rim, on a short stepped circular foot underside marked 830S 17 ozt Length 9 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600 1038*

A German Silver Bowl

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Lutz & Weiss, Pforzheim, Circa 1910 lightly spot-hammered, of lobed oval form with flaring rim, raised on four scroll supports marked on underside 10 ozt 12 dwt Length 10 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $250-350


1039

1039

A German Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Lazarus Posen, Frankfurt Am Main, Circa 1930 comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and tray, all of faceted tapered circular form with angular wood handles, the conforming tray with up-turned sides and wood loop handles marked on bases 111 ozt 12 dwt gross Length of tray over handles 24 1/4 inches, height of coffee pot 5 1/8 inches $3,000-5,000 1040*

A German Silver Vase

Maker’s Mark L&Co., Circa 1920 spot-hammered of baluster form chased with sweeping lobes marked on base, retailed by Ernst Treusch, Leipzig 11 ozt 10 dwt Height 10 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1041*

A German Silver Vase

Maker’s Mark a Five-Point Star, Circa 1920 lightly spot-hammered, chased with flowers and leaves, one side with cartouche engraved with initials MJ marked on base rim 5 ozt 10 dwt Height 9 1/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400

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1042

A German Silver-Plate Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF), Geislingen, Circa 1905 comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and tray, all with sloping panels and domed covers applied with branches of berried ivy, the conforming two-handled tray of cartouche form bases with retailer’s mark and WMF supplementary marks Height of coffee pot 11 inches, length of tray over handles 24 3/4 inches

This model of tea and coffee set is illustrated in the 1906 WMF catalogue, as reproduced in Art Nouveau Domestic Metalwork From Württembergische MetallwarenFabrik 1906, 1990, p. 211. $3,000-5,000

1042

1043*

A German Silver-Plate Box

Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF), Geislingen, Circa 1905 rectangular on a spreading base, applied with a shield and stylized pilasters, interior lined in cream velvet marked on underside Length 8 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas Literature: This model of box is illustrated in the 1906 WMF catalogue, as reproduced in Art Nouveau Domestic Metalwork from Württembergische MetallwarenFabrik, 1990, p. 298. $250-450

1043

1044

A German Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Wilhelm Ludwig, Hanau, Mid 20th Century comprising a coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, ovoid with loop handles and die-roll borders of running roses, the slightly domed cover with rose blossom finials, the conforming circular tray with applied cast rosebud border marked on bases 40 ozt 2 dwt Diameter of tray 11 1/8 inches, height of coffee pot 8 inches $900-1,200 1045*

A German Silver Centerpiece Bowl

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Maker’s Mark FL, Circa 1910 spot-hammered, with flared lobed sides marked on base 13 ozt 6 dwt Diameter 10 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550


1046*

A German Silver Bowl and Similar Platter

Josef Pauser, Schwäbisch Gmünd / Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, First Half 20th Century both shaped circular with lobed sides and applied reeded rims, the bowl on three scroll supports marked on undersides 37 ozt 16 dwt Diameters 11 inches, 11 3/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $900-1,200 1047

A Continental Silver Bowl

Probably German, First Half 20th Century shallow circular with flat rim pierced with acanthus scrolls, raised on three conforming pierced bracket feet marked on underside of rim 12 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 10 3/8 inches. $250-350

1046

1048*

A German Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Hermann Ehrenlechner, Dresden, Early 20th Century the circular bowl raised on a short stem applied with twisting loops and flowerheads, all on a stepped circular base marked on underside 36 ozt Diameter 11 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $900-1,200

1048

1049

A German Silver Coffee Pot and Matching Creamer

M.H. Wilkins & Söhne, Bremen-Hemelingen, Early 20th Century both of baluster form chased with spiraling flutes and with leaf-capped scroll handles, engraved in front with arms under a crest marked on undersides 27 ozt 14 dwt Height of coffee pot 10 1/2 inches $500-700 1050*

A Pair of Continental Bowls

Probably German, Circa 1920 shallow circular with flared fluted sides, lightly spothammered sides marked with coronet and stamped 835 15 ozt 14 dwt Diameter 8 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500

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1051

A Pair of German Silver Beakers

Maker’s Mark EB in an Oval, Augsburg, Late 17th Century tapered cylindrical, lower bodies with tooled surfaces, one engraved on base with later initials NS, gilt interiors marked on bases and with assay scrapes 9 ozt 14 dwt Height 3 5/8 inches $1,600-2,600

1051

1052

A Pair of German Silver Trencher Salts

Second Half 18th Century the domed bases chased with spiralling lobes, wells with traces of gilding one with maker’s mark unclear and eagle mark, the other apparently unmarked 4 ozt Length 3 1/2 inches $150-250

1052

1053

Six Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Teaspoons

Moscow, Late 19th Century comprising three pairs, all enamelled on spoon backs with multi-color flowers and scrolls within turquoise beaded borders, the handles partly twisted or knopped and with blue enamel terminals marked on handles, two with marks obscured Length of longest 5 3/4 inches $400-600 1054

A Pair of Russian Silver Cordials

Late 19th Century one with engraved and niello village scenes in cartouches surrounded by scrolling foliage, the other engraved with vacant cartouche and scrolling acanthus, on stepped domed bases both marked 3 ozt 12 dwt Height 4 inches $200-400

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1055

1055

A Russian Parcel-Gilt Silver Trompe l’oeil Basket

Pavel Ouchinikov Sr., Moscow, 1874 formed as a shallow oval woven basket with ropetwist handles partly covered by a fringed napkin embroidered with flowers, all raised on four woven vine bracket feet marked on underside and with assay master mark of Alexander Syeviyer 30 ozt 14 dwt Length over handles 14 3/4 inches $4,000-6,000 1056

A Russian Silver Cann

Assay Master Ivan Andreyevich, Kazan, Circa 1900 cylindrical, the sides embossed and chased with a hare hunting scene, rod handle marked on base and near rim 7 ozt 10 dwt Height 4 3/8 inches $300-500

1056

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1057*

A Pair of American Silver Candlesticks

Kurt J. Matzdorf, New Paltz, NY, Circa 1960 on four splayed supports topped by square shoulders with upturned corners and tapered cylindrical sconces marked on undersides 10 ozt 11 dwt Height 6 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Nancy J. Marik, St. Louis, Missouri $800-1,200

1057

1058

Two Israeli Silver Spice Towers

Circa 1970 The first of windmill form, on a hexagonal base applied with wrigglework borders and with lift-off cover, Ben Zion, the second of clock tower form with faux bois door and three turrets topped by pennants, lift-off cover, apparently unmarked 13 ozt 12 dwt Heights 8 1/2 inches, 6 3/8 inches $800-1,200

1058

1059

An Israeli Damascene Torah Ark

Mid 20th Century rectangular with arched top, the front with steps below two arched doors decorated with baskets of fruit below two Stars of David, surrounded by strapwork, deer and a Hebrew inscription and flanked by two baluster columns, the top with the Tablets flanked by lions and pomegranates, the shaped sides with Hanukah lamps flanked by lions below a swan, interior fitted with removable shelf Height 30 inches $2,500-3,500

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1060

A Polish Silver Hanukkah Lamp

Late 19th Century the arched backplate chased with rampant lions flanking a seven-light lamp beneath an engraved inscription and surrounded by flowers, foliage and grapevine against a tooled ground, the front gallery engraved with scrolling foliage, detachable servant light apparently unmarked 23 ozt 8 dwt Height 10 inches $3,000-5,000

1060

1061

An Eastern European Silver Hanukkah Lamp

Late 19th Century Ba’all Shem Tov type, with filigree backplate and gallery, surmounted by rampant lions flanking a crown, supported on six scroll feet apparently unmarked 22 ozt 8 dwt Height 10 1/2 inches $3,000-5,000

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1062

A Polish Silver Spice Tower

Maker’s Mark I.P, Warsaw, Late 19th Century the stepped domed base rising to a knopped stem and cylindrical chamber with filigree sides and hung with four bells, topped by four shaped pennants and spire engraved with Hebrew inscription, with spherical finial and conforming gilt pennant marked on base rim 5 ozt 5 dwt Height 9 1/2 inches $1,000-2,000

1062

1063

A Polish Silver Spice Tower

Maker’s Mark MX, Assay Master Josef Sosnkowski, Warsaw, 1885 on a stepped domed base rising to a knopped stem supporting a rectangular chamber with filigree sides and hung with four bells and topped by four pennants, the central spire with spherical finial and large pennant marked on base rim, door and pennant 4 ozt 9 dwt Height 9 1/4 inches $1,000-2,000

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1064

A German Silver Kiddush Cup

Maker’s Mark IR a Device Above Probably for J. Rimonim (Johann Jacob Runecke), Furth, Circa 1770 the bowl with gadrooned lower body and octagonal rim chased with flowers and rocaille and engraved with Hebrew inscription, faceted baluster stem, the domed base chased with shellwork side and base rim with maker’s mark and city mark, side also with assay scrape and incuse A, underside of base rim with assay scrape 2 ozt 16 dwt Height 5 inches A later spice box by J. Rimonim, formerly part of the Stieglitz Collection, is now in the collection of The Israel Museum. A pair of torah finials and a havdalah compendium by Rimonim were offered Sotheby’s, New York, 19 December 2007, lots 38, 42. $8,000-12,000

1064

1065

A German Silver Spice Tower

H. Meyen & Co., Berlin, Late 19th Century the stepped domed base rising to a tapered stem supporting a rectangular chamber pierced and chased with rocaille enclosing lattice and flowers, topped by four pennants and central spire with larger pennant marked on base rim 2 ozt 10 dwt Height 8 3/4 inches $500-700

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Asian and Mexican Silver | Lots 1066 – 1085


1066*

A Japanese-Export Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

20th Century comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, and twohandled covered sugar bowl, of baluster form with loop handles and elongated scroll spouts, together with matching sugar tongs, all in fitted presentation case bases marked STERLING 950 JAPAN 73 ozt Height of coffee pot 10 inches Property from the Collection of Lynn Peters, Overland Park, Kansas $4,000-6,000

1066

1067

A Set of Twelve Japanese Silver and Mixed-Metals Kozuka Knives

Second Half 19th Century the handles decorated with silver, Japanese gold and copper peonies in full bloom, steel blades, in presentation case Length 10 inches $800-1,200 1068

A Chinese Export Silver Bowl

Luen Wo, Shanghai, Circa 1900 the circular bowl with applied reeded rim, the sides applied with large chrysanthemum blossoms, on a short spreading foot marked on underside 21 ozt 6 dwt Diameter 8 1/4 inches $600-800 1067

1069

A Chinese Export Silver Small Bowl

Wang Hing & Co., Hong Kong, Late 19th Century circular, the sides decorated with birds on branches of bamboo, applied bamboo rim marked on underside 6 ozt 12 dwt Diameter 4 1/8 inches $200-400

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1070

A Chinese Export Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Luen Hing, Shanghai, Circa 1910 comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, twohandled sugar bowl and two-handled tray, the oval bodies with spot-hammered surfaces applied on both sides with dragons, angular handles and knop finials, the tray rectangular with cut corners and applied bamboo rim and handles, the border chased with dragons, center engraved with a dragon surrounded by smoke, together with a pair of matching sugar tongs and a similar Japanese export teacup and saucer marked on bases, tray with jungin mark only, teacup and saucer by Samurai Shokai, Yokohama 107 ozt excluding porcelain teacup liner Length of tray over handles 20 inches $3,000-5,000

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1071

A Set of Three Chinese Export Silver-Mounted Glass Decanters

Early 20th Century comprising two large and one smaller decanter, all with concave sides, the silver mounts pierced and engraved with flower blossoms and foliage, detachable covers with cork stoppers marked on bases Heights 9 1/2 inches, 7 3/4 inches $700-900

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1072

A Chinese Export Silver Three-Piece Tea Set

Maker’s Mark WF, Circa 1900 comprising a teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, the bulbous bodies embossed and chased in high relief with flying dragons and applied whiskers, the cover engraved with matching dragons, bamboo form spouts and handles marked on bases 31 ozt 6 dwt Length of teapot 9 1/4 inches $2,500-3,500

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A Chinese Export Silver Bowl

A Javanese Silver Bowl and Cover and Pair of Similar Two-Light Candelabra

Hung Chong, Canton & Shanghai, Early 20th Century circular, raised on a short foot rim, the sides embossed in high relief with a walking dragon with undulating body and tail marked on base 14 ozt 10 dwt Diameter 6 5/8 inches $500-700 1074*

A Thai Silver Bowl

Early 20th Century the deep circular bowl embossed with praying bodhisattvas within arabesques and foliage against a matted ground, raised on four rounded feet marked on base 19 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 8 5/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700

First Half 20th Century the deep circular bowl and domed cover chased with lobes enclosing scrolling foliage against a matted ground, the underside with a roundel chased with crossed weapons, the candelabra on domed based chased with oval bosses, flowerheads and lozenges spaced with scrolling foliage, rising to conforming knopped stems and topped by two knopped branches with short cylindrical scones apparently unmarked 41 ozt 4 dwt Diameter of bowl 10 3/8 inches, height of candelabra 11 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $900-1,200

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A Burmese Silver Centerpiece Bowl

A Silver Two-Handled Punch Bowl and Matching Tray

Late 19th/Early 20th Century embossed and chased in high relief with figures riding elephants, praying, playing with children and taming lions against a tooled landscape, the underside engraved with a stylized sun, raised on three small bracket supports apparently unmarked 47 ozt 7 dwt Diameter at widest 12 1/2 inches $2,500-3,500

Probably Mexican, Mid 20th Century each of circular form with lobed bowl and rim, border cast with scrolling leaves, bowl with leaf-capped scroll handles marked on undersides 925/100 STERLING 197 ozt 10 dwt Length of bowl over handles 19 1/2 inches, diameter of tray 23 3/4 inches $4,000-6,000

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A Mexican Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Sanborns, Mexico City, 20th Century comprising a coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer and sugar bowl, all of lobed baluster form and chased with a band of flowers, the rectangular tray with conforming border marked on bases 182 ozt 4 dwt Height of kettle on lampstand 10 1/2 inches, length of tray 21 1/4 inches $3,500-4,500 1079

A Mexican Silver Vegetable Dish and Cover

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Mid 20th Century oval with lobed borders and applied rims of running scrolls, raised on four scroll supports headed by foliage, the reversible cover with conforming handles underside of dish marked STERLING 925 MEXICO 58 ozt 18 dwt Length 12 3/4 inches $1,200-1,800


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A Mexican Silver Tray

Maker’s Mark GAD, Mid 20th Century rounded rectangular with applied rim of scrolls and stylized foliage marked on underside and with Eagle 219 mark 32 ozt Length 16 1/2 inches $500-700 1081

A Mexican Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

C. Zurita, Mid 20th Century comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and two-handled tray, all ovoid form with stylized leaf and berry finials, the handles with beaded tendril upper terminals, the shaped rectangular tray with elongated loop handles marked on bases 241 ozt 14 dwt Height of kettle on lampstand 14 1/4 inches $5,000-7,000

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A Mexican Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Sanborns, Mexico City, Mid 20th Century, of lobed oval form, chased with a band of rosettes flanked by foliage against a matted ground, the loop handles capped with leaves and flowerheads marked on base 65 ozt 12 dwt Length over handles 16 3/4 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,500-2,500

1083

A Mexican Silver Three-Piece Tea Set

William Spratling, Taxco, Circa 1950 comprising a teapot, creamer and two-handled covered sugar bowl, all cylindrical with rosewood loop handles, the flat hinged covers mounted with seated leopard finials marked on bases 31 ozt 18 dwt gross Height of teapot 6 1/2 inches This model of tea set is illustrated by Sandraline Cederwall and Hal Riney in Spratling Silver, 2000, pgs. 68-69. $3,500-5,500

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A Mexican Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Two Mexican Silver Trays

Maker’s Mark JRC, Mid 20th Century oval with shaped rim applied with running scrolls, raised on conforming openwork scroll foot rim marked on base 32 ozt 12 dwt Length 15 1/8 inches $800-1,200

Mid 20th Century the first of two-handled rectangular form, rim with clusters of beads at intervals, maker’s mark GSB in a shield, the second circular with applied foliate rim, maker’s mark unclear, and with Eagle 37 mark 54 ozt 4 dwt Lengths 17 3/8 inches, 13 inches $900-1,200

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1087

A Group of Five Silver and Enamel Circus Figures

A Silver and Enamel Circus Figure Camel Keychain

Gene Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Late 20th Century comprising a rearing horse with blue reigns on a detachable stand, a clown in an orange coat riding a unicycle, an acrobat in an octagonal ring, a hobby horse and a carousel rabbit all marked 40 ozt 5 dwt $7,000-9,000

Gene Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Late 20th Century formed as a standing camel with red and green enamel saddle, with suspension chain and ring marked on ring Length of camel 2 inches $500-700

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1088

An American Silver and Enamel Compact

Maker’s Mark F&B, Early 20th century rectangular with cut-corners, the hinged cover with translucent blue enamel over an engine-turned ground and centered by a basket of flowers against a white ground, sapphire cabochon thumbpiece, interior fitted with writing tablet, and two compartments, braided silver wrist chain and tassel below marked on interior Length 3 1/2 inches $300-500

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An American Silver Purse

George L. Vose Mfg. Co. Inc., Providence, RI, Circa 1915 rectangular, the hinged cover engraved with flowers and foliate scrolls and centered by monogram SFF, the interior fitted with mirror, hinged compartment, clip, pencil holder and three coin slots, with chain marked on flange of cover Length 3 7/8 inches $250-350 1090

An American Silver Purse

William B Kerr & Co., Newark, NJ, Circa 1905 hinged rectangular, the sides applied with whiplash scrolls and leafy sprays, cover engraved with script monogram MMM, interior fitted with silk pockets, with chain marked on flange Length 3 1/2 inches $250-350

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1091

An American Silver Card Case

Attributed to Lewis & Wilson, Philadelphia, PA, Second Half 19th Century shaped rectangular, one side embossed and chased with Trinity Church in lower Manhattan, the other with Leda and the swan apparently unmarked Length 3 5/8 inches $300-500 1092

An American Silver Card Case

Late 19th Century shaped rectangular with hinged cover, chased overall with scrolling foliage against a matted ground, one side with a vacant shield cartouche apparently unmarked Length 3 3/8 inches $250-350 1093

An American Silver Card Case

Wood & Hughes, New York, NY, Circa 1882 rectangular with hinged cover, decorated overall with sprays of roses against a tooled ground marked on flange Length 3 7/8 inches $250-350

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An American Silver Match Box Safe

Two American Silver Match Box Safes

1095

A George II Gold-Mounted Agate Needle Case and Spy Glass

W&S Blackinton Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1900 rounded rectangular with hinged cover, the front etched with scrolling acanthus and rampant lions flanking a shield enclosing engraved monogram FED, the reverse with acanthus scrolls marked on interior rim Length 2 3/8 inches $200-400

An American Silver Match Box Safe

Circa 1905 of hinged shaped rectangular form, both sides chased with large flower blossoms, cover with suspension ring flange stamped 925 Length 2 3/8 inches $200-400

Late 19th Century the first shaped oval, chased with scrolling foliage, apparently unmarked, the second shaped rectangular, chased with acanthus radiating from shells, marked STERLING Lengths 2 3/4 inches, 1 3/4 inches $200-400 1097

Circa 1760 the mounts depicting baskets of flowers and solomonic columns, with an enamelled band inscribed “Vous L’Offere L’Amitie” Height 4 5/8 inches Provenance: M. Hakim Antiques, London, August 20, 1981 $1,000-2,000

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A South Staffordshire Enamelled Thimble and Bodkin Case

A South Staffordshire Enamelled Needle Case

18th Century worked in polychrome enamels on a turquoise ground to show a gentleman, pastoral landscape cartouches and the inscription “Gage de mon amour” Length 5 inches $400-600

Late 18th Century painted with polychrome flowers on a white ground and the inscription “Gage de mon Amour” Length 5 1/4 inches $300-500

Three Gold Thimbles

Probably American, Late 19th/Early 20th Century the first with leaves and grapes against a matted ground, engraved Mary in cartouche, the second with plain base band engraved 1909 CLS, the third with plain base band 15.4 g Height of largest 7/8 inches $300-500

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A Gold and Diamond-Mounted Hardstone Snuff Box

An Austrian Silver Snuff Box

An Austrian Silver and Niello Snuff Box

Mid 19th Century rectangular with cut-corners, the hinged cover mounted with an oval gold reserve set engraved with foliate scrolls and set with a diamond-mounted coronet and cipher VE apparently unmarked Length 3 5/8 inches

Late 19th Century rectangular, the hinged cover engraved with a windmill scene surrounded by foliage, the sides engraved with chevrons, base engine-turned; together with a Dutch circular snuff box with hinged cover embossed with a windmill, maker’s mark ZZ, Amsterdam, 1930 Length 3 inches $400-600

The cipher is that of Vittorio Emmanuele II (1820178), King of Piedmont, Savoy, Sardinia and Italy. $1,000-2,000

Maker’s Mark MS in Rectangle with Canted Corners, Circa 1900 rounded rectangular, decorated overall with scrolling vines of clover against a niello ground, the hinged cover with vacant shaped oval cartouche interior with maker’s mark, standard mark and stamped 900 Length 3 7/8 inches $400-600 1105

A French Silver Snuff Box

Paris, 2nd Half 19th Century of rounded rectangular hinged form, body and cover engraved overall with rocaille and scrolling foliage, the cover crested, gilt interior flange with maker’s mark unclear and guarantee mark Length 3 1/2 inches $300-500

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A Gold-Mounted Tiger’s Eye Box

A Continental Silver and Gold Cigarette Case

A Continental Ruby-Mounted Agate Figure of a Bear

Chaumet, Paris, Second Half 20th Century of hinged rectangular form, the cover applied with tooled gold thumbpiece, interior lined in white quartz, in fitted red leather presentation case underside mounted with plaque engraved CHAUMET PARIS Length 7 3/4 inches $800-1,200

Possibly French, Circa 1955 hinged rectangular, the engine-turned cover with horizontal gold bands chased with running foliage, the base ribbed, gilt interior engraved with presentation inscription dated June 8th, 1956 interior with maker’s mark unclear in a lozenge and stamped 900 Length 3 1/4 inches $300-500

Possibly Russian, 20th Century realistically carved as a sprawling bear, mounted with cabochon ruby eyes apparently unmarked Length 4 1/8 inches $300-500

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A Circular Silver Snuff Box

A Russian Silver and Gold-Mounted Coin Case

1110

A Russian Silver and Niello Cigarette Case

Possibly Iranian, Early 20th Century the slightly domed cover chased and engraved with birds perched on flowering branches, the sides with die-roll bands of foliage and arabesques against a matted ground marked on base 84 in a circle and with incuse Arabic characters Diameter 2 1/2 inches $200-400

A Turkish Silver Snuff Box

First Half 20th Century rectangular, the hinged cover decorated with bands of filigree, and cast foliage, the sides with bands of beading base marked 900 Length 1 7/8 inches $200-400

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Vasily Naumov, Moscow, Early 20th Century rounded rectangular, the top and base applied with silver and gold monograms, interior fitted with blue silk pockets, cabochon ruby thumbpiece marked on top and base with maker’s mark and Kokoshnik mark Length 3 inches $600-800 1112 Late 19th Century rounded rectangular, the cover with engraved and niello scene of a cathedral surrounded by strapwork and scrolling foliage, the base with matching decoration interior marked on cover and base with maker’s and assayer’s marks Length 4 1/4 inches $500-700

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A Russian Silver and Niello Snuff Box

Assay Master Andrey Kovalskiy, Moscow, 1851 rounded rectangular, the hinged cover with engraved and niello scene of St. Basil’s Cathedral within a strapwork cartouche surrounded by scrolling foliage, the sides with lattice, base depicting a palace, gilt interior interior marked on cover and base with maker’s marks, assay master mark and 84 Length 3 1/2 inches $300-500

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A Russian Silver and Niello Cigarette Case

A Russian Silver and Gold-Mounted Cigarette Case

A Russian Silver and Niello Snuff Box

Assay Master AA, Moscow, 1888 rounded rectangular, the cover with engraved and niello scene of a sleigh being pulled by three horses, the underside with engraved initials NK surrounded by scrolling niello foliage, gilt interior interior marked on cover and base with assay master, maker’s mark and city mark Length 4 1/8 inches $500-700 1115

A Latvian Silver and Niello Snuff Box

Circa 1894 rounded rectangular, the cover with engraved and niello scene of a palace within strapwork borders, the base with niello inscription “VIEIL * ANVERS 1894” surrounded by scrolling foliage interior marked on base and cover 875 Length 4 inches $500-700

Maker’s Mark AA, Circa 1901 rectangular with hinged cover, chased overall with lobes radiating from corners, the cover mounted in center with a gold double-headed eagle, gold thumbpiece with cabochon sapphire, gilt interior marked on base and cover of interior 3 ozt 16 dwt Length 3 1/2 inches $600-800

Possibly Ivan Tarabrovm, Moscow, 1886 rounded rectangular, the hinged cover with engraved and niello scene of a city square within strapwork borders, the base engraved foliate script initials RK, interior with later inscriptions dated 1896 marked on interior cover and base Length 3 3/8 inches $300-500

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A Russian Silver Snuff Box

Second Half 19th Century rectangular, the sides and hinged cover engraved with rocaille and scrolling acanthus enclosing panels of lattice interior covers with maker’s mark, assay master mark unclear and 84 Length 3 5/8 inches $300-500

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An Edwardian Silver Comb Case and American Scent Flask

the comb case curved rectangular with hinged cover, engraved overall with scrolling acanthus and initialled TB 1917, Samuel M. Levi, Birmingham 1905, the oval flask applied with foliage surrounding engraved monogram AWL, R. Wallace & Sons, Wallingford, CT, Early 20th Century Lengths 3 3/8 inches, 3 3/4 inches $150-250 1120

Two George IV Silver Vinaigrettes

Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1830 / Lea & Clark, Birmingham, 1825 both hinged rectangular with engine-turned covers, gilt interiors with hinged grates pierced and engraved with foliage, the Mills example larger and engraved with monogram SBB interiors marked on covers, bases and grates Lengths 1 5/8 inches, 1 3/8 inches $500-700

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A Victorian Silver Vinaigrette

Frederick Marson, Birmingham, 1857 shaped rectangular, engraved on both sides with scrolling foliage, one side with a vacant parchment scroll cartouche, gilt interior with hinged grate engraved with flowers and pierced, with suspension ring, together with a shaped oval silver-plate example interior marked on cover and base, grate apparently unmarked Length 1 1/8 inches $200-400 1124 1122

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A Regency Silver Vinaigrette

Matthew Linwood, Birmingham, 1811 rectangular, the hinged cover engraved with honeycomb enclosing flowerheads, the base with large flowerhead and wriggle-work borders, gilt interior with hinged pierced ribbon grate interior marked on cover and base, grate apparently unmarked Length $200-400 1123

A Regency Silver Vinaigrette

Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1814 hinged rectangular with incurved corners, the top with bright-cut borders and acanthus, the base with matching borders and flowerhead, gilt interior with hinged grate pierced with flowers and foliage interior marked on cover and base, grate apparently unmarked Length 1 1/2 inches $200-400 1124

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A George III Silver Vinaigrette

Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1793 of hinged domed oval form, the top with beaded borders and engraved with flowers and foliage, the conforming base with flowerhead, interior with hinged grate pierced with circles interior marked on cover, base and grate Length 1 3/8 inches $200-400


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Three Silver Toothpick Cases

the first oval with wriggle-work and beaded borders, the cover with flowerheads, the base with lattice, B. Co., Birmingham, 1801, the second rectangular with cut-corners and flat-hinged cover engraved with flowers and oval roundel, initialled ET, the last rounded rectangular, ribbed body and cover, maker’s mark ?O, Paris, second half 19th century Length of longest 3 3/8 inches $600-800 1126*

A Rose Gold and Diamond-Mounted Enamel Portrait Miniature of William IV

Attributed to William Essex, Circa 1830 the oval miniature painted in enamel with George IV against a brown ground, surrounded by diamonds, the reverse engraved with the Royal Arms and “to GDH,� in a fitted presentation case by D.S. Lavender apparently unmarked Height 1 7/8 inches

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Provenance: Property from the Edward F. Wingler and Peggy F. Wingler Pink Scholarship Fund, Muskegon, Michigan D.S. Lavender, London, June 1996 $1,500-2,500 1127

A William IV Silver Snuff Box

William Simpson, Birmingham, 1830 rectangular with hinged cover, cover engraved with engine-turned bands and centered by a vacant rectangular cartouche, the sides ribbed, applied foliate thumbpiece interior marked on cover and base Length 3 1/8 inches $300-500 1128

A George III Silver Snuff Box

John Shaw, Birmingham, 1806 rounded rectangular, the flat-hinged cover bright-cut and engraved with borders of leaf-tips and scallops, the center engraved with shield enclosing script initials JWE below floral boughs interior marked on cover and base Length 3 1/4 inches $300-500

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A George IV Silver Snuff Box

John Bettridge, Birmingham, 1826 of hinged rectangular form, the cover with engineturned panel centered by rectangular cartouche engraved with a crest, the sides ribbed, gilt interior interior marked on cover and base Length 2 3/8 inches $300-500 1130

A Pair of Regency Silver Patch Boxes

both circular, one engraved on one cover with guilloche flanked by leafy sprays, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham, 1814, the other with a flowerhead enclosing script initial B, apparently unmarked Diameter of first 7/8 inches $300-500

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1131

An English Silver Large Pitcher

Asprey, London, 1995 of generous size, baluster form on stepped spreading foot, the short spout with baluster drop below, leafcapped double-scroll handle marked on underside 52 ozt 4dwt Height 11 inches $1,600-2,600

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A Pair of English Reversible Entree Dish Covers

Crichton Brothers, London, 1927 rectangular with shaped corners and reeded rims, engraved with monograms S/JI, lacking slip-lock finials marked on sides 50 ozt 4 dwt Length 9 3/4 inches $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of Edwardian Silver Cafe au Lait Pots

Daniel & John Wellby, London, 1908-09 tapered octagonal with conforming hinged domed cover with baluster finial, the spouts at right angles to wood scroll handles, engraved with script monogram LGD fully marked 26 ozt gross Height 7 3/4 inches $550-750 1134

A Victorian Silver Chatelaine

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Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1896 the clip cast with two putti surrounded by grapevine from which a scent flask, button hook, pin cushion, shears case, hinged canister, and writing tablet are suspended from chains marked throughout, implements by other Birmingham and Chester makers, 1892-1896 Length 12 1/2 inches $300-500


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An English Silver Small Porringer and Spoon

Henry George Murphy, London, 1933, 1935 spot hammered, the handles pieced and chased with a three-branch tree fully marked 5 ozt 5 dwt Length 5 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1136*

An Edwardian Silver Two-Handled Bowl

Moss Morris, London, 1904 circular raised on a spreading circular base, the spot-hammered surface engraved on one side “STONELEIGH WEST SCHOOLS Parents Association CHALLENGE BOWL July 1939,� the strap handles terminating in leaves marked near rim 25 ozt 14dwt Length over handles 13 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $700-900

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Three Matching English Silver Beakers

cylindrical with squared rims, the sides applied with four buttresses, larger by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1911, the smaller by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., London, 1904/15 10 ozt 14 dwt Heights 3 3/4 inches, 2 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $250-350

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A Victorian Silver Tureen, Cover, and Stand

Barnard Bros., London, 1877/79 the oval tureen with applied guilloche band enclosing flowerheads above chased drapery swags, with upturned reeded loop handles, the step domed cover partly gadrooned and with spirally chased bud final, raised on a detachable conforming oval base with gadrooned border, the well engraved with presentation inscription, the cover of the tureen with corresponding arms and supporters under an earl’s coronet and crest, with removable silver-plate liner marked on tureen, cover, finial and stand, tureen and cover 1877, stand 1879 130 ozt excluding liner Length over handles of tureen 18 inches, Length of stand 16 inches Provenance: Henry Bentinck Boyle (1833-1890), 5th Earl Shannon N&I Franklin, London, 2000

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The engraved inscription on the stand reads: “TO THE Earl of Shannon ON HIS RESIGNING THE MASTERSHIP OF THE V.W.H HOUNDS FROM SOME SINCERE FRIENDS JUNE 1879.” Henry Bentinck Boyle was born in London in 1833, son of Richard Boyle, 4th Earl Shannon and his wife Emily Henrietta Seymour. He was educated at Eaton College before serving as Attache to the British envoy at Frankfurt am Main and to the British embassy at Vienna. In 1859 he married Blanche Emma Lascelles, daughter of Henry Lascelles, 3rd Earl of Harewood, and secondly in 1868 to Julia Charlotte Craddock-Hartopp. In the same year he inherited the earldom upon the death of his father. $8,000-10,000


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An Assembled Victorian Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Service

Various Makers, London, 1853-66 comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, and sugar bowl, all embossed and chased with flowers and foliage surrounding vacant cartouches, with leaf-capped scroll handle and fully modelled flower finial, teapot, creamer and sugar bowl, Martin Hall & Co., 1853-56, coffee pot George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, date mark rubbed, likely 1866, kettle on lampstand Henry Holland, 1856 120 ozt gross Height of kettle on lampstand 13 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Kathryn H. Pluhar, Minneapolis, Minnesota $2,000-4,000 1140

A Victorian Parcel-Gilt Silver Egg Cruet Set

Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1863 the frame with circular base with pierced border and central support with beaded loop handle, fitted for our detachable gilt egg cups with similarly pierced borders, all engraved with matching crest; together with four salt spoons with crested fiddle handles frame marked on underside and central support, one cup with rubbed marks for London, 1820, the others apparently unmarked, spoons London, 1852 16 ozt 6 dwt Height 7 inches $400-600

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A Victorian Silver Stirrup Cup

Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London, 1864 realistically cast and chased as a fox head, the flaring rim with incised bands marked on rim 20 ozt Height 4 7/8 inches $5,000-7,000 1142

A Victorian Silver-Mounted Fox Head Stirrup Cup on Stand

Hunt and Roskell, London, 1857-58 the fox head mounted at neck with silver cup with reeded rim, engraved “FOUND IN PATMORE HALL WOOD KILLED AT WIDFORD VILLAGE AFTER A RUN OF ONE HOUR AND TWO MINUTES ELEVEN MILES STRAIGHT WITH THE PUCKERIDGE HOUNDS PLOUGH MONDAY, JANUARY 11th 1858�, gilt interior, on a detachable ebonized wood stand marked near rim of cup and base of stand Height of cup 13 inches, overall 15 3/4 inches $2,000-4,000

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An Assembled Sheffield-Plate Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, Circa 1820 comprising a teapot, coffee pot, smaller coffee pot, creamer and two-handled sugar bowl, all with gadrooned borders, the creamer and sugar with leafcapped handles marked on bases Height of coffee pot 7 3/8 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $400-600

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A Set of Three Sheffield-Plate Wine Coasters

Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, Circa 1810 the sides chased with gadroons alternating with flutes, the conforming shaped rim with shells flanked by acanthus at intervals, turned wood centers mounted with plaque engraved with crest in a badge marked on base rim Diameter 6 7/8 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $400-600 1145*

A Sheffield-Plate Inkstand

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Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, 1815 the stand rounded rectangular with gadrooned border, raised on four ball feet and with two wells for pens, fitted with two glass bottles and detachable candlestick marked on underside of stand and candlestick Length 9 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $200-400 1146*

A Set of Four Sheffield-Plate Candlesticks

Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, Circa 1810 the circular bases with borders of shells flanked by acanthus spaced by gadroons alternating with flutes, the fluted tapering stems springing from acanthus and topped by campana form sconces with conforming detachable nozzles marked on base rims Height 9 1/4 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $300-500 1147*

A Group of Three Sheffield-Plate Chamber Candlesticks

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Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, Circa 1810 all circular with gadrooned borders and detachable snuffers, the cylindrical stems with lever to raise candle, with wick trimmers marked on bases Length of largest over handle 7 inches Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois $150-250


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A Victorian Silver Three-Light Candelabra Centerpiece

Edward, John & William Barnard, London, 1850 the triangular base cast and chased with strapwork cartouches and foliate scrolls, rising to the conforming central support with openwork shoulders and basket supporting a detachable cut-glass bowl, the removable foliate scroll branches topped by screw-off candle sockets marked on base, basket, sconces and two branches, branches numbered and dot numbered 122 ozt 3 dwt excluding glass Height overall 25 3/4 inches $5,000-7,000 1149*

A Victorian Silver Salver

John Evans II, London, 1840 shaped circular, the bold scroll border with shells flanked by foliage and rocaille at intervals, the surface flat-chased to match and engraved in center with arms and presentation inscription dated February 13, 1840, raised on four openwork bracket supports cast with rocaille marked on surface 99 ozt Diameter 19 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $2,500-4,500 1150

A George IV Silver Coffee Pot

Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid, London 1822 of fluted baluster form on a conforming spreading circular foot, the short spout chased underneath with a floral spray against a partly matted ground and above with acanthus, hinged cover with lobed knop finial, leaf-capped scroll handle one side engraved with two crests marked on body right of handle, cover, finial with lion passant only, finial mount apparently unmarked, handle marked for Charles Thomas Fox, London, circa 1825 25 ozt 10 dwt Height 10 3/8 inches $600-800

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A Victorian Silver Inkstand

Henry Wilkinson & Son, Sheffield, 1841 the rectangular stand raised on four bracket supports and with flowers flanked by foliage at corners, fitted with two pen wells, two detachable glass bottles with silver tops and central candlestick, engraved with script monogram WMSW marked throughout 20 ozt excluding glass Length 9 inches $350-450

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A George III Silver Soup Tureen, Cover and Later Stand

Maker’s Mark I Pellet P in Oval possibly for John Plimmer (See Jackson’s Rev. p. 227), London, 1805 of bombé oval form, with gadrooned rim, raised on four leaf-capped scroll supports headed by acanthus and with leaf-capped bi-furcated reeded scroll handles, engraved with later arms on one side, the stepped domed cover crested on both sides, urn finial centered by radiating acanthus leaves, the oval stand with gadrooned rim and shell handles, raised on four flattened ball feet, engraved with matching arms marked on underside and cover, stand with maker’s mark for Creswick & Co., with Sheffield rose mark and stamped STERLING only 175 ozt 3 dwt Length of stand over handles 20 inches $8,000-12,000 1153

A George III Silver Goblet

Thomas Wallis II, London, 1808 on an octagonal pedestal base decorated with incised bands marked on base rim 5 ozt 12 dwt Height 5 1/8 inches

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A Set of Four George III Silver Wine Coasters

Richard Cooke, London, 1803 circular with gadrooned rims, the centers mounted with matching frame raised on six winged paw supports, engraved with contemporary arms and crest under a drapery mantle, wood bases marked on centers, rims and frames Diameter 6 3/4 inches The arms and crest are those of Manners-Sutton. $6,000-8,000 1155

A George III Silver Meat Platter

Maker’s Mark WS probably for William Stroud, London, 1801 shaped oval with gadrooned rim, the border engraved with a baron’s coronet marked on underside of border 71 ozt 9 dwt Length 21 1/8 inches $1,500-2,500

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A George III Silver Basket

Thomas Heming, London, 1778 the oval basket applied with beaded rim above applied profiles alternating with flowerheads, the sides pierced with bands of flutes and beading, and applied in center with rocaille cartouche enclosing engraved arms between a crest and motto, the swing handle cast and pierced with running bellflowers and engraved at top with crest, all raised on an oval foot pierced to match fully marked on base rim, handle with maker’s mark and lion passant 33 ozt 12 dwt Length 13 1/2 inches $6,000-8,000 1157

Two Similar George III Silver Salts

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Alexander Johnston, London, 1762/Maker’s Mark EE, London, 1798 bombÊ circular raised on three scroll supports headed by shells and terminating in shells marked on undersides 5 ozt 18 dwt Diameter 2 7/8 inches $300-500


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A Pair of George III Silver Sauce Tureens and Covers

Matthew Boulton & John Fothergill, Birmingham, 1780 the design attributed to Robert Adam, oval with Vitruvian scroll borders, the bodies applied with roundels linked by ribbon-tied bellflower swags and with beaded loop handles, raised on oval pedestal bases chased with band of leaf-tips, the stepped domed covers with bud finials centering leaf calyxes; together with one matching stand with applied beaded rims marked on bodies, flanges of covers and stand 48 ozt 12 dwt Length tureens over handles 9 1/4 inches, stand 9 3/4 inches $4,000-6,000 1159

A Set of Four George III Silver Candlesticks

John Winter & Co., Sheffield, 1781/83 on stepped circular bases with beaded borders, the wells chased with sweeping flutes and rising to attenuated fluted stems, conforming vase form sconces, detachable nozzles, bases engraved with wolf and lion crests, bases weighted marked on base rims, one nozzle by Winter, the other three associated Height 11 7/8 inches $1,500-2,500

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A George II Silver Miniature Kettle On Lampstand

A George II Silver Miniature Teapot

Augustine Courtald, London, Circa 1740 of baluster form with detachable stepped domed cover and swing handle with wood rod, the lampstand raised on three scroll supports and with detachable spirit lamp cover underside of kettle with maker’s mark ac and lion passant, flange of cover with lion passant Height 3 1/2 inches Provenance: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, IL $600-800

Edmund Medlycott, London, Circa 1750 the spherical pot with straight spot and capped ebony loop handle, the detachable cover with ebony knop finial marked on underside of pot with maker’s mark only Length 3 1/4 inches Provenance: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, IL $500-700

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A George II Silver Miniature Sauce Pan

A Queen Anne Silver Miniature Two-Handled Caudle Cup

Augustine Courtauld, London, Circa 1740 circular with flaring rim, on reeded foot rim, with knopped ebony handle underside with maker’s mark ac and lion passant Length 3 1/8 inches Provenance: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, IL $400-600

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London, 1706 circular with flaring rim, the lower body chased with sweeping lobes below leaf-tips, s-scroll handles fully marked on base, maker’s mark unclear Length over handles 3 1/4 inches Provenance: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, IL $400-600


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A Pair of Irish Silver Waiters

Matthew Walker, Dublin, 1717 circular with reeded rims, the centers engraved with crest, raised on three scroll supports terminating in shell feet marked on undersides 9 ozt 3 dwt Diameter 5 1/8 inches $800-1,200 1165

A Provincial James I or Charles I Silver-Gilt SealTop Spoon

Early 17th Century with fluted baluster handle and plain circular terminal marked in bowl with a five-petal rose within a ropetwist border 1 ozt 10 dwt Length 6 3/4 inches $600-800

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An Elizabethan Silver Seal-Top Spoon

Maker’s Mark IW Conjoined possibly for John Wyelyf, London, 1573 hexagonal stem below lobed knop, seal with block initials PC bowl with leopard’s head crowned, reverse of handle with date letter, maker’s mark and lion passant 1 ozt 1 dwt Length 6 inches Provenance: Property from the Edward F. Wingler and Peggy F. Wingler Pink Scholarship Fund, Muskegon, Michigan Maurice Asprey Ltd., London, March 1992 $800-1,200

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A Pair of American Silver Two-Light Candelabra

William Seitz, New York, NY, Circa 1970 on domed bases supporting two strap branches topped by tapered cylindrical sconces and fixed nozzles one marked on underside W SEITZ STERLING 21 ozt 8 dwt Height 8 3/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1168

An American Silver Presentation “Revere� Bowl

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1961 of typical form raised on a stepped base, engraved with presentation inscription dated 1922 - 1962 marked on underside and with date symbol for 1961 25 ozt 7 dwt Diameter 9 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $500-700 1169

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Fisher Silversmiths, Newark, NJ, Circa 1960 the shallow bowl of rounded triangular form with upturned sides, raised on an undulating rod foot rim marked on underside 30 ozt Length 11 1/2 inches $800-1,200 1170

An American Silver Salver

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JC Boardman & Co, South Willingford, CT, Circa 1960 shaped circular with reeded rim marked on base 19 ozt 12 dwt Diameter 12 1/2 inches $300-500

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1956 Directional pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and circular tray, of teardrop form, with ebony handles and finials, the circular tray with upturned border and black laminated plastic center marked on bases and with date symbol for 1956, tray marked on base rim 59 ozt 11 dwt gross excluding tray Height of coffee pot 8 3/4 inches Property from the Estate of Jean Friedlander, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000 1172

An American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1950 comprising a coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, and circular tray, in Georgian style, coffee pot with ebonized wood handle and finial, all engraved with monogram CWL marked on bases, coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl numbered 22938, tray 21253 49 ozt 2 dwt gross Height of coffee pot 8 3/4, diameter of tray 11 inches $1,000-1,500

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A Pair of American Silver Compotes

The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Mid 20th Century the bowls shallow shaped circular, raised on dolphin form stems and domed bases chased with acanthus marked on undersides 11 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 5 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1174

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Second Half 20th Century rim applied with a band of berry laden leafy branches, on a stepped circular base marked on underside, numbers rubbed 23 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 9 1/2 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $1,000-2,000

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A Set of Twelve American Silver Goblets

Fisher Silversmiths, Jersey City, NY, Mid 20th Century of inverted bell form on spreading circular base marked on bases 42 ozt Height 6 inches $800-1,200 1176

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Mid 20th Century comprising a teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, oval panelled form with flower and rocaille rims, raised on four scroll feet marked on undersides 48 ozt 6 dwt Height of teapot 8 1/2 inches $800-1,200

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

A Pair of Canadian Silver Compotes

International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century Royal Danish pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, and waste bowl, all of baluster form with reeded base bands and stylized foliate finials, banded scroll handles marked on undersides and numbered C353 76 ozt 16 dwt Height of coffee pot 9 inches $1,000-2,000 1178*

A Pair of Silver Compotes

Probably William De Matteo, Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century spot-hammered, the shallow circular bowls raised on tapered spiralling stems topped by pendant grapes, all on domed bases with beaded rims undersides marked HAND HAMMERED, STERLING 25 ozt 14 dwt Height 6 5/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $650-850

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Carl Poul Petersen, Montreal, Circa 1945 lightly spot-hammered, the dishes of petal form with upswung foliate handles terminating in flower buds, raised on an openwork stems of elongated leaves and buds, all on domed circular bases marked on undersides 36 ozt 6 dwt Height 8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $1,600-2,600 1180*

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Georg Jensen Inc. USA, Mid 20th Century lightly spot-hammered, shaped circular with lobed sides, raised on five lobed spheres and a domed base with scalloped rim marked on underside of base rim 28 ozt Diameter 10 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $700-900


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An American Silver Water Pitcher

A Pair of American Silver Candlesticks

Alphonse LaPaglia for International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1950 of baluster form, the base rim formed of flowers with beaded tendrils spaced by large beads, the scroll handle applied with matching flower and tendril, in fitted presentation box 28 ozt 16 dwt marked on underside and numbered 118 Height 8 1/2 inches $800-1,200 1182

A Set of Eight American Silver Cordials

Alphonse LaPaglia for International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1950 with etched monogram SCJ, bowls with slightly flaring rims, raised on beaded stems above a circular base of openwork flowers, in a fitted Georg Jensen presentation case marked on undersides, retailed by Georg Jensen 11 ozt 6 dwt Height 3 1/8 inches $1,500-2,500

Alphonse LaPaglia for Georg Jensen USA, Circa 1950 on spreading circular bases, the lower stems decorated with spheres spaced by rings marked on bases 14 ozt Height 4 inches $500-700 1184

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Alphonse LaPaglia for Georg Jensen USA, Meriden, CT, Circa 1950 circular with flaring rim, raised on short stem formed of spheres alternating with rings and spreading circular base marked on base 27 ozt Diameter 10 1/8 inches $1,000-2,000

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1954 Hampton Court pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, all of panelled baluster form with shell and scroll rims, and raised on conforming scroll feet marked on undersides and with date symbol for 1954 85 ozt 4 dwt Height of coffee pot 9 1/2 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,600-2,600 1185

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An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

The Steiff Company, Baltimore, MD, 1947 the deep circular bowl with flaring rim, raised on a stepped domed base marked on base and with date symbol for 1947 34 ozt 6 dwt Diameter 11 inches $700-900

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A Set of Ten American Parcel-Gilt Silver Nut Dishes and a Pair of Matching Compotes

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Redlich & Company, New York, NY, Circa 1940 all with shallow circular bowls with gilt interiors, raised on dolphin form stems and stepped circular bases marked on bases 32 ozt 14 dwt Diameter of compote 6 1/8 inches, height of nut dish 2 3/4 inches $600-800 1188

A Set of Six American Silver Bread Plates Watson Company, Attleboro, MA, Circa 1940 plain circular with reeded rims marked on bases 19 ozt Diameter 6 3/8 inches $350-550

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A American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1947 oval form, chased with lobes, sides with scroll cartouches and floral swags marked on bases and with date symbol for 1947 55 ozt Height of coffee pot 10 1/4 inches $1,000-2,000

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An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Mid 20th Century the everted rim engraved with a band of acanthus alternating with shells marked on underside 20 ozt 3 dwt Diameter 12 1/8 inches $400-600 1190

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An American Silver-Gilt Travelling Dressing Set

Black Starr & Frost, New York, NY, Circa 1940 comprising a hand mirror, two hair brushes, clothes brush, two scent flasks, two powder boxes, oval canister, shoe horn, button hook, nail shears, nail file and scraper, all engraved with monogram C.E.M.C.D. in a fitted black leather case by Black, Starr & Frost most marked STERLING Length of case 15 inches, hand mirror 10 inches $400-600

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An American Silver Leaf-Form Dish

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, First Half 20th Century with spot-hammered surface, realistically chased as a leaf marked on underside 14 ozt 10 dwt Length 12 1/2 inches $400-600

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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Tuttle Silversmiths, Boston, MA, 1963-69 Onslow pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 10 butter knives 12 salad forks 12 oyster forks 12 teaspoons 12 dessert spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 serving spoon 1 pierced serving spoon 1 pie server 1 cheese server 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 lemon fork 1 sugar spoon 116 pieces 147 ozt 12 dwt weighable Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,500-3,500

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century Antique pattern, engraved with initial E, comprising: 11 dinner knives 16 dinner forks 11 lunch knives 16 lunch forks 8 fish knives 18 salad forks 10 fruit knives 10 oyster forks 5 butter spreaders 10 ice cream forks, parcel-gilt 7 tablespoons 16 dessert spoons 8 teaspoons 6 citrus spoons 14 soup spoons 10 bouillon spoons 6 iced tea spoons 7 coffee spoons 5 demitasse spoons 2-piece salad serving set 1 cream ladle 197 pieces 203 ozt 2 dwt excluding knives Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $3,500-5,500

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A Group of American Silver Flatware

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1910 Fairfax pattern engraved with monogram MJJ, comprising: 7 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 11 lunch forks 10 pastry forks 10 butter spreaders 6 oyster forks 10 teaspoons 7 dessert spoons 12 bouillon spoons 12 coffee spoons 2 tablespoons 2 iced tea spoons 4-piece carving set 2-piece salad serving set 2 cold meat forks, in sizes 1 tomato server, Reed & Barton 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 jelly spoon 1 pair sugar tongs 1 sugar spoon 115 pieces 112 ozt 12 dwt weighable Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000


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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1910 Hepplewhite Engraved pattern, engraved with initial T, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 fruit knives 12 salad forks 9 butter spreaders 12 oyster forks 12 soup spoons 12 bouillon spoons 11 teaspoons 12 citrus spoons 12 demitasse spoons 12 iced tea spoons 3 tablespoons 1 serving fork 1 sauce ladle 1 pair sugar tongs 146 pieces 137 ozt weighable The engraved initial T is that of Mary Barbara Tschudy (1884-1969) of Kansas City, MO. $2,600-4,600

Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Jefferson pattern, engraved with initial N, comprising: 13 dinner knives 13 dinner forks 11 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 11 oyster forks 6 tablespoons 12 iced tea spoons 12 dessert spoons 33 teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 12 coffee spoons 1 sugar spoon 1 master butter knife 2-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 sauce ladle 1 pair sugar tongs 2 casters 2 salts 158 pieces 145 ozt 15 dwt weighable Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, Early 20th Century Mount Vernon pattern, comprising: 8 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 8 butter spreaders 20 salad forks 5 pastry forks 8 oyster forks 22 teaspoons 10 coffee spoons 12 citrus spoons 8 soup spoons 4 dessert spoons 4 tablespoons 8 iced tea spoons 4-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 cake server 2 sugar tongs 2 lemon forks 1 olive fork 2 tomato servers 1 pastry server 2 jelly servers 1 cream ladle 1 cucumber server 1 serving spoon 144 pieces, in wood box 116 ozt 16 dwt weighable $2,600-4,600

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A Pair of American Silver Meat Platters

Gorham Mfg Co., Providence, RI, 1929 shaped oval with reeded rims, the borders flatchased with flowers and scrolling foliage, centers engraved with script monogram JSMG marked on bases and with date symbol for 1929 72 ozt 11 dwt Length 18 1/8 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,200-1,800 1200

A Pair of American Silver Vegetable Dishes

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1930-31 shaped oval with reeded rims, the borders flatchased with flowers and scrolling foliage, centers engraved with script monogram JSMG marked on bases and with date symbols for 1930, 1931 35 ozt 10 dwt Length 11 1/2 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $700-900 1201

An American Silver Meat Platter

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1930 shaped circular with reeded rim, the border flatchased and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, center engraved with script monogram JSMG marked on base 30 ozt 12 dwt Diameter 14 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $600-800 1202

An American Silver Pitcher

R. Wallace & Sons Mfg Co., Wallingford, CT, Circa 1930 Princess Mary pattern, the body tapered octagonal with angular handle marked on underside 29 ozt 16 dwt Height 11 1/2 inches $600-800

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Silver-Plate Tray

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1925 Etruscan pattern, monogrammed MLM, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and two-handled plate tray, each of vase form raised on a square plinth, with Greek key borders and angular handles, the oval tray with matching rim marked on undersides, tray by Wallingford Co., Wallingford, CT 72 ozt 8 dwt excluding tray Height of teapot 10 inches, length of tray over handles 22 inches Property from the Estate of Mr. Morris Weeden, Lake Forest, Illinois $1,500-2,500

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An American Silver Two-Handled Tray

Durgin Division of Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1930 oval, the upturned border chased with lobes and with cut-out handles, center engraved with monogram APN marked on base and with date symbol for 1930 103 ozt 9 dwt Length 24 1/2 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000

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A Pair of American Silver and Glass Tazze

Quaker Silver Co., North Attleboro, MA, retailed by Black, Starr and Gorham, Circa 1930 the shallow circular bowls engraved with script monograms CEN and raised on ovoid glass stems and stepped circular bases with shell feet marked on undersides 33 ozt 12 dwt gross Diameter 7 1/2 inches Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 1206

Two American Silver Table Articles

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1914/ Circa 1950 comprising an octagonal dish, the panelled sides etched with acanthus cartouches, and a leaf form dish with pierced vine and leaf form handle marked on undersides 14 ozt 9 dwt Diameter of first 7 3/8 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $600-800

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An American Silver Flatware Service Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1935 Hampton Pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 butter knives 12 lunch forks 12 salad forks 12 dessert spoons 15 teaspoons 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 3 serving spoons 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 sugar spoon 1 pair sugar tongs 97 pieces 161 ozt excluding knives $7,500-9,500

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An American Silver Flatware Service

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Mid 20th Century Salem Pattern, comprising: 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 12 dessert spoons 14 teaspoons 74 pieces, in wood box 91 ozt 16 dwt excluding knives $4,000-6,000

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An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1929-30 Francis I pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and two-handled tray, of urn form chased with scroll cartouches flanked by cornucopias of fruit, the oval tray with conforming border decoration marked on bases and with date symbols for 1929-30 347 ozt 2 dwt Height of kettle on lampstand 13 3/4 inches, length of tray over handles 30 1/2 inches $15,000-25,000 1209 detail

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An American Silver Water Pitcher

Two Matching American Silver Dishes

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1952 Francis I pattern, of oval baluster form, the sides chased with scroll cartouches flanked by cornucopias of fruit, one side engraved with initial R, the loop handle capped with leaves and trailing fruit marked on base, numbered 570A and with date symbol for 1952 43 ozt 3 dwt Height 11 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver Bowl

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Two Matching American Silver Candlesticks

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1928, 1935 Francis I pattern, on circular domed bases with scroll borders and chased with sprays of foliage, the baluster sconces with strapwork cartouches flanked by cornucopias of fruit linked ribbons and floral clusters, conforming sconces and detachable nozzles, one engraved with stylized monogram DCE, bases weighted marked on undersides, numbered 570A, and with date symbols for 1928, 1935 Height 10 1/8 inches $1,600-2,200

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Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1935, 1951 Francis I pattern, of fluted shell form, the handle applied with a cluster of fruit and foliage flanked by scrolling foliage, raised on three grape bunch feet, one with engraved initials MD marked on undersides, numbered X571 and 571, and with date symbols for 1935, 1951 42 ozt Length 11 5/8 inches $1,000-1,500

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1942 Francis I pattern, shaped circular with lobed sides chased in high relief with clusters of fruit alternating with foliate sprays, the center with script monogram JHL marked on base, numbered X569 and with date symbol for 1942 19 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 11 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $400-600

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An American Silver Small Bowl

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1946 Francis I pattern, the shaped circular bowl with lobed sides chased in high relief with clusters of fruit spaced by foliage marked on base and with date symbol for 1946 9 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 7 7/8 inches $250-350


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An American Silver Flatware Service

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th Century Francis I pattern, some engraved with initial, comprising: 59 knives 17 dinner forks 48 lunch forks 64 salad forks 12 oyster forks 80 teaspoons 30 dessert spoons 26 soup spoons 16 demitasse spoons, parcel-gilt 5 demitasse spoons 3 butter knives, hollow handles 4 tablespoons 3 ice cream spoons 4 pickle/olive forks 2 cold meat forks 4 large pierced serving forks 3-piece child’s set 1 infant feeding spoon 5 carvers 2 sauce ladles 1 cream 2 pierced tomato servers 2 master butter knives 2 lemon forks 1 nut pick

2 cheese servers 1 angel food cake server 1 cake server 2 sugar tongs 3 jelly servers 2 nut spoons 3 berry spoons, in sizes 1 candle snuffer 411 pieces, in three wood boxes 502 ozt 9 dwt weighable $10,000-20,000

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A Pair of American Silver Toothpick Urns

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1952 Francis I pattern, the everted rim chased with clusters of fruit and floral sprays marked on bases and with date symbol for 1952 5 ozt 5 dwt Height 2 1/2 inches $120-180

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A Group of Nine American Silver Flatware Servers

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th Century Francis I pattern, comprising: 2-piece salad serving set 2 salad serving spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 serving spoon 1 pierced serving spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 jelly server 31 ozt 10 dwt Length of longest 9 3/4 inches $700-900

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An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set with Matching Tray

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, 1920 designed by Albert Kahn, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, small pitcher, creamer, sugar bowl, and waste bowl and two-handled tray, the bodies of tapered cylindrical form with angular handles, the necks with band of running laurel, engraved on one side with monogram DSB, the oval tray engraved with matching monogram marked on bases, teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, waste bowl numbered 18143A-5039, milk jug 18143A5512, creamer 18143A-4164 tray 18902-7673 155 ozt 8 dwt Height of coffee pot 7 inches, Length of tray over handles 23 1/2 inches Known as the “Architect of Detroit”, Albert Kahn (1869-1942) was born in Prussia and immigrated to Detroit, MI at the age of eleven. He won a scholarship to study architecture in Europe and founded his own firm, Albert Kahn Associates, in Detroit in 1895. Kahn developed a innovative form of construction that replaced wood walls with reinforced concrete, which allowed for larger unobstructed interiors and greater fire protection. The Packard Motor Car Company factory, built in 1903, was the first project to incorporate Kahn’s new construction method. In 1917 he designed both the half-mile-long Ford River Rouge Complex in Dearborn and the Detroit News Building. In 1928 he designed the 28-story Fisher Building in Detroit, which was noted as the most beautiful commercial structure of the year by the Architectural League of New York. His residential projects included the Cranbrook House in Bloomfield Hills, the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe as well as a number of homes in Indian Village, Detroit. He is also responsible for a number grand buildings on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, including Hill Auditorium, the Hatcher Graduate Library, the William L. Clements Library and Burton Memorial Tower. During his career, Kahn received more than 1000 commissions from Henry Ford as well as other national automakers. He died in Detroit in 1942. $7,000-9,000

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A Set of Twelve American Silver Bread Plates

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

A Pair of American Silver Three-Light Candelabra and Matching Pitcher

International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1925 Wedgwood pattern, the borders decorated with scrolling foliage spaced by oval reserves enclosing urns, centers engraved with initial B marked on bases 41 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 6 1/8 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $600-800

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1926 Maintenon pattern, circular, the everted border chased and engraved with panels of strapwork cartouches spaced by acanthus leaf-tips and with applied laurel rims, with matching removable silverplate grid marked on underside with date mark for 1926, numbered A10238/1 48 ozt 4 dwt excluding grid Diameter 14 1/4 inches $1,500-2,500 1221

An American Silver Vase

Retailed by Brock & Company, Los Angeles, Circa 1920 tapered cylindrical with scalloped rim, engraved at top with band of oval reserves enclosing flowerheads flanked by foliage, the domed base chased to match, base weighted marked on base Height 15 inches $500-700

Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1920 Virginia Carvel pattern, candelabra with weighted bases marked on bases Weight of pitcher 26 ozt 3 dwt Height of candelabra 9 3/4 inches, pitcher 10 inches $800-1,200 1223

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, Circa 1915 the bowl with undulating rim pierced and chased with baskets of fruit at intervals, engraved with monogram CWS marked on underside, retailed by Spaulding & Co., Chicago, IL 15 ozt 9 dwt Height 7 3/4 inches $300-500

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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th Century Francis I pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 32 dinner forks 12 steak knives 32 salad forks 32 oyster forks 12 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 2 serving spoons 1 cake server 1 pastry server 1 master butter knife 1 sugar spoon 153 pieces 192 ozt 12 dwt weighable $3,500-5,500 1225

A Group of American Silver Flatware Articles

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, First Half 20th Century Francis I pattern, comprising: 12 bouillon spoons 4 dinner knives and 1 lunch knife 17 pieces 11 ozt excluding knives Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $380-480

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Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1935 King Richard pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 8 fish knives 8 fish forks 12 butter knives 16 salad forks 12 oyster forks 17 teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 4 tablespoons 5 demitasse spoons 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 tomato server 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 cake server 1 angel food cake server 1 bon bon server 1 cheese knife 1 master butter 1 lemon fork 2 olive forks 1 pair sugar tongs 1 sugar spoon together with 1 silver-mounted plastic bowl, Towle Silversmiths 1 childs fork and 1 child’s spoon, Gorham Mfg. Co. 1 child’s cup, International Silver Co. 1 olive spoon, Towle Silversmiths 1 napkin ring, Webster Company 134 pieces, excluding additionals 139 ozt weighable $2,500-3,500

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1930 Princess Patricia pattern, comprising: 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 21 teaspoons 1 cheese server 1 nut scoop 71 pieces 60 ozt 2 dwt excluding knives $1,400-1,800 1228

A Group of American Silver Flatware

Westmorland Sterling Co., Wallingford, CT, Circa 1940 Lady Hilton pattern, engraved with initial L, comprising: 9 lunch knives 7 lunch forks 10 butter spreaders 8 salad forks 11 teaspoons 11 soup spoons 3 tablespoons 1 cold meat fork 2 berry spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 sugar spoon 64 pieces 65 ozt 4 dwt excluding knives Length of longest 8 3/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,000-2,000


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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1950 Melrose pattern, comprising: 16 dinner knives 1 dinner fork 15 lunch forks 16 salad forks 13 butter spreaders 12 oyster forks 16 bouillon spoons 28 teaspoons 1 tablespoon 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 tomato server 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 cheese server 1 master butter knife 1 lemon fork 1 sugar spoon 128 pieces 158 ozt 15 dwt weighable in wood box Property from the Collection of Myn Rootberg, Chicago, Illinois $2,800-3,800

Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, Late 19th Century Louis XV pattern, engraved with monogram REA, comprising: 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 8 salad forks 15 teaspoons 8 bouillon spoons 4 soup spoons 3 dessert spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 master butter knife 1 jam spoon 65 pieces, in wood box 50 ozt 10 dwt excluding knives $1,400-2,400

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Late 20th Century King William-Antique pattern, comprising: 13 dinner knives 13 dinner forks 13 salad forks 13 dessert spoons 13 teaspoons 2 tablespoons 1 serving fork 1 serving spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 pie server 3 master butter knives 74 pieces; together with 1 silver-plate teaspoon 118 ozt 14 dwt weighable $3,600-5,600

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

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Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA., Early 20th Century comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, and waste bowl, each of lobed ovoid form, chased with shells alternating with floral pendants marked on bases 103 ozt Height of coffee pot 11 inches Property from the Collection of John Roehl, Estes Park, Colorado $2,500-3,500 1233

An American Silver Vegetable Dish and Cover

Gorham, Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century oval boat form, chased with scrolls and flowerheads marked on underside and with code KCG 27 ozt 12 dwt Length over handles 11 1/2 inches $700-900 1234

An American Silver Cake Basket

Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Early 20th Century of shallow shaped circular form with pierced border, the center flat-chased with rocaille panels, swing handle with conforming etched decoration marked on underside 18 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 10 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $300-500

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A Pair of American Silver Tazze

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1905 the shallow circular bowls and spreading bases applied with clusters of blackberries and scrolling vines marked on undersides and numbered 13964-1937 25 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 8 inches $800-1,200 1236

A Set of Eleven American Silver Bread Plates

Meriden Brittania Co., Meriden, CT, Late 19th Century of plain circular form marked on undersides 23 ozt Diameter 5 5/8 inches $400-600

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An American Silver Three-Piece Demitasse Set

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1910 comprising a demitasse pot, creamer and twohandled covered sugar bowl, each etched at rim with a band of entwined laurel enclosing flowerheads, the lower body with elongated leaf-tips, engraved on one side with monogram HWE marked on undersides, demitasse pot numbered 17085H-3318, creamer 17085H-3320, sugar bowl 17085H-3319 29 ozt gross Height of demitasse pot 9 3/8 inches $1,000-2,000

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An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, 1910 circular, with turned-over border pierced and engraved with scrolling strapwork and stylized foliage, the scalloped rim with shells at intervals, with removable silver-plate flower grid engraved to match marked on base and numbered 17684-3542 73 ozt 11 dwt weighable Diameter 16 inches $3,000-5,000 1239

An American Silver Large Two-Handled Tray

Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, Early 20th Century oval, the border flat-chased with scrolling foliage and applied with garlands spaced by flowering urns and floral pendants, the center engraved with foliate script monogram AJF within a flat-chased cartouche of strapwork and berried foliage marked on underside, numbered 1556/116X51 and engraved HAND CHASED 147 ozt Length 28 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $3,000-5,000

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An American Silver Bread Basket

Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1915 shaped oval with reeded rim, the everted border with cut-out handles, well with lobed sides, center engraved with script initials JB marked on underside and numbered 18903D-9337 18 ozt 5 dwt Length over handles 12 3/4 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $400-600

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An American Silver Pitcher

An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

An American Silver Pitcher

Black, Starr & Frost, Late 19th Century of inverted pear form, embossed and chased with leaves and scrolling vines, the capped-scroll handle flat-chased to match, one side engraved with script monogram SMG marked in underside 34 ozt 9 dwt Height 11 inches $1,500-2,500

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An American Silver Dressing Table Mirror

Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, Early 20th Century the frame of cartouche form with heart-shaped mirror, pierced and chased with birds, scrolling foliage, flowers and lattice enclosed by scrolls, the top with a vacant cartouche, mounted on a velvet covered wood back with easel support marked near bottom edge Height 11 1/4 inches $300-500

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Watson Company, Attleboro, MA, Circa 1910 flattened oval form raised on a rectangular foot, engraved monogram LLS marked on undersides 58 ozt 18 dwt Height of coffee pot 9 inches $2,000-4,000

An American Silver Bride’s Basket

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1903 the rounded rectangular body applied with roses and running leaves, the upper flaring body pierced with foliate scrolls and applied with swags of flowers, the conforming swing handle springing from vacant scrollwork cartouches, all raised on four shell feet flanked by leaves marked on base and with date symbol for 1903 57 ozt 4 dwt Height 14 inches $1,500-2,500

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1905 spot-hammered with vine form handle chased with grape clusters, front engraved with initial K marked on underside 40 ozt 12 dwt Height 9 1/4 inches $900-1,200


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A Pair of American Silver Compotes, Martelé

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1907 spot-hammered, the shaped circular bowls with undulating rims chased with flowers and foliage extending from wispy branches, raised on baluster stems and lobed square domed bases chased to match marked on undersides and coded MOF 30 ozt Diameter 7 1/2 inches According to Gorham’s Martelé archives, as reproduced by Larry Pristo in Martelé 950-1000 Fine Gorham›s Art Nouveau Silver, 2002, p. 389, four compotes of this model were completed on October 24, 1907. Each was raised by Henry H. Baker and then chased by George W. Sautof and were “made to Mr. Codman’s instructions.” The net factory price was $80 each. $8,000-12,000

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An American Silver Entree Dish, Martelé

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1908 shaped circular, undulating border chased with gourds and flowers, the base with script monogram CLB marked on base and with code R/LC 40 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 14 3/8 inches Gorham’s Martelé archives, as reproduced by Larry Pristo in Martelé 950-1000 Fine Gorham›s Art Nouveau Silver, 2002, p. 420, indicate that Entree Dish R/LC was completed on 10 November 1908 and cost $135. It was raised in eighteen hours by Alexander MacBeth and chased for an additional sixty-nine hours by Karl Wendt. $4,000-6,000

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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century Richelieu pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch forks 4 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 10 oyster forks 24 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 4 soup spoons 4 tablespoons 1 cold meat fork 1 pie server 1 sauce ladle 1 small sauce ladle 1 nut spoon 1 lemon fork 1 olive fork 1 master butter knife 1 sugar spoon 115 pieces, in wood box 154 ozt 8 dwt weighable $2,800-4,800

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Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Versailles pattern, comprising: 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 24 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 3 tablespoons 87 pieces, in wood box 94 ozt 16 dwt weighable Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000 1250

An American Silver Flatware Service

Heirloom, Sherrill, NY, Mid 20th Century Stanton Hall pattern, comprising: 8 dinner knives 6 dinner forks 8 butter spreaders 6 lunch forks 8 salad forks 8 oyster forks 8 dessert spoons 11 teaspoons 8 soup spoons 8 iced tea spoons 4 tablespoons 8 demitasse spoons 4 cold meat forks 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server

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1 sugar spoon 1 lemon fork 1 pair sugar tongs 100 pieces 116 ozt 9 dwt weighable Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,500-2,500 1250A

An American Parcel-Gilt Silver Flatware Service Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, CT, Circa 1970 Aegean Weave pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 salad forks 12 teaspoons 1 cold meat fork 2 serving spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 master butter knife 1 sugar spoon 54 pieces, in wood box 62 ozt 16 dwt weighable $1,400-2,400


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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, CT, Circa 1940 Stradivari pattern, engraved with initial C, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 11 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 10 oyster forks 12 dessert spoons 13 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 12 citrus spoons 11 iced tea spoons 8 demitasse spoons 1 tomato server 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 pate server 1 master butter knife 1 lemon fork 1 sugar spoon 156 pieces 136 ozt 4 dwt weighable $2,000-4,000

Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, CT, Circa 1940 Stradivari pattern, comprising: 9 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 7 butter spreaders 8 salad forks 14 teaspoons 4 soup spoons 1 cake server 1 olive fork 1 cheese server 1 master butter knives 54 pieces, in wood box 43 ozt 16 dwt weighable $900-1,200 1253

An American Silver Flatware Service

Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, Circa 1970 Rapallo pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 butter knives 12 salad forks 12 teaspoons 2 tablespoons 3-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 serving fork 1 sauce ladle 2 master butter knives 1 jelly spoon 1 pie server 1 lemon fork 1 pickle fork 1 sugar spoon 75 pieces, in wood case 61 ozt weighable $1,200-1,800

Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Mid 20th Century Rambler Rose pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 butter spreaders 12 lunch forks 25 teaspoons 12 oyster forks 12 soup spoons 12 iced tea spoons 4 tablespoons 1 sauce ladle 1 sugar spoon 1 cold meat fork 1 lemon fork 1 master butter knife 118 pieces, in wood box 112 ozt excluding knives $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century Buttercup pattern, comprising: 23 dinner knives 23 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 21 lunch forks 20 butter spreaders 21 pastry forks 11 salad forks 19 oyster forks 4 ice cream forks 40 teaspoons 8 soup spoons 12 bouillon spoons 2 ice cream spoons 5 tablespoons 2 sauce ladles 1 cake server 1 ice cream server 1 master butter knife 226 pieces, in wood box 227 ozt 6 dwt weighable $5,500-7,500

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Whiting Mfg., New York, NY, Early 20th Century Lily pattern, some engraved with initial M, comprising: 12 lunch knives 13 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 24 salad forks 22 teaspoons 13 smaller teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 12 citrus spoons 3 tablespoons 6 dessert spoons, Orange Blossom pattern, Alvin Mfg. Co. 1 cold meat fork 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 nut scoop 133 pieces 139 ozt 14 dwt excluding knives Property from the Collection of Mrs. James Vail, Lake Forest, Illinois $2,000-4,000

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Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, CT, Mid 20th Century Grand Baroque pattern, comprising: 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 13 oyster forks 18 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 2-piece carving set 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 sauce ladle 1 cake knife together with: 2-piece Mexican salad serving set with blossom handles 100 pieces 102 ozt 16 dwt $2,000-4,000


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An American Silver Part-Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service

Wallace Silversmiths Inc. Wallingford, CT, Mid 20th Century Grand Baroque pattern, comprising: 8 dinner knives 1 dinner fork 6 butter spreaders 8 lunch forks 6 salad forks 6 oyster forks 6 iced tea spoons 8 teaspoons 8 soup spoons 1 demitasse spoon 1 sugar spoon 2 hors d’oeuvre servers 1 cold meat fork 2 tablespoons 1 pair sugar tongs 65 pieces, in wood box 88 ozt excluding knives $1,500-2,500 1259

An American Silver Flatware Service

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Mid 20th Century Georgian Rose pattern, comprising: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 24 salad forks 12 butter spreaders 24 teaspoons 1 dessert spoon 6 soup spoons 6 iced tea spoons 6 demitasse spoons 2-piece carving set, another pattern 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 jam spoon 1 cheese server 1 pickle fork 1 sugar shovel 111 pieces, in wood box 93 ozt 4 dwt weighable $2,200-4,200

Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Mid 20th Century Burgundy pattern, comprising: 18 dinner knives 18 dinner forks 18 fish forks 35 teaspoons 11 butter spreaders 2 coffee spoons 1 sugar spoon 103 pieces, in wood box 113 ozt 4 dwt excluding knives $2,500-4,500 1261

An American Silver Flatware Service

Manchester Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century Southern Rose pattern, comprising: 6 lunch knives 6 lunch forks 6 butter spreaders 6 salad forks 6 oyster forks 6 soup spoons 11 teaspoons 3 serving spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 sugar spoon 1 master butter knife 53 pieces, in wood box 48 ozt 2 dwt excluding knives $1,000-2,000

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century Etruscan pattern, comprising: 8 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 7 butter spreaders 11 salad forks 16 teaspoons 1 dessert spoon 2 soup spoons 6 bouillon spoons 3-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 3 serving spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 jelly spoon 1 cheese server 1 nut spoon 1 master butter knife 1 olive fork 1 olive spoon 1 sugar spoon 1 child’s spoon 76 pieces, in wood box 66 ozt 12 dwt weighable $1,400-1,800 1263

An American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set

Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, Circa 1900 comprising a coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, all of panelled ovoid form, flat-chased with scrolling acanthus and flowerheads, the shoulders and openwork bases cast with vases of flowers and floral swags, leaf-capped upswung loop handles, engraved on one side with monogram AIF marked on bases 74 ozt 18 dwt Height of coffee pot 10 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,500-2,500 231


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An American Silver Two-Handled Tray

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1898 rectangular, the openwork border cast with flowers and scrolls, center engraved with script initials EC marked on underside, numbered A809 and with date symbol for 1898, retailed by Spaulding, Chicago, IL 94 ozt 18 dwt Length over handles 23 3/4 inches Property from a Private Collection, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,800-2,800

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An American Silver Three-Piece Demitasse Set

Lebkuecher & Co., Newark, NJ, Circa 1900 comprising a teapot, creamer and sugar bowl, all of vase form with gadrooned lower bodies, the upper bodies chased with floral swags marked on undersides and with retailer’s mark 19 ozt 18 dwt Height of teapot 8 3/4 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $800-1,200

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An American Silver Three Piece Coffee Set and Tray

S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, Late 19th Century comprising a coffee pot, creamer and two-handled sugar bowl, the lower bodies embossed and chased with dense flowers and foliage against a matted ground, the circular tray with matching border marked on undersides 42 ozt 18 dwt Diameter of tray 12 1/4 inches, height of coffee pot 8 inches $1,300-2,300

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An American Silver Dinner Service

Schofield Silver Co., Baltimore, MD, Early 20th Century chased with dense flowers and foliage against a matted ground, comprising: 12 dinner plates 12 bread plates 12 goblets 10 cordials 46 pieces 384 ozt 10 dwt Diameter of dinner plate 10 1/2 inches, height of goblet 6 3/4 inches $10,000-20,000 1268

An American Silver Pitcher

S. Kirk & Son Inc., Baltimore, MD, Circa 1925 the ovoid body embossed and chased overall with clusters of flowers and foliage against a matted ground, the upswung loop handle chased to match and with feathered edges marked on base 25 ozt 2 dwt Height 10 inches $1,500-2,500

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A Set of Eighteen American Silver-Gilt Dinner Plates

Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., Wallingford, CT, Late 19th Century circular with applied reeded rims, the borders chased with sprays of flowers and scrolling foliage linked by strapwork, the centers engraved with monogram CED marked on bases 163 ozt 14 dwt Diameter 10 1/8 inches Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, 20 January 2012, Lot 66 $5,000-7,000 1270

An American Silver Vase

William B. Durgin Co., Concord, NH, Circa 1900 of lobed tapered cylindrical form with flaring rim, the shoulders flat-chased with panels of lattice, shells, strapwork and floral swags, the domed foot chased to match marked on underside 24 ozt 8 dwt Height 14 1/4 inches $700-900 1271

An American Silver Chatelaine

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Late 19th/Early 20th Century the central clip cast with acanthus and rocaille and from which a matching whistle, match book safe, pencil holder, scent flask and small mesh purse are suspended by chains clip marked STERLING Length 10 inches $350-550


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An American Silver Water Pitcher

Edward C. Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1870 of vase form, the lower body finely engraved with Triton flanked by rearing horses, and with mermaids and mermen riding dolphins and merhorses, the shoulders with linked palmettes, neck with bellflower pendants and handle with panels of lattice, also engraved in front with initial L marked on base and numbered 831-4993 25 ozt 14 dwt Height 9 1/4 inches $3,000-5,000

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An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set

George W. Schiebler & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1900 comprising a teapot, covered sugar bowl, and creamer, each of bulbous form, chased overall with dense flowers and foliage marked on undersides, creamer marked only Sterling, retailed by W.H. Saxton, Baltimore, MD 46 ozt 16 dwt Height of teapot 8 1/2 inches Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $1,500-2,500

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An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set

Edward C. Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1870 Ivy pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, two-handled covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, the bulbous bodies engraved with panels of ivy and with ivy-capped spouts and handles, the finials cast as kneeling putto holding fruit, kettle handle applied with female masks and fans, stand pieced and applied with ivy apron, spirit lamp associated and silver-plate, all engraved with monogram MSB marked on undersides and numbered 1375-4905, kettle 1559-4905 191 ozt 18 dwt weighable Height of kettle on lampstand 14 3/4 inches $6,000-8,000 1275

An Electroplate Charger

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Retailed by Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1895 of shallow circular form with raised silver eagle on a pine branch against a copper ground, the wood frame mounted with copper drapery swag engraved “AMERICAN EAGLE� reverse of border marked TIFFANY & CO. five times and with initial T Diameter of plaque 22 inches $3,000-5,000


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An American Silver Tea Urn

Ball, Tompkins & Black, New York, NY, Circa 1850 of baluster form with capped-scroll handles and rope-twist borders, with leaf-capped spout and scroll and shell spigot, the domed cover with acorn finial, all raised on a screw-off pedestal base and four bracket supports, base fitted with spirit lamp marked on underside of pot and stand 95 ozt 4 dwt Height 17 1/4 inches $2,500-4,500

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An American Silver Cake Basket

Ball, Thompkins & Black, New York, NY, Circa 1850 oval, the flared sides pierced with quatrefoils, the rim applied with running wheat, conforming swing handle engraved with foliate script monogram JDAEM, underside later engraved “S.F. B. to J.E.M. 1855 F.D.B. 1889,� raised on four openwork brack supports cast with scrolls marked on underside 40 ozt 10 dwt Length 12 3/4 inches $1,500-2,500

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An American Silver Vase

An American Silver Bowl

Clemens Friedell, Pasadena, CA, Circa 1925 with spot-hammered surface, the tapering cylindrical body with flared undulating rim, chased on one side with monogram CWW, raised on a baluster stem and spreading domed base, stem weighted marked on underside Height 14 1/8 inches $1,000-2,000

Mesick & Co., Los Angeles, CA, Circa 1930 circular, the everted rim chased at intervals with scroll arabesques enclosing clusters of blackberries against a tooled ground marked on base 11 ozt 9 dwt Diameter 10 1/4 inches $250-350

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An American Silver Belt Buckle

An American Silver Pitcher

Clemens Friedell, Pasadena, CA, Circa 1930 rectangular, cast with a cowboy riding a horse with mountains and setting sun in the background marked on reverse 2 ozt 9 dwt Length 3 1/8 inches. $400-600

Sedlacek & Co., Los Angeles, CA, Circa 1945 of baluster form with pointed loop handle, the spot-hammered surface engraved on one side “MIDWINTER TOURNAMENT 1953 ANGEL FLIGHT RUNNER-UP” and applied with a silver and enamel shield, foot weighted marked on base Height 9 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800

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An American Silver Small Bowl

Porter Blanchard, Burbank, CA, Circa 1940 spot-hammered, circular with scalloped flaring rim, raised on a short stepped circular base marked on underside 8 ozt 12 dwt Diameter 5 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400 1283*

Two American Silver Small “Revere” Bowls

Porter Blanchard, Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century circular with flaring rims, raised on short spreading bases, the smaller faintly spot-hammered marked on undersides 14 ozt 14 dwt Diameters 6 1/8 inches, 5 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600

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An American Silver Bowl

An American Silver Platter

A Pair of American Silver Vegetable Dishes

Porter Blanchard, Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century shallow circular on stepped circular base, engraved with script initials MB marked on underside 7 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 7 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400 1285

Peter Traphagen, Pasadena, CA, Circa 1935 shaped circular, the rim embossed with shells at angles, center with embossed monogram KDP marked on base, also engraved “Evelyn &” left of maker’s mark 15 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 11 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

An American Silver Sauce Boat and Stand

Shreve & Co., San Francisco, CA, Circa 1910 spot-hammered, oval with flat borders applied with initial G marked on bases 25 ozt 8 dwt Length 11 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800 1288*

An American Silver Tray

Allan Adler, Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century with faintly spot-hammered surface, the sauce boat with up-swung scroll handle and raised on an undulating wirework base, the conforming stand of oval form marked on undersides 15 ozt 14 dwt Length of stand 7 1/4 inches $500-700

Mulholland Brothers, Evanston, IL, Circa 1915 shaped circular with lobed up-turned border applied with monogram VTN marked on base 13 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 9 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500

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A Pair of American Silver Sauce Boats

Mulholland Brothers, Evanston, IL, Circa 1915 lightly spot-hammered, oval raised on spreading oval bases and with loop strap handles marked on bases 17 ozt 12 dwt Length over handles 10 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1290

An American Silver Vase

Mulholland Bros., Evanston, IL, Circa 1919 with spot-hammered surface, the baluster form body with flared slightly undulating rim, raised on a domed base pierced with brackets, engraved on one side “Texas Gold Association Thirteenth Annual Tournament San Antonio- 1919 Texas Cup Won By” marked on underside and numbered 666 22 ozt 7 dwt Height 11 7/8 inches $700-900 1291*

An American Silver Porringer

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Edward Breese, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 spot-hammered with deep bowl, the flat handle pierced with geometric ornament, engraved in front “BURROWS BARSTOW JR.” marked on base 4 ozt 18 dwt Length over handle 6 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $150-250 1292*

A Set of Three American Silver Vegetable Dishes and Matching Tray Cellini Craft, Ltd, Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 faintly spot-hammered, all rectangular with canted corners, the flat handles applied with scrolls and beads marked on bases 56 ozt 4 dwt Lengths over handles 8 5/8 inches 13 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $1,400-2,400 1293*

An American Silver Bowl

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Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1930 lightly spot-hammered, shaped circular with lobed sides marked on base 17 ozt Diameter 8 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600


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1296*

A Pair of American Silver Bowls

Two Similar American Silver Trays

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 shaped circular with lobed sides and lightly spothammered surface, one engraved in center with monogram VLH marked on bases 41 ozt 12 dwt Diameter 10 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $1,000-2,000

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 both shaped circular, one larger with leaves and berries at intervals and engraved with script monogram BPD, the smaller with buds at intervals marked on undersides 29 ozt Diameters 10 1/2 inches, 9 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $700-900

1295*

1297*

A Pair of American Silver Compotes

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 the bowls of oval boat form, raised on openwork leaf stems topped by beaded pendants, all on domed oval bases with scalloped borders marked on undersides 25 ozt 15 dwt Height 6 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800

1296

An American Silver Bowl

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 of elongated quatrefoil form with deep lobed sides and spot-hammered surface marked on base 19 ozt 8 dwt Length 11 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700

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A Pair of American Silver Bowls

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 comprising one larger and one smaller example, both of fluted shell form with openwork leaf spray handles, the smaller engraved “HBP-JCP 1918-1943� marked on undersides of handles 23 ozt 16 dwt Length of longer 10 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800

1298

1299*

A Pair of American Silver Small Bowls

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 shaped oval, supported on leafy sprays and stepped shaped oval base rims marked on undersides 13 ozt 14 dwt Length 5 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

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A Pair of American Silver Small Dishes

Cellini Craft, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Circa 1940 shaped oval, the ends with buds and berries flanked by leaves; together with smaller shaped rectangular dish marked on bases 20 ozt 14 dwt Length of largest 7 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1301

An American Silver Pitcher

The Kalo Shop, Park Ridge, IL, Circa 1914 of helmet form, with spot-hammered surface and loop handle, raised on a spreading circular foot, one side engraved “Onwentsia Club July 1914 Won by Mayne Chatfield Taylor,” the underside engraved “Presented by W.A. Alexander and Thomas Taylor Jr.” marked on underside and numbered 9283 17 ozt 6 dwt Height 8 inches $800-1,200 1301

1302

An American Silver Small Bowl

The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL and New York, NY, 1912-16 spot-hammered, the deep circular bowl with attenuated upper body with notched rim marked on base and numbered 540G 6 ozt 13 dwt Height 3 3/8 inches $200-400

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1303

An American Silver Tray

The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930 of shaped oval form with up-turned rim and lightly spot-hammered surface marked on base 18 ozt 4 dwt Length 15 7/8 inches $400-600 1304*

Two American Silver Stirring Spoons

The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 spot-hammered, with spade shape bowls and rounded handle terminals, one applied with initial W marked on reverse of handles 6 ozt 10 dwt Length Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $150-250

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1306*

A Set of Four American Silver Casters and Two Matching Salts

An American Silver Compote

The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1915 spot-hammered, the lobed circular bodies applied with beads, raised on spreading circular bases, with two salt spoons marked on undersides 13 ozt 6 dwt Height of casters 3 5/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500

The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 spot-hammered, the shallow shaped circular dish chased with lobes and engraved in center with initial B, raised on a conforming pedestal base marked on underside 19 ozt Diameter 10 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1307

An American Silver Sauce Boat

Falick Novick, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920 of fluted oval boat form and raised on a spreading oval foot, the spot-hammered surface applied on one side with cut-card monogram ESK marked on underside 10 ozt 4 dwt Length 8 1/4 inches $300-500

1308*

An American Silver Bowl

J.P. Peterson, Chicago, Circa 1920 spot-hammered, of shaped circular five-lobe form, underside engraved with initial T marked on underside 12 ozt 10 dwt Diameter 9 1/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1309*

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl

Barbour Silver Co., Hartford, CT, Circa 1920 of shallow shaped circular form, the lobed sides chased at rim with clusters of cherries, lightly spothammered marked on base 19 ozt 10 dwt Diameter 11 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600

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An American Silver Bowl

Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1917 octagonal with tapered sides and spot-hammered surface marked on base and with date symbol for 1917 15 ozt 8 dwt Length 8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600 1311*

An American Silver Creamer

Louis F. Glasier, New York, NY, Circa 1940 of tall baluster form on a spreading foot and loop handle, the short spout with drop below marked on base 11 ozt 7 dwt Height 6 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500

1311

1310

1312*

An American Silver Humidor

Black, Starr & Frost, New York, NY, Circa 1915 rectangular with spot-hammered surface, the hinged slightly domed cover flat-chased with scroll cartouche enclosing engraved monogram FHH, wood lined interior marked on base rim Length 8 1/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1313*

An American Silver Dish

Whiting Mfg Co., New York, NY, 1917 of shallow circular form raised on a short circular base, the spot-hammered surface chased and engraved with running roses and vines and engraved in center with foliate script monogram FMS, underside with inscription dated 1919 marked on underside and with date symbol for 1917 13 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 10 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

1312

1314*

An American Silver Porringer

William B. Durgin Co., Concord, NH, Early 20th Century spot-hammered, with deep bowl and angular loop handle, engraved in front “EDWIN ALLEN WALTEN JR.� marked on base, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co. 5 ozt 10 dwt Length over handle 6 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $150-250

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An American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set

Whiting Mfg Co., New York, NY, 1915, 1917 spot-hammered, of elongated lobed form and raised on three ball feet, all etched with monogram KD, the coffee pot with spout at right angle to wood handle marked on bases and with date symbols for 1915, 1917 22 ozt 4 dwt gross Height of coffee pot 8 1/8 inches $1,200-1,800 1316*

An American Silver Bowl

1315

Franklin Porter, Danvers, MA, Circa 1925 spot-hammered shaped circular with stepped-lobed sides marked on underside 16 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 8 3/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600 1317*

An American Silver “Revere� Bowl

Erickson Silver Shop, Gardner, MA, Circa 1940 faintly spot-hammered, of typical form with flared rim and raised on stepped circular base marked on underside 26 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 9 5/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $700-900 1318*

An American Silver Bowl and Small Plate

1316

Old Newbury Crafters, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1930 the tapered cylindrical bowl with lobed sides and flaring rim, raised on a conforming spreading foot, the plate circular with spot-hammered surface marked on undersides 11 ozt 4 dwt Diameter of bowl 6 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $250-350 1319*

An American Silver Flatware Service

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George Gebelein, Boston, MA, Circa 1940 the bulbous terminals engraved with initial G, comprising: 8 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 8 lunch knives 8 lunch forks 4 dessert knives 8 salad forks 8 butter spreaders 8 oyster forks 12 teaspoons 7 dessert spoons 8 bouillon spoons 2 cold meat forks 2 serving spoons 91 pieces 113 ozt 6 dwt excluding knives Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $5,000-7,000


1319

1320*

1321*

A Pair of American Silver Vegetable Dishes

Two Similar American Silver Two-Handled Porringers

George Gebelein, Boston, MA, Circa 1930 shaped oval with lobed sides marked on bases 17 ozt 8 dwt Length 9 1/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600

George Gebelein, Boston, MA, Circa 1940 both with flat keyhole handles marked on undersides 14 ozt 8 dwt Length over handles 11 inches, 5 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

1322*

An American Silver Small Two-Handled Bowl

James T. Wooley, Boston, MA, Early 20th Century lightly spot-hammered, circular, the rim crimped at intervals and applied with pierced flat handles, on short foot rim marked on underside 7 ozt 18 dwt Length over handles 8 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400

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1325*

An American Silver “Revere� Bowl

An American Silver Small Dish

Arthur Stone, Gardner, MA, Circa 1920 circular with slightly flaring rim, raised on short stepped foot marked on underside and stamped T for silversmith Herbert A Taylor 16 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600 1324*

An American Silver Dish

Arthur Stone Associates, Gardner, MA, Circa 1950 shallow rounded square form with flat border, engraved in center with monogram VGK marked on underside 14 ozt 11 dwt Length 8 3/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

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Karl F. Leinonen, Boston, MA, Circa 1930 of shallow circular form on short foot rim, the handles formed as flower blossoms flanked by leaves marked on underside 9 ozt 14 dwt Length over handles 9 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $250-350 1326*

An American Silver Bowl

Frederick Gyllenberg, Boston, MA, Circa 1920 lightly spot-hammered, circular with applied reeded rim, raised on a stepped circular base marked on underside 24 ozt 6 dwt Diameter 8 3/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800


1327*

An American Silver “Revere” Bowl

Frederick Gyllenberg, Boston, MA, Circa 1920 circular with slightly flaring rim, raised on short stepped foot marked on underside 24 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 9 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $600-800 1328*

An American Silver Bowl

Frederick Gyllenberg, Boston, MA, Circa 1930 of shallow lobed shaped circular from, center engraved with initial B in a circle marked on base 16 ozt Diameter 9 1/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $400-600

1329

1329*

An American Silver Bowl

Frederick Gyllenberg, Boston, MA, Circa 1910 spot-hammered, bulbous with incurved rim and raised on a short spreading foot marked on underside 19 ozt Diameter 7 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $500-700 1330*

1330

An American Silver Small Bowl

Frederick J. R. Gyllenberg & Alfred H. Swanson, Boston, MA, 1926-32 of shallow shaped circular seven-lobe form marked on base 11 ozt 14 dwt Diameter 7 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $300-500 1331*

An American Silver Two-Handled Bowl

Maker’s Mark OG Conjoined in a Rectangle, Circa 1935 spot-hammered, the shallow circular bowl with flying scroll handles terminating in stylized leaves, side engraved with initial V, underside with date 1939 marked right of handle with maker’s mark and STERLNG 10 ozt 16 dwt Length over handles 10 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $250-350

1331

1332*

An American Silver “Revere” Bowl

Markham J. Frankel, Williamsburg, VA, Fourth Quarter 20th Century with spot-hammered surface, circular with slightly flaring rim, engraved with a depiction of Colonial Williamsburg in a running foliate reserve above inscription “THAT THE FUTURE MAY LEARN FROM THE PAST,” raised on short stepped foot marked on underside 34 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 10 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $900-1,200 1332 251


1333*

An American Silver Small Bowl and Similar Tray

Joel F. Hewes, Titusville, PA, Circa 1925 deep circular chased with lobes, raised on a short stem and disc form base, engraved with initial C, the tray shaped circular on short foot rim marked on undersides 18 ozt 12 dwt Diameter of tray 7 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $450-650

1333

1334*

An American Silver Bowl

Joel H. Hewes, Titusville, PA, Circa 1920 spot-hammered, circular, the rim partly lobed, raised on four ball feet, engraved with monogram W/S*L marked on underside 14 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 6 7/8 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550

1334

1335*

An American Silver Bowl

Jonathan Lloyd Locke, Titusville, PA, Circa 1950 spot-hammered, the circular bowl with seven-lobe border marked on underside 14 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 8 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $350-550 1335

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1336*

A Group of Thirty-Six Auction Catalogues Pertaining to Silver

comprising 26 Christie’s catalogues, 2 Leslie Hindman Auctioneers catalogues and 8 Sotheby’s catalogues please see online catalogue for complete list of catalogues Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $180-280 1337*

A Group of Reference Books Pertaining to American and Mexican Silver

comprising: Cederwall, Sandraline and Riney, Hal, Spratling Silver, 2000. Morrill, Penny and Berk, Carol, Mexican Silver, 1994. Morrill, Penny, Silver Masters of Mexico, 1996. Morse, Edgar W., Silver in the Golden State Images and Essays Celebrating the History and Art of Silver in California, 1986. Chickering, Elenita C., Arthur J. Stone 1847-1938 Designer and Silversmith, 1994. Venable, Charles, Silver in America 1840-1940 A Century of Splendor,1994. Hood, Graham, American Silver A History of Style, 1650-1900, 1989. Becker, Vivienne, Antique and 20th Century Jewellery, 1982. Ball, Joanne, Costume Jewelers The Golden Age of Design, 1990. Schiffer, Nancy, Silver Jewelry Designs Evaluating Quality Good Better Best, 1996. 4 brochures from Petterson Studios, Chicago, and Karl Kipp, East Aurora, NY. Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400

1337

1338*

A Group of Reference Books Pertaining to Continental Silver

comprising: Tardy, International Hallmarks on Silver Collected by Tardy, 2000, English edition. Gilodo, Andrei, Russian Silver Mid 19th CenturyBeginning of the 20th Century, 1994. Hungarian National Museum, From the Heart of Europe Art Treasures of Hungary 896-1896,1992. Hughes, Graham, Modern Silver Throughout the World 1880-1967, 1967. Drucker, Janet, Georg Jensen A Tradition of Splendid Silver, 1997. Funder, Lise, Dansk Solv 20. Arhundrede, 1999. Ringen-Museum for Moderne Dansk Smykkekunst, Danish Jewellery in the 1950’s, 2002. Wilson, H. The Artistic Crafts Series of Technical Handbooks Silverwork and Jewellery, 1902. Markham, Christopher A., Chaffers’ Handbook to Hall Marks on Gold & Silver Plate, 1913. Andren, Erik, Swedish Silver, 1977. Wyler, Seymour B., The Book of Old Silver English American Foreign, 1978. together with a catalogue for Continental silver-plate Property from the Collection of Bradley G. Wilde, Dallas, Texas $200-400

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Conditions of Sale LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS, INC. AS AGENT The lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. as owner or as agent for consignor(s) subject to the following terms and conditions. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale.

BEFORE THE SALE Prospective buyers are strongly advised to personally examine any property in which they are interested before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request, on lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. All lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse and neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any warranties or representations, express or implied with respect to such lots. Neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. No statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in the catalogue, or in supplements to the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and its consignor(s) make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in the catalogue.

AT THE SALE Refusal of Admission Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid. Registration before Bidding A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require bank or other financial references. Bidding as Principal When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and all other applicable charges, unless it has been explicitly agreed upon in writing with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., and that Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will only look to the principal for payment. Absentee Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out written bids given to us at least 24 hours prior to the sale for the convenience of clients who are not present at the auction in person, by an agent or by telephone. Bids must be placed in U.S. dollars. If we receive written bids on a particular lot for identical amounts, and these are the highest bids on the lot at the auction, it will be sold to the person whose written bid was received and accepted first. Execution of written bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale and we do not accept liability for failing to execute a written bid or for errors and omissions in connection with the written bid. Telephone Bids On lots with a low estimate of $300 and above and if a prospective buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in the bidding by telephone and we do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connection with telephone bidding. These telephone bids may be recorded at the discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.

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Online Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the Internet or software malfunctions related to the execution of online bids. Reserves Some lots in the sale are subject to a reserve which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with consignors or, in the absence thereof, the absolute discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders. With respect to lots that are offered without reserve, unless there are already competing bids, the auctioneer, in his or her discretion, will generally open the bidding at half of the low estimate for the lot. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer may proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized, and then continue up from that amount. Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his or her absolute and sole discretion to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding in such a manner as he or she may decide, to withdraw any lot, and in the case of error or dispute, and whether during or after the sale, to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale or to reoffer and resell the item in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale record is conclusive. Successful Bid The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In the case of a tie bid, the winning bidder will determined by the auctioneer at his or her sole discretion. In the event of a dispute between bidders, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. sale record shall be conclusive. Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and the bidder assumes full risk and responsibility.

AFTER THE SALE Buyer’s Premium In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium and the applicable sales tax added to the final total. The buyer’s premium for all purchases except via live online bidding is twenty-five (25%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty percent (20%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and twelve percent (12%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000. The buyer’s premium for purchases made via live online bidding is twenty-six (26%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty-one percent (21%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and thirteen percent (13%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000.

Payment The buyer must pay the entire amount due (including the hammer price, buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and other charges) no later than 5 p.m. on the seventh (7) business day following the sale. Payment in U.S. dollars may be made with cash; bank check or cashier’s check drawn on a U.S. bank; money order; or wire transfer unless other arrangements are made with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a handling charge of $50 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.


Collecting Purchases Once Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has received all funds due to us, the buyer shall collect purchased lots within seven (7) business days from the date of the sale.

LIABILITY

Packing and Shipping If your bid is successful, we can provide you with a list of shippers. We will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us. Property will not be released to the shipper without the buyer’s written consent and until payment has been made in full. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser, and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will have no liability of any loss or damage to such items.

Condition Reports Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for the correctness of any statement of any kind concerning any lot, whether written or oral, nor for any other errors or omissions in description or for any faults or defects in any lot. Neither the seller, ourselves, our officers, employees or agents, give any representation, warranty or guarantee or assume any liability of any kind in respect of any lot with regard to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, description, size, quality, condition, attribution, completeness, authorship, authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibition history, literature or historical relevance. Except as required by local law any warranty of any kind whatsoever is excluded by this paragraph. Items under $1,000 are collated upon request.

Non Payment If we do not receive payment in full, in good cleared funds, within seven (7) business days following the sale, we are entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following measures, in addition to any additional actions available to us by law:

Purchased Lots If for any reason a purchased lot cannot be delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser.

a.) to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per thirty (30) days of the total purchase price

Legal Ramifications The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the jurisdiction in Illinois. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.

b.) to hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to begin legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law c.) to cancel the sale d.) to resell the property publicly or privately with such terms as we find appropriate, to resell the property at public auction without reserve, and with the purchaser liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us, any property in our possession owned by such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, we have confirmed their authenticity.

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f.) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auction by or on behalf of the buyer g.) to take other action as we find necessary or appropriate

Failure to Collect Purchases If property is not picked up within seven (7) business days following the sale, whether or not payment has been made, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to charge $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than seven (7) business days following the sale. In addition, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. For property that is not picked up after thirty (30) calendar days, an additional administration fee of $75 will be charged. Property which is paid for but left on our premises for any reason in excess of sixty (60) calendar days is subject to sale by us with the balance of any funds recovered in excess of storage charges and any other fees being remitted to you.

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Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: $0 - $200 ........................................................ $10 $200 - $500 ....................................................... $25 $500 - $1,000 .................................................... $50 $1,000 - $2,000 ................................................. $100 $2,000 - $5,000 ................................................ $200 $5,000 - $10,000 ............................................... $500 $10,000 - $20,000 ........................................... $1,000 $20,000 - $50,000 .......................................... $2,000 $50,000 - $100,000 ........................................ $5,000 $100,000 - $200,000 ..................................... $10,000 Over > $200,000 ...... Auctioneer’s Discretion For absentee bids, indicate your limit for each lot. Your bids will be executed at the lowest prices allowed by reserves and competing bids. If we receive more than one bid of the same value, the first one received will take precedence. A per lot buyer’s premium is added to the final hammer price as per the following: $0 - $50,000 ............................................................. 25% $50,001 - $1,000,000 ............................................. 20% $1,000,001 + ................................................................. 12% Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for failure or other inadvertent errors relating to the execution of your bids.

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Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Antiquities including objects from the Toledo Museum of Art

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PREVIEW SATURDAY 25 APRIL | 10 AM - 3PM SUNDAY 26 APRIL | 12PM - 4PM MONDAY 27 APRIL | 10AM - 5PM TUESDAY 28 APRIL | 10AM - 5PM auction WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL I 10 AM French Furniture and Decorative Arts, lots 1-89 Continental Porcelain, lots 90-126 continental Furniture AND Decorative Arts, lots 127-235 English Furniture and Decorative Arts, lots 236-353 American Furniture and Decorative Arts, lots 354-381 Sculpture, LOTS 382-416 Rugs and CARPETS, lots 417-428 P R O P E R T Y P I C K U P H OU R S MONDAY–FRIDAY, 9:00AM–4:30PM All property must be picked up within seven business days per our Conditions of Sale.

Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law

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www.lesliehindman.com Opposite: Lot 117 A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Oval Platter

© Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. 2015

C H I CA G O , I L L I NO I S ILLINOIS AUCTION FIRM LICENSE NUMBER 444-000295


P R O P E R T Y F R O M T H E CO L L E CT I ON S O F Michael Appert, Chicago, IL Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois Charlotte S. Clark, Winnetka, Illinois The Family of Giovanni Macario, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida Herb and Roberta Nechin, Chicago, Illinois A. G. Orteneau, Charlotte, North Carolina Terry Reid, Ontonagon, Michigan Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois Mrs. James Vail, Lake Forest, Illinois Roland and Virginia Wilson, Denver, Colorado Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky A Gentleman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin A Private Collection, Michigan A Private Collection, Peru, Illinois

P R O P E R T Y F R O M T H E E S TAT E S O F Barbara Busse Lawson Living Trust Roger Curry, Bloomington, Indiana John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri Property from the Estate of Rosalie Johnson, Hinsdale, Illinois Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois Jerry Lavin of the Pompian Shop, Chicago, Illinois Claudia R. Luebbers Trust, Chicago, Illinois Katherine Maffitt O’Connor, St. Louis, Missouri Vernile Morgan, Chicago, Illinois Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Mr. Morris Weeden, Lake Forest, Illinois A Chicago Area Collector A Prominent Midwest Collector

P R O P E R T Y F R O M T H E I N S T I TUT I ON S O F

Opposite: Lot 138 A Set of Six Dutch Pearwood Dining Chairs

The Toledo Museum of Art The Art Center, Highland Park, Illinois The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois


Contents French Furniture and Decorative Arts lots 1-89

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Continental Porcelain lots 90-126

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Continental Furniture and Decorative Arts lots 127-235

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English Furniture and Decorative Arts lots 236-353

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American Furniture and Decorative Arts lots 354-381

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Sculpture lots 382-416

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Rugs and CARPETS lots 417-428 116 AUCTION INQUIRIES 124 CONDITIONS OF SALE

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Opposite: Lot 18 A Louis XV Gilt Bronze Mounted Ebony Commode


French Furniture and Decorative Arts Lots 1 – 89

Opposite: Lot 78 An Empire Mahogany Console Table


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A Pair of Sèvres Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Porcelain Urns 19TH/20TH CENTURY

each of ovoid form with satyr mask handles and painted cartouches on a celeste blue ground. Height 11 inches. Property from Barbara Busse Lawson Living Trust $1,000-2,000 2*

A Louis XV Style Kingwood and Marquetry Bureau Plat LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having a shaped rectangular top with canted corners over a frieze drawer, inlaid throughout with flowering urns and foliate scrolls, raised on tapering legs ending in sabots. Height 29 x width 51 x depth 31 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200

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A Louis XV Style Giltwood Mirror 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular mirror plate within a conforming molded frame surmounted by a cartouche and a foliate scroll crest. Height 37 3/4 x width 23 1/2 inches. $600-800 4*

A Pair of Louis XVI Painted Side Chairs 18TH CENTURY

each having a domed padded back and a padded seat, raised on fluted tapering legs. Height 39 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

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A Louis XV Style Giltwood Console Table 20TH CENTURY

having a serpentine marble top over a pierce carved conforming frieze, raised on cabriole legs joined by stretchers. Height 39 x width 60 1/2 x depth 21 inches. $1,500-2,500 6

A Rococo Giltwood Mirror LIKELY 18TH CENTURY

having a shaped mirror plate within a conforming foliate scroll and floral frame surmounted by a grapevine worked crest. Height 32 1/2 x width 19 1/4 inches. $700-900 7*

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze and Marble Four-Light Candelabrum FRANCOIS LINKE

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of urn form with foliate candle arms, raised on four legs headed by shells, two of the mounts signed F. Linke Paris. Height 36 inches. Property from the A. G. Orteneau Collection, Charlotte, North Carolina $800-1,200


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A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Commode 19TH CENTURY

having a serpentine marble top over the conforming bombĂŠ case fitted with two drawers inlaid with flowers, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots. Height 35 1/4 x width 44 1/2 x depth 25 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 9

A Louis XV Provincial Style Commode 20TH CENTURY

of bombĂŠ form with four drawers, raised on short cabriole legs. Height 35 x width 50 x depth 21 1/4 inches. $500-700 10*

A Pair of Louis XV Style Lacquered Diminutive Commodes LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

each having a serpentine front with drawers decorated with Chinoiserie scenes, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots. Height 29 x width 22 1/2 x depth 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $700-900 11

A French Painted Tall Case Clock 19TH CENTURY

the case of morbier form decorated with flowers, foliate scrolls, simulated marble and a harbor scene. Height 86 1/2 x width 17 1/4 x depth 9 inches. $500-700

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A Louis XV Style Giltwood Four Panel Floor Screen 19TH/20TH CENTURY WITH LATER GILT

each section with a foliate crest and a damask panel. Height 56 x width 20 inches (each panel). Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 13*

A Régence Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Sécretaire à Abattant LATE 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular marble top over a concave frieze drawer and a fall front writing surface opening to a fitted interior above two long drawers, raised on outsplayed feet. Height 62 x width 39 x depth 17 inches. Property from the Collection of Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida $1,000-2,000 14*

A French Neoclassical Style Gilt Metal and Marble Clock Garniture LATE 20TH CENTURY

having a circular dial with porcelain inset Roman numeral hours, within a lyriform case flanked by a Pan figure to each side, raised on a shaped base with claw feet, together with a pair of five-light urn form candelabra. Height of clock 24 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida $1,000-2,000 13 12

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A Louis XV Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Bombé Commode 18TH CENTURY, STAMPED TOPINO JME

having a serpentine marble top with a molded edge over two long drawers inlaid sans traverse to show floral sprays, raised on square splayed legs ending in cast sabots. Height 35 x width 52 x depth 22 inches. Property from the Collection of Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida $3,000-5,000 16*

A Louis XV Style Walnut Récamier EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having a flared and outwardly scrolling padded back above an oval stuffover cushion over a lattice and floral carved seat rail, raised on channel molded cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Width overall 70 inches. Property from the Collection of Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida $400-600

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A Régence Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Commode en Tombeau EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having a serpentine rouge marble top with a molded edge over a conforming case enclosing a series of three drawers and two long drawers, raised on square tapering outsplayed legs. Height 35 1/2 x width 50 x depth 21 inches. Property from the Collection of Ginette Mocoroa, Windermere, Florida $700-900

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A Louis XV Gilt Bronze Mounted Ebony Commode MANNER OF ANDRE CHARLES BOULLE, 18TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATION

having a rectangular marble top with rounded corners on a bombĂŠ form case fitted with two drawers, the upper drawer mounted with a lion mask, the lower drawer mounted with two female masks, both drawers inlaid with brass foliate scrolls and flanked by acanthus mounts headed with masks at the corners, raised on splayed legs ending in hairy paw cast sabots. Height 36 1/4 x width 50 1/2 x depth 23 7/8 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund Provenance: Rosenberg & Stiebel, New York, 1960 $10,000-20,000

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A Louis XV Style Giltwood Over Mantel Mirror

A French Giltwood AppliquĂŠ

19TH CENTURY WITH RESTORATION

19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular horizontal plate within a pierce carved foliate and rocaille frame. Height 53 x width 63 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

in the form of a leafy tree top. Height 29 1/2 x width 28 3/4 inches. $500-700

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A Pair of Louis XV Style Bronze Chenets

A Louis XV Style Giltwood Center Table

having a shaped rectangular marble top set on a conforming pierce carved frieze, raised on cabriole legs joined by an X-form stretcher. Height 34 1/2 x width 56 x depth 37 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A Sarreguemines Ceramic Urn

with alternating white floral reserves on a cobalt ground, with gilt highlights. Height 11 3/4 x width over handles 14 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $300-500

22 cast as a boy with bird and a girl with cage, each over an open rocaille base. Width 12 1/2 inches. $800-1,200

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A French Gilt Metal Mounted Ceramic Urn

the mounts cast with female busts, shells and foliate scrolls, the urn decorated with a landscape. Height 16 1/2 x width over handles 21 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $800-1,200

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A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Vernis Martin Cabinet

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Chandelier

A Louis XV Style Gilt Metal Mounted Vernis Martin Vitrine

EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the upper section pyramid-shaped with an arrangement of eight drawers, the lower section with a pull-out velvet lined writing surface above a pair of doors, raised on cabriole legs and decorated throughout with figures, landscapes and musical trophies. Height 69 x width 36 x depth 17 1/2 inches. $3,000-5,000

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with foliate scroll supports centered by a repeating glass shaft attributed to Baccarat, hung with prisms throughout, not electrified. Height 48 x diameter 30 inches. $2,000-4,000 27

A Louis XV Style Giltwood Vernis Martin Vitrine 19TH/20TH CENTURY

having a carved shell cornice over the glazed door and sides, the door further decorated with a courting couple in a landscape, raised on slightly splayed legs. Height 69 3/4 x width 30 1/2 x depth 15 1/2 inches. $800-1,200

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having a domed cornice with a ribbon tied trophy mount over the glazed door and sides, the door further decorated with a courting couple. Height 69 x width 28 x depth 16 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 29

A French Gilt Bronze and Lapis Lazuli Clock Garniture 19TH CENTURY

comprising a spherical clock with an unsigned time and strike movement having dragon form hands and Roman numerals, supported by three putti, each three-light candleabrum also supported by a putto. Height of clock 16 inches. $2,000-4,000 17


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A French Gilt Bronze Figural Mantel Clock 19TH CENTURY

depicting Cupid standing next to the clock case surmounted by an urn, having a circular dial with Roman numerals and an unsigned movement striking on a bell, raised on a plinth base with spherical feet. Height 15 1/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 31

A Louis XV/XVI Transitional Gilt Bronze Mounted Fruitwood, Tulipwood and Mahogany Commode JACQUES BIRCKLE, CIRCA 1770

having a breakfront marble top over a conforming case enclosing three long drawers, raised on square cabriole legs ending in hairy paw cast sabots, stamped J BIRCKLE JME along the left rail beneath the marble. Height 36 x width 51 1/4 x depth 24 1/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 32

A French Fruitwood Mirror 19TH CENTURY

with a beveled plate within a foliate frame. Height 54 x width 42 1/2 inches. $400-600 33

A Rococo Style Giltwood Mirror 19TH CENTURY

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of cartouche form, the frame worked with shells, floral garlands, C-scrolls and a dragon, set with a beveled plate. Height 51 1/2 x width 33 1/4 inches. Property from the Family of Giovanni Macario, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1,000-2,000


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A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Forty-Two Light Chandelier

A Louis XV Style Giltwood Console Table

A Louis XV Style Gilt Metal Mounted Mahogany Game Table

LATE 19TH CENTURY

with foliate scroll candle arms arranged in three tiers, the lowest tier having six groups of four lights interspersed with six additional lights, not electrified. Height 50 x width 44 inches. $1,500-2,500 35*

A RĂŠgence Style Gilt Gesso Mirror 19TH CENTURY

with a flowering basket crest over a foliate scroll worked frame. Height 53 1/2 x width 40 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $2,000-4,000

having a serpentine rouge marble top over the conforming pierce carved frame, raised on scrolling legs joined by an X-form stretcher and centered with a plume. Height 33 3/4 x width 54 x depth 27 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500

having a rectangular banded top above a serpentine frieze, raised on cabriole legs. Height 30 x width 29 1/2 x depth 23 inches (closed). $800-1,200

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A Louis XV Style Giltwood Console Table

having a serpentine marble top with a pierce carved foliate decorated frieze, raised on cabriole legs. Height 31 1/2 x width 52 x depth 16 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

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A Louis XV/XVI Transitional Style Parquetry Table en Chiffonier PAUL SORMANI, LATE 19TH CENTURY

having an oval breche d’alep marble inset threequarter galleried top over three drawers, raised on tapering legs joined by a reniform shelf and ending in sabots. Height 28 1/2 x width 18 x depth 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $1,000-2,000 40

A Pair of Louis Philippe Gilt Bronze Five-Light Candelabra

each having a columnar stem on a tripartite base. Height 24 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000 41

A French Gilt Bronze Eight-Light Chandelier LATE 19TH CENTURY

having a cobalt blue center shaft in the form of a quiver of arrows centering hunting horn form candle arms, four of the horns cast with tied ribbons, electrified. Height 45 x width 32 inches. $1,200-1,800 42*

A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mantel Clock

having a circular enameled dial with Roman numeral hours and signed H.A. Davis a Paris, set in a square case surmounted by a figural group depicting a seated maiden escorted by a pair of putti. Height 27 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200 43

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Painted and Parcel Gilt Trumeau Mirrors 43

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each of rectangular form, the first decorated with a woman with a muff, the second decorated with a couple in a landscape. Height 97 x 39 1/2 inches. $5,000-7,000

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A Louis XVI Sèvres Style Porcelain Mounted Gilt Bronze Table Clock MOVEMENT BY JAPY FRĂˆRES

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours on a shaped face painted to show a courting couple, within a shaped case worked to show putti and floral bouquets. Height 17 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $700-900 45

A Louis XVI Style Parcel Gilt Pier Table 19TH CENTURY

having a half-octagonal top, the frieze inlaid with a musical trophy, raised on a fluted tapering leg ending in a paw foot. Height 29 x width 20 x depth 10 1/4 inches. $300-500 46

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marble Pedestals

each having a rectangular stepped top over the tapering standard, raised on a plinth base with scrolling foliate mounts throughout. Height 54 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000 47*

A Louis XVI Style Giltwood Fauteuil LATE 19TH CENTURY

having pierce carved vertical splat over the upholstered seat, raised on tapering legs. Height 35 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

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A Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Console Desserte ATTRIBUTED TO BERNARD MOLITOR (1755-1833), LATE 18TH CENTURY

having a later marble top over a frieze drawer and a conforming undertier with fluted tapering supports and a mirrored back, raised on toupie feet. Height 33 1/2 x width 61 5/16 x depth 22 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund Provenance: Probably Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild (1812-1870) to his nephew Baron Alphonse de Rothschild to his wife, Baroness Clarice de Rothschild Rosenberg & Stiebel, New York, NY, 1967 This console is attributed to Bernard Molitor based on an assessment by Theodore Dell, an “art advisor and historian noted for his expertise in eighteenth-century French furniture, porcelain and decorative arts.” It was first attributed to Adam Weisweiler when it was in the possession of Rosenberg & Stiebel, from whom the museum purchased it using funds from the Florence Scott Libbey Trust in memory of her father, Maurice A. Scott. A memorandum to the documentary file from 1967, shortly after the console was acquired, suggests that the registrar, Mrs. Bentley, believed it could be attributed to Jean-Henri Riesener. She compared the console to a Riesener model up for auction and noted that “while the character and basic design differ, much of the decorative vocabulary resembles our piece.” This attribution does not appear to have been pursued further. Rosenberg & Stiebel purchased the console from the estate of Baroness Clarice de Rothschild in 1967. It is believed to have been restituted to the Baroness sometime after 1949, following its confiscation from her husband, Baron Alphonse de Rothschild, when the Nazis invaded Austria in 1938. An inventory of the Rothschild collection taken in 1938 describes the console as “Spiegeltisch mit eingezogenen Seiten und zwei rosacrème marmorplatten, Rankenbeschläge” (Mirror table with recessed sides and two pink and cream marble slabs, vine fittings). Alphonse de Rothschild is assumed to have inherited the console from his uncle, Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild. The console may be one of a pair, the other belonging to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (accession number 26.220.1). $30,000-50,000

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A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Onyx Mantel Clock 19TH CENTURY

having a circular dial with Roman numerals, the movement unsigned and striking on a bell, the case surmounted by an urn suspending garlands, with figural handles headed by female busts and ending in acanthus leaf and paw cast feet. Height 20 1/2 inches. $700-900 50

A Louis XVI Style Giltwood Trumeau Mirror 19TH/20TH CENTURY

having a pierce carved foliate and shell crest over a floral decorated panel and a rectangular plate. Height 52 3/4 x width 35 inches. $600-800 51

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Painted Console Tables 20TH CENTURY

each having a D-shaped marble top over a pierce decorated frieze, raised on fluted cylindrical tapering legs joined by a shaped stretcher. Height 33 3/4 x width 44 1/4 x depth 19 inches. $2,000-4,000 52

A Louis XVI Style Giltwood Pier Mirror

having a vertical plate within a twist carved frame with a foliate crest. Height 71 1/4 x width 25 3/4 inches. $800-1,200

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A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Rosewood Writing Table having a reniform top over three drawers, raised on fluted tapering legs. Height 29 3/4 x width 44 x depth 23 inches. $1,000-2,000 54

A Gilt Bronze and Sèvres Style Porcelain Mounted Eight-Light Chandelier

the baluster form standard painted with figural cartouches and issuing S-scroll candle arms. Height 26 3/4 x diameter 26 1/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 55

A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Ten-Light Chandelier

FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE, PARIS, LATE 19TH CENTURY

having a domed corona with palmette ornaments issuing five supports to suspend an urn with foliate scroll candle arms, signed F. Barbedienne Paris at the center, not electrified. Height 42 x width 25 inches. Footnote: Compare to a chandelier sold Sotheby’s New York, April 20, 2009, Lot 277 $3,000-5,000

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A French Brass and Glass Six-Light Candelabrum having a repeating baluster standard issuing the candle arms, wired for electricity and hung with prisms throughout. Height 30 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $500-700 57*

A French Gilt Metal Portico Clock 19TH CENTURY

having a circular dial with Roman numerals signed Fleschelle a Paris, the movement unsigned and striking on a bell. Height 21 x width 10 x depth 6 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $1,000-2,000 58 57

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A French Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock 19TH CENTURY

having a segmented enameled dial with Roman numerals signed Roodt Bruxelles, the case cast with a flowering urn suspending garlands, a tied ribbon and torch and quiver trophies, the movement striking on a bell but unsigned. Height 18 x width 11 x depth 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200 59

Two Empire Style Bouillotte Lamps

each having a gilt bronze finish and tole shades. Height of taller 24 1/2 inches. $400-600 60

An Empire Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock

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having a circular dial with Roman numerals, the case cast to show a seated classically dressed lady next to an urn on a pedestal. Height 16 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $1,000-2,000


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An Empire Mahogany Guéridon

A Pair of Charles X Gilt and Patinated Bronze Seven-Light Candelabra

A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood and Parquetry Games Table

FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

having a circular dished marble top over a cylindrical tapering support, raised on a tripartite base ending in casters. Height 28 x diameter 32 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600 62

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Pier Mirror having a rectangular beveled plate within a conforming frame decorated with putti, animals and a chariot scene. Height 55 x width 43 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 63

An Empire Gilt Metal Mounted Sécretaire à Abbattant 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top above a frieze drawer, the leather inset fall front writing surface opening to a fitted interior above two paneled drawers, raised on hairy claw feet. Height 55 x width 39 x depth 20 inches. $800-1,200

each with a tapering diamond cut Baccarat standard, raised on a tripartite paw base, converted for electricity. Height 35 inches. Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $2,000-4,000 65

A Pair of Baccarat Figural Lamps

each having a cut glass collar surmounting a frosted glass putto holding a cornucopia, raised on a circular base and stamped Baccarat on the underside. Height 18 1/2 inches. $600-800 66

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock GADSBY, LINCOLN

having a circular dial with Roman numerals in a case cast to show a male angel figure and musical instruments. Height 18 inches. Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $1,500-2,500

LATE 19TH CENTURY

the serpentine front top opening to a felt-lined playing surface over a frieze mounted with a mask centering cornucopias and festoons, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots. Height 30 1/2 x width 33 1/8 x depth 16 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 68*

A Pair of Empire Gilt Bronze Candlesticks

each worked to show basketweave and lattice, raised on a circular foot. Height 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600 69

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock

having a circular enameled dial with Roman numerals, the case cast to show a musician and a musical trophy. Height 19 inches. Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $1,500-2,500

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An Empire Gilt and Patinated Bronze Clock

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Settee

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany GuĂŠridon

of columnar form surmounted by a trophy resting on a marble top. Height 16 inches. $800-1,200 71

A Pair of Opaline Glass Vases

having an everted crest over the upholstered back and seat within open arms supported by winged sphinxes, raised on square tapering legs ending in paw feet. Width 44 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

LATE 19TH CENTURY

having an oval marble inset top raised on four legs headed by swans with spread wings, joined by foliate stretchers and ending in paw feet. Height 28 x width 26 x depth 17 3/4 inches. $800-1,200

19TH/20TH CENTURY

each of baluster form, mounted as lamps with faux oil lamp fittings. Height of glass 12 inches. $300-500

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A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Mantel Clock

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Walnut GuĂŠridon

of lyre form, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, having time and strike movement. Height 16 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Morris Weeden, Lake Forest, Illinois $800-1,200

having a circular marble top over a gilt bronze mounted frieze, raised on maiden form supports above a tripartite base ending in block feet. Height 28 x diameter 35 1/2 inches. $700-900


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A Pair of Opaline Glass Vases

each of baluster form with jeweled decoration and a porcelain plaque depicting figures. Height 13 5/8 inches. $200-400 77*

A French Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock RAINGO FRĂˆRES

having an ovoid form body surmounted with Cupid holding a wreath and centered with an enameled dial having Roman hours and Arabic minutes, signed Raingo Fres A Paris, with later spring driven German time and strike movement. Height 22 inches. $800-1,200 78

An Empire Mahogany Console Table 19TH CENTURY

having a figured rectangular top raised on Egyptian revival winged caryatid supports ending in monoped paw feet before a mirrored back, further raised on a rectangular base. Height 38 x width 44 1/2 x depth 17 5/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Napoleon III Brass Inlaid Meuble d’Appui LATE 19TH CENTURY

having a later rectangular marble top over two doors decorated with foliate scrolls, the sides mounted with neoclassical masks draped in lion pelts, the whole raised on turned feet. Height 41 3/4 x width 35 7/8 x depth 14 7/8 inches. $700-900 80*

A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Onyx Clock Garniture

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours and signed E. Gaultier and J. Albinet set within a shaped case surmounted by a figure of a robed classical maiden, together with a pair of amphora form elements. Height of clock 25 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

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A Napoleon III Boulle Marquetry Mantel Clock

A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Mounted and Brass Inlaid Ebonized Meuble d’Appui

A French Gilt Bronze and Glass Cave a Liqueur

MOVEMENT BY JAPY FRĂˆRES

having a circular porcelain inset dial with Roman numeral hours on a bronze face, set within a shaped case decorated with foliate scrolls and classical figures. Height 20 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $700-900

SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular marble top with eared corners over a frieze drawer and a cupboard door mounted with a figural oval medallion flanked by cylindrical columnar supports, raised on toupie feet. Height 43 1/2 x width 35 x depth 17 1/2 inches. $800-1,200

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

opening to four decanters and a series of cordials, with scroll brackets at the corners and raised on foliate feet. Height 13 1/2 x width 17 x depth 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $1,000-2,000

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A French Marble Inset Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock MOVEMENT BY JAPY FRĂˆRES

having a circular enameled dial with Roman numeral hours and Arabic chapter ring surmounted by an angel and flanked by a cherub to each side, each figure depicted as an allegory of the arts, the whole raised on stylized toupie feet. Height 16 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500 85*

A French Marble Inset Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours and Arabic minutes, signed Dent a Paris, surmounted by a lounging maiden reading and over a foliate decorated case raised on foliate branch form feet. Height 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000 86

A Set of Five French Marquetry Panels PAUL SPINDLER (1907-1980)

each panel in various woods, depicting an Alsatian village. Height of largest overall 30 1/4 x width 47 inches. Property from the collection of Michael Appert, Chicago, IL $800-1,200 87*

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A French Industrial Lighthouse Clock

containing a clock, two thermometers and a barometer within a lighthouse form case with an animated mechanism. Height 17 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

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A French Walnut Meuble a Deux Corps 19TH/20TH CENTURY

in two parts, the upper section having a broken pediment above a relief carved frieze depicting a winged putto mask and swagged drapery over two doors, the lower section with a drawer and two doors, inset with marble plaques and carved with griffins, classical figures and putto masks throughout, raised on flattened spherical feet. Height 90 1/2 x width 43 1/8 x depth 16 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $6,000-8,000 89

A Continental Gilt Metal Mounted, Parquetry and Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Cave a Liqueur 19TH CENTURY

of rectangular form with serpentine front and hinged lid opening to three decanters a tumbler glass and fifteen cordials, raised on bun feet. Height when open 18 1/2 x width 13 1/2 x depth 11 inches. $800-1,200

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Opposite: Lot 113 Two Meissen Porcelain Figural Creamers


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A Pair of Sèvres Style Porcelain Urns

each decorated with cobalt foliate scrolls on a yellow ground. Height 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $700-900 91

A Sèvres Porcelain Cup and Saucer Set SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY

each with hexagonal reticulation, the cup with floral cut-outs, both with gilt bands and a crowned N mark, the cup dated 1860, the saucer 1866. Diameter of saucer 4 3/4 inches. $200-400

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A Pair of Sèvres Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Urns 19TH/20TH CENTURY

each of baluster handled form having polychrome floral decoration on a gilt highlighted cobalt ground, mounted as lamps. Height overall 26 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000 93

A Pair of Champlevé and Gilt Metal Mounted Sèvres Style Porcelain Vases 19TH/20TH CENTURY

each of baluster form decorated with courting couples signed A. Bosi, the versos decorated with landscapes. Height 12 inches. $400-600 94

A Royal Bonn Pottery Vase

spherical, painted with flowers on an amber ground. Height 7 1/2 inches. $200-400 95

A Nymphenburg Porcelain Figural Group

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each showing a hunting scene, one of a man on horseback with a bird resting on his arm, the other of a man with hunting dogs. Height of first 8 1/2 inches. $300-500 96*

A Pair of German Porcelain Schneeballen Vases

each of baluster form with applied birds and fruit laden vines, mounted as lamps. Height 12 3/4 inches. Property from Barbara Busse Lawson Living Trust $1,000-2,000 97*

A Pair of German Porcelain Cache Pots HELENA WOLFSOHN, LATE 19TH CENTURY

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each of low, ribbed form with lion mask handles, decorated with birds on leafy branches and insects, having Augustus Rex marks in underglaze blue. Height 4 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600


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A Berlin (K.P.M.) Porcelain Plaque

A German Porcelain Cabinet Plate

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

depicting an Egyptian maiden in traditional costume, impressed KPM with sceptre, further impressed H and incised 7 3/4 - 5 3/4, set in a giltwood frame. Height 8 1/2 x width 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $3,000-5,000

Die Drei Parzon, centered with a scene depicting the Three Fates after Thumann within a gilt decorated reticulated cobalt border, verso titled with shield mark and Germany, further impressed MEISSEN and numbered 13. Diameter 9 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500

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Two Royal Vienna Porcelain Articles LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

comprising a jug titled DER FEINSCHMECKER decorated with a monk sampling wine and a stein decorated with a tavern scene, each with shield mark to base. Height of decanter 10 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $1,000-2,000

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A Royal Vienna Cabinet Plate LATE 19TH CENTURY

Floralia, centered with a portrait of the goddess holding flowers, signed Wagner, within an Art Nouveau gilt border, the verso titled with shield mark in underglaze blue. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $600-800

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A Royal Vienna Cabinet Vase

A Bavarian Porcelain Cabinet Plate

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Assaut, of ovoid form, decorated with a maiden and a putto, the base titled with shield mark, Germany and numbered 36379. Height 7 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600 103*

Two Continental Porcelain Cabinet Vases LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the first a gilt metal mounted Sèvres style example decorated with a maiden in a landscape, the second a jeweled Dresden model decorated with a lady’s portrait. Height of taller 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500

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FRANZ XAVER THALLMAIER, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

centered with a portrait of two young gentlemen, one in a military uniform the other a suit, within a gilt decorated cobalt border, verso marked F.X. Thallmaier/Munchen with figural logo. Diameter 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $500-700 105

Two Continental Porcelain Figures

depicting a man and a woman, each carrying a basket. Height of taller 8 5/8 inches. $800-1,200 106*

A Pair of German Porcelain Schneeballen Vases

each of bottle form, mounted as lamps. Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from Barbara Busse Lawson Living Trust $1,000-2,000


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A Meissen Porcelain Figural Centerpiece

A Pair of Meissen Gilt Bronze Mounted Porcelain Potpourris

A Meissen Porcelain Figure

having an oval pierced floral and shell decorated bowl raised on a standard in the form of a lady and a gentleman gathering flowers, set on a gilt decorated rocaille base having crossed swords in underglaze blue. Height 18 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200 108*

A Meissen Porcelain Ornithological Figure MODELED BY ERICH HOSEL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

depicting a rooster striding on a naturalistic base, having crossed swords in underglaze blue, impressed 23 and incised V130. Height 6 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600

19TH CENTURY

of bulbous lidded form, with gilt metal pierced and foliate decorated handles, the lid and body with polychrome decoration of figures in a harbor village, mounted as lamps. Height overall 15 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 110*

A Sitzendorf Porcelain Figural Group

depicting a young boy playing the piano for a group of onlookers, raised on a C-scroll and lattice decorated base. Height 11 1/2 x width 22 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200

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FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY

depicting a putto mending a heart. Height 7 1/4 inches. $500-700 112

A Meissen Gilt Bronze Mounted Porcelain Vase

of urn form, decorated in the Capodimonte style with a continuous band of Bacchic figures, urn and base each with crossed swords in underglaze blue and incised 698, base further impressed 68, bronze foot stamped P.E.G. Height overall 12 1/4 inches. $700-900 113

Two Meissen Porcelain Figural Creamers

each in the form of a seated figure supporting a baluster form vessel, raised on a naturalistic base, bearing an underglazed blue crossed swords mark to underside. Height of tallest 7 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500

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with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1985-1991. Diameter 8 3/4 inches. $4,000-6,000

with underglaze blue wave marks and various transfer printed marks. Diameter 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

Seventeen Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Salad Plates

Eighteen Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Bread Plates

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Eighteen Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Teacups and Saucers

with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1992-1999. Diameter 6 inches. $4,000-6,000

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with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1992-1999. Width 20 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1992-1999. Width 18 1/2 inches. $1,200-1,800

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Oval Platter

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Oval Platter

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A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Soup Tureen with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1992-1999. Width over handles 13 1/2 inches. $3,000-5,000 120

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Square Tray with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1992-1999. Width 11 3/4 inches. $800-1,200

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121

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Covered Vegetable Bowl with underglaze blue wave marks and transfer printed marks for 1985-1991. Height 7 inches x Diameter 9 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000 122

Eight Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Small Cups and Saucers with underglaze blue wave marks and various transfer printed marks. Diameter of saucer 5 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Teapot, Covered Sugar and Creamer

each with underglaze blue wave marks, the teapot with transfer printed marks for 1992-1999, the creamer and sugar marked for 1985-1991. Width of teapot over handle 11 1/2 inches. $1,200-1,800 124

Eighteen Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Dinner Plates

with underglaze blue wave marks and various transfer printed marks. Diameter 10 inches. $7,000-9,000

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A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Ichthylogical Fish Service 1935-1937

comprising a platter and eight plates, including Gadus morrhua, Gadus aeglefinus, Homarus vulgaris, Cancer pagurus, Anguilla vulgaris, Esox lucius, Perca fluviatilis and Pleuronectes plattessa, each marked and titled to the underside. Length of platter 23 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Dinner Service

in the Tranquebar Blue pattern, comprising twentyfour dinner plates, twenty-four salad plates, twenty-four bread plates, twenty-four soup bowls, twenty-four soup plates, twenty-six demitasse cups, two sauce boats, twenty-four coffee cups, twentyfour teacups, seventy-one saucers, two creamers, a covered sugar, nine serving articles and a two-light candelabrum. Diameter of dinner plate 10 inches. $800-1,200

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Opposite: Lot 191 A Roman Marble Torso


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A Continental Giltwood Mirror LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having a foliate crest over a multi-part elongated octagonal mirror plate. Height 43 x width 32 inches. $600-800 128

A Continental Porcelain Mantel Clock 19TH CENTURY

surmounted by four robed female figures in an Arcadian setting, the clock having a gilt metal dial with roman numerals surrounded by a ribbon-tied laurel wreath, striking on a bell. Height 25 inches x width 19 1/2 inches x depth 12 inches. $3,000-5,000

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A Continental Cream and Green Painted Center Table

A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Commodes

18TH CENTURY

having a rectangular marble top over a foliate and mask carved frieze, raised on square tapering legs headed by openly carved ribbon-tied leaves. Height 33 1/4 x width 54 x depth 25 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $1,000-2,000

NORTHERN EUROPEAN, INCORPORATING VARIOUS 19TH CENTURY ELEMENTS

each having a rectangular top over a drawer and two doors, inlaid throughout to show classical soldiers and other Neoclassical motifs. Height 35 1/2 x width 39 x depth 18 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of a Prominent Midwest Collector $1,500-2,500

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A Dutch Style Reverse Decorated Glass Wall Clock

A Dutch Brass Telescope

A Swiss Interchangeable Cylinder Music Box

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours on a rectangular face depicting two duck hunters and a boatsman, set within a gilt and ebonized frame. Height 14 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 132

MERMOD FRĂˆRES

raised on a tripod base. Length 29 inches. Property from the Claudia R. Luebbers Trust, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

playing 15 airs on a single comb, six cylinders total, raised on a carved oak stand. Height overall 40 1/2 x width 42 x depth 23 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $4,000-6,000

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A Swiss Brass Desk Clock and Barometer IMEXAL, MID-20TH CENTURY

A Gilt Metal and Delft Pottery Clock Garniture MOVEMENT BY H.L. LUPPENS

comprising an urn form clock and two six-light candelabra, the clock with a segmented enameled dial signed H.L. Luppens a Bruxelles, the movement signed H.L. Luppens Paris and striking on a bell. Height of tallest 28 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

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set on a demilune base. Height 11 1/8 inches. $700-900

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A Swiss Cylinder Music Box MERMOD FRĂˆRES

set in a banded mahogany case, playing on a 5 1/2 inch cylinder. Width overall 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500


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A Gustave Jeager Double Globe Patent Clock LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having two graduated silvered globes, the upper for minutes and the lower for hours, set in a brass frame with circular wooden base, with modified Chelsea movement. Height overall 16 inches. $2,000-4,000 138

A Set of Six Dutch Pearwood Dining Chairs 19TH CENTURY

each having a double-loop back over a suedeupholstered stuffover seat with nail heads, raised on fluted square tapering legs. Height 36 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500 139

A Dutch Marquetry Corner Cabinet 18TH/19TH CENTURY

having a quarter-round top over a single door, inlaid throughout to show urns issuing flowers, raised on cabriole legs. Height 32 1/4 x width 21 1/2 x depth 15 1/2 inches. $500-700 135

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A Flemish Wool Tapestry 17TH/18TH CENTURY

depicting a man and a woman on horseback approaching a group of revelers. 8 feet 8 inches x 5 feet 3 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000

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A Northern European Wool Tapestry LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

depicting a wooded and architectural landscape with various fauna within a foliate border. 8 feet 6 inches x 17 feet. $5,000-7,000 142

A Continental Wool Tapestry 18TH/19TH CENTURY

depicting a fountain within an open court leading toward a river, reduced in size and mounted on linen with a foliate border. 7 feet 1 inch x 9 feet 1 inch. $2,000-4,000

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A Northern European Gilt Bronze and Rock Crystal Ten-Light Chandelier 18TH CENTURY WITH LATER ELEMENTS

en suite with lot 144, hung with prisms throughout. Height 44 x diameter 35 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $10,000-20,000 144

A Northern European Gilt Bronze and Rock Crystal Ten-Light Chandelier 18TH CENTURY WITH LATER ELEMENTS

en suite with lot 143, hung with prisms throughout. Height 44 x diameter 35 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $10,000-20,000 145

A Continental Gilt Bronze Three-Light Chandelier

the lights issuing from a wreath hanging from a chain held by a cherub, electrified. Height 14 inches. $400-600 143

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A Continental Painted Console Table 19TH CENTURY

having a faux finished serpentine top over the conforming frame, raised on four foliate carved legs joined by a stretcher. Height 35 x width 55 1/2 x depth 20 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 147

A Dutch Carved Oak Cabinet 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top with canted corners over two drawers and two doors, set on a block front base resting on spherical feet, carved throughout with lion masks, foliate scrolls and figural forms. Height 49 x width 62 x depth 29 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $5,000-7,000

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A Delft Pottery Charger 18TH/19TH CENTURY

decorated with a vibrant garden scene in underglaze blue. Diameter 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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A Dutch Walnut Cabinet on Stand 18TH CENTURY

in two parts, the upper section with a domed molded cornice over glazed sides and glazed doors opening to shelves, the lower section with four aligned drawers, raised on faceted tapering legs joined by scrolling stretchers and ending in spherical feet. Height 91 x width 73 x depth 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $8,000-12,000

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A Swedish Giltwood Cartel Clock 20TH CENTURY

the case decorated with leaves and musical trophies. Height 19 1/2 x width 13 3/4 x depth 4 1/2 inches. $300-500

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A Russian Empire Style Brass Inlaid Mahogany Dressing Table

A Pair of Russian Satinwood, Ash and Rosewood Armchairs

A Russian Empire Style Brass Mounted Mahogany Bureau de Dame

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

EARLY 19TH CENTURY

LATE 19TH CENTURY

having a demilune hinged top opening to a silk-lined compartmented interior, raised on square tapering legs joined by an undertier inlaid to show foliate scrolls, further raised on hoof cast sabots. Height 30 1/8 x width 28 x depth 14 inches. $500-700

each having a curved crest rail with a spindled center section over a stuffover seat within open scroll arms, the seat rails with gilt metal mounts depicting griffins, raised on square tapering legs ending in brass caps. Height 34 1/2 inches. $2,000-3,000

having a brass inlaid superstructure of one shelf and two short drawers, over a fold-out writing surface and long frieze drawer, raised on fluted cylindrical tapering legs joined by an X-form stretcher ending in brass caps. Height 50 1/2 x width 29 3/4 x depth 17 3/4 inches. $300-500

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A Russian Empire Style Brass Mounted Mahogany Secretary Bookcase

An Eastern European Icon

Ten Russian Polychrome Enameled Bronze Icons

EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the upper section having a three-quarter galleried top over two glazed cupboard doors and two short drawers, the lower section having a fold-out writing surface above a long drawer, raised on fluted cylindrical tapering legs ending in brass caps. Height 56 3/4 x width 31 1/2 x depth 19 1/4 inches. $300-500 155*

A Russian Painted Icon 17TH/18TH CENTURY

depicting Saint Gregory with two other saints. Height 17 x width 13 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $800-1,200

depicting the Madonna and Child, set in gilt metal frame within a shadow box frame. Height 13 1/4 x width 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $400-600 157

Twelve Russian Polychrome Enameled Bronze Icon Pendants 19TH CENTURY AND EARLIER

comprising a triptych depicting the Deesis, a triptych depicting the Old Testament Trinity and other saints, St. Nicholas, a triptych depicting Our Lady of Joy to All who Suffer and other saints, Our Lady Eleusa, St. John the Evangelist, Our Lady of Kazan, St. Nicholas of Mozhajsk, a Blessed Silence triptych, and two examples depicting the Pious Princes Boris and Gleb. Height of panel 24 x width 11 1/2 inches. $700-900

19TH CENTURY AND EARLIER

comprising a painted diptych depicting Christ and Apostles beneath a metal riza, a four panel example depicting saints, a four panel porcelain inset example depicting a priest, a triptych depicting Christ and Apostles, Our Lady of the Burning Bush, Our Lady of Smolensk and extended Deesis, St. Niphontus, Pieta, the Resurrection and Descent into Hell, and St. Demetrius of Salonika within other saints; all mounted to a dark blue felt panel. Height of panel 24 x width 11 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 159

A Russian Brass Inlaid and Parcel Ebonized Armchair 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular padded back and a stuffover seat within open arms resting on bird form supports, raised on square tapering legs. Height 35 inches. $800-1,200

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A Pair of Russian Porcelain Centerpiece Bowls

A Russian Porcelain Table Casket

GARDNER, CIRCA 1880

GARDNER, CIRCA 1880

each oval, with handles and an undulating edge, painted to show bouquets of flowers and floral garlands on white grounds with pink borders and gilt highlights, raised on spreading feet modeled with foliate forms, having transfer printed blue Gardner marks to the undersides. Height 13 x width 21 inches. $1,500-2,500

rectangular, with rounded ends, the hinged lid painted to show a harbor scene with figures in the foreground and a cathedral in the background, further painted with four landscape cartouches, alternating floral and celeste blue borders and gilt highlights, the interior transfer printed to depict a bouquet of flowers, having a transfer printed Gardner mark to the underside. Width 12 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of Italian Walnut and Marquetry Cassoni INCORPORATING VARIOUS ELEMENTS

each case with four carved roundels at the front, inlaid throughout to show oak leaf and acorn scrolls. Height 26 3/4 x width 76 1/2 x depth 22 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund Provenance: Palazzo Davanzati, Florence, Italy Probably sold at Elia Volpi auction, New York, 1919 Collection of Otto H. Kahn, New York Joseph Brummer Antiquities, New York Sold Parke-Bernet, New York, April 20-23, 1949 Acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art at the above sale Illustrated: Elia Volpi, Horace Townsend, Cesare A. Guglielmetti, and Thomas E. Kirby, Illustrated Catalogue of the Art Treasures and Antiquities Formerly Contained in the Famous Davanzati Palace, Florence, Italy, New York, American Art Association, 1916, no. 422, 423 Schottmuller, Frida, Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance, Stuttgart, Germany, Julius Hoffman, 1928, p. 75 The Notable Art Collection Belonging to the Estate of the Late Joseph Brummer, Part I, New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries, April 20-23, 1949, no. 615 and 616, p. 154 $6,000-8,000

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A Northern Italian Painted Commode 18TH CENTURY

having a rectangular serpentine front top over a conforming case enclosing two drawers, raised on square cabriole legs. Height 34 1/2 x width 41 1/2 x depth 19 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $700-900 164

An Italian Majolica Urn 18TH/19TH CENTURY

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worked to show a shepherd and shepherdess in a landscape with animals, lacking lid. Height 13 3/8 inches. $300-500 165

A Spanish Majolica Charger 20TH CENTURY

depicting Ferdinand II and Isabella I in profile against a coat of arms. Diameter 23 1/4 inches. $400-600 166

An Italian Majolica Plaque 18TH CENTURY

of rectangular form depicting a mythological scene, in a simulated calamander frame. Height of plaque 10 3/8 x width 14 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of Venetian Style Painted End Tables 18TH CENTURY WITH LATER PAINT

each having a serpentine top over a conforming case enclosing two drawers raised on cabriole legs, the case painted to show floral cartouches on a royal blue ground. Height 29 3/4 x width 22 1/4 x depth 11 inches. $1,000-2,000 168

A Venetian Glass Four-Light Candelabrum 19TH CENTURY

of baluster form with S-scroll arms and decorative floral and leaf elements. Height 27 inches. $600-800 169

A Continental Giltwood Figure of a Saint 19TH CENTURY

depicting in flowing robes with a later halo. Height 27 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 170

An Italian Giltwood Six-Light Chandelier 19TH CENTURY

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An Italian Walnut and Parquetry Cassone 16TH CENTURY WITH LATER ELEMENTS

with a hinged rectangular lid opening to a vacant interior. Height 32 x width 80 x depth 24 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $1,500-2,500 172

An Italian Walnut Server 17TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATION

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with a rectangular top over a conforming case fitted with two drawers and four doors with diamond decoration, set on a molded plinth base. Height 44 1/8 x width 111 3/8 x depth 21 1/4 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $7,000-9,000 173

An Italian Oak Cassone 17TH CENTURY

having a hinged lid opening to a vacant interior, the case carved with architectural arches and raised on paw feet. Height 25 1/2 x width 52 x depth 21 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

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A Pair of Italian Renaissance Style Parcel Gilt Walnut Cassoni 19TH CENTURY WITH 17TH CENTURY ELEMENTS

each carved in high relief with a triumphant procession of figures against a gilt ground, further worked with masks interspersed with foliate scrolls and masks suspending floral garlands, raised on paw feet. Height 32 x width 72 x depth 25 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $20,000-40,000

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An Italian Alabaster Column

An Italian Micromosaic Brooch

19TH/20TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

having a square top with canted corners set on a beaded and ring turned fluted standard, raised on an octagonal base. Height 32 1/2 inches. $300-500

depicting a bouquet of flowers, set in a gilt metal mount with a leaf border. Height 2 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $800-1,200

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An Italian Baroque Style Giltwood Game Table 19TH CENTURY

the square top inset with a chess board decorated with landscapes over a baluster form standard, raised on three scroll feet. Height 30 1/2 x width 26 x depth 26 inches. $2,000-4,000

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An Italian Pietra Dura Plaque

depicting a dancer with a tambourine, framed. Height 7 3/8 x width 4 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $300-500

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An Italian Pietra Dura Plaque

depicting a view of Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore and Brunelleschi’s dome, framed. Height overall 14 1/2 x width 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $400-600 180*

A Carved Wood Santo Figure

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A Filipino Santos Figure

contained in a shrine with a carved floral crest. Height of figure: 12 inches. height of shrine: 19 inches. $500-700 182

Artist Unknown

(Italian, Late 19th Century) Boy Before a Wall watercolor signed illegibly (lower right) 13 x 8 1/4 inches. $500-700

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ANTIQUITIES FROM THE ESTATE OF JOHN M. HARNEY Born in St. Louis in 1924, John Mulanphy Harney was a true academic and an astute collector. He studied first at Princeton University and then at Harvard’s Fine Arts program at the renowned Fogg Museum. His interest in history eventually led him to travel all over the Western world. After serving in the Navy during World War II, he became involved in his family’s design firm, Warfield Inc., which opened its doors in 1912. Mr. Harney eventually took over the business and spent the rest of his life furthering his knowledge of antiques and design.

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A Greek Terra Cotta Head of a Horse

A Hellenistic Bronze Figure

CANOSA, CIRCA THIRD CENTURY B.C.

ASIA MINOR, CIRCA 200 B.C.

bridled, retaining traces of polychrome decoration. Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $300-500

depicting a boy in an astride position, with greenish patina, on a lucite base. Height 2 3/4 x width 2 x depth 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600

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A Hellenistic Terra Cotta Tangara Figure ASIA MINOR, CIRCA THIRD CENTURY B.C.

depicted with a dove perched on her left arm, with traces of pink pigmentation throughout. Height 8 1/2 x width 3 1/2 x depth 2 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600

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A Phoenician Terra Cotta Mask PROBABLY SEVENTH/EIGHTH CENTURY B.C.

with wide almond eyes, a flat nose and hair arranged in rows. Height 4 x width 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri Provenance: Royal-Athena Galleries, New York, NY $300-500

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A Byzantine Glass Plaque CIRCA ELEVENTH/TWELFTH CENTURY A.D.

with gilt geometric forms. Height 3 1/2 x width 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600 188*

A Boeotian Terra Cotta Figure of Young Man CIRCA FOURTH/FIFTH CENTURY B.C.

possibly Apollo, depicted nude with a draped garment. Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $500-700 189*

A Roman Marble Head of a Young Satyr ANTONINE DYNASTY, SECOND CENTURY A.D.

depicted with a mischievous expression and curled hair with a small hand, probably the hand of Dionysus, on top, raised on a wood plinth. Height 5 x width 4 x depth 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri

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Provenance: Acanthus Gallery, New York, NY $1,500-2,500 190*

A Roman Marble Ionic Capital FIRST CENTURY A.D.

carved with a sphinx in the preserved right half of the volute, raised on a wood base. Height 14 1/2 x width 13 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri Provenance: Acanthus Gallery, New York, NY, 1986 $3,000-5,000 191*

A Roman Marble Torso FIRST CENTURY A.D.

probably Poseidon, with rounded thighs and stomach, originally standing with the right leg raised and bent at the knee, set on a black painted plinth. Height 33 x width 15 x depth 12 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri Provenance: Sotheby’s London, July 11, 1988 Acanthus Gallery, New York, NY $8,000-12,000 192*

A Greco-Roman Stone Head of a Woman

retaining traces of pigmentation to the face and hair, raised on a tapering wood base. Height 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600

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Fonderia Chiurazzi Fonderia Chiurazzi, established in the 1870s by Gennaro Chiurazzi, was one of Italy’s leading manufacturers of replicas of classical works. After the National Archaeological Museum at Naples began to permit the production of copies of their sculptures, Chiurazzi amassed a collection of plaster molds taken directly from Pompeian and Herculanean antiquities in the museum. The firm flourished amid the fashion for “grand tour” souvenirs and interest in Vesuvian archaeological sites.

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An Italian Bronze Table

An Italian Bronze and Marble Bird Bath

An Italian Bronze Figural Table Leg

Height 26 x width 20 3/4 x depth 35 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $600-800

the circular basin raised no a tapering leaf carved support ending in a rectangular base. Height 29 1/2 x diameter 32 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $3,000-5,000

cast with a figure of a cherub, on a rectangular base. Height 34 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $500-700

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An Italian Bronze Basin

with ring handles at the sides. Height 12 3/4 x width 26 1/4 x depth 26 1/4 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $800-1,200

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CHIURAZZI FOUNDRIES, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

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An Italian Bronze Brazier

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An Italian Bronze Brazier

CHIURAZZI FOUNDRIES, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

An Italian Bronze and Marble Figural Table with a rectangular top raised on a U-form support over a sphinx base, with paw feet. Height 32 x width 29 x depth 18 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $1,000-2,000

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199 CHIURAZZI FOUNDRIES, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

raised on a tripod stand ending in paw feet. Height 39 1/2 x diameter 15 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $800-1,200

CHIURAZZI FOUNDRIES, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

raised on paw feet headed by winged lions. Height 13 x width 30 x depth 24 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $800-1,200

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An Italian Bronze Figure

A Pair of Continental Marble Urns

Artist Unknown

ANGELO DEL NERO, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

depicting a woman with a flowing sash standing on a globe supported by three dolphins. Height 71 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $3,000-5,000 201

A Venetian Glass Mirror

having an elongated octagonal mirror plate with beveled edges within a conforming folate etched edge and surmounted by a foliate crest. Height 36 x width 18 1/2 inches. $500-700 202

A Venetian Glass Mirror FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY

having an urn and foliate crest over the beveled rectangular plate. Height 51 x width 32 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 68

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20TH CENTURY

each of handled baluster form set on a columnar form base, mounted as lamps. Height overall 30 inches. $200-400 204

Three Portrait Medallions

panited on panel, depicting Rembrandt van Rijn, VigĂŠe le Brun and Raphael, framed as one in a giltwood frame with a pierce carved foliate edge. Height of frame 18 x width 32 1/2 inches. $400-600 205

Artist Unknown

(19th Century) Portraits of a Noble Boy and Girl (two works) oil on canvas each signed R. Poggiali (lower left 19 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches. $300-500

(19th Century) Gypsies oil on canvas signed illegibly (lower left) 21 1/2 x 17 inches. $400-600 207

Continental School

School of Athens oil on canvas signed (lower right) 35 1/2 x 47 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 208

A Neoclassical Gilt Metal Five-Light Figural Candelabrum

in the form of a classical female figure holding the candle arms aloft, wired for electricity. Height 33 inches. $400-600


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A Pair of Continental Marble Urns

A German Gilt Metal Mounted Wall Clock

A Royal Bonn Pottery Floor Vase and Cover

each of ovoid form with twin handles at the shoulders raised on a square foot. Height 8 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $600-800 210

A Pair of Neoclassical Bronze Five Light Candelabra 19TH/20TH CENTURY

each with stork finial over the reeded standard, raised on tripartite mask and acanthus decorated base ending in monoped feet. Height 31 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

having a circular dial with Arabic numeral hours on a foliate scroll worked face, set in an architectural case surmounted by a bust of a winged Minerva. Height 47 inches. $3,500-4,500 213

A German Burlwood Secretary LATE 19TH CENTURY

in three parts, the superstructure having a scrolling cornice above a mirror inset door, the central section with a fall front writing surface opening to a fitted interior, the base with two short drawers over three long drawers. Height 97 x width 62 x depth 27 inches. $800-1,200 214*

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A Pair of Neoclassical Gilt Bronze Mounted Marble Urns

each of baluster form with winged female handles, set on a square foot. Height 22 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $1,000-2,000

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A Royal Bonn Pottery Floor Vase LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

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A Royal Bonn Ceramic Vase TINPEKOVEN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

of baluster form, decorated with a continuous landscape with gilt highlights, signed J. Tinpekoven, with Royal Bonn mark to the base, impressed 2703. Height 21 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $800-1,200 217*

of baluster form with a hexagonal neck, having a polychrome scene depicting figures harvesting wheat, signed indistinctly, base with crowned Royal Bonn mark, numbered 4809/6570. Height 43 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $4,000-6,000

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LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

of baluster form with a hexagonal neck and base, having allover polychrome floral decoration, base with crowned Royal Bonn mark, numbered 247/4891. Height overall 51 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $4,000-6,000

A Royal Bonn Gilt Metal Mounted Ceramic Vase EARLY 20TH CENTURY

of baluster form with polychrome flowers and gilt highlights on a celadon ground, set with rococo style putto and foliate mounts. Height 20 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600

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A Biedermeier Style Birch Armoire 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular molded cornice with canted corners over a conforming case enclosing two quarter-veneered doors, raised on stylized ball feet. Height 73 x width 49 1/2 x depth 22 inches. $700-900 219

A German Walnut Table Top Cabinet

having an ogee molded top above an arrangement of ten drawers and a cupboard door, raised on a shaped apron and cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Height 42 1/2 x width 40 x depth 13 1/2 inches. $700-900

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A German Neoclassical Walnut Bookcase

A German Walnut and Parcel Ebonized Bracket Clock

LATE 19TH CENTURY

with glazed doors opening to three shelves flanked by fluted columns. Height 73 1/2 x width 46 1/4 x depth 22 1/4 inches. $700-900 221*

A Model 1811 Blucher Saber

together with its scabbard. Length 39 inches. Property from the Collection of a Gentleman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $600-800

the circular enameled dial with Roman numeral hours and Arabic minutes set within an architectural case. Height 19 3/4 inches. $600-800 223

A Pair of Gilt Bronze and Onyx Three-Light Floor Lamps

each having foliate and floral decoration surmounting an octagonal stem with onyx knops, wired for electricity. Height 68 1/2 inches. $500-700

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A Gilt Metal Mounted Onyx Pedestal

A Bohemian Cased Glass Vase

with a Corinthian capital on a columnar stem. Height 37 1/2 inches. $500-700 225

A Wrought Iron and Tole Floor Lamp FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY

having an octagonal standard with leaf decoration raised on a four part base with winged putto masks ending in paw feet. Height overall 68 1/2 inches. $300-500

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

of baluster form in two parts, having a ruffled rim, both sections in white cut to cranberry. Height 19 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $700-900 227

Two Pairs of Enameled Cobalt Glass Vases, attributed to Moser LATE 19TH CENTURY

the first pair of bottle form decorated with stylized flowers, the second of trumpet form decorated with a continuous band of leaping gazelles. Height of first pair 8 inches. $300-500

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A Moser Enameled Glass Vase

with fish among sea grasses on a rose colored ground. Height 10 1/8 inches. $400-600 229

A Collection of Bohemian Cut to Clear Glass Stemware various sizes and colors, 31 items total. Height of tallest 7 7/8 inches. $500-700


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A Pair of Bohemian Green Cut to Clear Glass Vases

A Pair of Bohemian Red Cut to Clear Glass Decanters

A Pair of Neoclassical Style Gilt Bronze and Marble Urns

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each raised on a stepped plinth base, mounted as lamps with silk shades. Height overall 32 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Vernile Morgan, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200

A Set of Enameled Glass Stemware

A Pair of Neoclassical Gilt Bronze Mounted Marble Five-Light Candelabra

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each of baluster form with twin-handles mounted at the shoulders, decorated to show garlands and ribbon. Height 15 inches. $300-500

LIKELY MOSER comprising 16 goblets and 18 white wine glasses, each worked to show leaping beasts amongst floral sprays. Height of taller 7 1/4. Property from the Collection of Charlotte S. Clark, Winnetka, Illinois $1,000-2,000

each of slender ovoid form with a knop finial, the body worked to show dot and diaper cartouches, architectural elements and wildlife. Height 14 1/4 inches. $300-500

20TH CENTURY

A Neoclassical Gilt Metal Mounted Marble Clock Garniture

each having a central candle cup above a baluster support issuing four foliate scroll arms over a cylindrical tapering stem, raised on a square base ending in stylized feet. Height 17 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

having a circular dial with Arabic numeral hours on a bronzed chapter ring above a shaped case with spiral twist supports, together with a pair of similarly decorated decorative ornaments. Height of clock 30 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

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Opposite: Lot 243 An English Burlwood Tall Case Clock, James Markwick


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A Henry II Style Walnut Cane Upholstered Armchair

An English Carved Oak Court Cupboard

having an oval splat within an openworked foliate scroll frame, above a square seat flanked by scrolling arms raised on spiral twist and floral spray carved legs joined by an H-form stretcher. Height 48 x width 25 x depth 19 1/8 inches. $300-500 237

An English Carved Oak Court Cupboard 17TH CENTURY WITH LATER ELEMENTS

with two doors opening to a vacant interior, raised on turned cup and cover supports joined by stretchers at the base. Height 44 x width 50 1/4 x depth 19 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $2,000-4,000

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17TH CENTURY

the upper section with turned rear supports and a pierce carved central support depicting a pair of rampant lions, the lower section with carved baluster supports on a rectangular base with block feet. Height 51 1/4 x width 50 1/2 x depth 23 1/2 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $3,000-5,000


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An English Oak Draw-Leaf Refectory Table 17TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top over a concave frieze with a gadrooned lower border, raised on cup and cover legs joined by stretchers. Heigh 33 x width 92 1/2 x depth 36 inches (closed). Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $8,000-12,000 240

A Jacobean Style Oak Plate Rack 18TH/19TH CENTURY

each tier centered by a carved mask. Height 27 x width 31 1/2 inches. $300-500 240

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A Jacobean Style Savonarola Chair LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the back pierce carved to show a pair of pegasi flanking a crowned cartouche, further carved with grotesque mask handholds and paw feet. Height 40 1/2 x width 26 1/2 x depth 19 1/2 inches. $400-600 242*

A Charles II Oak Chest of Drawers

having a rectangular top over four drawers, raised on spherical feet. Height 37 1/2 x width 37 3/8 x depth 22 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000 243

An English Burlwood Tall Case Clock JAMES MARKWICK, LONDON, LATE 17TH CENTURY

having a domed hood with two brass finials with blind fret decoration above the brass dial with steel chapter rings, having Roman hours and Arabic minutes, further inset with seconds and date dial, raised on a straight trunk, the door inset with a blown glass roundel. Height 94 inches. $20,000-40,000 241

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An English Mahogany Chest of Drawers 19TH CENTURY INCORPORATING EARLIER ELEMENTS

with a rectangular top over two short and three graduated long drawers, raised on flattened ball feet. Height 36 1/4 x width 35 1/2 x depth 20 1/4 inches. $500-700 245*

An English Burl Walnut Harpsichord JACOBUS KIRCKMAN, LONDON, 18TH CENTURY

raised on a later base with turned legs joined by an H-form stretcher. Height 35 1/2 x width 36 x depth 90 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $5,000-7,000

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A George III Mahogany Breakfast Table

A Set of Four Chippendale Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

19TH CENTURY

having an oval banded top raised on a ring turned stem ending in four downswept legs with brass caps and casters. Height 29 x width 54 x depth 43 inches. $500-700

19TH CENTURY

each with a pierce carved vasiform splat over a drop-in cushion seat, raised on square legs joined by H-form stretchers. Height 38 1/2 inches. $400-600

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A Hepplewhite Mahogany Sideboard

A George III Style Mahogany Sofa

An English Leather Wingback Sofa

18TH CENTURY

20TH CENTURY

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top with a bowed center section over a wide drawer centering deep drawers, raised on square tapering legs ending in spade feet, with fan-form brackets at the knees of the center two legs. Height 37 x width 72 x depth 25 1/4 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $3,000-5,000

having a cushion back and seat within outscrolled arms, raised on square legs joined by stretchers. Height 37 x width 82 x depth 35 inches. $400-600

having a leather upholstered back with scrolled ears, outscrolled arms and three removable cushions, with nailhead trim, raised on cabriole legs with foliate carved knees joined by carved stretchers and ending in pad feet. Height 49 x width 70 x depth 37 1/2 inches. Provenance: Randall Tysinger Antiques, High Point, NC $1,000-2,000

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A Set of Six Oak Lancashire Chairs

A Pair of English Bocage Porcelain Two-Light Candelabra

A George III Mahogany Sideboard

18TH/19TH CENTURY

assembled, each with a shaped crest rail over two rows of five turned spindles above a rush seat, raised on turned legs joined by stretchers. Height 37 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 252

A Chippendale Style Mahogany Tilt-Top Tea Table 19TH CENTURY

having a circular top with a pie crust edge on a baluster stem ending in a tripod base. Height 27 1/2 x diameter of top 26 inches. $150-250 82

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PROBABLY CHELSEA, MID-18TH CENTURY

one modeled with a woman with a lute and a sheep, the other with a man with bagpipes and a dog, each having a gold anchor mark to the back. Height 11 1/8 inches. $500-700

19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top with a shaped backsplash and a bowed center section, raised on square tapering legs. Height 42 x width 94 x depth 24 5/8 inches. $800-1,200


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A Chinese Export Simulated Tortoise Shell Casket

having a domed lid gilt decorated with Chinoiserie scenes, raised on flattened bun feet. Height 6 3/4 x width 12 1/4 x depth 9 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $400-600 256*

A Chinese Export Lacquered Game Box EARLY 19TH CENTURY

having a removable lid opening to card trays and four covered boxes. Height 4 1/2 x width 12 x depth 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Spruce Antiques, Lake Forest, IL, January 31, 1998 $400-600 257*

A Chinese Export Lacquered Tea Caddy

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19TH CENTURY

having a hinged lid opening to pewter liners and covers, raised on paw feet. Height 5 1/8 x width 8 3/4 x depth 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Malcolm Franklin Inc., Chicago, IL, April 28, 2000 $400-600 258

A George III Mahogany Hanging Corner Cupboard 19TH CENTURY

with a single glazed door opening to shelves. Height 37 x width 25 1/2 x depth 14 5/8 inches. $400-600 259

A Pair of George III Style Wingback Armchairs LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

with glazed chintz toile upholstery, raised on cabriole legs joined by stretchers. Height 51 1/2 inches. $500-700

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A Cased Glass Eight-Light Chandelier

with S-scroll candle arms, hung with prisms and chains throughout. Height 16 x width 23 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 261

A George III Mahogany Writing Table 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top above a frieze drawer, raised on square legs with brackets at the knees. Height 28 x width 31 3/4 x depth 19 5/8 inches. $300-500 262

A George III Mahogany Pembroke Table 19TH CENTURY

with a rectangular top with two D-shaped leaves over a frieze drawer, raised on fluted square tapering legs ending in spade feet with casters. Height 27 1/2 x width 20 1/2 x depth 30 1/4 inches. $500-700

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A George III Mahogany Chest of Drawers

A George III Mahogany Flip-Top Card Table

A George III Style Mahogany Sofa

19TH CENTURY

LATE 18TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

with a rectangular top, a pull-out dressing slide and two short drawers above two long drawers, raised on bracket feet. Height 31 x width 33 1/2 x depth 19 inches. $500-700

having a rectangular hinged top with lobed turret corners, opening to a baize playing surface, above a conforming case enclosing a frieze drawer, raised on cylindrical tapering legs ending in pad feet. Height 27 3/4 x width 33 1/2 x depth when closed 16 1/2 inches. $400-600

having a padded back, outscrolled padded arms and a stuffover seat, raised on cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet. Height 36 x width 65 x depth 28 inches. $700-900

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(British, 1734-1802) Portrait of the Duchess of Saint Albans oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 25 1/8 inches. $500-700

A George III Mahogany Tilt-Top Tea Table EARLY 19TH CENTURY

having a piecrust top over a birdcage action, raised on a tripod base with foliate decorated legs ending in claw and ball feet. Height 29 1/4 x diameter 34 1/4 inches. $400-600

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An Irish George III Mahogany Corner Chair 19TH CENTURY

having a horseshoe form crest rail carved with eagleform handholds, each vertical splat pierce carved to show C-scrolls and swagged drapery above a drop-in cushion seat, raised on fluted tapering rear legs and a cabriole fore-leg ending in a claw and ball foot. Height 31 1/2 inches. $500-700

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A Pair of Irish Chippendale Style Mahogany Beds

A Belleek Willets Porcelain Vase

A George III Mahogany Writing Table

LATE 19TH CENTURY

HANS NOSEK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

EARLY 19TH CENTURY

each having a high headboard with leaf carved stiles flanking an upholstered section, the footboard with decorative ring elements. Height 77 1/2 x width 37 1/2 x depth 83 inches. $800-1,200

of ovoid form, decorated with a lady in Victorian attire signed Hans Nosek and dated 1907, the base with Belleek Willets mark. Height 18 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Scott Zimmerman, Louisville, Kentucky $800-1,200

having a rectangular leather-inset top over two drawers, raised on square tapering legs ending in brass caps and casters. Height 29 1/2 x width 47 x depth 34 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

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A Belleek Neptune Tea Service 1891-1926

comprising a teapot, a waste bowl, a creamer and nine teacups with saucers, each pink tinted with a gilt rim and second Belleek black mark. Height of teapot 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Mrs. James Vail, Lake Forest, Illinois $600-800 85


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A George III Mahogany Breakfast Table

A Pair of George II Style Walnut Side Chairs

19TH CENTURY

LATE 19TH CENTURY

having an oval banded top raised on a columnar stem ending in four downswept legs with brass caps and casters. Height 28 x width 64 1/4 x depth 46 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $1,000-2,000

each with a rectangular padded needlepoint upholstered back and drop-in seat, raised on cabriole legs headed by carved shells and ending in pointed pad feet. Height 42 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $400-600

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A Royal Worcester Evesham Gold Porcelain Service

comprising 13 dinner plates, 14 salad plates, 13 bread plates, 9 coffee cups, 7 teacups with saucers, 6 small cups, 12 soup bowls, 14 small bowls, 8 large saucers, 3 creamers, a coffee pot and 15 others; 130 items total. Diameter of dinner plates 10 inches. $800-1,200

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A Georgian Style Red Lacquered Mirror

having a domed crest decorated with a Chinoiserie scene above the vertical rectangular plate. Height 32 x width 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500


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A Georgian Style Red Lacquered Mirror

A George III Style Brass Banded Mahogany Campaign Decanter Set

A George III Mahogany Partners’ Desk

having a domed crest decorated with a Chinoiserie above the vertical rectangular plate. Height 32 x width 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

19TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular hinged top opening to a fitted interior set with six decanters, six smaller bottles, a funnel, three stems and two tumblers. Width of cast 16 1/2 inches. $600-800

having a rectangular tooled leather and inset top over a long drawer flanked by two banks of two short drawers to each side of the case, raised on square tapering legs ending in brass capped feet. Height 31 1/4 x width 65 1/2 x depth 34 3/4 inches. Property from the Toledo Museum of Art, sold for the benefit of the Art Acquisition Fund $2,000-4,000

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A George III Mahogany Extension Table

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An Extensive Coalport Indian Tree Dinner Service

19TH CENTURY

PRIMARILY 1891-1920

having a rectangular top with rounded corners raised on twin pedestals ending in four legs each with brass caps and casters, with three leaves and a set of fitted table pads. Height 29 1/2 x width 70 x depth 35 inches (closed). Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200

comprising 15 dinner plates, 19 luncheon or salad plates, 7 dessert plates, 25 large teacups, 3 small teacups, a demitasse cup, 7 coffee canns, a variety of saucers, 8 bouillon cups with saucers, 4 soup plates, 4 large egg cups, 8 small egg cups, 2 shakers, 3 creamers, a sauce boat, a trivet, a fruit bowl, 5 vegetable dishes in various sizes, 3 platters in various shapes and sizes, 4 cake plates, 13 small bowls in two sizes, 8 small serving dishes, a teapot, a coffee pot, a water pitcher, 2 covered sugars and 1 open sugar, some articles added later, together with an English ironstone sauce boat; approximately 224 items total. Diameter of plate 10 1/2 inches. Property sold to benefit the Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago $1,000-2,000

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A Copeland Spode Partial Coffee Service

A Set of Eight Chippendale Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

comprising a coffee pot, three creamers, a covered sugar, a bottle, a tobacco jar, a cup and a jardinière. Height of bottle 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Herb and Roberta Nechin, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

comprising two armchairs and six side chairs, each with a pierce carved vertical splat and a stuffover seat, raised on carved cabriole legs. Height 39 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000

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A George III Mahogany Secretary Bookcase

A Chippendale Style Mahogany Hanging Corner Cupboard

A Chinese Export Painted Wallpaper Panel

19TH CENTURY

having a molded cornice above a plain frieze and glazed doors opening to shelves, the lower section set with a fall-front secretary drawer opening to a fitted interior over a pair of doors, raised on bracket feet. Height 88 3/4 x width 59 x depth 22 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Mongenas Antiques, Loveland, OH $1,500-2,500

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19TH CENTURY

having a dentiled cornice and a blind fret carved frieze over a single door. Height 39 x width 36 1/4 x depth 22 inches. $400-600 286

An Adam Style Marquetry Console Cabinet

having a demilune marble top over the conforming case set with three rounded doors, the central door inlaid to show a basket of flowers, raised on square tapering legs. Height 35 1/2 x width 52 1/4 x depth 23 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of a Chicago Area Collector $2,000-4,000

PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY

decorated with cranes and other birds among flowering trees, mounted on wood. Height 72 1/2 x width 36 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $600-800 288*

A Chinese Hardwood Carved Vitrine

the stepped super structure set with beveled glass doors and side, the base fitted with two drawers, raised on carved legs raised by medial shelf. Height 63 1/2 x width 31 x depth 16 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $600-800


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Two Chinese Export Famille Rose Plates

Two Chinese Export Porcelain Articles

A Chinese Export Blue and White Covered Tureen and Underplate

each depicting a flowering sprig within scroll, cartouche and diaper decorated border. Diameter 9 inches (each). Property from the Collection of Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois $600-800 290*

comprising a Famille Rose bowl and a shallow bowl worked to show birds of paradise amongst flowering sprigs. Diameter of first 9 inches. Property from the Collection of Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

A Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Charger

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each painted to show floral sprays and rockery within a similarly decorated border. Diameter 9 inches (each). Property from the Collection of Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

depicting two spotted ducks amongst floral blossoms. Diameter 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

Two Chinese Export Porcelain Articles

comprising a blue and white sauce boat and a Famille Rose underplate. Width of first over handle 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Margit and Tore Lindgren, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

Four Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Plates

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A Pair of Chinese Export CloisonnĂŠ Vases each of baluster form with foliate scrolls. Height 14 3/4 inches. $400-600

of octagonal form, the twin-handled tureen with applied rabbit head handles worked to show stags within a continuous landscape resting on a similarly decorated underplate, the lift-off cover surmounted by a pomegranate finial and decorated to show various floral blossoms. Height of tureen 7 1/4 inches. Property from Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois Provenance: Exhibited in the International Cinoa Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1974; no. 285 in The Grand Gallery catalogue $2,000-4,000 296*

A Pair of China Trade Paintings

each executed in gouache on paper or pith and depicting a Chinese junk, matted and set in giltwood frames. Height 11 x width 14 3/4 inches (visible). Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200

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A Chinese Export Painting on Paper

A Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Bowls

A Chinese Export Porcelain Soup Plate

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Provenance: H. Moog Fine Porcelains, Atlanta, GA $150-250

18TH/19TH CENTURY

depicting court officials and attendants in watercolor and gouache, in a giltwood frame. 9 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $600-800 298*

A Pair of Famille Rose Porcelain Plates EARLY 19TH CENTURY

each enameled to show a continuous band of figures surrounding arms, the arms of Caulfield, encircled by the motto Deo Duce Ferro Comitante. Diameter 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Lynda Willauer Antiques, Nantucket, MA, June 19, 1994 $400-600

each centered with arms and a stag crest within gilt and cobalt borders. Diameter 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

A Pair of Famille Rose Porcelain Saucers LATE 18TH CENTURY

with scenes of musicians on a balcony near a river, both having monochrome landscape cartouches on diaper pattern borders. Diameter 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Heirloom & Howard Ltd., London, June 11, 2001 $150-250 301*

A Famille Rose Porcelain Plate

enameled with foliate scrolls and flowers. Diameter 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $150-250

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decorated with three figures on a balcony. Diameter 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

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A Chinese Export Porcelain Mug LATE 18TH CENTURY

decorated with figures on a terrace within underglaze blue borders and having a dragon form handle. Height 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Heirloom & Howard Ltd., London, June 10, 2000 $200-400


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A Chinese Export Porcelain Mug

A Chinese Export Porcelain Soup Plate

A Chinese Export Porcelain Punch Bowl

LATE 18TH CENTURY

LATE 18TH CENTURY

decorated with figures on a terrace within underglaze blue borders. Height 4 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

decorated with flowering trees in tones of iron red, cobalt and gilt. Diameter 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

Provenance: Heirloom & Howard Ltd., London, June 10, 2000 $200-400

Provenance: H. Moog Fine Porcelains, Atlanta, GA (retains a paper label) $200-400

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A Chinese Export Porcelain Large Mug

having a dragon form handle and decorated with four figures in a garden, one side painted with a monochrome landscape on a diaper pattern reserve, together with a Chinese export porcelain teacup. Height 5 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

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A Chinese Export Porcelain Armorial Platter

with underglaze blue decoration. Diameter 18 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 309*

A Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Vases EARLY 19TH CENTURY

with alternating side panels depicting figures in polychrome and writhing dragons in iron red. Height 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

LATE 18TH CENTURY

monogrammed C on a shield beneath a phoenix crest, with gilt and cobalt borders. Width 20 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

Provenance: Lynda Willauer Antiques, Nantucket, MA. (retaining paper label) $300-500

Provenance: Trace Mayer Antiques, Louisville, KY, March 6, 2004 $800-1,200

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LATE 18TH CENTURY

A Chinese Portuguese Market Armorial Porcelain Plate

A Chinese Portuguese Market Armorial Porcelain Plate

A Pair of Nanking Cargo Porcelain Plates each decorated with a river landscape and floral borders. Diameter 9 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois

first quarter 18th century, centered with a coat-ofarms in the Imari palette. Diameter 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Katherine Maffitt O’Connor, St. Louis, Missouri

first quarter 18th century, centered with a coat-ofarms in the Imari palette. Diameter 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Katherine Maffitt O’Connor, St. Louis, Missouri

Provenance: Christie’s Amsterdam (retaining paper labels) H. Moog Fine Porcelains, Atlanta, GA (retaining paper labels) $300-500

Provenance: Christie’s January 26, 2006, Lot 21 $5,000-7,000

Provenance: Christie’s January 26, 2006, Lot 20 $5,000-7,000

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A Regency Style Mahogany Sofa Table

A Regency Parcel Gilt Mahogany Mirror

A Regency Mahogany Console Cabinet

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top with a reeded edge and two D-shaped leaves over two drawers, raised on twin lyriform supports joined by a turned stretcher and ending in brass paw form caps and casters. Height 29 1/2 x width 35 1/2 x depth 21 1/2 inches. $400-600

the crest centered with a gilt Prince of Wales plume, set with a rectangular plate within a gilt bezel. Height 41 1/4 x width 22 1/4 inches. $300-500

with a rectangular bow front top over two folding four-panel doors, set on a plinth base. Height 28 x width 57 x depth 16 inches. $600-800

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An English Tole Document Box

with bail handles and decoupaged decoration, raised on a later stand as a side table. Height overall 21 3/4 x width 23 1/2 x depth 16 inches. $300-500

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A Chinese Export Lacquered Tea Caddy 19TH CENTURY

having a hinged lid opening to a large pewter liner and cover. Height 5 1/8 x width 10 1/4 x depth 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $400-600 318*

A Chinese Export Lacquered Jewelry Chest 19TH CENTURY

having two doors opening to an arrangement of seven drawers, lacking two feet. Height 18 5/8 x width 14 3/4 x depth 7 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 317

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A Chinese Export Lacquered Jewelry Chest 19TH CENTURY

with two doors opening to five drawers, raised on bracket feet. Height 14 1/4 x width 11 1/8 x depth 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Spruce Antiques, Lake Forest, IL, January 31, 1998 $500-700 320

A Regency Black-Painted Work Table FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top with canted corners opening to a fitted interior with a silk basket, raised on square tapering legs joined by a medial shelf and ending in spade feet, with cream-painted decoration throughout. Height 29 1/2 x width 19 1/4 x depth 14 7/8 inches. $400-600 321

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A Regency Green-Painted Open Armchair FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

having a turned crest rail over two horizontal splats and a caned seat with an upholstered seat cushion, raised on turned tapering legs. Height 31 inches. $200-400 322

A Regency Parcel Gilt Rosewood Breakfast Table J. DOOLY & SONS, 19TH CENTURY

having a circular top over a plain frieze, raised on a columnar stem ending in a tripartite base with gilt paw feet and casters. Height 31 3/8 x diameter of top 42 inches. $2,000-4,000 323*

A Set of Six Regency Style Marquetry Dining Chairs 19TH CENTURY

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each vertical splat inlaid to show a ribbon-tied patera over a padded seat, raised on square tapering fore legs and saber rear legs. Height 32 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200


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A Set of Regency Mahogany Library or Bed Steps

A Replogle Twelve Inch Library Globe

19TH CENTURY

raised on turned legs. Height 27 x width 30 1/2 x depth 16 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: The Country House, Lake Forest, Illinois, December 28, 1998 $400-600

raised on a Regency style mahogany stand ending in four legs with brass paw form caps. Diameter of globe 12 inches, height overall 34 1/4 inches. $300-500 327

A William IV Mahogany Sofa Table 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top raised on twin supports ending in trestle bases, further set on melon feet with casters. Height 28 1/4 x width 47 1/2 x depth 23 1/4 inches. $500-700

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A Regency Rosewood Davenport Desk

with a leather-inset writing surface, one side set with a slide and four graduated drawers, raised on tapering legs ending in casters. Height 32 1/2 x width 16 3/4 x depth 22 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

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An English Mahogany Mantel Clock

329*

An English Brass and Ebony Inlaid Burlwood Mantel Clock HENRY THOMPSON, LONDON

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours within an arched case, the dial and works signed Henry Thompson London. Height 13 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 330

A Regency Walnut Settee 19TH CENTURY

having a caned seat within a simulated bamboo frame, raised on tapering legs joined by stretchers. Height 31 1/2 x width 66 x depth 23 1/2 inches. $500-700

GEORGE GIBBS, LONDON

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours set in a fan and foliate scroll worked case. Height 17 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

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A Regency Brass Banded Mahogany Writing Box having a hinged rectangular top opening to a fitted interior. Height 6 1/2 x width 13 3/4 x depth 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Waltraud Legat, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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A Regency Gilt Metal Mounted Oak Sofa

A Regency Mahogany Chest of Drawers

FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

with outscrolled arms, a padded back and a cushion seat, raised on outsplayed legs ending in brass caps and casters. Height 32 x width 80 1/2 x depth 26 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

having a marble top over three long drawers, raised on hairy paw feet. Height 34 1/2 x width 39 1/4 x depth 21 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $500-700

A Pair of Regency Gilt Bronze and Lacquer Two-Light Sconces

each with a vasiform backplate decorated with writhing dragons. Height 16 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

335

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A Regency Painted Tole Twin-Handled Jardinière

of flared cylindrical form, painted to show a musical trophy amongst floral blossoms. Height 8 3/4 x diameter 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $500-700

A Pair of Regency Lacquered Console Tables 19TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATION

each having a demilune top over a plain frieze, raised on square tapering legs ending in spade feet, with gilt Chinoiserie decoration throughout. Height 30 1/2 x width 48 x depth 22 1/2 inches. $1,000-1,500

A Regency Lacquered Side Cabinet 19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top over a drawer and two doors, raised on bracket feet and decorated with Chinoiserie scenes throughout. Height 34 3/4 x width 35 3/4 x depth 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth van Ella, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: A St. Louis, Missouri Collection Spruce Antiques, Lake Forest, Illinois, December 30, 1995 $600-800

332

335

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337

342

338

340

343

Artist Unknown

A Regency Mahogany Wellington Chest

A Victorian Marquetry and Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Games Table

(19th Century) Portrait of a Young Lady oil on canvas 29 1/2 x 25 inches. $600-800 339

An English Brass Jardinière 19TH CENTURY

of cylindrical form. Height 18 x diameter 17 1/2 inches. $300-500

19TH CENTURY

having a rectangular top over seven drawers and one secretary drawer, each set with two porcelain profile medallions, the whole raised on a plinth base. Height 59 x width 25 3/4 x depth 15 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 342*

A Pair of Regency Style Chiffoniers

each having mirrored super structure above the two grill inset doors, raised on turned feet. Height 55 1/2 x width 22 x depth 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

19TH CENTURY

of hinged rectangular form with foliate scroll and bellflower inlay, swiveling and opening to a felt playing surface above a frieze drawer to one side, raised on square tapering legs headed by busts and Ionic capitals and joined by a medial shelf. Height 29 3/4 x width 30 x depth when closed 19 3/4 inches. Property from the collection of Michael Appert, Chicago, IL $1,000-1,500

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344

343

348

344

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A Group of Thirteen Blown Glass Apothecary Bottles

A Pair of Edwardian Painted Satinwood Pedestals

A Pair of Edwardian Painted Satinwood Vitrine Cabinets

each of cylindrical form with gilt and polychrome painted labels. Height of tallest 10 inches. $1,500-2,500 345*

An English Silver-Plate Tantalus 19TH CENTURY

of typical form containing three cut glass decanters. Width 13 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mrs. James Vail, Lake Forest, Illinois $400-600

CIRCA 1910

CIRCA 1910

each having a marble top, inset with painted porcelain roundels and decorated with urns, garlands and ribbon tied roundels, raised on a plinth base. Height 43 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $1,500-2,500

each with a dentiled cornice above a glaze door opening to shelves, the lower section set with a drawer, raised on carved tapering legs ending in paw feet. Height 60 x width 25 x depth 14 inches (excluding base). Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $3,000-5,000 349*

An Edwardian Painted Satinwood Sideboard EARLY 20TH CENTURY

346

A Victorian Giltwood Mirror

having a rectangular frame with rounded top corners and a conforming plate. Height 31 3/4 x width 23 1/2 inches. $400-600

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having a shaped top over three frieze drawers and four panel doors, decorated with flowering urns and grisaille reserves depicting Bacchic putti, raised on tapering legs ending in spade feet. Height 33 7/8 x width 54 1/2 x depth 20 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200


350

An English Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase HEAL & SON, LONDON, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

in two parts, the superstructure with a broken arch pediment over four astragal glazed doors, the base set with two short drawers over two long drawers flanked by panel doors. Height 96 x width 91 x depth 25 inches. $800-1,200

350 101


351*

A Pair of Gilt Metal Mounted Cut Glass Table Lamps

each with a herringbone-cut hurricane shade, foliate collar and cylindrical base. Height 30 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $500-700 352

An English Mahogany Metamorphic Writing Table EARLY 20TH CENTURY

opening to an interior fitted for stationery and having a leather-inset writing surface, raised on square legs joined by stretchers. Height 31 x width 29 x depth 16 1/2 inches. $400-600 351

352

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353*

An Edwardian Parcel Ebonized Satinwood and Marquetry Breakfront Bookcase EARLY 20TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATION

the upper section having a stepped cornice over a plain frieze inlaid with ribbon-tied garlands above glazed doors opening to shelves, the lower section with a fall-front secretary drawer between two short drawers over three graduated drawers flanked by doors, all raised on a plinth base. Height 101 1/2 x width 69 x depth 25 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $800-1,200

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American Furniture and Decorative Arts Lots 354 – 381

Opposite: Lot 357 An American Walnut Banjo Clock


356

355

357

354

356*

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An American Painted Game Board

A Federal Mahogany and Églomisé Mantel Clock

An American Walnut Banjo Clock

19TH CENTURY

E. JONES, BOSTON, 19TH CENTURY

having a circular dial with Roman numeral hours over an églomisé panel painted to show an architectural landscape above a second panel depicting a similar scene, flanked by columnar supports, raised on bun feet. Height 38 inches. Property from the Collection of Herb and Roberta Nechin, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

having a brass eagle finial and a circular dial with Roman numerals, the reverse painted glass door decorated with a naval scene titled Hornet and Peacock. Height 32 1/2 x width 10 x depth 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Roger Curry, Bloomington, Indiana $1,500-2,500

decorated with a silhouette of a steam locomotive at one end. Height 22 3/4 x width 19 7/8 inches. $300-500 355*

An American Giltwood and Églomisé Tablet Mirror 19TH CENTURY

decorated with a landscape panel above a vertical rectangular plate. Height 35 x width 17 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Roger Curry, Bloomington, Indiana $200-400

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A Queen Anne Walnut and Maple Highboy

PORTSMOUTH OR DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, LATE 18TH CENTURY

in two parts, the upper section having a molded cornice above three aligned drawers and four graduated drawers, the lower section with an arrangement of four drawers and a carved shell centering the apron, raised on cabriole legs. Height 71 1/2 x width 38 1/2 x depth 20 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Roger Curry, Bloomington, Indiana Provenance: Roger Curry inherited the highboy from his grandparents, Joseph and Harriet Coe, of Durham, New Hampshire. It descended to the Coes from their relative, Mary Pickering Burt, who married Federal C. Burt (1789-1828), a minister of Durham. A handwritten note affixed to the inside of one drawer indicates that the highboy was probably a part of Mary’s wedding furniture at the time of her marriage. Federal Burt was probably a descendant of David Burt (1629-1690), an early settler of Northampton, Massachusetts who had many children. The Pickering and Coe families were joined when Joseph Coe (1782-1852) married Temperance Pickering (1788-1864). Both the Coe and Pickering families were prominent in the early days of Durham. The note in one drawer also indicates that the upper section and lower section were separated for many years, and that the top of the upper section was replaced when the two were reunited. The adjacent photograph shows the highboy in situ at the home of Joseph and Harriet Coe, circa 1900. $5,000-7,000

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359

An American Mahogany and Tiger Maple Ladies’ Writing Desk IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS BROOKS

361

363

An American Tiger Maple and Mahogany Chest of Drawers

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model

19TH CENTURY

having a raised gallery above the fitted fall front displaying letter slots and drawers, over a stand having a serpentine outline enclosing a single long drawer, raised on cabriole legs and spiral twist rear legs. Height 55 1/4 x width 33 1/2 x depth 14 inches. $400-600

having a rectangular top over a drawer above three graduated drawers flanked by turned columns, raised on turned feet. Height 48 1/4 x width 44 1/4 x depth 25 5/8 inches. $500-700

360

in two parts, the superstructure set with nine drawers, the base set with four drawers, the whole raised on cabriole legs. Height 71 x width 39 1/2 x depth 21 inches. $800-1,200

362

An American Mahogany Highboy

An American Federal Giltwood Mirror

the mirrorplate divided into one long and two short panels, having a knoped cornice and turned borders with floral decoration. Height 12 3/4 x width 43 1/2 inches. $700-900

THE CALIFORNIA

raised on a wood stand. Height 22 1/2 x length 43 1/2 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $1,000-2,000 364

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model THE YOUNG AMERICA

raised on a wood stand. Height 22 x length 33 1/2 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $800-1,200

362

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363 364

365

366

365

367

369

An American Polycrome Wood Ship Model

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model

POSSIBLY THE YOUNG AMERICA

raised on a wood stand. Height 24 x length 32 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $700-900 366

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model LIKELY THE CONSTITUTION

raised on a wood stand. Height 23 x length 31 1/2 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $700-900

in the form of a clipper ship, raised on a wood stand. Height 25 x length 30 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $400-600 368

THE MAYFLOWER

depicting the starboard section of the ship, raised on a wood stand. Height 16 3/4 x length 18 1/2 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $300-500

An American Polychrome Wood Ship Model LIKELY MODELED AFTER THE SANTA MARIA

raised on a wood stand. Height 21 x length 22 1/4 inches. Property from The History Museum, South Bend, Indiana Provenance: The Collection of Vincent Bendix, prior to 1968 $400-600

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374

371

370

371

372

A Renaissance Revival Walnut Server

A Renaissance Revival Mahogany Hall Étagère

A Renaissance Revival Mahogany Library Table

LATE 19TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

in two parts, the upper section with a spindled gallery and shelves supported by two figures, the lower section with a rectangular top over two drawers and two doors, raised on a molded plinth base. Height 91 x width 52 1/2 x depth 25 5/8 inches. $300-500

the upper crest carved to show a grotesque mask over numerous galleried tiers with mirrored backs centering a door with a portrait medallion, raised on square legs. Height 80 x width 50 1/2 x depth 14 1/2 inches. Property sold to benefit The Art Center, Highland Park, Illinois $600-800

having a rectangular top with an ogee frieze, raised on twin supports carved to show griffins and foliate forms, joined by a stretcher. Height 31 x width 58 1/4 x depth 31 7/8 inches. $700-900 373

A Pair of Steer Horns 20TH CENTURY

each mounted on Lucite bases. Height overall 23 1/2 inches. $200-400

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380*

A Victorian Horn Armchair

An American Diorama

Two Woven Baskets

LATE 19TH CENTURY

ATTRIBUTED TO NARCISSA THORNE

with a rectangular stuffover seat. Height 45 x width 33 x depth 25 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

depicting a Parisian street scene with an artist painting in front of Notre Dame cathedral. Height 13 1/4 x width 14 3/4 x depth 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

one of ovoid form with a swing handle and removable cover, the other open with a stationary handle. Height of taller 23 1/2 x diameter 15 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Perlita Campbell, Evanston, Illinois $300-500

378

381

375*

A Narcissa Thorne Diorama

depicting a Parisian cafe called Cafe de la Gare. Height 14 x width 17 x depth 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 376*

A Narcissa Thorne Diorama

depicting an artist seated by a stove. Height 14 1/4 x width 14 1/2 x depth 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Anne Kirchschlager, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

An American Walnut Wingback Sofa POSSIBLY KARPEN BROS., CIRCA 1900

lacking upholstery, with a foliate carved frame raised on cabriole legs. Height 33 3/4 x width 70 x depth 32 inches. $800-1,200 379*

A Pair of Glazed Terra Cotta Ornaments

in the form of eagles perched on rockery. Height 29 1/2 inches.

Provenance: By repute, gift from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to a friend $3,000-5,000

A Nantucket Basket, Jose Formosoreyes

of oval handled form surmounted with a seagull, dated 1959. Width 12 inches. Property from Barbara Busse Lawson Living Trust $800-1,200

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377

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Sculpture Lots 382– 416

Opposite: Lot 387 A French Terra Cotta Figural Group


382*

384

A Bronze Figural Group

A French Gilt Bronze Figure

PIERRE LEPAUTRE (1659-1744)

AFTER AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)

depicting Aeneas, Anchises and Ascanius, signed P Lepautre. height 23 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000

depicting a young girl seated on a rocky pedestal, signed Auguste Moreau. Height 17 1/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Michigan $600-800

383*

A French Gilt Bronze Figural Group

A French Bronze Figural Group

HIPPOLYTE ALEXANDRE JULIE MOULIN (18321884)

Un Secret d’en Haut, signed Moulin. Height overall 20 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $3,000-5,000

382

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385 ÉDOUARD DROUOT (1859-1945)

depicting two putti carting a heavy urn, the reverse signed E. Drouot. Height 5 5/8 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Michigan $400-600

383


388

387

386

388*

A French Bronze Animalier Figure

A French Bronze Figure

JULES MOIGNIEZ (1835-1894)

PAUL DUBOIS (1827-1905)

depicting a saddled horse, raised on a naturalistic base, signed J. Moigniez. Height 12 3/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Michigan $500-700

Le Courage Militaire signed P Dubois, with the F. Barbedienne foundry mark. Height 20 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

387

A French Terra Cotta Figural Group

389

389*

ALBERT-ERNEST CARRIER-BELLEUSE (1824-1887)

A French Bronze Figure

depicting two putti allegorical of Harvest, signed A. Carrier and dated 1864 at the back, raised on a giltwood base. Width 16 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000

depicting a standing cupid, signed J Coutan Rome, with a French foundry mark. Height 26 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000

JULES FELIX COUTAN (1848-1939)

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390

396

392

390

392

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A French Bronze Figural Group

A French Bronze Figure of Vercingetorix

A Patinated Bronze Figure

EMILE-ANDRE BOISSEAU (1842-1923)

AIME MILLET (1819-1891)

La Defense du Foyer, the base with a plaque bearing the title and marked Salon des Beaux-Arts. Height 35 inches. Property from the Family of Giovanni Macario, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000

after the monument at the site of Alesia near AliseSainte-Reine, signed Aime Millet at the base and numbered 5640. Height overall 23 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000

391*

393

396*

A Pair of Continental Bronze Animalier Figures

A Cast Metal Figural Group

A French Bronze Animalier Figure FERDINAND PAUTROT (1832-1874)

depicting a dove on a naturalistic base. Height 6 1/2 x width 12 inches. Property from the Collection of Ned Barthelmas, Columbus, Ohio $500-700

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20TH CENTURY

each depicting a seated lion on a rectangular marble base with canted corners, mounted as lamps with silk shades. Height overall 30 3/4 inches. $600-800

depicting a man carrying a boulder, signed indistinctly. Height 21 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

depicting Hercules and Antaeus, apparently unsigned. Height 23 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

394

397

A Continental Bronze Figural Lamp Base

A Grand Tour Bronze Figural Group

FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY

19TH CENTURY

depicting Atlas holding the world on his shoulders. Height 21 1/2 inches. $300-500

depicting a charioteer with two horses, on a marble base. Width overall 12 1/2 inches. $500-700


398

403

406*

A Grand Tour Bronze Figure of Narcissus

A Continental Alabaster Figure

A German Bronze Figure

depicting Joan of Arc, apparently unmarked. Height 23 1/2 inches. $700-900

AFTER THE ANTIQUE

set on a circular base. Height 24 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

404*

399

A Continental Cast Metal Figure

An Italian Marble Figural Group

AFTER ARTHUR WAAGEN (GERMAN, 1833-1898)

depicting a young girl and a seated dog raised on a circular base, incised A. Taglioni, Roma 1881, set on an octagonal base. Height 47 inches. $1,000-2,000

depicting the boxer John L. Sullivan with raised fists, signed Waagen at the base. Height 25 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Jerry Lavin of the Pompian Shop, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

400

405*

An Italian Alabaster Figure

A Continental Cast Metal Figure

A. TAGLIONI, 1881,

19TH/20TH CENTURY

AFTER ARTHUR WAAGEN (GERMAN, 1833-1898)

depicting a lady in a bonnet holding flowers near a wall. Height 30 inches. $800-1,200

depicting the boxer “Gentleman� Jim Corbett with raised fists, signed Waagen at the base. Height 26 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Jerry Lavin of the Pompian Shop, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

401*

A Continental Marble Column

having a circular top over a standard, raised on a stepped octagonal foot. Height 42 1/8 x diameter 10 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

399

RUDOLF MARCUSE (1878-1930)

signed Rudolf Marcuse, with the H Gladenbeck and Sohn foundry mark. Height overall 22 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000 407*

An Austrian Bronze Figure FRANZ BARWIG THE ELDER (1868-1931)

Adam, stamped Erzgiesserei Ag Wien, Made in Austria. Height 23 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000 408*

An American Bronze Figure FREDERICK WILLIAM MACMONNIES (1863-1937)

Diana, signed F MacMonnies, 1890, copyright 1891, with an E. Gruet Paris foundry mark. Height 30 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Governor James Thompson, Chicago, Illinois $8,000-12,000

408

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410*

A Continental Glazed Stoneware Figural Group

Four Parian Busts of Children

depicting a draped man and a woman in pelts with a club, both seated on a bench. Height 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of John M. Harney, St. Louis, Missouri $500-700

comprising two examples by James & Thomas Bevington each depicting an allegory of a season, and two other examples depicting a peasant boy and girl. Height of first 8 1/4 inches. $300-500

411

413

Two Parian Busts

each depicting a maiden, comprising a robed maiden with wavy hair and a topless maiden with a floral corona. Height of first 11 1/4 inches. $300-500

410

Eight Parian Table Articles

comprising a figure of Mercury, a putto and floral decorated candlestick, a whippet, a nude maiden carrying a jug, a joyful child, and three busts. Height of first 8 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Peru, Illinois $400-600

411

412

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414

A Minton Parian Figure 1885, JOHN BELL

Lalage, depicting the robed maiden with a scroll tucked between her breasts, partially beneath her gown, seated on rockery, incised “John Bell� to the reverse. Height 16 inches. $400-600 415

A Copeland Parian Figure

LATE 19TH CENTURY, AFTER RAFFAELO MONTI (1818-1881)

Nora Creina, the lady depicted standing holding back her robe as she walks, raised on a circular base. Height 21 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000 416

A Continental Bronze Bust

depicting Edward VII, signed indistinctly at the back and raised on a marble socle. Height 14 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 416

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Rugs and Carpets Lots 417 – 428

Opposite: Lot 419 A Kirman Wool Carpet


417

419

417*

419*

A Sarouk Wool Rug

A Kirman Wool Carpet

16 feet 1 inch x 10 feet 11 inches. Property from the Claudia R. Luebbers Trust, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500 418

A Northwest Persian Wool Rug

14 feet 4 inches x 9 feet 10 inches. $600-800

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SOUTHEAST PERSIA, CIRCA 1920s

23 feet 6 inches x 11 feet 2 inches. Property from the Collection of Terry Reid, Ontonagon, Michigan $8,000-12,000 420*

A Kilim Wool Rug

10 feet 3 inches x 5 feet 1 inch. Property from the Collection of Herb and Roberta Nechin, Chicago, Illinois $500-700


421

A Bahktiari Wool Rug

13 feet 4 inches x 10 feet 8 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 422*

A Northwest Persian Wool Rug

9 feet 10 inches x 7 feet 5 inches. Property from the Claudia R. Luebbers Trust, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

421

422

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423

A Turkish Wool Rug

9 feet 2 3/4 inches x 6 feet 5 inches. $1,500-2,500 424

An Oushak Wool Rug

15 feet 6 inches x 12 feet. $1,000-2,000 425

A Chinese Silk and Wool Rug

9 feet 1 inch x 5 feet 10 1/2 inches. $400-600 426

A Chinese Wool Rug

11 feet 5 inches x 8 feet 11 inches. $700-900 427

A Chinese Wool Rug

11 feet 4 inches x 8 feet 8 inches. $700-900 428

A Continental Wool Rug

15 feet 2 inches x 6 feet 9 inches. $1,000-2,000

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Anne Farr Specialist annefarr@lesliehindman.com Jamie Henderson Account Executive/Cataloguer jamiehenderson@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4226 Tom Eitan Tashey, G.G Junior Specialist thomastashey@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4232 Allison Osborn Account Executive allisonosborn@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4213 Hazel Kent Account Executive hazelkent@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4223 Luxury Accessories and Vintage Fashion Anne Forman Director anneforman@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4222

REGIONAL AUCTION HOUSES Jim Sharp Director jim@lesliehindman.com 312.334.4203 Caitlin Cruickshank Regional Consignment Manager caitlin@lesliehindman.com 312.447.3285

1300 Third Street South, Suite 201 Naples, Florida 34102 239.643.4448

Milwaukee 525 East Chicago Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 414.220.9200

Denver 960 Cherokee Street Denver, Colorado 80204 303.825.1855

St. Louis 32 North Brentwood Boulevard Clayton, Missouri 63105 314.833.0833

REGIONAL OFFICES Palm Beach 324 Royal Palm Way Palm Beach, Florida 33480 561.833.8053

Regional Representatives Rockford, Illinois Janet Moore 815.399.3983 Mid Atlantic Roger Schrenk and Chris Fultz 703.217.3811 Ohio Macy Nyhart Hansen 513.560.3200

International Representative Tina Fisher Grow 561.315.9100


Guide for Prospective Sellers Evaluation of Property If you have property you wish to sell, please call our Consignment Department at 312.280.1212 to arrange for a consultation. At that time, you may make an appointment to bring your property or photographs, along with any other pertinent information, to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and we will be happy to provide you with complimentary estimates and advice. If you have a large collection, an appointment may be made to evaluate the property on-site. Fees for on-site visits may vary. Standard Commission Rates Our standard rate of commission is equal to ten percent (10%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $5,001 or more; fifteen percent (15%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $2,001 or more but less than $5,001; and twenty-five percent (25%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $2000 and less with a minimum commission of $25 per lot sold. If your property fails to reach the reserve price agreed upon between you and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., you may be obligated to pay a reduced commission rate of five percent (5%) of the reserve price. Shipping Arrangements Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. can advise you as to how to have your property delivered to our galleries. Packing, shipping and insurance are payable by the seller. In certain instances, packing and shipping costs may be paid by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and deducted from the proceeds of the sale. We may recommend packers and shippers, but we are not responsible for their acts or omissions. Appraisals Appraisals can be arranged for insurance, donation, estate tax, family division or other purposes. Appraisal fees vary according to circumstances. Please contact our Estates and Appraisals Department at 312.280.1212 for further information.

Guide for Prospective Buyers Conditions of Sale Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. encourages all prospective buyers to read the Conditions of Sale printed in this catalogue. Exhibitions Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. recommends that all prospective buyers attend the pre-sale exhibition prior to the auction. Staff members are available at our pre-sale exhibitions to advise prospective buyers on particular objects or on any aspect of the bidding process. Estimates Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. provides catalogue descriptions and pre-auction estimates for each lot included in the sale. These estimates are a guide for prospective bidders. They are not definitive. All pre-sale estimates are subject to revision. Condition Reports We are happy to provide a condition report for lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. Nevertheless, intending buyers are reminded that condition reports are statements of our opinion only, and that each lot is sold “AS IS,” per our Conditions of Sale, as outlined in the back of this catalogue. All lots should be viewed personally by prospective buyers or their agents to evaluate the condition of the property offered for sale due to the highly subjective nature of condition reports. Bidding at Auction The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium as well as any applicable taxes.

Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: $0-$200 $10 $200-$500 $25 $500-$1,000 $50 $1,000-$2,000 $100 $2,000-$5,000 $200 $5,000-$10,000 $500 $10,000-$20,000 $1,000 $20,000-$50,000 $2,000 $50,000-$100,000 $5,000 $100,000-$200,000 $10,000 Over $200,000 Auctioneer’s discretion

In-House Bidding Live bidding at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is by paddle only. Please register for a paddle at the entrance of the sales room. If you are the successful bidder, your paddle number and the hammer price will be announced by the auctioneer. Online Bidding Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. allows absentee and live bidding through our website at www.lesliehindman.com as well as absentee and live bidding through third party online bidding providers which vary by sale. For more information regarding online bidding please visit our website at www.lesliehindman.com. Absentee Bidding If you are unable to attend an auction, you may use the absentee bid form provided at the back of this catalogue. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will exercise written order bids and telephone bids at no additional charge. Lots will always be sold as inexpensively as is allowed other bids and reserves as are on our books or bids executed in competition from the audience. Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.

Driving Directions/Parking From the WEST: Take I-290 east. Take the Paulina Street/Ashland Boulevard exit 28B. Stay straight to go onto West Congress Parkway. Turn left onto South Paulina Street. Take a slight right onto West Ogden Avenue. Turn right onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the left side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the NORTH/NORTHWEST: Take I-90/I-94 east toward Chicago. Take the Ogden Avenue exit 50A. Stay straight to go onto North Racine Avenue. Turn right onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the SOUTHWEST: Take I-55 north. Exit 292A I-90/I-94 W Wisconsin Follow I-90/I-94 W Wisconsin to the Lake Street exit 51A. Turn left onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the SOUTH/SOUTHEAST: Take I-90/I-94 west Follow I-90/I-94 W via the exit on the left toward Chicago Loop. Take the Lake Street exit 51A and turn left onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. Parking: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has a private parking lot located on Ada Street, diagonally across the street from our entrance.

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Conditions of Sale LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS, INC. AS AGENT The lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. as owner or as agent for consignor(s) subject to the following terms and conditions. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale.

BEFORE THE SALE Prospective buyers are strongly advised to personally examine any property in which they are interested before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request, on lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. All lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse and neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any warranties or representations, express or implied with respect to such lots. Neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. No statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in the catalogue, or in supplements to the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and its consignor(s) make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in the catalogue.

AT THE SALE Refusal of Admission Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid. Registration before Bidding A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require bank or other financial references. Bidding as Principal When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and all other applicable charges, unless it has been explicitly agreed upon in writing with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., and that Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will only look to the principal for payment. Absentee Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out written bids given to us at least 24 hours prior to the sale for the convenience of clients who are not present at the auction in person, by an agent or by telephone. Bids must be placed in U.S. dollars. If we receive written bids on a particular lot for identical amounts, and these are the highest bids on the lot at the auction, it will be sold to the person whose written bid was received and accepted first. Execution of written bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale and we do not accept liability for failing to execute a written bid or for errors and omissions in connection with the written bid. Telephone Bids On lots with a low estimate of $300 and above and if a prospective buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in the bidding by telephone and we do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connection with telephone bidding. These telephone bids may be recorded at the discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.

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Online Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the Internet or software malfunctions related to the execution of online bids. Reserves Some lots in the sale are subject to a reserve which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with consignors or, in the absence thereof, the absolute discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders. With respect to lots that are offered without reserve, unless there are already competing bids, the auctioneer, in his or her discretion, will generally open the bidding at half of the low estimate for the lot. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer may proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized, and then continue up from that amount. Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his or her absolute and sole discretion to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding in such a manner as he or she may decide, to withdraw any lot, and in the case of error or dispute, and whether during or after the sale, to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale or to reoffer and resell the item in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale record is conclusive. Successful Bid The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In the case of a tie bid, the winning bidder will determined by the auctioneer at his or her sole discretion. In the event of a dispute between bidders, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. sale record shall be conclusive. Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and the bidder assumes full risk and responsibility.

AFTER THE SALE Buyer’s Premium In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium and the applicable sales tax added to the final total. The buyer’s premium for all purchases except via live online bidding is twenty-five (25%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty percent (20%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and twelve percent (12%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000. The buyer’s premium for purchases made via live online bidding is twenty-six (26%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty-one percent (21%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and thirteen percent (13%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000.

Payment The buyer must pay the entire amount due (including the hammer price, buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and other charges) no later than 5 p.m. on the seventh (7) business day following the sale. Payment in U.S. dollars may be made with cash; bank check or cashier’s check drawn on a U.S. bank; money order; or wire transfer unless other arrangements are made with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a handling charge of $50 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.


Collecting Purchases Once Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has received all funds due to us, the buyer shall collect purchased lots within seven (7) business days from the date of the sale.

LIABILITY

Packing and Shipping If your bid is successful, we can provide you with a list of shippers. We will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us. Property will not be released to the shipper without the buyer’s written consent and until payment has been made in full. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser, and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will have no liability of any loss or damage to such items.

Condition Reports Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for the correctness of any statement of any kind concerning any lot, whether written or oral, nor for any other errors or omissions in description or for any faults or defects in any lot. Neither the seller, ourselves, our officers, employees or agents, give any representation, warranty or guarantee or assume any liability of any kind in respect of any lot with regard to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, description, size, quality, condition, attribution, completeness, authorship, authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibition history, literature or historical relevance. Except as required by local law any warranty of any kind whatsoever is excluded by this paragraph. Items under $1,000 are collated upon request.

Non Payment If we do not receive payment in full, in good cleared funds, within seven (7) business days following the sale, we are entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following measures, in addition to any additional actions available to us by law:

Purchased Lots If for any reason a purchased lot cannot be delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser.

a.) to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per thirty (30) days of the total purchase price

Legal Ramifications The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the jurisdiction in Illinois. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.

b.) to hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to begin legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law c.) to cancel the sale d.) to resell the property publicly or privately with such terms as we find appropriate, to resell the property at public auction without reserve, and with the purchaser liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us, any property in our possession owned by such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, we have confirmed their authenticity.

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f.) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auction by or on behalf of the buyer g.) to take other action as we find necessary or appropriate

Failure to Collect Purchases If property is not picked up within seven (7) business days following the sale, whether or not payment has been made, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to charge $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than seven (7) business days following the sale. In addition, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. For property that is not picked up after thirty (30) calendar days, an additional administration fee of $75 will be charged. Property which is paid for but left on our premises for any reason in excess of sixty (60) calendar days is subject to sale by us with the balance of any funds recovered in excess of storage charges and any other fees being remitted to you.

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Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: $0 - $200 ........................................................ $10 $200 - $500 ....................................................... $25 $500 - $1,000 .................................................... $50 $1,000 - $2,000 ................................................. $100 $2,000 - $5,000 ................................................ $200 $5,000 - $10,000 ............................................... $500 $10,000 - $20,000 ........................................... $1,000 $20,000 - $50,000 .......................................... $2,000 $50,000 - $100,000 ........................................ $5,000 $100,000 - $200,000 ..................................... $10,000 Over > $200,000 ...... Auctioneer’s Discretion For absentee bids, indicate your limit for each lot. Your bids will be executed at the lowest prices allowed by reserves and competing bids. If we receive more than one bid of the same value, the first one received will take precedence. A per lot buyer’s premium is added to the final hammer price as per the following: $0 - $50,000 ............................................................. 25% $50,001 - $1,000,000 ............................................. 20% $1,000,001 + ................................................................. 12% Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for failure or other inadvertent errors relating to the execution of your bids.

First time bidders please provide proof of identification: Passport / Driver’s License / National Identity Card Lot Number

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Absentee Bid

PHONE BID

Back-up Bid

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