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New Orleans Auction

g a l l e r i eFINE s ART AUCTION

December 7-8, 2019APRIL 22, 2017


Estates Auction

December 7-8, 2019

New Orleans Auction galleries

333 Saint Joseph Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 www.neworleansauction.com | info@neworleansauction.com | 504-566-1849 LA Auction License AB-363, Steinkamp #1265, Thomas #1833, Eichenwald #1922 | 25% Buyer’s Premium

Pictured Left: Lot 351 | Pictured Above: Lot 610 | Front Cover: Lot 350 | Back Cover: Lot 832


Exhibition:

Lot Schedule:

Please note that times are approximate

November 25 - December 6, 2019 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 7, 2019 Lots 1 - 546

Saturday, November 30, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Friday, November 29

Evening Reception & Holiday Celebration: Thursday, December 5, 2019 5 - 7:00 p.m.

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Featured Property:

Sunday, December 8, 2019 Lots 547 - 1017

The Estate of Donald J. Hurst Waterloo, Iowa

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LETTER FROM THE CEO More years ago than I care to remember, I was a single, working mom with all of the responsibilities that come with that way of life. But no matter the circumstances, I always happily greeted the holiday season as a time to celebrate joy for joy’s sake. My little one and I lived in New Orleans on the top floor of a tiny, two-story walk-up, which was more old and cold than charming. But at Christmas, with our tree festooned with multicolored lights and a mismatch of sparkly decorations placed here and there, our little place in the world glowed with unabashed holiday cheer. One of my treasured holiday traditions at that time was settling into my fluffy sofa late in the evening when all was as still as a mouse, with a cup of steaming cinnamon tea in one hand and the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book in the other. Despite my situation and ever the optimist, I’ve always dreamed big, and that book allowed my imagination to soar. I wondered at marvels like his-and-her hot air balloons, Chinese junks, camels to be had for your very own, Cinderella ballgowns and so much more. It was a paper-and-ink portal to a lifestyle that was so foreign to mine, and so fascinating! One Christmas Book tradition I particularly enjoyed was the showcasing of luxury, eclectic automobiles. Beginning with the BMW Z3 roadster in 1995, the cars often sold out in 24 hours. So you can imagine my excitement when I learned New Orleans Auction Galleries would offer “The Blue Dog Bug” (lot 859) in our holiday auction – Saturday, Dec. 7 and Sunday, Dec. 8 – just in time for holiday wish lists. This one-of-a-kind, hand-painted car by iconic Louisiana artist George Rodrigue was a special commission through Neiman Marcus as one of its famed fantasy Christmas gifts in 2000. As I admired “The Blue Dog Bug” on the auction floor, the glow of the memories warmed me. Here, right in front of me, was an actual Neiman Marcus Christmas Book fantasy gift brought to gleaming, beautiful life.

Without question, we are all dyed-in-the-(blue)-wool Rodrigue enthusiasts at NOAG, so we are also honored to offer “God Bless America,” the original painting created by Rodrigue after the tragic 9/11 terrorism attacks. This iconic work was made even more popular in its print edition, which raised $500,000 for the related American Red Cross recovery efforts. It’s truly a piece of cherished American history. Also being offered is a special collection of art glass, including works by Dale Chihuly and Lino Tagliapietra, a dazzling selection of jewelry, important pieces of American furniture from the estate of Donald J. Hurst and so much more. So grab a cup of something warm, snuggle in and start a wish list with NOAG’s very own holiday book. You can also take an in-person peek at our more than 1,000 lots by joining us for NOAG’s annual holiday celebration and auction preview, Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m., featuring traditional holiday fare and festive cocktails. From the entire NOAG family to yours, we wish you the happiest of holidays and a New Year filled with joy. And wherever you are and whatever you do, make sure to dream big!

Susan D. Sarofim CEO


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October 12-13 Estates Auction Preview Reception 1. Glenda & Brandt Dufrene; 2. Marilyn, Sheila & Kathleen Connolly; 3. Ted & Barbara Argote; 4. Cynthia Lecount & Nette Shaw; 5. Frances Cordell & Jack Pruitt; 6. Dean & Leah Foster; 7. Tessa Steinkamp, Burke & Jelena James

October 24 Fine Jewelry, Furs & Accessories Houston Reception (Right) 1. Taylor Eichenwald, Lori Sarofim, Stephanie Von Stein & Mark Schusterman; 2. Jana & Scotty Arnoldy; 3. Joe Pacetti, Joan Blaffer Johnson & Burke; 4. Sandy Barrett, John & Julie Cogan; 5. Keith & Alice Mosing; 6. Maurice Mose, Mario Tort & David Lee; 7. Sunny Lee

& Larry Brookshire; 8. Lesha Elsenbrook, Barbara Van Postman, Terrie Hogan, Hallie Vanderhider & Anne Neeson; 9. Fady Armanious, Susan D. Sarofim & Taylor Eichenwald; 10. Abby & Chris Venegas; 11. Mary Grace Gray & Tiziana Triolo; 12. Barbara Van Postman, Bob Bowman & Leisa Holland Nelson


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F E AT U R E D P R O P E R T Y

The Estate of Donald J. Hurst Waterloo, Iowa

Donald J. Hurst, a loving father and self-made businessman, was born July 11, 1929 and raised on a farm south of Waterloo, Iowa. As with many families living in the Midwest during the Great Depression, Don faced immense challenges and financial hardship. He recalled his family living in the barn, even in the dead of winter with sub-zero temperatures, so they could rent the main house in order to survive financially. Don also recalled walking along the railroad tracks with his brothers to pick up coal that fell off the trains for the family to burn.

Iowa. He and an assistant were plumbing over 500 houses a year. His business expanded to include outside excavation work – putting sewer and water services into the houses – as well as the interior plumbing.

Donald Hurst’s humble beginnings fueled his desire to succeed in life. As a young man, he worked on the railroad section crew laying tracks by hand, hard physical labor that required swinging a sledgehammer all day. After a couple of years working on the railroad, he took a job working for a local gas company digging ditches by hand to install gas services. He and his identical twin brother, Richard, were such efficient workers that they never got promoted up the ranks.

Donald and Gloria raised four children together and shared a passion for collecting antiques, traveling together to search for one-of-a-kind pieces. He had a tremendous love and appreciation for the beauty and craftsmanship of the antiques in his collection. In particular, his passion for collecting Belter furniture made him well known and respected among dealers and collectors alike.

After meeting his wife, Gloria Keough, and having two children, he started his own plumbing business in Waterloo,

Hurst’s business eventually began doing major state and municipal utility contracts and even worked as far as the east coast of Maryland, where his company installed an entire new underground steam system on Andrews Air Force Base, including the hangars for Air Force One.

New Orleans Auction Galleries is honored to offer important American furniture and decorative arts from the Estate of Donald J. Hurst.


SESSION I

Saturday, December 7, 2019 Lots 1 - 546

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1 Two Large French Terracotta Olive Jars 19th century, with a worn interior yellow and melon glaze, the exteriors retaining a rich patina. h. 42”, dia. 30” $1,500-$2,500 2 Two French Terracotta Olive Jars 19th century, with an interior yellow glaze, the exterior retaining a rich patina. h. 26”, dia. 21” $1,000-$1,500 3 Regence-Style Fruitwood and Marble-Top Commode

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the marble top with a scalloped front, above a conforming case fitted with three long bi-paneled drawers, raised on molded block feet. h. 37”, w. 52”, d. 25-1/4” $1,200-$1,800 4 Regence-Style Fruitwood and Marble-Top Commode the marble top with a scalloped front, above a conforming case fitted with three long bi-paneled drawers, raised on molded block feet. h. 37”, w. 52”, d. 25-1/4” $1,200-$1,800

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5 Martin Coulaud (French, 1860-1906) “Girl with Geese” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 18-1/4” x 25-3/4”, framed 24” x 31” $1,500-$2,500

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6 Wilhelm Schutze (German, 1840-1898) “The Stolen Treat”, 1872 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 22” x 18-1/2”, framed 30-1/2” x 26” $7,000-$10,000

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7 Two French Patinated Bronzes first quarter 20th century, including “Mouton”, after Isidore Bonheur (French, 1827-1901), cast signature along edge of self-base, and “Mouton Broutant”, after Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899), cast signature along edge of self-base. former h. 7-3/8”, w. 10”, d. 4”, latter h. 4-3/8”, w. 8”, d. 3-5/8” Provenance: Bruce McCashin Collection. $1,000-$1,500

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8 Suite of Eight French Provincial Fruitwood Dining Chairs comprised of three armchairs and five side chairs, all with domed ladder backs above the cushioned rush seat, raised on turned and fluted tapering circular legs joined by an H-form stretcher and ending in toupie feet. h. 37” $1,000-$1,500

9 Regence Walnut Commode 18th century, the shaped and rounded rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two long tri-paneled drawers above a shaped shell-carved apron, raised on cabriole legs. h. 33-1/2”, w. 44-1/2”, d. 22-1/2” 10

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10 Lithographed Tin “Hercules” Toy Ferris Wheel ca. 1930-1950, New York, now mounted as a lamp, made by the J. Chein Company, the wind-up toy featuring sideshow freaks on the lower side panels, mounted with a shade. h. 15-1/4”, w. 16-1/4”, d. 16-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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11 Louis XV-Style Fruitwood Dressing Table 19th century, the top with fold-out ends opening to reveal storage bins, the center top folding back on a sliding mechanism to reveal a looking glass, the apron with a pair of drawers, the sides with raised panels, the back finished, raised on cabriole legs. h. 31”, w. 31-1/2”, d. 17”, ext. w. 42” $1,000-$1,500 12 Provincial Regence Fruitwood Commode mid-18th century, the rounded rectangular top slightly bowed and above a conforming case fitted with two long drawers, each paneled, the sides also paneled, raised above a shaped apron on cabriole legs ending in pointed toes. h. 32-1/2”, w. 39-1/2”, d. 20”

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13 Provincial Louis XV Fruitwood Buffet 18th century, the rounded rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two drawers over two cupboard doors, each inset with a shaped panel and over a shaped apron, raised on scrolled toes. h. 39-1/2”, w. 55-1/2”, d. 20-1/2” $800-$1,200 14 Jef Louis van Leemputten (Belgian, 1865-1948) “Shepherd and Flock Crossing a Creek” oil on canvas signed with a pseudonym. Framed. 25-1/2” x 34”, framed 32” x 40” $1,500-$2,500

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15 Balthasar Paul Ommeganck (Flemish/Belgian, 1755-1826) “Country Landscape with Farm, Cattle and Sheep” oil on wood panel signed lower left. Framed. 21” x 18”, framed 31” x 29” $1,500-$2,500 16 C. Bourne (British, 19th Century) “Farm Scene”, 1850 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 19-1/4” x 29”, framed 26” x 35-1/4” $2,000-$4,000 17 Cornelis Koppenol (Dutch, 1865-1946) “Mother and Children” oil on canvas signed lower left, a “Guillaume Campo, Antwerp” inventory label on stretcher. Framed. 39-5/8” x 31-1/2”, framed 48” x 40-1/4” $2,500-$4,000

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18 Studio of Yulievich Klever (Russian, 1850-1924) “Winter Evening”, 1889 oil on linen signed in Cyrillic and dated lower right. Framed; together with a copy of the Sotheby’s sales catalogue. 29” x 22-1/2”, framed 38-1/2” x 32-1/4” Provenance: Sotheby’s, Olympia, London, November 30, 2006, lot 26. $3,000-$5,000

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20 Giovanni Bartolena (Italian, 1866-1942) “Village Scene” oil on canvas signed lower right. Presented in a giltwood frame. 25” x 31-1/2”, framed 35-1/2 x 43” $3,000-$5,000 19

19 Harald Julius Niels Pryn (Danish, 1891-1968) “Winter Landscape” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 13” x 16-3/4”, framed 18-1/4” x 22 “ $1,500-$2,500

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21 Hendrik Pieter Koekkoek (Dutch, 1843-1895) “Travelers on the Country Road” oil on canvas signed lower center. Framed. 24” x 36”, framed 29-1/2” x 41” $3,000-$5,000

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22 Wilhelm Lommen (German, 1838-1895) “Landscape with Cattle and Windmill” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 21-1/2” x 34”, framed 26-3/4” x 39-1/4” $3,000-$5,000

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23 Jef Louis van Leemputten (Belgian, 1865-1948) “Farm Scene with Mare, Fowl and Dog” oil on canvas signed lower right, verso with an old hand-inscribed label. Framed. 12” x 16”, framed 17-1/2” x 21-1/2” $1,500-$2,500

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24 Spanish Line-Inlaid Walnut Vargueno on Table 17th century, the case with a lift top and fall front opening to reveal an interior fitted with drawers and a door, the interior and case adorned with pierced metal rosettes backed by crimson cloth, now mounted on an antique table with scroll front legs and a trestle base. h. 46-1/4”, w. 41-1/2”, d. 22” $1,500-$2,500

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first half 20th century, the sectional, circular top centered by a shallow inset brass twin handle tray, with pierced dome-form cover, the surround decorated with alternating brass floral motifs and studs, raised on four turned legs terminating in bun feet, joined with a conforming circular stretcher. h. 19”, dia. 39” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $1,200-$1,800

26 Continental Walnut Farmhouse Table 19th century, the plank top supported by substantial square legs, the legs with chamfered lower sections joined by side stretchers, with pegged construction. h. 31”, w. 34-1/4”, l. 90-1/4” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,200-$1,800

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27 Continental Fruitwood Armchair 18th century, in the Renaissance style, the tall, padded rectangular back surmounted by a domed and molded crest centered by a figure of the god Mercury, flanked to either side by carved sphinx uprights, joined to the cushioned wooden seat by flat arms on putti uprights, raised on fluted columnar legs joined by an H-form stretcher and ending in bun feet. h. 48-1/2” $800-$1,200

28 Flemish School (Fourth Quarter 16th Century/First Quarter 17th Century) “Crucifixion with Mary and St. John the Baptist” oil on wood panel backed by cradle board unsigned. Framed. 15-1/8” x 11-14”, framed 21-3/4” x 18”

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Provenance: Collection of Bert Piso, Louisiana. Exhibited: Probably “The Bert Piso Collection of Dutch Art”, New Orleans Museum of Art, November 22, 1981-February 7, 1982. $7,000-$10,000 Bert Piso, a Java-born Dutchman, was an art historian, appraiser and dealer in the Mississippi/New Orleans area for more than three decades, and was one of the leading authorities on 17th-century Dutch art and fine Chinese porcelain. He served on numerous city boards and renovated an old home in the French Quarter at 829 Barracks Street in 1967. In 1981, the New Orleans Museum of Art honored the late Piso with an exhibition of his 17th-century Dutch/Flemish collection, which included works by de Heem, van de Velde, Berchem, Cuyp, and Berckheyde, not to mention lesser known works which likely included this fine crucifixion scene.

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29 Carved Wooden “Salvator Mundi” Figure 18th century, Continental, depicting Christ with one arm raised, the other grasping a globe. h. 19-1/2”, w. 16-3/4”, d. 11-1/2” $1,500-$2,500

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30 Pair of Italian Carved Giltwood Sconces fourth quarter 19th century, in the Baroque taste, the backplates with bold scroll carving, accented with leaves and a central cabochon, the arms carved to match, the standard with swags of fruit and the drip pans with leaf-carved edges. h. 20”, w. 12-1/4”, d. 15-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. 30

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31 Giltwood Mirror in the Italian Baroque Taste 20th century, the ogee-molded surround decorated with acanthus leaves and set with scrolled corners, cabochons and anthemia, the scrolled crest decorated with a masque, set with a beveled mirror plate. h. 53”, w. 37” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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32 Wilhelm Schiller & Sons Majolica Jardiniere on Stand ca. 1885-1917, Bohemian, in the rococo taste, with scrolled handles, the bodies of the jardiniere and stand decorated with scroll framed panels of prunus branches, against a ground of latticework, inset with molded and scrolled medallions, signed with a raised “WS&S” on the bottom. h. 61”, w. 20-3/4”, d. 12-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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33 Impressive Continental Carved Walnut Breakfront late 19th century, in the renaissance taste, the upper case with doors depicting carved dragons and serpents, above an open gallery section and supported by seated jesters, the lower case with deeply carved and paneled doors. h. 115”, w. 71”, d. 23” $2,000-$4,000

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34 Continental Oak Dining Table second half 19th century, the circular top with a carved edge and raised on a leaf-carved vasiform pedestal joined to four fruit- and griffin-carved legs ending in paw feet, the top opening to accommodate 72” of additional leaves, one 18-1/2” leaf present, and with drop-down legs for additional support when extended. h. 28-3/4”, dia. 58”, ext. l. 76-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

35 Imposing Pair of French Barbotine Majolica Musicians on Pedestals first quarter 20th century, the polychrome musicians, one female and one male, dressed in 18th-century costume, the tapered pedestals decorated with sculpted flowers, swagging and scrolled feet, with faux marbre painted tops. h. 77-3/4”, w. 17”, d. 13” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $3,000-$5,000

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36 Fine Italian Carved Walnut Figural Cabinet in the Renaissance Taste late 19th century, in two parts, the upper section with a carved putto atop an arched cornice with a carved frieze, with ram’s heads at each corner, the molded frame fronting an interior with glass shelves and having a single sliding glass door, the upper case flanked by fully carved allegorical figures, one a falconer with powder horn and game, the other depicting the bounty of the harvest, holding aloft a cornucopia overflowing with produce and grasping a net with fish in his other hand, on a base with a pair of drawers over doors, flanked by lion-carved pilasters with paw feet, the rounded corners with like door panels, the panels each carved as an allegorical figure’s head and torso depicting the seasons. h. 125”, w. 93”, d. 30” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $10,000-$15,000

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39 Pair of Royal Dux Figures of Male and Female Musicians ca. 1900-1918, Bohemian, the Art Nouveau figures depicting a female with her lute and a male with his guitar, with lushly and carefully executed details, each on a base molded with various leaves and berries, with the triangular biscuit “Royal Dux Bohemia” mark on the bottom. h. 30-1/2”, w. 9”, d. 8-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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37 Bernhard Bloch Majolica Jardiniere Stand and Two Jardinieres first quarter 20th century, Czechoslovakian, in the Art Nouveau taste, the base molded with lily pads and blossoms, the sinewy arms leaf-molded and decorated with irises, both jardinieres decorated with swirling irises and leaves, the larger jardiniere marked “Eichwald 5812”. h. 57-1/4”, w. 25-1/2”, d. 16” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 38 American Carved Walnut Vitrine/Cabinet fourth quarter 19th century, probably Philadelphia, the gadrooned broken-arch pediment centered by a carved cartouche and finial, the carved frieze with carved putto heads at each corner, over twist-carved columns flanking a bowfront glazed door, the bowfront base with wrap-around ends and a pair of doors with carved panels. h. 96”, w. 42”, d. 19-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000

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40 Thirteen-Piece Neo-Renaissance Oak Dining Suite fourth quarter 19th century, comprised of a dining table, h. 30”, dia. 60”, ext. l. 112-1/2”, a sideboard, h. 81-1/4”, w. 78”, d. 25-1/4”, a server, h. 41”, w. 55”, d. 22”, and a suite of ten dining chairs, two armchairs, h. 48”, and eight side chairs, h. 43-3/4”, all robustly carved, the table with a circular top opening to extend as a banquet table and retaining three leaves, on a baluster-form leaf-carved pedestal jointed to legs with fruit carving at the knees and resting on paw feet, the sideboard with an upper section with a carved crest over a pair of shelves on carved brackets and backed by carved panels, the lower one with a satyr masque, on a base with rounded corners and drawers over doors, the doors mounted by carved trophies of the hunt, the server with a pair of drawers over a pair of shelves joined by legs with fruit and leaf carving, the chairs comprised of a pair of armchairs of Elizabethan revival form with like carving.

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Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $4,000-$7,000 Highly carved oak dining suites of this type show up in the New Orleans area from time to time. While their origin appears to be undocumented, the group of tables has popularly been reputed to be of New Orleans manufacture.

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41 Continental Carved Walnut Figural Cabinet/Bar late 19th/early 20th century, the projecting top over a band of doors flanked by fluted and stop-fluted pilasters, over a large door with a carved panel centered by an allegorical masque and foliate carving, flanked by narrow doors with carved panels and pilasters capped by putti, depicted as supporting the top, the door interior now with fittings for use as a bar. h. 52-3/4”, w. 63”, d. 23-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

42 Pair of Patinated Metal Gas Newel Post Lamps fourth quarter 19th century, one lamp depicting a young Bacchus and the other a water carrier, each with a putto holding a kylix, on grape- and grapevine-molded bases set with frosted and engraved glass shades, now electrified. h. 36-1/4”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 9” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800

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43 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Mahogany Pedestals each with a square top on a fluted and stop-fluted pedestal, with Corinthian capitals, probably originally architectural elements with a later top and base. h. 45”, w. 12-3/4”, d. 12-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 44 Italian Neoclassical Walnut and Exotic Woods Commode late 18th century, the banded rectangular top centered by an urn-inlaid panel surrounded by panels of various birds perched atop foliate scrolling patterns, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, all inlaid with like scrolling and avian patterns, the sides en suite, raised on bracket feet. h. 35”, w. 45”, d. 27” $2,500-$4,000

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45 Venetian Carved and Painted Blackamoor fourth quarter 19th century, carefully carved and dressed in a gold, silver and copper leaf and feathered skirt, a serpent wrapped around his raised arm, on a triple stack base with faux marble over paint-decorated lower plinths. h. 73”, w. 23”, d. 11-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500-$2,500 46 Pair of Enameled Bronze Blackamoor Jardinieres mid-20th century, probably Italian, in the Venetian style, the male and female figures dressed in colorful embroidered clothes and turbans, with leaf-molded pots balanced on their heads and standing on bases with scroll-molded feet. h. 55-1/2”, w. 13”, d. 13” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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47 Tall Pair of Bronze Blackamoor Figures mid-20th century, in the Venetian style, the figures dressed in embroidered jackets and feathered turbans, holding torches decorated with molded flowers and standing on molded bases. h. 52-3/4”, w. 18”, d. 13” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 45

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50 Italian School (Fourth Quarter 19th/First Quarter 20th Century) “View of the Doge’s Palace and Piazza San Marco from the Grand Canal, Venice” oil on canvas unsigned, verso frame with a “Abraham & Straus Inc., Brooklyn, NY” label. Period carved giltwood frame. 10” x 14”, framed 13” x 17” $1,500-$2,500

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48 Exceptional Italian Baroque-Style Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, the surround decorated with curled leaves, accented with occasional flowerheads and rocaille work, the pierced scroll-molded crest with a large overlapping central leaf, set with a beveled mirror plate in a scale-molded surround. h. 72-1/2”, w. 52”

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49 Italian Polychrome Commode in the Chinoiserie Manner 19th century, the shaped top above an exaggerated bombe case fitted with two drawers, each with a gilt and polychrome scene in the chinoiserie taste, raised on cabriole legs. h. 36”, w. 42”, d. 22” $1,200-$1,800

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51 Thaddeus Defrees (American, 1855-1888) “Venice”, 1883 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 22” x 36”, framed 27” x 40” $1,500-$2,500

52 Joseph-Antoine Bouvard (French, 1840-1920) “Venice, Grand Canal” oil on masonite signed lower right. Framed. 19-1/4” x 25-1/2”, framed 24-5/8” x 30-3/4”

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53 Italian Majolica Covered Urn in the Renaissance Style fourth quarter 19th century, set with putti-mounted leafmolded handles, and decorated with a hand-painted scene of wine-making, the sides decorated with masques framed with bunches of grapes, supported on dolphins. h. 36”, w. 18”, d. 9-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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54 Italian Walnut Stool 19th century, in the Grotto taste, the coquille-form seat of adjustable height, and raised on a central standard to three cabriole legs ending in paw feet on a concave tripartite base. h. 22-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

55 Clam Shell Wine Cooler the genuine clam shell mounted on a cast stone cove-molded base set with a cast iron leaf-molded bezel. h. 20-1/2”, w. 26-1/2”, d. 15-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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56 Classical-Style Carved Marble Bird Bath early 20th century, modeled as a draped putto supporting a molded clam shell water dish, above a square plinth. h. 42”, w. 15”, d. 14” $1,500-$2,500

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57 Neoclassical-Style Painted Metal Bird Bath 20th century, modeled as a cupid supporting a shell-form water basin, above a circular base. h. 42”, w. 19”, d. 17-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 58 Italian Carved White Marble Pedestal ca. 1900, the neoclassical-style pedestal carved with putti, the base carved with swags of flowers and supported on paw feet, the tapered upper standard carved with acanthus leaves and having a circular top. h. 62-1/2”, dia. 17” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 59 “La Perla” Alabaster Table Lamp, Carved by Umberto Stiaccini first quarter 20th century, Italian, depicting a nymph resting on a clam shell, held aloft by three angels, the nymph hiding the light socket, a brass name plate on the front signed “U. Stiaccini, Firenze, Made in Italy”. h. 23”, w. 16-1/2”, d. 8-3/4”

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60 Two Buccellati Sterling Silver Footed Center Bowls contemporary, Milan, each of lobed oval form, with shaped molded rim and raised on a conforming short pedestal foot, the larger with everted ends. the larger h. 7-1/4”, l. 15-1/2”, w. 8-1/2”; the smaller h. 4-3/4”, l. 10-1/4”, w. 7-3/4”; 63.62 total t. oz. $1,800-$2,500

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61 Pair of Buccellati Sterling Silver Sottocoppe fourth quarter 20th century, Milan, manufactured by Argenteria Vitali Bruno, Padua, in the settecento taste, with molded scalloped rim on a conforming steeply domed foot. h. 4-1/4”, dia. 12”; 59.78 total t. oz. $1,800-$2,500 61

62 Pair of Buccellati Sterling Silver Candelabra third quarter 20th century, Milan, in the rococo taste, each with a figural putto standard holding aloft an acanthus frond with one central and six scrolling arms, each ending in an acanthus-form drip-pan and socket, the whole above a waisted spiral-fluted plinth and oval base with scrolling rim. h. 18-1/4”, dia. 10-1/4”; 164.45 total t. oz. $4,000-$7,000

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63 Two Buccellati Sterling Silver and Murano Glass Jam Jars contemporary, Milan, including: Violet Plum, with speckled violet glass body, h. 6”, dia. 3-1/2”; and Pineapple, with mottled and textured amber glass body, h. 7-1/2”, dia. 4”. 11.19 total t. oz. (weighable silver) $1,000-$1,500

64 Five Pieces of Buccellati Sterling Silver Fruit and Vegetables fourth quarter 20th century, designed by Gianmaria Buccellati, Milan, including: Tomato, by Mabuti, Milan, dia. 3-1/2”; Pomegranate table lighter, by Mabuti, Milan, dia. 3-1/4”; Artichoke, by Richardo Turchi, Florence, l. 5-1/2”; Corn, by Richardo Turchi, Florence, l. 11”; and Cabbage bowl with glass insert, by Ilario Pradella, Milan, dia. 4-3/4”. 27.56 total t. oz. (excluding glass liner)

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65 Two Buccellati Sterling Silver and Murano Glass Jam Jars contemporary, Milan, including: Tomato, with red glass body, h. 5”, dia. 4”; and Pepper, with mottled yellow glass body, h. 7”, dia. 4”. 8.30 total t. oz. (weighable silver) $1,000-$1,500

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66 Graduated Pair of Buccellati Sterling Silver Maple Leaf Dishes third quarter 20th century, by Mario Buccellati, Milan, size II, l. 8-1/4”, w. 6-1/4”, and size III, l. 10”, w. 8-3/4”. 12.06 total t. oz. $1,400-$1,800 67 Three Cased Sets of Six Buccellati Sterling Silver Place Card Holders contemporary, designed by Gianmaria Buccellati, by Fabbrica Argenteria Clementi, Bologna, comprising eighteen holders in ten patterns, including two Hazelnut, two Acanthus, two Arum, three Geranium, one Pomegranate, one Dahlia, one Narcissus, two Ivy, two Vine Leaf and one Arca, presented in three original blue ultra-suede-lined, silver-stamped cases. dia. 1-3/4”; 83.0 total t. oz.; cases 1-1/2” x 7” x 5”

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$2,000-$4,000 68 Six Buccellati Sterling Silver Leaf Dishes and Caddy Spoons fourth quarter 20th century, designed by Gianmaria Buccellati, Milan and executed by Clementi Fabbrica Argenteria, Bologna, including: Oak dish, size II, l. 5-1/2”; Vine dish, size II, l. 4-1/2”; Clover dish, size I, dia. 3-1/8”; Ischia caddy spoon, l. 3-1/4”; Oak caddy spoon, l. 3-1/4”; and Vulcano caddy spoon, l. 3-1/4”. 9.76 total t. oz. $1,000-$1,500

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70 Four Buccellati Sterling Silver Flower Dishes fourth quarter 20th century, designed by Gianmaria Buccellati, Milan and executed by Clementi Fabbrica Argenteria, Bologna, including: Camelia, size I, dia. 3-1/4”; Poppy, size II, dia. 4-3/4”; Dahlia, size II, dia. 4-3/4”; and Dahlia, size III, dia. 7-1/4”. 15.94 total t. oz. $1,000-$1,500

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69 Buccellati Sterling Silver Platter fourth quarter 20th century, probably designed by Gianmaria Buccellati, by Mabuti, Milan, of rectangular form with elaborate shaped acanthus gauffer double border. 18” x 14”; 69.42 t. oz. $1,400-$1,800

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71 Continental Mahogany and Mixed Woods Center Table early 20th century, the octagonal top banded and with a lattice-pattern inlay centering a musical-themed inlaid medallion, above a conforming frieze, paneled and with ormolu millwork, fitted with one concealed drawer, raised on a vasiform standard to four ormolu-mounted splayed legs ending in block on pad feet. h. 31”, dia. 40-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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72 Italian Fruitwood and Elm Commode early 19th century, in the rococo taste, the banded and shaped top inset with two panels with decorative corner inlays, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, all paneled and with like inlay, above a pierced foliate-carved apron, raised on cabriole legs ending in foliate toes. h. 34”, w. 38”, d. 22-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

73 Stone and Giltwood Shadowbox Picture 20th century, assembled with a crushed hardstone center in a giltwood “O”, forming a sunburst of giltwood scrollwork alternating with natural crystals, in a Spanish Baroque-style giltwood frame. h. 39”, w. 33-1/2” $1,400-$1,800

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late 18th century, the rounded concave top banded and inlaid with decorative paneling, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, all banded and with like inlay, raised on bun feet. h. 32”, w. 38-1/2”, d. 20” $2,000-$4,000

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75 Pair of Italian Silver-Gilt Mirrors mid-20th century, in the rococo taste, each with a pierced crest centered by a spiral-reeded urn set with a floral bouquet flanked by pierced scrollwork, the surround with carved scrollwork framing the mirror plate, the lower portion with pierced scrollwork and carved leaves. h. 86”, w. 31” $1,000-$1,500

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77 Continental Walnut and Fruitwood Side Table 19th century, the banded rectangular top with parquetry veneers, above a conforming frieze with chevron panels, raised on like-inlaid tapering square legs joined by a shaped X-form stretcher and ending in toupie feet. h. 29-1/2”, w. 46-1/2”, d. 25” $1,000-$1,500 76

76 Continental Walnut and Mahogany Tripod Table late 19th century, the tilting circular top with a gadrooned edge and decorative banding surrounding a central inlaid diamond pattern, and raised on a fluted stand with applied eagle-head scrolls to three splayed legs ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 28-1/2”, dia. 25-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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78 Continental Fruitwood and Elm Vargueno 18th century, in the neoclassical taste, the rectangular top hinged and opening to a storage space, above a case fitted with two doors opening to an interior fitted with various drawers surrounding two cabinet doors, each fronted by an architectural facade, the whole richly inlaid with geometric bands, scrolling patterns and various flora and fauna, raised on a guard room-style table base with similar inlays and banding, and angled square legs. h. 63-1/2”, w. 46”, d. 22” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $4,000-$7,000

79 Bronze Figure of Beethoven modeled standing, deep in thought and leaning against a pedestal, holding a scrolled page of sheet music, on a marble base. h. 29”, w. 8-1/4”, d. 8-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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80 Pair of Baronial-Style Wrought Iron and Marble Torcheres 20th century, the demi-lune top with five electrified candles behind a foliate band, raised on a fabric-covered standard with pendant scrolling iron designs to a concave tripartite base. h. 77” $1,000-$1,500 81 French Painted Terracotta Figure of the Muse Calliope fourth quarter 19th century, the figure modeled seated, wearing a classical gown, her signature lyre propped on one knee. h. 26”, w. 12”, d. 8-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 82 Pair of Carved Giltwood Trophees

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19th century and later, carved with crossed quivers and torches, and decorated with flowerheads and bowknot crests, now mounted as lamps on acrylic bases. h. 25”, w. 9”, d. 5” $1,000-$1,500 83 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Carved, Painted and ParcelGilt Candelabra on tripartite bases carved with anthemia, decorated with angels standing on one foot, supporting candle branches with leaves and grapes, and terminating in wooden fluted candle sockets and drip pans. h. 41-3/4”, w. 24”, d. 14” $2,500-$4,000

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85 Gothic Revival Parcel-Gilt and Bronze Reliquary Cabinet first quarter 20th century, with giltwood Gothic doors decorated with a gilt-bronze cross and a silver-gilt Jesus, the doors flanked by columns with oak leaf capitals, painted with a sage ground trimmed in terracotta and embellished with carved gilt oak leaves, the sides with inset panels. h. 36-1/4”, w. 18-1/2”, d. 11-1/4” $1,200-$1,800

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84 Lombard School (Italian, Fourth Quarter 16th/First Quarter 17th Century) “Infant Jesus” oil on canvas unsigned, remnant of 19th-century English label on stretcher. Unframed. 16-1/2” x 23-1/4” $3,000-$5,000

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86 After Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio, Italian, 1483-1520) “Madonna della Sedia” oil on canvas unsigned, titled and inscribed in French en verso. Presented in an elaborate gesso and giltwood frame. 29” x 29”, framed 58” x 48-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $5,000-$8,000

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87 Four Eastern Orthodox Icons 19th century, probably Russian, including: “Our Lady of Kazan”, tempera on wood panel with incised details; “The Dormition of the Theotokos”, tempera on wood panel, central figure of “sleeping” Virgin with Christ cradling the soul of his mother, flanked by two saints; “Mother of God - Joy of All who Sorrow”, tempera and gold on wood panel, central figure of the Virgin with arms raised in prayer, flanked by saints, angels and supplicants; and “Intercession of the Theotokos”, tempera on carved wood panel, scenes of the devout seeking the Virgin’s protection. 12-1/8” x 9”, 12-3/8” x 9-1/8”, 10-1/2” x 9-3/4” and 11-3/4” x 10-1/4” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas.

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88 Pair of Composition and Metal Figural Sconces first half 20th century, Continental, each featuring a polychrome angel holding a cornucopia and mounted in front of pricket candle holders set with leaves, flowers and scrolls. h. 19-1/2”, w. 7”, d. 6-1/2” $1,200-$1,80

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90 Continental Pickled and Waxed Pine Stretcher Table 18th century and later, the rectilinear top with gently rounded ends and raised on turned legs joined by a box stretcher. h. 30-1/4”, w. 49-1/2”, d. 27-1/4” $800-$1,200

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89 Italian Walnut and Polychrome Cabinet 18th century, the deeply canted rectangular top above a conforming paneled case fitted with a single drawer over a pair of paneled cupboard doors, over another pair of cupboard doors, all with polychrome scenes of angels and jesters, the side panels with floral and heraldic medallion scenes, raised on bracket feet. h. 32-1/2”, w. 28”, d. 13” $1,000-$1,500

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91 Continental Provincial Polychrome Cabinet composed of antique elements, the molded cornice above a case fitted with two long doors, the upper section inset with a scrolling iron panel, the lower section paneled, raised on bracket feet. h. 97”, w. 67”, d. 19” $1,000-$1,500 92 Pair of Flemish-Style Polychrome Stools 19th century, each with a padded rectangular top above a conforming undulate-carved frieze, raised on bulbous and block legs joined by a scroll-carved X-form stretcher and ending in caps and casters. h. 16”, w. 25-1/2”, d. 18-1/2” $1,800-$2,500 93 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857-1927) “Poultry Feeding” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 24” x 15-3/4”, framed 29” x 21-1/4” $1,500-$2,500

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94 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857-1927) “Cattle in a Landscape with a View of a Windmill” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 25-3/4” x 21-1/2”, framed 35” x 31” $1,500-$2,500 95 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857-1927) “Horses Ploughing” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 39-1/2” x 29”, framed 51” x 40-1/4” $2,000-$4,000 94

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96 Swiss Ten Air Cylinder Music Box ca. 1900, the rosewood-veneered cover inlaid with musical trophies and trimmed with kingwood, the front with transferprinted musical trophies, the over opening to reveal an air cord, a glass door covering the cylinder and bells, decorated with enamel butterflies. h. 11”, w. 21-1/4”, d. 12-1/4” $1,500-$2,500

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97 Carved Wooden Musical Humidor ca. 1900, possibly Swiss, in the form of a portly gentleman smoking a pipe, hinged at his waist, on a carved wooden base, the music box winding key on the bottom. h. 15-1/2”, w. 5-1/2”, d. 4-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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98 German School (Fourth Quarter 19th Century) “S.S. Campania” oil on canvas signed “Hulsebusch” lower right. Framed. 24” x 36”, framed 28” x 40” $1,000-$1,500 98

99 German School (Fourth Quarter 19th Century) “S.S. La Blanca” oil on canvas signed “Hulsebusch” lower right. Framed. 24” x 36”, framed 28” x 40” $1,000-$1,500

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100 Swiss Cylinder Music Box fourth quarter 19th century, possibly Mermod Freres, the rosewood-veneered cover inlaid with musical instruments, sheet music and sprays of flowers, the case veneered with rosewood and kingwood crossbanding, with ebonized trim, with a loose reproduction 9 air Mermod Freres air card. h. 7”, w. 20-1/2”, d. 9-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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101 Swiss Cylinder Music Box fourth quarter 19th century, the interior with a “Jacot’s Patented Safety Check, Sept. 22, 1886” lever mark, named for the New York retailer, the cover inlaid with a drum, flute, sheet music and sprays of flowers, on a rosewood ground, framed in circassian walnut crossbanding, the sides mounted with molded bronze handles. h. 8-1/4”, w. 28-1/2”, d. 12” $1,200-$1,800 101

102 Swiss Mermod Freres Piccolo 6 Air Cylinder Music Box fourth quarter 19th century, with an original loose play card, the case cover inlaid with red and green stained flowers on a rosewood ground, with ebonized trim and feet. h. 8”, w. 27-3/4”, d. 11-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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103 Circle of Hubert Robert (French, 1733-1808) “Architectural Capriccio by a Canal” oil on linen unsigned, remnant of old label on stretcher. Framed. 29” x 37”, framed 38-1/2” x 46-1/2” Provenance: Blount Collection, Montgomery, Alabama. $1,500-$2,500

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104 Italian School (Fourth Quarter 18th/First Quarter 19th Century) “Still Life with Flowers and Fruit by the Sea” oil on canvas signed lower right “V. Ba/otoni (?). Framed. 27” x 39”, framed 38-3/4” x 50-3/8” $1,000-$1,500

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105 Follower of Jacob Isaacksz van Ruisdael (Dutch/Haarlem, 1628-1682) “Figures on a Wooded Path, Sailboats and a Church Spire in the Distance” oil on canvas unsigned. Presented in a giltwood and gesso frame. 44-3/8” x 36-3/4”, framed 51-1/2” x 53-3/4” Provenance: Deaccessioned from Friends University, Wichita, Kansas; gifted to the University by the Sam and Rie Bloomfield Foundation, Newport Beach, California. $3,000-$5,000

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106 Jan Knikker, Sr. (Dutch, 1889-1957) “Riverscape with Fishermen” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 16” x 23-1/2”, framed 21-3/4” x 29-1/4” Provenance: Bonhams, London, February 27, 2007, lot 253; Dreweatts & Bloomsbury, Newbury, April 20, 2017, lot 68. $1,000-$1,500

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107 Chauncey F. Ryder, N.A. (American, 1868-1949) “Winter Landscape” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 12” x 16”, framed 18” x 22” $1,800-$2,500

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108 Chauncey F. Ryder, N.A. (American, 1868-1949) “Autumnal Wooded Landscape” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 12” x 16”, framed 18” x 22” $1,800-$2,500

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109 Semi-Antique Heriz Carpet 9’ 2” x 11’ 9” $1,000-$1,500

110 Turkish Oushak Carpet 9’ x 12’ $5,000-$8,000

111 Antique Oushak Carpet 4’ 6” x 6’ 7” $2,500-$4,000

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112 Agra Serapi Carpet 8’ 10” x 12’ $1,800-$2,500

113 Agra Serapi Carpet 9’ x 12’ $1,500-$2,500

114 Kashan Carpet 8’ 2” x 11’ 8” $1,000-$1,500

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115 Antique Agra Carpet 14’ 6” x 18’ 8” $7,000-$10,000

116 Antique Oushak Carpet 9’ 5” x 14’ $7,000-$10,000

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117 Antique Oushak Carpet 4’ 6” x 5’ 3” $2,500-$4,000

118 Semi-Antique Mahal Runner 5’ 1” x 22’ 5” $1,000-$1,500

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119 After Sir David Wilkie, R.A. (British, 1785-1841) “The Village Festival”, 19th century oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 37-3/4” x 50-1/2”, framed 50-1/2” x 57-1/8” $3,000-$5,000

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120 Attributed to William Shayer, Sr. (British, 1787-1879) “Fisherfolk by the Sea” oil on linen unsigned, titled “The Fisherman’s Return” on a 19th-century exhibition label on stretcher, verso with two additional dealer labels, “Frost and Reed, Bristol” (1880-1908), and “J. J. Gillespie Company Fine Art Galleries, Pittsburgh”. Unframed. 28” x 39” Provenance: Probably Sotheby’s, New York, April 14, 2000, lot 44. $3,000-$5,000

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121 British School (19th Century) “Expansive Highland Landscape with Figures” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 23” x 29”, framed 31” x 37-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 122 Provincial William IV Oak and Mahogany Dresser mid-19th century, the molded cornice above an open center section fitted with two narrow shelves and a later, lower hinged fold-out cutting surface, flanked to either side by a glazed cupboard door opening to a shelved interior, the lower section fitted with a central drawer flanked to either side by two drawers, joined by turned supports to a lower shelf, raised on bracket feet. h. 78-1/2”, w. 72”, d. 16-1/4”

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123 George III Mahogany and Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 18th century, with a scroll-carved Chippendale surround, the crest with an incised gilt shell and vine, the mirror plate with a carved giltwood liner, and giltwood leaf drops on each side, the back with two Sotheby’s New York stickers, both numbered “275”. h. 39-1/2”, w. 21-1/2” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,000-$1,500

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124 George III Walnut Chest fourth quarter 18th century, the rectangular top banded and above a conforming case fitted with three short drawers over three graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 40”, w. 41”, d. 23” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,800-$2,500 125 George III Mahogany Chest-on-Chest fourth quarter 18th century, the molded rectangular cornice above a conforming case fitted with two small drawers over three graduated long drawers, all flanked by an engaged rounded pilaster, the lower section fitted with two graduated long drawers, flanked en suite, raised on bracket feet. h. 65-1/2”, w. 43”, d. 21” $1,200-$1,800

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126 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Cast Stone Covered Garden Urns and Pedestals first half 20th century, probably English, with a weathered terracotta finish, set with ram’s-head handles, with inset gadrooning and an anthemion-molded body, the covers decorated to match, the pedestals with inset notched corner panels. h. 57-1/2”, w. 17”, d. 13-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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127 Suite of Nine Preserved Botanicals of various ferns, all identified lower center and monogramed “SW” lower right. All glazed and presented in matching bead-molded giltwood frames. each framed 15-1/4” x 12” $1,200-$1,800 128 George III Carved Mahogany Armchair late 18th century, the crest rail with foliate carvings and pinwheel rosettes at the ears, above a central pierced and carved splat, the curved armrests ending in a scroll, the front lower seat frame with a gadrooned edge, and raised on cabriole legs ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 38-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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129 Irish Chippendale Mahogany Swing-Leg Drop-Leaf Table 18th century, the oval top raised on cabriole legs with shellcarved knees and ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 29”, w. 53”, d. 19”, ext. l. 54” $1,200-$1,800 130 George III Rosewood Lowboy 18th century, the rectangular top banded and above a shaped frieze fitted with two short drawers, raised on cabriole legs ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 32”, w. 48”, d. 29” $1,500-$2,500 131 George III-Style Mahogany Jardiniere

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133 George III-Style Mahogany Commode 19th century, in the Chippendale taste, the bowed top with projecting canted corners and a floral-carved edge, above a conforming case fitted with two drawers, over an ogee-molded blind fret- and foliate-carved apron, raised on acanthinecarved cabriole legs ending in ball feet. h. 34”, w. 43”, d. 23-1/2” $1,800-$2,500

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134 Edwardian Japanned Mirror in the Queen Anne Style first quarter 20th century, the tombstone mirror plate with a chinoiserie reverse-painted crest, the mottled red and black surround decorated with gilt-painted chinoiserie decoration with raised highlights. h. 43-3/4”, w. 17” $1,000-$1,500 135 Suite of Eight George II-Style Burlwood and Parcel-Gilt Walnut Dining Chairs 20th century, in the Chippendale taste, of generous proportions, the backs with foliate carving, including on the shaped splat, joined to open arms with scroll ends, a compass seat and cabriole legs with lion-masque carving at the knees and hairy-paw feet, the slip seats in blue floral brocade. h. 41” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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136 George II Polychrome and Chinoiserie-Decorated Cabinet second quarter 18th century, in two parts, the upper section with an arched cornice over a pair of conforming glazed doors, on a base with a pair of doors, on bracket feet, the surface later. h. 76-1/2”, w. 42-1/2”, d. 15” $1,500-$2,500 137 Carved Giltwood Overmantel Mirror in the Chinese Chippendale Taste third quarter 20th century, the rectangular mirror plate with a gadrooned base and a serpentine crest decorated with delicately carved and pierced scrollwork, the finial in the form of a pagoda, the sides with pierced scrollwork and ho-ho bird finials. h. 50”, w. 52” $1,400-$1,800

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138 Queen Anne Mahogany Games Table late 18th century, the rectangular top with turreted corners, hinged and opening to a leather-lined surface with corner and side dished compartments, above a frieze fitted with a single drawer, raised on cabriole legs ending in pad feet. h. 29”, w. 36”, d. 17-1/2” (closed) $2,000-$4,000

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20th century, with rolled armrests, reversible cushion and raised on short Queen Anne-style legs. h. 51”, w. 33”, d. 31”

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142 George III-Style Mahogany Dining Table early 20th century, the banded and rounded rectangular top raised on two pedestals, each with a fluted graduated standard to a platform raised on four scroll-capped splayed legs ending in brass paws on casters, with three 18” leaves. h. 30”, w. 44”, l. 66”, ext. l. 120” $1,200-$1,800 143 Extensive Partial Cauldon Porcelain Dinner Service first quarter 20th century, English, with various Cauldon marks, decorated with a border with a black Greek-key on a gilt ground, and grisaille anthemia, pattern H1640, the service including forty dinner plates, dia. 10-1/4”, thirty-one large rim soup plates, dia. 9-1/2”, eleven rim soup plates, dia. 8-1/2”, fifty luncheon plates, dia. 8-1/2”, seventeen salad plates, dia. 8”, ten broth bowls, dia. 7-1/2”, ten bread-and-butter plates, dia. 6”, four bread-and-butter plates, dia. 6-3/4”, seventeen berry/ fruit dishes, dia. 5-1/4”, seventeen custard dishes, dia. 5-1/4”, twelve morning cups and saucers, h. 2-1/4”, dia. 6-3/4”, thirteen footed cups and fourteen saucers, h. 2-1/2”, dia. 5-1/2”, eleven cream soup bowls over eighteen stands, h. 2-1/4”, dia. 6”, two chop plates, dia. 14-1/4”, a nest of ten graduated platters, w. 10-3/4” to 20-1/4”, d. 8-1/2” to 14-1/4”, two graduated covered vegetable tureens, h. 4-3/4” to 5-1/2”, w. 9-1/2” to 11-1/2”, a salad bowl, h. 3-1/2”, w. 8-3/4”, d. 8-3/4”, three cake plates, w. 10-1/2”, d. 9-1/4”, a shell dish, w. 8-1/4”, d. 5-3/4”, three oval open vegetable dishes, w. 8-1/2” to 9-1/2”, d. 7-1/4” to 7-3/4”, a covered butter dish, h. 4”, dia. 7”, a tazza, h. 2-3/4”, dia. 9”, a teapot, h. 3-1/2”, w. 7-3/4”, a cream jug, h. 3-1/2”, w. 6-1/4”, a sauce tureen, h. 3-1/4”, w. 7-1/4”, an egg cup, h. 2-1/2”, and a jug, h. 5”, w. 3-1/4”, with several versions of the Cauldon mark, including a black “Cauldon, England”, a green “Cauldon, England”, and “Ested 1774, Cauldon China, England”, some pieces with marks of the New York retailer “Davis Collamore & Co. Ltd”, executed in both black and puce.

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145 Regency-Style Mahogany Double-Pedestal Dining Table

in the Chippendale taste, comprised of a pair of armchairs and six side chairs, each with a foliate- and shell-carved crest rail over a pierced leaf- and bellflower-carved splat, serpentine seat rail and Marlborough legs joined by H-form stretchers. armchair h. 38-1/4”, side chair h. 37-1/4”

19th century, the top with rounded corners and a reeded edge, and joined to the pedestals with a tilt-top mechanism, the ringturned tripodal pedestals with rounded legs ending in brass cup casters, together with a pair of leaves of like date. h. 29-1/2”, w. 52”, l. 99”, ext. l. 139-1/4”

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146 George III Mahogany Secretary fourth quarter 18th century, the dentillated broken swan’sneck cornice above a like frieze over two doors, each inset with a mirrored panel and opening to a shelved interior, the lower section fitted with a slant front opening to a variety of drawers and cubbyholes, centering a cupboard door over four graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 91”, w. 42”, d. 22-1/2” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,500-$2,500

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147 Georgian Carved Giltwood Girandole Mirror late 18th century, in the Chippendale taste, the richly carved surfaces water-gilded, the surround with crossetted corners, the tablet above the surround carved with a bowknot, the egg-and-dart swan’s-neck pediment with a shell-carved finial framed with carved leaves, the shell-carved lower portion set with a pair of molded brass masque and flower-form candle arms. h. 64-1/4”, w. 33-1/4” $15,000-$25,000 Provenance: Jayne Thompson Antiques, Harrodsburg, Kentucky; Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. Accompanied by a copy of the bill of sale from Jayne Thompson Antiques in 2001, identifying this piece as “Early Georgian carved wood and water gilded mirror with brass sconces, circa 1775”.

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19th century, the rectangular top with a shaped front above a conforming frieze, raised on fluted tapering square legs ending in spade feet. h. 34-1/4”, w. 46-1/2”, d. 24”

the rounded rectangular top with a molded edge and raised on three pedestals, each with a ribbed vasiform support to three splayed ribbed legs ending in foliate brass caps on casters. h. 29-1/2”, w. 54”, l. 114”

Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee.

Provenance: Manheim Galleries, New Orleans, Louisiana; Private collection, Houston, Texas.

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149 George III Mahogany Sideboard early 19th century, the banded shaped rectangular top with a projecting center section, above a conforming case fitted with a central drawer over a deeper paneled well drawer, flanked to one side by a cupboard and to the other by a deep drawer, raised on ring-turned tapering circular legs ending in ball feet. h. 36”, w. 79-1/2”, d. 28” $1,500-$1,800

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151 Suite of Eight Baker Hepplewhite-Style Mahogany Dining Chairs late 20th century, each with a shield back and tapering legs on spade feet, comprised of two armchairs and six side chairs, retaining their “Baker Furniture” and “Historic Charleston” metal plates indicating they are Federal reproductions. h. 38-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 152 James Mallord William Turner, R.A. (British, 1775-1851) “Boats - A Study” 152

graphite and wash on paper unsigned, a “Spink/St. James’s/London” inventory label and a “Pitt & Scott, Ltd/London” storage label en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sheet 4-1/2” x 6”, framed 13-5/8” x 15-1/2” Provenance: Spink & Son, Ltd, London, UK; Clars Auction Gallery, Oakland, California, October 17, 2015, lot 2202; Bruce McCashin Collection. $1,200-$1,800 153 Pair of Regency-Style Mahogany Cabinets each with a rectangular top with a three-quarter pierced brass gallery and reeded edge, above a case fitted with two cupboard doors, each inset with a grille panel with fabric backing, opening to a shelved interior, raised on tapering square legs. h. 37”, w. 27”, d. 13-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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154 English Bronze Argand-Style Chandelier first quarter 20th century, in the Regency taste, the body set with an urn-form “tank”, with pierced handles and a cone-form knop, the pierced scrolled arms decorated with acanthus leaves. h. 27”, dia. 26” $1,000-$1,500 155 Unusual Regency Marquetry-Inlaid Rosewood Casket second quarter 19th century, with a cove-molded top and ogee-molded sides, the top inlaid with arabesque scrollwork and anthemions, the facade with wheat and scrollwork, the interior lined with watered silk. h. 12”, w. 24-1/2”, d. 17-1/4” $1,500-$2,500 156 Regency Rosewood Credenza

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157 Regency Giltwood, Gilt-Bronze and Hardwood Harp first quarter 19th century, London, England, signed by Christian Erard, the giltwood fluted pillar decorated with winged classical figures and palmettes, the lower pillar with anthemia, supported on paw feet decorated with griffins. h. 66-3/4”, w. 29-1/2”, d. 16” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200-$1,800 158 Regency-Style Chinoiserie-Decorated Dressing Table 19th century, the serpentine top over a conforming case with a concave center drawer flanked by doors, each bordered by faux bamboo pilasters, raised on tapering legs, in red lacquer with chinoiserie polychrome decor throughout. h. 31-1/4”, w. 29-3/8”, d. 15-1/4” $2,000-$4,000 159 Edwardian Chinoiserie-Decorated Mirror first quarter 20th century, in the Queen Anne taste, the tombstone-form mirror with a reverse-painted chinoiserie top, the surround decorated with japanning, and gilt painted in the Chinese taste, with raised gilt figures. h. 43-1/2”, w. 17” $2,000-$4,000 159

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160 Rare Wedgwood Shell-Molded Pearlware Partial Dessert Service pre-1860, English, decorated in white and gold with pink flourishes, the set comprised of a nautilus-form open compote on stand, with an impressed “W”, h. 9”, w. 11-1/4”, d. 7-1/4”, a pair of covered sauce tureens on stands with seaworm finials, with an impressed “X”, h. 6-1/2”, w. 8-3/4”, d. 6”, four shell-form dishes, with an impressed “S”, h. 1-3/4”, w. 10-1/2”, d. 7”, and eleven scalloped shell-form plates, with an impressed “V”, w. 8”, d. 8”, each impressed “WEDGWOOD”. $1,000-$1,500

161 Pair of Regency-Style Ebonized and Parcel-Gilt Armchairs each with a padded rectangular back joined by scrolling foliate gilt arms to the padded seat, raised on paneled sabre legs. h. 36-1/2”

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162 Pair of Regency-Style Ebonized and Parcel-Gilt Armchairs each with a ribbed crest above a padded back, joined by scrolling arms to the padded seat, raised on sabre legs. h. 37-1/2” $1,800-$2,500

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163 Near Pair of Exceptional English Bronze and Marble Banquet Lamps fourth quarter 19th century, the hexagonal marble bases set with patinated bronze fittings molded with griffins, supported on reeded standards set with oil tanks decorated with giltbronze ram’s heads and swagging, the mounts on each lamp with slight variations, mounted with frosted and cut ball shades. h. 48”, dia. 8” $1,000-$1,500 164 English Neoclassical Bronze Dore et Patine Gasolier second quarter 19th century, the body with a vasiform mount terminating in lotus leaves, and set with leaf-molded arms and shade holder supports, with scrolled ring-molded chains, the top with medallion-molded chain pulleys, set with frosted shades cut with Greek keys. h. 46-1/2”, dia. 28-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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165 Pair of Unusual Bronze and Black-Painted Porcelain Lamp Standards mid-19th century and later, now mounted as lamps, with rococo-molded bronze outlines on turned feet, the tapered standards with flourishes of bronze flowers, the top with a phoenix-molded bronze capital, set with cut glass shades, electrified. h. 38”, dia. 10-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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166 Pair of William IV Bronze Candelabra second quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, with patinated bronze cluster-column standards and reeded bases on scrolled feet trimmed with pierced scrollwork, the reeded candle arms set with lotus-molded drip pans and candle sockets with acanthus-molded bobeches, fitted with dual lamp sockets. h. 40”, dia. 12” $1,000-$1,500 167 Colonial Revival Giltwood Convex Mirror first quarter 20th century, American or English, with a displayed eagle crest flanked by pierced scrollwork, the covemolded surround set with gilt spherules, the edge decorated with ribbon-bound reeding, the bottom with a bellflower drop. h. 42”, dia. 24-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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168 Pair of Italian Regency-Style Giltwood Eagle Sconces mid-20th century, with pierced bowknot crests, the eagles framed with sprays of wheat, set with spiral-carved candle arms and matching candle sockets, decorated with carved medallions, the backs with “Made in Italy” labels. h. 44-1/4”, w. 12”, d. 10-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 167

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169 Pair of Regency-Style Brass-Inlaid Rosewood Console Tables/Jardinieres mid-20th century, each with a cross-banded top over a frieze drawer with brass inlay, stepping down to rounded corners, the fret columns with carved capitals and bases with reeded bands, the rear columns of scroll form, on a shaped base, the curved ends with removable lids opening to void interiors. h. 30-3/4”, w. 48-1/2”, d. 16” $1,200-$1,800 170 Rare English Tortoiseshell Work Box on Stand second quarter 19th century, the octagonal box with a geometric inlay top and raised on a tapering square pedestal, the base set with brass paw feet. h. 21”, dia. 13” $1,200-$1,800 171 Collection of Six Canes 19th/20th century, English and Continental, including a Victorian brass-headed bamboo turned cane concealing an air gun, l. 34”, a root horse-head-handle cane in a mahogany case, l. 41-1/2”, a carved steer-head cane with bone inset, l. 36”, a bulldog-head cane with a circassian walnut handle, l. 36”, a rosewood cane with a bone handle and bone carving, l. 36”, and a Victorian zebra wood cane with a scrollworkengraved bezel initialed “TBM”, l. 32-3/4”.

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172 After Charles Valton (French, 1851-1918) ca. 1900, bronze and marble, the white marble "snow" with paw prints, one dog carrying a flask and the other pawing at the snow, a buried bag nearby, signed "Ch Valton". h. 16-1/2”, w. 20”, d. 9” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,200-$1,800

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173 Jan Hamkens (Dutch, 19th Century) “A Stag Hunt” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 60” x 36”, framed 68” x 45” $6,000-$9,000 174 Theodore Gerard (Belgian, 1829-1895) “Maid in the Forest”, 1873 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right. Framed. 35-1/2” x 23-1/2”, framed 40” x 28” $5,000-$8,000

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175 Charles Perrin (French, 1884-1964) “Dress-Up” oil on wood panel signed lower right. Framed. 10-3/4” x 13-3/4”, framed 21” x 23-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 176 After Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828-1894) “Chien de Chasse et Sa Prise” patinated bronze cast signature on left of self-base. h. 10”, w. 14” 175

$1,000-$1,500

177 Joseph H. Sulkowski (American/Tennessee, b. 1951) “Seasons of the Chase”, 1998 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left, titled on brass artist’s plaque. Framed. 48” x 84”, framed 57” x 93-1/2” $4,000-$7,000

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178 After Sir Alfred James Munnings, R.A. (British, 1878-1959) “The Drummer of His Majesty’s First Life Guard” a rare silkscreen on silk after the 1922 painting now conserved and on permanent display at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire (under auspices of the National Trust), printed by Felix Rosenstiel’s Widow & Sons, Ltd., London. In an attractive carved giltwood frame. sight 34” x 33-7/8”, framed 41-1/2” x 41-1/2” Provenance: Bruce McCashin Collection; previously in the collection of Mimi Dupont Mills Abel-Smith, Middleburg, Virginia. $2,000-$4,000 179 Hans C. Guradze (German, 1861-1922) “Horse and Jockey” patinated bronze cast signature on self-base. overall h. 15-1/2”, w. 14”, d. 5” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee.

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180 Robert Stone (British, 1820-1870) “Full Cry” and “End of the Hunt” pair of oils on panel each signed lower left. Framed alike. 6” x 12-1/4”, framed 9-3/4” x 16” $2,000-$4,000

181 William IV-Style Mahogany Partner’s Desk the rectangular top with projecting crimped corners and a trisected leather writing surface, above a frieze fitted with three drawers to either side, raised on two pedestals, each fitted, one side with a paneled cupboard door opening to four drawers and the other side with a paneled cupboard door opening to slotted compartments, the whole with carved lion-masque accents and raised on hairy-paw feet. h. 32”, w. 68”, d. 40-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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182 Pair of English Signed Doulton Lambeth Pottery Vases ca. 1880-1902, now mounted as lamps, the leaf-patterned vases incised and glazed amber and green and marked “EC” on the bottom for Emily Clark, impressed with the scalloped “Doulton & Slater’s Patent” mark. h. 27-1/2”, dia. 6” 184

$1,000-$1,500 183 Nineteen Volumes on British History, Literature and Culture including: Works by the Brontes, London: Robert Riviere and Son, Ltd., nd, incomplete in six volumes, boards in half green leather, spines with gilt lettering and decoration; The Life and Poems of the Rev. George Crabbe, London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1834, incomplete in five volumes (IV-VIII), boards of brown leather with gilt decoration, spines with gilt lettering and decoration; Songs from the Published Writings of Alfred Tennyson, ed. W. G. Cusins, London: C. Kegan Paul and Co., 1880, boards of black leather with gilt decoration, among others. Complete list upon request. from 6-5/8” x 4-1/4” to 12-1/2” x 10”

184 Nineteen Volumes by British Authors including: Edward Gibbon, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1854, complete in 8 volumes, brown leather boards with gilt design, spines with gilt lettering and design, and Arthur Griffiths, The History and Romance of Crime, London: The Grolier Society, 1900, incomplete in 11 volumes, dark blue leather boards with gilt decoration, spine with gilt lettering and design, limited Editions des Amateurs, this numbered 7 out of 50. 8-3/4” x 5-3/4” and 9-1/8” x 6-1/8”, respectively $1,000-$1,500

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186 Victorian Mahogany Bench ca. 1875, in the Modern Gothic taste, the tufted leather seat cushion on an incised frame, the canted legs with paw feet, the arms terminating in carved leonine masques. h. 23”, w. 51-1/2”, d. 19-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

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185 Hamilton Hamilton (American, 1847-1928)

second quarter 19th century, the lower portion molded with lotus leaves, the arms with scroll-molded mounts set with an urn-form oil tank decorated with classical masques, the rope-twist rod-form chains inset with medallion-molded metal decoration, with frosted shades cut with grapes. h. 33”, dia. 30-1/2”

“Helen Reading”, ca. 1894

$1,000-$1,500

oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 30” x 20”, framed 41” x 31” $5,000-$8,000 Hamilton Hamilton, not a heteronym gone awry, or the eponymous Federalist shot by Aaron Burr, but a Scotsman of equal merit (in the arts) on the American frontier. Hamilton, a protege of John Ruskin, was a celebrated landscape artist of the New York hinterlands and the pioneering West. In an 1873 expedition to Colorado, Hamilton created forty-seven landscape paintings for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia before embarking on a six-year sojourn to Brittany where he painted en plein air alongside Barbizon School painters. Hamilton was also an accomplished portraitist and genre painter, preferring these mediums after he married and settled in the 1890s in Norwalk, Connecticut with wife and twin daughters, Helen and Marguerite, both of whom served as young models to their father and later became artists of merit. This fine portrait of Helen reading exemplifies Hamilton’s keen ability to combine portraiture and domestic quietude in the wake of bourgeois ennui.

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188 Pair of Late Regency-Style Parcel-Gilt Burlwood and Mahogany Stands ca. 1900, each with a circular dished top on a square column with canted corners, the column bisected with foliate carving, the capital with like carving, on a tripartite base with scroll legs with leaf carving. h. 42”, w. 19”, d. 11”, top dia. 14-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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189 Large Split Fore-Edge Painted Bible London: Samuel Bagster & Sons, n.d. [mid-19th c.], in full black morocco with beveled edges and tooled panels and dentelle, with gilt-pinpoint edging, the spine with raised bands and lettering, with black endpapers, cut and gilt edges with split fore-edge painting of Jerusalem and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, with indigo register ribbon. overall 11” x 9” $1,000-$1,500

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190 Victorian Circassian Walnut Miniature Cabinet mid-19th century, in the Rococo Revival taste, with scroll-sawn doors and crest, and raised on bun feet, the interior fitted with two over three drawers with turned pulls. h. 16-1/4”, w. 15”, d. 6-1/2”

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$1,000-$1,500

early 20th century, in the Adam taste, each with a banded demi-lune top featuring a central inlaid patera, flamed starburst panels and a foliate patera border, above a conforming inlaid fluted frieze, raised on like-inlaid tapering square legs. h. 30”, w. 48”, d. 20”

191 Pair of Signed Rococo Revival Gilt-Bronze Lamp Standards mid-19th century, English, now mounted as lamps, on scrolltrimmed tripartite bases decorated with raised panels on a stippled ground, the vasiform standards with leaf-molded trim terminating in inverted bell-form sockets, the bases with bottom weights marked “T. Abbott”. h. 33-3/4”, dia. 9”

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193 Edwardian Satinwood Chest early 20th century, in the Regency taste, the banded and bowed top above a conforming case fitted with a geometric inlaid frieze over four banded long drawers, the upper one opening to a push-back baize-lined slide over a compartmented interior, the whole raised on splayed bracket feet. h. 34-1/2”, w. 41”, d. 23”

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196 Esther Hine (British, 1842-1885) “Interior of Hine Family House”, 1872 watercolor on paper signed lower right. Glazed and framed. sight 9-5/8” x 13-1/8”, framed 15-1/2” x 18-5/8” $1,500-$2,500 197 James Fraser Taylor (Scottish, act. 1880-1913) “Scullery Gamestress” oil on wood panel signed lower right. Framed. 22-1/4” x 16-1/4”, framed 30-1/2” x 25-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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198 Queen Anne Britannia Silver Tankard hallmarked London, 1708-1709, by Timothy Ley, of traditional tapering cylindrical form with molded base and rim, “S”-scroll handle, hinged, step-domed lid and scrolling billet, engraved on the body with the arms of Carey impaling Piast(?). h. 6”, dia. 4-1/4”, l. 6”; 13.84 t. oz. $1,800-$2,500 199 Unusual George III Sterling Silver Tea Set

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200 Impressive Late Georgian “Old English� Sterling Silver Assembled Flatware Set with Later Knives hallmarked London, 1786 to 1837, various makers, the knives Sheffield, 1978, by William Yates and 1998 by Terry Shaverin, comprising six-piece place settings for thirtysix persons (two sizes each knife, fork and spoon; three pieces lacking) with an additional twenty-four each steak and dessert knives, four place pieces and six serving pieces, no monograms. 271 pieces 233.19 total t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. Detailed list of pieces available on request. $4,000-$7,000

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201 Good Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Wine Ewers hallmarked London, 1866-1867, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., each with a tall pear-shaped body with fluted panels and oval cartouches, decorated with engraved acanthus scrolls and flowers, with arched, insulated “grapevine” handle, integral spout and hinged cap with grape leaf billet, the whole raised on a conforming foot. h. 14-1/2”, l. 6-1/4”, dia. 4-3/4”; 56.19 total t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,200-$1,800 A single ewer of very similar design is illustrated on the dust jacket cover of John P. Fallon’s Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1992).

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203 Good Garrard & Co. Sterling Silver-Gilt Caviar Dish hallmarked London, 1985, the circular dish raised on three dolphin feet and with hinged shell handles and molded rim, the fitted lid with figural sturgeon handle lifting to reveal the detachable caviar dish above an ice reservoir. h. 5-3/4”, dia. 6-3/4”; 47.68 t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,200-$1,800

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202 Good Victorian Japonaise Sterling Silver Drinks Set hallmarked London, 1883-1884, by John Aldwinkle & James Slater, including a pitcher and two beakers, each of tapering cylindrical form and engraved with herons and bamboo, the pitcher with applied “bamboo” handle with foliate mounts. pitcher h. 8-1/4”, dia. 4-1/4”; beakers h. 4”, dia. 2-4/8”; 30.44 total t. oz. $1,200-$1,800

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204 Khotan Carpet 5’ 8” x 8’ 5” $1,000-$1,500

205 Semi-Antique Mahal Runner 5’ x 27’ 2” $1,200-$1,800

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207 Antique Sultanabad Carpet 11’ 5” x 17’ $10,000-$15,000

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$1,000-$1,500

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11’ 9” x 15’ 3”

$1,000-$1,500

$3,000-$5,000

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214 Pair of Louis XV-Style Mahogany, Kingwood and Marble-Top Petite Commodes early 20th century, each with a shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two quarterveneered drawers, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots. h. 27-1/2”, w. 21”, d. 15” $1,000-$1,500

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216 Pair of French Gilt-Bronze Chenets in the Louis XVI Style first quarter 20th century, with lapis-colored finials mounted with laurel ring pulls and plume-molded finials, the bases decorated with classical masques on lapis-colored grounds and supported on tapering square feet. h. 24-1/2”, w. 14-1/2”, d. 6-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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215 French School (Second Half 18th Century) “Portrait of a Young Prince, Possibly Louis Joseph Xavier, Duke of Burgundy (1751-1761)” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 30” x 27-3/8”, framed 34” x 31” $1,500-$2,500

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217 Louis XV-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode late 19th century, the shaped Breche d’Alep marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two long drawers with decorative banding and centered by a floral spray, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots, stamped “Made in France”. h. 36-1/2”, w. 51-1/2”, d. 24” $1,500-$2,500

218 Pair of Louis XV-Style Gilt-Bronze Chenets second half 20th century, the matte-gilt surface with tooled highlights, molded with scrollwork and flower buds, with latticed panels. h. 17”, w. 10”, d. 6”

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219 French Belle Epoque Gilt-Bronze Jardiniere fourth quarter 19th century, in the rococo taste, molded with scrollwork, rocaille work and pierced latticework, and set with matching handles, the interior with a removable gilt-brass liner. h. 8”, w. 17-3/4”, d. 8-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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220 French Gilt-Bronze Boudoir Clock and Miniature Barometer fourth quarter 19th century, each in the rococo style, the clock in a miniature bronze case on cabriole legs, decorated with scroll and rocaille work, h. 9-1/2”, w. 3-3/4”, d. 2-1/4”, and the gilt-bronze barometer case molded with scroll and rocaille work, and decorated with pierced latticework, h. 11-3/4”, w. 5”, d. 1-1/2”.

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222 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Center Table

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221 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, with a finely carved surround, the serpentine crest set with a rocaille crest framed with scrollwork and sprays of roses, the corners decorated to match, set with an antique beveled mirror plate. h. 80”, w. 41-1/2”

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223 Pair of Gracie, New York, Chinoiserie Wallpaper Panels each depicting Chinese families in a garden landscape with floral vines, bamboo and a colorful bird perched on a bamboo culm, each mounted within a contemporary gilt frame. overall h. 35-1/2”, w. 35-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

224 Chinoiserie-Decorated Potpourri Urn in the English Style 20th century, Asian, the seafoam green ground with bas-relief chinoiserie polychrome decoration, the handles and pierced cover molded with dragons, with a spurious crossed swords mark under the cover. h. 23-1/2”, w. 12-1/2”, d. 7-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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225 French Gilt-Bronze and Crystal Chandelier 20th century, of Baroque inspiration, thirty-six lights, the standard clad with molded glass, the gilt-bronze frame set with scrolled arms supporting candle cups and bronze floriform drip pans on three levels, hung with cut glass drops and interspersed with molded glass finials, the upper portion with two sprays of cut glass drops. h. 66”, dia. 48” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $1,500-$2,500 226 Pair of French Gilt-Bronze Candelabra in the Rococo Revival Taste each with a pierced circular base and standard molded with leaves, the scrolled arms molded with leaves and berries, with matching candle cups and drip pans. h. 31”, dia. 18-1/2” $1,400-$1,800

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227 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Console Table 19th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming frieze centered by a pierced foliate shield amidst scrolling foliate patterns, and raised on C-scroll legs joined by a shaped stretcher and ending in foliate scrolled toes. h. 36”, w. 57”, d. 18” Provenance: Charlotte Nail Antiques, Houston, Texas; Private collection, Houston, Texas. $1,000-$1,500

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228 Louis-Philippe Bronze Dore et Patine Mantel Clock second quarter 19th century, set on a pierced rococo base, the clock case in the form of a fanciful grape arbor, with two bronze children holding a bird, its nest at their feet, the dial framed with grapes and rocaille work, set with a silk-string suspension movement. h. 16”, w. 12-1/2”, d. 6” $1,000-$1,500 229 Pair of French Neo-Grec Gilt-Bronze Candelabra mid-19th century, the elaborate bases decorated with The Three Graces and pierced scrollwork, the standards with figures of “Flora” supporting pierced and scrolled candle arms, decorated with flowers and terminating in drip pans and candle sockets. h. 25-3/4”, dia. 13-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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230 Near Pair of Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Leather Stools early 19th century, each with a square padded leather top over a shaped and foliate shell-carved frieze, raised on bellflowercarved cabriole legs joined by an X-form stretcher and ending in scrolled toes. h. 18”, w. 20-1/2”, d. 20-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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231 Louis XV-Style Kingwood Book Trough and Hanging Shelf 19th century, the angled trough top with brass banding and over a quarter-veneered surface, joined to a lower larger trough by cabriole supports ending in brass sabots on casters, the shaped and graduated shelf with bookmatched kingwood veneers, the front edges trimmed with a gilt-bronze molding, the whole with decorative inlaid banding . h. 31”, w. 21-1/2”, d. 10-1/4”, shelf h. 26”, w. 21”, d. 9” $1,000-$1,500 232 Pair of French Belle Epoque Gilt-Bronze Candelabra fourth quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, the pierced leaf-molded standards and rocaille-molded bases on mauve marble plinths, the leaf-molded arms set with matching candle sockets and drip pans. h. 27-3/4”, dia. 11-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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233 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Mirror mid-20th century, the pierced surround decorated with rocaille and scrollwork, accented with flowerheads, the crest with scrolls forming a swan’s-neck pediment. h. 51-1/2”, w. 50” $1,000-$1,500

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234 French Hand-Woven Allegorical Tapestry of the Triumph of Love Over War early 18th century, with a central scene of Venus, the goddess of love, and Mars, the god of war (disarmed and with his helmet by his feet), with their progeny Cupid, all set within a verdant park with classical architecture, lush floral vine border, now backed in fine taupe cotton, with brass hardware for display. 63” x 88” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $3,500-$5,000 235 French Belle Epoque Gilt-Bronze Centerpiece

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fourth quarter 19th century, the oval bowl pierced with bellflowers and scrollwork, and mounted with scrolled handles terminating in Psyche heads, framed with sprays of leaves and berries, the pierced base resting on cabriole legs set with paw feet, with a removable copper liner. h. 12-1/2”, w. 20-1/2”, d. 10-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 236 Monumental Pair of Dresden-Style Porcelain Palace Urns 20th century, the urns painted with panels of figures in classical dress in Arcadian landscapes, set with loop handles molded with encrusted flowers, topped with putti, the front with two putti supporting a crown, the base with more flowers and putti, the rocaille-molded covers with putti flanking a gilt bouquet knop. h. 62”, w. 29”, d. 21” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $3,000-$5,000 236

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237 Exceptional Pair of French Gilded Age Gilt-Bronze Candelabra fourth quarter 19th century, with figural supports depicting putti on leaf-molded brackets, the leafmolded scrolled candle arms set with tulip-shaped candle cups and matching drip pans, set on two levels. h. 27”, w. 18-1/2”, d. 7-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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238 Louis XVI Kingwood, Rosewood and Marble-Top Encoignure fourth quarter 18th century, by Leonard Boudin (17351807), Paris, the rouge marble top with a rounded front above a conforming case fitted with a concealed Greek-key-inlaid drawer, the opening mechanism underneath, with a single cupboard door with a diamond-patterned band surrounding a parquetry mixed-woods panel, the sides with inlaid faux fluting and an ormolu capital, raised on shaped legs to ormolu paw feet, the upper top stamped “Boudin”. h. 34”, w. 35”, d. 20” $1,200-$1,800 238

239 Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Settee 20th century, the padded and slightly domed back surmounted by a molded frame and musical crest, joined by padded arms to the cushioned seat, raised on stop-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 37”, w. 47”, d. 24” $1,000-$1,500

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240 Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood and Marble-Top Semainier late 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with seven chevron-veneered banded drawers, raised on slightly cabriole legs. h. 59-1/2”, w. 27-1/2”, d. 16-1/2” Provenance: Estate of Victor and Marie Cascio, Monroe, Louisiana. $1,000-$1,500 241 Pair of Transitional Louis XV/XVI-Style Fruitwood Bedside Commodes 20th century, each with a slightly bowed rectangular top above a conforming case raised on slender cabriole legs, the whole with decorative banding. h. 26-1/2”, w. 15”, d. 12-1/4” $1,500-$2,500

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242 Pair of French Gilt-Bronze and Porcelain Sconces 20th century, in the Louis XVI taste, each with a bowknot and tassels backplate, and decorated with a bleu-celeste-ground porcelain oval plaque with a couple in 18th-century costume, set with leaf-molded candle arms terminating in fluted drip pans and candle cups, with spurious Sevres marks on the back. h. 30-1/4”, w. 13-1/4”, d. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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243 Pair of Louis XV-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Commodes early 20th century, each with a shaped marble top above a conforming case fitted with a single cupboard door inset with a panel depicting a figural landscape, the sides paneled en suite, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots. h. 31”, w. 28”, d. 14” $1,000-$1,500

244 French Gilt-Bronze and Crystal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, in the Louis XVI taste, the bronze frame set with scrolled arms supporting floriform prism-hung drip pans and turned candle sockets, the frame hung with graduated sprays of crystal drops, with an interior spear-point finial and a corona of sprays of drops crowning the top. h. 26”, dia. 19” 244

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245 Pair of Provincial Louis XV-Style Fruitwood Fauteuils 20th century, each with a shaped and padded back surmounted by a floral crest, joined by padded arms to the like seat, raised on cabriole legs ending in foliate toes. h. 37” $1,000-$1,500

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246 Louis XV-Style Miniature Oak Bombe Commode first quarter 19th century, French, with a molded top, two drawers set with brass handles and pierced escutcheons, molded corners and carved ram’s-horn feet. h. 13-3/4”, w. 18-1/4”, d. 8-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

247 Louis XV-Style Miniature Walnut Commode 20th century, French, with a molded top, three drawers, a shaped skirt and cabriole legs, the sides and drawer fronts decorated with panels. h. 15-1/4”, w. 17”, d. 10”

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248 Louis XV-Style Beechwood Daybed the scroll ends on molded supports with scalloped rails and cabriole legs on French toes, the seat fitted with a loose cushion. h. 33”, w. 86-3/4”, d. 36” $1,000-$1,500

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249 Ferdinand Minor (German, 1814-1883) “Italian Girl, Beneath an Orange Tree” oil on canvas signed lower right, a “Josef Pfefferle, Munchen” label on frame back. Framed. 30” x 24”, framed 40” x 34” Provenance: Christie’s, London, October 10, 1996, lot 212. $1,500-$2,500

250 Set of Twelve French Raised Gilt Service Plates 20th century, decorated with gilt flowers on a Chinese red border, framed with raised gilt, the bottoms with a raised gilt Pegasus square medallion, marked “Limoges / French / Decoration / Hand Painted”. dia. 10-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

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251 Antique Aubusson Carpet 11’ 2” x 14’ 2” Literature: John Stark et al., American Approach to Antique Carpets - Volume III, Singapore: Stark Carpet, 1994, this carpet illus. plate 34. A copy of this book will accompany the carpet for the purchaser. $3,000-$5,000

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252 Louis-Philippe Aubusson Carpet 6’ x 9’ 2” $1,000-$1,500

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253 Semi-Antique Aubusson Carpet 6’ 3” x 9’ 8” $1,200-$1,800

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254 Semi-Antique Aubusson Carpet 13’ 9” x 17’ 7” $7,000-$10,000

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255 Pair of French Belle Epoque Gilt-Bronze and Onyx Candelabra ca. 1900, the onyx oeuf-form standards resting on octagonal onyx bases and set with bronze leaf-molded handles and swags of flowers, the leaf-molded candle arms and sockets decorated with beaded swagging, the top portions hung with chains. h. 22”, dia. 9-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

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256 French Giltwood Mirror in the Baroque taste fourth quarter 19th century, the central beveled mirror plate and side plates decorated with pierced corner scrollwork, the surround fitted with a pierced arabesque scrollwork crest with a rocaille center, the sides with drapery of flowers and bellflowers. h. 59-1/2”, w. 40-3/4” $1,400-$1,800 257 Pair of Gilt-Bronze Candelabra in the Baroque Taste first quarter 20th century, on hexagonal bases, the tripartite standards set with scrolled corners and putti heads, the leafmolded and scrolled arms set with reeded and molded candle sockets with matching drip pans, now electrified. h. 28”, dia. 17” $2,000-$4,000

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258 Louis XVI-Style Kingwood and Rosewood Games Table late 19th century, the hinged demi-lune top banded and with a chevron sunburst inlay, opening to a baize-lined interior, above a conforming chevron-veneered frieze, raised on tapering square legs ending in caps. h. 30”, w. 39”, d. 20” (closed) $1,000-$1,500 259 French Bronze-Mounted Sevres-Style Potpourri Urn ca. 1900, possibly Samson, the urn decorated with handpainted roses framed with raised scrollwork against a blue diapered ground, mounted with lion’s-head handles and paw feet, the cover set into a pierced bronze bezel and fitted with a bronze flower knop, with a spurious Sevres-style mark. h. 13-1/4”, w. 8-1/2”, d. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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260 Georgi Alexandrovich Lapchine (Russian, 1885-1950) “Vue de Notre-Dame de Paris et Le Petit Pont” oil on linen signed lower right. Framed. 13-7/8” x 10-7/8”, framed 20-3/4” x 17-1/2” $2,000-$4,000 259

Georges Lapchine (born Georgii Aleksandrovich Lapshin) was a gifted landscape/still life painter, who perfected the lighting and palette of the Post Impressionist-style. His street/ monument scenes are as prolific as his rural landscapes and floral still-lifes; all employ his characteristic rich texture rendered through impastos of color - ochre, ivory, sienna, phthalo and ultramarine blues loosely applied with broad brushwork and palette knife. Originally from Russia, Lapchine first studied in Moscow in the Art School of Stroganov and in France in F. Kormon’s studio, before permanently moving to Paris in 1924. Lapchine exhibited annually from 1925 to 1940 in the prestigious Salon des Independents, and held numerous other exhibitions and engagements, including the Societe des Artistes Francais, the Great Exhibition of Russian Art and Turgenev’s artistic community. The Notre Dame Cathedral, an architectural chef d’oeuvre of Paris and Christendom, was equally mastered by the virtuoso of Lapchine. He painted the Cathedral in a handful of small ~8” x 10” studies, each time capturing a different angle and light of the edifice on the Ile de la Cite. The painting offered here is not only the largest and most complete painting by Lapchine of the Notre Dame to be offered at auction (according to Artnet and Artprice), but it also depicts one of the most famous angles of the West facade from the Petit Pont.

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261 Louis XVI-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Commode late 18th century, the canted rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with five long paneled drawers, all flanked to either side by a canted, fluted stile, raised on cabriole feet ending in sabots. h. 48-1/2”, w. 49-1/2”, d. 18-1/2” $1,400-$1,800 262 Louis XVI Mahogany and Marble-Top Cabinet, Stamped “C. M. Magnien” late 18th century, the rounded rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with two mirrored cupboard doors over two paneled cupboard doors, all with decorative ormolu millwork, raised on tapering circular legs ending in brass caps, the back bearing the stamp “C. M. Magnien.” h. 58”, w. 36-1/2”, d. 16-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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263 Gilt-Metal and Crystal Chandelier of Neoclassical Inspiration 20th century, the eighteen-light chandelier with scrolled arms and a molded glass-clad standard, decorated with medallions terminating in molded glass drip pans, the upper standard with a spray of prisms and strands of prisms hung from the standard to arms with swags of prisms hung below. h. 33-1/2”, dia. 33-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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265 Italian Painted and Parcel-Gilt Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, in the rococo taste, the rocaillecarved frame with a gilt scroll-carved liner, with a pierced, scroll-carved crest, the corners decorated with flowerheads and the sides with carved leaves framed with pierced scrollwork. h. 64-1/2”, w. 39-1/4” $1,800-$2,500 266 Regence-Style Giltwood Settee

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264 Louis XV-Style Creme-Peinte and Parcel-Gilt Bench

19th century, the padded and domed back joined by foliateand floral-carved arms to the padded seat, raised above a shaped shell-carved apron on cabriole legs ending in scrolled toes. h. 43”, w. 56”, d. 26”

20th century, the padded rectangular top above a conforming foliate shell-carved frieze, raised on cabriole legs joined by shaped stretchers and ending in foliate scrolled toes. h. 19-1/2”, w. 39”, d. 16”

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267 Suite of Eight Louis XV-Style Dining Chairs each with a molded back joined to a like seat rail, with serpentine front rail and cabriole legs, now painted gold and upholstered in textured cream leather edged with brass tacks. h. 36-1/4” $1,500-$2,500

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early 20th century, the padded tri-sected back surmounted by a floral basket crest joined by outwardly rounded and padded arms to the cushioned seat, raised above a fluted apron, on stop-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 44” $2,500-$4,000

269 Set of Twelve Royal Bayreuth Service Plates ca. 1902-1914, Austrian, decorated with gilt scrollwork on a framboise border, trimmed in raised gilt, with cream centers, some plates signed indistinctly, some unsigned and one clearly marked. dia. 10-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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271 Belle Epoque Giltwood Mirror of Louis XVI Inspiration fourth quarter 19th century, the oval mirror with a surround molded with oak leaves and acorns, the inner liner decorated with beading, crowned with a pierced bowknot crest and set with a beveled mirror plate. h. 49”, w. 31-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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270 Provincial Louis XV-Style Elm Burl and Walnut Banquet Table the circular top with burlwood panels framed by inlaid stringing and borders, on a base with six cabriole legs, extending to accommodate three 23” leaves. h. 30”, dia. 62”, ext. l. 134”

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272 John Henry Dolph (American, 1835-1903) “A Watchful Eye”, 1901 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 16” x 20”, framed 23” x 27-3/16” $7,000-$10,000 273 Charming Louis XVI-Style Polychrome and Caned Youth Bed ca. 1900, the rope-carved frame with a floralcarved crest, with caned panels and rails, raised on turned and fluted legs. h. 41”, inside w. 24-1/2”, l. 56-1/2”, outside w. 28”, l. 60-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 273

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274 Unusual French Gilt-Brass and Glass “Basket of Flowers” Lamp

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first quarter 20th century, the blown glass base decorated with cut and etched wreaths, and mounted in a pierced brass base with “lace” trim, set with six lights on brass stems with frosted glass floriform shades, beneath a braided brass handle with a ribbon finial. h. 23”, w. 8-1/2”, d. 14” $2,500-$4,000 275 Pair of Belle Epoque Marble and Bronze Candelabra fourth quarter 19th century, the marble bodies supported on hoof-footed monopodia terminating in baby Psyche heads, each set with a bouquet of sculpted bronze flowers interspersed with candle sockets, on marble bases with beaded trim. h. 19-1/2”, dia. 9-1/4” $1,200-$1,800 276 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Duchesse Brisee ca. 1900, the bergere of barrel form, the molded back wrapping around to closed arms with scroll ends, with a bowed seat rail and fluted and stop-fluted legs and arm supports, h. 35”, w. 27”, d. 28”, and the conforming ottoman with a molded apron, corner rosettes and like modeling of the legs, h. 19-1/2”, w. 30-1/2”, d. 27-1/2”, both upholstered in floral silk brocade on a cream ground with loose cushions. Provenance: French Antique Shop, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,800-$2,500

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277 Metal and Glass Chandelier of French Inspiration 20th century, the standard clad in molded glass and hung with prisms, with carved arms terminating in prism-hung glass prism rings and reeded candle cups. h. 22”, dia. 29” $1,000-$1,500 278 Louis XV-Style Polychrome, Parcel-Gilt and Marble-Top Commode early 20th century, retaining its original Brocatelle Jaune du Jura marble top above three graduated bombe-form drawers with floral-carved details and moire paneled drawer bottom, raised on scroll-carved legs. h. 38”, w. 61”, d. 24” $1,200-$1,800 279 Collection of Anna Weatherley Molded Porcelain

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ca. 2003, Hungarian, including “ivy garland” bowls, dia. 9-1/2”, an “exotic butterflies” bowl, dia. 9-1/2”, a “wildberry lavender” bowl, dia. 8”, a “wildberry lavender” dish, dia. 4-1/2”, a pair of “wildberry lavender” covered butter dishes, dia. 6-1/2”, three “ivy garland” oblong dishes, w. 8-1/2”, d. 6”, an “ivy garland” scalloped dish, dia. 8-1/2”, an “ivy garland” bread-and-butter plate, dia. 6”, and a “green leaf” dish, dia. 6”, along with two Herend trays, one “Princess Victoria Green” and the other “Persil”, w. 18-1/2”, d. 11-3/4”. $1,000-$1,500

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280 Fine Pair of Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Beechwood Fauteuils ca. 1900, each crisply carved throughout with a gadrooned top rail flanked by finials, the open arms on reeded and twistfluted supports capped by floral roundels, the bowed seat rail fluted and stop-fluted, on fluted tapering circular legs. h. 35-3/4” $1,700-$2,500 281 Gaston Balande (Spanish/French, 1880-1971) Panoramic View of the Port of Rouen”

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oil on canvas signed lower left, verso inscribed “Rouen 28”. Framed. 21-1/4” x 29”, framed 28-1/2” x 36” $4,000-$7,000 282 Constantin Kluge (Russian/French, 1912-2003) “Chateau du Mont-l’Eveque” oil on canvas signed lower right, titled on stretcher. Framed. 44-3/4” x 77”, framed 47-5/8” x 80” $7,000-$10,000 281

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283 Paul-Emile Pissarro (French, 1884-1972) “La Vallee des Chasseurs (Calvados)” oil on canvas signed lower right, signed and titled en verso. Framed. 18” x 21-5/8”, framed 24-5/8” x 28-1/4” Provenance: Hotel de Ventes de Bayeux, Bayeux, France, May 19, 2019, lot 64. Stern Pissarro Gallery has kindly confirmed the authenticity of this work. $5,000-$8,000 283

284 Georges Manzana Pissarro (French, 1871-1961) “Paysage avec Jardiniere de Fleurs” oil on masonite signed lower left. Framed. 13” x 14-1/2”, framed 17-1/2” x 18-3/4” Stern Pissarro Gallery has kindly confirmed the authenticity of this work. $5,000-$8,000

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285 Louis Kronberg (American, 1872-1965) “Repose 5, Aline”, 1942 pastel on canvas signed lower right, frame backing titled, localized, dated and inscribed. Glazed and framed. 29-3/4” x 25-1/2”, framed 37” x 33” $4,000-$7,000

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286 Louis Kronberg (American, 1872-1965) “Dancer in Green”

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pastel on board signed lower right, with extensive inscriptions en verso, including artist name and address, medium and title, as well as several labels, including a “Guarisco Gallery” label. Glazed and framed. 29” x 20”, framed 39-1/2” x 30-1/2” $8,000-$12,000 Often referred to as the American Degas, Louis Kronberg was a prominent early 20th-century artist, best known for his depictions of the performing arts, particularly dancers in fine pastels. A native of Boston, he first studied at the Boston Museum School under Edmund C. Tarbell and Frank Weston, but his work is more directly influenced by the French Impressionists he was exposed to in Paris while studying at the Academie Julian (1894-1896) under Raphael Collin and Benjamin Constant as a Longfellow Traveling Scholar. Kronberg was immediately attracted to the movement and composition of Collin’s Asian beauties and use of Japanese woodblocks, Edgar Degas’ use of the pastel medium and Whistler’s palette-symphonies of color. Kronberg’s ability to synthesize these influences into a distinct style that captured the depth of surface texture, the figures’ skin, and movement through the building up of layers of pastel or impasto

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attracted much recognition; he received the Chevalier Legion d’Honneur in 1951, was a member of the Boston Art Club, National Academy of Design and Salon des Beaux Arts in Paris. His work was greatly supported by Isabella Stewart Gardner, who purchased numerous works by the artist and retained his services as an art consultant/ Parisian buyer for the museum. The two works offered here represent Kronberg’s talent for capturing depth and movement - both paintings were executed numerous times through various poses - the dark dancer in green with pale skin closely resembles the celebrated dancer Tamara Gross, and the female nude in repose, seen from the back seated on the couch, was painted at least four times between 1936-1942.


287 Carved and Painted Mirror in the Louis XV Taste 20th century, the exterior of the surround lined with rocaille work and decorated with pierced scrolls and loops of bellflowers, the crest with a fleur-delis of carved leaves, supported on bellflowers and scrollwork and terminating in carved flowers. h. 51”, w. 27”

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$1,000-$1,500 288 French Carved Neoclassical Boiserie Sur la Porte early 19th century, the carving in ribbon-bound reeding terminating in carved tendrils, retaining traces of the original gilding. h. 10-3/4”, l. 77” $1,000-$1,500 289 French Carved and Painted Barometer 20th century, in the Louis XV taste, with a bowknot crest over the works, the thermometer flanked by pierced sprays of laurel leaves, the egg-and-dart top molding crowned with two carved birds. h. 43”, w. 19” $1,500-$2,500 290 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome and Parcel-Gilt Cheval Mirror the oval mirror with a carved frame mounted to a pair of acanthus leaf-carved standards with cast brass pineapple mounting bolts. h. 72-1/2”, w. 35”, d. 18”

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291 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome and Parcel-Gilt Settee first half 20th century, gilt-accented gris-de-Trianon, the back and rails with beaded, foliate-and ribbon-carved molding, the open arms terminating in scrolled ends with leaf carving, on shaped supports with like carving, raised on fluted legs, now in floral cut-velvet upholstery. h. 40-1/4”, w. 52-1/2”, d. 25” Provenance: Nina Sloss Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000-$1,500 292 Pair of Louis XV-Style Polychromed Walnut Demi-lune Cabinets

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each top in a natural finish over a case with a drawer over a pair of paneled doors on fiche hinges, scalloped apron and cabriole legs, each bearing the branded label “Don Ruseau, Inc., Dallas, TX”. h. 32-3/4”, w. 44”, d. 18-3/4” $1,200-$1,800 293 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome and Marble-Top Center Table the circular marble top with a molded edge, above a conforming paneled frame with lattice-patterned incising and carved patera accents, raised on paneled tapering square legs joined by an X-form stretcher and ending in peg feet. h. 30-1/2”, dia. 42” $2,000-$4,000

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$2,500-$4,000 299 Extensive Raynaud, Limoges, “Pluton” Dinner Service ca. 1999 to present, French, the rims with textured gold bands flanking a platinum band in acorn and oak leaf design, the service including twenty-four dinner plates, dia. 10-1/2”, twenty-four luncheon plates, dia. 8-1/2”, twenty-four soup plates, dia. 8-1/4”, twentyfive salad plates, dia. 7-1/2”, twenty-four bread-andbutter plates, dia. 6-1/2”, and twenty-four flat cups and saucers, h. 2-1/4”, dia. 6”. 298

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299A Louis XVI Pickled Oak Marble-Top Console Table 18th century, the pierced and carved apron with swags of garlands and carved ribbons, raised on down-curved legs joined by a Greek-key stretcher set with a large urn and floral swags. h. 35”, w. 53”, d. 20” $3,000-$5,000 300 Pair of Silvered-Bronze Candelabra in the Louis XVI Taste fourth quarter 19th century, the reeded and stop-fluted bases decorated with laurel swags, the removable leaf-molded candle branches terminating in leaf-molded candle sockets and laurel-molded drip pans, with central urn-form finials mounted with ram’s heads and flame-form knops. h. 17-3/4”, dia. 10-1/2”

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$1,000-$1,500 301 Silvered Bronze Basket-Form Jardiniere first quarter 20th century, probably French, the pierced basket decorated with latticework, the edge and handle trimmed with roping, the removable bronze liner with a silverplate exterior. h. 16”, w. 11”, d. 9-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 302 Tatiana Faberge Silverplate and Glass Centerpiece contemporary, Geneva, Switzerland, with a figural dolphin standard above a waisted base with leafand-dart banding and surmounted by a circular fluted glass dish. h. 15-1/4”, dia. 12-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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303 Theo Faberge Crystal and Sterling Silver St. Vladimir Egg 1992, from the St. Petersburg Collection, limited edition of 500, created to celebrate the millennium anniversary of Russian Orthodox Christianity, the exterior burgundy-enameled hand-cut crystal accented with silver scrolls, topped with a vermeil dome and silver Russian Orthodox cross, the base engraved in script “No 318/T. Faberge”, the egg opening to reveal a sterling silver hallmarked disc topped with a silver scaled replica of St. Vladimir’s Cathedral, the disc inscribed in Church Slavonic “988 One Thousand Years of Rus’ 1988”, presented in the original signed gold and velvet carrying case with hinged doors and brass bale handle, accompanied by the authenticity card hand-signed in ink “Theo Faberge/21st March/1992”, also includes the Andrew Moore book featuring this egg on the dust jacket, front and back. egg h. 5-3/4”; case h. 6-3/4”, w. 6-1/2”, d. 6-1/2” Provenance: Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana. 303

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304 Theo Faberge Cobalt Crystal and Silver “Columbus” Egg 1991, from the St. Petersburg Collection, limited edition of 750, created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America, the exterior accented in 23-carat gold and enamel, topped with a silver crown, the flared crystal foot with a vermeil band depicting sea ripples and signed underneath “T. Faberge No. 186”, the egg opening to reveal a sterling silver hallmarked disc, the silver Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria with enamel and vermeil sails on a vermeil sea with a nearby island mountain, presented in the original signed gold and velvet carrying case with hinged doors and brass bale handle, includes the original red box. egg h. 8-1/2”, dia. 3-1/8”; case h. 9-1/2”, w. 6-1/2”, d. 6-1/2”

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305 Theo Faberge Crystal and Silver “Four Seasons” Egg 1992, from the St.. Petersburg Collection, limited edition of 750, the crystal egg cut and gilded with 23-carat gold, each season depicted in richly detailed, hand-painted ovals, the egg topped with a silver Imperial Crown set with a ruby, the base engraved in script “No. 477/T. Faberge”, presented in the original signed gold and velvet carrying case with hinged doors and brass bale handle, accompanied by the authenticity card hand-signed in ink “Theo Faberge/21st March/1992”. egg h. 5”; case h. 7”, w. 6-1/2”, d. 6-1/2” Provenance: Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Andrew Moore Theo Faberge and the St. Petersburg Collection (London: Dauphin Publishing, Ltd. & the St. Petersburg Collection, 1989), pp. 118 and 119.

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$1,000-$1,500 306 Puiforcat “St. Petersbourg” Partial Dinner Service ca. 1990-1994, French, the service with a pink ground and decorated with Easter eggs hung from bowknots, comprising six dinner plates, dia. 10-3/4”, five salad plates, dia. 7-3/4”, ten soup bowls, dia. 6-1/2”, and six cups, h. 2”, with six saucers, dia. 5-1/2”, each piece marked. $1,000-$1,500 307 Ludovic Vallee (French, 1864-1939) “Still Life of Flowers and Various Objects” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 13” x 16”, framed 20” x 23”

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308 Georgette Meunier (Belgian, 1859-1951) “Floral Still Life” pastel on paper on canvas faintly signed upper right. Framed. 25-1/2” x 33”, framed 29-1/4” x 37” $1,200-$1,600 309 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Chaise Longue 19th century, the shaped and padded back surmounted by a stepped crest and end finials, and joined to the long padded seat by downswept, stop-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet, upholstered in silver floral and scroll-embossed putty leather . h. 38”, w. 25”, l. 60-1/2”

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$1,000-$1,500 310 Monumental French Belle Epoque Patinated Bronze Sconce fourth quarter 19th century, depicting a profusion of putti holding torches, now set with light sockets and art glass lily shades after Tiffany, the backplate molded as a bowknot and swag, inscribed “Joseph Cheret” on a lower section of the swag and signed by Gustave Joseph Cheret (French, 18381894). h. 38”, w. 23”, d. 10” $3,000-$5,000

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311 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Console Table the inset marble top with a serpentine front, projecting ovolo corners and concave sides, in a conforming frame with asymmetrical pierced carving, raised on cabriole legs with shell and leaf carving and French toes, joined by serpentine stretchers. h. 39-1/2”, w. 65”, d. 21” $1,200-$1,800

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312 Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-1985) “Paysage Anime au Champ de Ble” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 18” x 21-1/2”, framed 22-1/2” x 26” $3,000-$5,000

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313 Jean Vollet (French, b. 1935) “Autumn View with Town and Church Steeple in Distance” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 21” x 26-1/2”, framed 27-1/4” x 33” $1,000-$1,500

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314 Antal Berkes (Hungarian, 1874-1938) “Autumnal Parisian Scene” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 24” x 31-1/2”, framed 33-1/2” x 41” $4,000-$7,000

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315 Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988) “Place Saint Michel et Notre Dame, Paris in 1900” oil on canvas signed lower right, titled and stamped en verso. Framed. 12-1/2” x 17-3/4”, framed 16-3/4” x 21-3/4” $2,000-$4,000

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316 Louis Pascin (French, b. 1957) “Young Woman and Cat” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. sight 27” x 19”, framed 34” x 26” $1,500-$2,500

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317 Pair of French Molded Crystal and Gilt-Bronze CampanaForm Urns second half 20th century, in the Baccarat taste, with leafmolded bases, the handles with Bacchanalian masques. h. 17-1/2”, w. 6-3/4”, d. 6-3/4” $1,200-$1,800 318 Pair of French Bronze and Cut Glass Urns 20th century, probably Baccarat, each diamond-point cut glass urn mounted with a pair of bronze “handles” in the form of angels, each supporting a pair of engine-turned candle cups, and raised on an engine-turned bronze base. h. 13”, w. 11-1/2”, d. 5-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

319 Two French Cut Glass and Gilt-Bronze Objects 20th century, possibly Baccarat, including a rectangular jewelry case cut with blocks and stars, h. 3-3/4”, w. 5-1/4”, d. 3-3/4”, and an open basket cut in the diamond point pattern, with a gilt-bronze pierced rope-twist handle and base, h. 8-1/2”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 5-1/2”. $1,000-$1,500 320 L’Epee “Corniche” Carriage Clock 20th century, French, in a gilt-bronze case, the dial signed “L’Epee, Fondee en 1839, Sainte-Suzanne, France”, with an alarm function, the clock set with beveled glass on the front, sides, back and top. h. 6-1/2”, w. 4”, d. 3” $1,000-$1,500

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321 French Tiffany-Retailed Gilt-Bronze Carriage Clock 20th century, set with beveled glass, the dial marked “Tiffany & Co. France”, with the day, month and date dials on the lower front. h. 6-3/4”, w. 3-1/2”, d. 2-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 322 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Side Tables

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324 Emile Godchaux (French, 1860-1938) “Bouquet de Fleurs” oil on canvas signed lower right. Period giltwood and gesso frame. 36-1/2” x 23-3/4”, framed 50-1/8” x 37-3/8” $5,500-$8,000

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325 Alexandre Rene Veron (French, 1826-1897) “Le Chasseur, pres de la Calais” oil on canvas signed lower left, titled on “Salon de Paris” exhibition label on stretcher. Framed. 45-3/4” x 35”, framed 58” x 47” Provenance: Galerie Michael, Beverly Hills, California; Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $7,000-$10,000

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326 French Bronze and Crystal Chandelier in the Baroque Taste 20th century, with a molded glass-clad standard, the bronze frame set with scrolled candle arms hung with drops, the upper portion with two sprays of drops, with a cut spherical pendant finial. h. 26”, dia. 12” $1,200-$1,800 327 Louis XVI-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode 20th century, the demi-lune marble top above a conforming case fitted with a swag-inlaid frieze over three drawers, all banded and quarterveneered, flanked to either side by a banded panel, raised on ormolu-mounted tapering circular legs. h. 34-1/2”, w. 35-1/2”, d. 17-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 326

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first quarter 20th century, the urn-form standard mounted with ram’s-head handles and swags of flowers, the base with bronze-molded leaves and reeding, raised on a green marble plinth, mounted with a shade. h. 30-1/2”, w. 16”, d. 12” $1,000-$1,500 329 Exceptional French Neo-Grec Bronze and Marble Clock third quarter 19th century, mounted with a bronze figure of Hebe and Jupiter’s eagle, after Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1881), and marked “Carrier”, the clock by Lemerle-Charpentier, Paris, and marked on both the dial and works, the fluted marble case with trailing ivy framing the dial, the front foot molded with a leopard’s head, the handles with anthemia. h. 28-1/2”, w. 22”, d. 12-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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330 Transitional Louis XV/XVI Kingwood and Marble-Top Petite Commode late 18th/early 19th century, the ovoid marble top within a three-quarter pierced brass gallery, above a conforming case fitted with three banded drawers, joined to a lower kidneyform shelf by cabriole supports ending in sabots. h. 28-1/4”, w. 18-1/2”, d. 14” $1,000-$1,500

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331 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Bergeres avec Oreilles 20th century, each with a trisected padded back surmounted by a floral crest, joined by downswept sides and scrolling padded arms to the cushioned seat, raised on stop-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 43” $2,000-$4,000

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333 Maria Theresa-Style Crystal Chandelier 20th century, the sixteen-light chandelier with scrolled glassclad arms set with three lights, two on the lower lever and one on the upper level, hung with swags of faceted crystals, the swags hung with cut glass drops. h. 29”, dia. 27’ $1,000-$1,500 334 Pair of Large Napoleon III Giltwood Mirrors third quarter 19th century, the rounded corner surrounds decorated with raised cabochons, the pierced crests with scrollwork supporting vases of pierced flowers and leaves, mounted with angels and triple swags of flowers and grape leaves, hung over the tops of the mirror plates. h. 79”, w. 41” $1,400-$1,800

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335 French Bronze and Verde Antique Marble Potpourri Urn ca. 1900, in the Louis XV taste, the marble urn with polished bronze swan handles supporting swags of flowers and a pierced cover with a cone-form knop, the base with a ribbon-bound laurel wreath. h. 20-1/2”, w. 8”, d. 6-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

336 Transitional Louis XV/XVI-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the rectangular marble top with a projecting center section, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, the upper one with inlaid fluting, the lower two quarter-veneered, raised on cabriole feet. h. 30”, w. 46”, d. 21-1/2”

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338 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Ebonized Chinoiserie Marble-Top Demi-lune Commodes each with an inset marble top within a gilt laurel-carved edge, above a conforming case fitted with two central drawers, flanked to either side by a rounded cupboard, raised on ringturned tapering circular legs. h. 34-1/2”, w. 42”, d. 18-1/2” $3,000-$5,000

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340 Two Swiss Cylinder Music Boxes fourth quarter 19th century, the larger example with a reproduction 6 air play card, the cover inlaid with a classical urn and sprays of leaves, h. 6-1/4”, w. 22-1/2”, d. 8”, and the smaller example with a reproduction “8 air Mandoline Expression Zither” play card under the cover, the top inlaid with scrollwork and the sides mounted with molded bronze handles, h. 5-1/2”, w. 22-1/4”, d. 8-3/4”.

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$1,200-$1,800 341 Napoleon III Marquetry-Inlaid Jewelry Case third quarter 19th century, of shaped rectangular form and inlaid with a brass escutcheon framed with laurel leaves and set into marquetry work including holly, kingwood and circassian walnut, the facade inlaid to match, the interior fitted with silk- and velvet-lined trays over inlaid drawers lined to match. h. 7-1/4”, w. 16”, d. 9-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 342 Fourteen Volumes on French and Spanish Literature, Art and History

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343 Napoleon III Mahogany Gentleman’s Wardrobe ca. 1900, of breakfront form, the ormolu-mounted cornice above two central paneled doors opening to a mirrored interior, further opening to a hanging space, flanked to either side by a single door, each inset with a paned and glazed panel with ormolu mullions, the whole raised on fluted and acanthine-modeled giltwood feet, the back branded “Ve Jose Ribas, MueblesDecoracion, Barcelona”. h. 79”, w. 90”, d. 24-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 344 Fine French White Marble Roundel of Napoleon III third quarter 19th century, the Emperor sculpted in high relief and in profile, now in a custom-made easel-form mahagony and ebonized wood presentation frame. roundel dia. 30”, frame h. 42-1/2”, w. 37”, d. 21-1/2”

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346 Exceptional Monumental Neo-Grec Giltwood Mirror third quarter 19th century, French or American, the scrolled corners carved with bunches of flowers, the edges carved with flowerheads, egg-and-dart and dentilation, the centers of the sides with trailing ivy on a sanded ground, the inner liner with a ribbon-bound beading and a molded Moorish arch. overall h. 67”, w. 52”, rabbet h. 44”, w. 28-1/2” $2,000-$4,000 347 Pair of Louis-Philippe Bronze Dore et Patine Moderator Lamps mid-19th century, on molded scrolled feet, the turned standards with Elizabethan Revival gilt-bronze mounts, the pierced burner covers and wick raisers set with engraved and frosted hurricane-style shades. h. 29”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 7-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 348 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Bronze and Marble Garniture Urns ca. 1900, French, the bronze dore et patine urns with satyr-head handles, the sides decorated with dancing putti overhung with swags of laurel leaves, the covers with grape-molded knops, raised on verde antique marble bases. h. 16-1/4”, w. 6-3/4”, d. 6” $1,000-$1,500

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349 Continental Patinated Bronze of a Reclining Putto second half 19th century, probably an element of a mantle clock, cast as an allegory of the four seasons with a Bacchic wreath, holding a bird’s nest and surrounded by a scythe and sheaves of wheat, inside inscribed “BART”. h. 8”, w. 11-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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350 Charles Hermans (Belgian, 1839-1924) “At Dawn” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 60-1/2” x 68”, framed 70-1/2” x 78-1/4” Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, November 21, 1989, lot 67; Kurt E. Schon, Ltd. Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $75,000-$125,000

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351 Jules Worms (French, 1832-1924) “Musical Interlude - Woman and Harlequin” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 18” x 21-3/4”, framed 26” x 29-1/2” $15,000-$25,000

352 Attributed to Paul Dubois (French, 1829-1905) “Commedia dell’Arte Figure of Harlequin” patinated bronze unmarked, on self-base. overall h. 33-1/2”, w. 17” $2,000-$4,000 352

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353 Jean Beraud (French, 1849-1936) “Escrimeuse” oil on wood panel signed lower left, verso with “F. Dupre” stencil and various stenciled numbers. Framed. 21-1/4” x 13”, framed 26-1/2” x 17-1/2” $25,000-$40,000

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“Cardinal Training His Dog” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 20” x 15-1/2”, framed 25” x 21” $2,000-$4,000

355 Victor Marais-Milton (French, 1872-1948) “Contemplative Cardinal” oil on academy board signed lower right, faint letter of authenticity inscribed and signed by the artist en verso. Framed. 18-1/4” x 15”, framed 25” x 21-3/4” $1,500-$2,500

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356 Antique Oushak Carpet 7’ 3” x 12’ 8” $6,000-$9,000

357 Qum Silk Carpet 4’ 1” x 6’ 5” $2,500-$4,000

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359 Semi-Antique Mashad Carpet 10’ x 13’ 11” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $3,000-$5,000

360 Khotan Carpet 4’ 10” x 8’ 11” $1,500-$2,500

361 Nain Silk and Wool Carpet signed. 3’ 8” x 6’ 8” $1,000-$1,500

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362 Antique Bakshaish Carpet 10’ x 14’ 4” $12,000-$18,000

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366 Semi-Antique Tabriz Carpet 11’ 4” x 14’ 10” $6,000-$9,000

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367 Anton Nicolaas Marie Karssen (Dutch, b. 1945) “At the Beach” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 19-1/2” x 31-1/2”, framed 26” x 37-1/4” $1,200-$1,800

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368 Willem Heytman (Dutch, b. 1950) “At the Beach” oil on wood panel signed lower right. Framed. 24” x 30”, framed 31” x 37” $1,200-$1,800

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369 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954) “Rialto Bridge, Venice” oil on wood panel signed lower right and en verso. Framed. 20” x 24”, framed 25-3/8” x 29-1/2” $2,500-$4,000

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370 Neoclassical-Style Polychrome Bookcase the rectangular, heavily molded cornice above an urn- and garland-carved frieze, over four open shelves, surrounded by a ribboned floral garland band, over two paneled cupboard doors, flanked by a like garland, raised on bracket feet. h. 97”, w. 54”, d. 18” 372

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371 Pair of French Giltwood Urns second quarter 19th century and later, now mounted as boudoir lamps, the urns carved with Grecian wave scrollwork and set with leaf-carved handles, mounted on acrylic bases. h. 15”, w. 5-1/4”, d. 5-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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372 Pair of French Giltwood Urns second quarter 19th century and later, now mounted as boudoir lamps, the urns carved with Grecian wave scrollwork and set with leaf-carved handles, mounted on acrylic bases. h. 15”, w. 5-1/4”, d. 5-1/4” $1,000-$1,500


373 Italian Neoclassical Fruitwood Commode 19th century, the rectangular top banded and with a chevron-veneered central panel, above a conforming case fitted with two long drawers, each with decorative banding and chevron veneers, the sides veneered en suite, raised on tapering square legs ending in brass caps. h. 33”, w. 51-1/2”, d. 26-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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374 Suite of Twelve Biedermeier-Style Mahogany Armchairs each with a concave back with a shaped panel edged with parcel-gilt moldings, open arms and tapering flare legs, the seat cushion edged with brass tacks, the underside retaining a brass “Neiman Marcus” plate, upholstered in silver floral and scroll-embossed putty leather. h. 35-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

375 Pair of Continental Neoclassical Burl Elm and Mahogany Window Seats 20th century, each with a long padded seat flanked to each end by a padded, rounded upright with applied foliate ormolu accent, raised on splayed tapering square legs. h. 37-1/4”, w. 41-1/4”, d. 15-3/4”

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376 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Pierced Giltwood Mirrors 20th century, Italian, each with an inverted pear-form main mirror plate, the crest decorated with pierced anthemia, flowering vines and swags of bellflowers, the sides framed with carved scrollwork, the lower portion with carved medallions and scrollwork, and set with a separate mirror glass. h. 50”, w. 29-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 377 Neoclassical-Style Carved Marble Pedestal 20th century, the circular base supporting three putti around the standard, the upper portion with rope-twist carving alternating with acanthus leaves. h. 48-1/4”, dia. 15-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 378 Neoclassical-Style Marble and Alabaster Torchere first quarter 20th century, resting on three Greek sphinxes, the fluted and stop-reeded standard set into carved acanthus leaves, the leafcarved alabaster light surround topped with a mushroom-form shade with a lotus finial. h. 76-1/2”, dia. 15” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000

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380 French Empire-Style Painted and Parcel-Gilt Mirror

ca. 1900, after the 1812 sculpture by Antonio Canova (Italian, 1757-1822), now conserved at the Pitti Palace, Florence. h. 38-1/2”, w. 11”, d. 11”

mid-20th century, the rectangular frame with gilt edges and decorated with medallions and molded bellflowers, terminating in anthemia. h. 51-3/4”, w. 35”

Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

$1,000-$1,500

381 Pair of Italian Neoclassical-Style Parcel-Gilt and Painted Stools each with an upholstered cushion edged with brass tacks on an X-form frame with carved panels and rosettes at each end, the turned stretchers with foliate carving. h. 17”, w. 19-1/4”, d. 16” $1,000-$1,500

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382 Pair of Continental Silver Candelabra second quarter 19th century, unmarked but probably .800 silver, in the neoclassical taste, with a Corinthian column standard above a waisted plinth and rococo base, surmounted by a detachable superstructure with standard en suite and hippocampi and Vitruvian scroll branches, each terminating in a rococo drip-pan and gadrooned vasiform nozzle. h. 23-5/8”, w. 16”, d. 6-1/2”; weighted $1,000-$1,500 383 Fine Puiforcat Sterling Silver Tureen and Underplate 1973-1992, Paris, the tureen in the “Regence” pattern, with ovolo edging, molded banding, acanthus scroll handles and engraved “strapwork” calyx, the fitted lid en suite and with large figural cauliflower finial, the underplate in the “Louis XIV” pattern and decorated en suite. overall h. 9”, dia. 13-3/4”; 142.95 total t. oz.

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$4,000-$7,000 384 Large French Belle Epoque Silver-Gilt and Glass Claret Jug ca. 1900, by Joseph Alexandre Martel, Paris, first standard (.950) silver, the pear-shaped glass body with diamond-cut base and fluted neck, with a silver-gilt collar of laurel and acanthus banding on a matte ground, with “duck’s beak” spout and squared handle with acanthus and ram’s masque mounts, the hinged lid en suite and opening to a detachable gilt-capped glass cooling cylinder. h. 13”, dia. 6” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,000-$1,500

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385 German Sterling Silver Mirrored Plateau first quarter 20th century, of elongated quatrefoil form, with engraved edge and applied textured rim, the gallery a milled band of cavorting putti, raised on four acanthus-crested scroll and four oblate spherical feet, fitted with a conforming beveled mirrored plate and silverplate under support. h. 2”, l. 28-1/4”, w. 15-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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386 Pair of Silver Fighting Cockerel Figures Table Garniture third quarter 20th century, Italian, the maker’s mark rubbed, .800 silver, the combatants realistically posed and detailed. h. 8-1/4”, l. 12”, w. 4-1/4” and h. 11-3/4”, l. 7-1/4”, w. 7-3/8”; 57.72 total t. oz. $1,500-$2,500

388 Pair of Continental Silverplate Peacock Table Garnitures second quarter 20th century, each depicted pavonated and realistically detailed with red rhinestone eyes, the necks acting as screw caps. h. 4-1/2”, l. 12-1/4”, w. 4-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

387 Pair of French Belle Epoque Silver and Glass Claret Jugs ca. 1900, Paris, the maker’s marks rubbed, first standard (.950) silver, each with an ovoid glass body quartered by engraved flutes, with a silver collar decorated with oak and laurel panels and reed-and-ribbon edging, with acanthusmounted arched handle and hinged lid with scrolling laurel finial. h. 8-1/4”, l. 6-1/4”, w. 4-1/4”

389 Large Silverplate Urn contemporary, probably Indian, the ovoid body with everted rim and raised on a spiral-gadrooned pedestal foot. h. 24-3/4”, dia. 17” $1,000-$1,500

Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,000-$1,500

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390 Italian Silvered Metal and Marble Grand Tour Ornament

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fourth quarter 19th century, now mounted as a lamp, based on Trajan’s Column, supported by a molded black marble base, set with a shade. h. 35”, w. 15-1/2”, d. 15-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 391 Pair of White Marble and Patinated Bronze Pedestals 20th century, the marble bases raised on bronze paw feet and supporting fluted marble standards on acanthus-molded bezels, the bronze upper portion of the bases decorated with pierced scrollwork. h. 48-1/2”, dia. 17”

392 Near Pair of Continental Neoclassical Mahogany and Marble-Top Side Tables 19th century, each with a bowed marble top above a conforming frieze, with brass-banded panels, raised on tapering square legs. h. 36”, w. 52”, d. 25-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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393 Directoire-Style Painted and Parcel-Gilt Trumeau Mirror mid-20th century, with a tan ground, the mirror plate with a gilt cove-molded surround and the upper tablet decorated with a panel of musical trophies on sprays of roses, below a gilt cove-molded crest. h. 70-3/4”, w. 51-1/2” $1,500-$2,500

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394 Neoclassical-Style Polychrome Window Bench in cream and “gilt”, with paneled scroll arms, seat rail and splayed legs, in celery and cream striped upholstery. h. 26”, w. 73”, d. 19” $1,000-$1,500 394

395 Neoclassical-Style Polychrome Window Bench in cream and “gilt”, with paneled scroll arms, seat rail and splayed legs, in celery and cream striped upholstery. h. 26”, w. 73”, d. 19” 395

$1,000-$1,500

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396 Three-Piece French Marble and Bronze Clock Set in the Neoclassical Taste ca. 1900, the crystal regulator clock set with Vincenti et Cie marked works, the case decorated with Corinthian columns, the top set with a bronze Medici lion, h. 23-1/4”, w. 16-1/2”, d. 8-3/4”, the marble urn-form garnitures with matching scroll feet, leaf-molded handles and molded knops, h. 21”, w. 7”, d. 6”. Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 397 Exceptional French Empire Bronze Dore et Patine Figural Clock first quarter 19th century, depicting the tale of Androcles pulling a thorn from a lion’s paw, with a figure of Androcles on one side and a lion on the other, with an “Androcles” name under the dial, the base with a depiction of the tale in beautifully cast bas-relief, mounted with a silk-string suspension movement. h. 24-1/2”, w. 16-1/4”, d. 6-1/4”

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398 Handsome French Belle Epoque Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, in the neoclassical taste, the crest with a leaf- and scroll-molded center bracket on an egg-and-dart-trimmed entablature, decorated with fluting and medallions, the outset corners with medallions, the sides with molded lotus leaves, the beveled mirror plate with a beaded liner, the bottom corners with scrollwork. h. 72”, w. 45-1/2” $1,500-$2,500

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399 Rock Crystal Bowl on Stand 20th century, Russian, the well-figured low rock crystal bowl supported on a Georgian-style silverplate dish cross. h. 5-1/2”, dia. 15” Provenance: “Addiction”, Mykonos, Greece; Bruce McCashin Collection. $5,000-$8,000

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400 Pair of Rock Crystal Obelisks 20th century, in the neoclassical taste, the tapered obelisks resting on balls, set on rectangular bases. h. 16-1/4”, w. 4”, d. 4” $1,000-$1,500

401 After Antoine Coysevox (French, 1640-1720) “La Renommee Montee sur Pegase” bronze dore fourth quarter 19th century, cast signature and dated 1709 along left side of base, the personification of Fame wearing a laurel wreath and sounding a trumpet, after the ca. 1701 marble commissioned by Louis XIV and now conserved at the Louvre. h. 24”, w. 20-1/2”, d. 8” $7,000-$10,000

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19th century, the circular top within an ormolu banding and raised on a tripartite graduated support to casters, each side with an applied ormolu angel mount. h. 29”, dia. 33” $1,500-$2,500 403 Empire Mahogany and Marble-Top Commode

405 French Neoclassical-Style Giltwood Overmantel Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, the surround with egg-and-dart molding, the pierced crest decorated with a wreath of roses and ribbon-bound sprays of roses and leaves. h. 62”, w. 41” $1,200-$1,800

19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with a frieze drawer over three recessed long drawers, flanked to either side by an ormolu-mounted column, raised on block feet. h. 34-1/2”, w. 49-1/2”, d. 25” $1,000-$1,500 404 Charles X Achille Brocot Gilt-Bronze Figural Mantel Clock second quarter 19th century, French, the top with a gilt-bronze figure of Napoleon crossing the Alps on a patinated bronze horse, the scroll-sided case decorated with acanthus leaves, the bezel molded with lotus leaves, the clockworks with a silk-string suspension movement, marked “Brocot, Brevete, 5-5”. h. 14”, w. 9”, d. 3-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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406 American Classical-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Side Table early 20th century, the rectangular white marble top above a frieze with a recessed arched section with applied classical mount, joined by a mirrored back and ormolu-mounted supports to a concave lower shelf on torpedo feet. h. 37”, w. 70”, d. 19-1/2” $2,000-$4,000 406

407 Handsome French Bronze Dore and Tole Table Lamp first quarter 20th century, the quiver-form standard with busts and feet of classical deities, and resting on a dore base decorated with Psyche heads with butterfly wings, the green tole shade with bands of gilt laurel leaves and mounted with a gilt-bronze displayed eagle finial. h. 21”, dia. 10-3/4” $800-$1,200

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408 Empire-Style Gilt-Bronze-Mounted Mahogany Bed late 19th century, the headboard with an integral arched crest mounted with a giltbronze wreath, the central panel flanked by gilt-bronze female busts, accompanied by a custom bedspread and bolster. h. 55”, inside w. 49”, l. 80”, outside w. 58”, l. 85” $1,000-$1,500 408

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409 Emmanuel Fremiet (French, 1824-1910) “Le Char de Minerve” bronze dore first quarter 20th century, the Roman goddess of warfare boldly standing in her chariot, a spear in one hand and the reins to her three laurel-wreathed war horses in the other, cast signature along one side and an “F. Barbedienne, Fondeur” inscription along the other. h. 21-1/2”, w. 20”, d. 10” $7,000-$10,000 410 Italian Patinated Bronze of Mercury ca. 1900, after the 1580 sculpture by Giambologna (Flemish/Florence, 1529-1608) now conserved at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, the messenger of the gods with winged feet and helmet, one foot delicately balancing on a symbol of the wind, on a columnar base. h. 35-3/4”, w. 8”, d. 16”

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Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 411 Pair of French Bronze Sconces in the Empire Style first quarter 20th century, the backplates decorated with patinated bronze cupids with gilt wings, each supporting one light, the leaf-molded and reeded arms terminating in swan’s heads and set with molded candle sockets and matching drip pans, electrified. h. 17-1/4”, w. 14”, d. 9” $1,000-$1,500

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412 French Restauration Bronze Dore et Patine Mantel Clock second quarter 19th century, with a patinated bronze figure of Orpheus playing his lyre, leaning on the clock compartment, decorated with cupids flanking a lyre, the relief-molded base depicting his attempt to retrieve his wife Eurydice from the underworld, mounted with a possibly later marked Japy Freres movement. h. 25-3/4”, w. 16”, d. 7” $1,200-$1,800

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413 Pair of Napoleon III Bronze Dore et Patine Candelabra third quarter 19th century, in the Empire taste, the putti-molded bases resting on plinths with lotus leaf and egg-and-dart decoration, the reeded standards terminating in Egyptian-style capitals, supporting bronze arms molded with anthemia, hung with decorative chains. h. 26”, dia. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 414 Pair of Rare Jacob Petit Paris Porcelain Baluster-Form Vases second quarter 19th century, French, one vase decorated with athletes and the other with goddesses, in Attic orange and black grisaille on a black ground, marked “J.P.” in underglaze blue on the bottom. h. 9”, dia. 4-3/4” 413

$1,000-$1,500 Urns with similar decoration are illustrated on page 376 of Faience et Porcelaine de Paris, by Regine Plinval de Guillebon, and are in the collection of the Musee National de Ceramique, Sevres, France. 415 Directoire-Style Ebonized and Parcel-Gilt Bench the baluster-form armrests with carved roundels at each face, with a paneled side rail and beaded and fluted tapering circular legs. h. 22-1/2”, w. 49”, d. 16-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 416 Bronze and Alabaster Figural Mantel Clock fourth quarter 19th century, with a figure of a Roman centurion on his horse, the clock set into a vine-covered stump, the lotus-leaf-molded base set with an alabaster plinth beneath the clock. h. 19-1/4”, w. 17-1/4”, d. 6-1/4”

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417 Directoire Giltwood Pier Mirror ca. 1800, the rectangular surround carved with bellflowers and a beaded liner, the outside edge ogee molded. h. 62”, w. 33” $1,400-$1,800 418 Set of Twelve French Raised Gilt Dinner Plates first quarter 20th century, each with an outer raised gilt border framed with celadon green and an inner pink border decorated with gilt scrollwork, with an unidentified raised gilt medallion mark, along with “France” and “Guaranteed 22kt Gold”. dia. 10-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 419 Exceptional French Restauration Bronze Dore Mirrored Plateau second quarter 19th century, the pierced Gothic arched border decorated with grapes, the griffin-molded double paw feet supported on panels molded with musical trophies and pan pipes. h. 4”, dia. 26-1/2” $5,000-$8,000

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420 Pair of French Giltwood Mirrors third quarter 19th century, in the neoclassical taste, each with a rope-twist-molded outside edge, and a crest decorated with laurel wreaths and crossed quiver and torch, framed with sprays of leaves, the interior beveled mirror plate with a carved giltwood surround, the outer segmented mirror decorated with giltwood escutcheons. h. 46-1/2”, w. 31-1/2” $1,200-$1,800 421 Empire Mahogany Jardiniere Pedestal early 19th century, the circular top with an inset gilt-metal liner, above a paneled frieze, raised on three scrolling supports to a concave tripartite base on bun feet. h. 34”, dia. 26-1/2”

422 Directoire-Style Mahogany Settee the upholstered back in a beaded and molded frame joined to open arms, on columnar supports capped by carved swags and roundels, with a bowed seat rail and raised on reeded front legs, upholstered in silver floral and scroll-embossed putty leather. h. 34-1/2”, w. 47”, d. 20-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

$1,000-$1,500

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423 Neo-Grec Metal Figural Newel Post Gas Lamp fourth quarter 19th century, depicting a water carrier, the maiden in a diaphanous gown balancing an amphora on her shoulder, with a molded bezel around the gas jet. h. 65”, dia. 15” $1,200-$1,800 424 Empire-Style Faux Rosewood and Marble-Top Center Table 19th century, the circular marble top above a conforming plain frieze, and raised on three molded scrolling supports ending in gilt paw feet on a concave tripartite base. h. 31”, dia. 27-1/2” $1,800-$2,500 425 Pair of French Marble and Polished Bronze Garniture Urns

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ca. 1900, with verde antique marble bodies and bases, mounted with mermaid-form bronze handles and laurel swags, the bases decorated with shell-form mounts framed with sprays of laurel leaves. h. 19-1/2”, w. 6”, d. 6” $1,500-$2,500 426 Pair of Enameled Metal Sconces of Etruscan Inspiration second quarter 20th century, French, the pierced backplates with panels of painted urns framed with green swags, the crests with lattice-pierced baskets, the lunette-form arms set with tulip-form candle sockets. h. 21-1/2”, w. 12-1/2”, d. 4-3/4”

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427 Unusual Pair of Neo-Grec Painted and Parcel-Gilt Finials fourth quarter 19th century, probably French, each with a wooden amphora-form finial painted with anthemia and flanked by griffins trimmed with gilt carved scrolls, and raised on anthemion-form feet supporting a platform painted with a Greek-key fret, now with brass caps on the tops. h. 15-1/4”, w. 8-3/4”, d. 6” $1,000-$1,500

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428 Suite of Nine Pressed White Hydrangeas all monogramed “SW” lower right. Presented in attractive, matching, antiqued frames. each framed 18” x 13-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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429 Pair of Neoclassical Bronze Garden Urns 20th century, each modeled as a kneeling putto balancing a lotus-molded planter on its head, above a bell-form base molded with anthemia. h. 47”, dia. 21-1/2” $2,500-$4,000 430 Bronze Cupid-Form Fountain 20th century, the cupid standing on an open shell decorated with a pair of turtles, and holding a conch shell fitted with the water feature. h. 45-1/2”, w. 14”, d. 22” $1,500-$2,500 431 Bronze Figural Fountain 20th century, depicting a standing putto pouring a ewer of water into a shell held by a seated putto, designed to spill over into the larger pool below, on a base molded with plants and a rabbit. h. 49-1/2”, w. 26-1/2”, d. 26” $3,000-$5,000

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432 Three-Piece Suite of Neoclassical-Style Cast Iron Garden Furniture after a design by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Prussian, working in Berlin, 1800-1841, comprised of a settee and a pair of armchairs, the settee and one armchair modeled with a back depicting a pair of winged angels, the other chair with a lyre flanked by wings, all with arms terminating in ram’s heads and a curule base on hoof feet. settee h. 31-1/2”, w. 45”, d. 18-1/2”, chair h. 31-3/4” $1,800-$2,500

433 Frederick Rondel (American, 1826-1892) “Young Girl with Kittens”, 1880 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. In a handsome, floral-carved and molded giltwood frame. 36” x 29”, framed 49” x 42” $5,000-$8,000

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434 Ferdinando Vichi (Italian, 1875-1945) “Pittorno Dai Campi” carved alabaster first quarter 20th century, titled across front, incised signature and localized “Firenze” at back. h. 24-1/2”, w. 9”, d. 11-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 435 Italian Marble Figure of a Fin de Siecle Beauty fourth quarter 19th century, signed “A. Piazza Carrara”, the coquettish young lady sitting on a stump, her arms resting on a tree limb. h. 28-1/2”, w. 10”, d. 11-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

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$1,000-$1,500

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436 Pair of Italian Neoclassical Alabaster Lamps ca. 1900, on tripartite bases mounted with figures of The Three Graces holding aloft garlands of ribbon-bound flowers supporting star-pierced globe-form lamps, the center bands decorated with bas-relief-carved signs of the zodiac. h. 34-1/2”, dia. 13-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

437 Pair of Patinated Bronze Urns in the Neoclassical Taste 20th century, with bold Janus head-molded handles, the rims decorated with laurel leaves, the body with a Greek-key fret and molded acanthus leaves. h. 18-3/4”, w. 13-1/4”, d. 9-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

$3,000-$5,000

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438 Pair of Large Neoclassical-Style Bronze Urns on Pedestals 20th century, the urns with molded medallions under the rims and reeded sides, set with scroll-molded handles and raised on winged griffin feet, the Ionic-form column bases with acanthus leaf borders and molded ogee bases. h. 56-3/4”, w. 27”, d. 22-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $3,000-$5,000 439 Pair of Handsome Italian Breccia Marble Urns 20th century, in the neoclassical taste, with boldly reeded bowls on matching cove-molded bases. h. 19-1/2”, dia. 14-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 440 Italian Carved Marble Bust of Sappho the famed Greek lyric poet wearing a laurel wreath, a posy of split pomegranates at her breast, both wreath and posy gilt-enhanced, on a fine Villefranche de Conflent marble columnar pedestal. sculpture h. 32”, w. 22”, d. 10”, pedestal h. 38-1/2”

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Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000

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441 Pair of Large Polished Bronze Urns in the Neoclassical Taste 20th century, each set with handles mounted on boar’s heads and terminating in Janus heads, the body decorated with grapevines, scrollwork and a Greek-key fret, on a fluted base. h. 38”, w. 25”, d. 18” $1,500-$2,500

442 Two Late Victorian Lacquered Brass and Onyx Stands ca. 1900, one with a square figured onyx top, pierced apron and cabriole legs joined by a stretcher with a circular onyx top, h. 31”, w. 16”, d. 16”, and the other with a rectilinear onyx top, similarly modeled apron and legs joined by a stretcher with an onyx finial, h. 32-1/4”, w. 27”, d. 16-1/2”. Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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444 Pair of Marble-Top Bronze Lion Pedestals 20th century, on cove-molded bases, the menacing lions supporting white-veined black marble tops on their heads. h. 49”, dia. 20” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

443 Italian Carved Marble Sculpture of a Wood-Nymph and Putto

$1,500-$2,500

ca. 1900, the partially draped female figure with entwining floral vine, incised signature “Galileo” along back edge. overall h. 30”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 9” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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445 French Ornately Cast Iron Daybed third quarter 19th century, the ends with armored soldiers mounted in recessed niches, the front rail with foliate and ribbon motifs and seated figures, the back rail indistinctly stamped “COR____.ROCHE”. h. 47”, inside w. 42”, l. 78”, outside w. 47”, l. 80” $1,200-$1,800 446 Pair of Napoleon III Bronze and Marble Figural Candlesticks third quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, the fluted column-form marble bases supporting bronze goddesses holding aloft candle sockets, mounted with shades. h. 36”, dia. 16-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 447 Pair of Bronze and Metal-Mounted Oak Architectural Columns late 19th/early 20th century, now mounted as torcheres, each projecting top over a leonine masque, the lion grasping a ring with ribbons, leaves and the bounty of the harvest, over a figural caryatid modeled as an allegorical maiden in the Renaissance Revival taste, electrified. h. 65”, w. 19-3/4”, d. 19-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,500-$4,000

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448 French Bronze, Onyx and Champleve Enamel Banquet Lamp ca. 1900, the onyx base raised on masque-molded bronze feet, set with a Corinthian column standard with Persian-style enamel decoration, the decoration repeated on the onyx foot holder, mounted with a Messenger Duplex burner and an amber hobnail ruffled shade. h. 40-3/4”, dia. 6”

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$1,000-$1,500 449 French Gilt-Bronze Electrolier ca. 1900, the lower, pointed standard set with bamboomolded arms, the gas arms with pierced scrolled candle sockets and prism rings alternating with downturned electric lights, the bulbs with beaded shades and trimmed with pierced gilt-bronze swags supported with bowknots, the arms hung with beaded chains. h. 33”, dia. 26-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 450 Pair of St. Louis Crystal Sconces 20th century, French, with rope-twist arms, set with molded sockets and hurricane shades decorated with raised gilt scrollwork, hung with prisms, both signed. h. 14”, w. 17”, d. 12” $1,200-$1,800

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451 Victorian-Style Cast Iron Garden Bench in the “Fern” Pattern

452 Pair of Victorian-Style Cast Iron benches in the “Dog and Fern” Pattern

the back modeled as overlapping fronds, wrapping around to like closed arms, with a dished and pierced seat and fronds joining the front and rear legs. h. 34”, w. 58”, d. 20”

20th century, English, after a Coalbrookdale design, the central back medallions depicting hunting dogs in a glade of ferns, flanked by botanical medallions and pierced bird medallions under each eagle-headed arm, with wood slat seats. h. 39”, w. 49-1/2”, d. 18”

$1,000-$1,500

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453 Pair of Cast Iron Benches in the Coalbrookdale Style 20th century, based on a pattern known as the “Peacock”, with the center reminiscent of a peacock’s spread tail feathers, flanked by molded leaves, with slatted iron seats, the sides with pierced scrollwork. h. 37-1/2”, w. 47”, d. 22”

455 Pair of American Victorian Cast Iron Garden Urns

$1,000-$1,500

fourth quarter 19th century, the bowls mounted with scroll-molded handles and supported on leaf-molded baluster-form bases decorated with swans, above scrolled bases. h. 42-1/2”, w. 26”, d. 20-3/4”

454 “Boy Fishing” Bronze Fountain

Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

20th century, the youth carrying a bamboo pole and clutching his catch, fitted to spray water, signed “Tan. Thunder”. h. 68-1/4”, w. 25”, d. 18”

$1,500-$2,500

$1,500-$2,500

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456 Monumental Labeled Fiske Cast Iron Garden Urn fourth quarter 19th century, New York, the bowl with an eggand-dart-molded rim and base, and set with lion’s-head handles, the standard molded with anthemia and decorated with leaves and berries, on a stepped plinth marked “Manufactured by J. W. Fiske NY”. h. 65”, w. 41”, d. 43” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 457 Monumental Victorian Cast Iron Campana-Form Garden Urn first quarter 19th century, the urn decorated with a scrollframed masque, the sides with lion’s-head ring pulls, the plinths with unusual scroll-framed masques on two sides and wreaths on the others. h. 61”, dia. 26” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800 458 Pair of Wallace and Lithgow, Louisville, Kentucky, Iron Garden Urns on Stands

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third quarter 19th century, in the “Woodbury” pattern, the ribbed urns of campana form and mounted with ringed lion’s-head handles, on hexagonal paneled bases, with the molded label “Wallace Lithgow & Co Louisville KY 1852”. h. 38-3/4”, dia. 20-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 457

Wallace and Lithgow was founded in 1836 and operated under that name until Wallace’s death in 1861, at which point the firm continued in operation as J. S. Lithgow and Co. James S. Lithgow, one of the principals of the company, was elected to the Louisville City Council in 1848. In 1866, the mayor was impeached and Lithgow was elected to the position of mayor, where he served until his impeached predecessor was reinstated by a court order in 1867.

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459 Pair of Brass Floor Lamps 20th century, in the form of 19th-century street lamps, the hexagonal bases and molded tapered standards terminating in Corinthian capitals and set with classic lamps framed with corner acanthus leaves, the caps with flame finials. h. 84”, dia. 12” $1,000-$1,500 460 Renaissance Revival-Style Bronze Barometer and Clock first quarter 20th century, the elaborate molded backplates hung with swags of fruit, the lower portion with a pair of lions and pierced scrollwork, the dials framed with pierced scrollwork decorated with swan’s-neck pediments, and molded finials. h. 32”, w. 12-1/2”, d. 5” $1,200-$1,800 461 Victorian Brass Lectern late 19th/early 20th century, the top modeled as an eagle with its wings spread, its talons perched on a sphere, on a segmented columnar stand with stepped base. h. 78-1/4”, w. 24”, d. 21” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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fourth quarter 19th century, the oval mirror set into a rectangular frame, the corners decorated with pierced latticework, the crest with swan’s-neck scrolls flanking a leaf-molded finial, the corners with cupids holding swags of flowers, set with a beveled mirror plate. h. 48”, w. 35”

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$1,500-$2,500 463 Victorian Onyx and Brass Piano Lamp fourth quarter 19th century, the turned and reeded standard decorated with brass fittings and raised on scroll-molded feet, fitted with a ball shade decorated with “boys eating grapes and melon”, after Bartolome Esteban Murillo (Spanish, 1617-1682). h. 76”, dia. 19” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800 464 American Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, the fluted body supporting leaf-molded and scrolled arms, supported on rope-molded rods, suspended from a molded tassel hanging from a honeysuckle-molded wreath. h. 34-1/2”, dia. 18-1/4” $1,200-$1,800 465 Neo-Renaissance Carved Oak Figural Sideboard, in the Manner of R. J. Horner

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late 19th/early 20th century, the top with a molded edge, projecting at the center and corners, over narrow drawers with leonine-masque-carved pulls, flanking a pair of drawers with griffin-, foliate- and urn-carved panels, the small drawers over full-figured Atlantes supports flanking doors with exuberantly carved panels with full-figured putti. h. 41-1/4”, w. 69-1/2”, d. 28-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800 Other Sideboards of the present form have been popularly referred to as “Man of the Mountain”, for the Atlas-carved supports.

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466 American Victorian Bronze Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, the circular frame pierced with scrollwork and medallions, and set with leaf-molded scrolled arms and rope-twist rod-form chains terminating in scrolls and set with reeded spherules, the scalloped shades molded with cut stars on a stippled ground. h. 36-1/2”, dia. 35-1/2” $1,200-$1,800 467 Collection of American Brilliant-Cut Glass ca. 1890-1920, the collection including a pair of cut glass punch bowls on stands, h. 14”, dia. 14”, a Dorflinger cutglass-handled sterling silver punch ladle, marked “Dorflinger Sterling”, and a marked J. D. Bergen cut glass and silverplate punch ladle, together with ten Brilliant-period pinwheel-cut goblets, h. 6”, dia. 3-1/4”. Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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468 Walter Durfee Model 20 Quarter-Sawn Oak Nine-Tube Tall Case Clock late 19th century, the relief-carved case with beveled glass panes and raised on carved paw feet, the tubes engraved “Tubular Bell Patent Nov. 8, 1887, Walter H. Durfee. Prov. R.I.”, the movement labeled “F. C. Grogan, Pittsburgh, Pa.”, playing Westminster and Whittington chimes. h. 104”, w. 26-1/2”, d. 17” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $5,000-$8,000


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469 Peter Caledon Cameron (British, 1852-1934) “Niagara Falls in Winter”, 1885 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 11-3/4” x 29-3/4”, framed 21” x 38” Provenance: Hulbert Harrington (H. H.) Warner, Rochester, New York, 1885, purchased from the artist; Sotheby’s, New York, May 19, 2004, lot 64. Literature: When the painting sold at Sotheby’s in 2004, it was accompanied by a transcription of correspondence between the artist and his patron E. H. Thompson. $8,000-$12,000

Peter Caledon Cameron, an eccentric perfectionist known for fastidious detail, eerie photo realist lighting, and lengthy records detailing the topographical and meteorological conditions under which he worked, has been overlooked by history. He was registered by the British government as a certified art master in South Kensington before coming to the U.S. in 1883-1884, where he obliterated all obscurity through the sensationalism of his epic painting, the “Niagara Falls in Winter” - whereby he had himself suspended by tackle over the Falls so that he might be able to make his studies in mid-air, in near zero weather. In December of 1884, Cameron’s 9 by 18 foot masterpiece was unveiled and immediately purchased for an extraordinary $30,000 by Hulbert Harrington (H. H.) Warner of Rochester, New York and founder of Warner Observatory. Following the sale, the painting was widely exhibited throughout Rochester and Detroit before it was sent to Europe. In 1887, the painting came to an untimely demise and was destroyed by fire after its exposition at the Crystal Palace in London. At/or shortly after the colossal painting made its debut, this much smaller panoramic-sized painting/study of the Falls, dated 1885, was painted and also purchased by H. H. Warner. The New York Times recorded its sale on January 9, 1885, for $3,000, and Mensing and Stetcher printers produced a lithograph of it for Warner. In addition to this lot, two other paintings of “Niagara Falls in Winter” were made by Cameron: an even larger replacement copy for the one that burned in 1887 that measured 10 by 21 feet (completed in 1890), and the larger companion work to this one that sold at Sotheby’s in 2016 and is inscribed “Niagara Falls in Winter/Began Feb 10th 1884/Finished Nov. 1 1884/First two months on the spot.”

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470 George Inness, Jr. (American, 1854-1926) “Sol’s Glory”, 1924 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right. Framed. 20” x 30”, framed 29” x 39” Provenance: Private collection, Florida, commissioned directly from the artist, thence by descent through 2005; Christie’s, New York, September 15, 2005, lot 49; Private collection, Florida.

471 American Art Nouveau Faux Ostrich Leather and Mahogany Armchair ca. 1900, in the manner of Karpen, the tall, arched and upholstered back joined to open arms with scroll ends, on supports carved in the form of a classical maiden’s head, with a serpentine seat rail and legs ending in carved paw feet, now upholstered in textured beige leather trimmed with hobnails. h. 45-3/4” $1,000-$1,500

Exhibited: Oxford Gallery, Rochester, New York, September 22-October 14, 2011 $6,000-$9,000 When this painting sold at Christie’s in 2005, it was accompanied with copies of the original May 1924 correspondence from the artist in his studio in Cragsmoor, New York, that explains the scene and the significance of the painting’s title: “I hope it will please... I consider it one of my finest things... I have no real title for the picture but I have written a few lines in an attempt to describe what I wished to express: When Sol bursts forth and thrusts the clouds away, he smiles; and smiling, spreads a light that gladdens all the earth... To give you of my best was my object.”

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472 Jose Ramos (American/Texas, act. ca. 1930s-1940s) “Texas Bluebonnets” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 16” x 21”, framed 21-1/2” x 26-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 Little is known of the education and career of San Antonio, Texas, artist Jose Ramos. Among collectors there is a story that Ramos belonged to a small group of artists that painted with renowned Texas artist Porfirio Salinas. According to the story, Salinas quietly banned Ramos from his group when he realized that Ramos was more talented than himself.

473 Near Pair of Empire-Style Cut Glass and Gilt-Bronze Floor Banquet Lamps ca. 1900, the bronze domed bases with acanthus-molded trim and paw feet, the fluted, tapered standards with bronze fittings and set with laurel-molded bronze capitals and strawberry-cut glass fonts. h. 56” and 59”, dia. 14” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000

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474 Jan van Chelminski (Polish/British/New York, 1851-1925) & Robert Ward van Boskerck (American, 1855-1932) “Prussian Cavalry Soldier on Horseback in the Woods” oil on canvas signed by each artist lower left. Framed. 54” x 23”, framed 58” x 27” Provenance: Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana, descended in the family. $10,000-$15,000

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Chelminski and van Boskerck were accomplished artists; the former specialized in Napoleonic military/war scenes, the latter in landscapes. This stunning chef d’oeuvre of military equestrian prowess in a sylvan winterscape captures the virtuoso and best of both artists and exemplifies the Sherwood Studio co-op that engendered this collaborative. In 1883 Sherwood Studios opened its doors as an in-residence living quarters and studios for artists and their families at 58 West 57th Street. The forty-five apartments were the first of their kind, on such a large scale, to foster an artist community of whom both Chelminski and Boskerck were long-term residents, routinely exhibiting together in the first floor reception galleries. This work was likely commissioned by another Sherwood resident or by a fellow Boskerck patron as the collaboration produced a much more in-depth landscape of paper birch trees and brush surrounding the cavalry officer.


475 Sandra Koop (American, Contemporary) “Eagles in Flight” patinated and cold-painted bronze cast signature, copyright-marked and with incised number “99/299” on self-base, on a conforming green marble base. overall h. 60-1/2”, w. 33”, d. 20” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 476 Stanley Quentin Johnson (American/Utah, 1939-2017) “Eagle in Flight”, 1983 patinated bronze cast signature, dated, copyright-marked and numbered “21/40” on self-base, on a thin round green marble base. overall h. 27-1/2”, w. 23-1/2”, d. 10” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 477 After Emile Louis Picault (French, 1833-1915) “Le Penseur” patinated bronze cast signature and titled on base. h. 34-1/2”, w. 16-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

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478 Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909) “The Caravan” oil on canvas signed lower left “Frederic Remington, from photograph”. Framed. 15-1/2” x 25-1/2”, framed 20-3/4” x 30-1/2” $18,000-$25,000 478

479 Jerry Venditti (American/California, b. 1942) “Indian Blanket”, 1984 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right, verso with multiple “Altermann & Morris Galleries” labels. Framed. 19” x 26”, framed 24” x 31-1/2” Provenance: Altermann & Morris Galleries, Dallas, Texas; Hancock Whitney Bank Collection; Acquired through American Bank, Houston, Texas. $1,000-$1,500

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480 Henry Raschen (American, 1854-1937) “Indians in Camp” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 26-1/4” x 46-1/4”, framed 31-3/8” x 50-1/4” Provenance: Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers, October 26, 2017, lot 45; Shirley and Benjamin Flayderman Collection, Boston, Massachusetts; by descent to the present owners. $3,500-$5,000 480

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481 John F. Kennedy Handwritten Note and Other Memorabilia most regarding a speech given by Senator Kennedy in Lake Charles, Louisiana to the Pioneer Club on October 16, 1959, including: Senator Kennedy’s typewritten place card “Sen. John F. Kennedy”, the reverse with his handwritten last-moment additions to his speech: “Science & War - so that my son can study mathematics and physics - so that his son can study music and art John Adams was wrong, etc.” 2-1/8” x 3-7/8”; Two numbered ticket stubs (245 and 246) to the dinner, 3” x 5-1/4”; Two programs to the dinner, each four folio leaves bound with gold cord, including date, a photograph of Senator Kennedy, program, menu and the club dinner committee, 9-1/4” x 7”; A page (G-11/12) of the April 23, 1967, “Lake Charles American Press” newspaper with a remembrance of the dinner (reprinted from the October 17, 1959 edition of the same newspaper), 23” x 15”; A ca. 1959 “This Week News Magazine” folio page of quotes from U.S. presidents, including that of John Adams which Senator Kennedy references in his note, 13-1/2” x 10-3/4”; A Kennedy campaign button, dia. 1”; An undated ca. 1991 newspaper clipping with question and answer regarding the value of John F. Kennedy campaign buttons, 22-3/4” x 4-1/4”; A copy of the January 15, 1963 edition of “Look” magazine, with an article “Where We Stand” by President Kennedy 13-1/4” x 10-1/2”; A front page of the November 22, 1963, “Lake Charles American Press” newspaper with coverage of the assassination of President Kennedy, 23” x 15”; A hardbound copy of “The Torch Is Passed” by members of the Associated Press (Racine, Wisconsin: Western Printing & Lithographing, 1963), a photographic record of the President’s assassination and funeral published shortly afterwards, 13-1/4” x 10-1/4”; and A copy of the November 25, 1966 edition of “Life” magazine, on the third anniversary of the assassination, the cover with frame 230 of the Zarpruder film and contents covering the burgeoning conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination, 13-3/4” x 10-1/2”. 13 pieces $1,000-$1,500 This memorabilia is from the collection of a Lake Charles resident who attended the dinner and noticed then-Senator Kennedy scrawl some notes on his place card, which he then left behind. The attendee took the card as a keepsake, which, along with the other dinner ephemera and memorabilia, has descended to the consignor.

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482 Will Hinds (American/Louisiana, 1936-2014) “Southern Station”

oil on canvas signed lower right and titled en verso. Framed. 16” x 20”, framed 26” x 30” $1,000-$1,500

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483 Agra Serapi Runner 2’ 7” x 24’ 3” $1,000-$1,500

484 Tabriz Carpet 9’ 6” x 13’ 3” $3,000-$5,000

485 Antique Mahal Runner 5’ x 17’ $5,000-$8,000 484

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486 Laristan Shirvan Carpet 8’ x 9’ 10” $1,200-$1,800 487 Agra Carpet 8’ x 10’ 2” $1,000-$1,500 488 Turkish Transitional Carpet 9’ 10” x 13’ 9” $1,200-$1,800

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493 Pair of Assembled Galle Seule Fleur Cameo Glass Stick Vases ca. 1900, the amber overlay vases cut with flowers and leaves, each signed “Galle” in cameo, on the lower portion of the vase. h. 12-3/8”, dia. 3-1/4” and h. 12-5/8”, dia. 3-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 494 Collection of Three Studio Glass Perfume Bottles by Daniel Lotton ca. 2001-2002, American, one with a pulled feather design and the other two inspired by flowers, each signed by Lotton (Crete, Illinois, b. 1963). h. 6” to 11-1/4”, dia. 4” to 4-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 495 Charles Lotton (American, b. 1935) Art Glass Floor Lamp ca. 2002, the lamp with pink and green floral decoration on the ruffled shade, repeated on the inset of the bronze base, and his distinctive matching teardrop finial, signed “Charles Lotton 2002”, along with “multi floral”. h. 67-1/2”, dia. 20-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 496 Napoleon III Bronze and Marble Candelabrum Standard third quarter 19th century, now mounted as a lamp, the fluted column-form base supporting a marble figure of “Victory”, with a pulled feather iridescent art glass shade. h. 28-1/2”, dia. 7” $1,000-$1,500

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497 Pierre le Faguays (French, 1892-1962) “Depart Pour la Crusade” chryselephantine sculpture second quarter 20th century, incised signature on right side of shaped brown onyx base and inscribed “Made in France” along edge, artist plaque at front. overall h. 38-1/2”, w. 20-7/8”, d. 8-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. Literature: Bryan Catley Art Deco and Other Figures, Suffolk: Antique Collectors Club, this model illus. p. 192. $12,000-$18,000

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498 Unusual French Bronze, Tole and Glass Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the eight-light chandelier having a serpentine body with painted tole sides and bronze trim, and set with four molded rococo candle arms and four interior sockets over a frosted glass base, with a bronze rococomolded support. h. 17”, w. 27”, d. 13-1/2”

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$1,000-$1,500 499 After Francois-Raoul Larche (French, 1860-1912) polished bronze lamp second quarter 20th century, cast signature and inscribed “France” along base, wired for electricity. h. 17-1/2”, w. 9”, d. 8” $2,000-$4,000 500 Affortunato Gori (French/Italian, 1895-1925) “Windy Day” bronze and marble first quarter 20th century, cast signature and inscribed “Paris” along edge of self-base. h. 26-1/2”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 5-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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501 Royal Worcester Figure of a Bacchante Playing a Tambourine ca. 1891, English, the figure after James Hadley (1837-1903), wearing a gown flecked with blue stars and trimmed in pink, standing outdoors and holding a tambourine above her head, with the Royal Worcester purple mark for 1891, a registry number, and inscribed “Hadley” on the lower back. h. 33”, dia. 11” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 502 Italian Carved Alabaster Odalisque first quarter 20th century and later, now mounted as a lamp, the female figure, en deshabille, standing against a column fitted with a metal standard and double lamp sockets, fitted with a milk glass shade decorated with grisaille anthemia. h. 54-1/2”, w. 16”, d. 18” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 503 Set of Eight Beaux-Arts Silverplated Sconces second quarter 20th century, possibly American, the pierced circular backplates decorated with scrollwork and mounted with swag-draped urn finials, the reeded urns terminating in arabesque-molded light holders, with leaf-molded candle cages. h. 13”, w. 11”, d. 6-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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506 Franz Bergman Cold-Painted Bronze Elephant with Mahout

“Theban Dancer”, ca. 1925

ca. 1900, the large elephant elaborately caparisoned complete with a tufted howdah, the mahout holding a goad, the belly marked underneath “B” within an urn along with additional illegible numbers/letters below it. h. 9-1/2”, w. 11”, d. 5-1/2”

patinated bronze mounted and signed on marble base, lower left. overall h. 17”, w. 22” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 505 Franz Bergman Cold-Painted Vienna Bronze Figure ca. 1900, depicting a seated Arab arms dealer displaying his wares on a fringed carpet, stamped “NAM GREB” along the carpet’s rear edge. h. 4-3/4” h. 4-3/4”, w. 5-3/4”, d. 4-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

$1,000-$1,500 507 Jacques Roux (French, 20th Century) “Bedouin Caravan” oil on wood panel signed “Roux” lower right. Framed. 8-3/4” x 10-7/8”, framed 14-1/4” x 16-1/4” $1,800-$2,500

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509 Attributed to Frank Brangwyn, RA RWS RBA (British, 1867-1956) “North African Scene”

508 After Alfred Barye (French, 1839-1882)

oil on canvas unsigned, artist identified and work titled on “Fosse Gallery, John Lindsey Fine Art Ltd.” label on stretcher. 12-1/2” x 16-1/2”, framed 22-1/4” x 26-1/4”

“Arab on Horseback” patinated bronze cast signature on left of self-base, mounted on a shaped marble plinth. overall h. 29-1/2”, w. 24-1/2”

Provenance: Bruce McCashin Collection. $2,500-$4,000 510 Two Bronze Low Basin-Form Jardinieres

Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800

20th century, of Middle Eastern inspiration, with leaf-molded handles, the sides with “nailhead” decoration. h. 8-1/2”, w. 31”, d. 28-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

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511 North African Hardwood Exotic Woods Games Table late 19th century, the rectangular top hinged and opening to an inlaid chessboard, further opening to two inlaid backgammon wells, raised on shaped legs, the whole intricately inlaid with various woods, bone and mother-of-pearl in a variety of decorative geometric patterns. h. 32”, w. 34”, d. 17” (closed)

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$1,000-$1,500 512 Anglo-Indian Carved Ebony Jardiniere third quarter 19th century, the bowl deeply carved with roses and pomegranates, trimmed with drops of alternating fruit and flowers, on a vasiform fluted pedestal carved with acanthus leaves, the base with scroll-carved feet, scrollwork, fruits and flowers. h. 23”, dia. 26” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $4,000-$7,000 513 Anglo-Indian Carved Ebony and Marble-Top Occasional Table third quarter 19th century, the circular marble top now mounted on a foliate- and scroll-carved columnar pedestal joined to a tripodal base with fruit and foliate carving and scroll feet. h. 46-1/4”, dia. 32”

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Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 Fine ebony furniture of this sort was crafted in English and Dutch colonial areas of India for the Western market. 514 White Onyx and Black Marble Bust of a Moor ca. 1900, probably Italian, the black marble bearded head dressed in a white onyx turban and robe, with a black cove-molded marble socle. h. 29”, w. 19-1/2”, d. 8-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800

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515 Pair of Persian Inlaid Patinated Steel Gazelles one with a raised head and decorated with scrollwork, the other with its head down and inlaid with arabesque flowers. h. 12-1/2”, w. 11-1/2”, d. 3-1/4” and h. 23-1/4”, w. 19-3/4”, d. 3-3/4”

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517 Aesthetic Movement Jardiniere and Pedestal

comprising a pair of tea caddies, each of hexagonal lobed form, having a conforming cover with delicate filigree finial and dense filigree work throughout the body, overlaid with an enamel design of birds perched amid blossoming branches, inset with hardstone cabochons, marked “SILVER” on the base, h. 7-1/2”, dia. 4”, together with a cylindrical box of similar design, the upper section encircled with a jadeite band, marked “SILVER” on the base, h. 4”, dia. 3-1/2”.

fourth quarter 19th century, with bamboo-molded trim, molded with birds in branches, flowers and cherries, the pedestal top supported by dolphins over the tapered standard, the base on molded paw feet, impressed with numbers on the base. h. 47”, w. 16”, d. 16”

$1,500-$2,500

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519 French Pine and Faux Bamboo Commode late 19th century, the rectangular top with turreted corners, above a conforming case fitted with a frieze drawer over three long drawers, all with decorative bamboo banding and flanked to either side by a faux bamboo pilaster ending in beehivecarved feet. h. 32”, w. 39”, d. 20”

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518 American Aesthetic Movement Faux Bamboo Side-Lock Chest

first half 20th century, each having a wrap-around back with bamboo-modeled spindles, with like arm supports, legs and stretcher, a bowed seat rail and upholstered seat cushion. h. 35-3/4”

fourth quarter 19th century, in the manner of R. J. Horner, executed in maple and birdseye maple, with a spindle gallery above a case with a bank of five drawers. h. 61-1/2”, w. 34-1/2”, d. 21-1/3”

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521 Paul Jacoulet (French, 1902-1960) “La Chenille Verte, Coree”, “La Peche Miraculeuse, Izu, Japon”, “Decembre”, “Le Genie Sans Nom, Coree”, “M. Keen et M. Lee, Seoul, Coree”, and “Vendeur de Masques (Chinoise)” six color woodblock prints on paper pencil-signed lower right or left and printed titles lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 16-1/2” x 12-3/4”, framed 24-1/2” x 19-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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522 Paul Jacoulet (French, 1902-1960) “Coucher de Soleil a Menado Celebes”, “Chagrins d’Amour, Kusaie, Est Carolines”, “Le Nautilus, Yap”, “Joaquina et sa Mere au Sermon du Pere, Pons Rota: Marianes”, “Le Chemin a L’Eglise, Chamorros du Guam”, and “Le Jeune Chef Saragan et son Esclave Forum Tomil, Yap” six color woodblock prints pencil-signed lower right or left, and printed title lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 16-1/2” x 13”, framed 22-1/4” x 18-1/4” $2,000-$4,000

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523 American Arts and Crafts Overlay Lamp first quarter 20th century, probably Handel, the shade set with panels of caramel, green and blue slag glass, with scrolling overlay and beaded trim, the whimsical patinated metal base depicting a satyr on his back. h. 26”, dia. 16-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 524 Chinese Eight-Panel Coromandel Floor Screen the front side decorated with court scenes depicting figures richly dressed, in and around a pavilion in a garden setting, within dragon borders, having a series of fans above, and various auspicious objects below, the reverse with birds amid blossoming foliage, within “cracked-ice” borders. h. 95”, w. of each panel 17-1/4”, overall approx. w. 138” $1,400-$1,800 525 Chinese Export-Style Carved Wood Pedestal second half 20th century, the slightly tapering standard wrapped with a five-claw dragon chasing the flaming pearl, above a square base with floral design, the whole surmounted with a circular top with studded border. h. 48”, w. 15-3/4”, d. 15-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

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526 Japanese Carved Wood Figure of Amida Nyorai

529 Chinese Tang-Style Terracotta Model of a Horse

possibly second half 18th century, the carved wood figure applied with lacquer and cut gold foil (kirikane), modeled seated on a lotus throne in lalitasana, on a styled rockwork base. h. 12”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 6-1/4”

possibly of the period (618-907 A.D.) or later, modeled standing four-square on a rectangular base, with saddle and bridle, some remnants of red and white painted detail still visible in areas. h. 11-1/2”, w. 12”

$2,000-$4,000

Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee.

527 Chinese Porcelain Baluster Vase

$800-$1,200

20th century, having a heavily gilded, polychrome exterior mounted with Kui dragon handles, decorated with two central circular panels depicting a five-claw dragon and phoenix with a flaming pearl, surrounded by ruyi clouds, the underside fully decorated with floral sprays on a yellow-ground, centered by an apocryphal four-character Kangxi mark. h. 19-3/8”, w. 8-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 528 Pair of Japonesque Ebonized and Fruitwood Cabinets 20th century, each with a shaped rectangular top with projecting corners, above a conforming case fitted with a single door featuring a figural landscape scene, the sides with floral patterns, the interior shelved, raised on bun feet. h. 55-1/2”, w. 25”, d. 20-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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530 Large Japanese Satsuma Sectional Urn first half 20th century, of six-sided baluster form with flared, foliate rim, having a dome-form cover surmounted by a roaring shishi finial, its foot resting on a brocade ball, decorated to the exterior with scenes of 100 Arhats, with borders of mon badges and geometric designs, the whole raised on a six-footed pierced base. h. 51-3/4”, w. 26”, d. 20” $2,000-$4,000 531 Pair of Japanese Satsuma Floor Vases 20th century, each of baluster form, with slightly splayed foot and gently ruffled lip, with applied shishi handles extending into loops and bows, decorated to the exterior with opposing panels depicting figural scenes, surrounded by dense floral borders interspersed with mon badges. h. 59-1/2”, w. 29” $1,000-$1,500 532 Chinese Ancestor Portrait first half 20th century, ink and color on paper, depicting a likeless of the Emperor Kangxi in his later years, in full court dress seated on a throne chair covered with tiger skins, on a detailed floral rug with mirrored cranes in the foreground, mounted and framed. sight 51-1/2” x 26”, image 37-3/4” x 22-1/2”, framed 53-1/2” x 28-1/8” $1,200-$1,800

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533 Chinese Rosewood Altar Table first half 20th century, the narrow rectangular top set within a conforming frame with a concave floral frieze, over a carved and pierced paneled apron, with scrolling floral supports, the whole raised on four straight, squared legs. h. 44-3/4”, w. 83-7/8” $1,000-$1,500 534 Chinese Jadeite-Style Carving of Guanyin with Attendants the central figure of Guanyin modeled standing, clasping auspicious objects in either hand, flanked by two attendants, one holding on to the sleeve of her robe, all on a styled rockwork base. h. 33”, w. 18-1/2” $2,000-$4,000

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535 Impressive Chinese Bronze Urn first half 20th century, of baluster form, having an upright lip and raised on a splayed foot, with stylized rooster-form handles, the body with taotie detail between rooster-motif borders. h. 24-1/2”, w. 19”, d. 13” $1,000-$1,500 536 Group of Four Paintings of the Four Seasons ca. 1960s, Taiwanese, oil on canvas, each painting portraying a stylized mountainous landscape depicting spring, summer, autumn and winter, respectively, each with calligraphic inscription and seal mark, signed Wang, impressively framed. 48” x 24”, framed 53-1/2” x 30” $2,500-$4,000

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544 Pictorial Tabriz Carpet 10’ 6” x 15’ 5” $3,500-$5,000 545 Antique Kerman Carpet 11’ 8” x 15’ 3” $7,000-$10,000 546 Antique Malayer Runner 3’ 4” x 14’ $2,500-$4,000

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547 Group of Fourteen Chinese Metal and Coral-Style Hair Ornaments and Pins first half 20th century, of various styles, with distinctive salmonpink beading complimenting the delicate filigree detail. various sizes, longest measuring h. 8”, d. 2” $1,000-$1,500

548 Group of Twelve Chinese and Japanese Metal Hair Ornaments

549 Group of Fifteen Chinese Kingfisher Feather Hair Ornaments second half 19th century and first quarter 20th century, comprising hair pins and hair ornaments of different forms and styles with applied Kingfisher feather detail, some decorated with seed pearls and semi-precious stones, others with intricate filigree detail. various sizes, largest measures h. 2”, w. 7-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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550 Pair of Tahitian Pearl and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with a 12.0 mm Tahitian pearl with an excellent luster, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.91 carats in total. l. 2”, total weight 17.5 grams $7,000-$10,000 551 Tahitian Pearl Necklace 14k white gold, the necklace composed of graduated Tahitian pearls measuring approximately 13.0 mm to 17.0 mm in diameter, with an excellent luster, finished with a white gold ball clasp. l. 17-1/2”, total weight 115.8 grams $1,400-$1,800 552 Pair of South Sea Pearl and Diamond Ear Clips 18k yellow gold, the ear clips mounted with a 12.3 mm South Sea golden pearl with a very good luster, accented by round brilliant-cut and marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.96 carats in total. l. 7/8”, total weight 18.7 grams

553 Long Pearl Necklace 18k yellow gold, the long necklace composed of 11.00 mm to 12.0 mm freshwater white/pink pearls with a good luster, finished with a gold clasp. l. 44”, total weight 214.0 grams $1,500-$2,500

554 Pearl and Diamond Bangle Bracelet palladium, the hinged bracelet mounted with white cultured pearls measuring approximately 5.10 mm to 8.45 mm in diameter, accented by single- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.96 carats in total. inside circumference 6”, total weight 24.4 grams $1,200-$1,800

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555 Opal and Diamond Necklace gold vermeil, the necklace composed of oval cabochoncut opals weighing approximately 63.50 carats in total, each surrounded by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.50 carats in total. l. 16-1/2”, total weight 71.5 grams $1,200-$1,800 556 Black Opal and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with an oval-cut black opal weighing approximately 1.09 carats, accented by baguettecut diamonds weighing approximately 1.11 carats in total. size 6-1/2, total weight 10.0 grams $2,500-$4,000 557 Black Opal and Diamond Pendant with Chain platinum, the pendant mounted with an oval cabochon-cut black opal weighing approximately 1.19 carats, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.55 carats in total, l. 1”, suspended from an 18” platinum chain. total weight 5.0 grams

558 Pair of Turquoise Ear Clips 14k yellow gold, the ear clips mounted with cabochon-cut turquoises weighing approximately 22.44 carats in total. l. 3/4”, total weight 9.0 grams $1,000-$1,500

559 Aquamarine and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 5.26 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.25 carats in total. size 7, total weight 6.0 grams $2,000-$4,000

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560 Pair of “Stained Glass Window” Earrings 18k yellow gold, the delicate earrings each with a “window” of glass in red, blue and green. l. 1-1/2”, total weight 8.9 grams $1,000-$1,500 561 Three Diamond and Coral Rings 18k yellow gold, each ring set with a calibre-cut piece of black, angel skin or red coral and accented with single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.95 carats in total. sizes 3-1/2, 3-3/4 and 5-3/4, total weight 19.2 grams $2,500-$4,000

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562 Tanzanite and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut tanzanite weighing approximately 2.84 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.97 carats in total. size 6-3/4, total weight 7.3 grams $3,000-$5,000 563 Tanzanite and Diamond Necklace 14k white gold, the necklace mounted with an oval-cut tanzanite weighing approximately 6.83 carats, accented by round brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.52 carats in total. l. 17”, pendant l. 1-1/2”, total weight 30.0 grams $8,000-$12,000

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564 Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet composed of delicate links mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.59 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 9.5 grams $1,400-$1,800 565 Pair of Diamond Huggie-Style Earrings 14k white gold, the huggies mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total. l. 5/8”, total weight 5.8 grams $1,200-$1,800 566 Diamond Cross Pendant 18k white gold, the pendant mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 1.78 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1-SI1. l. 1-1/4”, total weight 6.0 grams

567 Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.01 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 18.0 grams $2,500-$4,000 568 Diamond Chevron Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.90 carats in total. size 6-1/4, total weight 5.3 grams $1,000-$1,500

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569 Diamond Necklace 18k white gold, the necklace mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.62 carats in total. l. 19”, total weight 5.0 grams $1,200-$1,800 570 Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the free-form ring mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.77 carats in total. size 7, total weight 4.0 grams $1,200-$1,800 571 Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet mounted with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 10.08 carats in total, approximate color F-H and clarity SI3-I2. l. 7-1/2”, total weight 17.0 grams $10,000-$15,000 572 Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.01 carats, approximate color G and clarity I2, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total. size 7, total weight 7.2 grams $3,000-$5,000

573 Cartier “Tank Francaise” Diamond Band 18k white gold, the band mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total, signed “Cartier, 750, Nu2224”, together with the original Cartier inner and outer boxes. size 6-3/4, total weight 8.6 grams $1,500-$2,500 574 Pair of Huggie-Style Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total. l. 1/2”, total weight 2.9 grams $1,000-$1,500 575 Stunning Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 5.10 carats, approximate color M and clarity VVS2, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.32 carats in total. size 4, total weight 6.80 grams $20,000-$40,000 576 Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.40 carats, approximate color I and clarity I2, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.14 carats in total. size 7, total weight 8.5 grams $4,500-$7,000

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577 Emerald and Diamond Necklace platinum, the necklace mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 18.36 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.81 carats in total. l. 17”, total weight 46.2 grams $9,000-$12,000 578 Pair of Emerald and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with emerald-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 2.54 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.99 carats in total. l. 1”, total weight 7.6 grams $2,500-$4,000 579 Emerald and Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with ovalcut treated emeralds weighing approximately 28.06 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 14.29 carats in total. w. 1”, inside circumference 6-1/2”, total weight 53.3 grams $15,000-$25,000

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580 Tourmaline and Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with an oval-cut green tourmaline weighing approximately 7.80 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.27 carats in total. size 7, total weight 6.0 grams $1,400-$1,800


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581 Rubellite and Diamond Pendant with Chain 18k white gold, the pendant mounted with a pear-cut rubellite tourmaline weighing approximately 11.17 carats, accented on the pendant and chain with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.65 carats in total. pendant l. 1-1/4”, chain l. 17”, total weight 10.9 grams $6,000-$9,000 582 Paraiba Tourmaline and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with an oval-cut Paraiba tourmaline weighing 5.13 carats, GIA report #2161933643, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.07 carats in total. size 7-1/4, total weight 14.4 grams $7,000-$10,000 583 Pair of Demantoid Garnet and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with oval-cut demantoid garnets weighing approximately 2.00 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.48 carats in total. l. 1”, total weight 5.0 grams $2,500-$4,000

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584 Demantoid Garnet and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with an oval-cut demantoid garnet weighing approximately 1.00 carat, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.31 carats in total. size 7, total weight 4.0 grams $1,500-$2,500 585 Pair of Tsavorite Garnet and Diamond Earrings 18k white/yellow gold, the earrings mounted with oval-cut tsavorite garnets weighing approximately 1.52 carats in total, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut yellow diamonds and further accented by round brilliant-cut white diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 1.07 carats. l. 1”, total weight 4.7 grams $3,000-$5,000

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586 Diamond Tennis Necklace 14k yellow gold, the necklace mounted with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 15.18 carats in total, approximate color H-I and clarity SI1-I2. l. 19-1/2”, total weight 30.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $5,000-$8,000

590 Diamond Necklace 14k yellow gold, the necklace with a curved bar pendant mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.20 carats in total. l. 19”, pendant l. 2”, total weight 4.0 grams $1,000-$1,500

587 Pair of Large Diamond Hoop Earrings 18k yellow gold, the inside-out earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.05 carats in total. l. 2”, total weight 14.0 grams

591 Pair of Diamond Dangle Earrings gold vermeil, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.87 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2-VS1. l. 2-3/4”, total weight 18.0 grams

$3,000-$5,000

$1,800-$2,500

588 Diamond Bangle Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds in the round, weighing approximately 0.65 carats in total. inside circumference 6-1/2”, total weight 6.0 grams

592 Diamond and Enamel Pendant/Brooch 14k yellow gold, the convertible brooch mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.03 carats in total, approximate color G-I and clarity VS1-SI1, accented by black enamel. l. 1-1/2”, total weight 14.1 grams

$1,400-$1,800

$1,400-$1,800

589 Pair of Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.35 carats in total. l. 7/8”, total weight 5.0 grams

593 Diamond Bangle Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.64 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity SI2-I1. inside circumference 6-1/2”, total weight 16.0 grams

$1,200-$1,800

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594 Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the domed band mounted with a bezel-set European-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.15 carats, approximate color G and clarity VS1. size 6-1/2, total weight 8.0 grams

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$2,500-$4,000 595 Vintage Gold and Diamond Crescent Brooch first quarter 20th century, 18K, the textured crescent set with a single gypsy-set old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.50 carats, approximate color H and clarity VS1. size 1-1/2” x 1-3/4”, total weight 10.0 grams

600 Pair of Diamond Hoop Earrings 18k yellow gold, the inside-out earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.50 carats in total. l. 7/8”, total weight 4.6 grams

$7,000-$10,000

$1,400-$1,800

596 Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a round brilliantcut diamond weighing approximately 1.20 carats in total, approximate color I and clarity SI3, set in a swirled gold mounting. size 6-1/4, total weight 6.3 grams

601 Pair of Diamond Dangle Earrings 18k yellow gold, the double hoop earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.27 carats in total, approximate color G-I and clarity SI1-I1. l. 1-7/8”, total weight 11.0 grams

$1,800-$2,500

$2,500-$4,000

597 Pair of Light Yellow Diamond Dangle Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with various shapes of rose-cut light yellow diamonds weighing approximately 2.45 carats in total. l. 2”, total weight 5.0 grams

602 Pair of Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with rose-cut pearshaped diamonds, suspended from hoops accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 0.79 carats. l. 1”, total weight 2.0 grams

$1,800-$2,500 598 Pair of Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with rose-cut diamonds suspended from small hoops with an approximate total weight of 0.50 carats. l. 3/4”, total weight 3.0 grams $1,000-$1,500 599 Diamond Bangle Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.97 carats in total, separated by gold pyramid-shaped accents. inside circumference 6-1/2”, total weight 7.0 grams $1,400-$1,800

$1,000-$1,500 603 Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring in the form of a pyramid and mounted with round-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.65 carats in total. size 8, total weight 2.2 grams $1,000-$1,500 604 Pair of Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.96 carats in total. l. 1-1/2”, total weight 5.0 grams $1,200-$1,800

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605 Pair of Fancy Yellow and White Diamond Earrings platinum, the earrings mounted with radiant-cut Fancy Yellow diamonds weighing 2.21 carats in total, clarity VVS1 and VS2, each surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.60 carats in total. l. 3/8�, total weight 4.4 grams

607 Pair of Emerald and Yellow Diamond Earrings 18k white/yellow gold, the earrings mounted with an emeraldcut treated emerald weighing approximately 2.38 carats in total, accented by a radiant-cut Fancy Yellow diamond weighing approximately 0.43 carats in total. l. 1/4�, total weight 3.0 grams

$20,000-$40,000

$1,800-$2,500

606 Yellow and White Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a radiant-cut Fancy Yellow diamond weighing approximately 0.75 carats, accented by baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.30 carats in total. size 7, total weight 3.0 grams

608 Large Emerald Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 10.56 carats. size 5-1/4, total weight 11.0 grams

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609 Beautiful Italian Emerald and Diamond Necklace 18k yellow gold, the two-strand drop necklace composed of interlocking chain links accented with quatrefoil sections, mounted with oval cabochon-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 9.00 carats in total, and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.50 carats in total. l. 18-1/2”, total weight 103.3 grams $18,000-$25,000

610 Stunning Andreoli Italian Emerald and Diamond Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the cuff bracelet mounted with oval cabochon-cut and pyramid-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 9.20 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 8.30 carats in total, stamped “ANDREOLI” and “18K Ital”. w. 1-3/8”, inside circumference 7”, total weight 129.4 grams $18,000-$25,000 611 Pair of Emerald and Diamond Ear Clips 18k yellow gold, the ear clips mounted with oval treated emerald cabochons weighing approximately 6.00 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.16 carats in total. l. 1-1/2”, total weight 34.6 grams $12,000-$18,000

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612 Gentleman’s Chevron Mink Jacket size M, black and white, with convertible hooked collar, inset tapering deep dolman sleeves, on-seam pockets, elasticized hem and zippered closure, the black satin-lined interior with forward glove pocket, labeled “Groz”. l. 25-1/2”

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615 Roger Dubuis Limited Edition Watch 18k rose gold, the manual-wind mechanical movement fitted into an unusual cross-shaped case, this watch numbered 26 out of a limited edition of 28 and titled “Follow Me”, the original factory ivory-colored guilloche dial with painted radial Roman numerals, and marked “Roger Dubuis, Geneve, Swiss Made”, the 18k gold curved case set with round brilliant-cut diamonds and the buckle set with single-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 2.00 carats, 42.0 mm x 42.0 mm case size without crown, with a set of new straps and two used straps, and the original wood inner box and outer box. w. 1-5/8”, l. 6-1/4” to 7”, total weight 94.5 grams $14,000-$18,000 615

616 Orlando Olsen Gold and Diamond Belt Buckle with Three Alligator Belts 18k yellow gold, the buckle designed as two neck-to-neck racehorses, each set with a .05-carat black diamond and stamped “Olsen 18k”, size 3” x 1-1/2”, together with three 30” genuine alligator belts. buckle total weight 63.5 grams $1,200-$1,800 617 Gentleman’s TAG Heuer “Aquaracer” Chronograph stainless steel, the self-winding mechanical quick change date movement with chronograph is a dive watch with helium escape valve and uni-directional bezel, the watch with an inner and outer box, booklets and guarantee card, reference #CAK 2111, serial #RUZ9,XXX, 43.0 mm diameter without crown. l. 7” to 9-1/2”, total weight 150.2 grams

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$1,000-$1,500 618 Gentleman’s Diamond and Ruby Ring 18k yellow gold, the center of the ring mounted with a row of two oval-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.29 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1-VS2, and three oval-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 2.00 carats in total, surrounded by a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.40 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1-VS2. size 11-1/2, total weight 22.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $3,500-$5,000

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623 Gentleman’s Natural Star Ruby and Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an oval cabochon-cut star ruby weighing approximately 13.87 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.75 carats in total. size 10-1/2, total weight 14.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $3,000-$5,000 624 Gentleman’s Piaget Diamond “Polo” Watch 18k yellow gold, the quartz time only movement set in a circular case with a diamond dial and bezel, with an approximate total weight of 2.00 carats, reference #80256 C 701, serial #449,XXX, 33.0 mm diameter without crown, together with two extra links. l. 7-5/8”, total weight 130.2 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas.

$1,200-$1,800

$4,000-$7,000

621 Gentleman’s Oscar Heyman Bros. Ruby and Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a row of calibrated-cut rubies weighing approximately 1.69 carats in total, flanked on the top and bottom by a row of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.61 carats in total. size 11-1/4, total weight 13.0 grams

625 Stunning Gentleman’s Fancy Yellow Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut Fancy Yellow diamond weighing approximately 3.14 carats, accented by tapered baguette-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 1.55 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2-VS1. size 9-3/4, total weight 18.0 grams

Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas.

Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas.

$2,000-$4,000

$9,000-$12,000

622 Pair of Ruby Cufflinks 14k yellow gold, the cufflinks each in the form of a bull’s head, mounted with round-cut rubies for the eyes, weighing approximately 0.56 carats in total. l. 1-1/2”, total weight 35.0 grams

626 Gentleman’s Diamond Bracelet 14k yellow gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 3.50 carats in total, approximate color G-I and clarity VS2-SI1. l. 8”, total weight 17.0 grams

$1,800-$2,500

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627 Pair of Diamond Cufflinks 14k yellow gold, the cufflinks mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 1.99 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity SI1-SI2. l. 3/4”, total weight 16.0 grams $2,000-$4,000 628 Beautiful Gentleman’s Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a central emeraldcut diamond weighing 3.20 carats, color F and clarity SI1, GIA report #8341682, flanked on either side by a trianglecut diamond weighing approximately 1.05 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2-VS1. size 11-1/4, total weight 14.0 grams

632 Vintage Jay Chester Sable Stroller 1980s, size 6, with broad notched collar, raglan jewel-length straight sleeves, open front and on-seam pockets, two side slits accommodate a silk cord ending in tassels and sable tails, the chocolate brown satin-lined interior with forward glove pocket, embroidered and labeled “Jay Chester for Gus Mayer”, monogrammed. l. 31-1/2” $1,200-$1,800

Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $15,000-$25,000 629 Gentleman’s Diamond Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the bracelet with large open links accented by sections mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.14 carats in total. l. 8”, total weight 31.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $1,800-$2,500 630 Gentleman’s Patek Philippe Gondolo Watch 18k yellow gold, the manual movement watch with a porcelain face with Arabic numbers, model #5024, the face marked “Patek Philippe Geneve” and the band marked “Patek Philippe Geneve” and “750”. inside circumference 7-1/4”, total weight 42.3 grams $20,000-$40,000 631 Patek Philippe Gold Pocket Watch with Box 18k yellow gold, the twelve size open face watch with a Patek Philippe & Co. porcelain dial with black Breguet numerals and blue steel moon hands, the twenty jewels nickel damask movement signed “Patek Philippe & Co. No 198, 623. Geneva. Switzerland, Eight(8) adjustments”, the case signed “PPCo 18Kts 278647”, and with a Calatrava cross, together with a Patek Philippe box and Patek Philippe certificate, 45.0 mm diameter without crown. total weight 66.5 grams

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643 Pair of Diamond Chandelier Earrings 18k white gold, the long dangle earrings mounted with rosecut and round brilliant-cut diamonds, weighing approximately 2.97 carats in total, approximate color G-I and clarity SI1-I1. l. 2-3/4”, total weight 8.0 grams $2,000-$4,000 644 Diamond Necklace 18k white gold, the pendant mounted with a rose-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.44 carats, approximate color H and clarity SI1, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.09 carats in total. l. 18”, total weight 2.0 grams $1,000-$1,500 645 Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with rose-cut and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.90 carats in total. size 7-1/4, total weight 3.4 grams $1,000-$1,500

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649 Beautiful Diamond “Snake” Bracelet 18k white gold, the coiled bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds in the round, weighing approximately 2.45 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity SI1-I1. adjustable inside circumference 6-1/2” to 7-1/2”, total weight 24.0 grams $3,500-$5,000 650 Diamond “Snake” Ring 14k white gold, the coiled ring mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.11 carats in total. size 6 to 7-1/2, total weight 3.0 grams $1,200-$1,800 651 Diamond Bangle Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds in the round, weighing approximately 1.40 carats in total. inside circumference 7-1/2”, total weight 19.8 grams $2,500-$4,000 652 Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a central emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.01 carats, approximate color H and clarity I2, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.18 carats in total. size 6-1/4, total weight 2.5 grams $3,000-$5,000

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656 Pair of Sapphire and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with oval-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 3.73 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.79 carats in total. l. 1-1/4�, total weight 3.0 grams

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654 Pair of Black and White Diamond Ear Clips 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with round-cut black diamonds weighing approximately 1.80 carats in total and round brilliant-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 1.60 carats in total. l. 1�, total weight 15.0 grams

657 Natural Sapphire and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut natural sapphire weighing 1.58 carats, GIA report #5202365344, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.40 carats in total. size 7, total weight 6.3 grams

$2,500-$4,000 655 Natural Sapphire and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut natural sapphire weighing 4.64 carats, GIA report #2205062882, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.36 carats in total. size 7, total weight 8.3 grams $6,000-$9,000

$4,000-$7,000 658 Multi-Colored Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet 14k yellow gold, the bracelet composed of oval-cut green, orange, yellow and blue treated sapphires weighing approximately 4.05 carats in total, alternating with ovalcut diamonds weighing approximately 3.89 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity SI1-I1. l. 7-1/4�, total weight 12.0 grams $2,500-$4,000

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663 Ruby and Diamond Necklace 14k yellow gold, the necklace mounted with a pear-cut treated ruby weighing approximately 17.32 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.18 carats in total. necklace l. 18”, pendant l. 1-3/4”, total weight 16.8 grams

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660 Diamond and Ruby Pendant with Chain platinum, the pendant mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.09 carats, approximate color G and clarity I1, surrounded by a halo of square-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 1.12 carats in total and further accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.42 carats in total, l. 7/8”, suspended from an 18” platinum chain. total weight 8.6 grams

664 Ruby and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an oval-cut treated ruby weighing approximately 11.43 carats, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.17 carats in total. size 6-1/4, total weight 7.9 grams

$4,000-$7,000 661 Ruby and Diamond Band 18k white gold, the band mounted with oval-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total and round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.75 carats in total. size 6-3/4, total weight 2.3 grams $4,000-$7,000 662 Ruby and Diamond Bracelet platinum, the bracelet mounted with emerald-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 20.00 carats in total, accented with baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.80 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 32.3 grams

$1,400-$1,800 665 Ruby and Diamond Bracelet 14k yellow gold, the bracelet mounted with emerald-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 55.59 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.36 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 31.9 grams $3,000-$5,000 666 Ruby, Diamond and Black Onyx Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a central ovalcut treated ruby weighing approximately 1.05 carats, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.10 carats in total, set into a carved black onyx mounting. size 7, total weight 8.0 grams $1,000-$1,500

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671 Lady’s Rolex Diamond President Watch 18k yellow gold, the self-winding mechanical non-quick change date movement with a satin silver original Rolex Oyster Perpetual datejust dial, the after-market thirty-two diamond bezel weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total, the aftermarket president 18k yellow gold band with a Rolex hidden clasp with number “8570F” and Rolex markings, reference #6916, serial #6,024,XXX. inside circumference 6-1/4”, total weight 67.5 grams

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668 Diamond Bracelet 14k yellow gold, the bracelet composed of “X” links separated by clusters of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.47 carats in total. l. 7-1/4”, total weight 23.0 grams

672 Pair of Diamond Earrings 14k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total. l. 5/8”, total weight 2.9 grams

$1,400-$1,800 669 Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.18 carats, approximate color G and clarity VS2, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.27 carats in total. size 5, total weight 4.0 grams $1,800-$2,500 670 Pair of Huggie-Style Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.56 carats in total. l. 1/2”, total weight 6.7 grams $4,000-$7,000

$1,400-$1,800 673 Pair of Diamond Etruscan-Style Ear Clips 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.08 carats in total. l. 1-1/4”, total weight 31.0 grams $1,800-$2,500 674 Peter Lindeman Limited Edition Figural Pendant/Brooch with Chain 18k yellow gold, the figural pendant/brooch depicting a lion’s head with a lamb, mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.10 carats in total and round-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 0.08 carats in total, stamped “Peter Lindeman, 1974, 18k, 43/500” and with the Lindeman mark, size 2-1/4” x 1-5/8”, suspended from a textured Peter Lindeman necklace, stamped 18k” and with the Lindeman mark, l. 20-1/2”. total weight 83.4 grams $2,500-$4,000

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678 Three Diamond Bangle Bracelets gold vermeil, the hinged bracelets mounted with baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.82 carats in total. inside circumference 6-1/2”, total weight 34.0 grams

$12,000-$18,000

679 Three Diamond Bands including a 14k yellow gold double band mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds, size 6-1/2, an 18k rose gold band mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds, size 6, and an 18k white gold band mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds, size 6, with an approximate total diamond weight of 0.74 carats. total weight 4.2 grams

676 Pair of Diamond Dangle Earrings 18k rose gold, the earrings mounted with pear-cut grayish/ brown diamonds weighing approximately 8.92 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 0.60 carats in total. l. 1-1/4”, total weight 12.0 grams $2,500-$4,000 677 Vintage-Style Diamond Bracelet 14k yellow/white gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.45 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2-VS1. inside circumference 6”, total weight 13.0 grams $2,000-$4,000

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688 Gentleman’s Cartier “Love” Bracelet 18k rose gold, the bracelet stamped “Cartier, 21 FQL137 AU750 db”, with the original screwdriver, inner box, outer box and papers. inside circumference 8”, total weight 40.0 grams $2,500-$4,000 689 Gentleman’s Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a central emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.62 carats, approximate color G and clarity VS1, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.46 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1-SI1. size 11, total weight 6.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $1,200-$1,800 690 Gentleman’s Diamond Bangle Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds in a zig-zag pattern, weighing approximately 0.28 carats in total. inside circumference 7-1/4”, total weight 28.1 grams

692 Gentleman’s Emerald and Black Quartz Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a pyramid-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 9.94 carats, accented on each side with a tapered baguette-cut black quartz weighing approximately 1.12 carats in total. size 9-3/4, total weight 19.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $2,500-$4,000 693 Gentleman’s Oscar Heyman Bros. Emerald and Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a tapered baguettecut natural emerald weighing approximately 0.73 carats, accented by baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.70 carats in total, approximate color F-G and clarity VVS1VVS2. size 6-1/2, total weight 17.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Hurley Wayne Gray, Houston, Texas. $3,000-$5,000

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694 Gentleman’s Rolex “GMT Master” Watch 18k yellow gold/stainless steel, the self-winding mechanical movement with quick change date, with an original black finished dial with gold nipple markers, signed “Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date, GMT-Master, Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified, T Swiss T”, the 18k gold bi-directional bezel with a twenty-four hour time zone insert, the stainless and 18k yellow gold oyster Rolex band with a Rolex deployant clasp with wet suit expansion link, the clasp number is 9315318 Steelnox X V6, the band marked “93153, and the end pieces “463”, reference #16753, serial #8,711,XXX. inside circumference 8-1/8”, total weight 120.9 grams

$2,000-$4,000

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695 Selection of Seven Montblanc Meisterstuck Ballpoint Pens from the Writers Edition including Ernest Hemingway, Oscar Wilde, Friedrich Schiller, Edgar Allan Poe, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Voltaire and Alexandre Dumas. $1,500-$2,500 696 Montblanc “Imperial Dragon” Ballpoint Pen limited edition, marked “1073/3500”, with sterling silver dragon-form clip and trim. $800-$1,200 697 Two Montblanc Meisterstuck Ballpoint Pens including a “Ramses II” in lapis lazuli and vermeil, stamped “BK102288”and a “Czar Nikolai” in malachite and vermeil, stamped “YK105802”. $1,200-$1,800 696

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gold hardware, with signed frame and gold ball push closure, the underside with conforming padded gold kidskin base, the gold kidskin-lined interior separated by a gusseted pocket with gilt-metal bar, labeled “Judith Leiber/New York”, includes a matching coin purse, tasseled comb, swing mirror, product registry card, dust bag and original snakeskin-printed box. h. 3”, w. 6”, d. 3-3/4”

gold hardware, with drop-in chain and rose quartz and jadeset push closure, the gold kidskin-lined interior labeled “Judith Leiber”, includes a matching coin purse, tasseled comb, swing mirror with drawstring pouch, care card, dust bag and original snakeskin-printed box. h. 4”, w. 5-1/2”, d. 1-3/4”; chain drop: 18-3/4”

Literature: See Enid Nemy & John Bigelow Taylor, Judith Leiber: The Artful Handbag (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995), p. 134, for a similar example in jet and clear crystals.

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707 Pair of Jay Strongwater Enameled and “Jeweled” Menorahs and a Pair of Mezuzahs 20th century, the menorahs with pierced bases, the candelabra decorated with vines and tulip-form candle sockets, h. 8-1/4”, w. 6-3/4”, d. 4-3/4”, and the mezuzahs with similar decoration, h. 4-1/2”, w. 1-1/2”, each piece signed “Jay Strongwater”.

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713 Modern Cast Brass and Glass Ibex Cocktail Table after a design by Alain Chervet, the oval glass top supported by a pair of pedestals modeled as Ibex heads, with arched horns forming a tripod. h. 18”, w. 51-1/2”, d. 31-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 714 Carved Wood and Patinated Metal Ram’s-Head Jardiniere mid-20th century, the carved head and horns on a tapered patinated socle, set with a tole planter insert. h. 18”, w. 11-3/4”, d. 10” $1,000-$1,500 714

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A historian and art-historian, the self-trained sculptor Bjorn Skaarup is the creator of a whimsical bestiary which references everything from classical mythology, Renaissance art, and contemporary culture. Drawing upon his extensive academic background - he has a Master’s from the University of Copenhagen and a Doctorate from the European University Institute in Florence, as well as post-doctoral studies at the Warburg Institute and Columbia University - his works cleverly revel in their layers of interpretation. As the artist once said in a New York Times Style Magazine interview “I’ve always imagined my works to be some sort of imaginary collaboration between the old Cellini and a young Disney”. The two works offered here exemplify the artists distinct approach - each can be appreciated from a purely visual perspective, but a closer examination reveals allusions to the historical, literary and cultural.

The determined ostrich - one of the few flightless birds - is here depicted as a sprightly aviator with biplane wings and wearing a jaunty cap. A more perceptive viewer of the elephant sculpture will notice the self-satisfied expression and bloated belly of the recently sated tiger, feet resting on the helmet of the explorer who was most decidedly the main course of his last meal! Skaarup’s sculptures are in numerous private and public collections, including the National Cathedral, Washington D.C.; Koldinghas Museum, Denmark; Museo Cenacolo di Ognissanti, Florence; and the Hotel Cipriani, Venice. A retrospective solo exhibition of his work was held in 2016 at the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut.

715 Bjorn Okholm Skaarup (Danish, b. 1973)

716 Bjorn Okholm Skaarup (Danish, b. 1973)

“The Ostrich”, 2011

“The Elephant and the Tiger”, 2009

patinated bronze cast artist initials, numbered “II/VI”, dated and with Ciglia & Carrai Fonderia Artistica/Firenze mark at back, now on a black marble square plinth. sculpture h. 60”, w. 50”, d. 26”, base h. 23-1/2”

patinated bronze cast artist initials, numbered “I/VI”, dated and with a Ciglia & Carrai Fonderia Artistica/Firenze mark at back, now on a square black marble plinth. sculpture h. 53-1/2”, w. 19-3/4”, d. 36”, base h. 24”

Literature: Julie Baumgardner, “Playful Animal Sculptures, Inspired by Art History”, The New York Times Style Magazine, October 30, 2015.

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717 Large Lapis Lazuli Orb on a Bronze Stand 20th century, the mottled blue orb supported on a hammered bronze circular stand. h. 13-1/4”, dia. 11-1/2” $5,000-$8,000

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718 Kyanite Crystal Sculpture with a custom metal stand on a marble base. h. 15”, w. 8”, d. 5” $1,000-$1,500

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720 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954) “Wailing Wall” oil on wood panel signed lower right and en verso (wood burn engraved). Framed. 20” x 18-3/4”, framed 28” x 27-1/4” $1,500-$2,500

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719 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954) “New Orleans, Moon Walk at Riverfront Park” oil on wood panel signed lower right and en verso (wood burn engraved). Framed. 11-3/4” x 15-3/4”, framed 17” x 21” $1,200-$1,800

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721 Lalique Frosted Crystal “Two Fish” Figure post-1978, French, the two fish forming a circle, with an engraved mark. h. 11-1/4”, w. 9-1/4”, d. 5-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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722 Nautilus Shell and Metal Desk Lamp 20th century, the metal base decorated with starfish and supporting an arched arm set with encrusted branches of coral decorated with shells, terminating in a nautilus shell shade over a single socket. h. 15-3/4”, w. 16-3/4”, d. 8-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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723 Contemporary Mahogany Commode in the Regency Taste the rectangular top with a D-form front, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, all with gilt cock-beading, raised on sabre legs, the back bearing a metal tag, “Dessin Fournir, Los Angeles”. h. 34”, w. 36”, d. 17-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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725 Contemporary Bronze Cocktail Table, Attributed to Maison Bagues, Paris

second quarter 20th century, the baluster-molded gilt-bronze scalloped frame set with a basket of glass beadwork and a prism-hung bronze drop. h. 6-1/2”, dia. 17-1/2”

second half 20th century, the rectangular glass top on a conforming frame with splayed feet joined by curved stretchers. h. 18”, w. 52-1/2”, d. 22-1/4”

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726 Joseph Francis Quillan (American, 20th Century) “Turtle Tray”, 1996 patinated bronze signed, dated and numbered “181/500” on bottom. w. 17-1/2”, l. 11-1/2” $1,200-$1,800 727 Robert Wyland (American, b. 1956) “Turtle”, 1992 patinated bronze incised signature, dated and edition number “33/200” under front right leg, mounted on a black marble base. h. 8-1/4”, w. 11”

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$1,200-$1,800 728 Robert Wyland (American, b. 1956) “Octopus”, 1994 patinated bronze cast signature on bottom with incised date and edition number “23/88”. h. 13”, w. 7” $1,200-$1,800

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729 Robert Wyland (American, b. 1956) “Dolphins” patinated bronze on a naturalistic rocky base, includes an optional glass top. h. 16, w. 43, d. 23” $1,000-$1,500 730 Robert Wyland (American, b. 1956)

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Three Marine Patinated Bronzes including two duets of “Manta Rays”, 1992, each with cast signature, signed, dated and numbered “123” and “127”, respectively, on self base, of an edition of “950”; and a “Shark”, 1995, with cast signature, dated and numbered “7/200” under proper right fin, each example mounted on a black marble base. overall height 3-1/2” to 5-3/4” by 5” to 7-3/4” $800-$1,200

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733 Philip Baldwin (American, b. 1947) Monica Guggisberg (Swiss, b. 1955)

“Guardian” blown and cold-worked glass incorporating the battuto cutting technique, green to blue striped, incised with studio inscription “nonfoux” and numbered “V328” along metal support “receptacle”, presented on an iron stand.

“Guardian” blown and cold-worked glass incorporating the battuto cutting technique, purple and cobalt, incised initials, studio inscription “nonfoux” and numbered “V329”, presented on an iron stand. glass h. 33”, stand h. 51-1/8”

“Guardian” blown and cold-worked glass incorporating the battuto cutting technique, purple to teal, incised initials, studio inscription “nonfoux” and numbered “V333”, presented on an iron stand. glass h. 46”, stand h. 47-1/4”

$2,000-$4,000

$2,000-$4,000

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734 Hiroshi Yamano (Japanese, b. 1956) “Fish Catcher”, 2002 blown glass fused with gold and silver leaf and copper from the “East to West” series, large partially etched purple vase with three fish, two with fins bent to hang from lip, incised signature and dated at bottom. vase h. 8-1/2”, dia. 8-1/4”; fish h. 6”, 7” and 12-1/2”, respectively $4,000-$7,000

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735 Vladimira Klumpar(ova) (Czech, b. 1954) Michael Pavlik (Czech, b. 1941) “Elephant” cast and polished glass, deep cobalt blue, incised signatures along bottom front edge, on a custommade iron stand. glass h. 26-1/2”, w. 48”, d. 16”, stand h. 42” $4,000-$7,000

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737 Hermes “Marqueterie” Partial Dinner Service

comprising three elephants, a tropical fish, a pink flowering plant and an Asian harbor scene, all lined underneath the base with sueded “velvet” goatskin and stamped in gold “HH” or “HHH”, the harbor scene stamped “Peint Main”, all signed in gold along two lower exterior sides “HERMES-PARIS” and “Made in France” in script. h. 1-1/2”, w. 7-3/4”, d. 6-1/4”

ca. 1991-2000, French, each piece marked, the service comprised of two dinner plates, dia. 11”, five luncheon plates, dia. 9-1/4”, eight salad/dessert plates, dia. 7-3/4”, a serving platter, dia. 13-1/4”, two oblong sandwich trays, w. 14-1/4”, d. 6-1/2”, a breakfast cup and saucer, h. 3-1/2”, dia. 7-1/2”, six flat cups and saucers, h. 2-1/4”, dia. 5-1/2”, a cream jug, h. 4-1/4”, a sugar bowl, h. 3-1/4”, and a small square pickle/ condiment dish, w. 3-1/4”, d. 3-1/4”.

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738 Partial Service of St. Louis “Cleopatre Blue” Crystal Bar and Stemware ca. 1995-2017, French, the service in cobalt overlay glass and comprised of nine champagne flutes, h. 7-1/2”, eight oldfashioned tumblers, h. 3-3/8”, five highball glasses, h. 5-1/2”, five iced tea glasses, h. 5-3/4”, two vodka glasses, h. 3-3/4”, a flat tumbler, h. 4”, a juice glass, h. 4”, a decanter, h. 8”, dia. 3-1/2”, and a silverplate candlestick with a candle chaser insert and matching shade, h. 15”, dia. 5”.

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$1,000-$1,500 739 Lalique Frosted Crystal “Sumatra” Elephant post-1978, French, the elephant poised with trunk up, signed “Lalique France”. h. 6-3/4”, w. 5”, l. 13” $1,000-$1,500 740 Steuben Glass Peacock Sculpture ca. 1986, Corning, New York, designed by Bernard X. Wolff in 1986 for the Corning Museum of Glass, signed on the bottom. h. 11”, w. 14-1/4”, d. 3”

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$1,000-$1,500 741 Lalique “Swan Head Up” Frosted Crystal Figure post-1978, French, posed as if gliding in the water, with an engraved “Lalique France” mark. h. 9-1/2”, w. 10-1/2”, d. 7” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 741

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742 Large French Lalique L’air du Temps “Two Doves” Perfume Bottle ca. 1951 or later, with a frosted stopper on a colorless pillarmolded bottle, signed “LALIQUE”, made for the Nina Ricci company. h. 12-1/2”, w. 8”, d. 5-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 743 Baccarat “Ginkgo Ground” Crystal Vase ca. 1997, French, with a panel of frosted rustication on the facade, the vase designed by Thomas Bastide, signed by him and dated on the rear, with an engraved Baccarat mark on the bottom, as well as an engraved presentation mark. h. 12”, w. 20”, d. 5-1/4”

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745 Manual (Ed Hill, b. 1935 and Suzanne Bloom, b. 1943) “Elegy in C (White Pine)”, 1996 type C photograph, white pine construction “Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas” label en verso and “The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston” exhibition label titled “MANUAL: Two Worlds - the Collaboration of Ed Hill and Suzanne Bloom”, 2/22/04-5/23/04; accompanied by an audio recording. With a tiered wooden support for hanging. 45-3/8” x 48”, support 7-1/2” x 63” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas; Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas. Exhibited: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2/22/04-5/23/04.

The collaboration between Ed Hill and Suzanne Bloom, which began as a creative experiment in 1974 and has endured these past four decades, culminated in a major retrospective of their work at the National Center of Photography in New York, 2002; this was followed by a 2004 exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Elegy in C, a multi-media work, included in the retrospective, explores complex relationships between natural and manmade realities. Nature is a main protagonist in this as in many of the duo’s works created during the 1990s, focusing on the tension between real vs. virtual; nature vs. culture.

$1,500-$2,500

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746 Victor Vasarely (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997) “Moire Tower” serigraph on Perspex signed and numbered 80/200 at bottom center. h. 26” w. 9-1/2”, d. 9-1/2 h. 26”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 9-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 746

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747 Pair of Jacques Adnet and Baccarat Table Lamps ca. 1930-1939, French, each with a Baccarat crystal ball resting on a circular nickel-plated bronze base, model 7706, fitted with white paper shades and European electrical wiring. overall h. 10-3/4”, dia. 5” $5,000-$8,000 748 Contemporary Lucite Sculpture comprised of two facing helixes, on a shaped base, with acrylic pedestal. h. 18”, w. 18”, overall h. with pedestal 63” $1,000-$1,500

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749 Robert Marc (Swiss/French, 1943-1993) “Composition Cubiste”, ca. 1975 oil on masonite signed lower left center. Framed. 34-3/4” x 29”, framed 37-1/2” x 32” Provenance: Vente Machaut, France, March 23, 1996, no. 19. Literature: Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Annie Fromentin-Sangnier. $4,000-$7,000

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750 Pair of Mid-Century Modern-Style Leather and Aluminum Lounge Chairs with Ottomans each with a laminated plywood frame on a swivel cast aluminum base, and upholstered in pleated distressed brown leather, labeled “Edison”. armchair h. 32-1/4”, ottoman h. 18-1/2”, w. 23”, d. 26” $1,800-$2,500 751 David Halliday (American, b. 1958) “Bayou Teche” gelatin silver print pencil-signed lower right, numbered “10/10” lower left. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 26” x 26-1/2”, framed 39-1/4” x 39-1/4”

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$1,000-$1,500 752 Collection of Eight Sand Dollars each presented in an attractive, contemporary shadowbox-style frame. each overall 9” x 9” $1,000-$1,500

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753 Trio of Modern Brass and Glass Nesting Tables, After Milo Baughman each smoked glass top on a cantilevered brass frame. h. 16” to 22”, w. 20”, d. 19” $1,000-$1,500 754 Baccarat Contemporary Glass Sculpture 20th century, French, with the engraved Baccarat decanter mark. h. 6-1/2”, w. 10”, l. 19” $1,000-$1,500

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755 Pair of Poltrona Frau “Lyra” Leather Armchairs ca. 1997, by Lorenzo Frau (Renzo Frau) after a 1934 design based on a similar version from 1916, the rounded backs accented with leather-covered circular backs, the curving rolled arms flanking a loose, labeled goose downfilled cushion, raised on flared stained beechwood legs, upholstered in Pelle Frau “Banana” leather, with embossed label at the lower rear edge and further labeled at the rear edge underneath. h. 31-1/4” Provenance: Limn Company, San Francisco, California. $1,500-$2,500

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756 Forty-Eight-Piece Partial Service of St. Louis Crystal “Renaissance Frost” Stem and Tableware ca. 1993-2007, French, the service comprised of six champagne flutes, h. 7-1/2”, twelve water goblets, h. 6-1/2”, seven hock wine glasses, h. 8-1/4”, seven Continental goblets, h. 6-1/8”, twelve burgundy wine glasses, h. 5-3/4”, two footed dessert dishes, h. 4-3/8”, dia. 5-1/4”, a compote, h. 6-1/4”, dia. 9-3/4”, and a decanter, h. 14”, dia. 4-1/4”, each piece signed. $1,000-$1,500 757 Pair of Marge Carson”Westchester” Benches

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760 Rosie Sandifer (American, b. 1946) “Pair of Figural Bookends” patinated bronze each of a young boy reading, each with cast signature, copyright-marked and numbered “20/30” along side, on conforming beveled white marble bases. each h. 6-1/4”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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761 Nineteen Volumes on Texas and American History including Dallas directories. Complete list upon request. from 9-1/2” x 6-5/8” to 12-1/2” x 8-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 762 One Hundred and Five Volumes of the Franklin Library Greatest Books of all Time each with all leather boards with gilt lettering and design, various colors, dimensions, and designs. Complete list upon request. $1,500-$2,500

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763 Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) “Grande Liseuse”, 1923 lithograph on Arches paper signed in pencil and numbered “37/50” lower right. Matted, glazed in mylar and framed. image 19-1/4” x 15-3/8”, sheet 26-1/2” x 19-1/2”, framed 32” x 26-1/4” Provenance: Collection Joel Bares, Paris, 1962. $10,000-$15,000 Henri Matisse created numerous studies and paintings of women readers from the mid-1890s until the mid1920s, the majority of which were modeled after his daughter Marguerite or wife Amelie. The lithograph here, probably modeled after Marguerite, was created in three closely related versions between 1923 and 1925 - “Petite Liseuse”, “Grande Liseuse”, “Liseuse au Bouquet de Roses” and “Liseuse au Vase Chinois”. 764 Modern Patinated Brass and Glass-Top Coffee Table second half 20th century, possibly by La Barge, the oval glass top on a frame with legs modeled as horse heads and resting on hoof feet, the legs joined by shaped stretchers. h. 17-1/4”, w. 55-1/8”, d. 23” 763

$1,000-$1,500

765 French Lalique Languedoc Grand Vase post-1978, executed in emerald green, marked “Lalique France L201”, in the original box. h. 9”, dia. 10-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 Originally designed by Rene Lalique and inspired by the French area, then reissued in the 20th century.

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766 Bruce Onobrakpeya (Nigerian, b. 1932) “The Songs of Life” etching on paper signed, dated and localized “Lagos” lower right, titled and numbered “5/30” lower left. Unframed. 24” x 17-5/8” $1,000-$1,500 767 Bruce Onobrakpeya (Nigerian, b. 1932) “Ekpaen Mueli Rame - Blue”, 1971 etching on paper signed, dated and localized “Lagos” lower right, titled lower left, edition of 15. Unframed. 24-1/8” x 17-5/8”

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768 Maurice Guiraud-Riviere (French, 1881-1947) “Fontaine des Nymphes”, 1922 patinated bronze fountain incised signature and dated on base, the central shell-shaped basin on a helixform pedestal supported on either side by a nude female figure. h. 80”, w. 47”, d. 25” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,500-$4,000

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769 Contemporary Bronze and Glass-Top Figural Table the circular smoked glass top supported by a bronze pedestal modeled as a pair of mermen, holding the top aloft. h. 30”, dia. 51” $1,500-$2,500 770 Turkish Oushak Carpet 8’ x 10’ $1,000-$1,500 771 Turkish Oushak Carpet 8’ 1” x 10’ 2” $1,000-$1,500

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774 Contemporary Erica Larkin Gaudet, Louisiana, Steel Tester Bed the tester frame on tubular posts supporting a cushioned headboard in Fortuny fabric, designed to accommodate a modern queensize mattress. h. 105-1/2”, inside w. 61”, l. 63”, outside w. 81”, l. 85” $1,200-$1,800 775 Pair of Bronze Statues of Lions 20th century, each modeled roaring and standing on a rocky outcropping. h. 35-1/2” to 38”, w. 43” to 44-1/2”, d. 14” to 16-1/2” 775

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776 Pair of Bronze Panthers 20th century, both poised menacingly, one crouching and the other with one paw up, ready to strike. h. 28” to 29”, w. 42” to 44”, d. 14” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800 777 Pair of Large Bronze Figures of Whippets 20th century, depicted standing, their heads cocked to one side. h. 30” to 32”, w. 28-1/2” to 29-1/2”, d. 13” to 16”

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778 Pair of Enameled Metal and Marble-Top Figural Tables 20th century, the standards modeled as black and white whippets on rectangular bases, and supporting circular marble tops. h. 31-1/2”, dia. 16” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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779 Suite of Eight Contemporary Klismos Chairs after a mid-century modern design by T. H. RobsjohnGibbings, each with a concave crest rail over a paneled splat, slat seat and saber-form legs, with a loose seat cushion. h. 34-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 780 Fornasetti Enameled Metal Trompe L’oeil Valigie Umbrella Stand 20th century, Italian, decorated with stacked luggage of various colors, with an umbrella holder and base on the back, with a Fornasetti label. h. 29-3/4”, w. 20”, d. 6” $1,000-$1,500

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781 Susan Holman (American/Louisiana, Contemporary) “Music: A Magic Carpet Ride” mixed media sculpture h. 66-1/4”, w. 39-1/4”, d. 56” $1,000-$1,500 780

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782 Jeff Hengst (American, Contemporary) “Portrait of Parrish Maynard” oil on board signed lower center. Framed. 70-1/2” x 44-5/8”, framed 77-1/2” x 48-1/2” Provenance: Hengst Studio, Seattle, Washington; Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana. $3,000-$5,000

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783 Ramon Parmenter (American, b. 1954) “Undaunted”, 1986 patinated bronze signed, dated, copyright-marked and numbered “12/74” along inner leg, on a beveled black marble base. sculpture h. 35”, w. 12”, d. 12”, base h. 5” $3,000-$5,000

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784 George Valentine Dureau (American/Louisiana, 1930-2014) “David Kopay II” double 120 mm color negative blow up same negative blown up twice, each photo laid down back to back on mat board, each photo signed lower right center in marker. Matted, glazed and framed. photo 30” x 30”, framed 31-1/2” x 31-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 From 1964-1971, David Kopay played as a running back for the San Francisco 49ers, Washington Redskins, New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions. Three years after he retired in 1972, Kopay became the first NFL player to publicly come out as gay, challenging stereotypes of masculinity in professional sports that stymied his future coaching positions on college and national football leagues. In 1977, Kopay wrote an autobiography on his experience in coming to terms with his sexual orientation that instantly became a New York Times national best-seller, inspiring younger generations of homosexual, bi and transgender young men and women. While playing for the New Orleans Saints in 1971, Kopay befriended George Dureau, who took a series of nude studies/photographs of the football player. After Kopay came out, a limited edition of twenty-five 14” x 14” silver gelatin prints, signed by both Kopay and Dureau, were released. The color negatives were later printed in the much larger format seen here and signed by Dureau

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785 Blair Buswell (American, b. 1956) “We Did It”, 1985 patinated bronze cast signature, dated, copyright-marked and numbered “27/32” on self-base, now on a carved wood base. overall h. 15-1/4”, w. 5”, d. 4-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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786 Bronze Bas-Relief Plaque of a Mother and Child first quarter 20th century, the figures surrounded by floral blooms. 16” x 27-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 787 Russian/German Patinated Bronze first quarter 20th century, modeled as a seated nude holding a cloth wrapping, the base with cast signature in Cyrillic and Latin and numbered “6/20”, on a shaped glass plinth with a conforming wood base. overall h. 13-1/4”, w. 11” $1,000-$1,500

788 Susanne Vertel (American, b. 1954) “Standing Female Nude”, 1991 patinated bronze signed, dated and numbered “4/20” on proper left foot, on a circular marble base. h. 23”, overall h. 24-3/4”, dia. 9” $1,000-$1,500 789 Directoire-Style Brass and Glass Occasional Table the circular glass top set into a brass frieze, raised on a base in the form of four arrows piercing a central sphere and joined by a tasseled rope garland. h. 25”, dia. 22” $1,000-$1,500

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790 Set of Twenty St. Louis “Thistle” Pattern Burgundy Wine Goblets ca. 1913 to present, French, with raised gilt decoration on the rim and base, each marked “St. Louis Crystal France” on the bottom. h. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 791 French Bronze Torchere-Form Floor Lamp second quarter 20th century, on a tripartite base draped with laurel swags, the pierced standard decorated with acanthus leaves and ram’s heads alternating with molded bellflowers, mounted with a shade. h. 70”, dia. 18-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 792 Pair of Contemporary Bronze and Marble Lamps

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20th century, after Diego Giacometti (Swiss, 1902-1985), the “caryatid” male and female lamps on marble bases, made by Excalibur Studio and Foundry, Brooklyn, New York, marked “EX NY” on the lower back, mounted with shades. h. 37-1/4”, w. 14-1/2”, d. 12” $1,000-$1,500 793 Lalique Frosted Crystal “Bacchantes” Vase post-1978, French, molded with nude female dancers, signed “Lalique France”, with an original label. h. 9-1/2”, dia. 8” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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794 Pair of Lalique “Luxembourg” Frosted Crystal Book Ends post-1978, French, each depicting three putti holding garlands of flowers, signed “Lalique France”. h. 8”, w. 6”, d. 3” $1,000-$1,500 795 Lalique Frosted Crystal Figure of a Water Nymph post-1978, French, the nude female figure pouring water from a jug atop her shoulder, signed and numbered “Lalique France 039/999”. h. 17-1/2”, dia. 5-1/2”

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$1,000-$1,500 796 Lalique Frosted Crystal Figure of a Water Nymph post-1978, French, the nude female figure pouring water from a jug atop her shoulder, signed and numbered “Lalique France 111/999”. h. 17-1/2”, dia. 5-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 797 Lalique Frosted Crystal “Venus” post-1978, French, depicting a crouching nude female, with an engraved “Lalique France” signature, incorporating a number. h. 13-3/4”, w. 6-3/4”, d. 8-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 798 Three Pieces of Lalique Glass late 20th century, the collection including a Liberty Eagle figure, h. 9-1/4”, w. 5-1/2”, d. 4-1/2”, a pigeon figure, h. 5-3/4”, w. 3-3/4”, d. 9-1/2”, and a 1973 Petit Geai (Jayling) plate, dia. 8-1/4”, each signed, the pigeon and plate with original labels.

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799 Japanese Patinated Bronze Animalier Group first half 20th century, cast as an elephant being attacked by two lions, with cast Japanese characters on the elephant’s abdomen. h. 26”, w. 26” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 800 Large Carved Ironwood Elephant early 20th century, applied eyeballs and toes, tusks of sanded wood, with incised details h. 37”, w. 42” $800-$1,200 799

801 Patinated Bronze Animalier Group first half 20th century, modeled as a mother tiger and cub drinking, the self-base with cast Japanese characters, on a conforming shaped wood plinth. overall h. 8-3/4”, w. 19” $1,200-$1,800 802 Large Patinated Bronze of a Monkey 20th century, seated with one arm raised over its head. h. 26”, w. 22” 801

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803 Romeo Tabuena (Filipino/Mexican, 1921-2015) “Village Women”, 1960 oil on board signed and dated lower left. Framed. 10” x 23”, framed 16-5/8” x 29-1/2” $4,000-$7,000

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804 Romeo Tabuena (Filipino/Mexican, 1921-2015) “Family”, 1960 oil on board signed and dated lower left. Framed. 16” x 20”, framed 21-3/4” x 26” $3,000-$5,000

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805 Otto Natzler (Austrian/California, 1908-2007) “Bowl” earthenware with olive, green and turquoise crystalline glaze signed and with small tag “H613” at bottom. h. 2-1/2”, dia. 4” $1,500-$2,500

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806 Peter Voulkos (American, 1924-2002) “Lidded Vessel” wheel-thrown partially glazed stoneware shades of rust to brown, with all-over incised fern motif design, interior of vessel and lid with light gray glazing, incised signature at bottom. h. 10-1/2”, dia. 4-5/8” $2,500-$4,000

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807 Peter Voulkos (American, 1924-2002) “Open Vessel” wheel-thrown partially glazed stoneware shades of rust to brown, with all-over incised leaf motif design, incised signature at bottom. h. 4-5/8”, dia. 5-1/2” $1,200-$1,800 807

808 Henry Gasser (American, 1909-1981) “Italian Market” watercolor on paper signed lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 14-1/2” x 22”, framed 23” x 30” $1,000-$1,500

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809 Alvyk Boyd Cruise (American/Louisiana, 1909-1988) “Barracks - 1113 Chartres St.” watercolor on paper signed lower right and pencil-titled en verso. Unframed. 11” x 15” $1,000-$1,500

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810 Hayley Lever (American, 1876-1958) “Harbor Scene” oil on masonite signed lower right. Framed. 16” x 22”, framed 21” x 27-1/4” $1,200-$1,800

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811 August Babberger (German, 1885-1936) “Still Life of Flowers” oil on panel signed “August Babberger” lower right. Framed. 24” x 19-3/4”, framed 27” x 23” $3,000-$5,000

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812 Heinrich Danioth (German, 1896-1953) “Mountainous Landscape” pastel on paper signed lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. 14” x 18-3/8”, framed 26” x 31-3/4” $2,000-$4,000

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813 Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Large Garnet Flame “Macchia” Two-Piece Set blown glass large bowl paired with a ruffled rim vase, the exteriors of mottled rose and ochre with thin garnet stripes and garnet lips, the interiors of mottled cerulean fading into white, the ruffled vase engraved “Chihuly/90”. bowl h. 9”, dia. 27” at widest; vase h. 14-1/2”, dia. 18-1/2” at widest $14,000-$18,000

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814 Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Nine-Piece “Persian” Set blown glass marine blue with carmine lip wraps, the bowl with amber center radiating aubergine into dark green at the ribs, engraved in script “Chihuly 94” on one element. large bowl h. 11-1/2”, w. 20-3/4”, d. 15-1/2”, smallest orb 2” x 3” $15,000-$25,000 814 detail

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815 Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) “Ikebana” blown glass the large round Imperial Blue and gold vase holding a lobe-footed Imperial Blue stem with two gold-flecked putti clinging to it and ending in a long, twisting speckled rose and gold leaf. h. 32-3/4”, w. 17-1/2” $7,000-$10,000

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816 Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) “Basket” blown glass lemon yellow with scattered terracotta and blue spots, with black lip wrap, engraved in script “Chihuly 95”. h. 8”, w. 10-3/8” $2,500-$4,000

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817 Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) “Ikebana Venetian”, 1995 acrylic and mixed media on paper signed, dated, inscribed and with a “Gerald Peters Gallery/Dallas” label en verso. Float-mounted, glazed and framed. 60” x 40”, framed 65” x 45” Provenance: Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, Texas; Private collection. $7,000-$10,000

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818 Rick Beck (American, b. 1960) “Fork - Knife - Spoon” cast glass in artist’s distinct “killer blue” shade, with hardware for display. fork h. 34”, knife h. 37”, spoon h. 32”, widest w. 6-1/4” $5,000-$8,000 819 Philip Baldwin (American, b. 1947) Monica Guggisberg (Swiss, b. 1955) “Untitled”, 2001 cold-worked glass incorporating the battuto cutting technique, faceted cobalt with seafoam green exposure, incised initials, studio inscription “nonfoux”, dated and marked “B1129” at bottom. h. 8-1/8”, w. 8”, d. 8” $2,000-$4,000 820 Dante Marioni (American, b. 1964) “Acorn” blown glass in shades of blue. h. 9-3/4”, w. 12-1/2”, d. 10” $2,500-$4,000

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821 Robert Willson (American/Texas, 1912-2000) Robert Harmon (American, d. 2000) Margaret Pace Willson (American, 1919-2006) “Four Cubes” blown glass each signed by one or more of the artists. smallest 2-5/8” x 2-5/8”, largest 4-3/4” x 3-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 822 Calman Shemi (Argentinian, b. 1939)

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“Wings in the Sky”, 2001 mixed media with gold paint signed lower left, signed, dated, titled and inscribed en verso. Unframed. 41” x 78” $1,500-$2,500 823 William Tolliver (American/Mississippi, 1951-2000) “Horses” oil on wood panel signed lower left. Framed. 48-1/2” x 84”, framed 52” x 87-1/2”

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824 Noel Rockmore (American/Louisiana, 1928-1995) “Immigrant Bon Voyage; Immigration Series”, 1992-1993 oil on canvas signed, dated and localized “New Orleans” lower right, and signed, titled, dated and with artist’s label en verso. Framed. 36” x 60”, framed 40” x 64” $2,500-$4,000

825 German Tessarolo (Argentinian, b. 1945) “New Orleans”, 2000 oil on board signed, dated and localized lower left. Framed. 16” x 20”, framed 18-1/2” x 23-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 825

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826 Earl “Mr. Earl” Hebert (American/Louisiana, 1942-2006) “Southern Decadence” oil on canvas signed mid-right. Framed. 24” x 18”, 31-3/4” x 25-3/4” $2,000-$4,000

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827 Earl “Mr. Earl” Hebert (American/Louisiana, 1942-2006) “Southern Decadence, French Quarter”, 1995 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right. Framed. 30” x 40”, framed 38” x 48” $2,500-$4,000 827

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828 Howard Finster (American/Georgia, 1916-2001) “Keep Your Eyes on Open Doors”, 1994 enamel paint on wood panel signed and dated within inscription at bottom, lengthy inscription en verso. 19-1/4” x 17-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 828

829 Phillip Castle (British, 20th Century) “Venice Festival” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 24” x 29”, framed 33” x 38-1/2” $4,000-$7,000

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“Josey”, 1995 oil on clayboard signed lower left. Framed. 7” x 5”, framed 11-5/8” x 9-3/4” Provenance: Acquired from the artist’s gallery, Keane Eyes, San Francisco, California, 1995. Literature: Accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Keane Eyes Gallery, March 28, 1995. $1,000-$1,500 830

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831 George Rodrigue (American/Louisiana, 1944-2013) “My First Teddy” acrylic on canvas signed lower left, titled on stretcher. Framed. 36” x 36”, framed 47-1/4” x 47-1/4” $20,000-$40,000

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“Untitled”, 1991 blown glass basket-form vessel, stripes of bold red and green, yellow and black, incised signature and date at interior edge. h. 9”, w. 15”, d. 8” $5,000-$8,000 "Glass is a wonderful material....Because the glass is alive. Even when it is cool, it is still moving. It is connected with fire, it is connected with water, it is so natural. Glass is my life." —Lino Tagliapietra One of the most accomplished glass artists working today, Lino Tagliapietra was an apprentice (garzonetto) in the Murano glass-blowing studio of Archimede Seguso (19091999) at the age of 11. Initially serving as an assistant to the various artisans, he was slowly introduced to the myriad techniques of glasswork. By the extraordinarily young age of 21, he was honored with the title of maestro. Inspired not only by the rich, centuries old, history of Murano, but also by the contemporary artists that he saw at the Venice Biennales, especially Mark Rothko and Ellsworth Kelly, Tagliapietra began a life-long fascination with the relationship of shape and color. His works, as evidenced by the piece offered here, are explorations of the correlation of color and form, and how the deft join of the two creates a suggestion of movement and vitality. To maintain complete control, and to ensure the highest quality, he creates all of his own colors - one of the few glass artists to do so.

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In 1979, Talgliapietra travelled to the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, Washington, to share with the students the until then carefully guarded Murano glass techniques such as buttato, filigrano and incalmo. It was there that he was exposed to the techniques of caning and carving and where he began his decades long association with the glass artist Dale Chihuly (in 1971, one of the founders of Pilchuck). Tagliepietra now splits his time between Murano and Seattle, with active studios in both cities. At work, the maestro appears to be engaged in an elegant dance with the glass, blowing and twisting the harsh, unforgiving material into the seemingly impossible complex, yet delicate forms for which he is so rightfully acclaimed. His works are conserved in virtually every major museum and collection including; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo National Modern Art Museum, Musee des Arts Decoratifs (both Paris and Lausanne), Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Corning Museum of Art. In 2004, there was a retrospective exhibition that travelled across the United States, and in 2018 a major show was held in Shanghai, China.


833 Jenny Pohlman (American, b. 1960) Sabrina Knowles (American, b. 1955) “Untitled - Three Spears” sculpted and polished glass with metal, beads and West African findings, in yellow, amber and olive brown. h. 62-1/2”, 60” and 63”, respectively, each w. 4” $5,000-$8,000

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834 Flo Perkins (American/New Mexico, b. 1951) “Cactus Flower” blown glass with glass rods from the “Cactus” series, yellow blooms nestled within pale olive spines, all set within a tall vase with a Florentine design in black, orange, yellow, green and white. h. 24-3/4”, w. 11”, d. 11” $4,000-$7,000 835 Paul Schwieder (Canadian, b. 1963) “Orange Drop”, 2005 sandblasted blown glass bright tangerine jagged edged vessel, incised signature and dated along base. h. 20”, base dia. 9” $2,500-$4,000

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836 David Levi (American, b. 1959) “Amphora”, 1997 blown and applied glass red body with black orbs, bright yellow parrots perched atop the black handles, incised signature and dated at bottom. h. 27-1/4”, w. 13”, d. 7” $800-$1,200 837 Ales Vasicek (Czech, b. 1947) “Untitled”, 2004 cast glass orange with fern-like inclusions and central hole, incised signature and dated along upper back edge h. 20”, w. 22-1/2”, d. 4” $2,000-$4,000 838 John Littleton (American, b. 1957) Kate Vogel (American, b. 1956) “Bagged Bag”, 1986 blown glass, translucent amber and lilac, incised signature, dated and numbered “12/210” at bottom. h. 14-1/2”, w. 9-1/4”, d. 10” $2,500-$4,000 836

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839 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Coin du Lestin” gold leaf over red and black clay on board signed lower center. In a thin gallery frame. 48” x 42”, framed 49” x 43” Provenance: Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana. $18,000-$25,000

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840 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Heart” gold leaf on red and black clay on wood panel signed lower center. Framed. 16” x 12”, framed 17” x 13” Provenance: Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,800-$2,500 840

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841 Alexandra Nechita (Romanian/California, b. 1985) “Nudes”, 1996 ink and watercolor signed and dated en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 11-1/2” x 8-1/2”, framed 22-1/2” x 19-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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842 Alexandra Nechita (Romanian/California, b. 1985) “Still Life, Figure with Vase and Lady Bug”, 1997 ink on paper signed and dated lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 18” x 11”, framed 23” x 20” $1,000-$1,500

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843 Alexandra Nechita (Romanian/California, b. 1985) “Untitled Figure”, 2002 blown glass incised signature and date at back. On a black marble base. overall h. 31”, w. 13-1/4”, d. 4-5/8” $4,000-$7,000

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844 Alexandra Nechita (Romanian/California, b. 1985) “Untitled”, 2002 blown glass incised signature, dated and marked “1/3 AP” along bottom edge. On a black marble base. sculpture h. 17-3/4”, overall h. 19”, w. 11”, d. 5-5/8” $3,000-$5,000

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845 Benjamin Moore (American, b. 1952) “Palla”, 1999 blown glass cobalt, incised signature, dated and copyrightmarked at bottom. dia. 10-5/8” $1,800-$2,500 845

846 Benjamin Moore (American, b. 1952) “Palla”, 1999 blown glass selenium red, incised signature, dated and copyright-marked at bottom. dia. 11” $1,800-$2,500

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847 Richard Royal (American, b. 1952) “Untitled”, 1999 blown glass from the “Relationship” series, entwined elements in orange, green and purple, incised signature and dated along edge. h. 32-3/4”, dia. 7-1/2” $1,800-$2,500

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848 Dante Marioni (American, b. 1964) “Gambo Vase”, 1997 blown glass apple green body with dark purple neck, incised signature and dated at bottom. h. 38-1/4”, dia. 8-3/8” $1,500-$2,500 849 Pino Signoretto (Italian/Murano, 1944-2017) Robert Willson (American/Texas, 1912-2000) “Untitled” blown glass incised signatures along one side of base h. 20-1/2”, w. 10-1/4”, d. 5-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 850 Harold E. Carney (American/Louisiana, 1929-1985) “Landscape”, 1962 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right and en verso. Framed. 36-1/2” x 39-1/2”, framed 37-1/2” x 40-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 848

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852 Donald Roller Wilson (American/Arkansas, b. 1938)

“Stand In”, 2016

“Steamin’ Jeans”, 1977

oil on canvas signed lower left, signed, titled and dated en verso. Framed. 40” x 30”, framed 41-1/4” x 31-1/2”

oil on shaped canvas signed and dated “Donald Roller Wilson 1977 Sunday September 25 7:46 p.m.” lower left. 51” x 144”

$5,000-$8,000

Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $7,000-$10,000 “Chronologically arranged narrative progression, with each episode sharing a cockeyed similarity to our own personal episodes experienced during the madness of exercising our lives spent here on earth. If the paintings were to be reunited, brought together and presented one following the other in the sequence in which they were conceived, the effect would be that of a visual novel, a soap opera consisting of snapshots assembled into “chapters””. --Donald Roller Wilson As this statement taken from Wilson’s website clearly demonstrates, seriality and repetition are innate to the ontology of the artist, whose paintings are “snapshot” flashes of madness (or genius) in a much broader verse of being “the party going on inside my [his] head!”. Decades before monkeys abounded in the abyss of kitsch, the mundane, the repetitive every day, was explored at length by Wilson: in this work, steaming dungarees on a wash line; in others, smoking matchsticks, cigarettes, slices of watermelon are captured in striking verisimilitude and recorded with the exact timing of their insignificance - for example, Sunday. September 25. 7:46 PM. As this work illustrates, even in 1977, Wilson was challenging the boundaries of fine art; not only are the line of jeans notated as an event of historic importance, but the composition, medium and shaped support further tests the painted picture plane with the trompe-l’oeil stage curtains tempting viewers to enter the amphitheater of the artist’s mind and experience the acts. 851

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853 Casey Ruble (American, b. 1953) “She is Neither One nor Two” oil on canvas signed lower left. In a thin presentation frame. 56” x 36-1/2”, framed 56-1/2” x 36-3/4” $2,500-$4,000

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854 Jun Kaneko (Japanese/Nebraska, b. 1942) “Untitled”, 2005 glazed ceramic signed and dated at back. 26” x 21” Provenance: Collection of Mark M. Johnson, Montgomery, Alabama. $2,500-$4,000 854

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855 Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985) “Black Watch Series”, 1974 color screenprint signed and dated in pencil lower right, pencil-numbered “72/150” lower right. Glazed and framed. sight 71” x 45”, framed 73-3/4” x 47” $1,500-$2,500 856 Barton Lidice Benes (American, 1942-2012) “Book - Wrapped” mixed media book construction signed lower left. 6-1/2” x 9-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 857 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Heart” gold leaf on blue clay on wood panel signed lower center. Framed. 14” x 12”, framed 14-3/4” x 12-3/4” Provenance: Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana. 855

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858 George Rodrigue (American/Louisiana, 1944-2013) “God Bless America”, 2001 acrylic on canvas signed lower right, signed, dated, localized and titled en verso. Framed. 36” x 36”, framed 38-1/4” x 38-1/4” $75,000-$125,000

"On the night of September 11, 2001, like Americans everywhere, I sat in shock over the events of the day. As I’ve done many times in my life, I turned to my easel and painted for comfort… the next morning I stared with my wife at the painting I’d just finished. As we looked from each other to the canvas, we knew that I’d made a powerful and accurate statement of our feelings… I realized as we spoke that in donating the sales from a print of this painting to the relief effort, others might be comforted as they dealt with their own grief and desire to help. Created in the depths of my personal sadness, the painting reflects the feelings of many, many people… I first thought to paint the dog black, as if in mourning. Instead I painted it without color at all, the blue joy drained by shock and grief… For many years the dog has had yellow, happy eyes. On this day, however, the eyes are red, indicating a heavy heart.” —George Rodrigue September 12, 2001 The work offered here is the original painting created by George Rodrigue over the course of that emotionally turbulent evening, and was the prototype for the popular print edition, which ultimately raised $500,000 for the American Red Cross.

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The "Blue Dog Bug" by George Rodrigue is an exceptional, one-of-a-kind, hand-painted car, which was a special commission through exclusive retailer Neiman Marcus for their InCircle program. According to Jacques Rodrigue, the artist's son, "George Rodrigue rarely lent his artwork for objects and this makes the Blue Dog Bug extremely rare and unique. He and Neiman Marcus partnered on several national promotions during the 1990s and the Blue Dog Bug demonstrates the creativity that the two enjoyed while working together."

859 George Rodrigue (American/Louisiana, 1944-2013) “The Blue Dog Bug” Hand-painted 2001 Volkswagen New Beetle 612 miles 4-1984 2.0L SOHC Engine Manual Transmission Recent service records available on request. h. 60”, w. 68”, l. 161” $60,000-$90,000

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George Rodrigue began his nearly decade-long collaboration with the prestigious retailer in 1996, when he was commissioned to create the cover of their men's catalogue – the single requirement being that the artist incorporate the retailer's butterfly symbol into the image. The resulting painting, "Butterflies are Free" was such a resounding success, that Rodrigue returned in 1998 with "Hawaiian Blues", and in 1999 with "The Millennium”. 1999 was also the year that the artist painted three fiberglass cows as part of the citywide Chicago Cow Parade charity fundraiser. Neiman Marcus established the InCircle program to reward the most loyal shoppers. The InCircle program has 20 tiers with a top tier of five million points. Over the years, the top rewards have included exclusive trips, experiences and cars. In 2000, Neiman's InCircle top tier program included the "Blue Dog Bug". The present owners, intrigued by this work, instantly contacted the retailer in regards to their eligibility; it was the impetus not only for an impressive collection of works by Rodrigue, but also the beginning of a personal relationship with the artist.


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860 Robert Willson (American/Texas, 1912-2000) “Nymph Tablet” etched blue glass plaque depicting nude female figures partially emerged in the sea, surrounded by a bird-filled moonlit sky, incised signature lower right, on an integral square clear glass base. h. 12-1/2”, w. 13”, d. 4” $1,000-$1,500 860

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862 Rick Beck (American, b. 1960)

863 Rick Beck (American, b. 1960)

“Drill Bit - Blue”, 2003

“Drill Bit - Green”, 2004

“Drill Bit - Amber”, 2003

cast glass from the “Tools” series, with a custom cast iron display stand. h. 56”, w. 6”, d. 6-1/2”

cast glass from the “Tools” series, incised signature and dated along edge of bit, with an iron display stand. h. 57-1/8”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 6-1/2”

cast glass from the “Tools” series, incised signature and dated along shaft, with an iron display support. h. 59”, w. 6-1/4”, d. 6-1/8”

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864 Tim Cotterill (British, b. 1950) Group of Six Enameled Bronze Frogs including “Frogman”, 2002, numbered “155/5000”; “Polly Wogg”, 2001, numbered “1285/5000”; “Leaping Frog”, 1992, numbered “364/500”; “Hide and Seek”, 2002, numbered “1017/5000”; “Medium Leaping Frog”, 1992, numbered “181/5000”; and “Peeking Over”, 1994, numbered “272/1000”, all signed, dated, copyright-marked and numbered (most also titled) at bottom. smallest h. 2-1/2”, w. 2-3/4”, d. 3-1/4; largest h. 5”, w. 7”, d. 14” $800-$1,200 865 Susan Gott (American/Florida, Contemporary) “The Couple” pair of cast glass sculptures incised signature, titled and with artist stamp along bottom edge, each on a shaped black marble square base. h. 34-3/4”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 5-1/2” and h. 34-1/4”, w. 6”, d. 5-1/2”, respectively

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$2,000-$4,000 866 Deanna Clayton (American, Contemporary) “Untitled”, 2003 pate de verre glass light turquoise vessel with copper-hued burnout elements, incised signature and dated at bottom. h. 12”, dia. 18-1/2” $2,500-$4,000

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867 Colin Reid (British, b. 1953) “Wedge - Fruits and Vegetables” cast glass multidimensional clear to turquoise form meant to be viewed from various angles. h. 26-1/2”, w. 6-1/2”, d. 9-1/2” $4,000-$7,000

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868 Melissa Bonin (American/Louisiana, Contemporary) “Duperier Bridge Reduction”, 2004 oil on gallery-wrapped canvas signed and dated on proper right side. 36” x 36” $5,000-$8,000 869 William “Bill” Hemmerling (American/Louisiana, 1943-2009) “Sweet Olive” oil on board signed lower right. Unframed. 24” x 21” $4,000-$7,000 870 Jose-Maria Cundin (Spanish/Louisiana, b. 1938) “Tablon Primo De La Autentica Historia De La Nina (Hoy Adulta), Rosita Camargo”, 1966

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871 George Valentine Dureau (American/Louisiana, 1930-2014) “Broken Pediment”, 1995 oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso. Unframed. 60-1/2” x 64” Provenance: Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana. $3,000-$5,000 872 David Bierk (Canadian, 1944-2002) Limited Edition Book, 2002 original oil on copper painting affixed to front cover from an edition of 100, this numbered “61”, dated and signed on title page, published by the Montgomery Museum of Art, Alabama; presented in a custom-made steel box frame. book 10-1/4” x 10-1/4”, overall 11-1/4” x 11-1/4” $1,800-$2,500 873 Allison Stewart (American/Louisiana, b. 1941)

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874 Melissa Bonin (American/Louisiana, Contemporary) “Quadraphonic”, 2019 encaustic monoprint on Japanese paper signed in pencil lower right. Float-mounted and presented in a contemporary gold-leaf frame. 10” x 9-3/4”, framed 20-1/2” x 19-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 875 Robert Willson (American, 1912-2000) Elio Raffaeli (Italian, b. 1936) “Cubed” blown glass with gold leaf, incised signatures at bottom. h. 8-1/4”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 8-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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876 Robert Willson (American/Texas, 1912-2000) “Bubble Dome” blown glass clear glass with intentional bubble inclusions and cobalt/silver and cadmium red/gold amorphous forms, set within a custommade iron support base. glass h. 6”, dia. 11”, base h. 8” $1,000-$1,500

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877 Molly Stone (American, b. 1950) “Amor Semper Vivant” blown glass with Cohn-Stone Studio, California, black and white striped branch with two black birds, separate small clear nest and matte black egg with title, incised signature and dates at end of branch. h. 10-5/8”, w. 15”, d. 8-1/4”

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880 Richard Royal (American, b. 1952) “Untitled”, 1994 blown glass from the “Relationship” series, entwined elements in deep purple, incised signature and dated along edge. h. 31-3/4”, dia. 7-1/2” $1,800-$2,500 881 Steve Tobin (American, b. 1957) “Cocoon” blown glass and wrought iron open-mouthed vessel in marbled shades of red, brown, lilac, blue and green, set within iron armature. overall h. 67-1/2”, dia. 12-1/2” $2,000-$4,000 882 Thomas Buechner (American, 1926-2010) “Heechee Probe”, 1999 blown glass clear spine with striated pink helix, incised signature and dated along bottom edge. h. 18”, w. 7-1/2”, d. 7-1/2”

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883 Robert Arthur Goodnough (American, 1917-2010) “Multicolor I on Pale Gray”, 1974 acrylic and oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso. Framed. 47-1/2” x 59-1/2”, framed 48-1/2” x 61” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $3,000-$5,000

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884 Robert Arthur Goodnough (American, 1917-2010) “Light on Gray-Blue”, 1977 acrylic and oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso, with a “Watson/de Nagy Gallery, Houston, Texas” gallery label. Framed. 48” x 70”, framed 49-1/2” x 71-1/2” $3,000-$5,000 884

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885 Puiforcat Sterling Silver Wine Cooler 1983-1992, Paris, of oval section with flared rim and two graduated, gilt gadrooned bands. h. 6”, l. 7-1/2”, w. 6-3/4”; 36.60 t. oz. $1,200-$1,800 886 Hermes “Attelage” Stainless Steel Flatware Set contemporary, Paris, including eight seven-piece place settings and six serving pieces, no monograms, presented in the original Hermes orange and chestnut boxes and twill pouches. 62 pieces $4,000-$7,000 Provenance: Bruce McCashin Collection. Hermes’ “Attelage” design recalls the company’s origin as luxury saddlers and tack makers, with its handle in the form of a harness buckle hook used in tandem carriage-driving.

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887 Elsa Peretti “Thumbprint” Sterling Silver Tureen ca. 2000, for Tiffany & Co., Italy, with gilt interior. h. 8”, dia. 11-3/4”; 72.13 t. oz. $3,000-$5,000 888 Elsa Peretti “Bone” Sterling Silver Candlestick ca. 2000, for Tiffany & Co., Spain. h. 14-3/4”, dia. 4-1/2”; 29.37 t. oz. $1,000-$1,500 889 Set of Twenty-Four Elsa Peretti “Thumbprint” Sterling Silver Small Plates ca. 2000, for Tiffany & Co., Italy. dia. 7-1/4”; 140.82 total t. oz. $1,800-$2,500 887

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890 Elsa Peretti Sterling Silver “Thumbprint” Pitcher contemporary, for Tiffany & Co., Italy, with gilt interior. h. 8-3/4”, l. 7”, dia. 5”; 48.13 t. oz. $1,500-$2,500 891 Collection of Elsa Peretti Sterling Silver Tableware and Accessories contemporary, for Tiffany & Co., Italy, including: a “Padova” wedding cake knife with steel blade, l. 15-1/4”; “Padova” nutcrackers with steel fittings, l. 6”; two cased sets of six “Padova” cocktail forks, l. 3-7/8”; two cased sets of six “Padova” cocktail picks, l. 3-7/8”; a “Padova” bubble blower, l. 5-3/8”; a “Heart” box, w. 4”; and a “Teardrop” keyring, l. 1-3/4”. 29 pieces (plus four cases and one pouch) 9.90 total t. oz. (weighable silver) $1,000-$1,500

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892 Riley Whiting Federal Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock first quarter 19th century, the base inlaid with roundels and cut-cornered panels, the trunk set with a door with an inlaid oval and inlaid dots, framed on the outer edges with quarter columns and panels of reeding, the painted wooden dial decorated with scrollwork and flowers, with matching spandrels in the corners, signed “R. Whiting, Winchester”, in gilt panels, the hood set with a swan’s-neck pediment and sausage-turned columns. h. 98”, w. 17-3/4”, d. 9-3/4” $1,000-$1,500 893 Extensive Royal Copenhagen Partial Dinner Service 20th century, Danish, with numerous rare pieces, the service comprised of “blue fluted half lace”, “blue fluted full lace” and “mega-blue” pieces, each marked with various dates and decorator marks. $1,500-$2,500 894 American Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock ca. 1800-1810, the hood with a broken swan’s-neck pediment with brass rosettes, reeded columns flanking the door and a banded mid-section door and reeded quarter columns at the corners of the case, the painted face with rotating moon dial, the two-weight movement with time and strike along with a calendar dial. h. 100”, w. 19-1/2”, d. 10” $1,000-$1,500 892

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first quarter 19th century, rococo-molded and trimmed in cobalt blue, decorated with molded putti supporting garlands of flowers, the frames with molded, encrusted flowers, the candle arms decorated to match. h. 18”, w. 10”, d. 6-3/4”

$1,000-$1,500 896 Three-Piece Dresden-Style Clock Set fourth quarter 19th century, German, the set with cobalt trim and decorated with porcelain cupids and encrusted flowers, comprised of a clock, h. 15-1/2”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 4-1/2”, and a pair of candelabra with removable branches, h. 18”, dia. 9-1/4”, marked “Bros. Voight, Sitzendorf”. Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800

Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 898 Pair of Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Candelabra ca. 1939, Danish, the bottle vase-form standards decorated with baby satyrs and grotesque-molded masques, the candle arms separated with pierced panels, fully marked. h. 22”, dia. 11-1/4” $1,200-$1,800

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899 Collection of Four Bronze Argand Lamps second quarter 19th century, made by Henry Hooper, Boston, all with urn-form fuel tanks and lotus finials, including a pair of single-light lamps with molded prism rings labeled “Manufactured by H. N. Hooper & Sons, Boston”, mounted with frosted and cut shades, h. 17-1/2”, w. 10-3/4”, d. 7”, together with a double-light lamp, h. 17”, w. 15-3/4”, d. 6”, and a matching single-light example, h. 17-1/2”, w. 12”, d. 5”, both with matching molded medallions. $1,000-$1,500 900 American Classical Mahogany Tilt-Top Center Table ca. 1825, Philadelphia, school of Quervelle, the top with figured sunburst mahogany veneers, extending to purpleheart lunettes and a rosewood band, raised on a vasiform pedestal with swags and joined to a concave base on paw feet with foliate-carved brackets. h. 29”, dia. 41-1/2”, h. with top lifted 53-1/4” Literature: A drawing of a similar table top from the sketch book of Anthony Quervelle is illustrated on page 107 of Boor, Philadelphia Empire Furniture.

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$1,500-$2,500 901 English Signed Messenger Bronze and Glass Sinumbra Lamp second quarter 19th century, the standard depicting Amphictyonis, Greek goddess of wine, on a base decorated with molded brackets and lotus leaves, set with a frosted and cut shade, the cast iron weight in the base signed “Published as the Act Directs Messenger & Sons, Birmingham, London”. h. 33-1/2”, dia. 11” $1,000-$1,500 The same model is pictured in 19th Century Elegant Lighting, by Gerald T. Gowitt, p. 144.

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902 Seven-Piece Collection of Paris Porcelain ca. 1825, from the Rufus King dessert service, comprised of a pair of bateau-form corbeilles, h. 10-1/2”, w. 13-1/2”, d. 8”, a pair of circular corbeilles, h. 8-1/2”, dia. 8-1/2”, and three shell dishes, w. 8-1/4”, d. 9-1/2”, decorated with hand-painted brown grapevines on a buff-colored ground, attributed to Deroche, based on other examples from the service. $2,000-$4,000 King was a soldier and statesman from Massachusetts. The service was purportedly ordered from Paris for use at the consulate when he went to London in 1825. King died the following year. 903 Cornelius Neoclassical Gasolier second quarter 19th century, Philadelphia, the body decorated with a central putto, set with cornucopia-form arms alternating with rope-twist-molded rod-form chains, set into intertwined serpent-form holders, the canopy with satyr mounts, set with frosted shades. h. 45-1/2”, dia. 29” $1,000-$1,500

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904 Exuberantly Modeled American Classical Mahogany Sofa second quarter 19th century, probably Boston, having a floral-basket crest rail flanked by leaf and scroll carving, joined to scroll arms on dolphincarved supports, a carved apron and cornucopiacarved paw feet, upholstered in striped brocade with matching cylindrical bolsters. h. 40-3/4”, w. 86”, d. 24” $1,500-$2,500 902

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905 Tinted Parian Biscuit Figure of a Seated Coquette third quarter 19th century, English, Copeland, after a work by Owen Hale, modeled as a woman sitting in a bearskin-draped chair, a fan in her hand, her gown and the chair decorated with raised gilt, stamped “Copeland, copyright reserved, Owen Hale”. h. 19-3/4”, w. 18”, d. 8-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 906 American Brass and Glass Banquet Lamp mid-19th century and later, the caryatid-molded standard with a lotus-molded breather, possibly Cornelius, Philadelphia, now fitted with a later 19th-century pierced brass font and a frosted and cut shade. h. 36”, dia. 9” $1,000-$1,500 907 American Late Classical Walnut Tall-Post Bed

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$1,500-$2,500 908 Cornelius Neoclassical Bronze Dore et Patine Gasolier second quarter 19th century, Philadelphia, the patinated body decorated with scrolled mounts, and set with cornucopia-form arms and pierced Cornelius gas keys, the rope-twist chains suspended from intertwined serpent-molded holders, set with frosted and star-cut shades. h. 51”, dia. 24” $1,000-$1,500

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909 Unusual French Gothic Revival Bronze Cartel Clock fourth quarter 19th century, molded as a Gothic cathedral, with a patinated metal figure of a pilgrim on horseback, the lower portion with a banner reading “Ravenna”, the works signed by Vincenti et cie. h. 41”, w. 14”, d. 7” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 910 American Rococo Revival Cast Iron Garden Bench late 19th/early 20th century, in the “Gothic Arch and Rose” pattern. h. 33”, w. 44”, d. 19-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 This pattern has been utilized at the Rose Garden, White House, since the 1890’s.

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911 Handsome French Restauration Gothic Revival Bronze Clock second quarter 19th century, with a carefully molded base decorated with trefoils and grapes, the clock set into a pierced cathedral-form facade, with a troubadour playing a lyre on one side, and a sword, wreath and plume on the other, with a silkstring suspension movement. h. 19-1/2”, w. 9-1/2”, d. 5-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 912 Set of Four American Bronze Gas Sconces

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913 American Gilt-Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, the body with mounts decorated with flowers and leaves, and set with rocaille-molded scrolled arms, the standard set with pierced and scrolled mounts and a wreath of roses, the fluted upper standard with a leaf-molded capital and hanging tendrils of grapes, with frosted and cut shades. h. 40”, dia. 40” $1,200-$1,800 914 Continental Mahogany Pier Mirror in the Rococo Revival Taste in two parts, the mirror with an arched plate in a frame with a pierced fruit-, leaf- and line-carved crest, the molded frame flanked by fluted and foliate-carved columns, on a console base with a marble top and like columns. h. 105-3/4”, w. 37-1/2”, d. 12” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 914

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915 Pair of Exuberantly Modeled American Rococo Revival Rosewood Armchairs third quarter 19th century, probably by Alexander Roux, New York, each having a pierced crest with a pair of carved birds amidst foliate and scroll carving, a medallion-form back joined to open arms, a bowed seat rail with central carving and cabriole legs ending in French toes. h. 45-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $3,000-$5,000 Parlor furniture in this pattern is among the most robustly modeled and carved American rococo revival seating furniture. At least one sofa and an additional pair of armchairs in this pattern have surfaced with a reputed history of ownership in the Randolph family and were formerly in Nottoway Plantation House, designed by Henry Howard in White Castle, Louisiana. 916 Set of Three Opulent English Gas Sconces mid-19th century, in the Elizabethan Revival taste, the scrolled arms decorated with molded masques and set with unusual stippled, leaf-molded shade holders, the oblong backplates decorated with strapwork, escutcheons and flowers, mounted with frosted shades engraved with Greek keys. h. 19”, w. 16”, d. 6-1/2”

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917 Important American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Etagere, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York mid-19th century, the upper section with a central mirror adorned by an elaborate pierced and carved crest with a putto holding a bow and arrow amidst a spray of floral vines and terminating in seahorses at each end, and flanked by shaped graduated shelves on each side, supported by carved dolphin standards, the base with a conforming white marble top above a central drawer and mirrored cabinet door, with open shelves to each side and supported by carved swan legs. h. 102”, w. 62”, d. 20” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $100,000-$150,000

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918 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Dodecagonal Parlor Table, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York the pierced inset Danby marble top over a conforming scalloped apron, each corner mounted with a distinctive carving, on a foliate-carved pedestal with dangling leaves and grape clusters, joined to a base with rose-carved panels and legs modeled as dolphin heads, foliage and scrolls. h. 29-1/2”, w. 45”, d. 30-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,500-$4,000 919 Pair of Johann Gottlob Thieme Porcelain Lamp Standards

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ca. 1888-1901, German, in the rococo taste, the bases with hand-painted and molded putti personifying the four seasons, with dolphins above them, with underglaze blue marks on the bottoms. h. 41”, w. 11”, d. 11” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 920 Rare American Rococo Revival Rosewood Settee, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York of triple chairback form, each section with a finely carved crest depicting fruit, flora and leaves and framed by like carving, joined to open arms with scroll ends, the serpentine apron with similar carving, raised on cabriole legs. h. 46”, w. 68-3/4”, d. 30”

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921 Art Nouveau-Style Leaded Glass and Bronze Floor Lamp 20th century, after Tiffany Studios, decorated with naturalistic scrolls, the base with a reeded edge, the shade with a profusion of flowers and leaves against a blue sky. h. 89-1/4”, dia. 26-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 922 Pair of Exceptional Gilt-Bronze Gasoliers third quarter 19th century, attributed to Cornelius, Philadelphia, on the basis of the gas keys, the rococo revival gasoliers with tapered bodies supporting leaf-molded arms set with foliate shade holders, the tapered standards with rope-twist tops, decorated with carefully detailed scrollwork mounts, set with frosted and cut shades. h. 61”, dia. 36” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $5,000-$8,000

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923 Pair of American Rococo Revival Giltwood Pier Mirrors mid-19th century, the oval surrounds with rope-twist decoration, the pierced scrollwork crests decorated with wire-mounted ferns, roses and morning glories, the scrollwork bases decorated to match. h. 88”, w. 32-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $3,000-$5,000 924 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Slipper Chair, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York third quarter 19th century, in the “Fountain Elms” pattern, the thinly laminated tall back with a leaf- and floral-carved crest over an oval cushion on a pierced frame, the serpentine seat with like carving, raised on cabriole legs. h. 43-3/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 Similar Belter slipper chairs are illustrated on page 108 of American Furniture of the 19th Century, 1840-1880, by R. & E. Dubrow.

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925 American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble Top Center Table mid-19th century, the later marble top of tortoise form, over a conforming inlaid wood top and open-carved frieze depicting flowers, leaves and scrolls, raised on cabriole legs adorned with floral swags, the foliate-carved stretchers joined by a finial with like carving. h. 30-3/4”, w. 50”, d. 35-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $3,000-$5,000

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926 Pair of Elizabethan Revival Gilt-Bronze Candlesticks mid-19th century, English, now mounted as lamps, with hexagonal bases, the standards with pierced scrolls and molded tassels, and decorated with cabochons and Gothic arches, mounted with engraved glass ball shades, electrified. h. 30”, dia. 10-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 927 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Side Chair, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York third quarter 19th century, in the “Tuthill King” pattern, the pierce-carved laminated back with a foliate- and floral-carved crest and oval upholstered panel, serpentine seat with leafand floral-carved seat rail, and cabriole legs, upholstered in gold cut velvet. h. 39-3/4” $2,000-$4,000 928 French Bronze-Mounted Sevres-Style Urn ca. 1900, decorated with a hand-painted panel depicting a group in 18th-century costume in an Arcadian landscape on one side, and a lion-mounted fountain flowing into a garden pool on the other side, the porcelain trimmed with gilt scrollwork, with bronze laurel-molded handles on the sides, a cone-form finial on the top, resting on a molded bronze base, with a spurious “Sevres” mark on the underside of the cover. h. 28”, w. 13-1/2”, d. 8-3/4”

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929 American Rococo Revival Metamorphic Rosewood Lady’s Desk/Game Table third quarter 19th century, New York, in two parts, the upper section with a carved gallery centered by a cabochon over a bank of two pairs of drawers, the base with a fold-out writing surface with a baize panel and drawer below, on cabriole legs. The removable upper section removing to reveal a fold-out top extending to a game table h. 41-1/2”, w. 31-1/4”, d. 18” extended d. 36” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: An apparently identical desk, missing its gallery, is illustrated on page 8 of American Furniture of the 19th Century, 1840-1880 by R. and E. Dubrow. $1,000-$1,500

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930 August Norieri (American/Louisiana, 1860-1898) “Sailing on Lake Pontchartrain” oil on canvas signed lower right. Period frame. 22” x 27”, 29-1/2” x 34-1/2” $1,500-$2,500 Born into a middle class New Orleans Italian-American family, August Norieri’s brother Baptiste worked as a tugboat captain and bar pilot on the Mississippi River. Evidently, the artist became well acquainted with the variety of boats that traversed the waterways of New Orleans through his brother. Norieri studied painting with prominent local artist Andre Molinary, participated in the Creole Exhibit of the American Exposition of 1885 and was a member of the Art Association of New Orleans. The painting depicts a sailboat on a windy day with full sails crossing the rough seas of Lake Pontchartrain. 930

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931 William Henry Buck (Norwegian/Louisiana, 1840-1888) “English Country Dairy Scene” oil on canvas signed “Wm. H. Buck, after E. Williams, Sr.” lower right. Period gilt frame with erroneously titled plaque of “Bayou Teche Dairy Scene”. 29-1/2” x 42-1/2”, framed 37-1/2” x 50-1/2” Provenance: A New Orleans estate. $7,000-$10,000 The accomplished late-19th-century landscape painter William Henry Buck was widely recognized for his views of Bayou Teche country and southern Louisiana. Buck also did a series of paintings that were copies after established English painters, including John Constable and Hugh Collins. In this charming painting, Buck looks to work of the English Williams family of landscape painters, and is mostly likely a copy after his contemporary Edward Charles Williams (1807 - 1881).

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932 John Genin (French/New Orleans, 1830-1895) “Colonel John Lewis Bush (1820-1892)” oil on canvas signed lower left. Period gilt frame. 51-1/2” x 34-1/2”, framed 65-1/4” x 48-1/4” Provenance: Descended in the family of the sitter, New Orleans, Louisiana. $8,000-$12,000

As described by his great granddaughter, “Modest and unobtrusive in manners, kind and genial is disposition, affable and courteous to all, Colonel Bush had many friends and no enemies. Universally popular, always seasoning his conversation with a spice of good humor.” A prominent Louisiana statesman, lawyer, businessman and soldier, Bush was the progenitor of a family actively involved in Mardi Gras krewes of Rex, Comus and Twelfth Night Revelers. A descendant of the Warner Hall Lewis family of Virginia, John Lewis Bush was born in Iberville Parish and moved with his family to Lafourche Parish as a young child. Bush was appointed Clerk of the First District Court of Lafourche in 1846, admitted to the bar in 1854 and became a senior associate of several law firms. As a member of the State Legislature, he argued against Louisiana secession for the Union, but realizing his efforts were futile, signed the act of secession and “assumed the consequences of his action.” During the Civil War, Bush formed a company of Confederate soldiers known as the “Lafourche Creoles, 109 Strong”. He rose to the rank of Colonel, served on General Mouton’s staff, and was appointed president of a military court stationed in Shreveport. After the war, Bush resumed in his legal career with the formation of the firm of Bush & Goode. Bush was actively involved in business endeavors, served as President of the National Cotton Exchange, was instrumental in the founding of the New Orleans Board of Trade, and re-elected to the State Legislature where he became Speaker of the House. As a benefactor, Bush established the Louis Bush Medal in 1882, which is awarded to this day to a student who demonstrates excellence in the French language and culture at the University of Louisiana (today Tulane University).

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Colonel Bush married Celeste Gresham of Lafourche Parish and had two sons, Reuben Gresham Bush and Harry Garland Bush, and two daughters Susan Karr Bush and Josephine Gresham Bush. Josephine and her husband Charles Janvier had eight children, and Charles reigned as Rex in 1896. Their daughters Celeste Janvier reigned as Queen of Comus in 1906 and Lois Janvier reigned as Queen of Rex in 1912. Susan and her husband C. B. Maginnis’ daughter married Arthur Burton LaCour, who wrote the highly regarded book on the history of Mardi Gras entitled New Orleans Masquerade: Chronicles of Carnival and was an active member of Twelfth Night Revelers. At his death in 1892, Colonel Bush’s distinguished portrait by John Genin was draped in black and hung at the New Orleans Board of Trade. In the portrait, Bush’s hand rests on the book Rules of the House, alluding to his position as Speaker of the House. The artist John Genin was born in France and studied with the academic portraitist Leon Bonnat in Paris. Settling in New Orleans, Genin became an active participant of the local art community, a member of the Southern Art Union and one of the most successful portrait painters of the late 19th century in New Orleans. Throughout his career Genin made return trips to his native France, and consequently his work continued to show the influences of French academic painting.

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934 American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Dressing Bureau third quarter 19th century, New York, the arched mirror with an elaborate carved crest with a central cartouche flanked by putti and foliate sprays, the mirror frame with laminated semi-circular candle shelves and pierced aprons and birds below, retaining its original white marble above three graduated long drawers and carved lions down the front corners of the case. h. 94”, w. 52”, d. 25” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $5,000-$8,000

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933 American Rococo Revival Bronze and Glass “Flying Cupid” Gasolier mid-19th century, the body decorated with cornucopias of fruit and bunches of grapes, with like decoration on the arms, the standard decorated with patinated flying putti, beneath molded palm leaves. h. 63-1/2”, dia. 28-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $2,000-$4,000 The gasolier shares putti, palm leaves and other elements with a pair of sconces and gasolier in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and are illustrated in “19th century America Furniture and Decorative Arts”, numbers 134 and 135.

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935 Rare American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Bedstead, Bearing the Patent Stamp of J. H. Belter, New York mid-19th century, in two-part form with a serpentine headboard, footboard and sides, the central crest with large flowers above a plaque-form cartouche and flanked by large scrolls, the inside tops of each leg and the side rails bearing the stamp “J. H. BELTER, PATENT AUG. 19, 1856”. h. 58”, inside w. 54”, l. 76”, outside w. 63”, l. 84” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $10,000-$15,000 936 American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Dresser third quarter 19th century, possibly by Springmeyer Bros., late J. H. Belter, the central arched mirror flanked by open shelves to each side and small drawers below, the base with a conforming white marble top above four graduated long drawers. h. 85”, w. 52”, d. 25” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 A similar dresser bearing the stenciled label of Springmeyer Bros. sold in these rooms October, 2013, lot 1230.

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937 Rococo Revival Giltwood Overmantel Mirror mid-19th century, the bold ogee surround with an arched top, the pierced crest decorated with carved scrolling acanthus leaves and an anthemion finial, the sides and bottom with carved scrollwork and flowerheads. h. 70”, w. 50-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500-$2,500 938 Petite American Rococo Revival Rosewood Work Table third quarter 19th century, New York, the marquetry-inlaid oval top opening to reveal a storage well, the scalloped apron with floral, scroll and leaf carving, raised on cabriole legs of joined C-scroll form with foliate carving extending from the knees, the stretchers centered by a finial. h. 28-1/2”, w. 26”, d. 19” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 939 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Cylinder Secretary, Attributed to Thomas Brooks, Brooklyn, New York

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third quarter 19th century, with an associated etagere-form gallery, consisting of a pair of graduated serpentine shelves on foliate-carved brackets and with a floral-carved crest over a pair of doors with shaped mirrored panels, the cylinder roll opening to reveal a pull-out writing surface and interior inlaid with drawers and niches, over a pair of drawers, raised on floral- and foliate-carved cabriole legs. h. 83-1/4”, w. 38”, d. 23-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,500-$4,000

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943 Pair of Renaissance Revival Brass Gas Sconces fourth quarter 19th century, English or American, the scrolled arms molded with carefully detailed dragons, the tops with applied leaves on pierced circular backplates decorated with scrollwork and leaves, with later shade holders set with ruffled shades etched with flowers. h. 15”, w. 6-1/2”, d. 14”

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$1,000-$1,500 944 Pair of Paris Porcelain Bronze and Glass Moderator Lamps third quarter 19th century, in the Neo-Grec style, the bases with a green ground, painted with classical profiles framed with arabesque scrollwork, the bronze fittings molded with anthemia and honeysuckle, set with frosted glass globes and glass chimneys, electrified. h. 29-1/2”, dia. 6-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 942

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947 Handsome Neo-Grec Bronze Dore et Patine Gasolier third quarter 19th century, American or English, the double gas arms molded with Grecian waves, the vasiform standard with dragon-headed monopodia beneath gilt anthemia, the upper reeded portion set with panther heads with rings, supporting gilt finials on swagged chains, set with frosted shades cut with Greek keys. h. 36”, dia. 38” $1,000-$1,500 948 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Center Table third quarter 19th century, the tortoise-form marble top over a conforming frieze with floral and foliate carving, on cabriole legs with floral carving, the stretcher with a floral-carved finial. h. 29”, w. 44-1/2”, d. 29” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $2,000-$4,000

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949 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Sofa, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York third quarter 19th century, in the “Henry Clay” pattern, the shaped back with three rose-, fruit- and leaf-carved crests extending to molded closed arms, the serpentine front seat rail with like carving, raised on cabriole legs, now upholstered in tufted brocade. h. 42”, w. 78”, d. 36” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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950 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Settee, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York third quarter 19th century, in the “Henry Clay” pattern, having a serpentine back with a trio of fruit-, leaf- and floral-carved crests, closed molded arms, serpentine seat rail with like carving and cabriole legs, now upholstered in tufted floral brocade. h. 41-1/4”, w. 53-3/4”, d. 31” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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951 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Recamier mid-19th century, attributed to John Henry Belter, in the “Henry Clay” pattern, with a high wrap back with a fruit-, floral- and leaf-carved crest extending to a closed arm, with serpentine seat and cabriole legs, now upholstered in tufted brocade. h. 38-3/8”, w. 39-1/4”, d. 22” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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952 Austrian Majolica Jardiniere and Matching Pedestal first quarter 20th century, the pierced vasiform jardiniere decorated with winged caryatid handles and panels of infant Psyches, the column-form pedestal decorated with a matching panel and swirling strands of flowers, marked “Made in Austria” on the bottom. h. 59”, w. 22”, d. 22” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 953 Pair of American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Armchairs in the “Henry Clay” Pattern

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956 Bohemian Brass-Mounted Piano Lamp fourth quarter 19th century, now mounted as a floor lamp, the baluster-turned standard decorated with molded flowers on a cream ground, on a pierced brass base raised on scroll feet, mounted with pierced scrollwork, set with two lights and mounted with a shade. h. 69”, dia. 14” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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957 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Armchair in the “Henry Clay” Pattern, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York third quarter 19th century, the rose-, leaf- and fruit-carved crest over an upholstered panel of corseted form, with open arms, serpentine seat and cabriole legs, the front seat rail in like carving, now upholstered in tufted brocade. h. 42-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500

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958 Pair of American Rococo Revival Rosewood Stools third quarter 19th century, each with a serpentine seat over a conforming foliate-carved apron, raised on cabriole legs. h. 15”, w. 18-1/2”, d. 18-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500 A similar stool, attributed to the New York shop of J. H. Belter, is illustrated in The Furniture of John Henry Belter and the Rococo Revival, by Schwartz, Stanek and True, p. 67, #45. 959 American Rococo Revival Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, the conical body decorated with mounts of flowers and set with scrolled gas arms, passing through masque mounts and decorated with pierced flowers and scrollwork, alternating with molded artichoke leaves, the upper portion with mounts of strapwork, with lobed and scalloped shades etched with intertwined vines. h. 56”, dia. 36” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $2,000-$4,000 959

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960 Samuel M. Shaver (American/Tennessee, 1816-1878) “Portrait of Joseph Hardin Walker (1821-1866)”, ca. 1859 oil on canvas unsigned, a handwritten inscription identifying sitter en verso of stretcher. Framed. 40” x 30”, framed 47” x 37” Literature: Caldwell, Jr., Benjamin H., Robert Hicks and Mark W. Scala, Art of Tennessee, Nashville: First Center of the Visual Arts, exhibition catalogue, 2003. $4,000-$7,000 The eldest child of Elizabeth Gallagher and Reuben Walker, Jr., Joseph Hardin Walker was born in Hardin Valley, Knox County, Tennessee on December 4, 1821. Walker studied at East Tennessee University, served as a trustee of the Deaf and Dumb School for many years, and appointed trustee of East Tennessee University in 1854. A successful merchant, he was the proprietor of Walker, O’Keefe & Co., “wholesale and retail dealers of dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc.” in Knox County. On his birthday in 1849, Walker married Dora Pearson Moses (1826-1910), the daughter of Mary Pearson and John Moses of Exeter, New Hampshire. Joseph Hardin and Dora Pearson Walker had three sons and one daughter, Edward Walton Walker (1850-1887), Mary E. (Lillian) Walker (1854-1938), Everett Maxwell Walker (1858-1859) and Frank Hardin Walker (1861-1905). The Civil War divided the Walker family. “When the city was besieged by the northern army”, Dora took her three surviving children and returned north to Exeter, New Hampshire, while her husband’s Confederate sympathies kept him in Tennessee. Joseph Hardin Walker died in New York City shortly after the end of the Civil War. For more than twenty years, Samuel M. Shaver was among the leading portraitists working in antebellum Tennessee. Shaver was the son of David and Catherine Barringer Shaver of Sullivan County, Tennessee. In 1845, he married Mary Hannah Elizabeth Powell (1825-1856) in Robertsville, Tennessee and the couple had two children. Prior to the Civil War, Shaver earned portrait commissions throughout Eastern Tennessee and taught at the Odd Fellows’ Female Institute in Rogersville, Tennessee in 1851. When the Civil War broke out, as a supporter of the Confederacy, Shaver moved to Knoxville where he helped to found the East Tennessee Art Association and was commissioned to paint portraits of fifteen prominent Confederate leaders.

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961 Samuel M. Shaver (American/Tennessee, 1816-1878) “Portrait of Edward Walton Walker (1850-1887)”, ca. 1859 oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 40” x 30”, framed 47” x 37” $4,000-$7,000 Literature: Caldwell, Jr., Benjamin H., Robert Hicks and Mark W. Scala, Art of Tennessee, Nashville: First Center of the Visual Arts, exhibition catalogue, 2003. Edward Walton Walker (1850-1887) was the oldest child of Dora Pearson Moses and Joseph Hardin Walker of Knox County, Tennessee. An avid sportsman, Edward is seated with his rifle across his lap and recent catch at this feet, set in the Eastern Tennessee landscape of his childhood. He became a realtor in Birmingham, Alabama and did not marry. Little is known about the art training of the Tennessee portraitist Samuel M. Shaver. A talented artist, Shaver’s distinctive style of portraiture and appreciation of landscape of his native Tennessee were revealed in this handsome portrait of Edward. 962 Samuel M. Shaver (American/Tennessee, 1816-1878) “Portrait of Everett Maxwell Walker (1858-1859) and Mary E. (Lillian) Walker (1854-1938)”, ca. 1859 oil on canvas unsigned, handwritten inscription identifying sitters en verso of stretcher. Framed. 40” x 30”, framed 47” x 37” Literature: Caldwell, Jr., Benjamin H., Robert Hicks and Mark W. Scala, Art of Tennessee, Nashville: First Center of the Visual Arts, exhibition catalogue, 2003. $5,000-$8,000 Everett Maxwell (1858-1859) and Mary E. (Lillian) Walker (1854-1894) were children of Dora Pearson Moses and Joseph Hardin Walker of Knox County, Tennessee. Mary E. (Lillian) married Rufus Phillips Williams (1851-1911) in 1894 and eventually moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts where her mother, Dora, had settled. Everett tragically passed away of pneumonia shortly after the group portrait of him and his sister was painted. The Tennessee portrait artist Samuel M. Shaver favored the playful device of the child with one bare foot. In this portrait, Everett has taken off his sock and shoe for the duration of having his portrait painted. The children are seated outdoors amidst the Eastern Tennessee landscape.


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963 American Rococo Revival Cabinet-Base Etagere third quarter 19th century, attributed to J. H. Belter, New York, the upper section with a floral- and shell-carved crest over an arched mirror plate in a molded frame, flanked by serpentine shelves on carved columns and brackets, backed by a mirror plate, the base with a serpentine marble top over a frieze drawer and door with glazed panels, the door opening to reveal a fitted interior, flanked by shelves backed with mirrors. h. 99-3/4”, w. 52”, d. 18” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. 964

$3,000-$5,000 964 Large Gilt-Bronze Gas Sconce mid-19th century, probably Philadelphia, the vasiform center finial mounted with grape leaves, the scrolled vine-molded arms decorated with stippled grape leaves and bunches of grapes, set with ruffled and etched shades. h. 16-1/4”, w. 38”, d. 9” $1,200-$1,800 965 Large American Rococo Revival Giltwood Mirror third quarter 19th century, the pierced crest decorated with bold grapes and leaves, the top of the surround molded with vines and bunches of grapes, the outside edge with molded flowers and leaves. h. 87”, w. 36” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500-$2,500

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967 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Etagere, Attributed to J. H. Belter, New York the pierced fruit- and foliate-carved crest on a back with a central arched mirror plate flanked by four graduated shelves on carved supports and backed by mirrors, on a low serpentine marble-top base. h. 77”, w. 56”, d. 14-1/4” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $5,000-$8,000

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968 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Console Table third quarter 19th century, commonly attributed to J.& J. W. Meeks, New York, the serpentine wooden top over a conforming pierced and carved apron with floral and leaf carving, raised on cabriole legs with like carving at the knees, the back with a central mirror plate flanked by mirrors, fronted by a serpentine shelf with a carved and pierced apron. h. 33-1/2”, w. 58-1/4”, d. 20” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 Consoles and etageres of the present group have traditionally been attributed to J. & J. W. Meeks of New York. A handful, including one sold at this gallery, have surfaced with the stenciled label of their nearby competitor, Thomas Brooks of Brooklyn, New York.

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969 Pair of Bohemian Enameled Glass and Brass Candle Lamps ca. 1900, each with an enameled pink blown glass standard raised on a paw-footed brass base, and set with five brass arms fitted with pink hurricane-form shades and a central socket set with a frosted tulip-form shade, now electrified. h. 30”, dia. 14” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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mid-19th century, the scrolled backplates decorated with standing putti and flowers, the grapevine-molded arms decorated with grapes and grape leaves and set with leafmolded burner supports, electrified. h. 14”, w. 21”, d. 16-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 971 American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Center Table third quarter 19th century, the tortoise-form marble top over a conforming paneled serpentine apron with robust fruit and scroll carving, the legs of double C-scroll form with fruit and leaf carving and a central turned and carved pedestal, on fruitcarved scroll legs. h. 29”, w. 43-1/2”, d. 33” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000 971

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972 American Gilt-Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, the vasiform body mounted with satyr masques, the tapered standard mounted with lion’s heads and nailheads, the elaborate pierced arms decorated with grapes, acanthus leaves and standing figures of the hounds of hell and the leaf-molded finial set below the lion’s heads, set with frosted shades. h. 32”, dia. 38” $1,200-$1,800 973 American Rococo Revival Rosewood and Marble Top Dressing Bureau third quarter 19th century, New York, in two parts, the arched mirror set in a frame with a cabochon-carved cartouche flanked by pierced leaf carving, the demi-lune candlestands with thinly laminated galleries of fleur-de-lis form, with bowed paneled glove boxes below, the base with a period pure white marble top with a molded edge and ovolo corners, over a case with three drawers and a slipper drawer below. h. 84-1/2”, w. 47”, d. 22-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $2,000-$4,000

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974 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Bed third quarter 19th century, the headboard with an arched top rail with a pierced floral-, scroll-, fruit- and leaf-carved crest and a panel below, joined by shaped rails to a wrap footboard, its shaped panel mounted with like carving. h. 73”, inside w. 56”, l. 77”, outside w. 64”, l. 81” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,500-$2,500

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975 A. C. Richards, Cincinnati, Rococo Revival Walnut and Marble-Top Commode third quarter 19th century, the upper drawer retaining the stencil “A. C. Richards Maker Number 12 East 11th Street Cincinnati O”, the marble top over a conforming case with a bow front and bank of three carved drawers, flanked by rounded corners, each with a panel with a deeply carved cartouche. h. 28-3/4”, w. 40-1/2”, d. 22” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,000-$1,500 976 American Gilt-Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, Philadelphia, probably Archer and Warner, the body with rocaille-molded and pierced mounts, and set with arms decorated with banana leaf-molded piercing, the standard with leaf-molded mounts and a spiral-reeded rod, set with scalloped shades etched with tassels and flowers. h. 30”, dia. 28”

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$1,000-$1,500 977 New Orleans Market Mahogany Armoire, Attributed to the Warerooms of Prudent Mallard third quarter 19th century, the beaded, molded cornice over a single mirrored door framed by cyma moldings, the corners with spiral-reeded pilasters, the interior with four shelves, one supporting a medial drawer, on a base with a cyma-molded drawer, raised on characteristic bracket feet with scroll moldings. h. 102”, w. 52-3/4”, d. 23-1/4” $1,000-$1,500

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978 French Gilded Age Walnut Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, carefully carved with a flat surround decorated with flowers and birds, the pierced crest having a serpent wrapped with a bowknot, attacking a bird, framed with a pierced bower of flowers and birds. h. 49-1/2”, w. 33” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa. $1,200-$1,800 979 American Rococo Revival Walnut and Marble-Top Center Table third quarter 19th century, probably Philadelphia or Baltimore, the insert tortoise-form breccia marble top in a guillochecarved frame over a conforming apron, elaborately mounted with floral, leaf, shell and scroll carving, raised on cabriole legs with shell, leaf and swag carving, joined by serpentine stretchers centered by a carved finial. h. 28-1/2”, w. 50”, d. 33-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Donald J. Hurst, Waterloo, Iowa.

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$2,500-$4,000 980 Suite of Four Laminated Rosewood Rococo Side Chairs, Attributed to J. H. Belter, in the “Ribbon Pattern” third quarter 19th century, each with a thinly laminated concave back, serpentine seat and cabriole legs, now upholstered in gold and cream striped floral brocade. h. 36-1/2” $1,000-$1,500

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984 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Etagere-Top Cabinet third quarter 19th century, the upper section with a pair of graduated shelves on fretwork brackets and with a like crest, the shelves backed by a looking glass with fretwork tracery, on a base with a Portoro marble top over a pair of doors with oval mirror plates, scalloped apron and bracket feet. h. 65”, w. 36-1/2”, d. 18” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000-$1,500 985 Unusual Cornelius Gilt-Bronze Gasolier mid-19th century, Philadelphia, the standard with graduated tiers of leaves supporting arms with applied anthemion leaves, set with Cornelius gas keys, the lower portion with pierced anthemion leaves, set with ruffled shades etched with swags of flowers. h. 41-1/2”, dia. 37” $1,200-$1,800

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986 Napoleon III Rosewood Center Table third quarter 19th century, in the rococo revival taste, the tortoise-form top over a conforming frieze, each side fitted with a drawer, raised on cabriole legs joined by serpentine stretchers joined by a carved finial. h. 28-3/4”, w. 50-1/2”, d. 35-1/2” Provenance: The Estate of Frank Fasullo, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000-$1,500

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989 Reed & Barton “Georgian” Sterling Silver Tea Set 1935-1937, Taunton, Massachusetts, including a coffeepot, h. 11-1/2”, dia. 4-3/4”, a teapot, h. 9”, dia. 4-3/4”, a cream jug, h. 4-3/4”, dia. 3-1/4”, a covered sugar bowl, h. 6”, dia. 4-1/4”, and a waste bowl, h. 3-1/2”, dia. 4-1/4”, presented on an associated Reed & Barton silverplate tray, 30-1/4” x 19-1/4”, each piece monogrammed “LHL”; the hollowware additionally inscribed “Loving” and with presentation date “June 5 ‘37” on the underside. 110.79 total t. oz. $2,000-$4,000 990 Set of Twelve of Reed & Barton “Princess” Sterling Silver Service Plates

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992 Reed & Barton “Francis I” Sterling Silver Flatware Set with Chest the pattern designed in 1907 by Ernest Meyers, Taunton, Massachusetts, including a dozen nine-piece dinner place settings, with an additional thirty-nine place pieces and fifteen serving pieces, most monogrammed “M”, presented in a Pacific cloth-lined mahogany chest-on-stand, the chest with lift-top and fall front revealing lift-out tray and three drawers, the stand with single drawer and raised on four tapering legs, 40” x 12-1/2” x 16”. 162 pieces (plus chest) 193.49 total t. oz. (weighable silver) Detailed list of pieces available on request. $3,500-$5,000

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993 Gorham Sterling Silver-Mounted Engraved Glass Bride’s Basket first quarter 20th century, Providence, Rhode Island, the glass attributed to Hawkes, Corning, New York, the conical glass body wheel-engraved with sunflowers and foliate sprays with oculus banding, and mounted in a wide, shaped reticulated silver collar with reed-and-ribbon edging, with strap handle en suite and raised on an ogee-domed foot. h. 17”, dia. 9-1/2” $1,000-$1,500 994 Old Newburyport Crafters “Moulton” Sterling Silver Flatware Set the pattern introduced in 1915, Newburyport, Massachusetts, including a dozen six-piece place settings (three pieces lacking) with an additional seventeen place pieces and eight serving pieces, monogrammed “MBD”, presented in a red baizelined, fitted, wooden case with lift-top and single drawer, 3-3/4” x 18-1/4” x 13”. 94 pieces (plus case) 99.24 total t. oz. (weighable silver) Detailed list of pieces available on request.

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995 Six-Piece American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Set first quarter 20th century, by the William B. Durgin Co., Concord, New Hampshire, in the Colonial Revival taste, including a coffeepot, h. 6”, l. 8”, a teapot, h. 4-1/2”, l. 8”, a hot milk jug, h. 4-1/4”, l. 5-3/4”, a cream jug, h. 3-3/4”, l. 4-3/4”, and a covered sugar bowl, h. 3-1/4”, w. 6”, with bowl- or ovoid-shaped body with milled ovolo band, waisted collar, squared handle and turned button finials; together with a kidney-shaped mahogany tray with parquetry patera and silverplate gallery, 20-3/4” x 12”. 42.56 total t. oz. $1,500-$2,500 996 Vintage Mixed Metal “Eighteen Pounder” Cocktail Shaker first quarter 20th century, Gorham Corp., Providence, Rhode Island, with brass “combination fuze” cap, chromed “shell” body and copper band, inscribed “Dr. and Mrs. Currie / from / Col. and Mrs. Toffey Jr.”. h. 11-7/8”, dia. 3-1/4” $1,000-$1,500 This popular model of cocktail shaker is an exact replica of a WWI-era “eighteen pounder” shrapnel shell. One of the largest shakers produced during the Jazz Age, the original included a copper “casing” base, lacking in this lot, which housed a rack of cordial glasses. See Simon Khachadourian The Cocktail Shaker: The Tanqueray Guide (London: Philip Wilson Publishers, 2000), p. 22 for an illustration of the full model.

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997 Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Water Goblets mid-20th century, of inverted bell form with pedestal foot. h. 6-3/4”, dia. 3-3/8”; 41.45 total t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,400-$1,800 998 Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Water Goblets mid-20th century, Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, Connecticut, of inverted bell form with ogee-domed pedestal foot. h. 6-5/8”, dia. 3-3/8”; 38.26 total t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,000-$1,500 999 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Tray

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the pattern introduced in 1934, New York, New York, this example fourth quarter 20th century, of rounded rectangular form, with gadrooned rim and shell-andscroll corners, with acanthus-crested stirrup handles. 26-1/2” x 16-3/4”; 126.35 t. oz. $3,000-$5,000

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1000 Impressive Tiffany & Co. “English King” Sterling Silver Flatware Set the pattern designed in 1885 by Charles Grosjean (18411888), New York, New York, including a dozen twenty-onepiece place settings and two salt spoons, no monograms (except for the gumbo spoons monogrammed “HDD”, presented with twenty-two of the original Tiffany felt rolls and a fitted, Pacific cloth-lined case with lift-top and single drawer, 6” x 14-3/4” x 11-1/4”. 254 pieces (plus case and 22 rolls) 335.46 total t. oz. (weighable silver)

1001 Five Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Photograph Frames contemporary, New York, New York, rectangular, glazed and with easel back, including: a set of four with plain, narrow frame, 14” x 11” (sight 12-1/2” x 9-1/2”); and a commemorative frame embossed and engraved with bells, doves and rose garlands, 9-1/4” x 7-1/4” (sight 6-1/4” x 4-1/2”). $1,800-$2,500

Detailed list of pieces available on request. $5,000-$8,000

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1002 Three American Sterling Silver Photograph Frames first quarter 20th century, all rectangular with easel back, including: one by the William B. Kerr Co., Newark, New Jersey, with hammered finish, 8-3/4” x 6-5/8” (sight 7-1/2” x 5-1/4”); another by the William B. Kerr Co., Newark, New Jersey, engraved with laurel banding, swags and cartouche, with rococo scroll corners, monogrammed “H.H.C.” 13-1/2” x 10-1/4” (sight 10-3/8” x 8-1/8”); and one unmarked, with machine-engraved vertical “ribbons”, 11-3/8” x 8-1/2” (sight 9-3/8” x 6-5/8”). $1,000-$1,500 1003 Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Julep Cups

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mid-20th century, by International Silver, Meriden, Connecticut, of traditional tapering cylindrical form with reeded rim and base. h. 4”, dia. 3”; 31.23 total t. oz. Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $1,200-$1,800

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1004 Alvin “Chateau Rose” Sterling Silver Flatware Set the pattern introduced in 1940, Providence, Rhode Island, including eight eleven-piece place settings (one piece lacking) with an additional four place pieces and ten serving pieces, no monograms, presented in a fitted, Pacific cloth-lined wooden case with lift-top and single drawer, 7-1/2” x 18-1/2” x 12-1/2”. 101 pieces (plus case) 85.69 total t. oz. (weighable silver) Detailed list of pieces available on request. $1,800-$2,500 1004 1004 detail

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1005 Antique Persian Tabriz Carpet 9’ 2” x 12’ 2” $3,000-$5,000 1006 Antique Malayer Runner 3’ 9” x 12’ 6” $2,500-$4,000 1007 Serapi Carpet 9’ 7” x 15’ $10,000-$15,000

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1007A Antique Kashan Carpet 14' x 24' Provenance: Rose M. Dvorak, Chicago, Illinois, thence by descent. $12,000-$18,000

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1008 Semi-Antique Kazak Carpet 12’ 9” x 16’ 11” $2,000-$4,000

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1009 Antique Sultanabad Carpet 9’ 6” x 11’ $9,000-$12,000

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1010 Semi-Antique Turkish Carpet 11’ 2” x 14’ 4” Provenance: Private collection, Nashville, Tennessee. $6,000-$9,000

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1011 Antique Turkish Kula Prayer Carpet 4’ 2” x 6’ 3” $1,000-$1,500 1012 Turkish Silk and Wool Prayer Carpet 4’ x 6’ 5” $1,800-$2,500 1013 Quam Silk Carpet 6’ 6” x 9’ 10” $6,000-$9,000

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1014 Antique Tabriz Carpet 4’ x 7’ $3,000-$5,000 1015 Heriz Carpet 11’ x 15’ 5” $2,500-$4,000 1016 Antique Tabriz Carpet 11’ 7” x 14’ 7” $5,000-$8,000

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Conditions of Sale: ALL SALES ARE “AS IS, WHERE IS” WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. PLEASE SEE SECTION 2(a) BELOW IN WHICH ANY AND ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY AGAINST REDHIBITORY DEFECTS) ARE WAIVED.

1. Introduction (a). These Conditions of Sale (“Conditions of Sale”) contain all the terms governing Auctions (defined below) conducted by Cakebread Art Antiques Collectables, Inc. d/b/a New Orleans Auction Galleries (“NOAG”), and all the terms under which NOAG and the Seller (defined below) of a Lot (defined below) contract with the Buyer (defined below). These Conditions of Sale may be amended by posted notices or oral announcements made during the Auction. (b). Under these Conditions of Sale, the following capitalized terms are defined as follows: • An “Auction” is a public auction conducted by NOAG, at which Bidders may place Bids to purchase one or more Lots offered for sale by NOAG. An Auction takes place over one or more days and includes separate auctions of one or more Lots within an event conducted by NOAG; • The “Auctioneer” is the auctioneer calling the Auction conducted by NOAG; A “Bid” is a bid made by a party at the Auction to purchase a Lot; • A “Bidder” is (i) a person making a Bid at the Auction (whether in person, through an absentee bid, through electronic or internet means, or through telephone bidding); and/or (ii) a person who attends the Auction and registers to make a Bid (whether in person, through an absentee bid, through electronic or internet means, or through telephone bidding); • A “Buyer” is the party that commits to purchase a Lot by submitting the Winning Bid at Auction; • “Buyer’s Premium” is defined in Section 4 below; • “Catalogue” is the Auction catalogue utilized by NOAG to list the Lots offered at Auction; • The “Estimates” are the high and low estimates of value for each Lot set forth in the Catalogue presented by NOAG in connection with the Auction or otherwise set forth and/or announced at the Auction; • The “Hammer Price” for a Lot is the amount of the Winning Bid at the Auction, as announced by the Auctioneer, exclusive of commissions, Buyer’s Premium, expenses, and any taxes or other charges; • A “Lot” is specific item of property offered for sale at Auction; The “Reserve” is defined in Section 3 below; • The “Purchase Price” is defined in Section 4 below; A “Sale” of a Lot occurs when a Winning Bid is declared at Auction for the Lot; • The “Seller” of a Lot is the party who consigned the Lot with NOAG for purposes of selling the Lot, or is otherwise the seller of the Lot; • The “Winning Bid” is, as to a particular Lot, the Bid recognized by the Auctioneer as the highest and best Bid for that Lot.

(c). Except as otherwise stated, NOAG acts as consignment agent for the Seller. The contract for the sale of the Lot is therefore made between the Seller and the Buyer. (d). By bidding at the Auction as a Bidder or Buyer, and/or by your signature below, you agree to be bound by these terms.

2. Before the Auction (a). ALL SALES ARE “AS IS, WHERE IS” WITH NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. (i) NEITHER NOAG NOR THE SELLER PROVIDES ANY GUARANTEE OR WARRANTY AS TO THE NATURE, DESCRIPTION, GENUINENESS, PROVENANCE, IMPORTANCE, OR CONDITION OF THE LOT. All Sales and Auctions are without any representation or warranty of any kind by NOAG or the Seller. Bidders and Buyers are responsible for satisfying themselves concerning the condition of the Lots and the matters referred to in the catalogue entry, the Condition Report, or in any other statement or writing provided. All Sales are final and are “AS IS WHERE IS.” (ii) No warranty of redhibition. ANY WARANTY AGAINST REDHIBITORY DEFECTS IS WAIVED AND EXCLUDED. NOAG and Seller provide absolutely no warranty against redhibitory defects, including without limitation: (x) any defects rendering a Lot useless or its use inconvenient; and (y) any defects diminishing the usefulness of a Lot; and any such warranties are waived and excluded. In addition, NOAG and Seller provide no warranties, guarantees, or representations as to whether a Lot is fit for its ordinary use, fit for Buyer’s intended use or for Buyer’s particular purpose. (iii) No warranty against eviction. ANY WARRANTY AGAINST EVICTION IS WAIVED AND EXCLUDED. In the event that Buyer is evicted from possession of whole or part of the Lot, neither NOAG nor Seller have any duty whatsoever to return any part of the Purchase Price to Buyer. Buyer is buying at Buyer’s sole risk and peril as to third parties who may claim rights in the Lot after the Sale. (iv) No warranty as to authorship. NOAG does not make any express or implied warranty as to authorship of works of art and fine art. No statement in the Catalogue or elsewhere, orally or in writing, shall be construed as an express or implied warranty, representation or limitation of liability as to authorship. Any such warranty is WAIVED. (v) No warranty of peaceful possession, etc. The following warranties are waived and excluded: the absence of hidden defects, peaceful possession, and ownership. NOAG and Seller provide absolutely no warranty that the Lot is free from hidden defects, or for peaceful possession, or for ownership. (vi) No other warranties. None of the Seller, NOAG, or any of NOAG’s 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, authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibition history, literature or historical relevance. Except as required by local law, any express or implied warranty of any kind whatsoever is excluded by this Section 2(a). (b). Examination of property / Condition Reports. Prospective Buyers and Bidders are strongly advised to examine personally any property in which they are interested, before the Auction takes place. As a convenience, Bidders may request that NOAG produce a Condition Report (“Condition Report”) for a Lot, which, if produced, will provide additional detail concerning the condition of the Lot as observed by NOAG’s staff. NOAG reserves the right to decline to produce a Condition Report for any specific Lot, for any reason and in NOAG’s sole discretion. Rev. 01/04/17


(c). Catalogue and other descriptions. (i) All statements made by NOAG as to condition, authorship, period, culture, source, origin, measurement, quality, rarity, provenance, importance, or historical relevance, whether in the Catalogue entry for the Lot, in the Condition Report, and/ or in a bill of sale, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, are qualified statements of opinion only and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Such statements do not constitute a representation, warranty or assumption of liability by NOAG of any kind. References in the Catalogue entry or the Condition Report to damage or restoration are for guidance only and should be evaluated by personal inspection by the Bidder or a knowledgeable representative. The absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. (ii) Without limiting the foregoing, none of the Seller, NOAG, or any of NOAG’s officers, employees or agents, are responsible for the correctness of any statement of whatever 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. (iii) Any Estimates provided should not be relied on as a statement that this is the price at which the item will sell or its value for any other purpose. Any written or oral appraisal, Estimate or other statement of NOAG or our representatives with respect to the estimated or expected selling price of any Lot of Property is a statement of opinion only and shall not be relied upon by Bidders or prospective Bidders as a prediction or guarantee of the actual selling price. (iv) NOAG shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in catalogue or other descriptions of the Property. Neither NOAG nor the Seller is responsible in any way for errors and omissions in the catalogue, or any supplemental material. (d). Further acknowledgement. As a Bidder and prospective Buyer, you further agree and acknowledge that: (i) You are not relying on NOAG’s skill or judgment in selecting to purchase any Lot; (ii) No oral or written statements in the Auction Catalogue, Condition Report, or elsewhere are the cause of or reason behind your purchase of any Lot; and you would have incurred such purchase regardless of any oral or written statements about condition, attribution, kind, quality, value, or authorship made in the catalogue or elsewhere; (iii) NOAG did not and could not have known that condition, attribution, kind, quality, expressed value, or authorship is the cause or reason why you decide to purchase any Lot; (iv) Your purchase of any Lot is not intended to gratify a nonpecuniary interest; and (v) NOAG did not know, nor should it have known, that any oral or written statement about a Lot in the catalogue, Condition Report or elsewhere would cause a nonpecuniary loss to a Buyer.

3. At the Auction (a). Registration before bidding / Bidding requirements. In order to be accepted as a Bidder and allowed to place a Bid, all Bidders must meet all of the following requirements: (i) A Bidder must complete and sign the attached registration form and provide identification to NOAG; (ii) NOAG may require the production of bank or other financial references or any other additional information; (iii) When making a Bid, a Bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the Purchase Price in full in the event that the Bidder submits the Winning Bid, unless it has been explicitly agreed in writing with NOAG before the auction of the Lot that the Bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to NOAG, and that NOAG will only look to that principal for payment (iv) All Bids are to be made in U.S. currency unless agreed upon between NOAG and the Bidder; and (v) At NOAG’s sole discretion, NOAG may require any Bidder to post a cash deposit in an amount set by NOAG at its sole discretion. Such deposit may include, without limitation, a deposit of 25% of the Maximum Bid (or another amount set in NOAG’s sole discretion) in the case of Absentee Bids (defined below). (b). Refusal of admission / Rejection of Bidders. NOAG has the right, at its complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any Auction. NOAG reserves the right to reject any Bidder for any reason whatsoever and in NOAG’s sole discretion. (c). Absentee bids / Telephone bids. (i) As a convenience to Bidders, NOAG may allow a Bidder to submit an absentee bid (“Absentee Bid”) or telephone bid (“Telephone Bid”) by filling out (in full) the section of the attached registration form marked “Absentee Bids / Telephone Bids.” In order to submit an Absentee Bid or Telephone Bid for an Auction, that registration form must be filled out and submitted to NOAG no later than 5:00 p.m. central time on the last business day before the commencement of the Auction. (NOAG reserves the right to accept late Absentee Bid or Telephone Bid submissions in NOAG’s sole discretion.) All Absentee Bid submissions must include a maximum bid amount (“Maximum Bid”). (ii) If an Absentee Bid is submitted and accepted, at the time of the auction of the affected Lot, the Auctioneer or other NOAG staff will place the Absentee Bid at the amount of the opening bid amount, and will increase the amount as necessary until the earlier of (x) the Absentee Bid is the Winning Bid; or (y) the amount reaches the Maximum Bid. All such actions in this paragraph are at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer and/ or NOAG. If NOAG receives Absentee Bids on a particular Lot with identical Maximum Bid amounts, and at the Auction these are the highest bids on the Lot, the Lot will be sold to the person whose Absentee Bid was received and accepted first. In the event of a tie bid between an Absentee Bid and a Bid submitted by a Bidder physically present at the Auction (or a Telephone Bid), the Lot will be sold to physically present Bidder (or bidder submitting the Telephone Bid).

Rev. 01/04/17


(iii) If a Telephone Bid is submitted and accepted, at the time of the auction of the affected Lot, NOAG staff shall attempt to contact the Bidder using the telephone number provided. If successfully contacted, the Bidder shall then be afforded the opportunity to place a Bid on the Lot by telephone. Telephone Bids may be recorded. By submitting a Telephone Bid, the Bidder consents to the recording of the conversation and the placing of the Bid. (iv) Execution of Absentee Bids and Telephone Bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the Auction and neither NOAG nor the Auctioneer shall have any liability for failing to execute an Absentee Bid or Telephone Bid or for errors and omissions in connection therewith. (d). Video or digital images. At some Auctions there may be a video or digital screen. Errors may occur in its operation and in the quality of the image and we do not accept liability for such errors. NOAG reserves the right to video tape and record proceedings at any Auctions. Any personal information obtained will be held in confidence by NOAG but may be used or shared with our affiliates and marketing partners for customer analysis purposes and to help us to tailor our services to buyer requirements. Any Bidder attending an Auction in person who does not wish to be video-taped may make arrangements to make a Telephone Bid in accordance with Section 3(c) above. (e). Reserves. All Lots are offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which the Lot will not be sold (the “Reserve”). The Reserve for a Lot will not exceed the low Estimate for that Lot. 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. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a Lot may be sold at a Hammer Price below the Reserve, at the discretion of the Auctioneer and NOAG, in any manner consistent with the agreement between NOAG and the Seller. (f). No bidding by Seller. Under no circumstances shall Seller (as agent or principal), whether by itself or through its representatives, employees or agents (except as through the Auctioneer as set forth in Section 3(e) above), enter or cause to be entered a Bid on Seller’s Lot. (g). 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 or divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots, and in the event of any error or dispute, to determine the Winning Bid, to continue the bidding, to cancel the Sale or to reoffer and resell the Lot or item in dispute. If any dispute arises after the Sale, NOAG’s sale record is conclusive. Unless otherwise announced by the Auctioneer at the time of Sale, all Bids are per Lot as numbered in the Catalogue and no Lot shall be divided for Sale. NOAG and/or the Auctioneer may withdraw any Lot at any time before such Lot is offered at Auction, for any reason and in their sole and absolute discretion. (h). Successful bid and passing of risk. The Auctioneer shall have absolute discretion in determining the Winning Bid and the striking of the Auctioneer’s hammer marks the acceptance of the highest and best bid as the Winning Bid and the conclusion of a contract for sale between the Seller and the Buyer. Risk and responsibility for the Lot but not its title passes to the Buyer immediately upon announcement of the Winning Bid at the Auction. (i). Post-auction sale. In the event that there is no Winning Bid at Auction for a Lot, or the Lot is withdrawn from the Auction, or the Sale is cancelled for non-payment pursuant to Section 4(g) below, NOAG may sell the Lot at public or private sale at any time thereafter, in a manner consistent with the agreement between Seller and NOAG. (j). NOAG assumes no responsibility for failure to execute Bids for any reason whatsoever.

4. After the Auction (a). In order to consummate and complete the Sale, the Buyer must tender payment in full of all of the following amounts (all such amounts together being the “Purchase Price”) to NOAG: (i) the Hammer Price; and (ii) the “Buyer’s Premium” consisting of a premium of 25% of the Hammer Price (discounted to 22% if the method of payment is by check, cash, or wire transfer [subject to a $30 fee for domestic wires and a $60 fee for international wires] by the end of the day on the fifteenth calendar day following the conclusion of the Auction - note that there is no discount for LiveAuctioneers and Invaluable bidders) up to and including a Hammer Price of $200,000 and 10% of the amount by which the Lot’s Hammer Price exceeds $200,000; and (iii) Any applicable Louisiana, state, local, and federal or other taxes, calculated as required by law. Any documentation of tax exemption must be provided by the Bidder contemporaneously with the execution of the attached registration form. (b). Payment and passing of title. The Buyer and any other Bidders are responsible for contacting NOAG for Auction results during the week after the conclusion of the Auction. Subject to the provisions of Section 4(i) below which may require earlier payment, the Buyer must pay the full Purchase Price no later than 4:30 pm central time on the fifteenth calendar day following the conclusion of the Auction. Payments may be submitted during business hours to: New Orleans Auction Galleries, 333 St. Joseph Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130, Telephone number: 504-566-1849. Payments may be made by certified check, cash, wire transfer, or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and American Express). Payments will be accepted by non-certified check only in NOAG’s sole discretion, from Buyers that have been qualified by NOAG in NOAG’s sole discretion. Title to the Lot does not pass to the Buyer until the full amount of the Purchase Price has been tendered and received by NOAG in good cleared funds, even in circumstances where the Lot has been released to the Buyer. (c). Credit Cards. Your signature on this form constitutes permission to charge the full amount of the Purchase Price on your credit card, if you are the Buyer on a Lot and payment is not received within five business days of the close of the Auction. Your signature on this form also constitutes permission to charge the full amount of Storage Charges (defined below), if and when accrued, on a periodic basis on your credit card. (d). Release of Lot to Buyer. No Lot will be released to the Buyer unless and until NOAG receives full payment of the Purchase Price, and such payment has cleared and NOAG has received confirmation of all funds owed. At its sole discretion, NOAG may release a specific Lot at any time, notwithstanding the foregoing provision. In addition, NOAG may require that Lots not be released until the Buyer has cleared additional checks in NOAG’s sole discretion, including without limitation, any anti-money laundering or antiterrorism financing checks to NOAG’s satisfaction. In the event that a Buyer fails to complete any anti-money laundering or anti-terrorism financing checks to NOAG’s satisfaction, NOAG shall be entitled to cancel the Sale and take any other action permitted or required under applicable law. In addition, notwithstanding the foregoing, Lots cannot be released until after the conclusion of the Auction. (e). Export/Import license and Dealers. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import license. The denial of any license or any delay in obtaining licenses shall not justify the rescission of any sale nor any delay in making bill payment for the Lot; and shall not limit or alter any of the obligations of the Buyer herein. Dealers purchasing for resale must enter appropriate their Dealer Resale Number on the attached registration form and provide NOAG with proper documentation. Rev. 01/04/17


(f). Storage charge. Subject to the foregoing provisions, any Lot that is not picked up by the end of the day on the fifteenth calendar day following the conclusion of the Auction is subject to an additional storage charge of $5.00 per Lot per day (“Storage Charge”) for as long as the Lot is stored at NOAG’s facilities. The outstanding amount of this Storage Charge must be paid in full (in addition to the Purchase Price) before such Lot will be released to the Buyer. Such Storage Charge accrues on a daily basis and is billed monthly. All items handled or stored will be at the Buyer’s risk. NOAG is not liable for any damage to Lots after the conclusion of the Auction. (g). Remedies for non-payment. If the Buyer fails to make payment in full of the Purchase Price in good cleared funds within the time required by Section 4(b) above, or payment in full of any applicable Storage Charge when incurred, NOAG shall be entitled in its absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies (in addition to asserting any other rights or remedies available by law): (i) to charge outstanding amounts to the Buyer’s credit card; (ii) to charge interest at the rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month (but not to exceed the highest amount chargeable under applicable law); (iii) to hold the Buyer liable for the total amount due and to commence legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law; (iv) to exercise any other remedy or remedies available under the law, including but not limited to a second sale of said item in accordance with the provisions of applicable law, including the subsequent enforcement of any deficiency against the initial buyer; (v) to cancel the sale; (vi) to resell the property publicly or privately on such terms as we shall think fit; (vii) to pay the Seller an amount up to the net proceeds payable in respect of the amount bid by the defaulting Buyer; (viii) to set off against any amounts which NOAG may owe the Buyer in any other transactions, the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by the Buyer; (ix) where several amounts are owed by the Buyer to NOAG, in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not the Buyer so directs; (x) to reject at any future Auction any Bids made by or on behalf of the Buyer or to obtain a deposit from the Buyer before accepting any Bids; (xi) to exercise all the rights and remedies of a person holding security and/or privilege over any property in our possession owned by the Buyer, whether by way of pledge, security interest or in any other way, to the fullest extent permitted under Louisiana law (including without limitation under La. Civil Code art. 3247, La. R.S. 10:7-209 and 10:7-210 and other applicable law), or (xii) to take such other action as NOAG deems necessary or appropriate. In connection with the item (xi) above, the Buyer will be deemed to have granted such security to NOAG and NOAG may retain the affected Lot and any property of the Buyer as collateral security for such Buyer’s obligations to NOAG and to the Seller

If we resell the property under Section 4(g)(vi) above, the Buyer shall be liable for payment of any deficiency between the total amount originally due to us and the price obtained upon resale as well as for all costs, expenses, damages, legal fees and commissions and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or otherwise arising from the default. If we pay any amount to the Seller under paragraph (vii) above, the Buyer acknowledges that NOAG shall have all of the rights of the Seller, however arising, to pursue the Buyer for such amount. (h). Shipping and packing. All shipping, packing, and transportation of Lots from NOAG’s facilities is the responsibility of Buyer. NOAG may, as a courtesy, assist Buyer with necessary arrangements, but by doing so, NOAG assumes no responsibility or liability for shipping, packing, moving, or transportation, including without limitation damage to Lots, damage to Buyer’s vehicle, or any personal injury of any persons involved. (i). Earlier payment may be required. For any specific Lot, and notwithstanding the provisions of Section 4(b) above, NOAG may require, in its sole discretion, that the Hammer Price for the Lot be paid immediately upon the striking of the Auctioneer’s hammer and announcement of the Winning Bid, with the balance of the Purchase Price being due by the close of the Auction.

5.Copyright The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for NOAG relating to a Lot including without limitation the contents of the Catalogue, is and shall remain at all times the property of NOAG and shall not be used by the Buyer or Bidder, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent. NOAG and the Seller make no representation or warranty that the Buyer of a Lot will acquire any copyright or other reproduction rights in it.

6. Severability 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.

7. Data Collection In connection with the operation of our auction business, NOAG may need to seek personal information from Bidders or obtain information about Bidders from third parties (e.g., credit checks from banks). Such information will be processed and kept by us in confidence. Some of Bidders’ personal data may also need to be shared with third party service providers (e.g., shipping or storage companies) for Bidders’ benefit. By participating in an Auction, you agree to all previously stated disclosure.

8. Law and Jurisdiction 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 under the laws of the State of Louisiana. By bidding at the Auction and/or through execution of the attached registration form, the Bidder consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Louisiana and the Federal courts of the United States of America located in the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Rev. 01/04/17


New Orleans Auction Galleries

333 Saint Joseph Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 | 504-566-1849 | Fax: 504-566-1851 | info@neworleansauction.com

ABSENTEE / TELEPHONE BID FORM Name (Please Print): ______________________________________________

Date: ______________________

Business Name: ______________________________________________________________________________ Dealer Resale # (Dealers must also sign official State of Louisiana document): _______________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________________________

State: ____________ ZIP: ___________________

Telephones: Work (_____)_____________ Home (______)______________ Fax (______)_______________ E-mail Address: _________________________________________________________________________________ Conditions of Sale: Conditions of sale are as set forth in the applicable New Orleans Auction Galleries catalogue. Placing a telephone bid and/or absentee bid in the auction constitutes acceptance of all Conditions of Sale posted by NOAG as amended by any posted notices or oral announcements during the sale.

Lot #

Bid Amount (not including buyer’s premium) OR Telephone Number to Call:

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ VISA / MasterCard #: ____________________________________________ Expiration Date: _____________ CVV #: _______________ I have read and agree to the Conditions of Sale. I agree that a buyer’s premium will be charged on each lot purchased at 25% up to and including $200,000 plus 10% of the hammer price greater than $200,000. For purchases made by cash, check or wire transfer [subject to a $30 fee for domestic wires and a $60 fee for international wires], the buyer’s premium shall be discounted 3% of this 25%. Note that there is no discount for LiveAuctioneers and Invaluable bidders. Your signature on this form constitutes permission to charge successful bids to your credit card, including the 25% buyer’s premium, if payment is not received within five days of the auction.

Signature (Required): ___________________________________________________________________ Please fax this form by 5:00 p.m. the day before the auction to 504-566-1851 or scan and email to info@neworleansauction.com 


Susan D. Sarofim CEO

Tessa Steinkamp Director of Auctions

Ashton Thomas President

Jelena Restovic James Director of Fine Art

Ireys Bowman General Consignments

Greg S. Kowles General Consignments

Kim Lemon Fine Jewelry Specialist

Michele Carolla Fine Art Specialist

Nicole Casi, PhD Fine Art Specialist

Rebecca Moss Asian Arts Specialist

Thomas Halverson American Furniture Specialist

Burke Designer

Taylor Eichenwald Marketing & Public Relations

Charles C. Cage Silver Specialist & Office Manager

Colleen Ryan Director of Human Resources

AUCTIONEERS

CONSULTANTS

Tessa Steinkamp, #1265 Ashton Thomas, #1833 Taylor Eichenwald, #1922 Michael DeGeorge, #1774

Ellen McKenzie English & Continental Furniture Ira Savoie Independent Certified Gemologist Appraiser Claudia Kheel Fine Art

ADMINISTRATION Christa Ougel Denise Haik Office Administration Graphic Designer Gary Michael Gittelson Bettina Bausa Graphic Designer Photographer Grace Connors Manager of Online Auctions

OPERATIONS Cedric Roberts | Sean Ranson Bennie Amos | Eddie Daigrepont Emmitt Kendrick, Jr. Gerald Hampton | Juanita Bazile Sol Carter | Thomas Johnson Theadrow Mark


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g a l l e r i eFINE s ART AUCTION

December 7-8, 2019APRIL 22, 2017

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