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New Orleans Auction

g a l l e r i e sFINE ART AUCTION

march 23-24, 2019

APRIL 22, 2017


Estates Auction

March 23-24, 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 835 | Front Cover: Lot 908 | Back Cover: Lot 918


Exhibition:

March 11-22, 2019 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, March 16, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Evening Reception: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 5 - 7:30 p.m.

Lot Schedule:

Please note that times are approximate

Saturday, March 23, 2019 Lots 1-550 10:00 - 11:00

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Featured Property: The Estate of Margaret "Pat" Breen Houston, Texas The Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr. Pass Christian, Mississippi The Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum New Orleans, Louisiana The Estate of Dr. Leona Bersadsky and Dr. Dorothy Bratsas New Orleans, Louisiana The Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. New Orleans, Louisiana Pictured: Lot 726


Letter From the Director of Marketing

London is a complex, layered and diverse city that holds some of the greatest collections of art and antiques in the world. I was fortunate enough to experience this city myself when I attended the Global Auction House Summit presented by Invaluable in early of February. Aside from meeting industry peers, one of the highlights of the trip was my visit to Sir John Soane’s Museum. Just a short walk from the British Museum, it includes more than 40,000 pieces of art, furniture, architectural drawings, plaster casts and antiquities collected by Sir John Soane, beginning in the 1780s until his death in 1837. During my visit, which occurred on a typical rainy London afternoon, I learned that Soane was a respected architect, scholar, and consummate collector who designed and built the three neoclassical structures to display his remarkable treasure trove. As I hold a degree in history from Occidental College, what stood out to me is that the house remains as it was when he died 180 years ago. The collection forms a narrative about Sir John Soane himself. And if you read the featured property pages at the beginning of each catalogue, you’ll readily recognize that it’s much the same for the estates New Orleans Auction Galleries offers. After working as the director of marketing at NOAG for the past six years, one of the jobs I find most rewarding is writing those very pages. This process includes researching or speaking to the families of the people whose items we are offering in our auctions. When you consider the diversity of what we sell and where our items come from, it’s no surprise that I encounter some truly remarkable people and stories. I feel it is important to contextualize what we are selling as much as possible – the stories behind each object are often just as interesting as the piece itself. For example, on the page opposite to this letter, I included Lot 726, one of two rare artist models of equestrians in this auction. This item serves a very practical function, but also holds a story of its own. I love these pieces partly because I can imagine them in Soane’s elaborate library!

Taylor Eichenwald, NOAG's Director of Marketing, outside London's National Gallery while attending the Global Auction House Summit in February.

Looking at the present sale, some of the featured collections were meticulously assembled with the assistance of decorators or antiques dealers, while others are more organic groupings. I enjoyed learning about each of these collectors and encourage you to take time to read about them in the pages that follow. Each has a different background and experience, but something they all share is that, like Soane, they surrounded themselves with the things they loved. The March Estates Auction, held on Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24, presents a wonderful selection of fine art and antiques that tell stories both about their creators and previous owners. (See the opposite page for a full schedule.) I invite you to dive into this catalogue with that in mind and find something that speaks to you. Surround yourself with things you love because, at the end of the day, it is an expression of who you are.

Taylor Eichenwald Director of Marketing & Public Relations


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2018 Evening Receptions Highlights 1. Burke, Judy Milnar and Susan Sarofim; 2. William Richards and Pascale Vonier; 3. Carly Billiot and Joshua Griffin; 4. Christine Cazayoux and Wayne Mayberry; 5. August Gallo, Maria Hoksch and Mirell Gallo; 6. Pini and Jacqueline Weinstein, Mary Ellen and George Wein; 7. Taylor Eichenwald and David Lee; 8. Jun and Kit Bausa; 9. Sue Doty, Bill Hindman, Renee and Stewart Peck


LOT 130


The Estate of

Margaret "Pat" Breen Houston, Texas

A mother to six sons, a grandmother to nine grandchildren, a beloved friend and a loving wife for fifty-five years to the late Dan Breen, Margaret “Pat” Breen lived a remarkable life and was adored by those around her. Her family and friends remember her quick and infectious smile, seemingly boundless energy and her love of life and people. In David Netto’s tribute to Pat Breen in Town and Country, he writes, “I don’t recall ever seeing her without a smile, even when she walked into a room alone.” Netto continues, “Character, like elegance and smiles, fell from Pat’s sleeve.” Pat was born in New York, but raised in Dublin, Ireland, where her father, a prominent lawyer for the Catholic Church, was based. She attended the Academy of Sacred Heart and then attended college at the University College of Dublin, the University of Fribourg, Switzerland and graduated from Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart in Purchase, New York. After college, Pat pursued a modeling career in New York City, where she met Dan. After a year-long courtship, they were married at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The Breen family relocated from New York to Houston when Dan accepted a position as partner at Fayez Sarofim & Co. The family continued to summer in East Hampton, New York to stay connected to their New York roots. Pat loved her new community and pursued her interests in cultural activities and philanthropy. She enjoyed a rich volunteer life, with board activities that included serving as a Trustee and on the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the Houston Grand Opera, as well as head of Special Events and Board Member of the Houston Ballet Foundation. She was also a board member for The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts and chaired the opening of the Center. In areas of medicine, she served as a Board Member of The University of Texas Health Science Center, Board Member of the University of The Texas Partners School of Nursing, longtime Board Member of The Gathering Place, as well as chairing a gala for The Brookwood Community.

Pat also chaired the Houston Grand Opera Ball, the Houston Ballet Ball and numerous fashion shows, luncheons and dinners. In 2005, Pat served as co-chair for the Houston Chronicle Best Dressed Luncheon benefitting the March of Dimes and in 2007, she was inducted into the “Best Dressed Hall of Fame” after being honored three times. Pat was also honored as one of Houston’s Women of Distinction and with the Queen of the Nile award in 2015 at the Winter Ball benefitting the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation. The Breen residence in River Oaks was richly furnished with fine art, antique and modern furniture, porcelain and more by Tice Alexander, a rising star in the interior design world. Early in his career, Alexander worked closely with Albert Hadley of Parish-Hadley Associates (1980-1986) before establishing his own firm. Completed in the early 1990s, the Breen project would be one of Alexander’s last. The furnishings in the Breen home reflected the timeless elegance for which Alexander was known. New Orleans Auction Galleries is honored to offer paintings, sculpture, fine furniture, porcelain, jewelry and more from the Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen.


The Estate of

Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr. Pass Christian, Mississippi

Audry Shivers and Sherwood Bailey, Sr. met in fall of 1946 in Jackson, Mississippi and were married Valentine’s Day of 1947. Both were Depression Era children who grew up in families of modest means in Jefferson Davis County and Scott County, Mississippi. Sherwood served in World War II in General George S. Patton’s Third Army. Sherwood and his three brothers, H.C. Bailey, Sr., George C. Bailey and Woodrow W. Bailey, founded Bailey Lumber & Supply Co. in Jackson, Mississippi in 1947. Sherwood moved to Gulfport, Mississippi in 1951 to expand the family business. The company now has locations in Ocean Springs, Bay St. Louis, Brandon and Meridian. In addition to heading Bailey Lumber in Gulfport, Sherwood was an active member of the Gulf Coast business community. In the early 1960s, he owned and operated five Holiday Inn franchises throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast under the parent company, Gulf Shores, Inc. Another venture, Bailey Homes, developed several subdivisions in Gulfport, Ocean Springs and Biloxi. He was also a member of the Gulf Coast Investors Club, the Home Builders Association of Mississippi and King of the Gulf Coast Carnival Association in 1979. Mrs. Bailey was a former member of the Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport, Merry Maskers, Gulfport Yacht Club and First Baptist Church of Gulfport. The Baileys were planning to build a house on the beach in Gulfport when a serendipitous conversation with Audry’s friend, Karen Graham, changed her mind. Graham, a Mississippi native best known for being the first spokesmodel for Estée Lauder, had a beachfront home on East Scenic Drive in Pass Christian and urged Audry to consider the house next door to hers as it had just come on the market. The couple fell in love with the house (known as the McCutcheon-Ewing House) and decided not to move forward with the plans to build in Gulfport and instead put in an offer on the stately Greek Revival home in Pass Christian.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the McCutcheon-Ewing House was built by the McCutcheons of New Orleans in 1850. In 1938, Shreveport Times publisher John Ewing purchased, renovated and raised the home to two stories, with two distinctive stairways off each side of the front entrance. The home’s impressive flat-roofed portico doubles as a front porch. The Baileys began a major renovation shortly after purchasing the property in 1978. They added a 1,500-square-foot guest cottage where they lived until the work on the main house was complete. Mrs. Bailey worked closely with Jim Westerfield of Westerfield Antiques & Interiors in Jackson to decorate the historic 6,000 square foot home. Bailey and Westerfield filled the home with Georgian furniture, antique carpets, Asian porcelain, fine art and more. The Baileys hosted political fundraisers, wedding receptions and even part of the Miss USA swimsuit competition at the iconic house. A 2013 article in South Mississippi Living recalls when Good Morning America’s (GMA) Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson made an impromptu stop at the house on their way from New Orleans to Beau Rivage Casino and Resort for an appearance. The two were admiring the homes along Scenic Drive when they decided to stop and knock on the Baileys' front door. Audry was packing for a trip and had just washed her hair, but invited the unexpected guests in to tour her home, which ended up airing on GMA. New Orleans Auction Galleries is pleased to offer paintings, antique furniture, porcelain and more from the Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr.


The Estate of

Dr. William Rosenbaum New Orleans, Louisiana

the mid-1980s. Wishing to implement a counseling program, Billy decided to return to graduate school to improve his knowledge and skills. He came back invigorated and excited to share what he learned to better his students’ lives. Billy also maintained a private counseling practice. Upon his retirement, Merry Sorrells, St. Martin’s Head of upper school, wrote a tribute to Billy. She shares, “Bill has a way of seeing the good in everyone he encounters, and holding the lantern high so others can see it too. His is a healing presence, filled with love and warmth.”

Dr. William “Billy” Rosenbaum, a beloved school counselor, teacher and collector, was born October 8, 1944 in New Orleans to Leopold and Blanche Rosenbaum. His family was a member of Touro Synagogue and was active in the Jewish community. He attended McMain High School and later Louisiana State University, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, a Master’s degree in counseling and ultimately a PhD in counselor education. Billy served as a middle school social studies teacher, upper school psychology teacher and as the leader of St. Martin’s Episcopal School’s counseling program over his 46-year career at the school. He had an immeasurable impact on generations of children that looked to him for guidance and initiated important and enriching traditions at the school, such as Career Day, the Life Skills course and the Senior Internship Program. St. Martin’s encouraged Billy to advance his career and pursue what he loved. In his own words, “Looking back, I am deeply gratified to know that the St. Martin’s community has been a nurturing place for me as well.” He completed his Master’s degree in counseling within his first few years of teaching. After 12 years at the middle school, Rosenbaum moved to the upper school full-time in

Billy met Jeffrey Faughnan, his husband and partner of 36 years, in the spring of 1982; their first official date was The Historic New Orleans Collection on Royal Street. Billy and Jeffrey loved to travel, attend theater and spend time with family and friends. Billy described himself not as a collector in the traditional sense, but as an accumulator. While he was an anglophile at heart, he didn’t worry about completeness and instead focused on acquiring what he loved. Billy and Jeffrey traveled to London each year and made a point to visit their favorite galleries and shops. New Orleans Auction Galleries is pleased to offer sterling silver, English furniture and fine art from the Estate of Dr. William “Billy” Rosenbaum.


The Estate of

Dr. Leona Bersadsky and Dr. Dorothy Bratsas New Orleans, Louisiana

obligation to the friendships but because they truly admired and connected with the talents of each of these artists (and many others). Leona, the sister of renowned art collector, gallery owner and ambassador of the arts, Luba Glade, always spoke of the personal connection she had with each piece she purchased. Dorothy could tell the story behind each piece and why she connected to it. Every artwork in their homes was a true reflection of their individual uniqueness. If you knew them well, it was easy to tell who had chosen what piece. It is this connection to their lives and their individual personalities that makes their combined collection so eclectic and their passion for the arts so palpable. Dr. Leona Bersadsky was born in 1925, and was a graduate of Newcomb College and Tulane Medical School. She was a practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist in New Orleans for over 40 years and was devoted to her work. Dr. Dorothy Bratsas was born in El Dorado, Arkansas in 1928. She attended the University of Missouri where she achieved her doctorate degree in Romance Languages, a subject she taught for over forty years at the University of New Orleans. She was one of the founding professors at UNO where she taught all levels of Spanish, in addition to which she was fluent in Greek and Portuguese. Partners for over fifty years, Leona and Dorothy lived life as though it were a great adventure. They were lively, vibrant women of many interests, including a passion for the arts. Over the course of their travels and during their time living in the French Quarter during the 1960s, 70s and 80s, they continuously attended art functions and added to their private collection. They counted George Dureau, Ida Kohlmeyer, Robert Gordy, and many others among their friends and collected their works not out of

Dorothy and Leona were active members of the New Orleans Symphony, Friends of Music and the New Orleans Opera. Both women had continuing interests in collecting art, music and literature and devoted a lifetime to adding to their collection. New Orleans Auction Galleries is honored to offer furniture and fine art from the collection of Drs. Leona Bersadsky and Dorothy Bratsas.


SESSION I

Saturday, March 23, 2019 Lots 1 - 550

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1 Pair of Large Continental Architectural Wood Carvings 17th century, carved with caryatids, the bases carved with oak leaves and scrolls, and trimmed with flowerheads. h. 64‑1/2”, w. 10‑1/2”, d. 2‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 2 Continental Carved Mahogany Blackamoor Armchair late 19th century, with a tall arched and padded back, the arms with reclining figures and the arm supports depicting carved male figures. h. 49‑1/2”, w. 34”, d. 27” $1,000‑$1,500 4

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3 Pair of Bronze and Marble Chenets fourth quarter 19th century, modeled as figures with satyr heads and hippocampi tails, on mottled aubergine marble bases. h. 10”, w. 6‑1/4”, d. 10” $1,000‑$1,500 4 French Baroque-Style Bronze Pendant Chandelier/Lantern second quarter 20th century, with a bronze grid decorated with medallions at each cross member, the upper portion with bronze swags and cabochons. h. 28”, dia. 9” $1,000‑$1,500

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5 Partial Service of Capodimonte Armorial Dinnerware fourth quarter 19th century, Italian, decorated with bas-reliefmolded neoclassical-style polychrome borders, the centers with coats of arms against a gilt ground, with the crowned “N” mark, the set comprised of twelve dinner plates, dia. 10‑1/2”, twelve luncheon plates, dia. 9”, and twelve salad/dessert plates, dia. 8‑1/2”. $1,200‑$1,800 6 Eight Signed E. F. Caldwell Steel Sconces

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second quarter 20th century, of medieval inspiration, each decorated with a coat of arms and enameled trim, the lower portion set with a pair of scrolled candle arms, marked on the back with an impressed “C” within a lozenge. h. 11‑1/2”, w. 11‑3/4”, d. 6‑3/4”

7 French Bronze Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, the twelve-light gasolier design of baroque inspiration, with a spiral-reeded standard, the leafdecorated arms supporting gas arms on two levels, with an incised acorn-form lower portion. h. 48”, dia. 26”

$1,000‑$1,500 Edward F. Caldwell & Co., of New York, was one of the premier manufacturers of lighting and metalwork from the late 19th to the mid-20th centuries.

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8 Carved, Painted and Parcel-Gilt Coat of Arms early 20th century, with lion’s flanking a feathered crown, the shield portion framed with carved scrollwork. h. 26”, w. 23” $1,000‑$1,500 9 Pair of Gilt-Bronze and Onyx Mantel Garnitures ca. 1900, the molded bases supporting helmeted warriors dressed in breeches and breastplates, brandishing swords, and raised on cove-molded onyx plinths. h. 27”, dia. 8‑1/4” $1,200‑$1,800 10 Continental School, Probably German (Mid-19th Century)

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“Battle Scene, Seven Years War” oil on academy board unsigned. Framed. 19‑3/4” x 25‑3/4”, framed 26‑3/4” x 32‑5/8” $1,400‑$1,800 11 Tadeusz Brodowski (Polish, 1821‑1848) “Hussars, The Greater Poland Uprising of 1846”, 1846 oil on canvas signed, dated and localized “Paris” lower right, remnants of a French shipper’s or framer’s label on stretcher. Framed. 15” x 18”, framed 21‑1/2” x 24‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 9

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12 Pressed Brass and Ebonized Wood Crest fourth quarter 19th century, in the baroque taste, decorated with a cabochon and a winged satyr masque, with urns of fruit on either side and a field of scrollwork. h. 16‑1/2”, w. 29” $1,000‑$1,500 13 Flemish-Style Fruitwood Bench 19th century and later, the long padded top raised on shaped and scrolling acanthine-carved legs joined by shaped and pierced stretchers and ending in scrolled toes on pegs. h. 19”, w. 47”, d. 19”

14 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” $1,000‑$1,500

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15 Four Unusual Continental Giltwood, Polychrome and Convex Glass Sconces ca. 1900, Continental, the coved frames set with pierced bowknots, the pierced arm supports set with bell-form candle sockets, highlighted with terracotta-painted bases and bluepainted drip pans. h. 23”, w. 14‑1/4”, d. 4‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 16 Spanish-Style Oak Guard Room Table the rectangular parquetry top raised on shaped end supports joined by scrolling iron stretchers and ending in scrolled toes. h. 29”, w. 39”, l. 78‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500 17 Large Continental Painted Tin Pricket Sconce second quarter 19th century, with a lower spike for support, the sconce decorated with leaves with incised veins, and crimped drip pans set with pricket supports. h. 55”, w. 47”, d. 14”

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18 Continental Metal and Rock Crystal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the basket-form chandelier decorated with patinated leaves, flowers and scrollwork, with tulip-form candle sockets and hung with teardrop-form rock crystal drops. h. 46”, dia. 34” $4,000‑$7,000 19 Dutch Mahogany and Marquetry Bureau Cylindre early 19th century, the rectangular top above a roll top opening to an extended writing surface and various drawers and cubbyholes surrounding a central tambour cupboard, over a bombe-form base fitted with three long drawers, the whole richly accented with floral, foliate and masque marquetry patterns and raised on splayed feet. h. 45”, w. 48”, d. 23” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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20 Pair of Dutch Delft Covered Ginger Jars ca. 1900, in the 17th-century style, with hand-painted flowers, scrollwork and diapering, the octagonal baluster-form jars set with foo dog knops, an unidentified mark on the base. h. 17‑1/2”, dia. 7” $1,000‑$1,500

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21 Swiss Orchestral Cylinder Music Box fourth quarter 19th century, with an inlaid and ebonized case decorated with rosewood panels, the top with inlaid sprays of flowers and the sides mounted with bronze handles, the inside cover retaining its original “airs” card, plays eight tunes on a single comb, and six bells with butterfly hammers, and two drums. h. 10‑1/2”, w. 25‑1/2”, d. 12” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500‑$2,500 22 Unusual Pair of Silver-Gilt Mirrors in the Baroque Taste

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fourth quarter 19th century, with leaf-carved crests, the mirror plates framed with beading, on scrolled, leaf-carved and pierced feet. h. 23‑1/2”, w. 18‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 23 Continental Patinated Bronze Chandelier in the Baroque Taste second quarter 20th century, the fluted urn standard set with leaf-molded arms on two levels, with leaf-molded drip pans and molded sockets. h. 38”, dia. 28”

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24 Continental Pine and Polychrome Coffer early 19th century, the hinged rectangular top with a dentillated edge and opening to an interior fitted with one small lidded compartment, the front and sides with applied canted rectangular panels, raised on tapering square legs, the whole with polychrome accents. h. 27‑1/2”, w. 51”, d. 27” $1,000‑$1,500 25 Pair of Dutch Delft Blue-and-White Candelabra 20th century, in the 17th-century style, the standards molded as winged satyrs, the candle arms in the form of harpies. h. 22‑3/4”, dia. 8‑1/2”

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26 Dutch Marquetry-Inlaid Mahogany Corner Cupboard early 20th century, in the rococo taste, the molded arched cornice over a pair of doors opening to reveal a pair of serpentine shelves and inlaid masques on the interior door panels, on a base with a pair of paneled doors, inlaid throughout with traditional floral leaf and vine marquetry. h. 90‑1/2”, w. 43”, d. 25‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800

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27 Four Baroque-Style Bronze and Engraved Mirror Glass Sconces 20th century, the scalloped mirrored backplates engraved with pots of flowers, butterflies and peacocks, and set with patinated bronze scrolled candle arms, turned cups and drip pans. h. 15‑1/2”, w. 10”, d. 5‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 28 Pair of Continental Silver-Plated Candelabra first quarter 20th century, now mounted as lamps, each eightlight candelabrum with a turned standard, the lower section pierced and resting on paw feet, the candle arms on two levels and hung with prisms, the center with a flame finial. h. 33”, w. 13‑3/4” $1,200‑$1,800

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29 Rare American Cut and Faceted Crystal Gasolier ca. 1850‑1870, with cascades of drops from the tops to the arms, and graduated ranks of prisms on the base and under the lights, set with “Daisy and Button” molded glass shades. h. 58”, dia. 32” 28

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30 Dutch Chinoiserie Red-Lacquered and Parcel-Gilt Vitrine Cabinet 18th century and later, the carved, domed crest over a conforming case fitted with a pair of glazed doors, above a lower case with two paneled doors, raised on shaped bracket feet. h. 62”, w. 42”

31 Franco-Bohemian Gas Hall Lantern ca. 1850‑1870, with a bell-form glass frame, set with frosted, quilted glass fittings and a smoke bell, a ruffled blown prismhung pan under the burner, fitted with an engraved shade. h. 34”, dia. 18” $1,000‑$1,500

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32 Louis Franciscus Hendrik Apol (Dutch, 1850‑1936) “The Bridge in Winter” oil on panel signed lower left and en verso. Framed. 16” x 12”, framed 23” x 19” $1,000‑$1,500

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33 Gerard Jozef van Luppen (Belgian, 1834‑1891) “By The Falls” oil on beveled wood panel signed lower left. Framed. 21‑1/4” x 28”, framed 31‑1/2” x 38‑3/4” $1,200‑$1,800

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34 Jan Hillebrand Wijsmuller (Dutch, 1855‑1925) “Homeward Bound” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 26‑1/2” x 39‑1/2”, framed 32‑1/4” x 45‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 34

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35 Johann Jungblut (German, 1860‑1912) “Ice Fishermen by the Shore” oil on canvas affixed to board signed lower right. Framed. 27‑1/2” x 39”, framed 32‑1/2” x 44‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

36 William Howard (German/English, 1879‑1945) “Dutch Canal Scene Bustling with Boats and Quayside Vendors” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 30” x 50”, framed 36” x 56” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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37 Pair of Louis XIV-Style Fruitwood Fauteuils a la Reine the backs joined to shaped open arms with foliate carving, the scalloped aprons with shell and scroll carving, raised on cabriole legs joined by serpentine stretchers, the backs upholstered in rust floral cutvelvet, the seats in brown leather. h. 43‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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18th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two long drawers, each banded and with decorative quarterveneering and a central floral medallion, the sides en suite, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots. h. 37”, w. 52‑1/2”, d. 25‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000

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39 French Baroque-Style Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, the pedimented crest with a leaf-carved finial with a basket of flowers on a lattice-incised ground, the mirror surround with scrollwork and leaves, the mirror plate with gadrooning. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 20‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 39

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early 20th century, each with a shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two long drawers, the whole richly ornamented with ormolu mounts and millwork, raised on sabre legs ending in sabots. h. 34”, w. 49‑1/2”, d. 21‑1/2”

second quarter 20th century, in the Louis XV style, the five-light chandelier with a vasiform, fluted standard, leaf- and swag-carved, the lower portion carved with laurel leaves, set with leaf-carved scrolled candle arms terminating in beaded candle holders. h. 23‑1/2”, dia. 19”

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42 Rare 1727 First Edition of the French Royal Collection of Engravings [Cabinet du Roi] Suite et Arrangement des Volumes d’Estampes dont les Planches sont la Bibliotheque du Roy (Paris: Imprimerie Royal, 1727), folio, the title page with woodcut of the royal arms, in full mottled leather with gilt royal arms, fillet and dentelle, the spine with raised bands and gilt royal monograms, with marbled endpapers. [Bernard, p. 168; Millard I 46 (ed. 1743)] leaf 32.4 cm x 20.8 cm; overall 32.8 cm x 21.0 cm $2,000‑$4,000 Jean-Baptiste Colbert (1619‑1683), finance minister to Louis XIV, assembled a team of France’s most talented and celebrated engravers to create a visual record of the glory of the Sun King: his art collection, palaces, gardens, medals and treasures. By 1670 the engravings were printed into volumes, and by 1679 the enormous cost of production of the undertaking led Colbert to offer collections of the prints for sale to the public. The project was continued by his successors, and in 1727 a new edition of prints was issued with, for the first time, a catalogue of the engraved plates in the Royal Collection. The present lot is one of the rare copies of this first catalogue.

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43 Pair of French Bronze and Crystal Candelabra third quarter 20th century, in the Louis XIV taste, with glass-clad standards and bronze scrolled arms, hung with cascades and swags of drops, set with a crystal spire finial. h. 32‑1/2”, dia. 18‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 43

44 Regence-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the rectangular top with a bowed center section, above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over two long drawers, all quarter-veneered and banded, the sides en suite, raised on rounded feet with sabots. h. 33”, w. 50”, d. 24‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000

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45 Pair of Louis XIII-Style Fruitwood Fauteuils 19th century, each with a padded and rectangular back joined by ribbed acanthinecarved arms on lion’s-head hand rests to the padded seat, raised on shaped and ribbed legs joined by a like H-form stretcher and ending in in-scrolled acanthine feet. h. 44” $1,500‑$2,500

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20th century, each with a shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two long drawers, both banded and inlaid with an elaborate floral spray, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots. h. 34”, w. 46”, d. 21” $2,500‑$4,000

47 Pair of French Bronze Sconces second quarter 20th century, with faceted and tasseled backplates and leaf-molded arms, supporting candle cups and molded drip pans. h. 26”, w. 17”, d. 10” $1,000‑$1,500

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48 Pair of Monumental Regence-Style Giltwood Sconces 20th century, the urn-form bodies carved with flame finials, scrolled candle arms and acanthus-carved sockets, on corbel-form supports with carved bellflowers and acanthus leaves on the facades, and with deeply carved scrollwork on the sides. h. 32”, w. 18”, d. 8” 48

$1,000‑$1,500 49 Regence-Style Fruitwood, Burlwood and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two short drawers over two long drawers, all with decorative bands, the sides en suite, raised on sabre legs. h. 35”, w. 52”, d. 22‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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50 Pair of Regence-Style Gilt-Bronze Sconces second quarter 20th century, with inverted urn-form serpentine backplates, crowned with artichoke finials and hung with laurel swags, the scrolled candle arms molded with acanthus leaves, set with fluted drip pans. h. 15‑1/2”, w. 18‑1/2”, d. 7‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 51 English Oak Coffer comprised of antique elements, with a hinged lift lid opening to a void interior, the front with three banded raised panels over two drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 33”, w. 54”, d. 23” 51

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19th century, the long table with rounded ends and two ovoid drop leaves, raised on a gateleg support of turned columnar legs joined by box stretchers. h. 30”, w. 25”, l. 62”, ext. l. 88” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas.

18th century, the hinged top with turreted corners, opening to a baize-lined interior with recessed spaces for gaming pieces, above a conforming frieze, raised on tapering circular legs ending in pad feet, the rear legs pull out with an accordion concertina action. h. 29”, w. 32‑1/2”, d. 15‑1/4”

$1,000‑$1,500

$2,000‑$4,000

53 Large Oak Welsh Dresser in the Chippendale Taste ca. 1800, in two parts, the upper section with a cove-molded cornice supported by tall cabinets, joined by a pair of open shelves, on a base with a band of three beaded drawers raised on cabriole legs with pad feet. h. 79‑3/4”, w. 77”, d. 21‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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55 Monumental Edwardian Mahogany and Brass Log Carrier first quarter 20th century, decorated with spiral-reeding and brass, molded with brass handles, the interior with a removable brass liner. h. 26”, w. 24”, d. 19‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

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ca. 1900, Meiji period, the collection including a large pair of chargers, dia. 21‑1/2”, a pair of scalloped chargers, dia. 14”, a lobed vase, h. 9‑1/2”, dia. 5”, a smaller vase, h. 9‑1/4”, dia. 5”, and a lobed ginger jar, h. 12‑1/2”, dia. 5‑1/4”. $1,000‑$1,500

56 Pair of Japanese Imari Porcelain Vases fourth quarter 19th century, decorated with pine trees shading a bride and orange and gilt peonies in the foreground, with cobaltoutlined panels of floral decoration on the top and bottom, signed. h. 15”, dia. 6‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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58 Seven-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1900, including a pair of ginger jars, h. 10‑1/2”, dia. 5‑1/2”, a cylindrical vase, h. 10”, dia. 3‑1/2”, a lobed vase decorated with a temple, h. 9”, dia. 5”, a lobed and lidded cracker jar, h. 6”, dia. 5‑1/4”, a taller lobed cracker jar, h. 7‑1/2”, dia. 7‑1/2”, and an open bowl with a painted rim, h. 4”, dia. 9‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500 59 Eleven-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1880‑1920, including a chocolate or coffee pot, decorated with a figure riding a goldfish, h. 13‑1/2”, dia. 5‑1/2”, a lobed punch bowl, h. 5‑1/2”, dia. 12”, a covered vegetable dish with bamboo handles and knop, h. 4‑1/2”, w. 10‑1/4”, d. 6‑1/2”, an oval platter, w. 13”, d. 11”, an oval lobed platter, w. 10”, d. 7‑3/4”, two round chargers, dia. 12‑1/2”, a small lobed charger, dia. 8‑1/2”, a stacking tiffin, h. 8”, dia. 8‑1/4”, a flat dish decorated with ho-ho birds and molded sides, h. 2‑3/4”, dia. 15‑1/2”, and a vase decorated with birds and lizards, h. 10”, dia. 6‑1/2”.

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60 Japanese Imari Porcelain Fish Bowl ca. 1900, the exterior decorated with panels of birds, the interior with swimming gold fish. h. 19”, dia. 21” $1,000‑$1,500

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61 Queen Anne-Style Circassian Walnut Dressing Table late 19th century, with a banded top and a central “bookmatched” burl panel, the front fitted with a pair of side-by-side drawers and raised on Queen Anne legs ending in pad feet. h. 31”, w. 42”, d. 21” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $900‑$1,200

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62 Queen Anne-Style Scarlet and Black GiltJapanned Secretary 18th century and later, the molded broken cornice centered and flanked by giltwood finials above two domed doors, each door inset with a beveled and reverse-cut mirror plate and opening to a variety of drawers and cubbyholes surrounding a central cupboard, over two candle slides, the lower section fitted with a slant front opening to a storage well, drawers and cubbyholes over two short drawers and two graduated long drawers, raised on bun feet, the whole with gilt and faux-tortoise gesso designs in the chinoiserie taste. h. 83”, w. 37‑1/2”, d. 23” Provenance: Mill House Antiques, Woodbury, Connecticut; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $3,000‑$5,000

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63 Two Chinese Export Gilt and Black-Lacquered Boxes second quarter 19th century, the larger example with cut corners, decorated with Mandarin scenes and fitted with individual work compartments, h. 4‑1/2”, w. 14‑1/2”, d. 12‑1/4”, and the serpentine example raised on carved foo dog feet, fitted for games with a card box and individual trays for markers, dice, etc., h. 4‑1/4”, w. 13”, d. 7”. Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 64 George I-Style Gilt-Framed Looking Glass the arched mirror plate in a frame with a foliate- and scrollmodeled crest, the perimeter with gadrooned decor, the verso retaining a “Mirror Fair, N.Y.” paper label, identifying this as a “Georgian Mirror”, based on the William III period, ca. 1695. h. 68”, w. 38‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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65 Twenty-Three-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1900‑1925, including a ginger jar, h. 20‑1/2”, dia. 9‑1/2”, a pair of lobed ginger jars, h. 16”, dia. 6‑3/4”, a pair of compotes, h. 5”, dia. 5‑1/2”, five lobed dishes, dia. 8‑1/2”, a pair of lobed dishes, dia. 6‑1/2”, four rice bowls, h. 2‑1/2”, dia. 4‑1/2”, a pair of lobed dishes, dia. 4‑1/2”, a pair of footed dishes, h. 1‑1/4”, dia. 4”, a lobed charger, dia. 12”, a floral-decorated charger, dia. 16”, and a vase decorated with pomegranates, h. 7‑1/2”, dia. 4”. $1,000‑$1,500

66 Queen Anne-Style Polychrome Secretary 19th century, the double-domed and molded cornice above two domed doors, each inset with a shaped and raised panel, the lower section fitted with a slant front opening to a storage well, drawers and cubbyholes, surrounding a central cupboard, over two short drawers and two graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 86”, w. 39”, d. 21” $3,000‑$5,000

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67 Charles Edward John Leslie (British, 1839‑1886) “High Loch Scene with Sheep” and “High Loch Scene with Cattle” oils on canvas signed lower right and lower left, respectively. In matching frames, the former with artist plaque. each 12” x 24”, each framed 17‑1/4” x 29” $1,000‑$1,500

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68 Arthur William Redgate (British, 1860‑1906) “A Quiet Cottage on the Trent” and “Grazing Sheep” two oils on canvas each signed lower right, former signed, titled and London canvas stamp en verso. In matching period frames. 20” x 30”, framed 28‑1/2” x 38‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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69 William S. Rose, R.A. (British, 1810‑1873) “Hillside Farm near Cray, Kent”, 1860 oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso, frame backing with ca. 1940s black and white photo of back of canvas before it was relined, artist identified and titled on “N. R. Omell, London” gallery label and on “W. Russell Button, Douglas, Mich.” gallery label. Framed. 22‑1/2” x 38”, framed 28‑1/4” x 43‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500 69

70 Abraham Pether (British, 1756‑1812) “By the Shore at Dusk” oil on panel signed “A. Pether” lower left. Framed and with artist plaque. 12” x 20”, framed 18” x 25” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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71 F. Johnson (British, act. Late 19th/Early 20th Century) “Landscape: Going Off to Work”, 1892 oil on linen signed and dated lower right, stretcher with various numbers and remnants of inventory labels. Framed. 30” x 40”, framed 38‑1/8” x 48‑3/8” $1,000‑$1,500

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72 Pair of Continental Gilt-Bronze Altar Sticks second quarter 19th century, of tripartite form, with fluted column-form standards holding kylix-form tops, set with pricket candle holders, the bases with scrolled feet and images of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. h. 39”, w. 8‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 73 Portuguese Polychrome and Marble-Top Console Table 18th century, in the rococo taste, the shaped and bowed marble top above a conforming lattice-carved shaped frieze centered by a foliate shield and raised on molded cabriole legs with pendant scrolls and ending in foliate ball-and-claw feet. h. 34‑1/2”, w. 42‑1/2”, d. 22‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 74 Italian Giltwood Mirror in the Baroque Taste 74

20th century, the surround decorated with deeply pierced scrollwork and shells on each side, overlapping scallops framing the “antiqued” mirror plate. h. 41”, w. 32‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 75 Pair of Continental Polychrome Stools late 19th century, each with a foliate-patterned padded rectangular top raised on shaped legs ending in paw feet. h. 18”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 16” $1,000‑$1,500

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76 Rococo-Style Giltwood Mirror 20th century, with a mirror-inset surround decorated with molded leaves, scrollwork and rocaille work, the leaf-molded crest flanked by flowerheads. h. 56”, w. 35‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 77 Two Pairs of Continental Giltwood Wall Brackets ca. 1900, the smaller pair with fluted edges, supported on carved, pierced scrollwork, h. 7‑1/2”, w. 5‑3/4”, d. 3‑1/2”, and the larger examples with molded edges to the tops, supported on leaf-carved scrolls, the pierced back with carved flowerheads, h. 11‑3/4”, w. 10‑1/2”, d. 7”.

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Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $800‑$1,200 78 Continental Fruitwood and Marble-Top Center Table late 19th century, the rounded rectangular marble top with projecting edges, above a conforming frieze fitted with a central drawer to each side and featuring bands of pierced laurel leaf carvings with pendant floral garlands, raised on tapering circular legs with vertical bands of bellflower carving, joined by a like-carved urn-centered H-form stretcher and ending in bulb feet. h. 32”, w. 53”, d. 33” $2,500‑$4,000

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79 Pair of Italian Baroque-Style Giltwood Sconces first quarter 20th century, with cornucopia-shaped arms, carved with leaves and scrollwork, the candles set with wreaths of fruit, the backplates carved with acanthus leaves. h. 7‑1/4”, w. 7”, d. 17”

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$1,000‑$1,500 80 Pair of Continental Fruit Carvings in the Baroque Taste early 20th century, now mounted as lamps, the gilded clusters mounted on acrylic bases. h. 22”, w. 6”, d. 5” $1,000‑$1,500 81 Pair of Continental Faux Bois Occasional Tables 19th century, in the Louis XV taste, each with a rectangular top with a full raised edge and gilt accents, above a conforming parcel-gilt foliate-carved and pierced apron, raised on cabriole legs ending in foliate gilt accents. h. 26”, w. 26”, d. 20‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500 82 Pair of Baroque-Style Carved and Painted Torcheres 20th century, the top stand trimmed in carved leaves over a bulbous pierced support, the fluted standard on a matching support, on a tripod base with scrolled, leaf-carved legs. h. 60”, dia. 24” $1,000‑$1,500 82

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83 Continental School (19th Century) “Port of Istanbul” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 23‑1/4” x 36”, framed 26‑1/4” x 39‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 83

84 Continental School (19th Century) “Landscape Scene with Woman by a Bridge, Ruins in the Background” oil on canvas unsigned. In a carved wood frame. 19” x 54”, framed 24” x 57” $1,200‑$1,800 84

85 Near Pair of Italian Specimen Marble and Bronze Mirrors first quarter 19th century, with dentillated cornices, the rosso antico pilasters terminating in bronze classical masques at both the top and bottom, the upper tablets of antico verde marble, inset with a Carrara lozenge on one mirror, the opposite colors on the other. h. 45”, w. 33‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000

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86 Continental School (Fourth Quarter 18th/First Quarter 19th Century) “Portrait of a Young Woman” oil on linen unsigned, illegible stamps en verso. Framed. 20‑1/4” x 18”, framed 23‑5/8” x 21‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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87 Circle of Valentin de Boulogne (French/Rome, 1591‑1632) “Girl with a Gold Earring and Violin” oil on canvas, relined on linen and backed by masonite unsigned, a “Hiram H. Hoelzer (Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut)” art restoration label on stretcher. Framed. 26” x 19”, framed 32‑1/2” x 25‑7/8” $2,000‑$4,000

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88 Italian Cut, Reverse-Painted and Enameled Venetian Mirror

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first quarter 20th century, with an arched top and notched corners, the outside edges cut, the center elements reverse-painted dark blue and enamel with anthemia, scrollwork and sprays of leaves, executed in blue, red, white and gilt. h. 45‑1/4”, w. 33‑3/4”

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$1,500‑$2,500 89 Italian Carved and Painted Venetian Blackamoor Figure ca. 1900, the female figure in a fringed tunic, standing on a tasseled cushion, one arm raised and carrying a candle, now fitted for electricity. h. 43‑1/2”, w. 8”, d. 8‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 90 Venetian Carved and Painted Blackamoor on Pedestal ca. 1900, modeled wearing an elaborate tunic, breeches and stockings, colorfully “embroidered”, standing on a rocky outcropping, on a hexagonal marbleized base. h. 56‑1/2”, w. 11‑1/2”, d. 13‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 91 Pair of Venetian Nubian Blackamoors on Pedestals fourth quarter 19th century, the carved figures with glass eyes and dressed in loincloths, holding presentation salvers, mounted on pedestals, the tops carved with grass and flowers, the sides with incised panels and corner medallions. h. 49‑3/4”, w. 13‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

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92 Four Continental Porcelain and Metal Sconces first quarter 20th century, with intertwined twisted metal branches set with molded metal leaves, porcelain flowers and leaf-molded candle sockets. h. 13‑3/4”, w. 14”, d. 12‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 93 Pair of Italian Carved, Parcel-Gilt and Painted Armorial Plaques

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mid-20th century, each armorial with a shell crest and pierced swags of fruit and tassels on each side. h. 20‑1/2”, w. 13” $1,000‑$1,500 94 Italian Cut and Enameled Venetian Mirror ca. 1900, the octagonal-form mirror with a reverse-painted back plate and cut edges on the surround, decorated with gilt, blue and pink enamel rocaille work and sprays of flowers, the crest composed of reversecut scrolled glass segments, set with a matching oval reverse-painted segment. h. 41‑1/2”, w. 24‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 95 Italian Carved and Painted Venetian Blackamoor ca. 1900, the male youth dressed in a colorful vest, sash and breeches, standing on a tasseled cushion and posed with arms outstretched supporting a Birks, Montreal, 1939 sterling silver oval “vintage” dish monogrammed “RA”. h. 31‑1/2”, w. 12”, d. 11‑1/2”; dish 11” x 6‑3/4”; 6.44 t. oz. $1,000‑$1,500

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96 Carved, Painted and Parcel-Gilt Blackamoor 19th century, dressed in a fringed cape and a feathered breech clout, his left arm supporting a carved cornucopia set with a latticework basket trimmed with carved flowers. h. 36‑1/2”, w. 13‑3/4”, d. 8” $1,400‑$1,800 97 Pair of Venetian Blackamoors on Pedestals ca. 1900, Italian, the male and female couple dressed in complementary clothes, each holding a presentation salver, standing on painted gondolas raised on painted pedestals with swags of flowers supported by lion’s heads, raised on gilt paw feet. h. 62‑1/2”, w. 19”, d. 11‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 98 Pair of Italian Blackamoor Torchere Lamps third quarter 20th century, the bronze and patinated figures standing on rocky outcroppings, wearing embroidered jackets and feathered headdresses, carrying torches set with cut glass acorn-form shades. h. 61‑1/2”, w. 22”, d. 12”

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99 Italian Parcel-Gilt Mirror in the Baroque Taste fourth quarter 19th century, the ogee-form surround carved with leaves, alternating with bright gilt and bronze finishes, a cove lining the inner edge adjacent to the mirror plate. h. 70”, w. 45‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800

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100 Pair of Italian Giltwood Stools in the rococo taste, of curule form, each with a cushioned slung seat, raised on a molded giltwood folding X-form base with carved foliate accents, ending in runner feet. h. 18”, w. 21‑1/2”, d. 19” $1,000‑$1,500 101 Italian Walnut Fantasy Chair 19th century, in the form of a winged swan, the circular padded seat nestled between the carved wings, raised on a foliatecarved circular base. h. 29” $2,500‑$4,000 99

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102 Exceptional French Carved Walnut Sculpture of David fourth quarter 19th century, after the ca. 1440 bronze by Donatello (Italian, 1386‑1466) now conserved at the Museo Nazionale de Bargello, Florence, depicting the moment the young Old Testament shepherd, and future king, is about to slay the giant Goliath, incised signature “A. Mercie” along proper left side. h. 62‑1/2”, w. 24”, d. 19” 102

$6,000‑$9,000 103 Italian Mahogany-Inlaid Mirror second quarter 19th century, inlaid on three sides with acanthus leaves alternating with scratch-decorated bellflowers, the fourth side inlaid with palmettes and acanthus leaves in vasiform shapes. h. 40”, w. 37‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 104 Wooden Architectural Model 20th century, in the form of a classical building facade, with a pedimented wall and an accompanying loggia, the loggia supported on Doric columns, the pediment decorated with medallions and dentillated trim, the base scribed to represent brick or stone. h. 25”, w. 26”, d. 9‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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105 After Claude Joseph Vernet (French/Rome, 1714-1789) “Port de Mer d'Italie”, ca. 1800 oil on canvas unsigned. Presented in an elaborate George II-style architectural-style pine frame with a “broken” pediment. 40” x 50”, framed 71‑1/4” x 81‑1/4” Provenance: Private collection, Chicago, Illinois. $2,000‑$4,000

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106 Thaddeus Defrees (American, 1855‑1888) “Venice”, 1883 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Period gilt frame. 22” x 36”, framed 37” x 50‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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107 Francis Moltino (Italian/London, 1818‑1874) “The Grand Canal, Venice” oil on canvas signed lower right, a “Los Angeles Fine Art Gallery, California” label with artist and title en verso. Framed. 30” x 50”, framed 36‑1/2” x 56‑3/4” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500

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108 Pair of Venetian Carved and Painted Blackamoors ca. 1900, the figures wearing colorful tunics and fringed beeches, each holding aloft a presentation salver, their feet on painted gondolas, each on octagonal green faux marbre, raised on gilt paw feet. h. 55‑1/2”, w. 10”, d. 8‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 109 Italian Carved Giltwood Corner Chair late 19th century, in the rococo taste, with a carved angel crest, scrolled and carved splats, and raised on foliate-carved cabriole legs. h. 35‑1/2”, w. 33”, d. 33” $1,000‑$1,500 110 Pair of Giltwood Mirrors in the Italian Rococo Taste 20th century, each with a serpentine top, the crest carved with rocaille work set with flowers and flanked by scrollwork, with rocaille-trimmed scroll feet, the surround carved with scrollwork. h. 53”, w. 28” $2,000‑$4,000

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111 Six-Piece Collection of Italian Giltwood Carvings first quarter 20th century, including a pair of pierced bowknot crests, h. 8‑1/2”, w. 33‑1/2”, a pair of three-part graduated leaf-carved finials, h. 7‑1/2”, dia. 6”, and a pair of Corinthian pilaster capitals, h. 8”, w. 10”, d. 2‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500

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112 After Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio, Italian, 1483‑1520) “Madonna della Sedia” oil on canvas unsigned, after the ca. 1513/14 painting now conserved at the Palazzo Pitti, Florence. Presented in an elaborate antique gesso and carved giltwood frame. 29‑1/2” x 29‑1/2”, framed 54‑1/2” x 45‑1/2” $5,000‑$8,000

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113 Pair of Italian Mirrored Sconces 20th century, set with convex mirrors, the backplates with finials depicting pierced anthemia and urns, the leaf-carved candle arms set with floriform drip pans and turned candle sockets, the lower section decorated with carved laurel and acanthus leaves, electrified. h. 30‑1/2”, w. 13” $1,000‑$1,500

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114 Italian Fruitwood Bombe Commode late 18th century, the stepped and shaped top above a bombe case fitted with two short drawers over two long drawers, each banded, raised on cabriole legs headed by foliate carving and ending in peg feet. h. 36”, w. 40”, d. 16‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 115 Pair of Nineteenth-Century Decorative Grisaille Paintings of “Satyrs and Nymphs”, both oils on canvas, unsigned. In matching frames. each 12‑1/2” x 16‑1/2”, framed 19‑1/4” x 22‑1/2”

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116 Pair of Continental Walnut and Giltwood Torcheres 18th century, each with a banded, quarter-veneered shaped circular top raised on a paneled, foliate-carved shaped giltwood standard to three splayed legs ending in scrolled toes. h. 37”, dia. 12”

118 Pair of Mangani Porcelain and Bronze Urns in the Rococo Style ca. 1970s-1980s, Italian, with black and gilt marbleized bodies, set with molded gilt-bronze handles and finials, raised on gilt-bronze bases, labeled “Mangani” on the base. h. 30‑3/4”, w. 11‑1/4”, d. 8‑1/4”

$3,500‑$5,000

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fourth quarter 19th century, the oblong mirror lined with pierced rocaille work and edged with scrollwork, the sides and top decorated with pierced flowering vines, the crest with pierced scrollwork crowned with an anthemion. h. 49”, w. 61‑1/2”

19th century, the rectangular marble top with a molded edge and serpentine front, above a conforming case fitted with three long drawers, all with inlaid banding, raised on cabriole legs ending in block feet. h. 35‑1/2”, w. 49”, d. 26‑1/2”

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120 Pair of Italian White-Glazed Terracotta Lions 20th century, the lions seated on unglazed terracotta plinths. h. 30”, w. 12”, d. 27” $1,000‑$1,500

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121 Italian Cut and Engraved Venetian Mirror 20th century, the crest in the shape of a leaf flanked by scrollwork, with beveled edges and cut with flowers and “dots”, the mirrored “cushion” surround engraved with sprays of flowers and leaves. h. 58‑1/4”, w. 37” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500

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122 Giuseppe Gambogi (Italian, 1862‑1938) “Amore” carved alabaster faint incised signature and localized “Firenze” at back. h. 34”, w. 17”, d. 16” $1,800‑$2,500

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123 Aristide Fontana (Italian, 19th Century) “Bust of a Young Girl in a Feathered Cap” carved marble signed at back. h. 27‑1/2”, w. 14”, d. 9” $1,000‑$1,500

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124 Vittorio Caradossi (Italian/Florence, 1861‑1918) “The Nereids” carved alabaster the nymphs of the sea sinuously twisting against a rocky outcropping, signed at back, on a thin black marble base. h. 37‑1/2” w. 15‑1/2”, d. 18”, base h. 1‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 Caradossi attended the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, studying under the acclaimed sculptor Augusto Rivalta (1837‑1925). Eschewing the grand historicizing monuments espoused by his teacher, Caradossi specialized in Classical or Allegorical depictions of the elegant nude female form. These exquisitely carved sculptures are surprisingly complex in composition, with entwined, twisting figures.

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125 Pair of Italian Carved Marble Planters late 19th century, in the Renaissance taste, each with an oblong bowl reliefcarved with grapes and the masque of Bacchus, supported by four columnarform legs with spiral- and foliate-carved motifs and mounted to a platform base. h. 44”, w. 32”, d. 13‑1/2” $5,000‑$8,000

126 Pair of Cast Stone Figural Pedestal Jardinieres each modeled as Atlas supporting a square jardiniere bowl. h. 50”, w. 23‑3/4”, d. 23‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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127 Circle of Dirck Hals (Dutch, 1591‑1656) “The Garden Party” oil on wood panel backed by cradled board unsigned. Framed. 21” x 30”, framed 31‑3/4” x 40‑5/8” Provenance: Private collection, Chicago, Illinois. $6,000‑$9,000 128 Continental School (18th Century) “The Lame Mule” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 18” x 22‑1/2”, framed 24” x 28‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 128

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130 Follower of Jan Davidsz de Heem (Dutch/Belgian, 1606‑1684)

“Pair of Floral Still Lifes”

“Two Vanitas Still Lifes”

each oil on canvas unsigned, a “Roma” label en verso. In matching frames. 18‑1/2” x 14‑1/2”, framed 24” x 20”

each oil on canvas each unsigned, one with “Chapman Bros., Chelsea” shipper’s label on frame backing. Framed alike. each 24” x 20”, framed 31‑1/4” x 27‑1/4”

$1,500‑$2,500

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131 After Paulus Potter (Dutch, 1625‑1654) “The Bull” pastel unsigned, a typewritten label identifying artist, title and provenance en verso. Framed. sight 17” x 22‑1/2”, framed 22” x 27” $1,000‑$1,500

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132 Jacob van Strij (Dutch, 1756‑1815) “Herding Cattle” oil on panel signed lower right, a “Huis Vyncke Kaders, Borgerhout (Belgium)” label en verso. Framed. 18‑1/4” x 26”, framed 25” x 32‑3/4” $1,500‑$2,500

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133 French Provincial Oak Buffet a Deux Corps late 18th century and later, the overhanging cornice above a foliate-carved frieze and two doors, each inset with two shaped panels, the lower section with a rectangular marble top over a case fitted with two cupboard doors, each inset with a shaped panel over a scalloped frieze, raised on shaped toes. h. 99”, w. 59‑1/2”, d. 28‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 134 Pair of Louis XIV-Style Parcel-Gilt Fruitwood Fauteuils a la Reine early 20th century, each with a tall padded back joined by downswept acanthine-carved arms to the padded seat, raised on paneled tapering square legs headed by a gilt foliate capital and ending in block feet. h. 47” $1,200‑$1,800 135 French Painted Metal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the six-light chandelier composed of scrollwork and leaves, and set with lotus flower-form candle sockets. h. 33‑1/2”, dia. 28” $1,000‑$1,500

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136 Five Continental Terracotta Amphoras 20th century, some with incised wave decoration on the shoulders, two with green-glazed upper portions and one saltglazed. h. 14‑1/2” to 21”, dia. 7‑1/2” to 10‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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137 Provincial Louis XV Fruitwood Armoire late 18th century, the bonnet top over a floral- and leafcarved frieze, over a pair of doors, each with three shaped, raised panels and supported by full-length fiche hinges, the scalloped apron with like carving, raised on cabriole legs with French toes. h. 99‑3/4”, w. 52”, d. 24” Provenance: Estate of Frank Clancy Dupepe, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800

138 Regence-Style Fruitwood and Marble-Top Commode late 18th century, the rectangular marble top with a molded edge and serpentine front, above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over two long drawers, all with incised banding, raised on shaped feet. h. 33”, w. 52‑1/2”, d. 26‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

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139 Five Palissy Seafood Plates 20th century, the collection including one with a stone crab and two with lobsters, with shell borders, dia. 13”, one with a stone crab, dia. 10”, and one with a spider crab, dia. 10”. $1,000‑$1,500

140 Large Provincial Louis-Philippe Fruitwood Cabinet second quarter 19th century, the upper section with a molded cornice over two pairs of bipartite paneled doors, flanked by pilasters, on a base with three pairs of paneled doors, raised on block feet. h. 90‑3/4”, w. 110‑1/4”, d. 27” 139

$1,000‑$1,500

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141 French Provincial Fruitwood Buffet mid-19th century, the rounded rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two cupboard doors, each inset with a shaped panel, raised above a scalloped apron on shaped feet. h. 39”, w. 54”, d. 24‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 142 French Wrought Iron Chandelier 20th century, the eight-light chandelier with an arched frame terminating in scrollwork, the lower edge decorated with a band of closed scrollwork, the candle sockets molded with scalloped drip pans on scrolled supports. h. 33”, dia. 42‑1/2”

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$1,500‑$2,500 143 Provincial Louis XV-Style Fruitwood Bonnetiere 19th century, with an arched cornice over a pair of shaped and paneled doors, the mid-section with a row of three drawers above another pair of doors, raised on short cabriole legs. h. 91”, w. 59”, d. 24”

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$1,500‑$2,500 144 French Provincial Walnut Farmhouse Table early 19th century, the rounded rectangular top above a scalloped frieze, raised on cabriole legs ending in pointed toes. h. 28‑1/2”, w. 31”, l. 99” $1,200‑$1,800

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145 Charles Coumont (Flemish, 1822‑1889) “Two Bulls Locking Horns with Goats, Sheep and Cattle” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 31” x 35‑1/2”, framed 40” x 44‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 146 Charles Coumont (Flemish, 1822‑1889) “Cattle Resting by the Duck Pond”, 1887 145

oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 29‑1/4” x 41‑7/8”, framed 35‑1/2” x 49” $2,000‑$4,000 147 Ildephonse Stocquart (Belgian, 1819‑1889) “Farm Scenes with Cattle” two oils on canvas each signed and dated “1872” lower right. Framed alike. 19‑3/4” x 31‑3/4”; 20‑3/4” x 31‑5/8”, framed 28‑1/2” x 40‑1/4”; 28‑3/4” x 40” $1,800‑$2,500

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148 Leon Victor Dupre (French, 1816‑1879) “Paysage de Fleuve” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 19‑1/4” x 25‑1/2”, framed 24‑1/2” x 30‑3/4” $2,000‑$4,000

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149 French School (Second Half 19th Century) “The Suspicious Dog” oil on canvas signed “Th. Boit” lower left. Framed. 9‑1/2” x 12‑3/4”, framed 15” x 18” $1,000‑$1,500

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150 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857‑1927) “A Herd of Goats” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 25‑1/2” x 19‑3/4”, framed 32‑1/2” x 26‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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151 Cornelis Koppenol (Dutch, 1865‑1946) “Farm Yard with Chickens, Roosters and a Cow”, 1906 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right, an illegible stamp and handwritten inscription en verso. Framed. 21‑1/2” x 28”, framed 27‑1/2” x 34” $1,200‑$1,800

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152 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857‑1927) “Shepherdess and Her Flock of Sheep” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 20” x 29‑1/2”, framed 27” x 35‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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153 Willem Linnig the Elder (Belgium, 1819‑1885) “The Courtship” oil on panel signed lower left. Period frame. 12‑1/2” x 14‑1/2”, framed 20” x 22” $1,200‑$1,800

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154 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857‑1927) “The Cock Fight” oil on canvas signed lower left. Period ornate gilt frame with artist plaque. 21‑1/2” x 25‑3/4”, framed 33‑1/2” x 38” $1,500‑$2,500

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155 Fred Frauenfelder (Dutch, b. 1945) “Landscape with Chickens by a Pond, Windmill in the Distance” oil on wood panel signed lower left. Framed. 11‑5/8” x 15‑5/8”, framed 19‑1/4” x 23‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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156 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857‑1927) “Farmyard with Work Horses and Chickens” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 24” x 35‑1/2”, framed 32” x 43” $1,500‑$2,500

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157 Pair of Louis XV-Style Polychrome Fauteuils ca. 1900, each with a shell- and foliate-carved crest, the molded stiles joined to open arms with leaf-carved ends, with serpentine apron and cabriole legs joined by shaped stretchers. h. 36”

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$1,800‑$2,500 158 Provincial Louis XV-Style Polychrome Commode 20th century, the shaped and molded overhanging top above two carved long drawers and raised on short legs with scrolled toes, bearing the label of Auffray & Co., New York. h. 34‑1/2”, w. 47”, d. 21” $1,500‑$2,500 159 Impressive French Gilded Age Bronze Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, the reeded vasiform standard supporting delicate scrollwork arms and decorations, and molded flowerheads and bellflowers, the candles set on three tiers. h. 46”, dia. 33”

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$1,000‑$1,500 160 French Bronze-Mounted Porcelain Garniture Urn ca. 1900, now mounted as a lamp, with a bronze base and handles molded with acanthus leaves and laurel-molded ring pulls, hand-painted with a courting couple and their chaperone in 18th-century costume, on a bleu celeste ground. h. 32‑1/2”, w. 10‑1/2”, d. 10‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 160

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161 French School (18th Century) “Marquise de Pompadour Tenant une Colombe” pastel on paper unsigned. Glazed and framed. 23‑1/2” x 19‑3/8”, framed 28‑1/4” x 24” $1,000‑$1,500 162 Louis XV-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode 20th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming bombe case fitted with two long quarter-veneered drawers above a shaped ormolu-mounted apron, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots. h. 37”, w. 48”, d. 23”

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$1,000‑$1,500 163 Louis XV-Style Creme-Peinte and Parcel-Gilt Fauteuil the domed and padded back surmounted by a floral-carved crest, joined by padded arms on molded uprights to the padded seat, raised on cabriole legs ending in gilt scrolled toes, upholstered in silk velvet. h. 34” Provenance: Frederick P. Victoria & Son, Inc., New York, New York; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 164 Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Stand

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ca. 1900, the circular top with a gadrooned edge, on a shaped tripodal base with a floral- and shell-carved shelf stretcher and scroll feet, adorned with argente accents throughout. h. 27‑1/2”, w. 19”, d. 19” $1,000‑$1,500

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165 French Gilt-Bronze and Crystal Chandelier mid-20th century, with a molded glass-clad standard and sixteen scrolled bronze candle arms set with pinecones and flowers, on two levels, hung with cascades and sprays of drops. h. 31”, w. 25” $2,000‑$4,000 166 French Carved Giltwood Trumeau Mirror ca. 1900, with a floral- and ribbon-carved crest above an oval oil-on-canvas pastoral courting scene and large plate mirror below. h. 66”, w. 56” $1,000‑$1,500 167 French Tapestry early 20th century, with a central framed medallion of a courtly courting couple within a lush park setting, an architectural surround with floral garlands and ribbon swags, overall ribbon and eggand-dart border, rendered in deep, rich tones of gold, crimson and scarlet. h. 91”, w. 74” $1,500‑$2,500

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168 Louis XV-Style Kingwood and MarbleTop Side Table late 19th century, the shaped, slightly concave rectangular Breche d’Alep marble top above a conforming case fitted with two quarter-veneered drawers, the sides veneered en suite, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots. h. 29”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 13‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 169 French Brass and Crystal Chandelier 20th century, in the rococo taste, the fifteen-light chandelier having a vasiform scroll-molded standard set with scrolled candle arms and matched sockets on two levels, hung with cut crystal drops and a faceted sphere pendant finial. h. 37”, dia. 28” $1,800‑$2,500 170 Louis XV Giltwood Barometer

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fourth quarter 18th century, the case now mounted with Victorian works, decorated with trophies of war, with a helmet finial supporting a carved swag, the surround carved with a sword and horns. h. 43”, w. 20” $1,500‑$2,500 171 Pair of French Porcelain and Gilt-Bronze Garniture Urns

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first quarter 20th century, the white porcelain urns decorated with raised gilt trophies and scrollwork, and mounted with gilt-bronze scrolled handles and bases, the fluted porcelain covers with bronze pinecone knops. h. 23”, w. 9” $1,000‑$1,500

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172 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Settee early 20th century, of box form, the low caned back and downswept double-caned sides within an annulated and molded frame and above the cushioned caned seat, raised above a scalloped floral-spray-carved apron on molded cabriole legs headed by foliate carving and ending in scrolled toes. h. 29”, w. 41‑1/2”, d. 19” $1,000‑$1,500

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173 French Tapestry of the Spoils of War early 20th century, with classically draped figures, putti and exotic animals within antique architectural ruins, a city in the distance. h. 86”, w. 107” $1,000‑$1,500

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174 Pair of Patinated and Polished Bronze Figural Centerpieces in the Louis XV style, each base with three putti riding dolphins and supporting a tazza-form upper section decorated with rocaille molding. h. 13”, dia. 12‑1/2” 174

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175 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Console Table 19th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming frieze with pierced floral panels flanking a foliate shell, raised on molded cabriole legs headed by acanthine capitals, joined by a foliate shield-centered X-form stretcher and ending in acanthine scrolled toes. h. 33‑1/2”, w. 53‑1/2”, d. 23” $2,500‑$4,000 176 Pair of Large Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Temple Jars and Covers late 20th century, each of baluster form with everted neck supporting a domed cover with flared lip and pear-form finial, decorated to the exterior with designs of flowers and rockwork in a terraced setting, with a key pattern border encircling the splayed foot. h. 27”, dia. 12‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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177 Louis XIV-Style Bronze and Crystal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the eight-light chandelier with a gilt-bronze frame set with scrolled arms terminating in floriform drip pans and turned candle sockets, decorated with molded glass finials and mauve and colorless drops. h. 33”, dia. 23” $1,200‑$1,800 178 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Console Table late 19th century, the shaped marble top above a conforming lattice-patterned frieze centered by a foliate shell shield, raised on C-scroll legs joined by an X-form stretcher centered by a foliate shell and ending in scrolled toes. h. 36”, w. 45‑1/2”, d. 21‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500

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181 Four Meissen Porcelain Figures Depicting the Elements

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179 Pair of Louis XV-Style Giltwood Stools early 20th century, each with an upholstered cushion over a scalloped and carved frame, raised on cabriole legs ending in French toes, upholstered in burgundy velvet. h. 19”, w. 28”, d. 18‑1/2”

second quarter 20th century, German, including an “air” example of a putto putting birds in a cage, his hair blowing, h. 4‑3/4”, w. 4‑3/4”, d. 2‑3/4”, an “earth” example of a putto shoveling in the ground, potted plants at his side, h. 4‑1/2”, w. 4‑1/2”, d. 2‑3/4”, a “fire” example with a putto stirring a cup of chocolate, with an adjacent kettle bubbling over a brazier, h. 4‑1/2”, w. 4‑1/4”, d. 2‑3/4”, and a “water” example of a putto holding a fish in each hand, a fish trap and lobster tray at his feet, h. 4‑1/4”, w. 4‑3/4”, d. 2‑3/4”, all with blue underglaze crossed swords marks and various incised numerals. Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 41. $1,000‑$1,500

$1,500‑$2,500 180 Pair of Louis XV-Style Fruitwood Bergeres late 19th century, each with a domed and padded back and downswept sides within a molded foliate-carved frame, to the cushioned seat, raised on molded cabriole legs headed by floral capitals and ending in acanthine toes. h. 38” $1,500‑$2,500

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182 Two Meissen Porcelain Figures of a Tailor and His Wife fourth quarter 19th century, German, the tailor carrying scissors and riding a goat with an iron in its mouth, with incised “171” and impressed “13”, h. 8‑3/4”, w. 6‑1/2”, d. 3”, and the tailor’s wife carrying a nursing child and riding on a goat with a nursing kid, with incised “151” and impressed “65”, h. 7”, w. 6”, d. 2‑1/2”, both with underglaze blue crossed sword marks and overglaze “71.” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 218.

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183 Two Meissen Porcelain Figures of Rosenkavalier and His Companion 19th century, German, from the “Lace Gardener” series created by Acier between 1764 and 1779, with porcelain lace trimming the male gardener’s waist coat and ruff and the female’s bodice and skirt ruffle, both with underglaze blue crossed swords, the male with incised “C 13.” and impressed “127”, the female with incised “C 12.” and impressed “124” . h. 6”, dia. 2‑1/4” and h. 6‑3/4”, dia. 2‑1/2” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 185. $1,000‑$1,500

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184 Two Meissen Porcelain Figural Groups ca. 1860‑1922, German, the first example depicting the four seasons, comprising a putto with wheat, a putto atop a cask with goblet raised, a putto holding flowers, and another seated, holding a brazier, overall h. 5‑3/4”, w. 5‑3/4”, d. 4‑1/2”, with underglaze blue crossed swords, incised “1068”, impressed “69” and overglaze “63.” in black, the other example possibly depicting the end of war, with two cherubs, their helmets, swords and shields on the ground beside them, overall h. 5‑3/4”, w. 5‑1/4”, d. 3‑1/2”, with underglaze blue crossed swords and rouge-de-fer “1.” 184

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185 Louis XIV-Style Aubusson Carpet 7’ 10” x 9’ 9” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 186 Pair of Louis XV-Style Polychrome and Parcel-Gilt Fauteuils each with an upholstered back joined to open arms with scroll ends, on leaf-carved supports, serpentine seat and cabriole legs ending in French toes, now upholstered in salmon velvet. h. 43‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 187 Five-Piece Collection of Meissen Porcelain Parrot Figures

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German, including a pair of parrots perched on stumps, fourth quarter 19th century, with underglaze blue crossed swords, one with incised “63”, the other with incised “20.”, h. 12‑1/4”, w. 6”, d. 3‑1/2”, an assembled pair of parrots on molded and pierced gilt-bronze bases, attributed to Kandler, ca. 1741, one with faint blue crossed swords, h. 7‑1/4”, w. 4‑1/2”, d. 4‑1/4”, and a smaller parrot on a stump, fourth quarter 19th century, with underglaze blue crossed swords, incised “HL 9.” and overglaze “21.”, h. 5‑3/4”, w. 3‑1/2”, d. 2‑3/4”. Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), pp. 43, 44 and 45. $1,200‑$1,800

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188 Pair of Meissen Porcelain Parrots fourth quarter 19th century, German, the parrots perched on tree stumps, the stumps molded with flowering vines and cherries, and various insects and snails, both with underglaze blue crossed swords, one with incised “20” and impressed “85”, the other incised “20 X”, both with overglaze black “21.” h. 11”, w. 5”, d. 6” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 49. $1,200‑$1,800 188

189 Rare Meissen Porcelain Cockerel-Form Tea Pot mid-18th century, German, first produced by Kandler in 1739, with carefully hand-painted feathers, with a faint blue crossed swords mark and incised numerals. h. 6‑1/2”, w. 9‑1/2”, d. 3” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 235. $1,000‑$1,500

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190 Meissen Porcelain Figure of a Hunting Dog

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first quarter 19th century, German, poised on a mossy earthen mound, with a fluted and molded base, the collar marked “FA”, believed by some to stand for Frederick Augustus, elector of Saxony from 1774, with underglaze blue crossed swords and incised “C.27”. h. 7‑1/4”, w. 9‑3/4”, d. 5‑1/2” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. Literature: Deloris Hensi, The H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr. Meissen Collection (New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997), p. 60. $1,200‑$1,800 191 Louis XV-Style Polychrome and Onyx-Top Center Table 20th century, the turtle-form top with an inset onyx surface, above a conforming scrolling foliate frieze, raised on molded cabriole legs headed by foliate carving and ending in scrolled toes. h. 29”, w. 36‑1/2”, d. 24” $1,000‑$1,500

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192 French/Belgian School (Fourth Quarter 19th/First Quarter 20th Century) “Vie Quotidienne dans La Campagne” grisaille oil on wood panel unsigned. Unframed. 22” x 32” $1,000‑$1,500

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193 Pair of Impressive Meissen Porcelain Potpourri Urns ca. 1860‑1922, German, the urns hand-painted with figures in an Arcadian glade, the scenes framed in sculpted porcelain fruit and flowers, with putti “handles” on each side and more putti on the bases, the covers with pierced scrollwork and sculpted floral “handles”. h. 22‑1/4”, w. 10‑1/4”, d. 7‑3/4” $4,000‑$7,000

194 Pair of Louis XV-Style Polychrome and Marble-Top Side Tables 20th century, each with a rectangular top with a molded edge, above a conforming scalloped frieze with diamondpatterned incising and a central gilt shell, raised on cabriole legs headed by a foliate shield and ending in scrolled toes. h. 24‑1/2”, w. 27”, d. 17”

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195 Attributed to Hubert Robert (French, 1733‑1808)

197 French Handwoven Verdure Tapestry of a Deer Hunt by a Lake

“Washwomen near Village Wall” and “Children Gathering Water at a Fountain”

19th century, with a gentleman of the court on horseback, directing his hunting dogs and their trainers, within a lush forest setting with a chateau in the distance, rendered in deep tones of greens, browns and scarlet. h. 79”, w. 139”

each sanguine counterproof on laid paper each unsigned. Each matted, glazed and framed alike. 11‑5/8” x 9‑1/4” and 12” x 9‑1/2”, respectively; each framed 17” x 15” $1,000‑$1,500 196 Louis XV-Style Fruitwood Fauteuil early 20th century, the back with an arched top rail, joined to open arms with foliate-carved scroll ends, shell-carved serpentine seat and cabriole legs, upholstered in cut velvet. h. 42‑3/4” $1,500‑$2,500

$1,500‑$2,500 198 Louis XV-Style Ormolu-Mounted Mahogany Bureau Plat 20th century, having a banded rectangular top with an inset leather blotter and cast brass edging, one side fitted with three drawers, verso with three like faux drawers, raised on cabriole legs ending in cast sabots, the whole richly accented with ormolu mounts. h. 29”, w. 68”, d. 38‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000

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199 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Barometer second half 19th century, the thermometer section with a bowknot crest and bellflower drops, the barometer lined with rocaille carving, the lower section with pierced and carved leaves and carved flowerheads. h. 37‑1/2”, w. 12” $1,000‑$1,500 200 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Mirror ca. 1900, the serpentine crest with pierced scrollwork and flowerheads, the molded sides and base decorated with bunches of flowers and pierced leaves. h. 55‑1/2”, w. 33‑1/2” 199

$1,000‑$1,500

201 Louis XV-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Console Table 19th century, the shaped marble top above a foliate- and floralpierced frieze, raised on acanthine-carved C-scroll legs joined by a pierced stretcher and ending in scrolled toes. h. 35”, w. 33‑1/2”, d. 18”

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$1,500‑$2,500 202 French Bronze Gasolier in the Louis XV Style fourth quarter 19th century, the reeded standard with spiraled bronze leaves and buds, the candle sockets and drip pans set on two levels amongst a profusion of molded acanthus leaves. h. 39”, dia. 27” $1,000‑$1,500

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203 Impressive French Gilded Age Gilt-Bronze Centerpiece fourth quarter 19th century, set with gilt-bronze lilies mingled with fourteen lilies set with candle sockets, the base decorated with scenes from Dionysian celebration, with drinking putti on the sides of the grape-trimmed basket, a pair of kneeling putti on the base. h. 28”, w. 23”, d. 20” $10,000‑$15,000

204 Louis XV-Style Ormolu-Mounted Kingwood Vitrine early 20th century, the domed cornice with a gadroon ormolu band above a bombe glazed door with lower floral panel, the sides en suite, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots, the whole accented with ormolu mounts and millwork. h. 67”, w. 34”, d. 15” $1,500‑$2,500 203

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205 Regence-Style Kingwood and Marble-Top Commode the shaped marble top above a bombe case fitted with two long drawers, all within a scrolling ormolu mount and with an inlaid floral spray, the sides inlaid en suite, raised on splayed legs ending in sabots. h. 34”, w. 48”, d. 22‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. 204

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206 Louis XV-Style Kingwood and Ormolu-Mounted Bureau Plat late 19th century, the rectangular top with an inset leather surface within an ormolu banding with corner mounts, above a frieze fitted with three parquetry-veneered drawers to one side and three like faux drawers to the other, raised on cabriole legs headed by ormolu maiden’s heads and ending in sabots. h. 30‑1/2”, w. 72”, d. 38” $3,000‑$5,000 207 Pair of Louis XV-Style Gilt-Bronze Sconces

208 Chinese Export Gilt-Bronze and Porcelain Ginger Jar fourth quarter 19th century, the jar with a gilt-bronze foot and base, and rocaille-molded candle sockets on each side and the center front, the domed cover fitted into a pierced bronze rim. h. 26‑1/2”, w. 11”, d. 11” $2,500‑$4,000 209 Pair of Louis XV-Style Polychrome Fauteuils

mid-20th century, molded with rocaille work and leaves, the candle cups and drip pans molded to match. h. 22‑1/2”, w. 16”, d. 7”

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210 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome, Parcel-Gilt and Marble-Top Tri-Fold Vanity Mirror ca. 1900, the central mirror with a floral-carved crest and floral swags below, the lower portion with a low marble-top console and flanked by hinged mirrors to each side, with mounted marble-top bracket shelves, the back side decorated with a painted urn and flowers. h. 72”, w. 58”, d. 13” $1,500‑$2,500 211 Pair of Louis XV-Style Gilt-Bronze and Cut Crystal Potpourri Urns 20th century, possibly Baccarat, the inverted pearshaped urns decorated with diamond-point cutting and mounted with bronze bases, swan’s neck handles and swags of oak leaves, the pierced necks set with bronze covers. h. 20‑1/4”, w. 6‑1/2”, d. 6‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500 212 Louis XV-Style Kingwood and Burled Elm Commode

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213 French Bronze and Crystal Chandelier first quarter 20th century, of neoclassical inspiration, with a cutcrystal-clad standard, the scrolled candle arms on two levels, set with bronze candle sockets, hung with cascades of crystal drops and sprays of mauve drops hung from crystal flowers. h. 57”, dia. 36” $1,000‑$1,500 214 Louis XV-Style Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, the arched crest with scrollwork and rocaille work, with a molded surround and cut corners, decorated with cabochons and scrollwork. h. 58‑1/2”, w. 31”

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Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,200‑$1,800 215 Louis XV-Style Mahogany Bureau Plat 20th century, the shaped rectangular top with an inset leather writing surface, above a conforming frieze fitted with three parquetry-paneled drawers to one side and three like faux drawers to the other, raised on cabriole legs headed by ormolu maiden’s heads and ending in sabots. h. 30”, w. 54”, d. 30‑1/2”

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216 Pair of French Marble, Bronze and Wooden Lamps fourth quarter 19th century, in the Louis XV taste, on ebonized wooden bases, the mottled red, gray and white marble urns mounted with bronze handles with cherub heads and bronze laurel swags. h. 38”, dia. 8” $1,200‑$1,800

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217 Unusual French Giltwood Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the six-light chandelier decorated with carved bellflowers, fluting and acanthus leaves, set with a carved finial, the scrolled arms with beaded drip pans and turned sockets. h. 26‑1/2”, dia. 23” $1,200‑$1,800 218 Transitional Louis XV/XVI-Style Occasional Table early 20th century, the oval Breche d’Alep marble top within a threequarter pierced brass gallery, above a parquetry floral-inlaid frieze fitted with a writing slide and a small end drawer, raised on molded cabriole legs joined by a parquetry-inlaid stretcher shelf and ending in sabots. h. 30‑3/4”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 15‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500 219 Transitional Louis XV/XVI-Style Kingwood Occasional Table

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early 20th century, the circular top banded and with a lattice parquetry design, above a conforming like-inlaid frieze fitted with a single drawer, raised on cabriole legs joined by a circular shelf and ending in sabots. h. 29”, dia. 16” $1,000‑$1,500 220 Transitional Louis XV/XVI-Style Occasional Table early 20th century, the oval top within a three-quarter pierced brass gallery and with a parquetry pattern surrounding a central floral spray, above a conforming frieze fitted with a candle slide and one small end drawer, joined by molded legs to a lower concave stretcher shelf and continuing to sabots. h. 29”, w. 26”, d. 18‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 219

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221 The Compleat Florist London: printed for J. Duke and sold by J. Robinson, 1747; octavo, with 100 handcolored plates of flowers and engraved frontispiece, in brown quarter leather on marbled endpapers (the front board nearly detached), the flat spine with gilt-stamped lettering and decoration. [Nissen BBI 554; Dunthorne 102; Henrey 102; Stearn, p. 70] leaf 21.4 cm x 13.0 cm; overall 22.2 cm x 14.0 cm $2,000‑$4,000

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222 Pierre Joseph Jacquin (1779 -1856), Monographie Complete du Melon Paris: Rousselon, 1832; with 33 hand-colored engravings, in red half morocco on red cloth, the spine with gilt lettering, with marbled endpapers. [Stafleu-Cowan 3324; Nissen BBI 967; Pritzel I 4819; Bourquelot-Maury IV 373] leaf 22.3 cm x 14.5 cm; overall 22.8 cm x 15.5 cm $1,000‑$1,500

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Early bibliographies identify the author of this singular monograph “Jacquin aine” as Hector Jacquin (1823‑1875), but it is now known to be his father, Pierre Joseph Jacquin (1779‑1856), a prominent Parisian seed merchant. He was born on March 19, 1779 in SaintMaurice-Montcouronne, Essone the son of gardener Pierre Jacques Jacquin (1741‑1804) and Catherine Anne Tupier. After his father’s death, the family moved to Paris where Pierre Joseph established his seed business and, in 1810, married Marie Antoinette Bourbouret (1776‑1857). The couple had no children, but on October 14, 1823, Jacquin was testator to the birth of Joseph Hector Pilatre, the illegitimate son of 27‑year-old lacemaker Virginie Sophie Pilatre. Jacquin would acknowledge paternity of the child in July 1849, formally adopting him as son and heir Hector Jacquin the following month. Hector joined his father’s business, styled “Jacquin fils”, and the “Jacquin jeune” whose name appears alongside “Jacquin aine” on several monographs (dahlias, chicory, etc.) was Pierre Joseph’s younger brother, Pierre Nicolas Jacquin (1795‑1870). The seed firm was known as Jacquin freres until Pierre Joseph’s death in 1856, thereafter as Jacquin jeune until the younger Jacquin’s death in 1869. It continued as Martin-Jacquin (Emile Theodor Martin had married Jacquin jeune’s daughter Marie Louise Marcelline in 1869), eventually being assumed by Jean Hoibian in the late 19th century. (Hector Pilatre-Jacquin had earlier left the business and died in Buenos Aires on June 13, 1875.)

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223 Collection of Seven 18th- and 19th-Century English Botanical Books most with hand-colored plates, including: Rene Rapin, Of Gardens (London: W. Bowyer for B. Lintot, [1718]) trans. James Gardner, 2nd ed., in full tan calf with tooled decoration, later spine with raised bands, brown panel and gilt lettering and decoration, four engraved plates by by E. Kirkall after L. Cheron (engraved portrait frontispiece lacking), armorial bookplate, 7‑3/4” x 5‑1/4”. Ebenezer Sibley, Culpeper’s English Physician and Complete Herbal (London: British Directory Office and Champant & Whitrow, [1798], with engraved plates (some hand-colored), in full brown “tree” leather with gilt decoration, the later spine with red and black panels and gilt lettering, rule and decoration, with marbled endpapers, 10‑7/8” x 8‑3/4”. [Elizabeth and Sarah Mary Fitton], Conversations on Botany (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees et al., 1818), 2nd ed., hand-colored plates by James Sowerby, in a publisher’s binding covered with vellum spine and “gingham” papers, 7‑1/2” x 4‑7/8”. Conrad Loddiges & Sons, Botanical Cabinet, Vol. III (London: John & Arthur Arch, et al., 1818), hand-colored plates by George Cooke (nos. 201‑300), in black half leather on brown paper boards with gilt fillet, the spine with raised bands and gilt lettering, rule and decoration, the edges cut and gilt, 8‑1/4” x 7”. [Cleveland 806; StafleuCowan TL2 4914; Nissen BBI 2228] Conrad Loddiges & Sons, Botanical Cabinet, Vol. VIII (London: John & Arthur Arch, et al., 1823), hand-colored plates by George Cooke (nos. 701‑800), in full tan calf with embossed and gilt fillet, the spine with raised bands and (lacking) panels with gilt rule and decoration, the edges cut and gilt, with armorial bookplate, 8‑1/2” x 6‑7/8”. [Cleveland 806; Stafleu-Cowan TL2 4914; Nissen BBI 2228] James Rennie, Magazine of Botany and Gardening, Vol. I London: G. Henderson, 1833, in full red morocco with gilt lettering, decoration and dentelle, the spines with raised bands, the edges cut and gilt, 9‑3/4” x 7‑7/8”. William Rhind, History of the Vegetable Kingdom (London: Blockie & Son, 1868), revised (3rd) ed., with steel and wood engravings, in green half leather with embossed fillet on marbled boards, the spine with raised bands and gilt lettering and rule, the edges cut and tinted, 10” x 7‑1/4”. [Stafleu-Cowan TL2 9128; Nissen BBI 1628]

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224 Eight Large Illustrated Books on Flowers and Gardens including: Ellen Willmott and Alfred Parsons, Genus Rosa (London: John Murray, 1910‑1914), two volumes, color chromolithograph plates, in black quarter leather on green cloth, the spine with gilt lettering and frame, ex libris markings, 15‑3/8” x 11‑3/4”. [Stafleu-Cowan TL2 17.875; Nissen BBI 2166] H. Inigo Triggs, Formal Gardens in England and Scotland (London: Batsford, 1902), first (subscriber’s) edition, collotype plates, in brown half morocco on green buckram with gilt fillet, the spine with raised bands and gilt lettering and frames, 17‑1/2” x 13‑1/2”. George S. Elgood & Gertrude Jekyll, Some English Gardens (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1920), “New” edition, color photo-offset plates, in green cloth with gilt lettering and fillet, 12‑5/8” x 10‑1/4”. U. P. Hedrick, Plums of New York (Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1911), color photo-offset plates, in green buckram with gilt lettering and frame, 12‑1/2” x 9‑3/4”. Jessie Macgregor, Gardens of Celebrities and Celebrated Gardens (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1918), color photo-offset plates, in green cloth with gilt lettering and decoration, 9‑7/8” x 7‑3/4”. National Geographic Society, Book of Wildflowers (Washington, DC: National Geographic, 1924), numerous color photo-offset plates, in embossed brown cloth with gilt lettering, 10‑1/8” x 7‑1/8”. Osvald Siren, Gardens of China (New York: Ronald Press, 1949), color and monochrome photo-offset plates, in green buckram with gilt lettering, 12‑1/4” x 9‑3/4”, in a green papered pasteboard slipcase. 224 detail

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225 Unique Holograph Book “Regarding Farming, Gardening Etc.” ca. 1827, by “Messrs. Andrews”, a lengthy English manuscript text with a one-page collage of printed garden designs, and several other pages of hand-drawn basket, garden, hothouse, forcing pit, fowl coop and other designs, handsomely bound in full embossed black leather, the later spine with raised bands and gilt lettering and rule, with black embossed endpapers en suite, the edges cut, gilt and embossed, the clasp and one brass hinge lacking. 9‑7/8” x 7‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 The horticultural methods detailed in this fascinating volume date it fairly closely to around 1827; for instance, Wilmot’s Pine[apple] Pit and Atkinson’s Melon Pit are discussed in the Gardener’s Magazine in 1826 and 1827, respectively, and the drawing of the propagating shelf of the Clapton Nursery is clearly copied from an article in the January 1827 issue of the same.

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226 Jean Capeinick (Belgian, 1838‑1890) “Still Life with Peonies and Daisies” oil on canvas signed lower left, “Laudeick Freres, Bruxelles” framer’s labels on reverse of frame. Framed. 39‑3/8” x 49‑1/2”, framed 55” x 64‑1/2” $8,000‑$12,000

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227 Joseph Klaus (Henry Schouten, Dutch, 1857‑1927) “Still Life of Flowers in a Blue and White Vase” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 23‑5/8” x 17‑7/8”, framed 30‑1/8” x 24‑7/8” $1,000‑$1,500

228 Carl von Bergen (German, 1853‑1933)

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“The Hatchlings”, 1905 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right. Framed. 31‑3/4” x 43‑1/2”, framed 45” x 55‑1/4” $5,000‑$8,000

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229 Vittorio Reggianini (Italian, 1858‑1939) “Young Girls with Flowers” oil on canvas signed upper right, verso with “Campanile Galleries, Chicago, Illinois” label. Framed. 26‑3/4” x 18”, framed 35” x 25‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000

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230 Eugene Henri Cauchois (French, 1850‑1911) “Still Life of Chrysanthemums” oil on canvas signed lower right, a French frame label en verso. Period gilt frame. 25‑1/2” x 35‑1/4”, framed 39‑1/4” x 48‑1/2” $2,500‑$3,500

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231 Ludovic Mouchot (French, 1846‑1893) “The Persistent Suitor” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 18‑3/8” x 15‑1/4”, framed 24‑1/8” x 21” $1,400‑$2,500 231

232 Francois Dumont (Belgian, b. 1850) “Tavern Courtiers Courting a Bar Maiden”, 1900 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right. Framed. 25‑3/4” x 20”, framed 31‑1/4” x 25‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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233 Robert Farren (British, 1832‑1910) “Waiting for the Boats”, 1890 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right, old price label en verso. Framed. 34” x 44”, framed 46” x 57” $2,000‑$4,000

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234 Frederick Gerald Kinnaird (British, 19th Century) “Tending the Baby” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 30‑1/2” x 40‑1/8”, framed 43‑1/2” x 53‑3/8” $2,000‑$4,000

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235 Henri Rondel (French, 1857‑1919) “Portrait of a Woman with Copper Curls” oil on canvas signed lower right, a “Beugniet Fils et Bonjean/Paris” dealer stamp en verso canvas. Framed. 17” x 10”, framed 25‑3/4” x 18” Provenance: Beugniet Fils et Bonjean, Paris, France; Private collection. $1,200‑$1,800 235

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236 Friedrich Schlegel (German, 1865‑1935) "Merry Making Children" oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 20‑1/2” x 37‑1/2”, framed 25” x 42” $2,500‑$4,000

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fourth quarter 19th century, German, decorated with tooled gilt on a bleu de France ground, the neoclassical scenes signed by various artists, with the subject matter identified on the backs, including Musik of Amor, Amor Captive, Reading Autumn, Musk of Shepherd, Lady Sheffield and At the Source, signed with gold and blue “beehive” decorator marks. dia. 10‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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238 Impressive Berlin K.P.M. Porcelain Rectangular Plaque first quarter 20th century, hand-painted by Carl Werner after “Admiration” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, signed “Werner” lower right, reverse impressed with monogram, scepter, cipher marks and numbers “420 315”, framed. 12‑3/8” x 16‑3/8”, overall 20” x 24” $25,000‑$40,000

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239 Berlin K.P.M. Porcelain Rectangular Plaque late 19th century, finely hand-painted after “Venus of Urbino” by Titian, reverse with impressed monogram, scepter, cipher marks, numbers “297 158” and printed fleur-de-lis inscribed “Firenze”, framed. 6‑1/8” x 9‑1/8”, overall 12‑1/4” x 15” $5,000‑$8,000 240 “The Bather (Baigneuse)” Porcelain Plaque ca. 1900, French, depicting a nude female with an umbrella, on the shore, self-framed with molded gilt, retailed by Raphael Weill & Co., San Francisco, marked on the back, along with the title, signed indistinctly. h. 9‑1/2”, w. 13‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800

first quarter 20th century, hand-painted by Andreas Blattner after “La Paresseuse” by Daniel Hernandez Morillo, signed “A. Blattner” lower right, reverse with impressed monogram, scepter, cipher marks and numbers “330‑200”, framed. 7‑3/4” x 13”, overall 11‑1/4” x 16‑1/2” $5,000‑$8,000 Original painting by Hernandez was exhibited at the 1899 Paris Salon to wide acclaim. 242 Paul Cesar Helleu (French, 1859‑1927) “Nue Allongee, Songia Speranza” drypoint etching in colors pencil-signed and inscribed lower left, “The Gallery of European Art, Scottsdale, Arizona” label on frame backing. Glazed and framed. sight 16” x 23‑3/4”, framed 35” x 43‑3/8” $1,000‑$1,500

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243 Biscuit Porcelain Figure of The Three Graces ca. 1888‑1916, German, the figures dancing around a tree intertwined with flowers, signed in blue on the top of the platform “Richard Klemm, Dresden”. h. 21”, dia. 9” $1,000‑$1,500 244 Napoleon III Bronze, Marble and Wood Figural Mantel Clock third quarter 19th century, the ebonized wooden case set with faux tortoise panels, flanked by bronze figures of Hymen, Greek god of marriage, and his companion, on a guilloche-decorated bronze base with reeded bun feet. h. 19‑1/2”, w. 30‑1/2”, d. 5‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 245 Napoleon III Gilt-Bronze and Marble Figural Mantel Clock third quarter 19th century, the dial signed “Chaumont & Languereau, Paris”, the back of the movement signed “Marquis Paris”, decorated with a reading figure of the muse Clio, the base with guilloche molding, resting on toupie feet. h. 17‑1/2”, w. 22‑1/4”, d. 7‑1/4” $2,000‑$4,000

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246 French Gasolier in the Neoclassical Taste fourth quarter 19th century, the standard decorated with molded leaves and scrollwork, and cascades of molded chains, the scrolled arms with molded acanthus leaves and set with pierced and molded drip pans. h. 55”, dia. 26‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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247 French Patinated Bronze of “Violoniste” 20th century, small plaque at front inscribed “V. Milot”, on a green marble base. overall h. 27”, w. 10”, d. 10” $1,000‑$1,500

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ca. 1900, with a spiral-reeded center standard, set with ornate arms decorated with molded leaves and scrolls with molded medallions, the pendant finial with a vasiform element decorated with leaves and set with marigold carnival glass iridescent etched and frosted tulip shades in an Art Nouveau design. h. 31‑1/2”, dia. 34” $1,000‑$1,500

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249 Napoleon III Giltwood Mirror third quarter 19th century, with a beaded surround framing the inner, beveled mirror plate, the outer surround framed with molded leaves and buds, the crest with swags of molded flowers framed with rococo C-scrolls, flanked by pierced, molded leaves, the corners with shells and pierced scrollwork. h. 74‑1/2”, w. 46” $3,000‑$5,000 250 French Polished Brass Electrolier in the Rococo Taste ca. 1900, with a hemispherical scroll-pierced lower section, set with six gas light arms and six downturned electric light arms, all suspended from scrolled supports, set with molded glass shades. h. 55”, dia. 31” $1,000‑$1,500

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251 French Three-Piece Marble and Bronze Clock Set fourth quarter 19th century, in the Renaissance Revival taste, the clock and urns composed of black and rosso antico marble, accented with gilt incising, and raised on bronze paw feet, the clock dial flanked by “caryatids” and with an exposed escapement. clock h. 18‑1/4”, w. 13‑1/2”, d. 7‑1/2”, urns h. 16”, w. 6‑7/8”, d. 4‑1/2” Provenance: Private collection, Chicago, Illinois. $1,000‑$1,500 251

252 Swiss Twelve-Tune Cylinder Music Box fourth quarter 19th century, the case with inlaid panels of musical instruments and flora, set against a rosewood background and banded with kingwood, the case with cast bronze handles and containing a sixteen-inch cylinder. h. 9”, w. 27”, d. 10‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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253 Pair of Napoleon III Bronze Figures third quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, on ebonized wooden bases, the lower portions molded with scrollwork and swags of bellflowers, supporting pairs of putti, one with butterfly wings and the other carrying a basket of flowers on her head. h. 34‑1/4”, w. 12”, d. 8‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500

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254 After Francisque Joseph Duret (French, 1804‑1865) “Neapolitan Dancer with Tambourine” “Neapolitan Dancer with Castanets” pair of pendant patinated bronzes third or fourth quarter 19th century, cast by AugusteMaximilien Delafontaine (French, 1813‑1892), each with cast signature and foundry inscription on self-base, marked “AD” along edge of base. h. 17”, w. 6” to 6‑1/2”, d. 5” Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. $1,000‑$1,500 Duret was an academically trained sculptor whose most popular and familiar works reveal his deep love and appreciation for the antiquities of the Classical Age. The son of an artist, he trained with his father and studied under Francois-Joseph Bosio, before traveling to Europe where he soon immersed himself in the history, culture and artistic traditions of the region. The original models for the works presented here (part of his debut exhibition at the Paris Salon of 1838), bear a resemblance in form and composition to the Dancing Satyr, a 1st/2nd century CE Roman sculpture (itself a copy of the 2nd century Hellenistic work), now conserved at the Uffizi Gallery, Rome, and the Dancing Faun, a 2nd century BC Greco-Roman sculpture, now conserved at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples. Duret’s figures, however, exhibit more freedom from the somewhat controlled postures of his inspiration; his dancers turn, twist and contort, revealing exuberant expressions and easily conveying to the viewers their pleasure and enthusiasm for the dance in which they are so completely engrossed.

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255 Pair of Handsome French Patinated Bronze Chinoiserie Figures fourth quarter 19th century, the figures dressed in traditional costume, on bases with elephant-head supports and pierced scrollwork panels in the Chinese style. h. 23‑1/2”, w. 8‑1/2”, d. 9‑3/4” $5,000‑$8,000

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256 Duchoiselle (French, 19th/20th Century) “La Lecon d’Astronomie” patinated bronze cast signature along front edge, now presented under a glass dome and atop a carved wood base. sculpture h. 11”, w. 10‑1/2”, d. 5”; base h. 2”, w. 16”; dome h. 14‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 256

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257 Exceptional French Gilded Age Overmantel Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, the arched top decorated with a cabochon hung with swags of flowers, flanked by sprays of flowers and urns of flowers on each side, the upper surround with molded guilloche, the sides with Doric pilasters behind pairs of caryatids holding pairs of gilt-bronze candle arms above their heads. h. 80”, w. 67” $5,000‑$8,000 258 Unusual French Bronze, Tole and Glass Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the eight-light chandelier with 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 rococo-molded support. h. 17”, w. 27”, d. 13‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 257

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259 Monumental French Walnut Bibliotheque late 19th century, in the Renaissance taste, the large overhanging molded cornice above three beveled glass doors trimmed with molded bronze frames, the base with a row of four drawers over four cabinets and raised on a block-and-molded base. h. 123‑1/2”, w. 98”, d. 23‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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260 Napoleon III Giltwood Mirror third quarter 19th century, with an arched top, the surround lined with egg-and-dart molding, the crest decorated with an anthemion-molded cabochon supported by a pair of winged Greek sphinxes. h. 62”, w. 71” $1,000‑$1,500 261 Rococo-Style Giltwood Easel 20th century, probably Italian, the crest and stretchers decorated with rocaille work with pierced flowerheads, the feet with scrollwork and the sides with incising. h. 67‑1/2”, w. 28”, d. 10‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 262 French Brass Chandelier fourth quarter 19th century, the unusual chandelier with a drop center in the style of a masque light, the motif repeated on each of the four clusters of lights, the drip pans and sockets decorated with pierced scrollwork. h. 55”, dia. 36” $1,000‑$1,500

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263 Pair of French Bronze Candelabra in the Renaissance Revival Taste fourth quarter 19th century, the molded standards on scrolled feet decorated with bronze mounts, the bases with masques and pierced anthemia, the scrolled candle arms set with pierced drip pans and reeded candle cups. h. 20‑1/2”, w. 8‑3/4”, d. 8‑3/4” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $800‑$1,200

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264 Suite of Eight Napoleon III-Style Polychrome Dining Chairs in the rococo taste, each with a pierced floral- and foliatecarved crest on a shaped back, the serpentine molded rails with rose carvings, raised on cabriole legs, the seat backs in pale yellow upholstery. h. 42‑1/2”

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268 Francois Gerome (French, b. 1895) “Notre Dame, Paris” and “L’Opera, Paris”

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two oils on canvas the first signed, inscribed and localized “Paris” lower right, and the second signed and titled upper right. Framed alike. each 16‑1/4” x 12‑1/4”, framed 20‑1/2” x 16‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

266 Continental School (Late 19th/Early 20th Century) “Rainy Day at the Market” oil on canvas signed “Koller M.” lower left. Framed. 39‑1/2” x 27‑1/2”, framed 47” x 35‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

267 Italian School (20th Century) “Village Market Scene” oil on canvas signed “G. Valardi” lower right. Framed. 23‑3/4” x 31‑5/8”, framed 27‑1/2” x 35‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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269 Willem Heytmann (Dutch, b. 1950) “Arc de Triomphe” oil on wood panel signed lower right. Framed. 24‑1/4” x 30‑1/4”, framed 35” x 41” $2,000‑$3,000

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270 Andre Gisson (American/French, 1921‑2003) “Paris Street Scene” oil on canvas signed lower right, a printed artist “Biography from New Galleries” en verso. Framed. 20” x 40”, framed 23‑1/2” x 43‑1/2” $2,000‑$3,000

271 George Vuillard (French, b. 1956) “Reflection in the Mirror” oil on masonite signed lower left. Framed. 23‑1/2” x 19‑1/2”, framed 27‑1/2” x 23‑1/2” 271

$1,500‑$2,500

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“School Girls, Amsterdam” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 26‑1/4” x 31‑3/4”, framed 31‑1/4” x 36‑3/4” $1,500‑$2,500 273 W. Emery Vizkelety (Hungarian, 1819‑1895) “Hungarian Market Scene” oil on canvas signed lower right, remnant of an old label en verso. Framed. 23‑3/4” x 36‑3/8”, framed 32” x 42” $1,500‑$2,500 274 Continental School (Third to Fourth Quarter 19th Century)

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“The Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride” oil on canvas affixed to panel illegibly signed lower right. Framed. 16‑1/2” x 20”, framed 21‑1/4” x 24‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 275 E. Haines (American, 20th Century) “Children Playing at the Beach” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 19‑3/4” x 27‑1/2”, framed 23‑1/2” x 31‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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276 Pair of French Directoire-Style Bronze Sconces 20th century, each two-light sconce having a backplate with a pierced caduceus and a finial in the form of a putto playing pan pipes, the scrolled candle arms decorated with molded leaves and medallions, the beaded candle cups with molded leaves and beading on both bobeches and backplate. h. 17”, w. 9‑1/2”, d. 6” $1,000‑$1,500 277 Exceptional Pair of Gilt-Bronze and Mother-of-Pearl Candelabra first quarter 19th century, in the manner of Claude Galle, French, the standards depicting “Victory” perched on a sphere, supporting a rod of exceptionaly well-cast grapes with engine-turned candle cups on each end, the bases set with mother-of-pearl caps engraved with grapes, the edges molded with lotus leaves. h. 13‑1/2”, w. 7‑3/4”, d. 5”

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$1,500‑$2,500 278 Pair of Directoire-Style Creme-Peinte and Parcel-Gilt Torcheres 20th century, each with a circular faux marbre top above a Greekkey-carved frieze, raised on fluted supports joined by X-form vertical stretchers to a concave base, the whole with gilt accents. h. 37”, dia. 15‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500 279 Directoire-Style Gilt-Bronze Center Table 20th century, the circular mirrored top within a patera-modeled edge, raised on turned double-column supports to a concave tripartite base centered by a raised mirrored shelf, ending in bun feet. h. 27”, dia. 20‑1/2”

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280 Directoire Marble and Bronze Mantel Clock ca. 1800, with a half-round portico base and obelisk-shaped side columns, the clock above the dial framed with laurel leaves and berries, marble pots with gilt-bronze flowers serving as finials on the top and sides, set with a silk-string suspension movement. h. 19”, w. 11”, d. 5‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 281 French Giltwood Barometer fourth quarter 18th century, the crest with a plaque of two hearts pierced by an arrow, beneath a laurel spray and flanked by tassels, the hand-painted dial signed “Par Galding”, the sides pierced and leaf-carved, and the base with a pendant flame finial. h. 38‑1/4”, w. 15‑1/2”

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$1,200‑$1,800

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282 French Neoclassical Giltwood Mirror first quarter 19th century, the coved surround with a pierced, scrolled crest decorated with an eagle framed with a laurel wreath, the sides with tasseled bunches of laurel, the lower edge with molded sprays of oak leaves. h. 74”, w. 28‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 283 Circle of Pierre-Paul Prud’hon (French, 1758‑1823) “Mother and Child”, ca. 1814 graphite on paper with gold highlights unsigned, frame backing inscribed “From Donald Stalen to Dora Foster, in gratitude - 1983”. Glazed and framed. 22‑1/4” x 18”, framed 27” x 22‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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284 Pair of French Empire-Style Metal and Cast Metal-Mounted Planters 20th century, carefully constructed, the top edges with ogee molding, the sides with crossed arrows and raised on scrolled feet. h. 25”, w. 16”, d. 16” $1,000‑$1,500 285 Pair of Directoire-Style Bronze and Black Granite-Top Gueridons

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each with an inset circular granite top, the legs ending in paw feet. h. 27”, dia. 17” $1,000‑$1,500 286 Empire-Style Gilt-Bronze and Marble-Top Occasional Table the circular marble top supported by three legs, each headed by an Egyptian maiden capital, joined by vertical X-form stretchers and ending in gilt feet on a concave tripartite base. h. 28”, dia. 19” $1,000‑$1,500 287 Pair of French Empire-Style Bronze Candlesticks 20th century, now mounted as lamps, on molded paw feet, the reeded standards set into gilt-bronze acanthus-molded bases and capitals. h. 24‑3/4”, dia. 7‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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288 Pair of Directoire-Style Polychrome and ParcelGilt Fauteuils each with a padded backswept rectangular back joined by fluted arms to the padded seat, raised above a fluted apron on tapering circular legs headed by gilt foliate carving and ending in bun feet. h. 38” $1,500‑$2,500 289 Pair of French Neo-Grec Gilt-Bronze and Black Marble Vases third quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, each decorated with a band of bas-relief leopards and honeysuckle, and molded with swan’s head handles, raised on molded, polished black marble bases, signed “Heizler”, for Hippolyte Heizler (French, 1828‑1871). h. 34‑1/2”, w. 21‑3/4”, d. 7‑1/4”

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$1,000‑$1,500 290 French Empire Revival Three-Piece Bronze and Marble Clock Set fourth quarter 19th century, the clock decorated with Diana, goddess of the hunt, in her chariot, mounted with clock works signed “A.1” on the back, h. 18‑1/2”, w. 21‑1/2”, d. 5‑1/2”, and the accompanying garniture urns set with scrolled bronze handles, h. 13‑1/2”, w. 5‑3/4”, d. 4‑3/4”. $1,500‑$2,500 291 Good Empire Walnut and Marble-Top Commode mid-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 ormolumounted columnar upright, raised on block feet. h. 36‑1/2”, w. 51‑1/4”, d. 23‑3/4”

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292 Pair of Empire-Style Polychrome Bergeres early 20th century, each with a swept-back patera-carved crest over a padded back, joined by padded acanthinecarved arms to the cushioned seat, raised on fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 38” $1,000‑$1,500

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early 19th century, the molded cornice above an ormolu masque-applied frieze over two long doors, each inset with an upper glass and grilled panel over an ormolu wreath-applied panel, raised on tapering square legs ending in brass paw feet. h. 89”, w. 55”, d. 17” $1,000‑$1,500

294 Louis XVI Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 18th century, the pierced crest carved with a pair of lovebirds and musical trophies, a tambourine, flutes and a horn, the cove-molded surround trimmed with rope carving, with carved laurel leaves on each side. h. 49”, w. 33‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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295 Pair of French Bronze and Marble Kylix-Form Garnitures fourth quarter 19th century, the cups molded with ivy leaves and set with bird-molded handles, on white marble bases with molded bronze trim. h. 9‑3/4”, w. 8‑1/2”, d. 6” $1,000‑$1,500 296 Unusual Louis-Philippe Giltwood Mirror mid-19th century, the pierced crest decorated with tropical leaves and fruit, the surround molded with cross-hatching and like decor, the antique mirror plate lined with beading. h. 59”, w. 39”

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$1,200‑$1,800 297 Restauration Mahogany Settee 19th century, the slightly molded crest above a padded back, joined by downswept arms on scrolling uprights to the padded seat, raised on shaped legs ending in scrolled toes. h. 39‑1/2”, w. 70”, d. 23” $1,000‑$1,500

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298 Empire-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a plain frieze and three recessed long drawers, flanked to either side by an ormolu-mounted columnar upright, raised on turreted feet. h. 38”, w. 49”, d. 24‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800

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299 Highly Unusual Empire Mahogany-Inlaid and OrmoluMounted Secretaire a Abattant on Stand second quarter 19th century, the top fitted with a timeand-strike clock, above a circular stepped plinth, the drop front opening to an elaborate fitted interior with secret compartments and a revolving recessed amphitheater, the whole supported by an acanthus-carved standard mounted to a molded platform base, raised on carved paw feet. h. 72”, w. 33‑1/2”, d. 26” $3,000‑$5,000

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300 Neoclassical-Style Crystal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the basket-form chandelier with three interior lights, the central ring mounted with crystal spears. h. 36”, dia. 16‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 301 Empire-Style Mahogany Fauteuil early 20th century, the padded rectangular back surrounded by an ormolu-accented frame, joined by padded scrolling arms to the padded seat, on sabre legs, the whole with gilt accents. h. 38” $1,000‑$1,500 301

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302 Empire-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with a single frieze drawer over three recessed long drawers with gilt-bronze hardware, flanked to either side by a scrolling upright, raised on tapering block feet. h. 35‑1/2”, w. 51”, d. 23‑1/4” $2,000‑$4,000 303 Empire-Style Bronze-Mounted Mahogany Vitrine 302

ca. 1900, in two parts, the shaped bonnet with a gilt-bronze allegorical figure of a classical woman, with bronze swags and masques, over a beveled glass door flanked by canted sides with like panels, the interior lined in fleurs-de-lis brocade, on a base with a single drawer flanked by tapering columns with figural capitals, joined to a plinth base, the back fitted with a beveled mirror. h. 59”, w. 33”, d. 16” $3,000‑$5,000 304 Empire-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Tiered Occasional Table 20th century, the circular marble top within a three-quarter pierced brass gallery, above a conforming frieze with applied ebonized lion’s masques joined by swags, joined by fluted supports to three lower tapering shelves, raised on a plinth base. h. 31”, dia. 16” $1,200‑$1,800 305 Suite of Six Restauration Walnut Fauteuils

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mid-19th century, each with a padded back surmounted by a rounded crest, joined by scrolling arms to the padded seat, raised on sabre legs. h. 36” $2,000‑$4,000

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306 Pair of Restauration Walnut Bergeres mid-19th century, each with a padded back surmounted by a rounded crest joined by downswept closed arms to the cushioned seat, raised on sabre legs. h. 36” $1,000‑$1,500 307 Louis-Philippe Rosewood and Marble-Top Butler’s Desk mid-19th century, the inset marble top with a molded edge and turreted corners, above a conforming case fitted with a long frieze drawer opening to a writing desk interior, and two paneled cupboard doors below, above a concealed frieze drawer raised on molded block feet. h. 39”, w. 53”, d. 23‑1/2”

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$1,500‑$2,500 308 French Neoclassical-Style Giltwood Cushion Mirror fourth quarter 19th century, with segmented, angled surrounds lined with intertwined leaves and ribbons, the primary beveled glass lined with beading, the pierced crest with a central anthemion, flowerheads and scrollwork. h. 74”, w. 42‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000 307

309 Unusual Pair of French Neoclassical-Style Gilt-Bronze Sconces 20th century, the tapered backplates terminating in flame finials, the candle arms mounted on unusual vasiform-molded supports decorated with masques, hung with laurel swags, fitted with reeded and leaf-molded candle cups and leafmolded drip pans. h. 23”, w. 9”, d. 11” $1,000‑$1,500

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the circular inset marble top with a molded edge, on a tripodal base with leaf-cast legs joined by a medial stretcher and a low stretcher centered by a finial. h. 28‑1/2”, dia. 25‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 311 Large French Bronze-Mounted Porcelain Urn ca. 1900, the urn depicting Napoleon on horseback at battle, framed with raised gilt, over a raised gilt Napoleonic eagle, set with bronze swan handles and base, with a spurious “Imp. de Sevres” overglaze mark. h. 22‑3/4”, dia. 12” $1,500‑$2,500 312 Empire-Style Bronze and Glass Center Table the circular glass top with a beveled edge, on a base with legs modeled with ram’s head tops and cloven feet on pads, the legs joined by shaped stretchers. h. 31‑1/4”, dia. 50”

313 Pair of Directoire-Style Polychrome Window Seats 20th century, each with a long padded leather seat flanked to either end by an outswept arm with a shaped foliate-carved crest over an X-form arrow splat, raised on ring-turned tapering legs ending in peg feet. h. 30”, w. 47‑1/2”, d. 14‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 314 Rare Restauration Carved Alabaster Clock with Calendar Movement second quarter 19th century, French, the base set with three small dials, the right dial indicating names of the week, the center dial indicating the day and the left dial indicating the month, the top decorated with carved figures illustrating a neoclassical scene, the dial with engine-turned decoration and signed “Berolla a Paris”. h. 25”, w. 12‑1/4” $2,000‑$4,000

$1,000‑$1,500

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315 Empire-Style Pier Mirror with Jardiniere Base ca. 1900, the polychrome, parcel-gilt and foliate-carved cornice over a frieze with gilt mounts and a beveled rectilinear mirror plate flanked by pilasters with figural capitals and paw feet, the lower section with an open well with tole liner, on carved paw feet. h. 96”, w. 60”, d. 17” $1,200‑$1,800

317 Pair of Directoire Fruitwood Fauteuils early 19th century, each with a rounded crest centered by a carved urn issuing a foliate garland, above an urn-carved splat, joined by padded arms to turret hand rests, to the padded seat, raised above a patera-carved apron on paneled sabre legs headed by bellflower carving. h. 35” Provenance: Karla Katz Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana.

316 Charles X Elm Center Table 19th century, the rounded rectangular top above a frieze fitted with a single drawer, raised on shaped lyre-form end supports joined by a turned stretcher and ending in in-scrolled toes. h. 31”, w. 53‑1/2”, d. 27”

$1,400‑$1,800

$1,000‑$1,500

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318 Restauration Fruitwood and Marble-Top Commode 19th century, the rounded rectangular marble top above a conforming case fitted with an ogee-molded frieze drawer over three long drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet. h. 37‑1/2”, w. 47”, d. 21” $1,000‑$1,500 319 Haviland “Vieux Paris Vert” Pattern Partial Dinner Service

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post-1982, the service comprised of twelve dinner plates, dia. 10”, twelve luncheon plates, dia. 8‑1/2”, twelve salad/ dessert plates, dia. 7‑1/2”, twelve bread-and-butter plates, dia. 6‑3/4”, and twelve cups, h. 2‑3/4”, with twelve saucers, dia. 5‑1/4”.

320 Restauration Giltwood Mirror second quarter 19th century, with an ogee-molded surround decorated with anthemia and scrollwork, the mirror plate lined with dents de loup. h. 70‑1/2”, w. 41‑1/2”

Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas.

$1,000‑$1,500

$1,000‑$1,500

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321 Antique Mahal Carpet 11’ 10” x 14’ 10” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $3,000‑$5,000 322 Antique Sarouk Carpet 7’ 11” x 10’ 10” $1,000‑$1,500 323 Peshawar Senneh Carpet 9’ 4” x 12’ 3” $1,800‑$2,500

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324 Semi-Antique Heriz Carpet 9’ 2” x 11’ 9” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,400‑$1,800 325 Agra Serapi Runner 2’ 7” x 21’ 9” $1,000‑$1,500

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326 Semi-Antique Kerman Carpet 10’ 2” x 18’ $1,200‑$1,800 327 Turkish Angora Oushak Runner 2’ 6” x 19’ 8” $1,000‑$1,500 328 Silk Tabriz Carpet 6’ 2” x 10’ Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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329 Antique Mahal Carpet 7’ x 13’ 8” $6,000‑$9,000

330 Semi-Antique Tabriz Carpet 6’ 8” x 10’ $1,200‑$1,800

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331 Agra Sultanabad Carpet 8’ 8” x 12’ $1,200‑$1,800

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332 Semi-Antique Heriz Carpet 8’ 7” x 11’ 11” $1,500‑$2,500

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333 Silk Isfahan Carpet 4’ 2” x 6’ 9” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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334 Silk Tabriz Carpet 5’ 4” x 7’ 8” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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335 Semi-Antique Heriz Carpet 8’ x 10’ Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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336 Agra Serapi Carpet 9’ 1” x 11’ 3” $1,000‑$1,500

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337 Louis XVI-Style Creme-Peinte, Parcel-Gilt and Marble-Top Side Table the rectangular marble top with deeply canted sides, above a conforming pierced frame, raised on fluted tapering circular legs ending in lotus bulb feet. h. 34‑1/2”, w. 49”, d. 17‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 337

338 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Stools 20th century, of square form with padded seats and raised on turned and stop-fluted legs. h. 17‑1/2”, w. 18‑1/2”, d. 18‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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339 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Bergere avec Oreilles early 20th century, the padded oval back flanked by padded shaped sides continuing to the cushioned seat, raised on stopfluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet, upholstered in Colefax & Fowler “Jubilee” glazed chintz. h. 39” Provenance: Frederick P. Victoria & Son, Inc., New York, New York; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500

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340 Pair of French Bronze and Marble Bouillotte Lamps each in the form of a Louis XV rococo-style three-light candelabrum, on marble bases, the scrolled arms molded with acanthus leaves and hung with laurel swags, supporting leafmolded sockets, set with pleated shades. h. 13”, dia. 26” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $800‑$1,200

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341 Louis XVI-Style Creme-Peinte and Parcel-Gilt Bench the long padded seat above a molded frieze, raised on fluted tapering circular legs joined by stretchers and ending in blockand-ball feet. h. 17”, w. 60”, d. 20‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

342 Bronze-Mounted Kutani Pottery Centerpiece ca. 1900, decorated with various round panels of people, a mountain and birds in a flowering tree, against a rust-colored ground decorated with scrollwork, mounted in an impressive French gilt-bronze base with dragon handles and foo dog feet, the lower edge with pierced bronze scrollwork, with sixcharacter ‘Dai Nippon Kutani Tsukuru’ mark to the base. h. 10”, w. 21‑1/4”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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343 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Chaise Longue late 18th century, the slightly domed and padded back within a molded frame, joined to the long bi-sected padded seat by scrolling arms, raised on stop-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 38”, w. 26”, l. 58” $1,000‑$1,500 344 Three Gilt-Bronze Objects Cast by Ferdinand Barbedienne, Paris fourth quarter 19th century, the collection comprised of a pair of Baroque-style molded candlesticks, signed on the lower edge, h. 9‑1/2”, dia. 4‑3/4”, and a table figure of Cupid, readying his bow to shoot, signed on the lower rear, h. 10”, w. 3‑3/4”, d. 2‑1/2”.

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$1,000‑$1,500 345 Louis XVI-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Server 20th century, the D-form marble top with a projecting center section, above a conforming case fitted with a central drawer over a ribbed cupboard door, flanked to either side by a bowed drawer over two open galleried shelves, raised on fluted tapering circular legs ending in brass caps. h. 40”, w. 50‑1/2”, d. 21” $1,000‑$1,500 346 Two Neo-Grec Gilt-Bronze and Enameled Metal Garniture Urns fourth quarter 19th century, now mounted as lamps, the black enamel bodies with laurel- and berry-molded handles and trim, the bronze bases decorated with acanthus leaves and raised on paw feet. h. 32”, w. 12”, d. 7‑1/4”

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$2,000‑$4,000

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347 Pair of Raised Gilt Porcelain Urns in the Neoclassical Taste

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20th century, each decorated with 18th-century costumed figures, on a blue ground, mounted with ram’s-head handles grasping wreaths, the molded and gilt bases with spurious crossed swords marks. h. 24‑1/2”, w. 11”, d. 6” $1,000‑$1,500 348 Louis XVI-Style Gilt-Bronze Chandelier mid-20th century, the quiver-form standard and reeded scrolled candle branches decorated with molded leaves and scrollwork, terminating in turned candle sockets, set into reeded and fluted drip pans. h. 30”, dia. 29‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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349 Louis XVI-Style Pickled Beechwood and MarbleTop Demi-lune Console late 20th century, the beige brescia marble top over a pickled beechwood base with a ribbon- and guillochecarved frieze supporting laurel swags, the fluted and leaf-carved legs joined by a demi-lune stretcher with an urn- and flame-carved finial. h. 31‑1/2”, w. 41‑1/4”, d. 17‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000 350 Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Settee 19th century, the floral- and ribbon-carved top rail centered by an avian-carved crest, the back joined to open arms with foliate carving, a bowed seat rail and turned legs, upholstered in gold-striped brocade. h. 39‑1/2”, w. 60”, d. 22” $1,000‑$1,500

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351 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Fauteuils early 19th century, each with a padded tapering rectangular back surmounted by a carved frame and berry finials, joined to a padded seat by like arms, raised on spiral-fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet, the whole with tapestry upholstery featuring figural and animal scenes. h. 36” $1,400‑$1,800 352 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Corner Consoles each with a serpentine variegated rouge and grey marble top over a conforming apron centered by shell, floral and foliate carving and raised on a cabriole leg. h. 37”, w. 33”, d. 18”

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$1,200‑$1,800 353 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Painted and Parcel-Gilt Wooden Finials 20th century, the bulbous finials with gilt spiraled knops, swags and tassels, the base trimmed with egg-and-dart molding. h. 17‑1/2”, dia. 7” $1,000‑$1,500 354 Pair of Faux Travertine Pedestals in the Louis XVI taste, each painted wooden pedestal with a square top on a “paneled” column of like form, joined to a plinth base. h. 47‑1/2”, w. 14‑1/2”, d. 14‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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355 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Settee early 20th century, the padded rectangular back within a molded frame and joined to the cushioned seat by scrolling padded arms, raised on stop-fluted tapering circular legs headed by floral block capitals and ending in toupie feet. h. 38‑1/4”, w. 56‑1/2”, d. 28” $3,000‑$5,000 356 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome, Parcel-Gilt and Marble-Top Console Table 19th century, the shaped white marble top over a conforming frame with a carved and gilded frieze, raised on scrolled cabriole legs with acanthine-carved details. h. 34”, w. 56”, d. 19‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

357 Pair of Louis XVI-Style Bronze Sconces second quarter 20th century, the tapered backplates molded with acanthus leaves and laurel swags, and set with flame finials on urns hung with swags, the scrolled arms with molded acanthus leaves and fluted drip pans and candle sockets. h. 21”, w. 14‑1/2”, d. 10” $800‑$1,200 358 Pair of Louis XVI-Inspired Gilt-Bronze and Onyx Candelabra fourth quarter 19th century, the fluted onyx bases mounted with bronze caryatid handles, supporting grape-molded covered cup standards set with ram’s-head handles, the laurel-molded candle sockets on scrolled candle arms set with gilt medallions, fitted with two electric sockets. h. 35‑1/4”, dia. 11” $2,000‑$4,000

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359 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome and Parcel-Gilt Sofa the molded wrap frame extending to closed arms with scroll ends, bowed front seat rail and fluted turned legs, upholstered in celery-colored brocade, the seat with a loose down and foam cushion, accompanied by a pair of loose pillows with fringed perimeters. h. 37‑1/2”, w. 77”, d. 30” $1,000‑$1,500 360 Louis XVI-Style Painted Trumeau Mirror in the neoclassical taste, with an oval painting of a forest view, framed with swags of flowers held with bowknots, the mirror framed with beading, the corners set with medallions, all highlighted with gilt. h. 62‑1/2”, w. 41” $1,000‑$1,500

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361 Louis XVI-Style Polychrome Bench ca. 1900, with scroll chair-back ends, the stiles and rails with carved ribbon decor, raised on fluted legs, upholstered in animal print. h. 26”, w. 27‑1/2”, d. 15” 361

$1,000‑$1,500

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365 Louis XVI Fruitwood Rafraichissoir late 18th century, the rectangular marble top within a full pierced brass gallery and inset with two beverage slips, over a conforming paneled frieze, joined by tapering square legs joined by a stretcher shelf and continuing to brass caps and casters. h. 30”, w. 19”, d. 16‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 366 Pair of Paris Porcelain Potpourri Vases third quarter 19th century, decorated with hand-painted floral panels on a pink ground, separated with unusual molded “rigging”, the conical bases molded with bellflowers, now in gilt-metal mounts, with brass vents and covers. h. 20”, dia. 6” 368

$2,000‑$4,000 367 Louis XVI-Style Ormolu-Mounted Kingwood and Marble-Top Cabinet 20th century, of breakfront form, the marble top above a paneled sloping frieze with three cupboard doors below, each inset with a banded parquetry panel, the sides paneled en suite, raised on foliatecarved tapering feet ending in ball toes. h. 46”, w. 56”, d. 16” $1,000‑$1,500 368 Louis XVI-Style Mahogany and Marble-Top Occasional Table 20th century, the inset rectangular marble top within a molded and ormolu banding, above a conforming frieze, paneled and centered by figural ormolu medallions, raised on tapering square legs, joined by a stretcher shelf and ending in brass caps. h. 30”, w. 27‑1/4”, d. 17‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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371 Louis XVI-Style Giltwood and Marble-Top Side Table 19th century, the D-form marble top with projecting corners, above a conforming gadroon-carved frieze over a floralpierced band, raised on stop-fluted tapering circular legs headed by Ionic columns, joined by a shaped stretcher and ending in toupie feet. h. 34‑1/2”, w. 45”, d. 18” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500

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369 Louis XVI Giltwood Mirror fourth quarter 18th century, the surround with corner medallions and ribbon-wrapped reeds, the crest with a basket of flowers framed with a laurel wreath, and oak leaf finials on each side, the base with a spray of laurel leaves. h. 54‑1/2”, w. 28‑3/4”

372 Louis XVI-Style Giltwood Vitrine/Credenza ca. 1900, with a stepped platform top, the center section with a pair of cabinets flanked by an open shelf and curved cabinet below on each side, raised on turned and fluted legs. h. 45‑1/2”, w. 72”, d. 16‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

$1,000‑$1,500 370 Pair of French Classical Revival Marble and Bronze Garniture Urns second quarter 20th century, the verde antique marble urns with bronze wreath mounts and handles with masques, the covers with artichoke finials. h. 21”, dia. 8” $1,200‑$1,800

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373 Pair of French Gilt-Bronze and Marble Brule-Parfums fourth quarter 19th century, in the style of Paul Sormani, on mottled marble bases and fitted with gray marble urns, the base with griffins supporting reeded legs below muses blowing pairs of horns, the marble covers with pinecone knops on anthemion-pierced bronze escutcheons. h. 19‑1/4”, dia. 8‑3/4” $10,000‑$15,000 373

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374 Pair of French Bronze and Marble Candelabra first quarter 20th century, the standards depicting muses supporting gilt-bronze cornucopia holding flowers with candle sockets, raised on cream-colored marble bases with fluting. h. 30‑3/4”, dia. 11‑3/4” $1,500‑$2,500 375 French Gilded Age Trumeau Mirror ca. 1900, the upper tablet decorated with giltwood swags of flowers held with a bowknot, the beveled mirror plate framed with reeds bundled with ribbon, the gilt-framed side panels decorated with intertwined leaves and flowers, all on a whitepainted ground. h. 63”, w. 50‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 376 Fine Austrian Cased Silver Gilt and Painted Enamel Dessert Service fourth quarter 19th century, by Hermann Ratzersdorfer (1845‑1894), Vienna, in the Historizmus taste, including six each dessert knives, l. 8‑3/4”, forks, l. 8‑1/4”, and spoons, l. 8‑1/2”, each with elaborate third standard (.800) silver gilt variant double-faced mascaron mounts and painted enamel handle of oval section with vignette of a mythological god with female attendant, presented in the original red satin-lined green leather case with lift-out tray, the interior lid gilt stamped with the Ratzersdorfer label. case 3‑1/4” x 14‑1/4” x 10‑1/4”

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$2,500‑$4,000 A detailed discussion of this rare and impressive set may be found at the website of the Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver, newsletter #36, April 2007, article #79: Jayne W. Dye and Karin Sixl-Daniell, “Historismus Silver-Gilt Dessert Set by Hermann Ratzersdorfer”.

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377 Pair of German Silver “Jousting Knights” Table Garnitures first quarter 20th century, by Ludwig Neresheimer, Hanau, .800 silver, the combatants depicted in full armor with articulated visor, holding a lance and on a rearing armored horse rampant, the canted rectangular base with ferns, frogs and lizards above a reticulated foliate scroll plinth. h. 12‑1/2”, base 8” x 3‑3/4”, overall l. 13”, overall w. 6‑1/2”; 98.08 total t. oz. $5,000‑$8,000 378 German Sterling Silver Bird Automaton Box 20th century, the silver, serpentine-sided rectangular case engraved with rococo scrolls and birds, the hinged oval lid springing open by means of a figural bird switch to reveal a singing feathered bird, the winding key in the shape of a bird. h. 1‑1/2”, w. 4”, d. 2‑1/2” (weighted with clockworks)

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$2,000‑$4,000 379 Set of Eleven Italian Sterling Silver Service Plates third quarter 20th century, retailed by Candida Tupini, Rome, each of octagonal form with gadrooned rim and engraved recessed circular plateau. w. 11‑1/2”; 232.15 total t. oz. $4,500‑$7,000

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380 Pair of Mario Buccellati “Naturalistic” Grapevine Sterling Silver Candlesticks fourth quarter 20th century, Milan, Italy, in the form of realistically detailed grapevines and clusters, the base with orange, pomegranate, walnut and filberts, with a single candlesocket formed of grape leaves, presented in the original dark blue padded satinlined bookboard boxes with lift-top and fall front, 10” x 7” x 6‑3/4”. h. 8‑1/4”, dia. 6”; 53.06 total t. oz $8,000‑$12,000 381 Set of Georg Jensen “Acorn” Sterling Silver Flatware the pattern designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde (1866‑1935), Copenhagen, Denmark, including a dozen five-piece place settings and a cake knife, no monograms, presented in eleven of the original Georg Jensen burgundy felt place setting rolls. 61 pieces plus 11 felt rolls 61.00 total t. oz. Detailed list of pieces available on request. $2,500‑$4,000 382 Set of Georg Jensen “Cypress” Sterling Silver Flatware

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383 Continental Neoclassical-Style Fruitwood Cabinet 19th century, the rectangular top double-banded and above a conforming case fitted with a single bi-paneled cupboard door disguised as two drawers, each panel banded and with inlaid urns, the sides en suite, raised on tapering square legs. h. 36”, w. 25”, d. 14‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 384 Continental Bronze Centerpiece ca. 1900, the oval-form centerpiece with scrolled handles and set with masques, the body with panels of scrollwork, flanking a scrollframed panel. h. 14‑1/2”, w. 20”, d. 13‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500 385 Neoclassical Bronze and Alabaster Chandelier first quarter 20th century, the eight-light chandelier with a hemispherical alabaster base supported by a leaf-molded bronze ring, set with smaller alabaster shades, with leaf-molded supports from the acanthus-molded canopy. h. 31”, dia. 31” $1,000‑$1,500 386 Continental Patinated Bronze of Apollo 20th century, the Greek god with his attributes of lyre and laurel wreath, on an anthemia-decorated oval base. h. 24‑1/4”, w. 9”, d. 9” $1,200‑$1,800

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387 Two Pairs of Neoclassical-Style Mahogany and Parcel-Gilt Armchairs 20th century, each with a curved crest rail above a pierced and carved splat, the down-curved back posts joined by scrolled arms and raised on klismos-form legs. h. 35”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 21” $1,000‑$1,500 388 William IV Rosewood and Marble-Top Side Table 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming frieze, raised on a mirrored back and giltwood scrolling supports to a concave base. h. 37‑1/2”, w. 47”, d. 20‑1/2”

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$2,000‑$4,000 389 Pair of Italian Neoclassical-Style Parcel-Gilt Mirrors 20th century, the crest with an eagle in a wreath and a torch crossed with a quiver, the surround lined with beading, on paint-decorated and pineconecarved rests. h. 37‑1/2”, w. 21” $1,200‑$1,800

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390 Neoclassical-Style Marble Mantel 20th century, French, the mottled yellow and green marble mantel with a tablet carved with a bow, and reeded quivercarved columns on each side, carved with arrows. h. 52”, w. 68”, d. 12” $5,000‑$8,000 391 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Onyx Pedestals each with a square top over a turned column with a square base. h. 34”, w. 14‑1/4”, d. 14‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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392 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Variegated Marble Pedestals each with a square top over a segmented column, constructed of highly figured gray and red marble. h. 51”, w. 12”, d. 12” $1,000‑$1,500 391

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393 Continental Oil-on-Canvas Four-Panel Screen fourth quarter 19th century, each panel with an arched crest, painted with hunters on the shore of a mill pond and a group fishing, framed with painted scrollwork. h. 49”, w. 148” $1,500‑$2,500 394 Group of Three Neoclassical-Style Glass and Brass Hall Lanterns each three-light lantern with a glass smoke bell joined to a bell-form lantern by an embossed brass band and chains, electrified. h. 27”, dia. 13”

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$1,000‑$1,500 395 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Rosewood and Exotic Woods Occasional Tables each with a banded oval top with a central vase and vessel inlay, raised on a fluted columnar standard to a concave base on gilt bun feet. h. 28‑1/2”, w. 24‑1/2”, d. 18‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000

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396 Continental Neoclassical Secretary/Clock Cabinet first quarter 19th century, in two parts, the upper section with a central clock flanked by a band of narrow drawers, the drawers secured by a hidden release, over a fall front, opening to reveal a fitted interior, one drawer fitted with a steel safe, the base with a pair of doors with wire mesh panels, adorned with parcel-gilding and reeding throughout. h. 72‑3/4”, w. 42‑1/2”, d. 25‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 397 Italian Neoclassical Mahogany, Exotic Woods and Marble-Top Side Table 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming foliate- and lotus-inlaid frieze, joined by a mirrored back and square supports to a lower rectangular shelf, raised on paw feet. h. 33‑1/2”, w. 45”, d. 15”

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398 Neoclassical-Style Giltwood and Mahogany Sofa the scroll arms joined to a paneled apron, supported by carved paw feet, the seat with a loose cushion and a pair of cylindrical bolsters, all in black upholstery. h. 36‑3/4”, w. 85”, d. 39” $1,000‑$1,500

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399 Continental Giltwood and Scagliola Marble-Top Center Table 19th century, the circular top painted to resemble a specimen marble arrangement of the constellations, over a molded and half-patera-carved frieze, raised on a tripartite standard ending in acanthine scrolled toes to a molded conforming plinth base. h. 31”, dia. 45‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000 400 Ann Getty House Collection Three Dragons Gueridon the circular inset faux porphyry marble top adorned with tasselated pendants, raised on a reeded column with dolphin brackets, their tails turning around the column, on a shaped base with bun feet. h. 34”, w. 19”, d. 19”

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$1,000‑$1,500 401 Suite of Eight Italian Neoclassical Mahogany Side Chairs mid-19th century, each with a rounded cornice with an inlaid scrolling foliate pattern, above an open back and single horizontal splat to a padded seat, raised on tapering square legs. h. 36” $2,000‑$4,000

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404 Continental Fruitwood and Marble-Top Center Table 19th century, in the neoclassical taste, the inset octagonal marble top featuring a flowering urn, raised on an ebonized and paneled standard to a quarter-veneered concave base to ebonized paw feet. h. 31”, dia. 37” $1,500‑$2,500 405 Italian Parcel-Gilt Chandelier in the Baroque Taste

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first quarter 20th century, the standard with leaves, reeding and egg-and-dart molding, the scrolled candle arms carved with volutes and acanthus leaves, and holding bold candle cups carved with short flutes. h. 31”, dia. 39” $1,000‑$1,500

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402 Three Italian Carved Stone Grand Tour Souvenirs 19th century, including a pair of white alabaster “Medici Lions”, poised with their feet on balls, h. 6‑3/4”, w. 9”, d. 2‑3/4”, and a Siena marble model of the remaining columns of the Temple of Vespasian, h. 8‑1/2”, w. 3”, d. 3”. $1,000‑$1,500 403 Biedermeier-Style Fruitwood Commode early 20th century, the rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with a single drawer over a recessed drop-front cupboard, flanked to either side by ebonized columnar uprights, raised on tapering square legs. h. 32”, w. 35‑1/2”, d. 17‑1/2”

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406 Neoclassical Polychrome Settee mid-19th century, the trisected cushioned back joined by outswept arms to the padded seat, raised above a paneled apron on paw feet, the whole with gilt accents. h. 36”, w. 88”, d. 29‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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407 Faberge Partial Porcelain Dinner Service 20th century, Limoges, France, each piece decorated with hand-painted Faberge eggs, with the details about the eggs on the reverse, each piece marked, the set comprised of sixteen service plates, dia. 12”, sixteen salad/dessert plates, dia. 8”, fifteen cups, h. 2‑1/4”, and sixteen saucers, dia. 5‑1/2”. $1,500‑$2,500

408 Russian Neoclassical Mahogany Center Table 19th century, the tilting rectangular top with canted corners, above a plain conforming frieze, raised on a paneled columnar standard to a concave square base to giltwood hairy-paw feet. h. 29”, w. 49”, d. 32”

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409 Italian Neoclassical Walnut and Exotic Woods Commode early 19th century, the rectangular quarter-veneered top centered by an inlaid urn and with decorative banding, above a conforming case fitted with a long frieze drawer with decorative garland inlay, over two long drawers, both banded and centered by an inlaid figural medallion, the sides en suite, raised on tapering square legs. h. 33‑3/4”, w. 46‑1/2”, d. 23” $2,500‑$4,000 410 Russian-Style Gilt-Bronze and Crystal Chandelier third quarter 20th century, the frame mounted with delicate spiral-reeded elements, the curved arms mounted with molded leaves terminating in ram’s heads and set with reeded candle sockets, the arms alternating with sprays of crystals. h. 51”, dia. 39‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500 411 Pair of Malachite Bowls mid-20th century, French or Russian, with rolled edges, on rectangular bases with molded rococo mounts. h. 7‑1/4”, dia. 14‑1/2”

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$3,000‑$5,000 412 Pair of Malachite and Bronze Urns mid-20th century, Russian or French, with engine-turned gilt-bronze bases, mounted with patinated bronze handles depicting water nymphs with wings and dolphin tails. h. 18‑1/2”, w. 5‑1/4”, d. 3‑1/2”

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413 Biedermeier Burl Fruitwood Cabinet 19th century, the molded and stepped cornice above a singleglazed cupboard door, flanked to either side by columnar uprights with ebonized columns, the lower section fitted with a single paneled cupboard door, raised on ebonized bun feet. h. 77”, w. 32‑1/4”, d. 19‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500 414 Italian Walnut and Bronze Mirror 20th century, in the neoclassical taste, with a central pitch pediment, the mirror plate flanked by tapered sides crowned with bronze classical busts. h. 32‑1/2”, w. 14‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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415 Biedermeier Circassian Walnut and Fruitwood Chest 19th century, with a pair of figured doors opening to reveal a bank of five maple drawers, raised on square feet. h. 38‑3/4”, w. 39”, d. 22‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 416 Biedermeier-Style Birch Drop-Leaf Table early 20th century, the rectangular top with two shallow drop leaves, above a frieze fitted with a single side drawer, raised on a square standard with an ebonized ring, to a pyramidal base on low block feet. h. 30‑1/4”, w. 32”, d. 27‑1/4”, ext. w. 48” $1,000‑$1,500


417 Handsome Biedermeier Parcel-Gilt Tabernacle Mirror second quarter 19th century, German or Austrian, the ebonized tablet decorated with a pair of pilasters with cove-molded giltwood capitals, the rounded cornice with molded leaves. h. 60‑1/2”, w. 27‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 418 Biedermeier Figured Birch and Ebonized Commode mid-19th century, the top with a temple-form pediment and overhanging cornice, above three long drawers flanked by ebonized turned columns, raised on block feet. h. 34”, w. 43”, d. 23” $1,200‑$1,800 419 Neoclassical-Style Marble Pedestal

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421 Italian Neoclassical-Style Painted Mirror first quarter 20th century, the arched crest decorated with a shield flanked with scrollwork, the sides with Corinthian pilasters with molded neoclassical ornament, the scrolled base with a carved basket of flowers. h. 60”, w. 41” $1,000‑$1,500 422 Large Pair of Neoclassical-Style Hand-Painted Architectural Panels depicting urns in the manner of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720‑1778), presented in matching carved hardwood frames decorated with corner medallions and carved guilloche. h. 53”, w. 44‑3/4”

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$1,000‑$1,500 423 Pair of Continental Cast Iron Garden Urns ca. 1900, the urns with shell-molded sides decorated with raised honeysuckle, set with scrolled handles. h. 27”, w. 25”, d. 19‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 423

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424 Pair of Continental Cast Iron Garden Urns ca. 1900, the urns with shell-molded sides decorated with raised honeysuckle, set with scrolled handles. h. 27”, w. 25”, d. 19‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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425 Continental Patinated Bronze Whippet the dog posed at attention. h. 35”, w. 24”, d. 13” $1,500‑$2,500 426 Large Pair of Classical Cast Bronze Figural Torcheres

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20th century, both crowned with floral wreaths, one example holding a pair of doves, the other a clusters of grapes, each with an upraised torch set with frosted glass flame-form shades, electrified. h. 86” and 88‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of John Elliot Bradshaw, Houston, Texas. $1,800‑$2,500 This pair flanked the front entrance of the Bradshaw home, standing as guardians lighting the way. 427 Pair of Metal Planters of Asian Inspiration 20th century, with tapered sides, mounted with ring handles on two sides, drainage holes in the base. h. 24”, w. 23”, d. 23”

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$1,000‑$1,500 428 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Wood and Metal Planters 20th century, with tapered sides, framed with black painted metal, with square finials on the corners, the gray painted salvaged wooden sides set with lion’shead ring pulls, raised on paw feet. h. 32‑1/4”, w. 21‑1/2”, d. 21‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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429 Pair of Metal Planters of French Inspiration each with a metal frame terminating in ball finials and X-form decoration on the sides, with removable metal inserts. h. 23”, w. 24”, d. 24” $1,200‑$1,800 430 Pair of Continental Silvered-Bronze Torchere Lights first quarter 20th century, the bases decorated with winged angel heads and paw feet, the standards molded with stopfluted reeding, acanthus leaves and laurel leaves, the top portion with lotus leaves and reeding. h. 69”, dia. 13” $1,500‑$2,500

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431 Neoclassical-Style Marble and Brass Floor Lamp first quarter 20th century, possibly Caldwell, on a tripod base set with paw feet, supporting an acanthus-carved marble and brass standard. h. 73”, dia. 19” $1,500‑$2,500 432 Handsome Classical Revival Marble and Brass Floor Lamp first quarter 20th century, possibly Caldwell, with a tripod base set with masque-carved paw feet, the lower standard carved with a quiver-form basket of fruit, the upper section brass. h. 63”, dia. 20” $1,000‑$1,500 433 Pair of Teakwood and Metal Planters 20th century, of Edwin Lutyens inspiration, each with a metal frame set with vertically grained beaded teak, and acorn finials on the corners. h. 31‑1/2”, w. 24‑1/2”, d. 24‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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434 Pair of Danish Terracotta Plaques in the Neo-Grec Taste fourth quarter 19th century, each a bas-relief of neoclassical figures on an Attic red ground, impressed “P. Ipsen, Kjobenhavn, Eneret 363”, in carved and parcel-gilt frames decorated with black Greekkey frets. h. 13”, w. 22‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 435 Italian Carved Marble of a Satyr with Cymbals and Kroupezion 20th century, after the 3rd century BCE sculpture now conserved at the Uffizi (Tribuna), Florence, on a conforming carved wood plinth. sculpture h. 58”, w. 32”, d. 23”, base h. 11” Reference: Haskell, Francis and Penny, Nicholas. Taste and the Antique - the Lure of Classical Sculpture, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. $3,000‑$5,000

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436 Continental Neoclassical Giltwood and Marble-Top Center Table late 18th century, the rectangular marble top above a shaped fluted frieze centered by a relief-carved masque with a pendant swag to either side and by a foliate scroll design to either end, raised on paneled square legs with urn-form capitals, applied laurel garlands and ending in paneled peg feet. h. 32‑1/2”, w. 34”, d. 24” Provenance: H. M. Luther, Inc. Antiques, New York; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $3,000‑$5,000

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437 Pair of Monumental Neoclassical-Style Faux Marbre Wood Columns each with a fluted standard above a molded circular plinth. h. 37”, dia. 26” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 438 Italian Carved Marble Statue of “Aeschines” 19th century, the Greek statesman (and one of the acclaimed ten Attic orators) depicted deep in thought, after the 1st century CE Roman marble (itself after a 4th century BCE Greek bronze) excavated at the Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum, and now conserved at the Museo Nazionale, Naples. h. 42”, w. 16”, d. 11” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. Reference: Haskell, Francis and Penny, Nicholas. Taste and the Antique - the Lure of Classical Sculpture, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. $3,000‑$5,000 439 Italian Carved Marble Statue of “The Mattei Ceres” 19th century, the goddess of agriculture holding a sheaf of wheat, after the ca. 3rd century BCE Roman sculpture now conserved at the Musei Vaticani (Galleria dei Candelabri), Rome. h. 42‑1/2”, w. 15”, d. 10”

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440 Continental Alabaster Sculpture of “Sleeping Ariadne” ca. 1900, long identified as Cleopatra but now generally accepted as the Cretan princess associated with the myths of Theseus and the Minotaur, after the 1st century CE Roman marble (itself a copy of a 2nd century BCE Greek sculpture) now conserved at the Musei Vaticani (Galleria delle Statue), Rome. h. 19”, w. 25”, d. 10” Reference: Haskell, Francis and Penny, Nicholas. Taste and the Antique - the Lure of Classical Sculpture, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. $2,500‑$4,000 441 Continental Bronze of an Archer

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20th century, after the 5th century BCE figure from the east pediment of the Temple of Aphaia at Aegina. h. 43‑1/2”, w. 40”, d. 13‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 442 Rare Set of Four George II Sterling Silver Soup Plates hallmarked London, 1756‑1757, the maker’s mark rubbed, each of octagonal form with fluted bowl and gadroon and shell marli, the bowl engraved with the crest of Smith of Nottingham, Lord Carrington (an elephant’s head erased, charged with three fleur-de-lys). w. 10‑1/2”; 70.90 total t. oz. $3,500‑$5,000

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443 George III Sterling Silver Cruet Stand hallmarked London, 1796‑1797, by John Schofield, oval with eight reeded receptacles raised on flat column legs and centering a standard en suite with cavetto-canted rectangular reeded handle, fitted with two oil bottles, four vinegar bottles and two mustard pots. overall h. 9‑1/2”, l. 11‑1/4”, w. 6‑1/2”; weighted $1,400‑$1,800 444 George III Sterling Silver Inkstand hallmarked London, 1761‑1762, by Thomas Heming, of rounded rectangular form with invected corners, gadrooned corners and four rocaille feet, fitted with four receptacles holding silver-capped wells, engraved on the plateau with viscomital crest, probably for Philip Sydney Smythe (1715‑1787), 4th Viscount Strangford. l. 11‑3/4”, w. 7‑7/8”; 28.48 total t. oz.

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$1,500‑$2,500 445 Set of Three Edwardian Sterling Silver Graduated Platters hallmarked London, 1905‑1906, by the Goldsmith’s and Silversmith’s Co. Ltd., each oval with a “reed-and-ribbon” border, engraved on the rim with the crest and motto of White of Boston. 15‑3/4” x 12‑3/4”, 18‑1/2” x 14‑1/2” and 20‑1/4” x 15‑3/4”; 236.96 total t. oz.

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446 Paul Storr Sterling Silver Tureen hallmarked London, 1799‑1800, oval with gadrooned rim and reeded, acanthus-mounted handles, with conforming pedestal foot en suite, the fitted, domed lid with acanthus bud finial, engraved on the body with the arms and on the lid with the crest of Campbell of Argyll. h. 11‑3/4, l. 15”, w. 8‑1/8”; 85.75 t. oz. $6,000‑$9,000 447 Good Trio of Regency Baronial Sterling Silver Entree Dishes hallmarked London, 1810‑1811, by Thomas Robins, each of rounded and slightly concave rectangular form, with gadroon and shell rim, the dome lid banded en suite and with shellmounted addorsed gadrooned scroll ring handle, engraved on the lid with the arms and the interior base with the crest of Baron Suffield with Hobart in pretence. h. 6”, l. 11‑1/4”, w. 9‑1/4”; 213.99 total t. oz.

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448 George IV Sterling Silver Tea Set hallmarked London, 1822‑1823, by Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid, including a teapot, h. 6”, l. 10‑1/4”, a coffeepot, h. 8”, l. 10”, an open sugar bowl, h. 4‑3/4”, w. 8‑1/2”, and a cream jug, h. 4‑1/8”, l. 6‑3/4”, each with a pear-shaped body richly decorated with repousse acanthus scrolls and flowers on a pebbled ground, with mascaron-crested scroll feet and floriform finials. 78.73 total t. oz. $2,500‑$4,000

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449 George III Mahogany Secretary early 19th century, the molded and dentillated cornice above two astragal-glazed doors, the lower section fitted with a drop front opening to a variety of drawers and cubbyholes surrounding a central cupboard, over two paneled cupboard doors opening to pull-out shelves, raised on shaped bracket feet. h. 91”, w. 46‑1/2”, d. 23‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,500‑$2,500 450 Nineteen Leather Bindings including: Alexandre Dumas (1802‑1870), Works (Boston: Aldine, n.d.), twelve volumes, in brown half calf on marbled boards, the spines with raised bands and gilt lettering, rule and decoration, the top edges cut and gilt, with marbled endpapers, 7‑3/4” x 5‑1/2”. John Lingard (1771‑1851), History of England (Paris: Baudry, 1840), 5th ed., seven volumes (of 8; vol. III lacking), in tan half calf on marbled boards, the spines with raised bands, black panels and gilt lettering and rule, with ex libris markings/card pockets, 8‑3/8” x 5‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500 451 Suite of Eight George III Padauk Dining Chairs 449

late 18th/early 19th century, in the Chippendale manner, consisting of two armchairs and six side chairs, each back with four pierced ladder-backs above a padded, generous saddle seat, raised on chamfered square legs joined by an H-form stretcher. h. 38” $1,500‑$2,500

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452 Anglo-Irish Cut Glass Chandelier mid-20th century, in the Georgian style, the eight-light chandelier with a trumpet-form standard with two graduated prism-hung canopies, the cut glass scrolled arms terminating in scalloped candle sockets and matching drip pans. h. 35”, dia. 32” $1,200‑$1,800 453 Pair of English Hepplewhite Inlaid Mahogany Knife Boxes ca. 1800, now retrofitted as decanter holders, with cut corner slides, crossbanded and inlaid with stringing, the front mounted with Sheffield plate ring pulls, escutcheons and shields. h. 15”, w. 9”, d. 10‑1/4” $1,800‑$2,500

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454 George III-Style Mahogany Sideboard early 20th century, the bowed top with decorative stringing, above a conforming case fitted with a central cutlery drawer over a tambour cabinet, flanked to either side by a rounded cupboard door, raised on tapering square legs ending in spade feet. h. 37”, w. 58‑1/2”, d. 23‑3/4” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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455 Two Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Dishes probably Ming Dynasty, 17th century, the larger example with flared cavetto and everted lip, decorated with a central garden scene surrounded by individual floral motifs, the exterior with alternating stylized floral sprays, dia. 8‑1/4”, the smaller example decorated with two deer in a forest setting within compartmentalized borders depicting flowers and fruit, the exterior with floral motifs, dia. 7‑3/4”. Provenance: Adriaan’s Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana; Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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456 Pair of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Vases with Hardwood Covers Kangxi period (1661‑1722), each of ovoid form, with narrow neck, decorated to the exterior with floral sprays between foliate leaf pattern borders, the bases glazed and unmarked, with later wooden hardwood covers. h. 6‑3/4”, dia. 4” Provenance: Adriaan’s Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana; Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,500‑$2,500 456

457 Pair of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Bowls likely Ming Dynasty, 17th century, each of circular form, with steep, slightly flared sides and flared lip with subtle foliate edge, decorated to the exterior with a simple foliate design, the interior centered by a bird in a garden setting, surrounded by floral cartouches and ribbon motifs, the bases glazed and unmarked. h. 1‑7/8”, approx. dia. 6” Provenance: Adriaan’s Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana; Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,200‑$1,800

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in the Chippendale taste, consisting of two armchairs and ten side chairs, each with a shaped crest above a pierced and interlacing splat, the padded seat raised on cabriole legs headed by acanthine carving and ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 42”

the rounded rectangular top banded and raised on two pedestals, each with a turned and bobbin-turned standard to four splayed and reeded legs headed by a scroll capital and ending in brass caps and casters, with three 18” leaves. h. 29”, w. 46”, l. 69”, ext. l. 123” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi.

Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi.

$1,400‑$1,800

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460 George III Mahogany Chest-on-Chest fourth quarter 18th century, the molded and canted cornice above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, the lower section fitted with a brushing slide over three graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 75”, w. 42”, d. 21” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,800‑$2,500 461 George III-Style Mahogany Chest mid-19th century, the rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, raised on slightly splayed bracket feet. h. 41‑1/2”, w. 36”, d. 17‑3/4” 461

$1,000‑$1,500 462 British School (Fourth Quarter 18th Century) “Portrait of a Young Man of Leisure” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 28” x 22”, framed 31‑1/2” x 26” $1,000‑$1,500

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463 George III-Style Mahogany Settee the slightly domed and padded back joined by padded outscrolled arms to the cushioned seat, raised on chamfered square legs, upholstered in vieux rose damask moire. h. 36”, w. 89”, d. 29‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500 464 George III Mahogany Gainsborough Chair late 18th century, the domed and padded back joined by padded arms on scrolling uprights to the padded seat, raised on chamfered square legs joined by H-form stretchers, upholstered in vieux rose bargello-cut velvet. h. 38‑1/2”

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Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,200‑$1,800 465 Seven-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1900, Meiji period, including a pair of multi-faceted bowls, h. 4”, dia. 8‑3/4”, a pair of ginger jars with foo dog finials, h. 12‑3/4”, dia. 4‑1/2”, two scalloped bowls, h. 3‑1/4”, dia. 8‑1/2” and h. 4”, dia. 9‑1/2”, and a charger, dia. 18”. $1,000‑$1,500

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466 Seven-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1900, Meiji period, the collection including a large pair of vases with cut scallop-top edges, h. 14‑1/2”, dia. 6‑1/2”, a pair of beaker vases, h. 9‑1/4”, dia. 5”, a bottle vase, h. 14‑1/2”, dia. 7‑1/2”, two chargers, dia. 17” and 22”, and a larger charger with a blue scrollwork center, dia. 22”. $1,000‑$1,500 467 Pair of Large Japanese Imari Porcelain Temple Jars 20th century, of baluster form with domed lid and shishi finial, decorated with panels of peonies in vases, alternating with figures in a summer house, overhung with flowering trees. h. 21”, dia. 9‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500 468 Nine-Piece Collection of Japanese Imari Porcelain ca. 1900, Meiji period, including three ginger jars, one with a molded knop and two with foo dog knops, dia. 4‑1/4” to 5‑3/4”, a scalloped punch bowl, h. 3‑3/4”, dia. 9‑3/4”, four scalloped chargers, dia. 12”, and a lobed vase, h. 10”, dia. 4‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500 469 George III-Style Mahogany Tripod Table

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19th century, the tilting floriform top with recessed circular panels, raised on a fluted and turned columnar standard to three legs headed by foliate carving and ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 28‑1/2”, dia. 34” $1,500‑$2,500

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470 George III-Style Mahogany Secretary late 19th century, the molded cornice with a drop finial frieze over two astragal-glazed doors, the lower section fitted with a drop-front drawer opening to a variety of drawers and cubbyholes, over three graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 92”, w. 49‑1/2”, d. 23‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,800‑$2,500 471 George III-Style Mahogany Settee 19th century, the domed and padded back within a laurel-carved frame, joined by downswept arms to the cushioned seat, raised on chamfered tapering square legs ending in brass caps and casters. h. 38”, w. 73”, d. 27” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $800‑$1,200

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472 George III Satinwood and Giltwood Side Table early 19th century, in the Adam taste, the demi-lune top banded and with a half patera and sunburst inlay, above a conforming dentillated frieze centered by a carved urn, raised on fluted tapering circular legs ending in toupie feet. h. 33”, w. 48”, d. 20” $2,500‑$4,000 473 George III Mahogany Chest 19th century, the serpentine top with decorative banding, above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over two graduated long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet. h. 34”, w. 43‑1/2”, d. 22‑1/2”

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$1,000‑$1,500 474 George III-Style Mahogany Dining Table the rounded rectangular top banded and raised on two pedestals, each with a turned and fluted columnar standard to three splayed and ribbed legs ending in brass caps and casters, with four 19” leaves. h. 29”, w. 48”, l. 76”, ext. l. 152” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,400‑$1,800

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475 Pair of George III-Style Mahogany Armchairs in the Adam taste, each with a shield-form urn-centered back, joined by outswept arms to the padded seat, raised on chamfered tapering square legs ending in spade feet. h. 39” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $900‑$1,200 476 Pair of George III-Style Mahogany Side Tables early 20th century, in the Adam taste, each with a demilune top above a conforming garland-carved frieze, raised on paneled tapering square legs headed by bellflower carving and ending in foliate-carved feet. h. 34”, w. 48”, d. 22”

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$2,000‑$4,000 477 After Francis Cotes, R.A. (British, 1726‑1770) “Portrait of Mrs. (Mary) Coleby (1745‑1774)” oil on canvas unsigned, old handwritten note en verso canvas, after the portrait conserved by The Wilson/Chelthenham Art Gallery and Museum accession 1967.186. Framed. 36‑1/2” x 28‑1/2”, framed 46” x 38” Provenance: Countess of Malmesbury; Dr. Percy Mitchell, London, England; John Levy Galleries, New York, New York; Mrs. Paul B. Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; bequeathed to Carnegie Museum of Art; Sotheby’s, New York, January 31, 2014, lot 536; Private collection. $5,000‑$8,000

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478 George III Mahogany Bookcase fourth quarter 18th century, the molded cornice above two astragal-glazed doors, the lower section fitted with two paneled cupboard doors, raised on bracket feet. h. 81”, w. 38‑1/2”, d. 15‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $800‑$1,200 479 Two Pairs of Chinese Export Rose Medallion Porcelain Vases third quarter 19th century, the larger vases decorated with panels of figures in a court setting with a gilt fret surround, h. 12”, dia. 5‑1/2”, and the smaller urn-form vases with covers with foo dog knops and foo dog head handles, h. 11”, w. 4”. 478

Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 480 Six-Piece Collection of Chinese Export Rose Medallion Porcelain third quarter 19th century, including a pair of covered vegetable dishes with gilt artichoke finials, h. 4‑3/4”, w. 9‑1/2”, d. 8‑1/2”, and two pairs of similar candlesticks, h. 11‑1/4”, dia. 4‑1/4” and h. 8‑3/4”, dia. 3‑1/2”. Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500

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481 George III Giltwood and Marble-Top Side Table 19th century, the long rectangular marble top above a conforming foliate undulate-carved frieze centered by a pendant foliate shield, raised on cabriole legs headed by acanthine carving and ending in foliate-carved feet. h. 33”, w. 72”, d. 21‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 482 George II-Style Mahogany and Parcel-Gilt Mirror 18th century and later, with a central scrolled giltwood cartouche flanked by rocaille work on a swan’s neck pediment, the sides with pierced giltwood vines of flowers, the base with rocaille work. h. 54‑1/4”, w. 25‑1/4”

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$3,000‑$5,000 483 George III Satinwood Table de Chevet 19th century, in two parts, the superstructure with an arched handle over two small drawers and one long drawer, the rectangular top banded and above a single drawer opening to a baize-lined easel-backed writing surface, raised on tapering square legs joined by a concave stretcher and ending in ebonized feet. h. 44‑1/2”, w. 21‑1/4”, d. 16‑1/2” $1,400‑$1,800

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484 George III Mahogany and Pine Chest fourth quarter 18th century, the banded rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, all banded, raised on shaped bracket feet. h. 38”, w. 39”, d. 21‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 485 Suite of Eight George III-Style Mahogany Dining Chairs 19th century, in the Chippendale taste, comprised of two armchairs and six side chairs, each with a shaped crest rail, pierced splat, slip seat and cabriole legs on pad feet, now upholstered in blue brocade. h. 38” $1,200‑$1,800

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486 Four-Piece Collection of Chinese Export Blue Fitzhugh Porcelain first quarter 19th century, including a hot water dish, h. 2”, dia. 5”, and three matching oval platters, w. 11”, d. 13‑1/4”. $1,000‑$1,500

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487 Pair of George III Inlaid Mahogany Knife Boxes ca. 1800, the serpentine fronts outlined with crossbanding and inlay, retaining their fitted interiors, with ring pulls and oval escutcheons. h. 14‑1/2”, w. 9”, d. 10‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 488 Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Box Jiajing (1521‑1567) mark, and possibly of the period, the square-sided box with canted corners and tapering sides, the exterior decorated with a dense floral design below a scrolling foliate border, with conforming cover, the central panel of which contains a qilin in a forest setting, the base with a six-character Jiajing reign mark in underglaze blue. h. 4‑3/4”, w. 6‑1/2”, d. 6‑1/2”

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$1,500‑$2,500 489 Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Bowl Wanli (1572‑1620) mark and likely of the period, of circular form, with steep sides, the exterior decorated with fish amid marine plant life, the interior with a five-claw dragon within two concentric bands, the base with a six-character Wanli reign mark in underglaze blue. h. 3”, dia. 5‑1/4” 489

$2,500‑$4,000

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490 Federal-Style Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard late 20th century, in the Hepplewhite taste, retaining a “Virginia Galleries Henkel Harris” branded stamp, of serpentine form with a pair of drawers flanked by curved doors, the linestrung legs with inlaid bellflowers and cuffs, the top with a brass gallery. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 65‑3/4”, d. 25” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. 490

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491 Unusual English Mahogany Cellarette fourth quarter 18th century, the ogee-molded case opening to reveal a divided interior, the facade decorated with two applied cut-corner panels, fitted with brass post and bail pulls and casters. h. 32‑1/2”, w. 16”, d. 11” $1,800‑$2,500 492 Fine Carved Mahogany Linen Press in the Chippendale Taste first quarter 20th century, possibly by Waring and Gillow, Liverpool, with a molded and dentillated overhanging cornice above a pair of framed and paneled doors with finely carved foliate borders, the base fitted with a pair of side-by-side drawers over a single long drawer and raised on carved ogee bracket feet. h. 78”, w. 57”, d. 23”

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$1,500‑$2,500 493 Large Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Planter on Stand second half 20th century, of ovoid form with flattened rim, decorated to the exterior with fiveclaw dragons chasing the flaming pearl above stylized waves, the rim with floral motifs, with a hardwood stand raised on five scroll-form legs. planter h. 18‑3/4”, dia. 20”, overall h. 31‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500

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494 George III Mahogany Linen Press 19th century, the molded and dentillated cornice above a case fitted with two doors, each inset with highly figured panels and opening to pull-out shelves, the lower section fitted with two short drawers over two graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet. h. 80”, w. 48”, d. 22” Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 495 Regency Mahogany Bowfront Chest first quarter 19th century, the bowed top banded and above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet. h. 40”, w. 41”, d. 19‑1/4”

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Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 496 Eight-Piece Collection of Chinese Export Porcelain Plates third quarter 18th century, in the famille rose palette, including a pair of plates with a shaped border with green scrollwork, a plate with Mandarin decoration and the remaining plates decorated with peonies or roses. dia. 8‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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498 George III Mahogany Sideboard

497 Assembled Set of Ten George III-Style Ebonized and Polychrome Armchairs in the Adam taste, all with a shield-form back joined by downswept arms to the padded seat and raised on tapering square legs, eight with a Prince of Wales feather and swag splat of delicate floral accents, and two with a polychrome floral crest over a pierced oval-centered back and with gilt and polychrome floral accents. h. 39”

early 19thcentury, the triple-banded breakfront D-form top surmounted by a brass rail and above a conforming case fitted with a central drawer over a recessed well drawer, flanked to either side by a rounded cupboard door, opening to three small drawers to one side and two small drawers to the other, raised on tapering square legs ending in spade feet, the whole accented with decorative banding and stringing. h. 51‑1/2”, w. 84”, d. 29‑1/2”

$3,000‑$5,000

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499 George Morland (British, 1763‑1804) “Stopping by the Door on a Snowy Evening” oil on canvas signed left center. Framed. 24‑3/4” x 30‑1/4”, framed 31” x 36” Provenance: Reverend R. F. Phillips (b. 1817) of Stoke d’Abernon, Surrey, U.K., thence by descent to his son Frederick Abbiss Phillips, Esq. (1849‑1908); Christie’s, London, U.K., May 27, 1938, lot 71; Gawaine Basil Rowan Hamilton (1884‑1947), Surrey, U.K., thence by descent; Sotheby’s, London, U.K., July 15, 1998, lot 69; Christie’s, London, U.K., June 16, 2000, lot 57. $5,000‑$8,000

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500 Louise Steffens (Belgian, 1841‑1865) “The Fox Hunt” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 27” x 41‑1/2”, framed 33” x 47‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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501 Henry Schouten (Belgian, 1857‑1927) “The Hunting Dogs” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 15‑3/4” x 23‑1/2”, framed 21‑3/4” x 29‑1/2” $2,000‑$3,000

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502 Edward George Armfield (British, 1817‑1896) “Two Chained Terriers Training” and “Three Terriers Ratting” two oils on canvas each signed lower left. Framed. each 12” x 16”, framed 16” x 20” and 19” x 23‑1/4”, respectively Provenance: Latter from Kenulf Fine Arts, Ltd., Gloucestershire, England; Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 503 British School (First Quarter 19th Century) “Riding with the Hunt” oil on canvas illegibly signed lower right, a “Brian Stringer Antiques, Houston, Texas” label en verso. Framed. 23‑1/2” x 31‑1/2”, framed 28‑1/2” x 36‑1/2” Provenance: Brian Stringer Antiques, Houston, Texas; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 504 After Jules Moigniez (French, 1835‑1894) 502

“Three Hounds on the Hunt” patinated bronze first half 20th century, cast signature along edge of self- base, on a conforming stepped wooden plinth. overall h. 21”, w. 34”, d. 21” $1,000‑$1,500

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“Terriers Hunting” two oils on artist board and one oil on canvas the first and third monogrammed lower right, the second with the fox signed lower left. First and third framed alike, the second smaller and framed similarly. each 9” x 12”, first and third framed 17‑1/4” x 20‑1/4”, the second framed 15” x 18” Provenance: Two from Fleur de Lys Gallery, London, England; Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800 506 American School (Mid-20th Century) Pair of “Hunting Dogs” oils on canvas each signed “Maffai” at lower right or left, with “Brian Stringer Antiques, Houston, Texas” labels en verso. In matching frames. 15‑3/4” x 19‑3/4”, framed 20‑1/4” x 24‑1/4” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500

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507 Marie Calves (French, 1883‑1957) “Awaiting the Hunt” oil on linen signed lower right. Framed. 19‑3/4” x 25‑3/4”, framed 26‑1/2” x 32‑3/8” Provenance: Dusseldorf Auktionshaus, Dusseldorf, May 4, 2018, lot 25. $2,000‑$4,000

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508 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954) “Horse Racing at Renbaan Duindigt, Wassenaar, Netherlands” oil on panel signed lower right and en verso. Framed. 11‑1/2” x 19‑1/2”, framed 19” x 27” $1,200‑$1,800 508

509 Evelio Garcia Mata (Cuban/New York, 1908‑1984) “Galloping Stallions”, 1960 oil on coarse linen signed and dated upper right. Framed. 38‑1/4” x 45”, framed 45‑1/4” x 52‑3/8” $1,200‑$1,800 510 Suite of Eight Late Regency Mahogany Dining Chairs ca. 1825, each with a figured tablet back on stiles with lotuscarved capitals, slip seat and saber-form legs. h. 30‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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511 Regency Rosewood Parcel-Gilt and MarbleTop Side Table early 19th century, the rectangular marble top above a conforming brass-inlaid frieze, raised on ebonized lion masques to foliate-carved gilt paws on runner feet. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 45‑1/2”, d. 18‑1/2”

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$2,000‑$4,000 512 Large Pair of Carved Stone Sphinxes 20th century, probably diorite, presented on painted wood plinths designed for transport. overall h. 34” and 36”, l. 44” and 48”, d. 18” Provenance: Estate of James Julius Killough III, Houston, Texas. $2,000‑$4,000 Sphinxes were frequently used to flank entrance walks, acting as symbolic guardians. 513 Pair of Regency Revival Giltwood Sconces first quarter 20th century, English, with displayed eagle finials on leaf-carved backplates, the scrolled candle arms with carved classical heads supporting the candle sockets, with carved medallions, supporting giltwood tassels on chains. h. 44‑1/4”, w. 13‑1/2”, d. 10‑3/4” $1,800‑$2,500

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514 Pair of Large Parcel-Gilt Sconces in the Regency Taste 20th century, with leaf-carved scrolled supports, the beaded backplates decorated with eagle claws grasping circular serpents. h. 24”, w. 9‑1/2”, d. 15” $1,000‑$1,500 515 Pair of Regency Egyptian Revival Bronze Dore et Patine Candelabra first quarter 19th century, English, on bronze plinths mounted with stars and satyr masques, the standards modeled as female Egyptian figures supporting scrolled candle arms, the drip pans with bronze trim, and decorated with a pair of leopard heads with bronze rings designed to grasp chains. h. 20‑1/4”, w. 10”, d. 4‑3/4”

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516 Regency Rosewood Credenza first quarter 19th century, the superstructure with a marble top and three-quarter pierced brass gallery, joined by a mirrored back and brass uprights to the stepped rectangular top with decorative brass inlay, over a case fitted with two small brassinlaid drawers flanking an ormolu masque, above two paneled cupboard doors, raised on ormolu paw feet. h. 47‑1/4”, w. 35‑3/4”, d. 17‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $2,500‑$4,000 517 Pair of Regency-Style Giltwood Convex Mirrors 20th century, each mirror with a pair of dolphins, their heads forming the base, their tails intertwined to form the crest, with a reeded ebonized liner. h. 32”, dia. 26‑1/2” 516

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518 Suite of Six Regency Faux Bois and Parcel-Gilt Side Chairs early 19th century, each with a slightly domed, spiral-ribbed crest above a shell-centered splat, the padded seat raised on sabre legs, the whole with gilt accents. h. 32‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000 519 Handsome Regency Inlaid Mahogany Work Box first quarter 19th century, the hinged cover over a fitted removable tray, with a pair of drawers in the base, inlaid with lozenges and fitted with period lion’s head ring pulls, likely original to the box. h. 12‑1/2”, w. 15‑1/2”, d. 10” $1,200‑$1,800

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520 Pair of Regency-Style Parcel-Gilt Mahogany Jardinieres each with a circular pierced planter with gilt swan’s-neck handles continuing to graceful splayed legs joined by a stretcher shelf and ending in up-scrolled feet. h. 48”, dia. 24” 519

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524 Suite of Ten Regency-Style Mahogany Dining Chairs consisting of two armchairs and eight side chairs, each with a paneled curved crest above a lyre-form splat, the padded seat raised on reeded sabre legs. h. 37” $1,500‑$2,500 525 Pair of Regency-Style Creme-Peinte and Parcel-Gilt Window Seats each with a padded U-form seat and sides over a gilt lotusapplied frieze, raised on paneled splayed legs, upholstered in tufted peach strie silk fabric. h. 26”, w. 24”, d. 16” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas.

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$1,500‑$2,500 526 Pair of Regency-Style Giltwood and Gilt-Metal Sconces 20th century, the two-light sconces with pierced backplates with carved anthemia ovals set in bellflower-decorated openings, the leaf-carved bases set with turned giltwood candle sockets, electrified. h. 30‑3/4”, w. 12‑1/2”, d. 5‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500

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527 Pair of William IV Gilt-Bronze Candle Holders second quarter 19th century, English, each with a pierced base decorated with dolphins supporting the reeded standard, set with scroll-molded prism rings, with masque-molded candle cups and scroll-molded bobeches. h. 13”, dia. 5” $1,000‑$1,500 528 Sheffield Sterling Silver Tea Set with Silverplate Tray the four-piece tea set hallmarked Sheffield, 1910‑1911, by James Dixon & Sons, with a coffeepot, h. 8‑1/4”, l. 9‑1/2”, a teapot, h. 5‑1/2”, l. 11‑1/4”, an open sugar bowl, h. 3‑5/8”, w. 8”, and a cream jug, h. 3‑1/2”, l. 6”, each with a squat spherical body decorated with acanthus frond calyx, with crested handles en suite and rocaille banding, each engraved with a crest of a lion rampant guardant holding an anchor; together with: a silverplate tea tray, second quarter 19th century, by Creswick & Co., Sheffield, rectangular with robust rocaille rim and flat-chased banding, raised on four lion’s paw feet, the plateau engraved with the arms of Baronet Reade impaling Hoskyns for Sir John Reade, 6th Bt. (1762‑1789) and his wife Jane Hoskyns (1757‑1846), daughter of Sir Chandos Hoskyns, 27‑1/4” x 18”. 82.25 total t. oz. (sterling tea set only)

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Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,400‑$1,800 529 Cased Edwardian Sterling Silver-Mounted Royal Worcester Tea Set the porcelain Stoke-on-Trent, 1903‑1904, decorated with pink and blue rosebuds, rickrack and ribbons, the silver mounts by William Comyns, London, 1904‑1911, and decorated with openwork palmettes and floral ribbon scrolls, comprising six teacups, dia. 3‑1/4”, six saucers, dia. 5”, a teapot, l. 9‑1/2”, a sugar bowl, w. 6”, and a creamer, l. 4‑1/4”, with six silver “Hanoverian” teaspoons, l. 4‑3/8”, and sugar tongs, l. 4‑1/4” (hallmarked Sheffield/London, 1894‑1906), presented in a fitted claret velvet and cream satin-lined case, 5” x 24” x 16”. 14.80 total t. oz. (weighable silver)

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530 Impressive Edwardian Sterling Silver Chatelaine hallmarked Birmingham, 1900‑1901, by Lawrence Emanuel, in the chinoiserie taste, with hinged central plaque, four articulated plaques and six suspension chains, with fittings hallmarked 1899‑1908, by L. Emanuel, Saunders & Shepherd, H. Matthews, J. Alles & A.E. Goodby, including a thimble case with original thimble, sewing scissors and case, needle case, tape measure, vinaigrette, cased prayer book, note pad and pen, coin purse and pen knife. l. 15‑1/4”, 13.59 t. oz. (including fittings, some with non-silver elements) Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 531 George V Sterling Silver-Mounted Dresser Mirror hallmarked London, 1912‑1913, by William Comyns & Son, in the neoclassical taste, rectangular with leafand-dart edging, the conforming crest with an oval medallion and surmounted by a tazza and Vitruvian scrolls, fitted with a beveled rectangular mirror and velvet-covered easel back. 18‑3/4” x 21‑1/2” 530

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534 Antique Heriz Carpet 11’ 2” x 14’ 8” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,500‑$2,500 535 Antique Bidjar Carpet 11’ 2” x 18’ $2,500‑$4,000 536 Turkish Angora Oushak Carpet 11’ 9” x 15’ $1,500‑$2,500 537 Angora Oushak Carpet 9’ x 11’ 3” $4,000‑$7,000 534

538 Peshawar Serapi Carpet 9’ 10” x 13’ 8” $2,000‑$4,000 539 Semi-Antique Malayer Runner 4’ 2” x 17’ $1,200‑$1,800

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$4,000‑$7,000

$1,200‑$1,800

541 Agra Serapi Runner 2’ 7” x 24’ 3”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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$1,500‑$2,500 545 Angora Oushak Carpet

10’ x 13’ Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 Lots 551 - 1008

Lot 868


551 14k Yellow Gold and Sapphire Purse first quarter 20th century, with a gold frame and gold mesh pouch, with sapphire cabochon-set kiss clasp. size 4‑7/8” x 4‑1/2”, not including chain, total weight 198.1 grams Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $3,000‑$5,000 552 Two Austro-Hungarian 18K Rose Gold Gentleman’s Watch Chains ca. 1900, each a modified double-curb link with oval-cut amethyst swivel fob, the first chain made in Prague, l. 12”, the fob with an approximate 12.25‑carat amethyst and made by Franz Singer, Vienna, l. 2‑1/2”; the second chain made in Vienna, l. 12”, the fob with an approximate 21.00‑carat amethyst and made by Schlesinger & Perlberg, Prague, l. 2‑1/2”. 68.4 gr. total weight Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 553 Emerald, Pearl and Ruby Bangle Bracelet 14k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet with a foliage design, set with round cabochon-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 4.00 carats in total and round faceted treated rubies weighing approximately 1.75 carats in total, accented with 4.7 mm round cultured pearls. w. 3/4”, inside circumference 7‑1/8”, total weight 51.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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554 Three Pieces of Victorian 15K Gold Jewelry second half 19th century, including an oval brooch centering a blue enamel star with seed pearl, with wire-and-bead banding, suspending a detachable pendant en suite, with locket back, w. 1‑7/16”, h. 1‑15/16”; a pair of pendant earrings en suite with “fishhook” wires, h. 2‑5/8”, presented in a period (but not original) case; and a rectangular bar pin with wire-andbead decoration, suspending a detachable framed polygon pendant (the catch a later replacement), w. 2”, h. 1”. 19.3 gr. total weight $1,000‑$1,500 555 Three Cartier and One Italian 18K Gold Religious Medals including: A Cartier First Communion medal by Frederic de Vernon (1858‑1912), the obverse with Christ performing the Eucharist, the reverse with the Holy Spirit communing with a supplicant, dia. 15/16” A Cartier First Communion medal by Frederic de Vernon (1858‑1912), the obverse with the face of Christ, the reverse with the Agnus Dei, dia. 7/8” A Cartier Marian medal by Raymond Tschudin (1916‑1998), single struck with a profile of the Madonna, dia. 7/8” A Gaetano Turri, Verona Pilgrim medal, single struck with Michelangelo’s “Pieta”, dia. 13/16” 29.9 gr. total weight $1,000‑$1,500


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556 Diamond Dangle Earrings 14k yellow gold, the clip-back earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.11 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑SI1. l. 1‑1/2”, total weight 20.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 557 Gold and Diamond Collar Necklace 18k yellow gold, the woven necklace mounted with single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.08 carats in total. l. 15”, total weight 64.0 grams $1,500‑$2,500 558 Gold and Diamond Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the flexible bracelet mounted with sections set with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.74 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 72.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000

559 Diamond Tennis Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 4.33 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑SI1. l. 7”, total weight 24.0 grams $2,500‑$4,000 560 Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.13 carats, approximate color H and clarity SI2, accented on each side by a single-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.01 carats in total. size 6‑1/2, total weight 3.0 grams $7,000‑$10,000 561 Judith Ripka Diamond Necklace 18k yellow gold, the gold links mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 7.31 carats in total, stamped “JR18K”. l. 17”, total weight 124.0 grams $18,000‑$25,000

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564 Three David Yurman Gem-Set Gold Cable Bracelets 562 Diamond Band 18k yellow gold, the undulating band mounted with a middle row of oval- and marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.02 carats in total, flanked on the top and bottom by a row of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1‑SI1. size 6‑1/4, total weight 6.0 grams

14k yellow gold, one bracelet mounted with amethyst cabochons on each end and accented by round emerald cabochons, another bracelet mounted with blue topaz cabochons on each end and accented by round ruby cabochons, and the last bracelet mounted with gold caps on each end, stamped “14k, Yurman”. inside circumference 6‑1/2”, total weight 55.8 grams $1,800‑$2,500

$1,000‑$1,500

565 David Webb Ear Clips

563 David Yurman-Style Gold and Diamond Cable Choker

18k yellow gold, the large ear clips with a braided pattern, stamped “WEBB, 18k”. l. 1‑3/8”, total weight 43.6 grams

14k yellow gold, the double “X”, double-cable designed choker mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 carats in total, marked “D. Yurman, 14” and with indecipherable marks. inside circumference 15”, total weight 61.5 grams

$1,400‑$1,800

$1,500‑$2,500

566 Verdura Quartz and Onyx Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet with a twisted design, one end finished with an 18.0 mm oval faceted white quartz cabochon and the other end finished with an 18.0 mm oval faceted black onyx cabochon, stamped “VERDURA, 750”. inside circumference 6”, total weight 49.0 grams $9,000‑$12,000

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18k yellow gold, the large brooch with a hammered texture, set with an 11.0 mm cultured button pearl at the center and four teardrop and disc-shaped freshwater pearls on the perimeter, stamped with the Elizabeth Locke logo and “18k”. l. 2‑1/2”, total weight 34.2 grams

18k yellow gold, the bands with a hammered texture and signed with the Elizabeth Locke logo. size 7‑1/2, total weight 14.4 grams

$1,800‑$2,500

571 Elizabeth Locke Venetian Glass and Pearl Brooch

568 Pair of Elizabeth Locke Freshwater Pearl Ear Clips 18k yellow gold, the ear clips with retractable posts and omega backs, each set with a 9.5 mm round button pearl at the center with four baroque freshwater pearls, stamped with the Elizabeth Locke logo and “18k”. l. 1‑1/2”, total weight 20.0 grams $1,500‑$2,500 569 Pair of Elizabeth Locke Ear Clips 18k yellow gold, the large ear clips with a hammered texture and retractable posts with omega backs, set with a gold replica ancient coin, stamped with the Elizabeth Locke logo and “18k”. dia. 1‑1/4”, total weight 33.2 grams $1,500‑$2,500

$1,000‑$1,500

18k yellow gold, the large brooch set with an aqua-colored Venetian glass intaglio of a nymph riding a dolphin, with a mother-of-pearl back, accented with four 9.6 mm cultured pearls on the perimeter, stamped with the Elizabeth Locke logo and “18k”. size 2‑7/8” x 2‑5/8”, total weight 43.8 grams $1,800‑$2,500 572 Elizabeth Locke Venetian Glass Earrings and Pendant 18k/19k yellow gold, the cerulean blue earrings set with Venetian glass molded with a bee, l. 1/2”, and the cerulean blue pendant, modified from a stick pin, set with a Venetian glass intaglio of a cherub with a rooster, l. 1/2”. total weight 11.6 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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576 Apatite and Diamond Necklace 18k white/yellow gold, the pendant mounted with an oval-cut apatite weighing approximately 16.27 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.26 carats in total, l. 1‑7/8”, suspended from an 18” white gold chain. total weight 25.8 grams $5,000‑$8,000 577 Tanzanite, Aquamarine and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut tanzanite weighing approximately 1.02 carats and an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 0.94 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.98 carats in total. size 7, total weight 5.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 578 Tanzanite and Diamond Ring 573

573 Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant with Chain

14k white gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut tanzanite weighing approximately 7.47 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.98 carats in total. size 7, total weight 8.1 grams $4,500‑$7,000

18k white gold, the pendant mounted with a pear-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 4.46 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.29 carats in total, l. 1”, suspended from an 18” white gold chain. total weight 4.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800 574 Aquamarine and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut treated aquamarine weighing approximately 2.17 carats, flanked on either side by a princess-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.19 carats in total, the whole accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total. size 7, total weight 5.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800 575 Aquamarine and Diamond Necklace 18k white/rose gold, the necklace mounted with a pear-cut aquamarine pendant weighing approximately 11.38 carats, surrounded by a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, the stone suspended from an outer pear-shaped frame mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds set with a larger rose-cut diamond at the bail, l. 1‑7/8”, the pendant suspended from a 16” chain bezel-set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, the necklace and pendant with an approximate total diamond weight of 2.78 carats, approximate color E-I and clarity VS1‑SI1. total weight 17.0 grams $5,000‑$8,000

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582 Opal and Diamond Bracelet and Ring 14k yellow gold/sterling silver, the hinged bracelet and ring mounted with oval cabochon-cut opals weighing approximately 17.02 carats in total, and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.42 carats in total. ring size 6‑3/4, bracelet inside circumference 7‑1/4”, total weight 38.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800 583 Opal and Diamond Ring 18k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an oval cabochoncut opal weighing approximately 3.02 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.07 carats in total. size 8‑1/4, total weight 8.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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579 Opal, Sapphire and Diamond Bangle Bracelet sterling silver, the hinged bracelet designed with “flowers”, the “petals” mounted with pear-cut opals weighing approximately 36.00 carats, the centers and the field of the bracelet mounted with pear- and oval-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 60.58 carats in total, the whole accented with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.57 carats in total. w. 1‑1/2”, inside circumference 8”, total weight 118.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 580 Opal and Diamond Necklace

584 Mexican Fire Opal and Diamond Pendant with Chain 14k yellow gold, the pendant mounted with a cushion-cut Mexican fire opal weighing approximately 2.54 carats, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.41 carats in total, l. 1”, suspended from an 18” yellow gold chain. total weight 3.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 585 Mexican Fire Opal and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an oval-cut Mexican fire opal weighing approximately 2.45 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats in total. size 7‑1/4, total weight 7.1 grams $1,400‑$1,800

14k yellow gold, the necklace composed of oval and pear cabochon-cut opals weighing approximately 27.91 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.35 carats in total. l. 17‑1/2”, total weight 37.8 grams $4,500‑$7,000 581 Opal and Diamond Bangle Bracelet sterling silver, the hinged bracelet mounted with oval cabochon-cut opals weighing approximately 40.70 carats in total, accented throughout with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.03 carats in total. w. 1‑1/2”, inside circumference 7”, total weight 62.5 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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14k yellow gold, including an eight-strand red coral necklace composed of 3.0 mm coral beads, accented with gold beads and finished with a “ribbon”-designed clasp, stamped “Mf.”, l. 19”, an eight-strand red coral bracelet composed of 3.0 mm beads and finished with a gold “snail” clasp, marked “Mignon Faget, New Orleans”, l. 8‑1/4”, together with a related fivestrand angel-skin coral necklace composed of 5.5 mm to 6.0 mm beads, accented with gold beads and finished with a gold ribbed clasp, stamped “H”, l. 19”. total weight 203.8 grams

14k yellow gold/sterling silver, the earrings mounted with pear- and round-shaped cabochon-cut turquoises weighing approximately 21.62 carats in total, accented with round-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 0.16 carats in total and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.18 carats in total. l. 2”, total weight 13.6 grams

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$1,800‑$2,500 590 Gold and Turquoise Ring 14k yellow gold, the wide domed ring with a florentine finish, mounted with cabochon-cut turquoises weighing approximately 2.26 carats in total. size 5‑1/2, total weight 8.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 591 Turquoise and Diamond Bangle Bracelet sterling silver, the hinged bracelet mounted with disc-shaped turquoises weighing approximately 45.00 carats in total, accented by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.40 carats in total. inside circumference 8”, total weight 46.9 grams

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587 Angel-Skin Coral Ring and Earrings 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an approximate 18.00 mm x 12.80 mm light angel-skin coral cabochon, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.73 carats in total, size 5, and the earrings each mounted with an approximate 17.50 mm x 12.60 mm angel-skin coral in a braided edge, l. 1”. total weight 25.0 grams

$1,000‑$1,500 592 Jean Mahie Lapis Lazuli and Gold Necklace 22k yellow gold, the necklace composed of 10.0 mm lapis lazuli beads accented with free-form gold beads, stamped “Mahie, 22k”. l. 16”, total weight 90.1 grams $6,000‑$9,000

$1,200‑$1,800 588 Moonstone and Diamond Necklace sterling silver, the necklace mounted with oval-cut faceted moonstones weighing approximately 99.45 carats in total, each surrounded by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.10 carats in total. l. 34”, total weight 70.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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593 Lady’s Cartier Tank Watch 18k yellow gold, the watch with a quartz movement, the offwhite dial with black Roman numerals and the secret Cartier signature in the Roman numeral “10”, the case signed “Cartier, Water Resistant, 18k” and with Swiss hallmarks, reference #2442, serial #329,XXXMG, the case size 29.0 mm x 22.0 mm, not including the blue sapphire crown, the Cartier strap with an 18k yellow gold buckle, with inner and outer Cartier boxes. l. 6‑1/4” to 7‑1/4”, total weight 33.8 grams Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500‑$2,500 594 Vintage Judith Leiber Jet Crystal Minaudiere probably early 1990s, with shaped body and drop-in chain, the snail push lock closure pearl and semiprecious cabochonset, the gold kidskin-lined interior labeled “Judith Leiber/New York”, includes a matching coin purse, tasseled comb and swing mirror. h. 4‑3/4”, w. 5‑1/2”, d. 2”, chain drop: 18” $1,000‑$1,500

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595 Lady’s Rolex Diamond President Datejust Watch 18k yellow gold, the mechanical self-winding quick-change date movement with an ivory-colored dial with gold Roman numerals, the dial signed “Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Datejust, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified”, the aftermarket bezel set with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 carats in total, the bark-finished president band with a deployant hidden clasp stamped “Rolex, 8570F, Geneve, Rolex SA, 750, Swiss Made, 18K” and with Swiss hallmarks, reference #69178, serial #E721,XXX. inside circumference 6”, total weight 73.2 grams $5,000‑$8,000 596 Vintage Judith Leiber Jeweled Gold Seashell Minaudiere late 1980s, with drop-in chain and push closure, elaborately detailed surfaces with crystal bands, one side decorated with cabochon semi-precious jewels and a hinged vanity mirror, the gold kidskin-lined interior labeled “Judith Leiber”, includes a matching kidskin coin purse, tasseled comb and swing mirror. h. 4‑1/4”, w. 5”, d. 2”, chain drop: 20” Literature: See Enid Nemy & John Bigelow Taylor, </I>Judith Leiber: The Artful Handbag (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995), p. 28, for an identical but undecorated example. $1,000‑$1,500

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597 Vintage Judith Leiber Embossed and Jeweled Gold Minaudiere probably late 1980s, with drop-in chain and push tab closure, both sides floral- and scroll-embossed with crystal highlights and encircling crystal bands, one side with a gold silk tasseled fold-in metal loop, the rose gold kidskin-lined interior with a gold metal topped center divide, one side labeled “Judith Leiber”, includes a gold kidskin coin purse, tasseled comb and swing mirror. h. 2‑3/4”, w. 5‑1/2”, d. 2”, chain drop: 19‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

18k yellow gold, the watch with a quartz movement and a mother-of-pearl dial signed “Ebel”, with single-cut diamonds for the markers, the case set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 1.00 carat, the hidden deployant clasp signed “Ebel, 750” and the bracelet signed “Ebel, Beluga”, the case back signed “Beluga, 18k, Swiss”, with Swiss hallmarks, reference #866969, serial #42,104,XXX. inside circumference 6‑1/8”, total weight 68.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500 599 Alexandra Knight Orange Glaze Alligator “Taylor” Tote with brushed silver hardware and rolled handles, the open matching kidskin-lined interior with a zippered pocket brushed silver metal-labeled “Alexandra Knight”, a slip pocket below, zippered center divide and two gusseted pockets, resting on four tapered feet, includes an associated dust bag. h. 8”, w. 11‑3/4”, d. 6”, handle drop: 4” $1,800‑$2,500

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Zircon: a Misunderstood and Maligned Beauty

14k white gold, the ring mounted with a brownish-orange zircon weighing approximately 6.70 carats, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.60 carats in total. size 7, total weight 7.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800

Zircon is perhaps the best-known gem that is rarely encountered by consumers. This is not because the gem itself is particularly rare; it is plentiful in the earth’s crust and, indeed, thought to be the earliest crystal formed, with specimens found in Australia dating back 4.25 billion years. Rather, the gem has suffered the unfortunate reputation as a simulant or synthetic. Colorless zircon was a widely-used substitute for diamond in the early 1900s, and the similarity of its name caused it to be associated with cubic zirconia when that synthetic material was introduced in the 1970s. This association is regrettable, as natural zircon is beautiful gem, characterized by its “fire”: flashes of multicolored light which refract and reflect through the stone. It occurs in a broad palette of colors, the most common being shades of brownish to reddish shades of yellow. (The name “zircon” is thought to derive from the Persian word “zargun” [“gold-colored”] or the Arabic “zarkun [“cinnabar” or “vermilion”]. Zircon in these shades is often called “hyacinth” today. Blue is perhaps the most desirable shade, however, and was much favored in Victorian times; in 1927, Tiffany gemologist George Kunz proposed blue zircon be renamed “starlite” because of its celestial fire. Zircon, like other ancient gems, has a rich tradition in myth and lore. Hindu mythology records the Kalpa Tree, the ultimate gift to the gods, covered with zircon leaves. In the Middle Ages, the gem was believed to induce sound sleep, drive away demons and promote riches, honor and wisdom. It was, until its unfortunate decline, the birthstone for December and remains the astrological gem for Sagittarius.

601 Large Zircon and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a round-cut blue zircon weighing approximately 15.32 carats, accented on the ring shank with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.81 carats in total. size 6‑1/2, total weight 11.0 grams $2,000‑$4,000 602 Blue Zircon Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a round-cut blue zircon weighing approximately 8.84 carats, mounted on an engraved band. size 5, total weight 4.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 603 Zircon and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut brown treated zircon weighing approximately 9.39 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.48 carats in total. size 7, total weight 8.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800 604 Zircon and Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with a pear-cut treated blue zircon weighing approximately 12.38 carats, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.21 carats in total. size 7, total weight 5.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500 605 Zircon and Diamond Pendant with Chain 14k white gold, the pendant mounted with a pear-cut blue zircon weighing approximately 5.80 carats, accented with a baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.10 carats in total, suspended from an 18” white gold chain. total weight 3.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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14k yellow gold/sterling silver, the earrings mounted with a quatrefoil-cut and a square-cut green tourmaline weighing approximately 42.08 carats in total, and an oval cabochoncut pink tourmaline weighing approximately 18.62 carats in total, the whole accented with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.48 carats in total. l. 2‑3/8”, total weight 21.8 grams

platinum, the earrings mounted with oval-cut rubellites weighing approximately 51.85 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.61 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1‑VS2. l. 1”, total weight 19.0 grams

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607 Tourmaline and Diamond Bracelet gold vermeil/sterling silver, the flexible bracelet with a foliage design and mounted with cabochon-cut and carved tourmalines in various colors, weighing approximately 32.50 carats in total, accented by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.40 carats in total. w. 1‑1/8”, l. 7‑1/8”, total weight 46.6 grams $1,000‑$1,500 608 Garnet and Diamond Earrings 14k white gold, the earrings mounted with round-cut garnets weighing approximately 6.00 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.06 carats in total. l. 2‑1/2”, total weight 16.2 grams $1,400‑$1,800

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18k white gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut rubellite weighing approximately 10.42 carats, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.25 carats in total. size 7, total weight 11.0 grams $5,000‑$8,000 611 Stunning Rubellite and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings each mounted with a cushioncut rubellite weighing approximately 20.77 carats in total, each suspended from an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.70 carats in total, and accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.87 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2. l. 1‑5/8”, total weight 6.0 grams $12,000‑$18,000

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612 Stunning Diamond and Ruby Ring platinum, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 5.10 carats, approximate color O and clarity VVS2, surrounded by a halo of calibrated-cut rubies weighing approximately 2.08 carats in total, and accented on the ring shank with square-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.55 carats in total. size 6‑1/2, total weight 9.0 grams $60,000‑$90,000 613 Harry Winston Ruby and Diamond Ear Clips platinum, the earrings mounted with oval-cut natural rubies weighing approximately 1.98 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.13 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2, stamped “PT950, WINSTON”. l. 3/4”, total weight 9.0 grams $30,000‑$50,000 614 Natural Ruby and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a natural oval-cut ruby weighing 2.22 carats, FGA report #SS16145421, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.51 carats in total. size 7, total weight 8.0 grams $2,000‑$4,000 612

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615 Large Ruby and Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the flexible bracelet composed of links mounted with alternating round-cut treated rubies and round brilliant-cut diamonds, approximate color E-G and clarity VVS2‑VS1, with an approximate total ruby weight of 116.10 carats and an approximate total diamond weight of 17.79 carats. w. 2”, l. 8”, total weight 232.2 grams $50,000‑$80,000 616 Natural Ruby and Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a natural oval-cut ruby weighing 3.05 carats, GIA report #21985818676, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.71 carats in total. size 6‑3/4, total weight 7.0 grams $4,500‑$7,000

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617 Ruby and Diamond Necklace 14k yellow gold, the necklace mounted with oval-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 59.28 carats in total, each surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 11.78 carats in total. l. 17”, total weight 43.5 grams

620 Ruby and Diamond Earrings gold vermeil, the dangle earrings mounted with oval-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 22.00 carats in total, accented by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.20 carats in total. l. 2‑3/4”, total weight 18.7 grams

$6,000‑$9,000 618 Ruby and Diamond Bracelet

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14k yellow gold, the bracelet mounted with oval-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 33.29 carats in total, each surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.06 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 19.6 grams

621 Custom-Made Multi-Gem-Set Necklace 18k yellow gold, the necklace with a leaf design and mounted with round-cut blue treated sapphires weighing approximately 3.23 carats in total, round-cut pink treated sapphires weighing approximately 5.46 carats in total, round-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.43 carats in total. l. 17”, total weight 65.0 grams

$2,500‑$4,000 619 Ruby and Diamond Butterfly Necklace sterling silver, the butterfly pendant with an articulated tail and mounted with oval-cut and cabochon-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 5.00 carats in total, accented with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.58 carats in total, fixed to a necklace composed of 3.00 mm faceted treated ruby roundels, finished with a clasp mounted with rosecut diamonds weighing approximately 0.10 carats in total. pendant size 2‑1/2” x 2‑1/4”, necklace l. 22”, total weight 33.6 grams

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622 Emerald and Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 3.85 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.73 carats in total. l. 1”, total weight 8.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800 623 Emerald and Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 3.50 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.40 carats in total. l. 1‑1/8”, total weight 4.6 grams $1,000‑$1,500

626 Two Diamond and Emerald Brooches including a 14k yellow gold circle brooch mounted with alternating round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.86 carats in total and round-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 0.91 carats in total, dia. 1”, and an 18/22k yellow gold swan mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 2.00 carats in total, round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.23 carats in total and a single round-cut treated ruby weighing approximately 0.02 carats, for the eye, size 1” x 1‑3/4”. total weight 12.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800 627 Emerald and Diamond Earrings 18k yellow gold, the dangle earrings mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 6.35 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total. l. 2‑3/8”, total weight 8.7 grams $1,800‑$2,500 628 Emerald and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a treated emerald weighing approximately 3.51 carats, surrounded by a border of round single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.43 carats in total, with a Finger Mate adjustable ring shank. size 3‑1/4, total weight 12.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800

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624 Emerald and Diamond Earrings gold vermeil, the dangle earrings with three articulated pearshaped sections at the bottom, mounted with oval-, pear- and round-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 9.98 carats in total, all accented by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.15 carats in total. l. 2‑1/2”, total weight 32.3 grams $1,000‑$1,500 625 Emerald and Diamond Necklace 18k yellow gold, the pendant mounted with an emerald-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 0.62 carats, accented on the pendant and the double gold chain with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.37 carats in total. pendant l. 1/2”, chain l. 18”, total weight 6.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800

629 Emerald and Diamond Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the bracelet mounted with cabochon-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 25.37 carats in total, and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.64 carats in total. w. 3/4”, l. 7‑1/2”, total weight 90.0 grams $2,500‑$4,000 630 Beautiful Emerald and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 4.25 carats, flanked on either side by a triangle-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.67 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2, with an adjustable ring shank. size 3‑1/4, total weight 6.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000 631 Diamond and Emerald Pendant 14k yellow gold, the pendant mounted with oval cabochoncut natural emeralds weighing approximately 2.29 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.85 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2‑VS1. l. 2”, total weight 10.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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632 Multi-Gemstone Jewelry Suite 18k yellow gold, the suite including a necklace, ring and earrings mounted with rectangular cushion-cut and hexagonal-cut gemstones, including amethysts weighing approximately 6.46 carats in total, peridots weighing approximately 5.74 carats in total, blue topazes weighing approximately 8.34 carats in total, citrines weighing approximately 4.63 carats in total, rubellite tourmalines weighing approximately 9.74 carats in total, and green tourmalines weighing approximately 7.76 carats in total. ring size 8‑1/2, earring l. 1”, necklace l. 14‑1/2”, total weight 184.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000 633 Open Lot 634 Lemon Quartz and Diamond Bracelet 18k yellow gold, the bold bracelet mounted with emerald-cut treated lemon quartzes weighing approximately 418.32 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.57 carats in total. w. 1”, l. 7”, total weight 117.0 grams $18,000‑$25,000

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635 Peridot, Tsavorite Garnet and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the ring mounted with a central emeraldcut peridot weighing approximately 5.78 carats, accented on each side by round-cut Tsavorite garnets weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total, and bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.49 carats in total. size 7, total weight 6.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800 636 Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger Peridot and Diamond Ear Clips 18k yellow gold/platinum, the earrings with clip backs, mounted with round-cut treated peridots weighing approximately 10.16 carats in total, and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.50 carats in total, stamped “18k, PT950, TIFFANY & CO., SCHLUMBERGER”. l. 3/4”, total weight 18.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000


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637 Unusual Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the custom-made ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.30 carats, approximate color G and clarity SI1, surrounded by a double halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.32 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1‑SI1. size 7‑1/4, total weight 23.8 grams

642 Diamond Bangle Bracelet gold vermeil, the wide hinged bracelet with flower designs mounted with slice-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.35 carats in total. w. 1”, inside circumference 7”, total weight 82.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

Provenance: Estate of Carolyn G. Fay, Houston, Texas. $3,500‑$5,000 638 Wide Diamond Bangle Bracelet gold vermeil, the wide hinged bracelet set with slice-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.60 carats in total. w. 1‑7/8”, inside circumference 7‑1/8”, total weight 95.1 grams $1,000‑$1,500 639 Diamond Dangle Earrings 18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.85 carats in total. l. 2”, total weight 7.0 grams

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18k yellow gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.65 carats in total. l. 1‑3/4”, total weight 4.3 grams

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14k yellow gold, the square-shaped ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond, accented by two borders of round brilliant-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 1.15 carats, approximate color G-I and clarity VS1‑VS2. size 8‑3/4, total weight 6.0 grams

14k yellow gold, the hinged bracelet mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats in total. w. 3/8”, inside circumference 6‑3/4”, total weight 37.2 grams

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18k yellow gold, the 7.0 mm rope chain wrapped with a smaller box chain. l. 37”, total weight 85.4 grams

14k rose gold, the pendant mounted with a pear-cut morganite weighing approximately 14.74 carats, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.76 carats in total, l. 1‑1/2”, suspended from a 17” rose gold chain. total weight 11.7 grams

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646 Diamond Pendant Choker 14k yellow gold, the V-shaped choker mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat in total. l. 15‑1/2”, total weight 34.2 grams $1,800‑$2,500 647 Woven Gold Collar Necklace 14k yellow gold, the open weave necklace terminating with 3.5 mm spheres. w. 5/8”, l. 15‑1/2”, total weight 57.6 grams 648

$1,200‑$1,800 648 Diamond Earrings 18k rose gold, the half hoop earrings with a leafy motif and mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.85 carats in total. l. 3/4”, total weight 13.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800

650 Morganite and Diamond Ring 14k rose gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut morganite weighing approximately 5.92 carats, accented by a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.27 carats in total. size 7‑1/2, total weight 6.7 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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651 Diamond and Moonstone Necklace sterling silver, the necklace composed of links shaped as “flowers”, the centers mounted with cabochon-cut round moonstones weighing approximately 12.65 carats in total, and the “petals” mounted with slice-cut diamonds weighing approximately 20.12 carats in total. l. 17”-18”, total weight 20.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 652 Diamond Ear Clips platinum, the ear clips designed as flowers and mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.85 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2. l. 1”, total weight 22.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000 653 Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet with floral-designed links mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.90 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS2‑SI1. l. 7”, total weight 16.0 grams $6,000‑$9,000

14k white gold, the necklace with a chandelier design and mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.69 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity SI2‑I2. l. 16”, total weight 43.0 grams $4,000‑$7,000 655 Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing 1.34 carats, color F and clarity SI3, IGL report #D90707803IL, accented by round brilliant-cut and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.88 carats in total. size 6‑3/4, total weight 11.3 grams $4,500‑$7,000 656 Pair of Diamond Studs 14k white gold, the earrings mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats in total, approximate color H-I and clarity I2‑I3. total weight 1.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500 657 Diamond Engagement Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with a central round brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.13 carats, approximate color H and clarity VVS2, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.16 carats in total. size 4‑1/4, total weight 2.0 grams Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800

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18k white gold, the necklace with a curved bar pendant mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.74 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity SI1‑I1. l. 16”, total weight 3.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 662 Diamond Dangle Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings with two articulated drops mounted with round brilliant-cut diamonds suspended from the post mounted with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 0.94 carats. l. 1‑3/8”, total weight 3.7 grams $1,000‑$1,500 663 Unusual Black Onyx and Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring topped with a polished undulating black onyx incised with a row of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.50 carats in total. size 7‑1/2, total weight 36.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 664 Large Diamond Cross Pendant 18k white gold, the pendant mounted with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 7.19 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1. size 2” x 3‑1/2”, total weight 44.0 grams $2,000‑$4,000

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platinum, the ring mounted with a central round transitional-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.75 carats, approximate color O and clarity VS1, surrounded by a halo of square-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total and further accented on the outside border and ring shank with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.56 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2. size 6, total weight 6.6 grams

18k white gold, the ring mounted with an emerald-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 5.02 carats, flanked on either side by a mooncut diamond weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VVS2‑VS1. size 7‑1/2, total weight 7.0 grams $9,000‑$12,000

$18,000‑$25,000 666 Emerald and Diamond Necklace 18k white gold, the necklace mounted with an oval-cut treated emerald weighing approximately 2.81 carats, accented around the emerald and on the chain with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 2.63 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VS1‑VS2. l. 16‑1/2”, total weight 30.0 grams $4,000‑$7,000 667 Emerald and Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with oval and marquisecut treated emeralds weighing approximately 0.82 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.75 carats in total. l. 1”, total weight 4.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500 668 Emerald and Diamond Necklace platinum, the necklace mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 18.11 carats in total, each surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.63 carats in total. l. 16‑1/2”, total weight 45.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000 669 Natural Emerald and Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with a central emeraldcut natural emerald weighing approximately 1.14 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.90 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2‑VS1. size 6‑1/4, total weight 6.0 grams $2,000‑$4,000 670 Emerald and Diamond Bracelet 14k white gold, the bracelet mounted with oval-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 10.50 carats in total, accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.59 carats in total. l. 7‑1/4”, total weight 17.6 grams $3,500‑$5,000

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674 Pearl and Diamond Bracelet and Ring 14k white gold, the bracelet composed of four strands of 8.0 mm silver-white cultured pearls with a good luster, finished with a large clasp set with smaller pearls and round-cut treated emeralds weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total, round-cut treated rubies weighing approximately 0.35 carats in total and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.20 carats in total, l. 7‑1/2”, and the ring mounted with an 8.0 mm white cultured pearl with a good luster, surrounded by an open basket mounting set with single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.80 carats in total, size 7. total weight 73.2 grams

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676 Tahitian Pearl and Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with a 14.0 mm Tahitian pearl surrounded by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.83 carats in total. size 6‑3/4, total weight 14.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500 677 Tahitian Pearl Necklace 14k white gold, the necklace mounted with graduated Tahitian pearls ranging in size from 11.0 mm to 14.0 mm, with a very good luster, finished with a white gold ball clasp. l. 17”, total weight 89.6 grams $1,000‑$1,500 678 Christopher Walling Mother-of-Pearl and Garnet Brooch

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682 Tourmaline and Diamond Earrings 14k yellow gold/sterling silver, the earrings mounted with pearcut tourmalines weighing approximately 17.76 carats in total, accented by rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.63 carats in total. l. 2‑1/4”, total weight 26.1 grams $1,000‑$1,500

683 Multi-Gem-Set Tennis Necklace 18k yellow gold, the necklace mounted with round-cut yellow, pink and blue treated sapphires weighing approximately 26.24 carats in total, and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.40 carats in total. l. 20”, total weight 36.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500

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14k white gold, the earrings each mounted with a cushioncut treated sapphire weighing approximately 14.13 carats in total, accented by marquise- and round-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 3.00 carats in total and further accented by round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.26 carats in total. l. 1‑1/2”, total weight 11.5 grams

platinum, the ring mounted with a pear-cut treated sapphire weighing approximately 5.62 carats, flanked on either side by a triangle-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.72 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VS1‑VS2. size 5‑1/2, total weight 5.0 grams

$2,000‑$4,000

689 Sapphire and Diamond Earrings

686 Three Sapphire and Diamond Bangle Bracelets sterling silver, the hinged bracelets mounted with round-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 0.90 carats in total and round-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.15 carats in total. inside circumference 6‑1/2”, total weight 36.0 grams $1,000‑$1,500

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693 Sapphire and Diamond Ring

14k white gold, the necklace composed of oval-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 36.09 carats in total, each surround by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.22 carats in total. l. 17”, total weight 33.6 grams

18k white gold, the ring mounted with an oval-cut treated sapphire weighing approximately 2.32 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.69 carats in total. size 7, total weight 7.0 grams

$6,000‑$9,000

$3,000‑$5,000

691 Natural Sapphire and Diamond Ring

694 Natural Cat’s Eye Chrysoberyl and Diamond Ring

18k white gold, the ring mounted with a central oval-cut natural sapphire weighing 5.42 carats, IGI report #279763810, accented on each side by four round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.56 carats in total. size 6‑3/4, total weight 10.8 grams

platinum, the ring mounted with an oval cabochon-cut cat’s eye weighing approximately 1.57 carats, accented by baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.07 carats in total. size 5, total weight 12.0 grams

$3,500‑$5,000

$2,500‑$4,000

692 Diamond and Sapphire Ring

695 Beautiful Star Sapphire and Diamond Ring

platinum, the ring mounted with a central Asscher-cut diamond weighing approximately 4.75 carats, approximate color E and clarity VVS2, set into a domed setting mounted with square-cut treated sapphires weighing approximately 7.60 carats in total. size 6‑1/2, total weight 13.0 grams

14k white gold, the ring set with an oval cabochon-cut star sapphire weighing approximately 22.12 carats, surrounded by a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.34 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2‑VS1, with a Finger Mate adjustable ring shank. size 4, total weight 14.0 grams

$70,000‑$100,000

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696 Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet mounted with baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.65 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 16.0 grams $8,000‑$12,000 697 Diamond Earrings 18k white gold, the dangle earrings mounted with baguetteand round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.94 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2‑SI1. l. 1”, total weight 5.0 grams $1,800‑$2,500 698 Diamond Ring 18k white gold, the ring mounted with baguette- and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.50 carats in total, approximate color E-G and clarity VVS2‑SI1. size 6‑1/4, total weight 4.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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699 Diamond Bracelet 18k white/rose gold, the flexible bracelet mounted with marquise-, princess-, baguette-, and round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.27 carats in total, approximate color E-F and clarity VVS2‑VS1. l. 6‑1/2”, total weight 12.0 grams $4,000‑$7,000 700 Spectacular Diamond Bracelet 18k white gold, the bracelet mounted with twenty-seven round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 27.06 carats in total, approximate color F-G and clarity VVS1‑VVS2. l. 7”, total weight 28.0 grams $200,000‑$400,000


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701 Diamond Necklace and Earring Suite

702 Diamond Bracelet

gold vermeil/sterling silver, the necklace and earrings mounted with slice-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 19.56 carats in total. necklace l. 17”, earring l. 2”, total weight 76.0 grams

sterling silver, the pinched anchor-link bracelet mounted with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 12.74 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 20.6 grams

$1,200‑$1,800

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703 Convertible Diamond Necklace sterling silver, the long stirrup-link chain mounted with rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.83 carats in total, with a detachable diamondmounted bail in the shape of a link, used for the addition of a pendant. l. 32”, total weight 33.9 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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704 Diamond Bracelet 14k white gold, the bracelet mounted with round brilliantcut and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.50 carats in total. l. 7”, total weight 29.0 grams $1,500‑$2,500

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706 Beautiful Yellow Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut fancy yellow diamond weighing 3.50 carats, clarity VS2, GIA certificate #1126856693. size 7, total weight 4.0 grams $30,000‑$50,000 707 Yellow and White Diamond Band 18k white gold, the ring mounted with cushion-cut fancy yellow diamonds weighing approximately 1.03 carats in total, alternating with rows of round brilliant-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 0.30 carats in total. size 7, total weight 4.0 grams $1,200‑$1,800 708 Diamond Hoop Earrings 18k white gold, the earrings mounted with pear-cut and ovalcut yellow diamonds weighing approximately 0.90 carats in total, accented with round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.38 carats in total. l. 3/4”, total weight 7.0 grams $1,400‑$1,800 709 Lady’s Rolex Stainless Steel Date Wrist Watch the mechanical self-winding non-quick changing date movement with a silver dial signed “Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Date”, the stainless jubilee band with a deployant clasp signed “Rolex, Steelinox, G12, Swiss made, 625100”, reference #6919, serial #7,128,XXX, together with a green Rolex box. inside circumference 7”, total weight 51.0 grams

710 Yellow and White Diamond Ring platinum, the ring mounted with a cushion-cut light yellow diamond weighing 1.37 carats, clarity SI1, EGL report #US919839508D, set on three bands mounted with round brilliant-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 0.51 carats in total. size 7, total weight 10.0 grams $4,500‑$7,000 711 Fancy Yellow and White Diamond Ring 14k white gold, the ring mounted with a central cushion-cut fancy yellow diamond weighing approximately 4.09 carats, approximate clarity SI1, accented by baguette-cut white diamonds weighing approximately 1.66 carats in total. size 6‑1/2, total weight 6.8 grams $18,000‑$25,000 712 Lady’s Rolex Diamond Datejust Watch 14k yellow gold/stainless steel, the mechanical self-winding non-quick changing date movement with a champagnecolored dial with ten after-market single-cut diamond markers and an after-market bezel set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, with an approximate total diamond weight of 1.00 carat, the older rebuilt two-tone band with deployant clasp and signed “Rolex, Steelmax, Swiss Made, G6, 62523‑D14”, the dial signed “Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Datejust, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified, reference #6,916, serial #7,385,XXX. inside circumference 6‑5/8”, total weight 58.1 grams $2,500‑$4,000

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713 Gentleman’s U.S. $2.50 Gold Coin and Diamond Ring 14k yellow gold, the 1912 United States Indian Head $2.50 gold coin in a reeded mounting and surrounded by a halo of single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.25 carats in total. size 9‑3/4, total weight 15.6 grams $1,000‑$1,500 714 Mexican 20 Pesos Gold Coin Pendant with Chain 14k yellow gold, the coin in a mounting set with round brilliantcut diamonds weighing approximately 0.10 carats in total, dia. 1‑1/2”, suspended from a 23” Italian 14k yellow gold chain. total weight 39.6 grams $1,000‑$1,500 715 Gold Coin Pendant 18k yellow gold, the pendant mounted with a Mexican 50 Pesos coin. l. 1‑1/2”, total weight 43.9 grams Provenance: Estate of Lois Chalona Hawkins, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,400‑$1,800 716 50 Pesos Gold Coin Pendant the 21.6k yellow gold coin mounted in a 14k yellow gold frame accented with simulated sapphires and emeralds, dia. 1‑7/8”, total weight 58.9 grams, suspended from a gold-filled rope chain, l. 30”, total weight 28.8 grams. $1,400‑$1,800

717 United States $20.00 Gold Coin Pendant with Chain the 1924 St. Gauden designed coin set in a 14k yellow gold frame, dia. 1‑1/4”, suspended from a 27” 14k yellow gold hollow link chain. total weight 64.5 grams $1,800‑$2,500 718 Gentleman’s Patek Philippe Gold Watch 18k yellow gold, the “Golden Ellipse” model with a quartz movement, the crown with the “Calatrava” cross logo, the blue dial signed “Patek Philippe, Geneve, Quartz”, as well as the case and movement, size 36.0 mm x 31.0 mm, not including crown. l. 7” to 8”, total weight 43.5 grams $3,000‑$5,000 719 Gentleman’s Rolex Day-Date Wrist Watch 18k yellow gold, the self-winding, sweep second quick-set calendar mechanical movement watch with an after market silver-colored dial set with round brilliant-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, the dial signed “Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Day-Date, Superlative Chronometer officially certified”, the brown leather strap with a gold-plated Rolex-style buckle, reference #1803, serial #1,077,XXX. total weight 63.0 grams $3,000‑$5,000 720 Gentleman’s Cartier Watch 18k yellow gold, the “Vendome” model with a quartz movement and the classic Cartier Roman numeral dial with the secret Cartier signature located in Roman numeral “7”, the case signed “Cartier, Paris”, with hallmarks and serial #810,011,XXX, size 37.0 mm x 30.0 mm, not including blue sapphire crown. l. 7” to 8”, total weight 29.6 grams $1,200‑$1,800

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721 Constantin Wild Hardstone Angelfish Figurine Idar-Oberstein, Germany, the detachable fish carved from translucent agate and with onyx eyes, fitting into nephrite seaplants emanating from a sand-rose base. overall h. 7‑1/4”, w. 5‑3/4” $1,200‑$1,800

722 Three Constantin Wild Hardstone Duck Figurines Idar-Oberstein, Germany, including a pair of mallards with hawkseye head, silex beak and tigereye, agate, obsidian and dolomite body, with 14k gold feet and diamond eyes, and a wiho with lapis lazuli body, silex beak and carnelian eyes on a quartz geode base. mallard h. 2‑3/8”; wiho h. 2‑3/8” $1,500‑$2,500

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Idar-Oberstein, Germany, including a crysocol jay on a mineral and quartz crystal base, a rhodonite jay on an amethyst crystal base, and a labradorite sandpiper on a sand-rose base with quartz geode nest and crysocol eggs. h. 2‑3/4” to 3‑7/8”

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726 Exceptionally Rare”Maquette Francaise” Walnut Artist Model of an Equestrian fourth quarter 19th century, the horse and rider carved and fully articulated with flexible metal and brass ball joints, the horse with a leather banded neck, each figure stamped “Maquette Francaise sur Armature Articulee/Brevetee S.G.D.G/Paris B”, the figures mounted together on an adjustable iron stand raised on a wood plinth. overall h. 28‑1/4”; horse h. with straight leg conformation 27”, w. 27”; rider h. 20”, w. 6”; plinth l. 24” Provenance: Trevor Philip & Sons, Ltd., London, 1999; Private collection.

727 Fine English Walnut Artist Model of an Equestrian ca. 1830s, probably by C. Barbe, London, the horse and rider carved with incised features, fully articulated with flexible brass and wood ball joints, the horse with a segmented and movable mane, the figures mounted together on a later adjustable iron stand raised on a wood plinth. overall h. 22”; horse h. with straight leg conformation 20”, w. 20”; figure h. 15”, w. 5”; plinth l. 16” Provenance: Trevor Philip & Sons, Ltd., London, 1999; Private collection. $6,000‑$9,000

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Lay figures/mannequins are truly the “silent partners” in the history of Eastern and Western cultures. In Ancient China, they were fertility votives, temple and funerary guards. They were venerated in the form of a terracotta army of more than 8,000 soldiers buried with the first Emperor of China (259‑ 210 BCE) in Xi’an, and they have influenced various forms of Chinese opera for over 800 years. In the Occident they were more commonly facilitated in the plastic arts. It is purported that they were employed as anatomical aids by Ancient Greek sculptors, though no true evidence of them predates the Italian Renaissance, during which they were used by some of the most talented artists of the time. Michelangelo used them in his commission of the Sistine Chapel to better register light, shadow and perspective, while lying on his back on a ceiling scaffold, and Fra Bartolomeo, according to Giorgio Vasari, was the first artist to devise a fully articulated life-size lay figure in wood. According to Jane Munro, in her book Silent Partners: Artist and Mannequin from Function to Fetish, by the mid-to-late 18th/early 19th century, major English and French institutions commissioned elaborate, expensive artist/lay figures. In 1768, the Royal Academy commissioned a “Mr. Robert Addison” to produce an anatomically correct layman to “have the motions” and “be compleat in every respect”. Francois Guillois, a French contemporary of Addison, also courted the government and top art schools for bids to create technologically advanced lay figures. By the 19th century, smaller lay figures/maquettes, made of secondary woods like pine and walnut/fruitwoods, were marketed by colourmen/art suppliers to individual artists and studios to assist in the rehearsal of a movement or pose, in much the same way sculptors use modelli. These figures were

typically androgynous and came in a range of sizes generally under twenty-four inches. Equestrian sets, like the ones offered here, were avidly coveted by artists. Capturing the range and movement of a horse was a draftsman’s feat of virtuoso before Muybridge’s 1878 experiment with stop-action photography that finally settled the debate, “Do all four legs of a horse leave the ground when it runs?” In addition to nascent photography, these horse and rider models were instrumental to French and English artists at the turn-of-the-century. Period advertisements for the grand “Maquette Francaise” horse and rider boasted forty-two articulated pieces with superior metal interior armatures and ball joints for a princely sum of 100+ French Francs, the equivalent today of more than 315 Euros/or 358 USD. The smaller English horse and rider offered in lot 727 is a predecessor of the “Maquette Francaise”. Though its segmented wood mane and neck do not possess the same verisimilitude and range of mobility, its durability and craftsmanship rivals the newer French model. This equestrian set, also carved from walnut, is identical in size and construction to 1830 models marked by C. Barbe, a London supplier operating under the name C. Barbe at 60 Quadrant Street from 1827‑1837, thereafter as Camille or Charles Barbe and Lechertier Barbe until 1897. According to the British Suppliers Online Inventory at the National Portrait Gallery, Lechertier Barbe was regarded by the prominent writer George Sala as “a very old-established artist’s colour shop, indeed, as old, perhaps, as Winsor and Newton in Rathbone Place, although perhaps junior of the historic Newman and the equally antique Reeve”. Lechertier Barbe continued to market artist models/lay figures through the 1850s in their Artists’ Colourmen Catalogue, even boasting French models.

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728 English Giltwood, Composition and Marble-Top Center Table 20th century, the circular inset top featuring a pietra dura inlay of a knight astride his horse over the heraldic shield of the Dymoke family and their motto “Pro Rege Dimico”, of the Manor of Scrivelsby in the Parish of Horncastle, in Lincolnshire, raised on a bulbous standard surrounded by three carved rampant lions to block feet. h. 31”, dia. 25” $2,000‑$4,000 This family holds the feudal hereditary office of King’s Champion. 729 Anglo-Irish-Style Cut Crystal Chandelier mid-20th century, the six-light chandelier with a cut glass standard composed of cylindrical and spherical elements, the upper canopy hung with cut glass drops, the scrolled arms set with cut glass candle sockets and prism rings, set with a spherical pendant finial. h. 36”, dia. 25‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 729

730 Herend “Queen Victoria” Pattern Partial Dinner Service 20th century, Hungarian, the service comprised of twenty dinner plates, dia. 10‑1/4”, sixteen cream soup bowls, h. 2‑1/2”, and sixteen underplates, dia. 6‑1/2”, eleven dessert plates, dia. 8‑1/8”, ten salad plates, dia. 7‑3/8”, sixteen breadand-butter plates, dia. 5‑1/2”, five coffee cups, h. 3”, sixteen teacups, h. 2‑1/2”, and twenty-one saucers, dia. 5‑1/2”, a tricorn-form open vegetable dish, h. 2”, w. 10”, a barrel-form covered tureen with dolphin-form knop and handles, h. 12”, w. 11” on a matching undertray, h. 5”, dia. 11‑3/4”, and a square, handled cake plate, w. 11‑1/4”, d. 9‑1/2”. Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,400‑$1,800

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731 William IV-Style Plum Pudding Mahogany Center Table the circular top with a molded edge, above a concave frieze, raised on a turned and ribbed columnar standard to four splayed legs ending in brass caps and casters. h. 28‑1/2”, dia. 48” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500 732 American Renaissance Revival Oak Server mid-19th century, Philadelphia, possibly from the workshop of Daniel Pabst, the pierced and shaped acanthine-carved crest over a shelf, joined by shaped supports and a paneled back to a top with turreted corners over a single glazed cupboard, flanked to either side by lion-masque uprights, to turreted feet, the left side of the deck fitted with a pull-out slide. h. 64”, w. 36‑1/2”, d. 21‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 733 British School (Fourth Quarter 19th Century) “The Spinster’s Family” oil on panel unsigned. Framed. 16” x 24”, framed 22” x 30” $1,000‑$1,500 732

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735 Impressive William IV-Style Gilt-Brass Chandelier ca. 1900, the body set with scrolled and leaf-molded arms, around an urn-shaped finial, suspended on scrolled and ringmolded chains, the lower section decorated with masque and swag mounts. h. 40”, dia. 32” $1,000‑$1,500

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734 Interesting Edwardian Inlaid Rosewood Drop-Front Desk/ Portfolio Cabinet late 19th century, with a hinged lid opening to a small storage compartment, the drop lid opening to reveal a segmented interior and two swing-out inkwells and pen holders, raised on a trestle-form base joined by a turned stretcher. h. 45‑1/2”, w. 21”, d. 20” $1,000‑$1,500

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736 Henry Perlee Parker (British, 1795‑1873) “Portrait of a Chelsea Pensioner Reading the Naval and Military Gazette” oil on canvas signed and dated “1837(?)” lower right. Framed. 30” x 24”, framed 39” x 34” $4,000‑$7,000 Traditionally, the term “Chelsea pensioner” was used to refer to any retired military member residing at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Such portraits often depicted the former soldiers and seamen in red coats, reading up on the exploits of their active compatriots.

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738 Pair of Edwardian Leather-Upholstered Club Chairs early 20th century, each with a padded, rounded and tufted back and sides, above a cushioned seat, raised on ribbed bun feet, the whole with brass tack accents. h. 28” $2,500‑$4,000

739 Fine William IV Figured Mahogany Dining Table second quarter 19th century, probably made by Gillows of Lancaster and London, the top constructed of single-board “old growth” mahogany stock and opening to accommodate the three original leaves, raised on turned and carved legs ending in brass cup casters. h. 29‑1/2”, w. 50‑1/2”, l. 52”, ext. l. 126” $1,500‑$2,500

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737 Fine William IV Mahogany and Leather Mechanical Library Chair ca. 1830, with a tufted back, seat and footrest, a release lever under each arm allowing the back to recline, a leather-covered adjustable footrest slides out from the front apron, raised on turned legs with brass cup casters. h. 42”, w. 25”, d. 34” $1,200‑$1,800

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742 Victorian Mahogany Pedestal Sideboard mid-19th century, the arched figured mahogany backboard over a step-back deck fitted with three drawers and mounted to a pair of pedestal cabinets. h. 54‑1/2”, w. 78”, d. 27” $1,000‑$1,500

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740 Pair of Adam-Style Brass and Iron Andirons ca. 1900, decorated with ribbon-framed oval panels set with figures of muses, on bowknot supports, with cast iron billet bars. h. 14”, w. 5‑1/2”, d. 7‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 741 Pair of Victorian Mahogany Washstands mid-19th century, each with a concave canted square top with an opening for a wash bowl, joined by shaped supports to a like-shaped lower surface, fitted with a conforming drawer, joined by molded scrolling supports centered by a circular stretcher shelf and ending in scrolled toes. h. 33”, w. 15”, d. 15”

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745 Early Victorian Rosewood and Tunbridge Ware Teapoy third quarter 19th century, the stepped square top centered by an inlaid rose spray, hinged and opening to two removable lidded tea compartments and two inset glass mixing bowls, the concave case raised on a paneled, graduated standard to a concave square base on bun feet and casters, the whole richly ornamented with inlaid floral and geometric bands, in the Killarney style. h. 30‑1/2”, w. 15‑1/2”, d. 15‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

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743 Pair of Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Knife Urns first quarter 20th century, set with brass eagle finials, with fitted interiors, the coved covers with supports. h. 32‑1/2”, dia. 8‑1/4” $1,200‑$1,800 744 Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock late 19th century, the hood with a central brass eagle-on-ball finial, above a circular convex glass door flanked by classical inlaid pilasters, the central door and base with floral inlays, set with a brass time-and-strike movement. h. 88”, w. 18”, d. 9” $1,000‑$1,500

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748 Thomas Webb & Sons Cameo Double Gourd Peach Bloom Vase fourth quarter 19th century, the sides decorated with carved leaves, blossoms and a butterfly, signed “Thomas Webb & Sons” on the base. h. 7”, dia. 3‑3/4” $1,400‑$1,800

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746 Four English Enamel Boxes second half 18th century, either Battersea or Bilston, the collection including a circular religious-themed box with serpentine sides, h. 1‑1/8”, dia. 1‑3/4”, a hexagonal box with an urn of birds and flowers, inscribed “Peace and Love”, h. 1”, dia. 1‑5/8”, a circular box decorated with flowers, h. 3/4”, dia. 1‑1/2”, and an oval box with rocaille panels of flowers, h. 1”, w. 1‑7/8”, d. 1‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500 747 Late Victorian Carved Mahogany Library Table ca. 1900, the top with a foliate-, flora- and griffin-carved perimeter, the carved apron centered by a drawer with a lion’s head pull, raised on fully carved leonine supports, each with a heraldic crest, on a shaped base. h. 29‑1/4”, w. 54”, d. 32” $1,500‑$2,500

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749 Pair of Edwardian Satinwood Side Tables early 20th century, in the Adam taste, each with a scrolling foliate border surrounding a polychrome floral swag and inlaid half-patera, above a conforming like-decorated frieze, raised on bellflower-patterned tapering square legs. h. 30”, w. 42”, d. 16‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 750 Pair of Anglo-Colonial Teakwood Armchairs 19th century, in the William IV taste, each with a shaped leaf-carved crest rail over a shaped splat, molded arms with scrolled ends and turned, lotus-carved legs, the seat with a loose cushion over caning. h. 33‑1/4” $1,800‑$2,500

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751 Frederick Goodall, R.A. (British, 1822‑1904) “The Rug Merchant” watercolor on paper monogrammed lower right and pencilmonogrammed lower left on mat board. Framed. 10‑1/4” x 7‑7/8”, framed 17‑3/4” x 15‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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752 Persian-Style Ebonized Wooden Mirror with Bone Appliques in traditional Iznik decorative motifs, including lotus blossoms, leaves and scrollwork. h. 36‑1/2”, w. 24” $1,000‑$1,500 753 North African Mahogany Daybed early 20th century, the raised, outscrolled end padded and flowing to the padded seat, the whole within a richly inlaid frame of scrolling foliate and geometric patterns, raised on like-inlaid large bulbous legs ending in peg feet. h. 29”, w. 36”, l. 78‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800 754 Middle Eastern Carved Marble Basin possibly 18th century, with bas-relief carving of lotus leaves, scrollwork and silhouettes of faces. h. 10‑1/4”, dia. 24‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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755 Mozart Rottmann (Hungarian, 1874‑ca. 1960) “The Talmudists” oil on canvas signed lower left, several inventory labels en verso. Framed. 37” x 39‑3/8”, framed 48‑1/8” x 50‑1/2” Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, April 25, 2006, lot 102; Private collection. $60,000‑$90,000

Born into an artistic merchant-class family in Ungvar, Hungary (now a part of the Ukraine and known as Uzhorod) Mozart Rottman studied art and music in Budapest, Munich and Vienna. During World War II , separated from his family, he hid in the cellar of friends for over two years; he emerged to find his home destroyed and many of his family members - including his wife - dead. With the encouragement of two of his surviving brothers who had relocated to the United States, he eventually made his way to New York. This forced displacement likely influenced the artist’s preferred subject matter. Rottman specialized in genre scenes of contemporary Jewish life, often revealing aspects of that life which were rarely depicted. In the carefully composed painting offered here - one of several by the artist exploring similar scenes of Talmudic study - scholars are seated around a book-laden table, discarded papers at their feet. The figures, with their intense, rapt expressions, are perhaps debating one of the finer points of the law. Reference: The Wilkes-Barre Record, 24 December 1948, p.20. Retrieved from https://www.newspapers.com.

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756 Artur Markowicz (Polish, 1872‑1934) “Rabbi Holding the Lulav and Etrog for Sukkoth” oil on canvas signed lower left, a printed label identifying artist and two remnants of labels en verso. Antique frame. 20” x 16”, framed 26‑1/2” x 22‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 And you shall take for yourselves on the first day, the fruit of the hadar tree, date palm fronds, a branch of a braided tree, and willows of the brook, and you shall rejoice before the Lord your God for a seven day period. Leviticus 23:40 During the Jewish harvest festival of Sukkoth, the four plants referenced above are emblematic of God's abundance. The palm, tree, and willows are collectively known as the lulav, while the citric fruit of the hadar tree is the ertog.

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757 Art Nouveau-Style Bronze and Stained Glass Butterfly Lamp set with a butterfly-inspired shade, with amber and yellow glass panels, the rear with monarch butterfly-like tails on an Art Nouveau standard depicting a female in a flowing robe. h. 28”, w. 18‑1/2”, d. 22” $1,500‑$2,500 758 Rare Labeled Gebruder Thonet Bentwood Chaise Longue late 19th century, Vienna, Austria, model 7500, the caned seat flanked by arm rests, the beechwood frame on a rocking base, the back adjustable, retaining a paper Thonet label. h. 37‑1/4”, w. 26”, d. 88” Provenance: From the noted Louisiana collector Dr. George Crozat, by descent through the family to the present owner. This model was introduced in 1881. $1,400‑$1,800

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759 Karl Perl (Austrian, 1876‑1965) “Harlequin” patinated bronze 20th century, incised signature and artist’s cipher along side edge, on a marble plinth. overall h. 9‑3/8”, w. 8‑1/4”, d. 4‑1/4” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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761 Continental Patinated Bronze Bust of a Faun 20th century, incised signature “Neiford” and foundry mark along proper right shoulder truncation, on a custom square black marble base. sculpture h. 16‑1/2”, w. 9”, d. 10”, base h. 1‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 759

760 Franz Xavier Bergman (Austrian, 1861‑1936) “La Momie”, ca. 1900 patinated bronze signed (amphora) with “B” and “Nam Greb” in script, an erotic female nude within a hinged Egyptian sarcophagus, the front and sides with hieroglyphics, the reverse and interior with wood grain, presented on a white onyx plinth. bronze h. 8‑1/8”, overall h. 9‑1/8”, w. 4‑1/4”, d. 3‑1/8” Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. Literature: Illustrated: Joseph Zobel, Antique Vienna Bronzes (Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2008), p. 227, as coldpainted. $1,000‑$1,500

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762 After Halfdan Hertzberg (Norwegian, 1857‑1890) “Le Siffleur - The Whistler” patinated bronze first quarter 20th century, cast signature along back of self-base, artist plaque with title along front, interior of base marked “17763”, after the model exhibited at the Exposition Universelle of 1889. h. 15”, w. 5‑1/2”, d. 6” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500 763 Patinated Bronze Figural Grouping of Ballerinas 20th century. h. 27”, w. 14”, d. 14” $2,000‑$4,000 763

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765 Continental Crystal and Bronze Chandelier first quarter 20th century, possibly Sabino, with a molded glass inverted dome, suspended from beaded solid chains, from leaf-molded hooks on the canopy, the canopy with a swirl-molded urn-shaped finial. h. 22”, dia. 24‑1/4” $1,800‑$2,500

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764 Continental Art Deco Onyx and Marble Lamp second quarter 20th century, carved with a draped female leaning on a reeded urn, set with a light, the urn with neoclassical incised decoration, on a black marble base. h. 15‑1/2”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 7‑1/4” $1,800‑$2,500

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768 Lalique, France, Frosted Clear Glass “Bacchantes” Vase after a 1927 design by Rene Lalique, depicting dancing Bacchic nudes in high relief, engraved “Lalique France” in script along the base edge, presented in the original box. h. 9‑3/4”, interior dia. 6‑3/4”, exterior dia. 8‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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766 Unusual French Art Deco Giltwood Overmantel Mirror second quarter 19th century, with cornucopia-like sections faceted and decorated with ribbing and flowers, set with a beveled mirror plate. h. 26‑1/2”, w. 56‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

767 Art Deco Fruitwood Cabinet early 20th century, the rectangular cornice above a case fitted with two glazed doors, raised on inset block feet. h. 70‑1/2”, w. 52”, d. 19” $1,200‑$1,800

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770 Pair of Contemporary Silvered Bronze and Lapis Lazuli Occasional Tables in the Empire taste, each with a circular faux lapis top within a frame with faux lapis beading, joined by shaped supports to a lower smaller shelf continuing to splayed paw feet. h. 27”, dia. 25” $3,000‑$5,000 771 Mid-Century Modern Walnut Credenza/Dresser ca. 1950, attributed to Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville, the front fitted with six louvered drawers and raised on tapering turned legs connected by brass banding. h. 30‑1/2”, w. 54”, d. 19‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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769 French Chandelier, Attributed to Maison Jansen 20th century, the chandelier with a center smoke bell set with three lights, the bell with a steel and bronze ring set with scrolled candle arms and hung with swags of drops, the upper portion with sprays of crystal drops. h. 46”, dia. 33” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500 770

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772 Gilt-Bronze Prism-Hung Palm- and Ribbon-Molded Chandelier attributed to Maison Bagues, Paris, third quarter 20th century, modeled as palm fronds adorned with faceted drop prisms, the stem modeled as wrapped ribbon capped with a bow. h. 24‑1/4”, dia. 18” $1,800‑$2,500 773 Three French Bagues-Style Rock Crystal and Bronze Sconces mid-20th century, each with a carved rock crystal parrot on a quiver-form backplate set with a pair of polished bronze candlearms with candle cups and leaf-molded drip pans. h. 17‑1/2”, w. 11‑1/2”, d. 4‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500 774 Ann Getty House Collection Three Dragons Gueridon

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with a circular inset granite top adorned with tasselated pendants, raised on a reeded column with dolphin brackets, their tails wrapping around the column, on a shaped base with bun feet. h. 34”, w. 19”, d. 19” $1,000‑$1,500 775 Partial Service of St. Louis Hock Wine Glasses 20th century, French, comprising eight glasses trimmed with gilt, with cut panels and stems. h. 10‑1/4”, dia. 3‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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777 Waterford “Kildare” Pattern Partial Stemware Service 20th century, Irish, the service comprised of twenty red wine or water goblets, h. 7”, dia. 2‑1/4”, four champagne flutes, h. 7‑3/8”, dia. 2‑1/2”, twelve claret glasses, h. 6‑1/2”, dia. 2‑1/4”, and two “Araglin” red wine glasses, h. 7‑7/8”, dia. 2‑1/2”. $1,000‑$1,500 778 Contemporary Three-Piece Silvered Bronze and Mirrored Coffee Table in the manner of Maison Bagues, the frame in the form of overlapping leaves and set with smoky glass mirrors. h. 19”, w. 58”, d. 32”

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$1,400‑$1,800 779 Pair of Unusual French Steel and Bronze Sconces second quarter 20th century, of medieval inspiration, with pierced steel standards, set with brass candle cups and steel drip pans, the standards with molded bronze leaves on each side, applied leaves in the center and the lower edge with a scrollwork and rope-twist finial. h. 26‑1/2”, w. 10”, d. 3‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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776 Unique Rosewood Circular Horseshoe Dining Table mid-20th century, the banded rosewood top with selfstoring leaves underneath, with inset brass hinges, raised on square, slightly tapered legs. h. 29”, dia. 48”, ext. dia. 70” 777

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780 A. Bergue Argente Metal and Onyx-Top Console Table in the Louis XVI style, the slightly bowed rectangular top with concave corners, above a scrolling foliate-pierced frieze, raised on fluted tapering circular legs ending in tubular feet, and bearing an engraved signature “A. Bergue”. h. 31”, w. 55‑1/4”, d. 11‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 781 Vintage Louis Vuitton Suitcase the hard case covered in stencilled monogrammed canvas, bound in leather and brass trim with protective LV outercovers, the interior with cloth straps, “Ave. Marceau” label numbered 849158, on a later custom metal stand. overall h. 24”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 14‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500 782

782 Monumental Continental Giltwood Lantern mid-20th century, the four-light lantern with an open scrolled frame, the lights mounted on scrolled arms, an acorn finial at the top and a pendant ball finial at the base. h. 55”, dia. 24‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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783 Pair of Regency-Inspired Parcel-Gilt Lamps 20th century, the paw-feet lamps topped with acanthus carving, and decorated with parcel-gilding on a black ground, raised on acrylic bases. h. 17‑1/2”, w. 5”, d. 9‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 781

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784 Pair of Mid-Century Modern Klismos-Style Ebonized T-Back Occasional Chairs manufactured by Angelo Donghia, with a curved bentwood back, upholstered serpentine seat and raised on klismos-form legs. h. 30‑1/2”, w. 25‑1/2”, d. 24” $1,000‑$1,500

785 Steinway & Sons, New York/Hamburg, Model M Studio Grand Piano and Matching Bench ca. 1987‑1988, the case and matching bench satinebonized, with accelerated action, hexagrip pinlock and diaphragmatic soundboard, serial number 504820, the cast iron harp bearing the gilt signature of John Howland Steinway (1917‑1989). piano h. 39”, w. 58”, l. 65”

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786 Gilt-Metal and Wood Gallery Clock Plaque 20th century, with a gilt surround, with a Roman numeral chapter ring and pierced hands, nonoperational. dia. 43‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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787 Pair of French Porcelain, Gilt-Bronze and Marble Cachepots on Stands 20th century, the hexagonal black-glazed cachepots flecked with gilt and raised on gilt-bronze bases, with spurious Sevres-style marks on the bottom, on black marble bases. h. 25‑1/4”, w. 15”, d. 15” 786

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788 Pair of Spirited Cast Iron Horse Heads late 19th century, in the French taste, framed with flowing manes, the lower portions with bundles of oak leaves. h. 20”, w. 16”, d. 13” $1,400‑$1,800

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791 Contemporary Acrylic Sculpture of a Mother and Child

each constructed of square lucite tubes secured by brushed and lacquered brass joints supporting five glass shelves, retaining paper labels and an engraved plate denoting the maker. h. 66‑1/8”, w. 20”, d. 16”

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790 Frederick Elliott Hart (American, 1943‑1999) “Echo of Silence”, 1992 acrylic and polyester resin incised initials, numbered “266/350”, and dated along back edge. h. 21‑1/2”, w. 11‑1/2”, d. 6‑1/2” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800 790

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792 American Brass Chandelier with Steuben Shades first quarter 20th century, the five-light chandelier with a molded body, the molded sockets hanging from chains, mounted with engraved opalescent white Steuben glass shades, signed on top. h. 37”, dia. 17” $1,000‑$1,500 793 Handsome American Art Deco Brass Chandelier first quarter 20th century, mounted with signed Quezal orange iridescent glass shades, the chandelier with a leafmolded standard hung from scroll-molded chains, with leafmolded brackets supporting the sockets and shade holders. h. 31”, dia. 12‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 794 French Bronze Chandelier second quarter 20th century, the four-light chandelier with a standard molded to resemble a fringed tassel, the scrolled arms terminating in tulip-form leaf-molded sockets set with frosted and cut art glass shades with orange overlay flower decoration. h. 34”, dia. 12” $1,000‑$1,500

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795 Thomas Bruno (American/Louisiana, b. 1960) “Female Nude” patinated bronze cast signature along self-base, on a thin black stone base. overall h. 16”, w. 12”, d. 7‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 796 Peter Agostini (American/New York, 1913‑1993) “Untitled”, 1950 bronze numbered “4/7” and dated on self-base. h. 6‑1/2”, w. 3”, d. 2”

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797 Peter Lyell Robinson (Australian/British, b. 1962)

$1,000‑$1,500

“Olympia”, 1989 patinated bronze incised signature, numbered “1/9”, and dated along proper right thigh, now on a specially-made tiered wooden base. overall h. 26”, w. 48”, d. 15” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $4,000‑$7,000 Peter Robinson’s sculptures are expressionistic explorations of the female form. Employing the uncompromising materials of bronze and stone, he reduces his figures to their essential, most easily recognizable elements. The resulting works reveal a sense of strength and gravitas. Robinson has accepted commissions from such illustrious institutions as the British Museum, London and is s a member of the prestigious Royal Society of British Sculptors, having been elected to that august association in 1988. 795

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798 Brass and Crystal Chandelier second quarter 20th century, possibly Maison Bagues, Paris, strung with crystal beads, including mauve examples, and hung with drops attached to flowerheads, the standard in the form of a hot air balloon, the arms terminating in scalloped, horn-form candle cups. h. 28‑1/4”, dia. 22‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000 799 French Bronze Chandelier first quarter 20th century, the lights suspended from a leafmolded ring, the pierced socket holders decorated with fleurs-de-lis, each light hung with string prisms. h. 30”, dia. 14” $1,000‑$1,500

799

800 Pair of Contempory Upholstered Club Chairs each with a padded back-scrolled back joined by padded arms to the cushioned seat, above a skirted base, upholstered in Colfax & Fowler “Jubilee” glazed chintz . h. 33” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,200‑$1,800

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801 Pair of Rare Crystal, Rock Crystal and Silvered Metal Sconces second quarter 20th century, attributed to Maison Bagues, Paris, the backplates in the form of cut glass flower pots, the scrolled candle arms fitted with glass drip pans and candle sockets, “growing” out of the pots, mingling with rock crystal flowers and crystal flowers and leaves. h. 24‑3/4”, w. 21‑1/2”, d. 10‑1/2” $3,000‑$5,000 802 Pair of Chinese Faux Bois Porcelain Cachepots and Underplates 801

20th century, each having steep, tapering sides, the bodies encircled with a woven cord design, with fourcharacter Zong Zheng mark in the archaic style to the base. h. 5‑1/4”, dia. 5‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 803 Pair of Mid-Century Modern Ash Lounge Chairs ca. 1950‑1960, in the manner of Hans J. Wegner (1914‑2007) or Ole Wanscher (1903‑1985), each with a cushioned seat and back, shaped armrests and splayed rear legs. h. 33”, w. 26”, d. 30” $1,000‑$1,500

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804 Turkish Transitional Carpet 9’ x 12’ 2” $1,000‑$1,500

805 Turkish Bakhtiari Carpet 10’ 3” x 14’ $1,200‑$1,800

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806 Turkish Transitional Carpet 8’ 10” x 11’ 6” $1,000‑$1,500

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807 Cliff Lee (Austrian/Taiwan, b. 1951) “Melon Vase” kaolin clay of globular form, having delicate, vertical ridges constricting to a narrow neck, with all-over celadon glaze, signed to the base. h. 7‑1/4”, dia. 7” $1,500‑$2,500

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808 Cliff Lee (Austrian/Taiwan, b. 1951) “Cabbage Vase” kaolin clay of globular form, with delicately incised leaves in overlapping design, forming a narrow neck, with all-over celadon glaze, sitting on a base of upturned leaves, signed to the base. h. (on base) 10”, dia. 6‑3/4” $1,800‑$2,500

808

809 Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer (American/Louisiana, 1912‑1997) “Mythic Print (taupe)”, 1985 serigraph on paper pencil-signed, titled, dated and numbered “94/100” lower margin. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 43” x 31‑1/4”, framed 54‑1/2” x 41” Provenance: Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800

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810 Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer (American/Louisiana, 1912‑1997) “Cluster Print”, 1989 serigraph on paper pencil-signed, titled, dated and numbered “65/100” lower margin, an “Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana” label with artist, title and date en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 36‑1/2” x 36‑1/2”, framed 46” x 46” Provenance: Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,400‑$1,800

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811 Paulette Tokar Whiteman (American/Louisiana, b. 1950) “My Show Mt.”, 1991 acrylic collage on paper signed and dated lower right and titled lower left, a “Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, Julia St., New Orleans, Louisiana” label with artist, title and date en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 22” x 21‑1/2”, framed 33” x 32‑1/2” Provenance: Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

811

812 Paulette Tokar Whiteman (American/Louisiana, b. 1950) “Grass is Greener”, 1991 acrylic collage on paper signed and dated lower right and titled lower left, a “Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, Julia St., New Orleans, Louisiana” label with artist, title and date en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 22” x 22”, framed 33‑1/4” x 32‑3/4” Provenance: Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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813 Paulette Tokar Whiteman (American/Louisiana, b. 1950) “Again”, 1991 acrylic collage on paper signed and dated lower right and titled lower left, a “Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, Julia St., New Orleans, Louisiana” label with artist, title and date en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 22” x 20”, framed 33‑1/2” x 31” Provenance: Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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815 Emery Clark (American/Louisiana, b. 1950) “Beach Scene”, 1982 ink and watercolor on paper signed and dated lower right. Glazed and framed. 35‑1/2” x 47‑1/2”, framed 37‑1/2” x 50” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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814 Bruce Carlton Nowlin (American/New Mexico, b. 1949) “Moonrise” oil on gallery-wrapped canvas signed lower right. Unframed. 54” x 54” $1,000‑$1,500

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817 Louise Guidry (American/Louisiana, b. 1930) “Vanishing Glacier” acrylic and mixed media on gallery-wrapped canvas signed lower right. Unframed. 40” x 30” $1,200‑$1,800

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816 Louise Guidry (American/Louisiana, b. 1930) “Blue on Blue” acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas signed lower right. Unframed. 40” x 40” $1,500‑$2,500

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818 Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer (American/Louisiana, 1912‑1997) “Mythic Print (black)”, 1985 serigraph on paper pencil-signed, titled, dated and numbered “P.P. 2/2” lower margin. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 43” x 31‑1/4”, framed 54‑1/4” x 41” Provenance: Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800

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819 Charles Woodward Hutson (American/Louisiana, 1840‑1936) “White Trees by the Shore” oil on panel initialed “C.H.” lower right. Framed. 16” x 22”, framed 19” x 25” $1,000‑$1,500 820 Justin Forbes (American/Louisiana, 1967‑2017) and Luke Fontana (American/Louisiana, Contemporary) “Olympia Brass Band” and “The Hand of Fats Houston, Grand Marshall” oil on canvas and silver gelatin print, respectively former signed lower right, latter signed and titled lower margin. former unframed, latter matted, glazed and framed. 24” x 36” and sight 13‑1/2” x 10”, framed 16‑1/4” x 20”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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821 Philip Renteria (American, 1947‑1999) “Heaven, Earth, Human”, 1987 ink and acrylic on paper pencil-signed and dated lower right, a “Moody Gallery/ Houston” label en verso. Float-mounted and framed. sheet 49” x 38‑1/2”, framed 59” x 48” Provenance: Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas; Private collection. $1,000‑$1,500

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822 Wook-Kyung Choi (Korean, 1940‑1985) “Untitled” acrylic on canvas unsigned. Stretched and unframed. 24‑1/2” x 36‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of the artist. $3,000‑$5,000

822

824 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Torso” red clay carving on board incised signature lower right. 12‑1/8” x 13‑3/8” $2,500‑$4,000

823

823 Enrico Donati (Italian/New York, 1909‑2008) “Composition”, 1956 watercolor on paper signed, dated and inscribed “Xmas” upper left. Glazed and framed. 13‑1/2” x 10‑1/2”, framed 17‑1/2” x 13‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 824

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825 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Female Nude” monotype on paper initialed in pencil en verso. Matted. sheet 6‑5/8” x 5”, matted 14” x 11” $1,000‑$1,500

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826 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Two Hearts” oil and gold leaf on red clay signed lower right. Glazed and framed. 12” x 16”, framed 20” x 23” $3,000‑$5,000

826

827 George Bauer Dunbar (American/Louisiana, b. 1927) “Untitled - Rag Series”, 1980 oil and collage on gallery-wrapped canvas signed and dated upper right. Canvas plexiglass-wrapped. 30‑1/2” x 36‑1/4” $2,000‑$4,000

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828

828 Fred Schmidt (American/Ohio, 1936‑2001) “Untitled” welded steel sculpture dia. 39” $2,500‑$4,000

829 Hunt Slonem (American, b. 1951) “The Counter” oil on canvas signed, titled and inscribed en verso. Unframed. 20‑1/2” x 16” $2,000‑$4,000

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830 Hunt Slonem (American, b. 1951) “Rudolph Valentino”, 1997 oil on panel signed, titled and dated en verso. Framed. 18‑3/4” x 11”, framed 26” x 18” $1,000‑$1,500

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831 Hunt Slonem (American, b. 1951) “Dusk”, 1993 oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso. Framed. 18” x 37”, framed 29‑1/4” x 48” $2,500‑$4,000

831

832 James Michalopoulos (American/Louisiana, b. 1951) “The Palm” oil on canvas signed lower left, with dedication en verso. Framed. 20” x 16”, framed 21” x 17” $2,000‑$4,000

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833 Robert Gordy (American/Louisiana, 1933‑1986) “Head - Ibiza”, 1964 acrylic on paper mounted on painted wood panel signed, dated, and localized en verso. 14‑5/8” x 10‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 834 James Michalopoulos (American/Louisiana, b. 1951) “House and Garden”, 1998 oil on canvas signed lower left, and signed and dated en verso. Framed. 31” x 39”, framed 34” x 42” $3,000‑$5,000 835 Hunt Slonem (American, b. 1951) “Twin Butterfly” oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso. Framed. 37‑1/2” x 37‑1/2”, framed 47” x 47”

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$4,000‑$7,000

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836 Hunt Slonem (American, b. 1951) “Haitian Rope”, 1994 oil on canvas signed, titled and dated en verso. Unframed. 18” x 18” $3,000‑$5,000 837 Louise Guidry (American/Louisiana, b. 1930) “Done” acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas signed lower right. Unframed. 36” x 36”

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$1,200‑$1,800

837

838 Karen Clark Jacobs (American/Louisiana, Late 20th/21st Century) “Gate Keeper” and “Brocade I” two mixed media on wood each signed and titled en verso. Unframed. 71‑3/4” x 7‑1/2” x 5‑1/2” and 42” x 6” x 4” Provenance: Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana. 836

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839 Alexandre-Marie Grassin (French, b. 1883) “Le Champ avec Village au Loin” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 18‑1/4” x 15‑1/8”, framed 23” x 19‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 840 Jacques Renard Lejeune (French, 1930‑2003) “La Femme aux Courses de Chevaux”

839

oil on canvas signed lower right, an “Artissimo, 9 Place Chabaneau, Montpellier” label en verso. Framed. 18” x 15”, framed 22‑1/2” x 19‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500 841 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954) “Cafe du Monde, New Orleans” oil on beveled wood panel signed lower right, signed and titled en verso. Framed. 11‑3/4” x 19‑7/8”, framed 19‑1/4” x 27‑1/4” $1,500‑$2,500

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842 Niek van der Plas (Dutch, b. 1954)

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“Naples Beach” oil on wood panel signed and titled en verso, signed lower right. Framed. 20” x 23‑1/2”, framed 26” x 30” $1,500‑$2,500 842

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843 Kerman Carpet 8’ 7” x 12’ 1” $1,500‑$2,500

844 Antique Oushak Runner 5’ x 10’ 9” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $2,000‑$4,000

845 Antique Heriz Carpet 15’ 1” x 24’ 7” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi.

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$5,000‑$8,000

846 Antique Oushak Carpet 12’ 8” x 16’ Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500

847 Turkish Angora Oushak Carpet 7’ 9” x 11’ 8” $1,000‑$1,500

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848 Semi-Antique Kerman Carpet 4’ 11” x 7’ 5” $1,000‑$1,500

849 Semi-Antique Tabriz Carpet 9’ x 12’ $1,000‑$1,500

850 Turkish Angora Oushak Carpet 12’ 2” x 14’ 9” $1,400‑$1,800

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851 Semi-Antique Mahal Carpet 7’ x 10’ 2” Provenance: Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $1,000‑$1,500 852 Turkish Angora Oushak Carpet 10’ x 13’ 10” $1,200‑$1,800 853 Semi-Antique Mahal Runner 2’ 4” x 8’ Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $800‑$1,200

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861 American Federal Mahogany Sideboard late 18th/early 19th century, the central drawer over a pair of recessed doors, flanked by bottle drawers, each curved end with a drawer over a door, the doors and legs with inlaid line stringing. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 74‑1/2”, d. 26‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500 862 American Federal Mahogany Lolling Chair first quarter 19th century, with a tall padded back, shaped arms with groove-carved details and raised on tapering square Marlborough legs, pegged construction. h. 44” $1,500‑$2,500 863 Southern Cypress and Oak Farmhouse Table fourth quarter 19th century and later, the three-board top with breadboard ends mounted to a frame with straight aprons and raised on turned and fluted legs. h. 30”, w. 36”, l. 101”

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864 Mahogany and Brass Model of a Racing Yacht first quarter 20th century, probably American, with a mahogany hull and brass rudder, cloth sails and rigging. h. 45”, w. 49‑1/2”, d. 7” $800‑$1,200 865 American Federal-Style Mahogany Tester Bed the paneled cornice with projecting ovolo corners, raised on turned posts, the footposts with a reeded upper portion over a leaf-carved segment of baluster form, the headposts supporting a plank headboard with scroll ends. h. 91”, inside w. 51‑1/2”, l. 71”, outside w. 58‑3/4”, l. 79” $2,000‑$4,000

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866 Pair of American Classical Mahogany Games Tables second quarter 19th century, each with a shaped fold-over top over a conforming apron with curved ends, raised on a foliate-carved pedestal on legs with like carving and paw feet. h. 30‑1/4”, w. 36‑1/4”, d. 17‑1/2”, ext. l. 35” $2,000‑$4,000 867 American Late Classical Mahogany Extension Dining Table second quarter 19th century, with a circular top and molded edge, straight apron frieze and beaded lower edge, supported by a cluster-column standard mounted to a molded base with four outstretched legs. h. 29‑1/2”, w. 52”, dia. 52”, ext. l. 126” $1,200‑$1,800 867

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868 After John James Audubon (American, 1785‑1851) “Common American Swan”, no. 83, pl. CCCCXI from Birds of America (1827‑1838) hand-colored engraving with aquatint by Robert Havell “J Whatman/1838” watermark en verso. Matted, glazed and framed. sheet 26” x 38‑1/4”, framed 36‑1/2” x 49” Provenance: Private collection of Jack Warner, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. $20,000‑$40,000

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869 American Giltwood Convex Mirror second quarter 19th century, with a displayed eagle crest flanked by pierced scrollwork, the lower edge with fans of reeding, the plate set into a cove-molded surround with spherules and a reeded, ebonized liner. h. 39”, w. 23‑1/2” $2,500‑$4,000 870 American Classical Stenciled Mahogany and Marble-Top Pier Table ca. 1830, Philadelphia, the marble top over a cyma-molded frieze with a parcel-gilt gadrooned lower edge, supported by columns with Corinthian capitals, on a shaped base, the back fitted with a looking glass flanked by stenciled pilasters, raised on carved and gadrooned turned feet. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 48”, d. 22” $2,000‑$4,000 871 Pair of Continental Bronze-Mounted Porcelain Urns

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second quarter 19th century, the obverses decorated with women holding prayer beads, and the reverses decorated with baskets of flowers, with leaf-molded bronze handles terminating in heads of Psyche, with bronze flared necks and leaf-molded bases. h. 21”, w. 14‑1/2”, d. 8‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 872 American Classical Mahogany Work Table second quarter 19th century, the central lift top opening to reveal an adjustable writing board, flanked by raised ends, each with rounded fronts and backs, opening to reveal a pullout tray over a yarn well, each now upholstered in striped floral brocade, on a trestle-form base with turned columns and scroll feet, the stretcher with a footrest in like upholstery. h. 29”, w. 27”, d. 17”

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873 Important American Gothic Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Center Table

874 American Gothic Revival Rosewood and Marble-Top Side Table

ca. 1840‑1850, attributed to the workshop of Alexander Roux, New York, after a design by Alexander Jackson Davis, retaining its original white marble top over a conforming frame with turned moldings and acornform drop finials, supported by six cluster columns and featuring a rare pierced fretwork hanging lantern between columns, and mounted to a platform base with three extended trefoil feet and beaded moldings. h. 28‑1/2”, w. 38”, d. 38”

mid-19th century, the conforming hexagonal white marble top over a scalloped frame with turned drop finials, supported by a tapered hexagonal standard with three shaped outstretched legs. h. 31‑1/2”, w. 25”, d. 25” $1,000‑$1,500

Provenance: The Pollack-Krasner House, East Hampton, New York, from the Collection of Eugene V. Thaw. Literature: An illustration of the drawing room at Kenwood is featured in Andrew Jackson Downing’s book The Architecture of Country Houses and shows an example of this Gothic table as its centerpiece. $15,000‑$25,000 The design for this iconic table is attributed to the New York architect Alexander Jackson Davis (1803‑1892), who is noted for designing the famous country villa “Kenwood”, located outside of Albany, New York and built for industrialist Joel Rathbone in 1842.

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876 Mid-Atlantic Rococo Revival Six-Piece Coin Silver Coffee and Tea Set

mid-19th century, with triple-paneled trefoil-carved backs, plank seats and raised on cabriole legs with scrolled toes, bearing the partial paper label from The London & Stansted Furnishing Co. h. 45”, w. 41”, d. 22”

third quarter 19th century, by Conrad Bard & Son, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, including a coffeepot, h. 12‑1/4”, l. 8‑3/4”; a teapot, h. 8‑3/4”, l. 11”, a hot water pot, h. 9‑1/4”, l. 11‑1/2”, a cream jug, h. 8‑7/8”, l. 6”, a covered sugar bowl, h. 8‑1/2”, w. 9‑1/4”, and a waste bowl, h. 5‑1/4”, dia. 7‑1/2”, each with a pear-shaped body richly decorated with repousse grapevines, with applied handles, spouts, finials, banding and feet en suite, monogrammed “EFJ”. 155.83 total t. oz.

$4,000‑$7,000

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877 Large Mid-Atlantic Sterling Silver Coffee Pot

878 Set of Four American Sterling Silver Candlesticks

1851‑1854, by Charters, Cann & Dunn for Ball, Black & Co., New York, New York, the ovoid body decorated with a wide band of repousse flowers and foliage at the shoulder, with an ornate crested handle and eaglemounted spout, with tall domed lid and domed foot decorated en suite, with later monogram “LHD”. h. 13‑1/4”, dia. 6‑1/4”, l. 10‑3/8”; 34.19 t. oz.

first quarter 20th century, by Shreve & Co., San Francisco, California, each with a slender baluster standard decorated with navette paterae and bellflower swag banding, with annular knops and thistle-form nozzle, with detachable everted bobeche and domed foot reticulated and decorated en suite with laurel-andribbon edging. h. 15‑1/4”, base dia. 6”; weighted

$1,000‑$1,500

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881 Three Pieces of Alvin Silver Deposit Colorless Glassware first quarter 20th century, Providence, Rhode Island, including: Model 1285, a waisted cylindrical jug decorated with grape vines and clusters, h. 6”, dia. 4”; Model 3085, a large spherical cologne bottle decorated with chrysanthemums, monogrammed “SLL”, h. 7‑3/4”, dia. 5”; and Model 3502, a three-handled waisted cylindrical vase decorated with foliate scrolls, engraved “1852 / LHS / 1902”, h. 5‑1/2”, w. 5‑1/2”.

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Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana.

879 American Sterling Silver Center Bowl

$1,000‑$1,500

1913, by the Whiting Mfg. Co., Providence, Rhode Island, oval with wide engraved and reticulated “vintage” band and molded rim, the arched handles and conforming pedestal foot decorated en suite, the underside of the bowl with contemporaneous presentation inscription. h. 8”, l. 20‑3/4”, w. 10‑1/2”; 51.95 t. oz. $1,000‑$1,500 880 Four Pieces of American Silver Deposit Colored Glassware first quarter 20th century, Providence, Rhode Island, including: Gorham Model D1135, a R. L. Rose & Co. brown glass cylindrical bourbon bottle decorated with corn stalks and cobs, monogrammed “MCH”, h. 11‑5/8”, dia. 3‑3/4”; an unmarked cobalt glass spherical base trumpet vase decorated with foliate scrolls, h. 6‑1/4”, dia. 3”; Alvin Model G V667‑7 green glass ovoid vase decorated with apple blossoms, monogrammed “M”, h. 12‑1/8”, dia. 4‑1/4”; and Alvin Model G 3248 green glass baluster-form vase decorated with foliate scrolls, h. 7‑1/4”, dia. 5‑1/4”. Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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882 Set of Twelve Silverplate Figural Napkin Rings with Dogs contemporary, including seven “carriage” types with filigree wheels and five platform types, with seven variant dog figures (including French Bulldog, English Bulldog [two styles], Whippet, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, and Chihuahua) and three variant ring types (foliate, floral, and vintage). h. 2” to 2‑1/2”, l. 2‑3/4” to 4” $1,000‑$1,500 883 Four Pieces of Reed & Barton “Francis I” Sterling Silver Hollowware the pattern designed in 1907 by Ernest Meyers, Taunton, Massachusetts, including a tazza, h. 3‑3/4”, dia. 11‑1/2”, a sandwich plate, dia. 11‑1/2”, and a pair of compotes, h. 4‑3/4”, dia. 8”, no monograms. 66.56 total t. oz.

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$1,500‑$2,500 884 Set of Wallace “Grand Baroque” Sterling Silver Flatware the pattern designed in 1941 by William S. Warren (1888‑1965), Wallingford, Connecticut, including a dozen eight-piece place settings (eight pieces lacking) with an additional twenty assorted place pieces, no monograms. 108 pieces 134.75 total t. oz. Detailed list of pieces available on request. Provenance: Private collection, Houston, Texas. $1,500‑$2,500 884

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885 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver-Mounted Marquetry Butler’s Tray the pattern introduced in 1909, New York, New York, of slightly convex rectangular form with cavetto-canted corners, the mahogany plateau with satinwood patera and stringing, the conforming silver reticulated gallery with outscrolled baluster handles. 23‑3/4” x 17” 885

$1,200‑$1,800 886 Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Vase the pattern introduced in 1920, New York, New York, in the Japanese taste, the ovoid body with incised banding, waisted collar and milled ovolo rim and leaf-and-dart foot ring. h. 15‑1/4”, dia. 6‑1/2”; 63.29 t. oz. $1,200‑$1,800 887 Large Cased Set of Tiffany & Co. “Renaissance” Sterling Silver Flatware the pattern designed in 1904 by Paulding Farnham (1859‑1927), New York, New York, complete with a dozen twelve-piece place settings and twenty-six serving pieces, presented in the original oak Renaissance-style, red feltlined case with lift top with one false and two real drawers. case 11‑1/2” x 27‑3/4” x 19”; 233.23 total t. oz. (weighable silver) $8,000‑$12,000

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888 John J. Korver (American, 1910‑1988) "Ship on Storm-Tossed Seas" oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 30‑1/2” x 40”, framed 35‑1/2” x 45‑5/8” $1,000‑$1,500

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889 Nan Sheets (American, 1885‑1976) “Gloucester Fishing Boats” oil on canvas signed lower right, titled en verso stretcher and canvas. Period giltwood frame. 27” x 30”, framed 33” x 36” $4,000‑$7,000

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890 Charles Robert Patterson (American, 1878‑1958) “In Company” oil on canvas signed lower left, “Quester Gallery, Stonington, CT” label with artist and title en verso. Framed. 49” x 54”, framed 58” x 63” $3,000‑$5,000

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891 Charles Paul Gruppe (American, 1860‑1940) “Harbor Scene with Windmills” watercolor on paper signed lower right. Framed. 12” x 19‑3/8”, framed 19‑3/4” x 27‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 892 William Posey Silva (American/Tennessee, 1859‑1948)

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“Wooded Park”, 1908 oil on canvas signed lower left and monogrammed, dated and localized “Paris” en verso. Framed. 25‑1/2” x 21‑1/2”, framed 32‑1/2” x 28” $2,000‑$4,000 Encouraged by his wife, William Posey Silva retired from his retail business in 1907 and pursued a career as an artist. He enrolled at the Academie Julian in Paris where he studied with Jean-Paul Laurens and American artist Chauncey Ryder. The emerging artist achieved critical acclaim and was given his first one-man show in 1909 at the Georges Petit Gallery in Paris. The charming painting “Wooded Park” was painted during his time in Paris.

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893 American School (First Half 20th Century) “The Rocky Coast” oil on canvas illegibly and faintly signed lower left. Framed. 44” x 60”, framed 58” x 71” $1,000‑$1,500

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894 Gaston Anglade (French, 1854‑1919) “Bruyeres en Fleurs, Correze, France” oil on canvas signed lower right. Framed. 21‑1/4” x 25”, framed 27‑1/4” x 31‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

895 Will Sparks (American/California, 1862‑1937) “An Adobe Home, near Santa Fe, New Mexico” oil on wood panel signed lower left, a handwritten title label en verso. Glazed and framed. 9” x 13”, framed 13‑1/2” x 17‑1/2”

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896 Henry Cornelius Balink (Dutch/New Mexico, 1882‑1963) “Native American Man” oil on masonite signed lower right. Unframed. 24” x 11‑3/4” $2,000‑$4,000

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897 American Renaissance Revival Burl Walnut and Marble-Top Sideboard third quarter 19th century, the upper structure with a long shelf supported by carved brackets and two smaller shelves above, the back with “book-matched” shaped burl walnut panels and a carved anthemion crest above, the base with its original conforming white marble above a row of four drawers and four cabinet doors, each with shaped and carved burl walnut panels. h. 107”, w. 75”, d. 25” $3,000‑$5,000

898 Two-Piece American Renaissance Revival Burl Walnut Bed Set third quarter 19th century, consisting of a high-back bedstead with an arched top and large carved crest over a framed “book-matched” burl walnut panel, the posts with large turned finials, the curved footboard with applied foliate carvings, h. 100”, inside w. 61”, l. 83”, outside w. 65”, l. 89”, and a matching “drop-center” marble-top dresser, h. 102”, w. 51”, d. 16”. $1,500‑$2,500

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899 American Renaissance Revival Brass and Patinated Metal Gasolier third quarter 19th century, the molded standard decorated with anthemia, the lower portion set with bateau-form gas arms, molded with anthemia and set with brass medallions, with molded glass shades. h. 48”, dia. 33” $1,000‑$1,500 900 American Egyptian Revival Gilt-Bronze-Mounted Rosewood Sofa attributed to Gustave Herter, ca. 1860‑1865, the shaped back joined to open arms on pharaoh-head supports, the bowed seat rail of tripartite form, raised on carved legs with hoof feet. h. 38‑1/2”, w. 78”, d. 30” $1,800‑$2,500

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A related earlier example of this sofa, conserved by the Victorian Society of Maine, Morse-Libby Mansion, Portland, Maine, is illustrated on page 132 of Herter Brothers Furniture & Interiors for a Gilded Age. The Morse-Libby suite features carved putti heads on the arm supports. Other examples more similar to the present sofa have employed children’s heads and classical women’s/angel heads in the Renaissance Revival taste. The present Egyptian-inspired supports have surfaced with much less frequency than the other variations. 901 Bronze Gasolier in the Renaissance Revival Taste fourth quarter 19th century, the standard with a vasiform element molded with vines and a hexagon decorated with tetes de loup on a patinated ground, the reeded and scrolled arms decorated with acanthus leaves and flattened, bulbous scroll-molded decorations set with candle sockets. h. 47”, dia. 34‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 901

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903 Classical Revival Bronze Chandelier ca. 1900, American or English, the turned standard decorated with winged angel heads and applied masques, the lower section with applied cabochons, set with acanthus-molded cornucopia-form arms terminating in Argand-type frosted and cut glass shades. h. 57”, dia. 31” $1,000‑$1,500

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904 American Renaissance Revival Marquetry-Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet ca. 1865, New York, the central door with an inlaid foliate and urn panel in the Neo-Grec taste, flanked by pilasters with bronze Corinthian capitals and concave sides, each with an inlaid panel of like motif. h. 42”, w. 60”, d. 18‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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third quarter 19th century, the standard decorated with cut scrollwork and weights, the arms decorated with little girls in classical dress, grasping supports, alternating with pierced brass scrollwork on the lower arms, with a lower pendant finial and set with ruffled glass shades etched with flowers. h. 60‑1/2”, dia. 35‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 906 Joseph Walter (American, 19th/20th Century) “Portrait of Lillian Lorenz”, 1989 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left, sitter identified on plaque en verso. Framed. 35‑1/2” x 27‑1/2”, framed 41” x 29‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 907 Monumental Victorian Zinc Garden Urn second half 19th century, American, possibly Fiske, the base with three molded storks, the upper section decorated with a border of shells alternating with lily pads. h. 49‑1/2”, dia. 42” $2,000‑$4,000

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908 Le Pho (Vietnamese/French, 1907‑2001) “Les Tulipes Rouges et Blanches” oil on canvas signed and inscribed in characters lower right, titled and inscribed with Wally Findlay, Chicago inventory number on stretcher, frame backing with Wally Findlay Galleries label. Framed. 39‑1/2” x 25‑3/4”, framed 48” x 34‑5/8” Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Chicago, Illinois; Estate of Margaret “Pat” Breen, Houston, Texas. $30,000‑$50,000

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"Le Pho's art is an interpretation of joy: joy of flowers, of family affection, presented with an emotion that is at the same time sincere and measured. His still lifes are true portraits of flowers opening under an irresistible luminosity. In his art one sees the beautiful result of the assimilation and the fruition of the blending of two artistic heritages….”- Les Dernieres Nouvelles d' Alsace The still-life offered here exemplifies the review in the preceding lines and embodies the virtuoso of Le Pho's mature "Findlay period", masterly blending the subjects and brushwork of Vietnam with French Post Impressionism. The "Findlay period" marks the post-1960 collaboration of Le Pho with Wally Findlay, and is defined by bright floral patterns and women rendered through bold brushstrokes painted on canvas, instead of the earlier silk he used. While the palette and lack of pictorial depth recall the distinct influence of Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse, the flatness, subjects and composition also recall Eastern pictorial traditions that privilege lines and blocks of monochromatic color over modelling and Eastern reverence for flowers that are imbued with symbolism. The tulips, the centerpiece of this still-life, greatly appealed to Pho as he painted them numerous times; he was attracted by their brilliant colors, by their bell-shaped beauty, by their demand and accessibility in Paris, and quite probably by their Oriental/ Occidental colonial history as a metaphor of his own. Flowers in Asian cultures dictate not only names and personalities, but

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910 Paris School (First Quarter 20th Century) “Les Amants” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 36‑3/8” x 24”, framed 43” x 32” Provenance: Private collection, Chicago, Illinois. $1,000‑$1,500

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909 Johann Berthelsen (Danish/American, 1883‑1972) “New York Winter on Fifth Avenue and 23rd Street at Madison Square Park” oil on canvas board signed lower right. Framed. 16” x 12”, framed 21‑1/2” x 17‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000 A special thank you to Mr. Lee Berthelsen, the artist's son, for his assistance with cataloguing the painting.

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911 Continental/French School (First Quarter 20th Century) “Park View with Equestrian Monument, possibly Parc Montsouris, Paris” oil on canvas unsigned. Framed. 24” x 28”, framed 29‑1/2” x 34” $1,000‑$1,500

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913 Frans Smeers (Belgian, 1873‑1960) “Sunny Day on the Pier” oil on canvas signed lower left. Framed. 15‑3/4” x 21‑1/2”, framed 21‑1/2” x 27‑3/4”

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914 H. Hobb (American, Mid-20th Century) “Two Standing Female Nudes in Interior”, 1926 watercolor on board signed and dated lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. 14‑1/4” x 9‑1/2”, framed 26‑1/2” x 20‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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917 Ben Benn (Russian/New York, 1884‑1983) “Mother and Child”, 1925 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right; signed, titled, dated and with “The Artist Gallery, NYC” stamps en verso. Framed. 20‑1/4” x 16”, framed 23‑3/4” x 19‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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915 James Montgomery Flagg (American/New York, 1877‑1960) “A Fashionable Lady” watercolor on paper signed lower left, illegibly inscribed lower center. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 22” x 14”, framed 28‑1/2” x 20” $1,000‑$1,500

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916 Walter (Walt) Gonske (American/New Mexico, b. 1942) “Ponce de Leon - Patzcuaro” oil on canvas board signed lower left, signed, titled and with a “Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, NM” label with artist and title en verso. Framed. 10‑3/4” x 15”, framed 18‑1/2” x 22‑1/2” $1,500‑$2,500

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918 Exceptional Brass and Pottery Aesthetic Chandelier circa 1876, attributed to Archer and Pancoast, New York, the standard decorated with turquoise-ground pottery mimicking cloisonne, terminating in a steeple finial, the bold, carved arms with steeple point finials and decorated with aesthetic patterns and floral medallions, the lower edges set with large fan-form gas keys, with period engraved glass aesthetic shades. A related chandelier sharing most of the metal elements as the present chandelier is illustrated in plate 84, of the National Park Service’s “Gaslighting in America” website h. 61”, dia. 41” $1,000‑$1,500

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919 Brass and Pottery Aesthetic Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, American or English, the standard set with a turquoiseground pottery section mimicking cloisonne, in the manner of Longwy, set with ruffled “coin spot” shades. h. 26”, w. 28”, d. 4‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

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920 American Late Victorian Mahogany Writing Desk fourth quarter 19th century, attributed to R. J. Horner, New York, the tooled leather-inset rectangular top with a molded edge and rounded corners, both sides fitted with drawers with carved lion’s head pulls and a cabinet door, each corner leg with a carved stylized lion ending in a carved paw foot. h. 30‑1/4”, w. 55”, d. 34” $3,000‑$5,000 921 American Brass and Satsuma Pottery Aesthetic Chandelier fourth quarter 19th century, the standard with a cylindrical satsuma fitting, the brass arms decorated with incised aesthetic cut work decoration, the arms terminating in gas fittings, now converted, set into hand-painted satsuma fittings and set with “Daisy and Button” pressed glass shades. h. 59”, dia. 37” $1,000‑$1,500 922 Unique Chestnut and Cast Iron Metamorphic Table/ Etagere fourth quarter 19th century, with a mechanical cast iron notched wheel that rotates and locks to convert the table to adjustable shelves. etagere h. 56”, w. 39”, d. 23”, table h. 32”, w. 38”, l. 61” $1,000‑$1,500

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923 Gilt-Brass Kerosene Aesthetic Chandelier fourth quarter 19th century, American, retaining most of its original gilt lacquer, decorated with incised panels of aesthetic punchwork, set with the original acorn-form weights, set with lobed, frosted shades. h. 49‑1/2”, dia. 27‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 924 Colonial Revival Mahogany Nine-Tube Tall Case Clock ca. 1900, the top with a circular lobed dome and three turned finials, the front corners of the case with fluted columns and carved capitals, raised on ball-and-claw feet, the face signed “Elite”, the movement fitted with nine tubes playing Westminster or Whittington on the quarter hour. h. 105”, w. 26”, d. 17‑1/2” Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $2,000‑$4,000 925 Brass Aesthetic Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, American or English, the standard decorated with molded silvered flowers on the upper portion, and the pendant spherule with raised flowerheads. h. 33”, dia. 29” $1,000‑$1,500

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926 American Victorian Strap-Metal and Opalescent Glass Hall Lantern fourth quarter 19th century, the scrolled frame decorated with “springs” and molded leaves, set with an opalescent swirled glass shade, now with three electrical sockets. h. 38”, dia. 15‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 927 Regina Mahogany Disc Music Box 20th century, the case with serpentine sides, the cover painted with the company name in an elaborate surround, having a double comb, the works marked “7004”, with 27 discs, a restoration report, a music box society registration and a winding crank. h. 12”, w. 21”, d. 19‑3/4” Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500‑$2,500 928 Brass Hall Lantern with Art Glass Shades ca. 1900, the pear-shaped frame with a single gas jet, now electrified, fitted with a yellow opalescent swirled glass shade, flanked by electric sockets fitted with matching swirled opalescent glass shades. h. 28”, dia. 15” $1,000‑$1,500

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929 American “Turkish” Aesthetic Brass Chandelier fourth quarter 19th century, the frame piercings set with custom prisms, terminating in “onion” dome cut-outs, also with prisms, with frosted and engraved glass shades. h. 59”, dia. 29‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 930 Art Nouveau Bronze and Glass Table Lamp with a Quezal Shade first quarter 20th century, New York, the signed Quezal shade with a hooked feather design, with a gold iridescent interior, the two-light base with an Art Nouveau tree trunk and root design. h. 14”, dia. 6” $1,000‑$1,500

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931 Pair of Rare Adams Celestial and Terrestrial Table Globes fourth quarter 19th century, Chicago, the celestial globe signed “Adams” and the terrestrial globe signed by their successor, “Weber Costello Co.”, fitted to show revolutions of the earth and stars, the earth with a moon. h. 16”, w. 19‑1/2” and 25‑1/2”, d. 12” $1,500‑$2,500

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932 Fin de Siecle Polished Brass Electrolier fourth quarter 19th century, probably American, with a cluster of spiral-reeded standards, framed with scrolled ornaments set with drops, the fittings decorated with raised dragons and knights helmets, with six engraved gas shades and six matching engraved electric shades. h. 45”, dia. 32” $1,000‑$1,500

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933 Signed Cornelius & Baker Brass and CopperPlated Gasolier fourth quarter 19th century, with a turned standard, the arms decorated with pierced and molded crosspieces, the gas keys signed “Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia”, with period lobed glass shades engraved with flowers. h. 36‑1/2”, dia. 27” $1,000‑$1,500

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935 Newcomb College Art Pottery Chocolate Cup and Saucer 1911, matte-glazed and decorated by Henrietta Bailey, the cup with carved relief band of jasmine, the saucer with incised rim and well bands, both marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator’s mark, Joseph Meyer’s potter mark and body/glaze mark “J”, saucer with reg. no. “EM21”. cup h. 3‑1/8”, saucer dia. 5‑1/4”

934 Two Newcomb College Art Pottery Matte-Glazed Vases the first with cylindrical body and crimped neck carved in low relief with Cherokee roses, 1923, decorated by Sadie Irvine in blue, pink and green underglaze, h. 5‑1/2”, w. 2‑3/4”; the second with globular body and rim band carved in low relief with narcissuses, 1921, decorated by Anna Frances Simpson in yellow, blue and green underglaze, h. 2‑3/4”, w. 4‑3/4”. Each marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator’s mark and Joseph Meyer’s potter mark; the first with reg. no. “NC19” and shape no. “4”, the second with reg. no. “LU5” and shape no. “90”.

$800‑$1,200 936 Colette Pope Heldner (American/New Orleans, 1902‑1990) “Swamp Idyl (Louisiana Bayou Country)” oil on canvas signed and titled en verso. Framed. 24” x 48”, framed 28‑1/2” x 53”

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937 John J. Korver (American/Louisiana, 1910‑1988) “Louisiana”, 1971 oil on canvas signed lower right, and signed and dated en verso. Framed. 22” x 28”, framed 26‑1/2” x 32‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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938 Alberta Kinsey (American/New Orleans, 1875‑1952) “Still Life of Daisies in a Green Vase” oil on canvas affixed to masonite signed lower left. Framed. 18” x 22‑1/2”, framed 21‑3/4” x 26‑1/4” $1,200‑$1,800

938

939 Louis Oscar Griffith (American/Indiana, 1875‑1956) “Along the Creek, Nashville, Ind” oil on canvas board signed lower right, signed and a “Hoosier Salon Exhibition” label with artist and title en verso. Framed. 16” x 20”, framed 21‑1/2” x 25‑1/2” $2,000‑$4,000

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940 Achille Peretti (Italian/Louisiana, 1857‑1923) “Esplanade Avenue” oil on canvas signed lower right, stretcher inscribed “Esplanade Ave.” and “Dr. and Mrs. James W. Nelson/Gonzales, LA”. Framed. 9” x 12”, framed 12‑5/8” x 16” Provenance: Dr. and Mrs. James W. Nelson, Gonzales, Louisiana; New Orleans Auction Galleries, May 20, 2006, lot 342; Private collection, New Orleans, Louisiana. $2,000‑$4,000

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941 Ethel Hutson (American/Louisiana, 1872‑1951) “St. Bernard in Winter” oil on artist’s board monogrammed and dated lower left, an “F. Weber Co.” and partial artist’s label en verso. Framed. 18” x 21”, framed 23‑3/4” x 29‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500 The daughter of artist and professor Charles Hutson, Ethel Hutson was a student of Ellsworth Woodward at Newcomb College. A noted artist, Hutson worked as an administrator at the Delgado Museum of Art (today NOMA), secretary of Southern States Art League and press officer of the Womanís Suffrage Party of New Orleans. 941

942 Will C. Ousley (American/Louisiana, 1866‑1953) “West Forks at Calcasieu River, S.W. LA.”, 1937 oil on canvas signed lower right and titled and numbered “8551” lower center; signed, titled, dated and inscribed en verso. Framed. 18‑1/4” x 34”, framed 21‑3/4” x 37‑1/4” $1,000‑$1,500 942

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943 Will C. Ousley (American/Louisiana, 1866‑1953) “Willow Point, Calcasieu River, LA.” oil on canvas signed and titled lower right. In a period frame. 18‑1/2” x 34‑1/2”, framed 22” x 38” $1,000‑$1,500

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944 Alexander John Drysdale (American/Louisiana, 1870‑1934) “Live Oak, Louisiana Bayou”, 1932 oil wash on board signed and dated lower right. Glazed and framed. sight 19‑1/2” x 29‑1/2”, framed 24‑1/2” x 34‑1/2” $1,800‑$2,500

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945 Alexander John Drysdale (American/Louisiana, 1870‑1934) “Lily Pads, Louisiana Bayou” oil wash on board. signed lower left. Framed. 20” x 30”, framed 22‑3/4” x 32‑1/2” $1,200‑$1,800

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947 Henry Casselli (American/Louisiana, b. 1946) “The Clown”, 1979 watercolor with dry brush on paper signed lower left. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 14‑1/4” x 10‑3/8”, framed 18” x 14‑1/4” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

948 Henry Casselli (American/Louisiana, b. 1946) “Ballerina”, 1976 946

pastel on paper signed upper right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 17‑1/4” x 11‑1/2”, framed 26‑1/4” x 20‑1/4” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,500‑$2,500

947

946 Henry Casselli (American/Louisiana, b. 1946) “The Hippie”, 1979 watercolor on paper signed lower right. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 15‑7/8” x 11‑1/2”, framed 25” x 20” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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949 Brass Rococo Revival Gasolier, Attributed to Archer and Warner mid-19th century, Philadelphia, the standard and scrolled arms decorated with molded thistle leaves and thistles, suspended on molded chains decorated with scrollwork and shells, set with period-appropriate cut glass shades. h. 38”, dia. 31” $1,000‑$1,500 950 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Etagere attributed to Bembe & Kimbel, New York, third quarter 19th century, the upper section with five shaped mirrors and open shelves, the mid-section with a stepped shelf and a lidded storage box in the center, the base with a central drawer, shaped shelves and cabriole legs. h. 77”, w. 54”, d. 20” $1,200‑$1,800 An etching illustrated in Joseph T. Butler’s American Antiques 1800‑1900, page 58, shows a suite of furniture from Sloan’s “Homestead Architecture” with a similar etagere. 951 American Bronze Dore et Patine Gasolier mid-19th century, in the rococo style, the standard decorated with three patinated putti holding garlands of flowers over leaf-molded and scrolled gas arms, set with a large molded spherule with flowers on a stippled ground. h. 38”, dia. 28‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 950

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952 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Half-Tester Bed third quarter 19th century, attributed to the New Orleans warerooms of William and James McCracken, the tester of serpentine form supported by tapering octagonal posts centered by a paneled headboard with a crisply carved shelland-floral crest, the side rails with foliate- and scroll-carved brackets joined to a wrap-around footboard with carved eagle heads at each corner, the head posts now reduced in height. h. 103”, inside w. 64”, l. 81‑1/2”, outside w. 71”, l. 90‑1/2” $5,000‑$8,000 953 American Neo-Grec Bronze Chandelier third quarter 19th century, the standard mounted with winged ram’s heads, the lower section molded and fitted with leafmolded arms terminating in molded glass shades. h. 43‑1/2”, dia. 34” $1,000‑$1,500

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954 American Late Classical Mahogany Four-Post Bed second quarter 19th century, with acanthus-carved posts ending in flame finials, the arched plank headboard with a relief-carved fruit basket. h. 97", inside w. 58", l. 72", outside w. 63", l. 80" $1,200‑$1,800 955 Exceptional American Rococo Revival Pier Mirror mid-19th century, the pulvinated surround decorated with bright and matte gilt, the crest decorated with a swan’sneck cornice trimmed with molded fruit and pierced with scrollwork and flowerheads. h. 122‑1/2”, w. 30” $1,200‑$1,800

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956 Rococo Revival Brass Gasolier, Attributed to Archer and Warner mid-19th century, Philadelphia, finished in gilt and patinated lacquer, the standard with spiral reeding and masque mounts, the arms with masques and pierced scrollwork, set with lobed glass shades. h. 33”, dia. 25” $1,000‑$1,500

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957 Rococo Revival Brass and Metal Gasolier mid-19th century, possibly American, set into a vasiform support, the two gas arms with scrolled ends decorated with putti, set with engraved glass shades. h. 35‑1/2”, w. 29”, d. 4” $1,000‑$1,500 958 American Rococo Revival Rosewood Center Table third quarter 19th century, probably New York, retaining its original oval rosewood top over a conforming frame with carved floral sprays on each side, raised on cabriole legs with shell- and bellflower-carved knees and joined by a shaped stretcher with a central finial. h. 30”, w. 41‑1/2”, d. 35” $1,000‑$1,500

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959 Rococo Revival Bronze Gasolier, Attributed to Star Fellows third quarter 19th century, New York, the reeded standard mounted with molded leaves, the pierced arms mounted with bold acanthus leaves, attached to the body with lion’s head masques framed in scrollwork, with Greek fret engraved glass shades. h. 49”, dia. 40” $1,000‑$1,500

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960 Philadelphia Brass Rococo Revival Gasolier

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mid-19th century, attributed to Archer and Warner, the spiral-molded standard set with two graduated brass spherules, one with mounts of renaissance warriors’ heads, one with cabochons, the arms lushly decorated with swagging and flowers, each with a seated squirrel nibbling on a nut. h. 50‑1/2”, dia. 34” $1,000‑$1,500

961 Pair of Cast Stone Garden Figures second quarter 20th century, the figures depicting a draped male and female carrying baskets of fruit, resting on pedestals decorated with putti in raised archways. h. 51”, w. 12‑1/2”, d. 12‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

962 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Cast Stone Planters second quarter 20th century, American, the oval-form planters with lion’s heads on four sides, the lower portions molded with reeding, the feet with fluting. h. 18”, w. 28”, d. 17” $1,000‑$1,500

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963 Pair of Coalbrookdale “Peacock” Pattern Cast Iron Benches 19th century, English, the pierced backs and sides decorated with leaves, scrollwork and exotic patterns, with inverted scrolled legs and hoof feet, the seats in a grid pattern. h. 39”, w. 46‑1/2”, d. 22” $1,000‑$1,500 963

964 Pair of French Gothic Cast Iron Benches 20th century, after a 19th-century design, the backs set with quatrefoils, the seats with a cast hexagonal grid over a Gothic meander border. h. 33‑1/2”, w. 54”, d. 17‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

964

965 Pair of American Rococo Revival Cast Iron Garden Benches ca. 1850, this pattern initially designed for the courtyard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, then in the 1890s, utilized at the White House in the rose garden. h. 35”, w. 39‑3/4”, d. 16” $1,000‑$1,500

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966 Eight Pieces of Gorham “Chantilly-Grand/Duchess” Sterling Silver Hollowware Providence, Rhode Island, including: Model A593 bread tray, 13‑5/8” x 7‑3/4” Pair of Model A4204 salt & pepper shakers, monogrammed “LMB”, h. 4‑1/2” Pair of Model 438 salt & pepper shakers, date mark of 1954, h. 4‑3/4” Model 745 vegetable bowl, date mark of 1959, dia. 10‑3/8” Model 746 underplate, date mark of 1957, dia. 10‑3/4” Model 708 tazza, h. 5‑1/2”, dia. 12‑1/2” 49.55 total t. oz. (excluding weighted tazza)

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Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800

967 Pair of Gorham Graduated “Chantilly-Grand” Sterling Silver Platters Providence, Rhode Island, including models A584 and A592, both with date mark for 1899, no monograms. 19‑3/4” x 14‑1/8” and 17” x 12‑5/8”; 74.79 total t. oz. Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,200‑$1,800 968 Two Pairs of Gorham “Chantilly-Duchess” Sterling Silver Table Lights Providence, Rhode Island, including a pair of model 749 candlestands and a pair of model 750 candlesticks with detachable model T5 five-arm candelabra branches, no monograms. candlestands, h. 4‑3/4”, candlesticks, h. 9‑1/2” (13” with branches); all weighted Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. 968

$1,000‑$1,500

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969 Gorham “Chantilly” Sterling Silver Flatware Set the pattern designed in 1895 by William Christmas Codman, Providence, Rhode Island, comprising a dozen nine-piece place settings (five pieces lacking) with an additional ten place pieces and thirty-five serving pieces, presented in two Gorham fitted, Pacific cloth-covered drawer inserts, 11‑3/4” x 15”. 148 pieces 135.93 total t. oz. (weighable silver) Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana.

970 Three Pieces of Gorham “Chantilly-Grand” Sterling Silver Hollowware Providence, Rhode Island, including: Model A577 covered tureen with date mark of 1899, no monogram, h. 7‑3/4”, l. 12”, w. 7‑1/2” Model A579 sauceboat with date mark of 1901, monogrammed “MAN”, h. 3‑3/4”, l. 7‑1/2” Model A6408 sauceboat undertray with date mark of 1910, no monogram, l. 8‑1/2”, w. 6‑1/2” 54.45 total t. oz.

Detailed list of pieces available on request.

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana.

$2,500‑$4,000

$1,000‑$1,500

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971 Three Pieces of Gorham “Chantilly-Grand” Sterling Silver Hollowware

972 Large Pair of Gorham “Chantilly-Grand” Sterling Silver Candelabra

Providence, Rhode Island, including: Model A580 water pitcher, date mark of 1908, h. 10‑1/4” Model 598 covered sugar bowl, date mark of 1951, h. 5‑1/2”, l. 7‑3/4” Model 599 cream jug, date mark of 1953, h. 6‑1/2”, l. 5‑1/4” 64.21 total t. oz.

Providence, Rhode Island, with date mark of 1904, Model A602, the detachable superstructure with central standard and four branches, all with detachable bobeches. h. 16”, w. 15‑1/2”; weighted $3,000‑$5,000

Provenance: Estate of Dr. William Rosenbaum, New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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976 Peshawar Serapi Carpet 9’ x 12’ $1,800‑$2,500 977 Semi-Antique Caucasian Runner 3’ 4” x 15’ 10” $1,200‑$1,800

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973 Antique Heriz Carpet 7’ 6” x 10’ 10” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,500‑$2,500 974 Turkish Angora Oushak Carpet 10’ 1” x 14’ 2” $1,200‑$1,800 975 Agra Serapi Runner 2’ 7” x 30’ 3” $1,000‑$1,500

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980 Angora Oushak Carpet 9’ x 12’ $4,000‑$7,000 981 Tabriz Carpet 8’ 9” x 12’ 7” $1,200‑$1,800 982 Peshawar Sultanabad Carpet 9’ 8” x 14’ $2,500‑$4,000 983 Semi-Antique Shiraz Carpet 8’ 10” x 9’ 10” $1,000‑$1,500

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978 Semi-Antique Tabriz Carpet 9’ 10” x 13’ 2” $1,500‑$2,500 979 Silk Kerman Carpet 6’ 10” x 9’ 7” Provenance: Successions of Lois Chalona Hawkins and H. Lloyd Hawkins, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,000‑$1,500

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984 Uzbek Kazak Runner 2’ 7” x 13’ 9” $1,000‑$1,500

985 Semi-Antique Signed Tabriz Carpet 7’ x 10’ 7” $1,200‑$1,800

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986 Angora Oushak Carpet 8’ 7” x 12’ 1” $4,000‑$7,000

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987 Laristan Shirvan Carpet 9’ x 11’ 8” $1,200‑$1,800

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988 Album of Thirty Chinese Paintings of Scenic Sites and Imperial Properties in Zhejiang Province in the manner of Dong Bangda (1699‑1769), probably 19th century, color and ink on silk, mounted on card, each with adjoining inscription containing historical information, in standard script calligraphy. h. 12‑3/4”, w. 16‑1/2”, overall page h. 16‑3/4”, w. 19” Provenance: Estate of James Julius Killough III, Houston, Texas. Detailed list available on request. $5,000‑$8,000 Twin Peaks Piercing the Clouds Each peak resembles a superior man, Come together now they converse. Here in this place is to be found the West Lake, And West Lake it is that holds me here. By Zhang Dai, from Ten Scenes of West Lake 兩峰插雲 一峰一高人 兩人相與語 此地有西湖 勾留不肯去 張岱, 《西湖十景》

The Chinese province of Zhejiang (浙江省), situated on the eastern coast of this vast country, boasts a stunning natural beauty which, coupled with it's geographic position, made it a favoured location for multiple dynasties to reside throughout China's long and complex history. The source of many an artistic ren-dering or poetic musing, the capital of the province, Hangzhou (杭州市), is one of the seven ancient capitals of China, and renowned for a rich array of historic and auspicious buildings and structures built throughout the centuries, of which many are exquisitely depicted in the album offered here. Coupled with descriptions of their beauty, history and use, each page depicts one or more of the beautiful and culturally important temples, pagodas, bridges, palaces or gardens that Hangzhou is famed for. With a particular focus on Xihu (西湖 West Lake) within the wider Hangzhou and Zhejiang areas, this album provides insight into many of the iconic scenic views around the lake, including the incomparable Su Causeway (蘇堤) and Leifeng Pagoda (雷峰塔). Portrayed in the manner of Dong Bangda (董邦達), a distinguished Qing dynasty artist, who, among his other many achievements, participated in the compilation of the Imperial collection catalogues, these works serve to highlight the extraordinary natural and architectural beauty of this important historical area.

989 Chinese Four-Panel Coromandel FloorScreen first half 20th century, each panel with two decorative lacquer sections within a wooden frame, the front-facing upper section decorated with flowers and auspicious objects, the lower with scenes of figures at leisure in a garden setting, the reverse with flowers and birds depicted to the upper section, the lower with lines of archaic script, the whole raised on a carved and pierced base. h. 65‑1/2”, w. 81‑3/4” $1,200‑$1,800

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990 Pair of Chinese Export-Style Lacquered Cabinets 20th century, each in gilt and polychrome chinoiserie decor, each with two pairs of paneled doors over a pair of doors. h. 52‑1/4”, w. 31‑1/2”, d. 18” $1,500‑$2,500 991 Chinese Bronze Ritual Wine Flask (Bianhu) Warring States period (475‑221 BC), the cast body of flattened oval form, with garlic-head neck, raised on a tapering pedestal base, decorated to the exterior with an intricate design of inlaid gold and silver depicting stylized animal and bird designs. h. 11‑1/2”, w. 13‑1/4”, d. 4” Provenance: Dallas Auction Gallery, April 30, 2008, lot 144. Notes: Technical Examination Report, by Pieter Meyers (head of conservation, LACMA), dated November 2008, available on request. $2,000‑$4,000

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992 Meiji-Style Lacquered and Giltwood Occasional Table mid-20th century, the top with a lacquered panel depicting a pair of cranes, set in a bronze perimeter molding, on a tripodal pedestal base and mounted with carved dragons. h. 22‑1/2”, w. 20‑1/2”, d. 20‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500 993 Two Gilt-Metal Buddha Figures in the Sino-Tibetan Style second half 20th century, depicting the figures of an emperor and Guanyin, respectively, each seated on a lotus throne, the emperor holding a flaming pearl and scepter, h. 35”, w. 19”, d. 17‑3/4”, and Guanyin holding a bowl in lotus pose, h. 32”, w. 17”, d. 14”, having an apocryphal four-character Xuande mark to the base. $2,000‑$4,000

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994 Tibetan Thangka probably mid-19th century, gouache on paper mounted within an embroidered hanging, depicting Padmasambhava, shown seated with his traditional attributes, surrounded by other deities and attendants interspersed with floral sprays and other lush natural elements. thangka h. 29‑1/2”, w. 19”, overall h. 51”, w. 30” $1,000‑$1,500 995 Chinese Carved Stone Buddhist Stele likely Ming Dynasty (1368‑1644) after the Tang style, the petalform stele pierced and carved in relief to depict the figure of Guanyin seated on a lotus throne flanked by attendants and foo dogs. h. 18‑1/2”, w. 14” Provenance: Estate of Jean and Jack Kelley, Tulsa, Oklahoma. $1,500‑$2,500

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996 Chinese Cloisonne Candlesticks and Vase 20th century, decorated with polychrome lotus leaves and flowers on a turquoise ground, the edges with a black fret. h. 12‑1/2” to 15”, dia. 3” to 4‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

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997 Large Chinese Bronze Censer with Associated Carved Hardwood Base probably first half 20th century, in the archaic style, of squat, globular form, with flared rim, having stylized dragon head handles, the exterior with tao-tie design, raised on a short pedestal foot, with associated hardwood stand with circular rouge marble top set within a thick sectional frame, with carved and pierced apron, on four carved cabriole legs and floral X-form stretcher. censer h. 14”, w. 23”, d. 17‑3/4”, overall h. 35‑3/4” Provenance: Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,000‑$1,500 998 Chinese Inlaid Lacquer Six-Panel Floor Screen second half 20th century, each front-facing panel with three sections, the larger central section decorated with figures at leisure, with auspicious objects above and birds amid foliage below, all depicted in jades and various other hardstones, the reverse with a design of fluid gilt floral sprays, raised on capped cloisonne feet. h. 72”, approx. w. 96”

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Provenance: Adriaan’s Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana; Estate of Audry and Sherwood Bailey, Sr., Pass Christian, Mississippi. $1,500‑$2,500

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999 Semi-Antique Chinese Peking Carpet 10’ 7” x 14’ 8” $1,500‑$2,500

1000 Semi-Antique Chinese Peking Carpet 8’ 10” x 11’ 5” $1,000‑$1,500

1001 Semi-Antique Chinese Peking Carpet 8’ 5” x 10’ 7” $1,000‑$1,500

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1002 Chinese Porcelain Dragon Jar with Carved Hardwood Cover possibly Jiajing period (1521‑1567) or later, of compressed baluster form, with shallow everted neck, the exterior with all-over white glaze, lightly incised with a design of five-claw dragons chasing the flaming pearl, the hardwood domed cover carved and pierced with scrolling floral design, the base with collection labels stating Pitt & Scott Ltd, London, and Borgonuovo Milano Arte Cinese. h. 9”, dia. 6” $1,000‑$1,500

1003 Pair of Small Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Dishes 1002

possibly Yongzheng period (1723‑1735), each dish of circular form with slightly everted and flared lip, decorated with scenes of scholarly figures with auspicious objects, depicted in copper red and black, each having an indistinct four-character mark to the base, one of the dishes with a Bailly-Pommery & Ass. label. h. 7/8”, dia. 4‑3/4” $1,000‑$1,500

1004 Chinese Porcelain “Chicken” Bowl Republican period (1912‑1949), of circular form with steep, slightly flared sides and flared rim, the exterior decorated with multiple roosters, the base with a four-character “shende tang zhi” in copper red. h. 3‑3/4”, dia. 7‑3/8”

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$1,000‑$1,500

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1005 Chinese Bronze Ritual Tripod Food Vessel (Ding) possibly Eastern Zhou period (770‑221 BC), having a compressed globular form, the body encircled with a single bow string band, with opposing upswept, squared handles, the slightly domed cover with three evenly spaced finials, the whole raised on three zoomorphic-form legs. h. 4‑3/4”, w. 7”, d. 6” 1005

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1006 Chinese Jadeite and Champleve Hand Mirror 20th century, the circular back of the mirror centered with a floral jade medallion, contained in a border of alternating inlaid cabochons and ‘shou’ character motifs within floral borders of blue and red enamels, the handle decorated with ruyi bats amid swirling clouds, the reverse inset with celadon jade of even tone. l. 11‑1/2”, w. 5” $1,000‑$1,500

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1007 Pair of Chinese Cloisonne Deer 20th century, each with its head turned, decorated with polychrome scrollwork on a turquoise ground. h. 15‑1/2”, w. 14”, d. 7‑1/2” $1,000‑$1,500

1008 Dramatic Chinese Contemporary Coromandel Panel 20th century, with a landscape of rolling hills and an inlet with massive power line towers, signed on the lower right. overall h. 48‑1/2”, w. 108” $1,000‑$1,500 1007

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ARTIST INDEX | MARCH 23-24, 2019 Agostini, Peter 796

Fontana, Aristide 123

American School 506, 893

Fontana, Luke 820

Anglade, Gaston 894

Forbes, Justin 820

Apol, Louis Franciscus Hendrik 32

Frauenfelder, Fred 155

Armfield, Edward George 502

French School 149, 161

Armfield, George Smith 505

French/Belgian School 192

Audubon, John James (after) 868

Gambogi, Giuseppe 122

Balink, Henry Cornelius 896

Gerome, Francois 268

Benn, Ben 917

Gisson, Andre 270

Bergman, Franz Xavier 760

Gonske, Walter (Walt) 916

Berthelsen, Johann 909

Goodall, R.A., Frederick 751

British School 84, 462, 503, 733

Gordy, Robert 833

Brodowski, Tadeusz 11

Grassin, Alexandre-Marie 839

Bruno, Thomas 795

Griffith, Louis Oscar 939

Calves, Marie 507

Gruppe, Charles Paul 891

Capeinick, Jean 226

Guidry, Louise 816, 817, 837

Casselli, Henry 946-948

Haines, E. 275

Cauchois, Eugene Henri 230

Hals, Dirck (circle of) 127

Choi, Wook-Kyung 822

Hart, Frederick Elliott 790

Clark, Emery 815

Heldner, Colette Pope 936

Continental School 83, 128, 129, 266, 274

Helleu, Paul Cesar 242

Continental School, Probably German 10

Heytmann, Willem 269

Continental/French School 911

Hobb, H. 914

Cotes, R.A., Francis (after) 477

Howard, William 36

Coumont, Charles 145, 146

Hutson, Charles Woodward 819

de Boulogne, Valentin (circle of) 87

Hutson, Ethel 941

de Heem, Jan Davidsz (follower of) 130

Italian School 105, 267

Defrees, Thaddeus 106

Jacobs, Karen Clark 838

Donati, Enrico 823

Johnson, F. 71

Drysdale, Alexander John 944, 945

Jungblut, Johann 35

Duchoiselle 256

Kinnaird, Frederick Gerald 234

Dumont, Francois 232

Kinsey, Alberta 938

Dunbar, George Bauer 824-827

Klaus, Joseph 227

Dupre, Leon Victor 148

Kohlmeyer, Ida Rittenberg 809, 810, 818

Duret, Francisque Joseph (after) 254

Koppenol, Cornelis 151

Eaton, Chelsea Dingle 912

Korver, John J. 888, 937

Farren, Robert 233

Lee, Cliff 807, 808

Flagg, James Montgomery 915

Lejeune, Jacques Renard 840


ARTIST INDEX | MARCH 23-24, 2019 Leslie, Charles Edward John 67

Steffens, Louise 500

Linnig the Elder, Willem 153

Stocquart, Ildephonse 147

Markowicz, Artur 756

van der Plas, Niek 508, 841, 842

Mata, Evelio Garcia 509

van der Pol, Louis 272

Michalopoulos, James 832, 834

van Luppen, Gerard Jozef 33

Moigniez, Jules (after) 504

van Strij, Jacob 132

Moltino, Francis 107

Vizkelety, W. Emery 273

Morland, George 499

von Bergen, Carl 228

Mouchot, Ludovic 231

Vuillard, George 271

Newcomb College Art Pottery 934, 935

Walter, Joseph 906

Nowlin, Bruce Carlton 814

Whiteman, Paulette Tokar 811-813

Ousley, Will C. 942, 943

Wijsmuller, Jan Hillebrand 34

Paris School 910 Parker, Henry Perlee 736 Patterson, Charles Robert 890 Peretti, Achille 940 Perl, Karl 759 Pether, Abraham 70 Pho, Le 908 Potter, Paulus (after) 131 Prudâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hon, Pierre-Paul (circle of) 86, 283 Raphael (after) 112 Redgate, Arthur William 68

Renteria, Philip 821

New Orleans Auction Galleries does not make any express or implied warranty as to the authorship of works of art and fine art. Please note that all of the terms and descriptions used in this catalogue are intended as our qualified opinions only and are subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth elsewhere.

Robert, Hubert (attributed to) 195

The Artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Name: In our qualified opinion, a work by the artist.

Robinson, Peter Lyell 797

Attributed to: In our qualified opinion, a work of the period of the artist that may be in whole or in part the work of the artist.

Reggianini, Vittorio 229

Rondel, Henri 235 Rose, R. A., William S. 69 Rottmann, Mozart 755 Schlegel, Friedrich 236 Schmidt, Fred 828 Schouten, Henry 150, 152, 154, 156, 501 Sheets, Nan 889 Silva, William Posey 892 Slonem, Hunt 829-831, 835, 836 Smeers, Frans 913 Sparks, Will 895

School of / Follower of: In our qualified opinion, a work by a follower of the artist. Circle of: In our qualified opinion, a work of the period of the artist and showing his or her influence. Studio of: In our qualified opinion, a work possibly associated with the studio of the artist and showing his or her influence. Manner of: In our qualified opinion, a work in the style of the artist, possibly of a later period. After: In our qualified opinion, a copy of a known work by the artist. Signed: In our qualified opinion, has the signature which is that of the artist. Bears Signature: In our qualified opinion, has a signature which may be the signature of the artist. Dated: In our qualified opinion, is so dated and was executed on or around that date. Bears Date: In our qualified opinion, is so dated and may have been executed at about that date.


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%. 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 Denise Haik Christa Ougel Office Administration Graphic Designer Gary Michael Gittelson Bettina Bausa Photographer Graphic Designer Grace Connors Manager of Cakebread Auction

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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New Orleans Auction Galleries is pleased to present our March 23-24 Estates Auction. The two-day sale offers over 1,000 lots of fine art and...

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