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Auctioneer Leland Little Auctions 919.644.1243
Auction Date Dec 02 Auction
Location
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Hillsborough, NC
Time 11:00AM
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Lot: 1 - Two Panel Japanese Inlaid Wood Screen

Meiji period (1868-1912), both sides of this screen have immensely rich detail articulated in shell, mother-of-pearl, and bone along with carved wood, on the front two upper lacquer panels there are meticulously rendered dragon and phoenix in hanging

Lot: 2 - Japanese Arita Blue and White Floor Vase

Meiji period (1868-1912), hand painted porcelain, decorated with two large eagles on either side amidst lush flowering trees and peony blossoms, top and bottom of vase have decorative borders of cobalt blue with abstract dragon and floral motifs,

Lot: 3 - A Pair of Japanese Porcelain Kutani Vases Mounted

Meiji period (1868-1912), signed on underside "Teikoku Dainichi Maru Kutani" with artist's name, stunning Yokohama style Imperial era kutani with vivid motif pattern borders on top and bottom with raised gilt beads and a center design of birds flying

Lot: 4 - Pair of Japanese Kutani Double Gourd Jars with

Meiji period (1868-1912), late 19th century, signed to underside of both, "Kutani sei kana zo," porcelain decorated in iron red and gilt with birds amidst flowering trees and plants, great detail paid to the birds' feathers, the top of the vases

Lot: 5 - Large Japanese Cloisonne Floor Vase with Phoenixes

late 19th century, with gilt and silver wire, lavishly decorated with bands of jewel color enamels, the body with tall lappet-shaped panels containing finely detailed phoenix birds alternating on transparent enamel green and burgundy ground flecked

Lot: 6 - Japanese Meiji Period Bronze Vase with Coiled

Meiji period (1868-1912), signed on the underside, an example of the high period of decorative bronze works in Japan with its carefully crafted octagonal base that becomes smooth as it ascends to a well articulated shaped rim, the high relief dragon

Lot: 7 - Japanese Meiji Period Bronze Standing Crane

late 19th century, bronze, elegant form with meticulous detail to wings, eyes, and feet. Cranes are auspicious symbols of longevity in Asian culture. 46 in.

Lot: 8 - Japanese Bronze kankodori (Cock on a drum)

Meiji Period (1868-1912), the drum's two sides are decorated with a dragon and a phoenix, set on a tall decorative stand into a hexagonal base, with fine details to drum of realistic studs and texture to the feathers of the rooster. 39.5 in.

Lot: 9 - Six Panel Russo-Japanese War Print by Okura Koto

dated Meiji 37 (1904) March, title Sea Battle, publisher is Kimura Toyokichi, a rare six oban sheet print by Koto depicting the Russian and Japanese sea battle at Port Arthur in a dazzling style with beams of light and explosions amid crashing waves

Lot: 10 - Six Panel Russo-Japanese War Print by Utagawa

dated Meiji 37 (1904) Feburary, title Imperial Fleet, a rare six oban sheet print depicting Russian and Japanese sea battle in mainly black, gray and shades of orange, presented loose with full margins. Each sheet: 14.5 x 9.75 in.

Lot: 11 - Six Panel Russo-Japanese Battle Print by Utagawa

dated Meiji 37 (1904) May, title Japanese Army Capturing Kinhan, publisher is Fukuda Hatsujiro, a rare six oban sheet print by Kokunimasa depicting the Russian and Japanese engaged in the land battle, a train on the left panel and a warship on the

Lot: 12 - Two Russo-Japanese War Print Triptychs by Okura

dated Meiji 37 (1904), published by Kimura Toyokichi, oban woodblock prints, colors and ink on paper, includes Negotiations Between Japan and Russia with fine embossing and silver embellishment, and a stunning sea battle scene with a victorious

Lot: 13 - Two Russo-Japanese War Triptych Prints by

includes one triptych dated Meiji 37 (1904) March 15, publisher is Matsuki Heikichi, oban woodblock prints, colors and ink on paper, depicting a wounded Japanese officer during the battle of Port Arthur, and a triptych dated Meiji 37 (1904) May,

Lot: 14 - Three Russo-Japanese War Triptych Prints by

dated Meiji 37 (1904), oban woodblock prints, ink and colors on paper, includes a bombing scene of the Russian Port Arthur, a grand land battle where only Japanese soldiers are visualized, and an energetic cavalry engagement between the Russian and

Lot: 15 - Three Russo-Japanese War Print Triptychs by Hirose

all dated Meiji 37 (1904), published by Matsuki Heikichi, oban woodblock prints, ink and colors on paper, triptychs include "Commander Hirose's Greatest Achievement," all presented loose with full margins. 14 7/8 x 9 7/8 in. (each panel)

Lot: 16 - Four Russo-Japanese-War Triptych Prints by Getsuzo

dated Meiji 37 (1904), all published by Matsuki Heikichi, oban woodblock prints, colors and ink on paper, includes Conflict on the Banks of the Yalu River and Russian Soldiers Surrender to Japanese Forces at the Battle of Chiulieucheng and two other

Lot: 17 - Seven Russo-Japanese War Print Triptychs by Migita

dated Meiji 37 (1904), oban woodblock prints, all but one published by Akiyama Buemon, depicting land and sea battles between the Russians and Japanese, great attention given to facial expressions and landscape, includes Ohashi Keikichi Kills an

Lot: 18 - Eight Russo-Japanese War Triptychs by Kokunimasa,

all dated Meiji 37 (1904), oban woodblock prints, includes Picture of the Castle Occupation by Utagawa Kokunimasa (1874-1944), and a depiction of a sea battle by Kyoko (active 1904-1905), and a depicition of the Japanese Red Cross Medical Corps

Lot: 19 - Monumental Twelve Panel Chinese Coromandel Screen

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), intricately carved black lacquer with cream and red coloring, decorated with an expansive scene of noblemen, scholars, and ladies in a guarded walled courtyard, above the scene are fans with landscape images and on sides and

Lot: 20 - Six Panel Chinese Coromandel Screen

mid 20th century, black lacquer with applied gold and silver metallic leaf and cream with red highlights, the front features a court scene with figures engaged in activity among pavilions and gardens all presided over by a matron sitting in the

Lot: 21 - Large Chinese Gilt Lacquer Warrior Figure

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), may represent Wei Tuo, the figure is depicted standing with a dragon belt, detailed armor, dream stone or marble inset in the center of chest, covered cavity in the back, red lacquer painted base with raised relief of clouds

Lot: 22 - Large Chinese Painting of Guanyin

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), ink and colors on paper, hanging scroll format, Guanyin is standing among attendants amidst jewel colored swirling clouds, a white elephant in the top right hand of the painting is sprinkling down jewels from a vase. SS 53.5

Lot: 23 - Chinese Embroidered Silk and Gold Altar Wall

Qing dynasty (1644-1912), a very fine and heavily embroidered wall hanging, in the center is a large character in gold thread, to the left and right are inscriptions also in gold thread, the central section is bordered by Chinese sages, longevity

Lot: 24 - Chinese Embroidered Imperial Yellow Silk Back

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), a lobed shaped silk cover elegantly embroidered with a couched gold thread dragon coiled around a flaming pearl amidst swirling clouds above a band of turbulent waves, a border of flowers surrounds, backed with yellow cloud

Lot: 25 - Chinese Embroidered Imperial Yellow Silk Throne

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), finely embroidered silk cover with a myriad of flowers amidst auspicious bats symbolizing long life, four swastikas on outside border symbolizing Buddha's heart and footprint, backed with yellow cloud silk. 20 x 25 From the

Lot: 26 - Chinese Embroidered Imperial Yellow Silk Throne

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), a lobed shaped silk cover elaborately embroidered with a full-faced couched dragon in gold thread coiled around a flaming pearl with a jeweled canopy above, amidst swirling clouds overlapping with flowers, backed with yellow

Lot: 27 - Large Chinese Embroidered Imperial Yellow Silk

Qing dynasty (1644-1911), elegant and elaborate embroidered silk cover with a myriad of flowers amidst auspicious bats symbolizing long life and swastikas symbolizing Buddha's heart and footprint, backed with yellow cloud silk. 24.5 x 30.75 From the

Lot: 28 - Pair of Carved Jade Landscape Plaques

20th century or earlier, four character seal reading "Qianglong nian zhi" incised on back of each plaque, the plaques are very finely carved mirror images of Chinese landscapes with pavilions among the mountains with a single figure walking into the

Lot: 29 - Rare Chinese Export Porcelain Rose Mandarin

19th century, finely painted court scene with very detailed expressive faces and clothing, a standing dragon screen is depicted behind the senior official seated beneath the screen, yellow carpet with Chinese cloud motif decoration, the scene is

Lot: 30 - Matched Pair of Double Happiness Temple Jars

antique, marked on underside, blue and white hand painted double happiness characters on four sides of each jar with flowers amid swirling vines, with covered lids, double happiness characters symbolize wedding bliss, come together with carved wooden

Lot: 31 - A Pair of Canton Enamel Vases

19th century, globular body with lobed sides, featuring shaped vertical panels with blue dragon border containing images of birds and flowers, the rest of the body has a yellow ground decorated in famille rose enamels with green swirling vines and

Lot: 32 - Antique Chinese Framed Fan

19th century, silver filigree and enamel handle, watercolor on paper with characters having applied painted ivory faces, presented in a custom gilt wood and gesso frame on stand. DOA 15.5 x 22 in. The consignor's grandfather, a naval officer assigned

Lot: 33 - Chinese Export Silver Tea Caddy

mark of Wang Hing & Co. of Hong Kong and Canton, circa 1900, with applied prunus branches and featuring a hawk and a song bird, removable cover with fruit and foliate decoration. 6 in. 13.2 troy oz.

Lot: 34 - Chinese Export Silver Tea Kettle on Stand

mark of Wang Hing & Co. of Hong Kong and Canton, circa 1900, the tea kettle decorated with birds perched on and soaring beyond prunus branches, the swing handle and stand in the form of bamboo, with original removable burner. HOA 12.5 in. 46.35 total

Lot: 35 - China Trade Painting of the Dutch Folly Fort on

circa 1850, oil on canvas, the verso with single character mark to one stretcher and the remnants of an old label with red type affixed to both top stretcher and frame, presented in a later antique carved sandalwood frame. SS 13 x 9 in.; DOA 20.5 x

Lot: 36 - China Trade Reverse Painting on Glass of the Hongs

mid-19th century, depicting the factories of France, United States, Great Britain, and Denmark, presented in a period hardwood frame. DOA 11.75 x 15 3/8 in.

Lot: 37 - Mountain Village - Brazil by Diana Kan

watercolor on paper, signed at lower left with red seal, mountainous landscape depicted in vivid colors, framed under glass, not examined outside of frame. SS 23.5 x 26 1/8 in. Diana Kan was born in Hong Kong in 1926 and studied there with Chang Dai

Lot: 38 - A Thai Gilt Bronze Standing Buddha Sculpture

mid to late 19th century, bronze with lacquer and gilt, with hands in abhaya mudra, wearing elaborately detailed robes and jewelry decorated with gilded lacquer and inlaid with small circular stones, the face has a serene expression and the flaming

Lot: 39 - An Early Tibetan Mandala of Buddha Amitabha

15th century, the Buddha Amitabha is depicted in traditional red and seated in dhyanasana on a lotus with his hands resting in his lap in dhyana mudra and holding a gold patra, around him in a lotus petal shaped circle are eight further images of

Lot: 40 - A Tibetan Thangka of Buddha Amitabha in Pure Land

19th century, depicts Amitabha seated on a lotus throne in his Pure Land paradise surrounded by bodhisattvas, Sakyamuni Buddha and Tsongkhapa are featured in halos in the upper corners between them jeweled flowers of the Western paradise, and the

Lot: 41 - A Tibetan Thangka of Buddha Amitabha in Pure Land

19th century, depicts Buddha Amitabha seated in dhyanasana on a lotus throne in his Pure Land paradise holding a patra and surrounded by bodhisattvas, the heavenly asparas fly to the left and right of Amitabha's halo, and below you see faithful

Lot: 42 - A Tibetan Thangka of a Lama

18th century, with his hands in vitarka mudra, holding a lotus flower in his left hand, wearing a red robe decorated with gold rosettes and orange robe draped over, a peaked golden yellow cap with long lappets falling onto his shoulders, and green

Lot: 43 - A Tibetan Bardo Thangka of Samantabhadra

18th century, the three-headed red deity is trampling upon two demons lying on the lotus base, his primary hands embrace his consort in yabyum while holding the vajra and ghanta, the couple are encircled by an halo of billowing smoke and flames,

Lot: 44 - A Tibetan Thangka of Yama Dharmaraja

19th century, black silk ground with red, white, and gilt decoration, he stands with his feet askance on figures over a lotus base, he holds a vajra chopper in his hand up in the air and a skull cup in his other, a necklace of decapitated heads

Lot: 45 - A Tibetan Thangka of Vajrakilaya

18th century, the tantric deity and consort are depicted striding over bodies below, his six arms holding Buddhist implements and passionately embracing his consort, the couple encircled by an aureole of flames and smoke, Buddhist deities inhabit the

Lot: 46 - A Tibetan Thangka of Guhyasamaja

18th century, the three headed Tantric deity is depicted seated on a floating lotus throne with six arms, four holding Buddhist implements, the other two embracing his consort, numerous Buddhist figures depicted above and below including Buddha

Lot: 47 - A Tibetan Thangka of Vajrapani

the benevolent protector of Buddhism is depicted wearing a five skull crown, holding a vajra in one hand and a chalice in the other, striding over two bodies under a fiery aureole, three lamas overhead and a lama with attendants below, framed under

Lot: 48 - Continental School (circa 1800), The Roman

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in an antique frame with the composition ornament removed for a shabby chic appearance. DOA 32 x 46 in. No Grand Tour was complete without a visit to the Campagna, which was the most painted landscape in

Lot: 49 - Peter Macnab (British, 1830-1900), A Rural View

oil on canvas (lined), signed at lower left, presented in a period appropriate gilt composition frame. DOA 17.75 x 21.75 in.

Lot: 50 - John Sanderson Wells (British, 1872-1955), The

oil on board, signed at lower right, presented in a period frame with brass gallery plaque. SS 6.75 x 9.75 in.; DOA 11.75 x 14.75 in.

Lot: 51 - Antique Portrait of the Steamship Manhattan

oil on canvas, unsigned, late 19th century, presented in a period appropriate gilt frame. SS 17.5 x 29.5 in.; DOA 22.75 x 35 in.

Lot: 52 - Alex de Andreis (Belgian, 1880-1929), The

oil on canvas, signed lower right, presented in gilt frame with brass identification plaque. SS 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.; DOA 22 x 18 in.

Lot: 53 - Alex de Andreis (Belgian, 1880-1929),

oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed and bears brass identification plaque. SS 24 1/2 x 20 5/8 in.; DOA 32 x 28 in.

Lot: 54 - Alex de Andreis (Belgian, 1880-1929), A Cavalier

oil on panel, signed lower right, presented in gilt frame. SS 23 3/8 x 18 5/8 in.; DOA 32 1/2 x 27 3/4 in.

Lot: 55 - John Frederick Herring Sr. (British, 1795-1865), A

oil on board, signed at lower right, inscribed in pencil on the verso J. F. Herring / (illegible), presented in a later gilt frame. DOA 9.75 x 10.5 in.

Lot: 56 - James Pawley (English, fl. 1845-1869), In the

oil on canvas (lined), signed at lower right, presented in a period carved and gilt wood frame with carved spandrels. SS 24.5 x 29.5 in.; DOA 32 x 37 in.

Lot: 57 - att. Charles Cooper Henderson (Br., 1803-1877),

oil on canvas (lined), partial signature at lower right, presented in a period gilt composition frame with gallery label reading "The London and York Mail / Cooper-Henderson." SS 24.25 x 30 in.; DOA 30.25 x 35.5 in.

Lot: 58 - after J. N. Sartorious (1755-1828), Hambletonian

oil on canvas (lined), an early 19th century painting after the rare stipple engraving published in 1800 by John Harris, presented in a period appropriate ebonized frame with gilt filet. DOA 37.5 x 51.5 in. The original engraving featured the

Lot: 59 - Two Antique English School Paintings of Young

each circa 1800; the first painting of a young laundress with dog, oil on canvas on board; the second painting of a young woman with dog and basket of fruit is an oil on canvas (lined); neither painting is signed, both presented in matching gilt

Lot: 60 - follower of Adriaen Brouwer (Flemish, 1605-1638),

oil on canvas (lined), 17th century, unsigned, presented in a 20th century gilt frame. SS 15.25 x 23 in.; DOA 20.25 x 27.5 in. A particularly interesting genre scene carefully composed and illustrating the dangers of drink and loose women.

Lot: 61 - Henry Burney (British, fl. 1915-1936),

oil on canvas (lined), signed at lower right, inscribed and titled on the top stretcher, presented in a period gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. DOA 52 x 62.5 in.

Lot: 62 - after Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), Portrait of

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in a later 20th century carved and gilt frame. SS 42 x 33.5 in.; DOA 55.5 x 46.5 in. The original painting, now in the Wallace Collection, was commissioned in 1781 by the Prince of Wales (later George IV)

Lot: 63 - Henry Woods (British, 1846-1921), Two Figural

oil on panel, each signed at lower right and presented in a period gilt composition frame with gallery plaques. SS 7.25 x 5 in.; DOA 12.5 x 10.25 in. English born, Henry Woods found his greatest success in Venice, painting scenes and people of the

Lot: 64 - A Restoration Period Portrait of an Englishman

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, fourth quarter of the 17th century, presented in an antique ebonized ripple frame with gilt filet. SS 35 x 30 in.; DOA 43.25 x 38.25 in. Portraits from this period often depict men wearing loose gowns such as this

Lot: 65 - att. Benjamin Wilson (English, 1721-1788),

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in an antique period gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. SS 35 x 27.25 in.; DOA 43.25 x 35 in. This full length portrait of a man and his dog depicted on a country walk is a typical convention of

Lot: 66 - Two 19th Century Russian Icons

the first depicting the Madonna of Joy of All Who Sorrow with Coins (8.75 x 6 7/8 in.) (stable check with some minor flaking and rubbing); the second with thirteen selected saints, including Saint Nicholas in the center (8.75 x 7 in.) (minor rubbing

Lot: 67 - A Russian Icon with Silver & Cloissone Oklad -

the oklad with Moscow 1896 hallmarks and assayer's mark likely for Anatoly Apollonovich Artsybashev, unidentified Cyrillic maker's mark, coral cabochon mounted to oklad, mounted in a custom shadowbox frame. Icon 12 x 10.25 in.; DOA 28.25 x 25.5 in.

Lot: 68 - Dutch School (circa 1900), An Interior Genre Scene

oil on canvas, illegibly signed at lower right, presented under glass in a handsome hand-carved and gilded frame, retaining a gallery label from Wunderly Brothers of Pittsburgh. SS 23.5 x 28.5 in.; DOA 33.5 x 38.5 in.

Lot: 69 - Vladimir Vladimirovich Sizov (Russian, b. 1946),

oil on canvas, signed and inscribed in Cyrillic on the verso, dated 1984, framed. SS 50.25 x 66 in.; DOA 58.25 x 73 in. Born in Saint Petersburg, Sizov studied at the Lugansk State Art School from and then in the Kiev State Art Institute. Donetsk

Lot: 70 - Vladimir Vladimirovich Sizov (Russia, b. 1946),

oil on burlap, signed at lower right and inscribed on the verso in Cyrillic, dated on the verso 1968, presented in a later silver leaf frame. SS 27 x 51.5 in.; DOA 36.5 x 60 in. Born in Saint Petersburg, Sizov studied at the Lugansk State Art School

Lot: 71 - Francois Riss (France/Russia, 1804-1886), Portrait

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1842 at center right, presented in the likely original gilt composition frame. SS 21 x 17.75 in.; DOA 30.5 x 26 in.

Lot: 72 - Lucio Rivas Bertol (Spain, 1911-1993), El Lagar

oil on canvas on board, signed at lower left, titled and inscribed on the verso, dated 1947, presented in a gilt frame. DOA 52.5 x 56 in.

Lot: 73 - Wlodzimierz Terlikowski (Polish, 1873-1951), View

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1929 along bottom, presented in a later frame. SS 23.5 x 17.5 in.; DOA 27 x 21 in. Together with a framed poster for the 2002 exhibition Wladimir de Terlikowski, un des Maitres de l'Ecole de Murols mounted at the Musee

Lot: 74 - George III Chippendale Chest of Drawers

circa 1780s, mahogany, mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, top with applied molded edge above a Chinese Chippendale fretwork frieze, two over three cock beaded graduated drawers flanked by chamfered corners with conforming fretwork, raised on

Lot: 75 - George III Server with Gallery

early 19th century, mahogany, having a dovetailed, shaped and scrolled backsplash, ring turned legs and supports, a lower shelf with two side by side drawers, on tapered feet. 40.5 x 35 x 17 in. Nice diminutive form and top with reeded edge.

Lot: 76 - George II Carved Mahogany Tilt-Top Tea Table

mid-18th century, mahogany, circular top has a molded and shaped edge with relief carved fans, birdcage box above an urn turned standard, tripod base with cabriole legs and raised snake feet. 28 x 25 x 25 in.

Lot: 77 - George III Linen Press

late 18th century, two piece form, mahogany and mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, the top with a projecting cornice above dentil molding, two upper case doors, each with applied molding, open to an interior composed of four sliding drawers,

Lot: 78 - English Lancashire Mule Chest of Drawers

late 18th century, oak and mahogany, mahogany veneers, with oak and pine secondary, top with applied dovetailed three-quarter gallery, applied molded hinged full length lift top lid above three over two faux drawers over two over two side by side

Lot: 79 - English Hepplewhite Inlaid Game Table

circa 1800, mahogany with satinwood and rosewood veneers, the shaped top is highlighted by a satinwood banded border and opens to a felt playing surface, supported by a double swing leg surface with rosewood veneer, edge with vertical rosewood

Lot: 80 - Set of Six Chippendale Style Dining Chairs

early 20th century, mahogany, two arm chairs and four side chairs, well developed crest rail featuring shell and acanthus leaf carving, wide curved over-upholstered seats, on stretcher base. Arm chair 40 x 26 x 20 in. Custom, high quality chairs.

Lot: 81 - English Chinoiserie Decorated Sewing Stand

mid 19th century, having a black lacquered surface with allover gilt and hand painted scenes of landscape, dragons, foliate forms, the case with side handles is raised on a turned standard with scrolled feet. The interior of the case features a

Lot: 82 - English Queen Anne Style Carved Double Back Settee

early 20th century, likely elm, relief carved and pierced back, carved and scrolled arms and legs, serpentine seat, with slip silk upholstered cushion, cabriole legs with Rococo style relief carving. 44.5 x 50 x 22 in.

Lot: 83 - Regency Pedestal Library Table

19th century, mahogany, having a rectangular top with rounded corners supported by a ring and urn turned standard, raised on four down-swept legs terminating in brass paw feet with casters. 29 x 48 x 24 in.

Lot: 84 - George II Secretary Bookcase

18th century, two piece form, mahogany and mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, having a cove molded cornice with a vertically veneered frieze, each door with shaped and beveled looking glass panel, flanked by rounded quarter columns, the

Lot: 85 - English Refectory Dining Table

17th century style, elm, one board rectangular top on a trestle base with mortice and tenon construction. 29.75 x 98 x 33 in.

Lot: 86 - An Assembled Set of Nine English Country Dining

20th century, mixed hardwoods, two arms, seven side chairs, shaped ladder back, rush seat, baluster turned front rail, raised pad feet. Arm chair 44 x 23 x 19 in.

Lot: 87 - George III Hepplewhite Inlaid Demi-Lune Sideboard

late 18th century, highly figured mahogany veneers, pine secondary, the long central drawer is flanked by two deep drawers, the right one a bottle drawer and featuring a hinged cabinet at each end, line inlay and patera decoration, the case is raised

Lot: 88 - An English Chinoiserie Decorated Tall Case Clock

18th century, allover black lacquer with gilt decoration, the hood features a shaped bonnet flanked by finials, the tombstone glass door encloses a repousse brass face with second hand and date dial, engraved ship "William Mortimer Plymouth,"

Lot: 89 - George III Linen Press

late 18th century, mahogany and mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, two part form with removable cornice, Chinese Chippendale fretwork frieze, over two hinged door with applied shaped molding enclosing an interior of short pull-out shelves and

Lot: 90 - George II Dressing Table

mid-18th century, mahogany, mahogany veneers with oak and pine secondary, molded and veneered top with chair rail rear molding overhang, three side by side cockbeaded drawers, shaped and scalloped front and side skirt, tall tapered legs with pad

Lot: 91 - George II Tilt-Top Tea Table

mid-18th century, mahogany, featuring a large single board top above a dovetailed box, raised on a ring turned standard supported by raised snake feet. 28 x 35.25 x 34 7/8 in.

Lot: 92 - George II Kneehole Writing Desk

18th century, burled walnut with banded mahogany veneer, oak and pine secondary, banded top with molded edge, a long drawer over two columns each with three lipped drawers flanking a recessed compartment with an arched door enclosing a two shelf

Lot: 93 - George III Inlaid Bowfront Chest of Drawers

circa 1800, mahogany and mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, dark wood and light wood line inlay, four graduated cock beaded drawers, raised on French feet. 32.75 x 36 x 21 in. Base with key inlay front and sides.

Lot: 94 - An English Console Table Decorated in the Adams

early 19th century, mahogany, mixed wood and veneers, having a shaped top painted with a central classical vignette, painted floral band edge treatment, painted leaf and blossom decoration to the skirt, raised on straight tapered legs. 32 x 51.5 x 22

Lot: 95 - Regency Mahogany Serpentine Sideboard

early 19th century, mahogany veneers, oak and pine secondary, top with cross banding to top and front edge with light wood inlay, three side by side upper drawers over three side by side deep drawers all with applied rosettes and molding, raised on

Lot: 96 - English Queen Anne Tea Table

18th century, mahogany, mahogany veneer, the rectangular top with a molded edge, the veneered skirt with central cut-out, chamfered corners, cabriole legs with carved and beaded knee, raised on pad feet. 26.5 x 27 x 19.5 in.

Lot: 97 - Two English Mochaware Pitchers

19th century, pearlware, the first with a rare double blue band centered with double twisted cable, original receipt available (5.5 in.); the second, pitcher with a single blue band above a wide tan band with seaweed decoration (6.5 in.).

Lot: 98 - Porcelain Chocolate Set au Deux

late 19th century, attributed to Helena Wolfsohn, Dresden, hand-painted in the Bottger Chinoiserie style of early 18th century Meissen, to include: an oval tray with integral pot and cup restraints; two covered pots; two cups, all with underglaze

Lot: 99 - Gilt Decorated Sevres Style Porcelain Urn

late 19th-early 20th century, tall form with a wide everted rim extending outwards over a high angular shoulder, tapering body to a stepped circular base. The powder blue ground is decorated on two sides with muted portrait vignette of two young

Lot: 100 - Fine Aesthetic Period Mantle Luster Set

circa 1880, black amethyst glass with white enamel and gilt decoration, including a pillow vase with egret decoration, and a pair of matched lusters with lily of the valley floral decoration, unmarked. 13 in. tall.

Lot: 101 - Pair of William & Mary Needlepoint, Gilt and

each arched panel worked in tones of blue, red, and green to form an elaborate floral and foliate arrangement in an urn; the ebonized molded frame supporting a pair of gilt decorated candle arms at the base. 22 x 9 x 5.5 in. From the Collection of

Lot: 102 - Pair of Belle Epoque Cut Glass Sconces

late 19th century, gilt brass, three light form, applied candy cane arms with drop prisms. 22 x 13 x 10 in.

Lot: 103 - A French Gilt Bronze Bouillotte Lamp

19th century, electrified but retaining original candle cups for wax candles, adjustable red toleware shade. HOA 30.25 in.

Lot: 104 - Pair of Custom Neoclassical Style Chandeliers

early 20th century, New York, custom made, nine light form, cut glass and brass with drop prisms and central diamond cut dome, with ceiling cap and chain. 24 x 15 in diameter.

Lot: 105 - att. Steuben, Pair of Boudoir Lamps

circa 1920, iridescent gold glass vases with ormolu mounts and porcelain painted flower sprays, set on a gilt brass base, unmarked. HOA 23 in.

Lot: 106 - Rare Moser Cabochon Chandelier

circa 1900 or earlier, cut glass with red cabochons and gilt decoration, six swirled arms, and cut glass drop prisms. 18 x 22 in.

Lot: 107 - A French Enamel and Ebonized Wood Jewelry Casket

mid-19th century, of rectangular form, the pagoda style canopy supported by gilt metal columns, all sides are decorated with hand-painted enamel panels depicting scenes of courting couples, shepherds. The hinged doors at the front swing open to

Lot: 108 - A Pair of Glass Champagne Cellars with Ormolu

20th century, optic glass bowl with domed cover, gilt bronze mounts featuring ram's head masks and foliate motif. HOA 19.5 in. Acquired by a collector in Poland

Lot: 109 - Stoltenberg-Lerche, "Loi?e Fuller" Art Nouveau

early 20th century, gilt bronze, signed in the casting. 5.5 in.

Lot: 110 - Pair of Carved Marble Urn Form Table Lamps

20th century, lamp bases carved in the Chinese manner, covered urn shape on a raised base carved from the solid marble in high relief with abundant blossoming branches encircling and surmounting the urns. HOA 38 in.

Lot: 111 - Antique Cast Iron Plaque of the British Royal Coat

late 19th / early 20th century, an exceptionally detailed casting with original polychrome paint, the lion and unicorn flanking the armorial crest and crown above the motto Dieu Et Mon Droit. 23 x 22 in.

Lot: 112 - Pair of Neoclassical Marble Mantel Urns

19th century, gilt bronze and marble, lidded form, with pineapple finial, featuring ram's head masks and floral swags, on stepped base.

Lot: 113 - Persian Kashan Prayer Rug

circa 1930, cotton and wool, the dark blue field with urn and blossoms and with vine and tree motifs to ground, deep red spandrels and with deep red guard border with leaf and floral design elements. 2 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 10 in.

Lot: 114 - Persian Tabriz Carpet

circa 1940s, the deep rose field with allover floral and vine motifs within a midnight blue major guard border with vine and floral elements and six minor borders. 10 ft. x 9 in. x 17 ft. 8 in.

Lot: 115 - Hereke Souf Prayer Rug

silk and metal, mixed weave, the beige field with leaf, vine, and floral design within a light rust main guard border with similar motifs and with rosette minor borders. 3 ft. 7 in. x 5 ft. 3 in.

Lot: 116 - Turkish Hereke Silk Rug

finely woven in a mixed weave technique, field depicting scrolling vine, palmette, and avian motifs with metallic flat weave ground, approximately 437 kpsi. 5 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.

Lot: 117 - Spanish Leather Floor Screen

early 20th century, grape and pomegranate motif, nail head trim. 61 x 66 in. This imposing screen, from Thomas Lynch's Greensburg, Pennsylvania mansion, helped furnish a somewhat unconventional leather-lined room in the home. By descent from the

Lot: 118 - Pair of Continental Hall Chairs

circa 1900, mahogany, over-upholstery with nailhead trim, relief carved legs with shell and hoof foot with cross stretcher. 40 x 21 x 21 in.

Lot: 119 - Pair of 20th Century Blackamoor Pedestals

20th century, carved and painted wood with silver leaf decoration. 32 x 14 x 14 in.

Lot: 120 - A Highly Carved and Gilded French Wall Mirror

18th century, tiered relief carved crest with Rococo influence, with later double plate looking glass, base of the frame with leaf and floral carving, central cartouche. 46 x 17 in.

Lot: 121 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Painted Fauteuil

19th century, gray painted, molded and carved frame, later silk upholstery, scrolled knuckles, tapered fluted legs. 34.5 x 23 x 17 in.

Lot: 122 - An Italianate Carved and Painted Upholstered

19th century, ribbon and beaded relief carved frame, the crest terminates in an out-swept scroll, shaped and carved arm with acanthus leaf, tapered spirally turned legs with palmetto carving. 37.5 62 x 22 in.

Lot: 123 - George II Carved and Gilt Looking Glass

18th century, carved and gilt wood, two panel mirror with beveled edge, cut sunburst at upper panel. 60 x 25 in.

Lot: 124 - Pair of French Marble Top Tables in the Napoleonic

circa 1900, mahogany veneers with light and dark wood inlays, rectangular Sienna marble inset top with beveled edge, banded wood surround with ormolu mounts, swag form skirt raised on cast brass dolphins with shaped lower shelf with inset porcelain

Lot: 125 - Pair of Continental Painted and Gilt Architectural

early 20th century, painted, carved and gilt wood and gesso, Corinthian form columns with carved and gilt bellflowers, acanthus leaves and reeding, raised on a stepped base. 92 in.

Lot: 126 - Louis XV Style Painted Floor Screen

early 20th century, three hinged panels of carved and painted wood with fine silk Scalamandre upholstery. 65 x 78 in.

Lot: 127 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Painted Ballroom Chairs

19th century, having a relief frame above a pierced "X" shaped back splat, wide over-upholstered seat above a carved rail flanked by a rosette on each leg, legs feature a reeded cap. legs with a reeded (0 ) 34 x 17.5 x 17 in.

Lot: 128 - French Empire Marble Top Gilt Console Table

19th century, carved and gilt wood, original stone top with fossil inclusions, dovetailed framework. 33.5 x 39.25 x 20 in.

Lot: 129 - French Art Nouveau Gilt Metal Etagere

circa 1900, gilt iron, with three glass shelves having a natural twig and vine motif. 81 x 57 x 13 in.

Lot: 130 - Leon Francoise Comerre (French, 1850-1916), La

oil on canvas (lined), signed and dated "Leon Comerre / Lille 1875" at lower right, presented in a later gilt composition frame. SS 78.5 x 50 in.; DOA 87 x 56 in. Born in Trelon, Leon Comerre and his family moved to Lille in 1853. His parents were

Lot: 131 - Rene Olivier (French, 19th/20th century), Early

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1908 at lower right, presented in a later gilt composition frame. SS 14.25 x 17.5 in.; DOA 19 x 22.5 in.

Lot: 132 - Jean Cocteau (French, 1889-1963), Place

ink on paper, signed and inscribed Place Blanche, matted and framed under glass. SS 17.5 x 12.75 in.; DOA 27.25 x 22.75 in.

Lot: 133 - Suzanne Valadon (French, 1865-1938), Female Nude

charcoal on paper, signed at lower left, mounted and framed under glass. Sheet 8 1/8 x 11 3/8 in.; DOA 13 x 16 in. Illustrated: P. Petrides, L'oeuvre complet de Suzanne Valadon, Paris, 1971, no D78.

Lot: 134 - Elisabeth Dandelot (French, 1898-1995),

watercolor, signed lower left, matted and framed under glass. SS 11.25 x 7.25 in.; DOA 16.75 x 12 in.

Lot: 135 - Italian Landscape Painting with Fisherman and

early 20th century, oil on canvas, unsigned, presented in a period complementary painted frame. DOA 45 x 33 in. B. Altman & Co., New York, NY

Lot: 136 - workshop of Francesco Solimena (Italian,

oil on canvas (lined), first half of the 18th century, unsigned, presented in an early 20th century gilt and gesso frame. SS 29 x 19 in.; DOA 24.5 x 24.25 in. We wish to thank Dr. Simona Carotenuto, author of Francesco Solimena: Dall'attivata

Lot: 137 - A 19th century Copy of Ezekiel's Vision by

oil on canvas, inscribed on the verso The Vision of Ezekiel (Raphael) / Copy by Prof. Luigi Bardi / Gallery Pitti / From Pisani's Picture Gallery / Florence, presented in a period gilt Florentine style carved frame. DOA 26.5 x 22 in.

Lot: 138 - An Old Master Painting of the Raising of Lazarus

oil on cradled panel, unsigned, unframed. 27.5 x 22.25 in.

Lot: 139 - Jose Maria Tamburini (Spanish, 1856-1932),

oil on canvas (lined), signed lower left, presented in contemporary gilt frame by Edward Wright, Hillsborough, NC, with framemaker's brand. SS 26 x 25 in.; DOA 34 x 33 in.

Lot: 140 - Fritz van der Venne (German, 1873-1936), Circus

oil on panel, signed and dated 1893 at lower right, unframed. 6 x 10 in.

Lot: 141 - J. Arlet (Continental, 19th century), A Pair of

the first an oil on canvas titled on a paper label on verso Der Stammhalter (Son and Heir), signed at lower right; the second an oil on canvas titled on a paper label on the verso Blumenfreunde (Flower Woman), signed at lower right; each presented in

Lot: 142 - Heinrich (Henry) Vianden (Germany/WI, 1814-1899),

oil on canvas laid on board, signed at lower right, presented in a later ornate gilt composition frame with brass gallery plaque. SS 10.75 x 13.75 in.; DOA 18 x 21 1/8 in. The Lenz Gallery, Milwaukee, WI Private Collection, Williamsburg, VA

Lot: 143 - follower of Pietro Longhi (Italian, 1701-1785), A

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in an antique ebonized ribbon molded frame. SS 14 x 20.75 in.; DOA 20 x 26.5 in.

Lot: 144 - Continental School (19th century), A Pair of

circa 1830, oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, each presented in an ebonized frame with gilt filet. DOA 30.25 x 25 in. Family history purports these portraits to be of a German sea captain and his wife.

Lot: 145 - after Willem Claesz. Heda (Dutch, 1594-1680),

oil on cradled panel, unsigned, unframed. 21 x 28.75 in. Born in Haarlem, Heda joined the city's Guild of St. Luke in 1631. He is best known for still life paintings such as this example, known as "banquets" or "breakfasts." We wish to thank Dr.

Lot: 146 - Ibrahim Safi (Turkey, 1898-1983), Istanbul

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, presented in a later frame. SS 23 x 31 in.; DOA 26.75 x 34.75 in. Acquired by a neighbor of the consignor from the artist in Istanbul in the 1960s.

Lot: 147 - Celebrated 16th Century World Map by Abraham

Typvs Orbis Terrarvum, Antwerp, dated 1587, with hand-coloring; Spanish text on the back credits the cartographer's sources in this updated edition showing the Solomon Islands and a corrected South American continent. Professionally matted in a

Lot: 148 - (14) Venetian Glass Finger Bowls

early 20th century, blown ruby red glass with hand painted gilt decoration, cut pontils. 2.75 x 4.75 in.

Lot: 149 - Twelve Venetian Glass Goblets

early 20th century, blown ruby red glass with hand painted gilt decoration, air trap stems, cut pontils. 6 in.

Lot: 150 - Bohemian Secessionist Copper Overlay Glass Vase

early 20th century, transitional pink to cream glass with copper overlay and turquoise colored cabochons, unmarked. 12 in.

Lot: 151 - L.C. Tiffany Art Glass Shade on Lamp

circa 1900, opalescent shade with green pulled feather and scalloped rim signed "L.C.T." together with an early 20th century bell form floor lamp, lamp is unmarked. Shade 5 x 2.25 in.; lamp 55 in.

Lot: 152 - Tiffany Studios, Pair of Pine Needle Ink Wells

circa 1900, gilt bronze, white/cream slag glass, hinged lids with glass inserts, each stamped "Tiffany Studios New York 844." 4 x 4 x 4 in.

Lot: 153 - L.C. Tiffany Grouping

circa 1900, including a favrile swirled candlestick signed "L.C.T.," a scalloped rim bowl signed "L.C.T. Favrile," and a bronze bowl stamped "Tiffany Studios New York 1708." Tallest 6.75 in.

Lot: 154 - L.C. Tiffany, Favrile Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase

circa 1900, controlled art nouveau waved rim with crazed favrile edge, tooled ribbed interior, cut pontil, polished foot, signed "L.C.T. W4573." 14.5 x 9 x 4.5 in.

Lot: 155 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Lily Pad Center Bowl with

circa 1900, crazed gold to red glass with engraved green lily pad and vine decoration, together with a two tier flower frog insert, bowl signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile, 8970L," frog "L.C. Tiffany Favrile, 8970." 5 x 12.5 in.

Lot: 156 - L.C. Tiffany Engraved Favrile Center Bowl

circa 1900, gold favrile with hints of purple/blue, stepped swirl rim, engraved leaf and vine decoration to rim and interior base, polished pontil, signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile, 1738." 3 x 12.5 in. diameter.

Lot: 157 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Finger Bowl and Underplate

circa 1900, gold favrile with hints of pink/purple, each with tooled undersides, bowl signed "LCT" underplate signed "LCT 217." Bowl 2.25 x 4.75 in. diameter.

Lot: 158 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Decanter and Four Glasses

circa 1900, gold favrile with a pink luster, dimpled decanter with tiered stopper, stems with circular cup and foot, one cup retains original paper label, two cups signed L.C.T., decanter signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile 341." Decanter 9.75 in.

Lot: 159 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Floriform Vase

circa 1900, gold favrile with hints of pink and blue luster, trumpet form vase, teardrop stem, ribbed and raised circular foot, signed "L.C.T. 1799B." 9.25 in.

Lot: 160 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile, Two Vases

circa 1900, including a gourd form bud vase signed "L.C.T. V2200" with remnant of paper label, and a tooled edge wide rim short vase signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile 1885K." Taller 6.5 in.

Lot: 161 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Floriform Vase

circa 1900, gold favrile, free form edge, tear drop stem, raised circular foot, signed "L.C.T. V8798." 10.5 x 5 in. diameter.

Lot: 162 - L.C. Tiffany Favrile Candlestick and Flower Frog

circa 1900, including a gold favrile hollow form candlestick with wide bobeche, baluster standard and raised foot, signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile," and a two tiered flower frog with hues of blue throughout, polished rim, signed "L.C.T. Favrile, 466T."

Lot: 163 - Daum Nancy, Cameo Glass Bowl

circa 1890, light vaseline glass with Sweet Gum Tree decoration, gilt highlights over red enamel to leaves, signed on polished pontil. 5.5 x 8 in. diameter.

Lot: 164 - att. Steuben Double Shade Desk Lamp

early 20th century, blown gold iridescent shades with hues of pink luster, with a bronze toned lamp, unmarked. 13.5 in. tall.

Lot: 165 - Carder Era Steuben, Threaded Vase

circa 1920, clear ribbed glass with applied green threading to neck and rim, acid fleur de lis stamp. 7.75 in.

Lot: 166 - Carder Era Steuben, Tree Trunk Vase

circa 1920, amber blown glass with tooled tree trunk form vases, polished base, with acid fleur de lis stamp. 6 in.

Lot: 167 - Carder Era Steuben, Lidded Box

circa 1920, green jade and alabaster with applied floral handle, fleur de lis acid stamp. 6 x 8 in. diameter.

Lot: 168 - Steuben Thistle Rock Sculpture

designed by James Houston, faceted cut crystal base with inset 18k vermeil thistle, signed Steuben, with original presentation case. 8 in.

Lot: 169 - (40pc) Steuben, Airtwist Stemware

to include (8) water goblets, (8) wine hock goblets, (8) red wine glasses, (8) champagne glasses, and (8) cordials; clear body supported by iconic "air twist" stem, all hand signed. Tallest 5.75 in. Designed by George Thompson, 1950s.

Lot: 170 - (61pc) Baccarat "Rabelais" Stemware

Including: (12) red wines (5.5 in); (12) water goblets (6 in.); (12) champagnes (4.5 in.); (12) port wines (4.75 in.); (12) liquor stems (3 in.); and a matching decanter (10.5 in.), marked.

Lot: 171 - Baccarat, Pair of Crystal Candelabra

mid 20th century, screw on bobeches, paneled base with acid stamp. 10 x 8.5 x 8.5 in.

Lot: 172 - (47pc) Baccarat "Picadilly" Crystal Stemware

including (11) water goblets (6 in.); (12) red wines (5.5 in.); (11) white wines (5.25 in.); (1) dessert wine (4.75 in.); and (12) coupes (5 in.).

Lot: 173 - (47pc) Baccarat, "Malmaison" Stemware

including (12) dessert wines (6 in.); (12) white wines (6.75 in.); (11) red wines (7.5 in.); and (12) water goblets (8 in.), signed.

Lot: 174 - Rene Lalique, "Domremy" Vase

circa 1900, molded opalescent glass with frosted finish in a thistle pattern, polished foot, engraved signature "R. Lalique France H979." 8.5 in. tall.

Lot: 175 - Lalique "Versailles" Crystal Vase

late 20th century, urn form, with satin finish and repolished surfaces highlighting carved floral and grape vine motif at waist, signed to the base. 13.75 in. Originally designed by Rene Lalique in 1939.

Lot: 176 - Lalique Crystal "Bacchantes" Vase

molded and frosted glass with repeating nude beauties, signed "Lalique France." 10 x 8 in. diameter.

Lot: 177 - Vintage Murano Glass Chandelier

mid 20th century, hand blown amber colored glass, eight light, inset organic shaped decorative arms, gold toned metal support rod and ceiling cap, unmarked. 36 x 38.5 in.

Lot: 178 - Vintage Murano Aventurine Chandelier

early 20th century, gold flecks, mouth blown, six light with swirled arms and central drop prism. 37 x 30 in. diameter.

Lot: 179 - Frank Lloyd Wright, Hanging Pendant Light

early 20th century, copper with inset faceted colored glass cabochons, single interior light, hinged door with interior metal plaque reading "James A. Miller & Bro., Coppersmiths Chicago, Frank Lloyd Wright Design." 21 x 15 in. diameter. Private

Lot: 180 - att. Frank Lloyd Wright Pendant Light Cover

early 20th century, eight geometric stained and leaded glass panels, brass frame, unmarked. 14 x 13.5 x 13.5 in.

Lot: 181 - Pair of Art Deco Architectural Sconces

early 20th century, cast brass with white slag glass panels, four light form, hinged lid, shaped for exterior corner, with wall mount attachment. 47.5 x 9.5 x 7.5 in.

Lot: 182 - Birger Kaipiainen (Finland, 1915-1988), Platter

1960s, hand formed pottery tray with raised rim, decorated with figures and butterfly in crackle glazes, signed lower left. 3.5 x 27 x 16 in.

Lot: 183 - (24) Plates, "Sais" by Rosenthal

Germany, production limited to 1992-1996, Art Deco Revival design, (12) banquet plates each with an elaborate Gothic gold work over a wide black border, each plate centered with a snake hovering above a sphinx (12 3/8 in.); and (12) plates (7 5/8

Lot: 184 - Charles Eames, ES-106 Lounge

lacquered metal base, black leather cushions, labeled. 27 x 16.5 x 76.5 in. This narrow form was created by Eames for the purpose of napping.

Lot: 185 - Milo Baughman (Am., 1923-2003), Lounge Chair and

Thayer Coggin, 1960s, walnut veneer, black naugahyde, swivel chrome base, remnants of original labels. Chair 36 x 29 x 30 in; ottoman 15.5 x 23 x 22 in. Lot includes copy of 1962 receipt from Cambridge Furniture Co.

Lot: 186 - Dorothy Draper Decorative Circular Mirror

white painted composition frame with acanthus and C-scroll design and with glass plate. 40 in. diameter The Potomac Company, Dorothy Draper Collection & Catalogue Sale, September 29, 2007 (Sale 7, Lot 92)

Lot: 187 - Wayne Trapp (NC), Untitled

carved marble on a copper base, signed and dated 1990. HOA 21 in.

Lot: 188 - Wayne Trapp (NC), Custom Cocktail Table

custom designed base with glass top. 15.5 x 34 in. diamete

Lot: 189 - Wayne Trapp (NC), Untitled

carved stone sculpture on custom chrome base. 24 x 30 in.

Lot: 190 - Thomas Sayre (NC), Untitled #1

cast concrete in a cylindrical form with undulating and paneled sides, on custom base. 93.5 in.

Lot: 191 - Thomas Sayre (NC), Untitled #2

cast concrete elongated form with horizontal planes, on custom stand. 78.5 in.

Lot: 192 - Thomas Sayre (NC), Untitled #3

cast concrete with tight spiraling cyclone form, on custom base. 77.5 in.

Lot: 193 - Raphael Barrios (Am., b.1947), Untitled Sculpture

five black lacquered rectangular prisms balanced in an arc and mounted on a metal base. 37 1/8 in.

Lot: 194 - Ansel Adams (1902-1984), Trailside, near

gelatin silver print, printed circa 1960-1968, pencil signed on the mount, with Carmel studio stamp, matted and framed under glass. Image 13 x 10 in.; DOA Carl Siembab Gallery, Boston, MA Private Collection, FL

Lot: 195 - William Gottlieb (1917-2006), Charlie Parker with

gelatin silver print, signed in ink on recto, the verso with his signature, title, and negative date (c. 1948); also with his 1979 copyright hand stamp on verso, unframed. Sheet 13 7/8 x 11 1/8 in.

Lot: 196 - William Gottlieb (1917-2006), Billie Holiday #A

gelatin silver print, signed in ink on recto, the verso with his signature and title; also with his 1979 copyright hand stamp on verso, matted but unframed. Sheet 14 x 11 in.

Lot: 197 - Diane Rosenblum (CA), Four Photographs from The

silver prints, images include portraits of Keiko Ono (1992), Terri (1992) Julie Swenson Petras (1993), and Julie Mitchell (1993). Each of the three smaller prints are signed, titled, dated and numbered 2/12 on the verso (Sheet 10 7/8 x 14 in.); the

Lot: 198 - Serge Hambourg (American, b. 1936), New York

chromogenic print, signed and date 1979 at lower right, inscribed by the artist for Vernon my friend; his subway station in his new york. serge, matted and framed under glass. Image 11 x 11 in.; DOA 20.75 x 16.75 in.

Lot: 199 - Alfred Cheney Johnston (NY, 1885-1971), Two

both silver prints and each stamped on the verso Photograph by Alfred Cheney Johnston, printed later, unframed. 13 3/8 x 19.75 in. and 13.75 x 10 7/8 in.

Lot: 200 - Alex Harris (NC), Cordova, New Mexico, Looking

chromogenic print, titled and signed on the verso, printed 1988, annotated on the verso AH 147.1, matted but unframed. Sheet 16 x 20 in. A print from this negative is on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Lot: 201 - Philippe Halsman (1906-1979), Marilyn Monroe /

silver print, from the portfolio of ten images printed in 1981, Halsman/Marilyn copyright hand stamp and the edition notation 91/250 on verso, matted but unframed. Sheet 13 7/8 x 11 in.

Lot: 202 - A Portrait Photograph of Frank Sinatra

circa 1940s, silver gelatin, unsigned, att. Underwood & Underwood, matted and framed. Image 9 1/8 x 7 1/8 in.; DOA 16.5 x 14 3/8 in.

Lot: 203 - Elisa Sighicelli (Italian, b. 1968), Chairs

C-print on lightbox, two parts, edition 2/3, signed and dated 2002 in ink on the verso. 47.5 x 49 in. (each) Sighicelli was born and currently works in Turin, Italy. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She has shown her work

Lot: 204 - Jorge Soteras (Spanish, 1917-1990), Still Life

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, walnut frame with linen liner. SS 17.25 x 23.25 in.; DOA 22 x 28 in.

Lot: 205 - Luis Alfredo Lopez Mendez (Venezuela, 1901-1996),

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1955 at lower left, presented in the likely original gilt composition frame. SS 34 x 27.25 in.; DOA 44.5 x 37 in.

Lot: 206 - Luis Alfredo Lopez Mendez (Venezuela, 1901-1996),

oil on canvas, signed and inscribed on the verso, dated 1954, presented in the likely original gilt frame. DOA 59 x 52.75 in.

Lot: 207 - Bernard Buffet (French, 1928-1999), Study for

grease pencil on paper, annotated to sheet below drawing 5e chant, matted and framed under glass. SS 10.5 x 7 7/8 in.; DOA 18 x 14 in. This preparatory study was completed for a 1952 publication of Les Chants de Maldoror, original written and

Lot: 208 - Bernard Buffet (French, 1928-1999), San Francisco

lithograph in colors, 1966, signed in pencil lower right, numbered 139/150 in pencil lower left, with Arches watermark, presented in gilt frame. Image Size 18 3/4 x 26 7/8 in.; DOA 26 3/8 x 38 1/4 in.

Lot: 209 - George Plante (SC/UK, 1914-1995), Ferryboat Inn

oil on Masonite, signed at lower right, presented in a silver tone frame. SS 39.5 x 29.5 in.; DOA 45.5 x 35.5 in.

Lot: 210 - Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Female Bust Pitcher

1953, white clay with painted terra cotta, green, white and blue glazes, incised decorated featuring a female face with stylized hair and ribbon, applied handle, marked "Edition Picasso 159/200 Madoura" and with three stamps. 12.5 in. tall.

Lot: 211 - Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976), Puppet

lithograph in colors on cream wove paper, 1960, signed in pencil lower right, numbered 27/75 in pencil lower left, with Arches watermark, presented in acrylic frame. Sheet Size 40 5/8 x 16 7/8 in.; DOA 41 1/8 x 17 1/4 in.

Lot: 212 - Karel Appel (Dutch, 1921-2006), Couple in the

woodcut in colors, 1977, signed, dated, and numbered 107/110, presented in gilt frame under acrylic. Sheet Size 29 1/4 x 35 in.; DOA 36 1/2 x 42 1/2 in. A nice, bright impression.

Lot: 213 - after Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987), Marilyn

complete portfolio of ten screenprints on museum board, published by Sunday B. Morning, each bears "fill in your own signature" and publisher's stamp in blue to verso, portfolio retains signed certificate of authenticity from the publisher, unframed.

Lot: 214 - Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939),

lithographic poster in colors, 1896, on two attached sheets, signed within image lower right, framed, not under glass. Image Size 79 3/4 x 27 5/8 in.; DOA 84 1/2 x 32 5/8 in. Purchased in the Czech Republic, 2015.

Lot: 215 - Leonetto Cappiello (French, 1875-1942), Cachou

lithographic poster in colors, 1920, published by Devambez, Paris, framed under acrylic. Image 55 3/4 x 36 1/8 in.; DOA 69 1/2 x 49 3/8 in. With vibrant colors.

Lot: 216 - Camille Bouchet (French, 1799-1890), Cognac

lithographic poster in colors, printed by Vercasson, Paris, depicts a peacock, a recurring theme in Belle Epoque culture, presenting a bottle of Cognac Jacquet, framed under acrylic. Image Size 59 x 43 1/4 in.; DOA 72 3/4 x 56 1/4 in. A richly-inked

Lot: 217 - Mich (Michel Liebeaux) (French, 1881-1923),

lithographic poster in colors, circa 1920, published by Publicite Wall, framed under acrylic. Image Size 59 3/8 x 43 1/2 in.; DOA 72 5/8 x 55 5/8 in.

Lot: 218 - Antonio Berni (Argentine, 1905-1981), Ramona se

xylocollage, 1963, signed, dated, and numbered 12/15 in ink lower margin, with Monopol stamp lower center, framed. Sight Size 59 7/8 x 24 7/8 in.; DOA 62 1/4 x 27 3/8 in.

Lot: 219 - Erte (Romaine de Tirtoff) (1892-1990),

bronze cast in the lost wax method, with patination, gold leaf accents and polished embellishments; issued by Fine Arts Acquisitions in 1984, numbered 27/350; inscribed signature on the integral plinth. Bronze - 13.75 x 21.5 x 6.25 in.; Pedestal -

Lot: 220 - Erte (Romaine de Tirtoff) (1892-1990), Lovers

bronze cast in the lost wax method, with patination, gold leaf accents and polished embellishments; issued by Chalk & Vermilion and SevenArts in 1988, numbered 285/375; inscribed signature on the integral plinth. DOA 20.25 x 6 x 6 in.

Lot: 221 - Greg Sheres (Am., 20th Century), Two Modernist

1980s, brass and chrome, bolted in three sections, appear unmarked. 50 x 11 x 4 in.

Lot: 222 - Paula Algminowicz (IL), Two Women

oil on Masonite, signed at lower left, presented in the likely original frame with linen liner. DOA 39 x 19 in. Algminowicz was active in the Chicago art scene, exhibiting her work frequently throughout the city. She was also an accomplished

Lot: 223 - Doris Falkoff Seidler (Br./Am., 1912-2010),

construction of ink on Plexiglas sheets above hand-made paper, signed and dated 1968. DOA 20.25 x 20.25 in. Born in London, Doris Seidler and her husband relocated to New York in 1940. In New York, she studied with the painter and printmaker Stanley

Lot: 224 - Sylvia Plimack Mangold (NY, b. 1938), June

acrylic and oil on paper with masking tape, titled and signed in pencil on the paper, mounted and framed under acrylic. Sheet 11 x 14 in.; DOA 13.25 x 16.25 in. Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York, NY Young Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL

Lot: 225 - James Weeks (CA, 1922-1998),

acrylic on canvas, signed and dated 1966 on the verso, retaining a hand-written artist's label on the verso, also retaining a hand-written label from the Felix Landau Gallery of San Francisco on the verso, framed. DOA 26.25 x 20.75 in. A first

Lot: 226 - Gregory Gillespie (1936-2000), Three Figures in

oil on primed cotton, unsigned, completed in San Francisco circa 1960-1961, framed. DOA 39.75 x 35 in. Noted on the verso in Pratt's hand is the following: Entire surface is original variations resulting from Gillespie's extensive revising and

Lot: 227 - Edith London (NC, 1904-1997), Untitled

oil on linen, monogrammed at lower left, self-framed. 40.25 x 36.25 in.

Lot: 228 - Maud Gatewood (NC, 1934-2004), Late

acrylic on canvas, monogrammed and dated 1991 at lower right, framed. DOA 17.5 x 18.5 in. Somerhill Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC Private Collection, Chapel Hill, NC

Lot: 229 - Claude Howell (NC, 1915-1997), A City Scene

watercolor on paper glued down, signed and dated 1946 at lower left, matted and framed under glass. SS 17.5 x 14.5 in.; DOA 23.5 x 20.5 in.

Lot: 230 - Claude Howell (NC, 1915-1997), Yonge's Island

watercolor on paper, signed and dated 1963 at lower right, matted and framed under glass, retaining original label on the verso. SS 14.25 x 19.25 in.; DOA 23.25 x 27.75 in.

Lot: 231 - Silvia Heyden (NC/Switzerland, 1927-2015),

hand-woven tapestry of linen and wool, with artist's label on the verso. 51.5 x 59.5 in.

Lot: 232 - Marvin Saltzman (NC, b. 1931), Untitled

oil on canvas, signed at upper left, presented in a gilt floater frame. DOA 35.25 x 45.25 in. This painting is from Saltzman's mature Mapscape series of paintings, inspired by driving between the east and the west of Oregon. Included with the

Lot: 233 - Marvin Saltzman (NC, b. 1931), Untitled

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1967 at lower left, unframed. 30.5 x 34 1/8 in.

Lot: 234 - Kyle Highsmith (NC), Early Morning View of the

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, inscribed and dated Oct. 1989 on the verso, framed. SS 29.25 x 35.25 in.; DOA 34 x 40 in.

Lot: 235 - Elliott Daingerfield (NC, 1859-1932), Woman in

watercolor on paper, signed at lower left, matted and framed under glass. SS 9.5 x 11.75 in.; DOA 20.5 x 24 in. Inscribed on the original backing Painted by N. Y. Artist Elliott Daingerfield of Blowing Rock, NC under whom Aunt Beulah Stewart Moore

Lot: 236 - Nanette Mize Rogers (NC, 1945-2007), Untitled

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1967 at upper right, presented in a gilt floater frame. DOA 54 x 49.5 in.

Lot: 237 - Nanette Mize Rogers (NC, 1945-2007), Untitled -

oil on canvas, signed at center right, framed. DOA 46.25 x 46 in.

Lot: 238 - Raymond Chorneau (NC), Joad

acrylic on panel, signed on the verso and dated 1984. DOA 52 x 44 in. Born in Los Angeles, Raymound Chorneau is now a North Carolinian. He has taught at UNC-Charlotte and his work is housed at the Mint Museum and at Duke University, among others.

Lot: 239 - Raymond Chorneau (NC), Untitled

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, self-framed. 61.5 x 65.5 in. Somerhill Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC

Lot: 240 - Richard Kevorkian (VA, b. 1937), Untitled

mixed media on canvas on board, signed and dated 1967 at lower right and on the verso, framed. 49 x 67 in. Exhibited: The Gallery of Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC (Henry Geldzahler, juror), 1968

Lot: 241 - Kelly Fearing (AR/TX, 1918-2011), Little Owl

pastel on watercolor paper, a hand-written label affixed to the verso lists the title and indicates this is from the Santa Barbara Series - July 1964, framed under glass. SS 11 x 7 in.; DOA 19.5 x 15.5 in.

Lot: 242 - Jack Laycox (CA, 1921-1984), Dock Scene with

watercolor, signed lower left, matted and presented in wooden frame. SS 29 x 21 in.; DOA 37 3/4 x 29 3/4 in.

Lot: 243 - Sally Haley (OR/CT, 1908-2007), Hazelnuts in

tempera on Masonite, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original carved and gilt frame. SS 6.25 x 4.75 in.; DOA 13.5 x 12.5 in. The Fountain Gallery of Art, Portland, OR

Lot: 244 - Dong Kingman (CA/NY, 1911-2000), Tourists at the

watercolor on paper, signed at lower right, matted and framed under glass. SS 21 x 28.5 in.; DOA 31 x 39 in.

Lot: 245 - Edgar Doctor (Filipino, b. 1941), Nude

oil on canvas, signed and dated 67 at bottom, in wood frame. DOA 15 x 13 in.

Lot: 246 - Mars (Marciano) Galang (Filipino, b. 1945), Suite

mixed media on paper mounted in painted shadow box frames, each signed in pencil at lower left. DOA 21 x 18 1/8 in. (each)

Lot: 247 - 1971 Mercedes Benz 300 SEL 6.3 Sedan

VIN# 10901812005087 Mileage: 153,250 In the late 60's, this car was called, quite rightly, "The Executive Road Racer." Of only 6500 units produced between 1968 and 1971, this example is one of 670 produced in 1971. This is a rare crossbreed of a

Lot: 248 - 2014 Lexus GX460 Luxury SUV

VIN JTJJM7FXXE5082963 Mileage: 35,200 This 2014 Lexus GX460 is a very clean local one owner vehicle. Inside is a luxurious cabin, with three rows of seating for seven, with wood and leather and equipped with heated and ventilated seats,

Lot: 249 - 2003 Cadillac Deville DTS Sedan

VIN# 1G6KF57913U116378 Mileage: 62590 This 2003 Cadillac Deville DTS is a very clean three owner car. First owner was a lease, and second owner acquired it in 2005 with 29k miles on the odometer. Third owner purchased it 2010 and averaged 3000

Lot: 250 - Victorian Gold, Seed Pearl, and Enamel Slide

the mesh bracelet with an ornate clasp accented with black enamel and seed pearls with a tassel terminus to clasp and bracelet, unmarked and testing 14KT. Length is adjustable. Clasp 1 3/16 in.; Width .75 in. 36.3 dwt.

Lot: 251 - 18KT Gold Bracelet

the wide yellow gold bracelet interwoven of six segments in a braided design and completed with an integrated clasp and figure eight safety, signed T within a lozenge and stamped 18KT / 750. 1 x 7 in. 40.4 dwt.

Lot: 252 - Two Pairs of Vintage Gold and Coral Earrings

the first in pendant form and set to the top each with a carved red coral rose suspending an angel skin coral briolette, completed with Omega clip backs, stamped 750 (1.75 in.); the second of salmon coral carved in a floral motif prong set and with a

Lot: 253 - 18KT Red Coral Ring

circa 1960s, the oval red coral cabochon (15.94 x 11.40mm) bezel set and with a yellow gold rope twist surround, stamped 750. 22.12mm; Ring size 7.5 4.9 dwt.

Lot: 254 - 18KT Gold and Coral Ring, Italy

designed in textured yellow gold in a stylized serpent motif with a curved red coral accent, stamped Italy / 18KT. 1 1/16 in.; Ring size 6.5 8.0 dwt.

Lot: 255 - 14KT Gold Tassel Necklace

the double round links with an oval form slide and suspending two tassels, unmarked and testing 14KT. 15 in. 20.8 dwt.

Lot: 256 - Platinum and Diamond Ring

prong set to the center with one round brilliant cut diamond measuring 7.68 - 7.71 x 4.68mm weighing 1.67 carat (actual) (I color, SI1 clarity) and accented with a diamond collar to base with (20) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing

Lot: 257 - 18KT Two Color Gold and Diamond Bracelet

bracelet with (13) curved yellow gold links each link featuring ten invisibly set princess cut diamonds with vertical white gold bar spacers terminating in an integrated clasp with safety chain. Total diamond weight of approximately 6.40 carats (G-H

Lot: 258 - 18KT Gold and Lapis Cufflinks, Cartier

the fold over cufflinks in a snaffle bit design and accented with a bullet form cabochon lapis, signed Cartier London and numbered 3552, testing 18KT. 1 9/16 in. 7.8 dwt.

Lot: 259 - 18KT Gold and Diamond Buckle Ring

designed in yellow gold in a tapered buckle motif and accented with two round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .06 carat bezel set in white gold. 5.80mm at highest point; Ring size 6.5. 14.8 dwt.

Lot: 260 - Edwardian 14KT, Enamel, and Diamond Locket Pendant

the ground of light blue guilloche enamel centered with a gold rosette with a bezel set Old European cut diamond and outlined in white enamel accented with four bezel set Old European cut diamonds and further accented with floral and bow knot motifs

Lot: 261 - Three Vintage Gold and Turquoise Jewelry Items

the first a ring with bead set round turquoise beads and cultured pearls conforming to the hexagonal yellow gold mount, stamped 18KT (ring size 7); a hinged bangle bracelet set to the top in an X motif with turquoise bead and seed pearls and further

Lot: 262 - Mid Century Platinum and Diamond Ring

in a floral motif set to the center with one transitional cut diamond (4.05mm) and accented with ten transitional cut diamonds and one single cut diamond bead set in a platinum milgrain mount, with hallmark and stamped platinum. Total diamond weight

Lot: 263 - 18KT White Gold, Blue Tourmaline, and Diamond Ring

prong set to the front with one emerald step cut blue / green tourmaline (13.11 x 13.04 x 8.50mm) weighing approximately 11.12 carats and framed by two stepped rows of bead set round brilliant cut diamonds and further accented with bead set round

Lot: 264 - 18KT Tri Color Gold Bracelet, Italy

the wide gold bracelet accented to the top with diamond shaped panels outlined in white gold and rose gold set to the center, terminating in an integrated clasp with figure eight safety catches to each side, stamped 750 / Italy. 1 1/16 x 7 7/8 in.

Lot: 265 - 14KT Multi Strand Garnet Bead Necklace, Gump's

strung knotted and comprised of three strands of faceted garnet beads terminating in an oval satin finish yellow gold clasp marked 14KT and signed Gump's. 18.5 in. 33.4 dwt.

Lot: 266 - 18KT Gold Earrings

finely designed in a floral motif in high polish and textured yellow gold, completed with posts and Omega clip backs, stamped 18KT. 1 1/8 in. diameter 9.8 dwt.

Lot: 267 - 14KT Gold Earrings, Tiffany & Co.

designed in yellow gold in a tapered half-hoop form and completed with hinged clip backs, signed Tiffany & Co., stamped 14KT, and marked Pat. 2423905. 7/8 in. 9.2 dwt.

Lot: 268 - 14KT Gold, Sapphire, and Diamond Bracelet and

the flexible line bracelet with eight rectangular step cut blue sapphires with each accented to two sides with six bead set round brilliant cut diamonds alternating with X shaped links, terminating in an integrated box clasp stamped 14KT. Sapphires

Lot: 269 - 14KT Gold and Amethyst Ring

with one emerald cut amethyst (24.05 x 18.97 x 11.01mm) weighing approximately 33.40 carats prong set in yellow gold and with open split shank stamped 14KT, amethyst is medium to dark purple, transparent, very lightly included and with very good

Lot: 270 - 14KT Yellow and Rose Gold Necklace

in a rope twist design completed with a barrel clasp, marked 14KT. 5.50mm x 24 in. 24.4 dwt.

Lot: 271 - 18KT Sapphire, and Diamond Duke University Themed

custom made in white gold representing the Iron Duke logo of Duke University, each with eight round brilliant cut diamonds bead set and (29) bead set round brilliant cut blue sapphires, completed with posts, stamped 18KT. Total diamond weight

Lot: 272 - 14KT Old European Cut Diamond Dinner Ring

centered with one prong set Old European cut diamond weighing approximately .97 carat (K color, SI1 clarity) and with (26) prong set Old European cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.45 carats (J-K color, VS2 clarity) arranged in an asymmetrical

Lot: 273 - A Trio of 14KT Gold and Diamond Bracelets

of hinged bangle form with two designed in white gold and one in rose gold, each accented to top section with approximately (126) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .44 carat and terminating in an integrated clasp with a

Lot: 274 - 18KT White Gold and Diamond Earrings, Salavetti

in a quatrefoil form and each with (27) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined weight of approximately .95 carat and completed with posts and Omega clip findings, stamped 750 and signed Salavetti. 9/16 in. 11.0 dwt.

Lot: 275 - Antique 18KT Gold and Diamond Ring

the Old European cut diamond weighing approximately .58 carat (I color, SI1 clarity) prong set to the center and encircled by ten bead set Old European diamonds weighing approximately .56 total carat (H-I color, VS1-SI1 clarity) in a pierced and

Lot: 276 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Bracelet

the flexible bracelet centered with a line of (48) round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.43 carats (I-J color, SI2-I2) each collet set with a yellow gold fox tail border to the two sides, completed with an integrated box clasp and

Lot: 277 - Gold Coin Jewelry Suite

the 14KT yellow gold rope twist necklace suspending a bezel set U. S. $5 Tenth-Ounce gold bullion coin within a wide ribbed bezel, pendant marked 14KT and signed CIG; earrings en suite and each set with one five dollar tenth ounce coin completed with

Lot: 278 - Art Deco Style 18KT Diamond and Sapphire Bracelet

bracelet comprised of yellow gold filigree and bead work links with a diamond accented center station featuring a bezel set round faceted blue sapphire weighing approximately 1.33 carats and bracelet links with ten bezel set round faceted blue

Lot: 279 - Antique 14KT Pink Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet

designed in hinged bangle form and centered with one pear cut pink sapphire framed by prong set rose cut diamond accents and further accented in a scrolled and bead set diamond surmount. 6.25 in. inner diameter 5.0 dwt.

Lot: 280 - Victorian Gold Filled Bohemian Garnet Collection

to include a suite featuring a necklace set with cabochon almandite garnets in a floral motif and suspending five graduated drops set with pear form cabochon almandite garnets, terminating in a box clasp (17 in,; drop 1.5 in.) and earrings en suite

Lot: 281 - Platinum Topped Gold, Sapphire, and Diamond Ring

centered with one rectangular cushion cut blue sapphire weighing .73 carat and the floral motif mount with bead and bezel set old mine cut diamonds weighing approximately .83 total carat (H-J color, SI1-I2 clarity), unmarked and testing platinum and

Lot: 282 - Antique Platinum and Diamond Ring

the transitional cut diamond weighing approximately .68 carat (J color, SI2 clarity) set in a platinum mount with floral engraved motif. Ring size 7 2.2 dwt.

Lot: 283 - Platinum, 18KT Gold, Emerald and Diamond Ring

centering on one emerald cut emerald prong set in yellow gold and accented to each side with one prong set pear shape diamond, the platinum shank stamped 18KT and marked platinum, signed SB and engraved 5271. Emerald weighs approximately .89 carat

Lot: 284 - Vintage 14KT Gold and Diamond Brooch

designed in textured yellow gold in asymmetrical form and with one prong set round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately .86 carat (I color, SI1 clarity) and completed with single pin stem and locking C clasp. 2 3/16 in. 7.4 dwt. Professional

Lot: 285 - Vintage Platinum and Diamond Wedding Set

ring centered with one round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately .95 carat (K color, VVS2 clarity) and accented to each side with one bead set transitional cut diamond with a combined weight of .28 carat (H-I color, SI1 and I1 - one diamond

Lot: 286 - Double Strand Pearl Necklace, Mikimoto

the double strand necklace comprised of (184) graduated round cultured pearls measuring 3.20mm - 7.20mm and terminating in a sterling filigree clasp with M for Mikimoto and S for sterling. Pearls cream body color, rose overtones and with orient, good

Lot: 287 - Vintage 14KT Double Strand Akoya Pearl Convertible

the two strands comprised of (111) graduated white round to near round Akoya pearls measuring 5.50mm - 8.75mm and each completed with a 14KT white gold clasp which can be connected to wear necklace as a double strand. Pearls with good luster, lightly

Lot: 288 - Two Vintage Pearl Necklaces, Mikimoto

the first comprised of (54) round to near round white cultured pearls (6.00mm - 6.60mm) terminating in a sterling silver filigree and pearl clasp signed M for Mikimoto and S for silver (14.5 in.); the second comprised of (58) round to near round

Lot: 289 - Pearl Necklace with Silver Topped Gold and Diamond

strung knotted with (50) near round cultured freshwater white pearls (8.80mm-9.25mm) and completed with a silver topped gold and diamond accented clasp. Pearls with very good luster and very slightly blemished. 18.5 in. 32 dwt.

Lot: 290 - 18KT Pearl and Diamond Ring

centered with one cultured saltwater white pearl measuring 8.00mm and accented with four prong set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .20 total carat (H-I color, SI1 clarity) in an open tapered yellow gold rope twist mount in a leaf

Lot: 291 - 14KT Gold, Diamond, and Pearl Necklace

the yellow gold Omega necklace with diamond accented collars completed with lobster clasp suspending a pendant set with one off round South Sea cultured pearl (10.50mm) with diamond accented hinged bail. Pearl with golden color, good luster, and

Lot: 292 - 18KT Tahitian Pearl and Diamond Earrings, Doris

the yellow gold triangular form surmount accented with six bead set diamonds within a fluted surround suspending one Tahitian pearl (10.25mm) with a diamond accented cap, completed with push back findings, stamped 18KT and DP for Doris Panos. Total

Lot: 293 - 14KT Tahitian Pearl Necklace

strung knotted, the single strand necklace comprised of (37) graduated slightly off round Tahitian pearls measuring 10.0mm-13.0mm and terminating in a white gold ribbon motif clasp marked 14KT. Pearls dark gray in color with Peacock overtone and

Lot: 294 - Vintage Double Strand Akoya Pearl Necklace with

strung knotted, the necklace comprised of (92) Akoya pearls measuring 7.50mm - 8.00mm and completed with an Art Deco round domed platinum clasp in a scrolled design with six prong set jadeite cabochons weighing approximately 3.31 total carats

Lot: 295 - Art Deco Platinum and Diamond Circle Brooch, J.E.

the filigree and milgrain circle and bow brooch with (41) bead set round brilliant and Old European cut diamonds set throughout and weighing approximately 1.20 total carats (G-H color, VS1-SI1 clarity), completed with single pin stem and locking C

Lot: 296 - Art Deco Platinum, Diamond, and Obsidian Bracelet,

the flexible link bracelet with (21) bead set transitional cut diamonds alternating with (20) bezel set French cut obsidian rectangles each set in a scrolled engraved and bead edge link terminating in an integrated clasp with fold over safety and

Lot: 297 - Antique Platinum, Diamond, and Sapphire Wedding

to include two platinum bands each set to the front with five bead set Old European cut diamonds with a combined weight of approximately 2.16 total carats (G-I color, VS2-SI1 clarity) framing a platinum band with five channel set French cut blue

Lot: 298 - Vintage 14KT White Gold, Emerald, and Diamond Ring

centering on one bezel set emerald step cut natural emerald weighing approximately .91 carat and with (20) bead set single cut diamonds weighing approximately .30 total carat (G-I color, SI1-I3 clarity) arranged symmetrically to the emerald; the

Lot: 299 - Vintage Platinum, White Gold, Aquamarine, and

circa 1950, prong set to the center with one emerald step cut aquamarine (14.75 x 11.14 x 9.72mm) weighing approximately 11.72 carats and accented to each side with three round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .46 total carat (H-I color,

Lot: 300 - Art Deco Platinum, Ceylon Purple Star Sapphire,

centering on one prong set cabochon purple star sapphire (11.11 x 9.43 x 6.67mm) weighing approximately 7.55 carats and accented to each side with one bezel set triangular cut diamond with a combined weight of approximately .12 total carat (M color,

Lot: 301 - A Pair of Platinum and Diamond Brooch Clips

circa 1930s, the shield form clips each set to the top center with one prong set transitional cut diamond, one weighing approximately 2.41 carat (K color, SI1 clarity) and one weighing approximately 2.36 carat (K color, VS2 clarity) and with bead set

Lot: 302 - Retro 18KT Gold and Aquamarine Necklace

the gold necklace comprised of fancy V shaped gold links and centered with a bow ribbon motif featuring one prong set square emerald step cut aquamarine (17.00 x 16.00 x 10.31mm) weighing approximately 19.09 carats, the aquamarine has eye clean

Lot: 303 - 18KT Gold and Gem Set Pendant Earrings,

the yellow gold surmount with one bezel set pink tourmaline framed to the top center with ten bead set round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined weight of the pair of approximately .20 carat (G color, VS clarity) and accented with a bezel set

Lot: 304 - 14KT Tourmaline and Diamond Pendant / Enhancer

the pendulum form pendant centered with one fine green-blue tourmaline oval cabochon of Paraiba color and weighing approximately 2.92 carats bezel set to base and accented with (24) round brilliant cut diamonds to surmount and sides weighing

Lot: 305 - Platinum, 22KT Gold, Alexandrite, and Diamond Ring

centering on an oval brilliant cut natural alexandrite weighing 1.14 carats prong set in 22KT yellow gold and accented to each side with one round brilliant cut diamond with a combined weight of approximately .37 total carat (G color, VS clarity) in

Lot: 306 - 18KT, Platinum, Ceylon Sapphire, and Diamond Ring,

centering on one platinum prong set natural blue oval faceted Ceylon sapphire weighing approximately 2.05 carats and framed by eight platinum prong set oval cut diamonds with a combined weight of approximately .80 total carat (G color, VS1 clarity)

Lot: 307 - 18KT Gold, Ruby, and Diamond Earrings

the 18KT yellow gold earrings in a sea urchin design and each with two prong set oval brilliant cut rubies with a combined weight of the pair of approximately 2.80 total carats and each with six prong set round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined

Lot: 308 - Gold Basket Motif Jewelry

to include a bracelet with eleven basket form links completed with a lobster clasp and stamped 14KT (7.25 in.); flower filled basket with swing handle form pendant signed Chin M. and stamped 18KT suspended from a yellow gold round snake chain marked

Lot: 309 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Bracelet

the hinged bangle bracelet in a bypass design set to the top center with five bezel set round transitional cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.16 total carats (HIJ color, I2-I3 clarity) and completed with integrated clasp and figure eight safety,

Lot: 310 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Bracelet

of hinged and tapered bangle form with (17) diamond stations each set with four round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined weight of the (68) diamonds of approximately 2.47 carats (J-K color, I1-I3 clarity) and completed with an integrated clasp

Lot: 311 - 18KT Gold and Morganite Pendant and Coil Necklace,

pendant set with with one round faceted cut Morganite weighing approximately 32.89 carats in a bowl shaped bezel with a tubular bail, signed and stamped 750, suspended from an 18KT yellow gold coil necklace by the German design house of Niessing,

Lot: 312 - 18KT Gold, Emerald, Diamond, and Sapphire Pendant

the vertical form slide pendant with one bezel set cut-cornered triangular step cut fine Brazilian emerald weighing approximately 2.05 carats surmounted by eight channel set straight and tapered baguette diamonds weighing approximately .90 carat (F-G

Lot: 313 - 18KT Coin and Gem Set Necklace

necklace centered with a copy of a 4th century BC Macedonian gold coin bezel set with a diamond accented surround featuring (14) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds and anchored to each side by a lion's head having ruby set eyes and a diamond

Lot: 314 - 14KT Diamond and Sapphire Omega Necklace

the yellow gold Omega necklace with gem set center station presenting five bezel set round brilliant cut diamonds alternating with four bezel set round brilliant cut natural sapphires, stamped 14KT and with maker's mark MNC. Total diamond weight of

Lot: 315 - Two Pairs of 14KT Gold Earrings

the first designed in high polish yellow gold in a "door knocker" motif and completed with posts and Omega clip backs, stamped 14KT (1.5 in.); the second pair in high polish yellow gold with gold rope twist accents in a knot motif and completed with

Lot: 316 - 18KT Citrine Ring

with one prong set square faceted cut citrine weighing approximately 14.0 carats and with an open carved under mounting and fluted corners to shoulders, signed appearing to read "WILD." Citrine with medium to intense color and medium tone. Ring size

Lot: 317 - 18KT Onyx and Diamond Ring

(44) round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .65 carat bead set in white gold framing an oval onyx plaque (26.70 x 14.00mm) with a yellow gold pierced and scrolled mount, stamped 18KT. 1 5/16 in.; Ring size 5.75 10.7 dwt.

Lot: 318 - 14KT Gold Necklace, Unoaerre

in a flat Byzantine design and completed with an integrated clasp, stamped 14KT, signed Unoaerre / Italy and with hallmark 1 AR for maker. 3/8 x 17 in. 19.5 dwt.

Lot: 319 - 18KT Gold, Lava Stone, and Diamond Ring, Lotus

the bold ring set to the top on the flat textured mount with one unpolished lava stone (25.03 x 37.40mm) accented with six faceted cut diamonds bezel set in inset yellow gold bezels arranged in an asymmetrical design, signed by maker and stamped

Lot: 320 - 18KT Bracelet with Egyptian Theme

the tapered gold bracelet in hinged and bangle form with open carved work to top depicting scenes of ancient Egyptian life, marked 18KT in Arabic and with Egyptian hallmark. 7/8 x 7 in. (interior dimension) 21.2 dwt.

Lot: 321 - Platinum, Pink Sapphire, and Diamond Ring

centered with one prong set rectangular cushion brilliant cut pink sapphire weighing approximately 2.43 carats and accented to sides with (14) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .36 total carats (G-H color, SI2-I1 clarity)

Lot: 322 - 14KT White Gold and Diamond Pendant

pendant in a stepped, double square angular motif with inner square having nine princess cut diamonds invisibly set and weighing 1.20 total carats (G-H color, VS2 clarity) and outer square and bail with (27) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds

Lot: 323 - 14KT Two Color Gold Suite

the necklace and bracelet comprised of white gold tubular links with gold cap accents and with yellow gold connecting round links and completed with a lobster clasp, marked 14KT. Necklace 18 in.; Bracelet 7.5 in. 34.9 dwt.

Lot: 324 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Necklace and an 18KT Gold

the first of yellow gold oval links terminating in a white gold lobster clasp and link accented with (84) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .40 total carat, stamped 14KT (22.5 in.); the second designed in yellow gold of

Lot: 325 - 18KT, Platinum, and Diamond Ring

the oval cut diamond weighing approximately .84 carat with G color, VVS2 clarity prong set in platinum and with a yellow gold shank stamped 18KT / Plat. and signed Jabel. Ring size 5.75 2.3 dwt.

Lot: 326 - Three Pairs of Gold Earrings

the first in button form with a relief scrolled motif and completed with posts and Omega clip backs, marked 14KT Italy and signed CIT (7/8 in. diameter); the second in oval form in high polish and satin finish yellow gold with raised accent and

Lot: 327 - 14KT White Gold, Tanzanite, and Diamond Ring

centering on one prong set oval brilliant cut tanzanite weighing approximately 4.76 carats with bluish violet color, dark tone, and strong saturation and accented to each side with one prong set round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately .46

Lot: 328 - 18KT Andalusite and Diamond Ring

bezel set to the center with one oval faceted andalusite weighing approximately 3.53 carats and framed by twelve bezel set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .38 total carat (GHI color, SI1-I1 clarity) in a wide gold surround and

Lot: 329 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Earrings

each set to the top with one prong set diamond with a total weight of the pair of approximately .99 carat (M color, VS1 clarity) with a yellow gold curved bar drop, completed with Omega clip backs. 5/8 in. 2.6 dwt.

Lot: 330 - 14KT Gold, Platinum, and Three Stone Diamond Ring

prong set in platinum to the center one Old European cut diamond weighing approximately .52 carat (J color, SI2 clarity) and set to each side with one transitional cut diamond with a total combined weight of approximately .89 carat (J color, SI1

Lot: 331 - Platinum Diamond Ring

centering one prong set transitional cut diamond weighing approximately .64 carat (G color, VS2 clarity) and accented to each side with three single cut diamonds weighing approximately .05 total carat (G-H color, SI1-I3 clarity). Ring size 7.75 1.6

Lot: 332 - Gent's 14KT Gold and Diamond Ring

the yellow gold tapered band centered with one round brilliant cut diamond bead set and weighing approximately .59 carat (G color, I1 clarity) and flanked on each side with two bead set round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined weight of

Lot: 333 - Vintage 18KT Two Tone Gold Necklace, Italian

in a graduated twist design with ribbed gold links interwoven with a narrow white gold accent, marked 750 and with Italian hallmark. 10.50mm at widest point; 17.25 in. 37.7 dwt.

Lot: 334 - 18KT White Gold and Diamond Neckace

necklace set to the front with a diamond station featuring (43) prong set round brilliant cut diamonds and with bar links to each side of the station with nine round brilliant cut diamonds completed with white gold spherical beads and an integrated

Lot: 335 - 14KT Gold Coin Bracelet

the oval link bracelet stamped 14KT and suspending a $20 Coronet Head Double Eagle gold coin dated 1876. 7.5 in. 41.5 dwt.

Lot: 336 - 14KT Gold, Tanzanite, and Diamond Ring

set to the center with one rectangular cushion brilliant cut natural bluish violet tanzanite weighing approximately 12.81 carats and accented to top and bottom and shoulders with (26) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately .60

Lot: 337 - 14KT Gold and Diamond Slide Pendant

the open form yellow gold slide centered with one prong set round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 1.12 carat (L color, SI1 clarity) and accented with twelve channel set round brilliant cut diamonds with a combined weight of approximately

Lot: 338 - 18KT Gold and Diamond Necklace

the yellow gold curb necklace centered with a diamond station with prong set round brilliant cut diamonds accented to each side with channel set tapered baguette diamonds suspended from two rows of a diamond accented chain with prong set round

Lot: 339 - 14KT Gold and Multi Diamond Wide Band

the wide yellow gold band in a checkerboard design having four rows each with five bead set round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of the (20) diamonds approximately 4.68 carats (K-L color, SI1 - SI2 clarity). 13/16 in.; Ring size 7.25.

Lot: 340 - Platinum and Diamond Ring

ring diagonally set to the front and centered with one bead set diamond weighing approximately 1.13 carat (L color, SI1 clarity) and with two bead set round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.25 total carats (K color, I1-I2 clarity) and

Lot: 341 - Vintage Platinum and Diamond Ring with Band

centering on one emerald cut diamond weighing approximately 1.38 carat (H color, VS1 clarity) and accented to each side with one shield cut diamond with a combined weight of .32 total carat (G-H color, VS1-VS2 clarity), marked platinum; accompanied

Lot: 342 - 14KT White Gold, Diamond, and Synthetic Sapphire

in a halo design, the prong set oval brilliant cut synthetic blue sapphire weighing approximately 16.83 carats encircled by (18) prong set marquise cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.71 total carats (G color, VS2-SI2 clarity) completed by a hinged

Lot: 343 - A Suite of Sterling Jewelry, Georg Jensen

post 1945, suite in the "dove in a wreath" motif, originally designed by Kristian Mohl-Hansen, with bezel set synthetic blue sapphires and to include the bracelet comprised of six links alternating with bird and gem set links completed with

Lot: 344 - Art Deco Platinum and Diamond Watch, J.E. Caldwell

manual wind, the shaped diamond accented case with (24) bead set round brilliant cut diamonds, with ivory dial signed J.E. Caldewll & Co. and with black enamel Arabic numerals hour markers, lugs set each with one trapezoid cut diamond and one

Lot: 345 - Vintage 14KT Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and Pearl

circa 1950s, manual wind, the round white dial signed and with black enamel Arabic numeral hour indicators and blue steeled hands with diamond accented bezel with a hinged and tapered textured yellow gold bangle bracelet further accented with four

Lot: 346 - Gent's 14KT and Diamond Seamaster DeVille Watch,

automatic, the signed champagne dial with round brilliant cut diamond hour markers and date aperture at the 3:00 hour, completed with gold bracelet band with fold over clasp marked 14KT and signed Z & F. Case 34mm diameter; 6.25 in. 40.9 dwt.

Lot: 347 - Gent's Vintage 18KT Gold Watch, Cartier / Movado

circa 1950s, manual wind, the yellow gold square case with white dial and Roman numeral hour markers, completed with a De Beer Paris brown lizard strap band and gold filled buckle, works signed Movado Factories / Swiss / 17 jewels / unadjusted and

Lot: 348 - Gent's 18KT Tank Louis Watch, Cartier

quartz movement, the yellow gold rectangular case with signed white dial, Roman numeral hour markers and blue steeled hands, with cabochon sapphire crown, stainless steel case reverse signed Cartier, Water Resistant / Swiss Made / Acier / Or 750 /

Lot: 349 - Gent's 18KT Gold Classic Wave Watch, Ebel

quartz movement, the signed ivory dial with applied gold Roman numeral hour markers and completed with a "Wave" gold bracelet band with deployment clasp, case hallmarked, stamped 19 2 / 881905 / 18K / Swiss / 881903, bracelet band stamped 750 and

Lot: 350 - Andrew Wyeth (PA, 1917-2009), Deep Woods

watercolor on paper, signed at lower right, executed in 1973, matted and framed under glass. SS 21 x 19 in.; DOA 34 x 42 in. Wyeth painted this intimate view on the edge of River Cove, an isolated narrow cove on the St. George River accessed only by

Lot: 351 - Milton Avery (NY/CT, 1885-1965), Mother & Child

graphite on paper with Ceylon Bond watermark, signed at lower right, inscribed on the verso Mother & Child #5 and further marked and dated '84, matted and framed under glass. SS 10 7/8 x 8.25 in.; DOA 22 x 19.25 in. A letter from The Milton and Sally

Lot: 352 - Walter Inglis Anderson (MI/LA, 1903-1965), Red

watercolor on paper, unsigned, circa 1960, matted and framed under glass. SS 8 3/8 x 11 in.; DOA 19 x 15.75 in.

Lot: 353 - Walter Inglis Anderson (MI/LA, 1903-1965),

watercolor on paper, with estate stamp at lower right, circa 1955-1965, matted and framed under glass. Sheet 8.5 x 11 in.; DOA 17.5 x 19.25 in.

Lot: 354 - Walter Inglis Anderson (MI/LA, 1903-1965), Wild

watercolor on paper, unsigned, circa 1955, matted and framed under glass. Sheet 10.75 x 8.5 in.; DOA 19.25 x 15.75 in.

Lot: 355 - Walter Inglis Anderson (MI/LA, 1903-1965), Horn

watercolor on paper, unsigned, circa 1955-1965, matted and framed under glass. SS 7.25 x 9.5 in.; DOA 16.75 x 17.75 in.

Lot: 356 - Walter Inglis Anderson (MI/LA, 1903-1965),

watercolor on paper with notes in pencil regarding coloring, unsigned, circa 1955-1965, matted and framed under glass. Sheet 8.5 x 11 in.; DOA 17 x 18 7/8 in.

Lot: 357 - Ray Ellis (SC, 1921-2013), Ships in Fog

oil on canvas, signed lower left, presented in gilt frame. DOA 11 x 13 in; SS 8 x 10 in.

Lot: 358 - Stephen Holland (b. 1941), Horse and Rider

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1995 at upper right, framed. DOA 40 x 52.5 in.

Lot: 359 - Walter Gay (MA, 1856-1937), Petition to

oil on canvas (lined), signed and dated 1887 at lower right, presented in a later hand-carved gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. SS 34 x 45 in.; DOA 42.5 x 53.5 in. Exhibited: Paris, Salon, 1887 Illustrated: Phillips, Claude. "The

Lot: 360 - Reginald Marsh (NY/VT, 1898-1954), A Seated Woman

oil on Masonite, monogrammed at lower left, presented in a period appropriate complementary frame. SS 4 x 2 7/8 in.; DOA 8.25 x 7.25 in. Private Collection, Manhattan, NY Wolfs Art Dealers & Appraisers, Cleveland, OH

Lot: 361 - Edward Lamson Henry (NY/SC, 1841-1919), The

oil on tin pie plate, signed at lower left "E. L. Henry," presented in a period gilt composition frame. Image 6.75 in. diameter; DOA 16.75 x 16.75 in. From the estate of Louis and Luenna von Eltz, Cragsmoor, NY And by descent to their grandson,

Lot: 362 - American Folk Art Painting of a Regatta

oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in a later gilt frame. DOA 33 x 43.75 in. A charming scene featuring figures and three sailboats, two of the boats flying pennants reading FAVORITTA and CHESTERA ARTHUR.

Lot: 363 - Charles Warren Eaton (NY/NJ, 1857-1937),

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, presented in a later gilt frame. SS 15.5 x 17 3/8 in.; DOA 19.5 x 21.25 in.

Lot: 364 - 19th Century Hudson River School Painting

circa 1840s, oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in a period gilt composition frame. SS 14.25 x 22 in.; DOA 20.5 x 28 in.

Lot: 365 - Important Charleston South Carolina Double Chest

circa 1760 -1770s, mahogany veneers with solid mahogany below the drawer fronts, bald cypress secondary wood, two part form with a desk drawer. The dovetailed upper case has a stepped cove-molded cornice above an applied Doric dentil molding (loss of

Lot: 366 - American Late Federal Tiger Maple Tall Post Bed

1830s, probably Pennsylvania, composed of curly and tiger maple, yellow pine secondary, having a shaped headboard with a rolled crest terminating in carved acorns, four tall turned bed posts, tester or post finials are not present. With slats. Foot

Lot: 367 - Southern Federal Inlaid Secretary Desk

early 19th century, attributed to the South Carolina back country, mixed woods to include: walnut to case, figured mahogany veneer to drawers, yellow pine secondary, two part form, the (16) light bookcase features a frieze inlaid with vine and leaf

Lot: 368 - North Carolina Chippendale Slant Front Desk

circa 1840s, Western NC region, walnut dove-tailed case, yellow pine secondary, hinged lipped lid with breadboard ends, divided interior with single drawer, four long drawers, applied bracket foot base. 41.25 x 38.5 x 19 in.

Lot: 369 - Southern Late Federal Chest of Drawers

circa 1830, Maryland or Northern Virginia, walnut and walnut veneer, poplar and white pine secondary, top with applied edge with rear chair rail, two over three graduated drawers, all with cock-beading, applied reeded stiles, paneled sides, base rail

Lot: 370 - Southern Cherry Sugar Chest

circa 1820-1850, Tennessee or Kentucky, hinged lid with breadboard ends, open interior, rectangular case with turned tapered feet. 26 x 29.5 x 17.5 in.

Lot: 371 - Eastern North Carolina Chippendale Corner Cupboard

circa 1790-1800, Perquimans County provenance, yellow pine, one piece form, having a stepped cove molded cornice above applied dentil molding, over two flush hinged doors, each with eight lights which enclose an interior featuring butterfly shelves

Lot: 372 - Tennessee Cherry Lift-Top Sugar Press

circa 1820-50, att. Sumner County, with poplar secondary, one piece form with upper dovetailed case, hinged lid with applied molding, divided interior, base with single long drawer above two paneled and hinged doors, paneled sides, the whole raised

Lot: 373 - North Carolina Moravian Corner Cupboard

circa 1800, walnut, poplar secondary, one piece form, the dovetailed case having a slightly projecting molded cornice over a singe inset paneled and lipped door enclosing a shelved interior, above a slightly projecting waist with a molded edge, the

Lot: 374 - North Carolina Paint Decorated Tall Case Clock

mid-19th century, Piedmont region, featuring a hood with a stylized swan's pediment above a painted metal face with a date dial, faux mahogany paint decoration over poplar, tombstone waist door, case at waist has chamfered corners with lamb's tongue,

Lot: 375 - Southern Chippendale Folky Corner Cupboard

late 18th century, North Carolina or South Carolina, one part form, walnut, yellow pine secondary, applied stepped cove molded and chip carved cornice, six light door over two blind panels (dirty dish), flanked by fluted stiles, each with light wood

Lot: 376 - Virginia Sheraton Diminutive Server

early 19th century, attributed to Mecklenburg County, cherry, white pine secondary, having two upper side by side short drawers over two cabinet drawers flanked on each side by bottle drawers over two long drawers, raised on ring turned beehive front

Lot: 377 - Southern Federal Inlaid Tall Case Clock

probably Virginia or Maryland, circa 1790, mahogany, mahogany veneer, yellow pine secondary, three part form, hood features a swan neck pediment, the frieze bears a three part bookend inlay above two inlaid compass stars, the painted metal face with

Lot: 378 - W. H. C. Riggs Philadelphia Banjo Clock

19th century, tin dial with painted Roman numerals, mahogany case with reverse gilt painted glass waist and lower tablet. 37.75 in.

Lot: 379 - Pennsylvania Paint-Decorated Folk Art Miniature

19th century, pine construction with allover black, red, yellow and green paints; the exterior depicting a Federal home on the back board, the left side showing a woman in a farmyard knocking the hat off a man's head with a broom; the right side

Lot: 380 - Published Doll House Trunk Attributed to Martha

18th century, pine construction with allover light and dark wood veneers arranged in geometric patterns; iron wire hinges and a thin sheet iron latch to the front; the lid's underside has a faint mid-19th century incision reading "Sarah C Norflet /

Lot: 381 - Rare South Carolina Fraktur

watercolor and ink on paper, the birth and baptismal record of Daniell Lohman, born in Lexington County, South Carolina on November 16, 1801, to George Lohrman and his wife Anna Catharina, painted with crown and flowers and with German text. The

Lot: 382 - NC Pottery, A Rare Decorated Log Cabin Vase

Guilford County, 1927-1932, Jonie Owen and Cecil Auman, salt glazed stoneware vase of a tapered cylindrical form with no lip, brush decorated in cobalt with stylized flower heads, bottom with drawing of a log cabin. 9 in.

Lot: 383 - Art Nouveau Stained Glass Window

circa 1900 or earlier, central floral spray with cobalt frame with faux marbleized lattice work surround, cut and mirrored panel, set in later gilt frame. 16.5 x 43 in.

Lot: 384 - Atlanta Stove Works Four Piece Garden Set

early 20th century; cast iron with white paint; the set including a settee, side table and two chairs; grape and leaf motif; marked on the underside. Settee 28 x 57 x 22 in.; A nice stamped suite of antique garden furniture from one of the most

Lot: 385 - New England Gilt Running Horse Weathervane

19th century, hollow bodied copper form, together with directionals and later custom stand. Horse 16 x 31 in.; HOA 82 in.

Lot: 386 - Victorian Cast Iron Settee and Chair

19th century, the settee in a twig and leaf motif (31 x 47 x 20 in.), and a chair in a fern motif with a reticulated seat (27 x 23 x 25 in.), appear unmarked.

Lot: 387 - Pair of Arts & Crafts Stained Glass Bronze Sconces

circa 1900, bronze double light form, with applied stained glass panel shades, with floral motif, 13 x 15 x 8 in. Attractive patina throughout.

Lot: 388 - Reverse Painted Table Lamp

early 20th century, bronze tone metal, chipped ice glass panels with painted landscape, shade and base with lights, unmarked. 24 x 20 in. diameter.

Lot: 389 - Pair of Arts and Crafts Fireplace Large Andirons

early 20th century, brass and iron, hammered finish, with scroll work and applied bosses, with inset center bar with bail handle. 24 x 44 x 26 in.

Lot: 390 - Arts and Crafts Chandelier

early 20th century, painted metal, four lights with slag glass shades, ceiling cap. 24 x 22 in. diameter.

Lot: 391 - Mid-Atlantic Late Federal Breakfront

circa 1820-30, attributed to Maryland or Virginia, three part form, mahogany, mahogany veneers, white pine and poplar secondary, the stepped molded cornice is decorated with applied gothic arches above four hinged glass doors with molded mullions,

Lot: 392 - Federal Dropleaf Breakfast Table

early 19th century, attributed to Philadelphia or New York, mahogany, mahogany veneer, poplar and white pine secondary, rectangular top, with shaped drop leaves, double butterfly support, single drawer with line inlays and drop ball finials, on

Lot: 393 - Seven Furniture Titles From the Personal Library

to include: Valentine, W. R. Catalogue of a Collection of Paintings by Dutch Masters of the Seventeenth Century (New York: The Metropolitan Museum, 1909), Vol. I (of two), quarto, blue boards (soiling, damp stains and wear, fair); Nutting, Wallace.

Lot: 394 - Bust of Abraham Lincoln, Possibly by Jo Davidson

mid-20th century or earlier, terracotta with a faux bronze finish, presented on a black wooden plinth having a museum accession number on the back, unsigned. HOA 14.75 in. From the personal collection of the late Albert Sack, New York City

Lot: 395 - American Classical Secretary Bookcase

circa 1840, attributed to Philadelphia, mahogany, mahogany veneer, white pine secondary, two part form, applied cove molded cornice, gothic arch paneled doors, figured maple interior with pigeon holes and drawers, slant front writing surface with

Lot: 396 - American Classical Carved Sofa

circa 1820's, attributed to Philadelphia, mahogany and mahogany veneer, having a rolled crest rail terminating in carved acanthus above a large rosette, scrolled arms above a carved skirt, the hairy paw feet repeat the carved elements of the frame,

Lot: 397 - Late Classical American Secretary Bookcase

circa 1840, probably Philadelphia, three part form, mahogany and flame mahogany veneers, poplar and white pine secondary, removable boldly flared ogee shaped cornice, bookcase section features glazed doors with Gothic mullions above two side by side

Lot: 398 - New England Chippendale Fan Carved Slant Front

late 18th century, cherry, white pine secondary, dovetailed case, the relief carved lipped lid with bread board ends encloses a divided interior with seven drawers, base with four graduated long drawers with scratch bead, shaped original bracket foot

Lot: 399 - Pennsylvania Federal Tall Chest of Drawers

early 19th century, cherry, white pine secondary, cove-molded applied cornice with reeded edge, three upper side by side short drawers, the center one with a burled cherry front board above five graduated drawers all with cock-beading, flanked by

Lot: 400 - New England Federal Tiger Maple Candlestand

early 19th century, square top, baluster and ring turned standard, arched legs with spur. 26.5 x 17.5 x 17 in.

Lot: 401 - Federal Inlaid Butler's Secretary Bookcase

early 19th century, attributed to eastern Pennsylvania, mahogany, mahogany veneer, poplar and white pine secondary, light and dark wood inlays, two part form, the upper case with applied cove molded cornice, astragal mullioned doors with louvered

Lot: 402 - Philadelphia Chippendale Bachelors Chest of

late 18th century, mahogany and mahogany veneer, white pine and poplar secondary, the top with a chair rail and an applied molded edge above four graduated cock beaded drawers with veneer facing, flanked by fluted quarter columns, raised on ogee

Lot: 403 - Gregory & Co., Set of Eight Chippendale Style

early 20th century, mahogany, carved crest rail with pierced carved backsplat, slip seat with silk brocade upholstery, with molded rail, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. 37 x 21 x 19.5 in.

Lot: 404 - Mid-Atlantic Sheraton Secretary Desk

early 19th century, attributed to Baltimore, Maryland, mahogany, mahogany veneer, poplar and white pine secondary, three part form, applied cove molded cornice above mirrored doors which open to reveal an interior with pigeon holes and drawers, over

Lot: 405 - Emile Gruppe (MA, 1896-1978), Garden Wall

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, titled and signed by the artist on the top stretcher, presented in the likely original carved wood frame with linen liner. SS 24.5 x 29.5 in.; DOA 33.5 x 38.25 in.

Lot: 406 - Robert Gruppe (MA, b. 1944), Caribbean

oil on canvasboard, signed at lower right, inscribed on the verso, presented in the likely original gilt composition frame with linen liner. SS 15.5 x 19.5 in.; DOA 24.75 x 28.75 in.

Lot: 407 - John Reinhard (CA/NJ, 1893-1959),

oil on canvas panel, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original frame. SS 9.5 x 13.5 in.; DOA 14.5 x 18.75 in.

Lot: 408 - Manchus Loomis (IL/CA, 1861-1938), Spring

oil on board, signed and dated 1892 at lower right, presented in a later frame. DOA 12.75 x 24.5 in.

Lot: 409 - Dorothy Emmons (1891-1960), Mountain Lake

oil on canvas board, unsigned, inscribed on the verso D. S. Emmons 1916, presented in a later gold tone frame. SS 8.75 x 10.75 in.; DOA 15.5 x 17.75 in. Born in Massachusetts, Emmons studied art at Wellesley College and with Charles Woodbury in

Lot: 410 - David Leffel (NY/NM, b. 1931), Still Life

oil on canvas, monogrammed at lower left, presented in an antique hand-carved and gilded frame. SS 19.5 x 15.5 in.; DOA 26.75 x 22.5 in. Private Collection, SC

Lot: 411 - Carl Wuermer (NY/CA, 1900-1981), Autumn

oil on linen, signed at lower left, presented in the likely original frame with linen liner, the frame inscribed Property of Carl Wuermer. SS 19.5 x 23.5 in.; DOA 27 x 31 in. Awarded the J. Francis Murphy Memorial Prize from the National Academy of

Lot: 412 - William Morton Jackson Rice (NY, 1854-1922),

oil on canvas, inscribed on the verso Copy made by Wm. M. J. Rice (illegible) 1905. / from the original Copley, presented in a handsome later gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. SS 46 x 36 in.; DOA 54.75 x 44.75 in. This is a copy by Rice

Lot: 413 - William O. Geller (Br., 1804-1881) after Baron

engraving on chine-colle, 1853, signed "W. O. Geller" in pencil lower right, copyright by William Jay, Charles Hardenberg, and William H. Emerson, Philadelphia. This is one of only two known rare artist's proofs of this popular engraving.

Lot: 414 - Joseph Henry Gest (OH, 1859-1935), Three

each a pastel on paper, the largest work is signed at lower left, the other two are unsigned, all three in similar period gilt frames under glass. DOA 11.75 x 16 in.; 10.25 x 13 in.; and 10 x 12.5 in. Born in Cincinnati and a Harvard graduate, Gest

Lot: 415 - Henry Benson (NY/FL, 1930-1988), Waterlilies

oil on textured canvas, signed at lower right, framed. DOA 36.25 x 40.25 in.

Lot: 416 - Henry Benson (FL/NY, 1930-1998), Women on the

oil on textured canvas, signed at lower left, framed. DOA 42.5 x 42.5 in.

Lot: 417 - Eliot Candee Clark (NY/VA, 1883-1980),

oil on board, signed at lower right, presented in a later gilt plein air style frame. SS 19 x 14 in.; DOA 25.5 x 20 in.

Lot: 418 - Paul Baker Remmey (PA, 1903-1958), The Family

watercolor on paper, signed and dated 1940 at lower right, matted and framed under glass. SS 21 x 29 in.; DOA 33 x 40.75 in.

Lot: 419 - Maurice Braun (CA/NY, 1877-1941), Landscape

oil on board, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original gilt and decorated frame. SS 5 5/8 x 8 5/8 in.; DOA 11.75 x 14.5 in. The frame retains an old paper label from the Kanst Art Gallery of Los Angeles, CA. This gallery was in

Lot: 420 - Henry Bannarn (NY/OK, 1910-1965), Sledding

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1959, presented in a later frame. SS 23.25 x 29.25 in.; DOA 28.5 x 34.5 in.

Lot: 421 - George Healy (1813-1894), Portrait of a Young Man

oil on canvas, signed and dated at center left "G. P. A. Healy / 1859," presented in the original gilt composition frame. SS 35.25 x 28.25 in.; DOA 49.5 x 42 in. Born in Boston to an Irish family, George Peter Alexander Healy was among the most

Lot: 422 - Julian Rix (CA/VT, 1850-1903), The Maine

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. SS 13.5 x 19.5 in.; DOA 23.5 x 29.5 in.

Lot: 423 - Harry Driscole (NY, 1861-1923), Pair of Fish

each an oil on canvas and presented in the likely original gilt composition frames; the first depicting a bass on the line, signed at lower left; the second depicting a brook trout diving below the water, signed at lower right. SS 19.5 x 13.5 in.;

Lot: 424 - Walter M. Brackett (1823-1919), The Trophy Trout

oil on canvas, signed and dated 1887 at lower right, presented in a later period appropriate gilt composition frame. SS 11 5/8 x 19.75 in.; DOA 15 5/8 x 23 5/8 in. Born in Maine, Brackett established a studio in Boston where he became known for his

Lot: 425 - William Goadby Lawrence (1913-2002), The Surf

a sketch in oils on canvas, signed at lower right, retaining an exhibition label on the verso, presented in a later frame. SS 15 5/8 x 11 5/8 in.; DOA 22 x 18 in. William Goadby Lawrence was one of America's foremost marine artists of the 20th

Lot: 426 - An Antique American School Maritime Painting

oil on canvas, unsigned, presented in a period 19th century gilt composition frame. SS 17.5 x 29.5 in.; DOA 26.75 x 37.75 in.

Lot: 427 - Matilda Browne (MA, 1869-1947), Cows along the

oil on panel, signed at lower right, presented under glass in the likely original hand-carved and gilt frame. SS 11.5 x 15.5 in.; DOA 16.5 x 20.5 in. The first female member of the Old Lyme art colony, Matilda Browne studied under Thomas Moran in New

Lot: 428 - Robert M. Decker (NY, 1847-1921), Sunset Over

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, presented in a later period appropriate gilt composition frame with brass gallery plaque. SS 11.75 x 27.75 in.; DOA 18.75 x 34 5/8 in. Affixed to the stretcher is an old hand-written label on the artist's card

Lot: 429 - Wesley Webber (1841-1914), Shoreline with Beached

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, presented in a later gilt frame with linen liner. SS 15.75 x 25.75 in.; DOA 23 x 33 in.

Lot: 430 - Robert Wilkie (MA, 1827-1903), The Masquerade

oil on canvas on board, signed at lower right "Robt. D. Wilkie," presented in an antique gilt composition frame. SS 59.5 x 39.5 in.; DOA 68.5 x 47.5 in.

Lot: 431 - Alexis Podchernikoff (CA, 1886-1933), Cows

oil on canvas, signed at lower left, presented in the likely original carved and gilt composition frame. SS 25.5 x 19.5 in.; DOA 35.5 x 28.5 in.

Lot: 432 - Harlan Lizer (1911-2003), Tortilla Flats

oil on canvas on board, signed at lower right, titled on the verso, presented in the likely original frame with linen liner. SS 19.5 x 23.5 in.; DOA 27 x 31 in.

Lot: 433 - Charles Bosseron Chambers (1883-1964), The Young

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original early 20th century gilt and composition frame with velvet liner. SS 15.5 x 11.75 in.; DOA 25 x 20.5 in.

Lot: 434 - Vera C. M. Staples (CA, 1883-1954), The Smoke

oil on board, signed at lower right, retaining artist's label on the verso, presented in an attractive hand-carved plein air gilt composition frame with gallery plaque. DOA 15 x 16 7/8 in.

Lot: 435 - Frank Nuderscher (MI 1880-1959), Autumn Landscape

oil on canvas board, signed at lower right, presented in a period appropriate carved and gilt frame. SS 9.5 x 11.75 in.; DOA 15.5 x 17.75 in.

Lot: 436 - Tom Nicholas (MA/CT, b. 1934), Jamaica Village,

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original frame with linen liner. SS 9 3/8 x 13.5 in.; DOA 15.75 x 20 in. We wish to thank the artist and his wife, Gloria, for identifying the landscape.

Lot: 437 - George Bickerstaff (CA/AR, 1893-1954), Roaring

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original gilt frame. SS 23.75 x 29.5 in.; DOA 32.75 x 38.25 in.

Lot: 438 - Charles Burlingame (NY/CT, 1860-1930), Old

oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original gilt frame. SS 17.25 x 23.5 in.; DOA 23 x 28.75 in. Burlingame was a member of both the Salmagundi Club in New York and the Brooklyn Society of Artists. Exhibited: Exhibition

Lot: 439 - 19th Century Continental Cello With Manuscript

possibly German, the label reading Johannes Franciscus Pressenda q. Raphael fecit Taurini anno Domini 1826*, 4/4 with molded fibre case. 49 x 18 in. From the estate of Tucson Symphony cellist Emily Carter (1918-2013)

Lot: 440 - Porter Baroque Style Table Model Music Box

made in Vermont, late 20th century, double-comb player with Regina-style movement, allover inlays using light and dark wood veneers. Included are (27) 15.5 in. discs mostly featuring contemporary show tunes. 12 x 24 x 22 in. Excellent tonal

Lot: 441 - Kalliope Music Box With Bells

Leipzig, Germany, circa 1900, single comb with ten saucer bells, book matched mahogany veneers. Twelve (12) 13.25 in. discs are included. 8.25 x 18.25 x 17.5 in.

Lot: 442 - Arnold & Dent Two-Day Marine Chronometer

English, mid-19th century, the 3.5 in. dial engraved "Arnold & Dent. / 84. Strand London No 1310," subsidiary dials for seconds and wind status are present, key-wound fusee movement, the instrument on gimbel mount under glass in a three-part lidded

Lot: 443 - James Lippett Clark (American, 1883-1969),

bronze with brown applied patina, signed and dated in the base Jas. L. Clark. / 1913, with foundry mark Roman Bronze Works Inc. 25 3/8 x 32 x 15.5 in. James L. Clark initially trained at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Gorham Silver

Lot: 444 - James Lippitt Clark (American, 1883-1969),

(also known as The Battleship of the Plains), bronze with brown applied patina, signed and dated in the base Jas. L. Clark. SC / 1912. 28.75 x 39 x 18.5 in. An imposing cast of this monumental bronze greets visitors entering the front hall of

Lot: 445 - after Antoine-Louis Barye (France, 1795-1875),

(Walking Tiger), signed "Barye" and inscribed "F. Barbedienne. Fondeur" to base, numbered 42 on the underside of base, with presentation engraved to front reading A Leur Collegue Etienne les Reviseurs et les Verificateurs de L'Assistance Publique -

Lot: 446 - after Antoine-Louis Barye (France, 1795-1875),

bronze, late 19th century, signed "Barye" to verso. 4 x 8.5 in. Alternate title Reclining Panther Holding a Montjac Deer.

Lot: 447 - Alfred Barye (France, 1839-1882), An Arab on

signed on base and with affixed Paris foundry mark to verso, 28 x 22 in.

Lot: 448 - after Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926), Big Horn

posthumous bronze casting, inscribed initials, no foundry mark, mounted to a granite base. Bronze 7.75 in.; HOA 8 3/8 in.

Lot: 449 - Anton Grath (Austria, 1881-1956), Amazon on

an Art Deco period bronze sculpture, signed "Ant. Grath" to base. 18.5 x 16 in.

Lot: 450 - Jules Moigniez (France, 1835-1894), Pheasant with

second half of the 19th century, a large bronze sculptural group cast in several parts, signed on the base "J. Moigniez," with an incised "B" on the verso, with attractive warm golden brown patina. 13.75 x 13 x 6.5 in. One of the great French

Lot: 451 - Pair of French Classical Bronze Garnitures

19th century, cast putti with birds set on a brass base. 11.5 in.

Lot: 452 - A Carved Marble Sculpture of Pandora, after

20th century, finely carved, no apparent signature. 26.5 in.

Lot: 453 - Robert Physick (English, ca. 1816-1882), Sculpture

marble, depicting a young woman holding a bird, atop a plinth, signed and dated 1868. HOA 25 in. Born in London, Robert Physick entered at the Royal Academy Schools in 1837. His work may be found in numerous private and public collections, including

Lot: 454 - A Carved Alabaster Sculpture of a Sculptor

early 20th century, well carved figure dressed in brocade jacket carving a mask from stone, appears to be unsigned. 24 in.

Lot: 455 - A Copper Bust of a French Calvary Officer

foundry mark for Emile Pinedo (French, 1840-1916), inscribed Reichshoffen to integral socle. 21.5 in. Attractive polished surface with areas of verdigris.

Lot: 456 - English Commercial Military-Style Flintlock Musket

circa 1760s, approximately .71 caliber, 41.5 in. barrel stamped with gunmaker's proof and view marks, walnut stock, brass furniture, inlaid brass escutcheon behind hammer engraved HDR / 1777 (likely later), the top of the buttplate incised with the

Lot: 457 - A Matched Pair of Model 1842 Percussion Pistols

both weapons .54 caliber, with 8.5 in. round barrel marked US/JH/P, the tang dated 1847, the lockplate with US / H. ASHTON before hammer and MIDDtn / CONN / 1847 behind hammer, walnut stock stamped with NWP and WAT cartouches, fitted with brass

Lot: 458 - Dug Tongue Portion of Ultra Rare Confederate

cast brass with file marks especially evident on the "NC" and underside edges of the disc, overall 44.5 x 58mm, the disc being 30mm diameter, similar to Plate 336 in Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates by Steve E. Mullinax, 2nd Edition, 1999; the plate

Lot: 459 - Classic Confederate Wooden Drum Canteen From North

its various elements secured by two iron bands, the outer face being personalized with an incised "J H D 1865," a section of the original leather strap on the canteen is also incised "186_", two detached lengths of the strap (approximately 24 in. and

Lot: 460 - Confederate Colonel John S. Mosby Personal Letter

This small grouping, intact as assembled in San Francisco by Mosby over 118 years ago, contains five items in four two-sided frames as follows: Autograph Letter Signed "Jno. S. Mosby, three pages, octavo, San Francisco, California, May 3, 1898, to

Lot: 461 - Alexander Gardner Photograph of Lincoln with

unmounted silver print, circa 1900, from an original image taken on October 3, 1862. Abraham Lincoln stands in front of the Secret Service headquarter tents on the Antietam battlefield approximately two weeks after the engagement. The president is

Lot: 462 - Civil War Albumen Print, U. S. Sanitary

the mount's reverse is pencil identified as such in a period hand dated 1864. The New Bern location is verified by another view of the building, archived at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The UNC image is credited to O.J. Smith, Union

Lot: 463 - Oscar Wilde Autograph Letter Signed During His

4 pages, small quarto, in New York to Anne Lynch Botta, also in New York, reading,"Grand Hotel. May, 11. Dear Mrs. Botta, I regret so much that I am unable to accept your most kind invitation for Wednesday but, I go to Canada tomorrow. I rarely can

Lot: 464 - Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Songbook Inscribed

being a 1796 collection of Swiss music presented by the composer to Fraulein Jenny Lind and signed Felix Mendelssohn Barthody. Mounted in a shadowbox gilt wooden frame. DOA in frame 15.5 x 17 in. Jenny Lind, affectionately called "The Swedish

Lot: 465 - Russian Composer Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953),

Serge Prokofieff, one page, octavo, Saint-Palais-sur-Mer, August 1, 1927, to progressive journalist Pierre Paraf, Paris. Prokofiev thanks Paraf for sending him "Danseur rouge," a work by Paul Knudsen.

Lot: 466 - A German Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service

the five piece service including a double handled tray, coffee pot (9.5 in.), teapot, sugar bowl with cover, and creamer. No monograms, each piece marked "Handarbeit / Sterling / Fernier." 152.2 total troy oz.

Lot: 467 - A Jugendstil Silver Tray Commemorating the

with presentation engraving to Herrn k. k. Oberbaurat Ferdinand Pichler, director of the Sudbahn, dated December 1905 and with one hundred and twenty-two signatures of railroad workers, .800 silver content. 26 x 16.25 in. 53.9 troy oz.

Lot: 468 - A Pair of Italian Neoclassical Style Silver

.800 silver hallmark, mid-20th century, five light form with scrolling arms, acanthus and palmette decorative elements, raised on a pedestal base with four paw feet. 15.5 in. 90.4 total troy oz.

Lot: 469 - An 18th Century French Silver Two-Handled Bowl

with inset medal featuring a bust of Louis XIV designed by J. Mauger and dated 1700 to bowl, the exterior decorated with figural vignettes, with Paris charge marks and sponsor's mark, engraved F cis de Presles 1710, with later 19th century French 1st

Lot: 470 - A George III Silver Two-Handled Cup

I*M sponsor's mark, London (1770) hallmarks, hand-chased with scrolls and rocaille motifs to central cartouche, no monogram or engraving. 5 in. 9.4 troy oz.

Lot: 471 - George III Silver Jug & Cover

London (1777), sponsor's mark "RM / RC," elongated pear form body with spiral fluting to belly, neck and domed cover, period armorial engraving to one side, rattan wrapped handle. 10 in. 16.9 troy oz.

Lot: 472 - A George IV Silver Four Bottle Decanter Stand

with "WS" sponsor's mark, London (1823) with central handle, rectangular form with gadrooning and floral and shell motif to edge and raised on four paw and acorn form bracket feet, with four matching glass bottles (possibly replacements); period

Lot: 473 - An Assembled Victorian Silver Coffee Service

three pieces including: a coffee pot with London (1865) hallmarks, mark of John Samuel Hunt and further marked Hunt & Roskell / Late / Storr & Mortimer, pear form with chased floral and rocaille decoration, one side with armorial engraving of a lion

Lot: 474 - An Edwardian Silver Punch Bowl

mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield (1910), scalloped rim with masks to edges, chased swirl to body. 8 x 12.5 in. diameter 54.5 troy oz.

Lot: 475 - A Pair of Edwardian Silver Candlesticks

mark of Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., Sheffield (1907), each with removable bobeche, decorated in the Neoclassical style, weighted base. 12.25 in.

Lot: 476 - A George V Silver Epergne

Birmingham (1916) hallmarks and sponsor's mark for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, the tripod stand supporting an integral shaped and reticulated fruit basket from which three smaller matching baskets hang. 10.5 in. 28.2 total troy oz.

Lot: 477 - A Set of Six George V Silver Pedestal Bowls

mark of Alexander Clark Co. Ltd., London (1925) hallmarks, the bowls with paneled sides and affixed drip tray, no monograms. 3.5 x 4 in. diameter 37.45 total troy oz.

Lot: 478 - A George V Silver Footed Tray

mark of William & Charles Sissons, Sheffield (1927) hallmarks, square form with bracket feet, no engraving or monograms. 1.5 x 15.25 x 15.25 in. 47.75 troy oz.

Lot: 479 - Very Fine Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service by

in the Regency style, the five piece service including a coffee pot (8 5/8 in.), teapot, hot milk jug, creamer and open sugar bowl. Each piece with lobed body raised on shell and scroll feet, the three pots with cast floral and foliate finials, all

Lot: 480 - A Boston Coin Silver Butter Dish with Cover

mark of Jones, Ball & Poor, the body with finely cast grapevine motif to rim and foot, the domed cover with chased and engraved foliate motif and grape cluster finial, with removable pierced liner (likely a replacement and unmarked). No monogram or

Lot: 481 - A New York Coin Silver Sauce Boat

made by William Forbes and retailed by Ball, Black & Co., period monogram "h.B.M.," with laurel wreath die rolled border to foot, finely cast and finished acanthus scroll handle. 6 in. 13.75 troy oz.

Lot: 482 - A Pair of Philadelphia Coin Silver Master Salts

mark for Edward Lownes (1792-1834), parcel gilt, tripod form with floral swags to body and foliate style rim, raised on lion mask and paw feet. 2 x 3 5/8 in. diameter 18.65 total troy oz.

Lot: 483 - A Philadelphia Coin Silver Chalice

manufacturer's mark for Taylor & Lawrie (active circa 1837-1850), retailed by James Watson, period engraved "T" monogram to central cartouche, hand-chased decoration in the Rococo taste. 9 1/8 in. 15 troy oz.

Lot: 484 - A 19th Century American Sterling Silver Coffee

the four piece service including a coffee pot (11.75 in.), cream jug, sugar bowl with cover, and open waste bowl; likely mid-19th century, each marked "STERLING" and without identifying maker's mark, each with finely chased floral and foliate Rococo

Lot: 485 - An Assembled Baltimore Repousse Sterling Silver

the three piece set including a teapot (6.25 in.), creamer, and open sugar bowl; the teapot marked for Hennegan, Bates & Co., the creamer and sugar with unknown hallmark; all three with period engraved monograms to base; each finely hand-worked with

Lot: 486 - S. Kirk & Son "Repousse" Sterling Silver Water

parcel gilt, hand-chased, marked "S. Kirk & Son / 925/1000." 7.5 in. 28.85 troy oz.

Lot: 487 - An S. Kirk & Son "Repousse" Sterling Silver Center

pattern number 179A, hand-decorated rim, applied foot ring, no monogram. 3 1/8 x 11.5 in. diameter 21.5 troy oz.

Lot: 488 - S. Kirk & Son "Repousse" Sterling Silver Tray

pattern number 100, rectangular form, no monogram. 13.5 x 10 in. 22 troy oz.

Lot: 489 - A Baltimore Silversmiths Mfg. Co. Sterling Silver

circa 1903-1905, oval form with hammered surface and hand-engraved decoration, central cartouche with period "GKEH" monogram. 30.1 troy oz.

Lot: 490 - S. Kirk & Son "King" Sterling Silver Flatware

(75) pieces, service for eight, including: (8) knives (8 7/8 in.), (8) forks (7.25 in.), (9) salad forks, (9) seafood / cocktail forks, (9) teaspoons, (6) iced tea spoons, (12) demitasse spoons, (8) butter spreaders, master butter knife, sugar shell,

Lot: 491 - S. Kirk & Son "Rose" Sterling Silver Flatware

(42) pieces, service for eight, including: (8) knives (9 1/8 in.); (8) forks (7 3/8 in.); (9) salad forks; (10) teaspoons; (3) tablespoons; gravy ladle; (2) master butter knives; sugar shell. No monograms. 47.75 total weighable troy oz.

Lot: 492 - S. Kirk & Son "Repousse" Sterling Silver Flatware

(122) pieces including: (12) knives (9 in.); (8) forks (7 7/8 in.); (12) forks (7.25 in.); (12) salad forks; (10) dessert spoons (by Stieff); (12) teaspoons; (12) cream soup spoons; (2) bouillon soup spoons; (10) demitasse spoons; (1) place / oval

Lot: 493 - An 18th Century Reproduction Sterling Silver Tray

oval form with double handles and raised on bracket feet, pattern number 18764, no monogram or engraving. 22 x 14.5 in. 81.2 troy oz. A finely crafted reproduction of an original tray by John Crouch and Thomas Hannan of London in 1792.

Lot: 494 - A Tiffany & Co. "Hamilton" Sterling Silver Coffee

four pieces including a coffee pot (11 in.), sugar bowl with cover, creamer, and open waste bowl; pattern number 17646, period engraved monogram "AMR," circa 1907-1947 hallmark. 58.45 total troy oz.

Lot: 495 - A Set of Four Bowls and Four Plates by Tiffany &

each with chrysanthemum motif to rim, all pieces with circa 1907-1947 Tiffany & Co. hallmark, three plates include the import mark for 1908 alongside the mark for Albert William Fearearyear; one bowl and one plate marked Importe des Etats Unis (this

Lot: 496 - Pair of Neoclassical Style Sterling Silver

by J. E. Caldwell & Co. of Philadelphia, each engraved to the underside October 17, 1953, convertible form - the three light scrolled arm candelabras may be removed for use as tall candlesticks, finely detailed with swirled flutes to shaft and foot.

Lot: 497 - A Set of Eight Sterling Silver Old Fashioneds by

pattern number 101 25 /3, no monograms, presented in the original fitted chest. 3.25 in. 30.9 total troy oz.

Lot: 498 - A Set of Eight Sterling Silver Tumblers by

pattern number 101 25 /2, no monograms. 5.25 in. 42.65 total troy oz.

Lot: 499 - A Very Fine American Art Deco Sterling Silver

by International and retailed by Udall & Ballou, New York, NY; oblong form with foliate bud motif decoration to flaring handles, raised on a conforming fluted foot, pattern number V132A, no monograms. 3.5 x 14.75 x 7 in. 48.3 troy oz. Udall & Ballou

Lot: 500 - A Durgin Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service

in the Neoclassical style with bright cut engraving and period "COC" monogram; five pieces including a coffee pot (10.75 in.), teapot, sugar bowl with cover, creamer, and waste bowl. All presented atop a period silverplate double handled footed tray

Lot: 501 - Towle "Old Master" Sterling Silver Flatware

(85) pieces, service for twelve, including: (12) knives (8.75 in.); (12) forks (7 1/8 in.); (12) salad forks; (25) teaspoons; (4) iced tea spoons; (5) cream soup spoons; (4) tablespoons; (2) sugar spoons; (7) butter knives; gravy ladle; and pie

Lot: 502 - Reed & Barton "French Renaissance" Sterling Silver

(86) pieces, service for eight, including: (8) knives (8 7/8 in.); (8) forks (7 1/8 in.); (12) salad forks; (19) teaspoons; (12) butter spreaders; (10) cream soup spoons; (8) iced tea spoons; (3) tablespoons; gravy ladle; master butter knife; sugar

Lot: 503 - International "Joan of Arc" Sterling Silver

(104) pieces, service for twelve, including: (12) knives (9 1/8 in.); (12) forks (7.25 in.); (12) salad forks; (24) teaspoons; (12) cream soup spoons; (12) butter spreaders; (12) seafood / cocktail forks; master butter knife; tablespoon; pie server;

Lot: 504 - Gorham "Plymouth" Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee

a six piece service including a coffee pot (8.5 in.), teapot, spirit kettle on stand, sugar bowl with cover, creamer, and waste bowl; pattern numbers A2411 - A2416; period script monogram to each "MCB." 94.15 total troy oz.

Lot: 505 - Wallace "Rose Point" Sterling Silver Flatware

(123) pieces including: (12) knives (9.75 in.); (12) forks (7 5/8 in.); (14) salad forks; (16) teaspoons; (8) iced tea spoons; (8) seafood / cocktail forks; (8) butter spreaders; (8) ice cream forks; (7) demitasse spoons; (8) round soup spoons (6 7/8

Lot: 506 - Frank Smith "Fiddle Thread" Sterling Silver

(98) pieces, service for twelve, including: (8) knives with Smith blades (9.25 in.); (4) knives with Towle blades (9.5 in.); (12) forks (7.5 in.); (12) salad forks; (12) dessert / oval soup spoons; (18) teaspoons; (8) gumbo round soup spoon; (6)

Lot: 507 - Durgin "Fairfax" Sterling Silver Flatware Service

(128) pieces including: (12) dinner knives (9.5 in.); (12) luncheon knives (8.5 in.); (12) dinner forks (7 7/8 in.); (11) luncheon forks; (12) seafood / cocktail forks; (22) teaspoons; (12) bouillon spoons; (12) oval soup / dessert spoons; (12)

Lot: 508 - Reed & Barton "Hepplewhite" Sterling Silver Tea &

the seven piece set including a spirit kettle (12.75 in.), coffee pot, teapot, sugar bowl with cover, creamer, open waste bowl, and doubled handled tray. Each with period script monogram "DG." 290 total troy oz.

Lot: 509 - A Sterling Silver Coffee Service with Tray

the three piece coffee service in the 18th century style by Redlich & Company of New York, including a coffee pot (9.5 in.), cream jug and sugar bowl, pattern number 9530. All presented atop a circular tray by Wallace, pattern number 4210. All items

Lot: 510 - A Set of Six Sterling Silver Claret Stems by

in the "Princess Patricia" pattern (number 3332), no monograms. 5.75 in. 20.6 total troy oz.

Lot: 511 - Two Pieces of Sterling Silver by William Spratling

circa 1930s, hand-wrought, the first a chocolate pot (6 in.) and the second a sugar bowl, both with rosewood handles, no engravings. 16.25 total troy oz.

Lot: 512 - A Large Sterling Silver Pedestal Center Bowl

by Mueck-Carey Co. of New York, circa 1940-1950, pattern number 47, rectangular form raised on a conforming foot and with beaded rim, period monogram "O'C." 4.25 x 12 x 9.25 in. 26.25 troy oz.

Lot: 513 - An Alphonse La Paglia Designed Sterling Silver

retailed by International Silver Co., late 1950s, in the Danish modern style, pattern number 118, no monogram or engraving. 5 7/8 x 10 in. diameter 30.45 troy oz. The Italian born La Paglia (1907-1953) studied silversmithing with Georg Jensen in

Lot: 514 - A Three Piece Modernist Sterling Silver Table

mark of Juventino Lopez Reyes and with eagle 9, circa 1970s, including a pair of two-light candelabra and an oval center bowl, no monograms. Center bowl 6.5 x 14.5 in.; Candelabra 6.75 x 7.5 in. 57.35 total troy oz.




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