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Auctioneer John Moran Auctioneers 626.793.1833
Auction Date Dec 06 Auction
Location
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Monrovia, CA
Time 05:30PM
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Lot: 1001 - A Sunset Trails/McCabe Silversmiths belt buckle

Pre-1960, stamped ''Sterling / 10K'' with ''MCS'' maker's mark for John McCabe Silversmiths, a shaped rectangular belt buckle chased and engraved with a garland and scrolling foliage centering an applied 10K yellow gold horse head set with a round

Lot: 1002 - A Sunset Trails/McCabe Silversmiths belt buckle

Pre-1960, stamped ''Sterling / 10K'' with ''MCS'' maker's mark for John McCabe Silversmiths, oval shape, chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, centering an applied horsehead in 10K yellow gold set with a round sapphire eye, within an applied

Lot: 1003 - A Sunset Trails/McCabe Silversmiths belt buckle

Pre-1960, stamped ''Sterling / 10K'' with ''MCS'' maker's mark for John McCabe Silversmiths, a rectangular belt buckle chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, centering an applied 10K yellow gold longhorn steer head set with two simulated ruby

Lot: 1004 - A silver and gold Sunset Trails belt buckle

Stamped verso ''Sunset / Trails / Sterling / 10K'', a rectangular belt buckle chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, further adorned with a 10K yellow gold applied longhorn steer head centered by four applied horse heads at the corners, 2'' H x

Lot: 1005 - Pirkle Jones (1914-2009 San Francisco, CA)

''Portfolio Two'', set of 12 photographs with a foreword by Ansel Adams, the plate list and the dedication page in a gilt-lettered linen clamshell folio; this portfolio includes: ''Break Wave, Golden Gate, San Francisco, 1952''; ''Log and Golden Gate

Lot: 1006 - Kit Carson bronze and silver Western-motif clock

Contemporary, signed and numbered to interior verso door: Kit Carson / 2/20, battery-powered movement, Western desert motif, with applied jackrabbit, hawk, coyote, and cactuses, Roman numeral and star-shaped hour markers with secondary track reading:

Lot: 1007 - Cecil E Wakefield (1930-2003 Phoenix, AZ)

''Charley [sic] Russell'', a bronze sculpture depicting Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926 Great Falls, MT / Pasadena, CA) painting at his easel, raised on an integral serpentine base, titled, signed, dated and numbered in the base: by Wakefield /

Lot: 1008 - After Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926 Great

Two bronze sculptures, the first: ''Red Bird'', signed in the bronze: CMR, stamped to side of base: Roman Bronze Works, N.Y., standing bridled horse raised on an integral naturalistic base; the second: signed ''CM Russell'' with artist's skull

Lot: 1009 - A Dirk van Erp brass floor lamp

Mid-20th century, with open box windmill ''Handwrought / San Francisco'' maker's mark, with two outcurved arms each terminating in a pair of sockets, issuing from a cylindrical brass standard raised on four curved legs atop a circular foot, 65.875''

Lot: 1010 - A Newcomb College art pottery vase

1921, New Orleans, LA, incised ''NC'' mark and with impressed initials ''AFS'' for decorator Anna Frances Simpson and ''JM'' for potter Joseph Meyer, impressed style number ''115'' and registration number ''IM84'', the matte blue glazed baluster-form

Lot: 1011 - A large Van Briggle art pottery vase

Circa 1920, Colorado Springs, CO, with incised double ''A'' mark and inscribed ''Van Briggle'' partially obscured by glaze, the short, hexagonal neck joined to a high-shouldered, tapering body decorated in relief with stylized Egyptian lotus-style

Lot: 1012 - A Stickley Arts & Crafts oak bookcase

1916-1919, with Stickley Associated Cabinetmakers joiner's compass and hand screw decal verso, the square top over a single locking glazed door enclosing three shelves, 55.5'' H x 33'' W x 12'' D, est: $3000/4000.

Lot: 1013 - Arts & Crafts dining table and chairs, Voorhees

Contemporary, Pasadena, CA, each with branded Voorhees Craftsman Workshops maker's mark, the table with Voorhees paper label, each of dark stained oak, comprising a trestle table, two armchairs and four side chairs, the chairs each with square woven

Lot: 1014 - Five cold-painted Vienna bronze animals

Late 19th/early 20th century, the first: impressed amphora ''B'' mark for Franz Bergman, a parakeet; the second: twice stamped ''Geschutzt'', numerically stamped ''478'', an owl; the third: apparently unmarked: a saddled donkey; the fourth and fifth:

Lot: 1015 - A Franz Bergman cold-painted Vienna bronze quail

Late 19th/early 20th century, Austrian, impressed amphora ''B'' mark and ''3045 / Geschutzt'', a cold-painted bronze quail, 9.125'' H x 3.375'' W x 8.75'' D, est: $500/700.

Lot: 1016 - A Franz Bergman cold-painted Vienna bronze figure

Late 19th/early 20th century, Austrian, underside of horse and base with impressed amphora ''B'' mark and ''3605 / Geschutzt'', figure further stamped ''3605'', depicting a Native American warrior shooting an arrow from the back of a galloping horse,

Lot: 1017 - Gerald Harvey Jones (1933-* Fredericksburg, TX)

''Sunrise on the Trail '', branded longhorn looking towards a chuck wagon, signed, inscribed and dated lower left: G. Harvey / Austin / 1968, titled on a gallery label affixed verso, oil on canvas, 24'' H x 30'' W, est: $15,000/20,000.

Lot: 1018 - Joe Beeler (1931-2006 Prescott, AZ)

''Gathering the High Country'', cowboys herding cattle, singed lower right: Joe Beeler and with the Cowboy Artists of America symbol: CA, titled on the frame plaque, oil on masonite, 14'' H x 18'' W, est: $3000/4000.

Lot: 1019 - Frank Paul Sauerwein (1871-1910 Los Angeles, CA)

''Indians and Ponies'', signed and dated lower left: F.P. Sauerwein / 1901, titled on a gallery label affixed to the backing paper verso, oil on board, 6'' H x 9'' W, est: $3000/4000.

Lot: 1020 - Edwin Willard Deming (1860-1942 New York, NY)

Signed in the bronze: E.W. Deming / Fenn / Bronze, numbered 13 of the edition of 100, standing Native American man playing a flute next to a seated mountain lion, raised on an integral naturalistic base, atop a rectangular marble plinth, the bronze:

Lot: 1021 - A Navajo silver and turquoise concho belt

Stamped ''J.A.'' for Jack Adakai (Navajo), with ten sliding oval stamped and sand-cast turquoise cabochon-set conchos each measuring 2 1/8'' x 3'' and an abstract-motif buckle set with six turquoise cabochons measuring 3 3/4'' x 2 5/8'', attached to

Lot: 1022 - A group of sterling silver buckles and belts

Comprising three concho belts, the first stamped ''1987 / Sterling / T Jackson'' for maker Tommy Jackson (Navajo), the second and third apparently unsigned, attributed to Tommy Jackson, each with a sterling silver two-panel geometric-motif buckle,

Lot: 1023 - Group of Native American silver & turquoise

Comprising five rings and one necklace, including: stamped ''LB'' for L. Burnside (Navajo), a large turquoise and cast silver ring, size 12; inscribed ''Coers '76'' for John Coers (Cherokee), a Kachina-form turquoise-set silver ring, ring size 10

Lot: 1024 - Rookwood Pottery iris glaze vase, Leonore Asbury

1908, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''VIII'', further impressed ''1357B'', incised ''L.A.'' mark for Leonore Asbury, paper Cleveland Museum of Art label with accession number ''TR 16299/204.1'',

Lot: 1025 - A Rookwood Pottery vase, A.R. Valentien

1901, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numeral ''I'', further impressed ''194BZ'', signed ''A.R. Valentien'' for Albert Robert Valentien, the short ring neck over a baluster-form body, matte glaze, decorated with

Lot: 1026 - A Rookwood Pottery French Red vase, Sara Sax

1923, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''XXIII'', further impressed ''977'', incised ''Sx'' cypher for Sara Sax, baluster-form, decorated with red flowers and branches on a dark gray/blue ground, 10.75'' H

Lot: 1027 - A leaded glass wisteria-style table lamp, R. Kopf

One panel of shade signed and dated ''R. L. Kopf, 9/80'' for maker Robert Kopf, a Tiffany-style bronze tree-form lamp base surmounted by four sockets, covered by a wisteria-style multi-colored leaded glass shade, overall: 28.125'' H x 18'' Dia., est:

Lot: 1028 - A leaded glass wisteria-style table lamp, R. Kopf

One panel of shade signed and dated ''R. L. Kopf, 1978'' for maker Robert Kopf, a Tiffany-style bronze tree-form lamp base surmounted by four sockets, covered by a wisteria-style multi-colored leaded glass shade, overall: 27.625'' H x 18'' Dia., est:

Lot: 1029 - A relief-carved oak and iron Belgian sideboard

Circa 1920s, oak construction, the rectangular leaf-molded parquetry top above three iron-hinged relief-carved locking doors, each enclosing a single shelf, atop an arrangement of three foliate-carved short drawers, raised overall on gadrooned and

Lot: 1030 - Redlich & Co. for Spaulding sterling silver dish

Early 20th century, with maker's marks, further stamped ''Sterling / 5842 11 in'', the reticulated floral, rocaille and ribbon-tied rim reserved with four oblong cartouches each centering a repousse rose bouquet, 0.625'' H x 11.125'' Dia., 22.515 oz.

Lot: 1031 - Wallace ''Grand Baroque'' silver flatware service

Designed 1941, Wallingford, CT, each with maker's mark, a sterling sliver flatware service in the ''Grande Baroque'' pattern, comprising 24 dinner forks (7.375''), 23 salad forks (6.5''), 6 iced tea spoons (7.625''), 24 teaspoons (6.125''), 7

Lot: 1032 - Five Orient & Flume art glass paperweights

Each signed and inscribed to underside and with original blue paper label, the first: further marked ''CIE 17 F 1979'', oviform, butterfly-motif over a sparkling iridescent ground; the second: signed ''E Seaira'' for artist Ed Seaira, further marked

Lot: 1033 - Three Orient & Flume art glass paperweights

1979/80, each signed to underside, with original blue paper label, each spherical, of iridescent glass with millefiori/cane accents, the first: further marked ''I28 At 1979'', butterfly and flower motif; the second: further marked ''I55 At 1979'',

Lot: 1034 - Four Orient & Flume art glass paperweights

Each signed, the first, second and third with original blue paper label, each spherical, the first: further marked ''C21 Oct 1980'', floral and foliate motif; the second: further marked ''CDC2M 1979'', floral motif on a sparkling iridescent rainbow

Lot: 1035 - Four Orient & Flume art glass paperweights

Each signed, the first, second and third with original blue paper label, each spherical, of iridescent glass with millefiori accents, the first: further marked ''I53 F 1980'', parrot and flowering vine motif; the second: further marked ''I160 D

Lot: 1036 - A Steuben ''Cluthra'' rose/pink art glass vase

Circa 1920s, acid-etched maker's mark to underside, with a wide flaring neck over a tapering wide-shouldered body, 10.375'' H x 9'' Dia., est: $300/500. Note: Body style #2683.

Lot: 1037 - A Sabino art glass vase, ''Vase La Danse''

Circa 1935, signed to underside ''Sabino / Paris'', baluster-form, of clear over opaque white glass, relief-decorated with partially nude female dancers, 14.25'' H x 8.5'' Dia., est: $1000/1500. Note: Signed and titled on accompanying card.

Lot: 1038 - An Art Nouveau metal and art glass smoke stand

Early 20th century, original paper label to underside ''Metalarts Studios'', the foliate-wrapped patinated and gilt-finished metal stand surmounted by a wave-rimmed iridescent art glass bowl, likely Steuben, 27.625'' H x 7.75'' W x 8.125'' D, est:

Lot: 1039 - A sterling silver-clad figural chamberstick

Late 19th/early 20th century, stamped to underside ''1620 / Sterling Silver Deposit'', in the Art Nouveau taste, silver over plaster, in the form of a standing woman embracing a flower, raised on a lily pad-form base, 11.125'' H x 6.125'' W x 6.5''

Lot: 1040 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901 French)

A four-color lithograph on paper (professionally conserved and laid to linen), with olive green, orange, blue and red for the letter-press, 1896, sight size: 22.75'' H x 17.75'' W, est: $15,000/20,000. Literature: Illustrated in ''The Posters of

Lot: 1041 - Marc Chagall (1887-1985 French)

''Behind the Mirror'', signed in pencil in the margin lower right: Marc Chagall, numbered in pencil in the margin lower left: 12/75, lithograph on paper under glass, image size: 13.5'' H x 18.75'' W, est: $4000/6000. Literature: M.412 / Mourlot.

Lot: 1042 - Theophile Steinlen (1859-1923 French)

''Greek Goddess'', signed in colored pencil in the margin lower left: Steinlen, signed again in the plate right center, titled on a gallery label affixed to the backing board verso, inscribed along the left center margin: Imp. Charles Verneau, 114

Lot: 1043 - A bronze commemorative medal / medallion

1872, one of the edition of 500, struck signature ''W. Barber'' for fabricator William E. Barber, a commemorative medal cast from bronze from the Chicago court house bell, the obverse depicting the Chicago Court House among smoke and flames while the

Lot: 1044 - A Tiffany Studios gilt-bronze ashtray on stand

Early 20th century, maker's mark to underside ''Tiffany Studios / New York / 1649'', in the Art Nouveau taste, the ashtray raised atop a knopped cylindrical stem issuing from a naturalistic spreading circular foot, 27.625'' H x 8.625'' Dia., est:

Lot: 1045 - Three Tiffany & Co. sterling silver boxes

20th century, each rectangular, decorated to each face with a geometric sunburst motif, the first: with maker's marks, further marked ''Sterling / Italy'' and with Italian hallmarks, a cigarette case with gold-washed interior; the second: with

Lot: 1046 - A Steuben cameo glass table lamp

Mid-20th century, cameo maker's mark centering ''Steuben'', with a single socket raised atop a baluster-form body of opaque black cut back to clear amber glass, chinoiserie dragon motif, raised on a bead-molded base atop four foliate-clad paw feet,

Lot: 1047 - An Art Deco loveseat, attributed to Kem Weber

First half 20th century, apparently unmarked, attributed to Kem Weber (1889-1963), the curvilinear chromed tubular steel frame centering four square drop-in black leather cushions, 31'' H x 50'' W x 35'' D, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1048 - A Rookwood Pottery vase, Arthur Conant

1920, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''XX'', further impressed ''807'', incised ''C'' within a square for Arthur Conant, depicting Hooded Merganser ducks within a verdant landscape on a blue ground,

Lot: 1049 - A Rookwood Pottery jardiniere, Lorinda Epply

1920, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''XX'', further impressed ''2466'' and inscribed ''4554'', incised ''LE'' cypher for Lorinda Epply, the wide tapering circular body with a cream-ground band decorated

Lot: 1050 - A Rookwood Pottery vase, Sara Sax

1920, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''XX'', further impressed ''2372'', incised ''Sx'' cypher for Sara Sax, partial Rookwood paper label to underside, with a flaring mouth over a short neck atop a

Lot: 1051 - A Mark Chee turquoise-set sterling belt buckle

Maker's mark of Mark Chee (Navajo), further stamped ''Sterling / Hand Made'' and inscribed ''12'', the slightly curved rectangular buckle with seven graduated bezel-set turquoise cabochons interspaced with silver wire loops, 1.25'' H x 3.5'' W, gross

Lot: 1052 - A group of four silver turquoise-set belt buckles

Comprising a shaped foliate and flower-motif turquoise-inlaid silver buckle (3.25'' H x 3.375'' W), a rectangular coral and turquoise-set silver buckle with applied abstract motifs (2.25'' H x 3.25'' W), a rectangular turquoise-set silver buckle

Lot: 1053 - Three Native American sterling silver belt buckles

Each stamped ''CP / Sterling'' likely for Clendon Pete (Navajo), comprising an oval stamped and turquoise-set belt buckle with applied horse motif (2.25'' H x 3.375'' W); a rectangular stamped and overlaid turquoise-set belt buckle with applied

Lot: 1054 - Five Native American belt buckles

The first: stamped ''Bob L.'' within two horseshoes, rectangular, set with a rough turquoise nugget; the second: inscribed ''RZ VG XIET'', rectangular, set with an oblong turquoise cabochon; the third: inscribed ''ZOP'', sand-cast abstract motif; the

Lot: 1055 - A pair of Levi's 501xx vintage jeans

Circa 1947, original leather Levi Strauss & Co. tag with red XX, ''Big 'E''' red rear tab, button fly, 32'' waist, 28.5'' inseam, 40.25'' outseam, est: $200/400.

Lot: 1056 - Hank Richter (1928-* Phoenix, AZ)

A patinated bronze bust of a Native American man, raised on a wooden base, signed and inscribed in the bronze: Richter / 6-17 / Noggle / Bronze Works, the bronze only: 6.75'' H x 6'' W x 5.75'' D, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1057 - A group of Native American and Western objects

Late 19th/early 20th century, the first: a beaded whetstone case, likely Kiowa (approximately 12.75'' H x 1.75'' W); the second: a Plains Indian beaded saddle blanket, the hide borders fully beaded, with hide fringe, sinew and cotton stitching, the

Lot: 1058 - Attributed to Amos Gustina (1858-1945 Arizona

First quarter 20th century, carved agave stalk and wire with polychrome painted finish, a violin / fiddle, apparently unsigned, inscribed: M / 408.18, 24'' H x 5'' Dia., est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1059 - Nine Santa Clara vessels, one Effie Garcia

20th century, each glossy black glazed, all but the fifth with incised, matte-finished geometric designs, from largest to smallest: the first: signed ''Mary Singer / Santa Clara Pueblo / New Mexico'', a bulbous pottery vase with a tapering neck; the

Lot: 1060 - Six San Ildefonso pottery vessels, one Blue Corn

20th century, each with geometric black matte designs on a black gloss ground, from largest to smallest: the first: signed ''Helen Gutierrez / San Ildefonso Pueblo'', a dual-mouthed handled wedding vase; the second: indistinctly signed ''M***'', a

Lot: 1061 - Lucy Leuppe McKelvey (20th century- Navajo)

Contemporary, signed verso ''Lucy Leuppe / McKelvey'', a dual-handled pottery canteen, raised corn motif, 9.25'' H x 10'' W x 5.25'' D, est: $200/400.

Lot: 1062 - Joan Miro (1893-1983 Spanish)

''Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en el Jardin de Miro'', 1975, signed in pencil on the justification: Miro / Rafael Alberti, published by Ediciones Pol­grafa, Barcelona, edition of 300, color lithograph on Guarro paper, 19.5'' H x

Lot: 1063 - Joan Miro (1893-1983 Spanish)

''Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en el Jardin de Miro, #5'', 1975, signed in the plate lower right: Miro, color lithograph on Guarro paper under glass, paper size: 19.5'' H x 27.5'' W, est: $500/700.

Lot: 1064 - Joan Miro (1893-1983 Spanish)

''Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en el Jardin de Miro, #6'', 1975, signed in the plate lower right: Miro, numbered in graphite lower left: 31/225, color lithograph on Guarro paper under glass, sight size: 19.25'' H x 13.5'' W, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1065 - Joan Miro (1893-1983 Spanish)

''Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en el Jardin de Miro, #12'', 1975, signed in the plate lower right: Miro, numbered in graphite lower left: 61/225, color lithograph on Guarro paper under glass, sight size: 19.25'' H x 13.5'' W, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1066 - Joan Miro (1893-1983 Spanish)

''Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en el Jardin de Miro, #20'', 1975, signed in the plate lower right: Miro, numbered in graphite lower left: 93/225, color lithograph on Guarro paper under glass, sight size: 19.25'' H x 13.5'' W, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1067 - Two patinated bronze African-style figures

20th century, each apparently unmarked, each standing abstracted figure depicted wearing a tall mask, raised on an ebonized squared plinth, 2 pieces, each overall: the first: 17.75'' H x 4'' W x 3.375'' D; the second: 16.625'' H x 4.625'' W x 3.375''

Lot: 1068 - A Mid-Century Modern dresser

Mid-20th century, mahogany, with lightly struck stamp to underside ''KA****'', further stamped ''2-64E / 4AG27-751-23 / MAH'', the rectangular top over three rows of three short drawers fitted with continuous vertically-arranged pulls, raised overall

Lot: 1069 - A studio pottery floor vase, F. Carlton Ball

Mid-20th century, apparently unsigned, with a slightly flaring mouth over a tall cylindrical neck opening to a pulled ovoid body decorated with blue and brown glazes and abstract cobalt linear designs, 37'' H x 19.5'' Dia., est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1070 - A modern glazed art pottery vase, Joel Edwards

Circa 1970, with a swirling abstract motif in mottled taupe on a brown glazed ground, the wide, bulbous body rising to a petite slightly flaring neck, 14.75'' H x 15.5'' Dia., est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1071 - Two studio art pottery vessels

Mid-20th century, each with incised signature ''Jh'', the first: an elongated bulbous vase rising to a flared mouth, with gray linear geometric decoration over a speckled grayish-green glaze ground; the second: surmounted by a bowl-form finial, a

Lot: 1072 - A pair of Eames for Herman Miller DCM chairs

Mid-20th century, apparently unmarked, designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller, each with a molded plywood seat and back mounted on a chrome-plated tubular steel frame, 2 pieces, each: 29'' H x 19.25'' W x 21.5'' D, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1073 - Pedro Pablo Preux (1932-2001 Mexican)

''Y Volvio La Noche'', dated August 1966, a multi-color abstract woolen weaving/tapestry, signed, titled, dated and inscribed on fabric label verso: Tejido Por Bertha Preux / en E.D.A. Mexico / Medidas: Altura 1.20 Longitud 1.54, signed again in the

Lot: 1074 - Dora De Larios (b. 1933-* Los Angeles, CA)

Two abstracted sculptural art pottery figures, the first: figure on horseback; the second: standing bird, 2 pieces, each signed: Delarios, the first: 13.625'' H x 10.75'' W x 12.875'' D; the second: 14.75'' H x 11.5'' W x 10'' D, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1075 - A group of three Mexican sterling jewelry items

The first: stamped Sterling / 925 / Taxco, a gold-washed silver hinged link bracelet with inset carved green Bakelite gems and bells (7'' L); the second: each stamped ''Sterling / 900 / Made in Mex'', a hinged link bracelet and brooch with bezel-set

Lot: 1076 - Orrin A. White (1883-1969 Pasadena, CA)

Mexican street scene with figures, signed lower right: Orrin A. White, oil on board, 16'' H x 20'' W, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1077 - Marco Antonio Gomez (1910-1972 Manhattan Beach,

Horse in a desert landscape, signed lower right: M.A. Gomez, oil on canvas, 24'' H x 20'' W, est: $200/300.

Lot: 1078 - Patricia Dobson (1947-* Scottsdale, AZ)

Six Indian women in a pueblo, signed lower right: Patricia Dobson, oil on masonite, 30'' H x 24'' W, est: $2000/3000.

Lot: 1079 - Kathy 'Elk Woman'' Whitman (b. 1952-* Scottsdale,

A carved marble sculpture, conjoined busts of a Native American woman, buffalo and bear, raised on a beveled wooden base, signed and dated with artist's feather device: Elk Woman / (copyright symbol) 89, overall: 13.5'' H x 10'' W x 8.625'' D, est:

Lot: 1080 - A large figural Apache basketry tray

Late 19th/early 20th century, the circular tray decorated with stepped bands, 8 cactuses and 11 standing male figures, 4'' H x 20.75'' Dia., est: $2000/3000.

Lot: 1081 - A Cahuilla Mission snake-motif basket

Late 19th/early 20th century, the deep circular basketry tray decorated with a coiled rattlesnake, 2.875'' H x 13.75'' Dia., est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1082 - A Northern Coastal Mission polychrome basket

Late 19th/early 20th century, the deep oblong tray polychrome decorated with zig-zags and other geometric motifs, 3.75'' H x 19'' W x 15.5'' D, est: $700/1000.

Lot: 1083 - A California Mission Cahuilla polychrome basket

Late 19th/early 20th century, the slightly bombe basketry bowl with polychrome checkered diamond designs on alternating brown and mottled red/yellow grounds, 5'' H x 9.5'' Dia., est: $600/900.

Lot: 1084 - A group of Native American jewelry, Carl Luthy

All but the earrings with maker's marks of Carl Luthy (Navajo), comprising a turquoise and stamped silver cuff (2.5'' W), a turquoise and silver ring (size 6 3/4), a stamped silver oblong-link necklace with coral-set pendant and a pair of matching

Lot: 1085 - A silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace

Apparently unmarked, with 12 squash blossom links each topped with a turquoise cabochon, the largest approximately 1 1/2mm x 1 3/4mm, suspending a naja topped with 5 turquoise cabochons, the largest 2mm x 1 7/8mm, adorned throughout with applied

Lot: 1086 - A Native American sterling silver & turquoise cuff

Of three twisted silver bangles joined by a central bezel-set turquoise cabochon and two triangular plaques stamped with a feather motif, gross weight 68.6 g, est: $300/400.

Lot: 1087 - A group of Native American jewelry

Comprising a 10-strand turquoise bead necklace (13'' L); a single-strand necklace of turquoise beads suspending a turquoise cabochon-set silver pendant (13.5'' L); pendant with etched signature ''RB'' over a waved line, a silver bead necklace with

Lot: 1088 - A group of Native American jewelry

Comprising a turquoise and coral-set silver snake-motif bolo tie, inscribed ''AA 22''; a red stone-set silver bolo tie; an oblong stamped silver bolo tie with central acrylic-set scorpion stamped ''Handmade / Sterling''; stone-inlaid rectangular

Lot: 1089 - A Monterey settle, Mason Manufacturing Company

Circa 1930s, horseshoe brand to right side, iron nail heads relief-monogrammed ''M'', the rectangular back rest with two painted panels verso, each featuring a bouquet on a yellow ground, beneath a hinged lift-out console shelf, the seat with

Lot: 1090 - Two Monterey-style tile-topped tables

Circa 1930s/40s, the first: the circular top inset with four abstract-motif tiles, raised on three turned legs joined by a tripartite iron stretcher; the second: the shaped beveled rectangular top with four inset tiles depicting a California Mission

Lot: 1091 - A Monterey book stand/floor lamp

Circa 1930s/40s, the conical patinated metal and clear glass shade atop an adjustable scrolled iron arm over a rectangular bookstand, on a turned wooden base raised on four S-form legs, electrified, 47.5'' H x 16.5'' W x 16.5'' D, est: $400/600.

Lot: 1092 - A Rookwood Pottery vellum vase, Leonore Asbury

1926, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''XXVI'', further impressed ''2523'', incised ''L.A.'' mark for Leonore Asbury and ''V'' for vellum glaze, baluster-form with a wide flaring mouth, decorated with

Lot: 1093 - Rookwood Pottery iris glaze vase, A.R. Valentien

1902, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numeral ''II'', further impressed ''932B'', incised signature ''A.R. Valentien'' for Albert Robert Valentien, baluster form, decorated with orchids on a pink to green glazed

Lot: 1094 - A Dirk van Erp hammered copper student lamp

Mid-20th century, with open box windmill ''San Francisco'' maker's mark, surmounted by a quatrefoil finial atop a cylindrical standard fitted with a cantilevered arm supporting a single socket, raised overall on a stepped circular hammered copper

Lot: 1095 - A Monterey dresser and matching mirror, Mason

Circa 1930s/40s, branded ''Monterey'' and illegibly numerically stamped, Mason Manufacturing Company, the dresser with a rectangular top over a floral-painted frieze drawer above three additional long drawers, each fitted with iron handles, flanked

Lot: 1096 - A Monterey book stand/floor lamp

Circa 1930s/40s, the conical hide shade atop an adjustable scrolled iron arm over a rectangular bookstand, on a turned wooden base raised on four S-form legs, electrified, 48.5'' H x 17.75'' W x 17.75'' D, est: $400/600.

Lot: 1097 - Baranger Studios diamond automaton Motion Display

Second quarter 20th century, South Pasadena, CA, model M-224 2, a Baranger animated ''Davy Crockett'' advertising display, surmounted by a miniature hide pelt inscribed ''Have no Fear / One of Our / Beautiful Diamonds / Will Win Her'', featuring a

Lot: 1098 - Baranger Studios diamond automaton Motion Display

Second quarter 20th century, South Pasadena, CA, model M-182-3, a Baranger animated advertising display, the horseshoe-form surround over a galloping horse and jockey, a sign inscribed ''You Always / Win / If You Pick / One Of Our / Beautiful

Lot: 1099 - Joseph Adam Imhoff (1871-1955 Taos, NM)

Seated Native American, signed lower left: J.A. Imhoff, watercolor on paper laid to board under glass, sight size: 25'' H x 21'' W, est: $2000/3000. Note: Paper size: 25.5'' H x 22'' W.

Lot: 1100 - Olaf Wieghorst (1899-1988 El Cajon, CA)

Native American on horseback, signed lower left: O. Wieghorst and with the artist's device, colored drawing on paper under glass, sight size: 10'' H x 8'' W, est: $2000/3000. Note: Paper size: 11'' H x 8.5'' W.

Lot: 1101 - Ila McAfee (1897-1995 Taos, NM)

Native Americans on horseback, singed and dated lower right: Ila McAfee '37, inscribed lower left: Taos, N.M., oil on canvas board, 8'' H x 9'' W, est: $1000/2000.

Lot: 1102 - Mark Hopkins (20th century- Colorado)

''Peace No More'', a patinated and polychromed bronze bust of a Native American man painting his face for war, numbered, signed and dated in the base: 400/450 / Mark Hopkins / (copyright symbol) 94, 15.75'' H x 11.25'' W x 10.125'' D, est: $400/600.

Lot: 1103 - Christopher Pardell (20th century- American)

''Bear's Heart'', Legends Gallery Editions, a polychromed bronze sculpture of a standing Native American (Arapaho) man, raised on a red circular rotating plinth, signed in the bronze: C.A. Pardell, numbered in the bronze: 333/350, inscribed in the

Lot: 1104 - A Navajo third phase-style blanket/rug

Early 20th century, with red, taupe, orange and blue/gray wool, 4'2'' H x 3'8'' W, est: $1200/1800.

Lot: 1105 - A Navajo Germantown eyedazzler

Late 19th/early 20th century, finely woven serrated double-diamond design, of burgundy, green, purple, light blue and cream wool, 5'8.75'' H x 3'9'' W, est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1106 - A Navajo Red Mesa regional rug

Early 20th century, Red Mesa variation, with central double-diamond motif flanked by stepped geometric designs on a natural ground, 5'6.5'' H x 4'2'' W, est: $2000/3000.

Lot: 1107 - A Navajo regional rug

Mid-20th century, central red cross motif on a natural field within multiple borders, 3'3.5'' H x 5'2.25'' W, est: $400/600.

Lot: 1108 - A Navajo regional rug

Mid-20th century, central braided diamond motif with stacked orange corner accents, 2'10'' H x 4'7.5'' W, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1109 - A group of three Navajo weavings

Mid-20th century, including two double saddle blankets and a multi-color saddle blanket, 3 pieces, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1110 - A group of four Navajo Chinle weavings

Second half 20th century, each of striped and abstract motifs, the first: woven by Linda Begay, of gray, brown, red, yellow and cream wool (4'3.25'' H x 2'10.75'' W); the second: woven by Rose John, accompanied by original Butler's, Gallup, NM tag,

Lot: 1111 - Two Navajo regional rugs

Circa 1940s, the first: Wide Ruins pattern of naturally dyed brown, pink, tan, sienna and natural cream wool; the second: a runner with serrated designs of black, gray, cream and tan wool, 2 pieces, the first: 5'7.5'' H x 3'9'' W; the second: 5'1.5''

Lot: 1112 - A group of Nevada green turquoise-set jewelry

The first: apparently unsigned, a silver beaded necklace with five turquoise cabochon-set drops, 16'' L; the second: stamped ''Reeves / Sterling'', a silver and turquoise ring, size 8, 2 pieces, est: $300/500.

Lot: 1113 - A group of Native American jewelry

Comprising a silver rainbow Yei squash blossom-style necklace with conforming rainbow Yei naja drop measuring 2.25'' x 2'', 18'' L; a stamped silver and turquoise teardrop-shaped pendant necklace on chain, the pendant measuring 1.25'' x .875'',

Lot: 1114 - A Victor Cedarstaff silver & gold bolo tie

Circa 1950s, slide with maker's mark of Victor Cedarstaff, further marked ''Sterling / 10K'', and ''Handwrought / Pat. Pend.'', the triangular slide chased and engraved with flowers and foliage centering an applied 10K yellow gold saguaro cactus, on

Lot: 1115 - A group of Western belt buckles and accessories

Comprising two silver and vermeil belt buckles, each stamped ''Silvermex Co. / .925 / Airport'', with matching loops and tips, one set attached to a tooled brown leather belt (the belt: 43'' L); a chased and engraved foliate-motif belt buckle; two

Lot: 1116 - A group lot of Native American jewelry items

Comprising seven bangles with various stamps, hammered and chased motifs, two stamped ''VJP / Sterling'' for maker Vincent John Pinto (Zuni), one stamped ''LAG / Sterling'', one with unidentified symbolic maker's mark further stamped ''Sterling'',

Lot: 1117 - Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000 Austrian)

''Good Morning City - Bleeding Town'', 1970, signed in the plate lower center: Hundertwasser, titled in the plate lower left, numbered in the plate lower left: 6089/10,0000, published by Ars Viva, Zurich, printed by Studio Quattro, screenprint in

Lot: 1118 - William Hemmerdinger (1951-* Los Angeles, CA)

Abstract composition, unsigned, watercolor, oil crayon and gold ink on paper under glass, paper size: 22'' H x 30'' W, est: $1500/2000.

Lot: 1119 - David Aronson (1923-2015 Massachusetts/New York)

A patinated bronze figure of a seated violinist, raised on an integral squared base, signed, numbered and foundry stamped for Joel Meisner in the base: Aronson / 1/12 / jm, 22.625'' H x 11.625'' W x 12.75'' D, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1120 - David Aronson (1923-2015 Massachusetts/New York)

A patinated bronze figure of a seated angel playing the guitar, raised on an integral stepped square base, signed, numbered and foundry stamped for Joel Meisner in the base: Aronson / 5/12 / jm, 31.375'' H x 21'' W x 16.75'' D, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1121 - David Aronson (1923-2015 Massachusetts/New York)

A patinated bronze figure of a winged angel playing the flute, raised on an integral rectangular base, signed, numbered and foundry stamped for Joel Meisner in the base: Aronson / 3/15 / jm, 24'' H x 12.25'' W x 23.75'' D, est: $800/1200.

Lot: 1122 - Alfredo Zalce (1908-2003 Mexican)

''La Danza'', circa 1979, patinated bronze sculpture, standing abstract figure, raised on a cylindrical white plinth, signed in the bronze verso: Alfredo / Zalce, the bronze only: 29.5'' H x 11.25'' W x 6.5'' D, est: $1200/1800.

Lot: 1123 - A polished chrome Sputnik-style chandelier

Contemporary, the central chromed sphere issuing tubular chromed arms, some terminating in clear acrylic spheres, others terminating in cylindrical chromed light sockets, 36'' H x 36'' Dia., est: $1000/2000. Note: Originally purchased from Orange

Lot: 1124 - A group of four Tulip-style bar stools, Thinline

Mid-20th century, each marked for Thinline, Santa Ana, CA, in the style of Eero Saarinen's Tulip Chair, each with a swiveling circular taupe faux suede-upholstered seat over a white cast aluminum tulip-form base, 4 pieces, each: 21.5'' H x 17.125''

Lot: 1125 - A Harrison McIntosh footed pottery bowl

Second half 20th century, signed with impressed chop ''HM'' (Harrison McIntosh, b. 1914, Claremont, CA), retains original studio paper label ''Handthrown / Stoneware / Harrison / McIntosh / Claremont / California'', the circular bowl decorated with

Lot: 1126 - Loredano Rosin (1936-1992 Italian)

A clear glass sculpture depicting two nude female figures raised on an integral rectangular clear glass base, signed on the base: L. Rosin, 25.875'' H x 12'' W x 6'' D, est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1127 - Nicolaas 'Nic'' Jonk (1928-1994 Netherlands)

A patinated bronze sculpture, abstract figural composition, signed and dated in the base: Nic Jonk / 1981, 13.875'' H x 11.5'' W x 7.75'' D, est: $1000/2000.

Lot: 1128 - George Holz (1956-* Catskill, NY)

''Claire with Moosewings'', signed and dated lower right margin: George Holz / 1986, titled lower center margin, toned silver gelatin print on paper under Plexiglas, image size: 18.75'' H x 15'' W, est: $1000/2000. Note: Paper size: 19.75'' H x 16''

Lot: 1129 - John Wimberley (1945-* American)

''Descending Angel'', 1981, signed in the margin lower right: John Wimberley, titled and numbered on the backing board verso: Negative #: 810419D5 / Print #: 138, silver gelatin print on paper laid to board under Plexiglas, paper size: 17.25'' H x

Lot: 1130 - Seven art glass paperweights, Lundberg and Raos

Each of clear and opaque glass, the first: signed for maker Raos, further etched ''1998 New Zealand'', oviform, flowering branch motif; the second: signed for maker Raos, further etched ''1996 New Zealand'', oviform, lily pond motif; the third:

Lot: 1131 - Six art glass paperweights

The first: Scottish, with thistle cane mark and paper ''Scotia'' and ''Made in / Scotland'' labels, snowman and full moon on a dark brown ground; the second: apparently unmarked, snowman and bare tree on a dark blue ground; the third: apparently

Lot: 1132 - Five art glass paperweights and one ink bottle

The first: 1976, Scottish, ''P'' cane maker's mark for maker Perthshire, paperweight with figural canes and millefiori on a blue and white muslin ground; the second: ''B'' can maker's mark likely for Baccarat, paperweight with millefiori flowers on a

Lot: 1133 - A group of sterling silver-clad shell salt dips

Late 20th century, each marked ''925'' for sterling silver, each silver-clad snail shell salt dip raised on a conforming silver pedestal base, 6 pieces, each approximately: 2.375'' H x 2.25'' W x 1.75'' D, est: $200/400.

Lot: 1134 - A silver-clad Rookwood Pottery vase, E.T. Hurley

1903, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numerals ''III'', further impressed ''907D'', incised ''ETH'' mark for Edward T. Hurley and ''G'', the baluster-form vase with a silver-clad rim atop a sea green-glazed body,

Lot: 1135 - A Rookwood Pottery vase, John Dee Wareham

1901, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ''RP'' monogram and flame marks over Roman numeral ''I'', further impressed ''907C'', incised ''JDW'' mark for John Dee Wareham, the baluster-form vase decorated with three swimming fish on a lavender, sea green,

Lot: 1136 - Peter Ellenshaw (1913-2007 Santa Barbara, CA)

Rocky coastal, signed and dated lower left: Peter Ellenshaw 63, oil on canvas, 12'' H x 16'' W, est: $1000/1500.

Lot: 1137 - A mechanical ship model, ''Sea Witch''

Contemporary, constructed by Lockheed Aeronautical engineer Willian E. Norman, a mechanized model of the ''Sea Witch'', an American clipper ship, encased in a lacquered birch wood glazed shadowbox, floating on a semi-opaque Plexiglas ocean above a

Lot: 1138 - Five Daum and Steuben art glass animals

20th century, each of clear glass, the first: signed ''Daum'', an abstract angelfish raised on an integral squared base; the second: signed ''Daum / France'', a trumpeting elephant; the third: signed ''Steuben'', a seated fox, catalog #8583, designed

Lot: 1139 - A group of three Daum and Steuben glass cats

20th century, each of clear glass, the first: signed ''Daum'', a large seated cat; the second: signed ''Steuben / SHS / 1988'' for Steuben Heritage Series, a tall somewhat abstracted seated cat, catalog #8102, designed by Donald Pollard in 1960; the

Lot: 1140 - A group of three Lalique art glass cats

Each of frosted colorless glass, the first: signed ''Lalique France'', seated cat (8.25'' H x 4.24'' W x 6.5'' D); the second: signed ''Lalique France'', crouching cat (4.25'' H x 4.5'' W x 9.25'' D); the third: signed to base ''Lalique France'',

Lot: 1141 - Steuben "Excalibur" paperweights & paper knives

Mid-20th century, each cut crystal paperweight signed ''Steuben'', the hilt of each paper knife marked ''Sterling'' and ''Steuben / 18K'', each sterling silver sword-form paper knife with an 18K gold-wrapped handle, comprising three paper knives and

Lot: 1142 - Steuben art glass & 14K gold unicorn bust

Second half 20th century, etched signature to underside ''Steuben'', the horn stamped ''18k S'', a clear crystal bust of a unicorn with gold horn and crown, catalog #1004, designed circa 1965 by James Houston, with original box, 7.125'' H x 5.625'' W

Lot: 1143 - Steuben art glass & 14K gold ''Golden Butterfly''

Second half 20th century, etched signature ''Steuben'', butterfly stamped ''14K / Steuben'', a clear glass mushroom with air bubbles throughout the cap, surmounted by a gold butterfly, catalog #1001, designed by James Houston, with original box,




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