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Auctioneer Winter Associates, Inc. 860-793-0288
Auction Date Dec 05 Auction
Location
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Plainville, CT
Time 06:30PM
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Lot: 1 - Pair C.G. Schierholz & Sohn (Plaue, Thuringia,

Pair C.G. Schierholz & Sohn (Plaue, Thuringia, Germany) porcelain figural 4-light candelabra, each with three arms radiating from foliate standard on shaped base, each standard with two cavorting cherubs and trails of multicolored flowers adorning

Lot: 2 - Late 19th/early 20th C. novelty mantle clock

Late 19th/early 20th C. novelty mantle clock depicting monkey barber, gimbal supported brass case hangs above round base molded with vide poche, enameled dial depicting central vignette where monkey in human clothing attempts to shave seated

Lot: 3 - Four desk accessories: Colonial Williamsburg

Four desk accessories: Colonial Williamsburg reproduction tea caddy, mahogany bombe case with hinged lid opens to reveal four compartments, "CW" monogram appears interior center well as well as fire-stamped underside base, brass swing handle and key

Lot: 4 - Julius Schmidt Felling (German, 1835-1920), bronze

Julius Schmidt Felling (German, 1835-1920), bronze sculpture depicting young boy in clogs holding a rake behind his back, foundry mark and signed on base verso, mounted onto a marble plinth, some surface scratching, base with some scattered chipping,

Lot: 5 - ASIAN: Pair Chinese ceramic Anhua or hidden

ASIAN: Pair Chinese ceramic Anhua or hidden decoration vases, probably Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), milky blue glaze over incised dragons, flames, and clouds, six character mark incised under each base, one with collection/inventory label, each comes on

Lot: 6 - 19th C. Wedgwood "Willow" pattern monumental fish

19th C. Wedgwood "Willow" pattern monumental fish platter in unusual Imari palette, cream ground with transfer and hand-painted orange, cobalt blue, gold, and yellow accents, central scene depicting pagodas in mountainous landscape, rim decorated

Lot: 7 - GLASS: Early 19th C. deep bluish green/aquamarine

GLASS: Early 19th C. deep bluish green/aquamarine glass bottle, c. 1830, McKearnin GVIII-29, body with elongated 12-pointed sunburst in sunken oval panel with vertical ribbing overall, smooth base with early paper label, 7 1/8" h. [The Taylor

Lot: 8 - Tiffany & Co. "Tiffany Holiday" dinnerware,

Tiffany & Co. "Tiffany Holiday" dinnerware, thirteen pieces, white ground decorated with holly bunches, pine cones, acorns, yellow pears, and gilt-edged scarlet ribbons: round serving platter, 12" dia.; six dinner plates, 10 1/8" dia.; and six bread

Lot: 9 - Griswold Mfg. Co. (Brie, PA) rabbit form ice cream

Griswold Mfg. Co. (Brie, PA) rabbit form ice cream mold, #863, engraved with manufacturer and series information on larger mold half, two halves currently attached by wire tie near tail, expected wear including rust, 11 1/4" h. x 11" w. x 4 3/4" d.

Lot: 10 - Pair Meissen type Schneeballen (snowball) vases

Pair Meissen type Schneeballen (snowball) vases mounted as two-light table lamps with elaborate fruit, flower, and bird decoration, vasiform bodies with white floral ground entwined with applied bas and full relief vines, leaves, blossoms, grapes,

Lot: 11 - Tavern table, New Hampshire, c. 1750-1800, oak,

Tavern table, New Hampshire, c. 1750-1800, oak, maple, and pine, rectangular single board breadboard top, straight chamfered legs on box stretcher base, history of red paint, several large splits to top, later battens, expected surface wear, 25 3/8"

Lot: 12 - English needlework, "Rebecca at the Well", c. 1800

English needlework, "Rebecca at the Well", c. 1800 - 1825, wool, silk and silk chenille yarns on silk, with hand-painted faces and sky, classic composition of figures with well and tree in foreground, town and fields in background, oval in eglomise

Lot: 13 - American School, 19th C., oil on canvas, primitive

American School, 19th C., oil on canvas, primitive hanging game birds, smaller yellow and blue with larger brown with L shaped composition, shaded background, "W. Mackem" written in pencil on frame verso, 1" patch UL corner, numerous small damages

Lot: 14 - ASIAN: 19th/20th C. Tibetan bronze sculpture of

ASIAN: 19th/20th C. Tibetan bronze sculpture of one of fierce Buddhist deities, probably Vajrapani, overall gilt finish with hand-painted red details, deity depicted in human form on lotus petal base in aggressive stance, figure adorned with

Lot: 15 - Queen Anne side chair, Connecticut, cherry and

Queen Anne side chair, Connecticut, cherry and maple, raking backrest and back legs, rush seat, box stretcher, turned front legs terminating in Spanish feet, furniture scholar Robert Trent dates chair to c. 1750-1780, original pegs, front left leg

Lot: 16 - 19th C. color lithograph, "New-York in 1852",

19th C. color lithograph, "New-York in 1852", depicting panoramic view of steam paddleboats and sailboats navigating in and out of bustling seafront harbor, pencil signed "L. Olugier" LL, pencil inscribed "8" and "350" LL, work title printed in block

Lot: 17 - JEWERLY, 14K gold and coral pins, six pieces: 14K:

JEWERLY, 14K gold and coral pins, six pieces: 14K: bar pin with foliate relief, 2" l.; egg shaped pin mount; and ivy form applique, one detached piece included (combined weight 11 dwt or 17.2 gms); along with tested gold and coral 3-pc suite of pins,

Lot: 18 - American Windsor stool, birch and pine, square

American Windsor stool, birch and pine, square plank seat with in-cut corners, turned legs with chipping decoration throughout, furniture scholar Robert Trent identifies as Fairfield County, CT, c. 1780-1800, expected surface wear including

Lot: 19 - Albertus E. Jones (American, 1882-1957), oil on

Albertus E. Jones (American, 1882-1957), oil on canvas, signed LR, depiction of a farm scene set against rolling green hills and a blue sky, unframed, foxing on reverse, several surface scratches/abrasions near edge, 20" h. x 24" w. [Sold to benefit

Lot: 20 - WEAPONS, two late 19th C. Continental swords: 1871

WEAPONS, two late 19th C. Continental swords: 1871 Chassepot type bayonet tip sword, engraved "St. Etienne, 8bre 1871" along inner edge of blade, numerous maker''s, inspection, and metal lot marks engraved at ricasso and crossguard, ribbed brass

Lot: 21 - 18th/19th C. hand-blown clear glass stemware,

18th/19th C. hand-blown clear glass stemware, thirty-five pieces, variety of shapes and sizes, one with foliate etched decoration, some ribbed, smooth and open pontil mark bases, some with paper labels under bases, scattered flakes and chips, one

Lot: 22 - French "Marquis" type chair or chaise lounge,

French "Marquis" type chair or chaise lounge, three M-shaped horizontal slats, round brass-capped finials, caned seat, turned front legs and shaped stretchers, box side and back stretchers, comes with custom pink plaid seat cushion embroidered with

Lot: 23 - Two primitive decorative arts: early small

Two primitive decorative arts: early small cabinet, panel door attached by wire hinges over single drawer, missing knob, 9 1/2" h. x 7 1/2" w. x 7 1/2" d.; along with foot warmer, minor loss to one corner, 5 3/4" h. x 9" w. x 7 3/4" d. [The

Lot: 24 - Four lamps: Chinese porcelain vase converted to

Four lamps: Chinese porcelain vase converted to lamp and electrified, polychrome floral scene with birds, on carved and footed wooden base, brass finial, marked China on base, flea bites to ceramic finish, scratches to base, 22" h.; clear blown glass

Lot: 25 - RUG: Kazak carpet, cherry red ground, geometric

RUG: Kazak carpet, cherry red ground, geometric medallion at center, almond borders, accent colors of light green, medium blue and marine blue, 6'' l. x 8''7" w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 26 - Hepplewhite style Beacon Hill Collection game

Hepplewhite style Beacon Hill Collection game table, mahogany with banding, shaped demi-lune flip top, serpentine front adorned with urn inlay at center, straight tapering legs, back gatelegs, early paper label at back listing table as #297 in the

Lot: 27 - 19th C. American School oil on canvas, floral

19th C. American School oil on canvas, floral still life with wide array of flowers including morning glories, tiger lilies, goldenrod, and black-eyed susans arranged in twig and moss basket with overhanging ivy, naturalistic foreground with

Lot: 28 - CLOCKS: English and American clocks, two pieces:

CLOCKS: English and American clocks, two pieces: first an early 20th C. English ship''s clock, round brass case with beveled glass cover, badly flaking and discolored painted dial with Roman numerals, comes with winding mechanism, approximately 10

Lot: 29 - 19th C. chest painted with later Pennsylvania

19th C. chest painted with later Pennsylvania Dutch type decoration, canted front corners, three drawers of graduated size, case grained in two-tone herring bone pattern and hand-painted with hyacinth, blue marguerites, and tulips, side panels

Lot: 30 - ASIAN: Diminutive 19th/20th C. bronze figure of

ASIAN: Diminutive 19th/20th C. bronze figure of Ganesha on oval base, Hindu Lord of Success depicted with crowned elephant head, four arms holding attributes, and prosperous pot belly, 3 1/8" h.

Lot: 31 - BOOK: Doves Bindery, Frederick Locker,

BOOK: Doves Bindery, Frederick Locker, "Patchwork", London, 1879, 12mo, full brown polished calf leather binding with gilt foliate decoration and banding, "The Doves Bindery/19C-S00" label inside back cover, pencil inscriptions in front and back, top

Lot: 32 - JEWELRY: Small collection of earrings, pins,

JEWELRY: Small collection of earrings, pins, rings, etc., 10-14K gold, sterling, and silver, 10+ pieces: 10K: pin, two pearls flanking center 0.05 ct diamond, 1 1/2" w.; monogrammed pinkie ring (all items weighed: 4.7 gms or 3.1 dwt); 14K: pair opal

Lot: 33 - BOOKS, two 19th C. American cookbooks: first by

BOOKS, two 19th C. American cookbooks: first by William Kitchiner, M.D., "The Cook''s Oracle; and Housekeeper''s Manual…", New York, 1831, 7 1/4" h. x 4 1/2" w. x 1 1/2" d.; along with W.A. Henderson, "Modern Domestic Cookery and Useful

Lot: 34 - Three pieces of 19th C. salt-glazed stoneware:

Three pieces of 19th C. salt-glazed stoneware: advertising jar stamped "Mrs. G.B. Miller Tobacconist, No. 110 Water St, New York" at shoulder, scattered glaze loss, 14 1/4" h.; 2-gallon jug with applied handle, cobalt stamped "J.S. Taft, & Co.,

Lot: 35 - BOOKS: Manuscript of Account Books, three pieces:

BOOKS: Manuscript of Account Books, three pieces: first a General Store Ledger, 53 pages, 1863 - 1864; second an Account Book "Pumps Sent from West Randolph, VT, 116 pages, 1885 - 1897, and third a Ledger of printed receipts, circa 1850, mostly

Lot: 36 - "Heart & Crown" banister back rockerized arm

"Heart & Crown" banister back rockerized arm chair, Stratford, CT possibly Salmon Shop, c. 1750, maple, tulip poplar, and ash with later Victorian ebonized finish with gilt banding, turned stiles, legs, and stretchers, rush seat with some loss, crest

Lot: 37 - 18th/19th C. metalware including pewter, copper,

18th/19th C. metalware including pewter, copper, and brass, six pieces: Thomas Badger (Boston, MA, 1737-1815) pewter charger, partially legible stamps verso, 15" dia.; Leonard Reed & Barton pewter dish, stamped verso, warped rim, 10" dia.; Wood &

Lot: 38 - Unusual 18th C. American candle stand, c. 1730,

Unusual 18th C. American candle stand, c. 1730, maple, two-part standard with tapered rectangular slide secured by two later pewter collars, tripod base with turned legs, some splitting to standard, replaced two-light sconce arm, approximately 21" h.

Lot: 39 - Milton E. Simons (American, c. 1830s, active in

Milton E. Simons (American, c. 1830s, active in NY), oil on canvas, portrait of seated woman holding red book inscribed "B. Blakeslee" on cover, sitter dressed in black silk gown with gigot sleeves, lace fichu, gold brooch and pendant earrings, and

Lot: 40 - Early American butterfly tavern table frame with

Early American butterfly tavern table frame with alterations to top, butterfly supports, and drawer, pine with possibly butternut, single drawer with trapezoidal front, oval top formed when deep leaves are extended, turned splayed legs on stretcher

Lot: 41 - Three 19th/20th C. splint baskets of graduated

Three 19th/20th C. splint baskets of graduated size, two square and one oblong: larger square initialed "T.S.T." along flat arched handle, uneven varnish, 14 1/4" h.; smaller square 11 1/4" h.; along with rectangular, some breaks at rim, 11 3/8" h.

Lot: 42 - Late 18th/early 19th C. American yarn winder or

Late 18th/early 19th C. American yarn winder or knitty noddy, mahogany, chamfered decoration to standard terminals, minor surface alligatoring, 18 5/8" l. [The Taylor Collection]

Lot: 43 - Georgian dining table with double pedestal base,

Georgian dining table with double pedestal base, 19th C., rectangular top with molded edge and 21 1/2" leaf, turned pedestal base with urn shaped standard and three saber legs with fluting terminating in elaborately stamped floral motif metal caps

Lot: 44 - ASIAN, three 20th/21st C. Japanese or after

ASIAN, three 20th/21st C. Japanese or after Japanese swords: two Japanese tanto or short swords, one with pierced cast-iron sword guard and copper pommel, sponge decorated and ebonized scabbard with splitting, sword measures 29 1/2" l., the other

Lot: 45 - RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Mashad carpet, garnet

RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Mashad carpet, garnet ground, elaborate floral medallion, numerous accent colors of yellow, burnt orange, forest green, chocolate, etc., two fringe ends, 7''10" l. x 11''3" w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND

Lot: 46 - Ten Hepplewhite style shield back dining chairs,

Ten Hepplewhite style shield back dining chairs, two armchairs and eight side, mahogany, wheat and bellflower design splat, inlaid disc design to back and knees, fluted legs with spade feet, upholstered seat with polychrome floral design and blue

Lot: 47 - Victor Heinrich Seifert (German, 1870-1953),

Victor Heinrich Seifert (German, 1870-1953), bronze sculpture depicting Art Nouveau female figure holding a watering can, signed on base with foundry mark, mounted on green marble plinth, New Britain Museum of American Art gallery tag attached, some

Lot: 48 - After Ambroise L. Garneray (French, 1783-1857),

After Ambroise L. Garneray (French, 1783-1857), "Vue de Baltimore", aquatint depicting view of early 19th C. coastal city from hilltop vantage point, "Garneray, sc." appears outside of image LR, mid-20th C. label from Livingston Galleries (NY)

Lot: 49 - Black Americana, "Jolly Nigger" mechanical coin

Black Americana, "Jolly Nigger" mechanical coin bank, c. 1880s, painted cast-iron head and bust of black man, when spur behind figure''s left shoulder is pressed down, right hand lodges penny in open mouth and eyes roll back in head, figure dressed

Lot: 50 - Nathaniel "Nathan" Dolinsky (Russian-American,

Nathaniel "Nathan" Dolinsky (Russian-American, 1890-1980), "Dream Garden", oil on canvas depicting ornamental garden with stone-laid fountain, urns, and lion statuary, signed "Nathan Dolinsky" LL, top stretcher scored with work title and dimensions,

Lot: 51 - GLASS: Early deep amber oval demijohn bottle, c.

GLASS: Early deep amber oval demijohn bottle, c. 1830-50, string-ring laid about 1/4" below plain lip, long tapering neck and bulbous body, pontil mark, quart size, nice wear to base, 10 7/8" h. [The Taylor Collection]

Lot: 52 - Mary Roberts Ebert (Connecticut, 1873-1956), oil

Mary Roberts Ebert (Connecticut, 1873-1956), oil on board depicting fishing boats, piers and background cityscape in tones of yellow, tan, orange and violet, signed LR, in gilded frame, scrapes and nail hole to right border, loss to UR corner,

Lot: 53 - American screw-top candle stand, maple with rich

American screw-top candle stand, maple with rich brown finish, pair tin sockets on single arm lowered and raised on adjustable corkscrew standard, round table, turned standard, splayed tripod base, furniture scholar Robert Trent identifies as western

Lot: 54 - Five panel lithophane shade on a Sandwich type

Five panel lithophane shade on a Sandwich type glass fluid lamp, shades by Prensaich Porzellan Manufaktur Co., 1875-99, in metal frame with stamped and pierced trim, electrified, four shades with figural scenes and one of a lake with inscription

Lot: 55 - William Rickarby Miller (American, 1818-1893),

William Rickarby Miller (American, 1818-1893), "Millertown, NY", watercolor on paper depicting woodland stream, signed "W.R. Miller" and titled LR, laid down, isolated area of craquelure and paint loss UR, matted and framed behind glass, examined out

Lot: 56 - ASIAN: Two Chinese probably Ming Dynasty

ASIAN: Two Chinese probably Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) bronze figures: first a standing horse, missing right ear, repaired back left leg, 8 1/2" h. x 7 1/2" l.; along with a seated Guandi, loss to right headdress flap and back, 5 1/2" h., both fitted

Lot: 57 - In the manner of Frederic Sackrider Remington

In the manner of Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909), etching depicting black jockey on race horse with cropped tail, signed "Frederic Remington" in stone LR, late 19th C. paper label from Boston, MA on frame backing, laid down, light

Lot: 58 - Early 20th C. tall case clock, mahogany case with

Early 20th C. tall case clock, mahogany case with carved shell motifs at trunk spandrels and center base, time and strike, moving moon phase dial decorated with marine scene, dial with raised Arabic numerals, signed and numbered Heckles #303

Lot: 59 - JEWELRY: Assortment of ethnic pieces including

JEWELRY: Assortment of ethnic pieces including necklaces, earrings, and hair accessories, 10+ pieces total: silver snake form belt, modeled head inset with red eyes, mesh body, and tapering tail, 48" l.; bell adorned double rope necklace and single

Lot: 60 - Camel back sofa, 20th C., cream colored silk

Camel back sofa, 20th C., cream colored silk damask upholstery, roll arms, three removable seat cushions, six straight legs with stretcher bar, stains to back and seat, loose threads, expected wear including scratches, 34 1/2" h. x 85" w. x 31" d.

Lot: 61 - Anton Kamp (American, 1898-1984/85), "Cornwall

Anton Kamp (American, 1898-1984/85), "Cornwall Bridge", oil on canvas depicting view upstream of the Housatonic River including iconic red covered bridge of West Cornwall, CT, signed LR, title inscribed in black sharpie marker and estate stamp "From

Lot: 62 - SILVER: 4-pc sterling silver tea set by Manchester

SILVER: 4-pc sterling silver tea set by Manchester Silver Co. (Providence, RI), tapered octagonal shape with urn finials and oval ringed bases, monogrammed "HDS", marked sterling with crown and cross hallmark to base: largest teapot, marked "669",

Lot: 63 - RUG: Serapi runner, ruby red ground, three

RUG: Serapi runner, ruby red ground, three medallions at center, navy-black border, accent colors of teal, olive, light blue and cream, two fringe ends, 2''6" l. x 9''9" w.

Lot: 64 - 19th/20th C. blacksmith themed accessories, five

19th/20th C. blacksmith themed accessories, five pieces: brass doorstop depicting aproned smith wielding long mallet, isolated corrosion and verdigris, 8 1/4" h.; pair unmarked cast-iron bookends depicting smith with horse shoe decorated anvils, 6

Lot: 65 - Isaac Porter (American, 20th C.), oil on board,

Isaac Porter (American, 20th C.), oil on board, "Martha''s Vineyard," summer landscape depicting single central cottage resting among heavy foliage and rolling hills, signed LL, in carved and painted wooden frame, New Britain Museum of American Art

Lot: 66 - Windsor fan back side chair, shoreline CT, c. 1790

Windsor fan back side chair, shoreline CT, c. 1790 - 1800, oak, maple, ash, and white pine, pointed ears, six-spindled back rest, saddle seat with exaggerated rake at front corners, turned splayed legs and medial stretcher, underside of seat with

Lot: 67 - WEAPON: Iron Age Luristan (Persia) bronze short

WEAPON: Iron Age Luristan (Persia) bronze short sword, 11th - 7th C. B.C.E., tapering blade with raised line at center of either side, columnar grip with bulge near top, mushroom shaped pommel, overall green patina, some areas of loss or corrosion,

Lot: 68 - Assortment of hand- and machine-made Brussels,

Assortment of hand- and machine-made Brussels, Carrickmacross, and Brandenburg lace including examples of crochet, applique, and tape lace, mid-19th to 20th C., 25+ pieces, mostly collars, dress trimmings, lingerie remnants, and linens, notable items

Lot: 69 - WEAPON: Civil War era Remington New Model

WEAPON: Civil War era Remington New Model revolver, c. 1865, brass trigger guard, company name engraved at top of barrel, patent information almost completely worn away, six chambers, loss to left side of stock, broken off hammer spur and locked up

Lot: 70 - After Francis G. Turner (British, c. 1782-1846)

After Francis G. Turner (British, c. 1782-1846) and engraved by George A. Turner (British, 1821-1845), "Battue Shooting", c. 1840, color aquatint depicting hunting party in glen, published in London by William Spooner, heavy foxing to image and mat,

Lot: 71 - WEAPON: Early 19th C. Sharpe flintlock pistol, c.

WEAPON: Early 19th C. Sharpe flintlock pistol, c. 1820-30s, brass and iron mounts, foliate and star decoration incised as accents, engraved "Sharpe" on right plate and "Extra Sharpe Proof" at top of barrel, warm brown patina, detached lock included,

Lot: 72 - American drop leaf dining table, 18th C. elements

American drop leaf dining table, 18th C. elements and restorations, birch and maple, original scrubbed oval top with one 19th C. replaced leaf, splaying legs on box stretcher base, hidden boxed-in double draw bar leaf supports, history of hinges,

Lot: 73 - Early 19th C. redware manganese decorated ovoid

Early 19th C. redware manganese decorated ovoid jar, glossy red glazed surface with black patches, lug handles at shoulder, some rim damage including hairlines and shallow flakes, expected glaze wear and light scratches, 10 1/2" h., 7 7/8" dia.

Lot: 74 - 19th C. unframed American School portrait, c.

19th C. unframed American School portrait, c. 1830, depicting older woman in black-ribboned white cap, black silk gown, and blue shawl with hands clasped in her lap, figure seated near open window framed by red curtain exposing mountainous landscape,

Lot: 75 - JEWELRY, mostly Victorian, 15+ pieces, including

JEWELRY, mostly Victorian, 15+ pieces, including pins, pierced earrings, and pendants: 1915 Joan of Arc Statue Unveiling commemorative pin in Tiffany & Co. box; 3-pc suite, painted wooden daisy chain brooch and pair earrings, one with detached hoop

Lot: 76 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Qingbai bowl, probably Yuan

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Qingbai bowl, probably Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368), pale bluish-green glaze with black speckles, interior molded with key pattern, collection/inventory label on underside, hairlines, wooden stand with one chipped prong, bowl 5

Lot: 77 - SILVER: Mostly 20th C. sterling silver monogrammed

SILVER: Mostly 20th C. sterling silver monogrammed hollow ware, twelve pieces: S. Kirk & Son water pitcher, 9 3/4" h.; two plates: larger Ellmore, 10 3/8" dia.; smaller with pierced rim, 8 1/4" dia.; three bowls: largest F. Bucher & Sons with

Lot: 78 - 19th C. oil on canvas, possibly Italian, portrait

19th C. oil on canvas, possibly Italian, portrait of a woman in three quarter profile, adorned in veil and flowers, earrings and pink dress, unsigned, in elaborately molded frame with gilded interior trim, faint traces of craquelure, small loss of

Lot: 79 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Shiwan vase, Ming-Qing

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Shiwan vase, Ming-Qing Dynasty (1368-1911), red glaze over pale green underglaze on molded round body decorated with the eight trigrams, comes on wooden stand, expected surface wear, 3 1/2" h. excluding stand.

Lot: 80 - WEAPONS, two 19th/20th C. swords with pierced

WEAPONS, two 19th/20th C. swords with pierced sword guards: c. 1850 U.S. pattern sword, likely imported blade, burlap twine wrapped grip partly unwound, expected wear due to missing scabbard, 36 3/8" l. tip to button; along with more recent copy of

Lot: 81 - Chippendale tea table with elaborately carved

Chippendale tea table with elaborately carved shell edge, tilt top, fluting to baluster turned standard with foliate motif carving, carved knees over cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, checking, metal spider, past repairs, refinished, 26 1/2" h.

Lot: 82 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Jun dish, Song-Yuan Dynasty

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Jun dish, Song-Yuan Dynasty (960-1368), sky blue glaze, round with rolled lip, collection/inventory label on underside, surface scratches and two flat chips under rim, wooden tripod stand, dish 4 3/4" dia.

Lot: 83 - RUG: Oushak carpet, slate grey ground, almond

RUG: Oushak carpet, slate grey ground, almond major border, geometric floral designs, accent colors of teal, grey and light green., 9''1" l. x 12'' w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 84 - ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese throne arm chair with

ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese throne arm chair with rosewood finish, elaborately carved and pierced dragon form back rest, pair full relief dragon head arm terminals, and winged bird form knees, shaped plank seat, expected surface wear including isolated

Lot: 85 - ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese statue of standing man on

ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese statue of standing man on stylized pine tree base, cast bronze with gilt decoration, bearded figure depicted in robes holding child carrying lotus flower in outstretched left hand, robes decorated with transfer printed

Lot: 86 - ASIAN: Two Japanese woodblock prints with hand

ASIAN: Two Japanese woodblock prints with hand coloring, framed behind glass: first is a diptych of priests conjuring a dragon by the sea, a deity watches from above, without chop mark, toning, newer mat and frame, frame size: 10 1/4" h. x 12 1/4"

Lot: 87 - ASIAN: 19th C. Japanese monumental bronze censor,

ASIAN: 19th C. Japanese monumental bronze censor, covered urn raised on tripod base and round foot, overall dark brown patina, full and bas relief decoration of cherry blossoms, chrysanthemums, butterflies, and songbirds throughout, pierced cover

Lot: 88 - ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese stand, round top with

ASIAN: 20th C. Chinese stand, round top with in-cut stretcher shelf, quadruped base with scroll feet, ebonized wood carved with stylized elephant head knees and decorated with stylized clouds, water, flowers, and spider webs, paper label located

Lot: 89 - ASIAN: 20th C. statue of standing Guanyin on

ASIAN: 20th C. statue of standing Guanyin on flower form pedestal, painted and plastered wood, deity is depicted in headdress, blue skirt, and red scarf with her right hand giving the Warding Off Evil gesture (Tarjani Mudra), expected surface loss to

Lot: 90 - ASIAN: Two "spun thread" glass panels, possibly

ASIAN: Two "spun thread" glass panels, possibly Chinese and from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), depicting carp swimming through underwater vegetation including coral, minor isolated loss to both panels, one panel with three areas of loss extending

Lot: 91 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic celadon vase, Qing Dynasty

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic celadon vase, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), bottle form body with pale green glaze over incised foliate and foo lion decoration, apocryphal Chenghua reign mark in underglaze blue on base, collection/inventory label on underside,

Lot: 92 - Eastlake 2-pc hutch, c. 1890s, oak elaborately

Eastlake 2-pc hutch, c. 1890s, oak elaborately carved with geometric, egg and dart, scroll, foliate, rosette, and shell motifs incised and in relief, stepback upper case with mirrored back comprised of central cabinet with swing door containing two

Lot: 93 - SILVER: 3-pc sterling silver Gorham tea set,

SILVER: 3-pc sterling silver Gorham tea set, pattern A5005, reeded decoration to sides, flat geometric handles, monogrammed ''NBO'', marked on base: teapot with wooden handle, missing wooden ring to finial, 7.4 oz, 5 1/2" h.; uncovered sugar with

Lot: 94 - Eastlake side table, walnut, oblong top, incised

Eastlake side table, walnut, oblong top, incised geometric decoration to apron, cross hatching and foliate scroll decoration throughout quadruped base, claw feet raised on castors, minor loss to one apron corner, one side apron trim bent slightly

Lot: 95 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Jun bowl, Song-Yuan Dynasty

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Jun bowl, Song-Yuan Dynasty (960-1368), sky blue crackled glaze with purple splash interior, calligraphic mark on base in black, collection/inventory label on underside, small chip to inner rim, comes with pierced and elevated

Lot: 96 - R. Benjamin Jones (20th C., Maryland), oil on

R. Benjamin Jones (20th C., Maryland), oil on board, Andrew Wyeth style window scene, sunlit stone façade with asymmetrical window composition, signed LR, matted and framed behind glass, wear to frame, not examined out of frame, ss: 9" h. x 13

Lot: 97 - Early 20th C. circus prop, painted papier mache

Early 20th C. circus prop, painted papier mache ventriloquist head on rubber wrapped handle, life size head realistically molded and painted, inset with bloodshot glass eyes, and fitted with artificial auburn wig, upper lip fixed but lower lip moves

Lot: 98 - John Maddock & Sons, "Majestic" pattern,

John Maddock & Sons, "Majestic" pattern, dinnerware, one hundred forty two pieces, polychrome floral pattern with red and blue accents and gilded trim, most with brown stamp verso, pieces include: six egg cups; one gravy boat; one creamer; seven

Lot: 99 - ASIAN: Two early Chinese ceramic pieces with pale

ASIAN: Two early Chinese ceramic pieces with pale glaze: first a bowl, probably Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), gray glaze below unglazed rim, molded foliate and Greek key design interior, speckled exterior, broken in half and repaired, on wooden stand,

Lot: 100 - Cocktail table with tray top design by Wellington

Cocktail table with tray top design by Wellington Hall, 20th C., molded edge with flanking pierced handles over eight tapered and ringed cylindrical supports, cross-hatched stretcher bars, makers label verso, rubber stoppers to feet, minor damages to

Lot: 101 - Leonard Mizerek (American, 20th C.),"Mill Pond

Leonard Mizerek (American, 20th C.),"Mill Pond Morning", oil on canvas board depicting island cottage and rowboat moored in summertime lake, signed "Mizerek" LR, pen inscribed with artist''s name and work title verso, not examined out of frame, ss:

Lot: 102 - SILVER including jewelry and spoons, twelve

SILVER including jewelry and spoons, twelve pieces, including 925, 830, etc.: sterling: monogrammed cane cap; monogrammed child''s spoon, bowl engraved "The child that is born on the Sabbath Day is blythe [sic] and bonnie, good and gay", stamped

Lot: 103 - American cupboard, pine and tulip poplar, paneled

American cupboard, pine and tulip poplar, paneled door with H and strip hinges opens to reveal three inner shelves, green paint visible interior door, applied molding to cornice, bootjack supports, furniture scholar Robert Trent attributes as

Lot: 104 - ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic vessels from the Ming

ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic vessels from the Ming and Ming-Qing Dynasties (1368-1911): first a cream covered ginger jar, Ming (1368-1644), blue bird, insect, and foliate decoration under crackled glaze, two repairs to rim, lines to base, minor damage

Lot: 105 - SILVER: Flatware and serving pieces, thirty-one

SILVER: Flatware and serving pieces, thirty-one pieces total, including Stieff Colonial Williamsburg reproduction and the following marked sterling: seven napkin rings ranging from oval, round, oblong, beaded, chased, inscribed, dated, and

Lot: 106 - GLASS, demijohn bottle and historical flask, two

GLASS, demijohn bottle and historical flask, two pieces: the first an oval olive green demijohn bottle, c. 1860-70, squat neck with ring laid below plain lip, bulbous body, smooth and slightly depressed base, possibly 4-5 gallons, rough rim, 17 1/4"

Lot: 107 - Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Federal style

Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Federal style sideboard, mahogany with string banding and paterae inlay, serpentine front with conforming drawers, tandem short drawers flanking divided long drawer, over four cabinet doors opening to reveal

Lot: 108 - ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramics: first a Cizhou

ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramics: first a Cizhou jarlet, Song-Yuan Dynasty (960-1368), white glazed body with brown foliate decoration at shoulder, collection/inventory label on underside, 3 1/2" h.; along with a Chinese cup, possibly Han Dynasty (206

Lot: 109 - Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Federal style

Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Federal style dining table with two leaves: mahogany table with string banding and gadrooned inlay along apron, oblong top, four straight tapering legs at corners and two legged single pedestal at center, original

Lot: 110 - Attributed to Ernest Ludvig Ipsen (American,

Attributed to Ernest Ludvig Ipsen (American, 1869-1951), oil on canvas, "Portrait of Edward H. Davison," portrait depicting a seated older and distinguished-looking gentleman holding a book in one hand and his glasses in other, no visible signature,

Lot: 111 - Six Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD)

Six Potthast Bros., Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Chippendale style dining chairs, two arm and six side, mahogany, each with rounded ears, pierced vertical splat, cream upholstered slip seat cushions, straight tapering front legs, raking back legs, and

Lot: 112 - ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic pieces possibly from

ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic pieces possibly from the Tang Dynasty (618-907), both with brown, cream, and green glazes: first a Sancai jar, ovoid body, flat chip underside base, glaze degraded, possibly missing lid, 5 1/2" h.; along with a Sancai bull

Lot: 113 - SILVER: 20th C. Queen Anne style similar

SILVER: 20th C. Queen Anne style similar monogrammed sterling silver hollow ware, eleven pieces: 3-pc coffee service engraved "RB R 11": coffee pot with ivory/bone bands, slight bend to one of rim scallops, 8 7/8" h., sugar, and creamer; as well as

Lot: 114 - Collection of 20th C. enameled pill and patch

Collection of 20th C. enameled pill and patch boxes featuring Halcyon Days and London museum reproductions, eighteen pieces total, oval, round, square, and cylindrical, with hinged and screw tops: Halcyon Days: "The Best is Yet to Come", #209;

Lot: 115 - "Village Church", oil on board, depicts white

"Village Church", oil on board, depicts white Colonial style buildings by marshy pond in summer, illegibly signed LL, possibly "G. Phimupats", titled verso, in elaborately carved gilt frame, minor loss and wear to frame, not examined out of frame,

Lot: 116 - Tilt top table, Queen Anne style, disc inlay at

Tilt top table, Queen Anne style, disc inlay at center with stringing throughout, baluster turned standard, tripod base with cabriole legs with slipper feet, minor checking, surface wear including minor damages to top, 27" h. x 24" diam.

Lot: 117 - SILVER: 19th/20th C. sterling flatware by Dominick

SILVER: 19th/20th C. sterling flatware by Dominick & Haff, Gorham, Alvin, and other makers in small matched groups, forty-nine pieces total: twenty-two pieces of flatware by Henry Schroeder and Charles Bein, with similar chased floral handle

Lot: 118 - Harden Georgian style bow front sideboard,

Harden Georgian style bow front sideboard, mahogany veneer with banding, two stacking drawers flanking center long drawer, six tapering straight legs, pierced batwing escutcheons with swing bails, fire-stamped "Harden" top right drawer interior,

Lot: 119 - ASIAN: Two 20th C. bronze sculptures: first a

ASIAN: Two 20th C. bronze sculptures: first a Southeastern Asian female figure extending tear drop form bowl and standing on lotus petal base, gilt accents to coiled headdress, jewelry, and garb, 9 1/2" h.; along with cast Chinese feng shui statue

Lot: 120 - Donald Moss (Connecticut, 1920 - 1910), "Good Luck

Donald Moss (Connecticut, 1920 - 1910), "Good Luck #2", trompe l''oeil study of horseshoe, rabbit''s foot, pair baby slippers, and car keys with four leaf clover medallion pinned to wooden surface, acrylic and oil on panel, signed LL and verso,

Lot: 121 - Bookcase and desk, Chippendale form with early

Bookcase and desk, Chippendale form with early elements, mahogany with pine secondary, flat projecting cornice over two glazed doors with geometric mullions, slant lid over four graduated long drawers, carved column sides, four ball and claw feet,

Lot: 122 - Two 18th/19th C. large maple treen bowls: round

Two 18th/19th C. large maple treen bowls: round one warped, 20 3/8" dia.; ovoid one with two splits at one end, 19 3/8" l. x 18" w., expected wear including some darkening and isolated discolored spots. [The Taylor Collection]

Lot: 123 - Dan Truth (Mystic, CT, b. 1949), "White Pitcher,

Dan Truth (Mystic, CT, b. 1949), "White Pitcher, Onions, and Oysters", oil on canvas depicting still life study of carafes, bottles, goblets, bowls, garlic bulbs, onions, egg and oyster shells scattered on stone table top, signed "Truth" LR, New

Lot: 124 - MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, black and

MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, black and gold painted frame, block corners with floral accents, split pilasters, reverse painted tablet with country scene of boy fishing in dam on edge of town, heavy loss of gilt, small surface damages, small

Lot: 125 - Candle stand, Connecticut, c. 1770, birch, square

Candle stand, Connecticut, c. 1770, birch, square top with ovolo corners, vasiform standard, tripod base with cabriole legs and slipper feet, altered/restored top with scattered water stains, spider brace located under posts, 26 3/4" h. [The Taylor

Lot: 126 - Queen Anne armchair, Fairfield/shoreline

Queen Anne armchair, Fairfield/shoreline Connecticut, c. 1760-90, maple and ash, vase-bannister splat, ring-turned stiles, scrolled outturning arms, rush seat, turned front legs and front stretcher, broken side seat rung, cracked seat rail, expected

Lot: 127 - DOLL: German low brow china head doll, porcelain

DOLL: German low brow china head doll, porcelain head and bust, kid arms, painted wooden legs, in apparently original printed red dress with pleated bodice, linen shift and pantalets, unmarked, some wear to garments including isolated stains, thin

Lot: 128 - 19th C. English needlework picture signed Mary Ann

19th C. English needlework picture signed Mary Ann Ashton and dated 1848, wool cross stitch on either cotton or linen canvas, central scene depicts seated boy and his dog with poem above "Poor dog he was faithful and kind to be sure, And he

Lot: 129 - Liverpool creamware jug with Masonic decoration,

Liverpool creamware jug with Masonic decoration, England, c. 1800, black transferware, large prints to either side with Masonic motifs including the All Seeing Eye, each signed Kennedy, one labeled "Memento Mori", cluster of hairlines to glaze near

Lot: 130 - SAMPLER: Early 19th C. sampler, colored linen

SAMPLER: Early 19th C. sampler, colored linen thread on linen, 1827, four alpha-numeric rows featuring cross stitch and other techniques, signed with names John Wallace, Janet Leggat Smith, Agnes Smith, William Smith, Janet Caldwell, and others,

Lot: 131 - Queen Anne side chair, probably Connecticut or

Queen Anne side chair, probably Connecticut or Massachusetts, c. 1740, maple with reddish finish, carved crest and skirt, turned legs and box stretchers appear to be original, raking back rest and back legs, later leather upholstered seat with some

Lot: 132 - Band box, blue wallpaper cover with figural motif

Band box, blue wallpaper cover with figural motif to base and lid, lid with men in turbans at center, base with amorous couple design, heavy wear and loss throughout, waving of paper, originally in Coventry, CT estate, 12" h. x 18 3/4" w. x 13 3/4"

Lot: 133 - MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse

MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse painted tablet featuring full-skirted dancer in medallion, double borders with fruit and foliage motif, gilded frame with block corners, split balusters with raised leaf and scroll motif, old damages, loss

Lot: 134 - Bedwarmer, pierced brass pan incised with floral

Bedwarmer, pierced brass pan incised with floral decoration secured with copper studs, turned wooden handle with minor finish loss, 43 1/4" h.

Lot: 135 - 20th C. Chesterfield style leather sofa,

20th C. Chesterfield style leather sofa, button-tufted burgundy upholstery trimmed with brass upholstery tacks, low back with oversized rolled arms, raised on four bun feet, expected surface wear including stray red mark at front near left arm, 28

Lot: 136 - Brandon Cross (British, 20th C.), "Scot Guards at

Brandon Cross (British, 20th C.), "Scot Guards at Waterloo", 1972, acrylic on canvas, depicts small figures on horseback emerging from a smoky background and encompassed by surrounding white canvas, signed "Brandon" LR, signed, titled and dated

Lot: 137 - 20th C. wingback armchair, button-tufted burgundy

20th C. wingback armchair, button-tufted burgundy leather upholstery, arched crest, rolled arms, front cabriole legs, raking back legs, some water stain residue visible under removable T-shaped seat cushion, expected wear throughout, 42 1/2" h. x 30

Lot: 138 - George Turland (British expatriate, 1877-1947),

George Turland (British expatriate, 1877-1947), oil on board, depicts fishing boats tied up dockside, with figures, buildings and birds in background, signed LR, wear to board edges, expected wear to frame, not examined out of frame, board size: 17

Lot: 139 - ASIAN, four 20th C. Chinese long and short swords:

ASIAN, four 20th C. Chinese long and short swords: pair copies after Japanese katana, both with red leather wrapped grips and scabbards, both with inscribed blades, expected wear including rust, 36 3/4" l.; and two carved probably cow bone swords,

Lot: 140 - Copeland Spode "Gainsborough" pattern dinnerware,

Copeland Spode "Gainsborough" pattern dinnerware, fifty-five pieces, polychrome floral design at center on almond colored ground, gently scalloped edge, pieces include: seven dinner plates, one cracked, one with hairlines, one with crack and chip, 10

Lot: 141 - Sir Frank Brangwyn (British, 1867-1956), "Zwanzig

Sir Frank Brangwyn (British, 1867-1956), "Zwanzig Graphische Arbeiten" portfolio containing twenty-one woodcuts and lithographs: one booklet with illustration of workers and bystanders around a wheel, printed interior page with German text; one in

Lot: 142 - 20th C. small flip-top chest of four drawers,

20th C. small flip-top chest of four drawers, mahogany with contrasting veneers, oblong flip top supported by two lopers, pierced batwing escutcheons with swing bails, bracket feet, scattered beaded lip loss to bottom three drawers, expected surface

Lot: 143 - RUG: Serapi scatter rug, cream ground, central

RUG: Serapi scatter rug, cream ground, central medallion surrounded by border of cranberry and caramel, floral motif, accent colors of green, peach and slate blue, two fringe ends, 4'' l. x 6''3" w.

Lot: 144 - Late 18th C. Chippendale tavern table, New

Late 18th C. Chippendale tavern table, New Hampshire, c. 1780, birch and pine, rectangular two-board breadboard top with traces of green paint, molded apron and legs, medial stretcher, old refinish, some splits to top, later battens, expected wear

Lot: 145 - After James Pollard (British, 1792-1867) and

After James Pollard (British, 1792-1867) and engraved by George Hunt (British, d. 1826), "The Cambridge Telegraph, Starting from the White Horse, Fetter Lane", color aquatint depicting coach packed with passengers waiting in front of brick front

Lot: 146 - ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Qingbai joss stick holder,

ASIAN: Chinese ceramic Qingbai joss stick holder, Song-Yuan Dynasty (960-1368), in the form of seated foo lion, marbleized bluish-green glaze, collection/inventory label on underside, rests on fitted silk covered stand, figure 2 1/8" h.

Lot: 147 - Edward Brodney (American, 1910-2002), "Boston

Edward Brodney (American, 1910-2002), "Boston Public Gardens", Impressionist inspired landscape, oil on canvas depicting view past the Gardner Brewer Fountain on Boston Common towards the gold-domed Massachusetts State House, passerby in winter garb

Lot: 148 - Candlestand, mahogany, late 19th C., oblong tilt

Candlestand, mahogany, late 19th C., oblong tilt top with incut corners and molded edge, turned standard, tripod base with saber legs on ball feet, metal spider to base, checking, minor damages to top/finish, repair to standard, surface wear, minor

Lot: 149 - Chris Dixon (20th C., Connecticut), 2003, oil on

Chris Dixon (20th C., Connecticut), 2003, oil on canvas depicting view of Essex, CT waterfront and the Lyme Hills across the Connecticut River, signed and dated LR, framed, labeled verso, evidence of impact to canvas without damage to paint surface,

Lot: 150 - 19th C. Chinese Export porcelain assembled

19th C. Chinese Export porcelain assembled service, blue and white "Fitzhugh" pattern, twenty-one pieces: oval serving platter, hairline, minor retouching to rim, 15 1/4" l.; four dinner plates, three with hairlines, 9 3/4" dia.; four luncheon

Lot: 151 - Chris Dixon (20th C., Connecticut), "December

Chris Dixon (20th C., Connecticut), "December Snow-Westbrook Congregational Church", 2003, oil on canvas, depicts clustered New England homes and church under snow, signed "Dixon ''03" LR, title, date and additional signature verso, in carved and

Lot: 152 - Pair of stylized Queen Anne wing back chairs, 20th

Pair of stylized Queen Anne wing back chairs, 20th C., maroon with cream stitching in diamond pattern, high back with narrow wings, detachable arm covers, seat cushion and companion pillow, shaped upholstered skirt, cabriole legs over pad front feet,

Lot: 153 - SILVER: Stieff "Stieff Rose" pattern sterling

SILVER: Stieff "Stieff Rose" pattern sterling silver flatware with floral repousse handles, c. 1892, forty-seven pieces, forty-eight pieces total: fourteen teaspoons, 5 7/8" l.; six dinner forks, 6 7/8" l.; six ice cream forks; twelve demitasse

Lot: 154 - Mid-19th C. Kentucky gold, silver, and oil

Mid-19th C. Kentucky gold, silver, and oil advertising broadside announcing public sale of Sandy River Petroleum Prize Company shares in NYC on 13 December 1865, headline proclaims, "Gold, Silver & Oil! Coal, Iron & Timber, Fortunes for the Million",

Lot: 155 - SILVER: Assorted sterling silver servingware and

SILVER: Assorted sterling silver servingware and flatware, thirty-four pieces: Gorham ovoid serving bowl, pattern 4463, 7.55 oz, 12" l.; smaller Gorham ovoid bowl, marked 329, 6.21 oz, 8 3/4"l.; Gorham creamer, marked 328, 7.22 oz,; round serving

Lot: 156 - 20th C. unsigned oil on canvas depicting young

20th C. unsigned oil on canvas depicting young girl seated in front of floral printed floor screen and porcelain wash basin, isolated craquelure visible in white dress, pen inscribed label attached to painting wire verso, not examined out of frame,

Lot: 157 - SILVER: Charles William Fletcher & Sons "Trifid"

SILVER: Charles William Fletcher & Sons "Trifid" pattern sterling silver flatware retailed by James Robinson, sixty-three pieces, sixty-four pieces total: eight teaspoons, 6" l.; ten tablespoons, 6 3/4" l.; ten dinner forks, 8" l.; ten luncheon

Lot: 158 - 18th/19th C. primitive trencher treen dough mixing

18th/19th C. primitive trencher treen dough mixing or raising bowl, maple, oval with indented handles chipped out at sides, some discoloration to underside, 4 3/4" h. x 24 3/4" l. x 12 7/8" d. [The Taylor Collection]

Lot: 159 - SILVER: Towle "Old Master" pattern sterling silver

SILVER: Towle "Old Master" pattern sterling silver flatware set, sixty-two pieces, c. 1942-present, design features scalloped edges, scrolls and an understated flower motif, makers mark verso: eight dinner forks, 7 3/4", 15.68 oz; seven salad forks,

Lot: 160 - Early unframed oil on metal depicting unknown

Early unframed oil on metal depicting unknown mythological scene, triumphal arrival of woman in horse-drawn carriage, peasants in foreground and deities and putti in background, initialed "H.B.J." and indistinctly inscribed below cross support verso,

Lot: 161 - Chippendale style Henredon (High Point, NC)

Chippendale style Henredon (High Point, NC) wingback armchair, blue damask upholstery, flat top, rolled arms, cabriole legs with shell carved knees and pad feet, overall fading, isolated yellowing to backrest and wingbacks, several stray threads,

Lot: 162 - Augustus Vincent Tack (American, 1870 - 1949), oil

Augustus Vincent Tack (American, 1870 - 1949), oil on board, profile portrait of an elderly woman with upswept hair and lavender dress with gold cross at neck, signed "Augustus Vincent Tack" in LR corner, wear to UL corner where board meets the

Lot: 163 - Federal style settee, tan upholstery patterned

Federal style settee, tan upholstery patterned with white fruit and foliage, reeded front legs and raking back legs, comes with two square throw pillows, Roy''s Upholstery (Norwalk, CT) label attached under seat, expected surface wear including minor

Lot: 164 - MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse

MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse painted tablet with mother and child in period dress on bench, red drapery background, white border with grape motif, gilded frame with block corners featuring floral accents, split balusters, floral trim

Lot: 165 - ASIAN: Chinese carved figures, shoes, and desk

ASIAN: Chinese carved figures, shoes, and desk accessories, four pieces: probably late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): two similar foo lion carvings, red painted and gilt decorated, with cracks and repairs throughout, one with loss to tail, left ear, and

Lot: 166 - Highboy, Queen Anne, late 18th C., figured maple,

Highboy, Queen Anne, late 18th C., figured maple, flat projecting cornice, top with four graduated drawers and brass hardware, base with two long, bottom drawer with faux front of three short and fan carving, shaped skirt with two acorn finials,

Lot: 167 - 20th C. Abraham Lincoln (American, 1809-1865)

20th C. Abraham Lincoln (American, 1809-1865) themed cast-metal bookends and wall art, three pieces: pair spelter bookends depicting Lincoln seated on Deco throne, each marked "Lincoln" along front of base, illegible manufacturer information and

Lot: 168 - Chippendale style open armchair with gold, red,

Chippendale style open armchair with gold, red, and robin''s egg blue striped upholstery, arched crest, rolled arms with rosette relief at terminals, front ball and claw feet, back cabriole legs with pad feet, expected wear, 39 1/2''" h. x 28" w. x

Lot: 169 - WEAPONS, two swords and a dagger, c. 1900-1953:

WEAPONS, two swords and a dagger, c. 1900-1953: two Knights of Columbus ceremonial dress swords, both with cruciform cross guards, ebonized handles, and Columbus head pommels, both with etched blades inscribed "Knights of Columbus" and "K of C", both

Lot: 170 - Barbara Eckhardt-Goodwin (Connecticut, 1921-2013),

Barbara Eckhardt-Goodwin (Connecticut, 1921-2013), oil on canvas, "Reflections," depicting a forest landscape of a pond with the trees reflection on the water, monogrammed LR, label verso bearing artist''s information and retail price ($4,000 USD),

Lot: 171 - Classical Revival sofa, late 19th C., mahogany and

Classical Revival sofa, late 19th C., mahogany and mahogany veneer, elaborately carved animal motif throughout, spiral crest terminating in eagle heads in high relief, upholstered roll arms with wood trim featuring carved dolphins leading to a

Lot: 172 - Barbara Eckhardt-Goodwin (Connecticut, 1921-2013),

Barbara Eckhardt-Goodwin (Connecticut, 1921-2013), oil on canvas landscape depicting a close-up of a babbling brook, monogrammed LR, behind glass in 20th C. gilt frame, expected wear including some frame rubbing along edges, frame with scratches and

Lot: 173 - SILVER: 19th/20th C. sterling and silver plate

SILVER: 19th/20th C. sterling and silver plate vanity accessories, seven pieces total: sterling: Webster hand mirror, Nouveau floral relief, beveled round glass, initialed "L.S.M." and dated 1909, 9 3/4" l.; four cut glass cosmetic jars with

Lot: 174 - RUG: Oushak carpet, dove grey ground, almond major

RUG: Oushak carpet, dove grey ground, almond major border, geometric motif, muted accent colors of butter and sage green, two fringe ends, 8'' l. x 10''2" w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 175 - American Queen Anne armchair, maple and ash with

American Queen Anne armchair, maple and ash with reddish finish, carved crest, vasiform splat, scrolled arm returns, furniture scholar Robert Trent identifies this chair as New England, rush seat in disrepair, turned box stretchers, original Spanish

Lot: 176 - MIRROR: Chippendale English pier looking glass, c.

MIRROR: Chippendale English pier looking glass, c. 1750, mahogany and parcel gilt, oblong panel crowned by full relief phoenix with outspread wings, rosette, foliate, and bellflower trim, incised diamond and geometric design near base, left gilt

Lot: 177 - Late 18th C. Chippendale corner chair,

Late 18th C. Chippendale corner chair, Connecticut, maple and ash with reddish finish, arched mid rails, rush seat, turned front center leg, plain box stretchers, repaired dowel, crest rail and continuous arm currently loose, height reduced,

Lot: 178 - RUG: Antique Turkish Sparta carpet, cobalt ground

RUG: Antique Turkish Sparta carpet, cobalt ground with maroon, teal, and gold accents, edge wear, unravelled ends with some portions missing, scattered low and worn areas, 6 ''4 1/2" l. x 9'' 11" w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 179 - ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic dishes from the Qing

ASIAN: Two Chinese ceramic dishes from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): first a Ge type water coupe, white crackled glaze, pseudo-reign mark on base, contained in green floral fabric covered box, coupe 2" h.; along with a Shiwan covered ginger jar or

Lot: 180 - Lydia Maria Brewster Hubbard (American,

Lydia Maria Brewster Hubbard (American, 1849-1911), oil on canvas, c. 1893, floral still life depicting grouping of red roses in bulbous vase atop a partially covered table, signed and dated LR, with handwritten bequest instructions attached verso,

Lot: 181 - 20th C. Empire style tilt top dining table, burl

20th C. Empire style tilt top dining table, burl walnut veneer, round top, tapering square single pedestal, quadruped clawed base, expected surface wear, 29" h. x 53 3/4" d. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 182 - Early American leather, two pieces: 18th/19th C.

Early American leather, two pieces: 18th/19th C. small traveling case or document box, wooden chest covered with leather remnants and studded with brass tacks arranged in diagonal and other geometric designs on domed top and sides, red calico cloth

Lot: 183 - Aldro T. Hibbard (American, 1886-1972), oil on

Aldro T. Hibbard (American, 1886-1972), oil on canvas board depicting winter landscape with snow-covered pine trees, signed "A.T. Hibbard" LR, not examined out of frame, ss: 17 3/8" h. x 23 1/4" w.

Lot: 184 - Two 19th C. mahogany chairs: Hepplewhite armchair,

Two 19th C. mahogany chairs: Hepplewhite armchair, three pierced horizontal splats, shaped armrests, H-stretcher, straight front and raking back legs, beige silk upholstered cushion with magenta, silver, and green stripes, underside slip seat

Lot: 185 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Back Road",

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Back Road", signed LL and LR, oil on canvas, rural landscape with red farmhouse in center flanked by bare trees, road on left of farmhouse, snow dusted ground, unframed, some small scrapes, area of paint loss on

Lot: 186 - RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Kirman carpet, cream

RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Kirman carpet, cream ground with overall floral pattern in blue, pink, green, brown, and red, finely woven, Iranian label located in one corner, overall good condition but with numerous stains, 16'' 11 1/2" l. x 11'' 1" w.

Lot: 187 - Glassware, including cut glass and Waterford,

Glassware, including cut glass and Waterford, twenty-eight pieces: ten long-stem wine glasses, cut sunburst design, unmarked, 8" h.; fifteen highball glasses, cut sunburst design, molded, unmarked, one with chipped rim, two with fogginess, 4" h.; one

Lot: 188 - SILVER: Mixed sterling and silver plate, seven

SILVER: Mixed sterling and silver plate, seven pieces: sterling: Cartier bon bon basket; pair C.J. Vander (London) diminutive single weighted candlesticks, 4 1/8" h.; bottle opener with monogrammed sterling handle; silver plate: candlestick holder

Lot: 189 - Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Greenwich,

Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Greenwich, Connecticut Shoreline", oil on canvas depicting summer cottages and sailboats along the coast of the southeastern CT panhandle, signed LR, not

Lot: 190 - Early to mid-20th Taylor Productions leather desk

Early to mid-20th Taylor Productions leather desk accessories decorated with shooting motifs, four pieces: humidor, hinged lid studded with three medallions in diagonal line, each containing brass-finished duck head in profile, wooden inner lining, 3

Lot: 191 - Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Morning

Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Morning Crossing", oil on canvas board depicting three sailboats on clear gray water, signed "Tomakan" LR, pen inscribed label with artist''s name, work title, and work dimensions attached verso, superficial

Lot: 192 - ASIAN: 20th C. cast bronze statue of reclining

ASIAN: 20th C. cast bronze statue of reclining Buddha, figure depicted in flowing drapery and with raised peace swastika symbol at breast, brown patina with isolated verdigris under base, 9 1/2" l. [In Buddhist iconography, the deity''s reclining

Lot: 193 - Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Hazy

Yasemin Tomakan (American, b. 1958), "Hazy Morning", oil on clayboard depicting pale yellow morning light diffusing over summer marsh, signed "Tomakan" LR, pen inscribed label verso, LL corner slightly blunted, minor paint chip UL corner along top,

Lot: 194 - Corner wash stand, late 18th to early 19th C.,

Corner wash stand, late 18th to early 19th C., three tier, peaked backsplash with incut corners, top shelf with detachable fitted board to cover three circular wells, one bow front long drawer flanked by two faux short with banding and metal ring

Lot: 195 - ASIAN: Five pieces of 20th C. Chinese

ASIAN: Five pieces of 20th C. Chinese cloisonné: tall thin-necked green vase decorated with phoenix, dragons, and butterflies, minor horizontal hairlines at neck, 11 3/4" h.; celadon vase with chrysanthemums and daisies; two vases of similar

Lot: 196 - Two pairs 20th C. horse themed bookends: pair

Two pairs 20th C. horse themed bookends: pair unmarked bronze horse head bookends, one with verdigris overall, 8" h.; along with pair cast-metal bookends, each with rearing stallion facing stylized horse shoe form support, one with partial blue and

Lot: 197 - Howard Carr (American, 20th C.) "Passing By", oil

Howard Carr (American, 20th C.) "Passing By", oil on canvas depicting sailboat with red hull overtaking smaller vessel at sunset, signed LR, not examined out of frame, ss: 24" h. x 36" w. [Carr, who trained at Chouinard Art Institute in downtown Los

Lot: 198 - Early 19th C. American dressing table, pine with

Early 19th C. American dressing table, pine with stripped finish, three-sided backsplash, single long drawer with double wooden knobs, turned legs, expected wear throughout including scratches, gouges, and isolated discoloration, bottom drawer lip

Lot: 199 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "A Bounty of

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "A Bounty of Daffodils", oil on canvas, signed LL, still life of a red/orange vase with a scalloped rim holding numerous yellow daffodils in an undefined background of purples, blues, and reds, unframed, wear/loss

Lot: 200 - 19th/20th C. cast-metal eagle themed desk

19th/20th C. cast-metal eagle themed desk accessories including inkwell, bookends, and door stop, six pieces: figural inkwell, two hemispheres supported on eagle standard open to reveal seven-sided shoe form glass inkwell marked "J. & I.E.M." and

Lot: 201 - Four 19th/20th C. chairs, three of four with

Four 19th/20th C. chairs, three of four with bamboo form turnings: early to mid-19th C. fancy chair painted mustard with ebonized accents, hand-painted oak leaf and acorn decoration to crest, 32 1/2" h.; black Windsor side chair, 34 3/4" h.; green

Lot: 202 - 18th/19th C. treenware including kitchen

18th/19th C. treenware including kitchen accessories and tools, seven pieces: double sided knife tray, one side slightly separating; two-well wall box, 13 1/2" h.; tray with canted sides; large pestle; bung; coffee grinder, split top, missing

Lot: 203 - Bogomir "Bogey" Bogdanovic (Yugoslavian-American,

Bogomir "Bogey" Bogdanovic (Yugoslavian-American, 1923-2011), "Fifth Avenue and Central Park", oil on Masonite depicting winter cityscape, skyscrapers visible through denuded trees in left background while passerby trudge up snowy walkway to left of

Lot: 204 - Three American Windsor chicken coop side chairs,

Three American Windsor chicken coop side chairs, c. 1780-1815, oak, maple, birch, white pine, and other woods: first a double-bow, damaged back stretcher, remnants of black paint and early paper label under seat, 36 1/4" h.; second a single-bow

Lot: 205 - Three unframed prints, two by Higgins and Smillie:

Three unframed prints, two by Higgins and Smillie: Eugene Higgins (American, 1874-1958), etching, "Cartman Going Home," c. 1937, depicting bearded male figure steering a single horse drawn cart, pencil signed LR, ss: 7 1/2" h. x 5 1/2" w.; James

Lot: 206 - Secretary desk, Federal, circa 1800, cherry with

Secretary desk, Federal, circa 1800, cherry with contrasting figured maple veneer and inlay, two glazed four panel doors with interior shelf, desk with figured maple interior including eight short drawers, pigeon holes, two book drawers and a

Lot: 207 - 19th C. oil on canvas, portrait of a demure young

19th C. oil on canvas, portrait of a demure young woman in black dress with white lace trim, seated with shaded background, unsigned, illegible printed words verso, craquelure with small areas of loss, three scratches approximately 3" length and two

Lot: 208 - ASIAN: Three 20th C. wooden carvings: first a bas

ASIAN: Three 20th C. wooden carvings: first a bas relief depicting four-armed standing Ganesha, Hindu Lord of success, enthroned on lotus blossom base, minor loss to lower right arm holding broken tusk attribute, 10" h.; fully carved standing man

Lot: 209 - Two pairs "End of the Trail" American Indian

Two pairs "End of the Trail" American Indian themed cast-metal bookends: pair Connecticut Foundry Co. bas relief bookends, "The Last Trail", each showing profile of warrior slumped over horse, engraved with manufacturer, vignette title, and 1928

Lot: 210 - Warren Sheppard (American, 1858-1937), oil on

Warren Sheppard (American, 1858-1937), oil on canvas depicting sea at sunset, signed LL, with two labels from Questroyal Fine Art (NY, NY) verso, New Britain Museum of American Art label dated 1/2013 - 6/2013 verso, overall craquelure, relined,

Lot: 211 - Coffee table and chair, two pieces: coffee table,

Coffee table and chair, two pieces: coffee table, oval marble top, elaborately carved and pierced Eastlake style oak base with scroll and pillar design, square foot, top heavily scratched with three visible chips and staining at center, cut down base

Lot: 212 - Joe Frassetta (American, b. 1928), watercolor on

Joe Frassetta (American, b. 1928), watercolor on paper depicting two white-clad figures picking flowers in Maine field, pen signed and copyrighted LR, matted and framed behind glass, not examined out of frame, ss: 19 1/4" h. x 24 1/4" w.

Lot: 213 - RUG: Turkoman Bokara scatter rug, navy ground with

RUG: Turkoman Bokara scatter rug, navy ground with cranberry and white borders, twenty-one red and white medallions at center, rust brown accent color, two fringe ends, two sides leather-bound, 4''5" l. x 6''3" w.

Lot: 214 - 20th C. Taylor Productions leather desk

20th C. Taylor Productions leather desk accessories with buckle and strap motif throughout, four pieces: pair bookends, one with sun fading to top and part of one side; dust bin or trash can, repaired interior and heavily scratched back, 11 3/8" h.;

Lot: 215 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Green Fields,

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Green Fields, Blue Mountains", oil on canvas, unsigned, semi-abstract valley with green trees in the foreground leading to small fields in the midground, a small red house and animals on left with blue mountains in

Lot: 216 - Daniel Charles Grose (British expatriate,

Daniel Charles Grose (British expatriate, 1838-1900), oil on canvas, dramatic Western landscape possibly Yosemite, depicting two American Indians with canoe in foreground and teepees in the background, signed "D.C. Grose" LL, restored, black lighting

Lot: 217 - Early 20th C. bookends and curtain tie backs, six

Early 20th C. bookends and curtain tie backs, six pieces: pair Armor Bronze figural bookends, each depicting Greek philosopher bust, one with gold foil label under base, one with cracked finish at left side of neck, 7 1/2" h.; along with four

Lot: 218 - Gary Ray (American, b. 1952), oil on artist board,

Gary Ray (American, b. 1952), oil on artist board, summer landscape depicting large tree on a hill overlooking a distant body of water, signed LR, unframed, expected wear including frame rubbing along edges, bowing to board, overall 16" h. x 22" w.

Lot: 219 - ASIAN: Eight pieces of cloisonné, Satsuma

ASIAN: Eight pieces of cloisonné, Satsuma type pottery, and hardstone and carved wooden figures: cloisonné: red square vase with metallic flecks, crazing inner neck; butterfly decorated teapot; Satsuma type: vase depicting figures and

Lot: 220 - 20th C. Maddox Colonial Reproductions (Jamestown,

20th C. Maddox Colonial Reproductions (Jamestown, NY) Governor Winthrop style slant lid desk, c. 1910, mahogany finish, slant lid opens to reveal three vertical pigeonholes flanking shell decorated prospect door over four conforming short drawers,

Lot: 221 - Louis Wolchonok (American, 1898 - 1973),

Louis Wolchonok (American, 1898 - 1973), "Winter''s Mantle", oil on board, depicts snowy hillside in analogous colors of purple, white and blue, evergreen tree at right, mountainous background, signed at right, in wooden frame, attached labels with

Lot: 222 - Stanley Wingate Woodward (American, 1890-1970),

Stanley Wingate Woodward (American, 1890-1970), oil on canvas depicting seascape, seagulls in violet sky and green waves crashing onto sandy beach, signed "Stanley Woodward" LL, in gilt Deco frame with stylized floral corner brackets, Vose Galleries

Lot: 223 - Early 18th C. American tavern table, oak, maple,

Early 18th C. American tavern table, oak, maple, and ash, oblong one-board maple top both pegged and nailed to base, turned legs on box stretcher base, hemispherical feet, repairs to top, one damaged leg with splitting peg at stretcher line, expected

Lot: 224 - William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928),

William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928), pastel on paper, still life depicting a rifle resting on a table next to a dead duck and bird, signed LL, in carved wooden frame with damage and loss, expected wear including evidence of moisture

Lot: 225 - Windsor brace back side chair, unusual form that

Windsor brace back side chair, unusual form that furniture scholar Robert Trent attributes to New York, ash and possibly butternut, hardwood saddle seat, turned legs with medial stretcher oriented front to back, paint history of white, red, and

Lot: 226 - WEAPON: Mid-19th C. hunting gun or "trade musket",

WEAPON: Mid-19th C. hunting gun or "trade musket", c. 1840s-60s, Thomas Ketland & Co. lock engraved "Ketland" on right plate and "London" and "E.L.G." in oval medallion at top of barrel, Liege, Belgium proofed barrel, dark brown almost black patina,

Lot: 227 - Late 18th C. American Windsor brace back chair

Late 18th C. American Windsor brace back chair with continuous arm stamped "W. MAC BRIDE, N. YORK" under seat, nine spindle backrest, saddle seat, turned splayed legs and medial stretcher, traces of red paint, butterfly repairs probably executed by

Lot: 228 - DECOYS: Four early to mid-20th C. floating duck

DECOYS: Four early to mid-20th C. floating duck decoys including a Scoter (probably ME) and a Wildfowler Decoys, Inc. (Old Saybrook, CT), all with realistically painted cork and wooden bodies, three with applied glass eyes, Wildfowler Decoys, Inc.

Lot: 229 - Early 19th C. salt-glazed stoneware crock in

Early 19th C. salt-glazed stoneware crock in manner of Smith & Day (Norwalk, CT), double wall crock, cobalt decoration throughout including flowers and "1838" at front, applied double lug handles, two cracks on rim near one handle, isolated shallow

Lot: 230 - DECOYS, three 20th C. carved bird decoys: W. Ray

DECOYS, three 20th C. carved bird decoys: W. Ray Freden Long-Billed Curlew stick-up decoy on driftwood pedestal, 1989, hand-painted cream and brown body, pencil signed and dated under tail, pencil inscribed under pedestal, natural weathering and

Lot: 231 - John Joseph Enneking (American, 1841-1916),

John Joseph Enneking (American, 1841-1916), "Sunset by the Pond", 1892, oil on artist board depicting autumnal landscape, signed "Enneking" and dated "92" LR, partial paper label for Frank J. Pope art supplier verso, Vose Galleries of Boston label

Lot: 232 - MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, gilded frame,

MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, gilded frame, projecting cornice with reverse ball finials, barley twist molding, reverse painted tablet with figures walking through countryside with lake in background, painted red and gold floral border on

Lot: 233 - William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928), two

William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928), two pastels on paper depicting evening landscapes: the first showing dirt roadway leading up to a dimly-lit cottage under the full moon, signed LR, ss: 13 1/2" h. x 25 1/2" w.; and second with shack,

Lot: 234 - RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Mashad carpet, cranberry

RUG: Semi-Antique Persian Mashad carpet, cranberry ground, floral swag motif, navy black major border, almond minor border, accent colors of caramel, brown, medium blue, green and light blue, 9''3" l. x 12''7" w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE

Lot: 235 - Pair of round end tables, wood with cherry stain,

Pair of round end tables, wood with cherry stain, 20th C., shaped skirt over square legs, one with label identifying former owner, otherwise unmarked, scratches and wear to finish, one with water ring to top, nicks to edges, 22 1/2" h. x 17" diam.

Lot: 236 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Semi Abstract

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Semi Abstract Valley Barn, 1950", oil on canvas, unsigned, landscape with green fields and blue mountains, a red barn is centered in the fields and is surrounded by grazing animals in the left foreground and a

Lot: 237 - TRIBAL: Navajo transitional banded blanket, c.

TRIBAL: Navajo transitional banded blanket, c. 1890-1900, red ground with alternating cream, black, and orange stripes of varying thicknesses, homespun, commercial dye, unraveling and uneven fringe, isolated holes and stains, one small repair, torn

Lot: 238 - SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT: two pieces including

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT: two pieces including microscope and desk lamp: early 20th C. Spindler & Hoyer (Gottingen, Germany) "Junior" pocket microscope, 2-pc black enamel cylinder unscrews to reveal microscope fitted on tripod base, company information

Lot: 239 - TRIBAL: Navajo "eye dazzler" blanket, c. 1890,

TRIBAL: Navajo "eye dazzler" blanket, c. 1890, green ground with two vertical bands comprised of cream, black, and red zig zag patterns and black triangles, isolated holes, color run, 77" l. x 52" w. [Oral history maintains that this blanket was

Lot: 240 - Unsigned oil on board, (19th - 20th C.) depicts

Unsigned oil on board, (19th - 20th C.) depicts village houses on pond, foreground dappled with orange spots, secondary painting verso of outbuilding in wooded area, in gilded frame with bead decoration, scattered pinhead sized holes near upper and

Lot: 241 - TRIBAL: Classic Serapi Navajo men''s wearing

TRIBAL: Classic Serapi Navajo men''s wearing blanket, c. 1850-1860, believed to be Germantown yarn, red ground, cream, black, and blue geometric patterns including stripes, dashes, zig zags, and diamond shapes, scattered stains, largest unraveled

Lot: 242 - 20th C. mariner themed accessories including

20th C. mariner themed accessories including mantle clock and pair bookends: bas relief mantle clock, standing sailor depicted at ship''s wheel on stylized asymmetrical dragon form base, 1902 patent information engraved verso, several numbers and

Lot: 243 - TRIBAL: Navajo transitional blanket, c. 1880-1890,

TRIBAL: Navajo transitional blanket, c. 1880-1890, red ground with black, cream, and green accents, three horizontal zigzagging bands, center row with three diamonds, homespun, commercial dye, isolated holes and unraveling sections particularly at

Lot: 244 - Chippendale style wing back chair by Laine

Chippendale style wing back chair by Laine Upholstery Co., NC, polychrome floral and maroon stripe on cream ground upholstery, carved foliate knees, cabriole legs over claw and ball feet, detachable arm covers, seat cushion and companion pillow,

Lot: 245 - TRIBAL: Navajo transitional "eye dazzler" blanket,

TRIBAL: Navajo transitional "eye dazzler" blanket, c. 1890, red ground with cream and light green zig zag pattern, isolated stains and holes, two small areas of repair, two border tears, color run, 82" l. x 54" w. [Oral history maintains that this

Lot: 246 - Egon Lochner (American, 20th C.), watercolor on

Egon Lochner (American, 20th C.), watercolor on paper, "Gloucester Harbor," c. 1941, summer marine scene depicting to male figures preparing a dry-docked fishing vessel, signed LR, unframed, expected wear including some toning and discoloration to

Lot: 247 - SILVER: 18th to early 20th C. sterling and coin

SILVER: 18th to early 20th C. sterling and coin silver, five pieces: sterling: ribbed ink well canister, c. 1900-1901, hinged and domed lid engraved "Mens Conscia Recti" and decorated with sea serpent, pierced rim, removable cylindrical glass insert,

Lot: 248 - RUG: Serapi carpet, marine blue ground, pumpkin

RUG: Serapi carpet, marine blue ground, pumpkin colored medallions and major border, light blue minor borders, floral and geometric motif, two fringe ends, 8'' l. x 10'' w. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]

Lot: 249 - Early lamps and lighting accessories, five pieces:

Early lamps and lighting accessories, five pieces: Saugus type betty lamp with pierced cover and drip tray, heavily rusted; demi-lune pierced tin lantern missing glass, 11 3/4" h.; two later fluid lanterns/lamps, larger with beveled glass panels,

Lot: 250 - 20th C. Hermes Phillipe Ledoux silk scarf framed

20th C. Hermes Phillipe Ledoux silk scarf framed behind glass, c. 1975, "L''Hiver en Poste", square field with large oval scene at center depicting "The Bull & Mouth, Regent''s Circus, Piccadilly" with surrounding vignettes depicting horse drawn mail

Lot: 251 - MUSIC: Mira music box console, c. 1905-1914, along

MUSIC: Mira music box console, c. 1905-1914, along with 25 18 1/2" dia. music discs: upright mahogany breakfront case with foliate bas relief raised on four castered legs, hinged cover opens to reveal disc playing apparatus above single panel door

Lot: 251A - Two unframed Barbara Krupp (American, 20th C.)

Two unframed Barbara Krupp (American, 20th C.) paintings, both acrylic on canvas: "White Lilies", 2000, depicting a garden with lilies outside of a building with columns, signed, titled, and dated in pencil verso, ss: 48" h. x 36" w.; along with

Lot: 252 - 20th C. vanity table and chair: Continental style

20th C. vanity table and chair: Continental style vanity table, walnut parquetry, oval table top with small lift top mirror, two short side drawers flanking single interior compartment, tapering saber legs, one repaired, "Made in Italy" stamps and

Lot: 253 - MUSIC: Thirty-two early 20th C. Mira music box 18

MUSIC: Thirty-two early 20th C. Mira music box 18 1/2" dia. discs ranging from duets, sextets, and serenades to opera excerpts from "William Tell" and "Carmen", select titles include: #631 The Blue and the Gray; #187 Soldier''s Farewell; #1037

Lot: 254 - Wedgwood "Trentham" pattern dinnerware, one

Wedgwood "Trentham" pattern dinnerware, one hundred eleven pieces, polychrome central design flowers and urn, raised geometric decoration, including: nineteen teacups; thirteen large plates, 10 3/8" diam.; seven plates, 8 1/8" diam.; eleven plates, 1

Lot: 255 - MUSIC: Thirty early 20th C. Mira music box 18

MUSIC: Thirty early 20th C. Mira music box 18 1/2" dia. discs, mostly orchestral, ranging from minuets, gavottes, and intermezzos, to quartets, quintets, and marches, including some selections from the operas "William Tell" and the "Barber of

Lot: 256 - William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928), two

William Henry Chandler (American, 1854-1928), two pastels on paper depicting natural landscapes: the first a spring landscape showing lake surrounded by rolling tree- and flower-covered hills, unsigned, ss: 13 1/2" h. x 27 1/2" w.; and the second a

Lot: 257 - MUSIC: Thirty early 20th C. Mira music box 18

MUSIC: Thirty early 20th C. Mira music box 18 1/2" dia. discs, mostly orchestral, including lullabies, waltzes, wedding marches, and Irish and American folk songs, select titles include: #12 Southern Roses; #857 "Heidelberg" Stein song; #136 Old

Lot: 258 - ASIAN: Four 20th C. soapstone, cast metal, and

ASIAN: Four 20th C. soapstone, cast metal, and ivory figures: red soapstone seal, foo dog finial on top of oblong block incised with overall floral and foliate decoration, expected wear including worn base corners, 7 1/8" h.; bronze cover or finial

Lot: 259 - 19th C. Sheraton chest of drawers, step back top

19th C. Sheraton chest of drawers, step back top with two short drawers over long projecting drawer above three long drawers, each with circular wooden handles, barley twist pilasters ending in turned and ball feet, expected wear including loss to

Lot: 260 - Raymond E. Hill (20th C.), 1923, watercolor on

Raymond E. Hill (20th C.), 1923, watercolor on paper, sailboats and shacks on water''s edge, rowboat in foreground, signed and dated in pencil LR, framed and matted behind glass, minor toning, wear and damages to frame, not examined out of frame,

Lot: 261 - MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse

MIRROR: 19th C. Federal wall mirror, reverse painted tablet of two early type homes surrounded by red drapery and blue background, gilded frame with block corners with floral accents, split pilasters, loss of gilt, heavy loss and flaking of blue

Lot: 262 - Two 19th/20th C. Windsor style armchairs with

Two 19th/20th C. Windsor style armchairs with saddle seats and H-stretchers: larger one sack back with fourteen vertical spindles, mid rail modified into top rail, looseness to left side, shallow fragment of left seat replaced, 30 1/4" h. x 28 3/4"

Lot: 263 - Early 18th C. American joined tavern table, maple

Early 18th C. American joined tavern table, maple and tulip poplar, rectangular one-board likely 19th C. top with rounded corners, straight chamfered legs and medial stretcher, full height base, some cracks and splits, repegging, later battens under

Lot: 264 - Gillando Broggi (Italian, active Essex, England,

Gillando Broggi (Italian, active Essex, England, c. 1815-1845) wall barometer, banjo form mahogany veneer case with string inlay, broken pediment at crest with brass urn shaped finial, hygrometer, thermometer box in Fahrenheit, silver-finished dial

Lot: 265 - Michael Kane (20th C.) signed Nantucket basket,

Michael Kane (20th C.) signed Nantucket basket, 1975, oak staves with rattan weave, wooden base with 1975 penny attached center interior, round opening, swing handle secured by ivory knobs, engraved "1975, Mike Kane, Nantucket Island" underside base,

Lot: 266 - WEAPONS, two reproduction whaling harpoons, each

WEAPONS, two reproduction whaling harpoons, each coiled with rope and twine and capped with double spurred bronze finished barbs: longer measures 66" l.; smaller measuring 37 5/8" l. mounted on wooden wall plaque fitted for hanging, expected wear

Lot: 267 - Late 18th C. Queen Anne side chair, Stratford, CT,

Late 18th C. Queen Anne side chair, Stratford, CT, maple and ash with reddish finish, dramatic crest with pointed ears, country splat, rust seat, raking backrest and back legs, turned legs and box stretcher, simple Spanish front feet, repaired back

Lot: 268 - Pair Glo-Mar Arworks, Inc., NY wall sconces, each

Pair Glo-Mar Arworks, Inc., NY wall sconces, each with clear glass hurricane shade with star band at shoulder, brass support fitted for hanging, and convex smoke bill cover suspended approximately 4" above shade, each sconce accommodates single

Lot: 269 - RUG: Antique Persian Mahal carpet, red ground with

RUG: Antique Persian Mahal carpet, red ground with blue, pink, cream, and green accents, minor moth damage, worn fringe and edges, unraveled ends, 4''2" l. x 6''4" w.

Lot: 270 - Charles Buckles Falls (American, 1874-1959), two

Charles Buckles Falls (American, 1874-1959), two unframed watercolors on paper, c. 1937: the first a close-up of flowers and scattered mushrooms, inscribed, dated and pencil signed along lower margin, glue residue in corners from previous mounting,

Lot: 271 - 20th C. Queen Anne style console table, mahogany

20th C. Queen Anne style console table, mahogany finish, molded oblong top, tandem short drawers, scalloped apron with shell relief at center, cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, solid batwing escutcheons with swing bails, carpenter''s pencil

Lot: 272 - Ruth Haviland Sutton, (American, 1898 - 1960),

Ruth Haviland Sutton, (American, 1898 - 1960), "The Oldest House in Nantucket", circa 1950, lithograph on paper, depicts a saltbox cape and timber well on hillside, signed and titled in pencil in lower margin, matted and framed behind glass, artist

Lot: 273 - ASIAN: Three pieces of carved hardstone: first a

ASIAN: Three pieces of carved hardstone: first a depiction of a crane and deer under a pine tree, customized carved stand, 7 1/2" h. (stand included); the second a figure of a scholar holding a scroll in one hand and his long beard in another,

Lot: 274 - Charles Russell Loomis (American, 1857-1936),

Charles Russell Loomis (American, 1857-1936), watercolor on paper, "Autumn Moonlight," depicting gathered corn stalks with pumpkins scattered along the ground, signed LR, unframed, expected wear including toning and glue residue on matting, 10 3/4"

Lot: 275 - 19th/20th C. American stoneware flasks, jugs, and

19th/20th C. American stoneware flasks, jugs, and bottles, eleven pieces: moon shaped flask with cork stopper, flat chip to base, 12 3/4" h. x 10" w.; Lehn & Fink, New York two-toned demi-john jug, chipped rim, 11 1/2" h.; and nine salt-glazed

Lot: 276 - Victorian yarn wreath under glass in shadow box

Victorian yarn wreath under glass in shadow box frame, c-shaped wreath with red, orange, yellow, and blue blossoms including day lily form, beige fabric background with minor foxing, expected surface and gilt loss to frame, not examined out of frame,

Lot: 277 - Haden and Kappel, two etchings: Sir Francis

Haden and Kappel, two etchings: Sir Francis Seymour Haden (English, 1818-1910), "Windmill Hill No. 1," depicting winter landscape along banks of a river with two cabins in the distance, pencil signed LR, matted behind glass in gilt frame, foxing

Lot: 278 - 19th C. three drawer chest painted mustard yellow

19th C. three drawer chest painted mustard yellow with red faux graining and black stenciling to top, front, and sides, carved fruit cluster pulls, right front foot missing bracket foot and castor, left front foot missing castor, expected wear

Lot: 279 - Everett Sahrbeck (American, 1910-1995), watercolor

Everett Sahrbeck (American, 1910-1995), watercolor on paper depicting boats moored in marshy cove, signed LL, with brief artist biography attached to paper backing verso, scattered foxing concentrated in UR corner, matted and framed behind glass, not

Lot: 280 - Two late 19th C. photographs depicting downtown

Two late 19th C. photographs depicting downtown Hartford, CT: R.S. DeLamater (Hartford, CT), sepia photograph of capital city storefront, c. 1880, some alterations, appears laid down, minor water stains, as: 13 1/2" h. x 16 5/8" w.; second a black

Lot: 281 - Pair Victorian armchairs upholstered in later

Pair Victorian armchairs upholstered in later canary yellow fabric, rosewood veneer, each with shell carving at center top rail, cabriole front feet and raking back feet, expected surface wear including light scratches and isolated veneer loss and

Lot: 282 - Ensel Salvi (Italian, 20th C.) oil on artist

Ensel Salvi (Italian, 20th C.) oil on artist board, coastal landscape at sunset depicting large rocks, rolling waves and distant sailboats, signed LL, in naturally-finished wooden frame with burlap matting and gilt trim, expected wear including some

Lot: 283 - Small collection of Egyptian artifacts, seven

Small collection of Egyptian artifacts, seven pieces: two ushabti or funerary figurines, larger turquoise colored faience, 3 1/8" h., smaller painted clay, 2 3/8" h.; along with five turquoise, glass, and carved wooden beads and plaques, three

Lot: 284 - Three late 19th/early 20th C. Victorian Eastlake

Three late 19th/early 20th C. Victorian Eastlake hall chairs, one arm chair and two side, all with aubergine leather backrests and seats, foliate and rosette carvings, some repairs to crest of armchair and legs of both side chairs, arm chair measures

Lot: 285 - Henry Curtis Ahl, Jr. (American, 1905-1996), "West

Henry Curtis Ahl, Jr. (American, 1905-1996), "West Newbury", oil on canvas board depicting New England fall landscape, with purple hills, denuded birch trees, and farmhouses in Essex County, MA, signed "Ahl Jr." LR, pen inscribed with work title

Lot: 286 - Early icon and button: Russian pocket triptych,

Early icon and button: Russian pocket triptych, brass and cobalt blue and turquoise colored enamel, front depicts Hill of Golgotha, left, central, and right panels depicting the Virgin, Christ, and John the Baptist respectively, damaged handle,

Lot: 287 - Unsigned oil on canvas-board, depicts side view of

Unsigned oil on canvas-board, depicts side view of cape farmhouse in summer, impressionist style, possible signature "Blashfield" in pencil LR verso along with "E.H. Blashfield" in pen, in gilt frame, minor wear at edge of board, loss to frame, not

Lot: 288 - Three 20th C. bull and buffalo themed bookends

Three 20th C. bull and buffalo themed bookends featuring Dodge, Inc. and Judd, all bronzed cast-metal: signed Gladys Brown Dodge, Inc. bookend depicting yoked bull head projecting over tree stump form base, copyrighted 1947 along base at back, some

Lot: 289 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Toward

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Toward Evening", oil on canvas, signed LL, landscape with a small town in the foreground comprised of small homes and a white church surrounded by trees, blue mountains in background, unframed, nail missing from LL

Lot: 290 - 20th C. wingback armchair upholstered in brown,

20th C. wingback armchair upholstered in brown, red, and purple tartan and trimmed with brass finished upholstery tacks, straight chamfered front legs and raking back legs, expected wear to feet, 43 1/2" h. x 23 1/2" w. x 23 1/2" d. [PLEASE BRING

Lot: 291 - 20th C. carved gilt eagle wall ornament, bird of

20th C. carved gilt eagle wall ornament, bird of prey depicting with outspread wings clutching fasces bundle on foliate relief bracket shelf, scored "Made in Italy" verso, separating seam around eagle''s head and shoulders, expected wear including

Lot: 292 - M.M. Andrews (19th/20th C.), 1907, oil on canvas

M.M. Andrews (19th/20th C.), 1907, oil on canvas depicting fall landscape, bridge crossing stream in meadow, examined out of frame to determine signature "M.M. Andrews" and date LL, red art store stamp verso, pen inscribed paper lining verso,

Lot: 293 - 20th C. Victorian style easel, pierced foliate

20th C. Victorian style easel, pierced foliate decoration to crest, shelf apron, and front stretcher, adjustable shelf height, tripod base, approximately 79" h.

Lot: 294 - Five 20th C. etchings by Reginald Green, Jackson

Five 20th C. etchings by Reginald Green, Jackson Simpson, Martin Hardie, Katherine Kimball, and William MacLean: Reginald Green (English, 20th C.), "Loch Lomond," pencil signed LR and in plate, ss: 9 1/4" h. x 7 3/4" w.; Jackson Simpson (English,

Lot: 295 - Bruce Mitchell (Canadian, 1912-1993), oil on

Bruce Mitchell (Canadian, 1912-1993), oil on canvas, winter landscape depicting a calmly flowing stream between trees, signed LL, in naturally finished frame, expected wear including frame rubbing along edges, frame with scratching, ss: 21 1/2" h. x

Lot: 296 - Three Connecticut Windsor side chairs, two fan

Three Connecticut Windsor side chairs, two fan backs and one bow back, c. 1780-1810, oak, maple, ash, pine, and other woods, two of three with detached legs: first a seven-spindle fan back, unusual seat shape, mismatched legs, later paint, 39 1/2"

Lot: 297 - 19th/20th C. cast-metal door stop and boot jack,

19th/20th C. cast-metal door stop and boot jack, two pieces: German Shepard door stop with hand-painted accents, dog depicted in alert mid-stride stance, scattered paint loss, 9 1/2" h. x 10 1/4" l. x 4 1/4" d.; along with Naughty Nellie boot jack,

Lot: 298 - Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Gray House,

Marion Huse (American, 1896-1967), "Gray House, Urban Neighborhood", unsigned, oil on canvas, urban landscape with road moving from left foreground to right mid ground, gray house with green roof just off of road in the center, beyond the house are

Lot: 299 - Two late 18th/19th C. prints: Currier & Ives, "A

Two late 18th/19th C. prints: Currier & Ives, "A Cat Nap", c. 1859, lithograph depicting sleeping mother and misbehaving children, scattered foxing mostly affecting margins, ebonized frame with gilt filet, image size: 13 1/4" h. x 18 1/8" w.; and

Lot: 300 - 19th C. American Sheraton wash stand, oblong top

19th C. American Sheraton wash stand, oblong top with shaped backsplash joined to double turned handles, single long drawer with brass pulls, oblong stretcher shelf, turned legs, one replaced handle, partly splitting right backsplash scroll, expected

Lot: 301 - 20th C. American School portrait of young man, oil

20th C. American School portrait of young man, oil on Masonite depicting sitter in white kerchief, patterned vest, and green frock coat with brass buttons, early 20th C. David Bendann paper label attached to top stretcher, black lighting reveals

Lot: 302 - Hepplewhite style shaving stand, mahogany with

Hepplewhite style shaving stand, mahogany with inlaid string banding, oval mirror suspended over shaped three drawer base and raised on bracket feet, minor checking to left side, approximately 24" h. x 18" w. x 9" d.

Lot: 303 - Two early 20th C. landscapes: first by Arthur E.

Two early 20th C. landscapes: first by Arthur E. Ward (American, 1863-1928), oil on board, "Clifton Village, England", depicting small village with walking mother and child and chickens, signed LL, signed and titled in pencil verso, frame rubbing and

Lot: 304 - Three Thomas Sutherland (British, 1785-1838) color

Three Thomas Sutherland (British, 1785-1838) color engravings after paintings by Dean Wolstenholme, Sr. (British, 1757-1837), "Shooting" series, c. 1823, published by R. Ackermann [London], three plates each depicting different English hunting

Lot: 305 - Two 18th/19th C. American ladder back side chairs

Two 18th/19th C. American ladder back side chairs with rush seats: first c. 1720, maple, oak, and ash, furniture scholar Robert Trent compares these finials to examples of Budington chairs of Fairfield, CT, altered left finial, ended out, 37 1/8" h.;

Lot: 306 - Three 20th C. fall and winter landscapes: first by

Three 20th C. fall and winter landscapes: first by Albert Beisiegel (American, 20th C.), oil on artist board depicting snow-covered mill with waterwheel, signed LR, frame rubbing, ss: 13.75" h. x 17.5" w.; second by T. Stanton (20th C.), oil on

Lot: 307 - After Anton Raphael Mengs (Austrian, 1728-1779),

After Anton Raphael Mengs (Austrian, 1728-1779), engraving, "King Charles III of Spain," after a painting by Mengs (1761) and engraved by Manuel Salvador Carmona (Spain, 1734-1820), depicting a standing Charles III in armor holding staff in one hand

Lot: 308 - Late 19th/early 20th C. tilt-top tea table,

Late 19th/early 20th C. tilt-top tea table, mahogany, circular dish top with inlaid Germantown, PA town seal reading "Vinum linum et Textrinum" [Vine, Linen and Weaving], birdcage support atop turned standard raised on tripod base ending in slipper

Lot: 309 - Three framed pieces of fine art, one by Stella T.

Three framed pieces of fine art, one by Stella T. Thorton and two by Isa P. Abbott: Stella T. Thorton (American, 20th C.), watercolor on paper, harbor scene depicting docked boats and boat houses, signed LR, matted behind glass in gray-painted frame

Lot: 310 - Four mid-late 19th C. ladies fans from New York,

Four mid-late 19th C. ladies fans from New York, Paris, and London, many in original boxes as found: Tiffany & Co. with mother-of-pearl staves and hand-painted mount embroidered with metal filigree and sequins; second hand-painted floral belonging to

Lot: 311 - Two 20th C. American landscapes: Alan Cote (b.

Two 20th C. American landscapes: Alan Cote (b. 1937), oil on canvas depicting a garden with cypress trees, signed LR, ss: 23 1/2" h. x 35 1/2" w.; and Judd Gallet (20th C.), oil on canvas depicting grassy meadow blanketed with colorful flowers,

Lot: 312 - Late 18th C. Queen Anne side chair, Connecticut,

Late 18th C. Queen Anne side chair, Connecticut, rush seat, raking backrest and back legs, Spanish front feet, unusual double-pinned joints throughout, two broken seat rungs present, corner posts of seat have been repaired, 36" h. x 20 1/8" w. x 18"

Lot: 313 - Four metalware accessories: Gregorian Copper

Four metalware accessories: Gregorian Copper napkin holder, repoussé floral decoration, signed on base, 5 1/2" x 4" w.; brass wall-mounted match stick holder, hunting motif with bird and rabbit, unmarked, 8" h. x 3 3/4" w.; adjustable

Lot: 314 - TOYS: Children''s cash register and miniature

TOYS: Children''s cash register and miniature figurines: Earl Toy (Naylor Corporation, Chicago, IL) cash register, black enamel case, ten push-down levers correspond to metal flags above, pop-out cash til, labeled under base, 6 3/4" h. x 7" w. x 6

Lot: 315 - 19th C. American low bedstead with rope pins,

19th C. American low bedstead with rope pins, maple and pine with red finish, comprised of head board with removable board, end board, two side rails, and metal hardware, Roman numerals scored at joints, expected surface wear including isolated water

Lot: 316 - 20th C. miniatures and doll house furnishings, 35+

20th C. miniatures and doll house furnishings, 35+ pieces: miniatures: Ralph T. Jones (Hingham, MA) slant lid desk, paper label with maker''s information located interior top drawer, minor loss to back left foot, 7 5/8" h.; second slant lid desk, 7

Lot: 317 - Four 19th/20th C. color lithographs depicting

Four 19th/20th C. color lithographs depicting chivalric scenes including jousting tournaments and knightly processions, published by Colnaghi & Puckle, 1843: "Knight of the Golden Lion (James Ogilvie Farlie, Esq.)"; "Knight of the Burning Tower (Sir

Lot: 318 - ASIAN: Early 20th C. Japanese hanging temple

ASIAN: Early 20th C. Japanese hanging temple bells, three domed bells of graduated size suspended with twine and rope, red painted finish decorated with songbirds, chrysanthemums, and key border, expected wear including paint loss and small dents,




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