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Auctioneer Eldred's (508)385-3116
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
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East Dennis, MA
Time 10:00AM
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Lot: 1001 - FOUR-PIECE PHILIP GARRETT COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE

FOUR-PIECE PHILIP GARRETT COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE Philadelphia, Circa 1825 A teapot, height 7.25", a covered sugar bowl, a creamer and a waste bowl, all with die-cast registers of flower heads and oak leaves. Acorn-form finials. Ball feet. Teapot

Lot: 1002 - BOSTON STERLING SILVER PORRINGER Keyhole handle

BOSTON STERLING SILVER PORRINGER Late 19th Century Keyhole handle and molded rim. Presentation inscription dated 1875. Length 8.25". Approx. 8.0 troy oz.

Lot: 1003 - AMERICAN COIN SILVER PORRINGER Unmarked. Keyhole

AMERICAN COIN SILVER PORRINGER Late 18th/Early 19th Century Unmarked. Keyhole handle and molded rim. Length 6.75". Approx. 4.4 troy oz.

Lot: 1004 - AMERICAN COIN SILVER PORRINGER Unmarked. Keyhole

AMERICAN COIN SILVER PORRINGER Late 18th/Early 19th Century Unmarked. Keyhole handle and molded rim. Later presentation inscription. Length 7.75". Approx. 6.2 troy oz.

Lot: 1005 - STODDER & FROBISHER COIN SILVER COVERED SUGAR BOWL

STODDER & FROBISHER COIN SILVER COVERED SUGAR BOWL AND CREAM PITCHER Boston, Circa 1820 Both with bulbous lobed bodies and die-cast rims and footrims. Sugar bowl height 7.25". Approx. 21.8 troy oz.

Lot: 1006 - JONES, BALL & POOR COIN SILVER CUP Tapered

JONES, BALL & POOR COIN SILVER CUP Boston, 1846 Tapered cylindrical body with molded rim and footrim and hollow handle. Inscribed "Isaac Parker, from his Grandfather for his name. November 26th 1846". Height 3.75". Approx. 7.0 troy oz.

Lot: 1007 - GORHAM STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL Circular bowl

GORHAM STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL Providence, Rhode Island, 1877 Circular bowl with die-cast rim featuring leaftips and arabesques. Stem with die-cast palmette register. Flaring foot. Diameter 8". Approx. 12.6 troy oz.

Lot: 1008 - TWELVE PIECES OF TIFFANY & CO. "VINE" PATTERN

TWELVE PIECES OF TIFFANY & CO. "VINE" PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE New York, 1873-91 Seven gourd teaspoons (six monogrammed "H"; one engraved "Elinor 1891"), three pomegranate solid dessert/tea knives (not monogrammed), one gourd sugar

Lot: 1009 - TWENTY-ONE PIECES OF TIFFANY & CO. "AILANTHUS"

TWENTY-ONE PIECES OF TIFFANY & CO. "AILANTHUS" PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE New York, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Most with various monograms. Includes: 6 teaspoons 4 9.75" knives 3 7" forks 1 oval soup/dessert spoon 1 individual solid

Lot: 1010 - PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO. SILVER SOLDERED TORPEDO

PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO. SILVER SOLDERED TORPEDO BOTTLE STANDS New York, Fourth Quarter of the 19th Century Together with two green glass torpedo bottles. Silver plated stands with three prongs and spreading foot. Monogrammed "W". Pattern number

Lot: 1011 - FIVE-PIECE GORHAM STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE

FIVE-PIECE GORHAM STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE Providence, Rhode Island, 1899 A coffeepot, height 8.25", a teapot, a creamer, a covered sugar bowl and a waste bowl, decorated with cast scrollwork and rose stems. Monogrammed. Approx.

Lot: 1012 - WILLIAM B. KERR ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER LADY'S

WILLIAM B. KERR ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER LADY'S BELT Circa 1900 Central buckle formed as a maiden holding a bouquet of flowers. Flanked by six additional female heads and dogwood blossoms joined by links. Central buckle with presentation

Lot: 1013 - MONUMENTAL TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER VASE In

MONUMENTAL TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER VASE New York, 1902-07 In fluted trumpet form with reeded stem, beaded collar and domed foot. Pattern number 16345. Height 25". Approx. 117.5 troy oz.

Lot: 1014 - PAIR OF GORHAM WEIGHTED STERLING SILVER

PAIR OF GORHAM WEIGHTED STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS Providence, Rhode Island, 1913 Formed as Corinthian columns with square molded and beaded bases. Heights 7.5".

Lot: 1015 - FOUR STERLING SILVER DOUBLE OLD-FASHIONED CUPS

FOUR STERLING SILVER DOUBLE OLD-FASHIONED CUPS RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO. 20th Century Slightly tapered bodies with beaded and molded rims and footrims. Not monogrammed. Approx. 22.2 troy oz.

Lot: 1016 - FIVE-PIECE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE

FIVE-PIECE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE Mid-20th Century Attributed to Manchester Silver Co. A coffeepot, height 11", a teapot, a creamer, a covered sugar bowl and a waste bowl, all in urn form. Not monogrammed. Lacking maker's

Lot: 1017 - WATSON "NAVARRE" PATTERN STERLING SILVER VASE With

WATSON "NAVARRE" PATTERN STERLING SILVER VASE Attleboro, Massachusetts, 20th Century With flaring rim and chased design of shells and acanthus leaves. Weighted foot with presentation inscription. Height 18.25".

Lot: 1017A - TWELVE KNIVES WITH SILVER HANDLES RETAILED BY

TWELVE KNIVES WITH SILVER HANDLES RETAILED BY CARTIER Handles with threaded edge and monogram. Stainless steel blades marked Cartier. Handles unmarked. Lengths 8".

Lot: 1018 - ASSEMBLED AMERICAN "POINTED ANTIQUE" PATTERN

ASSEMBLED AMERICAN "POINTED ANTIQUE" PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE All with matching monogram. Most with an unidentified mark featuring a lowercase "e" in a shield. Includes: 8 9.5" knives 8 8" forks 8 luncheon/dessert forks 11

Lot: 1019 - INTERNATIONAL "OLD RHAPSODY" STERLING SILVER

INTERNATIONAL "OLD RHAPSODY" STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Connecticut, 20th Century Not monogrammed. In a fitted wood case. Includes: 24 teaspoons 12 9.5" knives 12 9" knives 12 flat butter spreaders 12 7.5" forks 12 7" forks 12 salad

Lot: 1020 - FOUR-PIECE MANCHESTER SILVER CO. BALTIMORE-STYLE

FOUR-PIECE MANCHESTER SILVER CO. BALTIMORE-STYLE TEA SERVICE Providence, Rhode Island, 20th Century A kettle on stand with burner, height 15", a coffeepot, a teapot and a waste bowl, all in urn form with hand-chased repoussé floral decoration.

Lot: 1021 - ASSEMBLED STERLING SILVER DEMITASSE SERVICE

ASSEMBLED STERLING SILVER DEMITASSE SERVICE Consists of a Reed & Barton pot, height 8.25", and a Victorian creamer and open sugar bowl (Birmingham, 1893, S.W. Smith & Co., maker). Approx. 32.0 total troy oz.

Lot: 1022 - LUNT "WILLIAM AND MARY" PATTERN STERLING SILVER

LUNT "WILLIAM AND MARY" PATTERN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE Massachusetts, Mid-20th Century Not monogrammed. Includes: 12 9" knives 12 salad forks 12 flat butter spreaders 12 soup spoons 11 7" forks 8 teaspoons 2 sugar spoons 2 olive

Lot: 1023 - HARLEQUIN PAIR OF SPANISH COLONIAL SILVER BOWLS In

HARLEQUIN PAIR OF SPANISH COLONIAL SILVER BOWLS Mexico or South America, 18th Century In circular form with two scrolled and foliate handles. Approx. diameters 6.5". Approx. 21.1 total troy oz.

Lot: 1024 - WILLIAM SPRATLING STERLING SILVER AND ROSEWOOD

WILLIAM SPRATLING STERLING SILVER AND ROSEWOOD SALAD SERVING FORK AND SPOON Taxco, Mexico, 1930s Hammered surfaces with rope detail on handle. Length 12". Approx. 8.2 total troy oz.

Lot: 1025 - GERMAN SILVER SALVER Hand-raised and with molded

GERMAN SILVER SALVER Augsburg, Second Half of the 18th Century Hand-raised and with molded rim. Maker's mark "ED". City mark with an "N" below the pine cone. Diameter 12". Approx. 23.4 troy oz.

Lot: 1026 - TWELVE GERMAN THIRTEEN LOTH DEMITASSE SPOONS

TWELVE GERMAN THIRTEEN LOTH DEMITASSE SPOONS 19th Century Gold-washed spoons with figural terminals and bowls designed as 16th Century coins. Lengths 4". In a fitted case. Approx. 6.0 troy oz.

Lot: 1027 - PAIR OF MAISON ODIOT .950 SILVER COVERED TUREENS

PAIR OF MAISON ODIOT .950 SILVER COVERED TUREENS ON SILVER PLATED STANDS The tureens and covers Maison Odiot, Paris, c. 1860. Domed and lobed covers cast with scrollwork on shoulder and surmounted by differing turnip-form handles. Engraved with a

Lot: 1028 - NICHOLAS II .875 SILVER CIGARETTE CASE First

NICHOLAS II .875 SILVER CIGARETTE CASE Moscow, 1899-1908 First kokoshnik mark, Ivan Sergeyevich Lebedkin, assayer. Unidentified maker's mark Cyrillic "PA" in an oval cartouche. Cover relief-decorated with a Cossack on horseback. The horse's eye set

Lot: 1029 - GERMAN WEIGHTED .830 SILVER FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRUM

GERMAN WEIGHTED .830 SILVER FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRUM Early 20th Century Central sconce surrounded by four arms. Indistinct maker's mark. Height 9.5".

Lot: 1030 - PORTUGUESE .916 SILVER SAUCE BOAT In modified

PORTUGUESE .916 SILVER SAUCE BOAT Porto, Mid-20th Century In modified helmet form with cast C-scrolls on rim and footrim, and engraved foliate motif. Monogrammed. Unidentified maker's mark. Height 7.25". Approx. 21.2 troy oz.

Lot: 1031 - HAND-CHASED STERLING SILVER DISH Rectangular dish

HAND-CHASED STERLING SILVER DISH Rectangular dish with canted corners and wide upturned rim featuring dolphins and vining tendrils. Gadrooned rim. Four scrolled feet. Three of the dolphins hand-chased "Zappa". Underside of rim stamped "925" and

Lot: 1032 - PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS

PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS London, 1773 Maker's mark "IC", possibly for John Cox. Beaded accents. Engraved with rampant lion heraldic devices. Monogrammed and numbered on undersides. Heights 10.5". Approx. 44.6 troy oz.

Lot: 1033 - GEORGE II/III SILVER-MOUNTED COWRIE SHELL SNUFF

GEORGE II/III SILVER-MOUNTED COWRIE SHELL SNUFF BOX Probably Ireland, 18th Century Lacking hallmarks. Maker's mark "GM". Hinged Rococo cover decorated with C-scrolls and flowers framing a central engraved coat of arms. Gold-washed interior. Length

Lot: 1034 - SIX ENGLISH SILVER PLATED SERVICE PLATES

SIX ENGLISH SILVER PLATED SERVICE PLATES Late 18th/19th Century Unidentified maker's mark. Retailed by West & Son. Each with gadrooned rim and two heraldic engravings. Diameters 10.25".

Lot: 1035 - PAIR OF VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO. SILVER PLATED

PAIR OF VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO. SILVER PLATED THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA England, 1883 In Neoclassical style. Both with ornate scrolled arms supported by Corinthian columns. Bases adorned with rams' heads and garlands. Heights 21.25".

Lot: 1036 - MONUMENTAL VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO. SILVER PLATED

MONUMENTAL VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO. SILVER PLATED TANKARD England, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Depicts a Middle Eastern battle scene in high relief. Hinged cover surmounted by a panther. Turk's-head thumbpiece. Spreading foot with two

Lot: 1037 - ASSEMBLED FOUR-PIECE GEORGE V STERLING SILVER TEA

ASSEMBLED FOUR-PIECE GEORGE V STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE Sheffield All in urn form with stop-gadrooned bodies. Monogrammed. Hot water pot, 1919, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin), maker. Teapot, creamer and open sugar, 1927,

Lot: 1038 - AMERICAN BRILLIANT-CUT EWER WITH STERLING SILVER

AMERICAN BRILLIANT-CUT EWER WITH STERLING SILVER RIM Late 19th/Early 20th Century Unmarked clear crystal ewer with fluting and notched vertical band. Whiting rim with scrolled acanthus leaf design. Height 12".

Lot: 1039 - JAMES II STERLING SILVER LIGHTHOUSE-FORM CANN

JAMES II STERLING SILVER LIGHTHOUSE-FORM CANN London, 1687 Maker's mark "FS", possibly for Francis Singleton. Tapered cylindrical body with molded rim and footrim, and S-form handle. Height 4.5". Approx. 11.1 troy oz. Provenance: A Rhode

Lot: 1040 - GEORGE II STERLING SILVER BALUSTER-FORM MUG

GEORGE II STERLING SILVER BALUSTER-FORM MUG London, 1758 Francis Crump, maker. Molded rim and spreading foot. Scrolled handle with acanthus-form thumbpiece. Monogrammed on handle and body. Height 5". Approx. 13.0 troy oz.. Provenance: A Rhode

Lot: 1041 - QUEEN ANNE STERLING SILVER TANKARD Thomas Farren,

QUEEN ANNE STERLING SILVER TANKARD London, 1713 Thomas Farren, maker. Domed cover with shaped rim and scrolled thumbpiece. Tapered cylindrical body with central banding and molded foot. S-form handle with applied grip and monogrammed "RFT". Height

Lot: 1042 - GEORGE II LIGHTHOUSE-FORM STERLING SILVER

GEORGE II LIGHTHOUSE-FORM STERLING SILVER COFFEEPOT London, 1739 John Swift, maker. Spout cast with acanthus leaves. Engraved with a coat of arms. Scrolled rosewood handle. Height 9". Approx. 31.8 troy oz. Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1043 - GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALVER Thomas Hannam &

GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALVER London, 1805 Thomas Hannam & John Crouch II, maker. Gadrooned rim and feet. Central monogram. Underside inscribed "Martha Sayles Nicholson From Cousin Susette Hoy October 2nd 1943". Diameter 9". Approx. 19.0

Lot: 1044 - MAPPIN & WEBB STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE

MAPPIN & WEBB STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE London and Sheffield, 1940-41 Together with 12 Israel Freeman & Son Ltd. cream soup spoons. Monogrammed. Knives and butter spreaders with pistol grip handles. Service includes: 13 iced tea

Lot: 1045 - SAMUEL CASEY COLONIAL COIN SILVER PORRINGER

SAMUEL CASEY COLONIAL COIN SILVER PORRINGER Rhode Island, Mid-18th Century Pierced keyhole handle monogrammed "MT". Diameter 5". Approx. 7.9 troy oz. Note: Purportedly descended in the Townsend family of Newport. Provenance: A Rhode Island

Lot: 1046 - TWO RHODE ISLAND COIN SILVER TEASPOONS Both with

TWO RHODE ISLAND COIN SILVER TEASPOONS Late 18th Century Both with bright-cut decoration, monogram and presentation engraving. One John Gladding Gibbs, length 5". The other Saunders Pitman, length 5.25". Approx. 0.7 total troy oz. Provenance:

Lot: 1047 - FOUR-PIECE JOHN MCMULLIN COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE A

FOUR-PIECE JOHN MCMULLIN COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE Philadelphia, Circa 1800 A hot water kettle on stand with burner, a teapot, height 6.75", a covered sugar bowl and a creamer, all with gadrooned rims. Urn-form finials. Monogrammed. Approx. 48.8

Lot: 1048 - GORHAM STERLING SILVER PUNCH BOWL WITH

GORHAM STERLING SILVER PUNCH BOWL WITH REPOUSSÉ DECORATION OF A MOTOR YACHT Providence, Rhode Island, Early 20th Century With lobed rim, flaring foot and hand-hammered surface. Height 7". Diameter 13.75". Approx. 64.3 troy oz. Note:

Lot: 1049 - PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER CAKE PLATES

PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER CAKE PLATES New York, 1907-47 Both with acid-etched neoclassical decoration featuring husk garlands and roundels. Central monogram. Height 4". Diameter 9". Approx. 37.5 troy oz. Provenance: A Rhode

Lot: 1050 - FOUR-PIECE ENSKO GEORGE I-STYLE STERLING SILVER

FOUR-PIECE ENSKO GEORGE I-STYLE STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE New York, Mid-20th Century Monogrammed. Includes a lighthouse-form teapot (also with a Currier & Roby mark), height 8.75", and a covered sugar bowl, a creamer and square tray with cut

Lot: 1051 - PAIR OF STERLING SILVER COMPOTES RETAILED BY

PAIR OF STERLING SILVER COMPOTES RETAILED BY CARTIER Mid-20th Century Both with shallow bowls featuring a central monogram. Knopped stems and flaring feet. Heights 3.5". Approx. 23.6 troy oz. Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1052 - FRAMED LITHOGRAPH "STEAM PACKET CHANCELLOR

FRAMED LITHOGRAPH "STEAM PACKET CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON. ENTERING THE HARBOUR OF NEWPORT." Early 19th Century After a work by Moses Swett. According to the Boston Atheneum, which holds a copy of this rare print, the " Chancellor Livingston was the

Lot: 1053 - RARE CHINESE EXPORT TEAPOT MADE FOR THE AMERICAN

RARE CHINESE EXPORT TEAPOT MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET Late 18th Century In cylindrical form with entwined handle terminating at the pot with a gilt foliate design. Lid with acorn finial. Both sides decorated with a two-masted ship flying the

Lot: 1054 - WEDGWOOD COMMEMORATIVE PLATTER Brown transfer

WEDGWOOD COMMEMORATIVE PLATTER 20th Century Brown transfer decoration of "Constitution and Java December 29, 1812". Border with star design and eagle. 19" x 15.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1055 - CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PARTIAL SOUP

CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PARTIAL SOUP SERVICE Late 19th Century Twenty pieces, each with decoration of polychrome enamel flowers in urns and random floral sprays on a white ground. Entwined ribbon borders. Includes a soup tureen with

Lot: 1056 - BANJO BAROMETER Shaped mahogany case with broken

BANJO BAROMETER 19th Century Shaped mahogany case with broken arch pediment and shell and rosette inlay. Dial signed indistinctly, possibly "G. Zandral". Height 38.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1057 - MCGREGOR & CO. MARINE STICK BAROMETER In mahogany

MCGREGOR & CO. MARINE STICK BAROMETER Scotland, Late 19th Century In mahogany with brass hardware. Height 37". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1058 - BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS In mahogany with tiger

BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS American, Early 19th Century In mahogany with tiger maple fronts. Four graduated full-width drawers with cock-bead molding. Top edge and drawers with crossbanding and string inlay. Shaped skirt and bracket feet. Height

Lot: 1059 - PAIR OF BRONZE SIGNAL CANNONS Unmarked. Lengths

PAIR OF BRONZE SIGNAL CANNONS Continental, 19th Century Unmarked. Lengths 14". Bore diameters 0.75". Mounted on 20th Century carriages. Length of carriages 10". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1060 - TWO HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE SIDE CHAIRS In mahogany with

TWO HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE SIDE CHAIRS In mahogany with pierced urn-form splats, over-upholstered seats and H-stretchers. Back heights 38.5". Seat heights 18.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1061 - TALL-CASE CLOCK Bonnet with broken arch pediment

TALL-CASE CLOCK Bonnet with broken arch pediment above blind fret-carving and engaged columns flanking a glazed tombstone door. Engraved brass dial with enameled moon phase. Dial signed Joseph Bishop Bridport. Marquetry-decorated case with

Lot: 1062 - SAMUEL WALTERS, English, 1811-1882, The American

SAMUEL WALTERS English, 1811-1882 The American ship Independence off Liverpool. Depicted in three positions. Signed lower right "S. Walters". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Oil on canvas, 28" x 42". Framed 32" x 46".

Lot: 1063 - JACKSON AND GOSLING PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE Together

JACKSON AND GOSLING PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE English, 1930s-40s Together with a Copeland Spode "Merlin" pattern two-handled serving plate, length 10". Jackson and Gosling service in two similar foliate patterns to the "Merlin" pattern; all pieces

Lot: 1064 - FIVE RUBY CUT-TO-CLEAR CASED GLASS DRESSER BOTTLES

FIVE RUBY CUT-TO-CLEAR CASED GLASS DRESSER BOTTLES Late 19th Century Two colognes with Saint-Louis paper labels and diaper design, two unmarked colognes with starburst and block design, and one unmarked perfume with honeycomb design. Cologne

Lot: 1065 - EIGHT SHERATON-STYLE DINING CHAIRS Seven side

EIGHT SHERATON-STYLE DINING CHAIRS Seven side chairs and one armchair, all in mahogany with pierced splats adorned with fabric swags and square tapered legs. Over-upholstered seats. Back heights 35.25". Seat heights 18.5". Provenance: A Rhode

Lot: 1066 - CHELSEA PRESENTATION SHIP'S BELL CLOCK Marked on

CHELSEA PRESENTATION SHIP'S BELL CLOCK Early 20th Century Marked on dial "Chelsea Clock Co., Boston U.S.A". Bronze pedestal base with verdigris patina. Plaque affixed to base lists names of executives from the Nicholson File Company and is dated

Lot: 1067 - ENGLISH BREAKFRONT In mahogany and mahogany

ENGLISH BREAKFRONT Early 19th Century In mahogany and mahogany veneer. Both upper and lower portions with protruding central section. Upper portion with removable cornice and four mullioned glazed cabinet doors enclosing interior shelves. Lower

Lot: 1068 - THREE HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIRS Pierced splats with

THREE HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIRS American, Early 19th Century Pierced splats with fleur-de-lis decoration. Seats with differing upholstery. Back heights 38". Seat heights 18". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1069 - TEN GORHAM LIMITED EDITION AMERICA'S CUP SOUVENIR

TEN GORHAM LIMITED EDITION AMERICA'S CUP SOUVENIR PLATES American, Late 20th Century Each with central transfer decoration of a yacht at sea above an applied bisque half hull model of the vessel. Slate blue rims with gilt images of America's Cup

Lot: 1070 - ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th Century, Ships off the

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Ships off the coast. Unsigned. Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Oil on canvas, 18.5" x 26". Framed 24" x 32".

Lot: 1071 - SUNDERLAND PINK LUSTRE JUG Obverse depicts "The

SUNDERLAND PINK LUSTRE JUG English, Mid-19th Century Obverse depicts "The Marner's [ sic] Compass". Reverse with poem "The Sailors Tear". Unmarked. Height 5.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1072 - GILT AND POLYCHROME HAND-CARVED WOODEN SPREAD-WING

GILT AND POLYCHROME HAND-CARVED WOODEN SPREAD-WING EAGLE American, Mid-20th Century Possibly by the Artistic Carving Company, Boston. Eagle clutching a shield and arrows. Height 16". Width 44". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1073 - HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD In mahogany and mahogany

HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD American, Late 18th Century In mahogany and mahogany veneer with string inlay. Concave doors flank a central stack of three drawers. Square tapered legs. Oval brasses. Height 38". Width 64". Depth 24". Provenance: A Rhode

Lot: 1074 - SET OF WROUGHT IRON AND BRASS ANDIRONS AND

SET OF WROUGHT IRON AND BRASS ANDIRONS AND FIREPLACE TOOLS Early 20th Century Matching set of andirons, shovel, fork and stand, together with a pair of tongs and two chimney brush weights. Andiron height 28.25". Provenance: A Rhode Island

Lot: 1075 - HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER, Rhode Island, 1872-1943,

HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER Rhode Island, 1872-1943 "Watch Hill '27". Signed, titled and dated lower left "H.A. Dyer Watch Hill '27". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Watercolor, 11.5" x 15.25" sight. Framed 19.5" x 23".

Lot: 1076 - HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER, Rhode Island, 1872-1943,

HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER Rhode Island, 1872-1943 "Lobster Boat Woods Hole". Signed lower left "H.A. Dyer". Titled verso. Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Watercolor, 11.5" x 15.25" sight. Framed 19.5" x 23".

Lot: 1077 - HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER, Rhode Island, 1872-1943,

HEZEKIAH ANTHONY DYER Rhode Island, 1872-1943 "Nantucket". Signed lower right "H.A. Dyer Nantucket". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Watercolor, 9.5" x 13.5" sight. Framed 15.5" x 19.5".

Lot: 1078 - CHARLES W. BARTLETT, England/Hawaii, 1860-1940,

CHARLES W. BARTLETT England/Hawaii, 1860-1940 "Hawaiian Fisherman". Titled and monogrammed in plate lower right. Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Woodblock print in colors, 10.5" x 14.75" sight. Framed 18.5" x 22.5".

Lot: 1079 - CHARLES CROPPER PARKS, Delaware, 1922-2012, Boy

CHARLES CROPPER PARKS Delaware, 1922-2012 Boy with seagulls. Signed and dated on base "Parks 77". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate. Bronze, height inclusive of marble base 26.5".

Lot: 1080 - COFFEE TABLE WITH PIETRA DURA MARBLE TOP Top

COFFEE TABLE WITH PIETRA DURA MARBLE TOP Italian, Mid-20th Century Top inlaid with fish, seashells and a seahorse in various hardstone veneers. Brass base with cabriole legs. Height 16". Length 47.5". Width 27.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island

Lot: 1081 - FOUR WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN ARMCHAIRS Woven

FOUR WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN ARMCHAIRS Mid-20th Century Woven rope backs and seats. Patinated bronze frames. Back heights 31.5". Seat heights 17.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1082 - FOUR WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN SIDE CHAIRS

FOUR WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN SIDE CHAIRS Mid-20th Century Woven rope backs and seats. Patinated bronze frames. Two with labels. Back heights 32.5". Seat heights 18". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1083 - WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN DINING TABLE FRAME

WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN DINING TABLE FRAME Mid-20th Century Rectangular patinated bronze frame with central stretcher. Unmarked. Height 38". Length 49.5". Width 28". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1084 - WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN CHAISE LONGUE Woven

WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN CHAISE LONGUE Mid-20th Century Woven rope back and seat. Patinated bronze frame. Back height 32". Length 63". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1085 - WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN LOUNGE CHAIR Woven

WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN LOUNGE CHAIR Mid-20th Century Woven rope back and seat. Patinated bronze frame. Back height 31". Seat height 17.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1086 - WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN COFFEE TABLE FRAME

WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN COFFEE TABLE FRAME Mid-20th Century Patinated bronze frame. Unmarked. Height 16". Length 41". Width 25.25". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1087 - WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN ARMCHAIR Woven rope

WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN ARMCHAIR Mid-20th Century Woven rope back and seat. Patinated bronze frame. Semi-circular stretchers. Back height 31". Seat height 15.5". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1088 - PAIR OF WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN END TABLES

PAIR OF WALTER LAMB FOR BROWN JORDAN END TABLES Mid-20th Century Patinated bronze frames. Textured clear plexiglass tops. Heights 17.5". Lengths 23.25". Widths 17.25". Provenance: A Rhode Island Estate.

Lot: 1089 - ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG, New York/Florida, 1925-2008,

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG New York/Florida, 1925-2008 "Ace Gallery, Venice USA". Signed and dated lower right "Rauschenberg 77". Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Poster, 71.50" x 50". Unframed.

Lot: 1090 - ALEXANDER CALDER, Connecticut/New York/France,

ALEXANDER CALDER Connecticut/New York/France, 1898-1976 Untitled. Signed in pencil lower right "Calder". Numbered in pencil lower left "44/75". Lithograph, 30" x 20.5" sheet. Framed 35.5" x 27.25".

Lot: 1091 - EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Designed by Herman

EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Circa 1975 Designed by Herman Miller. Molded wood veneer with black leather upholstery. Herman Miller labels on the underside of each piece. Height of chair 32". Width across arms 32". Depth 27". Height of ottoman

Lot: 1092 - MIES VAN DER ROHE FOR KNOLL BARCELONA CHAIR Brown

MIES VAN DER ROHE FOR KNOLL BARCELONA CHAIR Circa 1970 Brown leather cushions on a chrome base. Paper label.

Lot: 1093 - PAIR OF HANS WEGNER FOR JOHANNES HANSEN PEACOCK

PAIR OF HANS WEGNER FOR JOHANNES HANSEN PEACOCK CHAIRS Denmark, Designed in 1947 Model JH-550. In ash with woven papercord seats. Branded marks. Back heights 41.5".

Lot: 1094 - LAURENCE PHILIP SISSON, Massachusetts/Maine/New

LAURENCE PHILIP SISSON Massachusetts/Maine/New Mexico, 1928-2015 "October Fashion", depicting a hillside filled with Queen Anne's lace. Signed lower left "L. Sisson". Watercolor with gouache on paper, 23" x 30". Framed 28.5" x 37".

Lot: 1095 - LAURENCE PHILIP SISSON, Massachusetts/Maine/New

LAURENCE PHILIP SISSON Massachusetts/Maine/New Mexico, 1928-2015 Island off the coast of Maine. Signed lower left "L. Sisson". Watercolor with gouache on paper, 21" x 29". Framed 29.5" x 36.5".

Lot: 1096 - JAMES EDWARD FITZGERALD, Massachusetts, 1899-1971,

JAMES EDWARD FITZGERALD Massachusetts, 1899-1971 Abstract of crashing surf. Signed lower right "James Fitzgerald". Estate stamp verso. Watercolor on paper, 17" x 23". Framed 25" x 31".

Lot: 1097 - ERNEST FIENE, New York, 1894-1965, "Stormy Sea,

ERNEST FIENE New York, 1894-1965 "Stormy Sea, Monhegan Island". Signed lower right "E. Fiene". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 13" x 16". Framed 16" x 19".

Lot: 1098 - SIX CHARLES AND RAY EAMES FOR HERMAN MILLER SHELL

SIX CHARLES AND RAY EAMES FOR HERMAN MILLER SHELL SIDE CHAIRS Orange fiberglass on black enameled metal bases. All with molded Herman Miller logo, paper Herman Miller labels and paper labels for retailer Contemporary of Brookline, Massachusetts.

Lot: 1099 - OSCAR FLORIANUS BLUEMNER, Massachusetts/New

OSCAR FLORIANUS BLUEMNER Massachusetts/New York/Germany, 1867-1938 Sketch of a river, house and boat. Monogrammed lower left. From a Cape Cod Collection of Americana. Pencil and charcoal on paper, 5" x 6.75". Framed 10.5" x 12.5".

Lot: 1100 - CHAIM GROSS, American/Polish, 1904-1991,

CHAIM GROSS American/Polish, 1904-1991 "Caring". Signed on side of base "Chaim Gross". Mounted and titled on wooden pedestal. Bronze, height 5.5".

Lot: 1101 - HOMER GUNN, American, 1919-2001, Nib of a fountain

HOMER GUNN American, 1919-2001 Nib of a fountain pen and a pool of ink. Incised at base "Gunn". Sheet bronze sculpture with enamel, height 13.75".

Lot: 1102 - BESSIE ONAHOTEMA POTTER (KEYES) VONNOH, New

BESSIE ONAHOTEMA POTTER (KEYES) VONNOH New York/Connecticut/Missouri, 1872-1955 Dancing girl. Signed on base "Bessie Potter no. XXIII". Foundry mark for Roman Bronze Works, New York. Bronze, height 14".

Lot: 1103 - ABBOTT LAWRENCE PATTISON, Illinois, 1916-1999,

ABBOTT LAWRENCE PATTISON Illinois, 1916-1999 "Man in the Piazza". Signed on base "A. Pattison". The artist's son, custodian of the estate, noted to the consignor: "Your bronze was made in 1985 and cast in Abbott's foundry in Florence, Italy and

Lot: 1103A - CHARLES GREEN SHAW, New York, 1892-1974,

CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 "Re-Birth". Signed lower left "Shaw". Also signed and dated verso "Charles Shaw 1961". Provenance: Bertha Schaefer Gallery, New York. Oil on canvas, 50" x 40". Framed 51.5" x 41.5".

Lot: 1103B - CHARLES GREEN SHAW, New York, 1892-1974, "Cosmic

CHARLES GREEN SHAW New York, 1892-1974 "Cosmic Flight". Signed lower right "Shaw". Also signed and dated verso "Charles Shaw 1958". Provenance: Albert Landry Galleries, New York. Oil on canvas, 32" x 48". Framed 34" x 50".

Lot: 1103C - NASJAH DJAMIN, Indonesian, 1924-1997, Balinese

NASJAH DJAMIN Indonesian, 1924-1997 Balinese coastal scene with three figures crossing a field in the foreground and trees and ocean in the background. Signed lower right. Dated 1989. Oil on canvas, 36" x 45". Framed 36.25" x 46.5".

Lot: 1103D - ALFRED EISENSTAEDT, New York/Massachusetts,

ALFRED EISENSTAEDT New York/Massachusetts, 1898-1995 "Senator John F. Kennedy and daughter Caroline, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts". Faintly signed lower right. Provenance: The Granary Gallery, West Tisbury, Massachusetts. Silver gelatin

Lot: 1103E - CARL KRAFFT, Illinois/Pennsylvania/Ohio,

CARL KRAFFT Illinois/Pennsylvania/Ohio, 1884-1938 Red barn in a landscape, likely the Ozarks. Signed lower left "Carl Krafft". Oil on canvas, 24" x 27". Framed 32" x 35".

Lot: 1104 - STEVAN DOHANOS, Connecticut/Ohio, 1907-1994,

STEVAN DOHANOS Connecticut/Ohio, 1907-1994 Interior scene with a family cooking. Signed lower right "Stevan Dohanos". Gouache on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 27" x 31".

Lot: 1105 - NORMAN PERCEVEL ROCKWELL, New York/Massachusetts,

NORMAN PERCEVEL ROCKWELL New York/Massachusetts, 1894-1978 Four pencil sketches, part of a 1937 autograph scrapbook belonging to Sylvia Schofield. Two facing pages with sketches of a horse and rider and a man sawing the shoulder of a body. Third

Lot: 1106 - STANLEY JOHN (JAN) TWARDOWICZ, New York/Michigan,

STANLEY JOHN (JAN) TWARDOWICZ New York/Michigan, 1917-2008 Nude with blue towel. Signed lower right "Stanley Twardowicz". Oil on board, 6.5" x 5". Framed 8" x 6".

Lot: 1107 - WINIFRED BOSWORTH, American, 1885-, "Borghese

WINIFRED BOSWORTH American, 1885- "Borghese Villa - Rome". Signed lower left "Winifred Bosworth". Titled lower right. Watercolor on paper, 7" x 5" sight. Framed 11" x 8.5".

Lot: 1108 - STANLEY SASCHA SESSLER, Indiana/Arkansas/Russian

STANLEY SASCHA SESSLER Indiana/Arkansas/Russian Federation, b. 1903 Still life with bijin, bittersweet and a snuff bottle. Signed lower right "'47 Stanley S. Sessler". Oil on board, 24" x 20". Framed 27" x 24".

Lot: 1109 - EMILY NICHOLS HATCH, New York, 1871-1959, Figures

EMILY NICHOLS HATCH New York, 1871-1959 Figures in Luxembourg Garden. Signed and dated lower left "Emily Nichols Hatch 1927". Watercolor on paper, 8" x 5.5" sight. Framed 14.5" x 12".

Lot: 1110 - ANTONIO MARIA DE REYNA MANESCAU, Spain/Italy,

ANTONIO MARIA DE REYNA MANESCAU Spain/Italy, 1859-1937 Venetian scene. Signed lower left "Reyna". Oil on canvas, 10" x 19.75". Framed 15" x 25".

Lot: 1111 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19th Century, Interior

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Interior portrait of a family. Four figures surround a round table and two children play with a dog and a cat. Numerous framed paintings adorn the walls of the room. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 26.25" x 38". Framed

Lot: 1112 - MANNER OF JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET, 19th Century, A

MANNER OF JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET 19th Century A farmer with an ox and cart. Unsigned. Oil on mahogany panel, 12" x 22". Framed 17.5" x 27.5".

Lot: 1113 - WALTER JOSEPH PHILLIPS, A.R.C.A., Canadian,

WALTER JOSEPH PHILLIPS, A.R.C.A. Canadian, 1884-1963 "Smooth Water". Signed lower right "W.J. Phillips". Titled on mat. Mat also inscribed "Presented to Olive G. Ricker by Canadian Guests of American Bar Association 1930". Watercolor on paper,

Lot: 1114 - WILLIAM HENRIKSEN, Danish, 1880-1964, Interior

WILLIAM HENRIKSEN Danish, 1880-1964 Interior with two doors. Signed lower left "Wm. Henriksen". Oil on canvas, 24" x 21". Framed 29.5" x 26.5".

Lot: 1115 - FLORENCE LEWIS ALCOTT, American, 20th Century,

FLORENCE LEWIS ALCOTT American, 20th Century "The Tappa Cloth". Signed and dated lower right "Florence Lewis Alcott 1941". Titled on exhibition label verso for the Hartford Society of Women Painters. Oil on canvas, 24" x 20". Framed 30.5" x

Lot: 1116 - YVONNE PÈNE DU BOIS, New York, b. 1913,

YVONNE PÈNE DU BOIS New York, b. 1913 "Senlis Cafe de L'arene". Signed lower right "Yvonne Pene Du Bois, '49". Titled on stretcher. Partial label verso for a New York gallery. Note: Artist is the daughter of Guy Pene Du Bois. Oil on

Lot: 1117 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 17th/18th Century, Study of an

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 17th/18th Century Study of an angel. Unsigned. Mat inscription attributes work to Eustache Le Sueur (French, 1616-1655). Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Mixed media on paper, 5.25" x 7.5" sheet.

Lot: 1118 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19th Century, Topographical

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century Topographical drawing of the Pantheon portico. Unsigned. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Ink and wash on paper, 8.5" x 6.25" sight. Framed 12.75" x 10.5".

Lot: 1119 - GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI, Italian,

GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI Italian, 1720–1778 "Arch of Trajan in Ancona (Arco di Trajano in Ancona)". Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Etching on wove paper, 132 x 265 mm plate. Framed 12.5" x 18".

Lot: 1120 - JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER, American,

JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER American, 1834-1903 "The Wine Glass". Signed in the matrix lower left. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Etching on laid paper, 83 x 55 mm plate, 150 x 111 mm sheet. Framed 8" x 6.25".

Lot: 1121 - JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER, American,

JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER American, 1834-1903 "Rotherhithe". Signed and dated in the matrix lower left. Alfred Beurdeley (French, 1847-1919) collector's stamp lower left margin. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner.

Lot: 1122 - JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER, American,

JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER American, 1834-1903 "Draped Model/Model Resting". Signed with artist's butterfly mark in the matrix center left. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Etching on laid paper, 206 x 130 mm

Lot: 1123 - GIOVANNI ANTONIO CANAL, CALLED CANALETTO, Italian,

GIOVANNI ANTONIO CANAL, CALLED CANALETTO Italian, 1697-1768 "The House with the Inscription". Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Original purchase receipt from James Bergquist accompanies the lot. Etching on wove

Lot: 1123A - SCHOOL OF ROBERT HENRI, American, Early 20th

SCHOOL OF ROBERT HENRI American, Early 20th Century Portrait of a young woman. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 40" x 32". Framed 46" x 38".

Lot: 1124 - WILLIAM JAMES GLACKENS, Pennsylvania/New

WILLIAM JAMES GLACKENS Pennsylvania/New York/Connecticut/France, 1870-1938 Springtime in Washington Square Park. Unsigned. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Purchased from Kraushaar Galleries, New York in 1949. The

Lot: 1125 - JAMES-JACQUES-JOSEPH TISSOT, French, 1836-1902,

JAMES-JACQUES-JOSEPH TISSOT French, 1836-1902 "Au Bord de la Mer." Signed and dated in matrix lower left. Signed in pencil and with artist's red stamp lower left. Provenance: Otto Wittmann. By descent to current owner. Etching and drypoint

Lot: 1126 - JEHAN GEORGES VIBERT, France, 1840-1902, Pleading

JEHAN GEORGES VIBERT France, 1840-1902 Pleading for a meal. Signed lower right "J.G. Vibert". Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. Oil on cradled board, 25.5" x 31.75". Framed 29" x 37".

Lot: 1127 - SUZANNE EISENDIECK, German/Polish, 1908-1998,

SUZANNE EISENDIECK German/Polish, 1908-1998 "Canale San Felice". Signed lower left "Suzanne Eisendieck". Titled verso. Provenance: Arthur Lenars & Co. Private Collection, New York. Oil on canvas, 15" x 18". Framed 24" x 27.5".

Lot: 1128 - DIETZ EDZARD, Germany/France, 1893-1963, "At the

DIETZ EDZARD Germany/France, 1893-1963 "At the Opera". Signed lower right "D. Ezard". Titled on label verso. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Oil on canvas, 32" x 25.5". Framed 41" x 34.5".

Lot: 1129 - THEODORE ROUSSEAU, French, 1812-1867, "Coucher de

THEODORE ROUSSEAU French, 1812-1867 "Coucher de Soliel". Signed lower right "Th. Rousseau". Exhibited: Brooklyn Museum, New York. Cleveland Museum of Art. Published: Reproduced in color in Theodore Rousseau Catalogue Raisonne de l'oeuvre

Lot: 1130 - PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS With baluster-turned

PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS Dutch, Late 17th Century With baluster-turned posts. Heights 9.25". See The Brass Book by Schiffer, p. 58, plate A. Provenance: Eldred's, November 19, 2005, Lot #818 .

Lot: 1131 - MINIATURE TWO-DRAWER BOWFRONT CHEST In mahogany

MINIATURE TWO-DRAWER BOWFRONT CHEST English, 19th Century In mahogany with select mahogany veneer. French splayed bracket feet. Height 9.5". Width 11.75". Depth 8.5". Provenance: Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc., The Julie Harris Estate Collection,

Lot: 1132 - ENGLISH REGENCY TEA CADDY In burled wood veneer.

ENGLISH REGENCY TEA CADDY In burled wood veneer. Lid inlaid with two scallop shells. Interior fitted with two compartments with inlaid lids and a space for a mixing bowl (bowl not present). Height 6". Width 12.5". Depth 6.25".

Lot: 1133 - PAIR OF BRASS CHAMBERSTICKS OR CAMPAIGN

PAIR OF BRASS CHAMBERSTICKS OR CAMPAIGN CANDLESTICKS American, First Half of the 19th Century With bold flared bobèches, ring- and baluster-turned shafts with side ejectors, and saucer bases. Heights 4.63".

Lot: 1134 - PIERCED TIN AND AMBER GLASS LANTERN Tin with

PIERCED TIN AND AMBER GLASS LANTERN Circa 1810 Tin with pierced heart and floral design. Height 14".

Lot: 1135 - PAIR OF BRASS WHALE OIL LAMPS ATTRIBUTED TO THE

PAIR OF BRASS WHALE OIL LAMPS ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF WARREN WEBB Warren, Maine, First Half of the 19th Century Lemon-shaped fonts retain original double burners. Baluster and ring-turned shafts set on circular stepped bases. Heights 8".

Lot: 1136 - OCTAGONAL TEA CADDY In strong figured veneer.

OCTAGONAL TEA CADDY First Quarter of the 19th Century In strong figured veneer. Interior with rosewood veneer cover. Height 4". Width 5.25". Depth 9.75".

Lot: 1137 - ENGLISH TEA CADDY In mahogany veneer with banded

ENGLISH TEA CADDY First Quarter of the 19th Century In mahogany veneer with banded inlay to edges. Silver plated bail handle. Interior with two tea containers. Glass waste bowl a replacement. Height 5.75". Width 12". Depth 5.75".

Lot: 1138 - ENGLISH TEA CADDY In mahogany veneer with banded

ENGLISH TEA CADDY First Quarter of the 19th Century In mahogany veneer with banded inlay along edges. Top and front with oval conch shell inlay. Height 5". Width 7.5". Depth 4.25".

Lot: 1139 - CASED LIQUOR SET Mahogany veneer case with brass

CASED LIQUOR SET Massachusetts, Late 18th Century Mahogany veneer case with brass feet. Top with inlaid oval panel depicting a seashell surrounded by alternating light and dark wood banded inlay in a diamond design. Banded inlay along edges. Fitted

Lot: 1140 - LATE SHERATON SALESMAN'S SAMPLE CHEST ATTRIBUTED

LATE SHERATON SALESMAN'S SAMPLE CHEST ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF DUNCAN PHYFE Early 19th Century In mahogany with brass knobs. Overhanging top over two side-by-side convex molded drawers. Three full-width graduated drawers flanked by ring-,

Lot: 1141 - WOODEN TANTALUS In oak with brass handle. Contains

WOODEN TANTALUS Late 19th Century In oak with brass handle. Contains three cut glass bottles, two of which have porcelain labels, one for "Scotch" and one for "Bourbon". Height 11.5". Width 14". Depth 5.25".

Lot: 1142 - PAIR OF TALL FEDERAL BRASS CANDLESTICKS With

PAIR OF TALL FEDERAL BRASS CANDLESTICKS Fourth Quarter of the 18th Century With bright-cut decoration and square beaded stepped bases. Heights 11.5".

Lot: 1143 - BLACK AND WHITE WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE URN With domed

BLACK AND WHITE WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE URN Mid-19th Century With domed cover and square base. Sprigged design of classical maidens about the body. Marked "Wedgwood" on base. Height 10".

Lot: 1144 - EIGHT KPM PORCELAIN LUNCHEON/DESSERT PLATES Decor

EIGHT KPM PORCELAIN LUNCHEON/DESSERT PLATES Berlin, Germany, 20th Century Decor 73. Each with central hand-painted floral bouquet surrounded by butterflies. Mint green borders adorned with raised and gilded swags. Factory marks. Diameters 8.25".

Lot: 1145 - TWO AMERICAN BRILLIANT CUT GLASS WINE RINSERS WITH

TWO AMERICAN BRILLIANT CUT GLASS WINE RINSERS WITH UNDERTRAYS Attributed to Dorflinger. In green cut to clear with diaper-cut register above vertical bands. Unmarked. Undertray diameters 6.75".

Lot: 1146 - WATERFORD "EILEEN" PATTERN STEMWARE Includes

WATERFORD "EILEEN" PATTERN STEMWARE Second Half of the 20th Century Includes twelve champagne coupes, heights 4.5", twelve cocktail glasses, heights 4.25", twelve old fashioned glasses, heights 3.5", six claret wine glasses, heights 5.25", and four

Lot: 1147 - PAIR OF STAINED GLASS WINDOWS DEPICTING ADAM AND

PAIR OF STAINED GLASS WINDOWS DEPICTING ADAM AND EVE American, Early 20th Century Adam stands near the tree of knowledge, and Eve reaches for a fruit from the tree, while a snake coils around its trunk. Unsigned. Set within wooden frames painted

Lot: 1148 - ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL, Massachusetts/New

ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL Massachusetts/New York/England, 1870 - 1929 Figures on the wharf, Provincetown, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "A.V. Diehl". Oil on board, 5.25" x 3.5". Framed 6" x 4.25".

Lot: 1149 - ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL, Massachusetts/New

ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL Massachusetts/New York/England, 1870-1929 Dune scene. Signed lower right "Arthur V. Diehl". Oil on board, 6.5" x 11". Framed 11.5" x 17.5".

Lot: 1150 - ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL, Massachusetts/New

ARTHUR VIDAL DIEHL Massachusetts/New York/England, 1870-1929 Italian street scene. Signed lower right "A.V. Diehl". Oil on board, 8" x 5". Framed 10.5" x 7.5".

Lot: 1151 - ALICE MONGEAU, Cape Cod, Contemporary, Boats in an

ALICE MONGEAU Cape Cod, Contemporary Boats in an inlet. Signed lower left "Alice Mongeau". Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 26" x 30".

Lot: 1152 - ALICE MONGEAU, Cape Cod, Contemporary, "Nauset

ALICE MONGEAU Cape Cod, Contemporary "Nauset Break". Signed lower left "Alice Mongeau". Titled verso. Oil on masonite, 16" x 20". Framed 23" x 27".

Lot: 1153 - KATHERINE ANN HARTLEY, New

KATHERINE ANN HARTLEY New York/Arizona/Massachusetts, b. 1959 "Fruit and Green Glass". Signed lower right "KAH". Oil on board, 8" x 12". Framed 13" x 17".

Lot: 1154 - KATHERINE ANN HARTLEY, New

KATHERINE ANN HARTLEY New York/Arizona/Massachusetts, b. 1959 "Orange Slice and Silver Dollars". Signed lower right "KAH". Oil on board, 12" x 24". Framed 18" x 30".

Lot: 1155 - SAM BARBER, Massachusetts, b. 1943, "Rose-Covered

SAM BARBER Massachusetts, b. 1943 "Rose-Covered Cottages, Nantucket". Signed lower right "S. Barber". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 30" x 40". Framed 37" x 47".

Lot: 1156 - SAM BARBER, Massachusetts, b. 1943, "First Snow,

SAM BARBER Massachusetts, b. 1943 "First Snow, Hyannis Port, Mass. 1984". Signed lower right "S. Barber". Titled verso. Oil on board, 16" x 20". Framed 20" x 24".

Lot: 1156A - SAM BARBER, Massachusetts, b. 1943, "Balmy Days".,

SAM BARBER Massachusetts, b. 1943 "Balmy Days". Likely Nantucket. Signed lower left "S. Barber". Titled on gallery receipt. Provenance: Wally Findlay Gallery, New York, 1990. Private Collection, Washington D.C.. Oil on canvas, 24" x 30".

Lot: 1157 - SAM VOKEY, Massachusetts, b. 1963, Wheelbarrow and

SAM VOKEY Massachusetts, b. 1963 Wheelbarrow and roses. Signed lower right "Vokey". Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 21.5" x 26".

Lot: 1158 - CAROL WHORF WESTCOTT, Massachusetts, 1926-2008,

CAROL WHORF WESTCOTT Massachusetts, 1926-2008 "Poet's Garden", likely Provincetown, Massachusetts. Signed lower left "Westcott". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 21" x 25".

Lot: 1159 - PAMELA PINDELL, Massachusetts, b. 1950, Rocky

PAMELA PINDELL Massachusetts, b. 1950 Rocky shore. Signed lower left. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 23" x 26".

Lot: 1160 - RUTH HOGAN, Massachusetts, b. 1943, "Dockside".,

RUTH HOGAN Massachusetts, b. 1943 "Dockside". Titled lower left. Numbered 19/25. Signed in pencil lower right. Whiteline color woodblock on paper, 12" x 15". Framed 20" x 22".

Lot: 1161 - JAMES W. MADDOCKS, Massachusetts, Contemporary,

JAMES W. MADDOCKS Massachusetts, Contemporary Fishing colony, Menemsha Harbor, Martha's Vineyard. Signed and dated lower right "James W. Maddocks 83". Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 25.5" x 29.5".

Lot: 1162 - LOIS GRIFFEL, Massachusetts, 20th/21st Century,

LOIS GRIFFEL Massachusetts, 20th/21st Century "Cloudy Day Marsh". Signed lower right. Identified and titled verso. Oil on board, 11.5" x 13". Framed 17" x 17.75".

Lot: 1163 - ALAN EDDY, Massachusetts, Contemporary, "A Cape

ALAN EDDY Massachusetts, Contemporary "A Cape Cod Summer". Signed "Alan J. Eddy". Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 31" x 43".

Lot: 1164 - ALAN EDDY, Massachusetts, Contemporary, "Crowe

ALAN EDDY Massachusetts, Contemporary "Crowe Hollow Beach" (Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts). Signed lower right "Alan J. Eddy". Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 24" x 30".

Lot: 1165 - ALAN EDDY, Massachusetts, Contemporary, "Cottage

ALAN EDDY Massachusetts, Contemporary "Cottage by the Sea". Signed lower left "Alan J. Eddy". Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 31" x 43".

Lot: 1166 - PAUL NOBLE JAMES, New Hampshire/Massachusetts,

PAUL NOBLE JAMES New Hampshire/Massachusetts, 20th Century "Pemaquid Light". Signed lower right "Paul Noble James". Titled on label verso. Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 29" x 41".

Lot: 1167 - HALE JOHNSON, Massachusetts/New Jersey,

HALE JOHNSON Massachusetts/New Jersey, Contemporary A rock-faced cliff. Signed lower center "Hale". Also signed verso "A. Hale Johnson". Oil on panel, 14" x 8". Framed 18.25" x 12.25".

Lot: 1168 - PROVINCETOWN SCHOOL, 20th Century, Tabletop still

PROVINCETOWN SCHOOL 20th Century Tabletop still life of bananas and grapes. Unsigned. Inscribed verso "C.C. Allen", possibly Charles Curtis Allen. Oil on board, 15.75" x 20". Framed 22" x 26".

Lot: 1169 - ROBERT K. ROARK, Cape Cod, b. 1944, The decoy.,

ROBERT K. ROARK Cape Cod, b. 1944 The decoy. Signed lower left and on the reverse. Oil on board, 16" x 23". Framed 20.5" x 27.5".

Lot: 1170 - JOHN CUTHBERT HARE, Massachusetts/Florida,

JOHN CUTHBERT HARE Massachusetts/Florida, 1908-1978 "Mill Pond in Winter". Signed lower right "John Hare". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 26" x 40". Framed 31" x 45".

Lot: 1171 - CHESTER K. VAN NORTWICK, New England, 1881-1944,

CHESTER K. VAN NORTWICK New England, 1881-1944 Bass River village. Together with two framed Gordon Grant lithographs, 3.75" x 5" sight. Van Nortwick painting signed lower right "C. Van Nortwick". Provenance: Private Collection, Brewster,

Lot: 1172 - WENDELL M. ROGERS, Cape Cod, 1890-1973, Winding

WENDELL M. ROGERS Cape Cod, 1890-1973 Winding river from an upland perspective. Signed lower left "Wendell Rogers". Oil on canvas, 25" x 30". Framed 30" x 35".

Lot: 1173 - DONN DEVITA, Massachusetts/New York, 1931-2010,

DONN DEVITA Massachusetts/New York, 1931-2010 Wharf scene. Signed lower left "Donn Devita". Encaustic on board, 23" x 29". Framed 24.5" x 30.5".

Lot: 1174 - JEROME HOWES, New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b.

JEROME HOWES New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b. 1955 Trompe l'oeil of a barn door with a Texas Ranger's badge, a photograph of Samuel Colt, a revolver and a powder horn hanging from the door. Signed lower right "Jerome Howes". Oil on masonite,

Lot: 1175 - MARK MEUNIER, Massachusetts, b. 1949, "Study for

MARK MEUNIER Massachusetts, b. 1949 "Study for Bay Window". Signed lower left "Mark Meunier". Titled, signed and dated 1985 verso. Egg tempera on panel, 6.5" x 9.75". Framed 11" x 14.5".

Lot: 1176 - DOROTHY DAVIS, Cape Cod, 1910-1991, Ship's chest

DOROTHY DAVIS Cape Cod, 1910-1991 Ship's chest with painted decoration of a whaling scene. Hinged cover depicts men harpooning a whale, with a ship in the distance. Signed lower right of cover. Remainder of chest painted blue. Chest with rope

Lot: 1177 - JOHN WORTHINGTON GREGORY, Massachusetts,

JOHN WORTHINGTON GREGORY Massachusetts, 1903-1992 "Storm over Cape Cod". Signed lower left "John W. Gregory". Titled lower right. Black and white lithograph on paper, 10" x 7.75". Framed 12" x 10".

Lot: 1178 - WRITING-ARM WINDSOR CHAIR In various hardwoods.

WRITING-ARM WINDSOR CHAIR New Haven, Connecticut, Late 18th Century In various hardwoods. Back rail with low crest. Right-hand writing surface with drawer underneath. Saddle seat with drawer underneath. Bulbous turned base. Back rail height 29".

Lot: 1179 - HEPPLEWHITE DEMILUNE CARD TABLE In wavy cherry and

HEPPLEWHITE DEMILUNE CARD TABLE Southern Connecticut, Circa 1790 In wavy cherry and cherry veneer. Apron inlaid with three alternating light and dark wood pateras surrounded by string inlay and corner fan inlay. Top of legs with dark wood diamond

Lot: 1180 - HEPPLEWHITE DROP-LEAF TABLE In tiger maple. Length

HEPPLEWHITE DROP-LEAF TABLE American, Circa 1810 In tiger maple. Length 15.5" plus two 14.5" drop leaves. Width 45.5".

Lot: 1181 - GEORGIAN-STYLE LOOKING GLASS Gilt broken arch

GEORGIAN-STYLE LOOKING GLASS 20th Century Gilt broken arch pediment with large eagle finial. Mahogany veneer frame with gilt fruit and acanthus garlands at sides. Shaped and molded lower edge. Height 53.5". Width 25.75".

Lot: 1182 - CLASSICAL LADY'S ARMCHAIR In mahogany. Padded

CLASSICAL LADY'S ARMCHAIR Boston or New York, First Half of the 19th Century In mahogany. Padded upholstered back with rolled crest rail. Rolled arms with leaf-carved supports. Upholstered slip seat. Saber-carved front legs. Back height 35.5". Seat

Lot: 1183 - HEPPLEWHITE TWO-DRAWER STAND In mahogany under

HEPPLEWHITE TWO-DRAWER STAND North Shore of Massachusetts, Probably Newburyport, Late 18th/Early 19th Century In mahogany under what appears to be its original finish. One-board top over dovetail drawers with knob pulls. Square tapered legs. Height

Lot: 1184 - CHIPPENDALE TALL CHEST In walnut. Three

CHIPPENDALE TALL CHEST Pennsylvania, Circa 1790 In walnut. Three side-by-side drawers over two half drawers over five graduated full-width drawers, all flanked by fluted quarter columns. Ogee bracket feet. Height 69.25". Width 41.25". Depth 23.25".

Lot: 1185 - FEDERAL WASHSTAND In mahogany and mahogany veneer.

FEDERAL WASHSTAND American, Circa 1820 In mahogany and mahogany veneer. Backsplash with two cup holders. Two small drawers in bowed front. Lower shelf with full-width drawer. Bulbous turned feet end in brass caps. Circular wooden drawer pulls.

Lot: 1186 - HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIR In mahogany. Back with

HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIR Salem or Boston, Late 18th/Early 19th Century In mahogany. Back with molded arched crest rail and carved sheaf of wheat and bellflower designs. Upholstered seat with bowed front. Square molded legs joined with H-stretcher.

Lot: 1187 - FEDERAL TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND In mahogany.

FEDERAL TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND Coastal Massachusetts, Late 18th/Early 19th Century In mahogany. Rectangular top with canted corners and central crotched mahogany panel surrounded by boxwood and ebony string inlay. Banded inlay along outer perimeter

Lot: 1188 - RARE PAIR OF COLONIAL CANDLESTANDS In mahogany.

RARE PAIR OF COLONIAL CANDLESTANDS Second Half of the 18th Century In mahogany. Thin one-board octagonal tops set on delicate ring- and urn-turned shafts. Three arched cabriole legs end in pointed padded slipper feet. Heights 28.5". Width of tops

Lot: 1189 - FINE BIRD'S-EYE MAPLE LAP DESK WITH LATER STAND

FINE BIRD'S-EYE MAPLE LAP DESK WITH LATER STAND 19th Century Lap desk interior fitted with leather writing slant. Brass handles at sides. Height on stand 26". Width 20". Depth 10".

Lot: 1190 - HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE In cherry with

HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE American, Late 18th Century In cherry with serpentine top and square tapered legs. Single drawer with original post and bail hardware. Old, possibly original, finish. Height 29.5". Width 19" plus 9" drop leaves. Depth

Lot: 1191 - HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIR In cherry with shield-form

HEPPLEWHITE SIDE CHAIR Connecticut River Valley, Fourth Quarter of the 18th Century In cherry with shield-form back and square tapered legs joined by H-stretcher. Unusual herringbone and other inlay on back and legs. Early petit-point upholstered

Lot: 1192 - HEPPLEWHITE FOUR-DRAWER CHEST In maple with bold

HEPPLEWHITE FOUR-DRAWER CHEST Circa 1810 In maple with bold tiger maple drawer fronts. Oval eagle brasses. Shaped bracket base. Height 42". Width 45.25". Depth 21".

Lot: 1193 - SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND In mahogany. Molded-edge

SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND Boston, First Quarter of the 19th Century In mahogany. Molded-edge top with drop leaves. Fitted upper drawer. Bulbous ring-turned spiral tapered legs fitted with original brass ferrules and casters. Height 29". Width 18.5"

Lot: 1194 - HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE In maple. Apron with

HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE Circa 1810 In maple. Apron with bird's-eye maple, mahogany veneer and fruitwood inlay. Square tapered legs. Height 29". Width 35.25". Depth 17".

Lot: 1195 - CHIPPENDALE MIRROR Attributed to John Eliot of

CHIPPENDALE MIRROR Fourth Quarter of the 18th Century Attributed to John Eliot of Philadelphia. Mahogany frame with string inlay. Retains original backboards. Height 37". Width 19.5".

Lot: 1196 - ENGLISH PEMBROKE TABLE In mahogany. Top with

ENGLISH PEMBROKE TABLE 19th Century In mahogany. Top with satinwood banding. Single drawer with brass circular pulls. Inlaid tapered legs end in brass casters. Height 27.5". Width 18.5" with two 10.25" drop leaves. Depth 31.5".

Lot: 1197 - FEDERAL GILTWOOD MIRROR Eglomise upper panel

FEDERAL GILTWOOD MIRROR Second Quarter of the 19th Century Eglomise upper panel depicts floral medallions flanking a scene of a figure in front of a homestead. Panel and mirror glass flanked on each side by two classical columns with acanthus

Lot: 1198 - QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIR In tiger maple. Yoke

QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIR 19th Century In tiger maple. Yoke back with vasiform splat. Upholstered slip seat. Cabriole legs joined by block and turned H-stretcher end in pad feet. Back height 40.5". Seat height 18.5".

Lot: 1199 - SHERATON LIFT-TOP SEWING TABLE In tiger maple.

SHERATON LIFT-TOP SEWING TABLE Massachusetts, Circa 1805 In tiger maple. Molded top opens to reveal an eight-compartment tray flanked by half-moon compartments. Tray lifts out, revealing yarn holder. Tapered turned legs. Height 28.75". Width 25.5".

Lot: 1200 - HANANIAH HARARI, New York, 1912-2000, "Farm

HANANIAH HARARI New York, 1912-2000 "Farm Central". Signed lower left "Harari". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 12" x 20". Framed 20" x 28".

Lot: 1201 - ANNA B. STONEMAN, American, Early 20th Century,

ANNA B. STONEMAN American, Early 20th Century Impressionist landscape with meadow and distant house. Signed and dated lower left "Anna B. Stoneman 1912". Provenance: Private Collection, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 27" x

Lot: 1202 - J. WINTHROP ANDREWS, Massachusetts, 1879-1964,

J. WINTHROP ANDREWS Massachusetts, 1879-1964 Cottages in a lush landscape, possibly a scene of Nantucket, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "J. Winthrop Andrews". Provenance: Private Collection, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20".

Lot: 1203 - GARY DAVID HOFFMANN, Massachusetts/Michigan, b.

GARY DAVID HOFFMANN Massachusetts/Michigan, b. 1947 "Bass Rocks, Gloucester". Signed lower right "Gary David Hoffmann". Titled and dated 1987 on stretcher. Oil on canvas, 16" x 24". Framed 25" x 33".

Lot: 1204 - ALDRO THOMPSON HIBBARD, Massachusetts/Vermont,

ALDRO THOMPSON HIBBARD Massachusetts/Vermont, 1886-1972 "Clearing, Buzzard's Bay". Signed lower right "A.T. Hibbard". Titled on upper stretcher bar. Housed in a fine reproduction frame. Provenance: Forum Galleries, New York.Private Collection,

Lot: 1205 - WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS, Massachusetts, 1888-1969,

WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS Massachusetts, 1888-1969 A New England church. Signed lower right "W. Lester Stevens A.W.S.". Watercolor on paper, 19" x 27". Framed 29" x 37".

Lot: 1206 - KEN GORE, Massachusetts, 1911-1990, "Winter

KEN GORE Massachusetts, 1911-1990 "Winter Shroud". Signed lower left "Ken Gore". Titled verso. Oil on masonite, 24" x 30". Framed 31" x 37".

Lot: 1207 - JOSEPH RIMINI, Massachusetts, 1920-2000, Homage to

JOSEPH RIMINI Massachusetts, 1920-2000 Homage to Anthony Thieme. Signed lower left "J. Rimini - A. Thieme". Oil on canvas, 24" x 30". Framed 29" x 35".

Lot: 1208 - LEIGHTON R. CRAM, Massachusetts, 1895-1981, Houses

LEIGHTON R. CRAM Massachusetts, 1895-1981 Houses in the dunes. Signed lower right "L.R. Cram". Oil on board, 14" x 18". Framed 18" x 22".

Lot: 1209 - EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE, Massachusetts, 1896-1978,

EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE Massachusetts, 1896-1978 "Marina, Gloucester Harbor". Signed lower right "Emile A. Gruppe". Titled verso. Provenance: Forum Gallery, New York. Private Collection, New York. Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 29" x 34".

Lot: 1210 - CAMILLO ADRIANI, Massachusetts, 20th Century,

CAMILLO ADRIANI Massachusetts, 20th Century "Winter in Vermont". Signed lower left "Camillo Adriani". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 25" x 30". Framed 31" x 36".

Lot: 1211 - CHARLES GORDON HARRIS, Rhode Island, 1891-1963,

CHARLES GORDON HARRIS Rhode Island, 1891-1963 "Moshasock Brook". Signed lower left "C. Gordon Harris". Titled on label verso. Remnant of a Providence Art Club label verso. Oil on canvas board, 12" x 14". Framed 17" x 19".

Lot: 1212 - CHARLES GORDON HARRIS, Rhode Island, 1891-1963,

CHARLES GORDON HARRIS Rhode Island, 1891-1963 Winter landscape with snowy river and town. Signed lower right "C. Gordon Harris". Watercolor on paper, 10" x 14.5" sight. Framed 20.5" x 24".

Lot: 1213 - CHARLES GORDON HARRIS, Rhode Island, 1891-1963,

CHARLES GORDON HARRIS Rhode Island, 1891-1963 Winter scene of a bridge over a stream. Signed lower left "C. Gordon Harris". Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 25" x 29".

Lot: 1214 - CHARLES GORDON HARRIS, Rhode Island, 1891-1963,

CHARLES GORDON HARRIS Rhode Island, 1891-1963 Trees over shimmering water. Signed lower left "C. Gordon Harris". Oil on canvas, 24" x 20". Framed 34" x 30".

Lot: 1215 - ANTHONY THIEME, Massachusetts, 1888-1954, "Seaweed

ANTHONY THIEME Massachusetts, 1888-1954 "Seaweed Gatherers". Signed lower right "A. Thieme". Titled on gallery label verso. Exhibited: Rockport Art Association, October 2-November 4, 1999 . Provenance: John H. Surovek, Palm Beach, Florida.

Lot: 1216 - BERNARD COREY, Massachusetts, 1914-2000, "End of

BERNARD COREY Massachusetts, 1914-2000 "End of the Day Cape Ann Shore". Signed lower right "Bernard Corey". Titled verso. Another work also on reverse. Oil on canvas board, 9" x 14". Framed 14" x 19".

Lot: 1217 - BERNARD COREY, Massachusetts, 1914-2000, "Hartwich

BERNARD COREY Massachusetts, 1914-2000 "Hartwich Farm 1995". Signed lower right "Bernard Corey". Titled verso. Oil on canvas board, 9" x 14". Framed 13.5" x 18.5".

Lot: 1218 - BERNARD COREY, Massachusetts, 1914-2000, "Last

BERNARD COREY Massachusetts, 1914-2000 "Last Snow". Signed lower right "Bernard Corey". Titled verso. Oil on canvas board, 10" x 14". Framed 15" x 19".

Lot: 1219 - PEGGY (MARGARET) BROOK BACON, New

PEGGY (MARGARET) BROOK BACON New York/Maine/Connecticut, 1895-1987 "In Status Quo". Initialed in pencil lower right "P.B." Titled in pencil lower center "In Status Quo". Mixed media on paper, 7" x 9" sight. Framed 12" x 15".

Lot: 1220 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, First Half of the 20th Century,

AMERICAN SCHOOL First Half of the 20th Century Three men working on a boat in dry-dock. No obvious signature. Oil on artist board, 12" x 15.25". Framed 17.25" x 20.25".

Lot: 1221 - NATHANIEL LEANDER BERRY, Massachusetts, 1859-1929,

NATHANIEL LEANDER BERRY Massachusetts, 1859-1929 "Morning on the Marsh, 1890". Signed lower right "N.L. Berry". Exhibited: Lynn Museum & Historical Society: "Sea, Shore and Land: The Lynn Beach Painters at Home and Abroad", April

Lot: 1222 - NATHANIEL LEANDER BERRY, Massachusetts, 1859-1929,

NATHANIEL LEANDER BERRY Massachusetts, 1859-1929 "Edge of the Marsh, 1891". Signed lower left "N.L. Berry". Exhibited: Lynn Museum & Historical Society: "Sea, Shore and Land: The Lynn Beach Painters at Home and Abroad", April 23-October

Lot: 1223 - HELEN MARIE STOCKTON, New Jersey, 1889-1981,

HELEN MARIE STOCKTON New Jersey, 1889-1981 "Cleave St. Rockport MA". Signed lower left "Stockton". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 21" x 30". Framed 25" x 34".

Lot: 1224 - JOHN A. COOK, Massachusetts, 1870-1936, Ship

JOHN A. COOK Massachusetts, 1870-1936 Ship returning to Gloucester Harbor. Signed lower left "J.A. Cook". Watercolor, 12" x 19" sight. Framed 21.5" x 28.5".

Lot: 1225 - DAVID BAREFORD, Massachusetts, b. 1947, Pemaquid

DAVID BAREFORD Massachusetts, b. 1947 Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Bristol, Maine. Signed lower right "Bareford". Oil on board, 24" x 36". Framed 29" x 41".

Lot: 1226 - ARTHUR LORENTZ LINGQUIST,

ARTHUR LORENTZ LINGQUIST Massachusetts/Connecticut, 1889-1975 Red mill in a winter landscape. Signed lower right "A. Lingquist". Oil on canvas, 25" x 30". Framed 31" x 36".

Lot: 1227 - GORDON GRANT, New York/California/United Kingdom,

GORDON GRANT New York/California/United Kingdom, 1875-1962 "Hauling in the Nets". Signed in pencil lower right. Lithograph, 9.75" x 11.75" sight. Framed 14.75" x 18.6".

Lot: 1228 - LAURENCE A. CAMPBELL, New Jersey/Pennsylvania, b.

LAURENCE A. CAMPBELL New Jersey/Pennsylvania, b. 1939 "The Mule Barge, New Hope, Pa." Signed lower right "Laurence A. Campbell". Titled verso. Provenance: Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Oil on canvas, 36" x 48". Framed 52" x

Lot: 1229 - DAVID LUSSIER, Connecticut, Contemporary, Boats at

DAVID LUSSIER Connecticut, Contemporary Boats at dock. Signed lower left "D. Lussier". Oil on board, 12" x 16". Framed 18" x 21".

Lot: 1230 - DAVID LUSSIER, Connecticut, Contemporary, "Harbor

DAVID LUSSIER Connecticut, Contemporary "Harbor Rhythms". Signed lower right "D. Lussier". Titled on labels verso for the Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational 2006 and the Lyme Art Association Marine Art 2008 Exhibit. Oil on board, 11" x

Lot: 1231 - ROBERT W. DUFFY, Massachusetts, 1928-2015, "Nelson

ROBERT W. DUFFY Massachusetts, 1928-2015 "Nelson Farm / Windy Day". Signed lower right "R. Duffy". Titled in pencil on upper stretcher bar. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 23" x 27".

Lot: 1232 - ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LAMB PICKNELL,

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LAMB PICKNELL Massachusetts/California/Vermont/France, 1853-1897 "View of Old Moret". Unsigned. Titled lower right. Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. Watercolor on paper laid down on board, 19.5" x 14"

Lot: 1233 - ALDRO THOMPSON HIBBARD, Massachusetts/Vermont,

ALDRO THOMPSON HIBBARD Massachusetts/Vermont, 1886-1972 "California, Carmel Coast". Signed lower left "A.T. Hibbard". Titled on gallery label verso. Provenance: Forum Gallery, New York. Private Collection, New York. Oil on board, 16" x 20".

Lot: 1234 - JOHN CHARLES TERELAK, New York/Massachusetts, b.

JOHN CHARLES TERELAK New York/Massachusetts, b. 1942 "Winter Mill". Signed and dated lower right "J. Terelak 1985". Oil on canvas, 24" x 30". Framed 33" x 39".

Lot: 1235 - WILLIAM COLUMBUS EHRIG, Maine, 1892-1973, Sunset

WILLIAM COLUMBUS EHRIG Maine, 1892-1973 Sunset over crashing waves. Signed lower right "Wm. C. Ehrig". Oil on canvas, 20" x 34". Framed 27" x 41".

Lot: 1236 - PAUL STRISIK, Massachusetts, 1918-1998,

PAUL STRISIK Massachusetts, 1918-1998 "Fisherman's House". Signed lower right "P. Strisik". Titled verso. Oil on board, 8" x 12". Framed 15.5" x 19.5".

Lot: 1237 - JAY HALL CONNAWAY, Maine/Arizona/Indiana,

JAY HALL CONNAWAY Maine/Arizona/Indiana, 1893-1970 "Saw Mill, West Arlington, Vermont". Signed lower right "Connaway". Titled on Doll & Richards label verso. Oil on paper, 12" x 18" sight. Framed 19" x 25".

Lot: 1238 - THOMAS R. CURTIN, Vermont/Massachusetts,

THOMAS R. CURTIN Vermont/Massachusetts, 1899-1977 Winter landscape with figures. After Danish artist Peder Mork Monsted. Signed lower right "Thos. R. Curtin 1960". Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 24.5" x 29.5".

Lot: 1239 - EDITH MITCHELL PRELLWITZ, New York/New

EDITH MITCHELL PRELLWITZ New York/New Hampshire/New Jersey/Rhode Island, 1864-1944 "Off Jessup's" (Long Island). Signed lower right "Edith Prellwitz". Titled on National Academy label verso. Oil on canvas, 30" x 34". Framed.

Lot: 1240 - EDWARD A. PAGE, Massachusetts, 1850-1928, Fishing

EDWARD A. PAGE Massachusetts, 1850-1928 Fishing shacks, North Shore. Signed lower left "E.A. Page". Oil on canvas, 9" x 12". Framed 13" x 19".

Lot: 1241 - REGENCY GILT CONVEX MIRROR Crest with winged

REGENCY GILT CONVEX MIRROR First Quarter of the 19th Century Crest with winged dragon on rockery flanked by two mythical horses. Candle arms originate from lower back edge. Foliate drop. Height 32.25". Width 21".

Lot: 1242 - REGENCY GILT CONVEX MIRROR Eagle crest on pedestal

REGENCY GILT CONVEX MIRROR Early 19th Century Eagle crest on pedestal flanked by applied foliate work. Applied foliate drop. Ribbon molding to surround. Height 44.25". Overall width 30.5".

Lot: 1243 - SHERATON SOFA ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MCINTIRE In

SHERATON SOFA ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MCINTIRE Salem, Massachusetts, Circa 1810 In mahogany. Out-scrolled foliate-carved arms on turned vasiform supports. Four turned reeded legs. Stripped of its upholstery to display original frame. Back height 36".

Lot: 1244 - CHIPPENDALE-STYLE MIRROR Mahogany veneer frame

CHIPPENDALE-STYLE MIRROR 20th Century Mahogany veneer frame with fruitwood and satinwood inlay. Broken arch pediment with urn-form finial. Gilt foliate-carved sides. 42" x 23.25".

Lot: 1245 - EMPIRE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND In mahogany with

EMPIRE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND Circa 1840 In mahogany with shaped top, turned pedestal and scrolled legs. Height 29". Top 23.5" x 19.25".

Lot: 1246 - SHERATON TWO-DRAWER DROP-LEAF STAND In mahogany

SHERATON TWO-DRAWER DROP-LEAF STAND Circa 1820 In mahogany and mahogany veneer with circular brass pulls. Turned legs. Height 28.5". Width 18.25" plus two 9.25" drop leaves. Depth 18".

Lot: 1247 - HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD In mahogany and mahogany

HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD Late 18th Century In mahogany and mahogany veneer. Serpentine central section with one drawer over two doors. Drawer and doors flanked on each side by two narrow drawers. Left and right sections with one drawer over one door.

Lot: 1248 - CLASSICAL GAMES TABLE Attributed to I. Vose of

CLASSICAL GAMES TABLE First Quarter of the 19th Century Attributed to I. Vose of Boston. In select flame-grained mahogany. Molded hinged top with original green baized interior. Pedestal with ring turnings and acanthus leaf carvings set on a shaped

Lot: 1249 - FEDERAL PIER TABLE In mahogany and mahogany veneer

FEDERAL PIER TABLE Boston, Second Quarter of the 19th Century In mahogany and mahogany veneer with a white marble top. Full column front supports. Mirrored backboard. Height 36". Width 40.25". Depth 18".

Lot: 1250 - SHERATON BOWFRONT BUREAU In mahogany and mahogany

SHERATON BOWFRONT BUREAU Circa 1820 In mahogany and mahogany veneer. Deck top with two half drawers and case with four full-width drawers, all with circular wooden drawer pulls. Both deck top and case fronted by rope-turned columns terminating in

Lot: 1251 - SHERATON TWO-PART SECRETARY In mahogany and select

SHERATON TWO-PART SECRETARY New England, Circa 1810 In mahogany and select mahogany veneer. Upper case with raised pediment supporting a brass eagle finial. Two Gothic arch glazed paneled doors enclose a single adjustable shelf. Two paneled doors

Lot: 1252 - BRASS-BOUND LAP DESK ON LATER STAND In burlwood

BRASS-BOUND LAP DESK ON LATER STAND English, Late 19th Century In burlwood with brass lock plate and inset carrying handles. Fitted interior. Lock plate marked "Bramah London". Height 7.5". Length 19.75". Width 10.5". Height on stand 23.5".

Lot: 1253 - PAIR OF BRASS ANDIRONS ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN HUNNEMAN

PAIR OF BRASS ANDIRONS ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN HUNNEMAN Boston, First Quarter of the 19th Century With belted cannonball finials, ring-turned shafts and original belted cannonball log stops. Heights 14". Depths 23".

Lot: 1254 - PAIR OF REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLE MIRRORS

PAIR OF REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLE MIRRORS England, Early 19th Century Both surmounted by an eagle with tasseled chains in its beak. The chains are further supported by cornucopias filled with a single flower. Oval mirror plate flanked by

Lot: 1254A - LATE VICTORIAN HALL TREE In mahogany. Frieze with

LATE VICTORIAN HALL TREE In mahogany. Frieze with spiral-turned rail, acanthus brackets and relief scrolled panels. Upper section with a full-width brass rails and coat hooks, as well as a large triangular beveled glass mirror. Lower section with

Lot: 1255 - ORRIN AUGUSTINE WHITE, California, 1883-1969,

ORRIN AUGUSTINE WHITE California, 1883-1969 "Foothills of the Sierras - Lone Pine Canyon". Signed lower left "Orrin A. White". Titled in pencil on upper left stretcher bar. Inscribed in pencil upper right stretcher bar "Orrin A. White ... Linda

Lot: 1256 - ORRIN AUGUSTINE WHITE, California, 1883-1969,

ORRIN AUGUSTINE WHITE California, 1883-1969 Clouds over desert mountains. Signed lower left "Orrin A. White". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on board, 10" x 12". Framed 16" x 18".

Lot: 1257 - JOHN ANTHONY CONNER, California, 1892-1971,

JOHN ANTHONY CONNER California, 1892-1971 "Desert Road - Mt. San Jacinto". Signed lower right "John Anthony Conner". Titled verso. Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 30" x 42".

Lot: 1258 - HARRY CRAIG SMITH, California, 1882-1957, Desert

HARRY CRAIG SMITH California, 1882-1957 Desert mountains. Signed lower left "Harry C. Smith". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 24" x 30". Framed 27" x 33".

Lot: 1259 - HARRY CRAIG SMITH, California, 1882-1957, Desert

HARRY CRAIG SMITH California, 1882-1957 Desert mountain landscape. Signed lower right "Harry C. Smith". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 21" x 27".

Lot: 1260 - ROBERT VAN BOSKERCK, New York/New Jersey,

ROBERT VAN BOSKERCK New York/New Jersey, 1855-1932 "Indian Summer". Signed lower right "R.W. Van Boskerck". Titled on label verso. Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 20" x 30". Framed 25" x 35".

Lot: 1261 - ARTHUR HOEBER, New Jersey/New York, 1854-1915,

ARTHUR HOEBER New Jersey/New York, 1854-1915 Forest interior. Signed lower right "Arthur Hoeber". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 14" x 22". Framed 25" x 33".

Lot: 1262 - ALFRED THOMPSON BRICHER, New York/New Hampshire,

ALFRED THOMPSON BRICHER New York/New Hampshire, 1837-1908 Rocky coastal scene. Signed lower left "A.T. Bricher". Collection of a Noted American. Watercolor on paper, 8.5" x 18" sight. Framed 20" x 29".

Lot: 1263 - WILLIAM TROST RICHARDS, Rhode Island, 1833-1905,

WILLIAM TROST RICHARDS Rhode Island, 1833-1905 Crashing waves at dusk. Signed and dated lower left "W.T. Richards 1873". Collection of a Noted American. Watercolor, 15.5" x 26" sight. Framed 32" x 42".

Lot: 1264 - ARTS & CRAFTS HAND-PAINTED FLOOR SCREEN Three

ARTS & CRAFTS HAND-PAINTED FLOOR SCREEN Circa 1915 Three panels depict a monk seated in contemplation against a dramatic mountain landscape at sunset with a distant lake and monastery. Signed and dated lower right "W.S. Holm 1925". Reverse of

Lot: 1265 - OVOID DINING TABLE In cedar and mahogany veneer.

OVOID DINING TABLE American, Second Half of the 20th Century In cedar and mahogany veneer. Four curved legs with incised banding. Unmarked. Height 29". Length 95". Width 60". Note: The table came out of the Jascha Heifetz studio designed by

Lot: 1266 - THREE-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN Each panel depicts

THREE-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN American, Early to Mid-20th Century Each panel depicts butterflies and birds in a landscape. Each panel 65" x 19.5". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1267 - BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH PORTRAIT OF A SEATED

BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH PORTRAIT OF A SEATED WOMAN, LIKELY AN AMERICAN NATIVE Circa 1870 Housed in a walnut frame. 7" x 5" sight. Framed 12" x 10". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1268 - SAMUEL R. CHAFFEE, Rhode Island, 1850-1913, Winter

SAMUEL R. CHAFFEE Rhode Island, 1850-1913 Winter landscape. Signed lower left "S.R. Chaffee". Collection of a Noted American. Watercolor, 12.5" x 19.5". Framed 16" x 23".

Lot: 1269 - FINE HOOKED RUG FEATURING A LEAPING STAG 28" x

FINE HOOKED RUG FEATURING A LEAPING STAG American, Early 20th Century 28" x 40". Together with a Late 20th Century manufactured rug depicting a stag in a forest. 22" x 34". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1270 - TWO HOOKED RUGS One depicts autumnal leaves on a

TWO HOOKED RUGS American, Early 20th Century One depicts autumnal leaves on a light ground with black border, 32" x 60, and one depicts a cabin in the woods, 23" x 40". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1271 - THOMAS KINKADE, American, 1958-2012, "Evening

THOMAS KINKADE American, 1958-2012 "Evening Majesty". Signed and numbered lower left "Kinkade 2088/2950". Collection of a Noted American. Hand-touched print on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 35" x 47".

Lot: 1272 - FARM TABLE Painted green. Stretched canvas top

FARM TABLE American, 20th Century Painted green. Stretched canvas top painted in a floral motif. Height 29". Length 72.5". Width 28". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1273 - PANTOMIME THEATRE POSTER FOR "ALADDIN" Printed by

PANTOMIME THEATRE POSTER FOR "ALADDIN" English, Circa 1930 Printed by Taylors Printers, Wombwell. 29.5" x 39.5" sight. Framed 31.5" x 41.5". Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1274 - ALBUM OF BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS PERTAINING TO

ALBUM OF BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS PERTAINING TO THE 8TH AIRFORCE American, Mid-20th Century Together with three other family albums and a blank scrapbook. Collection of a Noted American.

Lot: 1275 - RALPH ENO, American, 1902-1962, Portrait of a

RALPH ENO American, 1902-1962 Portrait of a young girl. Signed lower right "R. Eno". In the style of Marie Laurencin. Collection of a Noted American. Oil on board, 12" x 10". Framed 18.5" x 16".

Lot: 1276 - DAN TRUTH, Connecticut, 20th Century, "Woman

DAN TRUTH Connecticut, 20th Century "Woman Listening to Music". Signed lower right "Truth". Titled verso. Exhibited: New Britain Museum of American Art: "Dan Truth Realism/Impressionism", June 25, 2010-Sept 2, 2010. Collection of a Noted

Lot: 1277 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, Early 20th Century, Two works: a

AMERICAN SCHOOL Early 20th Century Two works: a mermaid and a nude bather. Both unsigned. Collection of a Noted American. Watercolors on paper, 10" x 8" sight. Framed 27" x 21".

Lot: 1278 - MILY POSSOZ, Portuguese, 1889-1967, Two

MILY POSSOZ Portuguese, 1889-1967 Two hand-colored lithographs. Signed in pencil lower left "Mily Possoz". One numbered 3/50 and the other 29/40. Collection of a Noted American. 14" x 10.5" sight. Framed 18" x 14".

Lot: 1279 - DAVID JAMES, English, 1853-1904, A steam/sail ship

DAVID JAMES English, 1853-1904 A steam/sail ship under moonlight. Signed lower right "D. James". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 30" x 50". Framed 32" x 52".

Lot: 1280 - FOSTER CADDELL, Rhode Island/Connecticut,

FOSTER CADDELL Rhode Island/Connecticut, 1921-2013 "Moonlight 1942". Signed lower right "Foster Caddell". Titled verso. Providence Art Club label also on the reverse. Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas board, 12" x 16". Framed 15"

Lot: 1281 - JOHN CLINTON SPENCER, Rhode Island, 1861-1919,

JOHN CLINTON SPENCER Rhode Island, 1861-1919 Still life of flowers in a glass vase. Signed lower left "J.C. Spencer". Collection of a Noted American. Oil on canvas, 12" x 10". Framed 20" x 18".

Lot: 1282 - REGINALD MARSH, New York, 1898-1954, New York

REGINALD MARSH New York, 1898-1954 New York street scene. Signed and dated lower right "Reginald Marsh 1943". Collection of a Noted American. Watercolor on paper, 13.5" x 19.5". Framed 31" x 38".

Lot: 1283 - RARE FEDERAL TALL-CASE CLOCK BY JOSHUA WILDER In

RARE FEDERAL TALL-CASE CLOCK BY JOSHUA WILDER Hingham, Massachusetts, Circa 1800 In mahogany. Bonnet top with nicely pierced fret between three plinths, each supporting a brass ball and spire finial. Full carved reeded columns flank dial door.

Lot: 1284 - DUTCH TALL-CASE CLOCK Case with burled mahogany

DUTCH TALL-CASE CLOCK Holland, Circa 1725 Case with burled mahogany veneer finish. Arched hood with three brass urn-form finials, glazed dial door and flat column corners with gilt capitals. Arched pendulum door. Bombay base section with bracket

Lot: 1285 - ELI TERRY PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK Mahogany veneer

ELI TERRY PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK Plymouth, Connecticut, Mid-19th Century Mahogany veneer case with three brass urn-form finials. Wooden dial with painted Roman numerals, and stenciled gilt and raised foliate designs. Verre eglomise tablet with a

Lot: 1286 - INTRICATE SCROLL SAW WOODEN MANTEL CLOCK With

INTRICATE SCROLL SAW WOODEN MANTEL CLOCK 20th Century With animals and Greek mythological figures. Height 26.75". Width 19.75". Depth 6".

Lot: 1287 - W. WRIGHT DUNBAR TALL-CASE CLOCK Mahogany and

W. WRIGHT DUNBAR TALL-CASE CLOCK English, 19th Century Mahogany and mahogany veneer case. Broken arch pediment with brass floral rosettes. Brass-capped columns flank Roman numeral dial with rocking ship movement in lunette and gilt floral

Lot: 1288 - AARON WILLARD BANJO CLOCK Mahogany case with gilt

AARON WILLARD BANJO CLOCK Circa 1810 Mahogany case with gilt finial, door frames and presentation bracket. Roman numeral dial signed "Aaron Willard Boston". Original eglomise throat and door glass. Throat glass depicts a dove perched on a fruit

Lot: 1289 - SETH THOMAS SHELF CLOCK Mahogany veneer case

SETH THOMAS SHELF CLOCK 19th Century Mahogany veneer case fronted by grain-painted columns. Tablet below dial with painted decoration of an urn of flowers flanked by columns and curtains. Height 25.25". Width 15.25". Depth 4.5".

Lot: 1290 - ELI TERRY PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK Mahogany

ELI TERRY PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK Plymouth, Connecticut, Circa 1820 Mahogany veneer case. Reverse-painted lower tablet depicts a country home. Restored. Height 30". Width 17". Depth 4.5".

Lot: 1291 - FORESTVILLE MANUFACTURING CO. EMPIRE EIGHT-DAY

FORESTVILLE MANUFACTURING CO. EMPIRE EIGHT-DAY CLOCK Bristol, Connecticut, Circa 1840 With ogee cornice. Double-decker columns flank face and two reverse-painted glass tablets, the medial tablet with a bird on a branch and the lower tablet with a

Lot: 1292 - BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK Enameled dials surrounded by

BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK French, 19th Century Enameled dials surrounded by raised floral decoration. Alarm movement. Stepped footed base. Height with handle extended 6.25". Width 3.35". Depth 3".

Lot: 1293 - CHIPPENDALE WINDOW SEAT In mahogany. Out-scrolled

CHIPPENDALE WINDOW SEAT Charleston, South Carolina, Circa 1780 In mahogany. Out-scrolled arms end with carved rosettes. Lower scrolled edges with foliate carving. Block molded legs with chamfered backs and alternating beadwork edges at front.

Lot: 1294 - QUEEN ANNE TIP-TOP TEA TABLE In Cuban mahogany

QUEEN ANNE TIP-TOP TEA TABLE Charleston, South Carolina, Third Quarter of the 18th Century In Cuban mahogany with circular top, turned pedestal and three cabriole legs ending in bold snake feet. Height 28". Diameter of top 33.5".

Lot: 1295 - CHIPPENDALE CARD TABLE In walnut. Molded-edge top

CHIPPENDALE CARD TABLE Tidewater, Virginia Area, Circa 1780 In walnut. Molded-edge top over a full-width drawer. Block molded legs with chamfered backs end in Marlborough feet. Molded Chinese Chippendale corners at front. Height 29.5". Width 33".

Lot: 1296 - CHIPPENDALE LINEN PRESS In walnut. Upper case with

CHIPPENDALE LINEN PRESS New Jersey, Circa 1770 In walnut. Upper case with beautifully molded cornice and banded grained wood veneer. Paneled doors conceal two shelves. Chamfered fluted corners. Lower case with three full-width graduated drawers

Lot: 1297 - HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD In mahogany and mahogany

HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD New England, Circa 1790 In mahogany and mahogany veneer. Three drawers across top. Central cupboard door with brandy-glass form inlay. Central cupboard flanked on both sides by a wine bottle drawer and a side cupboard. Tapered

Lot: 1298 - SET OF EIGHT CHIPPENDALE-STYLE CHAIRS Four

SET OF EIGHT CHIPPENDALE-STYLE CHAIRS Early 20th Century Four armchairs and four side chairs, all in mahogany with slip seats newly covered in a red, green and gold fabric. Shell-carved crests. Claw & ball feet. All with labels for Henkel

Lot: 1299 - CHIPPENDALE SLANT-LID DESK With banded inlay along

CHIPPENDALE SLANT-LID DESK Late 18th Century With banded inlay along perimeter of lid and drawer fronts. Lid encloses interior fitted with pigeonholes, drawers and central compartment. Case with four graduated drawers. Height 42". Width 40.25".

Lot: 1300 - CHIPPENDALE BLOCK-FRONT SLANT-LID DESK In mahogany

CHIPPENDALE BLOCK-FRONT SLANT-LID DESK Mid-Atlantic States, Circa 1780 In mahogany with poplar secondary wood. Block-front interior with pigeonholes, drawers and central fan-carved door. Case with four graduated full-width drawers with cock-bead

Lot: 1301 - HEPPLEWHITE FIVE-DRAWER CHEST In pine under red

HEPPLEWHITE FIVE-DRAWER CHEST Circa 1810 In pine under red paint. Two half drawers above three full-width drawers, all with circular floral brass pulls. Shaped bracket base. Height 41". Width 40.75". Depth 19.75".

Lot: 1302 - ARCHITECTURAL MIRROR Label for "Spencer & Gilman

ARCHITECTURAL MIRROR Hartford, Connecticut, First Quarter of the 19th Century Label for "Spencer & Gilman Looking Glass Manufacturers, Hartford, CT". Reverse-painted upper tablet depicts a ship off a coast. Height 28.25". Width 15".

Lot: 1303 - HEPPLEWHITE BOWFRONT BUREAU In mahogany. Four

HEPPLEWHITE BOWFRONT BUREAU Circa 1810 In mahogany. Four drawers with oval brass pulls. Splayed feet. Height 38.5". Width 38". Depth 21".

Lot: 1304 - FEDERAL GILT MIRROR Cornice top with fifteen ball

FEDERAL GILT MIRROR Salem, Massachusetts, Circa 1800 Cornice top with fifteen ball drops. Upper silver and white eglomise panel depicts a scene of two women and an urn. Panel and mirror glass flanked by concave ball-decorated columns. Retains

Lot: 1305 - CHIPPENDALE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR In mahogany with

CHIPPENDALE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR New England, Second Half of the 18th Century In mahogany with needlepoint upholstered back and seat. Carved arms, arm supports and knuckle hand rests. Square molded front legs joined by H-stretcher. Back height 39.5".

Lot: 1306 - HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE In mahogany. Top with

HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE Boston, Circa 1790 In mahogany. Top with banded inlay. Apron with central oval panel with string inlay surround. Delicate tapered legs with string inlay and banded inlay at cuffs. Height 29.5". Width 36". Depth 17".

Lot: 1307 - FEDERAL FOUR-DRAWER BOWFRONT CHEST In mahogany.

FEDERAL FOUR-DRAWER BOWFRONT CHEST American, Early 19th Century In mahogany. Drawer fronts with tiger maple veneer and banded inlay. Ogee bracket base. Height 36.5". Width 38.25". Depth 21.5".

Lot: 1308 - PAIR OF BENCH-MADE QUEEN ANNE-STYLE ARMCHAIRS

PAIR OF BENCH-MADE QUEEN ANNE-STYLE ARMCHAIRS Circa 1900 After cabinetmaker William Savery of Philadelphia. In walnut. Backs with oxbow crests and solid molded vertical splats. Beautiful out-scrolled arms. Slip seats. Cabriole front legs end in

Lot: 1309 - JOHN WHORF, Massachusetts, 1903-1959, City

JOHN WHORF Massachusetts, 1903-1959 City rooftops. Signed lower right "John Whorf". Watercolor on paper, 13.5" x 18" sight. Framed 22" x 27".

Lot: 1310 - JOHN WHORF, Massachusetts, 1903-1959, Middle

JOHN WHORF Massachusetts, 1903-1959 Middle Eastern scene. Signed lower left "John Whorf". Watercolor on paper, 12" x 14" sight. Framed 23.5" x 30".

Lot: 1311 - JOHN WHORF, Massachusetts, 1903-1959, Sunset on

JOHN WHORF Massachusetts, 1903-1959 Sunset on the coast. Signed lower right "John Whorf". Oil on canvas board, 12" x 16". Framed 19" x 23".

Lot: 1312 - SELMA ALDEN, Cape Cod, Contemporary, Beach scene

SELMA ALDEN Cape Cod, Contemporary Beach scene "Looking Ahead". Signed lower left "Alden". Titled on label verso. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 19" x 24".

Lot: 1313 - ERIC STRY, New York/Massachusetts/Germany,

ERIC STRY New York/Massachusetts/Germany, 1901-1975 Two works, both depicting Provincetown fishing boats. Signed lower right "E. Stry". Oils on canvas board, 8" x 10". Framed 11" x 14".

Lot: 1314 - MARSHALL WOODSIDE JOYCE, Massachusetts, 1912-1998,

MARSHALL WOODSIDE JOYCE Massachusetts, 1912-1998 Sailor at the helm. Signed lower left "Marshall Woodside Joyce". Oil on masonite, 18" x 24". Framed 25" x 30".

Lot: 1315 - CHARLES VERMOSKIE, Massachusetts, 1905-1991,

CHARLES VERMOSKIE Massachusetts, 1905-1991 "Striper Fishing on the Cape". Signed lower left "Chas. Vermoskie". Titled verso. Oil on board, 9.5" x 18". Framed 12" x 19.5".

Lot: 1316 - CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1861-1951, A Cape

CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 A Cape Cod home. Signed lower left "C.D. Cahoon". Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. Oil on masonite.

Lot: 1317 - CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1861-1951, The

CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 The lighthouse at Gay Head. Signed lower right "C.D. Cahoon". Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. Oil on academy board, 9" x 12". Framed 14" x 17".

Lot: 1318 - CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1861-1951, Chatham,

CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 Chatham, Massachusetts landscape, possibly Crow's Pond. Signed lower right "C.D. Cahoon". Oil on canvas, 15" x 20". Framed 18" x 23".

Lot: 1319 - CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1861-1951,

CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 Contemplative young woman on an autumn road. Signed lower right "C.D. Cahoon". Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 29" x 41".

Lot: 1320 - CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1861-1951,

CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 Fisherman in a dory. Signed lower right "C.D.C." Oil on artist board, 10" x 14". Framed 12" x 16".

Lot: 1321 - ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES DREW CAHOON, Cape Cod,

ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES DREW CAHOON Cape Cod, 1861-1951 Western landscape. Unsigned. Atypical subject matter. Descended in the artist's family. Oil on canvas, 12" x 17". Framed 17" x 23".

Lot: 1322 - ELIZABETH MUMFORD, Cape Cod, Contemporary, "The

ELIZABETH MUMFORD Cape Cod, Contemporary "The Lion shall lie down with the lamb and a little child shall lead them." Signed and dated lower right "Elizabeth Mumford 1986". Titled on invoice attached "Peaceable Kingdom with Dog". Oil on board,

Lot: 1323 - PETER HUNT, Massachusetts, 1896-1967, Jesus, Mary

PETER HUNT Massachusetts, 1896-1967 Jesus, Mary and Joseph with the three Wise Men, the three Kings and two angels. Signed and dated lower left "Ovince Anno '41". Oil on canvas, 19" x 35". Unframed.

Lot: 1324 - ROBERT K. ROARK, Cape Cod, b. 1944, "Summer

ROBERT K. ROARK Cape Cod, b. 1944 "Summer Harvest". Signed lower right "Robert Roark". Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 18" x 22".

Lot: 1325 - ROSEBEE, Massachusetts, d. 2016, Paddle with

ROSEBEE Massachusetts, d. 2016 Paddle with nautical painted decoration. Titled "Mermaid's Paddles by Rosebee" on reverse. Shaft with "Stern All!" flanked by maritime flags. Blade with coastal scene of ships, whaleboats, whales and a lighthouse

Lot: 1326 - WILLIAM R. DAVIS, Massachusetts, b. 1952, "Sunrise

WILLIAM R. DAVIS Massachusetts, b. 1952 "Sunrise at Scorton Creek". Signed lower left "William R. Davis A.S.M.A". Titled verso. Fine early work by the artist bearing the influence of Martin Johnson Heade. Scorton Creek runs from Sandwich,

Lot: 1327 - WILLIAM R. DAVIS, Cape Cod, b. 1952, "Morning

WILLIAM R. DAVIS Cape Cod, b. 1952 "Morning Fishermen". Signed lower left "William R. Davis". Titled verso. Oil on panel, 19" x 24". Framed 14" x 28.5".

Lot: 1328 - WILLIAM R. DAVIS, Cape Cod, b. 1952, "Marsh at

WILLIAM R. DAVIS Cape Cod, b. 1952 "Marsh at Crowe's Pasture E. Dennis, MA". Signed lower left "W. Davis". Titled verso. Oil on board, 8" x 10". Framed 11.5" x 13.5".

Lot: 1329 - YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN, American/Turkish, b. 1958,

YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN American/Turkish, b. 1958 "Annapolis Race Week". Signed lower right "Tomakan". Titled on label verso. Oil on board, 9" x 11". Framed 19" x 21".

Lot: 1330 - YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN, American/Turkish, b. 1958,

YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN American/Turkish, b. 1958 "Rainbow Fleet, Nantucket". Signed lower right "Tomakan". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 14" x 16". Framed 22" x 24".

Lot: 1331 - YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN, American/Turkish, b. 1958,

YASEMIN KYRENA TOMAKAN American/Turkish, b. 1958 "Cisco Beach". Signed lower right "Tomakan". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 14" x 16". Framed 21" x 23".

Lot: 1332 - DONALD STOLTENBERG, Massachusetts, 1927-2016,

DONALD STOLTENBERG Massachusetts, 1927-2016 "Main Street, Wellfleet". Signed lower left "Stoltenberg '95". Signed, dated and titled on stretcher. Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 19" x 25".

Lot: 1333 - ANNE PACKARD, Massachusetts/New Jersey, b. 1933,

ANNE PACKARD Massachusetts/New Jersey, b. 1933 Winter, Provincetown, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "A. Packard". Housed in a Guido frame. Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 30" x 26".

Lot: 1334 - ANNE PACKARD, Massachusetts/New Jersey, b. 1933,

ANNE PACKARD Massachusetts/New Jersey, b. 1933 Clouds over the dunes, Truro, Massachusetts. Signed lower left "Packard". Artist's label verso. Oil on board, 4" x 5". Framed 6" x 7".

Lot: 1335 - JAN KILBURN, Maine, Contemporary, Stage Harbor

JAN KILBURN Maine, Contemporary Stage Harbor Light. Signed lower right "Jan Kilburn". Watercolor on paper, 21.5" x 29" sight. Framed 28" x 35".

Lot: 1336 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, Contemporary, Women at the

AMERICAN SCHOOL Contemporary Women at the beach. Signed lower left "J.C. Duke". Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 28.5" x 32.5".

Lot: 1337 - JANET HUGENBERGER, Massachusetts, 1904-2011, Cat

JANET HUGENBERGER Massachusetts, 1904-2011 Cat in a doorway. Signed lower right "Hugenberger J.M.". Oil on canvas, 22" x 28". Framed 37" x 31".

Lot: 1338 - PHIL SCHIRMER, American, Contemporary, "Global

PHIL SCHIRMER American, Contemporary "Global Warming". Signed lower right "P. Schirmer". Titled on label verso for Tree's Place Gallery, Orleans, Massachusetts. Egg tempera on panel, 15.5" x 23.5". Framed 21" x 29".

Lot: 1339 - ROBERT CARDINAL, Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b.

ROBERT CARDINAL Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b. 1936 "Highland Light". Signed lower right "Cardinal". Oil on canvas, 12" x 24". Framed 18.5" x 30.5".

Lot: 1340 - ROBERT CARDINAL, Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b.

ROBERT CARDINAL Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b. 1936 "Provincetown Harbor". Signed lower left "Cardinal". Titled on stretcher. Oil on canvas, 6" x 12". Framed 11" x 17".

Lot: 1341 - ROBERT CARDINAL, Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b.

ROBERT CARDINAL Massachusetts/New York/Canada, b. 1936 "Pamet Harbor". Signed lower right "Cardinal". Titled on stretcher. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed.

Lot: 1342 - RALPH EUGENE CAHOON, JR., Cape Cod, 1910-1982,

RALPH EUGENE CAHOON, JR. Cape Cod, 1910-1982 Sailor and merhorse off the stern of a ship. Signed lower right "R. Cahoon". Oil on masonite, 13" x 18". Framed 16" x 21".

Lot: 1343 - MARTHA FARHAM CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1905-1999,

MARTHA FARHAM CAHOON Cape Cod, 1905-1999 Mermaids basking on a whale. Signed lower right and dated April 1998. Promotional material and paper sheet with doodles affixed to the back of frame. Pastel and pencil on paper, 9.25" x 10.25" sight.

Lot: 1344 - MARTHA FARHAM CAHOON, Cape Cod, 1905-1999, Two

MARTHA FARHAM CAHOON Cape Cod, 1905-1999 Two works featuring hearts: One of a young girl holding a heart inscribed "Happy Valentine's Day", and one of two mermaids holding three hearts. Both signed lower right and dated 1999. Promotional material

Lot: 1345 - JOSEPH MCGURL, Massachusetts, b. 1958, "Light at

JOSEPH MCGURL Massachusetts, b. 1958 "Light at Sunset, Cape Cod". Signed lower right "Joseph McGurl". Oil on canvas, 15.5" x 20". Framed 25.5" x 29.5".

Lot: 1346 - JOSEPH MCGURL, Massachusetts, b. 1958, Catboat on

JOSEPH MCGURL Massachusetts, b. 1958 Catboat on Cape Cod Bay. Signed lower right "Joseph McGurl". Signed and dated 2003 verso. Oil on panel, 7" x 14". Framed 13" x 20".

Lot: 1347 - JOSEPH MCGURL, Massachusetts, b. 1958, World's

JOSEPH MCGURL Massachusetts, b. 1958 World's End, Hingham, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "Joseph McGurl". An early example of the artist's, likely dating to the early 1980s. Oil on board, 11.5" x 14". Framed 17" x 20".

Lot: 1348 - GEORGE LUTHER SCHELLING, Pennsylvania,

GEORGE LUTHER SCHELLING Pennsylvania, Contemporary Dolphins. Signed lower right "George Luther Schelling". Oil on canvas, 24" x 30". Framed 30" x 36".

Lot: 1349 - ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE ELMER BROWNE, Massachusetts,

ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE ELMER BROWNE Massachusetts, 1871-1946 Study for "On the Main Hatch". Unsigned. Provenance: Collection of Norman MacLeish, WPA painter and Browne's student. Archibald MacLeish, Norman's brother and Pulitzer Prize-winning

Lot: 1350 - ALBERT EDEL, American, 20th Century, "Fishing

ALBERT EDEL American, 20th Century "Fishing Boats P-Town". Signed and titled in margin. Hand-colored lithograph, 8.5" x 10.25" sight. Framed 15" x 19".

Lot: 1351 - VICTOR MAYS, American, 1927-2015, "Loading

VICTOR MAYS American, 1927-2015 "Loading Kilnwood Ellsworth, Maine Late 19th C.". Signed and dated lower right "Mays '89". Titled verso. Watercolor, 5.75" x 11". Framed 12.5" x 17.5".

Lot: 1352 - RAY ELLIS, South Carolina/Massachusetts,

RAY ELLIS South Carolina/Massachusetts, 1921-2013 "Bassin' Off Devil's Bridge 1910" (Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts). Signed and dated lower right "Ray Ellis '99". Titled verso. Devil's Bridge is an area off the cliffs at Gay Head marked by a

Lot: 1353 - GERRIT ALBERTUS BENEKER, Massachusetts/New

GERRIT ALBERTUS BENEKER Massachusetts/New York/Michigan, 1882-1934 "A Provincetown Schooner". Signed and dated lower right "Gerrit A. Beneker 1922". Titled verso. Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. Oil on board, 12" x 16". Framed

Lot: 1354 - THOMAS RUSSELL DUNLAY, Massachusetts, b. 1951,

THOMAS RUSSELL DUNLAY Massachusetts, b. 1951 "Study for Interior With Model Lamplight Daylight". Signed lower right "T.R. Dunlay". Also signed and titled verso. Oil on canvas, 14" x 11". Framed 18" x 14".

Lot: 1355 - THOMAS HIGHAM, Massachusetts, b. 1953, "Intent on

THOMAS HIGHAM Massachusetts, b. 1953 "Intent on Blues" depicting Dowses Beach, Osterville, Massachusetts, 1987. Signed lower right. Identified, titled and dated verso. Oil on board, 6.75" x 8". Framed 10.75" x 12".

Lot: 1356 - HAROLD C. DUNBAR, Massachusetts, 1882-1953, "Autum

HAROLD C. DUNBAR Massachusetts, 1882-1953 "Autum [ sic] Trees Near the Old Quaker Road, North Easton". Signed lower right "Harold Dunbar". Titled verso. Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 24" x 30".

Lot: 1357 - RICHARD K. KAISER, American, 20th Century,

RICHARD K. KAISER American, 20th Century Gardening by the old barn. Signed lower left "R. Kaiser". Watercolor, 21" x 29" sight. Framed 31" x 38".

Lot: 1358 - LEMUEL D. ELDRED, Massachusetts, 1848-1921,

LEMUEL D. ELDRED Massachusetts, 1848-1921 Gathering clams, Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "L.D. Eldred". Provenance: The artist to the grandfather of the consignor. Oil on canvas, 10" x 14". Framed 17" x 21".

Lot: 1359 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, Early 20th Century, "Gay Head

AMERICAN SCHOOL Early 20th Century "Gay Head Western Front Martha's Vineyard". Signed illegibly lower left. Titled verso. Watercolor and gouache, 4.5" x 6.25". Framed 11" x 13".

Lot: 1360 - SCHOOL OF WINSLOW HOMER, American, Early 20th

SCHOOL OF WINSLOW HOMER American, Early 20th Century Study of a boy wearing a brimmed hat. No signature found. Graphite on paper, 7.5" x 5.25". Framed 15" x 13.5".

Lot: 1361 - CONGER METCALF, Massachusetts, 1914-1998, Study of

CONGER METCALF Massachusetts, 1914-1998 Study of a woman. Signed upper right "Metcalf". Inscribed in pen verso "My warm best wishes to the Sidd family. May they have a wonderful 1988. Conger 3/1/'88". Watercolor and ink on paper, 11.25" x 11.25"

Lot: 1362 - JAMES R. HARRINGTON, New York, b. 1929,

JAMES R. HARRINGTON New York, b. 1929 "Boardwalk". Signed middle left "J. Harrington". Provenance: Tree's Place Gallery, Orleans, Massachusetts. Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 28" x 32".

Lot: 1363 - LORI ZUMMO, Connecticut, Contemporary, "Distant

LORI ZUMMO Connecticut, Contemporary "Distant Fog". Signed lower right "Zummo". Titled verso. Likely Nantucket. Oil on board, 9" x 12". Framed 16" x 19".

Lot: 1364 - SET OF SIX WINDSOR-STYLE BOWBACK CHAIRS Four side

SET OF SIX WINDSOR-STYLE BOWBACK CHAIRS 20th Century Four side chairs and two armchairs, all with a reddish-black finish. Back heights 38". Seat heights 17.5".

Lot: 1365 - DAVID LEFORT QUEEN ANNE-STYLE TRAY-TOP TEA TABLE

DAVID LEFORT QUEEN ANNE-STYLE TRAY-TOP TEA TABLE Hanover, Massachusetts, Circa 1993 In strong tiger maple. Skirt with two candle slides and a shaped lower edge. Cabriole legs end in duck feet. Retains manufacturer's label. Height 26.75". Width 28".

Lot: 1366 - D.R. DIMES WINDSOR-STYLE CAPTAIN'S CHAIR In maple

D.R. DIMES WINDSOR-STYLE CAPTAIN'S CHAIR New Hampshire, 20th Century In maple with a reddish-brown stain. Paper label and branded "D.R. Dimes" under seat. Back height 29.5". Seat height 17.5".

Lot: 1367 - D.R. DIMES TWO-PART STEP-BACK CUPBOARD Ebonized

D.R. DIMES TWO-PART STEP-BACK CUPBOARD New Hampshire, Late 20th Century Ebonized case with bold tiger maple doors and drawers. Upper section with single glazed door at left and a pair of doors at right. Lower section with a single paneled door at

Lot: 1368 - WARREN CHAIR WORKS WINDSOR-STYLE BOWBACK SETTEE In

WARREN CHAIR WORKS WINDSOR-STYLE BOWBACK SETTEE Warren, Rhode Island, 20th Century In an 18th Century style. In pine and maple. Carved "WCW" on underside of seat. Height 37". Seat height 17". Length 56". Depth 25".

Lot: 1369 - SOLID TIGER MAPLE WALL SHELF With shaped backboard

SOLID TIGER MAPLE WALL SHELF With shaped backboard supporting a single shaped shelf. Height 12". Width 23". Depth 6".

Lot: 1370 - PIE SAFE By John Evans of Baltimore. In pine under

PIE SAFE Mid-19th Century By John Evans of Baltimore. In pine under original blue paint. Doors and sides with punched tin panels. Interior with two shelves. Full-width drawer below doors. Stamped on interior of drawer "John Evans Baltimore". Same

Lot: 1371 - ELDRED WHEELER DIMINUTIVE TAVERN TALE Tiger maple

ELDRED WHEELER DIMINUTIVE TAVERN TALE Massachusetts, 20th Century Tiger maple overhanging top. Base with shaped apron and duck feet painted salmon red. Eldred Wheeler brand and paper label on underside of top. Height 25". Top 24" x 18.5".

Lot: 1372 - ELDRED WHEELER PENCIL-POST TESTER BED In maple.

ELDRED WHEELER PENCIL-POST TESTER BED Massachusetts, 20th Century In maple. Includes fabric canopy. Eldred Wheeler brand on back of headboard. Height of posts 86". Width between bolt holes 62". Overall width 64".

Lot: 1373 - ELDRED WHEELER QUEEN ANNE-STYLE PORRINGER DINING

ELDRED WHEELER QUEEN ANNE-STYLE PORRINGER DINING TABLE Massachusetts, 20th Century Tiger maple top. Base painted dark brown. Turned tapered legs end in pad feet. Height 29.75". Length 72". Width 36".

Lot: 1374 - ELDRED WHEELER HARVEST TABLE Maple top with

ELDRED WHEELER HARVEST TABLE Massachusetts, 20th Century Maple top with breadboard ends. Stretcher base, turned legs and knob feet painted black. Eldred Wheeler brand and paper label on underside of top. Height 30". Length 66.25". Width 36".

Lot: 1375 - HEPPLEWHITE DEMILUNE COMMODE CABINET In mahogany

HEPPLEWHITE DEMILUNE COMMODE CABINET Salem, Massachusetts Circa 1800 In mahogany and select flame mahogany veneer. Central drawer flanked by two hinged cabinet doors, all above four cabinet doors. Lower side cabinets with single interior shelf;

Lot: 1376 - HEPPLEWHITE SERPENTINE-FRONT CHEST-OF-DRAWERS In

HEPPLEWHITE SERPENTINE-FRONT CHEST-OF-DRAWERS Vermont, Circa 1790 In cherry with nice old patina. Four graduated drawers with alternating light and dark wood string inlay. Suitable period hardware. Front with beautifully shaped skirt. Sides with

Lot: 1377 - HEPPLEWHITE TAMBOUR SECRETARY ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN

HEPPLEWHITE TAMBOUR SECRETARY ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SEYMOUR Boston, Circa 1800 In select mahogany and mahogany veneer. Upper case with central arch-inlaid door flanked by two bellflower-inlaid tambour doors, all flanked by book spine inlay. Interior

Lot: 1378 - SHERATON CARD TABLE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SEYMOUR In

SHERATON CARD TABLE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SEYMOUR Boston, Circa 1810 In mahogany and select mahogany veneer. Apron with central inlaid oval panel and crosshatch inlay along lower edge. Beautifully tapered reeded legs in Cuban mahogany, each with oval

Lot: 1379 - PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS

PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS ATTRIBUTED TO NATHANIEL GOULD Salem, Massachusetts, Circa 1770 In mahogany. Crests with central fan and nicely scrolled rabbit ears. Pierced owl's-eye vertical splats. Green upholstery with floral

Lot: 1380 - HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE In mahogany. Top with

HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE Boston, Circa 1790 In mahogany. Top with banded inlay. Apron with central oval panel with strong tiger maple center and cherry wood. String inlay to apron and delicate tapered legs, which also have ebony banded cuffs. Height

Lot: 1381 - WING CHAIR Arched crest with gently shaped wings

WING CHAIR Newport, Rhode Island, Circa 1780 Arched crest with gently shaped wings and scrolled arms. Mahogany base with square stop-fluted front legs and H-stretcher. Height 46".

Lot: 1382 - HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE In mahogany. Shaped top on

HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE Circa 1790 In mahogany. Shaped top on a conforming apron with inlaid satinwood veneer panels. Tapered legs. Height 29.5". Width 36". Depth 17.75".

Lot: 1383 - CHIPPENDALE SERPENTINE CHEST In maple. Overhanging

CHIPPENDALE SERPENTINE CHEST Coastal New England, Fourth Quarter of the 18th Century In maple. Overhanging shaped top with molded edge. Four conforming graduated drawers with original oval brass escutcheons and pulls. Molded base on high bracket

Lot: 1384 - WING CHAIR With rose-colored upholstery. Nicely

WING CHAIR Boston, 18th Century With rose-colored upholstery. Nicely splayed arms. Ring and urn-turned H-stretcher. Back height 47". Seat height 16". Width across arms 33".

Lot: 1385 - QUEEN ANNE LOOKING GLASS Carved mahogany frame

QUEEN ANNE LOOKING GLASS Mid-18th Century Carved mahogany frame with gilt shell at crest and gilt liner. Retains original backboards. Height 34". Width 17.75".

Lot: 1386 - QUEEN ANNE TWO-PART HIGHBOY In maple. Upper case

QUEEN ANNE TWO-PART HIGHBOY American, Circa 1760 In maple. Upper case with shaped cornice over two half drawers over four graduated full-width drawers. Lower case with three side-by-side drawers, the central with shell carving. Skirt with turned

Lot: 1387 - PAIR OF CLASSICAL BRASS ANDIRONS In a modified

PAIR OF CLASSICAL BRASS ANDIRONS Early 19th Century In a modified Jack-of-Diamonds design. Together with a pair of hearth tongs in a similar design, length 32". Andiron heights 20.5". Depths 22".

Lot: 1388 - HEPPLEWHITE ONE-DRAWER TABLE In birch with old

HEPPLEWHITE ONE-DRAWER TABLE Circa 1810 In birch with old brown finish. Circular brass pull. Square tapered legs. Height 27.5". Width 19". Depth 18.75".

Lot: 1389 - TRAY-TOP COFFEE TABLE In mahogany. 19th Century

TRAY-TOP COFFEE TABLE In mahogany. 19th Century tray mounted on a contemporary stand. Height 20.5". Width 29.5". Depth 20".

Lot: 1390 - CHARLES WEBSTER HAWTHORNE, Massachusetts/New York,

CHARLES WEBSTER HAWTHORNE Massachusetts/New York, 1872-1930 Portrait of a woman with a yellow shawl. Signed upper left "C. Hawthorne". From a Cape Cod Collection of Americana. Oil on canvas, 20" x 16". Framed 26" x 21".

Lot: 1391 - LOUIS L. BETTS, New York/Illinois, 1873-1961,

LOUIS L. BETTS New York/Illinois, 1873-1961 "Young Lady With Dog in the Park". Unsigned. Estate stamp verso. A wonderfully serene work reminiscent of the great park landscapes of William Merritt Chase, who was Betts' instructor at the

Lot: 1391A - GRANVILLE PERKINS, New York, 1830-1895, "Wreck in

GRANVILLE PERKINS New York, 1830-1895 "Wreck in the Bahamas 1881". Signed lower left "G. Perkins". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 10" x 16". Framed 18" x 24".

Lot: 1392 - RICHARD DE RIBCOWSKY, California/Argentina/Europe,

RICHARD DE RIBCOWSKY California/Argentina/Europe, 1880-1936 Coastal sunset. Signed lower right "De Ribcowsky". Oil on board, 10" x 14". Framed 18" x 22".

Lot: 1393 - ALFRED CHENEY CHADBOURN, Maine/Turkey, 1921-1998,

ALFRED CHENEY CHADBOURN Maine/Turkey, 1921-1998 Sunset through the trees. Signed lower left "A. Chadbourn". Oil on canvas, 9.5" x 13.75". Framed 15" x 19".

Lot: 1394 - STANLEY GRANT MIDDLETON, New York, 1852-1942,

STANLEY GRANT MIDDLETON New York, 1852-1942 Still life of a hat and porcelain. Signed lower left "Stanley Middleton". Oil on canvas, 24" x 20". Framed 31" x 27".

Lot: 1395 - ALFRED T. ORDWAY, Massachusetts/New Hampshire,

ALFRED T. ORDWAY Massachusetts/New Hampshire, 1819-1897 Landscape with pond and valley. Signed lower right "A. Ordway". Oil on canvas, 15" x 25". Framed 17.5" x 28".

Lot: 1396 - EDWARD GREGORY SMITH, Connecticut, 1880-1961, A

EDWARD GREGORY SMITH Connecticut, 1880-1961 A lone figure on a rocky coast. Signed lower right "Gregory Smith". Smith is widely associated with the Old Lyme School. He was an active member of the Lyme Art Association, serving as its President

Lot: 1397 - JOHN JOSEPH ENNEKING, Massachusetts/New

JOHN JOSEPH ENNEKING Massachusetts/New York/Maine/Ohio, 1841-1916 "New England Hillside - Spurr Pasture - Otisfield, Maine". Signed and dated lower right "Enneking '73". Titled verso in a later hand. Provenance: A Massachusetts Estate. Oil

Lot: 1398 - ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN JOSEPH ENNEKING, American, 19th

ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN JOSEPH ENNEKING American, 19th Century Spring meadow landscape. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 24" x 30". Framed 32" x 38".

Lot: 1399 - FRANK HARTMAN WAGNER, New York, 1931-1996, Racing

FRANK HARTMAN WAGNER New York, 1931-1996 Racing scene. Signed lower right "F. Wagner". Gouache, 31" x 39" sight. Framed 39" x 47".

Lot: 1400 - ARNOUD WYDEVELD, New York/Netherlands, 1823-1888,

ARNOUD WYDEVELD New York/Netherlands, 1823-1888 Catboat on a lake. Signed lower right "A. Wydeveld". Oil on panel, 18" x 24". Framed 22" x 28".

Lot: 1401 - ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN RUSSELL,

ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN RUSSELL Massachusetts/Rhode Island, 1804-1885 Whaleship cutting in. Unsigned. Mixed media on paper, 12" x 18" sight. Framed 19" x 25".

Lot: 1402 - ERNEST HARRISON BARNES, Michigan, 1873-1955, "Bend

ERNEST HARRISON BARNES Michigan, 1873-1955 "Bend in the River". Signed lower right "E.H. Barnes". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 25" x 30". Framed 27" x 32".

Lot: 1403 - EDWARD HILL, New Hampshire/California/Oregon,

EDWARD HILL New Hampshire/California/Oregon, 1843-1923 A fisherman on an autumn river, likely New Hampshire. Signed and dated lower left "Edward Hill 88". Oil on canvas, 20" x 14". Framed 31" x 24".

Lot: 1404 - JERVIS MCENTEE, New York, 1828-1891, "Autumn

JERVIS MCENTEE New York, 1828-1891 "Autumn Contemplation". Signed and dated lower left "JMcE 1870". Oil on canvas, 15.5" x 12.75". Framed 26" x 23".

Lot: 1405 - ISAAC A. JOSEPHI, New York, d. 1954, Pastoral

ISAAC A. JOSEPHI New York, d. 1954 Pastoral scene. Signed lower right "Isaac A. Josephi". This pastel, executed on a Regensburg's Cigar advertisement board, has been done in the Barbizon Style and is similar to some of the works of George

Lot: 1406 - AUGUST LAUX, New York/Germany, 1847-1921, Still

AUGUST LAUX New York/Germany, 1847-1921 Still life of a silver pitcher, an orange, a pineapple and other fruit. Signed lower right "A. Laux". Oil on canvas, 10" x 14". Framed 14" x 18".

Lot: 1407 - MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN Watercolor, 2" x

MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN 19th Century Watercolor, 2" x 1.25".

Lot: 1408 - BETTY RING, American, 20th Century, Still life of

BETTY RING American, 20th Century Still life of a pintail decoy and a basket of fruit. Signed lower right "Betty Ring". Consignor believes the artist to be the same Betty Ring as the noted author, scholar and collector of American schoolgirl

Lot: 1409 - BETTY RING, American, 20th Century, Still life of

BETTY RING American, 20th Century Still life of a candlestick and bowl of fruit. Signed lower left "Betty Ring". Consignor believes the artist to be the same Betty Ring as the noted author, scholar and collector of American schoolgirl samplers.

Lot: 1410 - BETTY RING, American, 20th Century, Young woman

BETTY RING American, 20th Century Young woman with parasol sitting in a field. Signed lower right "Betty Ring". Consignor believes the artist to be the same Betty Ring as the noted author, scholar and collector of American schoolgirl samplers.

Lot: 1411 - SCHOOL OF JACOB MAENTEL, American, 19th Century,

SCHOOL OF JACOB MAENTEL American, 19th Century Portrait of a man and his daughter. Signed illegibly lower right. Dated 1856. Watercolor on paper, 13.5" x 10.5". Framed 17" x 13.5".

Lot: 1412 - DALE A. RATCLIFF, New York, Late 20th Century,

DALE A. RATCLIFF New York, Late 20th Century Wintertime scene of a brook. Signed lower right "Ratcliff". Oil on canvas board, 20" x 24". Framed 26" x 30".

Lot: 1413 - HARRY LANG BARTON, New York, 1908-2001, "Pastoral

HARRY LANG BARTON New York, 1908-2001 "Pastoral Scene". Signed lower right "H. Barton". Titled on label verso for Arlene McDaniel Galleries, Simsbury, Connecticut. Estate stamp verso. Oil on board, 12" x 16". Framed 19" x 23".

Lot: 1414 - GEORGE GUNTHER HARTWICK, New York, 1817-1899,

GEORGE GUNTHER HARTWICK New York, 1817-1899 Hudson River landscape. Signed "Hartwick" and titled "Summer" on stretcher. Oil on canvas, relined, 16" x 20". Framed 19" x 25".

Lot: 1415 - ROBERT WILLIAM VONNOH, New

ROBERT WILLIAM VONNOH New York/Connecticut/France, 1858-1933 A bend in the river. Signed lower left "Vonnoh". Oil on canvas, 12.75" x 15.5". Framed 19.5" x 22.5".

Lot: 1416 - JEAN HALTER, Pennsylvania, 1916-1981, "New Hope,

JEAN HALTER Pennsylvania, 1916-1981 "New Hope, PA". Signed and titled lower right "Jean Halter New Hope PA". Oil on canvas, 22" x 34". Framed 27" x 39".

Lot: 1417 - YVONNE PÈNE DU BOIS, New York, b. 1913, Town

YVONNE PÈNE DU BOIS New York, b. 1913 Town and distant mountains. Signed lower right "Yvonne Pene Du Bois". Housed in a Newcomb-Macklin frame. Note: Artist is the daughter of Guy Pene Du Bois. Oil on canvas, 28" x 40". Framed 34.25" x

Lot: 1418 - QUEEN ANNE CHEST-ON-CHEST ON FRAME In cherry.

QUEEN ANNE CHEST-ON-CHEST ON FRAME Connecticut, Circa 1760 In cherry. Upper case with ogee molded cornice with bead molding. Five graduated full-width drawers. Lower case with four graduated full-width drawers. Simplistic frame with cabriole legs

Lot: 1419 - QUEEN ANNE HIGHBOY In maple and curly maple with

QUEEN ANNE HIGHBOY Rhode Island, Circa 1760 In maple and curly maple with poplar and chestnut secondary woods. Upper case with five graduated drawers. Lower case with one full-width drawer over three side-by-side drawers, the central drawer with

Lot: 1420 - QUEEN ANNE CORNER CHAIR In Cuban mahogany with

QUEEN ANNE CORNER CHAIR Van Rensselaer, New York, Circa 1770 In Cuban mahogany with nice patina to old finish. Low crest rail and out-scrolled arms. Beautiful pierced and scrolled vertical splats. Slip seat. Cabriole front leg with pad foot. Nicely

Lot: 1421 - EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT, Rhode Island, 1842-1904,

EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT Rhode Island, 1842-1904 Still life of roses. Signed and dated lower left "E.C. Leavitt 18[?]". Oil on panel, 18" x 9". Framed 23" x 15".

Lot: 1422 - PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE BACK-STOOL CHAIRS In mahogany.

PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE BACK-STOOL CHAIRS Rhode Island, Circa 1780 In mahogany. Block legs with chamfered backs and H-stretcher. Burnt orange crushed velvet upholstery. Back heights 38.25". Seat heights 19".

Lot: 1423 - QUEEN ANNE MIRROR In beautiful walnut veneer.

QUEEN ANNE MIRROR Boston, Third Quarter of the 18th Century In beautiful walnut veneer. Crest with carved and pierced gilt foliate designs. Gilt liner. Height 43.5". Width 21".

Lot: 1424 - HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE In mahogany. Bowed top with

HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE Eastern Massachusetts, Late 18th Century In mahogany. Bowed top with serpentine sides. Conforming apron with fine bird's-eye and curly maple paneled inlay. Square tapered legs with cuff inlay at ankles. Height 30". Width 37".

Lot: 1425 - QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR In walnut. Back with

QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR Coastal Massachusetts or Rhode Island, Third Quarter of the 18th Century In walnut. Back with well-shaped crest rail, vasiform splat and waisted stiles. Original slip seat frame with striped velvet upholstery. Scalloped skirt.

Lot: 1426 - CHIPPENDALE-STYLE GAMES TABLE In mahogany with

CHIPPENDALE-STYLE GAMES TABLE Circa 1900 In mahogany with shaped top, cabriole legs and claw & ball feet. Height 28". Width 32". Depth 16.5". Top open 32" x 31".




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