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Lot: 410 - A silhouette and two miniatures from the Lucas

A silhouette and two miniatures from the Lucas family likely Baltimore, 19th century Comprising a framed silhouette inscribed to verso: "Portrait of Fielding Lucas, Jr./ cut wi... scissors/by/Master Hubbard/without/drawing or machine;" a

Lot: 411 - A tintype of William F. Lucas and a group of seven

A tintype of William F. Lucas and a group of seven daguerreotypes likely Baltimore, 19th century Comprising a tintype of William Fielding Lucas, two daguerreotypes of children in dresses (likely Lucas boys), one of an unknown woman, and four

Lot: 412 - ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE WASHINGTON CONARROE,

ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE WASHINGTON CONARROE (american 1802-1884) PORTRAIT OF FIELDING LUCAS, JR. Ca. 1849 Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Fielding Lucas, Jr. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 413 - A Federal verre églomisé banjo clock,

A Federal verre églomisé banjo clock 19th century Of typical form, apparantly unsigned, with églomisé panels decorated in red, green, and gold, set within a giltwood and ebonized case. H: 34 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 414 - A late Federal verre églomisé

A late Federal verre églomisé parcel-gilt banjo clock W. Goodwin, North Attleboro, MA, 19th century Of typical form surmounted by an eagle, the face signed "W. Goodwin, North Attleboro, Mass."; the verre églomisé panel

Lot: 415 - Two American mahogany watch stands, 19th century

Two American mahogany watch stands 19th century H: 14 1/2 in. (largest). PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the manager of Lucas

Lot: 416 - An American Gothic Revival hall chair, circa 1850

An American Gothic Revival hall chair circa 1850 H: 54, W: 20, D: 18 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the manager of Lucas

Lot: 417 - A pair of American patinated and gilt-bronze

A pair of American patinated and gilt-bronze Sinumbra lamps 19th century In the form of fluted Corinthian columns; electrified. (2). H: 33 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 418 - An American coin silver butter dish, S. Kirk &

An American coin silver butter dish S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 In the 'Baltimore Rose' pattern, square form with removable square cover, the center of the dish engraved "GAL." W: 6 3/4, D: 6 3/4 in. Weight: 9.3 oz. t.

Lot: 419 - An American coin silver coffeepot, S. Kirk & Son,

An American coin silver coffeepot S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 Of cylindrical form with rectangular ram-headed handle and flat lid with floral finial, allover repoussé decorated with roses, bellflowers, and foliate stalks;

Lot: 420 - An American coin silver beaker, mark indistinct,

An American coin silver beaker mark indistinct, 19th century Octagonal waisted form with repoussé and chased with cartouche inscribed "Bertha." H: 3 1/4 in. Weight: 3.5 oz t. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 421 - An American coin silver armorial footed fruit

An American coin silver armorial footed fruit bowl S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 Allover repoussé decorated in the 'Rose' pattern, one side with reserve engraved with the Lucas family crest. H: 5 1/2, Dia: 6 1/2 in.

Lot: 422 - An assembled group of American coin and sterling

An assembled group of American coin and sterling silver table objects various makers, mostly Baltimore, late 19th century All in variants of the 'Baltimore Rose' pattern, comprising a coin silver repoussé beaker and creamer, Kirk &

Lot: 423 - An assembled American sterling silver salt and

An assembled American sterling silver salt and pepper set George W. Webb, Baltimore, MD and other makers, late 19th century In the 'Baltimore Rose' pattern, comprising one pepper caster and two open salts with cobalt glass liners and white

Lot: 424 - An American coin silver repoussé water

An American coin silver repoussé water pitcher S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 Of globular form with tall neck, with very fine repoussé motifs of birds, roses, figs, carnations, daisies, and other flowers and foliage.

Lot: 425 - A pair of American coin silver vegetable dishes,

A pair of American coin silver vegetable dishes S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 Each with shaped and foliate-moulded edge with applied foliate handles and with allover repoussé 'Rose' pattern, the conforming lid with open

Lot: 426 - A pair of American coin silver covered two-handled

A pair of American coin silver covered two-handled vegetable dishes S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, 1868-1890 Each of oval form with allover repoussé decorated in the 'Rose' pattern, the conforming lid with open knop, raised on four

Lot: 427 - Four Georgian sterling silver casters, various

Four Georgian sterling silver casters various makers, London, 18th century Comprising a pair of George II sterling silver casters engraved with lion crests, Sam Wood, London, 1750-51; and a near pair of George III sterling silver casters,

Lot: 428 - A pair of George III sterling silver candlesticks,

A pair of George III sterling silver candlesticks John Love & Co., Sheffield, 1798-99 Each with outspreading circular gadrooned base issuing a slender knopped standard cast with acanthus leaves, each with the Lucas crest engraved to base;

Lot: 429 - A Victorian Sheffield plate double sherry trolley

A Victorian Sheffield plate double sherry trolley with wheel-cut glass decanters Blagden, Hodgson & Co., Sheffield, mid 19th century L: 14 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 430 - A group of Continental silvered metal table

A group of Continental silvered metal table objects late 19th/early 20th century Comprising a silvered metal frosted glass covered cup and swing-handled pierced sugar basket with frosted glass liner, each in the Gothic taste; together with a

Lot: 431 - A Continental silver candle wick trimmer, marks

A Continental silver candle wick trimmer marks rubbed, 19th century Of scissor form, and on trivets, with a sprung hinge and wick-catch. L: 7 in. Weight: 3.2 oz. t. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence

Lot: 432 - A pair of gilt brass snake-form chamber sticks,

A pair of gilt brass snake-form chamber sticks possibly English, last quarter 19th century Of typical form, each with a snake entwined to form a holder. (2). H: 6 1/2 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 433 - A George III bronze mounted and featherbanded

A George III bronze mounted and featherbanded figured mahogany cellarette circa 1800 The hinged lid surmounted by bronze urn-form finial above a lion-form pull and brass escutcheon, mounted to sides with bronze lion-form handles, raised on

Lot: 434 - A William IV brass inlaid calamander and rosewood

A William IV brass inlaid calamander and rosewood center table circa 1835 The banded calamander top raised on a brass inlaid rosewood base with four outscrolled legs and brass lion-paw casters; sold together with a revolving tabletop

Lot: 435 - An assembled group of English creamware, late 18th

An assembled group of English creamware late 18th century Comprising a parcel-gilt striated teapot, unmarked, possibly Wedgwood; a blue-glazed bough pot without cover, unmarked, possibly Wedgwood; a pearlware covered tureen, unmarked; and an

Lot: 436 - A group of English tablewares, 19th century

A group of English tablewares 19th century Comprising two Staffordshire stoneware Apostle Jugs, a parcel-gilt opaline glass caster, and a silver luster teapot. (4). H: 9 in. (tallest) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 437 - A group of Staffordshire transferware, 18th and

A group of Staffordshire transferware 18th and 19th centuries Comprising a reticulated basket depicting "Milnes Bridge House, Yorkshire" and a conforming stand depicting "Westacre House, Norfolk;" a gravy boat depicting "Hoboken in New

Lot: 438 - A group of Continental faience, 18th/19th

A group of Continental faience 18th/19th centuries Comprising a French creil covered tureen and an Italian maiolica porte-huilier with matching vinaigrettes. (4). L: 15 1/4, D: 9 1/2 in. (tureen) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family

Lot: 439 - A group of Delft cooking implements, 19th century

A group of Delft cooking implements 19th century Comprising a press, a funnel, and a spout; the press with label to underside inscribed: "The Old Donaldson House, 217 St Paul Street, July 4th, 1909." (3). H: 4 1/2 in. (press)

Lot: 440 - Three Dutch Delft double gourd vases, 17th/18th

Three Dutch Delft double gourd vases 17th/18th century The first round octagonal form and decorated in a millefiori pattern, the second lobed form and decorated with stylized putti against a fruiting and floral ground, and the third decorated

Lot: 441 - A group of Dutch Delft vessels, 17th and 18th

A group of Dutch Delft vessels 17th and 18th centuries Comprising a polychrome decorated pitcher, a cuspidor, an apothecary jar, and a small tea bowl. (4). H: 10 3/4 in. (tallest) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 442 - An assembled Dutch Delft three-piece garniture, de

An assembled Dutch Delft three-piece garniture de Klauw, 18th century Comprising two octagonal baluster vases with figures of the sea trade, and a hexagonal floral-decorated beaker vase; all with "De Klauw" marks, the baluster vases also

Lot: 443 - A pair of Dutch Delft sauce boats, Johan Verburg

A pair of Dutch Delft sauce boats Johan Verburg or Jan van der Buergen, circa 1700 Each of lobed oval form with wave-moulded edge and prominent spout and scrolled handle issuing from watersplash, the underside with mark for Johan Verburg or

Lot: 444 - A collection of Dutch Delft dishes, 18th century

A collection of Dutch Delft dishes 18th century Comprising a pair of millefiori plates with scalloped edge, with maker's cypher possibly IB; an octagonal salt tray with maker's cypher AK possibly for Albertus Kiell of De Witte Ster; a shaped

Lot: 445 - Three Dutch Delft vases, 18th century

Three Dutch Delft vases 18th century Comprising a tall rouleau vase finely decorated with birds and butterflies, with indistinct underglaze maker's mark to underside; a bottle vase, and a small rouleau vase, with indistinct marks. (3). H:

Lot: 446 - A Japanese Imari vase and a Chinese green-glazed

A Japanese Imari vase and a Chinese green-glazed bowl with carved wood stand 18th/first half 19th century H: 7 1/4 in. (vase, approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 447 - A Japanese blue and white double gourd vase,

A Japanese blue and white double gourd vase 17th/18th century H: 10 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the manager of

Lot: 448 - A pair of Chinese blue and white "phoenix" bowls,

A pair of Chinese blue and white "phoenix" bowls Cheng Hua marks, Kangxi Period H: 3 3/4, Dia: 7 3/4 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed

Lot: 449 - Three Chinese enameled porcelain "Bencharong"

Three Chinese enameled porcelain "Bencharong" bowls for the Thai market 18th or 19th century Dia: 6 3/4 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943)

Lot: 450 - A Chinese carved bamboo pomegranate and a pine

A Chinese carved bamboo pomegranate and a pine water coupe Qing Dynasty, probably 18th century Sold together with a carved hardwood "qilong" stand. (3). L: 3 in. (pomegranate, approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 451 - A pair of Chinese silver-lined "tixi" lacquer

A pair of Chinese silver-lined "tixi" lacquer cups 17th/18th century or earlier H: 1 3/4, Dia: 2 3/4 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed

Lot: 452 - An assembled group of fifteen Chinese doucai,

An assembled group of fifteen Chinese doucai, famille rose, and famille verte table wares and stands various dates Including two doucai bowls and covers, Qianlong six character marks possibly of the period (minyao); a turquoise-ground

Lot: 453 - A group of ten Chinese blue and white porcelain

A group of ten Chinese blue and white porcelain vases and vessels 17th-18th centuries Including two covered vases, a "Hawthorne" jar, a chamber pot and cover, and a gourd-form jar. (10). H: 11 1/2 in. (tallest with cover, approx.)

Lot: 454 - Six Chinese blue and white porcelain and

Six Chinese blue and white porcelain and soft-paste porcelain items 17th-18th centuries Comprising a teabowl and saucer, two bowls, a vase, and an export porcelain armorial plate possibly for the French market with unusual passion flower

Lot: 455 - A group of ten Chinese blue and white porcelain

A group of ten Chinese blue and white porcelain vases, jars, tea bowls and cups 17th-18th centuries H: 9 3/4 in. (tallest, approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 456 - A Chinese blue and white porcelain reticulated

A Chinese blue and white porcelain reticulated small bowl and a pair of fluted dishes decorated with crabs Kangxi Period Dia: 8 in. (dishes, approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 457 - Two Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vases,

Two Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vases Transitional Period H: 10 in. (approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the

Lot: 458 - Ten Chinese blue and white porcelain items, 18th

Ten Chinese blue and white porcelain items 18th century Comprising a pair of small ginger jars with floral decoration and pierced wood covers, a small plate, a ewer, two octagonal cups with associated stands, and four assorted vases and one

Lot: 459 - A group of twelve Chinese blue and white porcelain

A group of twelve Chinese blue and white porcelain vases Kangxi Period Comprising double-gourd, triple gourd, and bottle vases and jars, five with associated covers and one with wood cover. (12). H: 9 1/2 in. (tallest without cover,

Lot: 460 - A group of sixteen assorted Chinese blue and white

A group of sixteen assorted Chinese blue and white porcelain dishes, bowls, and vases 17th-18th centuries Including a teapot and a leys jar. (16). H: 7 in. (tallest, approx.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 461 - A pair of Chinese blue and white bottle vases,

A pair of Chinese blue and white bottle vases Transitional Period H: 14 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the manager of Lucas

Lot: 462 - An assembled group of Chinese and Japanese export

An assembled group of Chinese and Japanese export wares 19th and 20th centuries Comprising a cloisonné bottle vase, a famille verte baluster vase, a blue and white imari bowl, and a modern Japanese rice bowl. (4). H: 10 in. (tallest)

Lot: 463 - An extensive assorted collection of Chinese carved

An extensive assorted collection of Chinese carved wood and lacquer stands and covers mostly 19th century Comprising four pierced wood jar covers, eight footed stands, nine rectangular stands, and 23 circular stands, all of varying sizes.

Lot: 464 - GEORGE HUGHES MERLE, (FRENCH 1823-1881), PORTRAIT

GEORGE HUGHES MERLE (french 1823-1881) PORTRAIT OF GEORGE A. LUCAS Signed and dated 'Hughes Merle 1894', center left Oil on canvas 22 x 18 inches provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas

Lot: 465 - A Wedgwood & Bentley agate-glazed cassolette,

A Wedgwood & Bentley agate-glazed cassolette circa 1775 With removable double-sided cover converting to a candlestick, marked to underside of black basalt stand "WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY: ETRURIA"; sold together with additional matching

Lot: 466 - Two cream and agate glazed earthenware busts of

Two cream and agate glazed earthenware busts of Voltaire and Rousseau probably Wedgwood & Bentley, late 18th century After the models by Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828), the cream-glazed busts raised on agate-glazed pedestals;

Lot: 467 - A Wedgwood lilac jasper covered urn, 19th century

A Wedgwood lilac jasper covered urn 19th century The shoulders banded with reliefs of the zodiac, the body centered with medallions depicting classical muses; stamped "WEDGWOOD" to underside. H: 10 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas

Lot: 468 - Two Wedgwood blue jasper portrait medallions, late

Two Wedgwood blue jasper portrait medallions late 19th century Depicting the Comtesse du Barry and the Princesse de Lamballe, each housed in giltwood frame and with incised title and impressed "WEDGWOOD" mark to verso; the Comtesse du Barry

Lot: 469 - A Wedgwood black jasper plaque, 19th century

A Wedgwood black jasper plaque 19th century Depicting an allegory of motherly love, impressed "WEDGWOOD" to verso and housed in gilt and white-painted frame with retail label for Vogt & Holmes Art Dealers and Fine Framing, Baltimore.

Lot: 470 - A pair of Wedgwood style bisque cameo portraits,

A pair of Wedgwood style bisque cameo portraits 19th century Depicting Plutarch and Louis Philippe, framed and mounted behind glass. (2). H: 10, W: 8 1/4 in. (frames) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 472 - A Meissen porcelain allegorical figure, Winter,

A Meissen porcelain allegorical figure Winter, circa 1900 Modeled in the form of an ice-skating fur-cloaked putto representing winter with blue underglazed crossed swords mark, incised model number "A 71" and impressed mark "91" with

Lot: 473 - A Meissen porcelain figural group, Venus and Amor,

A Meissen porcelain figural group Venus and Amor, late 19th century After the group by Albert Georg Eras (German, 1835-1907), depicting Venus filling Amor's quiver on a rocaille-cast base, the underside with blue crossed sword marks, an

Lot: 474 - A pair of Meissen porcelain Olympian busts, Juno

A pair of Meissen porcelain Olympian busts Juno and Mars, 1815-1860 After the models by Christian Gottfried Juechtzer (German, 1752-1812) and Johann Carl Schönheit (German, 1730-1805); each with blue underglaze crossed sword mark, Juno

Lot: 475 - Two Meissen porcelain figures, Cupid Feeding the

Two Meissen porcelain figures Cupid Feeding the Doves and Cupid with a Dove, circa 1900 The two figures after the models by Paul Helmig (German, 1859-1939), both with blue underglaze crossed sword marks, the first with impressed mark "R 122"

Lot: 476 - A Meissen porcelain figural group, The Rape of

A Meissen porcelain figural group The Rape of Persephone, circa 1900 Depicting Pluto in vermilion drapery restraining a partially clothed and distressed Persephone, standing on a rocky ground in front of a tree; with blue underglaze crossed

Lot: 477 - A Meissen porcelain figural group, The Architects,

A Meissen porcelain figural group The Architects, marks for 1860-1924, circa 1875 Modeled with three putti standing, kneeling, and seated about a Corinthian architrave brandishing attributes of architecture, the lobed base modeled with bound

Lot: 478 - A Meissen porcelain figure, Bacchus, 1815-1860

A Meissen porcelain figure Bacchus, 1815-1860 After the model by Johann Friedrich Eberlein (German, 1695-1749), the God of wine modelled standing holding a full glass in his right hand and a bunch of grapes aloft in his left, on a

Lot: 479 - A Meissen porcelain figure, Lorelei, 1815-1860

A Meissen porcelain figure Lorelei, 1815-1860 After the model by Ludwig Schwanthaler (German, 1802-1848), depicting Lorelei at rest leaning on her lyre and looking at a gamboling dolphin at her feet, polychromed and parcel-gilt; with blue

Lot: 480 - Two Meissen porcelain figural groups of a sleeping

Two Meissen porcelain figural groups of a sleeping girl on a chair 19th century After the original circa 1774 model by Michel Victor Acier (French, 1736-1799), in the form of a girl sleeping in a chair; each with blue underglaze crossed sword

Lot: 481 - A Meissen porcelain figural group, The Vintners,

A Meissen porcelain figural group The Vintners, 1815-1860 After the 1770-1775 model by Michel Victor Acier (French, 1736-1799) after drawings "Modell-No. 61274, old Form-No. 12" by Johann Eleazar Zeissig, also called Schönau, (German,

Lot: 482 - A Meissen porcelain figural pair, Malabar Man and

A Meissen porcelain figural pair Malabar Man and Woman, 1815-1860 After the models by Friedrich Elias Meyer (German, 1723-1785), the lady with baskets and fruit, the man with shield, quiver, and bow; each marked to underside with blue

Lot: 483 - A Meissen porcelain part figural group, Calydonian

A Meissen porcelain part figural group Calydonian Boar Hunt, late 19th century Comprising four of the original six parts, including the central figure of Atalanta, a figure of Prince Meleager slaying the boar, two figures modeled in the form

Lot: 484 - A large Meissen porcelain figural group, The

A large Meissen porcelain figural group The Triumph of Amphitrite, 1815-1860 After the 1772-1774 model by Johann Joachim Kändler (German, 1706-1775), depicting the wife of Poseidon and goddess of the sea, Amphitrite, borne aloft on the

Lot: 485 - A pair of Continental porcelain candlesticks,

A pair of Continental porcelain candlesticks apparently unmarked, 19th century In the form of seated sphinxes upholding incised candlemounts above leaftip-modeled socles on square bases, decorated in turquoise and parcel-gilt. (2). H: 7

Lot: 486 - Three pieces of Continental porcelain objects,

Three pieces of Continental porcelain objects 19th century Comprising a Meissen style lozenge-form enamel snuffbox painted to lid with a provincial maiden, with black pseudo-Meissen crossed swords mark to underside; a Samson Chinese export

Lot: 487 - Three K.P.M. porcelain figural groups, circa 1900

Three K.P.M. porcelain figural groups circa 1900 Comprising Clio and Mars, Venus and Vulcan, and Apollo and Minerva; all with blue scepter underglaze marks, the first also with an impressed mark "T 966," the second also with an impressed

Lot: 488 - A Neapolitan giltmetal-mounted porcelain box

A Neapolitan giltmetal-mounted porcelain box together with four figurines late 19th century The rectangular box with a polychrome rendering of the Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne, with blue underglaze marks for the Capodimonte factory, Naples,

Lot: 489 - Two Italian maiolica busts of Renaissance pages,

Two Italian maiolica busts of Renaissance pages Angelo Minghetti (Italian, 1822-1885), Bologna, late 19th century Both marked "AMF" to underside; sold together with a large Italian maiolica bust of a Renaissance maiden, with unknown maker's

Lot: 490 - PAUL HALLWIG, (AMERICAN 1865-1925), PORTRAIT OF a

PAUL HALLWIG (american 1865-1925) PORTRAIT OF a GENTLEMAN, BELIEVED TO BE WILLIAM F. LUCAS, SR. Signed and dated 'Paul Hallwig 1889', bottom left Oil on canvas 29 7/8 x 24 7/8 in. provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 491 - A mahogany watch stand in the form of a Dutch

A mahogany watch stand in the form of a Dutch Baroque miniature tall case clock 18th century The watch likely circa 1790 with white enamel dial polychrome painted with architectural elements, the movement engraved with maker's initials

Lot: 492 - A diminutive Boulle style tallcase clock, 19th

A diminutive Boulle style tallcase clock 19th century In the manner of André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642–1732), the segmented dial with Roman and Arabic numerals. H: 19 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 493 - A Renaissance Revival Boulle marquetry ebonized

A Renaissance Revival Boulle marquetry ebonized portico clock third quarter 19th century The clock with enameled Roman chapters applied to face with giltmetal mounts, the shaped capital and supports with Boulle style tortoiseshell,

Lot: 494 - A Louis XIV style ebonized and ormolu-mounted

A Louis XIV style ebonized and ormolu-mounted cartel clock Le Doux à Paris, 19th century In the manner of André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642-1732), the case in ormolu-mounted tortoiseshell with brass en premier partie, the

Lot: 495 - A German Louis XV style gilt bronze mounted

A German Louis XV style gilt bronze mounted bracket clock Winterhalter und Hofmeier, Schwarzwald, circa 1890 Of typical form, with original two-train movement and ting-tang strike, with segmental cream enamel dial signed "Winterhalter und

Lot: 496 - A Louis XV style gilt-bronze mounted tortoiseshell

A Louis XV style gilt-bronze mounted tortoiseshell cartel clock late 19th century The red-stained tortoiseshell veneered shaped case with gilt-bronze mounts depicting a dragon and scrolling foliate motifs, the gilt-bronze face set with

Lot: 497 - A Louis XV style gilt-bronze mounted stained bone

A Louis XV style gilt-bronze mounted stained bone bracket clock Richond à Paris, late 19th century Of typical form, with applied rocaille mounts, the face with segmented roman numerals and signed "Richond à Paris" with hourly

Lot: 498 - A Louis XVI style giltmetal-mounted white marble

A Louis XVI style giltmetal-mounted white marble portico clock Samuel Marti et Cie., Paris, last quarter 19th century Of typical form, with sun-in-splendour pendulum, the works stamped with Samuel Marti and Medaille Bronze pastilles. H:

Lot: 499 - A Louis XVI style gilt-bronze mounted marble

A Louis XVI style gilt-bronze mounted marble cartel clock Samuel Marti et. Cie., Paris, 1890-1899 Lyre form, suspended from a ribbon-tied mount and headed by a pair of eagles, the white enamel dial unsigned; the movement stamped with Samuel

Lot: 500 - An Austrian Neoclassical giltwood cartel clock,

An Austrian Neoclassical giltwood cartel clock Joseph Strisener, Vienna, late 18th century Of typical architectural form with floral festoons, the white enamel dial signed "Joseph Strisener in Wien" and with additional hand showing the day of

Lot: 501 - A Directoire giltwood clock-barometer, circa 1800

A Directoire giltwood clock-barometer circa 1800 Apparently unsigned, the clock in the form of a fluted column supporting an urn, with clock barometer below, flanked by mirrored slips with composition festoons, with eight day movement and

Lot: 502 - A Directoire style ormolu-mounted marble portico

A Directoire style ormolu-mounted marble portico mantel clock Nicod, Paris, 19th century In black marble with ormolu mounts, the white enamel dial signed "Nicod/Rue du Bac No. 40," the movement with hourly and half hour strike, original silk

Lot: 503 - A Directoire style ormolu mounted white marble

A Directoire style ormolu mounted white marble portico clock Ferey au Havre, 19th century The marble portico with applied friezes in the Directoire style, the enamel dial signed "Ferey au Havre," the movement with hourly strike and original

Lot: 504 - An Empire style giltmetal mounted ebonized portico

An Empire style giltmetal mounted ebonized portico clock 19th century Of typical form with applied Empire style giltmetal mounts; the movement with hourly and half hour strike and spring suspension, apparently unsigned. H: 19 1/2 in.

Lot: 505 - An Empire gilt-bronze mounted mahogany portico

An Empire gilt-bronze mounted mahogany portico clock circa 1815 The moulded rectangular top applied with acanthus and a rosette, supported by four columns with engine-turned capitals and bases above a white enamel face with Roman numerals

Lot: 506 - An Empire gilt and patinated bronze mantel clock

An Empire gilt and patinated bronze mantel clock with a bust of Napoleon Cleret, Paris, circa 1810-1815 The case in the form of a stele bearing a shield-form dial supported by crossed Napoleonic standards, the whole surmounted with a bust of

Lot: 507 - A Charles X ormolu figural mantel clock, Gigault

A Charles X ormolu figural mantel clock Gigault à Nantes, circa 1820 The case depicting Louis XIV in armor gesturing to a helmet of war, the dial signed "Gigault à Nantes," the face and base with a frieze depicting olive branches

Lot: 508 - A Charles X ormolu figural mantel clock, Le Roy

A Charles X ormolu figural mantel clock Le Roy Horloger du Roi, circa 1820 The case depicting Psyche at her toilette, seated upon an Empire tabouret with attributes of love, the face signed "Le Roy H*ger du Roi," the front of the clock cast

Lot: 509 - A late Restauration ormolu figural mantel clock,

A late Restauration ormolu figural mantel clock 19th century Depicting Euterpe, muse of the musical arts with lyre, guitar, and wreaths; hourly strike and original silk suspension, bell replaced. H: 13 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 510 - A Napoleon III porcelain-mounted gilt and enameled

A Napoleon III porcelain-mounted gilt and enameled bronze clock Japy Frères, Paris, after 1855 In the form of a globe surmounted by a putto with the attributes of love, above roiling clouds on a classical base in the Louis XVI taste

Lot: 511 - A Napoleon III enamel-mounted ormolu figural

A Napoleon III enamel-mounted ormolu figural mantel clock E. Pannard, Paris, mid 19th century In the form of an Etruscan lady reading, with musical attributes, the clock face and base mounted with black-ground Sèvres style mounts, the

Lot: 512 - A Napoleon III giltwood and ormolu garniture

A Napoleon III giltwood and ormolu garniture clock Richond à Paris, third quarter 19th century The white enamel dial signed "Richond Fnt." and "Blvd Montmartre 11/Paris" with blue Roman numerals and finely cast hands, with original

Lot: 513 - A South American wall clock en pendule, Guinand

A South American wall clock en pendule Guinand à Caracas, late 19th century In the manner of 17th century English lantern clocks, the exposed works above a bracket, the white enamel dial signed "Guinand à Caracas." H: 15 in.

Lot: 516 - An unusual Directoire brass and steel pendule

An unusual Directoire brass and steel pendule squelette apparently unsigned, first quarter 19th century The three enamel dials displaying hours, minutes, and seconds; with Roman numerals on hour chapter ring, and Arabic numerals for minutes

Lot: 517 - A Belgian brass, black marble and ormolu-mounted

A Belgian brass, black marble and ormolu-mounted double pillar striking skeleton table regulator Sarton à Liege, circa 1820 The white enamel dial signed "Sarton/à Liege" and with sweep second hand, the eight day movement with

Lot: 518 - WILLIAM BAPTISTE BAIRD, (AMERICAN 1847-1899),

WILLIAM BAPTISTE BAIRD (american 1847-1899) GEORGE LUCAS AT HIS PIER, BOISSISE-LA-BERTRAND Signed 'Baird', bottom left Oil on panel 9 3/8 x 12 3/4 inches (another WAG sticker on verso) provenance: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 519 - A pair of Continental silver Louis XV style double

A pair of Continental silver Louis XV style double shell-form salts maker's mark GP, Hanau, 19th century After the model by Juste-Aurèle Meissonier (French, 1695-1750), each in the form of two hinged shells with gilt-washed interiors set

Lot: 520 - A fine French silver and silver-gilt pitcher in

A fine French silver and silver-gilt pitcher in the Louis XV taste Frédéric Boucheron, Paris, last quarter 19th century The baluster body very finely cast and etched with pastoral scenes of frères jouant beneath undulant spout

Lot: 521 - A Louis XV style giltwood bench, 19th century

A Louis XV style giltwood bench 19th century With upholstered side rails above a shaped upholstered seat, with moulded cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet. H: 26 , W: 28 1/2, D: 17 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family

Lot: 522 - Two French mounted giltmetal putti, late 19th

Two French mounted giltmetal putti late 19th century With the attributes of music and art, together with two oval medallions, each depicting a winged putto with the attributes of Cupid. (4). H: 11 in. (panels) PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 523 - A pair of gilt-bronze busts of King Louis XVI and

A pair of gilt-bronze busts of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette late 19th century H: 10 1/4 in. (tallest) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed

Lot: 524 - Two bronze figural groups in the manner of Claude

Two bronze figural groups in the manner of Claude Michel Clodion (French, 1738–1814) mid 19th century Each depicting a putto and young satyr, one with bacchic attributes, the other with attributes of fishing. (2). H: 9 in.

Lot: 525 - A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu-mounted white

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu-mounted white marble cassolettes 19th century The ovoid bodies with reversible covers suspended from three caryatid monopodia mounted to beaded and fluted band, raised on circular base. (2). H: 9 in.

Lot: 526 - A pair of Louis XVI style gilt-bronze mounted

A pair of Louis XVI style gilt-bronze mounted Serpentine marble cassolettes late 19th century The ovoid bodies with reversible covers suspended from three ram monopodia mounted to entrelac band, raised on circular base on three toupie feet.

Lot: 527 - A pair of Louis XVI ormolu-mounted celadon vases,

A pair of Louis XVI ormolu-mounted celadon vases last quarter 18th century Each mounted with naturalistically modeled branch-form ormolu handles in the manner of Jean-Jacques Caffieri (French, 1725-1792), the ovoid celadon craquelure glazed

Lot: 528 - A Louis XVI style string inlaid mahogany

A Louis XVI style string inlaid mahogany cabinet-bureau circa 1870 The demi-lune top surmounted by a galleried mirrored surface above a mirrored cabinet door enclosing shelves over a single frieze drawer; the rectangular desk above three

Lot: 529 - A Louis XVI diminutive grey painted canapé,

A Louis XVI diminutive grey painted canapé circa 1780 Rectangular, the straight back and sides with moulded frame, upholstered in pink and green madras. H: 26, W: 35, D: 16 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 530 - A pair of Louis XVI style mahogany lyre-back

A pair of Louis XVI style mahogany lyre-back fauteuils 19th century In the manner of Georges Jacob (French, 1739-1814). (2). H: 37, W: 21 1/2, D: 19 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Likely acquired by

Lot: 531 - A Louis XVI style giltwood salon suite, possibly

A Louis XVI style giltwood salon suite possibly American, late 19th century Comprising a settee and two side chairs, with unusual pierced medallion backrests and upholstered in rose crevette silk. (3). H: 37 1/2, W: 44, D: 24 in.

Lot: 532 - A pair of Louis XVI style brass-mounted mahogany

A pair of Louis XVI style brass-mounted mahogany serpentine étagères-encoignures 19th century The triangular Carrara marble tops with brass gallery above frieze drawer above two shelves. (2). H: 35, W: 27, D: 18 in.

Lot: 533 - A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu two-light wall

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu two-light wall sconces late 19th century Each with a female figure supporting two scrolling foliate candlearms; electrified. (2). H: 14 in. (ea.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 534 - Four Louis XVI style gilt-brass two-light wall

Four Louis XVI style gilt-brass two-light wall sconces possibly Vian, 19th century With tassel-form standards issuing two hunting horn candlearms swagged with oak leaves. (4). H: 23 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family

Lot: 535 - A Directoire mahogany chiffonier, circa 1800

A Directoire mahogany chiffonier circa 1800 With gris Sainte-Anne marble top above six drawers flanked by fluted columns, raised on toupie feet. H: 49, W: 27, D: 13 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 536 - A Directoire mahogany five-drawer commode, circa

A Directoire mahogany five-drawer commode circa 1800 H: 35 3/4, W: 38, D: 17 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Likely acquired by George Lucas in Paris between 1857-1909 Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 537 - A Directoire style mahogany demilune

A Directoire style mahogany demilune cabinet-commode late 19th century With demilune gris Sainte-Anne marble top above three drawers flanked by cabinets, raised on tapering feet. H: 35, W: 41, D: 18 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 538 - A Directoire style ormolu-mounted mahogany

A Directoire style ormolu-mounted mahogany demilune console dessert late 19th century The demilune gris Sainte-Anne marble top with rass gallery over frieze drawer, raised on four fluted legs united by demilune lower shelf. H: 35, W: 32

Lot: 539 - A suite of Directoire style mahogany chairs, 19th

A suite of Directoire style mahogany chairs 19th Century After the models by François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770-1841), comprising three fauteuils and a bergère. (4). H: 37 1/2, W: 23, D: 19 in.

Lot: 540 - A pair of Empire Revival gilt-bronze mounted

A pair of Empire Revival gilt-bronze mounted mahogany side tables late 19th century Each with rectangular serpentine marble top and gilt-bronze foliate-cast banded edge above frieze of classical scenes in hammered metal, raised on square

Lot: 541 - An Empire style ormolu-mounted mahogany

An Empire style ormolu-mounted mahogany collector's cabinet 19th century Likely after the model by François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770-1841), the rectangular top supported by two caryatid pilasters flanking a

Lot: 542 - A pair of Napoleon III style upholstered slipper

A pair of Napoleon III style upholstered slipper chairs second half 19th century H: 31, W: 21, D: 24 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha

Lot: 543 - A Restauration ormolu campana-form urn on stand,

A Restauration ormolu campana-form urn on stand 19th century In the manner of Pierre-Philippe Thomire (French, 1751–1843), with leaftip-cast rim and fruiting grape and grape-leaf ornament above a frieze of dancing maidens, with

Lot: 544 - An unusual Orientalist style

An unusual Orientalist style pâte-sur-pâte lamp-form vase possibly Marc-Louis-Emmanuel Solon (French, 1835-1913), circa 1860-70 Retailed by Eugène Rousseau, painted to underside "Rousseau/rue Coquilliere/41" and with partial

Lot: 545 - Two Late Period Egyptian faience ushabtis,

Two Late Period Egyptian faience ushabtis L: 4 1/8 in. (ea.) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the manager of Lucas Brothers, Jesse G.

Lot: 546 - A Continental glazed earthenware figure of a

A Continental glazed earthenware figure of a laborer late 19th/early 20th century Apparently unsigned. H: 17 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943)

Lot: 547 - A Dutch 2nd standard silver box in the form of an

A Dutch 2nd standard silver box in the form of an ibis fighting a serpent unknown maker's mark, 19th century With glass inset eyes and hinged at the shoulder to reveal interior compartment; stamped to shoulder with hexagonal lion passant,

Lot: 548 - A group of Continental silver judaica objects,

A group of Continental silver judaica objects unmarked, 19th century Comprising a pineapple-form spice tower, a house-form spice tower with a mark "B" and an additional rubbed mark, and a three-light table oil lamp. (3). H: 11 1/2 in.

Lot: 549 - An American sterling silver part tea service,

An American sterling silver part tea service Gorham Mfg. Co, Providence, RI, 20th century Comprising a creamer and sugar; sold together with an Irish sterling silver beaker retailed by Bailey & Co., Philadelphia. (3). H: 3 1/2 in.

Lot: 550 - Three French silver-plated covered vegetable

Three French silver-plated covered vegetable dishes various makers, Paris, 19th century Comprising a footed dish, Christofle, Paris, 1844-1862, and two additional covered dishes by unknown makers, likely French. (3). H: 6, L: 10 in.

Lot: 551 - A pair Christofle silver-plated covered dishes,

A pair Christofle silver-plated covered dishes 1862-1935 Circular with shell-form handles, the covers with gadrooned edge and circular knop; each dish and cover monogrammed "WL" for William Fielding Lucas, Jr. (2). H: 4 1/2, Dia: 6 1/2

Lot: 552 - An American sterling silver gentleman's

An American sterling silver gentleman's seven-piece dressing set A. Jacobi, Baltimore, MD, late 19th/early 20th century Comprising two straight razors, a circular mirror, a shoe horn, a button hook, a coaster, and a dentifrice phial, all with

Lot: 553 - A seven piece gentlemen's 14k gold dressing set,

A seven piece gentlemen's 14k gold dressing set retailed by Hennington, Bates Co., Baltimore, early 20th century Comprising a gold-mounted clothes brush, a pair of gold-mounted military hairbrushes, and a gold-mounted tortoiseshell comb,

Lot: 554 - A Royal Vienna style parcel-gilt and hand-painted

A Royal Vienna style parcel-gilt and hand-painted porcelain covered urn on pedestal signed C. Forster, late 19th century With maroon ground, with reserve to recto depicting Alexander the Great and Campaspe in the Studio of Apelles and to

Lot: 555 - A Sèvres gilt-bronze mounted flambé vase

A Sèvres gilt-bronze mounted flambé vase on stand late 19th century Of baluster form with celadon and oxblood craquelure flambé glaze, raised on gilt-bronze chinoiserie stand with three elephant-form feet; the underside

Lot: 556 - A French Mamluk style enameled glass vase,

A French Mamluk style enameled glass vase Brocard, 1870 Compressed baluster form with flared rim, the body decorated with parcel-gilt blue enamel arabesques; the lip, waist, and foot with red and white parcel-gilt strapwork bands; signed and

Lot: 557 - A French Mamluk style gilt and enameled glass

A French Mamluk style gilt and enameled glass mosque lamp second half 19th century The compressed conical body with exaggerated flared rim, the neck enameled with Thuluth script calligraphy above a double parcel-gilt foliate band, the body

Lot: 558 - An ormolu-mounted Baccarat style crystal vase,

An ormolu-mounted Baccarat style crystal vase circa 1900 With diagonally lobed and fluted body with ormolu mounts in the Louis XVI taste; now drilled and electrified as a lamp. H: 20 in. (vase) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family

Lot: 559 - A pair of Royal Copenhagen porcelain jars, circa

A pair of Royal Copenhagen porcelain jars circa 1870-1890 Of rounded form with flared lip and foot, each decorated with carp and waterlilies on a stippled blue-glazed ground; the bases with underglaze three wave mark, number "1054.", and

Lot: 560 - A Helena Wolfsohn painted porcelain covered urn,

A Helena Wolfsohn painted porcelain covered urn circa 1870-80 With alternating green and white reserves segmented by parcel-gilt scrollwork, the green reserves decorated with floral sprays and the white reserves painted with scenes of

Lot: 561 - A French Art Deco pâte de verre vase, first

A French Art Deco pâte de verre vase first quarter 20th century In the style of François-Emile Décorchemont (French, 1880-1971); unmarked but possibly an early student work by Décorchemont dating to before 1909. H: 8

Lot: 562 - ATTRIBUTED TO LÉON JOSEPH BILLOTTE, (FRENCH

ATTRIBUTED TO LÉON JOSEPH BILLOTTE (french 1815-1886) PORTRAIT OF GEORGE LUCAS Oil on panel 8 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by

Lot: 563 - After Andrea del Verrocchio (Italian, 1435-1488),

After Andrea del Verrocchio (Italian, 1435-1488) Bartolomeo Colleoni, 19th century Bronze, green-brown patina, raised on rectangular rouge marble and black slate base. H: 17 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 564 - Two bronze classical busts after the antique, 19th

Two bronze classical busts after the antique 19th century Each with black patina and raised on cylindrical marble stands. (2). H: 9 3/4 in. (taller) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 565 - A bronze portrait bust of Lord Byron, 19th century

A bronze portrait bust of Lord Byron 19th century Possibly a Barbedienne reduction; plaster filled. H: 9 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed

Lot: 566 - After Jean-Jacques Caffeieri (1725-1792), bust of

After Jean-Jacques Caffeieri (1725-1792) bust of Pierre Corneille, 19th century After the model for the Comedie Francaise; bronze, brown patina, raised on marble base. H: 12 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 567 - After Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828),

After Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828) Diana Chasseresse, 19th century Bronze, rich brown patina, signed in cast "Houdon." H: 24 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 568 - After Jean-Alexandre Joseph Falguière

After Jean-Alexandre Joseph Falguière (French, 1831-1900) Diana Chasseresse, 19th century After the model by Étienne Maurice Falconet (French, 1716-1791), bronze, rich brown patina, signed in cast "A. Falguière." H: 18 1/2

Lot: 569 - After Alfred Émilien O'Hara van Nieuwerkerke

After Alfred Émilien O'Hara van Nieuwerkerke (French, 1811-1892) Napoleon, 19th century Bronze, gilt patina, raised on verde antico marble base mounted with gilt-bronze fruiting garlands. H: 14 1/4, L: 9 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 570 - A gilt-bronze figure of Atlas after the antique,

A gilt-bronze figure of Atlas after the antique late 19th/early 20th century With evidence of fittings originally for a lamp, now holding a piece of shot, possibly a World War II relic, inscribed to underside of base, "au petit Dunkerque."

Lot: 571 - After Hugo Elmqvist (Swedish, 1862-1930), Boy with

After Hugo Elmqvist (Swedish, 1862-1930) Boy with Octopus, late 19th/early 20th century Bronze, black patina, signed in cast "Hugo Elmqvist" to base. H: 8 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 572 - After Auguste Nicolas Caïn (French,

After Auguste Nicolas Caïn (French, 1822-1894) Bear with a Woven Rush Basket, 19th century Bronze, dark brown patina, the basket with attached label reading "CAIN." H: 7 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 573 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1875),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1875) Deux Chiens, 19th century Bronze, red-brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne." H: 6 3/4, L: 9 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 574 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Poule avec des Poussins, 20th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne" on the base, and with "Foundry B. Zoppo N.Y." foundry stamp. H: 4, L: 5 1/2 in.

Lot: 575 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Dog in Pursuit, 19th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne." H: 4 1/2, L: 12 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 576 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Chien Braque Seul, 19th century Bronze, gold brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne." H: 8, L: 12 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 577 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1875),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1875) Chiens se Battant pour le Poisson, 19th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne." H: 4 1/2, L: 11 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 578 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Bouc et Chèvre, 19th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne." H: 9 3/4, L: 9 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence

Lot: 579 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Chasse au Lapin, 1880 Bronze, brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne" on base. H: 8, L: 15 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 580 - After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879),

After Pierre-Jules Mêne (French, 1810-1879) Vache et son Veau, 19th century Bronze, rubbed brown patina, signed in cast "P.J. Mêne" and raised on octagonal marble base. H: 9, L: 14 5/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas

Lot: 581 - After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824-1910),

After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824-1910) Satyr Alimenter Deux Oursons, late 19th/early 20th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "E. Frémiet" and sold with oval wood stand. H: 6 1/2, L: 13 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 582 - After Earnest Dame (French, 1845-1920), Bacchus,

After Earnest Dame (French, 1845-1920) Bacchus, 19th century Bronze, warm brown patina, signed in in cast "E. Dame." H: 15 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943)

Lot: 583 - A bronze portrait bust of a girl, French,

A bronze portrait bust of a girl French, 19th/20th century Bronze, black patina, with illegible artist's signature at rear shoulder, the base with foundry pastille mark of C. Valsuani Cire Perdue. H: 12 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 584 - After Eugène Gonon (French, 1814-1892), Un

After Eugène Gonon (French, 1814-1892) Un Merle Était, 1855 Bronze, red-brown patina, signed and dated in cast "E. Gonon/1855." H: 4 1/2, L: 8 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 585 - After Joseph-François-Victor Chemin (French,

After Joseph-François-Victor Chemin (French, 1825-1901) Chien Jouant avec un Tortue, 19th century Bronze, brown patina, signed in cast "Chemin." H: 4 3/8, L: 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 586 - After Isidore Jules Bonheur (French, 1827-1901),

After Isidore Jules Bonheur (French, 1827-1901) Vache, 19th century Bronze, gold patina, signed in cast "I. BONHEUR." H: 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 587 - After Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899), Taureau

After Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899) Taureau Couché, 19th century Bronze, red-brown patina, signed in cast "Rosa B." H: 6 1/2, L: 11 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 588 - After Ferdinand Pautrot (French, 1832-1874), Paire

After Ferdinand Pautrot (French, 1832-1874) Paire de Perdrix, 19th century Bronze, gold patina, signed in cast "Pautrot." (2). H: 10 1/4, L: 7 1/2 in. (largest) PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by

Lot: 589 - After Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894), Faisan

After Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894) Faisan Regardant un Lézard, 19th century Bronze, red-brown patina, signed in cast "J Moigniez." H: 5 1/4, L: 6 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence

Lot: 590 - A gilt-bronze figural group of Venus and Cupid in

A gilt-bronze figural group of Venus and Cupid in the manner of Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) 19th century Apparently unsigned. H: 7 3/4, L: 10 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore

Lot: 591 - After Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828-1894), Chien

After Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828-1894) Chien avec le Gibier, 19th century Bronze, gold-brown patina, signed in cast "A Dubucand." H: 5, L: 9 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 592 - Two bronzes after Eugene Alexandrovich Lansere

Two bronzes after Eugene Alexandrovich Lansere (Russian, 1875-1946) 19th century The first, of a galloping cossack signed in cast "Lansere" in cyrillic on base and with foundry mark of F. Shopen, the second of a peasant looking attentively at

Lot: 593 - After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824-1910),

After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824-1910) Chat Assise, 19th century Painted plaster, signed in cast "Frémiet." H: 4, L: 8 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 594 - After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824 -1910),

After Emmanuel Frémiet (French, 1824 -1910) Saint-Michel et le Dragon, circa 1895 Gilt-bronze on a rouge griotte marble base, depicting the saint with his sword borne aloft in his right hand and with shield in his left, standing above

Lot: 595 - A carved wood figure of a Brittany woman, 19th

A carved wood figure of a Brittany woman 19th century Apparently unsigned. H: 12 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943) Bequeathed by Bertha Lucas to the

Lot: 596 - After Samuel Herbert Adams (American, 1858-1945),

After Samuel Herbert Adams (American, 1858-1945) Meditation, circa 1905 With dark rubbed patina, the bronze signed in cast, "H. Adams 131 West 11th St. NY," and with painted number "48," the base applied with calling card reading: "Herbert

Lot: 597 - ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE-ÉMILE PLASSAN, (FRENCH

ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE-ÉMILE PLASSAN (french 1817-1903) PORTRAIT OF GEORGE LUCAS Inscribed and dated 1866 on label verso Oil on panel 4 x 3 1/16 inches provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore Thence by descent to

Lot: 598 - A mounted bronze art medallion, Victor David

A mounted bronze art medallion Victor David Brenner (Litvak-American, 1871–1924), 1900 Depicting a lady in profile at the piano mounted on an ebonized oak panel and signed in cast lower right "V.D. Brenner 1900;" with label on verso

Lot: 599 - Two commemorative bronze medals for the Grolier

Two commemorative bronze medals for the Grolier Club depicting Nathaniel Hawthorne and James Russell Lowell 1892 and 1895 Comprising "Nathaniel Hawthorne" by Jean Ringel d'Illizach (French, 1847-1916), signed and dated in cast

Lot: 600 - Four mounted bronze medallions commemorating

Four mounted bronze medallions commemorating institutions various artists and dates Comprising "Pour La Science, Pour la Patrie" commemorating the École française d'Athènes, signed in cast "O. Royy" and dated "1898"; "Issued by

Lot: 601 - Four mounted bronze medallions of the arts and

Four mounted bronze medallions of the arts and artists various artists and dates Comprising a silvered bronze medal, "George Aloysius Lucas," signed and date in cast "V.D. Brenner, Paris, '99"; a bronze medal, "Hercules with Nemean Lion,"

Lot: 602 - Five mounted bronze medallions with patriotic

Five mounted bronze medallions with patriotic themes various artists and dates Comprising three Indian "Peace and Friendship" medals, one of Washington 1798, one of John Adams 1797, and one of James Madison 1809 (recasts); two Revolutionary

Lot: 603 - Six mounted bronze medallions relating to the arts

Six mounted bronze medallions relating to the arts and letters various artists and dates Comprising "Carl Schurtz" with artists cypher for V.D. Brenner and dated 1907; "Michel Chevreul Membre de l'Académie des sciences," signed in cast

Lot: 604 - A mounted silvered-bronze bas-relief medallion of

A mounted silvered-bronze bas-relief medallion of Mme. Ernest Raynaud Victor David Brenner (Litvak-American, 1871–1924), 1901 Depicting Mme. Rayonaud in dexter profile within a beaded border, signed in cast "signed "V.D. BRENNER 1901,"

Lot: 605 - A mounted gilt-bronze bas relief plaque of Samuel

A mounted gilt-bronze bas relief plaque of Samuel Putnam Avery Victor David Brenner (Litvak-American, 1871–1924), circa 1900 Depicting Avery in sinister profile, titled and signed in cast "SAMUEL PUTNAM AVERY MA/VICTOR DAVID BRENNER

Lot: 606 - A pair of mounted gilt bronze medallions in the

A pair of mounted gilt bronze medallions in the Chinese taste Victor David Brenner (Litvak-American, 1871–1924), 1900 The first depicting a guanyin, signed "V.D.B. PARIS 1900;" the second a landscape with peonies and prunus, signed

Lot: 607 - Two silvered bronze medallions of George A. Lucas,

Two silvered bronze medallions of George A. Lucas Victor David Brenner (Litvak-American, 1871–1924), 1898 Depicting George Aloysius Lucas in profile, in two sizes; signed in cast "V.D. BRENNER, PARIS '98". (2). Dia: 5 5/8 in.

Lot: 608 - HUGUES MERLE, (FRENCH 1823-1881), THE SCARLET

HUGUES MERLE (french 1823-1881) THE SCARLET LETTER Signed with conjoined initials 'HM' center right; also inscribed on verso, oil on panel 9 5/8 x 7 3/8 in. (24.4 x 18.7cm) provenance: Collection of The Lucas family Collections,

Lot: 609 - LOUIS JOSEPH RAPHAËL COLLIN, (FRENCH

LOUIS JOSEPH RAPHAËL COLLIN (french 1850-1916) VASE OF FLOWERS; AND A COMPANION Signed 'R.Collin' bottom right, oil on panel 34 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. (87.6 x 34.3cm) (2) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland.

Lot: 610 - ALBERT SMETS, (BELGIAN 19TH CENTURY), SHEEP

ALBERT SMETS (belgian 19th century) SHEEP Signed 'A. Smets' bottom right, oil on panel 16 1/2 x 10 7/8 in. (41.9 x 27.6cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943).

Lot: 611 - DUTCH SCHOOL, 18TH-19TH CENTURY, TRAVELLERS IN A

DUTCH SCHOOL 18th-19th century TRAVELLERS IN A LANDSCAPE Oil on canvas laid to panel Tondo 7 7/16 x 7 5/8 in. (18.9 x 19.4cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 612 - GEORGE HENRY HALL, (AMERICAN 1825-1913), BURNS

GEORGE HENRY HALL (american 1825-1913) BURNS Signed 'Hall' bottom right, oil on board 10 7/16 x 7 1/4 in. (26.5 x 18.4cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943).

Lot: 613 - LEO HERMANN, (FRENCH 1853-1927), SEATED CARDINAL

LEO HERMANN (french 1853-1927) SEATED CARDINAL BY THE FIREPLACE Signed 'Leo Hermann P**' bottom right, oil on panel 13 5/8 x 10 3/8 in. (34.6 x 26.4cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 614 - JOHN CLINTON OGILVIE, (AMERICAN 1838-1900), COWS

JOHN CLINTON OGILVIE (american 1838-1900) COWS IN A MEADOW NEAR MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY Signed and dated 'Clinton Ogilvie 1873' bottom right, oil on canvas 6 x 10 in. (15.2 x 25.4cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore,

Lot: 615 - O. LORCH, (19TH CENTURY), WOMAN KNITTING

O. LORCH (19th century) WOMAN KNITTING Signed 'Lorch' bottom center right, oil on panel 9 1/2 x 7 in. (24.1 x 17.8cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943).

Lot: 616 - EUGÈNE CICERI, (FRENCH 1813-1890), FIGURES IN

EUGÈNE CICERI (french 1813-1890) FIGURES IN A WOODED LANDSCAPE Signed and dated 'Eug. ciceri 78' bottom left, oil on panel 12 x 18 3/4 in. (30.5 x 47.6cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by

Lot: 617 - GUILLAUME SEIGNAC, (FRENCH 1870-1927), CHILDREN IN

GUILLAUME SEIGNAC (french 1870-1927) CHILDREN IN AN INTERIOR Signed 'Seignac' bottom left, oil on canvas 16 1/8 x 13 in. (41 x 33cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas

Lot: 618 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 17TH-18TH CENTURY, MILITARY

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 17th-18th century MILITARY SKIRMISH; AND A COMPANION Oil on canvas 8 7/8 x 28 1/8 in. (22.5 x 71.4cm) (2) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 619 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH-20TH CENTURY, ELEGANT

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th-20th century ELEGANT FIGURES IN A PARK Signed illegibly bottom left, oil on panel 6 1/8 x 8 3/8 in. (15.6 x 21.3cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 620 - ADOLPHE-RENÉ LEFEVRE, (FRENCH 1834-1868), THE

ADOLPHE-RENÉ LEFEVRE (french 1834-1868) THE TOAST Signed and dated 'Ad. R. Lefevre 188*' bottom right, oil on panel 8 x 10 1/2 in. (20.3 x 26.7cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to

Lot: 621 - ÉMILE ETIENNE ESBENS, (FRENCH B. 1821), A

ÉMILE ETIENNE ESBENS (french b. 1821) A LADY IN NATURE Signed 'Esbens' bottom left, oil on canvas 30 x 21 1/2 in. (76.2 x 54.6cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas

Lot: 622 - FRANÇOIS ADOLPHE GRISON, (FRENCH 1845-1914),

FRANÇOIS ADOLPHE GRISON (french 1845-1914) ICE SKATER Signed 'Grison' bottom right, also inscribed on verso, oil on panel 24 x 13 3/4 in. (61 x 34.9cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by

Lot: 623 - LEÓN ESCOSURA, (SPANISH 1834-1901), THE PET

LEÓN ESCOSURA (spanish 1834-1901) THE PET SKYE Signed and dated 'Leon Escosura 1873' bottom left, oil on panel 9 x 7 3/4 in. (22.9 x 19.7cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to

Lot: 624 - AGATHON LÉONARD, (FRENCH 1841-1923), LA

AGATHON LÉONARD (french 1841-1923) LA DANSEUSE À LA COTHURNE ET LA DANSEUSE TAMBOURIN À GAUCHE - SKETCH Watercolor and gouache on paper laid down to cardboard 5 1/4 x 6 7/8 in. (13.3 x 17.5cm) Unframed. provenance: The

Lot: 625 - ATTRIBUTED TO BLAISE ALEXANDRE DESGOFFE, (FRENCH

ATTRIBUTED TO BLAISE ALEXANDRE DESGOFFE (french 1830-1901) BRIC-À-BRAC Oil on canvas 10 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (26.7 x 21cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943).

Lot: 626 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), NUDE

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) NUDE BY THE SEASHORE Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom right, oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 627 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), MIXED

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) MIXED FLOWERS IN A VASE Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom right, oil on canvas 20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.6cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 628 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), FLORAL

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) FLORAL STILL LIFE WITH GREEN VASE; AND A COMPANION Signed with initials 'E.L.B.' bottom left, watercolor on paper 21 1/4 x 17 1/4 in. (54 x 43.8cm) (2) provenance: David Bendann, Baltimore,

Lot: 629 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945),

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) CHRYSANTHEMUMS Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom left, oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas

Lot: 630 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), FLORAL

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) FLORAL STILL LIFE Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom left, oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas

Lot: 631 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), DRUID

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) DRUID HILL PARK Oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 36 in. (76.8 x 91.4cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died 1943). Bequeathed by

Lot: 632 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), BY THE

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) BY THE LAKE Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom left, oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 633 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1964-1945),

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1964-1945) LANDSCAPE WITH ROLLING HILLS Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom right, oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to

Lot: 634 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945),

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) HOLLYHOCKS Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom right, oil on canvas laid down to board 32 x 23 in. (81.3 x 58.4cm) provenance: Howard C. Alley & John D. Trask, Inc., New York, New York. The Lucas

Lot: 635 - EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT, (AMERICAN 1864-1945), NUDES

EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (american 1864-1945) NUDES BY WATER'S EDGE Signed 'E.L. Bryant' bottom right, oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 636 - ELIHU VEDDER, (AMERICAN 1836-1923), A STRANGE

ELIHU VEDDER (american 1836-1923) A STRANGE STORY Signed with initial 'V' bottom right, oil on canvas 10 x 8 in. (25.4 x 20.3cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha Lucas (died

Lot: 637 - B. KAUFMAN, (AMERICAN 19TH-20TH CENTURY), VENETIAN

B. KAUFMAN (american 19th-20th century) VENETIAN VIEW Signed with conjoined initials 'BK' bottom right; also signed, dedicated and dated '1902' on stretcher verso, oil on canvas 7 1/2 x 9 in. (19.1 x 22.9cm) provenance: The Lucas family

Lot: 638 - J. CARRELL LUCAS, (AMERICAN 1854-1928), FIGURE IN

J. CARRELL LUCAS (american 1854-1928) FIGURE IN A LANDSCAPE Signed 'Lucas' bottom left, watercolor on paper 19 7/8 x 28 7/8 in. (50.5 x 73.3cm) provenance: The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence by descent to Bertha

Lot: 639 - J. CARRELL LUCAS, (AMERICAN 1854-1928), COASTAL

J. CARRELL LUCAS (american 1854-1928) COASTAL SCENE Signed 'Lucas' bottom left, watercolor on paper 20 x 29 in. (50.8 x 73.7cm) provenance: David Bendann, Baltimore, Maryland. The Lucas family Collections, Baltimore, Maryland. Thence




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