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Auctioneer Schwenke Auctioneers 203-266-0323
Auction Date Aug 28 Auction
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710 Main Street South
Middle Quarter Plaza
Woodbury, CT
Time 06:00PM
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**Schwenke Auctioneers**
***August Fine Estates Auction***
**Wednesday, August 28th, 6:00PM**
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Our August Fine Estate Auction is an eclectic sale of over 400 lots featuring outsider art from three private Connecticut collections; outsider art and tribal arts from a Massachusetts collector; select Asian and Chinese decorative arts from a Woodbury estate and a New York collector; fine art from the estate of Tonia Hampson, Southbury CT; American and Asian decorative arts from the estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT; American formal and country furniture from a Southport CT collector; Continental decorative arts from an East 69th Street NYC collector; American county furniture from a Guilford, CT estate; contemporary fine art from a Stockbridge, Massachusetts collector; and Native American decorative arts from a Madison CT estate. Over 30 estates and consignors are represented in this late summer sale.

This auction is a live online sale with in-house absentee and phone bidding, absentee pre-sale bidding on our Hibid platform, and absentee and live bidding on Live Auctioneers and Invaluable. The auction begins at  6:00 pm on Wednesday, August 28th. 

Preview times are Friday, August 23rd from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm; Sunday, August 25th from 11:00am to 4:00 pm; Monday and Tuesday, August 26th and 27th  from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm; and auction day from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Preview is available at other times by appointment. The gallery will be closed at 2:00 pm on auction day.

 
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with colorful rendition of Asian scene, 14" diameter. Minor glaze chips, some firing irregularities around rim, a couple chips to base rim. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 2 - Pair Chinese Light Green Glass Vases/Stands

likely Chen Dynasty. 4 3/4" high, 4 1/2" diameter. Glued to stands, one with crack encircling lower part of body, one stand with foot loss and old repairs.

Lot: 3 - Group Five Millefiore Glass Paperweights

varying sizes and designs, one with label "Italy" and some with tags/notes, largest 4 3/4" high, 3 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 4 - Three Native American Silver Bracelets

comprising a thin cuff with engraving, a heavy cuff inlaid with stone and bone, the bone scrimshawed with walrus figures, marked "sterling"; and a silver and turquoise linked bracelet, marked indistinctly in sunburst

Lot: 5 - Pair B/W Delft Lidded Garniture Jars

with floral motif, 14" high. Edge chips and several minor losses. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 6 - Turned Bone Patch Box "Trifle From New York"

round, turned two part box with threaded lid centering Bilston enamel mount, inscription "Trifle From New York". 1 1/8" diameter. Slight staining, threads work tight. Provenance: Property of a New York Collector.

Lot: 7 - Robert C. Carlin, "Yamamoto's Betty Shot Down" W/P

(American, 1925-2000), framed together with a personal note to Bob Gallagher and a piece of the insignia from the top right wing of his plane. Frame size: 31" high, 38" wide. Not examined out of frame.

Lot: 8 - "Globe" Oak Barrister Bookcase/Letter Cabinet

in five parts, stacking design with both filing and letter compartments, two sliding glass doors at top. 66" high, 41 1/2" wide, 14" deep. Some age and use wear. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 9 - Carved Wood & Cork Canada Goose Decoy

possibly Raynor family, Hampton Bays, Long Island. 14" high, 25" long, 11" deep.

Lot: 10 - Italian School Capriccio Scene O/C

Harbor scene with king, attendants and townsfolk, unsigned. Frame: 34" high, 46" wide. Relined and restored, craquelure and small edge losses

Lot: 11 - Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Vase

6 3/4" high, 3 1/2" wide. Small rim repair.

Lot: 12 - Pair Elaborate Zinc/Copper Garden Urns

of classical form, with winged putti handles and garland decoration, heavily patinated. 28" high, 24" wide, 17" deep. Light rust and pitting. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 13 - Hungchong & Co. Chinese Silver Floral Relief Bowl

monogrammed. 4 1/2" high, 8 3/4" diameter. Light scratches. Weight: 23.285 OZT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, coins, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in

Lot: 14 - L.Porter Etching/Aquatint, Artist Proof

Liliana Porter (Argentina, b. 1941) "The Duchess says taste this apple". Titled, signed and dated NY(19)64 lower right. Frame size: 42" high, 24" wide. Provenance: Property of a Massachusetts Collector.

Lot: 15 - Haitian Loa Painting, Dieuseul Paul

Dieuseul Paul (Haitian, 1952-2006), Haitian painting of female. Frame size 9" high, 7" wide. Born in 1952 in Damiens, Haiti, he was a founding member of the Saint-Soleil group of artists, championed by Andre Malraux, Paul

Lot: 16 - Chinese Famille Verte Porcelain Wall Plaque

in lobed outline, with handing holes at top, depicting landscape with flora, fauna, musicians and fisherman near a lake, with mountains and buildings in background. 13" high, 19" wide.

Lot: 17 - Native American Beadwork Leather Pouch

with strap handles and varying vine designs on each side. 6 1/4" wide, 7 1/2" high. Age and use wear. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 18 - Attr. Anne Forbes, Portrait Of Lady

Attributed to Anne Forbes (Scottish 1745-1834), well executed portrait of a lady of obvious means, with a white rose in her hair. Forbes was a Scottish portrait painter, educated in Rome, who worked in London and

Lot: 19 - Native American Sculpted Blackware Pottery Jar

ovoid form with scratch decoration and upper portion of jar decorated in relief with a human face and a rattlesnake; signed on base "Orlando al Quezada". 6" high, 9" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 20 - Herbert Herget, Gouache/Paper, Aztec Sun Ritual

18" high, 26" wide. Sight size: 13" high, 21 1/4" wide.

Lot: 21 - English Sterling Lidded Entree Dish

in two pieces, bearing London hallmarks and date letter for 1821, maker mark "RS" for Richard Sibley, London, fitted together with a contemporaneous two piece old Sheffield warming dish. 9 1/2" wide, 12" long, 9 1/2"

Lot: 22 - Landscape Cottage Scene, Janvier O/M

signed "Janvier" lower right, the stretcher inscribed "Alex Simeon Janvier" (possibly Alex Janvier, Canadian, b.1935). Frame size: 13" high, 15" wide.

Lot: 23 - Sevres Porcelain "Royal China" Dinner Service

for twelve, pattern #R6L10, with gold plated rim band and verge, backs with gold seal "Royal China", comprising 12 dinner plates, 12 salad plates, 12 small bread plates, 12 small fruit bowls, 15 soup bowls 11 cups and

Lot: 24 - Navajo Rug, Possibly Germantown

in estate condition. 60" long, 45" wide. Several small holes. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 25 - Peruvian Painting of Three Musicians

by Moises (Chiri) Barrientos. Frame 27" high, 36" wide.

Lot: 26 - Two Vintage Carved Wooden Artist Models

comprising a hand and a small figure. Largest: 16" high, 16" wide, 1 1/2" deep. Surface wear, figure with broken, detached head and lower leg.

Lot: 27 - Group Four Jade/Jadeite Bowls/Stands

Largest: 3" high, 2" diameter. The pale green bowl with a few tiny irregularities to rim.

Lot: 28 - Attr. Sir Thomas Lawrence, Portrait of Young Girl

Sir Thomas Lawrence (British 1769-1830), pen and ink and gouache portrait of a young girl with engaging hand gesture, in a matted frame with label verso "E & A Milch, 108 West 57th Street, New York NY", sight size 10 1/2"

Lot: 29 - Krim Benterrack, Seascape Beach w/Dunes

in acrylic on canvas, signed lower right "Krim Benterrack - 93". Sight size 40" wide, 24 1/2" high. Benerrack was born in Marrakech, Morocco, in 1952. His interest in painting was first formed in his own Berber

Lot: 30 - Pre Columbian Spondylus Ceremonial Knife

8" high, 3" wide, 2" deep. Repair to blade at middle.

Lot: 31 - Dutch Engraved Brass Tobacco Box

engraved on lid with male and female figures, 1" high, 5 1/2" long, 3 1/4" wide, with expected age and use wear, a few, dings, possibly old repairs to several corners. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 32 - P. Jacoulet, Woodblock Print

Paul Jacoulet (Fr. 1902-1960) woodblock print La Chenille Verte Coree, pencil signed with marks lower right, framed with matting, not examined out of frame. Sight size: 15 1/2" high, 12 1/2" wide. Toning and damage to mat.

Lot: 33 - Cast Iron Bibendum Michelin Man Advertising Statue

Bibendum, commonly referred to in English as the Michelin Man or Michelin Tyre Man, is the official mascot of the Michelin tyre company. Introduced at the Lyon Exhibition of 1894 where the Michelin brothers had a

Lot: 34 - Indian Carved Pink Sandstone Figure of Dancer

holding a garland, standing on a plinth, 18" high. Losses to right hand and upper and lower garland terminals, repair to torso. Please see photographs.

Lot: 35 - W. T. Perkins O/C Tugboat "Willard Clapp"

Wendell Thompson Perkins (Am. 1928-1997) oil on canvas of tugboat Willard Clapp, signed lower left "W. Thompson Perkins", stretcher size 16" high, 24" wide, in walnut frame with gilt liner. Some damage to frame, surface

Lot: 36 - Large French Limoges Porcelain Footed Punch Bowl

in two parts, a bowl and stand, both with landscape decoration and the bowl with scene of a couple in a boat, the bowl exterior with intertwined grape clusters, both bowl and stand marked "Limoges - France". 16 1/4"

Lot: 37 - Historical Poster "Order of Red Men"

noted as "Red Man's Emblematic, Legendary and Historical Chart", framed under glass, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 29 1/2" high, 24" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 38 - Folk Art Wooden Architectural Cased Mantle Clock

housed in an American painted Victorian country home case. 32" high, 28" wide, 9" deep. Backboards replaced, expected age and use wear, movement not in workng order.

Lot: 39 - Gillet “Map Of Southern Part Of New

published 1823, uncolored as issued, depicting Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, published in Timothy Dwight's “Travels in New England and New-York”. The eighth president of Yale College, Dwight

Lot: 40 - S. Kleiwer, Bronze Sculpture, "Grand Entry"

depicting a rodeo cowgirl standing on her mount, above a banner reading "Buffalo Bill Cody Rodeo - Stampede". Signed, numbered 17/45 and dated 1998 on base. Mounted on a 2 1/2" thick wooden platform, total height 23",

Lot: 41 - Group Three Paintings Nudes

comprising "Nude, Redhead w/Stockings" O/B, unsigned; E Loy, "Seated Nude with Peach Pillow" W/P; and "Girl in Red Bikini at Beach" O/B, unsigned. Largest frame size: 18" high, 20 1/2" wide.

Lot: 42 - J. Schock, Group Six Outsider Artworks

Joseph J. F. Schock (Am. 1955-2007) group of six pen/ink (marker) artworks, framed, signed J.J.F. Schock variously, not examined out of frames. Largest frame size: 20" high, 12" wide. Schock was born in West Hartford on

Lot: 43 - Small Framed Tibetan Thangka

probably 19th century. 25 1/2" high, 15" wide. Light soiling, creases, a few tiny losses.

Lot: 44 - Geraldine Birch, O/C Portrait Of Young Girl

Geraldine Rose Birch (British 1883-1972), portrait of Tonia Hampson in European peasant dress, illustration for The Household Magazine cover page, November 1935. Signed lower left "Geraldine Birch. She was a

Lot: 45 - Chinese Porcelain Scroll Weight

the base drilled. 7 1/8" long, 2 1/4" wide.

Lot: 46 - Group Native American Themed Photos

including apparent originals and several reprints, largest 8" wide, 10" high. Personal examination recommended. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 47 - Chinese Carved Harwood Low Opium Table

with curved and pierce carved apron. 35" deep, 59" long, 13 1/4" high, together with custom fitted glass top not shown in photo. Some repairs to carved apron.

Lot: 48 - Continental Portrait of Young Gentleman O/C/B

Half length portrait, the subject finely attired, unsigned. Possibly Louis XIV as a young man. Frame. 21" high, 17" wide.

Lot: 49 - Haitian Steel Drum Cutout Art

depicting mermaid figure, signed Serge Jolimeau. Jolimeau is a Haitian metal sculptor born in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti in 1952. 48" high, 4" wide.

Lot: 50 - Gillet “Map Of Northern Part Of New

published 1823, uncolored as issued, depicting from the northern boundary of Massachusetts to show Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire, with detail of roads and settlements. Yale College is used as the

Lot: 51 - Two Gilt Framed Silhouettes

of a man and a woman. Frame size larger: 4 1/2" high, 4" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 52 - Diane Woods, W/C "Buffalo Bill's Hotel"

signed lower right "Diane Woods", 14" high, 171/2" wide. Framed under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 53 - Native American Silver/Turquoise/Bead Necklace

with silver wire wrapping a tear drop shaped turquoise pendant, total length 17". Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 54 - Group Tony Sarg Marionettes

Largest: 8" high, 5" wide, 1" deep. Surface wear, light soiling, stains, repair to one attachment at shoulder.

Lot: 55 - Period Carved Wooden Window Valance

7 1/2" high, 58 1/2" wide, 4 1/2" deep. Surface wear, break to carved spray on right, repair to corner at break; small losses.

Lot: 56 - Group Four Small Coin Silver Ladles

comprising P. Miller, Providence RI; Boynton & Woodford, Dunkirk NY; Fenno & Hale, Bangor ME; Packard, Potsdam NY; and James Fellows, Troy NY. Largest 7". Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT. *No credit card

Lot: 57 - Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Vase, As Lamp

with figures in reserves, mounted on carved wooden base. 15" high, 7" wide, 7" deep.

Lot: 58 - Pair Antique Pastel Portraits

of colonial man and woman, bust length, framed under glass, not examined out of frames. Probably French, early 19th century. 15" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 59 - Vintage Native American Silver/Stone Bead Necklace

having a tear drop shaped incised silver pendant with turquoise mount, together with a pair of beadwork and quill earrings, possibly North East Wampanoag tribe. Necklace: 16" total length. Provenance:

Lot: 60 - Group Chinese Coral, Faux Coral & Other Jewelry

Largest: 8" high, 4 1/2" wide. Repair, chips to plaque, breaks, losses to rings and rose pendant, pin and earrings.

Lot: 61 - Folio Assorted Unframed Artworks

Estate group of loose prints and engravings , various subjects including botanical, historical , and architectural, approx. 30 pieces. The largest: Matted 23 1/2" high, 18 1/2" wide. Toning, foxing, and losses.

Lot: 62 - Estate Group Five Pairs English Porcelain Plates

comprising: Chamberlains Worcester imari pattern, Rockingham; Mason's Ironstone plates; Mason's Ironstone soup plates; and Derby porcelain plates. Ten items total. Largest: 10 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Estate

Lot: 63 - Native American Sculpted Blackware Pottery Jar

formed with steep walls, scratch decorated with upper portion of jar decorated in relief with a human face and a rattlesnake; signed on base "Jesus Quezada". 8" high, 10" diameter.

Lot: 64 - Two Antique Continental Paintings on Tin

depicting interesting humoristic period genre scenes, in elaborate gilt frames. 9 1/2" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 65 - Attr. Curtis Jere. Modern Sunburst Wall Sculpture

vintage 1960s-70s brass/copper metal "sunburst" wall sculpture in the manner of Curtis Jere, measuring 43" in diameter, approximately 3" thick, some oxidation and a few slightly bent tines. Provenance: Property

Lot: 66 - Pair Georgian Sterling Candlesticks

with filled bases, marks for Wardell & Kempson, Birmingham, 1797. Gross weight 42.65 ozt, 11" high. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold,

Lot: 67 - Large Chinese Carved Lacquer Box

4" high, 14 1/4" wide. Oxidation to lock plate, one partially detached hinge, age crack to interior and base, scratches, lacquer loss to base.

Lot: 68 - Vintage Oak Print Cabinet/Chest

62 1/2" high, 28 1/2" wide 14 3/4" deep.

Lot: 69 - Pair Small Chinese Jade Carvings

in a box. Largest: 2 1/4" long, 13 3/4" wide.

Lot: 70 - Eagle Decorated Chinese Export Porcelain Group

comprising a covered tureen, underplate and two vegetable dishes, one with tan border, one with blue border. Gilt, enamel wear, loss; two shallow edge chips to tureen cover, one shallow chip to underplate in gilt above

Lot: 71 - Japanese Painted Four Panel Screen

depicting geisha and samurai. 36" high, 70 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 72 - Vintage Leather Gentleman's Briefcase

7" high, 22 1/2" wide, 14" deep.

Lot: 73 - African Board Carving, Comoros Islands

55" long, 10" wide, 1 1/2" deep. Age cracks, surface wear, loss, repair at one end.

Lot: 74 - Framed Group N/A Arrowheads

some loose mountings and a couple missing arrowheads. Sight size: 23 1/2" high, 17 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 75 - Group Chinese Stamps & Books

Collection Chinese postage stamps in two small and one larger partial albums, together with a 1931 stamp price guide and two books: Langdon, China and the Chinese (1843), 2nd ed. and Madame Chiang Kai - Shek, Sian: A

Lot: 76 - Native American Silver/Scrimshaw Claw Necklace

with large scale chain with drum shaped mountings, the claw pendant with clipper ship scrimshawed and silver group of pots mounting, signed "RTC". Chain length 24", pendant 4 1/2" long. International clients

Lot: 77 - Small O/C Portrait of Colonial Gentleman

in foliate gilded frame, relined. Sight size 10 1/2" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 78 - Four Small Asian Silver Items

comprising a Chinese sterling mounted cruet stamped "Tackhing" and three signed pierce carved dish. Largest: 4 1/2" high, 2" wide. Weighable silver: 2.595 OZT. One round dish with partial base cracks and small edge

Lot: 79 - G. van der Straeten, Bronze Bust of a Young Woman

Georges van der Straeten (Belgian 1856-1928), signed verso with foundry mark for Societe des Bronzes de Paris. Stamped Made in France and numbered J.P. 9796. 16" high. Showing some wear, oxidation. Provenance: Property of

Lot: 80 - Estate Group English Porcelain/Pottery Wares

comprising a Wedgewood majolica green glaze sunflower rectangular footed compote and two plates; a pierced, reticulated creamware plate; and a Leeds blue feather edge platter marked for Stubbs & Kent. Footed compote:

Lot: 81 - Two MOP & Brass Opera Glasses

with original cases. One signed "Audemair - Paris" and the other "Le Clerc - Paris". Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 82 - Two Small Antique Bilston Enamel Patch Boxes

Largest: 1" high, 1 1/2" wide, 1 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York Collector. Some cracking to enamel on both, please see photos.

Lot: 83 - Estate Group N/A Bone & Stone Jewelry

comprising a group of MOP and abalone "money" buttons, mounted on card; a colored stone necklace; a white stone necklace with loose turquoise beads; a sculpted bone necklace and a bone bracelet; a small bead necklace; a

Lot: 84 - Chinese Lidded Porcelain Brush Washer

circular form with relief landscape decoration. Wang Bingrong seal mark to underside. 1 1/2" high, 3 1/8" diameter. Enamel wear, loss to interior lid, two tiny rim chips to base, seal past residue in

Lot: 85 - Group Chinese Amber Jewelry

Largest: 13" hang length, 1/2" wide. Largest bead with a few small nicks.

Lot: 86 - Estate Lot Gold Jewelry, Silver & Sheffield Items

comprising a sterling "Brandy" decanter tag; two American coin silver teaspoons marked "Bellows"; a London sterling letter opener marked "WE.WF.WC"; a sterling ring; a 10K gold class ring; a turquoise and silver

Lot: 87 - Painted Folk Art "Confessional" Stand

in old gray paint. 65" high, 24" wide, 12" deep.

Lot: 88 - Estate Group Coin/Sterling Silver Flatware Items

comprising six fiddle thread pattern dinner forks, John Goodhue, Salem, MA c. 1835 (9.36 ozt) and four sifting spoons, one Benjamin, New Haven, one Bailey & Kitchen, Philadelphia, one Robert Peppin, London 1822,

Lot: 89 - Marcel Vertes, "Girl with a Horse" Litho

(Hung./Am.1895-1961), numbered 18/200, signed lower right, in a substantial carved giltwood frame under glass, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 31 1/2" high, 27 1/2" wide.

Lot: 90 - Group Five Native American Katchina Doll Figures

most signed, largest 20" high. Some damage to feathers on largest. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 91 - Hand Decorated Seven Piece Tea Service/Bowl

all signed, "S.E.", most dated 1911. Largest: 13 3/4" high, 18 1/2" wide.

Lot: 92 - African Islamic Oil Lamp - Simbo

from the Comoros Islands. 37" high, 14" wide, 10" deep. Surface wear, loss, age cracks.

Lot: 93 - Estate Group Irish & English Sterling Flatware

all with elaborate bright cut decoration, comprising a set of six Dublin sterling dessert spoons, marks for William Ward and John Keen, various date letters; three London sterling dessert spoons and a tablespoon;

Lot: 94 - Haitian Steel Drum Cutout Art

with four head figures, signed Serge Jolimeau. Jolimeau is a Haitian metal sculptor born in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti in 1952. 29" high, 14" wide, 6 1/4" deep.

Lot: 95 - Chinese Republic Period Vase

5 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide. Foot chip, small scuff, scratch to shoulder.

Lot: 96 - 2 Vintage Native American Bracelets, 2 Pr. Earring

including a Christin Wolf multi-stone height cuff and a pair of turquoise squash blossom earrings. Largest: 7/8" high, 3 1/4" wide. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, coins, or jewelry from buyers

Lot: 97 - Group Three English B/W Transfer Wares

comprising a Davenport platter 16 1/2" long, and a pair of Enoch Wood plates 10" diameter. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 98 - Group Chinese Jewelry

Largest: 18" long, 6 1/2" wide. Pair earrings lacking ear wires.

Lot: 99 - Carl Hoyrup, "Geese Over a Lake" W/C

(Danish, 1893-1961), dated "1954," signed lower left. Unframed: 27" high, 38" wide.

Lot: 100 - Pair Early Painted Architectural Paneled Doors

77" high, 23" wide, 2" deep.

Lot: 101 - Wedgewood "Strawberry Hill" Dinner Service

Wedgewood bone china Strawberry Hill pattern dinner service for twelve. Group comprises: 12 dinner plates, 12 salad plates, 12 bread plates, 12 small bowls, 15 cups and 12 saucers. Dinner plates 11" diameter. 75

Lot: 102 - French Provincial Fruitwood Serving Table

with one working drawer, 29" high, 48" wide, 19" deep. In good condition with some age, use wear.

Lot: 103 - Classical Carved Mahogany Breakfast Table

likely New York, 19th century, with four column base, 28" high, 40" long, 23 1/2" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 104 - African Carved Wenge Wood Figural Group

two carvings depicting a couple. 24" high, 10" wide, 1/4" deep.

Lot: 105 - Set Four English Equestrian Colored Engravings

after Henry Alken (English, 1785-1851), group of four hand-colored Leicestershire hunting etchings, 1827, including "The Meeting", "Getting Away", "Full Cry" and "The Death", all "London: Published by J. Watson/ 7 Vere

Lot: 106 - Eduardo Tamariz, Abstract Oil on Baimbridge Board

(Mexican,1844-1896), signed lower left "TAMARIZ 11/1969." Exhibition label verso. Frame size: 28 1/2" high, 38" wide.

Lot: 107 - French Provincial Carved Pine Armoire

with leaf carved door stiles, 80" high, 50" wide, 22", deep.substantial wear and losses.

Lot: 108 - Estate Group Six Pieces Redware Pottery

comprising three jars, a large lidded container with wheat carved lid, a mug with handle and a necked jar with later turned lid. Largest: 12" high, 7" diameter. Some wear evident. Provenance: Property of a NYC

Lot: 109 - Iron Bird Cage/Brass Stand

overall height 68", cage 16" high, 9" diameter, the cage with multiple coats of white paint, soiling and oxidation to base.

Lot: 110 - Hilda Katz, Winter Harlequin O/M

(American, 1909-1997), AKA Hilda Weber, signed lower left, titled and dated '57 verso. Frame size: 13" high, 10 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 111 - Four Vintage Bronzes

a spelter, two small bronzes, maiden figure. Largest: 12" high, 7" wide, 5" deep. Maiden with partially cracked plow point. Largest bust with small edge chips to marble.

Lot: 112 - A. Wilson, Colored Lithograph Yellow Crowned Heron

inscribed "The Yellow Crowned Heron, American Bittern, Least B 65, Drawn A. Wilson, Engraved P.G. Warincke." Sight size: 13 1/4" by 10 1/4". Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 113 - N/A Silver & Turquoise Necklace

with turquoise mounted pendant with dangling tear drop shaped links with turquoise, lotted together with five silver buttons. Necklace 24" overall length. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate. *No credit card

Lot: 114 - Pair French Bell Metal Candlesticks, 18th C.

elaborate triangular faceted design. 10" high. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 115 - Group U.S. Currency and Silver Dollars

Seated Liberty Silver Dollar (1845), Mexican 8 Reales (1884, Zs-Js), French Indo-China Trade Dollar (1908), British Chinese Trade Dollar (1911), Colonial Connecticut 7 pence note (Oct. 11 1777), Ann Arbor, MI- Bank of

Lot: 116 - English Delft Polychrome Charger

with floral decoration. 13 1/2" diameter. Age and use wear, some chips, nicks. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 117 - Two Early Brass Candlesticks

comprising a square base Queen Anne stick and a small mid-drip candlestick. Tallest: 8" high. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 118 - Small Brass Bound Campaign Chest

25 1/2" high, 20" wide, 14" deep.

Lot: 119 - L.Porter "Exquisito a Caballo" Artist Proof

Liliana Porter (Argentinean, b. 1941) framed etching with aquatint, titled L.L., signed L.R. and dated NY (19)65, frame size 29" high, 23" wide. Provenance: Property of a Massachusetts Collector.

Lot: 120 - English Queen Anne Inlaid Walnut Chest

of solid walnut and walnut veneers, estate condition with replaced hardware. 48 1/2" high, 38 1/2" wide, 20" deep.

Lot: 121 - Etienne Ret, Seascape W/C "Bateau Verts"

(French, 1900-1996), titled and signed lower right. Frame size: 23" high, 27 1/2" wide.

Lot: 122 - NE Chippendale Oxbow Slant Front Desk

18th century, with drop pendant. 42" high, 42" wide, 21" deep. Expected age and use wear.

Lot: 123 - Framed Continental O/C Canal/Bridge Scene

unsigned, in period frame. Frame: 13" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 124 - Two Robert Hale Ives Gammell, O/M

(American, 1893-1981), comprising "Spring Sunshine" and "Clearing Weather" both signed and dated lower right "1955." Frame size: 14 1.2" high, 18" wide.

Lot: 125 - Chinese Porcelain Garlic Vase

8 1/8" high, 4 1/2" wide. Small glaze pit below rim, six glaze cracks encircling body and neck.

Lot: 126 - J. Schock, Group Nine Outsider Artworks

Joseph J. F. Schock (Am. 1955-2007) group of nine acrylic on board artworks. Largest: 20" high, 12" wide. Schock was born in West Hartford on Dec. 12, 1955, and died on March 19, 2007 in New Hartford. Little is known of

Lot: 127 - Chinese Red Lacquered Side Table

Qing dynasty with paneled top, carved apron and three frieze drawers. 32 1/2" high, 46 1/2" wide, 21 1/2" deep. Lacking some elements, wear to top, losses to feet. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 128 - W. Ely, Two Framed W/C Forest Scenes

both inscribed verso, framed under glass, not examined out of frames. Largest frame size: 20" high, 26" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 129 - Pair Vintage Brass/Glass Hurricane Wall Sconces

13" high, 6 1/2" diameter, 8" deep.

Lot: 130 - Painted Blanket Chest, Ladderback Rocker Arm Chair

the chest with grain paint, the rocker in old red paint with cushioned splint seat. Rocker: 42 1/2" high, chest 38" long. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 131 - Two Similar Faux Painted Architectural Pedestals

Largest: 30" high, 16" wide, 13" deep.

Lot: 132 - Two Asian Vases, As Lamps

comprising a Chinese famille rose square tapering baluster vase and a Japanese Satsuma round vase, both mounted as lamps. Chinese: 15" high. Some chips to bases and various small losses.

Lot: 133 - Two Framed Japanese Woodblock Prints

depicting a Samurai and a lady and gentleman. Frame: 19" high, 14" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 134 - Group Three Chinese Jade Carvings

Largest: 3 5/8" high, 3 3/4" wide. Rooster with chips to beak and tail; boy and bird with chip to beak; flower with chips to leaves.

Lot: 135 - Group Three Early "X" Base Candlestands

Largest: 28" high, 18" diameter.

Lot: 136 - Spanish School, O/C Portrait of Gentleman

identified and inscribed lower left as Don Juan de Deos Parenoi y Pardo, depicting a sea captain gesturing toward a sailing ship, with instruments of navigation in foreground on table. 28 1/4" high, 21 3/4" wide, 4" deep

Lot: 137 - Native American Decorated Splint Basket

round form with two handles and blue decoration. 14" diameter, 4 1/2" high. Broken section in bottom, other wear. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 138 - George II Mahogany Side Chair

with cabriole legs. 38" high, 22" wide, 18" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 139 - Asian Carved & Polychrome Ganesha Figure

seated on a carved throne,the incised detail heightened with color, on a wood base. 5" high, 3" wide, 3" deep. Losses to both arms, some surface staining/discoloration. International clients are ineligible to bid

Lot: 140 - Naive O/C Woman Reclining At Window

framed folk art/primitive style oil on canvas depicting a woman reclining in front of a window dressed in waist high wrap. Sight: 24" high, 29 1/2" wide. In a gilt frame, not removed from frame. Some soiling, paint chips

Lot: 141 - Country Chippendale Tap Table

with breadboard ends, one drawer and stretcher base. 28" high, 36" wide, 24" deep. In estate condition with wear and losses. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 142 - German Portrait of Bearded Gentleman, Attr. Finzel

oil on canvasboard, paper labels verso with attribution to Josef Finzel (Austrian,1852-1925). Frame size: 22" high, 17" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 143 - Stickely Style Mission Oak Two Drawer Table

with lattice shaped ends. 29 1/2" high, 24" wide, 18" deep. Age and use wear, some scuffs. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 144 - Early Ecclesiastical Embroidered Cope

religious vestment with floral embroidery with metallic thread on silk with stitched backing, probably 17th/18th century, showing significant wear and considerable losses from age and use, some staining, overall

Lot: 145 - Haitian Voudo Outsider Art Painting of Loa

Prosper Pierre Louis (Haiti b. 1947), painting on canvas of Loa. Prosper Pierre-Louis, was a Haitian artist, and one of the main contributors to the local school of the Saint Soleil art movement. His

Lot: 146 - Pair Country Bannister Back Side Chairs

in black paint, 43" high, 20" wide, 15" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 147 - Two Chinese Export Warming Dishes

each with typical banded geometric motif. 2" high, 10" diameter. Light soiling to both. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 148 - Small Continental Inlaid Cased Music Box

5" high, 14" wide, 7" deep.

Lot: 149 - "Andromeda Chained" O/C

unsigned, 20th century. Unframed: 36" high, 24" wide.

Lot: 150 - Napoleon Bonaparte Bronze Sculpture

14" high, 4 1/2" wide, 4 1/2" deep. Patina wear, loss, edge nicks, small dings to base, small hole at left hip below sash, pedestal slightly separated from lower base.

Lot: 151 - Two Queen Anne Country Side Chairs

one maple with square drake feet and leather seat, the other a yoke back example with worn rush seat. Largest: 41" high, 20" wide, 16" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 152 - Estate Group Five Art Glass Paperweights

varying sizes and designs, one marked "GES 96" for Glass Eye Studio. Largest: 3 1/4" high, 3" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 153 - Steve Zazenski, W/C Rockport Street Scene

finely detailed watercolor of cottages with fences and street scene, titled "South St - Rockport Mass", signed lower left. Framed and matted, sight size 8 1/2" high, 13" wide. Zazenski, is a native to Bayonne, N.J., and

Lot: 154 - Group Five Chinese Silver & Metal Boxes

Largest: 4 1/8" high, 3 5/8" wide. Oxidation, surface wear, second largest box with interior cracks to enamel, low rectangular box with base dents. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold,

Lot: 155 - John McGhee, Southwest Abstract Scene O/C

(American, 20th century), signed lower left, dated "1973." Frame size: 27 1/2" high, 40 1/2" wide.

Lot: 156 - T. Pettigrasso, Etched/Polished Stone Sculpture

depicting a robed Native American elder on an emblematic plinth, signed on back "T. Pettigrasso". Mounted on a 1 1/2" thick wooden base. Overall total height 17 1/2". Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 157 - Queen Anne Diminutive Cherry Drop Leaf Tea Table

of quite small size. 27 1/2" high, 11" wide (closed) 37" (open), 29" deep. Some wear and losses, please see photos.

Lot: 158 - French Directoire Two Drawer Chest

early 19th century. 32" high, 18 1/4" wide,15" deep.

Lot: 159 - Federal Giltwood Architectural Mirror

with basket of fruit in panel. 26" high. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 160 - Large Chinese Painted Six Panel Folding Screen

pigment on paper, laid down on wood, the overall scene depicting scholars and attendants in an interior. Light soiling, light stains, scratches, small tears to canvas hinges. Each panel 94" high, 18 1/2"

Lot: 161 - Peruvian Paintings of Two Musicians

by Moises (Chiri) Barriento. Frame: 36" high, 27" wide.

Lot: 162 - Group Antique Porcelain Wares, Chinese Export

comprising a Chinese export teapot and small dish, together with a Wedgewood elongated footed bowl, a lustreware bowl and a lustreware cup and saucer. Teapot: 9 1/2" wide (extreme), 6" high. Provenance: Property

Lot: 163 - Diminutive Baker Chippendale Style Chest

with pull out slide, labeled left side top drawer. 30" high, 30"wide, 16" deep. Slight crazing to finish, some scuffs to top.

Lot: 164 - Frank Knox Morton Rehn, "Seascape" O/C

(American, 1848-1914), signed lower right. Frame size: 21 1/2" high, 32 1/2" wide.

Lot: 165 - Lifesize Bronze Sculpture "Girl On Balustrade"

heavily patinated, and depicting a girl with braided pigtails sitting on a balustrade with a dove in her hand and a cat perched beside her, no markings found. 64" high, 33" wide, 19" deep. Provenance: Property of a Madison

Lot: 166 - Anonymous O/C Mount Vernon

the home of George Washington. Frame: 24" high, 28" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 167 - Pair Painted Cast Iron Garden Benches

the backs with hunting dogs on point in cartouche, eagle head arm terminals, wood slat seats, and arched bases. 30" high, 50" wide, 17" deep overall. Some loss and deterioration to wood slats, heavy layers of

Lot: 168 - Chinese Celadon Bowl

likely Chen Lung period. 6 3/4" high, 10 1/2" diameter. Cracks, repairs to rim, body and base.

Lot: 169 - L.Porter, "Guino Retondo", Artist Proof

Liliana Porter (Argentinean, b. 1941) framed lithograph, titled L.L., signed and dated Buenos Aires (19)63 LR, frame size 14" high, 15" wide. Provenance: Property of a Massachusetts Collector.

Lot: 170 - Large Estate Group Mostly Copper Molds, Items

comprising over 33 items, including molds in various shapes/sizes, a large strainer, and several other copper kitchen wares. Largest: 5" high, 10 1/2" diameter, 18 1/2" long.

Lot: 171 - Estate Group Three Cut Crystal Decanters

each with sterling silver chain and shield labels and together with a turned tureen underplate. Largest 10" high. Some cloudiness and staining. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 172 - Venetian Glass Rococo Style 8 Light Chandelier

31" high, 25" diameter. Electrified. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 173 - N.D. Shirley, Two Watercolors

Nelson Dodge Shirley (Hashkay-ha-nah)(1938-2005), daughter of artist Charles Keetsie Shirley, two framed watercolors with gouache. Sight size larger: 16" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 174 - Estate Group Early Porcelain Wares

comprising a sizable group, mostly cups and saucers, various makers and patterns including several Worcester examples. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 175 - Engraving "MacDonough's Victory on Lake Champlain"

H. Ferguson, engraving titled "MacDonough’s Victory on Lake Champlain" signed lower right and dated "Feb.1833", apparently after Benjamin Tanner (Am., Philadelpia) well known engraving titled "MacDonough’s Victory on

Lot: 176 - Lot Seven 20th Century Cartoons

done on poster board, mostly political satire, six signed "Greore", largest 20" high, 15" wide, one with torn corner and others with light toning.

Lot: 177 - Japanese Heredo Bottle Vase

9" high, 6" diameter.

Lot: 178 - Two Hector Ortega Sculpted Blackware Pottery Jars

formed with steep walls, scratch decorated overall with juxtaposed human face handles, both signed on base "Hector Ortega". Largest: 9" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 179 - Large Group Antique Brass Items

Interesting estate group including lighting, desk items, and various smalls. Largest: 20" high, 5" diameter. Oxidation, some missing elements, light wear

Lot: 180 - Near Pair Majolica Pottery Jardinieres

both in similar grape pattern, different coloration. 9 1/2" high, 11" wide. Glaze loss on one bottom, likely in firing. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 181 - Set Eight Painted Federal Fancy Chairs

with rush seats. 32" high, 18 1/2" wide, 17" deep. Some with repairs and minor paint loss. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 182 - Pair Chinese Paintings on Silk

with scholars and attendants, inscription and chop mark upper left. Old Print Shop label verso. Framed, not examined out of frames. Frame size: 16" high, 20" wide. Losses to gilt frames. Provenance: Property of a CT

Lot: 183 - Asmus Kaufmann, "Landscape with Brook" O/C

(German, 1806-1890). Frame size: 23" high, 19" wide.

Lot: 184 - Chinese Porcelain Low Bowl

1 1/2" high, 7 3/4" diameter.

Lot: 185 - Pair Continental Table Candelabra

5 light, bronzed metal with cobalt porcelain vase supports, 17 1/2" high. Some wear and oxidation, surface soiling. Provenance: Property of a Massachusetts Collector.

Lot: 186 - Group Fireplace Accessories

comprising two pair likely Continental fire dogs, one pair with brass baluster turned shafts, the other cast iron with female cameo figureheads. Largest: 8" high, 4" wide, 14" deep. One of the cast iron pair with losses,

Lot: 187 - Group Three Chinese Silver Items

Largest: 3 1/16" high, 4 9/16" wide. Compact with silvering loss to mirror, a couple small edge bends to lid rim, case with six small dents to lid. Gross weight: 6.745 OZT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for

Lot: 188 - Pair Continental Rococo Carved/Gilded Wall Sconces

of wood construction with composite and gesso, gilded and painted with cartouche shaped carved and gilded mirrored backs, floral cresting and curved double candle arms. 17" high, 10 1/2" wide. Oxidation,

Lot: 189 - Utagawa, Framed Japanese Wood Block Print

depicting a geisha, attributed to Kuniyasu Utagawa. Frame: 25" high, 21" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 190 - Pair Chinese Turquoise Glaze Conical Bowls

eggshell porcelain with floral relief detail. 3" high, 8" diameter. Both with pitting, one with small chip to rim, the other with old repairs. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 191 - Mid-Century Leather/Steel Lounge Chair

with brushed steel frame, two cushions, no label found. 30" high, 28" wide, 28" deep. Slight wear to leather, 2" tear to rear of back cushion, light oxidation to frame.

Lot: 192 - John Robertson Reid, "Sailboat" O/C

(United Kingdom,1851-1926), signed lower right "JRR + 91" (1981). Frame size: 18" high, 24" wide. Small tear upper right background.

Lot: 193 - N/A Carved Stone Buffalo Sculpture - KAY DIH

Wilbert Kady (KAY-DIH) (American, 20th C.): "American Bison", Marble, 10" high, 16 1/2: long, affixed to wooden plinth. Signed "kay.dih") on rear flank. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 194 - Large Group International Stamps

Comprising a large collection of loose cancelled mid - 20th century world stamps, including some interesting Middle Eastern material. Estate condition, inspection recommended.

Lot: 195 - Small Framed Equestrian Print

depicting a horse with his rider and owner. Framed under glass, not examined out of frame Frame: 10" high, 12" wide.

Lot: 196 - Chippendale Cherry Secretary Desk

likely Connecticut or Massachusetts, late 18th century. 75 1/4" high, 42" wide, 20" deep. Some restorations. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 197 - Federal Maple & Tiger Maple Stand, 19th C.

tipping top, in curved corner design. 28" high, top 22" by 15". Crack and stains to top.

Lot: 198 - Large Group World Stamps

Collection 20th century postage stamps in five partial albums. The largest: 14" high, 10 1/2" wide. Inspection recommended.

Lot: 199 - English Polychrome Delft Charger

with overall floral design, 13 7/8" diameter. Some minor fleabites, some edge roughness and some glaze loss over brown polychrome. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 200 - NE Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Chest

with notch corner top and conforming case, bracket feet. 34" high, 40" wide, 21" deep.

Lot: 201 - B.Walker, Acrylic on Board "Black Knight"

depicting a knight in armor, impasto and pigments on panel, mounted on a board within a frame. Panel sight size 30" high, 16" wide. Brack Walker ( Am. 1929-1994) was an Instructor in Art and Associate Professor of

Lot: 202 - Chinese Patinated Copper Prunus Vase

6 1/4" high, 3 1/4" wide. A few light base scratches.

Lot: 203 - Pair Oval Framed Continental Portraits

of a courtly gentleman and lady, late 18th or early 19th century,

Lot: 204 - Susan Kliewer "La Sombrilla" Cold Painted Bronze

Susan Kliewer "La Sombrilla" bronze, edition of 45, signed, titled, numbered 19/45 and dated 1995 on base, mounted on a wooden platform. 31" high, 19" wide, 20" deep. Susan Kliewer is a native of Southern

Lot: 205 - Large Redware Jar

attributed to the Day Pottery, Norwalk CT, with manganese decoration and integral handles. 8" high, 6" diameter. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 206 - Group Early Wrought Iron Items

comprising a wax jack including wax stick and a small brass seal; three betty lamps; a hanging candleholder; a spike hook; a brass trammel; and an iron trammel. Trammel: 21" long closed. Provenance: Property of a NYC

Lot: 207 - W. Ely, Award Winning W/C Forest Scene

inscribed verso, framed under glass, not examined out of frames. Largest frame size: 31" high, 25" wide. Noted verso "Awarded 1st prize for watercolor Connecticut Classic Art Inc., Norwalk Chapter Annual, 1966."

Lot: 208 - Antique Brass Carriage Clock

Diminutive size with Roman numeral dial, the works stamped "Made in France". 5" high, 3" wide, 2 1/2" deep. Some cracks to enamel dial, winder key lacking, running condition uncertain.

Lot: 209 - Small Tibetan Thangka

probably 19th century. 25 1/2" high, 15" wide. Light soiling, creases, a few tiny losses.

Lot: 210 - Large Chinese Export Rose Mandarin Bowl

with four reserves depicting figures at various pursuits. 5 1/2" high, 14" diameter. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 211 - "Two Dancers" Lithograph

signed illegibly lower right, numbered 13/150 lower left. Not examined out of frame. Frame size: 31" high, 24 1/2" wide.

Lot: 212 - Regency Style Mahogany Turreted Bird Cage

on a conforming stand, two pieces. 20th century. 75" high, 28" square. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 213 - Large Chinese B/W Porcelain Bowl

with overall figural decoration. 5 1/2" high, 12 1/4" diameter. Crazing, stains to interior, possibly lacking lid, possibly added silver bands to rim and base.

Lot: 214 - Mid-Century Steel/Enamel Brutalist Wall Sculpture

comprising an interlaced background of variously sized steel rods, with integrated and welded shaped enameled plaques, 37" high, 57" wide, 4" deep. Some light oxidation, minor bends.

Lot: 215 - Two Part English Mahogany Campaign Chest

with brass mounts and inset pulls. 36" high, 36" wide, 19" deep.

Lot: 216 - Large Group International Stamps

Comprising a large collection of loose cancelled mid - 20th century world stamps, together with four partial albums, the largest containing a group of 1950's Israeli first day covers and some interesting Middle

Lot: 217 - Pair Georgian Carved Mahogany Side Chairs

37" high, 24" wide, 19" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 218 - Indian Blackstone Stele Vishnu, Lakshmir/Saraswati

attributed to the Pala Period 11th/12th century, in a wrought-iron stand mounted on an ebonized wood pedestal. Stele: 23 1/2" high, 14 1/2" wide. Pedestal: 30" high. Property of a CT Collector.

Lot: 219 - Box Lot Dolls

Comprising three vintage dolls, the largest marked "Made in Germany", together with a small teddy bear and a single figural Christmas ornament. Largest: 31" high, 12" wide, 5" deep.

Lot: 220 - Pair French Baroque Style Leather Chairs

44" high, 24" wide, 22" deep.

Lot: 221 - Chinese Porcelain Bottle Vase

with long neck and peach decoration. 8 1/2" high. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 222 - Peruvian Painting, Boy Eating Watermelon

anonymous artist. Frame: 25" high, 21" wide.

Lot: 223 - Octagonal Framed Group of Four Iznik Tiles

mortared together in an iron bracket frame. 1 1/4" high, 18" wide, 18" deep .Three tiles with substantial losses.

Lot: 224 - Pair Country Queen Anne Spanish Foot Side Chairs

in maple, with carved crest, yoke splats and cushioned rush seats. 43" high. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 225 - "Abstract Head of Franz Kafka" Lithograph

dated '67, signed illegibly. Frame size: 30" high, 24" wide. Not examined out of frame.

Lot: 226 - Large Group International Stamps

Comprising a large collection of loose cancelled mid - 20th century world stamps in bags. Estate condition, inspection recommended.

Lot: 227 - Pair Early English Needlepoint Panels

sewn within borders and mounted on stretchers, approximately 32" high, 30" wide. Surface soiling where previously exposed and some minor losses.

Lot: 228 - Southwestern Rug

9' 10" long, 6' 7" wide. Fading throughout, scattered use wear, small stains to bottom right corner. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 229 - Group Seven French Multi-Colored Pottery Items

of varying forms, including a decorated pie plate with serrated edge and a large conical deep bowl. Bowl: 11 3/4" wide, 3 3/4" deep. Some with minor roughness, 1" long chip to rim of deep bowl. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 230 - American Floral Design Hooked Rug

with fabric backed outer back/bottom edge, 4' by 6'. Frays and losses to ends, some minor soiling. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 231 - Hepplewhite Demilune Inlaid Mahogany Card Table

19th century, with five legs and various inlays. 29" high, 36" (closed), 18" deep. Some missing inlay and veneer and expected age and use wear, fifth leg loosely hinged and crooked. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 232 - Folk Art W/C Miniature, Lady In Blue Dress

done on paper, in a grain painted frame, 19th century, not examined out of frame. Frame: 6 1/2" high, 5" wide. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 233 - W. Ely, Framed W/C Autumn Foliage Scene

inscribed verso, framed under glass, not examined out of frames. Largest frame size: 18" wide, 22" high. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 234 - Box Lot Vintage Tin & Other Toys

Largest: 9" high, 4" wide, 3" deep. Paint wear, losses; some items missing components, some mechanical items not working.

Lot: 235 - Framed Chinese Colored Drawing

depicting a bird and flora, with character marks. Frame: 15" high, 13" wide. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 236 - Two Miniature Collector's Chests

Largest: 22" high, 17" wide, 10" deep.

Lot: 237 - German Costume Volume

13 1/2" high, 10" wide, 2" deep. Toning, stains to some pages, one page with tape repair; light soiling.

Lot: 238 - Pair Framed W/C Illustrations

one depicting three Arabian men with nude nymph in pond, and the other a group of Chinese men descending stairs. Probably 1930's era. Frame size: 16 1/2" high, 145" wide.

Lot: 239 - Pair PA Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs

with carved gothic splats, seat frames with leaf carving, and claw and ball feet. 38" high, 23" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 240 - "Abstract" Lithograph

dated '67, signed illegibly. Frame size: 30" high, 24" wide. Not examined out of frame.

Lot: 241 - French Directoire Style Caned Recamier

30" high, 70" wide, 28" deep.

Lot: 242 - Folk Art Painted Toleware Viola

possibly a violin maker's trade sign, with square mounting brackets on each side. 35" long, 11" wide, 3" deep. Several layers of encrusted brown paint, with paint losses and dings overall. Provenance: Property of a NYC

Lot: 243 - American Pictorial Hooked Rug

mounted on wood frame, with the date 1924 surrounded by flowers and leaves. Surface wear. Frame size: 32 1/2" high, 61 1/2" wide.

Lot: 244 - Group Five Country Shelves

Largest: 22" high, 30" wide, 5 1/2" deep.

Lot: 245 - Three Painted Tole Bouillotte Lamps

all probably French, later 19th century. Largest: 16" high, 11" long, 5" wide. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 246 - Chinese Silver Figural Cane Top

with "Happiness" chop mark. 3" high, 1 1/4" diameter. A couple small dents to upper band. Weight: .915 OZT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, coins, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased

Lot: 247 - Royal Copenhagen "Blue Flowers" Porcelain Service

including: tureen and underplate, two pedestal serving dishes, pair of low candlesticks, two leaf dishes, vegetable tureen, two oval open vegetables, gravy boat, creamer and suger, butter dish, milk

Lot: 248 - Group Five Vintage Brass Hearth Items

Largest: 17 1/2" high, 11" wide, 16 1/2" deep. Age and use wear, rust, dents to teapot and bucket.

Lot: 249 - Attr. Von Allesch, Mid-Century Cubist Ceramic Lamp

Marianna Von Allesch (German-Am.,1886-1972), ceramic cubist design lamp in Picassoesque design, unsigned but with partial paper label on back of "Caralu . . . Marian" . . . (ne von Allesch), quite possibly with original

Lot: 250 - Two BEA, Abstract Floral Compositions W/P

signed with initials "BEA" lower left. Largest frame size: 28" high, 21" wide.

Lot: 251 - Chinese Impressed Gourd Form Cricket Cage

possibly 18th century, with stand. Body of cage is grown in an eight part carved wood mold. 4 3/4" high, 3" wide. Small loss to lid rim encircling pierced top.

Lot: 252 - Set Seven Old Sheffield S/P Copper Blazer Buttons

mounted on a card, each with acorn and oak leave decoration, largest 3/4" diameter, all with some uniform surface wear. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for

Lot: 253 - S. Baker O/C "A Greenwich Farm - 1947"

Samuel Burtis Baker (Am. 1882-1967) an impressionistic oil on canvas of a barnyard scene, titled on stretcher "A Greenwich Farm - 1947", framed, sight size: 17 1/2" high, 23 1/2" wide. Signed lower right "Baker". Light

Lot: 254 - George III Carved Mahogany Arm Chair

with carved, pierced splat. 38" high, 24" wide, 21" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 255 - Group Nine Chinese Chin Dynasty Stamps

Largest: 1 3/16" high, 1 1/16" wide. Slight toning, two with possible fading.

Lot: 256 - Victorian M/T Eastlake Style Walnut Parlor Table

with four legs and columnar base. 29" high, 32" long, 22" deep. Some losses to feet, other wear. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 257 - Three Japanese Carved Figural Netsuke

possibly Meiji period, late 19th/early 20th century. The smallest finely detailed and signed. Largest: 2 3/4" high, 1 1/2" wide, 1/4" deep. International clients are ineligible to bid on this item. It is for

Lot: 258 - Oil/Plywood "Freedom's Way Connecticut"

large painting on quarter inch plywood sheet depicting a railroad car seen from the rear, unsigned, 84" high, 48" wide. Some wear and scuffs, minor losses, chip out at bottom right, some screw holes and screws, two

Lot: 259 - F. D. Nee, Two French Colored Engravings

Francois Denis Nee (Fr. 1732-1818) one "Vue Du Grand et Du Petit Chateau de Chantilly", the other "Vue Generale D'Ermenonville." Frame size: 14" high, 20" wide. Toning and light water stains, some creasing to both.

Lot: 260 - Arts & Crafts Style Oak Pedestal

37" high, 15" square, some marks on the top. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 261 - George III Carved Mahogany Stool

with elaborate shell carved knees and carved claw and ball feet. 18" high, 21" long, 18" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 262 - American Painted Country "Adirondack" Doll House

with some furniture and accessories. 20th century. 18" high, 19" wide, 11" deep. Break off front porch roof. Minor losses. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 263 - Poss. CT Queen Anne Highboy

mixed woods. 71" high, 39" wide, 20" deep. Some restorations.

Lot: 264 - Gabonese Fang Wooden Carving, Warrior & Cup

25" high, 9" wide, 9" deep. Age cracks, loss to back of hair, repairs to arms.

Lot: 265 - Federal Inlaid Swell Front Chest

with various inlays and interesting spade form outlined feet. 36 1/2" high, 39" wide, 20 1/2" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 266 - Framed Portrait Miniature of a Lady

signed "M. De Merbitz" dated 1897, not examined out of frame. Marguerite Pines De Merbitz (French, 1950-1933). Frame size: 4 3/4" high, 3 1/2" wide. Sight size: 3 1/8" high, 2 3/8" wide.

Lot: 267 - Set Three Matching Leaded Stained Glass Panels

20th century, all three identical, 42" high, 24" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 268 - Pierre Jacquot, "Les Elements" Litho A/P

(French, b. 1929), signed and titled to lower edge. Frame size: 23" high, 27" wide.

Lot: 269 - Unusual Possibly Ship Captain's Chart Cabinet

with arched raised panel doors and brass carrying handles, fitted interior, with most original drawers removed. 49 1/2" high, 25 1/2" wide, 19 1/2" deep.

Lot: 270 - Hepplewhite Inlaid Drop Leaf Table

in figured mahogany, inlaid apron and cuffs. 19th century. 29" high, 17" (closed), 49" (open) wide, 48" deep. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 271 - Louis XVI Style Table En Chiffonier

white marble top with brass gallery and candle slides. 29" high, 19 1/2" wide, 15 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 272 - Antique French Tole Chandelier

basket shaped with four lights, possibly 19th century. 24" high, 16" diameter. Repair to central band, some missing pendants, expected oxidation, traces of brown paint. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 273 - Five Chinese Wooden Objects

one possibly Huangwali. Largest: 4" high, 7 1/4" diameter. Stains, age cracks, chips, losses.

Lot: 274 - "Landscape with Thatched Roof House" O/C

signed lower left, illegibly. Frame size: 23" high, 27" wide.

Lot: 275 - Queen Anne Mahogany Round Candlestand

having burled wood top. 26" high, 14 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 276 - Patinated Zinc Fountain Statue of Putti

standing on a large scallop shell and holding a conch shell, 45 1/2" high, 20" diameter. Some oxidation, light rust, pitting. Not known if fountain in working condition, although tubing appears intact underneath.

Lot: 277 - Large B/W Asian Style Jardiniere

20" high, 20" wide, 19" deep. Imperfections, soiling. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 278 - Pair French Brass Candlesticks, 18th C.

10" high. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 279 - Siegfried Hass, "Winter Mountain Scene" O/C

(Danish, 1848-1908), signed lower right. Frame size: 28" high, 22" wide.

Lot: 280 - Chinese Silver Pierce Carved Dragon Motif Bowl

hallmarked "IW" or "MI". 2 1/4" high, 5" diameter. Weight: 4.255 OZT. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, coins, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in the past.

Lot: 281 - Pair Chased Brass Two Light Table Lamps

with scalloped bases, two arms with incised candle bowls. 35" long, 11" wide, 3" deep. Electrified, some soiling around wiring. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 282 - Gabonese Fang Wooden Figural Sculpture

16" high, 6 1/2" wide, 9" deep. Age cracks surface wear, losses.

Lot: 283 - Estate Group Six Cases N/A Fetish Carvings

comprising total of approximately 39 figures in various sizes and various animal forms. Please see photographs. Largest approximately 3" long. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 284 - Sheraton Carved & Inlaid Swell Front Sideboard

likely Salem, Massachusetts, early 19th century. 46 1/2" high, 72" long, 27" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 285 - Louis Betts, "Portrait of a Couple" O/C

(American, 1873-1961), signed upper left. Frame size: 34" high, 30" wide.

Lot: 286 - Continental School, O/C Madonna & Child

unsigned. Frame size: 48 1/2" high, 38" wide. Tears, losses, restoration. Provenance: Property of a Woodbury, CT Estate.

Lot: 287 - Del Favero, Large Watercolor "American Mansion"

naive/primitive work depicting a house in landscape with "floating" American flag, inscribed verso "American Mansion: L.W. Del Favero." Frame size: 38 1/2" high, 49 1/2" wide. Incription possibly mistaken reference

Lot: 288 - Pair Queen Anne Brass Candlesticks

with incurved corner square bases, 7" high. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 289 - O/C Forest Landscape, Signed "Letwell"

depicting a fall landscape of wooded terrain. Frame size: 28" high, 34" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 290 - Two NE Country Arm Chairs

comprising a bannister back and a ladder back. Largest: 51" high, 24" wide, 20" deep.

Lot: 291 - Attr. James Clark, Nautical Work O/B

18" high, 26" wide. Sight: 13" high, 21 1/4" wide.

Lot: 292 - W. Ely, Three Small Framed W/C Forest Scenes

all inscribed verso, framed under glass, not examined out of frames. Largest frame size: 19" high, 15" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 293 - Luis Usabal y Hernandez, Portrait of Woman O/P

(Spanish, 1876-1937), signed and inscribed upper left. Frame size: 24" high, 18" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 294 - A. Monteil, O/C "The War Charge"

signed lower left. Depicting two chiefs on horseback in full battle charge, frame. 35" high, 45" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 295 - PA Sheraton Mahogany Game Table

with leaf carved capitals, 29" high, 37" wide, 18 1/2" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 296 - Marie Barbera, A/P Bronze Sculpture "Iron Shell"

Marie Barbera (Am. b.1936) partially cold painted/polychrome sculpture of a Native American plains tribe chief in full dress, on a wooden base, inscribed on back "M. Barbera A/P III", 28" high, mounted on a 1 1/2"

Lot: 297 - Two Federal Side Tables

with drawers. Largest: 29" high, 21" wide, 19" deep. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 298 - Chinese Porcelain Cup

1 1/4" high, 3 1/16" diameter.

Lot: 299 - W/C Katchinas on Parchment

signed "RDNIS", framed under glass, not examined out of frame, frame size 23" wide, 20" high. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 300 - Hugo Fisher, "Landscape" W/C

(Czech American, 1854-1916), signed lower left. Frame size: 22 1/2" high, 28" wide.

Lot: 301 - Two American Candlestands

comprising a country square based stand with turned shaft and a federal cherry stand with hipped knee cabriole legs. Cherry stand: 28" high, 15" square. Expected age and use wear, crack to top of small stand. Provenance:

Lot: 302 - Two N/A Carved Bone/Horn Owl Sculptures

unsigned, mounted on wooden bases, larger 11 1/2" high. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 303 - Cast Metal/Brass Baroque Style Chandelier

with six arms, electrified. 24" high, 26" diameter.

Lot: 304 - Benson & Hedges Brass Inlaid Wooden Humidor

9" high, 15 1/4" wide, 11" deep. Finish wear, loss, interior with surface wear, loss, tape residue, soiling, oxidation.

Lot: 305 - Gabonese Fang Wooden Figural Sculpture

19" high, 6" wide, 6" deep. Surface wear, age cracks, losses.

Lot: 306 - Group Fourteen Japanese Dolls

Various sizes, including several under glass and two Samurai dolls. Largest: 19" high, 9 1/2" wide, 8" deep. Losses/ damage to some.

Lot: 307 - Group Eight Native American Pottery Wares

comprising: three multi-colored pots signed Carmen Billy-Navajo; one signed Binishta-Navajo; one signed Paula Nez-Navajo '92; and two signed indistinctly. Largest: 8" high, 7" wide. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 308 - Group Antique Wrought Iron/Brass Kitchen Items

comprising a round meat hook, several assorted hooks, spatulas, ladles, forks, a cleaver, a trammel hook, three arm bracket and a peel. Expected age and use wear, cleaver missing handle. Peel: 43" long.

Lot: 309 - Carved/Painted Cigar Store Indian Figure

of a female, carved with an applied overlay of cloth and plaster and painted in matte colors. 67" high, 19" wide, 18" deep. Cracks, paint losses, chips to inner left elbow, arm slightly loose, cracks to left side of

Lot: 310 - Robert C. Carlin, WWII B-17's Returning W/C

(American, 1925-2000), painted especially for Bob Gallagher. Not examined out of frame. Frame size: 31" high, 38" wide.

Lot: 311 - Three Native American Rugs

comprising two geometric designs and a Yei rug, largest: 45" long, 23" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 312 - Wedgewood Style Green/White Urn Form Lamp

on a black marble base, urn height 15 1/2". Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 313 - Queen Anne Tiger Maple Slant Front Desk

early form with flat ball feet. 39" high, 34 1/2" wide, 15 1/2" deep. Expected age and use wear.

Lot: 314 - Black Marble Columnar Form Pedestal

31 1/2" high, 14" diameter.

Lot: 315 - Chinese Doucai Porcelain Bowl

2 1/8" high, 4 5/8" diameter.

Lot: 316 - Group Three Turned Leg Rectangular Tavern Tables

Largest: 26" high, 42 1/2" wide, 25" deep.

Lot: 317 - Group Five Early Brass Chambersticks

comprising three small sticks and a pair of baluster turned sticks. Largest" 5" high. Slight bend to one of pair, expected age and use wear throughout. Provenance: Property of a NYC Collector.

Lot: 318 - Hallmarked Chinese Silver Lidded Dresser Box

monogrammed. 2" high, 4" wide. Interior and base scratches. Weight: 6.695 OZT.

Lot: 319 - S/P Brass Chocolate Pot

with hinged lid and wooden handle, approximately 13" high, 12" wide, 9" deep. Finish wear, loss, dents to back around top of handle.

Lot: 320 - WWII Aviation Scene O/B

signed lower right "Repiere." Frame size: 24" high, 28" high. Not examined out of frame.

Lot: 321 - 18th Century Continental Two Drawer Commode

18th, early 19th century, figured veneers, 32" high, 47" wide, 22" deep.

Lot: 322 - Continental Cast Iron Baking Table

with possibly later slab top. 30" high, 72" wide, 14 3/4" deep.

Lot: 323 - CT Queen Anne Oval Drop Leaf Table

of small size. 27" high, 14" (closed) 37" (open), 37" deep. Repairs to feet.

Lot: 324 - Two Sheraton Stands

one with drawer. Largest: 29" high, 18" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 325 - Chinese Doucai B/W Porcelain Bowl

likely Chien Lung period. 1 5/8" high, 3 1/2" diameter.

Lot: 326 - Chinese Doucai Porcelain Bowl

likely Chien Lung period. 1 7/8" high, 4" diameter.

Lot: 327 - Group Four Carved Wood Molds

Largest: 10" high, 13" wide, 1" deep. Finish wear, loss, age crack to "wheat" mold, age crack, insect damage to largest.

Lot: 328 - American Sheraton Mahogany Two Drawer Stand

29" high, 22 1/2" wide, 17 1/2" deep, with age and use wear. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 329 - A.J. Friedman, "Motion in Design" O/C

(American, 20th century), signed and dated "1964" lower left. Four scattered small tears. Frame size: 35 1/2" high, 41" wide.

Lot: 330 - Gabonese Fang Wooden Figural Sculpture

of mother and child. 15" high, 5" wide, 4" deep.

Lot: 331 - Black Painted Bannister Back Side Chair

44" high, 19" wide, 14" deep.

Lot: 332 - Indian Sky Song, Lithograph

signed indistinctly, marked 1/1, framed under glass. Frame size: 44" high, 34" wide. Not examined out of frame. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 333 - Three Chinese Porcelain Wares

comprising a large lidded polychrome ginger jar; a small blue/white jar on stand; and a famille rose teapot with lid. Jar: 9 1/2" high. Crack to large jar lid. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 334 - Lee Winslow Court, O/M " Sentinel of the Sea"

(American, 1903-1992), view of Whitehead, Monhegan, Maine, signed, label verso. Frame size: 15 3/4" high, 21 3/4" wide.

Lot: 335 - Japanese Woodblock, Kiyoshi Saito

Frame size: 15 1/2" high, 21" wide.

Lot: 336 - Abstract Composition O/C

signed indistinct, dated "1961." Unframed: 30" high, 26" wide.

Lot: 337 - W/C "The Big Staff" - "Cheyenne Reservation"

signed "The Big Staff - Cheyenne Red River Res.", framed under glass, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 33" high, 25" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 338 - Federal Cherrywood Drop Leaf Pembroke Table

with unusual blocked foot and stretcher configuration. 27" high, 14" wide (closed) 37" (open), 37" deep.

Lot: 339 - Chinese Doucai Porcelain Bowl

likely Chien Lung period. 2 1/4" high, 4" diameter. A few tiny rim chips.

Lot: 340 - Queen Anne Maple/Pine Round Tap Table

with splayed turned leg stretcher base. 25 1/2" high, 31" wide, 30" deep.

Lot: 341 - Neoclassical Leaf Carved & Gadrooned Armoire

with two paneled doors, in as-found estate condition with cracks, chips, scuffs and various losses, please see photographs, lock plate signed. 70" high, 49 1/2" wide, 18" deep.

Lot: 342 - French Oval Marble Top Inlaid Brass Bound Table

fitted with pierced brass gallery, the frame with various inlay details. 21" high, 26" wide, 19" deep. Some repairs and expected age and use wear, loose veneers.

Lot: 343 - Group Chinese Pewter/Brass Items

including a pair of matching vases, an assortment of bird shaped trinket boxes in a variety of shapes, styles, and sizes, candlesticks, ash receivers, and planters. All pieces are made from pewter with brass

Lot: 344 - Gabonese Fang Wooden Figural Sculpture

of sitting boy. 8" high, 7" wide, 6" deep. Surface wear, loss to head and lower area at back.

Lot: 345 - M. Murk, Lithograph, White Owl

signed lower right "Martin C. Murk 94/850", framed under glass, Frame size: 28" high, 31" wide. Not examined out of frame. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 346 - European School Landscape, 1843 O/C

with inscription, foreground, signed initials and dated "1843." Frame size: 18" high, 23" wide.

Lot: 347 - Early Queen Anne Ball Foot Maple Chest

with tow over three drawer arrangement. 34 1/2" high, 36 1/2" wide, 20 1/2" deep. Expected age and use wear, some repairs.

Lot: 348 - NH Chippendale Carved Maple Six Drawer Tall Chest

with chip carved frieze and drop pendant, stained finish, 62" high, 39 1/2" wide, 19 1/2" deep. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 349 - Chinese Doucai Porcelain Bowl

likely Chien Lung period. 2" high, 3 1/2" wide. Tiny rim chip.

Lot: 350 - Early Maple/Pine Butterfly Drop Leaf Dining Table

with turned leg and stretcher base, butterfly leaf supports and a drawer. 27" high, 14" wide (closed) 42" (open), 39" deep.

Lot: 351 - Framed Group Three W/C Ducks on Birch Bark

signed verso Jane C. Crowell. Framed under glass, not examined out of frame. Frame size: 22 1/2" high, 13" wide. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 352 - Uruguayan Wood & Horn Cookie Mold

19" high, 15" wide, 2" deep. Use wear, surface wear, a few small edge losses, age cracks to five panels.

Lot: 353 - NE Sheraton Swell Front Chest

in old finish. 38" high, 40 1/2" wide, 19" deep. Some losses, please see photos.

Lot: 354 - Louis XV Style Carved Walnut 3 Chair Back Settee

back and seat caned, seat with cushion. 38 1/2" high, 64" wide, 23" deep. Minor repairs consistent with age, some minor damaged areas to cane on back.

Lot: 355 - Regency Large Round Pedestal Base Dining Table

19th century, 30" high, 60" diameter, some cracking and discoloration to top, repairs to legs.

Lot: 356 - Estate Group Assorted Porcelain Wares

comprising a pair of Salopian porcelain oval dishes; a Mason's Ironstone plate, a blue/white lidded jar; a small French "Creil" creamware plate; a Spode pearlware covered sauce tureen with underplate; an Ironstone

Lot: 357 - Chinese Red Iron Porcelain Bowl

likely Chien Lung period. 2 1/4" high, 3 3/4" wide.

Lot: 358 - Assembled Group Six Spanish Foot Side Chairs

41" high, 19 1/2" wide, 15" deep. Most with some repairs.

Lot: 359 - Pair Dutch Floral Still Life Paintings O/B

In the 17th century style, each signed "Jan P. Sents" Prob. Jan Petrus sents (Dutch 20th C.) Frame: 32" high, 27" wide.

Lot: 360 - Group Four West Central African Masks

the largest: 10 1/2" high, 7" wide. Surface wear, stains, losses.

Lot: 361 - Group Four Bowback Windsor Chairs

including one arm chair. Largest: 38" high, 21 1/2" wide, 21" deep.

Lot: 362 - Small Chinese B/W Porcelain Bowl Yuan Shen Mark

with box. The bowl: 1 1/2" high, 2 7/8" diameter. Box with tape repairs, three loose pieces in interior.

Lot: 363 - American Country Grain Painted Desk

in old brown/red grain paint, with shallow slant lid with lower stop, opening upward to reveal fitted well, and two long drawers below. 41" high, 39" wide, 23" deep. Expected age and use wear. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 364 - Chippendale Wall Mirror

41" high, 21" wide. Silvering loss, refinished, age cracks.

Lot: 365 - Group Four West Central African Masks

the largest 19" high, 10" wide. Surface wear, stains, losses.

Lot: 366 - Chinese Carved Polychromed Wood Reclining Buddha

with gilt painted accents. 18" high, 24" long, 12" deep. Some minor wear and slight cracking in wood. Weight about 50 lb.

Lot: 367 - Hepplewhite Inlaid Mahogany "D" Form Server

with raised, shaped back splash with inlaid panel. 39" high, 51 1/2" wide, 22" deep.

Lot: 368 - J. Callot, Two Framed Prints - Lady & Gentleman

signed LR and LL respectively, each 9 3/4" by 7" in a matted frame 13" by 15". Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 369 - Japanese Silver Incised Vase

with mark. 9 1/2" high, 5" wide. Five dents to body, several scratches. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, coins, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in the past.

Lot: 370 - Two Chinese Porcelain Wares

a famille rose bottle vase, and a small blue and white dish. Largest: 7 1/2" high, 4 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Estate.

Lot: 371 - Two Queen Anne Mirrors

Largest: 31 1/2" high, 13 1/2" wide. Silvering loss to mirrors, age cracks, small repairs, a couple small veneer losses.

Lot: 372 - Large Group Antique Boxes

Varying sizes and forms, including several inlaid examples,19th/20th C. 13 pieces. Largest: 12" high, 8" wide, 8" deep. Wear and small losses to some.

Lot: 373 - Haitian Loa Painting, Dieuseul Paul, Outsider Art

Dieuseul Paul (Haitian, 1952-2006), Haitian painting of three females. Frame size 25" by 25". Born in 1952 in Damiens, Haiti, he was a founding member of the Saint-Soleil group of artists, championed by Andre Malraux, Paul

Lot: 374 - Group Four Fan Back Windsor Side Chairs

including one brace-back side chair. Largest: 38" high, 22" wide, 19" deep.

Lot: 375 - Framed Engraving of George Washington

not examined out of frame. Frame size: 31" high, 23" wide. Sight size: 24 1/4" high, 17 1/4" wide. Foxing, toning, stains.

Lot: 376 - French Hard Pine Two Door Armoire

19th century, with scrolled and arched cornice. 93" high, 54" wide, 23" deep.

Lot: 377 - Italianate Style Carved & Gilded M/T Low Table

with elaborately carved apron and scroll carved legs, composite marble top with molded edge detail, formerly from the collection of Michael Jackson, with old repairs, regilding and later marble top, the top of laminated

Lot: 378 - Franklin Mint 1974 Gold Medal Portfolio of Western

containing nine bound prints of noteworthy artist's works. Print matted, various sizes, book 31" wide, 23" high. Provenance: Property of a Madison CT Estate.

Lot: 379 - CT Shaped Crest Yoke Back Arm Chair

with notch carved ears, black paint. 47" high, 24" wide, 19" deep.

Lot: 380 - Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Jardinere

trapezoid form with peony blossoms and inscription, 20th century. 9" high, 11" wide, 9" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 381 - Group Four Lighting Devices

Largest: 19 1/4" high, 8 1/2 wide, 5" deep. Paint wear, loss to tole; soiling, rust and bends, small dings to some.

Lot: 382 - Art Deco Brass Espresso Maker

12" high, 5" diameter, 10" deep.

Lot: 383 - Brazilian Cowhide Rug

8' long, 6' 10" wide. Some wear and folds evident.

Lot: 384 - Persian Area Rug

6' long, 4' wide. Heavy wear from use, see photos. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 385 - Persian Rug

likely Kashan, approximately 7' by 14'. Some wear and discoloration. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 386 - Persian Runner

with overall field floral design, 14' 7" by 2' 3". All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 387 - Persian Area Rug

6' 8" long, 3' 8" wide. Staining to middle and small spots on the lower half, bottom right corner loss. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 388 - Tribal Runner

in geometric pattern, 10' 5" by 2' 9". All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 389 - Persian Room Size Rug

6' 10' by 10' 7". Good condition, one small edge loss to left middle. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 390 - Afghan Room Size Rug

in red/rust tones, 9' 6" by 6' 2", with fray hole in end border and visible wear in field. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 391 - Room Size Persian Rug

16' 1" long, 9' 9" wide. Heavy fading to one side, end losses, wear, a few stains, see pictures. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 392 - Bokhara Room Size Rug

with blue ground. 10' 3" by 8' 3". Weaving irregularity in one border area. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 393 - Persian Area Rug

5' 1" long, 3' 6" wide. Slight end losses and wear. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 394 - Shirvan Rug

4' 3" by 5' 0". Likely 19th century, in estate condition with significant wear and losses, please see photos for condition. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 395 - Persian Bijar Rug

2' 9" by 5' 4". Many worn spots, small hole towards bottom, see pictures for detail. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 396 - Persian Room Size Rug

8' 5" by 11' 0". General wear overall, edge loss to left. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 397 - Art Deco Chinese Rug

in blue and tan tones, 4' 1" by 6' 0". All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 398 - Persian Area Rug

6' long, 3' 4" wide. Fading to top half, wear to bottom, end losses all around. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 399 - Shirvan Rug

3' 9" by 6' 8". Tear to top center, small hole towards bottom third middle, wear as seen in pictures. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 400 - Persian Room Size Rug

6' 11" by 10" 0". Two small stains in upper right field, stain to upper fringe, slight edge wear to all sides. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 401 - Northwest Persian Carpet

5' 3" long by 4' 1" wide. Age and use wear, some fraying. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Estate of Clyde Gatlin, Southbury CT.

Lot: 402 - Persian Area Rug

10' long, 6' 5 " wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 403 - Persian Room Size Rug

12' long, 9' wide. Edge losses to both sides, small scattered patches of wear. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Guilford CT Estate.

Lot: 404 - Room Size Modern Oriental Rug

in Sultanabad pattern/design, approximately 9' wide, 13' long. Slight wear. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 405 - Persian Area Rug

7' 5" long, 4' 8" wide. Fading, several spots of staining to bottom and middle, wear all around. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 406 - Two Small Persian Rugs

comprising an antique mat and vintage area rug, larger 50" by 32", light even wear to both, fringe loss to smaller. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 407 - Antique Persian Rug

of Sennah design, 5' 4" by 7' 6", quite worn overall with bare spots. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 408 - Antique Caucasian Rug

with royal blue field and pink border, approximately 4' by 6', some wear and bare areas. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 409 - Caucasian Rug

approximately 24" by 48", substantial wear and losses, in estate condition. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 410 - Persian Room Size Rug

12' 6" long, 9' 4" wide. Several stains throughout, fading to left side, discoloration to right. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 411 - Persian Area Rug

8' 6" long, 6' 6" wide. Fading to top half, overall wear. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 412 - Anatolian Mat

1' 9" by 3' 4". See photos for condition. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 413 - Caucasian Kazak Rug

in unusual design with bird botehs. 5' 1" by 10' 6". Wear to middle of field, edge loose to top fringe. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 414 - Persian Area Rug

8' long, 5' 5" wide. Scattered pile wear, especially to center. All rugs sold as is.




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