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European Furniture & Decorative Arts, Session

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  • A Louis XIII Walnut Cabinet

    A Louis XIII Walnut Cabinet

  • A Pair of Louis XIV Walnut Armchairs

    A Pair of Louis XIV Walnut Armchairs

  • A Louis XIV Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise

    A Louis XIV Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise

  • A Louis XIV Style Painted Bench

    A Louis XIV Style Painted Bench

Lot: 1 - A Louis XIII Walnut Cabinet

A Louis XIII Walnut Cabinet 18th Century Height 39 x width 52 x depth 25 1/4 inches.

Lot: 2 - A Pair of Louis XIV Walnut Armchairs

A Pair of Louis XIV Walnut Armchairs Late 17th/Early 18th Century Height 43 x width 22 x depth 24 inches. Provenance: Connoisseur Antiques, Los Angeles

Lot: 3 - A Louis XIV Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise Shell and Brass Marquetry Commode in the Manner of Andre-Charles Boulle

A Louis XIV Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise Shell and Brass Marquetry Commode in the Manner of Andre-Charles Boulle Early 18th Century Height 35 x width 39 1/2 x depth 19 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 4 - A Louis XIV Style Painted Bench

A Louis XIV Style Painted Bench Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 23 x width 68 x depth 25 inches.

Lot: 5 - A Regence Giltwood Bench

A Regence Giltwood Bench 18th Century Height 18 1/2 x width 45 1/2 x depth 18 1/2 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 6 - A Regence Giltwood Bergere

A Regence Giltwood Bergere 18th Century Height 35 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 7 - A Regence Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood and Tulipwood Marble-Top Commode by Charles-Joseph Dufour (French, 1740-circa 1780)

A Regence Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood and Tulipwood Marble-Top Commode by Charles-Joseph Dufour (French, 1740-circa 1780) 18th Century stamped C.I. Dufour. Height 33 x width 38 1/2 x depth 21 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Purchased at Louvres des Antiquaires, Paris, 1985

Lot: 8 - A Continental Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Commode

A Continental Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Commode 18th Century Height 37 1/4 x width 50 3/4 x depth 24 3/4 inches. Provenance: Atelier Branca, Chicago

Lot: 9 - A Regence Style Rosewood-Banded Walnut Marble-Top Commode

A Regence Style Rosewood-Banded Walnut Marble-Top Commode Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 35 1/2 x width 54 1/4 x depth 22 inches.

Lot: 10 - A Regence Style Giltwood Mirror

A Regence Style Giltwood Mirror 19th Century Height 78 x width 41 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection Provenance: Franya Waide Antiques, Atlanta

Lot: 11 - A Regence Style Giltwood Mirror

A Regence Style Giltwood Mirror Second Half 19th Century Height 59 x width 29 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Antonio's Antiques, San Francisco, 1984

Lot: 12 - A Louis XV Painted Canape with Needlepoint Tapestry Upholstery

A Louis XV Painted Canape with Needlepoint Tapestry Upholstery Circa 1750, the Tapestry 17th Century Height 42 x width 84 1/2 x depth 35 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's, London, circa 1995-99

Lot: 13 - A Louis XV Painted Ta´le Bracket Clock

A Louis XV Painted Ta´le Bracket Clock Circa 1760 Height overall 38 1/4 x width 17 inches.

Lot: 14 - A Pair of Louis XV Walnut Armchairs

A Pair of Louis XV Walnut Armchairs Mid-18th Century Height 36 1/2 x width 24 1/2 x depth 24 inches.

Lot: 15 - A Pair of Louis XV Carved Giltwood Bergeres

A Pair of Louis XV Carved Giltwood Bergeres Circa 1770 Height 36 x width 25 x depth 23 inches.

Lot: 16 - A Louis XV Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Commode

A Louis XV Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Commode Circa 1750 Height 33 x width 50 1/2 x depth 27 inches.

Lot: 17 - A French Provincial Carved Walnut Marble-Top Center Table

A French Provincial Carved Walnut Marble-Top Center Table 18th Century Height 37 x width 80 x depth 38 inches.

Lot: 18 - A Louis XV Kingwood Tric-Trac Table

A Louis XV Kingwood Tric-Trac Table Late 18th Century Height 28 x width 26 x depth 17 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 19 - A Louis XV Provincial Walnut Bureau Plat

A Louis XV Provincial Walnut Bureau Plat Late 18th/Early 19th Century Height 30 1/2 x width 62 1/4 x depth 27 1/4 inches.

Lot: 20 - A French Provincial Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps

A French Provincial Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps 18th Century Height 81 x width 51 1/2 x depth 24 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 21 - A Louis XV Provincial Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps

A Louis XV Provincial Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps 18th Century Height 115 x width 64 x depth 26 inches. Provenance: John J. Nelson Antiques, Los Angeles, June 1998

Lot: 22 - A Louis XV Style Carved Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps

A Louis XV Style Carved Walnut Buffet a  Deux Corps 19th Century Height 105 x width 73 x depth 28 inches. Property From the Historic Schweppe Mansion, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 23 - Francisque Joseph Duret (French, 1804-1865)

Francisque Joseph Duret (French, 1804-1865) Vendangeur improvisant sur un sujet comique (Improvisatore)bronze signed F. Duret and with stamped Delafontaine foundry markHeight 22 inches. Property from a Private Family Collection

Lot: 24 - Jean-Jacques Feuchere (French, 1807-1852)

Jean-Jacques Feuchere (French, 1807-1852) Amazone domptant un cheval, 1843 bronze signed Feuchere and dated Height 16 1/2 x width 19 x depth 8 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Family Collection

Lot: 25 - Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French, 1827-1875)

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French, 1827-1875) Le jeune pecheur a  la coquille bronze signed JB Carpeaux and with Propriete Carpeaux stamp Height 35 1/2 x width 15 5/8 x depth 18 5/8 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's, London, 6 June 2014, Lot 157 Literature: M. Poletti and A. Richarme, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux sculpteur: Catalogue raisonne de l'oeuvre edite, Paris, 2003, no. SA 9, p. 63 Property from the Estate of Howard and Irene Stein, Atlanta, Georgia

Lot: 26 - Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier (French, 1827-1905)

Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier (French, 1827-1905) Jeune fille des environs de Rome marble signed Cordier on proper-right sleeve Height 28 1/2 x width 21 inches. Provenance: Sale of Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier's Studio, Ha´tel Drouot, Paris, 21 January 1865, no. 32; re-acquired by Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier from the above auction. Sotheby's, London, 21 May 2014, Lot 69. Exhibited: Musee d'Orsay, Paris, Charles Cordier (1827-1905), sculpteur: l'autre et l'ailleurs, 2 February-2 May 2004, no. 27 Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec, Quebec City, Charles Cordier (1827-1905), sculpteur: l'autre et l'ailleurs, 10 June-6 September 2004, no. 27 Dahesh Museum of Art, New York, Facing the Other: Charles Cordier (1827-1905), Ethnographic Sculptor, 12 October 2004-9 January 2005 Literature: Jeanine Durand-Revillon, "Un promoteur de la sculpture polychrome sous le Second Empire, Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier (1827-1905)," Bulletin de la Societe de l'histoire de l'art francais, session of 6 February 1982, 1984, no. 122, p. 196 Laure de Margerie and a‰. Papet, eds., Charles Cordier (1827-1905), sculpteur: l'autre et l'ailleurs [Facing the Other: Charles Cordier (1827-1905), Ethnographic Sculptor], exh. cat. Musee d'Orsay, Paris; Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec, Quebec City; Dahesh Museum of Art, New York, pp. 38-39, 182, no. 27, no. 323 Property from the Estate of Howard and Irene Stein, Atlanta, Georgia

Lot: 27 - Benedict Rougelet (French, 1834-1894)

Benedict Rougelet (French, 1834-1894) Baigneuse et Chaton marble signed Rougelet Paris Height 30 inches.

Lot: 28 - A Louis XV Style Carved Giltwood Fauteuil

A Louis XV Style Carved Giltwood Fauteuil 19th Century Height 41 1/2 x width 28 x depth 25 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 29 - A Set of Ten Louis XV Style Painted Oak Dining Chairs with Velvet Upholstery

A Set of Ten Louis XV Style Painted Oak Dining Chairs with Velvet Upholstery Circa 1880 Height 42 1/2 x width 20 x depth 18 inches.

Lot: 30 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Secretaire a  Abattant in the Manner of Jean-Pierre Latz

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Secretaire a  Abattant in the Manner of Jean-Pierre Latz 19th Century Height 54 x width 36 x depth 17 inches.

Lot: 31 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Marble-Top Occasional Table

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Marble-Top Occasional Table 19th Century with a breche d'alep marble top. Height 29 x width 33 x depth 19 inches.

Lot: 32 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Flip-Top Table by Francois Linke

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Flip-Top Table by Francois Linke Paris, Second Half 19th Century the proper-left rear mount stamped F. Linke. Height 29 3/4 x diameter of top 40 1/2 inches (open). Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 33 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Bureau Plat by Francois Linke

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Bureau Plat by Francois Linke Paris, Second Half 19th Century the proper-left front mount stamped F. Linke. Height 30 x width 42 x depth 25 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 34 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Tulipwood Flip-Top Writing Table

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Tulipwood Flip-Top Writing Table Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 30 1/2 x width 35 1/2 x depth 17 3/4 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 35 - A French Gilt Bronze Mirror in the Manner of Francois Linke

A French Gilt Bronze Mirror in the Manner of Francois Linke Late 19th Century Height 32 7/8 x width 22 1/8 inches.

Lot: 36 - A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Figural Ten-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Figural Ten-Light Candelabra Late 19th Century Height 34 inches.

Lot: 37 - A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Figural Three-Light Sconces

A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Figural Three-Light Sconces First Half 20th Century Height 18 x width 14 7/8 inches.

Lot: 38 - A Louis XV Style Giltwood and Vernis Martin Vitrine

A Louis XV Style Giltwood and Vernis Martin Vitrine Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 56 x width 27 x depth 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Professor Ethan D. Alyea, Jr., Bloomington, Indiana

Lot: 39 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Vernis Martin Vitrine

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Vernis Martin Vitrine Early 20th Century with two glass shelves. Height 76 x width 39 inches. Property From the Historic Schweppe Mansion, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 40 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Giltwood Vitrine Cabinet

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Giltwood Vitrine Cabinet Mid-20th Century with two glass shelves. Height 74 x width 30 x depth 18 inches. Property From the Historic Schweppe Mansion, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 41 - A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Pedestals

A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Pedestals Early 20th Century Height 56 x width 17 x depth 17 inches.

Lot: 42 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Commode

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Marble-Top Commode Early 20th Century Height 33 1/4 x width 35 3/4 x depth 19 1/4 inches.

Lot: 43 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marble-Top Commode

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marble-Top Commode Early 20th Century Height 37 x width 50 x depth 22 1/2 inches.

Lot: 44 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Commode

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Commode Mid-20th Century Height 35 x width 55 x depth 23 inches. Property From the Historic Schweppe Mansion, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 45 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Metal Mounted Marquetry Bureau a  Cylindre

A Louis XV Style Gilt Metal Mounted Marquetry Bureau a  Cylindre 20th Century Height 57 1/2 x width 63 x depth 36 inches. Property From the Historic Schweppe Mansion, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 46 - A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Secretaire a  Abattant in the Manner of Jean-Pierre Latz

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Secretaire a  Abattant in the Manner of Jean-Pierre Latz 20th Century Height 58 x width 43 x depth 16 3/4 inches.

Lot: 47 - A Pair of Louis XVI Beechwood Fauteuils

A Pair of Louis XVI Beechwood Fauteuils 18th Century Height 36 x width 23 1/2 x depth 20 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 48 - A Pair of Louis XVI Carved Walnut Fauteuils

A Pair of Louis XVI Carved Walnut Fauteuils 18th Century Height 40 x width 27 x depth 24 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 49 - A Louis XVI Carved Walnut Seating Suite with Petit Point Upholstery

A Louis XVI Carved Walnut Seating Suite with Petit Point Upholstery Circa 1790 Height of settee 40 x width 49 x depth 22 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 50 - A Louis XVI White-Painted Beechwood Settee

A Louis XVI White-Painted Beechwood Settee Circa 1790 Height 40 3/4 x width 65 x depth 24 inches.

Lot: 51 - A Louis XVI Painted Bergere and Bout-de-Pied

A Louis XVI Painted Bergere and Bout-de-Pied Late 18th Century Height of bergere 37 1/2 x width 28 x depth 24 inches.

Lot: 52 - A Louis XVI Grey-Painted Fauteuil

A Louis XVI Grey-Painted Fauteuil Late 18th/Early 19th Century with Old World Weavers Hele Bay upholstery. Height 36 x width 22 1/2 x depth 24 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Detroit, Michigan

Lot: 53 - An Over-Sized Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Semainier

An Over-Sized Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Semainier Circa 1770 Height 70 1/2 x width 54 x depth 21 inches.

Lot: 54 - A Louis XVI Kingwood and Marquetry Jardiniere

A Louis XVI Kingwood and Marquetry Jardiniere Circa 1780 Height 27 1/2 x width 17 x depth 12 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Van Ham Kunstauktionen, Cologne, Germany, 29 June 2006

Lot: 55 - A Pair of Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Encoignures by Charles Topino (French, 1742-1803)

A Pair of Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Encoignures by Charles Topino (French, 1742-1803) Circa 1780 each stamped C. TOPINO JME. Height 32 x width 30 x depth 21 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's London, October 1997

Lot: 56 - A Louis XVI Marble-Top Commode

A Louis XVI Marble-Top Commode Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 34 x width 31 x depth 16 1/2 inches.

Lot: 57 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Metal Mounted Walnut Vitrine Cabinets

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Metal Mounted Walnut Vitrine Cabinets Maison Forest, Paris, Late 19th/Early 20th Century the lockplates stamped Forest a  Paris. Height 81 1/2 x width 48 1/2 x depth 16 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 58 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Marquetry Marble-Top Side Tables

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Marquetry Marble-Top Side Tables 19th Century Height 28 x width 20 1/2 x depth 15 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 59 - A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Serving Table

A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Serving Table Circa 1900 with a later glass top. Height 32 1/4 x width 30 1/4 x depth 20 5/8 inches.

Lot: 60 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Giltwood Fauteuils

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Giltwood Fauteuils First Half 20th Century Height 43 x width 28 x depth 24 inches.

Lot: 61 - A Louis XVI Style Giltwood Parlor Suite

A Louis XVI Style Giltwood Parlor Suite 20th Century comprising a canape and four armchairs. Height of canape 40 x width 49 x depth 26 inches.

Lot: 62 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt and Patinated Bronze Wall Brackets

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt and Patinated Bronze Wall Brackets 19th Century Height 22 1/4 x width 8 1/2 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 63 - A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Candelabra Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 25 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 64 - A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Barometer

A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Barometer Jean-Baptiste Delettrez, 19th Century Height 19 inches. Property from the Estate of Bernita Buncher, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Lot: 65 - A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Annular Clock

A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Annular Clock Late 19th/Early 20th Century the continuous figural scene inscribed H.H.V.F.R. Height 18 inches.

Lot: 66 - A Pair of Directoire Walnut Bergeres

A Pair of Directoire Walnut Bergeres Late 18th/Early 19th Century Height 36 x width 25 x depth 20 3/4 inches.

Lot: 67 - A Pair of Directoire Painted and Parcel Gilt Fauteuils and a Directoire Painted and Parcel Gilt Bergere

A Pair of Directoire Painted and Parcel Gilt Fauteuils and a Directoire Painted and Parcel Gilt Bergere Circa 1800 Height of each 35 1/2 inches.

Lot: 68 - A Set of Six French Painted "Montgolfier" Dining Chairs

A Set of Six French Painted "Montgolfier" Dining Chairs 19th Century Height 36 1/2 x width 18 1/2 x depth 22 inches.

Lot: 69 - Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902)

Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902) Bacchus consolant Ariadne, circa 1890-1892, cast later bronze signed Dalou, with Cire Perdue A.A. Hebrard foundry mark and numbered 4 Height 9 1/2 inches. Exhibited: High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, Toulouse Lautrec & Friends: The Irene and Howard Stein Collection, 29 January-1 May 2011 Property from the Estate of Howard and Irene Stein, Atlanta, Georgia

Lot: 70 - Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902)

Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902) Femme nue assise dans un fauteuil et retirant son bas, circa 1875-1880, cast later bronze signed Dalou, with stamped Makers/ Hatfield & Son/ London foundry mark and numbered 1/6 Height 7 1/4 inches. Note: Compare to a nearly identical example acquired by the Tate in 1966 from the collection of Nadia Nerina (reference no. T00825), which was one of six numbered casts made in 1965 from an unsigned plaster model purchased by Nerina from the Sculptures by Jules Dalou (1838-1902) exhibition at Mallett at Bourdon House in London in 1964. The unsigned plaster model from Mallett was cast after a terracotta maquette in the collection of the Petit Palais, musee des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris (no. PPS217). Nerina's sculpture in the Tate's collection is numbered 2/6 and similarly stamped with a Makers/ Hatfield & Son/ London foundry mark. The present casting is likely from the same edition of six. Provenance: Likely Collection of Nadia Gordon, nee Nerina Collection of Arthur M. Sackler, New York Sold Sotheby's, New York, Important European Terracotta & Bronze Sculpture from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, 29 January 2010, Lot 532 Exhibited: Mallett at Bourdon House, Ltd. London, Sculptures by Jules Dalou (1838-1902), 28 April-9 May 1964 High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, Toulouse Lautrec & Friends: The Irene and Howard Stein Collection, 29 January-1 May 2011 Property from the Estate of Howard and Irene Stein, Atlanta, Georgia

Lot: 71 - Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902)

Aime-Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902) Femme nue assise, sans bras bronze signed Dalou, inscribed M, and with Cire Perdue A.A. Hebrard foundry mark Height of bronze 11 3/4 inches. Provenance: Descendants of Hebrard Heim Gallery, London Collection of Nadia Gordon, nee Nerina Heim Gallery, London Collection of Arthur M. Sackler, New York Sold Sotheby's, New York, Important European Terracotta & Bronze Sculpture from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, 29 January, 2010, Lot 527 Exhibited: London, Mallett at Bourdon House, Ltd., Sculptures by Jules Dalou (1838-1902), 28 April-9 May 1964, no. 26, p. 17Galerie Delestre, Paris, Jules Dalou (1838-1902), 1976, no. 37 Note: Cast from the artist's original wax model, the present bronze was conceived as a study for the figure allegorical of Justice in a larger figural group titled Monument a  la Justice. Intended for the Salon Delacroix of the Palais Bourbon in Paris, Dalou's Monument a  la Justice was never completed. A polychromed plaster and wood maquette of the figural group resides in the collection of the Petit Palais, musee des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris (no. 336), in addition to a plaster maquette very similar to the present lot (no. 227). Property from the Estate of Howard and Irene Stein, Atlanta, Georgia

Lot: 72 - After Albert-Ernest Carrier Belleuse (French, 1824-1887)

After Albert-Ernest Carrier Belleuse (French, 1824-1887) Harmonie bronze inscribed A. Carrier Belleuse/ Hors Concours Height overall 31 5/8 inches.

Lot: 73 - Emmanuel Villanis (French, 1858-1914)

Emmanuel Villanis (French, 1858-1914) Prise de Corsaire bronze signed E. Villanis and with Societe des Bronzes de Paris seal, further numbered W 8872 Height overall 34 1/4 inches.

Lot: 74 - A Patinated Bronze Figural Lamp with Iridescent Glass Shades after Hippolyte Francois Moreau (French, 1832-1927)

A Patinated Bronze Figural Lamp with Iridescent Glass Shades after Hippolyte Francois Moreau (French, 1832-1927) 20th Century Ara´me, inscribed Hip. Moreau. Height overall 52 3/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 75 - After Antonin-Clair Forestier (French, 1865-1912)

After Antonin-Clair Forestier (French, 1865-1912) Beatrix bronze inscribed A. Forestier and titled Height overall 34 inches.

Lot: 76 - A Pair of Directoire Painted and Parcel Ebonized Daybeds

A Pair of Directoire Painted and Parcel Ebonized Daybeds Early 19th Century Height 45 x width 72 1/2 x depth 33 inches.

Lot: 77 - A Directoire Style Painted Bed with Baldachin

A Directoire Style Painted Bed with Baldachin 19th Century Height of sideboards 46 x width 31 1/2 inches; height to top of baldachin 88 inches. Provenance: Le Trianon Fine Art & Antiques, Sheffield, Massachusetts

Lot: 78 - A Directoire Style Mahogany Console Desserte

A Directoire Style Mahogany Console Desserte 20th Century Height 31 1/4 x width 41 3/4 x depth 14 1/4 inches.

Lot: 79 - A Directoire Parcel Gilt and Patinated Bronze Pendule l'Afrique, After the Model by Jean-Simon Deverberie (French, 1784-1824)

A Directoire Parcel Gilt and Patinated Bronze Pendule l'Afrique, After the Model by Jean-Simon Deverberie (French, 1784-1824) Early 19th Century the dial signed Vallette a  Paris, the seated huntress personifying Africa and flanked by a panther and turtle, the movement stamped M, B and 9240, further inscribed 15. Height 17 1/4 x width 14 1/2 x depth 6 1/4 inches.

Lot: 80 - A Directoire Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock

A Directoire Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock 19th Century with a glass cloche, the dial signed La Follie Jeune a  Paris. Height of clock 13 x width 8 x depth 4 inches. Property from the Estate of David Villa, Madison, Wisconsin

Lot: 81 - An Empire Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Pier Table

An Empire Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Pier Table Circa 1825 Height 32 1/2 x width 31 1/2 x depth 17 inches.

Lot: 82 - An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Secretaire a  Abattant

An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Mahogany Marble-Top Secretaire a  Abattant 19th Century Height 55 1/2 x width 40 1/2 x depth 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 83 - An Empire Style Parcel Gilt Mahogany Marble-Top Center Table

An Empire Style Parcel Gilt Mahogany Marble-Top Center Table 19th Century Height 28 x diameter of top 31 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 84 - An Empire Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Twelve-Light Chandelier

An Empire Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Twelve-Light Chandelier Circa 1840 Height 48 x diameter 33 5/8 inches.

Lot: 85 - A Pair of Empire Style Gilt Bronze Figural Candelabra

A Pair of Empire Style Gilt Bronze Figural Candelabra After the Model by Pierre-Philippe Thomire, 19th Century mounted as lamps. Height overall 43 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection Provenance: Clements Auction Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Lot: 86 - A Pair of Empire Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Empire Style Gilt Bronze Six-Light Candelabra Late 19th Century Height 24 7/8 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 87 - A Pair of Empire Style Gilt and Patinated Bronze Four-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Empire Style Gilt and Patinated Bronze Four-Light Candelabra Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height overall 25 1/2 inches.

Lot: 88 - A Pair of Empire Style Giltwood Five-Light Torcheres

A Pair of Empire Style Giltwood Five-Light Torcheres 20th Century Height 70 inches.

Lot: 89 - A Pair of Empire Style Silvered Metal Figural Five-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Empire Style Silvered Metal Figural Five-Light Candelabra 20th Century Height 42 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 90 - Isaak Duchemin (Fl. 19th Century) after Massimiliano Soldani Benzi (Italian, 1656-1740)

Isaak Duchemin (Fl. 19th Century) after Massimiliano Soldani Benzi (Italian, 1656-1740) After the Antique, Late 19th Century Dancing Faun with Cymbals bronze inscribed DUCHEMIN on base Height overall 24 inches. Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois

Lot: 91 - After Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828)

After Jean-Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828) 20th Century L'ecorche bronze Height 30 3/4 inches.

Lot: 92 - A Pair of French Bronze Figures Cast by Victor Paillard Foundry

A Pair of French Bronze Figures Cast by Victor Paillard Foundry Late 19th Century each stamped Vor. Paillard/ a  Paris/ Fant. de Bronzes. Height 40 inches.

Lot: 93 - After Guillaume Coustou the Elder (French, 1677-1746)

After Guillaume Coustou the Elder (French, 1677-1746) Late 19th/Early 20th Century Marly Horses and Attendants (a pair of works) bronze each inscribed Coustou Height 21 inches.

Lot: 94 - A Charles X Line Inlaid Rosewood Center Table with Marquetry Depicting Suits of Armor

A Charles X Line Inlaid Rosewood Center Table with Marquetry Depicting Suits of Armor Circa 1830 Height 27 3/4 x diameter of top 32 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 95 - A Charles X Line Inlaid Rosewood Octagonal Occasional Table in the Gothic Taste

A Charles X Line Inlaid Rosewood Octagonal Occasional Table in the Gothic Taste Circa 1830 Height 26 1/4 x width of top 13 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 96 - A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Vitrine Table

A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Vitrine Table Circa 1900 Height 30 x width 33 x depth 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois

Lot: 97 - A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Low Table by Jean-Maurice Rothschild (French, 1902-1998)

A French Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Low Table by Jean-Maurice Rothschild (French, 1902-1998) Circa 1945 Height 19 x width of top 46 inches.

Lot: 98 - A Louis Philippe Walnut Dining Table

A Louis Philippe Walnut Dining Table 19th Century with two additional leaves. Height 28 1/2 x width 50 (without leaves) x depth 55 inches.

Lot: 99 - A Louis Philippe Walnut Marble-Top Chest of Drawers

A Louis Philippe Walnut Marble-Top Chest of Drawers 19th Century the marble top associated. Height 36 1/2 x width 49 1/2 x depth 22 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 100 - A Louis Philippe Brass Inlaid Mahogany Marble-Top Serving Cabinet

A Louis Philippe Brass Inlaid Mahogany Marble-Top Serving Cabinet 19th Century Height 41 1/2 x width 76 x depth 21 inches.

Lot: 101 - A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze and Tortoise Shell Mounted Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock

A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze and Tortoise Shell Mounted Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock 19th Century the movement signed and dated MEDAILLE D'ARGENT VINCENTI 1855 and further numbered. Height 12 1/4 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 102 - A Napoleon III Style Gilt Bronze and Porcelain Mounted Cabinet

A Napoleon III Style Gilt Bronze and Porcelain Mounted Cabinet 19th Century Height 47 x width 38 x depth 15 1/2 inches.

Lot: 103 - A Napoleon III Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Boulle Marquetry Flip-Top Table

A Napoleon III Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Boulle Marquetry Flip-Top Table Late 19th Century Height 30 x width 33 1/2 x depth 18 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 104 - A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise Shell and Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock

A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Mounted Tortoise Shell and Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock Dial Signed Masson A Paris 19th Century the movement further inscribed Masson Paris. Height 18 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Antonio's Antiques, San Francisco, 1986

Lot: 105 - A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Mounted Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock

A Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Mounted Boulle Marquetry Bracket Clock Dial Signed Worms-Masse, Paris, Circa 1870 the movement further inscribed E.B. and numbered. Height 18 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 106 - A French Gilt Bronze and Pietra Dura Mantel Clock

A French Gilt Bronze and Pietra Dura Mantel Clock 19th Century the movement stamped 326 and 52. Height 14 1/2 x width 10 1/2 x depth 6 inches. Provenance: J. Duffy Jewelers, Phoenix, Arizona

Lot: 107 - A French Gilt Bronze Figural Mantel Clock

A French Gilt Bronze Figural Mantel Clock Late 19th Century the movement stamped Tiffany & Co./ Made in France. Height 17 1/4 x width 13 5/8 inches.

Lot: 108 - A French Gilt and Patinated Bronze Figural Mantel Clock

A French Gilt and Patinated Bronze Figural Mantel Clock Raingo Freres, Paris, Late 19th Century; The Case by Henri Picard the dial signed Raingo Fres. a  Paris, the case stamped 9/962 and H. Picard. Height 14 x width 17 3/4 inches.

Lot: 109 - A Pair of French Gilt Bronze Military Figures after Armand Jules Leveel (French, 1821-1905)

A Pair of French Gilt Bronze Military Figures after Armand Jules Leveel (French, 1821-1905) Cast by Susse Freres, Late 19th Century one example inscribed 32eme Demi-Brigade 1794 and Un Contre Dix on the flag, the other inscribed Vieille Garde; each inscribed A. LEVEEL and with Susse Fres Edtr. foundry mark. Height of taller example 17 inches.

Lot: 110 - Attributed to Pierre Mignard (French, 1612-1695)

Attributed to Pierre Mignard (French, 1612-1695) Madame de Montespan (1640-1707) as Diana oil on canvas inscribed Francoise-Athenaes de Rochechouart - Marquise de Montespan - Par Mignard (lower center, in a later hand) and SEMPER ARDENTES/ ACVUENS SAGITTAS/ COTE CRVENTA (lower right) 46 3/8 x 63 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois

Lot: 111 - French School, 18th Century

French School, 18th Century Two Ladies with Sheet Music and a Guitar oil on canvas 17 7/8 x 22 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 112 - Adolphe-Paul-a‰mile Balfourier (French, 1816-1876)

Adolphe-Paul-a‰mile Balfourier (French, 1816-1876) Paysage Andalou oil on canvas signed AD. Balfourier (lower left) 50 1/4 x 78 3/8 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection Provenance: Philip Maia Antiques, Dallas, Texas, 2007 Sold: Marc-Arthur Kohn, Paris, 7 July 2005, Lot 18

Lot: 113 - Pauline Madeleine Augustin, nee du Cruet (French, 1781-1865)

Pauline Madeleine Augustin, nee du Cruet (French, 1781-1865) Portrait Miniature of a Woman watercolor and gouache on ivory signed Pauline Augustin (lower right) Diameter 2 3/8 inches (sight). Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois

Lot: 114 - A French Gilt Metal Mounted Marble Three-Piece Clock Garniture

A French Gilt Metal Mounted Marble Three-Piece Clock Garniture Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height of mantel clock 24 1/2 x width 16 x depth 5 inches. Provenance: Conrad's Interiors, Elmwood Park, Illinois

Lot: 115 - A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Clock Garniture Retailed by Tiffany & Co.

A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Clock Garniture Retailed by Tiffany & Co. Early 20th Century the dial signed Tiffany & Co./ New York, the movement stamped Tiffany & Co./ New York and numbered 9000. Height of mantel clock 16 1/2 inches; height of candelabra 11 inches.

Lot: 116 - A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Figural Mantel Clock

A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Figural Mantel Clock Early 20th Century the movement stamped Henry Paris and numbered 655. Height 10 7/8 x width 5 3/8 inches.

Lot: 117 - A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Clock Garniture Retailed by Tiffany and Co.

A French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Clock Garniture Retailed by Tiffany and Co. Early 20th Century the dial marked Tiffany & Co. New York, the movement stamped Made in France and numbered 64, the pair of six-light candelabra apparently unmarked. Height of mantel clock 18 1/2 inches; height of candelabra 25 1/2 inches.

Lot: 118 - A French Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Sixteen-Light Chandelier

A French Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Sixteen-Light Chandelier Late 19th Century Height 49 1/2 x diameter 27 3/4 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 119 - A French Gilt Bronze and Glass Twenty-Light Chandelier

A French Gilt Bronze and Glass Twenty-Light Chandelier 20th Century Height 46 1/2 x diameter 36 inches. Property from the Collection of George Korkos, Elm Grove, Wisconsin

Lot: 120 - A French Gilt Bronze and Chinese Porcelain Four-Light Candelabrum

A French Gilt Bronze and Chinese Porcelain Four-Light Candelabrum 19th Century Height 18 inches.

Lot: 121 - A Pair of French Gilt Bronze Figural Three-Light Candelabra

A Pair of French Gilt Bronze Figural Three-Light Candelabra 19th Century Height 24 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 122 - A Pair of French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Five-Light Candelabra

A Pair of French Gilt Bronze and Champleve Five-Light Candelabra 19th Century Height 17 1/2 inches.

Lot: 123 - A Pair of French Gilt and Patinated Bronze Figural Chenets

A Pair of French Gilt and Patinated Bronze Figural Chenets Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 14 x width 11 1/4 inches.

Lot: 124 - A French Gilt Brass and Champleve Mantel Clock Retailed by Tiffany & Co.

A French Gilt Brass and Champleve Mantel Clock Retailed by Tiffany & Co. Circa 1900 the movement stamped A.1/ Tiffany & Co./ New York and with Japy Freres & Cie Medaille d'Honneur seal, further stamped Made in France/ 7764 411. Height 12 1/4 x width 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 125 - A French Gilt Bronze and Painted Porcelain Clock Garniture

A French Gilt Bronze and Painted Porcelain Clock Garniture 20th Century the movement stamped both G.F. and F.D. in a cartouche, the porcelain mounts each initialed M.J. and numbered 73 in iron red. Height of mantel clock 19 1/4 x width 10 5/8 inches; height of urns 16 1/2 inches.

Lot: 126 - A French Gilt Bronze, Onyx and Champleve Center Bowl

A French Gilt Bronze, Onyx and Champleve Center Bowl Early 20th Century apparently unmarked. Height 11 3/8 x width 13 1/4 inches.

Lot: 128 - A Pair of French Gothic Revival Painted and Parcel Gilt Pedestals

A Pair of French Gothic Revival Painted and Parcel Gilt Pedestals Circa 1880 Height 47 1/2 x width of top 18 1/2 x depth 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 129 - A French Steel and Marble Console Table

A French Steel and Marble Console Table Circa 1930 Height 35 1/4 x width 88 x depth 18 1/4 inches. Provenance: Richard Himmel Inc., Chicago

Lot: 130 - A Pair of French Neoclassical Patinated Bronze Torcheres with Custom Silk Shades

A Pair of French Neoclassical Patinated Bronze Torcheres with Custom Silk Shades Late 19th Century Height 61 1/2 x diameter of shades 19 inches.

Lot: 131 - A Pair of French Neoclassical Silvered Bronze Telescoping Floor Lamps

A Pair of French Neoclassical Silvered Bronze Telescoping Floor Lamps Circa 1880 Height 64 1/2 x diameter of shades 19 1/2 inches.

Lot: 132 - A Neoclassical Gilt and Gesso Mirror

A Neoclassical Gilt and Gesso Mirror 19th Century Height 55 x width 31 1/2 inches. Property from a Prominent Midwest Estate

Lot: 133 - A Limoges Enamel Plaque

A Limoges Enamel Plaque 18th/19th Century depicting a battle scene below the motto Vini Vidi Vici, signed I.R./ Limoges/ 1557 in the lower-right corner. Plaque: 12 1/4 x 10 inches. Property from a Chicago Collector

Lot: 134 - A Pair of French Leaded and Stained Glass Windows by Theophile-Hippolyte Laumonnerie (French, 1863-1924)

A Pair of French Leaded and Stained Glass Windows by Theophile-Hippolyte Laumonnerie (French, 1863-1924) 1922 signed T. Laumonnerie and dated. Height of each frame 87 x width 24 inches.

Lot: 135 - A Sevres Style Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock

A Sevres Style Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock Late 19th/Early 20th Century the dial marked Edward & Sons/ Paris. Height 21 1/4 x width 14 inches.

Lot: 136 - A Pair of Sevres Style Gilt Metal Mounted Porcelain Urns

A Pair of Sevres Style Gilt Metal Mounted Porcelain Urns Late 19th/Early 20th Century each signed indistinctly, with spurious crossed arrows in underglaze blue and inscribed Made in France in iron red to the underside. Height 18 inches.

Lot: 137 - A Pair of Sevres Style Gilt Metal Mounted Porcelain Urns

A Pair of Sevres Style Gilt Metal Mounted Porcelain Urns 20th Century each signed Lyse, the undersides bearing spurious interlaced Ls enclosing a D. Height 27 1/4 inches.

Lot: 138 - A French Metallic Thread Embroidered Banner

A French Metallic Thread Embroidered Banner Circa 1750 Height 92 x width 48 inches. Provenance: Alain Michel, Brussels

Lot: 139 - A French Wool Tapestry in the Manner of Gobelins

A French Wool Tapestry in the Manner of Gobelins 19th Century 5 feet 5 inches x 7 feet 2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Shiraz Gallery, Naples, Florida, 1998

Lot: 140 - A French Painted Scenic Wallpaper Panel

A French Painted Scenic Wallpaper Panel Late 19th/Early 20th Century 57 5/8 x 40 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Detroit, Michigan

Lot: 141 - A French Scenic Wallpaper Four-Panel Screen

A French Scenic Wallpaper Four-Panel Screen 20th Century Height 90 x width of each panel 28 inches. Property from the Collection of George R. Bruha, Chicago, Illinois Provenance: Acquired from Dale Edmunds Interiors and Floor Fashions, Burr Ridge, Illinois, 29 July 1995

Lot: 142 - A Florentine Gilt Bronze and Specimen Marble-Mounted Ebonized Cabinet on Stand

A Florentine Gilt Bronze and Specimen Marble-Mounted Ebonized Cabinet on Stand 17th Century Height 76 x width 51 1/4 x depth 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Agnes T. Schilz, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lot: 143 - An Italian Polychrome Painted Cassone

An Italian Polychrome Painted Cassone The Case 17th/18th Century; The Decoration Likely 19th Century Height 22 1/2 x width 69 1/4 x depth 21 3/4 inches. Provenance: Collection of Dino D'Angelo, prominent Chicago attorney, real estate investor and owner of the Civic Opera Building from 1983-1991

Lot: 144 - An Italian Carved Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table

An Italian Carved Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table Circa 1750 Height 34 1/2 x width 53 1/2 x depth 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 145 - A Pair of Italian Baroque Giltwood Onyx-Top Console Tables

A Pair of Italian Baroque Giltwood Onyx-Top Console Tables Circa 1800 Height 31 x width 27 x depth 14 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Antonio's Antiques, San Francisco, 1986

Lot: 146 - A Pair of Italian Baroque Style Giltwood Mirrors

A Pair of Italian Baroque Style Giltwood Mirrors 19th Century Height 35 x width 18 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Antonio's Antiques, San Francisco, 1986

Lot: 147 - An Italian Baroque Walnut and Parquetry Commode

An Italian Baroque Walnut and Parquetry Commode Late 17th/Early 18th Century Height 35 x width 44 1/2 x depth 20 1/2 inches.

Lot: 148 - An Italian Walnut and Marquetry Dressing Table

An Italian Walnut and Marquetry Dressing Table 18th Century Height 31 x width 33 x depth 18 inches.

Lot: 149 - An Italian Walnut and Marquetry Slant-Front Bureau

An Italian Walnut and Marquetry Slant-Front Bureau 18th Century Height 44 x width 48 x depth 22 inches.

Lot: 150 - An Italian Walnut Serving Cabinet and Hanging a‰tagere

An Italian Walnut Serving Cabinet and Hanging a‰tagere 18th Century Height of buffet 30 x width 88 x depth 24 inches. Provenance: Nina Schwimmer Antiques, Los Angeles

Lot: 151 - A Set of Four Italian Cream-Painted and Parcel Gilt Armchairs

A Set of Four Italian Cream-Painted and Parcel Gilt Armchairs 18th Century Height 40 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 152 - A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Lyre-Back Armchairs

A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Lyre-Back Armchairs 18th Century Height 38 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 153 - A Pair of Venetian Painted and Parcel Gilt Armchairs

A Pair of Venetian Painted and Parcel Gilt Armchairs Circa 1780 Height 34 1/2 x width 25 1/2 x depth 19 1/2 inches.

Lot: 154 - A Pair of Northern Italian Giltwood Sofas with Griffin Supports

A Pair of Northern Italian Giltwood Sofas with Griffin Supports Circa 1815 Height 34 x width 68 x depth 21 1/2 inches. Provenance: Koller Auctions, Zurich, 2000

Lot: 155 - A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Stools

A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Stools Early 19th Century Height 19 x width 19 1/2 x depth 13 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 156 - An Italian Carved Walnut Sofa

An Italian Carved Walnut Sofa Early 19th Century Height 33 x width 79 x depth 29 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 157 - An Italian Carved and Polychromed Figure of St. Sebastian Tied to the Tree

An Italian Carved and Polychromed Figure of St. Sebastian Tied to the Tree 17th Century Height 52 1/4 inches.

Lot: 158 - A. Piazza (Italian, 19th Century)

A. Piazza (Italian, 19th Century) Bust of a Lady carved marble signed A. Piazza Carrara Height 17 inches. Property from the Estate of Professor Ethan D. Alyea, Jr., Bloomington, Indiana

Lot: 159 - A. Piazza (Italian, 19th Century)

A. Piazza (Italian, 19th Century) Venus After the Bath carved marble signed A. Piazza Carrara Height 32 inches.

Lot: 160 - Italian School, Late 19th Century

Italian School, Late 19th Century Maiden Removing a Thorn carved white marble unsigned Height 51 inches. Property from the Collection of the Missouri Athletic Club Foundation for the Arts

Lot: 161 - A Carved Marble Figure of Two Putti

A Carved Marble Figure of Two Putti Late 19th/Early 20th Century signed A. Cyprien to the base. Height 18 inches.

Lot: 162 - An Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Pier Mirror

An Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Pier Mirror 18th Century Height 73 x width 39 1/2 inches.

Lot: 163 - A North Italian Green-Painted and Parcel Gilt Pier Mirror

A North Italian Green-Painted and Parcel Gilt Pier Mirror Late 18th Century Height 58 1/2 x width 29 1/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 164 - An Italian Gilt Bronze Mounted and Parcel Gilt Mahogany Overmantel Mirror

An Italian Gilt Bronze Mounted and Parcel Gilt Mahogany Overmantel Mirror Probably Lucca, Circa 1810 Height 47 x width 55 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 165 - An Italian Neoclassical Painted and Parcel Gilt Marble-Top Console Table

An Italian Neoclassical Painted and Parcel Gilt Marble-Top Console Table Circa 1800 having a mirrored back. Height 37 x width 70 1/2 x depth 25 1/4 inches. Provenance: Therien & Co., Los Angeles

Lot: 166 - An Italian Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table

An Italian Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table 19th Century Height 41 3/4 x width 43 x depth 21 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 167 - A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Four-Light Torcheres

A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Four-Light Torcheres 19th Century and Later converted to electricity. Height to top of candle pan 72 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 168 - An Italian Neoclassical "Mecca" and Parcel Gilt Armchair

An Italian Neoclassical "Mecca" and Parcel Gilt Armchair Attributed to Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo (1745-1820), Circa 1800 Height 42 1/2 x width 32 x depth 22 1/2 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 169 - An Italian Empire Style Parcel Gilt Mahogany Armchair

An Italian Empire Style Parcel Gilt Mahogany Armchair Mid- to Late 19th Century with tiger velvet upholstery. Height 36 1/4 x width 30 x depth 24 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 170 - A Venetian Painted and Parcel Gilt Low Table

A Venetian Painted and Parcel Gilt Low Table 19th Century Height 22 1/2 x width 28 1/2 x depth 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 171 - An Italian Neoclassical Carved Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table and Mirror

An Italian Neoclassical Carved Giltwood Marble-Top Console Table and Mirror Late 19th Century Height of table 30 x width 62 x depth 17 inches; height of mirror 74 x width 58 inches.

Lot: 172 - A Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Savonarola Chair

A Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Savonarola Chair Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 41 x width 26 x depth 20 1/2 inches.

Lot: 173 - A Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut, Parcel Ebonized and Parcel Gilt Vitrine Cabinet on Stand

A Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut, Parcel Ebonized and Parcel Gilt Vitrine Cabinet on Stand Late 19th Century Height 90 x width 49 x depth 20 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Rockefeller Bowler as Arranged by DeChant Art Consulting

Lot: 174 - A Carved Marble Bust of Septimius Severus

A Carved Marble Bust of Septimius Severus Late 19th Century apparently unmarked. Height 13 x width 10 1/4 inches.

Lot: 175 - An Italian Marble Torso

An Italian Marble Torso Florence, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height of marble 22 1/2 inches.

Lot: 176 - An Italian Marble Relief of a Battle Scene

An Italian Marble Relief of a Battle Scene After the Antique, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 16 5/8 x width 20 3/4 inches.

Lot: 177 - After Michelangelo, 20th Century

After Michelangelo, 20th Century Day (after the tomb of Giuliano de' Medici) marble Height 24 1/4 inches.

Lot: 178 - After Antonio Canova, 20th Century

After Antonio Canova, 20th Century Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss alabaster apparently unsigned Height 13 1/2 x width 18 x depth 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 179 - A Rococo Style Giltwood Trumeau Mirror

A Rococo Style Giltwood Trumeau Mirror Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 60 x width 29 inches.

Lot: 180 - A Rococo Style Giltwood Mirror

A Rococo Style Giltwood Mirror Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 56 5/8 x width 40 1/2 inches.

Lot: 181 - A Pair of Italian Mirrored Two-Light Sconces

A Pair of Italian Mirrored Two-Light Sconces Late 18th/Early 19th Century and Later converted to electricity. Height 25 x width 13 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction.

Lot: 182 - A Venetian Etched Glass Mirror

A Venetian Etched Glass Mirror 20th Century inscribed Made in France and numbered 510 several times to the reverse. Height 50 1/4 x width 37 inches. Property from the Estate of Edward Campbell, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Lot: 183 - A Pair of Seguso Murano Glass Torcheres

A Pair of Seguso Murano Glass Torcheres Circa 1930 Height 74 inches. Property from the Collection of Michelle Smith, Washington, D.C. Provenance: Malmaison Antiques, New York, 1997

Lot: 184 - A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Doors

A Pair of Italian Painted and Parcel Gilt Doors 19th Century Height 84 x width of each 22 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 185 - An Italian Walnut and Carved Giltwood Daybed

An Italian Walnut and Carved Giltwood Daybed Circa 1940 Height 38 1/2 x length 75 1/4 x depth 28 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 186 - An Italian Glazed Earthenware Plaque of the Madonna and Child

An Italian Glazed Earthenware Plaque of the Madonna and Child Likely 17th Century 16 x 13 inches (sight). Provenance: La Maison Francaise, Los Angeles

Lot: 187 - Manner of Pier Francesco Fiorentino (Italian, 1444-1497)

Manner of Pier Francesco Fiorentino (Italian, 1444-1497) 18th Century Madonna and Child oil and gilt on panel 37 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches. Provenance: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, Fine Art , 12 September 2010, Lot 232

Lot: 188 - Follower of Jacopino del Conte (Italian, 1510-1598)

Follower of Jacopino del Conte (Italian, 1510-1598) 16th Century Portrait of Michelangelo oil on canvas titled Michelagniolo Buonaruoti 25 5/8 x 20 1/8 inches. Provenance: Antichita Marciana, Venice, 2001

Lot: 189 - Italian School, 16th/17th Century

Italian School, 16th/17th Century Cupid with Bow oil on canvas laid to wood panel Panel: 39 1/8 x 31 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 190 - Italian School, 17th/18th Century

Italian School, 17th/18th Century An Allegory of Painting oil on canvas 24 1/8 x 19 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Note: The sitter depicted on the panel in the lower-right quadrant appears to be a likeness of Beatrice Cenci (1577-1599), a young Roman noblewoman who was memorialized in art, poetry and romantic literature after she, along with her stepmother and brothers, murdered her abusive and incestuous father, Count Francesco Cenci. Following a sensational trial adjudicated by Pope Clement VIII, Cenci and her co-conspirators were condemned to death in 1599. The original portrait of Cenci referred to here resides in the collection of the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica in the Palazzo Barberini in Rome and was long attributed to Guido Reni (Italian, 1575-1642), but this attribution and even the subject of the portrait itself has since been called into question. The sitter dons a white turban and white robes, vestments emblematic of a Roman Sibyl. Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 191 - Italian School, Late 18th/Early 19th Century

Italian School, Late 18th/Early 19th Century Christ Among the Doctors oil on canvas 18 5/8 x 14 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Karen Garrett, Fontana, Wisconsin

Lot: 192 - After Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino) (Italian, 1591-1666)

After Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino) (Italian, 1591-1666) 19th Century Angels with the Nails of the Crucifix oil on canvas 23 5/8 x 28 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mary Southworth, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 193 - After Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino) (Italian, 1591-1666)

After Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino) (Italian, 1591-1666) 19th Century Angels with the Crown of Thorns oil on canvas 23 7/8 x 28 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mary Southworth, Lake Forest, Illinois

Lot: 194 - Giovanni Costa (Italian, 1826-1903)

Giovanni Costa (Italian, 1826-1903) Man with a Faeence Jug oil on canvas signed G. Costa (lower right) 14 x 10 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 195 - A Continental Painted Leather Six-Panel Screen Depicting Flora and Fauna

A Continental Painted Leather Six-Panel Screen Depicting Flora and Fauna Late 19th Century Height 69 x width of each panel 19 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Provenance: Lady Primrose at Stanley Korshak, Dallas Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 196 - An Italian Micromosaic Tiger Plaque Set in a Malachite Box

An Italian Micromosaic Tiger Plaque Set in a Malachite Box Early 19th Century Height 1 1/4 x width 5 3/8 x depth 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 197 - Three Framed Italian Pietra Dura Plaques

Three Framed Italian Pietra Dura Plaques G. Ugolini, Florence, 20th Century each inscribed Made in Italy and with G. Ugolini labels to the reverse. Largest plaque: 12 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches. Provenance: Ugolini, Florence

Lot: 198 - A Portuguese Baroque Gilt Bronze Mounted Painted and Parcel Gilt Commode

A Portuguese Baroque Gilt Bronze Mounted Painted and Parcel Gilt Commode Circa 1700 Height 34 x width 49 x depth 28 inches.

Lot: 199 - A Swedish Painted and Parcel Gilt Marble-Top Table

A Swedish Painted and Parcel Gilt Marble-Top Table Circa 1770 Height 28 x width 30 1/4 x depth 19 inches.

Lot: 200 - A Swedish Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Commode

A Swedish Gilt Bronze Mounted Marquetry Marble-Top Commode Circa 1790 Height 33 x width 41 x depth 21 3/4 inches.

Lot: 201 - A Swedish Giltwood and Cobalt Blue Glass Mirror in the Manner of Burchard or Gustav Precht

A Swedish Giltwood and Cobalt Blue Glass Mirror in the Manner of Burchard or Gustav Precht Circa 1790 Height 47 1/2 x width 25 1/2 inches.

Lot: 202 - A Gustavian Carved and Gray-Painted Sofa

A Gustavian Carved and Gray-Painted Sofa Circa 1810-1820 Height 36 1/2 x width 78 x depth 24 inches.

Lot: 203 - A Swedish Brass and Glass Eight-Light Chandelier

A Swedish Brass and Glass Eight-Light Chandelier Kungsholm Manufactory, Stockholm, Circa 1905 Height 45 x diameter 26 inches. Provenance: Laserow, New York

Lot: 204 - A Flemish Mythological Tapestry Depicting the Story of Hero and Leander

A Flemish Mythological Tapestry Depicting the Story of Hero and Leander 18th Century 7 feet 9 inches x 7 feet 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Joseph Desloge Sr., Florissant, Missouri Provenance: Acquired in 1942, thence by family descent to the present owner Joseph Desloge Sr. (1889-1971), born in St. Louis, Missouri, was the grandson of Firmin Rene Desloge (1803-1856), a French immigrant and prominent U.S. businessman who settled in Missouri in 1823. Among Firmin Desloge's multiple business ventures was a lead mining operation that eventually became the Desloge Consolidated Lead Company, one of the largest lead mining companies in the United States. In furtherance of his family's industrial legacy, Joseph Desloge Sr. earned a degree in electrical engineering from MIT in 1912 and went on to establish the Minerva Oil Company, Killark Manufacturing Company, Louisiana Manufacturing Company and the Atlas Manufacturing Company. During World War I, Joseph served as an officer in the French artillery. He was awarded the Croix de Guerre for acts of valor during the Battle of Vouziers in Northern France. Upon his return from the War in 1926, Joseph built a French-style chateau in Florissant, Missouri on a remote wooded plot along the Missouri River. Named Vouziers in commemoration of the Battle of Vouziers, the 10-bedroom mansion featured a 400 square foot ballroom, a rose marble staircase and a Gothic style reading room with carved wood paneling salvaged from an English parsonage. It further housed Joseph's collection of 18th and 19th century European decorative arts, from which the present lot derives. Vouziers was purchased in 1996 and has since been converted to the Boeing Leadership Center.

Lot: 205 - A Flemish Wool Tapestry

A Flemish Wool Tapestry 17th Century 5 feet 9 1/2 inches x 7 feet 1 1/2 inches. Provenance: Jackson's International Auctioneers, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 5 December 2007, Lot 656

Lot: 206 - A Dutch Parcel Gilt Burlwood Mirror

A Dutch Parcel Gilt Burlwood Mirror 18th Century Height 55 1/2 x width 21 1/2 inches.

Lot: 207 - A Dutch Marquetry Tall Case Clock with an English Movement by William Rider

A Dutch Marquetry Tall Case Clock with an English Movement by William Rider London, 18th Century the dial signed Wm. Rider London, with a label outlining provenance to the interior of the case. Height 97 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 208 - A German Gilt Bronze Mounted and Parcel Gilt Burl Walnut Bombe Chest in the Louis XV Taste

A German Gilt Bronze Mounted and Parcel Gilt Burl Walnut Bombe Chest in the Louis XV Taste 18th Century Height 30 1/2 x width 37 1/2 x depth 17 3/4 inches.

Lot: 209 - A German or Austrian Walnut Writing Table

A German or Austrian Walnut Writing Table Circa 1830 Height 31 x width 50 x depth 25 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 210 - A German Walnut Center Table

A German Walnut Center Table Circa 1835-40 Height 30 x width 41 1/2 x depth 25 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 211 - A German Mahogany Concave-Front Chest of Drawers

A German Mahogany Concave-Front Chest of Drawers Circa 1830 Height 31 1/4 x width 39 1/4 x depth 23 1/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 212 - A Set of Six German Parcel Gilt Mahogany Dining Chairs

A Set of Six German Parcel Gilt Mahogany Dining Chairs Circa 1820 Height 33 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 213 - A Pair of Baltic Neoclassical Carved Mahogany Armchairs

A Pair of Baltic Neoclassical Carved Mahogany Armchairs 19th Century Height 35 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 214 - An Austrian Parcel Gilt Mahogany Sofa

An Austrian Parcel Gilt Mahogany Sofa Circa 1820 Height 37 x width 66 x depth 26 inches.

Lot: 215 - A Pair of Spanish Baroque Giltwood Figures of Saints

A Pair of Spanish Baroque Giltwood Figures of Saints First Quarter 18th Century Height 22 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Antonio's Antiques, San Francisco, 1986.

Lot: 216 - A German Baroque Painted Figural Group of the Madonna of Alta¶tting

A German Baroque Painted Figural Group of the Madonna of Alta¶tting Bavaria, 18th Century Height 28 1/2 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 217 - Continental, Likely 18th Century

Continental, Likely 18th Century Hercules carved white marble unsigned Height 38 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 218 - Continental, 19th Century

Continental, 19th Century Draped Water Bearer carved marble apparently unsigned Height 28 inches.

Lot: 219 - A Parian Ware Figure of Zenobia

A Parian Ware Figure of Zenobia After the Model by Harriet Hosmer, 19th Century apparently unmarked. Height 21 7/8 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 220 - A German or Northern European Painted Schrank

A German or Northern European Painted Schrank 18th Century Height 71 x width 54 x depth 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Rockefeller Bowler as Arranged by DeChant Art Consulting

Lot: 221 - A German Carved Oak Dining Table

A German Carved Oak Dining Table 19th Century and Later with four later, associated leaves. Height 29 x diameter of top (without leaves) 60 inches.

Lot: 222 - A German Fruitwood Crossbanded and Marquetry Side Table

A German Fruitwood Crossbanded and Marquetry Side Table Late 18th Century Height 30 1/2 x width 37 x depth 24 1/2 inches.

Lot: 223 - A Continental Carved Fruitwood Marble-Top Console Table and Mirror

A Continental Carved Fruitwood Marble-Top Console Table and Mirror 19th Century Height of table 38 x width 77 x depth 22 inches; height of mirror 70 x width 66 inches. Provenance: Jardinare, Phoenix, Arizona

Lot: 224 - A German or Austrian Burl Walnut Commode

A German or Austrian Burl Walnut Commode Early 19th Century Height 30 x width 30 x depth 21 1/4 inches.

Lot: 225 - A German Carved Oak Sideboard

A German Carved Oak Sideboard Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 39 1/2 x width 69 1/4 x depth 26 inches.

Lot: 226 - A Northern European Mahogany Commode

A Northern European Mahogany Commode Possibly Danish, Circa 1825 Height 37 1/2 x width 37 1/2 x depth 18 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 227 - A Northern European Walnut Center Table

A Northern European Walnut Center Table Circa 1825 Height 30 1/2 x diameter of top 44 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 228 - A Northern European Mahogany Pedestal Table

A Northern European Mahogany Pedestal Table Circa 1840 Height 28 x diameter of top 23 inches. Provenance: Castle St. Emmeram, Regensburg, Germany Sotheby's, 1993

Lot: 229 - An Austrian Inlaid Mahogany and Ebony Marble-Top Center Table

An Austrian Inlaid Mahogany and Ebony Marble-Top Center Table Early 19th Century and Later Height 29 1/2 x diameter of top 44 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 230 - A Northern European Neoclassical Walnut Commode

A Northern European Neoclassical Walnut Commode First Half 19th Century Height 47 x width 64 1/2 x depth 23 1/4 inches.

Lot: 231 - An Austrian or Northern European Parcel Ebonized Burlwood Commode

An Austrian or Northern European Parcel Ebonized Burlwood Commode Mid-19th Century Height 35 1/4 x width 47 x depth 23 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Jessica Nielsen, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 232 - A Continental Walnut Serpentine-Front Chest of Drawers

A Continental Walnut Serpentine-Front Chest of Drawers Likely Austrian, 19th Century Height 33 1/4 x width 44 1/4 x depth 21 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 233 - An Austrian Mahogany Chest of Drawers

An Austrian Mahogany Chest of Drawers 19th Century Height 40 1/2 x width 49 1/2 x depth 21 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 234 - An Austrian Empire Parcel Ebonized and Gilt Mahogany Secretaire a  Abattant

An Austrian Empire Parcel Ebonized and Gilt Mahogany Secretaire a  Abattant Circa 1820 Height 59 x width 38 x depth 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 235 - An Austrian Enameled Table Cabinet

An Austrian Enameled Table Cabinet 19th Century Height 11 x width 14 x depth 8 3/4 inches.

Lot: 236 - An Ideal Soprano Interchangeable Cylinder Music Box in an Oak Case by Mermod Freres

An Ideal Soprano Interchangeable Cylinder Music Box in an Oak Case by Mermod Freres Late 19th Century engraved metal plaque to the interior reads Patented/ Sept. 22 1885-Dec. 6 1887/ Mai 8 1888-Dec. 16 1890/ D.R.P. 33516. 43585. 45884/ 55886 2222/ Switzerland. Height of case 10 1/2 x width 31 x depth 13 inches; length of cylinders 14 inches.

Lot: 237 - A Pair of Flemish Ripple Molded and Tortoise Shell Veneered Mirrors

A Pair of Flemish Ripple Molded and Tortoise Shell Veneered Mirrors Belgium, Circa 1820 Height 39 x width 34 inches. Provenance: Atelier Branca, Chicago

Lot: 238 - A Northern European Parcel Ebonized Cherrywood Pier Mirror

A Northern European Parcel Ebonized Cherrywood Pier Mirror Circa 1820 Height 66 x width 23 1/2 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 239 - An Austrian Giltwood Eight-Light Chandelier

An Austrian Giltwood Eight-Light Chandelier Circa 1825 Height 35 3/8 x diameter 28 inches. Provenance: Eleonora Wiesinger, Vienna

Lot: 240 - An Austrian Giltwood and Glass Eight-Light Chandelier

An Austrian Giltwood and Glass Eight-Light Chandelier Circa 1825 Height 33 1/2 x diameter 26 1/4 inches. Provenance: Irwin Deuschl, Vienna

Lot: 241 - A Bohemian Enameled Opaline Glass Six-Light Chandelier for the Persian Market

A Bohemian Enameled Opaline Glass Six-Light Chandelier for the Persian Market Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 41 x diameter 32 inches.

Lot: 242 - A Continental Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Twelve-Light Chandelier

A Continental Gilt Bronze and Cut Glass Twelve-Light Chandelier First Half 20th Century Height 49 x diameter 47 inches. Provenance: New Metal Crafts, Chicago

Lot: 243 - A Continental Terra Cotta Female Herm

A Continental Terra Cotta Female Herm 20th Century Height 57 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Frank McIntosh, Greenport, New York Frank J. McIntosh, homeware and accessories merchant and merchandiser, entered the New York retail scene in the early 1950s as the protege of philanthropist and socialite Pauline Vandervoort Hoving, wife of Walter Hoving, chairman of the board of Tiffany & Co., with whom he traveled the world attending trade shows and honing his eye for fashion and the decorative arts. He was later hired by Henri Bendel as a merchandiser, where he was tasked with creating displays for the luxury retailer's famed "Street of Shops." In this role, McIntosh is credited as having introduced numerous renowned designers to the American retail market, including Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Karl Springer, Alessi and others. McIntosh gradually transitioned into the tableware sector in the 1970s and established his own company in a leased partnership with Henri Bendel, which he eventually expanded to several other cities around the country. A pioneer in the world of tableware and home accessories, McIntosh's eponymous line presented an eclectic array of accessible yet sophisticated table settings. Among his most noted designs were table linens manufactured in the United States and abroad. Numerous items from Frank McIntosh's personal collection of furniture and decorative arts are included throughout this auction and in our upcoming Chicago Collections auction.

Lot: 244 - A Pair of Painted and Parcel Gilt Terra Cotta Flowering Urns

A Pair of Painted and Parcel Gilt Terra Cotta Flowering Urns 20th Century Height 31 3/4 inches.

Lot: 245 - A Continental Parcel Gilt Bronze Six-Light Figural Chandelier

A Continental Parcel Gilt Bronze Six-Light Figural Chandelier Early 20th Century Height 34 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 246 - A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Figural Single-Light Figural Sconces

A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Figural Single-Light Figural Sconces 20th Century Height 39 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 247 - A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Figural Chenets

A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Figural Chenets 19th Century Height 14 x depth 25 inches.

Lot: 248 - After Alois Mayer (German, 1855-1936)

After Alois Mayer (German, 1855-1936) Diana bronze inscribed A. Mayer Height overall 28 inches.

Lot: 249 - Oscar Bodin (German, 1868-1940)

Oscar Bodin (German, 1868-1940) Diana with Bow bronze inscribed A. Bodin Height of figure 12 3/4 inches.

Lot: 250 - A Pair of Continental Carved Oak Figures of Knights

A Pair of Continental Carved Oak Figures of Knights Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 29 inches.

Lot: 251 - A Life Size Bronze Elk

A Life Size Bronze Elk 20th Century Height 96 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Lot: 252 - An Austrian Alabaster and Bronze Mounted Mahogany Clock

An Austrian Alabaster and Bronze Mounted Mahogany Clock Dial Signed Anton Rettich, Vienna, 19th Century having a quarter repeater and day of month, the dial signed Anton Rettich in Wien. Height 26 1/2 x width 16 x depth 6 inches.

Lot: 253 - A Viennese Enameled Silver and Champleve Bronze Mantel Clock

A Viennese Enameled Silver and Champleve Bronze Mantel Clock 19th Century Height 10 1/4 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois

Lot: 254 - A Continental Gilt Bronze Oil Lamp with a Dragon Handle

A Continental Gilt Bronze Oil Lamp with a Dragon Handle 19th Century Height 15 3/4 x width 15 1/2 x depth 6 3/4 inches. Property from an Atlanta Collection

Lot: 256 - A German Porcelain Mantel Clock

A German Porcelain Mantel Clock 19th Century the underside of the figural finial bearing spurious crossed swords in underglaze blue, the clock case unmarked. Height 23 x width 21 x depth 10 inches.

Lot: 257 - A Continental Majolica Wall Clock

A Continental Majolica Wall Clock 19th Century the dial signed Raingo Fres. a  Paris, the back impressed 20135 U, the movement stamped 204 CR. Height 40 x width 24 inches.

Lot: 258 - A Meissen Porcelain Mantel Clock

A Meissen Porcelain Mantel Clock Second Half 19th Century bearing double crossed swords in underglaze blue, partly obscured by hardware, and with impressed and incised numbers to the underside; the movement stamped LENZKIRCH A.U.G. and numbered. Height 13 3/4 x width 12 1/2 x depth 5 1/4 inches.

Lot: 259 - A Carved Hardstone, Enamel, 14-Karat Gold and Hardstone Mounted Three-Piece Clock Garniture

A Carved Hardstone, Enamel, 14-Karat Gold and Hardstone Mounted Three-Piece Clock Garniture 20th Century comprising a mantel clock and two candlesticks, marked with spurious marks for Faberge and Michael Perchin, further inscribed with '56' standard on interior of candle cups and on reverse of clock. Height of candlesticks 6 inches; height of mantel clock 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 260 - A German Silver Filigree Mounted Singing Bird Automaton Box

A German Silver Filigree Mounted Singing Bird Automaton Box Late 19th/Early 20th Century the case with openwork rinceau decoration throughout; apparently unmarked. Height 1 3/4 x width 4 1/8 x depth 2 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 261 - A German Silver Singing Bird Automaton Box

A German Silver Singing Bird Automaton Box Vereinigte Silberwarenfabriken, Hanau, Circa 1920 in the form of a book. Height 2 1/8 x width 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 262 - A German Silver Singing Bird Automaton Box

A German Silver Singing Bird Automaton Box Vereinigte Silberwarenfabriken, Hanau, Circa 1920 in the form of a chest on stand, the box decorated with repousse putti in a garden setting; marked 925 on the underside. Height 4 7/8 x width 4 3/4 x depth 3 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 263 - A Continental Enameled Singing Bird Automaton Box

A Continental Enameled Singing Bird Automaton Box Early 20th Century Height 2 x width 4 1/8 x depth 2 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Abby Thomas, Bristol, Indiana

Lot: 264 - A Berlin (K.P.M.) Porcelain Plaque after Wilhelm Kray (German, 1828-1889)

A Berlin (K.P.M.) Porcelain Plaque after Wilhelm Kray (German, 1828-1889) 19th Century Psyche, with impressed K.P.M. scepter mark above an H, incised 19. 9 3/4, numbered 16473 in pencil and inscribed Germany in iron red to the reverse. Plaque: 12 3/8 x 10 inches.

Lot: 265 - A Korzec Porcelain Dog Figure

A Korzec Porcelain Dog Figure Circa 1790 with Korzec transfer-printed mark in underglaze blue to the underside. Height 10 1/4 inches.

Lot: 266 - A Set of Four Large Nymphenberg White Glazed Porcelain Figures Allegorical of the Seasons

A Set of Four Large Nymphenberg White Glazed Porcelain Figures Allegorical of the Seasons 20th Century Height 28 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist

Lot: 267 - Attributed to Jan Josefsz van Goyen (Dutch, 1596-1656)

Attributed to Jan Josefsz van Goyen (Dutch, 1596-1656) River Landscape with Fishermen oil on panel initialed I.V.G. (lower left); inscribed Van Gooijen to the reverse 13 x 21 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois Provenance: Hal O'Nians Gallery, London, 1970

Lot: 268 - Pieter Nolpe (Dutch, 1613-1652)

Pieter Nolpe (Dutch, 1613-1652) Village Landscape with Figures oil on panel 14 1/8 x 22 3/8 inches (sight). Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Van Ham Kunstauktionen, Cologne, 13 May 2011, Lot 573

Lot: 269 - Jan van Noordt (Dutch, circa 1620-after 1676)

Jan van Noordt (Dutch, circa 1620-after 1676) Caritas, 1645 oil on canvas formerly signed and dated 1645 (see Note) 24 x 24 inches. Property from the Collection of William and Sharon Treul, Pewaukee, Wisconsin Provenance: Sold: Amsterdam, 16 September 1739, Lot 131 (as Van Noordt, Een Vrouw met Kinderjtes, Verbeeldende de Liefde, heel konstig ) Sold: Christie's, London, John R. Clayton et al. sale , 30 January 1914, Lot 98 (as The Madonna and Child, with the Infant Saint John and Two Children in a Landscape , by J. van Noordt, signed and dated 1695 , 47 ½ x 41 in.) Leger Gallery, London, acquired from the above sale Erich Gallery, New York Sold: New York, Anderson Galleries, Erich Gallery sale , 12 November 1924, Lot 23 (as signed and dated 1645 , 49 x 42 in.) Sold: New York, Parke-Bernet, Robert Cluett, Jr. et al sale , 24 November 1939, Lot 72 (as signed and dated lower-right: JAN V. NOORDT 1645 , 48 ½ x 42 in.) Sold: New York, Parke-Bernet, Henry Rogers Benjamin sale , 15-17 May 1947, Lot 235 (as signed and dated 1645 , 48 ½ x 41 ½ in.) A.R. Lunde, New York Alfred Bader Fine Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Acquired directly from the above by the present owner, November 1985 Literature: Albert Blankert, et al., Gods, Saints, and Heroes: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt , Washington/Amsterdam, 1980, p. 212 Werner Sumowski, Gema¤lde der Rembrandt-Scha¼ler, Pfalz/Landau, 1983-94, vol. 5, no. 2141, p. 3112, illus. (as Caritas ); vol. 6, with no. 2403a, p. 3737 Werner Sumowski, "Paintings by Jan van Noordt," The Hoosteder-Naumann Mercury , p. 21 David A. de Witt, Jan Van Noordt: Painter of History and Portraits in Amsterdam, Montreal, 2007, no. 24, pp. 19; 109; 119-120; 133-134; 144; 152; 170; 279, illus. Note: According to David A. de Witt, the original canvas measured 47 ½ x 41 inches. At some point after 1947, the composition was trimmed to its current size, removing the signature and date.

Lot: 270 - Attributed to Nicolaes Maes (Dutch, 1634-1693)

Attributed to Nicolaes Maes (Dutch, 1634-1693) Portrait of a Lady in a Gold Necklace and Pendant Earrings oil on canvas 42 3/4 x 33 3/4 inches (sight). Property from the Estate of John L. Bates, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Provenance: Serge Baskakow, Berlin-Wilmersdorf Acquired from the above in 1946; thence by family descent to the present owner John L. Bates (1910-1995), born in St. Petersburg as Oleg O. Pantuhov, was a U.S. Army major who served as the chief military attache and interpreter for President Roosevelt in his meetings with Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin at both the Teheran Conference in 1943 and the Yalta Conference in 1945. He similarly served as the primary interpreter for the Potsdam Conference in 1945 between President Truman, Winston Churchill, Clement Attlee and Joseph Stalin following Roosevelt's death. Bates went on to serve as General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Russian interpreter and assisted in the formation of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), a precursor to NATO of which Eisenhower was commander. Bates's father served as a colonel in the Russian Imperial Guard at the Kremlin when his family was forced to flee in 1920 after the fall of the House of Romanov and the outbreak of the Russian Revolution. The family ultimately settled in New York City, and Bates joined the Army as a young man, where his fluency in Russian made him a highly sought-after recruit. Bates was ultimately awarded the Legion of Merit for his distinguished military career, and remained an active member of the Russian-American community until his death.

Lot: 271 - Dutch School, 17th Century

Dutch School, 17th Century Portrait of a Woman oil on canvas 24 1/4 x 18 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Charles and Lorraine Janda, Hinsdale, Illinois Provenance: Mary Bellis Antiques, Berkshire, United Kingdom, 1978

Lot: 272 - Flemish School, 17th Century

Flemish School, 17th Century Cupid oil on canvas unsigned 45 3/4 x 34 inches. Property from the Collection of George Korkos, Elm Grove, Wisconsin

Lot: 273 - Continental School, 18th Century

Continental School, 18th Century Putti oil on canvas unsigned 30 5/8 x 24 1/2 inches.

Lot: 274 - Follower of Hieronymous Bosch (Dutch, c. 1450-1516)

Follower of Hieronymous Bosch (Dutch, c. 1450-1516) 17th/18th Century The Concert in the Egg oil on wood panel 11 7/8 x 15 5/8 inches. Note: The present lot is a copy of a painting housed in the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille attributed to a follower of Hieronymous Bosch (Dutch, c. 1450-1516). Presumed to be based on a preparatory ink drawing by Bosch titled Singers in an Egg (in the collection of Kupterstichkabinett Berlin), the painting's original attribution to Bosch himself was debunked through a pictorial analysis of the music depicted in the painting, which is a composition by Franco-Flemish composer Thomas Crecquillon that dates to 1549. The scene recalls thematic elements of The Ship of Fools , a German text written by Sebastian Brant in 1494 about the voyage of a group of dysfunctional characters, each representing a different form of madness. Bosch repeatedly incorporated this trope in his art, such as in his painting of the same title in the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris.

Lot: 275 - Wilhelm Lowith (German, 1861-1932)

Wilhelm Lowith (German, 1861-1932) Private Tutor oil on panel 9 7/8 x 6 7/8 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Sotheby's, New York, 1980

Lot: 276 - Wilhelm Lowith (German, 1861-1932)

Wilhelm Lowith (German, 1861-1932) Man with a Pipe, His Dog Beside Him, 1892 oil on panel signed W. Lowith and dated (upper right) 5 3/8 x 3 7/8 inches. Property from the European Family Collection of a Pharmaceutical Executive and Venture Capitalist Provenance: Van Ham Kunstauktionen, Cologne, 25 November 2002, Lot 1758

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