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  • 19TH C. CARVED AND PAINTED AMERICAN

    19TH C. CARVED AND PAINTED AMERICAN

  • SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE TOOTH

    SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE TOOTH

  • SAILOR MADE CASED DOUBLE SIDED VALENTINE

    SAILOR MADE CASED DOUBLE SIDED VALENTINE

  • CARVED EAGLE PLAQUE

    CARVED EAGLE PLAQUE

Lot: 2001 - 19TH C. CARVED AND PAINTED AMERICAN EAGLE PLAQUE

Bellamy Style, in carved pine in weathered white over gilding, spreadwing with head down to the right, grasping crossed arrows, 40" x 14" x 4", unmarked other than old paper label verso that reads W-162, ochre painted back.

Lot: 2002 - SCRIMSHAW DECORATED WHALE TOOTH

19th c. Sperm Whale Tooth, with decoration depicting a sailor with cutlass, set on a custom wooden stand, tooth only: 5 1/2" high, with stand: 6" high, 4 1/2" x 2 1/4".

Lot: 2003 - SAILOR MADE CASED DOUBLE SIDED VALENTINE

19th c. Octagonal Shellwork Sailor's Valentine, set in a two-sided hinged wooden glass-fronted case filled with artfully arranged seashells, one side with "A Present from Barbados" spelled in shells, other side centered with a heart, closed: 2 1/2" high, 8 3/4" x 8 3/4", open: 17 7/8" wide. Crack to one glass panel.

Lot: 2004 - CARVED EAGLE PLAQUE

Large Gilded and Painted Pine Patriotic Plaque, depicting a spread wing eagle with shield and flags, unmarked, 11" high, 30" wide. Good condition.

Lot: 2005 - SEA CAPTAIN'S DESK

Unusual Early 19th c. Chippendale Kneehole Form Shaped Desk, in Honduran mahogany, with triple-bowed front and inward slanted sides (possibly to conform to a ship's stern architecture), eleven cockbeaded edge drawers with round brass drop bail pulls and brass lock escutcheons, including a central drawer above a shaped kneehole front opening, flanked by two banks of five drawers, pine secondary wood, set on a shaped bracket base, 28 1/4" high, 39 1/4" x 18 1/4". Old repairs to front kneehole molding, shrinkage cracks to one side.

Lot: 2006 - ROBERT SALMON (MA/UK, 1775-1844)

"A British Brig & Frigate off the Mouth of the Mersey", oil on panel, unsigned, artist identified and title given on frame tag, also giving the date of 1824; housed in a replica bright gold matched corner molded frame, OS: 25 1/2" x 36 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 30 1/2". Cleaned and retouched, repaired crack lower left.

Lot: 2007 - SETH THOMAS SHIP'S CLOCK

Vintage Brass Cased Seth Thomas Corsair Model E537-000 Ship's Bell Clock, which strikes to signal daily watch sequences, with silvered dial, glass bezel, key, back stamped "Seth Thomas Clocks, Thomaston, Conn. U.S.A.", 3" high, 5 5/8" diam. Not observed running.

Lot: 2008 - SAILOR MADE CASED DOUBLE VALENTINE

19th c. Octagonal Shellwork Sailor's Valentine, set in a two-sided hinged wooden glass-fronted case filled with artfully arranged seashells, left side centered with a tintype standing portrait of a Victorian lady, right side of a standing gent, closed: 2 5/8" high, 8 7/8" x 8 7/8", open: 18" wide. A few loose seashells, one piece of edge molding missing.

Lot: 2009 - AMERICAN FOLK ART STANDING SPREAD WING EAGLE ON US PLAQUE BASE, CIRCA 1900

Maine Made Carved and Painted Oak, the full-body spread wing eagle carved all over in feathers in gold paint, the plaque in red, white and blue with gold edge, two barrels in red, white and blue paint in front (solid, not inkwells), 12 1/2" x 22" x 9 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 2010 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (NY/NJ/DENMARK, 1850-1921)

Broadside Portrait of Steam/Sail Ship "Chattahoochee", oil on board, signed lower right, dated 1902, with the artist's Palisades, West Hoboken address. Handwritten label verso reads "Capt. Henry C. Lewis, Commander. Marion Mosel, Ocean S.S. Co. of Atlanta" In gilt shallow cove frame, OS: 23 3/4" x 35 3/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 29 1/2". Fine craquelure, cleaned and relined. She ran from Savannah, Georgia to Boston or New York.

Lot: 2011 - PATRIOTIC AMERICAN EAGLE CARVING

Gilt Spreadwing Eagle Plaque by the Boston Art Carving Co. of Boston, unmarked, 44" x 15" x 6 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 2012 - PAINTED SEA CHEST

19th c. Blue Painted Pine Sailor's Trunk, with original rope beckets, iron lid lift, clean interior with lidded ditty box, 18 1/2" high, 40 3/4" x 21 1/2".

Lot: 2013 - INLAID BOX WITH SAILOR'S VALENTINE

19th c. English Octagonal Lidded Box, string inlaid exterior, interior with contemporary decorative shellwork display, 2" high, 10 5/8" x 7 1/2". Box lid shrinkage crack and exterior scratches.

Lot: 2014 - 19TH C. NEW ENGLAND FOLK ART LARGE BLACK PAINTED EAGLE MOUNT

A Striking Form, possibly off a riverboat wheelhouse, having swept back simplified wings and tail, straightened neck with open beak, truncated legs attached in period to a piece of arced iron, entirely in black enamel paint excluding a white crown and eyes, the tail inletted, the wings attached by nailed tin, the legs with raisin head nails, set on a 20th c. steel pipe stand with holed iron plate base, 16" x 34" x 11" figure, 36 1/2" tall overall. Good condition.

Lot: 2015 - LARS THORSEN (CT, 1877-1952)

"Grand Banks Fishermen, Noank", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled and signed verso, also with Mystic Bicentennial Exhibition label, 1976, No. 104. The frame has a tag that reads "The Gedney Bunce Prize, The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Twenty-Seventh Annual Exhibition, 1937". Housed in the original hand carved watergilt matched corner frame, OS: 45" x 54", SS: 39 1/2" x 45 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 2016 - LARGE HALF HULL PLATING MODEL

'CR 96-99' Coast Guard cutter Wind-class ice breaker (Staten Island), plaque under bow reads "United States Navy Department US Coast Guard Gibbs & Cox, Inc., Naval Architects. Coast Guard Cutter CR96-99 Plating Model scale 1/4" = 1 foot. Made by Gibbs & Cox, New York City, April 4, 1942. 14 1/2" x 70 1/2" backing plate.

Lot: 2017 - CHELSEA SOLID BRASS SHIP'S BELL DESK CLOCK

"Mariner Yacht Wheel", s/n 238035, mounted on a molded mahogany plate base and backing, 3 1/2" dial, retaining the original brass winding key. Label verso from Lewis & Son, The Master Watchmakers, One Church Street, New York, NY. 10" x 8" x 4 1/2".

Lot: 2018 - BASI IVANKOVICH (ITALY/AUSTRIA, 1815-1898)

"The Castine", oil on canvas laid to board, signed lower left, in a replica gilt ribbed cove frame, OS: 25" x 36 1/2", SS: 17" x 28 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 2019 - 19TH C. CHINESE CAMPHORWOOD BRASS BOUND MULE CHEST

Rectangular Form, highly figured, in simple varnish on outside, the inside still aromatic; broad brass corners and straps, deep hinged lid having brass lift ring, oval brass lockplate below (includes original iron key to the working lock), two beaded edge drawers below with hand holes cut at back, also entirely of solid camphorwood, original heavy brass drop bail lifts on sides, raised on shallow bracket feet with intermediate brass straps, 21 3/4" x 46" x 23 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2020 - WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS (MA/ME, 1842-1909)

Portrait of the Four Mast Schooner "James W. Fitch", oil on canvas, signed lower left, she is depicted underway, with two figures at helm, the coast in the background having a lighthouse, housed in a later gold cove frame, OS: 28 3/4" x 44 3/4", SS: 25 1/4" x 41 1/4". Cleaned and relined. The 'James W. Fitch' at 1,064 tons was built in Waldoboro, Maine by Levitt Storer in 1870.

Lot: 2021 - FOLK ART PATRIOTIC CARVED EAGLE MIRROR

American Mahogany Framed Mirror Plaque, with hand carved spread wing eagle perched on an oak branch, above a stars and stripes shield flanked by draped flags, centered with an oval mirror, 13 1/4" high, 9" x 2". Minor mirror silvering losses.

Lot: 2022 - SEA CAPTAIN'S LIQUOR CHEST

Late 18th - Early 19th c. Iron Bound Liquor Box, with fitted interior compartments for decanters and accessories, wallpaper lined, lid interior with painted presentation "C+M T from S+L R", with iron side handles and lock, includes: (12) original blown glass decanters with stoppers and gilt decorated shoulders, six 9 1/4" high (one with collar chip) and six 6 3/4" high (one with collar break); and Fitted lift-out top tray with two stem glasses (4 1/8" high); the original funnel (4 3/8" high), small base chip; and one tumbler (3 3/8" high), one missing; box: 11 1/2" high, 16 1/2" x 11 1/2". Gilding losses, stopper base chips; box surface wear and shrinkage cracks, interior lid support straps broken.

Lot: 2023 - RICHARD BALL SPENCER (UK, 1812-1897)

British Clipper Ship (name obscured), circa 1850, inbound, passing the double lighthouse of Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 22 3/4" x 36 3/4", unframed, relined.

Lot: 2024 - CAMPHORWOOD TRUNK

Large 19th c. Brass Bound Sea Trunk, with brass side handles, corner mounts, lid lift, lock escutcheon and lid cartouche, unfinished aromatic interior, 19" high, 40 1/2" x 20". Lid and base shrinkage cracks, surface scratches and dings, brass dents, slight projection to base front when closed.

Lot: 2025 - WILLIAM STUBBS (ME/MA, 1842-1909)

Broadside Portrait of the Two Mast Schooner "Ida L.", underway, passing the Boston Lighthouse, oil on canvas, signed lower left, housed in the original molded cove red walnut frame with etched gilt liner, OS: 29 1/2" x 43 1/2", SS: 22" x 36", cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2026 - US 1779 MODEL NAVAL CANNON ON CUTAWAY DECK, FOR USE AS A SIGNAL CANNON

Unmarked Brass Working Cannon on accurate scale oak carriage, with rigging and ramrod clipped to the oak base and partial hull. 11" tube with 5/8" bore, 7 1/2" x 17" x 8 1/4" overall. Good condition.

Lot: 2027 - NAIVE SHIP'S PORTRAIT, CIRCA 1880

American Clipper Ship "Louise" Underway, oil on canvas, signed lower left "R.H. Bowman" in carved gilt frame, OS: 26 1/4" x 40 3/4", SS: 21 3/4" x 35 3/4", good condition.

Lot: 2028 - PINE SEA CAPTAIN'S TRUNK

19th c. Sea Chest, once the property of Captain R. Foster of the 384-ton whaling ship "Wilmington and Liverpool Packet" (homeport: New Bedford, MA, registered in 1815, condemned in 1845), having exposed dovetailed construction, lid with applied molded edge, iron lock escutcheon (with key) and "R. Foster" name plate below, carved and polychrome painted side brackets with star decoration, woven beckets, lid interior with painted decoration of a three-mast sailing ship flanked by British Empire flags, with lidded interior till, base edge molding, 16 1/4" high, 35 1/4" x 15 1/4". Surface wear.

Lot: 2029 - EARLY 19TH C. SHIP PORTRAIT

"Brig 'Navrete' Entering the Bay of Naples on Janry. 20th, 1812, William Slater, Master"; oil on canvas, captioned at bottom, in what is probably the original lemon gold molded frame, OS: 23" x 33 1/2", SS: 19" x 25 1/2". Cleaned and relined, fine craquelure.

Lot: 2030 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (NY/NJ, 1850-1921)

Small painting of the America's Cup Race, oil on cardstock laid to academy board, depicting the last two competing yachts blasting past the Judge's Boat, the Nantucket Light Ship, a white hulled steamer and a multitude of sailboats behind, housed in an ornate gilt deep cove gesso frame, OS: 17 1/2" x 21 1/2", SS: 7 1/4" x 11 1/4". Fine condition. Jacobsen was born in Copenhagen, moving to West Hoboken, New Jersey when he was 23, where he cultivated clientele among ship captains by painting their ships on safes. He was the most prolific of maritime artists, creating more than 6,000 works, many priced at only $5, earning him the nickname of the "Audubon of Steam Vessels".

Lot: 2031 - FOLK ART POND MODEL

Hand Crafted Model of Sailing Sloop "Alice", circa 1940s, with wooden wheel, rudder, and lifeboat, with cloth sails, 15 1/2" high, 20 1/2" x 5 3/4". Deck railing loss area, shrinkage cracks, old repairs, paint losses, sail stains and holes, missing centerboard.

Lot: 2032 - FREDERICK J. TUDGAY (UK, 1841-1921)

Broadside Portrait of the White Star Clipper Ship "Miltiades", departing England with Cliffs of Dover behind, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1872, in modern gold matched corner frame with a rope theme, OS: 30 3/4" x 42 3/4", SS: 23 1/4" x 35 1/4". Cleaned and relined with some retouching. "Miltiades" was British iron hulled clipper, built in 1871 by Walter Hood & Co. Aberdeen for Aberdeen White Star Line (George Thompson & Co). Broken up in 1905.

Lot: 2033 - BRASS SHIP'S BELL CLOCK

Vintage Marine Wall Clock, probably by Seth Thomas, 8-day time and strike on bell movement (with key), with silvered face, black Roman numerals, secondary seconds dial, marked 'Made in U.S.A.', original wooden backing, 11 1/2" high, 6 3/4" x 3 1/4". Bezel dents, dial silvering losses, loss area to inner brass case edge (under bezel), not running.

Lot: 2034 - NANTUCKET BASKET PURSE SIGNED "FARNUM"

Circa 1970s Replica Nantucket Basket Handbag, by Farnum (family business founded by Albert Farnum Cleaveland, now run by his sons), with wooden base and lid panel, bentwood swing handle, leather latch strap, Ivoryite lid dolphins, hasp, and clasp, incised 'Farnum' on base, 6 3/4" high (12" with handle up), 9 1/4" x 7 1/4". Minor wear, base scratches.

Lot: 2035 - JAMES GALE TYLER (CT/NY, 1855-1931)

The Yacht "America", oil on canvas, signed lower left, in gilt cove frame with gesso edge, OS: 28 1/2" x 40 1/2", SS: 23 1/2" x 35 1/2", good condition, loss to frame edge.

Lot: 2036 - W.P. (WILLIAM PIERCE) STUBBS (MA/ME, 1842-1909)

Boston Brigantine Struggling in High Seas, oil on canvas, signed lower left, circa 1885, in molded red walnut frame with gilt liner, OS: 26" x 40 1/2", SS: 21" x 35 1/2". Cleaned and relined, fine craquelure.

Lot: 2037 - WICK AHRENS (VT/CA, 1944-2016)

Finback Whale, carved and painted wooden sculpture, signed near tail and dated 2006, with inset glass eye, 33" x 10". Good condition.

Lot: 2038 - WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS (ME/MA, 1842-1909)

Three-Mast Schooner "Annie C. Grace" passing the Boston Harbor's Castle William, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated '61, in vintage red walnut frame with gilt liner, OS: 29" x 43", SS: 21 1/2" x 35 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2039 - WICK AHRENS (VT/CA, 1944-2016)

Right Whale, carved and painted wooden sculpture, signed near tail and dated 2011, 30" x 13". Good condition.

Lot: 2040 - EDWARD A. HARVEY (MA, 1862-1917)

Two Mast Schooner "Harriet", entering harbor, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1-15, in gold gesso cove frame, OS: 30" x 42", SS: 23 1/2" x 35 1/2". Fine overall craquelure, loss to frame corners.

Lot: 2041 - CLARK VOORHEES JR. (CT/VT, 1911-1980)

Painted Wood Carving of a Sperm Whale, circa 1960, half wall-mount plaque, stamped with his name and carved monogram verso, 17 1/4" long. Good condition.

Lot: 2042 - RICHARD C. HAFENFUS (ME/MA, 1932-2019)

Portrait of the Sailing Ship "I.L. Skofield", oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1983, in a black and gold molded cove frame, OS: 26" x 36", SS: 21 1/4" x 31 1/4". Good condition. The Skofield Shipyard was in Brunswick, Maine.

Lot: 2043 - NANTUCKET SWING HANDLE BASKET

Late 19th c. Round Open Swing Handle Nantucket Basket, single wrapped rim, turned wood base with concentric grooves, nice patina, unsigned, 4 7/8" high (to rim), 8 1/8" high to top of handle, 6 3/4" diam. Small foot edge nick and handle nick, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 2044 - FRANCIS AUGUSTUS SILVA (NY, 1835-1886)

Marine Traffic Passing the Boston Light, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in fine replica gilt cove frame, OS: 14 1/2" x 23 1/2", SS: 8 1/2" x 17 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2045 - SHERWIN BOYER (1907-1964) NANTUCKET BASKET PURSE

Vintage Nantucket Woven Basket Purse, by artisan Sherwin Boyer, mid-20th c., with inlaid mahogany eagle and shield wooden lid panel, leather front flap with brass hasp and loop, ivory peg, base stamped with Boyer's circular mark and 'Nantucket, Mass.' in script, shadow of where original paper label was affixed, 11 1/2" high (handle up), 9 1/2" x 7". Leather band holding peg broken (peg present).

Lot: 2046 - HENRY FARRER (NY/UK, 1843-1903)

"Side-Wheelers", graphite on paper, signed lower left, titled on label verso from Hirschl & Adler Galleries of New York, in a gilt cove frame with a French-ruled mat, glazed, OS: 19 1/4" x 26 3/4", SS: 12" x 19". Good condition, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2047 - NANTUCKET BASKET PURSE WITH WATERCOLOR LID PLAQUE

Finely Crafted Personalized Nantucket Basket Purse, having an applied glass topped lid plaque with original watercolor painting signed 'TF Ram' depicting an early 20th c. town scene with street car, lid interior with painted personalized ivory plaque for "Maurine P. Rothschild", with carved bone hasp and pin, 11 3/4" high, 10" x 7 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2048 - (15) MARINE LITHOGRAPHS AFTER FREDERIC SCHILLER COZZENS (NY, 1846-1928)

Set of (15) Framed Images of "The Great White Fleet", colored lithographs, signed and dated "Fred S. Cozzen, '93" lower left in plate, copyright 1893, American Publishing Co., Hartford, Conn., Armstrong & Co. Lith, Boston, in black painted and gilded wooden frames with double mats, most with plate #s and ships identified verso, six with past owner's hand drawn ship images and ship identifications verso, OS: 14 3/8" x 17 7/8", SS: 7 5/8" x 12". One frame edge nick, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 2049 - WILLIAM STANLEY HASELTINE (NY/PA/ITALY, 1835-1900)

A Sketchbook containing forty-seven pencil sketches of the Italian coast, in black leather, 6 1/4" x 9 1/2". His name and Paris address at front. Also "Napoli, 1868'. Contains over (20) sketches, several are double-page panoramas. Wear to binding, contents good.

Lot: 2050 - HENRY WAUGH (IN/ITALY/UK, 1835-1865)

(3) Sketchbooks of pencil sketches and watercolors taken from landscapes in America and Europe: one with (25) watercolors having location identified (mostly Maine and New Hampshire), dated 1881; the second with watercolors of the Hudson River Valley, and Europe, dated 1884; the third mostly pencil sketches of the New England coast, dated 1868-69. None are signed but in his style and with his handwriting throughout. (2) 5" x 10" & (1) 5 1/2" x 8". Worn bindings, sketches generally very good.

Lot: 2051 - THOMAS CLARKSON 'CLARK' OLIVER (MA, 1827-1893)

"Lighthouse, Bar Harbor, Maine", oil on academy board, signed lower right and dated 1877, titled on label from Hirschl & Adler Galleries of New York, housed in a gilt deep cove frame, OS: 20 1/2" x 16 1/2", SS: 15" x 11". Good condition.

Lot: 2052 - IN THE MANNER OF MARY BLOOD MELLEN (MA, 1817-1882)

Skiff and Cat Boat off Short Beach, oil on canvas, unsigned, in Victorian gilt gesso frame, OS: 16" x 21 1/4", SS: 9 3/4" x 15". Fine craquelure.

Lot: 2053 - XANTHUS RUSSELL SMITH (PA/ME, 1839-1929)

"Launch of the 'Ohio'", watercolor on paper, initialed lower left and dated 1872, titled lower right and on Vose Galleries of Boston label verso, in a replica gilt cove matched corner frame under a dimensional linen mat with gilt liner, glazed, OS: 14 1/2" x 17 3/4", SS: 5 3/4" x 9". Fine condition.

Lot: 2054 - ROBERT SWAIN GIFFORD (NY/MA, 1840-1905)

"Grand Manan", oil on academy board, signed lower right and dated 1862, depicting a Brigantine being driven on towards the rocky coast by a storm, backstamped by Vose Galleries of Boston, with two notes verso that read "Painting of ship by R. Swain Gifford to Grace Dana --- (Forbes)" and "Picture by R. Swain Gifford given as a wedding gift to Eliza N. Dana by (P)itts Morgan in 1862. It was painted to---- at the time of his ----". Housed in the original ornate gilt gesso matched corner deep cove frame, OS: 15" x 21", SS: 8" x 14". Good condition, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2055 - ANNA MARY RICHARDS BREWSTER (MA/NY, 1870-1952)

"St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall", oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed in ink on reverse "St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall England, 1905": In "Sketches from the British Isles" by Anna Richards Brewster vol. 3 (Scarsdale, New York, The Marchbanks Press, 1958), p. 215. Her name and location on frame tag, label verso from Frank S. Schwarz & Son of Philadelphia. Housed in the original gilt ribbed cove frame, OS: 13" x 18 3/4", SS: 7 1/4" x 12 3/4". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2056 - ALFRED THOMPSON BRICHER (NY/NH, 1837-1908)

"Surf, Rocks, and Sea with Sailboats", oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated '85, titled on label verso from Kennedy Galleries of New York, in gilt molded cove frame with linen liner, OS: 24 1/4" x 36 1/4", SS: 17 1/4" x 29 1/4". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2057 - DAVID CLAYPOOLE JOHNSTON (PA/MA, 1799-1865)

"Ship in Storm", watercolor on paper, unsigned, artist identified and title noted on Hirschl & Adler Galleries of New York label verso, housed in a gilt cove frame with blue French-ruled mat, glazed, OS: 13" x 15 1/2", SS: 6" x 8 1/2". Good condition, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2058 - XANTHUS RUSSELL SMITH (PA/ME, 1839-1929)

"'Flambeau' and U.S.S. 'Patapsco'", pencil on paper, unsigned, dated and inscribed lower left "Port Royal S.C., March, 1863, Flambeau", inscribed bottom center "U.S.S. Patapsco", label verso from Schwarz Gallery of Philadelphia, indicates this was illustrated in the "Philadelphia Collection LXV", pl. 12. Housed in a gilt stick frame with gilt ruled grey mat, OS: 12 1/2" x 16", SS: 6" x 9 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2059 - JASPER FRANCIS CROPSEY (NY, 1823-1900)

Mother and Daughter Crossing Stream on Bridge in flat valley basin, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, in faux gesso frame, under glass, OS: 18" x 24", SS: 13" x 19", fine condition.

Lot: 2060 - JOHN FREDERICK KENSETT (NY/CT, 1816-1872)

"View from Narragansett," oil on canvas laid to board, unsigned, in the original ornate gilt deep cove frame with name tag, OS: 23" x 31", SS: 11 3/4" x 19 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2061 - ARTHUR PARTON (NY/PA/UK, 1842-1919)

Two Oxen Cart Skirting a Pond, early autumn, upstate New York, oil on canvas, unsigned, in vintage gold molded panel frame, OS: 22 1/2" x 35 1/2", SS: 17 1/2" x 29 1/2". Cleaned and relined, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2062 - ATTRIBUTED TO ALFRED ORDWAY (MA/NH, 1819-1897)

"Meadow Brook", oil on canvas, in modern gold cove frame with linen liner, OS: 19 1/2" x 29 1/4", SS: 14 1/2" x 24 1/4". Cleaned and relined. Includes 1981 receipt from Gralyn Furniture of North Conway, NH.

Lot: 2063 - SCHOOL OF JOHN FREDERICK KENSETT (NY/CT, 1816-1872)

Mountain Stream, oil on academy board, unsigned, in gold painted molded panel frame, OS: 15" x 22 1/2", SS: 11" x 18 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2064 - LILLY MARTIN SPENCER (OH/NY, 1822-1902)

"Our Future Americans", circa 1860, oil on canvas, life-sized portraits of a young girl and boy, she is standing with a parrot at her right hand in front of a garden urn, he is seated leaning on his drum, sticks in hand, an American flag in his lap and two faithful dogs alongside, the boy's leg resting on one of them. Housed in a magnificent ornate gilt matched corner frame with tag giving name and title, OS: 72 1/2" x 59", SS: 59 1/2" x 46". Fine condition.

Lot: 2065 - JAMES MCDOUGAL HART (NY, 1828-1901)

Pastoral Scene of Cows at Pond, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1881, housed in an ornate gold gesso frame, OS: 38" x 30", SS: 29 1/2" x 21 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2066 - EDMUND AUBREY HUNT (MA/UK, 1855 - 1922)

Skiff Approaching Coastal Schooner, oil on board, signed lower right, circa 1890, in Dutch gold cove frame, OS: 25 1/2" x 35 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 29 1/2". Relined, Good condition.

Lot: 2067 - GEORGE SAVARY WASSON (ME/MA, 1855-1932)

"Block House, Kittery Point, Maine, June 1889", depicting the building behind two moored fishing boats in fog, oil on chamfered mahogany panel, signed lower right, titled verso, unframed, 6" x 8", cleaned.

Lot: 2068 - AARON DRAPER SHATTUCK (CT/NH, 1832-1928)

"Whitehead Cliffs, Monhegan Island, Maine", 1858, oil on canvas, laid to upson board, unsigned, location identified and date written verso, in gold gesso frame. PLUS Certificate of Provenance, dated Oct 8 1969, indicating that Shattuck identified this as his work, given to his daughter A.D. Shattuck, and removed by the family from the A.D. Shattuck homestead in Granby, Conn. OS: 14" x 18 3/4", SS: 9" x 13 3/4". Good condition, one bit of frame gone.

Lot: 2069 - WINSLOW HOMER (MA/ME/UK, 1836-1910)

"Coming Through the Rye", oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1867, Vieille Mfr de Couleurs de Paris stencil verso, titled on label verso from Driscoll Babcock Gallery of New York, housed in a gilt oak panel frame by Gill & Lagodich. OS: 25" x 20", SS: 16 1/4" x 11 1/4". Stretcher size: 16 3/4" x 11 3/4". Condition: Excellent, stable, intact and clean. Old hot wax relining recently removed. Cleaning and conservation performed by David Bull at Fine Art Conservation, 17 East 76th St. New York. Catalogue Raisonne #305. Selected exhibitions: New York, Tenth Street Building, Artist's Reception , 27 March 1873. New York, Somerville Art Gallery (auction rooms) 26 April - 6 May, 1873, Number 64. New York, Kurtz Gallery (auction rooms) c. 19-6 February 1878, Number 11. Chicago, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, October, 2017, Sale 257, Lot 94, New York, The American Art Fair, 11-15 November, 2017, Driscoll Babcock Galleries.

Lot: 2070 - ATTRIBUTED TO CAROLINE STEHLIN (NY/ME, 1877-1928)

Full-length Profile Portrait of a Woman in a yellow evening gown, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, 27" x 17". Repaired tear in background lower left.

Lot: 2071 - CHARLES B. RUSS (MA/NH, 1825-1920)

White Mountain Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1881, depicting two cows at river's edge, single distant sailboat and town backed by mountains, housed in a modern gold carved frame with celadon wash, linen and gold liner, OS: 32 1/2" x 28 1/2", SS: 26 1/2" x 21 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2072 - WILLIAM EDWARD NORTON (MA, 1843-1916)

"Disembarking at Low Tide", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on label verso, depicting crews leaving a row of beached Dutch fishing vessels in the rain, housed in a modern gold molded frame with linen liner, OS: 29 1/2" x 40 1/2", SS: 23" x 34". Two repaired tears lower left.

Lot: 2073 - FITZ HENRY LANE (MA, 1804-1865)

Maine Harbor at Sunset, oil on canvas, lightly signed lower right, in ornate deep cove gilt gesso frame, OS: 20 1/2" x 24 3/4", SS: 11 1/4" x 15 1/2", cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2074 - JULIAN SCOTT (NJ/VT, 1846-1901)

Sentry in Rubble, Sixth Corps Badge (Red Cross, but not medical) on his Canteen, oil on canvas, signed lower left, housed in a 'rustic' red mahogany deep cove frame with gilt liner, 21" x 18", 13 3/4" x 10 3/4". Good, untouched condition, tiny hole at top, some craquelure.

Lot: 2075 - THOMAS MORAN (PA/CA, 1837-1926)

"Grand Canyon", oil on mahogany panel, initialed lower right, titled and identified, "From the Laura Davidson Sears Collection, The Elgin Academy Art Gallery, Elgin, Illinois"on label verso, in large ornate Dutch gold gesso frame, OS: 33 1/2" x 33", SS: 20" x 19 1/2". Good condition. Includes 12/2/67 receipt for $200 purchase from Lenz Art Studio of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lot: 2076 - WILLIAM AIKEN WALKER (SC/LA, 1838-1921)

Wartime Slave Cabin, with Elderly Couple Out Front and Workers in Fields in Background, oil on canvas, initialed lower left and dated 1863, having a second study of the same building verso, housed in the original gilt ribbed cove frame, OS: 14 1/2" x 20", SS: 6 3/4" x 12 1/4". Very good condition, minor frame loss. Walker was born to an Irish Protestant father who was a prominent Cotton Broker, and a mother of genteel lineage in Charleston, SC. Self-taught, he served in the Confederate Army as a cartographer, began painting full time after the war. Fascinated with the life of the freedmen, he traveled the south recording sharecropper genre scenes. He lived in New Orleans 1876-1905, his most productive period, working from memory and sketches made during the Reconstruction era.

Lot: 2077 - ALFRED THOMPSON BRICHER (NY/NH, 1837-1908)

Coastal Scene, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in a replica gold deep cove matched corner frame, OS: 34 3/4" x 47 1/2", SS: 25 1/4" x 38 1/2".

Lot: 2078 - EDWARD PERCY MORAN (NY/PA, 1862-1935)

The Marriage of George Washington's adopted Step-Granddaughter Eleanor 'Nelly' Parke Lewis Custis to Lawrence Lewis on February 22, 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Washington stood for her as her father had died at Yorktown of camp fever. George and Martha (who is shown seated behind being paid attendance by Lewis) had adopted Eleanor and her brother George Custis. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, in ornate gold gesso reticulated frame, OS: 40" x 34", SS: 27 1/2" x 21 1/2", loss to frame.

Lot: 2079 - THOMAS MORAN (PA/CA, 1837-1926)

"Summer Reflections", a tonalist landscape with lake and castle, oil on canvas, signed lower center, in what may be the original deep cove gilt gesso frame, OS: 31" x 37", SS: 19 1/2" x 25 1/2", cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2080 - WILLIAM MASON BROWN (NY/NJ, 1828-1898)

View of Frenchman's Bay, Lamoine, Maine, depicting Native Americans on shore with two canoes moored nearby, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1875, housed in the original fancy gilt gesso deep cove frame, OS: 23 1/4" x 31 1/4", SS: 15 1/2" x 23 1/2". Repaired puncture just above the signature.

Lot: 2081 - WILLIAM LOUIS SONNTAG (NY/OH, 1822-1900)

The Old Mill, oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1880 verso, with a 'G' inside a diamond, housed in the original fine gold gesso frame, OS: 19" x 22", SS: 9" x 11 3/4". Cleaned and relined, edges retouched.

Lot: 2082 - CLINTON LOVERIDGE (NY/NH, 1838-1915)

Pastoral Scene with Herder and Dog at Stream, oil on linen, signed lower left, unframed, 27 1/2" x 35 1/2". Three light rubs in sky. Unframed.

Lot: 2083 - PAUL CUSHMAN, ALBANY STONEWARE CROCK WITH INCISED BIRD

Early 19th c. Ovoid Salt Glazed Stoneware Vessel, by Paul Cushman (Albany, NY, 1767-1832), with tooled shoulder and applied lug side handles, one side with coggled mark: "Paul.Cushman's.Stoneware.Factory.1809PAU" and incised bird decoration, backside with three incised birds, 11 1/4" high, 8 3/4" diam. Rim and base edge chips; multiple firing flaws and occlusions.

Lot: 2084 - DATED 1829 SAMPLER BY TAMSON HEVERLY, AGED 11, CENTRE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Four Alphabets with a view of the family home flanked by flowering trees and picket fences, wool on linen, dated and identified on front, geographical location given in modern note on back. In red walnut ogee frame, under glass, OS: 18 1/2" x 15", SS: 16" x 12 1/2". Fine condition. Tamson Heverly Schenck (1818-1892) daughter of Christian Heverly and Hannah Colburn, wife of Jonathan Schenck (1818-1901), they had 8 children. Buried in Schencks Cemetery, Howard, Centre County, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 2085 - PAINTED STEPBACK CUPBOARD

18th c. American Country Painted Pine Cupboard, with three-shelf open top with plate grooves, shaped edge base with curved side projections, single door below with butterfly hinges and wooden latch, single interior shelf, shaped base edge, 80" high, 47 1/2" x 16 1/4". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2086 - COLONIAL FLOOR STANDING RUSH LIGHT

18th c. Wrought Iron Rush Light Holder, with hinged clip and single candle socket, twist column stem, set on a tripod base with twisted spider form legs and penny feet, 43 5/8" high, 12 1/4" diam. at base. Surface wear.

Lot: 2087 - LARGE EARLY GRENFELL RUG, MOUNTED TO HANG

Early 20th c Grenfell Labrador Industries hooked rug depicting a hunter with rifle and attendant Husky dog climbing a snowy hill towards their cabin, flanked by pine trees, self framed in faux wood pattern hooked frame, set into a gilt oak box frame, OS: 28 1/2" x 42", SS: 26 3/4" x 40 1/4". Slightly yellowed.

Lot: 2088 - 19TH C. ARROW FORM WEATHERVANE

Ver de Gris Patinated Copper Weathervane, with dimensional arrow piercing a central sphere, mounted on a custom oak base, 16" x 34" x 6 1/2" overall, dents to sphere. After the pattern by Cushing and White.

Lot: 2089 - PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH PAINTED DOWRY CHEST, INSCRIBED "ELISABETH WITMER IN ANNO 1811"

Six Plank Pine Mennonite Mule Chest constructed of sturdy 1" members, painted in yellow ochre with wine trim, the top with applied friction fit molding, decorated with two tombstones of flowers, inscription at top in lozenge frame around the lock escutcheon, the iron lock intact but without key, flanked by rectangular framed flowers, three molded edge drawers bottom front having Sheraton brass bails and oval lock escutcheons, no keys, resting on exposed dovetail bracket base, the interior with covered till, 28" x 51" x 22", very good condition.

Lot: 2090 - FIGURAL HOOKED RUG

Free-hand 'Canada Geese', depicting a pair in flight over a turquoise sky, initialed 'MW' or 'WM', 29" x 42". Very good condition.

Lot: 2091 - WILLIAM & MARY PAINTED CHEST

Early 18th c. American Maple Five Drawer Chest, with black painted surface, overhanging applied molded edge top, two short over three long drawers, with original brass teardrop form pulls and lock escutcheons, paneled sides and back, molded edge base, set on turnip feet, pine secondary wood, 40 1/4" high, 21 1/2" x 40". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2092 - MID 19TH C. AMERICAN CALLIGRAPHY PICTURE IN GRAIN PAINTED FRAME

Folk Art Standing Lion, steel nibbed pen and ink on paper, unsigned, in beveled grain painted pine frame under old glass, OS: 21 1/2" x 26 3/4", SS: 16 1/2" x 21 34". Toned, bends, repaired tears, edge chips.

Lot: 2093 - JOHN MUNSON PEWTER COFFEEPOT

Mid-19th c. Pewter Lighthouse Form Coffeepot, by John Munson (Yalesville, CT, active c. 1846-1852), with raised body band and scroll form handle, stamped "Munson" in rectangular cartouche on base, 10 1/4" high, 10 1/2" x 6". Minor body dents.

Lot: 2094 - PAINTED PINE CORNER CUPBOARD

18th c. American Architectural Form Cabinet, with top molding, arch-top single door with six raised panels, interior with six open shelves, old crackled surface, 77" high, 35 3/8" x 15". Condition commensurate with age.

Lot: 2095 - ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MATTHEW PRIOR (MA/ME, 1806-1873)

Portrait of a Young Girl, oil on paperboard, unsigned, a bust-length portrait, with subject seated between swagged drapes, in an Empire mahogany veneered pine ogee frame, OS: 16 1/2" x 12 1/2", SS: 13 1/2" x 9 3/8". Paint flakes and surface scuffs, touch-up areas lower center.

Lot: 2096 - PR MIRRORED TIN CANDLE SCONCES

Pair of Vintage Wall Sconces, early to mid-20th c. reproductions of colonial wall lights, with concave faceted mirrored backs, tin candle cups, and pie crust form crimped bobeches, 9 1/4" high, 7 7/8" x 4 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2097 - TIGER MAPLE TILT TOP TEA TABLE

18th c. Queen Anne Tea Table, with urn form pedestal, and tripod base with cabriole legs and snake feet, 31" diam., 26" high (down), 42 3/4" high (up).

Lot: 2098 - 20TH C. GILT COPPER FIRE PUMPER WEATHERVANE ON CUSTOM STAND

Two horses pulling a four wheel fire engine with a single driver, no rider at back. Engine rests on tubular steel frame, having a custom black steel stand lift off for shipping). After the pattern by Cushing and White, made 1875-1888.

Lot: 2099 - JAMES MONROE HISTORIC HOOKED RUG

19th c. Historic Hooked Rug, depicting "The Seat of James Monroe", with an image of Highland, the Monroe house, bordered by the title and floral motifs, 48 1/2" x 40 1/2". Old patch repairs, moth damage and wear, tears, frayed edges.

Lot: 2100 - TIGER MAPLE APOTHECARY CHEST

19th c. 15-Drawer Cabinet, with overhanging top, drawers with wooden pulls and painted pine interior, shaped bracket base, 32 1/2" high, 41" x 12". Top shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 2101 - CHERRY CUTLERY CARRIER

18th c. Wooden Silverware Tray, in figured cherry, with shaped handle, exposed dovetailed construction, 5 3/4" high, 13 1/2" x 9 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2102 - DEERFIELD PAINTED BLANKET CHEST

Circa 1700 Red Painted Joined Chest, having a molded edge lift top with original hinges and two faux drawer fronts, above three working drawers, brass tear drop pulls, paneled sides, applied molded lower edge, set on tall turned stile feet, 54" high, 42 1/2" x 20". Replaced pulls. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2103 - 18TH C. TWO-SOCKET FLOOR CANDELABRUM

Vintage Brass and Forged Iron Candle Stand, with pointed top and twisted stem, adjustable height double candle socket shelf, set on curved legs, 57" high, 14 1/4" diam. base. Water stains and minor rust.

Lot: 2104 - 1814 AMERICAN SAMPLER

Alphabet and Prayer Sampler by Sarah Ann Baker, aged 12, dated 1814, having two four-line prayers, floral vine and pine frond border, two 'gentlemen' with dogs, tulip trees, housed in the original grain painted mitered frame, under modern non-glare glass, OS: 21" x 18", SS: 15 3/4" x 12 3/4". Yellowed, rippled.

Lot: 2105 - TIGER MAPLE BLANKET CHEST

19th c. American Child's Trunk, having an overhanging hinged lift top with applied molded edge, six-panel front and paneled sides, interior with lidded ditty box, set on turned legs, with key, 21 1/4" high, 36 1/4" x 15".

Lot: 2106 - 19TH C. AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTED GAME BOARD ON PINE

Sandy Red on flat black Checkerboard, with raised edge and compartments, initialed "JLT" in white, 30" x 20" x 1". Good condition.

Lot: 2107 - RED PAINTED CHIMNEY CUPBOARD

19th c. Diminutive Country Cupboard, red surface with molded edge top, three-panel door, three interior shelves, 44 1/2" high, 18 1/2" x 11 3/4". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2108 - FISH WEATHERVANE

Vintage Sheet Metal Cod Form Weathervane, with mounting pipe, directional arrow and finial, 26 1/4" high, 35 1/2" wide. Rusted surface.

Lot: 2109 - PINE TAVERN TABLE

18th c. American Tavern Table, having an overhanging two-board top with breadboard ends, baluster turned legs, set on a stretcher base, 25 3/4" high, 49 3/4" x 30". Condition commensurate with age.

Lot: 2110 - GALLERY MOUNTED 19TH C. NEW ENGLAND HOOKED RUG

A Cluster of Red and White Roses, set against an ochre field, 29" x 42". Good condition.

Lot: 2111 - ROCKING MAMMY'S BENCH

19th c. Mahogany Spindle Back Settee, with straight crest rail, curved arms, shaped seat, adjustable cradle fence, front and back slat stretchers, rocking chair legs, painted initials 'JWT' on base, 27 1/2" high, 47" x 27 1/2". Refinished surface.

Lot: 2112 - PR EARLY WROUGHT IRON ANDIRONS

Pair of 18th c. Faceted Ball Goose Neck Andirons, with penny feet, 16 3/4" high, 9 1/2" x 16". One has an old log holder repair, edge losses.

Lot: 2113 - APPLE GREEN PAINTED CHIMNEY CABINET

18th - 19th c. Pine Chimney Cabinet, with green painted surface, originally a built-in piece with molded top and side edge, single paneled door, red stained interior surface with four shelves, replaced hinges (older hinge remnants still attached), 49 3/4" high, 19" x 12". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2114 - 7' X 10' SHAKER BRAIDED RUG WITH THREE CIRCLE CENTER

Oval Rug with three-ring center, parti-color with black and dark brown edges, several breaks, no material loss.

Lot: 2115 - NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE OVAL TAVERN TOP TABLE, ORIGINAL TOP

Solid Maple Oval Top Tavern Table, having a two-plank overhanging bullnose top, bracketed skirt with wood peg construction, round tapered legs ending in pad feet, 26 1/2" x 33 3/4" x 27". Very good condition.

Lot: 2116 - 19TH C. FRAMED THEOREM

Bluebird on Fruit, watercolor on silk velvet, ca. 1840, unsigned, housed in the original lemon gold molded wooden frame, glazed, OS: 15 1/2" x 19", SS: 12" x 15 1/4". Theorem toning and discoloration; frame paint losses and edge/corner chips.

Lot: 2117 - NEW ENGLAND PAINT DECORATED WASHSTAND

Circa 1830s Pine Bowfront Washstand, with mustard yellow surface and exuberant painted decoration in red, taupe and green, with shaped backsplash, curved and scrolled sides, lower shelf and single drawer below, set on turned legs, 36 1/2" high, 18" x 17 3/4".

Lot: 2118 - CHILD SIZE STEPBACK CUPBOARD

19th c. Diminutive Red Painted Country Cupboard, open top with two shelves, single door below with interior shelf, boarded back, 42" high, 22 1/4" x 13 1/2". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2119 - EARLY 19TH C. AMERICAN TAVERN TABLE

Elm Top with breadboard ends, walnut base having ring and urn turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 26 1/2" x 23 1/2" x 43". Nice age and use patina.

Lot: 2120 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG

Three adjoined panels, a long leafy vine in green, tan, gold, terracotta and brown, plain tan border, 1'-5" x 13'-7". Good condition.

Lot: 2121 - PAINTED BLANKET BOX

18th c. American Blue Painted Lift Top Trunk, lid with applied side moldings, iron strap hinges, interior with lidded ditty box, applied molded edge base, 17" high, 40 3/4" x 18 1/2". Condition commensurate with age.

Lot: 2122 - PR PAINTED THUMB BACK SIDE CHAIRS

Pair of 19th c. Stencil Decorated Thumb Back Arrowback Chairs, with green painted surface, grapevine and leaf stenciling, three-slat backs, balloon form rush seats, turned legs and shaped front stretcher, 34" high, 18 1/4" x 16 1/4", 17 1/2" seats. Old seat edge repairs, replaced seats, paint losses.

Lot: 2123 - SNUFF BOX WITH MOUNT VERNON CONNECTION

18th c. English Papier Mache Snuff Box with hinged friction fit lid, faux tortoiseshell exterior having inlaid silver ivy border and blossom center, black lacquer interior, 1" x 3 1/2" x 1 7/8". Minor separation, edge loss. Old note inside reads: "Phillip, This snuff box was given to me more than 40 years ago. It came out of the Home of George Washington, Mount Vernon, Va."

Lot: 2124 - EARLY FRENCH CANADIAN TAVERN TABLE

18th c. Softwood Stretcher Base Table, with applied molded edge top, frieze with two paneled drawers, block and baluster turned legs, H-form turned stretcher base, 26 1/4" high, 37 1/4" x 24". Condition commensurate with age.

Lot: 2125 - FOLK ART HOOKED RUG, MOUNTED TO HANG

Early 20th c. Hooked Rug with a simple depiction of a single red flower in a pale blue vase, on tan field with black border, unframed, on black edged stretcher, 29" x 38". Good condition.

Lot: 2126 - EARLY FRENCH CANADIAN TAVERN TABLE

18th c. Quebec Walnut Single Drawer Table, rectangular shape with applied molded edge top, molded edge drawer with wooden pull, block and baluster turned legs, turned H-form stretcher base with central urn form knop, 28 1/2" high, 43 3/4" x 24 1/2". Condition commensurate with age.

Lot: 2127 - PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET DATED 1818

19th c. Fire Society Bucket with Handle, having a black, red and gold painted surface, with member's name "Oliver Train", "No. 1" (possibly to designate one of two buckets), "1818" (the society's founding date), and "Energetic Fire Society" in a red oval, also with swag and chains, 14" high (to top of handle lugs), 8" diam. Paint losses; surface dryness, cracks and damage; repair to one side of handle. Up until the Civil War, some American communities had fraternal fire fighting organizations that were created to protect the possessions and property of its members. When an alarm sounded, members were required to quickly respond and bring with them two buckets and two large bags (for removing valuables from the burning building).

Lot: 2128 - FEDERAL MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST

Early 19th c. New England Four-Drawer Chest, having an overhanging top with inlaid edge, four graduated cockbeaded edge drawers with tiger maple fronts and ebony stringing, oval eagle repousse drop bail pulls and brass escutcheons, shaped apron and set on French feet, 37 1/2" high, 34 1/4" x 20 1/8". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2129 - WILLIAM & MARY PERIOD COURTING MIRROR

Remarkable example, in typical scale having a 'gabled' top with floral backpainted glass insert, the body in beaded ogee mahogany, with parti-color floral decoration over a salmon band, retaining the original silvered glass, 10 1/2" x 7". Fine condition.

Lot: 2130 - SERAPI CARPET

Large gabled stepped medallion in red, rose, sky blue and gold on the tan/gold field, with serrated leaves, vines and palmettes in midnight and Persian blue, rose and red, midnight blue pendants, Persian blue spandrels, abrashed terracotta 'turtle' border, 11'-9" x 14'-6". Minor wear and minor end loss.

Lot: 2131 - EARLY 19TH C. ELI TERRY & SONS PILLAR AND SCROLL BRACKET CLOCK

Classic Mahogany Pillar and Scroll Clock with brass finials, painted wood dial, 8-day time and strike wooden works, original weights and pendulum. Retains original glass and interior paper label that reads "Patent Clocks Invented by Eli Terry/Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut/E. Terry & Son/Warranted if well used."

Lot: 2132 - GOMBUD STYLE CARPET

Large dome like central medallion in rose, ivory, blue-gray and sky blue, surrounded by a diamond lattice with similar colors, midnight blue rosette and palmette border, 11' x 15'. Good condition, minor fading.

Lot: 2133 - RARE PAIR OF 18TH C. NEW YORK CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CHAIRS PURPORTEDLY FROM THE GEN. JOHN CADWALADER HOUSE

Graceful, classically proportioned chairs having ram's horn scrolled end rails centered on shell carvings, heart and fleur-de-lis pierced splats, deep molded arched skirt with central inverted shell matching the rail, sturdy front cabriole legs having small scrolled brackets, aggressively carved shell knees, tapering sinuous legs ending in ball and claw feet, the back legs shaped, slip seats retaining 1920's ochre brocade, all but one original blocks are present. 17 1/2" seats, 40 1/2" backs, 23" x 19 1/2". Very good condition, one small inletted repair to ram's horn scroll top, rich warm wood patina. Marked "VII" and "VIII" on the top of the seat railing.

Lot: 2134 - CHINESE EXPORT SOUP TUREEN AND STAND

Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Oval Lidded Tureen and Underplate, having a domed lid with gilded knob form finial, bulbous base with gilded openwork side handles, decorated with Mandarin court scenes and floral & butterfly border, tureen: 11" high, 14" x 10", underplate: 14 1/4" x 11 3/4". Minor finial gilding wear and two small firing cracks to tureen interior, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 2135 - CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR WITH EAGLE FINIAL

Late 18th c. American Mirror with figured mahogany frame, gilded eagle crest and scrolled top molding, carved and gilded side festoons, beveled edge mirror (not original), wooden back panel, with sheet containing provenance information (including its original owner - surveyor Andrew Ellicott who was appointed by the US Congress in 1792 to participate in laying out a plan for the city of Washington DC) affixed to back panel, 46" x 20 3/4". Old crest repairs.

Lot: 2136 - KERMAN CARPET

A large lobed midnight blue medallion inset with a gold lobed medallion, surrounded by flowering vines in sky blue, red, blue-green and midnight blue on the tan-gold field, red spandrels, tan-gold flowering vine border, 8' x 11'-4". Even wear, corner gouge one end.

Lot: 2137 - SHERATON BOW FRONT CHEST, ATTRIBUTED TO SEYMOUR WORKSHOP

Circa 1810 Boston Four-Drawer Bow Front Chest, made by or attributed to the John & Thomas Seymour workshop, with slightly overhanging top, bowed front and bullnose applied edge over a conforming case with four graduated cockbeaded edge drawers, each with crossbanding and a well figured satinwood panel, first period oval brass drawer pulls depicting recumbent lions; drawers are flanked by porringer corners with turned and reeded columns that are topped with watercress carvings with reeded and turned sections below; nicely shaped apron and set on fluted turned and tapered legs, 44 1/4" high, 45" x 22 3/4".

Lot: 2138 - CHINESE ROSE MEDALLION PLATTER

19th c. Oval Chinese Export Porcelain Tray, with intricate enameled decoration of flowers, butterflies, vase, firecrackers, birds, scrolls, and other auspicious symbols on a gold ground, unglazed foot, 18 3/8" x 14 3/8". Good condition.

Lot: 2139 - JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (1785-1851)

"Double-crested Cormorant", 1835 Havell hand colored lithograph on Whatman 1835 paper, sheet trimmed to 36" x 24 1/2", impression is 30 1/2" x 20 1/2". Edge chips and unevenly cut, loss to upper right corner, two short tears upper right. Professionally cleaned and repaired.

Lot: 2140 - RARE LATE 18TH C. DELAWARE TALL CLOCK BY JOSHUA JACKSON OF WILMINGTON

Mahogany Cased Tall Clock with broken swan neck pediment retaining original wood finials, full columns flanking the tombstone door, painted iron dial featuring a shepherdess at top and seashell and weed spandrels, marked "Josh. Jackson, Limestone Road, Dele,", brass works 8-day time and strike having seconds and calendar bits; the lower case in booked figured veneer, mitered edge, resting on French bracket foot; with original pendulum and weights. 91" (7'-7") x 19" x 11". Flaking to dial.

Lot: 2141 - FEDERAL PERIOD BULLSEYE ENTRY HALL MIRROR

Circa 1810, probably made in Boston, having a well carved full body turned head spread wing eagle in black at top, perched on a leafy pedestal, chain with spaced gilt sphered draped from the eagle's beak to the leafy brackets supporting scrolled candle brackets, the frame itself a molded deep cove with spaced spheres, having a lappet edging, a leafy bracket at bottom, 41" x 25" x 8".

Lot: 2142 - CLASSIC ARDEBIL CARPET

A circular lobed medallion with various pendants in tan, sky blue, maroon, midnight blue and camel on the open ivory field, matching spandrels, midnight blue paneled border, 8'-1" x 10'-4". Good pile, stains in field, signature at one end.

Lot: 2143 - PR QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS

Important Matched Pair of Mid-18th c. Walnut Side Chairs, Boston or surrounding area, c. 1740-60, with carved crest, vasiform back splat, first period slip seat with later gold brocade upholstery, carved scallop frieze, on cabriole legs connected by block and turned stretchers, ending in pad feet, each chair has an underside museum mark, 41" high, 21 1/2" x 19 1/2", 18" seat height. Condition commensurate with age and use. For a nearly identical chair, refer to Albert Sack's "Fine Points of Furniture", pg. 21 bottom photo under "Best".

Lot: 2144 - CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL PLATES

Group of (6) 18th c. Chinese Porcelain Plates, centered with a painted armorial crest of the Marquess of Tweeddale and motto "Spare Nought" (spare nothing), painted rims depicting dragons chasing flaming pearls, 9 3/4" diam. Minor paint and gilding losses; all with rim restoration.

Lot: 2145 - KASHAN CARPET

Overall lattice design with curved vines, palmettes and rosettes in Persian and midnight blue, rust-red, blue-green and camel on the abrashed gold field, rust-red vine and palmette border, 8'-6" x 11'-5". Even wear.

Lot: 2146 - QUEEN ANNE TWO-PART BIRCH HIGHBOY WITH HIDDEN DRAWER

Well Proportioned Highboy with flat molded cornice containing the concealed drawer, the upper case with two over three beaded edge drawers having later brasses, pine secondary; the lower case with molded receiver, shallow drawer over three deep drawers, over a triple arched skirt having two acorn pendants, the entirety raised on slender cabriole legs with pad feet, 66" x 38 1/2" x 19 1/2", 39" x 21" at knees. Repaired foot right rear.

Lot: 2147 - PR CHINESE EXPORT COVERED VEGETABLE DISHES

Pair of Early 19th c. Rectangular Lidded Dishes, with painted butterflies and floral decoration, bud form lid finials, notched corners, 5 1/4" high, 9 5/8" x 8 1/8". One restored finial.

Lot: 2148 - 19TH C. TABRIZ PICTORIAL CARPET

Rare monochromatic design featuring a meandering river with fish and cranes surrounded by a jungle of cypress trees, stags, climbing serpents, lions and tigers, large hardwood trees and birds, in golds, tan and brown, animal filled gold borders, 4'-10" x 6'-7". Even wear, edge and end loss, crease.

Lot: 2149 - ORMOLU MOUNTED ROSE MEDALLION CENTERPIECE BOWL

Chinese Export Rose Medallion Porcelain Bowl, in French gilded bronze pedestal mount with side handles and pierced rim, bowl exterior with paneled figural decoration surrounded by floral and butterfly motifs, later floral and butterfly decorated bowl interior, 13 1/4" high, 16 1/2" x 13 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2150 - MAHOGANY SHIELD BACK DINING CHAIRS

Set of (6) Chairs, (2) arm and (4) side, with shaped and carved crests, pierced splats, green damask upholstered seats, set on square tapered and slightly curved legs, armchairs: 38" high, 23 1/2" x 21 1/2", 18 1/2" high seat, side chairs: 37" high, 21" x 20", 18 1/2" seat. Back repairs, abrasions and scratches.

Lot: 2151 - SILVER MOUNTED CHINESE EXPORT PLATTER

Late 18th c. Famille Rose Porcelain Oval Platter, with English sterling silver side handles, London 1784 hallmarks, tray with central enameled floral decoration, cobalt blue and gilt decorated top edge, 2" high, 17 3/8" x 14 1/4". Gilding losses and a few edge glaze flakes.

Lot: 2152 - MAHAL CARPET, 10'6" x 12'

Mahal carpet, West Persia, early 20th Century, overall Herati design with diamonds & roosters in gold, red tan & ivory, on the abrashed & variant midnight blue field, tan palmette border. Even wear.

Lot: 2153 - TWO-PART CHIPPENDALE BUTLER'S SECRETARY

Late 18th c. Panel Door Secretary in highly figured matching mahogany, having a flat molded cornice, beaded trim doors over three interior shelves, the lower cabinet with molded receiver, containing three beaded edge drawers with brass wreath ring pulls, the uppermost is actually a fall front pull-out desk with (replaced) black leather writing surface and fitted interior consisting of compartments and drawers, tambour front center cabinet, the entirety resting on a molded bracket foot base. 86" tall, 51" x 23" at base, 12" deep upper interior. Replaced back foot, loose and lost veneer.

Lot: 2154 - LARGE FEDERAL PERIOD GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR

Full-Width Mirror in Gilt Neo-classical Frame with deep molded conforming crown having (29) pendant spheres, the frieze featuring crossed palm fronds flanked by crossed Roman torches, separated by oval sunburst blocks supported by Corinthian columns, retaining what appears to be the original thin grey mirrored glass, 39" x 65" x 4 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 2155 - BESHIR CARPET

Octagonal star filled medallion flanked by various palmettes, diamonds, octagons and star in red, ivory, gold and midnight blue on the variegated midnight blue and red field, midnight blue 'star' border, 5'-8" x 11'. Good condition.

Lot: 2156 - (2) CHINESE PORCELAIN ARMORIAL PLATES

Lot of (2) 18th c. Chinese Export Porcelain Armorial Plates, octagonal shape, incl: Plate with painted shield containing a rampant lion and motto "Qui eait bien ne craint rein" (he who does well fears nothing), surrounded by floral motifs, surrounded by gold and iron red decoration, green enameled rim, 9" diam.; and Plate with crest depicting a stag head and shield containing three greyhounds and three crescents, edge with bird and floral decoration, 8 3/4" diam. Rim flakes.

Lot: 2157 - CHIPPENDALE SLANT LID DESK

Early 19th c. Mahogany Desk, exposed dovetailed case, lid with two carved fans and breadboard ends, interior with four long drawers, central fan carved drawer and seven pigeon holes below, case with four graduated drawers with brass batwing pulls and escutcheons, set on a shaped bracket base with ball & claw feet, original backboards, pine secondary wood, 44" high, 43" x 23". Upper left corner lid loss area, surface wear.

Lot: 2158 - (2) CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN LOW BOWLS

Lot of (2) 18th c. Chinese Export Iron Red and Gold Armorial Bowls, with green, blue and yellow enamel, centered with painted coat of arms, surrounded by diapered band, outer rim with auspicious symbols and crest with bull's head and coronet, small: 1" high, 6 1/4" diam., larger: 1 1/8" high, 8 3/4" diam. Restoration (and surface flaking) to larger bowl.

Lot: 2159 - TABRIZ PRAYER RUG, 3'5" x 9' 6"

Tabriz prayer rug/ wall hanging, Northwest Persia, early 20th Century, a row of eight prayer panels, each inset on prayer ground cypress trees, palm trees, tree of Life, in blue-green, red, gold & tan, navy blue vine & palmette border.

Lot: 2160 - CHINESE CHIPPENDALE TEA TABLE

Mahogany Rectangular Table, shaped molded edge top with gadroon edge, blind fretwork carved frieze, set on cluster column legs with fancy cross stretcher base, 29 1/4" high, 29 3/4" x 22 1/2". Chips and losses.

Lot: 2161 - 18TH C. PORTRAIT OF AN ACADIAN LADY, IN THE ORIGINAL FRAME, UNTOUCHED

Bust Portrait of a Young Woman in green, oil on canvas, unsigned, circa 1750-70, the subject depicted having a French hairdressing of that period and a Huguenot traditional style lace head covering, found in Midcoast Maine, probably Acadian, in the original deep cove lemon gold frame, OS: 33 1/2" x 28", SS: 23 1/2" x 19". Overall fine craquelure, minor frame losses.

Lot: 2162 - SOUMAK RUG

Column of three gabled square medallions in midnight and royal blue, flanked by octagon rosettes, hooked diamonds and various polygons in Persian and midnight blue, ivory and aubergine on the abrashed rust-red field, multicolored stepped octagon border, 5'-3" x 8'-6". Good condition.

Lot: 2163 - OVAL SEWING STAND

19th c. Oval Lift Top Mahogany Sewing Table, with ink decorated top having a central cartouche depicting a woman and dog surrounded by a floral swag, conforming string inlaid apron, with pleated green silk fabric bag suspended below, set on string inlaid square tapered legs and cross stretcher, 31 3/4" high, 24" x 15 1/4". Surface wear.

Lot: 2164 - (3) CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATES

Lot of (3) Late 18th - Early 19th c. Chinese Export Porcelain Plates, incl: Armorial plate with hand painted crest depicting a lion rampant holding bow and arrow above a shield with floral sprays and bow below, black painted rim, 9 3/4" diam., paint losses and rim frits; Iron red decorated plate with enameled green and gilded highlights, landscape and floral decoration, 8 7/8" diam., rim and foot frits; and Famille verte plate with bird and floral decoration, 8 1/2" diam., paint losses, rim frits.

Lot: 2165 - CHIPPENDALE LOOKING GLASS

18th c. Mirror in parcel gilt mahogany with high broken arch swan's neck pediment, applied floral rosettes, composition and wire floral urn finial holding two blossoms and three leaves, with boxwood inlaid rectangles, flame figured frieze, flanked by five composition and wire graduated bellflower drops, 53" X 21 1/2". Good condition, loss to silvering.

Lot: 2166 - HERIZ CARPET

Northwest Persia, Navy blue gabled square medallion surrounded by vines and palmettes in navy and sky blue, brick red, gold and aubergine on the tan-gold field, navy blue 'turtle' border, 7'-5" x 10'. Good condition, water stains.

Lot: 2167 - PR HEPPLEWHITE STANDS

Pair of 19th c. Mahogany Two-Drawer Side Tables, with overhanging tops, two cockbeaded edge drawers with bookmatched figured mahogany fronts, round brass pulls, pine secondary wood, set on square tapered legs, 29" high, 13 5/8" x 11 3/4". Surface wear.

Lot: 2168 - CANTON PLATTER

19th c. Chinese Export Blue & White Canton Footed Well Platter, octagonal shape, 2 1/4" high, 17 1/2" x 14". Edge chip to one foot.

Lot: 2169 - KASVIN CARPET, 11'3" x 16'2"

Kasvin carpet, Northwest Persia, mid-20th Century. A lobed ivory center medallion with matching pendants and spandrels, flanked by flowering vines in sky & midnight blue, ivory, red & gold on the red field, ivory vine & palmette border. Good condition, with some minor end loss.

Lot: 2170 - LATE 18TH C. MASSACHUSETTS MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE

Stepped D-front Flame Mahogany Gate Leg Table with boxwood stringing to the lid edges, skirt and slender square tapered legs, 29 1/2" x 35" x 17 1/2". Water damage to top, veneer lifting to edge of top lid, needs refinishing.

Lot: 2171 - CHINESE EXPORT BLUE & WHITE CANTON SERVING PIECES

Lot of (6) Pieces of 19th c. Porcelain, incl: (2) Serving bowls, 8 3/4" x 6 1/2"; (2) Jugs, 3" high, 5" x 3 1/4" and 4 1/4" high, 7" x 4 1/2", larger with rim and handle glaze flakes and foot firing flaw; Octagonal platter, 12" x 14 3/4", two rim chips; and Oval serving plate, 10" x 7 5/8". Good condition, except as noted.

Lot: 2172 - MESHED CARPET, 11'7" x 15'

Meshed carpet, Northeast Persia, early 20th Century. Concentric rosette medallions in red, sky blue, gold & midnight blue, with matching pendants & "anchor" pendants, on the wine-red field, midnight blue palmette & botch border. Some areas of wear.

Lot: 2173 - SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND

19th c. Mahogany & Maple Side Table, top with applied overhanging tiger maple edge, drawers with Birdseye maple panels and ebony stringing, round brass repousse drawer pulls, set on turned legs, 28 1/4" high, 19 3/4" x 16 1/2". Top shrinkage cracks, surface wear.

Lot: 2174 - (6 PCS) CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CANTON

(6) Piece Chinese Export Canton Porcelain, incl: 19th c. navette shaped lidded serving dish, bud form lid finial, 3" high, 9 1/4" x 7 3/4", rim glaze frits; and (5) Small plates, early 20th c., 5 3/4" to 6" diam., three with rim frits, one with hairline.

Lot: 2175 - GENDJE RUG

Navy blue rectangular panel with star motifs flanked by a multicolored 'barber' pole in ivory, gold, blue-green and red, ivory 'cactus' border and navy blue 'crab' border, 3'-5" x 4'-5". Even wear.

Lot: 2176 - FEDERAL PERIOD EGLOMISE LOOKING GLASS

Trumeau Mirror, with upper eglomise panel of a man gathering kind;img, in a gilded frame with fluted columns supporting a molded pediment with rosette blocks, 27" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2177 - SHERATON MAHOGANY & TIGER MAPLE STAND

19th c. Two-Drawer Drop Leaf Stand, with cockbeaded edge tiger maple drawer fronts, round brass pulls, reeded and turned legs, 28 3/4" high, 22 1/4" x 14 3/4", 8 1/2" leaves. Surface wear, scratches and edge flakes, replaced pulls.

Lot: 2178 - BORDJALOU KAZAK RUG

Two radiating diamond medallions flanked by six octagons in gold, sky blue, ivory, red and navy blue on the red field, ivory serpent head border, 3'-7" x 4'-7". Good condition.

Lot: 2179 - (21) CHINESE BLUE & WHITE PLATES AND BOWLS

Group of (21) Chinese Export Blue & White Canton Dishes, late 19th - early 20th c., incl: (5) 7 1/2" diam. plates, four with rim chips; (1) 7" diam. plate; (7) 6 1/4" diam. plates, two with rim chips; (2) 5 3/4" diam. saucers; (3) 5 1/2" diam. plates, all with rim chips; (2) 8 3/4" diam. bowls, one with rim flake and (1) 6 1/8" diam. bowl, rim restored.

Lot: 2180 - SHERATON DROP LEAF STAND

19th c. Mahogany Two-Drawer Side Table, with drop side leaves, tiger maple drawer fronts with ebony stringing and brass round drop bail pulls, ring turned legs, pine secondary wood, 29 1/2" high, 18 1/2" x 20", 10" leaves. Surface wear, top gouges.

Lot: 2181 - QUEEN ANNE COURTING MIRROR

Circa 1740 Mahogany Veneer Mirror, with shaped top and base, applied gilded moldings, old refinish, original glass, paper backing, 21 3/4" high,10 1/4" wide. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2182 - HERIZ CARPET

Large midnight blue rosette medallion with anchor pendants, surrounded by serrated leaves, vines and palmettes, in sky blue, gold, blue-green, red and aubergine on the red field, midnight blue vine and palmette border, 8' x 11'-7". Mothing on back, pile is still good, even wear, end loss on one end.

Lot: 2183 - CHINESE PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL

Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Punch Bowl, with floral decorated interior and exterior rim bands, interior with central floral and bird cartouche, exterior with painted flowers, butterflies, birds and fruit motifs, unmarked, 5 1/2" high, 13 1/8" diam. Minor glaze losses.

Lot: 2184 - MINIATURE WALNUT CHEST-ON-CHEST

Finely Crafted Burl Walnut Veneered 8-Drawer Chest, top with overhanging molded edge cornice, two short over three long graduated drawers, three long graduated drawers below, set on a bracket base with canted front corners, wooden mushroom form drawer pulls, pine secondary wood, 24 3/8" high, 16 3/4" x 6 3/4". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2185 - CHINESE EXPORT BLUE & WHITE PORCELAIN

Lot of (3) Pieces, late 19th c., incl: Plate with flowering tree decoration, meander/Greek key rim, 7 3/4" diam., base hairline; Canton wash basin, with everted rim, centered with Canton scene surrounded by lappet motif decoration, remnants of a wax export seal affixed to interior, 3 3/8" high, 10 3/4" diam., good condition; and Oval Canton platter, with reticulated rim, 9 7/8" x 8 5/8", rim flakes.

Lot: 2186 - FINELY WOVEN INDO-PERSIAN SILK RUG

In the Kashan pattern, rose lobed diamond medallion surrounded by a densely filled floral midnight blue field, rose vine and palmette border, 4'-1" x 6'. Good condition.

Lot: 2187 - CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CHAIR WITH GREEN BROCADE SEAT

Probably Centennial, with shell crest, with scrolled top solid splat, ram's horn rail, muscular front legs ending in trifid feet, having a green brocade slip seat, 18" seat, 44" back, 22" wide at knees, 24" deep. Good condition.

Lot: 2188 - 19TH C. CHINESE TEAPOT FOR THE EUROPEAN MARKET

Bulbous Pot with dragon modeled spout and handle, delicate famille rose decoration, unmarked, 6 1/4" tall. Hairline to handle.

Lot: 2189 - KERMAN CARPET

A framed oval floral medallion in rose-red and sky blue on the sky blue field, decorated with floral sprays and flowering vines, tan-gold meander border, 7'-8" x 10'. Good condition, needs cleaning.

Lot: 2190 - CHIPPENDALE CHAIR IN WALNUT WITH NEEDLEPOINT SEAT

Classic Form, with ram's horn rail, pierced urn back splat, beaded square member frame with H-stretcher, blue floral needlepoint slip seat, 18" seat, 38" back, 21" x 21". Good condition.

Lot: 2191 - (8) CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN PLATES

Set of (8) 19th c. Chinese Export Famille Rose Celadon Plates, with paneled floral and butterfly decoration, gilded rims, 8" diam. Minor paint and gilding losses, two plates with hairlines.

Lot: 2192 - CHIPPENDALE MIRROR WITH GILDED PHOENIX

18th c. English Mahogany Mirror, with arched top with gilded phoenix bird in openwork crest, scrolled ears and arched base, replaced glass, pine three-part back panel, 31 1/2" x 16 3/4". Old refinish, minor restoration.

Lot: 2193 - KAZAK RUG

Square gold medallion flanked by two navy blue polygon medallions surrounded by stars, octagons, camels and other geometric motifs on the brick red field, gold quatrefoil border, 5'-6" x 8'-7". Minor wear.

Lot: 2194 - SHERATON MAHOGANY STAND

19th c. Mahogany Drop Leaf Stand, with single drawer, carved barley twist and turned legs, 28 3/4" high, 18" x 17 1/2", 17 1/2" leaves. Surface wear and stains.

Lot: 2195 - YOMUD TURKOMAN CHUVAL

Four columns of four 'chuval' guls in midnight blue, red and gold on the mahogany field, gold polygon border, 2'-8" x 3'-10". Good pile, corner loss, 12" semi-repaired tear.

Lot: 2196 - EARLY THREE-MOLD BLOWN GLASS DECANTERS

Pair of Early 19th c. Clear Decanters, probably Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., with blown stoppers, three neck rings, diamond diapering and fluting, unpolished pontil base, with labels - "Sherry" in English sterling silver, and "Methylated Spirit" in enameled metal, 10 1/2" high. Glass imperfections.

Lot: 2197 - SHERATON DROP LEAF TABLE

19th c. Mahogany Table, having a single drawer with round brass pull, rope turned legs on brass casters, pine secondary wood, 30" high, 18 1/4" x 35 3/4", 12" leaves. Surface wear, sun-faded top surface.

Lot: 2198 - (22 PC) CHINESE PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE

Rare Late 18th - Early 19th c. Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Tea Service, floral decoration with blue and lavender trim, strawberry form lid finials, incl: Drum form teapot, 5 1/2" high, 8 1/2" x 5"; Helmet creamer, 5 1/8" high, 6 1/2" x 3 1/4"; Double handle lidded sugar bowl with under tray, 5 1/4" high, 6" x 4 3/4", tray: 6 1/4" diam.; Lidded tea caddy, 5 1/4" high, 3 1/2" x 1 1/2"; Oval lidded butter dish on tray, 3" high, 5" x 3 7/8", tray, rim chip to rim of butter dish base: 6 1/4" x 5"; Waste bowl with under tray, 2 5/8" high, 5 1/2" diam., tray: 8" diam., rim chip; (4) Handle-less cups, 2" high, 3 1/2" diam. with (4) Saucers, 5 1/2" diam., one with rim flake; and (5) Additional handle-less cups, 2" high, 3 1/2" diam., two with hairline cracks. Minor paint/gilding losses.

Lot: 2199 - PR CHPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRRORS

Pair of Late 18th - Early 19th c. Diminutive American Mirrors, with shaped arched top and scrolled ears, original glass and wooden back panels, 19 5/8" x 11 3/4". One with base ear repair, backing corner losses.

Lot: 2200 - 18TH C. LOWBOY SERVER

Diminutive Mahogany Lowboy, Queen Anne style, having a molded overhanging top with simple corners, with one full-width shallow drawer over three deeper drawers, the deepest flanking the center over a shaped cyma arch, oak secondary, with brass batwing brasses and escutcheons, raised on simple cabriole legs ending in pointed slipper feet, 29" x 32" x 19 1/2". Bit of veneer on long drawer missing.

Lot: 2201 - KAZAK PRAYER RUG

Hooked diamonds in ivory, gold, red and aubergine on the sky blue field, gold tree form border, four deer above mihrab, 3'-1" x 4'. Even wear, minor repairs.

Lot: 2202 - CHIPPENDALE MIRROR WITH MEDALLION

Late 18th c. Mahogany Framed Mirror, with arched crest and base, central openwork carved and gilded shell medallion, scroll carved ears, early glass, wooden back panel, 40 1/2" high, 24 1/4" wide. Old refinish, minor old repairs, re-gilding.

Lot: 2203 - QUEEN ANNE AMERICAN TILT TOP TEA TABLE

Octagonal Top Mahogany with urn turned column, three arched legs ending in snake feet, 26 1/2" x 31" x 28" octagon, 25" leg to leg. Good condition.

Lot: 2204 - PR BELL METAL SPIRED BALL TOP ANDIRONS

Pair of Early 19th c. Bell Metal Andirons, with turned plinths, spurred cabriole legs and snake feet, iron log holders, 14 3/4" high, 16 1/2" x 10 5/8". Missing log stops, rust and losses to log holders.

Lot: 2205 - BAHKTIARI RUG

Diamond lattice of vases and flowering vines in red, midnight, Persian and sky blue, ivory and rose, ivory vine and palmetted border, 5' x 7'-9". Good condition, minor stain at one end.

Lot: 2206 - QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY MIRROR

18th c. Diminutive American Mirror, with shaped crest, gilded inner lip, early glass, original back board, painted 'Marie' on top back, labels affixed to back note: "Found on Long Island, Made in Boston", 14 1/8" x 8". Veneer lift and loss area to top back.

Lot: 2207 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BOWL

Famille Rose Porcelain Bowl, early 19th c., with floral and swag decoration, fish scale interior rim, 3 1/2" high, 7 3/4" diam. Paint losses, glaze flaws.

Lot: 2208 - HEPPLEWHITE INLAID CARD TABLE

Early 19th c. Mahogany Demilune Table, top and apron with stringing, crossbanding and painted decoration, square tapered legs topped with oval patera panels, set on spade feet, felted top interior, 29" high, 36" x 17 1/2". Top shrinkage crack, leg break repair at apron.

Lot: 2209 - ANATOLIAN MUDJIR PRAYER RUG

Empty red field with stepped mihrab, sky blue spandrels, gold rosette and diamond border, 3'-7" x 6'-4". Even wear, rewoven areas to center.

Lot: 2210 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEA CADDIES

Collection of (5) Late 18th c. Tea Caddies, including: Lidded caddy with enameled crest with 'JM' monogram, old English retail label on base, 5" high, 3 1/4" x 1 1/2", chip to lid underside; Lidded caddy with blue floral decoration, Elinor Gordon (Villanova, PA) label on base, 5 1/2" high, 3 3/8" x 1 1/2", restored damage to lid; Caddy with bird in cage decoration, 4 3/4" high, 3 1/4" x 1 1/4"; Famille rose caddy with floral and insect decoration, 4 3/4" high, 3 1/8" x 1 3/8", chip and two hairlines to top rim; and Caddy with iron red painted floral decoration, 4 3/4" high, 3 1/8" x 1 3/8, spider hairline to one side, side hairlines.

Lot: 2211 - TILT TOP PIECRUST TEA TABLE

Period Chippendale Tilt Top Table with piecrust molded round top, original latch and birdcage mount, fern leaf carved and ring turned sturdy column, raised on arched acanthus leaf carved legs with ball and claw foot, 28 1/2" x 31" diam. Old repaired shrinkage cracks to top, iron bracing on underside of legs.

Lot: 2212 - KARABAGH PRAYER RUG

Staggered rows of boteh in tomato red, midnight blue, gold, camel and red-brown on the taupe field, red 'meander' border, 2'-11" x 4'. Areas of wear. Original 19th c. 'Karabagh' tag verso.

Lot: 2213 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL

Famille Rose Porcelain Punch Bowl, late 19th c., for the European market, with floral decoration and blue diamond banded rim, 4 1/4" high, 11 3/8" diam.

Lot: 2214 - CHIPPENDALE TEA TABLE

19th c. Chippendale Mahogany Tea Table, round single plank top with carved edge, urn form turned and carved base, cabriole legs with carved knees, ball and claw feet, originally a birdcage tilt top table, 29" high, 29 1/2" diam., 23" wide at feet. Altered base, leg separation from base, top previously glued, key damaged.

Lot: 2215 - MAHOGANY WALL SHELF

Wall Hanging Open Display Shelving, with shaped sides, four shelves of graduated depths, 35 3/8" high, 26 3/8" x 8". Shrinkage crack to top shelf.

Lot: 2216 - AFSHAR RUG, 4'5" x 6'11"

Afshar rug, South Persia, 2nd quarter 20th Century, staggered rows of rosettes in navy, brown & tan-gold, on the tan gold field, tan-gold "meander" border. Good condition.

Lot: 2217 - CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL PORCELAIN

Lot of (4) Pieces of 18th - 19th c. Chinese Porcelain with painted crests, incl: Oval pierced rim plate, central painted shield with arm holding a broken arrow, surrounded by flowers, 9 1/4" x 8 1/4"; (2) Plates with the arms of the chief of the Scottish Clan Maitland (Earl of Lauderdale) with motto "Consilio et Animus" (by wisdom and courage), 6 1/4" diam.; and Teapot with crest including painted monogram "GHT", twist handle, 5 1/2" high, 8 3/4" x 4 3/4", body restoration, base crack.

Lot: 2218 - QUEEN ANNE CORNER COMMODE

18th c. American Corner Chair, with curved crest rail and scrolled arms, vasiform splats and turned stiles, upholstered seat concealing the original ironstone insert and two-piece pine collar, front cabriole leg with carved knee, set on pad form feet, 34" high, 31 3/4" x 28 1/2". Old arm repair, surface wear, upholstery tear.

Lot: 2219 - ERSARI TURKOMAN ENSI SMALL CARPET

Dark red mahogany ground covered by a cross breaking into four panels of candelabras in ivory, midnight and sky blue and gold, brick red hexagonal border, 5' x 6'-7". Good condition.

Lot: 2220 - (3) CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BOWLS

All with blue apocryphal six-character Kangxi mark on base, incl.: Large blue and white bowl with continuous scene of Shennong being pulled by an ox, with Chinese calligraphy verse, interior decorated with bats and central medallion of a man on an ox, 4 1/4" high, 9 3/4" diam.; and Pair of low bowls, with scenic landscape decoration in cobalt blue, with iron red highlights, shaped rims, 2" high, 8 1/2" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 2221 - BIDJAR RUG, 4' x 5' 7"

Bidjar rug, Northwest Persia, circa early 20th century. Staggered rows of palmette motifs in ivory, gold, midnight & sky blue on the Persian blue field, Persian blue palmette border.

Lot: 2222 - (6 PCS) CHINESE PORCELAIN

Lot of (6) Assorted Chinese Porcelain Dishes, incl: Rose Medallion oval platter, early 20th c., 14 1/2" x 11 3/8"; Famille Rose saucer, late 18th - early 19th c., with floral decoration, 5 1/4" diam.; Famille Rose bowl, 19th c., with floral decoration, painted collector number on base, 2 3/4" high, 6" diam.; Blue and white bowl, with underglaze blue figural and landscape decoration to sides, fish decoration to center interior, underglaze blue painted six character apocryphal Xuande mark on base, 3 1/2" high, 7 1/2" diam.; Nanking blue and white saucer, scalloped rim, 5 1/2" diam., spider hairline crack; and Blue and white plate, early 20th c., with painted and textured decoration, painted mark "China" on base, 6 1/4" diam. Good condition, except as noted.

Lot: 2223 - SHERATON DROP LEAF STAND

Early 19th c. American Country Cherry Single Drawer Stand, with wooden pull, set on turned legs, pine secondary wood, 29 1/2" high, 18 1/2" x 20". Surface wear, top stains, top shrinkage crack.

Lot: 2224 - TABRIZ SILK RUNNER, 2'6" x 9'9"

Tabriz silk runner, Northwest Persia, mid-20th Century, a column of five rosette medallions in saffron, red & midnight blue, on the saffron field, saffron vine & palmette border. Good condition.

Lot: 2225 - SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND

Early 19th c. Country Cherry Stand, with overhanging top, two drawers with incised edges and round brass pulls, pine secondary wood, 29" high, 21 3/4" x 16 3/4". Surface wear, top finish losses and abrasions.

Lot: 2226 - PERSIAN RUG, 4'1" x 7'8"

Northwest Persian rug, early 20th Century, Four stepped diamond medallions in ivory, blue-green brick gold on the aubergine field, Persian Blue serrated leaf & rosette border with 2 female figures at one end. A repaired tear and hole at one end with a few other small repairs and corrosion to the aubergine.

Lot: 2227 - AMERICAN COLONIAL TALL CLOCK

18th c. Chippendale Mahogany Case Clock with split pedestal bonnet having solid brass finials, arched glass door over painted iron dial featuring a bird in the arch and floral spandrels, Roman numerals and pierced hands, brass 8-day time and strike works retaining the original weights, pendulum and crank, molded case with narrow throat having molded edge solid door, stepped lower cabinet with molded foot, 87" tall, 21" x 10 1/2" at the bonnet. Appears to be in good condition, not observed running.

Lot: 2228 - CHINESE DRAGON CARPET, 5'1" x 8'3"

Chinese Dragon small carpet, early 20th Century, a coiled dragon in midnight & sky blue & tan-gold, on the tan-gold field, midnight blue "baz" motif border. Good condition.

Lot: 2229 - CHINESE PICTORIAL RUG

Overall design of cranes, peacocks and various birds, trees and floral motifs in ivory, gold, brown, camel and sky blue on the midnight blue field, blue and gold animal motif border. 5' x 7'-8". Good condition, minor wear.

Lot: 2230 - CHINESE "ART DECO" CARPET, 6' x 8'8"

Chinese "Art Deco" small carpet, second quarter 20th Century. A rosette medallion in blue-green, royal & navy blue, red-brown & gold on the tan field, flowerin vine corners, royal blue vine & palmette border. Furniture indentations, repairs to pile, salvage wear.

Lot: 2231 - CHINESE ART DECO CARPET

Rosette medallion on the gold field, surrounded by butterflies in red, sky and navy blue, wine red and ivory, turquoise meander border, 9' x 11'. Fair condition, areas of wear, holes, fading.

Lot: 2232 - TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY

19th c. English Pagoda Form Tea Caddy, with silver stringing, escutcheon (no key), and front rectangular cartouche, with four 3/4 corner columns, set on metal ball feet, velvet lined lid interior, two interior compartments with tortoiseshell veneered lids and traces of interior foil lining, 6" high, 7" x 4 1/8". Veneer repairs.

Lot: 2233 - PR 18TH C. BRASS SHELL-BASE CANDLESTICKS

Pair of English Georgian Candlesticks, with shell form base, 7" high, 5" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 2234 - ENGLISH WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS

Set of (10) Mid-19th c. Elm and Yew Wood Sack Back Windsor Chairs, with pierced back splats, carved elm saddle seat, set on turned legs and crinoline stretchers, 36" high, 22 1/2" x 19", 18" high seat. One with old stretcher repair; another with repaired leg break; surface wear and shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 2235 - DAVID ROBERTS (SCOTTISH, 1796-1864)

The Grand Canal, Venice, oil on canvas. signed lower left and dated 1851, housed in a later gold matched corner frame, OS: 24 3/4" x 28 3/4", SS: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine overall craquelure.

Lot: 2236 - GEORGE III PERIOD SILVER SALVER

English Sterling Silver Footed Tray, by Richard Rugg II, London, 1776, with gadrooned shaped edge, and shell form feet, central engraved crest with motto "Fuimus" (we have been) and raised mailed arm grasping a fleur-de-lis topped halberd above a stylized crown, 1 3/4" high, 17" diam., 64.13 ozt. Minor surface scratches.

Lot: 2237 - TIGER MAPLE & ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY WITH INLAID EAGLE

Circa 1840 American Sarcophagus Form Tea Caddy, in tiger maple with rosewood trim, with stepped top and hinged lid, in-curved sides, set on metal ball form feet, lid interior with inlaid oval panel containing an American Federal eagle with shield and riband, two interior removable tea compartments with hinged lids and traces of foil lining, centered by a round fitted opening containing glass mixing bowl (not original), 8 1/2" high, 15 1/4" x 8 1/2".

Lot: 2238 - ENGLISH TILT TOP BREAKFAST TABLE

Regency Style Mahogany Rectangular Table, late 19th - early 20th, top with reeded edge, set on an urn form pedestal tripod base with curved and reeded legs, brass paw form feet and casters, 29" high, 58 1/4" x 48". Good condition.

Lot: 2239 - SMALL IRISH CARVED TABLE

Turtle Shaped Top Table with a tall reticulated gallery of vines and blossoms, the skirt carved with scrollwork and acanthus leaves, raised on muscular cabriole legs with acanthus carved brackets, knees and snake feet, 29 1/2" to top of gallery, 27 3/4" to working surface, 38" x 24 1/2" at knees. Repair to gallery.

Lot: 2240 - HENRY JOHN DOBSON (SCOTLAND, 1858-1928)

Aged Mother Praying in Pew for New Year's Day, oil on canvas, initialed lower right and dated 1900, in modern grey washed gold reticulated edge frame, OS: 20" x 24", SS: 13 1/2" x 17 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2241 - GEORGE III PERIOD STERLING SALVER BY THOMAS WALLIS II

English Sterling Silver Round Footed Tray, by silversmith Thomas Wallis II, London, 1800, with shell and scroll rim, set on leaf and bun form feet, 11 3/4" diam., 27.56 ozt. Good condition.

Lot: 2242 - ENGLISH SERPENTINE CHEST

Diminutive Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with shaped front overhanging molded edge top, four conforming beaded edge drawers below with brass drop bail pulls, ivory escutcheons, inlaid canted corners, brass side handles, 29 1/2" high, 28 1/2" x 19 1/4".

Lot: 2243 - HESTER BATEMAN SILVER BASTING SPOON

English George III Period Sterling Silver Spoon by Hester Bateman, London, 1785, with engraved crown and spread wing eagle crest above "S" initial, 12" long, 3.50 ozt. Good condition.

Lot: 2244 - ROSEWOOD ARTIST'S BOX, SIGNED AND DATED 1825

English Finely Crafted Metamorphic Artist's Case, lid impressed "S.S. Folken" and "Brighton", with hinged folding top that converts to an adjustable easel, single lockable drawer below for supplies (with key), drawer includes a compartmented section for watercolor paint (includes a new set of watercolors), with paneled sides, case base has inked script: "Invented and manufactured by Sam S. Folken, Royal Commander, Brighton, 1825", 3 3/4" high, 14 5/8" x 11 1/2". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2245 - GEORGE IV STERLING CANDLESTICKS BY CRESWICK & CO

Set of (3) Finely Crafted English Silver Weighted Base Candleholders, by Thomas & Nathaniel Crewick, hallmarked for Sheffield, 1829, with removable bobeches, reeded and repousse decorated knops, square stepped bases with shell and scroll corners, with engraved crown over griffin crest, 9" high, 4 3/8" sq. bases. Small dents; two have base loss areas and edge splits; one has small loss to largest stem knop.

Lot: 2246 - HEPPLEWHITE BOOKCASE SECRETARY

Late 18th c. English Mahogany Two-Part Secretary, top section with overhanging molded edge cornice, above a pair of glazed doors with arch form molding topped with Prince of Wales feathers, with key, three interior shelves, base section with fall-front desk lid, interior fitted with five drawers, eleven pigeon holes and tooled leather writing surface, three graduated cockbeaded edge drawers below, set on a bracket base with French feet, original brass drop bail pulls, 88" high, 43 3/4" x 22 1/4". Surface wear; molding loss area to glass door.

Lot: 2247 - TEA CADDY WITH INLAID OVAL PANELS

19th c. English Rectangular Tea Caddy, in mahogany, satinwood and exotic woods, lid, front and sides with inlaid oval panels surrounded by parquetry stringing and kingwood crossbanding, ebony stringing at edges, silver lock escutcheon (no key), inlaid lid interior, two metal lined and lidded interior compartments, 6" high, 9 7/8" x 5 1/4". Veneer repairs.

Lot: 2248 - GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT

English Sterling Teapot by Crispin Fuller, London, 1793, oval fluted form, with bright cut engraving, wooden handle and ivory lid finial, unengraved side cartouche, 5 3/4" high, 10 3/4" x 4", 13.49 ozt. Handle crack and repair.

Lot: 2249 - LARGE OIL PAINTING AND FRAMED PRINT AFTER RICHARD ANDELL (UK, 1815-1885)

"Morning, Ready for the Moors", the original painted in 1881, a hunter prepares his guns standing in the midst of his anxious hounds, watched by his son, the oil on hardboard, unsigned, mid 20th c., in gold painted gesso frame, OS: 56" x 46", SS: 46 1/2" x 36 1/2", good condition; PLUS a Mezzotint from the painting published by Bushnell, in a gold frame, under non-glare glass, OS: 17" x 14", SS: 8 1/4" x 5 3/4", stained at bottom.

Lot: 2250 - PR BALUSTER GLASS GOBLETS

Pair of English 18th c. Drinking Glasses, each with funnel shaped bowl, baluster stem with single large knop and air tear, folded conical foot with unpolished pontil base, 7 3/4" high, 4 1/4" diam. Glass imperfections.

Lot: 2251 - ENGLISH OAK SIDEBOARD

Large 18th c. Joined Dresser Base, having four incised edge drawers with drop bail batwing pulls, shaped apron, turned legs, base potboard shelf, 36" high, 96" (7'-11") x 20". Cracks and inletted repairs to top, base shrinkage cracks, replaced pulls, losses to one back leg.

Lot: 2252 - FLORAL INLAID TEA CADDY

19th c. English Rectangular Satinwood Tea Caddy, with floral inlaid boxwood paterae to lid and front panels, oval inlaid panels to sides, exotic wood parquetry stringing, velvet lined lid, interior with two lidded compartments flanking a central opening fitted with a glass mixing bowl, 5 1/8" high, 10 1/2" x 4 3/4".

Lot: 2253 - QUEEN ANNE POLE SCREEN

Mahogany Freestanding Screen on tripod base, having a figural oval needlepoint of a woman with her dog under an apple tree, under glass in an adjustable height frame, set on a slender stanchion with urn finial, brass grip, (separates into two pieces for shipping), 56" tall, 15" leg to leg, 14" x 10 1/2" screen. Refinished.

Lot: 2254 - CHARMING BRITISH REGENCY PERIOD PORTRAIT OF A SMALL GIRL AND HER HOUND

Circa 1820 Standing Portrait of a Brunette, Blue Eyed Girl in a White Summer Dress with blue silk ribbon belt tied in large bow behind, and bright red shoes; standing safely next to a seated Spaniel dog whose head is turned towards her reassuringly, as she reaches to pet him; backed by the fading sun sinking over a metaphoric nocturnal wilderness, oil on linen, unsigned, unframed, 34" x 26". Good condition.

Lot: 2255 - (2) GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SERVING UTENSILS

Including: Asparagus tongs by Richard Crossley, London (no date letter), 10 3/8" long; and Sugar spoon by William Eley and William Fearn, London, 1799, with engraved bird crest handle, 5 7/8" long; 6.5 ozt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 2256 - ENGLISH WRITING TABLE

19th c. Mahogany Desk, top surface with three burgundy tooled leather inserts, two dovetailed drawers with brass drop bail pulls, set on square tapered legs, oak secondary wood, 30" high, 60 1/4" x 30 1/4". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2257 - APPLE FORM TEA CADDY

Early 19th c. Turned Fruitwood Tea Box, with hinged lid and wooden stem, oval metal lock escutcheon, foil lined interior, 5" high, 4" diam. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2258 - PORTRAIT OF A GEORGIAN COUNTRY MANOR HOME

"Kateshill House, Bewdley" (Worcestershire), oil on canvas, unsigned English School, Mid-19th c. Identified on a crossed out Royal Institute Gallery of London label verso. Depicts a Georgian red brick house, with a village among well-tended fields in a valley to the right, sheep in the foreground, a young girl practicing archery for her family in the sloping yard to the left, wisps of smoke from the chimneys and the dusk light indicate a late summer setting. In a gold Impressionist style frame, OS: 52" x 64 1/2", SS: 43" x 55 1/2". Repaired tear to the lower left edge, cleaned.

Lot: 2259 - BRASS FOOTMAN

18th c. English Brass Hearth Trivet, with double side handles, pierced and shaped apron, cabriole legs and paw form front feet, 11 3/4" high, 19 3/4" x 13 1/2".

Lot: 2260 - ENGLISH ADAMS PERIOD GILT FRAMED MIRROR

18th c. Giltwood Mirror Frame with molded and beaded rectilinear inner frame, surmounted by a grand fully reticulated, neoclassical urn with draped blossoms and vines in gesso on wire, continuing into side drops, the lower bracket in the same detail, 47" x 19". Later (19th c.) glass, otherwise fine condition.

Lot: 2261 - (6) ENGLISH ELMWOOD SLAT BACK DINING CHAIRS

(6) English refinished elmwood spindle and pierced slat back dining chairs. 31" high, 14" x 14".

Lot: 2262 - ENGLISH GEORGE III INLAID TEA CADDY

Early 19th c. Octagonal Mahogany Tea Caddy, having oval floral and Prince of Wales feather paterae to lid and front panels, exotic wood parquetry stringing, two interior lidded compartments, 5 1/8" high, 8" x 4 3/8". Veneer cracks, interior lid cracks.

Lot: 2263 - GEORGE III HELMET FORM CREAM JUG

English Sterling Silver Creamer, hallmarks for London, 1799, illegible maker's mark, with engraved floral and scroll decorated surface, unengraved cartouche, set on square foot, 5 1/4" high, 4" x 2 1/4", 3.85 ozt. Old base solder repair.

Lot: 2264 - AFTER THOMAS ROWLANDSON (UK, 1756-1827)

"Vaux-Hall - Dr. Johnson, Oliver Goldsmith, Mary Robinson, et al.", gouache on laid paper, after the print of 1785 but of the period, depicting the Georgian Pleasure Palace in decline under the son of the founder, a singer with orchestra above the infamous "supper boxes", typical debauchery sprinkled throughout, in gold roped frame, with painted border, under glass, OS: 15 1/2" x 25", SS: 9 3/4" x 19 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 2265 - CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS

18th c. English Two-Part Cabinet, top section having cornice with dentil molded base edge, two paneled doors below that open to an interior with four open drawers, base section with two short over two long cockbeaded edge drawers, with brass drop bail handles, set on a bracket form base, oak secondary wood, 66 3/4" high, 49" x 23 1/2". Right door warped, diagonal shrinkage crack to left side of base.

Lot: 2266 - INLAID TRIPLE COMPARTMENT TEA CADDY

Large 19th c. English Sarcophagus Form Tea Caddy, with multiple exotic wood and brass parquetry inlay, cushioned velvet lid interior with brass tack tufting, central open compartment with burlwood top panel holding a glass mixing bowl, flanked by two removable lidded tea compartments with foil lining, set on wooden button form feet, 7 1/2" high, 12 1/8" x 6 1/4". Veneer cracks, lifts and repairs.

Lot: 2267 - PR 18TH C. BRASS CANDLESTICKS

Pair of English George II Candlesticks, with petal form bases, knopped stems, 6 3/4" high, 4" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 2268 - MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL DESK

18th c. English Mahogany Three-Part Desk, molded edge top with tooled leather insert above a frieze, front and back sides with central wide drawer flanked by narrow drawers with round drop ring pulls, each pedestal with three drawers and single paneled door with single interior shelf on the reverse side, set on a molded edge pedestal base, 30" high, 47 1/2" x 32 1/4". Wear, losses and central tear to leather top, top shrinkage crack, side shrinkage cracks, surface wear.

Lot: 2269 - PERIOD PORTRAIT OF A GEORGIAN ARISTOCRATIC LADY OF THE COURT

Waist Length Portrait of a Blue-eyed Demure Woman, oil on canvas, unsigned, she is depicted with her head slightly turned, having an exaggerated powdered coiffure of French influence (esp. the Comedie-Francaise), wearing a lace trimmed pink pelisse tied by large blue tassels, diamond earring and diamond on black ribbon bracelet prominently displayed, housed in a modern black panel frame with gilt bullnose edge, linen liner, OS: 41" x 33", SS: 33 1/2" x 25 1/2". Old restoration.

Lot: 2270 - (3) FRAMED ENGLISH SILHOUETTES

Group of (3) Circa 1830-40 Watercolor Portrait Silhouettes, depicting two women and one man, man identified as "Rev. Dashwood, rector of Barton-under-Needwood", Rev. John Dashwood (c. 1779-1861), rector of Tatenhill Parish Church, Barton-under-Needwood, Staffordshire; all unsigned; in matching black painted papier mache frames with gilded inner lip, oak leaf form hanging loop holder, female portraits are housed behind oval convex glass panels, 5 1/2" x 4 3/4". Toning, one female portrait has replaced backing paper, the other female backing has tears and losses.

Lot: 2271 - ENGLISH TWO-PART SECRETARY DESK

19th c. Chippendale Style Mahogany Two-Part Secretary, top section with molded edge overhanging cornice above two paneled doors, two interior shelves above six small drawers; lower section with slant front desk, hinged lid opens to fitted interior with tooled leather writing surface, eight pigeon holes, central single door cabinet with interior drawer, and six small drawers; case below with pull-out lid supports and four long drawers, brass drop bail pulls, set on a bracket base; 79" high, 39 5/8" x 22". Warped desk lid, surface wear.

Lot: 2272 - GEORGIAN APPLE FORM TEA CADDY

English Early 19th c. Carved Wooden Tea Caddy, with wooden stem finial, iron strap form escutcheon, foil lined interior, 4 1/2" high, 5" diam. Inletted lid edge repairs, base shrinkage crack, loose hinge attachment.

Lot: 2273 - WILLIAM MCTAGGART II (SCOTLAND, 1903-1981)

Still Life with Ginger Jar and Peeled Oranges, oil on canvas, monogram center right, also inscribed on stretcher and with display card. In vintage lemon gold molded cove frame, OS: 14 1/4" x 17 1/2", SS: 10 1/2" x 13 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2274 - ENGLISH BALUSTER WINE GLASSES

Lot of (2) 18th c. Clear Blown Stems, incl: Glass with funnel shape bowl, cylindrical stem with single knop just above base, folded conical foot, 6 1/4" high, 2 7/8" diam. foot, rim occlusion; and Glass with bell shaped bowl, stem with two knops, set on a folded foot conical base, 6 3/8" high, bowl glass flaw.

Lot: 2275 - EARLY HANGING SPICE CUPBOARD

18th c. Wooden Spice Cabinet, with crusty painted surface, overhanging molded edge cornice, above a single paneled door, interior fitted with eighteen drawers with wooden pulls, shaped base, with two hanging loops affixed to top back, 23 3/4" high, 17 1/4" x 6 7/8".

Lot: 2276 - ENGLISH 18TH C. SALT GLAZED POTTERY JUG

Two-Tone Bulbous Relief Molded Jug, dated 1720 and with impressed WDS monogram, raised hunting scene and three crowns decoration, 12 1/4" high, 9 1/2" diam. Repaired body breaks.

Lot: 2277 - MARK CATESBY (UK, 1683-1749)

"Guaperva" (Old Wife), from Mark Catesby's "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" (1771). Hand colored copperplate on laid paper, in modern gold box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 19 1/2" x 23", plate size: 10 1/2" x 13 1/2". Good condition, minor foxing.

Lot: 2278 - GEORGE III STYLE DIMINUTIVE CHEST OF FOUR DRAWERS

19th c. American, Four Drawer Figured Mahogany with applied molding top edge, four graduated beaded edge drawers with pine secondary (glued down old paper lining), Gov. Winthrop brasses, molded bracket base, 26" x 33" x 18". Repaired back corner to top.

Lot: 2279 - INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDY

19th c. Rectangular Tea Caddy, with parquetry stringing, inlaid round lid panels, and two conch shell paterae to front, set on flared French-type feet, two interior lidded compartments, 6" high, 8 5/8" x 4 1/4". Lid lock hardware removed.

Lot: 2280 - GEORGE I SILVER MARROW SCOOP BY JANE LAMBE

Early 18th c. English Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop, by female silversmith Jane Lambe (1727-29), no city mark or date letter, with engraved crowned griffin head crest to back of bowl, 8 3/4" long, 1.61 ozt. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2281 - EARLY ENGLISH GLASSES

Lot of (3) Pieces of Assorted Clear Blown Stemware, incl: Dram glass, c. 1820, with angular stem knop, thick domed foot, unpolished pontil base, 3 3/4" high, raised bubble in bowl; Circa 1800 Dram glass with bucket form bow, angular stem knop, slightly conical foot, unpolished pontil, 3 1/8" high; and 19th c. Cordial glass with crosshatched engraved band surrounding bowl, faceted stem, set on a conical foot, polished pontil base, 2 1/2" high, foot chips.

Lot: 2282 - BRITISH EARLY 19TH C. LARGE CAST IRON CASH BOX BY CANNON

Solid Iron in brick red paint, decorated with wreaths of berry and ivy, deep molded edges, sturdy lift bails on ends, sturdy hasp for lock and hinged cap top center covering a coin slot, so possibly a tax collector's safe box. A British Registry mark is inside one of the top wreaths. 23" x 14" x 15 1/2". Good condition. Property of Greenwich CT estate, home of Hall of Fame Baseball Pitcher Tom Seaver, featured in Better Homes & Gardens magazine and Country Living magazine. Property of Greenwich Country Club.

Lot: 2283 - LARGE BRASS FIREPLACE FENDER

Edwardian English, pierced, on lion paw feet, 12" x 55" x 16". Good condition.

Lot: 2284 - ENGLISH MAHOGANY ETAGERE

19th c. Three-Tiered Display Stand, with reeded edge top, turned spindles supporting two lower shelves, side entry cockbeaded edge drawer below with two brass drop ring pulls, set turned legs with casters, 45" high, 18 1/2" x 16 1/2".

Lot: 2285 - GEORGE III OVAL TEA CADDY

Late 18th - Early 19th c. English Satinwood Tea Caddy, with three incised and stained floral decorated inlaid patera boxwood panels, single interior lidded compartment with traces of foil lining, 4 1/2" high, 5 3/4" x 3 3/8". Veneer cracks and repairs, loose hinge screw.

Lot: 2286 - GROUP OF BATTERSEA/BILSTON BOXES

(4) 18th c. English Enamel on Copper Patch Boxes, incl: Oval box with image of Britannia and lion, interior mirror, 1" high, 2 1/4" x 1 1/2"; Oval box, with bird and "Remember the Giver", interior mirror, 1" high, 1 1/2" x 1 3/8"; Round box with image of a boy with kite, interior mirror, 7/8" high, 1 3/8" diam.; and Small round box with "May you be Happy", white enamel interior, 3/4" high, 1" diam. Enamel cracks, surface wear.

Lot: 2287 - CONCH SHELL INLAID TEA CADDY

19th c. English Mahogany Tea Caddy, with canted corners and conch shell paterae to lid and front panel, ivory lock escutcheon, interior with two lidded compartments with traces of foil lining, 5" high, 7 1/2" x 4 1/4". Veneer losses and repairs.

Lot: 2288 - PR ENGLISH MAHOGANY MIRRORS

Pair of 19th c. English Beveled Wall Mirrors, in fancy carved mahogany frames with scrolled top, inset fabric panel, and shelves below, each with affixed label verso from "D. Day & Sons, Carvers, Gilders and Dealers in Decorative Furniture, 163 Wardour Street, London W.", with attached hanging hardware, 30" high, 10 1/2" x 5 1/4". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2289 - ENGLISH TAMBOUR TOP WRITING BOX

Mid-19th c. Mahogany Writing Box, top opens when single front drawer is pulled, interior with multiple open compartments for ink bottles, pens and accessories, plus movable two compartment container, brass drop bail drawer pull and side handles, brass lock escutcheon (no key), oak secondary wood, 7 1/2" high, 15 1/4" x 11". Surface wear, small chip in one tambour rib.

Lot: 2290 - BATTERSEA & BILSTON BOXES

Group of (3) English Late 19th - Early 19th c. Enamel Patch and Snuff Boxes, with hinged lids, two with painted floral decoration, one with "If you love me, don't deceive me", 7/8" to 1 1/8" high, 1 1/2" to 1 3/4" wide. Minor craquelure, minor enamel losses.

Lot: 2291 - GEORGE III STYLE DIMINUTIVE BACHELOR'S CHEST

Early 19th c. English Four Drawer with Fold-out Top, in oyster walnut veneer, the top supported by the uppermost drawer when open, the four graduated beaded edge drawers in booked veneer, oak secondary, domed case edges in cross banding, teardrop bail brasses with locks on the top two drawers (no key), bracket base, 32" x 22 1/2" x 12 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2292 - TEA CADDY WITH CONCH SHELL INLAY

19th c. English Single Compartment Mahogany Tea Caddy, lid and front panels with conch shell patera inlay, ivory escutcheon, interior foil lined lidded compartment, 4 1/2" high, 4 3/4" x 4". Lid shrinkage crack, old repairs.

Lot: 2293 - EARLY 19TH C. BRITISH REGENCY SILKWORK OF A PHOENIX BIRD, IN ORIGINAL FRAME

Polychrome Silk on Silk, circa 1810, having the glorious brightly colored pheasant like bird resting on a truncated flowering tree with her head turned to the rear, in the original gilt molded frame with label verso from framer Thomas Merle of London (active 1785-1825), under glass, OS: 14 1/2" x 20", SS: 11 1/2" x 17". Toned and dry split field, needlework intact and brightly colored.

Lot: 2294 - REGENCY ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE

Petite 19th c. English Stand, with hinged top that opens to tooled leather surface, storage compartment below, single drawer with two wooden pulls, two side supports and central turned stretcher, scroll form feet and casters, 29" high, 24 " x 16". Surface wear, top shrinkage crack.

Lot: 2295 - EARLY INLAID TEA CADDY

18th c. Rectangular Wooden Box, with hinged lid and inlaid T monogram, iron lock escutcheon, interior with traces of foil lining, 4" high, 5 1/2" x 4 1/4". Edge scrapes. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2296 - ENGLISH TREEN NUTMEG GRINDER

Late 18th - Early 19th c. Turned Walnut Spice Mill, top section with punched tin tipped pestle and punched tin mortar-type base, below is a compartment for the ground spice, 8 1/4" high, 3 1/8" diam. base. Top and base edge shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 2297 - TILT TOP TEA TABLE

English Mahogany Pie Crust Top Tea Table, with turned urn form stem, set on a tripod base with cabriole legs and ball & claw form feet, 25 3/4" high, 23 1/2" diam. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2298 - (2) 18TH C. BRITISH GAMECOCK PRINTS BY ELIZABETH ALBIN

"The Bantam Hen" & Hamburg Cock" hand colored etchings by Elizabeth Albin, a rare 18th c. female British artist, engraver and scientific illustrator, both dated 1737 and signed in plate, the first in watergilt bullnose frame, glazed, OS: 11 3/4" x 9", SS: 9 3/4" x 7"; the second in bullnose gilt frame, black mat, glazed, OS: 18 1/4" x 14 1/4", SS: 11" x 8 1/2". Toned.

Lot: 2299 - (2) REGENCY ARMCHAIRS

Lot of (2) English Mahogany Armchairs, with tan velvet upholstered seats and backs, turned back splats, reeded and scrolled arms, saber legs, 32 1/2" high, 21 1/2" x 22 1/2", 18" high seat. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2300 - WILLIAM & MARY COURTING MIRROR

Cross Grained Walnut Veneered Molded frame, with contrasting bands, stepped eglomise panel at top depicting cargo being loaded onto a boat, 19 1/2" x 13 1/2". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2301 - EARLY 19TH C. BRITISH POLE SCREEN

Regency Period, in oval form, papier mache, with a painting of Britannia Supplicating the Heavens, gilt vine decorated back, on a slender urn turned pole, delicate tripod base with cuffed feet, 13 3/4" x 11" screen, 55" tall, 17" foot to foot. Good condition, minor edge chips to screen, missing finial.

Lot: 2302 - JOHN MUIRHEAD, R.A. (BRITISH, 1863-1927)

Early Morning Fishermen, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1894, depicting four men in a small boat at river's edge near their cottage, a distant church silhouetted by the rising sun, in later hand carved and gilt frame, SS: 15 1/4" x 23 1/4", OS: 22" x 30". Cleaned and relined, heavy craquelure.

Lot: 2303 - MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE

Chinese Chippendale Style Rectangular Table, with openwork galleried edge top and frieze, slide out tray with tooled leather writing surface, pierced legs, openwork X-stretcher base, 30" high, 30 1/2" x 19 1/2". Break/losses to base stretcher. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2304 - ENGLISH ROSEWOOD BOX ON STAND

19th c. Brass Bound Rosewood Rectangular Writing Box on Stand, with brass inset lid plaque and edging, box opens to tooled leather writing surface, storage area below, set on an attached base with square legs, 18" high, 18" x 10 5/8". Lid and base shrinkage cracks, interior fittings losses and breaks.

Lot: 2305 - CHIPPENDALE DROP LEAF TABLE

English Mahogany Drop Leaf Table with Single Drawer, wooden pulls, set on square legs with spade form feet, 29" high, 25" x 23" (closed), 8 3/4" leaves.

Lot: 2306 - "THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO" ENGRAVED BY JOHN W. COOK AFTER ALEXANDER SAUERWEID (RUSSIA, 1783-1844)

Hand colored engraving, London: Published Mar. 1, 1819 by T. Clay & R. Lambe. "To the Prince Regent this Plate is with His Most Gracious Permission Humbly Dedicated by His Royal Highnesses Obliged, Devoted & Faithful Servants, T. Clay and R. Lambe", with embossed seals of a paint brush and a fleur-de-lis. Housed in a gilt cove frame, gold lined grey mat, glazed, OS: 29 1/2" x 39 1/2"; SS: 19 1/2" x 29 1/2". Very good condition, rich color.

Lot: 2307 - BRASS FIREPLACE FENDER W/ (4) TOOLS

Solid Brass Low Pierced Fender resting on lion paw feet, with standing rack at each end for tools, 24 1/2" tall overall, 9" tall fender only, 54" x 9"; includes (3) nickel-plated tools (shovel, tongs & crooked poker) and hand forged iron log grabber.

Lot: 2308 - FRENCH BRONZE CLOCK & PR CANDELABRA

(3) Piece Napoleon III Rococo Style Fire Gilded Bronze Mantel Clock and Garniture Set, late 19th c., incl: Clock, by Emile Colin & Cie, Paris, with 8-day time and strike movement by Vincenti & Cie (stamped with 1855 Medaille d'Argent), movement also stamped '30965' and 'E.B.', with pendulum and key, with white enamel dial marked 'Emile Colin & Cie, Paris, 29, Rue Sevigne', gilded hands, and beveled convex front door glass, frosted back door glass panel, the elegantly modeled bronze case with flowing scroll and foliate motifs, torch at top, and putti mask just below clock face,15" high, 8 1/2" x 5", edge chip in back door panel; plus a Pair of three-light candelabra, also nicely formed, with leaf form candle cups, curving arms and scrolled base, felted undersides, 12" high, 9" x 6 1/2". Minor gilding losses.

Lot: 2309 - LOUIS XVI SETTEE AND ARMCHAIRS

(3) Piece French Furniture Suite, including a settee and (2) fauteuil armchairs; with fancy carved, gilded and painted frames, bowfront shape with round tapered and reeded legs; upholstered seats, backs, armrests and removable seat cushions in 1970s floral chenille fabric; chairs: 39 1/2" high, 25 1/2" x 20", 21" high seat (with cushion), settee: 40 1/2" high, 58" x 23".

Lot: 2310 - FRENCH NEO-CLASSICAL MANTEL CLOCK BY SAMUEL MARTIE ET CIE

Gilt Bronze and Fruitwood Case with urn form finial, rectangular case, Roman numeral dial with bezel and blossom spandrels, lower grille of cornucopia, palmette molded rank, shaped bracket feet, marked with Medaille d'Argent for 1889, includes pendulum, key and plateau, 16" x 7" x 4". Veneer rising at joints, chipped back corners.

Lot: 2311 - RARE 18TH C. MINIATURE FRENCH SETTEE

Doll-Sized Louis XV Sofa (a three seater), in well carved walnut with floral silk pink and green on cream brocade upholstery and matching gimp, crested back and skirt, out-turned scrolled setback arms, 9" seat, 12" arms, 20" back, 24" x 16". A few shrinkage cracks to frame, some loss to feet.

Lot: 2312 - PR FRENCH FIRE GILDED BRONZE CANDLESTICKS

Pair of Louis XV Style Dore Bronze Candlesticks, having Rocaille style surface decoration including elegant scrolls and floral adornments, bases stamped 'HX', 11 3/4" high, 6 1/2" diam. base. Good condition.

Lot: 2313 - FRENCH EMPIRE MANTEL CLOCK

Early 19th c. French Gilded Bronze Clock, crested with a quiver of arrows crossed with a flambeau, above a round enameled dial marked 'a Paris' with black Roman numerals, unmarked time and strike movement (with key, but no pendulum), flanked by a pair of winged gryphons, atop a platform decorated with applied figural and urn motifs, set on a rectangular base with four half-spherical feet, 16 1/2" high, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2". Bezel present but detached and chipped, not observed running, gilding losses.

Lot: 2314 - KATHLEEN (KATE) HONORA GREATOREX (NY/NJ/FRANCE, 1851-1913)

The Washer Women, monumental watercolor on paper, signed lower right, marked Moret and dated 1891, depicting a long porch on a canal with a row of women scrubbing away at linens, housed in a mahogany panel frame with ornate gold painted gesso trim, OS: 33 1/2" x 41 1/2", SS: 20" x 29". Good condition. Kate was sister to Eleanor, who painted the other washer woman portrait in this sale.

Lot: 2315 - CARVED FRENCH PANETIERE

French Provincial Bread Cabinet, in carved walnut, pegged construction with five turned top finials, turned side spindles, hinged lockable front door (with key), ornate floral and urn carved decoration to door and top and bottom frieze, set on cabriole legs, 32 3/4" high, 31 3/4" x 15 1/4". Missing two finials, one finial replaced, worm damage to back.

Lot: 2316 - ELEANOR GREATOREX (NY/NJ/FRANCE, 1854-1913)

The Irish Washer Woman, monumental watercolor on paper, signed lower right, marked Moret, France and dated 1903, depicting a woman leaning back against the weight of the laundry basket she is carrying, her bright ginger hair windblown, her blue eyes fixed on the viewer, housed in the original substantial gilt frame, under a dimensional gold mat, retaining the original rippled glass. OS: 35 1/2" x 42 1/2", SS: 21" x 29". Good condition.

Lot: 2317 - FRENCH PAINTED BOOKCASE DESK

19th c. Two-Part Secretary, with applied animal and floral decoration on a yellow painted ground, top section with overhanging molded edge cornice centered with a carved and painted scrolled embellishment, above an open case with two shaped front shelves, three drawers below; base section with slant lid desk, hinged lid opens to interior fitted with two drawers and three cubbyholes, above three graduated paneled front drawers, set on square tapered legs, 82" high, 33" x 17". Top cabinet doors removed. Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2318 - ANDRE HENRI DARGELAS (FRANCE, 1828-1906)

"The Broken Bowl", depicting a childhood tragedy, a young girl crying in the dooryard over her lost porridge, oil on mitered mahogany panel, signed lower right, housed in a period lemon gold etched corner molded frame, OS: 15 1/4" x 11 3/4", SS: 12" x 8 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 2319 - FRENCH MARBLE TOP SIDEBOARD

Louis XVI Style Cabinet, with brass gallery and black-veined white marble top, string inlaid frieze and columns, with two open storage areas centered by single chinoiserie painted door, open interior, set on square tapered legs, 35" high, 48" x 13 1/4". Surface wear, paint losses.

Lot: 2320 - THEODORE ROUSSEAU (FRANCE, 1812-1867)

Woman at Well Outside Thatched Cottage, oil on mahogany panel, signed lower left edge, in gilt reticulated matched corner frame, brass name tag on frame, OS: 19 3/4" x 22 3/4", SS: 7 1/4" x 11 1/4". Good condition, minor loss to frame.

Lot: 2321 - FRENCH HANDKERCHIEF TABLE, MECHANICAL TWIST & FLIP TOP

Fruitwood Marquetry Mahogany Gaming Table with brass trim, the handkerchief top opening to reveal a pale green tooled leather playing surface, a concealed button under the leather allowing the top to rotate, providing support; the single drawer and skirt in matching inlay, with brass inlay continuing on the square tapered legs, ending in brass cuff foot, 29 1/2" x 21 1/2" x 21 1/2", opening out to 30 1/2" square. Good condition.

Lot: 2322 - ROLAND OUDOT (FRANCE, 1897-1981)

'Grand Paysage Provencal', oil on canvas, signed lower right, depicting a village scene, Arthur Lenard & Co, Paris label verso, marked A5883 on stretcher, in gold leaf deep cove molded frame with cream liner, SS: 21" x 28 1/4", OS: 26 3/4" x 34 1/4". Fine condition, minor loss to lower portion of frame.

Lot: 2323 - CAST BRONZE AND CRYSTAL VINTAGE CHANDELIER

(18) Stem French Bronze Chandelier, pre-electric, late 18th - early 19th c., with vine scrolled arms in two tiers of (12) and (6), fleurette bobeches, acorn pendant, large crown top, with crystal swags, 40" tall, 30" diam. In need of restoration, never wired for electric.

Lot: 2324 - FOLLOWER OF JACQUES COURTOIS (FRANCE, 1621–1676)

Matched Pair of Historical Scenes from the Great Turkish War of 1683-1699, depicting Ottoman cavalry fighting Europeans outside Fortified Towns, probably in Hungary, which was lost and retaken by the Holy Roman forces; oil on linen, with label verso from the E.B. Croker Art Gallery (The Art Museum of the City of Sacramento) exhibition "The Collecting Muse: The Nathalie and Hugo Weisgall Collection", August 30 to October 12, 1974, catalog no. 52. Housed in a vintage hand carved gilt frames, OS: 16 31/2" x 22 3/4"", SS: 11 1/2" x 17 3/4". Cleaned and relined, minor retouching.

Lot: 2325 - NARCISSE-VIRGILIO DIAZ DE LA PENA (FRANCE, 1807-1876)

Barbizon Stream Landscape with Figures, oil on mahogany panel, initialed lower right, with name tag on the gilt molded frame, OS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2", SS: 11 3/4" x 15 3/4", fine condition. Owner's name "George A. Frakes" on 19th c. slip of paper verso.

Lot: 2326 - FRENCH PAINTED TWO-DRAWER CHEST

Provincial Style Paint Decorated Chest, with green painted molded edge shaped top, conforming floral painted front, two drawers with iron drop bail pulls and escutcheons, wallpaper lined drawers, shaped skirt, set on cabriole legs and hoof form feet, 35" high, 46 3/4" x 21 1/2". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2327 - EARLY FRENCH FAIENCE LIDDED TUREEN

18th c. Tin Glazed Pottery Oval Serving Dish, with side handles and vegetable form lid finial, painted floral decoration in blue and purple, 6 1/2" high, 12 1/4" x 8 3/4". Old repairs to base and lid, crazed surface, finial restored and reattached, edge frits and chips.

Lot: 2328 - MAURICE (VALADON) UTRILLO (FRANCE, 1883-1955)

Montmartre Paris Cul-de-Sac, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in a fatigued gold carved frame with linen liner, OS: 23 1/2" x 20 1/2", SS: 15 3/4" x 12 3/4". Fine overall craquelure. Born in Montmartre, the son of Suzanne Valadon (1865-1938), a model and painter; School of Paris, proponent of naive cityscapes rendered in thick impasto, Utrillo unknowingly recorded a disappearing more provincial suburb of Paris, the habitual home of artists.

Lot: 2329 - HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (FRANCE, 1864-1901)

Two Graphite Studies of Heads from a Sketchbook, an elderly bearded man in a sailor's cap and jacket and a pensive woman, on the same sheet, with Lautrec's monogram lower left. Laid to shirtboard. In oak frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18 3/4" x 15 3/4", sheet size: 8 3/4" x 5 1/2". Toned, edge loss, cracked just above monogram.

Lot: 2330 - EARLY 19TH C. FRENCH IVORY CRUCIFIX

Christ in Agony on the Cross, well-detailed ivory set on ebonized black walnut cross by iron spikes, ivory INRI scroll above, femur bone below, 19 1/2" x 9 1/2" cross, right arm broken with portion missing, small shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 2331 - GUSTAVE LOISEAU (FRANCE, 1865-1935)

"Paysage d'Automne a Nesle a Vallee", 1898, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in a hand carved gilt matched corner frame, with linen liner and name tag, OS: 35" x 41", SS: 25" x 31". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 2332 - FRENCH PAINTED COMMODE

Paint Decorated Two-Drawer Small Chest, with terracotta painted molded edge top, case with vine decoration on a yellow ground, two paneled drawers with round brass pulls, shaped apron, with shaped lower shelf, set on cabriole legs and hoof form feet, 30" high, 23 1/2" x 16 3/4". Paint losses.

Lot: 2333 - PAIR OF 18TH C. FRENCH PASTORAL SCENES

Groups of "Rustic" figures cavorting in the lush woodlands, oil on linen, unsigned, the first depicting a young couple with a bird in a cage seated alongside a shepherdess and her flock (with sleeping dog); the second of two women and a man with a young girl playing hide and seek, he being blindfolded. In the manner of Bougereau. Housed in white painted and gilt matched corner frames, OS: 21 1/2" x 33", SS: 16 1/2" x 28". Cleaned, restored, and revarnished.

Lot: 2334 - EARLY FRENCH SILVER CANDLE SCONCE

Late 18th c. Miniature Louis XVI Period Two-Light Wall Sconce, having an openwork backplate with crown top, rampant lion and griffin flanking two shields, two candle holders with ruffled rims, stamped with fleur-de-lis and crowned W mark, attached hanging loop, 4 1/4" high, 3 1/4" x 1 1/2", 2.55 ozt. Good condition.

Lot: 2335 - HENRI-JOSEPH HARPIGNIES (FRANCE, 1819-1916)

Middle Eastern Fortress Ruin, ink pen and brush, signed lower right and dated 1857, in modern gold molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 17" x 21", SS: 9 3/4" x 15". Good condition.

Lot: 2336 - JOSEPH-FELIX (JEAN) BOUCHOR (FRANCE, 1853-1937)

19th c. Gallery Copy of the Portrait of King Philip IV of Spain, Diego by Velázquez (1599-1660), oil on canvas, signed upper right and dated 1912, inscribed "To my friend Weber Tolland", in original gilt panel molded frame with single rank of palmettes, artist's name tag, OS: 19" x 17", SS: 11 3/4" x 9 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2337 - AUGUSTE EDOUART (LA/FRANCE, 1789-1861)

Triple Silhouette Portrait of the Adams Family, signed lower left and dated 1844, inscribed verso in the artist's hand "Mrs. Adams; Harriet Adams, age 2 1/2 years; Robt. Adams age 7 years; New Orleans; April 1844", housed in the original tiger maple frame with gold liner, glazed, OS: 15 1/2" x 12 3/4", SS: 9 3/4" x 7 1/4", good condition.

Lot: 2338 - AUGUSTE EDOUART (LA/FRANCE, 1789-1861)

A Pair of Historically Important Family Silhouettes of the family of General Roger Jones (1789-1852), longest serving Adjutant General of the United States Army in our nation's history (1825-1852), with subjects identified on back. Full length ink silhouettes on charcoal interior backgrounds, both signed and dated 1841. In the original mitered birdseye maple frame, under original old glass, OS: 14 3/4" x 20 1/2", SS: 11 3/4" c 17 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2339 - FRENCH CENSER

French Empire Period Bronze Censer, circa 1810, in boat form on turned stand, with single hinged lid, engraved and punch decorated in the 18th c. manner, 6 1/2" tall, 7" x 2 3/4" at top, 3" diam. foot. Old repair to edge of foot.

Lot: 2340 - EARLY ITALIAN BRONZE INKWELL

18th c. Lidded Triangular Inkwell, with dark brown patina, elegantly modeled with raised acanthus leaf covered lid, trailing vine frieze with leaf and scroll form pendants, set on three scrolled legs and paw form feet, interior with verdigris surface, 4 3/4" high, 5 5/8" x 5 5/8". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2341 - EARLY ITALIAN TABLE

18th c. Diminutive Walnut Trestle Leg Table, having a molded edge top and carved frieze, lyre shaped legs, forged iron curved and scrolled stretchers, 19 3/4" high, 26" x 14 1/2". Condition commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2342 - LARGE LATE 18TH C. ITALIAN CAPRICCIO AFTER PIRANESI (1720-1788)

Early 'Grand Tour', unsigned oil on canvas, on the original stretcher, untouched, probably after an image in his series Le Vedute di Roma, a collection of views of Roman landmarks and vistas intended as souvenirs for tourists. Housed in a modern reeded gold frame, OS: 37 1/2" x 58 1/2", SS: 33" x 34". Needs cleaning and stabilization.

Lot: 2343 - 17TH C. ITALIAN GILTWOOD FRAME

Carved Baroque Matched Corner Frame with scrollwork and blossoms in high relief, raised molded center, typically for a portrait, or mirror, displayed at head height. 18 1/2" x 15" with 10 1/2" x 7" opening. Minor loss to lower right corner.

Lot: 2344 - 18TH C. ROMAN IVORY ON WOOD CRUCIFIX

Carved Ivory Figure and Scroll mounted on black painted walnut cross by iron nails, well rendered, with expressive features, mouth open and looking up for last words to God, 6 1/2" tall figure, 15" x 7 1/2" cross. Missing front of crown of thorns.

Lot: 2345 - DOMENICO MONDO (NAPLES, ITALY, 1717/23 - 1806)

"St. Pius IV Invoking the Aid of the Virgin during the Battle of Lepanto", oil on canvas, unsigned, in gold and black molded frame, OS: 19 3/4" x 18 1/4", SS: 15 1/2" x 13 1/2". Good condition. The Battle of Lepanto was a naval battle on October 5, 1571, wherein the Catholic Holy League defeated the Ottoman fleet in the Gulf of Patras, ending their attempt to take Cyprus.

Lot: 2346 - ITALIAN GILTWOOD MIRROR

18th c. Carved and Gilded Rectangular Framed Mirror, with floral and leaf design top crest, swirled and textured surface, 26 1/2" high, 17 1/2" wide. Replaced glass, gesso losses.

Lot: 2347 - ITALIAN RENAISSANCE PORTRAIT OF A SOLDIER

Probably Venetian, oil on cradled panel, unsigned, the young man depicted in armor and red cloak, with plumed helmet, he is holding a spear and a large shield; housed in modern gold and black frame, OS: 16 1/4" x 13 1/4", SS: 9 1/4" x 7 1/4", repaired crack, tape mark on frame.

Lot: 2348 - FINE 18TH C. HAND CARVED GILT VENETIAN FRAME

Baroque frame with high relief and reticulated scroll carving, matched corners, crest and lower cartouche, 16" x 15", 6 1/4" x 8 1/4" opening. Minor losses.

Lot: 2349 - EARLY 18TH C. ITALIAN ALTAR PAINTING OF THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST

The Twelve Apostles at the feet of the Risen Christ, ascending in a cloud above their haloed heads, oil on panel, unsigned, wax export seal verso, in what appears to be the original gilt frame with diagonal corner spandrel, OS: 21" x 14 1/2", SS: 18 1/4" x 11 1/4", bowed panel, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2350 - MID 19TH C. ITALIAN CAST IRON BAS RELIEF PLAQUE OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST, AFTER DOMENICHINO (1581-1641)

Seated Young Man with Halo, holding a scroll, eagle descending with quill pen in beak, poisoned chalice holding symbolic snake behind. Unsigned, museum acquisition number verso. Self-framed. 15 1/4" x 11 1/2". Very good condition, small area of roughness lower right. The eagle is one of the attributes of Saint John the Evangelist, representing one of the four creatures (symbolic of the Evangelists) that are described as surrounding God’s throne in the Bible in Revelation 4:7. He is also often shown holding a chalice containing a serpent, alluding to the cup of sorrow foretold by Jesus (Matthew 26:39).

Lot: 2351 - LATE 19TH C. COPY OF A RAPHAEL RELIGIOUS PAINTING

Madonna and Child holding Lilies, a pair of Cherubs below, oil on canvas, housed in an ornate reticulated gilt Florentine style frame, OS: 49 1/2" x 39 1/2", SS: 35 1/2" x 25 1/2". Painting is in good condition, minor frame loss.

Lot: 2352 - PR EARLY ITALIAN PRICKET CANDLESTICKS

Pair of 18th c. Wooden Silver Gilt Candlesticks, having turned stems with carved waterleaf form decoration, set on tripod pedestal bases with paw form feet, 26 3/4" high, 8 1/4" x 8 1/4" bases. Drilled as lamps; one with repaired top edge break and platform corner chip; other has stem break below top platform; surface wear and worm damage, silver leaf losses.

Lot: 2353 - GIOVANNI CASTANO (MA/ITALY, 1896-1978)

"Venetian Fantasy", monumental oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on frame tag, which also gives artist's name and a date of 1924, housed in a broad molded gold frame, OS: 53 3/4" x 57 3/4", SS: 49 3/4" x 54 3/4". Overall craquelure.

Lot: 2354 - ITALIAN CASTELLI MAIOLICA PLAQUE, ATTRIBUTED TO CARMINE GENTILI (ITALY, 1678-1763)

18th c. Pictorial Plaque, depicting a Biblical scene of Susanna and the Elders from the Book of Daniel, Carmine Gentili was a painter and ceramicist in Castelli, plaque: 9 5/8" x 7 1/4, in a gilded wooden frame. Plaque has two small left edge chips.

Lot: 2355 - 18TH C. FLEMISH ECCLESIASTICAL PAINTING

Madonna and Child with Baby John the Baptist, Joseph and Anne behind, oil on brass, unsigned, illegible French inscription verso, in modern gold molded frame, brown velvet mat, OS: 14 1/2" x 12 3/4", SS: 7 1/2" x 5 3/4", Flaking.

Lot: 2356 - CONSTANT AIME MARIE CAP (BELGIUM, 1842-1915)

"Breakfast is Served", a genre Flemish Interior with Family at the Table, oil on linen, signed lower left and marked "1898, Antwerpen", gloriously detailed, showing the lifestyle of a rich merchant's family, housed in an ornate gilt reticulated matched corner gesso frame, OS: 37" x 43", SS: 23" x 29". Overall craquelure.

Lot: 2357 - BIEDERMEIER ARMOIRE

Austria, ca. 1825-1830, in walnut veneer with ebonized details, having a flat molded top, fluted columns, solid double doors with pressed brass escutcheons, drawer below with ring pulls, raised on molded post feet. With key. 75 1/2" x 22" x 45". Old inletted repairs to veneer on sides, back re-assembled from original panels.

Lot: 2358 - PR GERMAN 750-SILVER BAROQUE CANDLESTICKS

Pair of 19th c. Ornate Repousse Candlesticks, in 750-silver with weighted bases, fruit, leaves and scrolled decoration, stamped '750' near base edge, felted bases, 14 1/2" high, 5 1/2" sq. A few minor dents.

Lot: 2359 - A SCARCE GERMAN SILVER 19TH C. COVERED STEIN WITH RELIEF DECORATION TO IVY BODY

Probably a product of Ehrbach, with chased German silver foot, handle and hinged lid, all floral other than cupid head thumb rest, the body having bas relief carved decoration of rather racy interactions between Satyrs, Cupids, and a Ram, dancing semi-nude women holds bunches of grapes aloft, an elderly man being revitalized, the interior gold washed, 10 3/4" tall, 7" diameter at base, good condition.

Lot: 2360 - (2) FRAMED SETS OF PAIRS OF 16TH C. GERMAN WOODBLOCKS

Woodcut illustrations from "The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian", 1559, third edition, including "The Emperors Ferdinand Heinrich VI; Ludwig Heinrich VII" (B.138; 17.251) partial: PLUS "Four Members of the House of Hapsburg: Alrich of Wurttemberg to Wilhelm of Monserrat" (B.138; 17.251 partial. In chamfered teak frames, linen mats under glass, OS: 17 1/2" x 11", SS: 8 1/4" x 2 3/4" each, thread margins.

Lot: 2361 - GERMAN BRASS ALMS DISH

16th c. Nuremburg Brass Alms Basin, with raised petal form central boss, two surrounding rings of Gothic inscription, and punch decorated border, 17 1/4" diam. Three drilled holes to outer rim, surface wear and dents, four holes from wear to central section.

Lot: 2362 - (2) RARE 16TH C. GERMAN BATTLE MAPS

Including: "Abriss der Schlacht so zwischen Herrn Marggrafen von Durlach und Monsieur Tylli", from Lundorp's "Laurea Austriaca" (Erasmus Kempfler, Frankfurt: 1627), a stylized representation of the battlefield at Wimpfen; showing the disposition of the opposing forces. Copperplate engraving on two joined sheets of wove paper, as issued, in black stick frame, glazed, OS: 12 1/4" x 14 1/4", SS: 10 3/4" x 12 3/4", toned; PLUS "Eigentliche Vorbildung des berümpten Treffens so zwischen dem Margrafen von Durlach, und Gen Tilly bey Wimpfen vorgangen. Anno 1622." by Matthäus Merian (1593-1650), (published 1643). In black stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 11 1/2" x 15", SS: 10 1/2" x 14", toned.

Lot: 2363 - 1805 MAP OF GERMANY, LAST YEAR OF THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE

LAURIE & WHITTLE. [London, 1805] "A New Map of Germany Divided Into Its Circles which are those of 1. Austria 2. Lower Rhine or of the Four Electors 3. Upper Saxony 4. Bavaria 5. Franconia 6. Swabia 7. Upper Rhine 8. Westphalia 9 Lower. Saxony. NB. The Circle of Burgundy which was the second in Rank Exists no longer; in this Circle were formerly Comprehended the Low Countries and the French Province of Franche Comte." hand colored engraving. In a silver leaf molded panel frame, matted under UV plexiglass, OS: 26 1/2" x 34", SS: 19 1/2" x 26 1/2". Fine condition, not examined out of frame. A handsome, Napoleonic Era map of the Holy Roman Empire, depicted in the year before its dissolution in August 6, 1806, after its defeat at the hands of Napoleon. The territory on the map is still shown divided into the administrative unit of the Holy Roman Empire, the Circle, first established in 1500.

Lot: 2364 - PAIR OF 18TH C. DELFT TEA JARS

Tin glazed blue and white earthenware, in waisted octagonal Chinoiserie form and decoration featuring a pair of cranes in a floral garden, having a raised scrollwork frame, 7 1/2" x 4 1/2" x 3 3/4", edge chips to foot and neck, surface flakes.

Lot: 2365 - DUTCH INLAID LIBRARY TABLE

Square Drop Leaf Table with two drawers on one side, having overall boxwood inlaid decoration to the mahogany piece, boxwood and ebony stringing, the top marquetry having a round cartouche of an urn holding flowering vines surmounted by a hawk, with floral brackets, the short drop leaves with matching decoration, the case resting on disc and spindle trestle legs featuring large cast brass sunbursts, double roped stretchers, raised on fluted arched legs ending in cast brass lion paws with casters, 29 1/2" x 34" x 31", 7 1/2" leaves. Repair to one leg, fine shrinkage crack to top.

Lot: 2366 - DUTCH BRASS ALMS DISH

18th c. Alms Basin, with raised central boss and embossed rim decoration depicting cherub faces, cornucopia and stylized fishes surrounded by a textured field, rolled outer rim, 2 3/4" high, 14 3/4" diam. A few small dents.

Lot: 2367 - (2) BRASS TOBACCO BOXES

18th c. Dutch Oval Box, with hinged lid and engraved figural and floral decoration, engraved illegible Dutch text below, 2" high, 6 1/4" x 2 1/2". Heavy wear to engraved surface. PLUS 18th c. Dutch Coffin Shaped Box, with hinged lid and engraved floral and geometric decoration, 2" high, 6 1/4" x 2 1/2". Surface wear.

Lot: 2368 - DUTCH BRASS TOBACCO BOX

18th c. Engraved Brass Oblong Tobacco Box, hinged lid, with engraved scroll and floral decoration to lid and base, copper sides, 1 1/4" high, 6 1/4" x 2 1/8". Surface wear, two small lid edge repair areas.

Lot: 2369 - WILLEM VAN DE VELDE, THE ELDER (NETHERLANDS/ENGLAND, 1610/11-1693)

Dutch Warship Departing Harbor, Led by a Pilot Boat, ink and watercolor on paper applied to mitered walnut panel, signed on bit of flotsam lower center and dated 1690, the town to the right and a skiff with two men in the foreground on the left, housed in a 19th c. black and rippled gold Dutch style frame, OS: 13 1/4" x 16", SS: 9 3/4" x 12 1/2", 10" x 12 3/4" actual panel size. Cleaned. Includes old paper backing with pencil and ink inscriptions, outlining 1920s-40s ownership.

Lot: 2370 - MARQUETRY INLAID HANGING VITRINE

19th c. Dutch Walnut Wall Hanging Display Cabinet, with intricate floral and vine marquetry inlaid surface, overhanging molded edge cornice with canted corners, front door with twelve glass panes, flanked by three glass panels, white painted interior with two shaped edge shelves, molded edge base, attached hanging hardware, lower center molding hidden drawer, 31" high, 41" x 11". Surface wear commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 2371 - 19TH C. FLEMISH FIGURAL GROUP

The Fop Being Deceived by Mother and Daughter out of Her Love Letters, he is seated at a tavern table, flanked by the two of them as the younger plies him with wine, the letters scattered on the floor at his feet, in red walnut with carved features and detailing, on molded ebonized octagonal base, unmarked, 10 3/4" x 10" x 8 1/4", man's sword and part of belt gone.

Lot: 2372 - 18TH C. DUTCH GENRE PAINTING

Domestic Interior of Two Rooms, with Mother in foreground chastising Brother and Sister for a sin that is not apparent in the image; the father chatting with a buddy at an open window in the second room, oil on chamfered mahogany panel, unsigned, housed in vintage lemon gold mitered frame, OS: 17" x 19", SS: 13 1/4" x 15 1/4", cleaned, good condition.

Lot: 2373 - DUTCH MARQUETRY BOMBE FRONT CHEST

18th c. Marquetry Inlaid Walnut Bombe Chest of Drawers, molded edge shaped top, floral and trailing vine marquetry and stringing to all surfaces, with three graduated shaped drawers with fancy bronze drawer pulls and lock escutcheons, canted shaped corners and flat side panels, set on carved hairy paw feet, oak secondary wood, 30 1/4" high, 44 1/2" x 20 1/2". Shrinkage cracks to both sides, replaced hardware.

Lot: 2374 - GEORGIUS JACOBUS JOHANNES VAN OS, I (AMSTERDAM, 1782-1861)

"Bouquet de Fleurs", oil on mitered oak panel, initialed 'OS' lower right, artist and title inscribed on old label verso, in original lemon gold molded cove frame, OS: 8 3/4" x 8 1/4", SS: 4" x 3 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2375 - EARLY DELFT PICTORIAL TILE

18th c. Dutch Delft Biblical Tile, with manganese decoration depicting Salome reaching for a tray containing the head of John the Baptist, with King Herod, who granted her wish for the head, seated behind her; 5" sq. Repaired break.

Lot: 2376 - REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (NETHERLANDS, 1606-1669)

"Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple", 1636, etching on laid paper, signed and dated in plate, thread margins, in gilt stick frame with linen mat, gilt liner, glazed, OS: 14" x 14 1/2", plate size: 5 1/4" x 6 1/2". Thread margins, tipped in by top corners, slight bend and nip to lower right corner, not examined out of frame. H. 126ii; B. 69; NH(Rembrandt).I.222.139 ii.

Lot: 2377 - DUTCH SLANT LID DESK

Bombe Front Desk, front with walnut oyster veneer, slant lid opens to fitted shaped and inlaid interior with central single door cabinet with shelf insert, flanked by faux book form pullout storage slots, flanked by matched sections with two pigeon holes and three drawers, slide top storage area below writing surface, lower section with three graduated drawers with original brass pulls and escutcheons (no key), shaped apron, set on ball and claw feet, oak secondary wood, 40" high , 48" x 19". Surface wear and dryness, edge dings and scratches, finish stain to desk lid, veneer chip to left side back edge.

Lot: 2378 - 18TH C. DUTCH GENRE PAINTING

A Crowded Tavern Scene, oil on linen laid to academy board, unsigned, depicting two rooms of a tavern with men carousing, a letter thrown to the floor in the foreground a snarling cur slinking away on the right, an elderly woman landlord surveying the situation from an arched window upper left, housed in a vintage lemon and white gold molded frame, OS: 17 1/4" x 21", SS: 13 3/4" x 17 1/4", cleaned, good condition.

Lot: 2379 - CORNELIUS BOUTER (NETHERLANDS, 1888-1966)

Mother Feeding Daughter at Window, oil on canvas, signed lower left, housed in a period gold Arts & Crafts frame, OS: 20 1/2" x 18 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 13 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 2380 - DUTCH FRISIAN MADDERED OAK STRIKING ALARM 'STAARTSCHIPPERTJE' WALL CLOCK, CIRCA 1830

30-hour weight driven brass posted verge movement, half hour count wheel striking and alarm on a bell, maddered oak case, the polychrome painted dial with Roman numerals and applied brass cupid spandrels, landscape in the arch and brass hands, with verge escapement and short pendulum, stained oak break arch top case including all finials, glazed door flanked by ebonized pilasters, shaped tail with ebonized pierced 'sunwheel' tail. 42" x 13" x 7". Including original weight. Good, working condition.

Lot: 2381 - EARLY DUTCH CUTLERY SET

Silver Fork and Knife with marks from the Hague, circa 1710-1715, having hardstone carved handles, with silver sockets, housed in a two-pocket, shagreen covered wooden sheath with silver fittings, 10 1/4" long overall. Good condition.

Lot: 2382 - JOAN BLAEU (NETHERLANDS, 1596-1673) MAP OF HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1646

"Hantonia Sive Southantonensis Comitatus Vulgo Hant-shire". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645. Original old coloring. With decorative title-cartouche, royal and English coats of arms, 8 family coats of arms (including 1 blank shield) and several ships. A very decorative map of Hampshire, a county on the southern coast of England in the United Kingdom. In mahogany box frame, glazed, OS: 21" x 25", impression: 16 1/2" x 19 1/2". Toned, foxing upper left margin.

Lot: 2383 - MINIATURE CONTINENTAL PAINTED ARMOIRE

18th c. Northern European Decorated Cabinet, with seven hand painted scenic panels depicting village life, surrounded by floral motifs, having a domed top and molded edge cornice, above double paneled doors, with iron lock escutcheon and key, interior with long top drawer above shaped central open compartment with two short drawers on each side, long drawer below, iron drop ring drawer pulls, molded edge base and set on four suppressed bun feet, 17 3/4" high, 13" x 7". Surface wear, paint losses.

Lot: 2384 - PR OF 18TH C. DUTCH GENRE PAINTINGS FEATURING PHYSICIANS

Two Scenes of Treatment in Dark Interiors, one of a wealthy woman, the other of a poor man, oil on copper, unsigned, depicting an earlier era, the subjects in ethnic costume, in matching black molded frames with gilt liners, OS: 14 3/4" x 13 1/4", SS: 9 3/4" x 8 1/4". Very good condition.

Lot: 2385 - 18TH C. CONTINENTAL TORTOISESHELL & SILVER PIQUE ETUI

Silver Mounted Cylindrical Accessories Case with hinged lid, probably French, with delicate silver inlay decoration, push button open, engraved EB monogram seal at one end, 4 1/2" long, 1 1/4" diam. Lid crack and edge chips.

Lot: 2386 - EARLY CONTINENTAL OAK CHEST

Petite 18th c. Serpentine Front Chest, possibly Flemish, with molded edge top, four conforming drawers with original teardrop pulls, on a molded edge base with octagonal shaped feet, 30 1/4" high, 26 1/4" x 19 1/4". Worn dry surface, side shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 2387 - 17TH C. POLYCHROMED FIGURE OF A SAINT

Continental Standing Figure of Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg holding the Church, dressed in robes with a mitre, with flat, unfinished back, 15 1/4" tall. Losses, wormage.

Lot: 2388 - BRONZE PRICKET CANDLESTICK

18th c. Continental Candlestick, drilled as a lamp, with urn form top support, shaped turned stem, tripod base with raised cherub, shell and swirl decoration, scroll form feet, 16 5/8" high, 5" x 5". Drip pan edge dent.

Lot: 2389 - 17TH C. PORTRAIT OF A STANDING FEMALE SAINT

Continental, probably Portuguese, she is standing on top of a wave with an angel at front, in robe with lace edged cape and mantle, her hands clasped in prayer, her hair coiffed under the mantle, mounted on an octagonal wooden base. 4 1/4" figure, 5 3/8" tall overall. Yellowed, shrinkage cracks, stain on back of head.

Lot: 2390 - DOUBLE-SIDED OLD MASTERS EARLY INK DRAWINGS

One side of an elderly man seated in grief or exhaustion, his forehead resting on his walking staff, figures of two women in flight above his head; the reverse the heads of two bearded men, one in a broad brimmed tall crowned hat; all in sepia ink on laid paper with a British watermark of Seated Brittania inside an oval crowned frame. Double glazed with mat in stepped mahogany frame, OS: 19" x 13 3/4", SS: 10 1/2" x 6 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 2391 - WALNUT HANGING CABINETS

Near Pair of 19th c. Continental Wall Shelves, with shaped fronts, topped with two open shelves, side supports with heart and decorative cutouts, two diamond and Maltese cross inlaid doors below with brass escutcheons and open interior, 29 3/8" high, 18" x 5 3/4" and 30" high, 18 1/2" x 6 1/4". Surface wear, stains and dings, worm damage.

Lot: 2392 - CONTINENTAL PEWTER CANDLESTICK

18th c. Pewter Pricket Form Candlestick, with wide cup form drip pan, turned stem, ornate tripod base with embossed cherubs, set on ball and claw form feet, 26" high, 7 5/8" x 7 5/8". Drip pan edge dent.

Lot: 2393 - 18TH C. CONTINENTAL IVORY CRUCIFIX

Christ in Agony on the Cross, well-detailed ivory set on handcarved black walnut cross by iron spikes, ivory INRI scroll above, set on later copper rod, possibly German. 9 3/4" x 6 1/4" cross, 22" tall overall, slight separation at arms.

Lot: 2394 - (2) 17TH-18TH C. SMALL BRONZE MORTARS

The older of the two in classical Pharmacist form, a cylinder with flared rim, two square lug handles, 4" x 4" x 4 1/2"; PLUS a Squat form with rounded bottom, tapered sides having four scalloped flanges alternating with raised eight-pointed stars or blossoms, flared rim, 2 1/2" x 4 3/4" diam. Both in good condition.

Lot: 2395 - PR CONTINENTAL BRONZE BOWLS

Early 19th c. Roman Revival Bowls, probably French, in cast bronze with rounded bottoms and flared rims, with bas relief frieze decoration of young Satyrs, putti and elderly men cavorting among wine barrels, large fires and woodland. 3 1/2" x 7 3/4" each. Good condition.

Lot: 2396 - IVAN KONSTANTINOVICH AIVAZOVSKY (RUSSIA/UKRAINE, 1817-1900)

A Trawler, a Whaler and a Longboat in the open sea, oil on panel, signed lower right, in what appears to be the original gold gesso cove frame, OS: 18 3/4" x 22 1/4", SS: 9 3/4" x 13 1/4", good condition.

Lot: 2397 - PR EARLY RUSSIAN BRONZE CANDLESTICKS

Pair of 17th c. Handmade Bronze Candlesticks, with wide dished rims, turned stem, shaped decorative drip trays near base, with a square domed base with fleur-de-lis shaped corners and set on cylindrical feet, 10 1/4" high, 4 3/4" sq. Good condition.

Lot: 2398 - 19TH C. RUSSIAN ICON IN BLUE ENAMELED BRONZE

Madonna and Child at center surrounded by eight rays and a lobed circle depicting scenes from the life of Christ, 4" x 3 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 2399 - TWO RUSSIAN BRASS ICONS, 19th C.

A lot of two 19th Century Russian brass icons. One is a four-fold Polytych in blue and white enameled brass, having twenty scenes from the Life of Christ, reverse of one panel with the Crucifixion. 7" x 15 1/2". Good condition. The other an Orthodox Cross depicting the Crucifixion, having white, dark and pale blue enamel, with engraved floral decoration on back, 8 3/4" x 5 5/8". Worn from veneration.

Lot: 2400 - EARLY 19TH C. RUSSIAN ICON, ST PETERSBURG, 1825

Christ Pantocrator, oil on panel, with silver oklad dated 1825, assayer Aleksandr Ilyich Yashinkov, St. Petersburg, 1795-1826; 84 zlotny, unidentified maker, in glass front case with gold interior frame, OS: 13 1/2" x 11 1/2", SS: 10" x 8". Icon is good, loss to case molding.

Lot: 2401 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

Madonna and Child in Chalice, egg tempera on wood, 11" x 8 3/4", they are depicted as a fountain center, body of Christ below, flanked by man and woman, two angels at top. Missing both battens, bowed.

Lot: 2402 - 20TH C. GREEK ORTHODOX ICON BY MADONNA BUMBARGER

"Christ Pulling Adam and Eve from Hell", egg tempera with gold halo, on wood panel, using authentic techniques, 16 3/4" x 13". Very good condition. Bumbarger is one the artisans of the Philadelphia branch of the Prosopan School of Iconology. Founded in the 1980s by master iconographer and Russian emigre Vladislav Andrejev, the Proposon School has introduced the spirituality and discipline of making traditional icons to thousands of students. The process using egg tempera and gold leaf on wood panels is taught alongside the symbolic and theological meaning.

Lot: 2403 - RUSSIAN ICON, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH C.

"The Holy Unmercenaries: Kir, Kosma, Damian and Ioann", egg tempera on a partial gold field on wood panel, depicting the four Saints with the Madonna and Child above, 14" x 11 3/4". Retouched and stabilized.

Lot: 2404 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Blaze of Fire", egg tempera on wooden panel, depicting the fiery Ascension of Elijah the Prophet, four other Saints remain behind in the mountains,12" x 10". One flake lower left.

Lot: 2405 - RUSSIAN ICON, EARLY 19TH C.

"The Mother of God, Joy to All Who Sorrow", egg tempera on silver leaf on wood panel, 12 1/4" x 10 3/8". Missing one batten, slightly bowed. The Virgin and Child are depicted in the center of two superimposed four-sided stars symbolizing fire and depicting the symbols of the Four Evangelists, surrounded by Cherubim and Seraphim, set against a stellar background representing the Burning Bush from the vision of Moses. The points of the stars are interspersed by various archangels, and the corners of the icon depict the visions of Moses, Isiah, Ezekiel and Jacob.

Lot: 2406 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Scene from the Life of St. Nicholas", egg tempera on wood panel, with gold detailing, single batten on back, 8 3/4" x 5 3/4", label verso from The Temple Gallery of London. Good condition, worm loss to back corner.

Lot: 2407 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Our Lady of the Burning Bush", egg tempera on silver ground on wood panel, 12 3/8" x 10". Missing both battens, slightly bowed. Depicting the Virgin and Child at the center of a starburst representing the Burning Bush from Moses' vision, surrounded by various Saints.

Lot: 2408 - RUSSIAN ICON, 18TH C.

"The Cardinal Feast Days with the Complete Resurrection", egg tempera on partial silver ground on wood, 14 3/4" x 11 3/8". Bowed, missing one batten, nail fragments of old embedded nails, edge loss. The Complete Resurrection and descent into Hell at the center. From the top left corner, clockwise: the Birth of the Virgin; the Presentation of the Virgin to the Temple; the Annunciation; the Nativity; the Baptism of Jesus Christ; the Transfiguration; Exaltation of the Holy Cross; (Patriarch Makarios raised the Holy Cross in his two hands. Two Deacons flank him holding his robe. He is flanked by the Emperor Constantine the Great on the right and Empress Helena on the right), in the background is the Basilica of the Resurrection built by Constantine in Jerusalem; The Dormition; The Old Testament Trinity; The Ascension; Entry into Jerusalem; The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple.

Lot: 2409 - RUSSIAN ICON, MID-19TH C.

"The Calendar Month, February", egg tempera on gesso, silver ground, on wood panel, 20 1/2" x 16". Scattered losses. In the center is a scene of Christ pulling Adam and the Kings from Hell, surrounded by portraits of Saints and from the life of Christ.

Lot: 2410 - RUSSIAN ICON, 18TH C.

"The Cardinal Feast Days, May", egg tempera on wooden panel, 20 3/4" x 16 7/8". Losses, repaired and stabilized. Depicting the Complete Resurrection and Descent into Hell at center. The lower right hand corner depicts St. Peter rushing up from his boat to meet Jesus, who still needs to eat after his resurrection, they feast on fish at the shore. From the top left corner, clockwise: The Old Testament Trinity; Birth of the Virgin; The Presentation of the Virgin to the Temple; The Annunciation; The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple; The Transfiguration; Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Patriarch Makarios raises the Holy Cross in his two hands. Two Deacons flank him holding his robe. He is flanked by the Emperor Constantine the Great and Empress Helena; in the background is the basilica of the Resurrection built by Constantine in Jerusalem. The Dormition; The Ascension (not the usual depiction: the Virgin is included in this iconography as a symbol representing the Church); the principal place is given to the Mother of God, who is flanked by two angels with wings in white. Christ ascends in glory seated in an aureole, supported by two angels, a group of apostles, one kneeling and two standing to the right of the Virgin.

Lot: 2411 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Resurrection", egg tempera over gold ground on gesso, wooden panel, in red velvet mount with gilt frame. OS: 15" x 13 1/2", SS: 10 1/8" x 9". Cleaned and stabilized. Depicting various scenes from the Life of Christ, including the Resurrection.

Lot: 2412 - RUSSIAN ICON, EARLY 19TH C.

"The All-Seeing Eye of God", egg tempera with gold halos on wood panel, 17 1/2" x 14 1/2". Repaired split, edge losses, cleaned and stabilized. Christ is at the Center of a glowing red face disc having four arms containing angels and the Virgin above. Individual Saints in each corner.

Lot: 2413 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C., STROGANOFF SCHOOL

"St. Zosima and St. Savvatii of Solovki", egg tempera on partial silver lacquer ground on wood panel, 22 1/2" X 19". Loss to integral border, image restored and stabilized. St. Zosima and St. Savvatti founded the Monastery of Solovki (depicted in the middle ground) on the islands of the White Sea (symbolized by the water in the foreground) in the 15th century, the Holy Visage of Edessa (image of Jesus on linen cloth "not made with hands" as translated from Cyrillic caption) depicted at top.

Lot: 2414 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Sofia, Wisdom of God", egg tempera, gold ground, gesso on wood panel, 12 1/4" x 12 1/2". Lacking battens, slightly bowed, restored and stabilized. Depicts Sofia seated at center, surrounded by the Mother and Child and other Saints.

Lot: 2415 - RUSSIAN ICON, CIRCA 1800

"The Protecting Veil (Pokrov)", egg tempera on wood panel with gold detailing, two battens on back, label verso from The Temple Gallery of London, with note indicating it was part of the Millennial Catalog. 12 3/8" x 9 7/8". Losses at bottom. Depicts scenes associated with the Feast of Pokrov, which is celebrated on October 14th in Russia, considered the first day of winter by Russians.

Lot: 2416 - RUSSIAN ICON, 19TH C.

"Assembly of the Archangels", egg tempera on gold ground, gesso on wood panel, an image of the archangels gathered and holding a disc illustrating Christ Emmanuel, illustrated in "An Icon for the Millennium", No. 49, Nov 1994. 12 1/4" x 10 1/2". Repaired cracks.

Lot: 2417 - RUSSIAN ICON, EARLY 19TH C.

"Birth of the Virgin Mary", egg tempera on partial gold leaf ground on wood panel, 11" x 13 1/2". Edge repairs, stabilized, slightly bowed. St. Anna is represented half reclining on a bed with four handmaidens in attendance. In the foreground the midwife prepares to bathe the infant Virgin. To the right: Praising of the Virgin in which Mary, between her parents, St. Joachim and St. Anna, seated on the steps of Jerusalem, receiving their tender caresses. The top center scene depicts the meeting of St. Joachim and St. Anna, in an embrace at the Golden Gate of Jerusalem. At top left, St. Joachim and at the top right, St. Anna, both of whom are receiving God's guidance for Heavenly Angels.

Lot: 2418 - RUSSIAN ICON, 18TH C.

"The Cardinal Feast Days", egg tempera on wood panel, having four horizontal registers with a total of thirty-three individual or multiple Saints, their captions indicating feast days, like a calendar, 13 3/4" x 12". Edge losses.

Lot: 2419 - RUSSIAN ICON, LATE 17TH C.

"Icon of the Burning Bush Surrounded by the Twelve Cardinal Feast Days", egg tempera and gold leaf ground on wood. 12 1/4" x 10 1/2". Restored and stabilized. The Virgin and Child are depicted at the center in mandorla surrounded by Cherubim and Seraphim. They are set against a background representing the Burning Bush from the vision of Moses, which itself is set against the star symbolizing fire and representing the symbols of the four Evangelists. Surround from top left, clockwise: The Annunciation; The Nativity; the presentation of Jesus in the Temple; St. Simon holding the infant Christ; the Baptism of Jesus Christ; the Raising of Lazarus; the Crucifixion; the Dormition of the Virgin Mary; the Old Testament Trinity in the guise of the three angels, each holding an elongated staff, seated around the table Oak of Mambre; Descent into Hell; the Ascension; the Entry into Jerusalem; the Transfiguration.

Lot: 2420 - RUSSIAN ICON, EARLY 18TH C.

"Pentecost" or "Soshestive Svyatogo Dukha", egg tempera on wood panel, Temple Gallery of London label verso. A large icon depicting the Virgin enthroned, flanked by various Saints. 17 1/2" x 17 1/2". Restored and stabilized, edge losses, repaired split.

Lot: 2421 - RUSSIAN ICON, CIRCA 1600, NOVGOROD SCHOOL

"Icon of the Ascension of the Virgin Mary to Heaven", egg tempera and gesso with gold halos, on wood panel, date given on Temple Gallery of London label verso, 17" x 13 1/2". Slightly bowed.

Lot: 2422 - RUSSIAN ICON, EARLY 19TH C.

"The Complete Resurrection and the Descent into Hell", egg tempera with gold halos on wood panel, 17 3/4" x 13 1/4". Repaired vertical split. In the upper scene Christ stands within a mandorla over the tomb from which he has been resurrected, alongside which lies three Roman soldiers. In the lower portion Christ stands within a mandorla at the broken gates to hell. He grasps Adam by the hand and, together with the prophets Kings David and Solomon and other forefathers, he pulls them from the jaws of Hell and leads them to the Gates of Paradise. He delivers them to Michael the Archangel who is above the standing Jesus, holding the Orthodox Cross as the Suffering Servant. At top left is a scene of the Entombment, the Resurrection, Holy women at the Sepulchre, while at the bottom left the Angels slay and chain Satan. Paradise is at top right.

Lot: 2423 - 18TH C. QAJAR PERSIAN BRASS MAGIC BOWL

Divination Bowl having lengthy Koranic inscriptions overall, flat rim, dimpled center, the exterior with floral decoration, inscriptions on underside, 2" x 6 1/4". Drilled and notched edge, some corrosion.

Lot: 2424 - 19TH C. INDO-PERSIAN PROCESSIONAL SHIELD & BATTLE AXE

Heavy Leather Prestige Shield with four decorative metal bosses, grip with pad verso, raised painted figures of lions attacking antelope and dragons, 19" diam., some checking; PLUS Battle Axe with decorative gilt bronze head having relief design also showing a lion attacking an antelope, with spike top and hammer back, twisted iron upper grip, finial at handle end, 7 1/2" blade 38" long overall. Finish loss and light corrosion.

Lot: 2425 - 16TH C. SAFAVID PERSIAN BLUE AND WHITE DISH

Safavid fritware dish is painted underglaze in black and cobalt blue. with central blossom motif. 1 3/4" x 7 1/2". Reassembled, all but one component original.

Lot: 2426 - ANCIENT PERSIAN BRONZE CANDLESTICK

3rd-6th c. AD Three-Part Bronze Candleholder, with verdigris patinated surface and intricate etched decoration, turned baluster stem and round base with six concave base top indentations, set on tripod base with spade form feet, 16 1/2" high, 8" diam. Oxidized and worn surface, top section detached with 'make-do' wooden peg type fitting.

Lot: 2427 - 16TH C. CAUCASIAN KOUBATCHA CRACKLE GLAZE WHITE AND BLUE BOWL

Richly decorated faience, the marginal panels containing blue blossoms, black arabesques, central reserve with bird in garden pond, 2 3/4" x 1 3/4".

Lot: 2428 - PERSIAN POTTERY TUREEN

Qajar Glazed Blue and White Pottery Lidded Serving Vessel, with side handles and large mushroom form lid finial, painted floral decoration, craquelure surface, 11 1/2" high, 11 1/2" x 10 1/2". Lid and handle chips, glaze frits.

Lot: 2429 - SAFAVID PERSIAN TIN GLAZED BOWL, CIRCA 1350

Sultanabad or Kashan Pottery Bowl, conical shape with vertical rim edge, narrow foot, turquoise glaze with black and cobalt blue Sufic calligraphy and floral decoration, 4 3/8" high, 13 1/4" diam. Old rim repairs, rim chips and frits, underside glaze chips.

Lot: 2430 - KURDISH ERBIL POTTERY JUG

Mesopotamia, Halaf period, 4900-4300 BC, decorated with bands of geometric shapes and lines rising up to the broad short neck with rolled rim, single applied ring handle, black and red on terracotta clay, 6" x 9" x 8". Several surface flakes, occlusions.

Lot: 2431 - ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE AMULET OF A JACKAL

Small naturalistic figure of a Jackal (or dog) eating, an unusual form, on integral base, in turquoise glaze, 1 5/8" long. Good condition.

Lot: 2432 - ROMAN BRONZE BOWL

Ancient Cast Bronze Patera or Libation Bowl, 1st-2nd c. CE, with verdigris patinated surface, rolled rim and raised central indentation, exterior with incised leaf decoration, set on a ringed foot surrounding multiple raised concentric circles, 2 1/4" high, 9" diam. Missing handle (exterior scar), surface wear and encrustation, side hole/corrosion area.

Lot: 2433 - 14TH-15TH C. OTTOMAN COPPER ALLOY CANDLESTICK

Early Turkish Candleholder, having a paneled petal-form candle socket with no ejector hole, single knop stem, dome top dished edge drip pan and bell shaped base, 7 1/2" high, 3 7/8" diam. Losses, crack and dents in base, drip pan edge losses, small candle socket exterior gouge.

Lot: 2434 - KUTAHYA STYLE FLOOR VASE

Large Vintage Turkish or Moroccan Glazed Pottery Vase, baluster shape with applied body rings, hand painted Iznik or Moorish style decoration, unmarked, 27 1/2" high, 11 1/2" diam. Rim edge glaze flakes, lower body ring chip.

Lot: 2435 - 19TH C. INDIAN MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF EMPRESS MUMTAZ MAHAL

Portrait of Empress Mumtaz Mahal, the woman for whom the Taj Mahal was constructed as a tomb.. She is depicted in finery, holding a hand fan, in a gilt brass oval frame under domed glass, unsigned. 5" x 3 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 2436 - GROUP OF (5) FRAMED INDIAN MINIATURES, LATE 19TH TO MID 20TH C.

Mostly Views of the Taj Mahal and the duo for whom it was built as a tomb, Mumtaz Mahal and Emperor Shah Jahan, interior and exterior views, and a portrait of her; plus a view of a small conflict in a courtyard, and the Qutab Minar in Delhi. 2 1/" x 3 1/2" to 6" x 7 3/4" (the largest containing four images). Generally very good condition.

Lot: 2437 - 19TH C. IVORY MINIATURE PAINTING OF A COLONIAL BRITISH WOMAN IN INDIAN COSTUME

A Lovely Young Red-haired Blue-eyed Lady in Mughal dress, translucent white silk with gold trim, displaying large gold and emerald hoop earrings, necklace, rings, holding a golden whisk, seated in front of a drape with landscape having triple domed building in the background, oil on ivory, unsigned, in 1880s vintage worn blue velvet frame having gilt liner, under domed glass, OS: 7 1/2" x 6 3/4", SS: 3 1/2" x 2 3/4", painting is good.

Lot: 2438 - (2) LARGE LATE 19TH C. MUGHAL PAINTINGS, ONE FRAMED

Both gouache on paper, including a portrait of the duo who are entombed in the Taj Mahal: Mumtaz Mahal and Emperor Shah Jahan, oval formats in rectangular field of flowers having a small view of the building between them, in gold frame with cream silk mat, OS: 14" x 17 1/4", SS: 6 1/2" x 10"; PLUS a Scholar seated on a pavilion, with a supplicant and an attendant, in green mat under glass with taped edge, OS: 15 1/4" x 12 1/4", SS: 11" x 8", good condition.

Lot: 2439 - LARGE SILVER CLAD HEAVY COPPER TRAY EARLY 18TH C. BRITISH COLONIAL INDIA, CALCUTTA REGION

Magnificently rendered and detailed decorative tray featuring thirteen cartouches of acolytes around a central representation of the Deity Vishnu playing a flute while leaning on a cow, all in hand chiseled silver over a matte copper ground, fluted and beaded dishing, palmette border. 18" diam. Fine condition.

Lot: 2440 - HINDU BRONZE FIGURE

Continental Indian Figure of the Goddess Saraswati, the consort of Lord Brahma, the presiding Deity of all forms of Vidyas- i.e., learning. She is the Goddess who grants success in education, music and singing, 11 1/2" tall. Very good condition.

Lot: 2441 - INDO-PERSIAN MIXED METAL VASE

19th c. Mughal Iron Koftgari Footed Vase, with intricately carved surface and gold and silver inlay, ruffled rim, raised neck band with calligraphy, and set on a knopped stem and round foot, 19 1/2" high, 6 1/2" diam. Surface rust and wear, gold and silver losses.

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