Fall Select Auction: October 15 (2004)

Lot Numbers 166-198

1-40 | 41-80 | 81-120 | 121-165 | 166-198 | 199-240 | 241-275 | 276-315 | 316-354 | 355-394 | 395-424

166. Waterbury #7 wall clock, oak case in old dark finish, 1891, pinwheel movement, 12" porcelain dial, 82"h x 25½"w, excellent condition. (12,000-15,000)
167. Rookwood faience water fountain, octagonal base w/square panels in blossom design, bowl w/stylized Greek key pattern edging, unusual cream/putty glaze. Underside of bowl has impressed marks of Rookwood logo, 442, 3191Y, J78A, pedestal marked J78A. 33"h x 15"d. Superb condition – no issues. (2,000-3,000)
168. Tiffany Studios Nautilus lamp, bronze base & curled shell, shade marked Tiffany Studios NY 25893, 13¾"h x 8"w. (4,000-6,000)
169. Tiffany & Co bronze theater ticket wheel, unusual form, w/blossoms, vines & leaves, impressed Tiffany & Co. 969K, 10½"d x 2¼" deep. (800-1,200)
170. Tiffany Studios bronze four-light candle stand w/emerald blown glass, marked Tiffany Studios NY D556, 31, 11½"h. (2,000-3,000)
171. Tiffany Studios bronze charger in gold doré finish, 24 round mother of pearl inlays, border in floral and geometric designs, marked Tiffany Studios New York 1728, 14". (250-350)
172. Tiffany Studios bronze charger in gold doré finish w/stylized floral border, marked Tiffany Studios New York, 1737, 9", excellent condition. (150-250)
173. Sheffield silver plate sardine server, glass insert, fish & shell finial, 4½"h x 6¾" x 6¼". (250-350)
174. German silver sugar box, footed, hinged lid & key, hallmarked, 6"l x 4"d x 3"h, some wear to keyhole. (200-300)
175. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Peasant boy and plow team, 1895, ink and pencil, 11" x 8½", signed, dated 95. (500-700)
176. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Two boys in rowboats, ink, 1895, 10½" x 13½", signed, dated 6-30-95. (400-600)
177. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Group of boys on the edge of a small town, ink & pencil, 1895, 10½" x 13½", signed, dated '95. (400-600)
178. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Mt Adams street with trees, 1924, pencil, 8" x 10½", signed ETH, dated 2-20-24. (400-600)
179. Portrait of gentleman in wig, 19th century, oil on canvas, 30" x 25". (2,000-3,000)
180. 19th century gilt mirror w/crossed torches & wreath to crown, excellent condition, 43"h x 28"w. (250-350)
181. Towle sterling flatware, Candlelight pattern, 136 pieces, (800-1,000)
182. Sterling flatware service for 12, 87pcsFairfax pattern by Durgin division of Gorham, marked with script D, STERLING PAT'D M, Harrington & Co. (500-700)
(Rear)
183. Brass candlestick, English, mid 18th century, bobeche cup, petal base, 7¾"h, repair to baluster. (100-150)
(Middle)
184. Brass candlestick, French, c.1700 square base, four-sided sloping baluster, 6¼". (200-300)
185. Brass candlestick, English, mid 18th century, bobeche cup, notched turning under cup, scalloped base, 9½". (150-250)
186. Brass candlestick, Spanish, late 18th century, square footed base, turned drip plate, claw feet, 9". (75-150)
187. Brass candlestick, French, c.1730, made of bell metal, circular extraction hole, tapered baluster, round ruffled base, 9"h. (150-250)
(Front)
188. Brass candlestick, Spanish, late 17th century, octagonal base w/raised circular band, tapered baluster, circular extraction hole, 6"h. (250-350)
189. Spanish or French, c.1700, octagonal drip plate, tiered domed base, 9¼". (200-300)
190. Brass candlestick, Spanish, late 17th century, square tray base, chamfered baluster, 7"h. (200-300)
191. Handel lamp, chipped ice shade w/vertical stems & leaves on a yellow to green background, bronze base in original patina, shade signed Handel 5469 US Pat #979686, 15"d, total height 24". (3,000-4,000)
192. Mahogany grandfather regulator clock, regulator, carved crown, two carved floral medallions to front, pinwheel works, 80"h. (800-1,200)
193. Limbert writing desk, mortised construction, fitted interior w/center drawer, burn mark to drawer interior, 40"h x 34"w x 16"d. Filled split to bottom front of drop front, three 8" water rings, minor ink spots, loss to veneer on back 3" x 8", all original hardware, original finish, very good condition overall. (800-1,200)
194. Arts & Crafts framed tile, design of three overlapping blossoms in pale blue with dark blue centers and stylized brown leaves on a medium green background, framed in a 3" wide oak Arts & Crafts frame, some crazing, tile 6"sq, framed 12"sq. (200-300)
195. Handel harp form floor lamp, base w/silk Handel tag, sells w/early 20th century blue frosted shade, 9" shade, 57"h. (400-600)
196. Outstanding three piece walnut Victorian bedroom set w/extensive burling & deeply carved highlights of scrolls, blossoms, leaves & pods: armoire w/two doors over two drawers, 96"h x 34" w x 20"d, mirrored marble top five drawer dresser, 84"h x 48"w x 22"d, bed converted to queen comes w/original rails, excellent condition. (3,000-5,000)
197. Tall walnut case 30-day clock, delicately & deeply carved w/acanthus leaves, berries, crown has two grotesque men w/leaf edging, geometric edging, lower storage cabinet has paneled front w/intricate leaf pattern & two columns, carving of the highest quality, etched brass weight, face & pendulum, recently serviced, excellent time keeper, 84"h x 21"w x 14"d, excellent condition. (2,000-3,000)
198. Welsh oak step-back pewter cupboard, carved decorations, three paneled doors to base, late 19th century, 79"h x 68"w x 18"d. (3,000-4,000)

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