Fall Select Auction: October 15 (2004)

Lot Numbers 199-240

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

199. Rookwood porcelain glaze vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, two parrots in gray-green & blue w/black & orange highlights on green & black branches w/long leaves, on a pale blue & rose background, 9", 1930, 592C, mint. (8,000-10,000)
200. Rookwood vellum plaque by Ed Diers, landscape w/snow-covered farmhouse & large outbuildings, in shades of pale blue, cream & gray, 1918, 6"h x 8"w, old oak Arts & Crafts frame, minor restoration to faint line. (1,000-2,000)
201. Rookwood wax matt vase by Elizabeth Lincoln w/pink & red blossoms & buds on olive & pale blue stems & leaves, 1929, 6013, 6¾"h 7½"d, mint. (500-800)
202. Rookwood floral vellum by E.T. Hurley, three large cream blossoms w/white highlights on pale gray-green leaves & stems, on a gray to cream background, 1913, 1356D, V, 8¾", mint. (1,500-2,000)
203. Rookwood porcelain glaze vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, decorated w/lilies of the valley on broad leaves, in shades of lavender, violet & pink, 1926, #838E, 7", mint. (2,500-3,500)
204. Rookwood vellum vase by Kate Curry, outstanding floral with great design & detail, 1917, 5", faint hairline. (400-600)
205. Rookwood porcelain glaze vase by Jens Jensen, rolled rim w/stylized floral design of caramel & cream, 1946, 6569, 5"h x 7"d, mint. (400-600)
206. Bronze statue, Angel With Bow by Jules Coutan, 27"h, marble base, 20th century recast. (400-600)
207. Hekman leather top mahogany executive desk w/heavily carved acanthus knees, skirting, claw & ball feet, burled drawer fronts, 20th century, like new condition, 70"w x 36"d x 30"h. (500-1,000)
208. Sterling tea service, 3 pieces by International, Prelude pattern, Coffee pot 11", Covered sugar 6", Creamer 5.5", atop ornate silver plate tray, Excellent Condition (300-500)
209. Fairy Garden, Art Nouveau style colored lithograph, marked Ideal Wall Friezes, Germany, 30" x 47", whimsical scene w/great color & design. (700-900)
210. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Mt Adams Incline, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed, great detail, early Closson's label. (300-400)
211. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Hilltop park overlooking Ohio River, 1926, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed. (300-400)
212. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, The Basket Weaver, etching, 5" x 3", pencil signed. (250-350)
213. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Newport marina with paddlewheels facing Cincinnati, etching, 8½" x 12", pencil signed. (250-350)
(No Photo)
214. Two etchings by Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950: Niche at Immaculata Church, etching, 5¾" x 3", pencil signed, and House on hillside, etching, 5¾" x 4½", pencil signed. (300-400)
215. English sideboard of vivid flamed mahogany, upper bout w/four turned columns, carved geometric edging, vine & leaf carvings, two large medallions, two Bombé drawers & four doors to lower bout w/sliding silver drawer to interior, six legs w/banded feet, 19th century, 74"h x 60"w x 24"d, excellent condition. (1,500-2,000)
216. Oak coffer, late 17th century, beveled panels to lid, front & sides, carved foliage decoration, reeded legs, nice original finish & patina, 26"h x 53"w x 22"d. (1,000-2,000)
217. Bradley & Hubbard slag glass table lamp, shade in eight panels of caramel glass, green to red skirt, lattice work, octagonal base, shade marked PAT'D OCT 20.08., base marked B&H, 20"h x 14"d, excellent condition. (500-700)
218. Lalique Art Deco nude, etched signature, 10", mint, modeled after Lalique hood ornament design. (200-300)
219. Art Deco Swiss windup desk clock, brass w/blue glass, marked 1321 Le Coultre Co Swiss, 8"h, excellent condition. (150-250)
220. Waterford leaded crystal compote w/cut decoration, unmarked, 9"h x 8½"d, excellent condition. (150-250)
221. Two Victorian cut glass decanters, bullseye & cross-cut diamond patterns, English, late 19th century, w/chained metal decanter labels for Gin & Whiskey, 12½"h. (100-200)
222. Mahogany tilt top table, fully carved piecrust edge, acanthus carving at knee, nicely carved claw & ball feet, 30"d x 28"h, minor surface discoloration to top. (300-500)
223. Pair 19th century bronze dorè candelabra with standing cherubs, 26". (800-1,000)
224. Ridgeway flow blue china set, Chiswick pattern, 66pcs, excellent condition. (1,000-2,000)
9 dinner plates, 9"; 9 salad plates, 7"; 9 bread plates, 5½"; 9 soup bowls, 7 ¾"; 9 cups & saucers; 9 fruit bowls, 5"; 9 dessert bowls, 6¼"; Large platter, 16"; Relish, 9½"; Bowl, 3"h x 6"d; Cream & sugar
225. Gustav Becker walnut eight-day wall clock w/extensive burling, full columns w/acanthus accents, carved & applied scrolls, leaves & grapes, porcelain face, 54"h x 18"w, recently serviced. (1,500-2,000)
226. Rookwood ribbed neck vase in unusual gunmetal type glaze w/aqua drip rim, 1933, no shape number, marked S, 6"h, minor rough spot at base rim, tiny stilt pull. (250-350)
227. Rookwood Arts & Crafts form vase in mottled blue matt w/buttressed shoulder, 1925, #2410, 8", mint. (250-350)
228. Rookwood rose matt vase in unusual trellis & vine design, 1919, #2486, 10", mint. (450-550)
229. Rookwood experimental glaze vase, flared top with mottled glaze & mauve body, 1931, 8", mint. (400-600)
230. Rookwood Wiedemann beer stein with pewter lid, logo with red W, black & white eagle, brown barrel, 1948, mint. (200-300)
231. Pair of Rookwood lamps in green high glaze w/brass ball accents, all original factory hardware, upper bouts marked 2827C, 11¾"h, mint. (400-600)
232. Rookwood panther clock in gunmetal glaze, 1950, #7039, face marked Rookwood, does not run, sells w/separate new works, 7½"h x 6½"w x 9"d. (300-500)
233. Pair Auburn figural puma bookends in spectacular mottled glaze, leather bases, 6"h, mint. (200-300)
234. Rookwood Blue Ship service for 6, 31 pieces including teapot and platters, mint, finest detail & color we have seen. (600-800)
six lunch plates, 8 3/8"; six saucers, 5½"; six cups, 3½"; six dessert bowls, 5¾"; teapot w/lid, 5½"; round bowl, 9¾" x 2 7/8"; oval bowl, 6 7/8" x 10¾" x 2¼"; oval bowl, 6¼" x 8¼" x 2"; platter, 13¾" x 9¼"; sugar bowl w/lid; creamer
235. Rookwood perfume jug, Limoges style decoration w/flying bats & rushes, gold highlights, 1883, marked R 60, 4½"h, repair to handle. (100-150)
236. Rookwood standard glaze low vase w/four thumb indentions, decorated w/leaves and buds by Fred Rothenbusch, 1900, #330, 3"h x 4"d, mint. (300-500)
237. Rookwood cameo glaze cup & saucer, decoration of purple blossoms & green leaves & stems by Harriet Wilcox, 1886, saucer incised #291G, artist initials incised on both pieces, several tiny chips to cup's rim, several minor glaze misses to saucer rim, 3"h x 5"d. (200-300)
238. James De Fleury, England, 19th century, Brittany coastal scene, oil on panel, 8" x 15", signed & titled on back. (500-700)

This listed London landscape painter exhibited at the Royal Academy and painted plein air scenes in Brittany, Switzerland, Venice and Italy.

239. Mary Virginia Keenan, Cincinnati, 1831-1908, Marblehead Harbor with lighthouse and boats, watercolor, 9" x 17", signed MK. (150-250)

Keenan was a Rookwood decorator from 1881 to 1883, and won an award for best design for fresco at the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition in 1880.

240. Ernest Gauffriaud, France, 20th century, Autumn trees over wide pond, oil on canvas, 24" x 30", signed, presentation plaque from Cincinnati Club 1950. (400-600)

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