Fall Select Auction: October 15 (2004)

Lot Numbers 241-275

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

241. Giovanni Piranesi, Italy, 1720-1778, Veduta, 18th century etching, 17" x 26". (500-700)

This Romanticist artist is famous for his scenes of temples, ruins, cities, as well as portraits and fantasy scenes. All three Piranesi etchings in this auction are early editions.

242. Giovanni Piranesi, Italy, 1720-1778, Teatro di Marcello, etching, 16" x 21". (500-700)
243. Giovanni Piranesi, Italy, 1720-1778, Fantasy scene with waterfalls, engraving, 19" x 28", reads Vedutad Della Cascata Di Tivoli, Eques Piranesius del Sculp, 1766. (500-700)
244. 19th century Kentucky corner cabinet, poplar, square nail construction, nine panes to top door, old white paint to interior, front previously in white paint, 80½"h x 45"w x 21"d, very good condition. (2,000-2,500)
245. Old Sleepy Eye butter crock, Native American portrait & landscape w/Indian encampment, bottom stamped H, 5"h x 6"d, superb condition. (400-500)
246. Old Sleepy Eye cylinder vase w/portrait to one side, cattails & dragonflies to reverse, bottom stamped O, 8½"h, superb condition. (400-500)
247. Roseville Laurel tapered jardinière in yellow & black, two handles, original foil label, 6½"h x 6½"d, mint. (250-350)
248. Roseville Futura four-sided vase on round foot, pale pink & mauve w/gray-green geometric V design, 7", minute flake to base interior. (300-400)
249. Roseville green snowberry ewer, rare form, 10½", mint. (200-300)
250. North Dakota School of Mines vase, incised R-31, 2½"h x 3½"w, mint. (150-250)
251. Marblehead vase, cylindrical form in deep blue, 4¼"h x 3¾"d, impressed mark & paper label, mint. (250-350)
252. Niloak classic form vase w/broad shoulder, impressed mark, 5½"h, mint. (150-250)
253. Niloak vase, broad mouth, unmarked, 5¾", mint. (150-250)
254. Niloak vase, broad shouldered form with impressed mark, 6¼", small nick to rim. (100-150)
255. Early Cincinnati vase on three ball feet w/Limoges design of birds & rushes, 7", minor gold loss, excellent condition. (100-200)
256. Dell faience vase, two-handled form with floral & gold decoration w/yellow dots, stamped W. D. & Co, 12", minor gold loss, excellent condition. (300-400)
257. Lot of two Pisgah Forest vases: Broad shouldered vase in aqua to plum high glaze, relief mark, 1941, 8¾"h, mint; Broad shouldered form w/olive, blue, cream & caramel crystalline glaze, 1940, 7", minor scratch. (250-350)
258. Weller jardinière, Arts & Crafts design in two panels of cream & rose blossoms on gray-green branches, pale gray background, impressed mark, 8"h x 9"d, some rust stains to bottom, mint. (150-250)
259. Fulper vase in caramel & blue crystalline drip glaze, three buttressed handles, racetrack mark, 7", mint. (150-250)
260. Weller Bonita vase, hand painted floral decoration on cream background, 9", marked Weller, mint. (100-200)
261. Oak mule chest, early 18th century, beveled panels to lid, front & sides, brass bat wing escutcheons & original bale handles, 35"h x 54"w x 21"d, nice original finish & patina, excellent condition. (1,500-2,500)
262. Early one drawer William & Mary style tavern table, with broadly overhanging top, pegged construction, turned legs, good old finish, 43"w x 26"d x 28"h. (800-1,000)
263. Miller slag glass table lamp, six panels of caramel to white overlaid w/metal columns & leaves, ribbed stem w/leaves to base, base marked MILLER PAT APPLD FOR, 21"h x 14¼"d, excellent condition. (400-600)
264. 19th century game table w/extensive burling, acanthus knees, claw & ball feet, green felt top, game chip cups to corners, good condition, 30"w x 39"h x 16"d (closed). (400-600)
265. c.1820 mixed wood eight-leg settee, through tenon construction, hand carved spindles, curled arms, great old finish, 33"h x 84"w x 15"d, very good condition. (2,500-3,500)
266. Early carved wood polychrome statue of Catholic dignitary, original paint w/some losses, some separation of wood due to age but structurally solid, no noticeable loss to wood, c.17th century, 44"h. (500-1,000)
267. Flamed grain oak curved glass china cabinet w/full columns topped by delicately carved acanthus leaves & applied scrolling, pierced crown w/lion face, partially mirrored back, rich original finish, excellent condition, 75"h x 51"w x 18"d. (1,500-2,000)
268. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Garfield Park in winter, 1914, etching, 9" x 12", pencil signed in 1916. (250-350)
269. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Hillside below Immaculata Church, etching, 8½" x 6½", signed in etching. (250-350)
(No Photo)
270. Lot of two E.T. Hurley etchings, unsigned: children on Mt Adams hillside, 7¾" x 4¼"; Niche at Immaculata Church, 6" x 3". (150-200)
271. John Franklin Earhart, Cincinnati, 1853-1938, The Licking River, 1934, oil on walnut board, 19½" x 14½", signed. (150-250)

This listed Cincinnati artist worked almost exclusively in landscapes. He exhibited his works at the Art Institute of Chicago and Pennsylvania Academy, and was a member of the Society of Independent Artists.

272. James W. McLaughlin, Cincinnati, 1834-1923, Fishermen and boats on beach, watercolor, 8" x 11½", signed JW McL Del. (300-400)

James McLaughlin has been called Cincinnati's premier Victorian architect, designing such buildings as the Art Museum and the old Shillito's downtown. He was also a painter and illustrator. Mary Louise McLaughlin was his sister.

273. Margaret Wenstrup, Cincinnati, 20th century, Immaculata Church, lithograph, 23½" x 18½", pencil signed & dated 1973. (250-350)
274. Elegant mahogany Empire-style curved glass china cabinet, original glass, 65"h x 47"w x 19"d, excellent condition. (1,000-1,500)
275. Burled double bonnet drop front secretary w/fitted interior, drop pulls, inlaid panel to door, shell carved Queen Ann legs, Grand Rapids Furniture Co, 72"h x 33"w x 18"d, excellent condition. (1,000-1,500)