Stuart Holman's
Fall Select Auction: October 15 (2004)

1. Edward Charles Volkert, Cincinnati & Old Lyme CT, Old Lyme scene of farmer plowing with team of two oxen, oil on board, 12" x 16", signed. (2,500-3,500)
2. Early peasant interior scene, oil on panel, 8½" x 11½", beaded gilt frame. (800-1,200)
3. Halder, German, Portrait of young oriental woman, oil on canvas, 10½" x 7½", signed. (3,000-4,000)
4. Southern American oceanside scene w/crowd of African Americans, oil on canvas, 16" x 20", signed ET McB, nice wide ogee oak frame. (300-500)
5. Charles Bilcheler, Lowlands river landscape, oil on canvas, 18" x 20", unclear signature under heavy varnish. (300-500)
6. Very early portrait of a young man, oil on canvas, 24" x 18½", Elizabethan school. (2,000-3,000)
7. Royal Doulton 19th century vase in flambé glaze, four raised & painted blossom & leaf medallions on cornflower & rose mottled background, impressed marks, 9½", mint. (100-200)
8. Royal Doulton landscape pitcher w/village, polychrome w/opaque caramel glaze, marked D2846, 9", mint. (100-200)
9. Two Sevres plates w/courting couples, marked Sevres 1846, Chateau de St Cloud, S46. (200-300)
10. Pair of silk striped Bergeres, nicely carved, excellent condition, sells w/bolt of matching fabric. (600-800)
11. French petite three drawer marble top stand, burled and inlaid front and sides w/brass gallery and mounted corners and feet, missing one ring pull, very good condition. (200-400)
12. French figural clock, lady w/torch atop bird w/spread wings, mounted marble base, good condition, 32"h. (400-600)
13. Mother of pearl cameo brooch set in sterling, surrounded by marcasite & sapphire blue stones, w/pendant loops. (100-150)
14. Antique amethyst necklace, 27 oval briolette cut stones set in sterling. (300-400)
15. Victorian amethyst ring, 20mm x 15mm, ornate 14K yellow gold setting. (300-400)
16. Domed flower motif ring, 12 surrounding diamonds & one center diamond, 0.75ct total, set in 14K yellow gold. (300-400)
17. Mystic topaz ring, 12mm round set in 14K yellow gold accented w/8 diamonds. (200-300)
18. Tanzanite ring, six oval tanzanites surrounded by 20 small diamonds, set in 14K yellow gold. (350-450)
19. Black onyx & diamond ring, 0.50ct, set in 14K yellow gold. (150-250)
20. Mexican sterling bracelet, carved center amethyst medallion surrounded by three amethyst decorated links on each side, artist signed. (200-300)
21. Victorian stone cameo brooch w/detachable gold chain. (200-300)
22. Pearl necklace, 4½ mm fresh water pearls, antique amethyst pendant, set in ornate 14K gold embellished w/seed pearls, 18". (300-400)
23. Art Deco necklace w/carnelian, marcasite & silver, c.1920. (100-200)
24. Russian brooch, hand painted girl w/hat & rose on mother of pearl, signed. (100-150)
25. Diamond ring, 0.15ct set in 18K gold filigree, c.1920. (100-150)
26. Two antique rings: opal & diamond, turquoise & seed pearls. (100-150)
27. Apple jade bracelet, five ovals set in leaf motif, 14K gold. (250-350)
28. c.1925 slag glass table lamp, eight panels in shades of blue, purple, caramel & green, classic form base w/wreaths & floral medallions, 23"h x 18"d, excellent condition, missing one chain ball. (350-550)
29. Hand painted portrait of gentleman w/black bow tie & coat, early 19th century, 3½" oval. (200-300)
30. Pair of hand painted portraits on ivory, gentleman & lady in formal attire, early 19th century, 3½" x 2¾". (400-500)
31. Queen Anne oak gate leg dining table, D-shaped drop leaves, pad feet, drawer to one end, mid 18th century, nice original finish & patina, excellent condition. (1,500-2,500)
32. Portrait of Cardinal Ximenez de Cisneros, Spain, 1436-1517, oil on canvas, 24" x 19". (2,000-3,000)
33. Very early portrait of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, 1593-1641, oil on canvas, 30" x 24" (2,000-3,000)
34. Riverside cottage w/distant town, oil on canvas, 12" x 18", initialed MHH. (200-400)
35. Impressionist Paris scene, oil on board, 19½" x 27½", unsigned. (150-250)
36. Henry Stephens Eddy, NJ, 1878-1944, Paddle wheeler on the Ohio River, oil on board, 16" x 20", signed. (750-1,000)
37. Benjamin D. Sigmund, England, d.1904, Girl in garden path, watercolor, 10" x 14", signed B.D. Sigmund. (400-600)
38. French c.1870 oval beveled mirror, elegant open work w/scrolling, floral blossoms & beadwork, exceptional condition, several insignificant breaks. (1,000-1,500)
39. Elegant 17th century Spanish colonial tooled leather clad walnut trunk w/domed lid, intricately decorated, wrought iron strap on lid adjoins trunk latch w/large reticulated wrought iron escutcheon. (2,000-3,000)
40. Early 20th century Chinese porridge pot w/heron lid, 7"h. (200-300)
41. English Snuff Box, round w/decoration of lady in formal attire & feather fan, early 19th century, 3½"d. (150-250)
42. English Snuff Box, rectangular tin w/tinted etched figure, early 19th century, 5¼"w. (200-300)
43. English Snuff Box, round w/decoration of courting couple, early 19th century, 3½"d. (150-250)
44. 19th century French cast iron stove fully covered w/majolica panels, door marked Sarreguemine Paris, 42"h. (1,500-2,000)
45. Majolica chrysanthemum pitcher w/red & violet blossoms, pale green leaves & stems, caramel background, late 19th century, impressed 812, FRIE OAINC w/crown over shield, 8", very excellent condition (VEC). (100-200)
46. Majolica pitcher w/dancing pigs & pig playing a red accordion, on olive background w/brown tree trunk handle w/dark green leaves at rim & grass at base, impressed CN2 DEPOSE, 9", two tiny flakes, VEC. (300-400)
47. Majolica six-sided pitcher, prune blossom design, registry mark, c.1889, 8¼", hairline. (150-250)
48. Majolica milk pitcher w/cobalt chrysanthemum & pink pansies on wood grain background, 7½"h. (100-200)
49. Majolica pitcher in basket weave & anchor/chain design w/blossom, 7", 3" line to interior. (150-250)
50. Majolica oversized pitcher, wheat design on bamboo background, rope twist handle, lilac interior, 10", VEC. (450-650)
51. Majolica figural fish pitcher, "Gurgler," mottled gray & pink, 10", 1" firing line to interior, tiny flake to mouth. (150-250)
52. Majolica pitcher w/dogwood blossoms & basket weave in rose, caramel & green, incised England, 6½", VEC. (100-200)
53. Miller lamp, bronze reticulated base w/leaves & stems, base stem wrapped w/lily pads & leaves, base marked EM & Co 843, leaded glass shade w/leaf & stem edge, brilliant amber & green segments, base 22", shade 16"d, superb condition. (2,000-2,500)
54. Albert Mohr, Europe, 20th century, Two girls picking flowers in pastel tones, oil on canvas, 20" x 24", signed. (800-1,000)
55. Apatfalvi Janos Czene, Europe, 20th century, Trompe L'oeil with books & manuscripts, oil on canvas, 24" x 36", signed Apatfalvi Czene. (500-1,000)
56. John Rettig, Cincinnati, 1860-1932, The Blue Room East Hampton, 1920, watercolor, 24" x 20", signed, dated '20, old penciled title taped to back. (1,000-1,500)
57. Portrait of an admiral holding spyglass, 19th century, oil on canvas, 20" x 17". (800-1,200)
58. Charles Stewart Todd, Cincinnati, 1885-1950, Still life w/ewer & plate, oil on canvas, 28" x 32", signed CST. (1,000-1,250)
59. Charles Stewart Todd, Cincinnati, 1885-1950, Still life with fruit and bread, pastel, 18" x 22", signed CST. (400-600)
60. Table model music box, made by Regina with tag reading "The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Musical Instruments, Cinti, OH, USA" single comb, fine mahogany case, litho to lid interior, sells w/42 15½" discs, works with hand crank, needs drive spring replaced, very good condition. (2,000-3,000)
61. Pair of c.1800 Chippendale English oak side chairs, molded serpentine back. (800-1,200)
62. Walnut Renaissance Revival marble top table, extremely ornate, carved panels of stylized feathers, all four skirts carved w/shells & scrolls, 14 finials to base, urn to stretcher, original fluted ogee cut marble top, excellent condition. (1,000-1,500)
63. Russian lacquered box, coach scene w/hound, rectangular w/hinged lid, good condition. (100-200)
64. Russian lacquered lidded box w/finely painted cranes & flora, c.1900, good condition. (200-300)
65. Russian lacquered box, hand painted snow scene w/sleigh, rectangular w/hinged lid, marked Moscow, some checkering, one small lacquer separation ¾". (200-300)
66. Hand painted silk, Louis XV era scene, French woman at piano w/dancers, excellent condition, 4"h x 6"w. (75-150)
67. Hand painted porcelain plaque of gentleman in formal attire, 4¼" x 3", crayon & ink marks to back, tiny scratch to forehead, excellent condition. (200-300)
68. Early 19th century caned seat mahogany high chair, nicely turned legs to chair & stand, original caning & finish, several repaired breaks. (500-700)
69. Two hand painted ivory miniature courting scenes, 3½" x 2½", both in tortoise shell and brass frames w/ivory exteriors, frames measure 5½" x 4¾". (500-700)
70. Pair of hand painted Austrian porcelain plaques, in the French taste, each depicting a woman in the garden w/cherubs, gilt pierce-carved frames, signed L. Jackl, ink marked on backs Der Geruch & Austria, incised 324, 8½"h x 5½"w, excellent condition. (1,000-2,000)
71. Pair of oak mantle mirrors w/full columns w/carved Ionic capitals, spool gallery, beveled glass, excellent condition. (350-550)
72. E. Howard Pocket Watch: 18K case, Size 18-N, Series IV, Engraved: "To Our Father, Fiftieth Birthday, Jan. 9, 1874"; Sells with framed oval wedding photos of the owner & his wife, Harry Thomas Atkins (1849-1919) & Anna Pearce (1850-1941). Wedding: June 2, 1875. Anna was the daughter of Henry Pearce, one of the co-founders of Atkins & Pearce Manufacturing, still in existence today in Covington. (800-1,000)
73. Platinum ring with emerald, approx 60cts, two diamonds each side, European & mine cut. (800-1,200)
74. Platinum diamond ring. Center stone is ½ ct, I color, Vs clarity, European cut (open culet). (2,000-2,500)
75. Gruen "Veri Thin" Art Deco man's wristwatch, 14K gold, runs. (150-250)
76. Waltham lady's pocket watch, 14K gold, floral bouquet to face, ornate etched case, original chain w/pearl & amethyst slide. (300-500)
77. No Lot
78. Charles Salis Kaelin, Cincinnati, 1858-1929, Gnarled tree in fall landscape, oil on canvas, 24" x 20", signed. (6,000-8,000)
79. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Deep woods in early autumn, 1905, watercolor, 13½" x 10½", signed, dated 9-6-05. (800-1,000)
80. Emma Mendenhall, Cincinnati, 1873-1963, Portrait of old man with long beard, charcoal, 21½" x 16½", unsigned. (200-300)
81. Arab sword seller, watercolor, 16" x 10", illegible signature. (150-250)
82. Joseph Margulies, NY, 1896-1984, Rockport harbor with green sailboats, oil on board, 16" x 20", signed. (1,000-1,500)
83. Salome holding the head of John the Baptist, oil on canvas, 30" x 24", great carved frame. (2,000-3,000)
84. Majolica bird's nest basket, 8"h x 9"l, very excellent condition (VEC). (300-500)
85. Majolica asparagus platter, impressed windmill-mark & ORCHIES, white asparagus w/violet tips on teal background w/cocoa border, 18", VEC. (350-450)
86. Majolica vase w/three Bacchus faces in relief, leaves & berries, 9¾"h, VEC. (250-350)
87. Majolica strawberry & bow pattern platter w/basket weave background, 14", VEC. (300-400)
88. Majolica asparagus plate, white stalks w/vivid purple tips backed by overlapping curled leaves in olive, two grotesque faces to leaves at top, 13", VEC. (300-400)
89. Majolica branch handled serving dish in overlapping leaf pattern, 12" x 10", VEC. (400-600)
90. Majolica ladies slipper w/blossoms, marked 1807, 10"l x 5½"h, VEC. (250-350)
91. Majolica tazza in morning glory design, Etruscan impressed mark, 8"d x 4"h, VEC. (350-450)
92. Majolica begonia leaf pickle dish in yellow, green & brown, 10" x 8", VEC. (150-250)
93. Mid 19th century Italian ebonized jewelry casket with 89 hand painted enameled panels set in with rosettes & braided wire, Roman figural finials, four full caryatid columns, cherubs riding swans to corners & top, applied metal faces & florals, multiple doors & drawers with interior & exterior decorations, 16"h x 14"w x 11"d. Missing lower board to base right side, two panels, one cherub from swan, minor losses to wood & metal, the rest is in excellent condition. (5,000-7,500)
94. French bronze ornate clock w/broad open scrolling, woman's face to crown, fruit basket finial, four beveled glass sides, porcelain face, lady's face to pendulum, wafer mark w/Japy Freres & CIE, also marked A1130 58, 19"h, recently serviced, excellent condition. (800-1000)
95. Ansonia crystal regulator clock w/rosewood base & top w/large urn finial, porcelain face, ormolu mounted corners, mercury pendulum, beveled glass to four sides, 17"h. (400-600)
96. Sheffield silver plate seven-piece tea service, decorated in grapes, leaves & stems, grape-cluster finials, scrolled feet, excellent condition. (500-700)
97. Figural French clock with hand painted Sevres face and front panel, 20" x 20". (1,500-2.00)
98. Late 19th century nine-piece French parlor set, Louis XV style, ornate gold leaf & hand painted, all newly upholstered. Two matching sofas, two large arm chairs, marble top table & four side chairs. An extremely impressive set in very fine condition. (4,000-6,000)
99. Gorham sterling in Medici pattern, service for 12, 60 pieces, no monograms. (600-800)
100. Pair of three-light English silver plate candle stands in ornate grape vine pattern, 10"h x 11"w, excellent condition. (100-200)
101. Pair of English silver plate tureens, c.1800, blossom/leaf decorations, artichoke finials, loss of one applied edging. (100-200)
102. Ornate Reed & Barton silver plate five-light candle stand, 14"h, (100-200)
103. Thomas Bartholomew Griffin, NY, 1858-1918, Rushing mountain river, oil on canvas, 30" x 25", signed T.B. Griffin, unusually large work for Griffin, outstanding frame. (1,500-2,000)
104. Edmund Hudson Smart, CA & England, 1873-1942, Across the Meadow – Arundal Farm NH, 1931, oil on canvas, 21" x 26", signed & dated front, title on reverse. (500-700)
105. Charles Salis Kaelin, Cincinnati, 1858-1929, Rockport Harbor w/beach house, pastel, 12½" x 15¾", signed. (1,000-1,500)
106. Charles Salis Kaelin, Cincinnati, 1858-1929, Rockport Quay, pastel, 6½" x 9", signed. (1,000-1,500)
107. Portrait of Reverend George Whitefield, 19th century, oil on canvas, 23" x 19½", name in script on back. (1,500-2,500)
108. Louis Charles Vogt, Cincinnati, 1864-1939, Long Island shoreline, watercolor, 9" x 14", signed. (1,250-1,750)
109. Bronzed metal statue of winged & draped woman holding slate & stylus, circular base, signed Par Louis Moreau, tag reads Mutualite, made as lamp base, original patina, 27"h. (300-400)
110. Elegant walnut Victorian sideboard w/delicately carved drawer fronts & accents, upper bout w/beveled mirror & side shelves supports scrolled crown, turned columns w/acanthus capitals, excellent original finish. (2,000-3,000)
111. Pairpoint Victorian water set, tilter pot & two goblets, highly ornate in aesthetic design of birds, spiders, rushes & blossoms. Tilter pot inscribed "Compliments of The Cleveland Light Artillery, Capt. Geo. T. McConnell, 1st Lieut J.A. Blais, 2nd Lieut W.E. Eddy." All marked Pairpoint. (1,500-1,800)
112. Alabaster statue of reclining nude on the rocks, hollow cave for lamp, signed Pozzi, 11½"h x 7½"w x 11"d, excellent condition. (300-500)
113. Mexican sterling five piece tea service plus sterling tray, classic ribbed forms on reticulated bases, all pieces marked Sanborns Mexico Sterling, excellent condition. (1,500-2,000)
114. Wedgwood lamp, rare tri-color Jasperware, four medallions w/classic Greek scenes, floral & leaf designs, c.1900, 14", mint. (1,000-1,500)
115. Walnut Victorian three-drawer dresser w/extensive burled fronts, white marble top & two glove boxes, applied carvings, original carved pinwheel knobs, spooled castors & trim, ornate wishbone mirror & pierce carved crown, excellent condition. (800-1,200)
116. Limoges 13 piece game set, hand painted w/hounds & birds, all signed Nuville: platter 19", 12 plates 9½", one as is. (2,000-2,500)
117. Early 19th century hand made candle stand, threaded stem w/rotating two-light fixture, turned lower stem & snake foot base, four-point star shelf, excellent condition. (600-800)
118. Mid-19th century turned stem walnut candle stand, cut corner top, rich original finish, small separation to top, excellent condition. (250-350)
119. Early 19th century flamed mahogany shaving mirror, eight drawers, two secret compartments, four miniature full columns to front, ink mark back of mirror March 21 1799, minor splits to wood at base of uprights. (800-1,000)
120. Tricorne modern design china by Salem, 40+ pieces: two dinner plates, eleven lunch plates, two nut bowls, cream & lidded sugar, demitasse & saucer, eleven cups & saucers, excellent condition. (150-250)
121. Herschede wall clock, Westminster Canterbury chime, mahogany case with carved acanthus corners and fancy scroll work at crown, 35"h, excellent condition. (500-700)
122. Charles Henry Ebert, CT, 1873-1959, French cathedral town, oil on board, 16" x 20", signed. An early Ebert work. (6,000-8,000)
123. Clive Richard Browne, England, b.1904, Willow Grove, oil on canvas, 16" x 20", signed. Original gilded frame has artist's label and Edinburgh exhibition label on back. (600-800)
124. Grace Young, Cincinnati, 1869-1947, Indian squaw, watercolor, 5½" x 3½", unsigned, old tag on back reads Grace Young, hand decorated matting in Native American design 20" x 7". (2,500-3,000)
125. Early portrait of Dutch scholar, oil on canvas, 13½" x 11", school of Rembrandt, great original frame. (800-1,200)
126. Early portrait of mother and child, oil on canvas, 34" x 28". (2,000-3,000)
127. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Figures in Kentucky facing Mt Adams, oil-pastel, 8½" x 10½", signed. (1,500-2,000)
128. Heavily carved console table w/pierce carvings, shells medallions, leaves, four massive paw feet, 20th century, excellent condition, (500-1,000)
129. Gorham sterling place setting for eight, Buttercup pattern, excellent condition, no monograms: dinner forks, dinner knives, teaspoons, salad forks. (300-400)
130. Whiting sterling flatware, Louis XV 1891 pattern, 59 pieces, sells w/12 knives & 11 forks w/mother of pearl & sterling handles. (1,000-1,500)
131. Pewter tankard, fan shaped thumb piece, molded turned base, late 18th century, 5½"h. (150-250)
132. Pewter wide chalice, late 18th century, 6"h. (150-250)
133. Pewter English teapot, molded handle, c.1850, marked Jas Dixon & Sons, 13"h. (150-250)
134. Pewter teapot, looped wooden handle, unmarked, c.1830, 7½"h. (150-250)
135. English tin tankard, c.1830, 6½"h. (50-100)
136. Two American pewter soup plates, early 19th century, one marked EH in script, stamped Paron, 8½"d, one w/illegible mark, 8¾"d. (50-100)
137. Pewter European pudding mold, ribbed body, early 19th century, 6"h. (50-100)
138. English pewter tobacco box w/tamper & molded figures, c.1800, 4"h x 5½"w. (200-300)
139. Pewter wide rim charger, marked Ellis, 19th century, 13"d. (150-250)
140. Two pewter chargers, 19th century, one marked I.B., one unmarked, both 12"d. (150-250)
141. Two pewter bowls, c.1800, one marked Reutinger, 13"d, one unmarked, 8"d. (150-250)
142. Pewter wide rim charger, unclear mark, 19th century, 15"d. (150-250)
143. Two American pewter soup plates, early 19th century, one unmarked, 9¼"d, one marked ID, 9"d. (50-100)
144. Two English pewter measures, c.1825-40, both mrkd Gill, one marked London, 3". (50-100)
145. Pair of pewter salts, c.1800, 2"h x 2"w, w/a pair of English saucers, marked X London, c.1800, 4"d, w/a pair of silver salt spoons, marked POTOSI SILVER L&S. (50-100)
146. Lot of four English pewter measures, c.1825-40, one marked Gill, 3", marked H. Wanley, 2½", marked Mason, 2", marked 5, 1¾". (100-150)
147. Thomas Corwin Lindsay, Cincinnati, 1845-1907, Fall landscape with two cows at stream, oil on canvas, 10½" x 21½", signed. (3,500-4,500)
148. Frank Warren Marshall, RI, 1866-1930, Provincetown Dunes, oil on canvas, 16" x 22", signed. (600-800)
149. Thomas Corwin Lindsay, Cincinnati, 1845-1907, Rocky landscape with roaring river, 1883, oil on canvas, 26" x 32", signed, dated. (2,500-3,000)
150. Julia Maltby, Primitive landscape with sheep and children, oil on canvas, 18" x 22", signed. (500-700)
151. 19th century American primitive landscape w/cows & shepherds, oil on canvas, 21" x 27". (300-500)
152. Edwin G. Cram, Providence RI, 20th century, Snowscape w/distant buildings, oil on board, 17" x 21", signed. (1,500-2,500)
153. Intricately carved ivory presentation tankard, deep to full relief Bacchanal scene w/draped & nude women, men & children w/staves, garlands, vessels, chariots, lions, tree w/full relief branches, satyr & scrolls to handle, old man's face to thumb lift, putti finial w/grapes & bowl, scrolled base w/four faces, old wax seal to base marked FRANKFURT w/crowned eagle, 10½"h, split to base, lid is detached from handle, a few losses, very good condition. (1,000-1,500)
154. Gorham sterling five piece tea set, lion/anchor/G marks, sells w/24" silver plate tray. (400-600)
155. Johnson Bros Florida Royal flow blue china, 71pcs, intricate design w/gold highlights. Exceptionally fine condition w/only minor crazing, very few knife marks, gravy underplate broken & re-glued. (2,000-3,000)
156. Eight-leg dining table by Robert W Irwin Co, elegant underpinning, sells w/two skirted & two non-skirted 11"w leaves & custom-made pads, original finish, superb condition. (800-1,200)
157. Ornate sideboard by the Robert W Irwin Co, Grand Rapids, half oval decorated in the Adam style w/large shell, floral medallions and leaves, Roman face medallion to center drawer flanked by two pivoted swing silver drawers, detailed carvings include horned rams, hairy hoof feet & beaded edging, excellent original finish, face-medallion stamp to inner drawer reads Royal Furniture Robert W Irwin Co. (1,500-2,000)
158. Massive walnut hanging mirror w/applied carvings, excellent condition. (300-500)
159. Serpentine Robert W Irwin Co server, matches above, carved rams heads, painted decoration of urns, floral medallions & leaves, two interior shelves, original finish, superb condition. (500-700)
160. Set of four Robert W Irwin Co oval back dining chairs w/carved backs in feather & ribbon design, hand painted scrolling & highlights, excellent condition. (500-700)
161. Pair of Robert W Irwin Co cane-back arm chairs w/hand painted feather decoration, crown & leaf design to crest, one w/cane seat, one needs caning, matches above. (300-400)
162. Early 19th century walnut two-drawer stand, single board top w/matched burled drawer fronts w/inlaid escutcheons, on a turned pedestal base, nicely curled & detailed legs, excellent condition. (400-600)
163. Heavy sterling footed center bowl, stylized decorated edge, bottom reads Authentic reproduction of Paul Revere bowl, 3½"h x 9½"d. (150-250)
164. English sterling two-handled bowl, marked Crichton Brothers, 3¾"h x 9½"d. (100-150)
165. Gorham sterling bowl, repoussé rim w/scrolls & blossoms, marked A2328, lion/anchor/G marks, 2"h x 10¼"d. (100-150)
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. (250-350)
174. German silver sugar box, footed, hinged lid & key, hallmarked, some wear to keyhole. (200-300)
175. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Peasant boy & plow team, 1895, ink & pencil, 11" x 8½", signed, dated 95. (500-700)
176. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Two boys in rowboats, ink, 1895, 10½" x 13½", signed, dated 6-30-95. (400-600)
177. E.T. 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. E.T. Hurley, Cinti, 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 (250-350)
181. Towle sterling flatware, Candlelight pattern, 136 pieces. (800-1,000)
182. Sterling flatware service for 12, 87pcs in Fairfax pattern by Durgin division of Gorham, marked with script D, STERLING PAT'D M, Harrington & Co. (500-700)
183. Brass candlestick, English, mid 18th century, bobeche cup, petal base, 7¾"h, repair to baluster. (100-150)
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. French candlestick, c.1730, made of bell metal, circular extraction hole, tapered baluster, round ruffled base, 9"h. (150-250)
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 candlestick, 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, 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. 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. (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, mirrored marble top five-drawer dresser, 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, excellent condition. (2,000-3,000)
198. Welsh oak step-back pewter cupboard, carved decorations, three paneled doors to base, late 19th century, excellent condition (3,000-4,000)
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 x 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. (500-1,000)
208. Sterling three piece tea service, International, Prelude pattern, 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". (700-900)
210. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Mt Adams Incline, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed, great detail, early Closson's label. (300-400)
211. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Hilltop park overlooking Ohio River, 1926, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed. (300-400)
212. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, The Basket Weaver, etching, 5" x 3", pencil signed. (250-350)
213. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Newport marina with paddlewheels facing Cincinnati, etching, 8½" x 12", pencil signed. (250-350)
214. Two etchings by E.T. 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, 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. (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 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, 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, 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)
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, 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 six, 31 pieces including teapot & platters, mint, finest detail & color we have seen. (600-800)
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)
239. Mary Virginia Keenan, Cincinnati, 1831-1908, Marblehead Harbor with lighthouse and boats, watercolor, 9" x 17", signed MK. (150-250)
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)
241. Giovanni Piranesi, Italy, 1720-1778, Veduta, 18th century etching, 17" x 26". (500-700)
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, 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 3 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, 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. (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, 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 (400-600)
265. c.1820 mixed wood eight-leg settee, through tenon construction, hand carved spindles, curled arms, great old finish, very good condition. (2,500-3,500)
266. c.17th century 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, 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. (1,500-2,000)
268. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Garfield Park in winter, 1914, etching, 9" x 12", pencil signed in 1916. (250-350)
269. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Hillside below Immaculata Church, etching, 8½" x 6½", signed in etching. (250-350)
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, Licking River, 1934, oil on walnut board, 19½" x 14½", signed. (150-250)
272. James W. McLaughlin, Cincinnati, 1834-1923, Fishermen & boats on beach, watercolor, 8" x 11½", signed JW McL Del. (300-400)
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 Anne legs, Grand Rapids Furniture Co, 72"h x 33"w x 18"d, excellent condition. (1,000-1,500)
276. Limoges enameled curio vase w/lady in red & full landscape, fish scale work, c.1880, signed Hern, 5½", excellent condition. (800-1,000)
277. Limoges enameled trumpet vase, one panel has landscape, one panel w/portrait of lady, applied metal trimming over red & green fields, fish scale work, vase mounted on reticulated silver base, c.1880, signed M Pozi, 6¼", loss to enamel on lady's feet & bottom of dress. (800-1,000)
278. Limoges enameled plaque of courting scene, seated couple w/mansion in background, fish scale work, c.1880, 3¾" x 4½", gilt metal frame. (1,000-1,200)
279. Pair of Limoges enameled vases w/embossed putti on branches w/forget-me-nots & cherry blossoms, c.1850, one signed HD, 5", slight roughness to rims. (2,000-3,000)
280. Austrian enamel on silver, two-handled campana urn with banded decorations of picnic scenes including musicians, lower band w/griffons & scrolls, ornate metal handles w/enameled highlights, 3"h x 5"w, slight roughness to stem, very good condition. (1,200-1,500)
281. Austrian enamel on silver, ewer with four panels of classically draped figures, intricately decorated w/putti, scrolls, many raised highlights, signed & stamped RL, 6½", minute flake at rim, very good condition. (1,500-2,000)
282. Austrian enamel on silver, perfume bottle, frolicking couples in country landscape, landscape on bottom, 2¾"h, excellent condition. (400-500)
283. Austrian enamel on silver, miniature coach w/great details, fully decorated w/classical figures & putti, landscapes, floral wreaths, red enamel "upholstered" seats, 1¾"h x 3"l x 1½"w, heat line to interior panel. (800-1,200)
284. Austrian enamel on silver, ewer with banded decorations of four picnic scenes, lower band w/griffons & scrolls, ornate handle w/enameled highlights, c.1850, 4½", excellent condition. (1,200-1,500)
285. Victorian watch holder w/beveled mirror & blown fluted glass cufflink basket, 7"h, basket 4½"w, mirror has minor silver loss. (150-250)
286. Japanese travel box, 1st quarter 19th century, wrought iron hardware & decoration of leaves & bonsai tree, 17"h x 15"w x 19"d, some minor metal losses & a few missing braces, very good condition. (600-800)
287. Floral still life, oil on chamfered panel, 24" x 12", superb ornate frame. (150-250)
288. Old rural couple seated at table, oil on board, 8¾" x 15¾", unsigned. (200-300)
289. La Von Whitmire, IN, 20th century, Woman sketching in front of cottage, watercolor, 14" x 18", signed. (100-200)
290. Thomas King Hanna, Chester CT, 1872-1951, Placid Ocean, oil on board, 12" x 16", signed, old expo labels from Old Lyme, Salmagundi & others. (400-600)
291. Redmond Stephens Wright, CA, 1903-1991, Harbor With Many Sailboats, etching, 7½" x 11¾", pencil signed & numbered 5/50. (200-400)
292. M. Degraff, USA, 20th century, Lakeside cabin, hand painted on frosted glass, 6" x 8", signed. (100-150)
293. Figural lamp, comical scene of peeper & woman washing her leg, etched bowl on painted slate base, 14"h. (100-200)
294. Victorian banquet lamp, three globes hand painted w/courting couples, birds, swirled blossoms & vines, 32½"h, excellent condition. (600-800)
295. Bradley & Hubbard ornate Victorian converted lamp, cloisonné stem, cranberry swirl shade, 27"h. (250-350)
296. Victorian oil lamp w/pewter column base & marbleized stem, enameled cranberry bowl, fluted cranberry shade in basket weave pattern, 20"h. (250-350)
297. Bradley & Hubbard ornate Victorian pewter & brass converted oil lamp, quilted amberina shade, classic form w/open banding to top & bottom, paw feet, 25"h, excellent condition. (400-600)
298. Victorian oil lamp w/amber base, blue bowl, white swirled opalescent shade, burner marked IMPD CLIMAX Pat Jan 21 1890, 21"h, excellent condition. (300-500)
299. Early two-piece pine cupboard, elegant crown, two drawers over two doors, interior in old white paint. (800-1,200)
300. 19th century cast iron ashbin with ornate enameled lid, geometric edging, scrolls & overlapping leaves (400-600)
301. Bronze & crystal chandelier, French c.1920, eight lights, teardrops & floral crystals, 42"h x 20"d. (2,000-3,000)
302. Pair of Russian brass candlesticks, early 19th century, turned drip plates, 11½"h. (150-250)
303. Brass trivet, c.1830, scalloped apron & cabriole legs, 10½"h x 16"w. (250-350)
304. Copper & brass fireplace teapot, c.1880, riveted bale handle, hinged spigot cover, 15"h, excellent condition. (50-100)
305. French carriage clock w/columned corners, floral enameled porcelain face, four beveled glass sides & top panel, inscription to top reads "H. Langley With the Esteem and Good Wishes For Good Fortune and Posterity From Three Score Friends at His Majesty's Theater, July 8 1903," 7"h, excellent condition. (350-550)
306. Miniature carriage clock, tin sides, ornate brass face & frame, Pat 1880 &1881, 4"h, excellent condition. (150-250)
307. Pair of Delft oriental style plates, tin glazed, peacock pattern, marked AK, late 18th century, 9". (400-600)
308. Delft plate, tin glazed w/pomegranates, unmarked, late 18th century, 8¼". (100-200)
309. Staffordshire plate, center medallion depicting landing at Plymouth Rock, medallions w/American Independence July 4 1776, & Washington Born 1736 Died 1799, late 19th century, 6½"d, chip & 1"line to reverse. (100-200)
310. English flow blue teapot, classic octagonal tapered form, 8", superb condition. (100-200)
311. Davenport oval reticulated fruit bowl, English creamware, floral decorations & gilt accents, 9"w, early 19C. (200-300)
312. Staffordshire cup in Historic Blue, detailed scene of boy w/dog, 2½"h, excellent condition. (100-200)
313. 19th century French figural clock w/standing couple, ornate base w/wreaths & scrolls, 28"h x 18"w. (600-800)
314. Bronze Art Deco style statue, Girl With Dove by Pierre Belaguays, 22"h, marble base, 20th century recast. (300-400)
315. Heavy wrought iron marble top half-round console table, dolphin foot, twisted trim w/blossom medallion & twisted leaf, polychromed in green, burgundy & gold, c.1920s, excellent condition. (200-300)
316. Louis Spiegel, Cincinnati, 1901-1975, Clown in top hat, oil on canvas, 24" x 20", signed. (300-500)
317. Leo Murphy, Cincinnati, b.1906, Snowscape with narrow trees, 14" x 12", signed. (200-300)
318. Farm landscape with trees and road, oil on board, 13½" x 16½", double signed Earhart. (400-600)
319. Lot of Two: Antiphonal manuscript page, c.15th century, two-sided frame; Illumination on vellum, c.15th century, two-sided frame, written later in pencil 1440 France Limoges Missal. (200-300)
320. Portrait of French noble with coat of arms, color engraving, 12" x 4". (150-250)
321. Kutani vase w/landscape, figures & geometric Imari motifs, late 19th century, 9½"h x 10½"d. (150-250)
322. Staffordshire oriental style footed bowl, dragons & Greek key decoration, late 19th century, 3" hairline, 16½"d. (250-350)
323. Chinese charger w/mythological stag to center & brocade border, 3rd quarter 19th century, 15"d, mint. (200-300)
324. No Lot
325. Roseville Bushberry jardinière & pedestal in brown: jard 14"d x 10"h, 1" heat line to interior, pedestal 20½"h, total 30½"h, mint. (1,200-1,500)
326. Roseville Bushberry floor vase in brown, 18"h, mint. (450-650)
327. Roseville Bushberry jardinière in brown, 9"d x 6½"h. (200-300)
328. Roseville Bushberry jardinière & pedestal: jard 11"d x 8"h, pedestal 16½"h, Total: 24½"h. (800-1,000)
329. Majolica dogwood plate in thistle & blossom design w/basket weave & cobalt background, 9", VEC. (250-350)
330. Majolica oval serving platter, fern design, fluted edge, 14" x 10", VEC. (400-600)
331. Majolica cobalt & tan teapot w/panel decoration of leaves & vines, branch handles, 6"h, VEC. (250-350)
332. Majolica snail shell pitcher, 4½"h, flake to handle. (100-150)
333. Majolica cake set in swan pattern, stand 10"d, five plates 7", very probably Wedgwood, VEC. (250-350)
334. Majolica Longchamps asparagus plate, white asparagus w/violet tips on green leaf & teal background, 10", VEC. (100-200)
335. Majolica grape leaf bowl in green, yellow & brown w/fluted edge, 10", VEC. (100-150)
336. Majolica match holder, tapered form, 4½"d x 3½"h, VEC. (75-125)
337. Majolica plate in shell & seaweed pattern, marked Etruscan Majolica, 7", VEC. (100-150)
338. Majolica pitcher in shell & seaweed pattern, vibrant violet interior, marked Etruscan Majolica, 3¾"h, VEC. (150-250)
339. Majolica syrup in green leaf pattern, 4"h, VEC. (150-250)
340. Pair of Villeroy & Boch majolica plates in Sumac pattern w/woven edge, marked V&BS, R, 231, 8", VEC. (100-200)
341. Majolica 3-section asparagus plate, white asparagus w/violet tips on wine, pink & green background, 10", VEC. (100-200)
342. Sunflower syrup, cobalt background, marked Etruscan Majolica, E23, c.1880, 8½", VEC. (400-600)
343. Heriz oriental rug, 8½' x 12½', excellent condition. (1,500-2,500)
344. John Howard, two aqua tone WPA style western scenes, 7" x 5", ogee burled frames. (100-200)
345. Bob Carvuth, Modern art in geometric forms, acrylic on board, 12" x 9", signed on back. (100-200)
346. Cavalier and woman in kitchen, 19th century, oil on panel, 5¾" x 4", unsigned. (50-100)
347. Dutch scene w/cattle, watercolor, 22" x 30", illegible signature. (200-300)
348. Majolica Etruria Wedgwood leaf bowl in green high glaze, 11"d, VEC. (100-150)
349. Majolica leaf plate in green high glaze, 9"d, VEC. (75-125)
350. Majolica elk design wire wrapped trivet, 5½"d, VEC. (50-75)
351. Pair of majolica orange form cups & saucers, impressed SARREGUEMINE, 530. (100-150)
352. Majolica wire wrapped stylized lion basket, impressed V&BS, 495, pottery is 7" oval, basket 10½" oval, VEC. (50-75)
353. Three majolica butter pats, 3" (50-100)
354. Majolica owl pitcher, impressed Shorter England, 9", major loss to rim. (50-100)
355. Pair of ornately carved king's chairs with acanthus leaves & pierced crown, each on four hairy paw feet, minor staining to fabric. (800-1,200)
356. Spode china service for 14, Kent Grey, gold rimmed w/leaves, nuts & berries, marked Y5449, excellent condition. (350-450)
357. Two-panel screen, painted by Jeff Sutherland, canvas side is faux cut stone wall, wood side is mottled mauve & gray, several minor cracks to canvas. (300-500)
358. Pierce carved garden bench in white paint w/massive scrolls of leaves & vines, center tile to back w/relief figures depicting Hellenic departure scene in the style of Wedgwood, minor loss to foot of bench. (800-1,200)
359. Heriz oriental rug, 9½' x 12½'. (1,000-1,500)
360. Two c.1785 English classical form brass candlesticks, turned drip plates, molded square pyramidal bases, 6"h. (150-250)
361. Two 18th century French octagonal brass candlesticks, one w/ruffled edge, 8¼"h, one plain base, 7¼"h. (300-400)
362. Two early 19th century miniature English or French brass candlesticks, 3½". (50-100)
363. Lot of two brass candlesticks: Hollow cast, probably 18th century English, squared baluster to round swelling with four notches, also four notches to round base; sells w/chamber stick, turned decoration, push-up knob, age unknown, 4½". (100-150)
364. Brass candlestick, French, c.1700, square knop with square octagonal molded base, 6¼". (150-250)
365. Brass candlestick, English or European late 18th century, columnar stick, 6½h. (50-100)
366. Brass candlestick, French, early 18th century, with quadrafoil base, dish-shaped center base, 6½". (150-250)
367. Brass candlestick, English, c.1760, gadrooned base, turned drip plate, molded base, 7½". (150-250)
368. Pair of early stenciled Hitchcock rush seat chairs, 1"sq of missing rush, expected paint loss due to age. (200-300)
369. French bombé music cabinet w/hand painted courting scene, musical motifs, birds, landscapes to sides, extensive brass mountings, brass gallery, one water stain to top. (350-450)
370. c.1820 Country French commode, sculpted gallery & cut-outs to sides, one drawer, minor cracks, stains to top. (300-500)
371. Hendryx 19th century brass birdcage, two milk glass feeders, original screen guard & hoop stand, excellent condition. (300-500)
372. Oversized 19th century European tapestry, revelry scene w/musicians, horses, cavaliers, women, wine & dogs, excellent condition, 8'w x 10'h. (1,000-1,500)
373. Pair of French style serpentine & ormolu mounted curios w/hand painted scenes, c.1950s, excellent condition. (800-1,000)
374. Swiss cheese press, 2 carved lioness finials, original paint, dated 1828, good condition, some loss to wood due to age, great folk art example. (600-800)
375. Intricately carved chest, c.1800, six boards w/deeply carved scene of grotesque creatures carrying tritons & riding fish-tailed horses, flanked by winged & hooded creatures, front feet w/fully carved paws & faces, carved skirt w/man of the mountain, rich original finish, hand wrought strap hardware, working lock w/original large ornate key, excellent condition. (800-1,200)
376. Oriental six-panel screen, beautifully carved w/riders on horseback, reverse w/dramatic birds, rushes & tall trees, excellent condition. (500-700)
377. Heavily carved teak fern stand w/fluted inset red marble top, excellent condition. (400-600)
378. Oriental side table, pink marble top, mother of pearl inlay, reeded legs, c.1900. (200-400)
379. Oak Victorian salesman sample two-tiered side table, ogee cut top, spool turned legs fitted w/cast iron claw & glass ball feet, 18"h x 12"sq, finish removed. (200-300)
380. Victorian floor lamp w/nicely turned stem and slag glass shade of 27 panels in caramel & white, excellent condition. (300-500)
381. French mantle, fully carved, Louis XV style in old white paint. (300-500)
382. Pair of brass classical form andirons, early 19th century, 19½"h. (300-400)
383. Brass fire screen, mid 19th century, 18"h x 30"w. (200-300)
384. Salesman sample ice cream churn, terrific detail, cast iron top reads Iceland Peerless Freezer, missing one strap. (100-200)
385. Maysville, KY six gallon crock, salt glazed & marked Bierbower & Co Manufact's of & Dealers in Stoves, Tinware & Stoneware, 30 Market St Maysville KY, hand decorated, chips to side, some stains to exterior, very good condition. (800-1,200)
386. Ripley, OH salt glazed crock, marked H.N. Wiles Dry Goods, Groceries & Co, Ripley OH, 10"h x 6½"w, outstanding condition. (800-1,200)
387. 19th century over-shot "summer/winter" coverlet in a pattern of blue & white squares, very good condition. (250-450)
388. 19th century jacquard weave coverlet in olive & red w/large eagles, center star medallion, very good condition. (300-500)
389. 19th century over-shot "summer/winter" coverlet, red white & navy, broad pine tree border, very good condition. (250-450)
390. Early needlework sampler w/alphabet, reads "Mary Brown's work in the 9th year of her age, May 4, 1852," oak frame, 12" x 12", some discoloration. (200-300)
391. Pair of Limoges apothecary jars, knob finials, black & gold outlines, labeled Raiz/Calag & Sem/Henojo, marked Mahun France, late 19th century, 9". (200-300)
392. Dresden style German porcelain five-light candelabra w/seated man, 22½"h, loss to fingers. (200-400)
393. Dresden flower girl figure w/"lace" dress, slight losses to dress in back, 9½"h. (200-300)
394. Hand painted Limoges pitcher w/grapes in green, violet & red, gold dragon-form handle, marked Bavaria, 15½"h, pristine condition. (300-500)
395. 19th century walnut settee w/carved lion heads, paw feet, & two linear leaves to back, very good condition, one minor split to back slat, recently re-covered. (400-600)
396. Walnut Empire style chair w/carved feathered swan handles & dramatic claw & ball feet, excellent condition, recently re-covered. (400-600)
397. Pair c.1920's French crystal & amber glass two-light girandoles. (250-350)
398. Alabaster lamp w/Rococo ferns & leaves, four white bone china blossoms, loss to one blossom, 28"h. (150-250)
399. Tiger oak two-door hanging corner cupboard, beautifully paneled doors, block trim to crown, original finish. (300-500)
400. Victorian papier-mâché lap desk w/floral design, mother of pearl and hand painted interior, original ink bottle & velvet writing surface, lovely condition. (100-200)
401. 19th century bronze beveled mirror w/grotesque face. (200-300)
402. Hanging thermometer in rosewood case w/beveled glass, mid 19th century English, 12"h. (100-150)
403. Pair of bronze Japanese temple vessel lamps, green silk shades, 24"h. (400-600)
404. Victorian birdcage in original paint w/pan & trapeze bar, 34"h, superb condition. (400-600)
405. Victorian six-sided birdcage, wood & metal, dome roof, good condition. (100-200)
406. Walnut Victorian wall pocket w/original leather accordion sides, painted highlights, excellent condition. (100-150)
407. Two polychrome prickets, c.1900, 19"h, excellent condition. (200-300)
408. Taxidermy pheasant w/long tail atop tree bark stand, very good condition. (150-250)
409. Brass and copper pot, dovetailed joinings, 19th century, 8"h. (50-100)
410. Carved & painted pine mallard decoy, American, glass eyes, signed Bob Snow, 20th century. (50-100)
411. Mocha tankard w/blue swirl decoration, applied handle w/acanthus edging, 6"h, minor roughness to bottom. (250-350)
412. Large yellow ware mix bowl w/mocha band. (100-200)
413. Lot of 3: Mocha shaker in blue, white & black, 5", some roughness; Mocha shaker, mustard w/herringbone band in brown, black & white, 4", roughness at top; Mocha lid in seaweed decoration, 8"d, minor roughness. (100-150)
414. Two Chinese Canton lids, one lid to a bowl w/mocha border and landscape center, early 19th century, 9½"d, one tureen lid w/lion finial, early 19th century, 6"d. (50-100)
415. Early 19th century stained and leaded glass coats of arms: crowned lion & one in shield form w/red stripe. (100-150)
416. Early 19th century stained and leaded glass coats of arms: One reads L.G., &one shield form w/lions (100-150)
417. Early 19th century stained and leaded glass plaques on glass: Two circular forms w/saints (100-150)
418. English mahogany formal chair with carved wheat stalks, good condition. (150-250)
419. Mahogany Regency-style leather top table w/lion & ring accents, c.1940s, excellent condition. (200-400)
420. American maple & walnut jointed stool, mid 19th century (100-200)
421. Bronzed metal statue of Greek couple, polychrome patina, mounting holes to reverse base, signed Ferrand, 14"h, excellent condition. (200-400)
422. Pair ornate candelabra, octagonal tapered bases, grape bunches, branches and leaves, good condition, old wax build-up, 27"h. (300-400)
423. Ansonia figural clock w/seated draped woman, porcelain face, old re-paint, good condition. (300-500)
424. Three piece 19th century French clock set, marked Elis Bareet a Bourges, black & red marble w/yellow enamel highlights, two five-light candle stands, good condition. (300-500)