Fall Select Auction: November 3 (2006)

Lot 170-197

170. Eight-legged sideboard of dramatic flamed and burled walnut, two bow front drawers flanked by two doors. Delicate applied carved drapery, urns and blossoms, large inlaid floral cartouches to door fronts, Greek key inlaid edging, bookleaf matched top. Reeded legs with acanthus capitals and accents. 38"h x 74"w x 23"d, one leg repaired, overall excellent condition. 800-1,200
171. Elegant burled and inlaid walnut formal two-door cupboard, decoration matches sideboard, carved sunflower to double finial crown, original brass hardware with draped dancers to knobs, marked Steinman & Meyer Cincinnati, excellent condition, 68"h x 40"w x 17"d. 700-900
172. Burled and inlaid walnut server, matches sideboard and cupboard, one drawer over two doors with three interior drawers, drop leaf sides, excellent condition, 34"h x 36"w x 20"d, 54"w when open. 600-800
173. Rookwood scenic vellum vase by Fred Rothenbusch, elegant and uncrazed example with tall trees with pale blue, dark blue, pink, and green leaves on brown and gray trunks and branches, in a rolling pasture backed by pale blue hills and a cream, blue and pale pink sky, 1928, #614C, incised signature and V, 13"h, mint. 6,000-7,500
174. Rookwood floral vellum vase by E.T. Hurley, large cream blossoms with white highlights and pale green leaves on gray to white background, 1913, #1356D, impressed V for vellum, 8.75", mint. 1,200-1,500
175. Rookwood floral vellum by Ed Diers, pink blossoms and green leaves on cream to gray background, 1908, #782B, 8.5", crazing and slight peppering, mint. 700-1,000
176. Rookwood standard glaze cylinder vase with applied handle, nice slip glaze decoration with single blossom and green leaves on thorny stems on mustard yellow to brown background, 1889, 328B, separately impressed S, incised L for light yellow glaze, no artist signature, decoration and form strongly resemble works by Shirayamadani from this time, 6", mint. 600-900
177. Rookwood standard glaze loving cup, Clara C. Lindeman, olive and pale green curled leaves on narrow twisting and trailing branches with green berries on brown to olive to orange background, 1899, #830E, 4.75", mint. 400-600
178. Rookwood floral vellum by Elizabeth Lincoln, shoulder decoration of deep red to rose flowers with yellow centers on charcoal to rose background 1925, #2544, 8.25", mint. 900-1,200
179. Rookwood vellum by E.T. Hurley, white-banded shoulder decoration of daisies with mustard centers on gray-blue to pale pink, 1929, #1927, 4", mint. 600-800
180. Rookwood floral vellum by Fred Rothenbusch, delicate pink blossoms with pale yellow centers on green leafy stems, blue to pink background with green band to shoulder, 1916, #2060, impressed V for vellum, 7.75", mint. 1,000-1,500
181. Rookwood wax matt vase by John Pullman, shoulder decoration of pale red blossoms on pale blue background with unusual charcoal outlining, 1930, #5196E, six-bar 50th anniversary mark, 6", mint. 400-600
182. Rookwood wax matt vase by Margaret McDonald, red blossoms and cobalt buds with green leaves on pale green background, 1925, #357F, painted signature to base, 6.25", mint. 300-500
183. Rookwood porcelain glaze two-piece dresser set, matching decoration by Margaret McDonald of pink and white blossoms with green leaves on brown stems on white background, black outlining. Perfume bottle with stopper, 7.5"h, mint. Covered dresser jar, 3.25"h, decoration continues from jar onto lid, professional restoration to underside of lid. 1944, both bases with ink artist's cypher and impressed S. 500-700
184. Rookwood standard glaze vase, delicate blue-green blossoms and green leaves on thorny branches, olive green to chocolate brown background, Jeanette Swing, 1904, #916E, 4.25", two tiny scratches. 300-500
185. Rookwood squat form vase, standard glaze decoration of stylized orange daisies on dark brown background by Amelia Sprague, 1888, #389, impressed R for red clay, incised L for light glaze, heat lines to glaze on base, thin area to rim is under glaze, 3", mint. 300-500
186. Rookwood standard glaze vase, slip glaze decoration by Elizabeth Lincoln of delicate blue blossoms and green leaves on dark brown to salmon background, 1894, #625, impressed W for white clay, 5.5", very faint vertical craze line to rim. 300-500
187. Rookwood standard glaze low vase, cream blossoms on delicate stem trailing around the entire vase, Francis Vreeland, 1901, #536F, 2.25"h x 3.5"d, mint. 200-400
188. Pair of Rookwood faience garden vases, two-handled form with brown drip glaze, #467/3316Y, 26", drilled bases, one with chip to handle, other has rim chip and repaired handle. 1,500-2,500
189. Rookwood polychrome bookend with perched parrot with broad wingspan in blue matt with white face and yellow beak, surrounded by cream blossoms with pink centers on medium blue background, Sallie Toohey design mark, 1927, #6018, 7.25"h x 5.5"w x 3.5"d, mint, a rare example. 1,000-1,500
190. Rookwood rook inkwell, complete, in rich cobalt matt glaze, 1908, #998, 7.5"h x 11"w. 2" line to ink cup, 8" line underside of base. 400-600
191. Rookwood penguin tray in white matt, 1952, #6517, 5", mint. 350-450
192. Rookwood tri-corner tray with perched frog, unusual gray-blue and tan mottled matt glaze, 1928, #2765, 6.25"w, mint. 250-350
193. Two Rookwood vases. Arts & Crafts vase in cobalt matt glaze, vertical leaves, c.1919, #2089, 3.75", date obscured, mint. Squat form vase with white doves in flight on yellow matt background, 1938, #6548, 3.5", mint. 300-500
194. Rookwood two-handled trumpet vase, high glaze with cobalt exterior and mustard interior, 1929, #5115, 10.5", tiny glaze chip at baseline. H-7048 300-400
195. Wheatley Pottery faience two-piece bird bath, relief decoration of Greek figures with animals in altar procession, upper band of scrolls and faces. Bowl has hanging triangle decoration to edge and remnants of old blue paint. Interior of pedestal impressed 332 WP, bowl unmarked. Pedestal 22.5"h x 12"d, bowl 4"h x 17.5"d. 2" base chip. 400-600
196. Art Nouveau pottery umbrella stand, twist form with stylized blossoms to upper bout, in green, cream, lavender and cobalt, 25"h, line, minor roughness to rim. 300-500
197. Matt Morgan Art Pottery Art Nouveau umbrella stand, upper area with hand painted landscape and clouds, reticulated center section over large curling acanthus leaves to base, cobalt with gold highlights. Base impressed Matt Morgan Art Pottery Co Cinti O. 20.5"h x 13.5"d, restoration to base and rim. 400-600