Fall Select Auction: November 3 (2006)

Statuary, Metal and Collectibles

284. Pair marble urns, chocolate brown with gray-green veins, mounted with bronze grotesque faces, hanging ribbons with blossoms, acanthus leaves, and horizontal band with relief hunt scene, 23"h, excellent condition. 1,500-2,500
283. Pair of mottled rose marble urns, bronze mounted with flame final, ribbons, acorns, blossoms, overlapping leaves to base, excellent condition, 18"h. 1,200-2,200
285. Alabaster and marble Art Deco figural lamp, semi-nude lady atop pedestal, incised pointer dog to front of pedestal, back signed Rilgaro Gienugui, 23"h, 7" square base, minor loss to one corner. 800-1,200

242. Early 20th century Old Town canoe, cedar and canvas construction, beautifully restored in 1938, interior length 14.5', width 32", with two solid mahogany hand carved paddles. 1,000-2,000
323. Oscar Bach bronze floor lamp, scrolling trellis work with oak leaves and berries over four mica panels, Spanish galleon medallion finial, reticulated base with leaves and berries, base marked OSCAR BACH NY in block letters, 67", minor restoration to stem. 800-1,200
324. Oscar Bach bronze smokestand, bowl flanked by pair of sea dragon heads, Spanish galleon medallion finial to handle, reticulated base with leaves and berries, base marked Oscar Bach in script, 37", finish shows its age, excellent condition. 400-600
395. German Black Forest carved bear humidor, glass eyes, hinged head humidor compartment, brass ashtray to base, bear in walking posture with backpack, missing walking stick, split to base, some losses, several small filled holes, early 20th century, 16"h. 300-500
107. Pair of bronze bookends, Indian brave busts, 8.5"h x 5.5"w x 1.75"d, cast signature, excellent condition. 400-600
106. Pair of bronzed metal bookends, Indian rider with full headdress on stepped base, raised marks include "CED" and "C" in circle, 7.5"h x 5.5" x 3", two scratches to hind of one horse. 350-550
84. Kayserzinn pewter pitcher with satyr's face, Art Nouveau leaves to body and handle, base impressed 36 / KAYSERZINN / 4061 / R, 12.5"h, excellent condition. 300-500
85. Kayserzinn pewter lidded pitcher, two portrait medallions of a horse and hound surrounded by Art Nouveau blossoms, stems, pods and berries. Impressed circle mark 9 / KAYSERZINN / 4400 / P. 13"h x 9"w x 6.25"d, excellent condition. 300-500
304. Two Tiffany Studios bronze coupe plates in textured gold dore finish. First has stylized floral edging, marked TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1707, 9"d. Second marked TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1708, 9". Both in excellent condition. 200-400
83. Bronze bust of smiling boy with water jugs around his neck, signed Congue, on marble base, excellent condition. 19"h x 9.5"w x 5"d. 400-600
393. Cast iron salesman sample stove, "Little Fanny" by Adams Peckover & Co, Cincinnati, large doors to each side, double doors to front, floral decorations, 7"h x 12"long x 8"w. Accessories include original L-shape chimney pipe, laundry tub, trivet, pots and pans. Excellent condition. 300-500
394. Ducal twelve-piece Scots marching band toy soldiers, cast and hand painted, pre-WWII, 2.5"h, in original box, excellent condition. 300-400
102. Pair Art Deco colonial lady bookends, green painted metal on marble bases, 7"h x 5"w x 4.5"d, several minor paint chips. 300-400
406. Chinese bronze statue of fisherman holding huge fish, impressed medallion seal to back, 16"h, excellent condition. 200-400
389. Two early baseball team photographs. Unlabeled photo of various players, most with Cheviot on their jerseys, 6.5" x 8.5" in wide matting, very good condition. 1896 Winterkorn's B.B. Club, ten players with manager and mascot, names and positions listed below, 6" x 6.5" in 8" x 9.5" labelled matting, framed, discoloration to borders. 150-300
390. Three early Cincinnati images. Photograph of Rookwood Pottery building with man standing out front, 2.75" x 4", some fading, virtually no discoloration. Postcard with photograph of Cincinnati Fire Department, Company No. 3, Ladder Company No. 1, with horse-drawn wagons, postmarked 1908, Norwood Souvenir Co. Lithograph of flood scene with Lime factory and distant steamboat, captioned "Fifth Street, looking west. Cincinnati Flood, Feb,y' 1883" with advertisements on reverse, minor stains and tears to borders. 200-400
391. Launcelot Rook's Dinner, illustrated short story by Charles Battell Loomis published by the George Wiedemann Brewing Co, Newport Kentucky, with exterior and interior views of various Wiedemann buildings over the years and product information, back cover marked FRED ACHERT - LITH - CINCINNATI, O. Missing one binding staple, with some rust stains from staples, overall very good condition, 3.5" x 6". 50-100