2007 Fall Select Auction

Lots 63-91

63. Curly maple side chair, mid 19th century, great figuring, 34"h x 17.5"w x 16"d, very good condition. 100-200
64. Bird's eye maple side chair, c.1840, vase-back form, 34"h x 17"w x 16"d, very good condition. 100-200
65. Bing & Grondahl round parian plaque, c.1900, relief decoration of three winged ladies above circle of cherubs playing instruments, back impressed B&G Eneret 40, 12.75"d, excellent condition. 150-250
66. Meissen hand painted porcelain four-piece coffee set, bright floral decorations with gold accents and borders, blue ink crossed swords marks to each base. Coffee pot with beast head spout, locking lid, 9". Creamer, 6.25". Lidded sugar bowl, 4.25". Small bowl, 4"d. All in excellent condition, heat flaw to creamer spout. 300-500
67. B. Kytapel, Russian, 20th century, Still life with red, pink and white blossoms, 1957, oil on canvas, 27" x 23", signed and dated on back. 400-600
68. Edward R. Sitzman, Indiana, 1874-1949, Landscape with pink blossoms, watercolor, 20" x 14", signed. 250-350

Sitzman was born in Cincinnati, where he studied at the Art Academy with Duveneck and Farny. He also studied in London and Munich. He set up a studio in Indianapolis, and was a member of the Indiana Art Club, Indianapolis Art Association, and the Chicago Galleries Association.

69. Old color print of children titled Last Honors to Bunny, 15" x 19", nicely matted and framed. 50-100
70. Mountain path landscape with hikers, watercolor, 10.5" x 7", artist cipher lower left. 350-500
71. Mountain road landscape, oil on canvas, 16" x 13", signed F Thomas. 250-350
72. Gordon Hope Grant, New York, 1875-1962, Sailors singing in the rain, lithograph, 10" x 13", pencil signed. 200-300

A painter, etcher and illustrator born in California, Grant is known best for his maritime subjects, though he also covered wars for newspapers and did illustrations for the pulp fiction trade. He was honored many times by the American Watercolor Society, and his memberships included the Salmagundi Club.

73. Paul Ashbrook, Cincinnati, 1867-1949, Newspaper boys by statue of William Henry Harrison in Garfield Park, etching, 14" x 9", pencil signed. 200-300

Ashbrook studied under Frank Duveneck and William Merritt Chase, and was an instructor at the Cincinnati Art Academy.

74. Paul Ashbrook, Cincinnati, 1867-1949, Female nude study, 1940, pencil, 17" x 11", signed and dated. 200-300
75. Glen Tracy, Cincinnati, 1883-1956, Caravan of the Gypsy Queen, Sep 15 1948, colored pencils, 10" x 12", signed and dated. 100-300

Tracy studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati under Frank Duveneck, L.H. Meakin, and C.J. Barnhorn. He also taught at the Art Academy and was a member of the Cincinnati Art Club. He was a respected artist and skilled illustrator.

76. A nice oil on canvas copy of Frank Duveneck's Whistling Boy, 20" x 16", mid 20th century, carved and gilt frame, unsigned. 300-500
77. Pair of carved wood pedestals, rich honey-brown finish, stair step bases with square reeded columns, pierced carved capitals with cut corner top and green marble inset, 36"h, 20th century, not antique, some scratches to top. 300-500
78. Carved wood pedestal, chocolate-brown finish, stair step base with square reeded column, pierce carved capital with cut corner top and red marble inset, 36"h, 20th century, not antique, some scratches to top. 150-250
79. Victorian quarter sawn oak lamp table, fancy turned legs on dramatic claw and glass ball feet, claws have faces and hair, decorated skirt, water stain to top, otherwise very good condition, 28"h x 36"w x 24"d. 400-600
80. Outstanding bow front walnut Renaissance Revival marble top washstand, burled and rounded corners and drawer fronts, finely carved branch and leaf drawer pulls, ogee marble top with twin rear shelves and arched splash, all original, 39.5"h x 32"w x 20"d. 800-1,200
81. English Victorian silver plate cruet set by Elkington & Co, ornate stand with hanging wreaths and tassels, acanthus curved feet, six cut crystal inserts are complete and in excellent condition including mustard dipper, jelly jar has London hallmarked sterling spoon with gold wash bowl, 10.5"h, excellent condition. 300-500
82. Victorian centerpiece, blue to white opalescent glass bowl with ruffled rim, silver plate stem with repousse roses and leaves around base and repousse roses to center of bowl, 10"h x 10.25"d, excellent condition. 150-250
83. Victorian epergne, cranberry glass vase with pinched rim and applied ruffled clear collar supported by round plateau mirror with scalloped edge, 14"h, mirror 10"d, one mirror foot replaced with felt pad, excellent condition. 200-300
84. 19th century English oak spirits tantalus, three cut crystal bottles in near mint condition, brass hardware, locking front gate, red velvet bottle rests, 13.5"h x 14.5"w x 6"d, excellent condition. 400-600
85. Lalique glass lidded jar, 1930s, relief procession of dancing cherubs, tiered lid with relief roses, acid etched block letter signature, 0.25" chip to lid, 3"h x 4.25"d. 100-200
86. Large Black Forest carved walking bear, early 20th century, glass eyes, 16"h x 24"l, in brown painted fur with pink and white mouth, carved from three pieces of wood, two plugs below ears, missing one tooth, very good condition. 1,500-2,500
87. Sixteen Hawkes cut crystal stemware glasses, oval over spear-leaf design to bowl, faceted stem, dramatic square foot, four each of four sizes, a few minor base chips, acid etched mark to base: four goblets, 7.75"; four low goblets, 6.5"; four wines, 7"; four cordials, 6.75". 300-400
88. Baccarat five-light candelabra, threaded cups, 10"h x 11"d, and two matching candlesticks, 7.5"h x 5"d, excellent condition. 300-500
89. Waterford cut crystal, lot of four. Center bowl, 4"h x 8"d, excellent condition. Pitcher, 8.5", small flake to side. Decanter in Colleen pattern, 13", stopper has chip to top and repaired stem. Vase, 8", scratch. 250-450
90. Baccarat crystal stemware, lot of thirteen: eight wines, 5.75", one rim flake; five Napoleon brandy snifters, 5.25", excellent condition. 150-250
91. Waterford cut crystal glasses, lot of fourteen: four Lismore champagne flutes, 7.25"; three Lismore juices, 5"; two Lismore martinis, 6"; one Marquis martini, 6"; four tumblers, 4". Excellent condition. 250-350

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