2007 Fall Select Auction

Lots 126-154

126. Mid-19th century cherry four-drawer country chest, solid cherry with pilaster shaped aprons front and sides, refinished, 45.5"h x 44"w x 22"d. 800-1,200
127. Ohio made cherry one-drawer stand, beautifully proportioned, two board top, nicely turned legs with original decorated brass caps, 25"h x 20.5"w x 20"d, unusual height, possibly built as a sewing stand. 300-400
128. 19th century tri-corner lamp, from the Jane Magsig collection, probably Shaker, tin and glass housing with round chimney top, ruffled tin reflector, lamp marked The Steel Mantle Light Co Toledo OH USA, 17"h, 14.25" each side, good condition with some losses to metal at base of glass. 400-600
129. Shaker rocker, 19th century example with woven rush seat, in old red paint, presumed to be of western origin, delicate scribe marks to both uprights, mushroom caps, probably a community piece, unmarked, nail and peg construction, some stress lines, structurally sound, 37"h x 18"w x 26"d. 400-600
130. Tiffany & Co silver plate teapot and warming stand. Two pint teapot with gadrooned body and lid, hinged handle and side-hinged lid, wooden handle grip and urn-form finial, 8.5"h. Stand on four paw feet with ribbed edging and shell accents, 6.25"h. Handled three-burner heat insert. All three pieces with the mark of Tiffany & Co New York 1907-1947 with pattern number 110 and order number 9606, excellent condition. 200-300
131. Group of ornate silver plate. Samovar, deep relief lion handles to both sides, borders in linear and leafy garland designs, four ringed-ball feet, central medallion to front with basilisk on crown crest over monogram, 20.5"h x 10"w x 11"d, ventible lid with ball finial, shows some wear, some visible soldering, unmarked. English silver plate bun warmer, ribbed swivel lid with bone button handle, reeded legs with claw feet, two insert trays, hallmarks to bottom, 8.5"h x 15"w x 9"d, missing locking pin, excellent condition. Four matching telescoping candlesticks, four bands of repousse decoration, 6.25" - 8"h, 4"d base, minor blushing. Large oval two handled tray, deep relief shells and scrolls to edge, tray surface has chased decoration of blossoms and fruit and leaves with sea serpent head to center, on six acanthus scroll feet, six crossed arrows in diamond hallmark, 31.5" x 21", very good condition. Round shallow bowl with ornate 2.25" rim decorated with blossoms and acanthus leaves, hallmarks to base, 16.25"d, 1.5"h, scratches to bowl. 500-700
132. Set of twelve sterling goblets by Old Newbury Crafters, unusual six-sided stem, monogrammed C to foot, marked with hallmark and STERLING WP457, 6.75", approximately 63.3ozt, excellent condition. 400-600
133. Petite sterling coffee pot, ribbed body, base and interior of lid marked STERLING with WC hallmark of the Webster Company, 6.25"h, 4.2ozt, sunken finial. 100-200
134. Tiffany & Co sterling child's cup, relief decoration of four children and three dogs playing with hoop. Marked Tiffany & Co 4105 B1 Makers 1320, Sterling Silver 925-1000 M, 3"h, 3.8ozt. Soft dent to side at bottom. 500-600
135. Sterling center bowl, classic form on low foot, base marked STERLING 100 with obscured maker's mark, inscribed 1911-1936 to bottom, 4"h x 8.25"d, approximately 21.6ozt, excellent condition. 300-500
136. Sterling footed center bowl with beaded top and bottom edges, fluted bowl and foot, maker's mark is griffin holding W shield, marked 925/1000 STERLING 1460, 5.25"h x 9.5"d, approximately 16ozt, excellent condition. 250-450
137. Wallace sterling center bowl, fluted rim with repousse vines twisting around acanthus edge, ribbed bowl, monogrammed center, base marked with maker's mark and STERLING 1042 11IN, 2.75"h x 11"d, approximately 13.6ozt, excellent condition. 300-500
138. Silver cow creamer, probably early to mid 20th century, M*C maker's mark to stomach, 8" long, 5" high, excellent condition. This was recently tested by a jeweler, and the result of the color procedure indicates that this item is sterling. 300-400
139. Hand hammered sterling tray, lobed rim with alternating depressions in chased decorations of animals and blossoms. Hallmarks include 900 in oval, eagle atop mountain in circle, and rectangle with obscured NIGUERAS (?). 18.25"d, approximately 52.9ozt, excellent condition. 600-800
140. Tiffany & Co sterling shoe horn, monogram handle, 6.5", approximately 2ozt, Tiffany Sterling 925 M mark from the 1907-1947 era. 100-200
141. Italian sterling scissor-handle single-blade serving tongs, blade decorated with relief cherubs, blossoms and scrolls, acanthus scrolls to handles, marked F PERUZZI MADE IN ITALY STERLING, 9" long, approximately 2.6ozt, very good condition. 100-150
142. French 19th century settee, fully wood-wrapped and carved with acanthus leaves, floral medallions, bead work, and two acanthus finials, superb blue and gold jacquard weave upholstery, 41"h x 50"w x 28"d. Condition: restoration to one arm. Formerly in the collection of the Chrysler Museum. 400-600
143. Set of four early 19th century burled mahogany dining chairs, each with unique and different ornamentation to backs and leg turnings, 32"h x 19"w x 16"d, repair to one back brace, overall excellent condition. 300-500
144. Carved two-piece flamed oak desk, finely carved fox head pulls to upper and lower center drawers, upper bout with center drawer and cubby flanked by two drawers each side, gallery with center cartouche of scrolls and leaves, pull-out writing extension, carved trim, rope twist legs and stretcher, original turned wood pulls, 45" to top of gallery, 29.5" to top of writing surface, 45"w x 24.5"d, good old finish, water stains to top of upper bout, replaced 7.5" x 0.5" wedge of wood to writing surface, legs have probably been shortened slightly. 450-650
145. Emilie Sain de Heers, France, 19th/20th century, Sea Cliffs at Normandy, c.1890, oil on canvas, 15.5" x 23", signed. 600-800

Emilie Sain de Heers studied in Paris, and lived and worked in Montmartre. She is listed in Andre Roussard's Dictionary of Artists of Montmartre.

146. Friedrich Wilhelm Schwinge, Germany, 1852-1913, Hamburg forest interior, oil on canvas, 22" x 30", signed, old labels on back. 800-1,200
147. Sergei Danilovich Dumenko, Ukraine, b.1909, Fall landscape, 1960, oil on canvas, 18" x 12", signed. 400-600
148. Igor Pavlovich Rubinski, Russia, b.1919, Impressionist landscape with blue sky, oil on board, 20" x 27", signed in Cyrillic on back. 500-700

Studied at the Moscow Art Institute, active in Murmansk and later in Moscow. Exhibited at the All-Union Art Exhibition in Moscow in 1946. Specialized in landscapes, worked as a military artist during World War II, made designs for the Bolshoi Theatre, and made murals for Moscow University.

149. Harriette Bowdoin, New York, 1880-1947, Bright landscape with trees and water, gouache, 15" x 20", signed. 600-800
150. Fores's National Sports, Racing Plate 1: Saddling, 19th century lithograph, engraved by J. Harris after a painting by J.F. Herring, reads London Published May 19th 1846 by Messrs Fores At Their Sporting & Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactury 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville St, image size 20.75" x 41.25", matted and framed. 400-600
151. Fores's Stable Scenes: The Team, 19th century lithograph, engraved by J. Harris after a painting by J.F. Herring, reads London Published May 19th 1846 by Messrs Fores At Their Sporting & Fine Print Repository & Frame Manufactury 41 Piccadilly Corner of Sackville St, image size 17.25" x 26.25", matted and framed. 200-400
152. James Gordon Ogilvie, Danish, 1901-1972, Landscape with distant farms, 1934, oil on canvas, 24" x 34", signed. 800-1,200

Studied at the Royal Art Academy in Copenhagen, traveled extensively, and painted both landscapes and interiors.

153. Fritz Halberg-Krauss, Germany, 1874-1951, Landscape with harbor and bushes, oil on paper laid on canvas, 19" x 27", signed. 750-1,000
154. Kirk Van Hoom, Dutch, 20th century, Buildings and people along the docks, oil on canvas, 27" x 21", signed. 500-700