Fall Select Auction: Friday October 19, 4:00 PM

Lots 188-222

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188. Twenty-two pieces of Tiffany & Co sterling flatware, English King pattern, marked Tiffany & Co Sterling Pat 1885M, each with monogram or stag insignia: six dinner forks, 7.75", abrasions to two handles, faded gold wash; two table spoons, 8.75"; two round bowl table spoons, 8", faded gold wash; six dinner knives, 9", roughness where blades meet handles; six dessert knives, 7.75", faded gold wash handles, one blade loose. 30.1ozt for solid silver pieces, plus knife handles. 500-700
189. Group of 19th century American coin silver and sterling spoons, various monograms: two tablespoons marked OD Seymour PURE COIN, 9.5"; two tablespoons marked SE Ledman Sterling, 8.25"; one tablespoon marked H Hudson Louisville, 8.75"; six orange spoons marked J Kneffly, 5.5"; two teaspoons marked Jas. P. Barnes Louisville, 5.75"; two teaspoons with worn marks, 5.25"; two salt spoons marked Sterling, 2.5"; two salt spoons with pointed bowls, marked Sterling, 3". Sells with one Weidlich sterling mustard ladle, 5.5", and one Watson sterling infant feeding spoon, 5.5". 200-300
190. Sheffield sterling shell-form bowl, c.1900, ribbed bowl with fancy reticulated, repousse and chased designs including blossoms and scrolls, on three conch shell feet, Atkins Brothers maker's mark, Sheffield hallmarks, 10"w x 9"d x 3.5"h, 9.7ozt, excellent condition. 300-400
191. Pair of sterling compotes, fluted rims with stylized blossoms, marked Sterling 22 with maker's mark for Clarence A Vanderbilt, 3.25"h x 7"d, 14.8ozt, rim slightly bent, minor scratches. 150-250
192. S. Kirk & Son sterling bowl, marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4108, 9.5"d x 2.25"h, 15.8ozt, excellent condition with minor scratches. 150-250
193. Ornate sterling footed tray, wide reticulated rim with intertwining cherubs, dolphins, griffins, acanthus scrolls and urns, monogram to center with stag emblem, marked Harris & Shafer Co Sterling 637S, 11"d, 17.2ozt, slightly bent, minor scratches. 250-350
194. Pair carved entry chairs with dramatic finely carved bare-breasted busts of women to grips. All stretchers and uprights are in beautifully executed rope twists, seats and backs in fine needlepoint work of aesthetic decoration of birds and blossoms. Excellent condition. 34"h x 24"w x 18"d. 800-1,200
195. S. Kirk & Son sterling cake plate, stepped rim, marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4144, small monogram, 12.5"d, 27.3ozt, 1/16" dent at base of rim, minor scratches and dings. 200-400
196. S. Kirk & Son sterling oval platter, marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4115, August 5th 1932, monogram to rim, 15" x 10", 29.7ozt, knife marks. 350-450
197. Silver plate warming dish, possibly Sheffield, heavily decorated feet with acanthus scrolls, acanthus decorated handles with blossoms at body, blossoms and acanthus to handle, fancy crest to lid with motto PAR SIT FORTUNA LABORIS, 7"h x 14" x 9", blushing to several edges, minor ding to bottom. 300-500

(One of two beds)

198. Seven-piece Venetian style bedroom suite, Bombé forms with carved blossom accents, Classical hand painted Venetian paneled decoration to all surfaces. Colorful, detailed bouquets and blossoms in red, green, blue and yellow on a deep yellow background, deep dark green surrounds the paneled designs. Entire set shows wear, some repaired breaks at crowns, minor losses, chips etc giving this set lots of character. Vanity top has extensive paint loss. Fabulous look. Pair twin beds, three-drawer chest 36"h x 45"w x 20"d, large hanging mirror 53"h x 27"w, three-drawer vanity with mirror 62"h x 38"w x 18"d, vanity bench 18"h x 20"w x 15"d, five-drawer lingerie chest 51"h x 14"w x 11"d. 1,000-2,000
199. Three fancy sterling serving spoons. Early London-made spoon with open work squiggle designs to bowl, obscured hallmarks include crowned leopard, lion passant, maker and date, 6.75", no monogram, excellent condition. Whiting nut server, Old King pattern, open work scrolls to fluted bowl, marked STERLING with Whiting hallmark and 5, 4.25", no monogram, slight bend to handle. Frank Smith Silver Co table spoon with repousse blossoms and scrolls to bowl, Crystal pattern, marked STERLING JAMES MIX with Frank Smith hallmark, 9", monogram, excellent condition. Total weight 4.5ozt. 75-150
200. Three sterling pieces. Duhme cream ladle, double spouted bowl, marked Sterling Pat 81 Duhme & Co, 6", 1.1ozt, excellent condition. Loring Andrews repousse footed bowl, blossoms and acanthus scrolls, marked Loring Andrews & Co Sterling 132, Indian head hallmark, 1.75"h x 5.5" x 4", 2.6ozt, very good condition. Gorham porringer, blossoms and scrolls to rim, decorated handle, lion/anchor/G hallmarks, STERLING A1025, 2"h x 5" x 4.25", 2.6ozt, several small dents to bowl. 150-250
201. Sterling three piece coffee/demitasse service by Graf, Washbourne & Dunn, tall urn forms with repousse scrolls and chased blossoms and acanthus leaves, ornate leaf decorations to handles, monograms, all marked Sterling 5417/92 with maker's hallmark. Coffee pot with urn finial, 10.5". Cream pitcher, 5". Two handled sugar bowl with gold wash interior, 3.5". 44.5ozt, excellent condition with minor scratches and dings. Sells with two-handled silver plate tray with ribbed edges, 17.5" x 11". 600-800
202. British three-piece silver coffee set. Birmingham sterling cream and sugar with gadrooned bowls, anchor and lion hallmarks with date mark for 1901-2, J&C maker's mark, 3" pitcher and 2.75" sugar, very good condition, 4.3ozt. Sheffield silver plate coffee pot, gadrooning to bowl, spout and lid, gadrooned wood finial, Walker & Hall hallmark, also marked Walker & Hall Sheffield England Hard & Silver Soldered, 8", excellent condition. 200-400
203. c.1925 mahogany claw and ball curio cabinet with mirrored back and glass shelves, latticed front and side panels, split-scroll crown, block edging, shell carved skirt, 68"h x 23"w x 15"d, excellent condition. 600-800
204. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, The Beach, 1908, oil on board, 6" x 8.5", initialed. Nice impressionist and historical scene of a former gathering spot at the Ohio and Licking Rivers, Covington, across from Cincinnati, from the Hurley family. 2,500-3,500

Wife of E.T. Hurley, Irene Bishop was a painter, miniature painter, and a decorator at Rookwood Pottery. Studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy, and was a member of the Woman's Art Club.

205. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Miamitown, 1907, oil on board, 6" x 8.5", initialed, from the Hurley family. 1,000-2,000
206. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Landscape with lavender flowers, oil on canvas, 10.5" x 14", signed, some restoration, signature appears to be restored, from the Hurley family. 2,000-3,000

E.T. Hurley exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Art Institute of Chicago, Panama Pacific Exhibition, and others. He was a decorator for Rookwood Pottery, and studied with Frank Duveneck at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

207. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Chesapeake Bay sailboats, pastel on paper, 15" x 12", signed, title on reverse, from the Hurley family. 1,000-2,000
208. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Oriental style moon over water with hanging branch, watercolor, 7.5" x 2.75", unsigned, from the Hurley family. 200-300
209. Herman Henry Wessel, Cincinnati, 1878-1969, Portrait of E.T. Hurley, 1941, oil on canvas-board, 13" x 10.25", signed To My Friend E.T. Hurley, H.H. Wessel, St Patrick's Day 1941, from the Hurley family. 300-500

A prominent member of Cincinnati's artistic community, Herman Wessel studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy, Royal Academy in Munich, and Academie Julien in Paris. He taught at the Cincinnati Art Academy for 40 years and painted many prominent public murals. He and his wife Bessie Wessel worked closely with Frank Duveneck and became leading experts on authenticating his works.

210. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Two views of the Eden Park Water Tower, double sided pencil and watercolor, 9.5" x 7.25", initialed, from the Hurley family. 300-400
211. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Three people on pier watching steamship, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed on back, from the Hurley family. 200-300
212. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Bend in the Ohio River looking south, watercolor, 7" x 9.75", initialed, from the Hurley family. 200-300
213. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Wayside Shrine, etching, 11" x 6", signed in etching. 100-200
214. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Rockdale Temple, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed. 250-350
215. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Doorway to Covington Basilica, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed. 300-500
216. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Garfield Park in the Rain, etching, 12" x 10", pencil signed. 300-500
217. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Old farm house in excellent detail, 1909, pencil, 7" x 11", signed, from the Hurley family. 200-300
218. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Oceanside cottage, double sided watercolor, 10" x 15", signed, from the Hurley family. 200-300
219. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Portrait of Rose Bishop, watercolor, oval 7" x 5", signed Irene Bishop, some water stains, from the Hurley family. 200-300
220. P. Riesz, Cincinnati, two oils on canvas depicting a woman in a garden, 9.5" x 8" and 7.5" x 6.5", signed. Writing on the matt (dated 1916) identifies "Miss P. Reisz" as a Rookwood artist and jewelry maker. From the Hurley family. 150-250
221. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Portfolio of unsigned works on paper, in cloth and leather bound folder with paper label reading E.T. Hurley Rookwood Pottery Cincinnati O, from the Hurley family. 400-600
222. From the desk of E.T. Hurley: Three stock certificates from the Cusi Mexicana Mining Company, 100 shares each, issued 1938, great mining scene to each. Late 19th to early 20th century map of Boone, Kenton and Campbell Counties, Kentucky, paper mounted on canvas, published by C.S. Mendenhall Lithographer & Map Publisher Cincinnati, ink signature of E.T. Hurley and dated 5-28-18, folded into sixteenths with paper separated at every fold, 21" x 30". From the Hurley family. 150-250