2007 Fall Select Auction

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1. Jules-Marie Chedeville, France, 19th century, Seaside cottages, oil on mahogany panel, 10" x 16", signed. 500-700
2. Leon Danchin, France, 1887-1939, Two pointer dogs in field, color engraving, 13" x 25.75" image, 14.25" x 26.5" plate, pencil signed and numbered 265/550, marked in upper left Copyright 1932 by La Gravure Francaise 41 Rue St Georges Paris, good image, foxing, some wrinkling to paper. 300-500
3. Kilchurn Castle in Scotland, gouache, 10" x 16.5", signed J Douglas. 200-400
4. British School landscape with sheep by stream, c.1890, oil on canvas, 16" x 24", nice open-carved frame. 400-600
5. Heavily carved and gilt frame with overlapping leaves and pods with ribbons to corners, 31.25" x 24.5", some chips, with 25" x 18.25" print of elegant lady in pink dress. 400-600
6. Jean Rathborne, USA, 20th century, pair of floral still lifes, watercolor, 24" x 18", matching green matts and gold frames. 300-500
7. Illustrated arab manuscript page, interior court scene with two men, 8.5" x 5.5", nicely matted and framed. 100-200
8. Arts and Crafts landscape with dark trees, oil on board, 17" x 12", signed Bratton. 200-400
9. Landscape with road and trees, oil on board, 7" x 4.75", initialed lower left. 200-400
10. City fish market scene, watercolor, 9.75" x 7.75", signed lower right, great detail. 300-500
11. 19th century portrait of seated gentleman with cane, watercolor, 8.25" x 6.25", unsigned. 150-250
12. Miniature oval portrait of man, 2.5" x 2", in 7" x 6" frame, not examined out of frame, unsigned. 100-200
13. Johann Georg Mohr, Germany, Landscape with distant brick buildings, oil on board, 5.75" x 6.25", signed. 200-300
14. Formal portrait of George Pallender of Eureka Illinois, watercolor, 9" x 7.5", hand written dedication on back, 3" tear near bottom. 100-300
15. Harbor scene with boat and men, watercolor, 7" x 3.25", bears the name John Whorf. 100-200
16. Street scene in Cairo, oil on canvas, 18" x 14", signed S Barkev. 300-500
17. WPA style police men, oil on canvas, 24" x 20", unsigned. 300-500
18. Portrait of an old man, oil on canvas, 16" x 12", signed L Molino, dated 1920. 200-300
19. Royal court scene, oil on canvas, 18" x 15", signed E Zamacois. 300-500
20. Interior scene with mother and child by window, oil on canvas, 21" x 16", illegible signature. 400-600
21. Regency style flamed mahogany single-drawer stand with false drawer to back, string inlaid top and legs, four brass pawed swag legs support four nicely turned columns, 27"h x 23"w x 16"d, excellent condition, top shows expected wear. 400-600
22. Victorian Gothic cathedral chair, open carved back, needlepoint seat and back, fancy finials, 46"h x 18"w x 18"d, wear and loss to fabric. 100-200
23. Pair of Meissen hand painted bolted porcelain urns with snake-twist handles with stylized gold scales, floral decorations to both sides, gadrooned bases with acanthus accents, gilt borders, blue ink crossed swords marks, 11"h x 6.5"w, excellent condition. 400-600
24. Meissen hand painted figural group, four cherubs huddled around fire, blue ink crossed swords to base, incised 2495, impressed 124, 6.5"h x 7"w x 4"d, 1/2" chip to red cloak. 300-500
25. Meissen hand painted porcelain figural group, four cherubs arranging flowers, blue ink crossed swords to base, incised 2502, impressed 101, 6.5"h x 7"w x 5"d, small losses to petals, faint heat line to back of one neck. 400-600
26. Pair of hand painted porcelain cornucopias with ram heads and claw feet, gold painted blossoms and leaves on cobalt background, wear to gold around bases and tops, unmarked, 5.5"h x 3.5"w x 5.5"d, excellent condition. 200-400
27. Pair of Majolica wall brackets, each with a woman's face, acanthus leaves, blossoms, and architectural elements, white and olive-brown glaze, impressed mark SCHUTZ CILLI to interior, 10"h x 7.75"w x 6.5"d, excellent condition. 350-550
28. Queen Ann wingback chair with carved and curled arms and legs, down cushions, recent upholstery in pristine condition, 38"h x 26"w x 28"d, excellent condition. 300-500
29. Tole painted metal tray on stand, top painted in a variety of blossoms in many colors, rim with trailing vine with leaves and berries in gold paint, wrought iron vine handles, 28.5" x 24.5", 18" curled wrought iron collapsible stand, excellent condition. 200-300
30. German hand painted porcelain two-piece compote, four cherubs to base support oval supporting bowl with reticulated rim, applied blossoms to base, oval and bowl, hand painted blossoms and gold linear decorations, ink stamps to base include von Schierholz hallmark and Made in German, both pieces impressed 4, 9.25"h x 12"w x 8"d, excellent condition. 300-500
31. Pair of Majolica vases, figures of black children to each. The boy with large hat wearing knickers and carrying a basket under his arm, the girl with large hat with flower wears a flowing shirt and skirt and carries a basket and a watermelon. Their faces have great expression and detail, both are backed by floral form vases of tall leaves topped by delicate blossoms. Boy with impressed 335, 23 and ink initials, Girl impressed 733. 11.5"h, terrific condition, a few insignificant glaze flakes to boy. 400-600
32. Pair of Staffordshire pottery figural spill vases, each depicting a bearded man holding a torch and a young girl holding a bundle, both showing age with minor chips and glaze flakes, 12.25"h x 7"w x 4"d. 300-500
33. Four Staffordshire pottery figural groups. Dog rescuing child spill vase, large area repaired with old metal staples, 8"h x 5.25"w x 2"d. Tithe Pig group, married couple with baby, minister and pigs, loss to one arm and several leaves, 6"h x 5"w x 3"d. Little girl riding spaniel dog, extensive restoration to base, 8.5"h x 8.5"w x 3.5"d. Man with woman holding mandolin, missing woman's forearm, 7"h x 4"w x 2.5"d. 300-500
34. Pair of Majolica style plaques in high relief. One has a courting scene, the other an interior scene with peasant girl seated on a fireplace feeding birds. Great color and some work done in full relief. Courting scene with incised 123, L, peasant girl unmarked. 12" x 9", excellent condition, original frames show some wear and losses to edges. 300-500
35. Hand painted Limoges porcelain plaque, lovely lady with basket of sleeping cherubs, gold painted molded border, back ink stamped Limoges France, 13.25"h x 9.25"h, excellent condition. 300-500
36. Carved walnut side chair, pierce carved back with two winged bare breasted women with hairy paw feet, great shell carved crown and leaves, base with carved griffin heads, medallions and open work. Excellent condition. 250-400
37. Antique English candle stand, top appears to 18th century, stem 19th century, rich graining to blood red stem, great patina, hand forged metal support under stem, some repairs to legs, 26"h, 19"d. 200-400
38. Pair of blue porcelain bolted urns with gold painted relief decorations of lion faces, blossoms and acanthus leaves, on brass footed bases, 14"h, excellent condition. 300-500
39. Pair of French porcelain bolted and mounted urns, applied courting scenes with striking hand painted gold decorations, acorn finials, mounts show some mint green patina, 12.5", excellent condition. 300-500
40. Pair of hand painted porcelain bolted urns with white and yellow roses with pink centers to body and stem, with gold floral and border decorations, two-handled forms with acanthus leaf bases, unmarked, 12.5"h x 7"w, excellent condition. 250-350
41. French hand painted porcelain lidded and footed vase, medallion decoration of cherub flying over young courting couple, gold painted borders with acanthus leaves and blossoms, reticulated lid with gold finial, base ink stamped WG & C France, underside of lid with painted initials, 14.5"h x 5.5"d, some gold loss, heat line to finial, chip lid inner rim. 400-600
42. Pair of hand painted footed urns, four panels to each with peacocks and flowers separated by molded acanthus leaves with gilt highlights, four acanthus legs, reticulated necks, lids have matching decorations, fancy finials. Small, old chip to one shoulder edge, insignificant paint loss. Gold painted anchor marks, 15"h x 7"d. 400-600
43. Pair of Sampson Chinese porcelain lamps on French ormolu bases, ribbed vases with floral decorations and gold linear accents, dolphin footed base with reticulated bottom section, porcelain is 12"h, one ormolu base is bent. 600-800
44. Hand painted Italian porcelain figure of piano player with elongated and grotesque features by Giuseppe Cappe, ink signature to base, YK/17, 8"h x 6"w x 7"d. Condition: restoration to hair on right side of head, base of candle stick, virtually no losses to the rest. 400-600
45. Hand painted Italian porcelain figure of violinist with elongated and grotesque features by Giuseppe Cappe, ink signature to base, YK/15, 8.5"h x 4.5"w. Condition: restoration to violin's neck and small portion of lace on left sleeve. 400-600
46. Hand painted Italian porcelain figure of conductor with elongated features by Giuseppe Cappe, ink signature to base, YK/16, 9"h x 4.75"w x 5"d. Condition: restoration to middle of music stand, to one finger, and small spot atop base, virtually no losses to the rest. 400-600
47. Walnut Renaissance Revival corner chair, turned legs, spindle back, spoon carved, burled accents, geometric carved band to skirt, floral needlepoint seat on blue-gray background, 25"h x 25"w. Excellent condition structurally, finish, and upholstery. 400-600
48. Early 19th century Korean chest, great brass hardware, interior has three drawers over storage compartment, rich red-brown painted exterior, unusual slot-locking mechanism, 27"h x 34"w x 16.5"d. 800-1,200
49. Signed Libbey cut crystal compote with hobstars and cross-hatchings, 5"h x 9.75"d, a few minor flakes to rim. 500-700
50. Signed Hawkes tray, tightly cut hobstars, fans to edges, 15.5" x 10.5", several small chips to underside. 500-700
51. American Brilliant cut crystal footed bowl, hobstars and cross-hatching, 9"h x 9.25"d, three small chips to interior rim, minor roughnesses. 600-800
52. American Brilliant cut crystal handled three-section dish, hobstars and cross-hatching, 6"h x 11"w, 0.25" x 0.25" scratched area, minor flakes to rim. 600-800
53. Cut crystal deep bowl with Reed & Barton sterling rim, 4.5"h x 9.75"d, small dings to sterling. 200-500
54. Cut crystal lidded jar with hobstars and fans, 8.5"h x 5.5"d, very good condition. 200-500
55. American Brilliant cut crystal footed vase with hobstars and cross-hatching, 11.5"h x 5"d, chipped tooth to rim. 200-500
56. Hunt cut crystal bowl, Royal pattern, deeply cut with and cross-hatching, 4"h x 9"d, two chips to side. 200-500
57. Standing mahogany vitrine with brass string inlay, beveled glass panels to sides, original wood two-handle tray top, drop front door is locked with no key, top shows some sun bleaching and water stains, 36"h x 25"w x 16"d. 300-500
58. Pair of French style walnut three-drawer stands, serpentine forms with pierce carved skirting, 20th century, 29"h x 15"w x 11.5"d. 400-600
59. Signed Hawkes tray, Queen's or Princess pattern, 11"d, shallow flake to rim. 600-800
60. Blackmer heavy cut crystal tray, Columbia pattern, 13.5"d, faint knife marks, several small chips to underside. 600-800
61. American Brilliant cut crystal bowl with hobstars and cross-hatching, 3.5"h x 10"d, small flakes to rim. 200-500
62. Signed Libbey cut crystal base for punch bowl with cattails, 4.75"h x 14"d, two small flakes to foot, small chip to top. 200-500
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
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
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
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
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 repoussé roses and leaves around base and repoussé 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
92. French style flamed mahogany dining table, radial patterned grain to top with contrasting burled edging, eight-sided inlaid skirt with diamond medallions, reeded legs with inlaid and mounted capitals, 46"d closed plus three 15" leaves, some expected scratches from use, 1.25" x 0.75" area of veneer repair to top. 600-800
93. Set of six French style dining chairs, 20th century, carved wood frames in great "worn" white patina, brass tacks connect modeled deep red and black vinyl seats and backs, 36"h x 20"w x 17"d, excellent condition. 400-600
94. Fancy mahogany console table, 20th century, six nicely turned legs on stylized paw feet, ogee edged top, pierce carved skirt. Excellent condition. 36"h x 54"w x 16"d. 300-500
95. William Jacob Baer, Cincinnati, 1860-1941, Portrait of a girl, 1916, red Conte pencil on paper, 23" x 18", signed. 200-300
96. William Jacob Baer, Cincinnati, 1860-1941, Portrait of a man, 1916, red Conte pencil on paper, 23" x 18", signed. 200-300
97. John Franklin Earhart, Cincinnati, 1853-1938, Arts and Crafts landscape with sycamores, 1903, oil on board, 10" x 7", signed. 300-500
98. Arthur Louis Helwig, Cincinnati, 1899-1976, Harbor with distant lighthouse, oil on board, 9" x 12", signed, in shadowbox frame. 300-500
99. Indiana forest interior path, oil on canvas, 6.5" x 12", unsigned, ornate carved and gilt wide frame, back of frame stamped F.W. Walker Art Department Madison Ind. 300-400
100. William Edwin Gebhardt, Cincinnati, b.1907, Still life with flowers and vase, 1934, oil on canvas, 24" x 20", signed. 300-500
101. J.E. Fulweiler, Cincinnati, Wagon trail scene with gun battle, 1904, pen and ink, 11" x 16", signed. 400-600
102. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Garden with red blossoms, 1907, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed on back, from the Hurley family. 200-300
103. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Farm gate and logs, 1908, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed on back, from the Hurley family. 200-300
104. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Country path with foot bridge, 1908, watercolor, 6" x 8", signed, from the Hurley family. 200-300
105. Israel Abramofsky, Ohio, 1888-1975, Snowscape with houses, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed, reverse of board has unfinished scene with two figures and houses. 300-500
106. Marjorie Rey Rickard, California, 1893-1968, Landscape with colorful trees, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed. 300-500
107. Marjorie Rey Rickard, California, 1893-1968, Landscape with blue and green hills, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed. 300-500
108. Elsa Martin Anshutz, Florida, 20th century, The Foreign Boats Come to Gloucester, watercolor, 21" x 28", signed, label on back from 1954 North Shore Arts Exhibition in Gloucester. 400-600
109. Walter James Roberts, England, b.1907, Landscape with cows at pond, oil on board, 10.5" x 14.5", signed. 400-600
110. Pair of 19th century American oil on canvas portraits, Mennonite husband and wife, 30" x 25", matching gilt frames. 1,000-2,000
111. John Elwood Bundy, Indiana, 1853-1933, Man and woman loading hay wagon, oil on board, 8.5" x 11", signed. 1,000-2,000
112. William Henry Williamson, England, 1820-1885, Shepherd looking across harbor at his flock, oil on canvas, 8" x 15", signed. 600-800
113. British School, circle of Edwin Fletcher, Conversion ship with steam and sail on the ocean, oil on board, 13" x 17", unsigned. 400-600
114. Hudson River School forest interior, oil on canvas, 17" x 14", unsigned. 400-600
115. Kittinger executive eight-drawer desk, solid walnut with carved and applied trim, beautifully constructed, all sides paneled and decorated, original brass drop hardware, original brass tag reads Kittinger Distinctive Furniture Buffalo 1866, center drawer with cubby insert tray, four drawers left, three drawers right, two solid walnut writing surfaces, rich original patina, expected scratches from use, lock replaced years ago, 30"h x 54" x 34". 500-1,000
116. S. Kirk & Son sterling footed center bowl, marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4152, monogram to side, 9.5"d x 4.5"h, 28.3ozt, 1" shallow dent to side, scratches to interior, minor scratches and dings. 350-450
117. Six sterling goblets, 6.5"h, 29.5ozt, monogrammed, marked STERLING 808 with Manchester Silver maker's mark, very good condition. 200-300
118. Group of Camargo Club sterling golf tournament trophies, various makers. Four 4.5" tapered cups, two with gold wash interior, one 0.5" dent and several minor dents, 1936, 1941, two 1947. One 2.75" tapered punch cup, gold wash interior, excellent condition. One tray with reticulated rim, 1946 Best Ball Winners, 9.75"d, minor scratches. Total weight 32.6ozt. 400-600
119. Pair of Poole sterling three-light candelabra, reeded twist-arms, four threaded parts to each, weighted bases, very good condition, slight lean and insignificant dings, 15"h x 12"w. 500-700
120. Group of S. Kirk & Son sterling. Two repoussé nut spoons with fruit-decorated bowls, monograms to backs, marked S KIRK & SON INC STERLING, 5". Four repoussé petite baskets with rope twist handles, blossoms and leaves on stippled background to exterior of baskets, marked S KIRK & SON CO 925/1000, 2.25"h. Candy bowl with Lenox china insert with gold rim, silver marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4110, 3"h x 5.5"d, excellent condition with minor scratches. Total 12.6ozt. 200-300
121. Pair of sterling three-light threaded candelabra, reeded twist arms leading to side cups with wide drip pans, weighted bases, small dent to one drip pan, several minor dings, 13"h x 13"w. 300-500
122. Reed & Barton sterling four piece coffee service, Hepplewhite pattern, no monograms, each piece marked with maker's hallmark and STERLING 560. Coffee pot with urn finial, 9.25"h, base marked 17. Teapot with urn finial, 7"h, base marked HEPPLEWHITE 2PTS. Cream pitcher, 4.75"h. Two-handled sugar bowl, 3.75"h. Excellent condition with insignificant wear, approximately 65ozt. 1,200-1,500
123. S. Kirk & Son sterling pitcher, base marked S KIRK & SON STERLING 1205, 8.75"h, 21.3ozt, small dent to side, two small dents to foot. 300-400
124. Six sterling sherbets, monogrammed S to foot, 4.25"h, 12.7ozt, excellent condition. 150-250
125. Group of sterling golf trophies and club souvenirs, various makers, minor scratches and dings. Mint julep cup with beaded trim top and bottom, 4.25", Commercial Club 1958. Wallace footed bowl, Paul Revere pattern, 2.25", Commercial Club 1957. Two petite footed vases, 3", The Raquet Club 1940 and 1941. Murray Bay Golf Club 1968 plate, 8"d. University of Cincinnati presentation plate, 1970, 6"d. Low bowl, 5.25"d, marked C.C.C. 1952. Total weight 24.4ozt. 300-400
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 repoussé 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 repoussé 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
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
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
153. Fritz Halberg-Krauss, Germany, 1874-1951, Landscape with harbor and bushes, oil 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
155. Lewis Henry Meakin, Cincinnati, 1850-1917, Portrait of gypsy lady with cards and pipe, 1878, charcoal, 10.5" x 8.75", in ebonized frame with gold linear decorations. 300-500
156. John Ellsworth Weis, Cincinnati, 1892-1962, Forest interior, oil on board, 16" x 14", signed, back of board has incomplete Mt Adams view. 500-700
157. Martin Rettig, Cincinnati, 1869-1956, Still life with white and yellow daisies, oil on board, 16" x 12", signed. 300-500
158. Herbert Phillip Barnett, Cincinnati, 1910-1972, Park scene with pond and autumn trees, oil on canvas, 16" x 20", signed. 400-600
159. Emma Mendenhall, Cincinnati, 1874-1964, Garden in Taxco Mexico, watercolor, 18" x 14", signed. Cincinnati Art Club expo label on back, and location notes in the artist's hand. 600-800
160. Edward Henry Potthast Jr, Ohio/New York, 1880-1941, Harbor with people and castle, watercolor, 8.5" x 12.5", signed Potthast II. 800-1,200
161. Autumn Indiana forest interior, oil on canvas, 27" x 18", illegible signature lower right. 600-800
162. Impressionist riverside with houses, oil on canvas, 18" x 20", back bears the name Ernest Lawson NA. 400-600
163. Marie Goth, Indiana, 1887-1975, Portrait of woman in lavender dress, oil on canvas, 28" x 24", signed. 400-600
164. E.T. Gibbs, two charcoal landscapes, 27" x 10.5" each, matching matts and frames. 500-800
165. American 18th century tiger maple flip top table, beautifully turned stem on three snake feet, 29"h x 35"d, top refinished/French polished. 2,000-3,000
166. c.1810 burled and flamed mahogany octagonal game table, double-sided lyre base, detailed carvings of leaves and floral medallions, carved swag legs with brass capped feet, 30"h x 36"w, excellent condition. 2,000-3,000
167. Fancy flamed mahogany inlaid rocker, ornate walnut and mother of pearl inlays, string inlays, seven rope twist spindles to back, rope twist uprights, refinished. 37"h x 25"w x 16"d. 250-350
168. Renaissance Revival walnut marble top table with fancy underpinning, large central finial and burled accents, original finish, 30"h x 29"w x 20"d. 350-550
169. Walnut Renaissance Revival lady's secretary desk, finely carved blossoms in deep relief to backsplash, pierce carved letter rack to rear support, beautifully turned uprights, pierce carved side skirts, single drawer, fitted interior, green felt top, burled accents, 39"h x 22"w x 17"d, excellent condition, terrific size and form. 800-1,200
170. Large ornate Kirk repoussé sterling tureen, c.1860s, repoussé and chased decorations include man leading a rearing horse in front of a church, farm scene with cows and buildings, blossoms, leaves, and acanthus scrolls, pomegranate finial, TG in repoussé monogram, marked S Kirk & Son 11OZ, 6"h x 12.5"w x 9.5"d, approximately 80ozt, excellent condition. 2,500-3,500
171. Early 18th century London sterling sauce server with wooden handle, hallmarks include crowned leopard, lion passant, M date letter, and W-F maker's mark, also marked B, c.1727, several minor dents and scratches, 4.2 ounces with handle. 150-250
172. Pair of ornate silver plate serving spoons, repoussé blossoms and leaves with chased details, twisted vine stems, scalloped gold wash bowls with etched acanthus and linear decorations, unmarked, 8.5", excellent condition. 75-125
173. Eleven pieces of Gorham sterling flatware, King George pattern, marked Sterling with lion/anchor-G marks, stag insignia, faded gold wash: six place spoons, 7"; five dinner forks, 7". 23.6ozt. Sells with one silver plate Gorham Kings II dinner fork. 250-350
174. Fancy five-piece hand decorated Sheffield serving set, porcelain handles hand painted with blossoms and leaves thickly applied, with flat painted gold scrolling and trellis work, with either green or blue to tops and bottoms of each handle, blades marked Sheffield England: 9.25" cake server, two 10.75" carving forks, two 13" carving knives, all in excellent condition with minor wear to paint. 100-200
175. Group of twenty-six Dominick & Haff repoussé sterling spoons, Rococo pattern, all marked PAT'D 88 STERLING with hallmark of open rectangle / circle / diamond associated with Dominick & Haff, total weight 26.8ozt. Nine 8.5" serving spoons, marked DUHME & CO, monograms to backs, some bowls bent. Eleven 5.5" spoons with ribbed and folded design to bowls, gold wash bowls, marked 1866-1891 on back. Six 5.5" fruit spoons with pointed bowls, marked E.E. ISBELL & CO, monograms to backs. 400-600
176. Gorham sterling soup ladle, Chantilly pattern, marked PAT 1895 STERLING with lion/anchor/G hallmarks, no monogram and no removal, scrolled accents to bowl, 12.5", 6.7ozt, excellent condition. 300-500
177. Sterling punch ladle by Bailey, Banks & Biddle, shell and acanthus accents, marked Bailey Banks & Biddle Sterling, 14", 8.8ozt, monogrammed, excellent condition. 300-400
178. Manchester sterling bowl, Art Nouveau design, fluted rim, monogram to rim, base marked Sterling 794 with Manchester Silver's hallmark, 3.25"h x 10"d, 13.2ozt, minor scratches and rubbings. 150-250
179. Pair of fancy silver plate wine coolers by Lawrence B. Smith Co, shells to rim, fancy trim, handles with leaves at body, original galvanized metal inserts, bases marked LSB Co with maker's hallmarks, EPNS SUPERFINE, 2232. 10"h x 9.5"w, excellent condition. 100-200
180. Ribbed sterling bowl with fluted rim, marked The Howlan Co STERLING, 3"h x 9"d, 11.3ozt, several small dents to bottom of bowl. 150-250
181. French sterling wine taster, sides of bowl with repoussé decorations of gadrooning to one half and thumb spots to other half, looped serpent handle, 1868 Napoleon III two-franc coin inset to bowl, 1"h x 4.25"w, 3.1ozt, excellent condition. Hallmarks: Minerva head with numeral 1 (one on side, one on handle); maker's mark LC in diamond with crossed lines between. 200-300
182. Duhme spring clip, relief decoration of tall burning torch with wreath and ribbons, back with open work decorations, marked Sterling Duhme & Co 134, hallmark, monogram LGF, 3.25", approximately 1.9ozt, excellent condition. 50-150
183. Reed & Barton sterling footed bowl, base marked Reed & Barton Sterling X1455, Paul Revere Reproduction 9in, base inscribed THANK YOU - 1951, 9"d x 4.5"h, 24.4ozt, small dent to rim, minor scratches and dings. 200-300
184. Reed & Barton sterling flatware service for eight with serving pieces, Savannah pattern, monogrammed C, 67 pieces: eight dinner forks, 7.5"; sixteen teaspoons, 6"; eight salad forks, 6.5"; eight soup spoons, 7"; eight iced tea spoons, 7.5"; eight hollow sterling handle dinner knives, 9"; eight hollow sterling handle butter knives, 6.5"; tablespoon, 8.75"; pierced tablespoon, 8.75"; cream ladle with dipper spout, 6.75. Approximately 70ozt solid pieces, plus mixed-metal knives, excellent condition. 1,000-1,500
185. Large Towle sterling flatware service with many serving pieces, 154 pieces, Mary Chilton pattern, monogrammed B, most pieces marked 925/1000 Pat 1912 Sterling with Towle maker's mark, very good condition with some wear: twelve dinner forks, 7.75"; eight lunch forks, 7.25"; twenty teaspoons, 6"; eight iced teaspoons, 8"; six tablespoons, 8.25"; eight flat handled butter spreaders, 6"; eight salad forks, 6.25"; twelve hollow handle dinner knives, 10"; ten hollow handle lunch knives, 9"; eight orange spoons, 6"; twelve soup spoons, 5.75"; eight square bowl gumbo spoons, 7.5"; eight cocktail forks, 6"; twelve demitasse spoons, 4"; one sugar spoon, 5.75"; one cream ladle, 6" (monogrammed J.S.W.); one gravy ladle, 6.5"; one pair sugar tongs, 5"; one cold meat fork, 8"; one pie server, 10.5", blade as is; one cake server, 9.75"; large carving set with 12" fork, 15" knife, and 14" sharpener; small carving set with 9" fork and 10.5" knife. Total weight of solid silver pieces is 119 troy ounces, sterling handled knives and servers total 89 ounces of mixed metals. 1,500-2,000
186. S. Kirk & Son repoussé sterling flatware service, with Manchester repoussé sterling additions, 56 pieces, no hallmarks, some inscribed with years on backs: nine dinner forks, 7.25"; one Manchester fork, 7"; four teaspoons, 6"; four teaspoons, 5.75"; one Manchester teaspoon, 5.75"; ten dessert forks, 6.25"; one Manchester dessert, 5.75"; eight hollow-handle dinner knives, 9"; one Manchester knife, 8.75"; two-piece wood salad servers with hollow sterling handles, 11"; one nut spoon with fruit embossed bowl, 5"; one shell-bowl sugar spoon, 6.25"; one Kirk lemon fork, 4.5"; one Stieff lemon fork, 4.75"; six solid butter spreaders, 5.25"; two cream ladles, 5.5"; one salt ladle, 3.75"; two Manchester table spoons, 7". Solid silver pieces total 49.7ozt, plus handled pieces. 800-1,200
187. Combined service of sterling and silver plate flatware. Twelve Gorham sterling Chantilly teaspoons, 6", lion/anchor/G marks, no monograms. Nine Gorham sterling Chantilly pastry forks, 6", lion/anchor/G marks, monograms. Twelve Gorham sterling Strasbourg cocktail forks, 5.5", lion/anchor/G marks, monograms. Eight Wallace sterling-handle Grande Baroque dinner knives, 10.25", marked Wallace Sterling 925, gold wash highlights to six. Four English sterling salt spoons, c.1868-9, London hallmarks with Barrage Davenport maker's mark, 4.5". Towle sterling Lafayette jelly spoon with lobed rim bowl, 6", monogram. London sterling two-tine serving fork, 8.25", hallmarks, no monogram. English sterling salt spoon, 4", rubbed hallmarks. London sterling Sherry hang tag, c.1853-4, London hallmarks with Charles Rawlings & William Summers maker's mark, 2". Towle sterling-handle Old Master bottle opener, 6.25", no monogram. Twelve heavy silver plate dinner forks with acanthus and budding-branch decorations, relief monogram to reverse, 8.5". 30.4ozt for solid sterling pieces, plus handles. 500-700
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, repoussé 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
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 repoussé 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 repoussé 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 repoussé 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
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
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
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
223. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Landscape with field and trees, 1899, watercolor, 5.5" x 9", signed, from the Hurley family. 400-600
224. Frank Duveneck, attribution, Cincinnati, 1848-1919, Portrait of woman in white, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", unsigned, from the Hurley family. 1,000-2,000
225. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Arab courtyard scene with storyteller and laughing women, watercolor, 10" x 14", unsigned, attributed to I.B. Hurley. Provenance: From the Hurley family. 300-500
226. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, two watercolors, 5.5" x 9", pencil signed and dates to both: Niagara Falls with Maid of the Mist, Aug 24 1901; View of the Niagara River, Aug 26 1901. From the Hurley family. 400-600
227. Rookwood floral vellum vase, uncrazed example in oriental style decoration by E.T. Hurley of red and white cherry blossoms with green leaves and blue stems, on dark to light blue to cream background, 1944, #6189F, 4.5", mint, from the Hurley family. 400-600
228. Rookwood vase with flying rooks to shoulder, Tiger Eye / Empire Green drip glaze decoration by E.T. Hurley, 1924, #2705, 7", an attractive glaze, several glaze flaws, grinding flake, from the Hurley family. 250-450
229. Rookwood standard glaze ewer, E.T. Hurley, brown and yellow jonquils with green leaves on olive to tobacco brown to brown background, 1900, #868, 9", minor scratch to rear, from the Hurley family. 500-700
230. Rookwood standard glaze ewer, E.T. Hurley, yellow flowers and green leaves on olive to salmon to brown background, 1898, #777, 6", mint, from the Hurley family. 350-450
231. Rookwood scenic vellum vase by E.T. Hurley, school of fish in blue to green water, pink rim, 1911, 1655F, 6.75", painted-in glaze miss near base, from the Hurley family. 300-500
232. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Houseboat cabin on the banks of the Ohio River, 1897, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed, dated Jan-2-97, from the Hurley family. 600-800
233. William Alexander McCord, Cincinnati, d.1918, Anderson Ferry on the Ohio River, watercolor, 6" x 9", signed, from the Hurley family. 600-800
234. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Tole style floral still life, 1886, oil on board, signed and dated on back E.T. Hurley 1886 and T.E.A. Hurley 1886, an early student piece, from the Hurley family. 300-500
235. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Fountain Square in the snow, etching, 12" x 7", pencil signed. 300-500
236. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Ohio River from Devou Park, 8" x 12", pencil signed, dated and numbered. 400-600
237. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Rookwood Pottery Gates, etching, 9" x 12", pencil signed, dated and numbered. 500-700
238. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Canal at Vine St with trolley car, etching, 9" x 12", pencil signed, dated and numbered. 400-600
239. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950: two bronze trays, both in excellent condition. Three turtles swimming with concentric waves, 4.25", inscribed signature. Coat of arms with Greek phrase on ribbons, 6", impressed square signature. 400-600
240. Plaster cast of Madonna atop column, model for bronze cast, 13.5", line to stem, paint chips, from the Hurley family. 100-200
241. E.T. Hurley presentation gavel, silver band inscribed: E.T. Hurley / President / Xavier University Alumni Association / 1939. 10", chips and repaired chips to head, from the Hurley family. 100-200
242. Bronze bas relief profile portrait of E.T. Hurley by Irene Bishop Hurley, 5" x 3.5", signed IB Hurley 08 to front, back marked SKETCH OF ET HURLEY and signed in script Truly Yours ET Hurley, excellent condition, original brown-green patina, from the Hurley family. 300-500
243. Unique Rookwood Boss ashtray, rim decorated with numbered test glaze color palette from the Rookwood factory, 1947, 5.75"d, hairline, from the Hurley family. 200-400
244. Rookwood vase by Ed Diers. Standard glaze with stylized blossoms and buds in yellow and brown on olive green thorny stems with olive and dark green leaves, on a dark brown to muted orange background. 1900, #614F, 6"h, minute glaze bruise. 400-500
245. Rookwood handled jug by Mattie Foglesong. Standard glaze with a generous bunch of green grapes on brown leaves and stems on a dark brown to muted orange background. 1898, #737, 5.5"h, glaze scratch. 400-500
246. Monumental Rookwood porcelain glaze vase, fully decorated by Sara Sax with peacock with spread plumage and tropical bird in pastel shades of blue, green, red, violet and mauve, amidst green trees with pink and mauve blossoms, black and white Art Nouveau bands above and below, #2370, 1919, 21"h x 10"d, numerous glaze pits and heat flaws, base chip under glaze, 14" line to side, glaze line at rim. A truly monumental Rookwood vase with some firing issues, not uncommon in larger examples, from the Hurley family. 5,000-10,000
247. Rookwood vase by William Hentschel. Art Deco banded decoration of stylized blossoms. Mint green matt glaze with fabulous gunmetal overlaid drip glaze. 1928, #2499, V, 19"h, mint. A spectacular example in remarkable condition. 2,500-3,500
248. Rookwood vase by William Hentschel. Art Deco decoration of stylized vertical Eucalyptus branches and leaves. Beautiful drip glaze in shades of blue and brown. 1928, #2499, V, 19"h, mint. A spectacular example in remarkable condition. 2,000-3,000
249. Rookwood Arts and Crafts vase in spectacular tobacco brown mottled glaze with delicate yellow, aqua and medium blue highlights, panel decoration at top of shoulder, 1911, #1856B, 14", mint. 600-800
250. Rookwood floral vellum vase by Ed Diers, pale pink and cream blossoms on green leafy stems on light to dark blue background, peach interior, 1927, #1369F, incised V for vellum glaze, 6", uncrazed, mint. 800-1,200
251. Rookwood vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, rare Black Opal glaze, blue and white applied berries on black stems and leaves with blue veining, on a rich rose-colored background. Early signature, 1924, #1369E, 7.5"h, several glaze pops at rim, faint spider line to base. 1,000-1,500
252. Rookwood uncrazed porcelain glaze vase by William Hentschel, stylized Art Deco design in cobalt blue, green and brown on a cream background, 1924, #2759, ink signature, 6"d x 5.5"h, mint. 600-800
253. Rookwood vase by Jens Jensen. Porcelain glaze, uncrazed, with stylized blossoms in rose, cream and gray on a cobalt blue background. 1934, S, 5.5"h, mint. 500-600
254. Rookwood donkey figure in mottled caramel matt glaze, 1934, #6241, 6", Louise Abel design mark, mint. 250-350
255. Rookwood footed dish by Loretta Holtkamp. Cirrus glazed bold fish and geometric edging on a medium blue bisque background, 1953, #7124, 6.5"d, mint. An unusual form, design and glaze. 300-500
256. Rookwood vase, an uncrazed floral vellum by Fred Rothenbusch. Beautifully decorated with pale pink and cream daisies with yellow and tan centers on trailing green stems and leaves, all outlined in blue, on a pale pink to blue background. 1926, #1110, V, 5.5"d x 4"h, mint. 500-600
257. Rookwood vase, floral vellum by Ed Diers. Large pink blossoms with yellow centers on deep gray thorny stems and leaves on a light gray background. 1904, #1045, V, 5"h, light peppering at rim, mint. 450-550
258. Rookwood bowl, strong Arts and Crafts design of stylized leaves in 4 geometric corner panels, rich dark blue matt glaze, on four feet, 1923, #2529, some scratches to bottom, excellent condition, 12"d x 2.5"h. 300-400
259. Rookwood Arts and Crafts vase, rim decoration of twisting leaves and berries in a mottled olive green and tan matt glaze, 1914, #2152, 4.5"d x 2"h, glaze bubbles to interior and base. 150-250
260. Rookwood Arts and Crafts vase, rim decoration of stylized leaves and berries in a rich yellow matt glaze, 1930, #2153, esoteric mark, 8"d x 3"h, some peppering to interior. 200-300
261. Great Sheraton style flamed mahogany eight-leg sideboard with burled accents, mansard topped side cabinets with diamond inlaid designs to curved slopes, original drop-ring hardware with urn centers, string inlaid ovals, two drawers over one drawer to center flanked by side cabinets of one drawer over one door, mahogany secondary wood, some expected veneer loss and heat discoloration, 84"w x 45"h x 26"d. An elegant sideboard with provenance from a historical Cincinnati estate. 2,000-3,000
262. Rookwood carved matt vase by William Hentschel, overlapping Arts & Crafts panels of leaves and pods in shades of red, violet, blue and olive green on mottled olive to blue background, 1915, #853, 10.25"h, 8"d at base, mint, pin point glaze pops are evenly distributed and not an issue. 1,200-1,800
263. Rookwood Arts and Crafts vase by William Hentschel, fabulous carved matt. Stylized blue and pink blossoms wrap shoulder, great mottled ivory, brown and tan background. 1915, #2100, 4.5"h, mint. A great Hentschel example. 600-800
264. L&JG Stickley China Cabinet, #729, two doors of twelve glass panes over two lower cabinet doors, hand-hammered hardware, decal to inside top of right door. Appears to be original finish. Excellent condition, expected wear to edges, loss to finish at side of both locks, 2"chip to bottom of left rear leg. 70"h x 47"w x 16"d. A terrific cabinet. 12,000-16,000
265. Rookwood plaque, scenic vellum by E.T. Hurley. Tall trees in shades of cocoa, cream and tan atop pale green ground reflecting into cream water, backed by cocoa hills and a cream colored sky. Signed ETH lower left, and framed in a beautiful 3" wide oak Arts and Crafts frame. 9"h x 11"w, mint. 2,000-3,000
266. Early Roseville Art Nouveau style umbrella stand. Perhaps Egypto or Chloron. Great design of swirling leaves and vines and poppy blossoms covered in a thick frog skin matt green glaze. Unmarked, 22"h, three base chips. 400-600
267. Gustav Stickley dining table with six original leaves, quarter-sawn top, large center pedestal and four legs with mortised construction, nicely shaped stretchers. Appears to be original finish. Burn mark. Some water stains to top, 0.25" chip to edge of top, several small areas of top have light lacquer. 54"d x 28.5"h. 7,000-9,000
268. Six Gustav Stickley dining chairs, five side chairs, one arm chair, all with brown leather seats and broad brass tacks to edges, red decals to all. Excellent condition, armchair and four side chairs appear to be in original finish, one side chair appears to be refinished and has some tack holes to top of seat back, leather seats have some scratches. Side chairs: 37.5"h x 18.5"w x 16.5"d. Armchair: 37.5"h x 26"w x 18.5"d. 4,500-6,000
269. Weller L'Art Nouveau vase, 1903-04, large example in matt finish with sculpted edging and paneled decoration of twisting vines and blossoms in yellow, rose, blue and salmon. Large incised mark reads Weller Matt, 13"h, spectacular condition, several minute glaze misses. 600-800
270. L.C. Tiffany vase, footed form with broad ruffled rim of iridescent glass in shades of gold, orange, and yellow. Signed L.C.T. 427B, 5"h, mint. 500-700
271. Quezal vase, ribbed low form of iridescent glass in shades of gold, orange, pink and yellow. Unsigned, 5.5"d x 2.5"h, mint. 300-400
272. Grueby Arts and Crafts tile, landscape decoration with tall trees with brown trunks and dark green leaves on medium and dark green rolling ground backed by deep cobalt water and blue-gray distant mountains and a pale blue sky, delicately executed raised edging to all shapes. Initialed MD in celadon green glaze on reverse, 6"square, in newer 2" wide oak frame. Small chip to right bottom corner and top edge center, chips are small and do not show when framed. 3,000-4,000
273. Silvercrest sterling on bronze vase, silver geese and cattails against terrific nut brown patina with mint green highlights, wafer mark to base, impressed REAL BRONZE 8051, 12.75", excellent condition. 800-1,000
274. Silvercrest sterling on bronze vase, silver branches with pinecones on mint green to brown patina, impressed marks, 4.5", excellent condition. 250-350
275. Heintz sterling on bronze vase, Art Nouveau blossoms and scrolling stems from stylized plant stem, original gold dore finish, impressed maker's mark with 3845 and STERLING ON BRONZE PAT AUG 2712, 8.5", excellent condition. 250-350
276. Gustav Stickley sideboard, three drawers over one drawer with undershelf and splash, hand-hammered hardware, decal to left drawer. Excellent condition, finish appears to have been lightly overcoated, some stains to top and undershelf. 39"h to top of splash, 36"h to top of surface, 48"w x 20"d. 2,000-3,000
277. Pair of Stickley Brothers oak Arts and Crafts side chairs, splined seats, Stickley Brothers and Henshaw paper labels, 36"h x 17"w x 15.5"d, nice finish and excellent condition. 300-500
278. Gustav Stickley single drawer library table, hand-hammered hardware, red label to drawer interior, top with stains and some discoloration, good condition, 30"h x 36" w x 24"d. 800-1,200
279. Framed Arts and Crafts style tile landscape, two polychrome Motawi tiles in wide quarter sawn oak frame in excellent finish, 13.5" x 21.25", not antique. 350-450
280. Arts and Crafts glass mosaic from the Wurlitzer home, geometric forms of iridescent glass, in wide quarter sawn oak frame in excellent finish, 10.5" x 17.5". 300-400
281. Robert Mapplethorpe, USA, 1946-1989, Calla Lily, 1984, transfer on porcelain. Stamped "Swid Powell, Robert Mapplethorpe," titled and dated. In original box. 400-500
282. Bronze Arts and Crafts round deep tray, nice nut brown patina with green highlights, marked Made in Sweden, 11.5"d x 1.25"h, minor scratches. 100-200
283. Craftsman Studios Arts and Crafts copper tray, oval center decoration with stylized conch shell, nicely riveted handles, impressed marks, 21" x 9", minor scratches and abrasions. 200-300
284. Arts and Crafts quarter sawn round oak dining table, pedestal base, solid oak top, unknown label, base in original finish, top refinished, 48"d, excellent condition. 400-600
285. Limbert oak Arts and Crafts side chair, splined seat, burn mark, 37"h x 16"w x 16.5"d, nice finish and excellent condition. 200-300
286. L & JG Stickley oak Arts and Crafts leather seat side chair, original seat with replaced brown leather, 34"h x 20"w x 16"d, nice finish and excellent condition, evidence of old upholstery tacks across top stretcher. 200-300
287. Stickley single drawer library table, through-tenon construction, drawer replaced, split to one leg with two tiny screw holes to same leg, refinished, 29"h x 40"w x 28"d. 800-1,200
288. Ohio blended glaze umbrella stand with egrets and cattails, 20.5", glaze pop. 200-400
289. Burley Winter broad-mouth vase, mottled orange and gray-green glaze, unmarked, glaze miss at shoulder, 12.25". 200-300
290. Niloak Missionware vases, lot of two. A 10" vase in a classic, broad-shouldered form of swirled brown, tan, red-brown and blue clay, sells with a low form vase of swirled brown, tan and blue, 5"d x 1.5"h, both impressed Niloak, both mint. 200-300
291. Martin Brothers vase, bulbous form covered in a mottled cream glaze with royal blue speckling. Incised script signature reads Martin Bros London & Southall, 9"h, mint. 400-600
292. Adamesk art pottery vase, England, great Arts and Crafts tapered form with three pretzel handles and three stylized medallions at shoulder, finger impressions circle the waist, all in a spectacular green, mustard and gunmetal leadless drip glaze. Base incised 3883, impressed logo and Adamesk, 7.5"h, two glaze pulls. 200-300
293. Carved oak sideboard with mirrored splash (matches Lots 294 & 295). Four carved, full standing 16" figures: two falconers with falcons on arm, feathered cap, pouch and knife on belt and (Left), two guardsman/scouts with long staff, powder horn and knife on belt, both with knee high boots with detailed shoe laces and eyelets. Two drawers (one is silver drawer) over two doors over one drawer. Fitted interior with secret compartment. Quarter-sawn oak in original finish, beveled mirror, Robt. Mitchell label. Excellent condition, 58"h x 62"w x 25"d. 2,500-3,500
294. Carved oak china cabinet with full standing figures, 16"h (matches Lots 293 & 295). (Right) Falconer with falcon on arm, feathered cap, pouch and knife on belt and (Left) Guardsman/Scout with long staff, powder horn and knife on belt, both with knee high boots with detailed shoe laces and eyelets. Crown in finely carved geometric pattern. Curved glass center panel, mirrored back, original finish, Robt. Mitchell label. Excellent condition, staff repaired, 62"h x 44"w x 18"d. 2,000-3,000
295. Carved oak dining table, (matches Lots 293 & 294), solid quarter-sawn oak pedestal base with four carved panels, Falconer with falcon and Huntsman/Scout with horn and spear, flared feet with carved edging, sells with five original leaves. Terrific condition, appears to be original finish, 30"h x 50"d. 800-1,200
296. Country store regulator clock, original dial reads DRINK Coca Cola, original lower glass reading 5 CENTS has been nicely repainted, 0.5" segment of trim below crown missing, repaired pendulum stem, key reads Ansonia Clock Co, 34.25"h x 17.5"w. 400-600
297. Cincinnati Art Carved hanging shelf, deeply carved, top has leaves and berries over raised letters reading WAVERLY with uniquely scalloped edging, unique and detailed sunflower to crown surrounded by blossoms and leaves, sides carved with blossoms with very deep centers, bottom has trailing branch with blossoms and leaves matching sides, geometric and half-circle blossom patterns to fronts, back inlaid with the word Sister and delicate branches, three-piece pine back with worn burgundy velvet covering to front, leaf carved to back of bottom board, repairs around finials, original finish and great patina, 27.5"h x 24"w x 8"d. An exceptional example of carving from the Cincinnati Art Carvers. 1,000-2,000
298. 19th century ornately carved English flamed oak desk, grotesque faces and swirling vines to drawer fronts, floral medallions and pods of fruit in deep relief, top leather inset to front half of top, breaks down into three pieces, 29.5"h x 60"w x 29.5"d. Leather shows its age, some stains and water marks to top. 1,000-1,500
299. Early tall case clock, c.1830, unusual design with brass framed porthole to front, walnut and oak, great early glass, scalloped crown appears to have been replaced years ago, four free-standing columns to bonnet, bracket feet, tole painted metal face with peaches and leaves to each corner and partial world map to top, 83"h x 19"w x 9.25"d, excellent condition. 2,000-3,000
300. Herschede grandfather clock, full standing reeded columns with elegant bun feet, beautifully embossed face with moon dial, beveled glass, five tubes, three weights, recently serviced, 78"h x 19"w x 13"d, excellent condition. 1,000-2,000
301. Arts and Crafts grandfather clock, oak case with brass numerals and hands, nice corbels to crown, refinished, 76"h x 26"w x 12.5"d. 700-1,000
302. Globe Wernicke mahogany four stack barrister's case with leaded glass door to top section, 60"h x 34"w x 12"d, superb condition. 800-1,200
303. Pair of carved oak standing cabinets. Carved doors with regal man and child with basket of fruit, outer edge in design of carved window, ornate original iron hinges with open work, unique and fancy metal locking system. Leg fronts with carved zig-zags. Sides and front of lower bouts in beautiful linen fold carving. Excellent condition. 50"h x 19"w x 16"d. 800-1,200
304. Large gilt hanging mirror, acanthus and blossoms carved to corners, 57.5" x 47". 400-600
305. Bruce Crane, Old Lyme CT, A.N.A., 1857-1937, Frosted Fields, oil on canvas, 28" x 36", signed, hand written title card on back. 20,000-25,000
306. Frank Russell Green, New York, A.N.A., 1856-1940, Early fall landscape with distant hills, oil on canvas, 12" x 16", signed. 1,500-2,500
307. Charles Towne, England, 1763-1842, Landscape with lakeside castle and swans, oil on canvas, 13" x 17.5", signed. 800-1,200
308. Fred De Forrest Schook, Chicago, 1872-1942, Early autumn landscape with distant farm, oil on canvas, 26" x 32", signed. 1,000-2,000
309. Dixie Selden, Cincinnati, 1871-1936, In Palma, 1933, street scene with people, oil on board, 15.75" x 11.75", signed. Signed title card on back, back of board reads Palma 1933. This painting is number 826 in Genetta McLean's catalog, Dixie Selden: An American Impressionist From Cincinnati. 10,000-15,000
310. Clara Hoffmann, Cincinnati, 1862-1897, Schoolboy on steps with apple, oil on board, 10.75" x 6.25", signed. Works by this short-lived artist and Duveneck student are rarely found. 1,000-2,000
311. Garden scene with bare-breasted woman in Classical red gown by stone fountain with gargoyle spout, pink and violet blossoms with yellow stamen, oil on canvas, 36" x 22", signed Ira Keller, obscure date possibly 1885. 1,500-2,000
312. Eduard A. Schmidt, Germany, 1806-1862, Soldiers after battle with distant camp, 1851, oil on canvas, 25" x 20", signed. 800-1,200
313. Outstanding oil on canvas portrait of Louisa Pleydell Bouverie at about age ten, in white dress and pantaloons, holding a spray of flowers and a wooden shovel, with a castle in the background, c.1821, 51" x 39.5", in museum quality hand carved gilt frame with exceptional detail including florettes, shells, scrolls, blossoms, dramatic curved leaves, and pierced work, 62" x 52", frame in very good condition. Louisa Bouverie (1811-1898) was daughter of Admiral Duncombe Pleydell Bouverie, second son of the Lord Radnor. She was married to the Honorable Samuel Hay. 10,000-15,000
314. Pair of 18th century formal portraits of man and woman, oil on canvas, 30" x 25", matching gilt carved frames. 2,500-3,500
315. Karl Leipold, Germany, 1864-1943, Atmospheric harbor scene with boats, oil on canvas, 18" x 28", signed. 1,500-2,000
316. Victor Casnelli, Cincinnati, 1867-1961, Desert merchants, gouache, 11" x 18", signed. 1,500-2,000
317. Dutch floral still life after Jan van Huysum, oil on canvas, 22.75" x 19.75", in wide ebonized frame. 1,500-2,500
318. Henry Lawrence Faulkner, Kentucky, 1924-1981, Alice the goat holding long pink drape, standing on turf with blossoms atop four polychrome columns, oil on board, 28.5" x 14", signed. Sells with a new copy of The Outrageous Life of Henry Faulkner - Portrait of an Appalachian Artist by Charles House, Univ Tennessee Press, factory sealed. 6,000-8,000
319. Henry Lawrence Faulkner, Kentucky, 1924-1981, High heel shoe and lemon, oil on board, 10" x 14", signed. 5,000-7,000
320. Henry Lawrence Faulkner, Kentucky, 1924-1981, Portrait of Robert Kennedy, oil on board, 12" x 10", signed. 5,000-7,000
321. Norman Macbeth, Scotland, 1821-1888, Portrait of a gentleman, oil on canvas, 11" x 9.25", unsigned, artist's name on plaque to frame. 1,000-1,500
322. 18th century portrait of man in armor and blue sash, oil on canvas, 32" x 25.5", unsigned. 4,000-6,000
323. Portrait of Augustine Martzen, lady of the court of King Leckzinsky of Poland, oil on canvas, 32" x 25.5", unsigned, old label identifies subject and her date of death in 1763. 1,500-2,500
324. Portrait of gentleman in long gray wig and brown cloak, oil on canvas, 32" x 27", unsigned. 4,000-6,000
325. Louis XV period French marble top commode, formerly of the Romanoff's Winter Palace in St Petersburg, two-drawer bombe form, rosewood with inlaid panels to drawer fronts and sides, brass mounts to top and bottom of legs and front skirt, beautifully grained pink and cream marble with black accents, ogee cut top with corner accents, top signed AFR in four styles, 34"h x 42"w x 22"d, expected veneer losses, overall excellent condition. Provenance: Rare and Decorative Furnishings of the Romanoffs, Wallace H Day Galleries, 1931, with bill of lading; Chrysler Museum, 1990s. 10,000-15,000
326. Pair of Louis XV period French formal fauteuil armchairs in yellow and white jacquard weave silk, beautifully carved floral crowns and accents to knees and feet, excellent condition, 38"h x 28"w x 24"d, museum quality. Provenance: formerly in the Dayton Art Institute. 4,000-6,000
327. Louis XV period French marble top oval writing table, single drawer, mahogany with acanthus mounted feet and floral medallions, inlaid basket weave pattern to skirt with floral accents, shield-form escutcheons, mottled gray and white inset marble top, kidney shaped lower shelf, 28"h x 23.5"w x 17.5"d, expected veneer losses. 5,000-10,000
328. Late 18th to early 19th century French circular mahogany marble top table en chiffoniere, sliding door exposes three curved drawers, middle drawer with hinged writing surface lid, delicate brass ring handles, reticulated brass gallery, gray and white marble inset top, under shelf, mounted feet, 29.5"h x 14"d, some repaired splits to loose under-shelf, some restoration. 5,000-10,000
329. Louis XV period French rosewood dressing table, hinged flip-up center mirror flanked by two oval hinged side compartments with brass escutcheons, beautifully formed brass gallery, open work to side supports, serpentine center drawer, original leather casters (very rare to be intact), 29"h x 31.5"w x 17"d, expected veneer losses, no key. Provenance: former Dayton Art Institute deaccession. 5,000-7,000
330. Handel Teroca overlay Arts and Crafts table lamp, eight-paneled shade of mottled amber and cream slag glass with detailed lattice work to skirt in design of green oak leaves and red-brown acorns. Shade marked Handel Lamps, 18"d, excellent condition. The Handel base is a classic A&C form in a rich red-brown and green patina, three-socket top with acorn pulls, replaced cord. Original felt bottom missing. 23"h. 3,500-4,000
331. Handel table lamp, reverse painted chipped ice shade with landscape in green, blue, red, brown and yellow, shade marked HANDEL to shade interior and metal fitter ring, Handel base with ribbed stem, unmarked, 21.5"h, 14.75"d shade, narrow 0.25" chip to rim. 2,500-3,500
332. Handel Arts and Crafts table lamp, stunning reverse painted chipped-ice shade with six large burgundy, olive green and tan chrysanthemum blossoms with olive green leaves each culminating into a black linear decoration at shade opening, all on a tan and muted yellow background. Shade signed Handel 3167, B., 12.5"d, total height is 20", expected minor paint flaking and minor roughness to bottom rim, terrific condition. The base, marked Handel, is in a strong A&C design of overlapping leaves with a classic reeded stem. Gooseneck, two-socket top with acorn pulls, newly replaced cord. 2,500-3,500
333. Heavily carved walnut console cabinet, two doors with ornate iron hinges and latches, panels carved in design of gothic windows with large central crown over shield flanked by panels of regal gent and lady with books, beautifully carved architectural and leaf motif corners. Lower bout has six carved linen drape panels, sides have two linen drape panels, paneled back. Original finish, excellent condition except minor repair at both latches. 56"h x 68"w x 20"d. 1,200-1,800
334. Handel bronze boudoir lamp, leaded glass Apple Blossom shade with petals in shades of pink, orange, lavender and cream with yellow centers, and leaves in shades of green, aqua and white. Bronze base with basket weave texture in red-brown patina, felt bottom missing. 14"h x 10"d, excellent condition. 2,500-3,500
335. Handel table lamp, reverse painted chipped ice shade with landscape with flying birds in green, orange, yellow and brown, shade marked 6504 HANDEL to shade interior and metal fitter ring, base impressed HANDEL with cloth label to base, 22"h, 15"d, small flake to shade rim, two chips to base, base has numbers scratched into surface. 2,500-3,500
336. Outstanding pair of c.1825 American slate-topped flip-top tables, tops painted in exquisite details of tole style floral bouquets with a variety of blossoms, gold painted vines, scrolls and thatch work to table borders and stems, three-leg base with turned stem and under-finial, New York attribution, 37"h flipped up, 27.5"h down, 18" x 17" top, paint and patina are superb with minor wear to gold, one top has been reattached to slate years ago, some replaced screws to flip mechanism. 4,000-6,000
337. Important carved walnut six-legged settee. Crown of sculpted top rail with fully relief carved cherub flanked by two young girls faces with flowing hair with pear and leaf adornments and two finials. Five back supports, center support has two pierce-carved griffins flanking a center cartouche in a nut pod design, four remaining supports are back-to-back griffins with trailing leaves. Uprights have acanthus leaves, bead work and floral medallions, carved skirt with two open-mouthed grotesque gargoyles. Settee is carved front and rear. Original finish, seat recovered in gold upholstery. Exceptional, dramatic settee. 35"h x 45"w x 19"d. 2,000-3,000
338. Fully carved walnut desk, finely detailed carvings on all sides. Drawer fronts with Man in the Mountain, vines and leaves, crown with shield medallion, leaves and geometric and floral edging. Dramatic bare-breasted full griffins with twisting tails and fierce faces support desk top. The sides have Man in the Mountain, shells, scrolls and basket-weave edging. Rear: Top panel with acanthus leaves, Man in the Mountain and grotesque faces, a large center panel with flamed-finial atop large urn flanked by two full standing griffins, two hairy paw feet at each corner. Excellent condition. 46"h x 46"w x 26"d. 2,000-3,000
339. Carved walnut side chair with standing lions at corners, pierce carved crown with horseman on horse, winged griffins, two rows of arcades to back that include alternating finials and spindles, Carved Man in the Mountain and edges with leaves and geometric designs. Original finish, excellent condition. 42"h x 18"w x 16"d. 300-500
340. Reverse painted 1920s table lamp with lakeside landscape with trees and distant mountains, base with artichoke finial and acanthus scrolls to stem and foot, 24"h x 18"d, two small chips to interior of shade at bottom, minor roughness at fitter, minor paint loss to base. 400-600
341. Bronze statue of a Cossack, after Evgenie A. Lanceray (Russia 1848-1886), fully armed and holding a goblet, dark brown patina, on green marble base, Cyrillic signature, 19.5", excellent condition. 1,500-2,500
342. Aladdin lamp, c. 1935-36, base in rose moonstone in the Corinthian form, with pink model #201 shade, original chimney with etched Aladdin signature, burner knob marked Mantle Lamp Co NU-TYPE Model B Aladdin Patents Pending Made in USA Chicago Ill, total height 24". 350-450
343. Gooseneck table lamp, signed Quezal iridescent shade with trailing burgundy decoration on cream ground, gold interior, nice bronzed metal base with reeded stem, acanthus leaf foot, and fern leaves to base of stem and over fitter, acorn pull, original fitter screws, excellent condition. 350-550
344. Bronze polychrome statue of a crusader, detailed helmet and flowing robes over full-body chain mail, tower shield, holding long sword in scabbard, base reads Le Preur, atop green marble base with metal tag reading Crusader, Maurice Favre, 21"h bronze, 23"h total. 1,000-2,000
345. Reverse painted table lamp, six ribbed glass panels decorated with fans of polychrome acanthus leaves, six sided base with panels of garlands and blossoms on trellis work in relief with polychrome accents, 24"h, 20"d shade, excellent condition. 1,200-1,800
346. Bronze replica of Greek statue on pedestal, rich green-brown original patina with gold highlights, marked P.B.u.Co. Munchen Made in Germany, 14". 400-600
347. Bradley & Hubbard slag glass table lamp, six panel shade with mottled cream and brown glass, leaf and berry overlay with excellent detail and depth, base with ribbed urn-form stem and two rings of leaf and berry motif to foot, cast-embossed Bradley & Hubbard Mfg Co with oil lamp icon to base, 22"h, 16.25"d, excellent condition with insignificant chips to interior of one panel. 800-1,200
348. Art Nouveau period table lamp with obverse painted landscape shade, base decorated with stylized acanthus leaves and trellis work, 24"h, 18"d, small chips to fitter rim. 600-800
349. Pair of four-light crystal candelabra, four S-curve arms, hanging crystal chains, 23"h x 15"d, excellent condition. 400-600
350. 19th century Delft charger depicting Rembrandt, with fruit and leaves to rim, ink marks to back include bottle / J / Delft hallmark with 501 and artist cipher, back impressed Joost Thooft & Labouchere 3 A, 15.5", excellent condition. 500-700
351. Large oval Delft style blue and white platter, fully decorated with panoramic royal courtyard scene of the Baroque Zwinger complex in Dresden, with intricate architectural details, front marked Zwinger Dresden, back with blue painted 2003 T, impressed Bf M 476 2, partial paper label from F Schultz China and Glassware Cincinnati O, 27.5" x 17.25", excellent condition. 1,000-2,000
352. Ornate heavy brass hanging mirror in Rococo style with dramatic swirled leaves and scrolling, sells with single leg marble top hanging console table with acanthus leaves and blossoms, black inset marble with white veins, mirror 28" x 21", table 17"h x 26"w. 300-500
353. Hand painted porcelain plaque depicting young woman in white dress with burning oil lamp, 6" x 4.5", back impressed 345, in gilt metal standing frame, 12" x 9", loss to gilding, plaque in excellent condition. 800-1,200
354. Hand painted German porcelain plaque depicting Madonna and Child in the style of Raphael, 6" diameter round plaque in 11.75" x 11.75" shadowbox frame, German ink stamp to back, artist signed front, excellent condition. 1,000-2,000
355. Pair of bronze mounted lidded marble urns, red marble with white veins, ram heads with twin-snake twist handles, hanging wreaths, fruit finials, wreaths to round foot atop square stepped base, 27"h x 13"w, chips to one stem, overall excellent condition with typical age lines. 4,000-6,000
356. Pair of ornate ewers, bare-breasted lady handle with dolphin head ends, four large Viking faces around body, cherub face to front, four dolphins to feet, also decorated with fruit, shells, scrolls and fans, copper inner body, 18.5"h, excellent condition. 300-500
357. Austrian bronze tent lamp, large example with great detail. An arab man stands on a large carpet next another man kneeling with his hand in a box of merchandise, behind him sits a table holding a hookah, coffee pot and lidded box. Leaning against and hanging from the tapestry tent are weapons, a long-handled fan, water jugs, and necklaces, and a large lantern hangs from the front, all of it mounted to black marble base. 14"h x 11"w x 9.5"d, some paint wear, a few chips to marble, including rear chip to corner, one mounting screw is missing nut under marble. 5,000-8,000
358. Austrian style bronze arab figural lamp, man seated on tiled floor surrounded by weapons and backed by a hanging rug, hanging domed light fixture with six glass panels in red, green and blue, back impressed Germany. Repaired splits to light fixture, sword missing handle, spear partially detached, some visible solder, rewired. 14"h x 7"w x 5"d. 1,500-2,500
359. Austrian bronze figural lamp, two arabs in hut with swinging cook pot over fire and utensils hanging on stone wall, marked Austria on back, faint polychrome paint, 8.5"h x 7"w x 6"d, excellent condition. 1,500-2,500
360. German bronze arab tent lamp with bare breasted woman holding tapestry under canopy, impressed GERMANY, 9.5"h x 6.25"w x 5"d, old paint partially worn. 2,000-3,000
361. Bronze and marble figural group, after Claude Michel Clodion (1738-1814), central figure of satyr with child and pipes, 12"h, marked Clodion, atop 3.25" red marble base with brass beaded trim, flanked by pair of cherub figural two-light candle stands, urn candle cups with wreaths, red marble bases with wreath trim, marked Clodion, 11"h x 8"w, excellent condition. 1,500-2,500
362. Leon Pilet, France, 1840-1916, Cold metal statue of a barrel maker, c.1900, title tag reads VIGNERON, signed in mold, excellent detail and patina, 24"h, excellent condition. 400-600
363. Bronze portrait bust of Michelangelo on marble base, marked MICHEL-ANGE, 15"h, chips to marble. 400-600
364. Elegant eleven-piece carved and inlaid dining set: Sideboard, wine cabinet, refractory table and eight chairs: two armchairs, six side chairs. Each piece with delicate wood inlaid fans, leaves and vines in multiple shades of varying woods, also rope twist edges, acanthus scrolling and brass hardware, all in rich original finish and in superb condition. Table 30"h x 37"w, 65-107" long. Sideboard 37"h x 73"w x 21"d. Wine Cabinet 46"h x 56"w x 20"d. Armchairs 42"h x 24"w x 24"d. Side chairs 40"h x 20"w x 18"d. 4,000-6,000
365. Pair of early 19th century Russian figural gilt bronze seven-light candelabra, each with semi draped woman holding a wreath in one hand, and in the other a large torch supporting the candle arms, all finely decorated with acanthus scrolls and blossoms, pedestal with petal-tip rims surrounding continuous frieze of cherubs and animals at play, top of each pedestal features the crest of Prince Demidov supported by two beasts and under a crown, 31.5", electrified, excellent condition. The Demidov (Dimidoff, Demidow) family acquired great wealth in the 18th century through iron mining and the production of weapons for the tsars. 5,000-10,000
366. Meissen clock on stand, monumental hand painted example with courting couple atop reticulated basket weave crown, clock front abundantly decorated with applied blossoms of many varieties, finely executed work in every area including a detailed courting scene to lower front. Sides and back decorated with floral bouquets. Base in same taste and includes insects and butterflies and is beautifully done. Clock and base with crossed sword marks, clock is incised No. 573, impressed 73, base is incised 572, impressed 54, Condition is superb, with some insignificant chips to petals, porcelain face shows two tiny screw holes at III and IX, some roughness at IX, chip to porcelain at XII, Total: 24"h x 14"w x 10"d; Clock itself: 20"h x 9"w x 6"d. 3,000-5,000
367. Florentine bronze and crystal chandelier, copy of a chandelier from the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles, 6" and 4" broad crystals, floral crystals, faceted crystals around crown framework to top, 6" pointed glass finials, large center font, 30"h. 2,000-3,000
368. Murano glass chandelier, blue grape clusters with green leaves, clear bobeches and hanging crystal chains, 30"h x 18"d. 1,000-2,000
369. c.1920s Satin brass chandelier, nine lights with etched glass shades and hanging crystals, urn form stem, 34"h. 300-500
370. Matched pair of white marble pedestals, two piece construction, 12.5"d square base supports reeded column, 36"h, 9"d at top, great quality marble, a few expected chips. 700-1,000
371. Mahogany tilt top table, c.1930s-40s, ogee edging to scalloped top, detailed four-toed claw feet, central cartouche and scroll to each leg, 29"h x 31"d, excellent condition, top shows some sun bleaching. 500-700
372. Louis Meynell, Massachusetts, born 1868, two comic oil on canvas library interior scenes with gentleman in Colonial coats and wigs, each 35" x 20" in matching frames: one man reading while two men doze with raven in foreground, signed; man standing with book by a fire that is licking at his coattails, unsigned. 800-1,200
373. Gabriel Carelli, Italy, 1821-1900, Peasants sitting behind church apse, watercolor, 10.25" x 6.5", signed. 800-1,200
374. A. Colbert, The Jolly Friar, oil on canvas, 13" x 10", signed, gilt openwork frame in shadowbox frame. 800-1,200
375. Gilbert Merle, Europe, 20th century, Dutch market scene with cathedral and many people, oil on canvas, 25" x 31", signed, nice carved frame. 600-800
376. William John Krullaars, Chicago, 1878-1945, snowscape with farmhouse and barn, oil on canvas, 20" x 22", signed. 800-1,200
377. Y. Gianni, Italy, 20th century, Bright Venice harbor scene, watercolor, 14.5" x 18", signed. 600-800
378. Charles Stepule, Landscape with winding river, oil on canvas, 25" x 30", signed. 500-700
379. Earlynne Foster, Barge on the Florida Intercoastal Waterway, oil on canvas, 32" x 42", signed. 600-1,000
380. Francis Vandeveer Kughler, New York, 1901-1970, Landscape with rolling hills, oil on canvas, 25" x 30", signed. 800-1,200
381. Henrik Hillbom, Sweden/Connecticut, 1863-1928, Forest interior with creek, oil on canvas-board, 16" x 20", signed. 700-900
382. Original Currier & Ives hand colored print: Death of President Lincoln, At Washington D.C. April 15th 1865, The Nation's Matyr, Entered according to act of Congress 1865 by Currier & Ives in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern Dist of NY, Pub'd by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St NY. Scene is partially colored, sheet size 13" x 17-5/8", impression 10" x 13.25", graphic image 8.25" x 12.75", excellent condition, matted and framed under glass. 1,000-2,000
383. John Stobart, USA/England, b.1929, The Statue of Liberty in a Panorama of New York Harbor in 1886, Maritime Heritage Print, 18" x 32" image, pencil signed and numbered. 800-1,200
384. Milton Caniff, New York, 1907-1988, Portrait of Steve Canyon smoking a pipe, pastel, 40" x 30", signed. 600-800
385. Milton Caniff, New York, 1907-1988, Portrait of Cheetah the showgirl, pastel, 40" x 30", initialed. 600-800
386. Wilma Yoder, Progress, WPA illustration featuring airplane and automobile, watercolor, 17" x 11", signed. 100-300
387. Adolph Gottlieb, New York, 1903-1974, Black Field, 1972, screenprint, 24" x 17", pencil signed and numbered 61/150. 800-1,200
388. Adolph Gottlieb, New York, 1903-1974, Crimson Ground, 1972, screenprint, 24" x 19", pencil signed and numbered 107/150. 800-1,200
389. Italo Scanga, California, 1932-2001, Napoli, 1989, lithograph, 42" x 30", pencil signed and numbered 7/40. 800-1,200
390. Hans Thoma, Germany, 1839-1924, Male nude on the rocks, 1894, watercolor, 7.5" x 8.5", artist's monogram. Sells with old German folio of Thoma's work and German text. 300-500
391. Portrait of bearded man in thick robes, oil on canvas, 48" x 36", signed lower left. 300-500
392. Antique Kerman rug, 44 panels with writing, 4 panels with trees, minor wear, 1" repair near center, 7' x 9'6". 3,000-4,000
393. Kazak carpet, strong color, cut down, some repairs and wear, 88" x 49". 300-500
394. Pair of gold plated Italian bronze candle sticks by Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), Louis XV style, highly detailed work with wreaths and blossoms, reeded and gadrooned stem, marked F BARBEDIENNE to side of bases, 11", excellent condition. 800-1,200
395. Whale oil lamp, twin tube burner, etched font with swags, criss-cross pattern, half-circles and tassels, threaded stem, threaded stem, brass over iron base, 67 impressed in iron, 9.75"h, 4.25"d base, very good condition. 300-500
396. Bronze Art Nouveau four-light candelabra, c.1900, broad acanthus leaves to arms, drip pans and base, with chased texturing, excellent condition, original patina, 12"h x 13"d. 300-500
397. Matched pair of flamed mahogany corner china cupboards with curved fronts, two doors over one drawer over two doors, Greek key edging to crowns, original drop-pull hardware, made by Drexel, pristine condition, 70"h x 35"w x 21"d. 1,200-1,800
398. Large c.1920s Persian carpet, several small worn areas, 11'3" x 7'3". 1,500-2,500
399. Antique Kurd rug with stylized people and animals, a few minor repairs, 3'6" x 7'. 1,200-1,500
400. French bronze Victorian highly ornate seven-light candelabra, twisting acanthus leaf arms, open work to stem, acanthus leaves to base with three paw feet, excellent condition, original patina, 23"h x 14"d. 400-600
401. Pair of Louis XVI French gilt bronze two-light sconces, arrow and ribbon form, decorated with blossoms, acanthus leaves, bead work, beaded chains, back marked with C in diamond foundry mark, 24"h x 10"w, slight bend to one. 800-1,200
402. Pair of wrought iron and brass table lamps, pad foot tripod bases, adjustable height arms, brass font, 20th century, 21.75"h x 14"d, excellent condition, needs rewiring. 250-450
403. Austrian Bronze figural inkwell, Buffalo with arched back, powerful stance, detailed musculature and brass horns atop rocky ground, flanked by square inkwells with hinged lids. Underside of base impressed Made In Austria, underside of both lids marked HK, VII, metal inserts to both, one attached, one loose, no glass or porcelain inserts, 15"w x 6"h x 6"d. Excellent condition. 400-600
404. Two framed Prattware scenic English pot lids: Albert Memorial, 4" in 6" frame, excellent condition; Church of the Holy Trinity - Stratford on Avon, 4.75" in 7" frame, hairlines to interior. Both set into frame with silicone adhesive for easy removal. 150-250
405. Two framed Prattware scenic English pot lids: The Chin-Chew River, with ship to shore battle, 4" in 6" frame, restoration to interior. Untitled courtyard scene with nobleman, horse and servants, 4" in 6.25" frame, excellent condition. Both set into frame with silicone adhesive for easy removal. 150-250
406. Two framed Prattware scenic English pot lids: Transplanting Rice, field scene with pagodas, 4.25" in 6.75" frame, very good condition. Pegwell Bay with fishing boats, 4" in 6.25" frame, 2" loss to inner rim hidden by frame. Both set into frame with silicone adhesive for easy removal. 150-250
407. Two framed Prattware scenic English pot lids, both depicting beached fishing boats with families tending their nets, 4" in 6" frames, one excellent condition, one has 4" crack to interior rim. Both set into frame with silicone adhesive for easy removal. 150-250
408. Large Sarouk carpet, 1920s, 13' x 24', one patch to back, a few repairs, minor fading, overall very good color and condition. 4,000-7,000
409. Early 19th century burled walnut hanging cabinet with finely detailed carving to front door, ornate brass escutcheons, four brass corner medallions, dovetailed corners, two shelves to interior, 20"h x 18"w x 9"d, excellent condition. 400-600
410. c.1925 finely carved solid walnut cabinet, deeply carved front with blossoms and trailing leaves, geometric edging, brass drop-pull hardware, one drawer over one door, 39"h x 26"w x 16"d, a great shape, excellent condition. 500-700
411. Persian Tabriz carpet, red field with yellow center medallion and white corners, yellow border, birds and deer amidst floral designs, 6' x 9', 20th century, excellent condition. 1,000-1,500
412. Swiss twelve-tune cylinder music box in carved oak case with hinged glass inner lid, 10" cylinder, all teeth intact except tip of far left, marked Jacot's Safety Check, patent dates 1885-1888, plays well but needs cleaning, 8.25"h x 28"w x 12.5"d. 1,000-1,500
413. Twelve-tune cylinder music box, carved walnut case with hinged glass inner lid, interior crank, 11" cylinder, all teeth intact, speed adjustment lever, plays well but needs cleaning, 5.75"h x 21"w x 9"d, scratches and chips to case, 0.5" square loss to wood to interior. 600-800
414. Six-tune cylinder music box, walnut lidded case with hinged glass inner lid applied floral bouquet to top, 3-6/8" cylinder, works marked USA PATENT SEPT 25TH 1884, illustrated paper label with list of tunes, plays well, all teeth intact, 4.75"h x 13"w x 7"d. 300-500
415. Room size oriental style carpet, 20th century, 11' x 8', excellent condition. 400-600
416. Chippendale chair, beautifully carved back, mortised stretchers, 38"h x 21"w x 18"d, typical wear and some restoration to back. 300-500
417. Ornate standing clock, open work frame with cherub and acanthus scrolls, frame marked PAT OCT 2 1906 in raised letters, back of works marked MADE IN USA, 10.5"h x 7.75"w x 3"d. 300-500
418. French gold-patinated bronze and alabaster mantle clock, large center finial urn with ram head to front full of blossoms and leaves, flaming urn side finials, cherubs sit at corners, acanthus leaf accents, wreath swags at front, porcelain face with Arabic and Roman numerals marked Lepaute A Paris, bell marked FRANCE, several cracks and chips to porcelain, no glass to face, 14.5"h x 15"w x 5". 400-600
419. French bronze figural mantle clock, draped woman on bench holding small harp, music stand with sheet music atop clock with porcelain face, acanthus decorations, scrolled crown over clock, hinged beveled glass doors to front and back of clock, heavy base with Art Deco linear decorations on four feet, works marked with 0/7 within oval and 2903, 13.25"h x 15.5"w x 5.5"d, small chip to front bevel, small chip and fine lines to porcelain. Provenance: formerly from the Mount St Martin (Jones Mansion) in Newport, KY. 300-500
420. Indian Oushak carpet, mid 20th century, 14' x 9'8", two or three isolated areas of moth damage. 1,000-1,500
421. Persian rug, 4'9" x 8'6", even all-over wear. 400-600
422. Six early framed silhouettes, sells with early wood flip lid box in which they were found in the attic: Man and woman, cut-out paper on black cloth, penciled details, in matching round carved wood frames, 5.5"d. Man and woman, cut-out paper faces on black cloth, with hand drawn and cut-out clothes, matching wood frames, 5.5" x 4.5". Woman with tall hat and blue jacket, print, black and gold painted frame, 6.5" x 6.25". Man, black painted on white, wood frame, 6.5" x 4.5". 300-500
423. Hand painted miniature portrait on ivory, elegant woman in orange dress with green wrap, signed, 3.25" x 2.5", in 5.5" x 4.5" black wood frame, age crack to frame. 200-300
424. Louis Vuitton style hard-shell suitcase, classic stenciled brown and gold design, cotton interior in terrific condition, original tray, cotton woven handles, leather and brass tack edging, LHP monogram to side, original leather handle shows wear, a few nicks to corners, 13"h x 22"w x 15.5"d, overall in fabulous condition. 200-300
425. This item will only be shipped domestically. Rosewood tea caddy, hinged top with fancy handle and Jacquard lined interior, two interior compartments with ivory knobs to lids, inset brass lock and escutcheon, 6"h x 12"w x 6"d, excellent condition, no key. 300-400
426. Sarouk carpet, 1920s, 10' x 7', minor fading. 1,000-2,000
427. Three hand painted dresser jars. Blue glass jar, lid painted with French courtier on boardwalk surrounded by acanthus scrolls, base decorated with stylized tassels, 2"h, excellent condition. Porcelain jar with three little girls atop lid surrounded by blossoms, relief vines to base, 2.75"h, several small losses. Amber tinted celluloid with miniature painting of woman with cherub to lid in copper oval frame to lid, 1"h, cracks. 100-200
428. Two hand constructed solid copper cupolas, wood frame to base tapered octagonal forms with five louvered vents to each panel, riveted and hand soldered seams, decorative globe finials, terrific mint green patina, 54"h, 25"d top, 36"d bottom. Condition: weather worn, bottom skirting is bent and folded as evidence of removal, one finial detached. 800-1,200
429. Antique blue Sarouk, deep blue center, plum border, floral decorations, 5' x 6'9". 1,800-2,200
430. Set of six ornate gold decorated Selb dinner plates, gold sconces and hanging wreaths on white center, gold blossoms on custard background to rim, two bands of gold-on-gold decorations, crown hallmark H&Co Selb Bavaria Heinrich & Co, also marked Edgerton, 11", excellent condition. 150-250
431. Set of twelve Dresden hand painted dinner plates, white and pink blossoms and green leaves to center, intricately gold painted rim, blue Dresden Germany with lamb marks, 10.25", minor scratches, excellent condition. 300-500
432. Twelve hand painted French plates, family crest to center with coat of arms flanked by lion and beast over the motto SOLA VIRTUS INVICTA (bravery alone is invincible), borders decorated with blossoms and urns, backs hand signed France with two hallmarks, one mark similar to Lowestoft, 10.5"d. Condition: most have insignificant to minor wear, one with a rim chip and crack, and 2" x 1" restoration to rim. 400-600
433. Set of twelve Copeland gold decorated dinner plates, acanthus leaves and blossoms with stylized leaves to outer rim, marked Copeland China England Gilman Collamore Co 5th Ave & 30th Street New York, 10.5", excellent condition. 300-500
434. Four pieces of early English Leeds china: 18" x 14" platter with green border, chip and hairline; 16" x 12" platter with green border, chip and knife marks; 13" x 10" platter with blue border, impressed ADAM mark; small gravy pitcher with green border, 3.25"h x 6"w, chip and hairlines. 250-450
435. Large English covered tureen and underplate, blue and gold decorations, fancy finial and handles, ink marked Whieldon Ware Knowsley F Winkle & Co Ltd England, tureen 7.5"h w 12"w, 11.25" underplate, excellent condition. 150-250
436. Pair of Burslem flow blue china tureens by Bourne & Leigh, Florentine pattern, with floral decorations and landscapes, gold rimmed, acanthus handles to lids and bowls, 6"h x 13" x 8", repaired chip to one interior rim, otherwise excellent. 200-300
437. Four Burslem flow blue nesting platters by Bourne & Leigh, Florentine pattern, with floral decorations and landscapes, gold rimmed, 19", 17", 15", 14". Overall excellent condition, minor wear. 400-600
438. Burslem flow blue china by Bourne & Leigh, Florentine pattern, with floral decorations and landscapes, gold rimmed, five lunch plates, 9", and six bread plates, 8". Overall excellent condition, minor wear. 400-600
439. Eleven Burslem flow blue dinner plates by Bourne & Leigh, Florentine pattern, with floral decorations and landscapes, gold rimmed, 10". Overall excellent condition, minor wear. 500-700
440. Kerman rug, 1920s, 8' x 4'9", very good condition. 1,200-1,800
441. Nest of three Asiatic Pheasant purple platters, decorated with blossoms, pheasants and butterflies, 18.5", 14.5", 12", excellent condition. 300-500
442. Hutschenreuther Selb service for four with additions, Brighton pattern, gold acanthus borders: dinner, lunch and bread plates, berry bowls, cups and saucers, oval platter, oval vegetable, excellent condition. 200-400
443. Royal Copenhagen china service for four including coffee set, Blue Fluted Half Lace pattern. Coffee pot, 9"; lidded two-handle sugar bowl, 4"; cream pitcher, 4"; four demitasse cups and saucers; four dinner plates, 10"; four lunch plates, 7.5"; four soup bowls, 8.25". Excellent condition. 500-700
444. Herend hand plated covered tureen with platter/underplate, Rothschild Bird pattern, large bird finial to lid with relief oak leaves and acorns, thick stem handles with applied and painted blossoms, ribbed forms with basket weave borders to tureen and underplate. Lid, tureen and underplate each decorated with large central scene of two birds in tree, surrounded by butterflies and insects, gold rims to each piece. Base of tureen ink marked Herend Hungary Hand Painted 1014RO, base of underplate ink marked Herend Hungary Hand Painted 1103RO. Tureen 9"h x 12"w, underplate 13.5"w. Excellent condition. 400-600
445. Semi-antique wool carpet in bright colors, 20' x 11'6", excellent condition. 800-1,200
446. Pair of Chippendale style satin brass andirons, classic urn finials, paw and ball feet, secondary finial to rear leg, 34", very nice. 300-500
447. Pair of satin brass andirons, classic form with ball feet, secondary finials to rear leg, 22"h. 300-400
448. Pair of satin brass andirons, classic form with splay feet, 18". 300-400
449. c.1860 French brass fireplace fender, lion medallions to corners, pierced geometric design, 8"h x 42"w x 12"d, excellent condition. 400-600
450. Supreme Windproof Lighters in cardboard display rack, twelve unused Zippo-style lighters with enameled pinup girls, six different designs, 14" x 10" display, most lighters in good to very good condition, one with heavy losses to enamel, display marked $2 each in old ballpoint. 100-200
451. Three carved balsa rook or crow decoys, original black paint, amber glass eyes with black pupils, bent wire stands for feet, minor paint losses, one eye missing, age lines and cracks around beaks and heads, 17" long. 500-700
452. Folk Art farm scene by Alonzo Wood. Three-dimensional hand carved and painted farm scene with barn, log cabin with chimney and a front porch with a cat and a churn, covered well, pond, birdhouse with birds, ducks, snakes, rabbit, cows and fence. Signed on roof: Country Home made by Alonzo Wood, Ringgold, GA. Good condition, some breaks to fence, some losses, 53"long x 35"w. 400-600
453. Vinolia Shaving Soap lidded porcelain dish, 2"h x 3.25"d, excellent condition. 75-125
454. Matched pair of marble pedestals, mottled gray-olive-black-green, three piece construction, 40"h. 700-1,000
455. Marble pedestal, base with band of broad leaves, stem with acanthus leaves, unpolished top with open center, 29"h, 10.5"d top. 300-400
456. Bronze usubata vase with mounted elephant heads, engraved Greek key and Chinese character decorations to stem over bulbous lower stem, wide rim, mark to base has been removed, 12.75"h x 14.5"d, minor scratches. 500-700
457. Paul Jacoulet, France, 1902-1960, La Corbeille de Nefles, Chinese nun with fan, woodblock print, 15" x 11.5", signed, red chop stamp to front, numbered 264/350 on back. 1,000-1,500
458. Paul Jacoulet, France, 1902-1960, Pecheur de Sawara, Japanese fisher man, woodblock print, 15" x 11.5", signed, Mandarin duck stamp to front, numbered 264/350 on back. 500-700
459. Paul Jacoulet, France, 1902-1960, lot of two: Le Fils Qui Vient de Perdre Son Pere, Seoul, woodblock print, 15.5" x 12", signed, red leaf stamp to front, numbered 193/350 on back. Longevite Coree-Moppo, old man with deer, woodblock print, 15.5" x 12", signed, red blossom stamp to front, numbered 257/350 on back. 600-800
460. Imari center bowl, late 19th to early 20th century, stylized blue fingers and multi hued blossoms on white background to bowl, rim decorated with flying griffins and dragons with textured scales, interlocking medallion designs to side, uneven bowl surface, unmarked, excellent condition with expected wear to gold, one glaze pop to rim, 18.5"d x 4.25"h. 400-600
461. Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), Japan, 1786-1865, Diptych interior scene with family and servant, woodblock print, Toyokuni ga signature, 14" x 19", several small punctures, not examined out of frame. 300-500
462. Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), Japan, 1786-1865, Triptych of three samurai and one geisha, woodblock print, Toyokuni ga signature, 13.25" x 27", several small punctures, some fading, not examined out of frame. 300-500
463. Early 19th century Chinese Kong-style tea table, 12"h x 33"w x 20"d. 200-400
464. 19th century Chinese folding garden seat, pierce carved back, original leather seat, applied metal medallion bracings, 41"h x 33"w x 18"d, missing one medallion, good old paint and patina. 600-800
465. Japanese picnic basket, three stacking boxes and lid, lacquered wood and wicker, sides and top with carved decorations of animals, flower arrangements and gardens. Wood handle with brass mounted upper handle in rich brown patina with dragon faces, side supports finely pierce carved with animals and people, brass mountings. 20th century, very good condition, 23"h x 14" x 14". 300-500
466. Unusual cloisonné vase lamp, underwater scene with two swimming koi fish between rows of multi colored coral with large blossom and leafy stem floating at the top, dark red upper and bottom areas in stunning contrast to gray underwater field, with blue and gray stylized wave bands at top and bottom edges, 12", atop teak stand, several spider lines to bottom of sides, probably early 20th century. 400-600
467. Chinese bronze vase, deep relief decoration of dragon breathing fire, neck in relief decoration of cherry blossoms and branch handles, 15", converted to lamp, excellent condition. 200-400
468. Oriental table top screen, rosewood panel with applied soapstone carvings drops into base, stone carvings include rooster with vase on back, elephant on stand, cherries with leaves, and large vase with flowers, reverse of panel has gold painted blossoms with butterfly, 25"h x 16"w, excellent condition. 200-300
469. Pair of 19th century Peking glass bowls, mustard color, each finely carved in relief with people and animals among trees and mountains, both bowls have the same scene carved as mirror images of each other, 2.75"h x 6.25"d, excellent condition. 200-300
470. Pair c.1820-50 Ch'ing Dynasty blue and white bowls with five-toed dragon motifs, Tao Kuang mark to each base, 3.25"h x 6.75"d, excellent condition, formerly exhibited at the Dayton Art Institute. Sells with six Imari blue and white plates, each decorated with trees, huts, rooster, hen and chicks, 7", excellent condition. 200-300
471. Lot of two Cloisonné. Covered vase, early 20th century, black background with blossoms in red, pink, blue and yellow with green leaves, 4"h x 5"d, loss to enamel on finial. Flip lid box, early 20th century, white cherry branches with fruit and blossoms against pale blue background, three section green interior, 1.75"h x 7.5"w x 3.25"d, small losses to back. 200-300
472. Keiko Minami, Japan, 1911-2004, Modernist image of two birds in tree, woodblock print, 13.25" x 11.5", pencil signed. 200-400
473. Keiko Minami, Japan, 1911-2004, Modernist image of castle and bird, woodblock print, 14.25" x 11", pencil signed. 200-400
474. Woodblock print of two women, 19" x 13", old paper label to back reads: Maid bringing a candle to her mistress, Chinese, by Yu Chih Ling, AD 1684. 200-300

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