Spring Select Auction: April 29 (2005)

Lots 30-60

1-29 | 30-60 | 61-90 | 91-121 | 122-148 | 149-175 | 176-204
205-235 | 236-262 | 263-288 | 289-314 | 315-344 | 345-376 | 377-403

30. Duhme sterling gravy ladle, fiddle back w/nip, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, 6". (50-100)
31. Edward Kinsey sterling gravy ladle, marked E Kinsey, monogram, 8¼". (50-100)
32. Duhme sterling shell-bowl sugar scoop, twisted & engraved handle, marked Duhme & Co, monogram, 6¼". (50-100)
33. Duhme sterling master butter knife, twisted handle, engraved handle & blade, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, monogram, 7¾". (50-100)
34. Duhme sterling serving spoon, twisted & engraved handle, marked Duhme & Co, front engraved Carl, verso engraved w/German dedication, 8½". (75-150)
35. Duhme sterling fruit spoon, rolled edge bowl fully embossed w/daisies & geometrics, handle fully engraved, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, 7". (50-100)
36. Six E&D Kinsey sterling dinner forks, twisted & engraved handles, marked E&D Kinsey, monogram, 7". (100-200)
37. Twelve Duhme sterling teaspoons, twisted & engraved handles, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, engraved Alexander, 6". (200-300)
38. Three Oskamp Nolting sterling twist handle teaspoons, handle engraved w/leaves & blossoms, marked Sterling O.N. & Co, monogram, 5½". (50-100)
39. Six rare David Kinsey sterling serving spoons, marked David Kinsey, monogram, 9". (250-350)
40. Duhme sterling punch ladle, shell bowl, handle engraved w/lilies of the valley, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, 11". (300-500)
41. Duhme sterling punch ladle, handle engraved w/leaves & stylized cornucopia, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, monogram, 12". (250-450)
42. Duhme sterling punch ladle, fluted bowl, marked Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co, engraved Emma L Green, 12½". (300-500)
43. Kinsey sterling punch ladle, fiddle back handle, marked Kinsey w/square eagle hallmark, monogram, 13". (250-450)
44. E&D Kinsey sterling punch ladle, 1880-2, fiddle back handle w/nip, marked E&D Kinsey, monogram, 13". (250-450)
45. Paul Chidlaw, Cincinnati, 1900-1989, Abstract harbor scene, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed. (600-1,000)

A Cincinnati native who studied and later taught at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. In 1927, he studied at the L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He spent the next few years traveling and painting in Europe, following in the steps of the Impressionists. Chidlaw has had several exhibitions and is a well sought after artist.

46. Set of four framed die cuts by Sydney Griffin, 23" x 11" each, very good condition, marked copyright by Sydney B Griffin 1905. Dreary Lane, tramp being chased by bees. Dusty Roads, portly tramp kicking up dust. Frosty Fields, children throwing snowballs at tramp wearing fez. Sandy Beach, tramp raiding lovers' picnic basket. Terrific subject matter and graphics. A very special set. (1,200-1,500)

Syd Griffin (1854-1910) was the primary cartoonist for Truth magazine in New York. He created the back cover, containing full color insightful cartoons for which the magazine was known. He worked with Rose O'Neill at Truth ten years before she invented the Kewpie characters. Griffin was also a regular contributor to many other magazines.

47. Edward Vaclar Kleinert, Chicago, 20th century, Coastal scene with shack and distant church spire, 1932, oil on canvas, 18" x 24", signed & dated. (300-500)

Listed in Davenport's and Who's Who in American Art.

48. Luigi de Paolillo, b.1864, Italy, Landscape, oil on board, 29" x 37", signed. (800-1,200)
49. Lawrence McConaha, IN, 1894-1962, Art Deco portrait of a lady, oil on canvas, 21" x 24", signed. (400-600)

McConaha was known as the Dean of Wayne County artists and "Mr Art Association." He exhibited in Richmond every year from 1914 to 1961, and held several one man shows at the Art Association. He studied under George Baker and John E. Bundy. McConaha painted in Tahiti, and was the first Richmond artist elected to the Salmagundi Club.

50. William Stone Beeken, NJ, 1897-1952, Mountain town in winter, oil on board, 12" x 16", signed. (200-400)

Beeken was an aviator in World War I, and after the war worked as a mail pilot. He painted from memory the mountain landscapes he flew over in South America. He spent the last few years of his life painting in Vermont.

51. Robert Macaulay Stevenson, Scotland, 1854-1952, Impressionist landscape with houses, oil on board, 13" x 16", signed. (600-1,000)
52. Federal mirror, very early 19th century, New Hampshire origin, deep relief carved bunch of grapes on twisting vines & leaves, rope twist columns & crown, 29" x 20". (200-300)
53. Gorham "Camellia" sterling flatware service for eight. (500-1,000) Eight each of: dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, iced teaspoons, cream soup spoons, dinner knives, butter spreaders. Also: sugar scoop, gravy ladle, cake server, two-piece wood bowl salad set.
54. Sterling flatware service for 12 by International, Prelude pattern. 12 teaspoons, knives, dinner forks, salad forks, soups spoons. Serving pieces: 1 master butter, 6 butter spreaders, 1 shell-bowl sugar spoon. (400-600)
no photo
55. Eight S. Kirk & Sons Repousse teaspoons, excellent condition. (100-200)
56. Two mahogany Hepplewhite corner bookcases, string inlay, flamed mahogany backsplashes w/inlaid fleur di leis & applied linear carvings. 50"h x 76"w x 48"d, & 50"h x 69"w x 32"d. (1,200-2,000)
57. Mahogany Hepplewhite style dining set. Serpentine front eight-leg sideboard w/recessed cupboard & tall mirror backsplash, delicate fan inlaid corners, matching server, both w/crotch-front drawers & doors, pedestal form table w/six leaves, all with extensive string inlay, original finish & hardware, matching chairs w/open work to backs, inlaid top to bottom, one arm chair & six sides. Some expected veneer loss. Sideboard:38"h x 71"w x 26"d, Server, 35"h x 46"w x 19"d, Table: 60"d. (3,000-5,000)
58. Cast iron British phone booth by the Lion Foundry Co, Kirkintilloch. Old red paint w/crown medallion to top, latticed doors, solid back, shell only. The Lion Foundry was a renown maker of cast iron structures, facades, and ornamental elements. At one point they were the exclusive maker of the familiar red British phone booth. 8'6"h x 36"w x 36"d. (500-1,000)
59. Pair of Louis XVI side chairs, carved rosette crowns, beautifully tapered & reeded legs, in brocade rose & gold fabric. (200-400)
60. Inlaid petite curio, kidney form with burled and string inlay & beveled glass top, 31"h x 24"w x 15"d, minor veneer loss to top edging. (400-600)