Spring Select Auction: April 29 (2005)

Lots 122-148

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

122. Rookwood vase in unusual apricot high glaze, very pale blue interior, 1933, #6358, 6½", tiny base flake. (125-225)
123. Pair of Rookwood Colonial woman w/fan bookends, white matt, 1943, #6252, McDonald design mark, 7"h, mint. (400-500)
124. Rookwood vase, aqua matt w/olive green butterfat highlights in stylized design of overlapping vertical leaves & vines, 1938, #6471, 9"h, mint. (250-350)
125. Rookwood advertising tray, top w/"woody" in cocoa high glaze w/red accents & "Woodburn 7895," bottom marked Walter E. Schott, Willys Distributor, Cash For Cars, 2320 Gilbert Ave Cincinnati OH, 1949, 6¾", mint. (150-250)
126. Rookwood rose matt Arts & Crafts vase, 1926, #602, 6¼", mint. (150-250)
127. Rookwood window box, cooperage design of flying birds, thistles & scrolls in black high glaze, 1949, #7017, 11" x 6½" x 6½", restoration to one bottom corner. (250-350)
128. Rookwood vase, tapered form w/paneled Arts & Crafts design, unusual rose to blue matt, 1915, #1748, 7", mint. (200-300)
129. Victor Casnelli, Cincinnati, 1867-1961, St Augustine breakers, 1941, oil on board, 25" x 36", signed, location & commission information on verso. (2,000-3,000)

An accomplished painter of Native Americans, Casnelli is also known for his landscapes and Mediterranean scenes. William Howard Taft commissioned Casenelli to paint murals in his home.

130. Victor Casnelli, Cincinnati, 1867-1961, Dawn at beach, 1950, oil on canvas, 26" x 36", signed V. Casnelli after FJ Waugh, dated "circa Feb 1950" verso. (1,000-1,500)
131. Hunt scene, oil on canvas, 20" x 24", signed R. Carmen. (400-600)
132. Marion Simonson, VA, b.1913, Two fishermen tending their nets, oil on canvas, 16" x 24", signed. (400-800)

A painter from Lively, VA, listed in Davenport's and Who Was Who.

133. Rudolph Tschudi, Cincinnati, 1855-1923, Landscape w/mountains and family in keelboat, 1900, oil on canvas, 22" x 27", d.1900. (800-1,200)

Well-listed Cincinnati artist known for landscapes, portraits, historical scenes and still life. This is an unusually large work for Tschudi.

134. Inez Russel Bolinger, IN, 20th century, Floral still life, oil on canvas, 36" x 40", signed. (500-700)

Bolinger studied at the John Heron Art School and was a pupil of Forsythe, Davisson and Wayman Adams. She exhibited widely, including entries at the Hoosier Salon, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Tampa Art Institute.

135. Oversized Cincinnati photo montage on board featuring the Tyler Davidson Fountain, the Rookwood Pottery building & Mt Adams incline, RKO Albee Theatre, & Columbia Parkway. Nicely framed, marked Marsh Studios, excellent condition, 4'6" x 8'6". (400-600)
136. Walnut Eastlake cylinder bookcase desk w/spoon carving of leaves & vines, fitted interior, original ornate brasses, good old finish, 94"h x 39"w x 22"d. (2,000-3,000)
137. c.1850 walnut marble top table, fully carved w/shell corners, full blossoms & scrolling, ornate acanthus finial, turtle top w/original ogee marble top, probably Cincinnati made, repair to marble, 30"h x 42"w x 28"d. (1,000-1,500)
138. Pair of E.T. Hurley bronze candlesticks, five-footed bases in seahorse forms, drip form stems, original dark patina, marked E.T. Hurley 914, 12¾"h. (800-1,000)
139. Rookwood vase, Arts & Crafts form in yellow mustard matt glaze, design of vertical leaves & stems, 1921, #2371, 10"h, stilt pull. (500-700)
140. Rookwood vase, Arts & Crafts form in dark blue matt glaze, geometric design, 1925, #2911, 9"h, mint. (400-600)
141. Rookwood ink well, life size rook stands atop fluted tray peering into central inkwell, dark blue matt, 1907, #998, complete, original insert & lid, 10"d x 7"h, line. (1,500-2,500)
142. Pair of Rookwood vases, wax matts by Margaret Helen McDonald, beautifully detailed daffodil blossoms & buds in pale yellow w/dark red & orange outlining, on pale green stems & leaves on a pink background, both 1932, #30E, 8½" h, one mint, one with tiny base flake. (2,000-3,000)
143. Fulper vase, Art Deco form in solid black glaze, impressed Fulper 863, 9", mint. (300-400)
144. Rookwood bottle vase, standard glaze w/yellow dandelions & green leaves, Rose Fechheimer, 1899, #765, 10¾", mint. (1,000-1,500)
145. Rookwood floral vellum cylinder vase by Carl Schmidt, lilies of the valley on dark green to cream background, 1913, 952, 9½", very faint hairline, classic Schmidt depth in execution. (500-800)
146. Rookwood vase, standard glaze in mustard yellow to tobacco brown, impressed yellow blossoms w/strong oriental influnce, Anna Maria Bookprinter, impressed Rookwood, 1885, #126A, 11¾", several tiny flakes at rim. (500-700)
147. c.1925 Japanese majolica style jardinière & pedestal, open work in bat design, green geometric stem pattern w/leaf & blossom clusters on yellow background, 12" jard, 27" ped, excellent condition. (300-500)
148. Tiger oak 2 door bookcase on massive paw feet w/intricately carved edging of twisted leaves, 60" x 42" x 14". (800-1,000)

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