Spring Select Auction (2006)

Lots 282-312

282. Walnut glass top dental cabinet, upper storage compartment, two sectioned drawers over instrument drawer over two doors, bevelled door fronts with black accent trim, original milk glass top, tag marked W.D. Allison Indianapolis, 38"h x 28"w x 17"d, excellent condition. 400-600
283. Walnut Victorian floor lamp, turned stem, paneled slag glass shade with sparrow and trellis aesthetic design, 72"h x 20"d. 400-600
284. Cherry fire screen with 26" x 23" cloth panel thickly embroidered with cattails, butterflies and lily pads in the early Limoges style of Rookwood, ornate wood lattice top panel, 45"h x 26"w, very good condition. 400-600
285. Inlaid side table, border and center star in alternating veneers of bird's eye maple and walnut with string inlay, turned legs, fancy carved edging, claw and glass-ball feet, 30"h, 15" x 15" top, some inlay loss. 250-450
286. Marble pedestal, cut corner top, decorative banding to stem, nine-sided base, 40". 200-400
287. Gorham sterling reticulated fruit bowl, ribbed form, marked with lion-anchor-G hallmark, Sterling A8143, 4"h x 10.5"w, excellent condition. 150-250
288. Pair of Tiffany & Co sterling trumpet vases, scalloped rims, gold wash interior, decorated stems with beaded ring above foot, marked Tiffany & Co Makers, 16673, 5351, Sterling Silver 925-1000. Scrolled monogram, 8"h x 4.5"w, minor dents. 900-1,100
289. Tiffany & Co sterling trumpet vase, scalloped rim, decorated stems with beaded ring above foot, marked Tiffany & Co Makers, 11908, 5353, Sterling Silver 925-1000, minor dents, 9.5"h. 450-550
290. Pair of Gorham sterling three-light candelabra, 8"h x 12"h. 125-175
291. Sterling silver vase by Frank Whiting Co, N. Attlebora Mass, six-sided form with band of reticulated acanthus scrolls to top, marked Sterling 5188 with W hallmark, script monogram, three minor impressions, 18". 400-600
292. English sterling ladle, c.1735 London, 3" x 2.5" egg shape bowl, nicely turned walnut handle, faint hallmarks. 200-300
293. Five piece sterling coffee set, International, with urn finials, scroll and leaf motifs, 9" coffee pot, 7" teapot, 6" sugar, 5"creamer, 4" waster, all monogrammed R, insignificant surface scratches. Sells with ornate silver plate two-handled and footed tray with scalloped edges, 26" x 17". 600-800
294. Sterling dresser box with beaded trim, inset hand painted ivory portrait medallion of woman, marked Sterling, Black, Starr & Frost, 196M, line to portrait, 5"w x 3"d x 1.5"h. 150-250
295. Gorham sterling overlaid 1.5 ounce glass flask, relief decorations of scrolls and blossoms, monogrammed, base marked 1407 with lion-anchor-G hallmark, 3.5"h x 2.25"w x 1"d, excellent condition. 100-150
296. Sterling travel flask set, three two-pint flasks in original fitted and velvet-lined attache case, caps marked W, G and V, monogrammed MCF, bases marked STERLING 2 PINTS, cases marked in gold Charlton & Co, flasks weigh approximately 69 ounces combined, 9" flasks in 17" x 9.5" x 2" case with leather handle and key, very good condition. 500-700
297. Georg Jensen sterling bar set in Acorn pattern, all marked Georg Jensen Sterling Denmark: cork screw, rare, 4.25"; stirring spoon, 8.25"; bottle opener, stainless bowl, 6.5"; fruit knife, serrated stainless blade, 6.5"; two-tine fruit fork, 4.75"; can opener, 5"; excellent condition. 800-1,000
298. Oversized pewter tankard, three ball feet and ball finial with floral relief decoration, base marked SVENSKT TENN with JLH and 09 oval marks, 9.5"h x 10"w, excellent condition. 200-300

299. Roland Donovan Osborne, IN, b.1904, Two oil landscapes on front and back of one board, 6" x 8.5", signed one side. 100-200

Born in Richmond, IN, Osborne exhibited at the Hoosier salon.

300. Joseph Ryan Woodwell, PA, 1842-1911, Farm landscape with stream, oil on board, 12" x 8", signed. 300-500

Woodwell exhibited at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition, National Academy of Design, Art Institute of Chicago, and Panama Pacific Exhibition of 1915. He worked in Pennsylvania, California, and Niagra Falls.

301. Frederick Stuart Church, A.N.A., NY, 1842-1927, Rustic room interior, 1874, pencil and gouache on paper, 10" x 14", signed and dated. 200-400

Born in Michigan, Frederick Stuart Church studied in New York at the Art Student's League and the National Academy of Design, of which he was later made a member. He was an illustrator for Harper's Magazine, and an accomplished etcher.

302. Landscape with winding stream, oil on board, 12" x 16", signed E. Bird. 300-500
303. Landscape with cows in gray tones, oil on board, 14" x 18", signed Andrew B. 200-400
304. Barn scene with sheep, oil on canvas, 12" x 18", signed E Olivier, probably the work of Emile Olivier (USA) or Emma Louise Olivier (France), both listed artists known for sheep paintings. 300-500
305. Two oils on canvas by William R Lavender, Britain, 19th century, both depicting a woman feeding birds in a Greek temple, 26" x 16", matching frames with old Liverpool labels, paint loss. 800-1,200

Listed British artist, known for genre, landscapes, and hunt scenes. Died in 1901.

306. Allegorical scene of goddess leading blind cupid, oil on chamfered panel, 6.75" x 4", signed, in wide gilt frame with acanthus border. 300-500
307. Jean Lareuse, France, b.1925, Two girls in fancy hats, watercolor, 23" x 17", signed. 500-700
308. 19th century interior scene with young ladies and matron, oil on canvas, 20" x 28", signed Ida Behrens. 200-400
309. Tin lithograph still life with plate of oysters, burning cigar, and two bottles of Gold Seal Urbana Wine, marked Chas W Shank Co Chicago 1952, 15" x 12.5". 150-250
310. Folk art clock in castle form with porches, terraces and railings, three bell towers, central tower houses bell, fully carved top to bottom, Lisbon maker, excellent condition, needs bell string pull, 42"h x 22"w x 13"d. 900-1,200
311. New York candy maker's table, oak X-frame base with white porcelain feet, original white glass top, 36"h x 30" x 20". 300-500
312. Frank Lloyd Wright designed fabric in red and pink, marked Ennis Block Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation An Exclusive Schumacher Screen Print, a few areas of fading, 88" x 58". 300-500