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									                                 IMPORTANT NOTICE
Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection as to the condition
of each lot. Although condition reports may be given on request, such reports are state-
ments of opinion only. Regardless of whether or not a condition report is given, all
property is sold subject to Item 1 of our Conditions of Sale, which provides that all
property is sold as is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the property
is in good condition. All dimensions are approximate.




      **Bidders holding a valid Massachusetts or out of state resale number must
      provide their certificate of a copy thereof when registering, or they will be
             required to pay 5% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases.**




            FINE & DECORATIVE ART
                  AT AUCTION
                            Saturday, April 30, 2005
                                starting at 10:00 a.m.


                                  EXHIBITION
                Friday, April 29th , from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
              and the morning of the sale from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m.



                            Catalog: $12.60 in office
             $15.00 by mail (MA residents, please add $.60 sales tax)

                15% buyer’s premium will be added to all purchases.
    The buyer’s premium is 15% of the final bid price up to and including $50,000,
                    and 10% of the final bid price over $50,000.




                      ROBERT C. ELDRED CO., INC.
                                 P.O. BOX 796
                               1483 ROUTE 6A
                            EAST DENNIS, MA 02641
                 PHONE: (508) 385-3116       FAX: (508) 385-7201
                            e-mail: info@eldreds.com
                               www.eldreds.com
                               MA License no. 155
                                                       CONDITIONS OF SALE
        1. CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION: Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Eldred’s) has exercised reason-
able care to catalog and describe correctly the property to be sold, but neither Eldred’s nor its consignors warrant the correctness of
description, attribution, authenticity, or condition of said property. No statements shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an
assumption of liability with respect thereto.
        2. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered.
        3. Eldred’s reserves the right to withdraw any property before the sale.
        4. DETERMINATION OF HIGHEST BIDDER : The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event
of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer may determine who is the successful bidder or the auctioneer may re-offer the article in
dispute and his decision shall be final.
        5. REJECTION OF BIDS : The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any nominal raise or any bid or raise which, in his opinion,
is not commensurate with the value of the article being offered. At his discretion, he may also reject any nominal raise or any bid that he
may determine as having a detrimental effect on the item in question or the sale as a whole. Eldred’s may refuse to issue bidding privileges
to any person not in good credit standing with Eldred’s, or to any person who is deemed by Eldred’s in its sole discretion, to be disruptive
of or harmful to established auction practices, either before or after the acceptance of bids or the fall of the hammer.
        6. TITLE: Except as herein otherwise provided, title will pass to the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer, and the
property is thereafter at the purchaser’s sole risk and responsibility.
        7. PAYMENT: On title passing to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, and subject to all the conditions set forth
herein, such bidder will thereupon pay the full purchase price. Payment in full is due at the time of sale. Any bills not paid in full within
25 days of the date of the sale will accrue interest at a rate of 1.5% per month. In addition, the purchaser may be subject to one or more
of the following actions: a) Any and all legal remedies available to Eldred’s and its consignors by law including without limitation the
right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price; b) Immediate cancellation of the sale, with Eldred’s retaining as liquidated
damages all payments made by the purchaser; c) Resale of the property at public auction, wherein the original purchaser shall be liable for
any deficiency, costs, and Eldred’s commission on both sales. At Eldred’s option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full
until Eldred’s has collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, their authenticity has been confirmed.
  A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price.
        8. ORDER BIDS : Subject to these Conditions of Sale and to such terms and conditions as it may prescribe, but at no charge to the
customer, Eldred’s will undertake to execute all order bids submitted to it by a customer who has established credit with said company.
Requests for such bidding must be given in writing with such clearness as to leave no room for misunderstanding as to the amount to be
bid and must state the catalog number and the name or title of the article to be bid on. Telephone bids must be confirmed in writing or by
cable. All bids are kept in strict confidence. In the event of identical bids, the earliest will take precedence. Eldred’s shall not be held
responsible for errors or failure to execute bids. A deposit of 10% of the total amount bid is required. TELEPHONE BIDS : While the
sale is in progress, bidding by telephone may be allowed by the auctioneer at his discretion. A deposit of 10% of the anticipated top bid
is required. Eldred’s shall not be held responsible for any failure to properly execute such a bid whether it be due to equipment failure,
loss of connection, or failure to hear or understand the bidder’s directions. Any advice or opinions provided by Eldred’s or its employees
are given strictly as a courtesy and are not a warrant of condition, attribution, authenticity, or description of said property. All bidding by
telephone is solely at the risk of the bidder.
        9. CONDITION: If for any cause whatsoever any article sold cannot be delivered, or cannot be delivered in as good condition as
the same may have been at the time of sale, due to a failure or damage on the company’s part, the sale will be cancelled, and any amount
that may have been paid on account of the sale will be returned to the purchaser. EXCEPTION: Eldred’s will not be held responsible for
damage to picture frames or lamp shades.
        10. SALES TAX: All purchases are subject to the Massachusetts sales tax (currently 5%) unless the purchaser A) possesses a
Massachusetts sales tax exemption or resale number and registers that number with the company, B) is an out-of-state vendor who meets
all the requirements of Massachusetts Department of Revenue GLC 64H 1(5) and Directive 89-10 and registers with the company prior
to each purchase, or C) has purchases shipped out of state directly from Eldred’s by a bona fide shipping agent. Dealers, museums, etc.
can apply for a Massachusetts number prior to the auction by contacting the Massachusetts Department of Corporations and Taxation,
100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204.
        11.RESERVES : Unless advertised as an “Unreserved Auction”, all sales may have items subject to reserve (an agreed upon price
between the auctioneer and the consignor, below which the article will not be sold).
        12.UNDELIVERED ITEMS : All purchases not picked up within two weeks of the day of the sale may be shipped by Eldred’s to
the purchaser. All shipping, packing and handling charges will be the responsibility of the purchaser. If said articles have not been paid
for, see paragraph 7 above.
        13. PACKING: Purchasers are advised that packing and/or handling by Eldred’s employees is undertaken solely as a courtesy for
the convenience of customers. In the case of fragile articles, it will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the company. Handling and
packing by Eldred’s is at the risk of the purchaser. SHIPPING: When requested, Eldred’s may arrange shipment of paid purchases.
Eldred’s will not be responsible for damage or loss once the item has been received by the shipper. In the case of fragile articles, shipping
will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the shipper. Please refer to our Advice to Bidders for details.
        14.These Conditions of Sale cannot be altered except in writing by Eldred’s or by public announcement by the auctioneer at the
time of the sale.
        15.Bidding on any article(s) indicates acceptance of the terms set forth above.
        16.These Conditions of Sale and any suits arising thereunder shall be construed and governed by the laws of Massachusetts.
   FINE & DECORATIVE ART AT AUCTION
              April 30, 2005


              INDEX OF ARTISTS


Alexandroff, D.N.                   191, 192
Avery, Ralph Hillyer                     177
Bazzi, L.                                358
Brown, Mae Bennett                       360
Dunbar, Harold C.                 356B-356E
Edy-Legrand, Edouard-Leon-Louis          186
Fairfax                                  190
Grützner, Eduard                         352
Kruger, Erna                             178
Lancret, Nicolas (attr.)                 183
Lessieux, Ernest Louis                   179
Palmer, O.                               357
Perry, Samuel E.                         175
Prout, Samuel                            181
Ross, Alexander Sharpe              187, 188
Sartori, Gulio                           176
Trevisan, A.                             354
Watari, Takeo                            355
Wils, P.                                 180
Young, Thomas                          356A
              FINE AND DECORATIVE ART AT AUCTION
                          HIGHLIGHTS
                      Thursday and Friday, August 11th and 12th, 2005
             Consignments are now being accepted. Please call for an appointment.




 Pair of English silver candlesticks, George III silver     19th Century Webb Cameo glass vases
               goblet and handled mug.                          $8,000/10,000 - $5,000/6,000
      $1,000/1,200 - $1,000/1,200 - $1,800/2,000                         $4,000/4,500




       Hand-colored engraving
“Storming of the Camp at Garden-Ola”
     from “The Conquests of the
        Emperor Qianlong.”
      Drawn by Castiglione and
   engraved by J. Ph. LeBas, 1769.
            $5,000/10,000




                                                               Unusual Gustav Stickley
                                                                 mission oak vitrine
                                                                   $2,000/3,000




                                                   18th Century English flat-top highboy in walnut.
                                                                    $2,000/3,000
                                FINE & DECORATIVE ART AT AUCTION
                                             April 30, 2005
                                         starting at 10:00 a.m.

1.    HALL POTTERY TEAPOT
      Made in East Liverpool, OH. In Aladdin style with yellow glaze. Length 11".                               80/120

2.    HALL POTTERY TEAPOT
      Made in East Liverpool, OH. In Aladdin style with cream glaze. Length 11".                                80/120

3.    HALL POTTERY TEAPOT
      Made in East Liverpool, OH. In Aladdin style with blue glaze. Length 11".                                 80/120

4.    HALL POTTERY TEAPOT
      Made in East Liverpool, OH. In turban form with oak leaf design in a yellow glaze. Length 9".             80/100

5.    ENGLISH BURSLEM SEMI-PORCELAIN VASE
      With Fairyland lustre-style glaze in a floral pattern. Height 9¼".                                        75/125

6.    VAN BRIGGLE POTTERY BOWL
      With leaf-form reticulated edge. Height 4".              [Illustrated]                                    75/125

6A.     TWO VAN BRIGGLE VASES                                                                                Circa 1950
        In aqua glaze. One marked “26 Van Briggle Original.” Height 3". One marked “40 Van Briggle Colo Sprgs” with
        relief flower blossom decoration. Height 5".                                                              60/90

7.    ROSEVILLE POTTERY VASE
      In bowl form with pinecone pattern. Signed and marked “# 632-5.”                                        100/150
                                                            [Illustrated]

8.    ENGLISH POOLE POTTERY VASE
      In a green glaze. Marked on base. Height 5".             [Illustrated]                                  125/175

9.    UNUSUAL POTTERY BOWL
      By Redwing. Raised polychrome dancing figures around the outer edge. Diameter 11".                      150/250
                                                          [Illustrated]

10.   AMPHORA POTTERY BASKET
      With raised floral decoration and heart design edge. Stamped on the bottom. Height 5".                  100/150
                                                              [Illustrated]

11.   ZANE ART POTTERY VASE
      In a blue glaze. Height 10¼".                            [Illustrated]                                  100/150

12.   ROOKWOOD TWO-HANDLED POTTERY VASE
      In a light green glaze with white upper rim and molded floral design.                                   200/300
                                                              [Illustrated]

13.   WELLER ART POTTERY VASE
      In a red silvered glaze. Signed on bottom.               [Illustrated]                                  125/175

14.   ART POTTERY LAMP BASE
      Raised floral design. Mark of Bell and Booth Terrytown, NY on bottom. Height 9".                         200/300
                                                              [Illustrated]

15.   WELLER POTTERY VASE
      In tree form. Signed. Height 3¼".                        [Illustrated]                                    75/125

16.   ROSEVILLE POTTERY TRAY
      In shallow oval form with floral decoration. Raised mark “# 631-14” on bottom. Length 14".                 100/150
                                                               [Illustrated]

17.   ROSEVILLE POTTERY VASE
      Marked “418-6.” Raised floral design. Height 6¼".                                                          50/100

18.   DRESDEN PORCELAIN COFFEE SET
      Including a coffeepot, creamer and sugar, six cups and saucers. With blue and white gilt decoration. Height of
      teapot 7½".                                                                                                 75/125

19.   FOUR ASSORTED PITCHERS
      Including a Wedgwood 20th century 8" pitcher with blue and white classical decoration, Wedgwood 6" silver lustre
      pitcher, Gray’s silver and canary yellow 5" pitcher, and a silver lustre 6" pitcher with molded decoration. 100/150

20.   ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASE
      With cream exterior, green interior and ruffled rim. Height 5¼".                                          100/150
                                                               [Illustrated]

21.   ROOKWOOD POTTERY FOOTED BOWL
      In a green glaze. Height 3½". Diameter 7¼".              [Illustrated]                                    100/150

22.   ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASE
      Raised leaf design with a tan/gray glaze. Height 4½".    [Illustrated]                                    125/175

23.   ROOKWOOD VASE
      Raised floral design with a tan glaze. Height 6".        [Illustrated]                                    200/300

24.   PAIR OF ART POTTERY BOOKENDS
      In horse head form. One in rose and one in white. Marked “Abingdon U.S.A.” Height 6¼".                    100/150
                                                             [Illustrated]

25.   BOCH FRERES POTTERY VASE
      In a brilliant blue glaze. Height 6¼".                   [Illustrated]                                    100/150

26.   PISGAH FOREST ART POTTERY VASE
      In a green-blue glaze. Raised signature on bottom. Height 4½".                                            100/150
                                                             [Illustrated]

27.   WELLER ART POTTERY VASE
      With floral decoration. Height 5¾".                      [Illustrated]                                    125/175

28.   PAUL REVERE POTTERY BOWL
      In a blue glaze. Height 2¼". Diameter 5¼".               [Illustrated]                                    125/175

29.   A. LANG ART POTTERY BOWL
      In a blue glaze. Signed on base. Height 3¼".             [Illustrated]                                    125/175

30.   PAUL REVERE POTTERY FIVE-COLOR BOWL
      With floral design on exterior. Height 2½". Diameter 8½".
                                                             [Illustrated]                                    800/1,000

31.   PAUL REVERE POTTERY PLATE
      With multicolored decoration and a duck design in center. Artist marked “ME 10/14.” Diameter 7½".         300/400
                                                             [Illustrated]

32.   FULPER POTTERY BOWL
      With a brown glaze. Flared rim. Diameter 9¼".            [Illustrated]                                    125/175
33.    PAIR OF SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS POTTERY WALL POCKETS
       In inverted bell form. One in yellow, signed and dated, and one in blue. Heights approximately 12".      200/300
                                                                [Illustrated]

34.    MARBLEHEAD POTTERY VASE
       With three-color decoration of trees. Age line. Height 7¼".                                              300/500
                                                               [Illustrated]

35.    SILVER PLATED COCKTAIL SHAKER                                                                  Early 20th Century
       By International Silver Co. Tapered cylindrical form. Inscribed “Presented to Camp Berry by John F. Fitzgerald,
       New Haven, Conn.” Probably John Francis “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald. Height 13".                              450/550
                                                               [Illustrated]

36.    HENRIOT QUIMPER POTTERY PITCHER
       With decoration of female figure. Height 7½".            [Illustrated]                                   175/225

37.    MARBLEHEAD POTTERY LOW VASE OR BOWL
       With two-color green decoration. Height 4¾". Diameter 7½".                                               200/300

38.    CERAMIC CHARACTER PITCHER
       Of George Washington. Marked “Higgins & Seiter, New York.” Age line on foot. Height 7½".                   75/125

39.    MOORCROFT POTTERY VASE
       With floral decoration. Height 4½".                      [Illustrated]                                   150/250

40.    BUFFALO POTTERY DELDARE WARE PLATE
       Diameter 6¼".                                            [Illustrated]                                   100/150

41.    WELLER ART POTTERY EWER
       With floral decoration on a green-brown ground. Signed on bottom. Height 4½".                            100/150
                                                             [Illustrated]

42.    TWO PIECES OF SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS POTTERY
       Including a mustard yellow vase, height 6¼", and a slate blue bowl, diameter 8½", with glued chip in rim. Both
       signed “S.E.G.”                                                                                           125/175

43.    ART POTTERY VASE
       In a deep blue matte glaze. Unsigned. Exceptional quality. Height 7".                                    100/200

44.    BRONZE FIGURE GROUP                                                                                    Circa 1900
       Depicting Romulus and Remus suckling from a female wolf. Length 17".                                      700/900
                                                          [Illustrated]

45.    THREE TIFFANY STUDIO BRONZE PLATES
       Diameters 9".                                            [Illustrated]                                   400/500

46.    BRONZE LIFE-SIZE HANGING BUFFLEHEAD DUCK
       Signed lower left “P. Comolera.” Paul Comolera (French, 1818-1897). Mounted on an oval plaque. Plaque length
       20".                                                 [Illustrated]                                  500/1,000

47.    DUTCH BRASS TOBACCO BOX                                                                               18th Century
       With engraved figural design. Length 5½".                                                                  200/300

47A.     DUTCH BRASS TOBACCO BOX
         With multiple lines of months, partial alphabet, the name G. Norman, etc. 5" x 2½".                    200/300

48.    JAPANESE BRONZE VASE
       With crane decoration. Mounted as a lamp. Height 24".                                                     100/200
49.   AUSTRIAN COLD-PAINTED WHITE METAL INK WELL
      In the form of an Arab snake charmer with a snake. Length 9¼".                                           200/250

50.   INLAID ARCHAIC-STYLE BRONZE SWORD
      With turned handle and geometric silver and gold inlay. Length 16¾".                                     100/150

51.   BRONZE FIGURE                                                                                          Circa 1900
      Of a horse standing on a rectangular base. Black marble stand. Length 10". Height 9".                     200/300

52.   BRONZE FIGURE                                                                                          Circa 1900
      Depicting a reclining lion on a rectangular platform. Length 9".                                          250/300

53.   LOT OF FINE CHINA PLATES
      Wedgwood plates include one in “Wild Strawberry” pattern, one in “Spode” with landscape decoration, one with
      “Taylor Tower Bryn Mawr College” design, one in “Cornflower” pattern, one in “Corinthian” pattern, a bowl in
      “Grups” pattern, and a shell dish. Other plates include one by Royal Doulton with burgundy decoration, Haviland
      Limoges octagonal plate with handles, Dresden porcelain plate in a floral design with openwork floral and gilt
      decoration, and more.                                                                                       80/120

54.   ENGRAVED COPPER AND BRASS WATER KETTLE                                                                Circa 1900
      With unusual heating element connected between base and side. Length 16".                                125/175

55.   CAST BRASS OR BRONZE RABBIT
      Length 8".                                                                                                75/100

56.   BRONZE FIGURE GROUP
      “The Dying Officer” of a woman holding an injured man in her arms. Height 18½".                          400/600
                                                          [Illustrated]

57.   SILK AND METALLIC THREADWORK CHASUBLE                                                                18th Century
      In a bold foliate design on a light blue ground. [Illustrated]                                            400/500

58.   PAIR OF CONTINENTAL FRAMED INLAID WOOD PANELS
      In multicolored woods. Depicting bust figures in a foliate oval. 25½" x 17¼".                            300/500
                                                               [Illustrated]

59.   BROCADE ALTAR COVER                                                                                  19th Century
      In red and gold vine design. 44" x 40".                                                                    80/100

60.   PAISLEY SHAWL                                                                                        19th Century
      In a medallion design. 132" x 58".                                                                        125/175

60A. FRAMED PAINTED SILK AND NEEDLEWORK PICTURE                                               Continental, 19th Century
     A shepherd near a house in a landscape. 15¾" x 16¼", sight.                                                300/400

61.   TERRA-COTTA FIGURE
      Of Venus de Milo. Height 12¾".                                                                           100/200

62.   CARVED MARBLE BUST
      Of a woman’s face. Signed “Bella.” Height 6½".                                                           150/200

63.   PETIT POINT RUG: VINTAGE FLORAL DESIGN                   5’0" x 8’0"                                     250/450

64.   ORIENTAL RUG: SAROUK DESIGN                              9’6" x 14’2"                                1,000/1,500
                                                               [Illustrated]

65.   ORIENTAL RUG: TABRIZ                                     4’4" x 6’2"                                     150/200

66.   ORIENTAL RUG: HAMADAN                                    4’5" x 6’7"                                     180/220
67.   ORIENTAL RUG: BAKTIARI                                  6’6" x 10’6"                                        400/600
                                                              [Illustrated]

68.   ORIENTAL RUG: BIDJAR                                    4’6" x 7’5"                                         250/350

69.   ORIENTAL RUG: SAROUK                                    3’10" x 6’0"                                        150/200

70.   ORIENTAL RUG: ISPHAHAN                                  9’6" x 12’5"                                       700/1,000
                                                              [Illustrated]

71.   ORIENTAL RUG: KESHAN                                    4’6" x 6’9"                                         180/220

72.   ORIENTAL RUG: SERAB                                     5’4" x 10’3"                                        250/350

73.   ORIENTAL RUG: HERIZ                                     5’0" x 6’2"                                         350/450

74.   ORIENTAL RUG: HAMADAN                                   3’10" x 6’9"                                        180/220

75.   ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN                                  3’8" x 6’4"                                         125/175

76.   ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN                                  3’5" x 6’6"                                         150/200

77.   ORIENTAL RUG: ISPHAHAN                                  4’10" x 5’7"                                        200/300

78.   ORIENTAL RUG: PERSIAN TURKOMAN                          1’9" x 3’4"                                          50/100

79.   ORIENTAL RUG: KIRMAN                                    9’0" x 12’0"                                       500/1,000

80.   NEEDLEWORK RUG                                          5’8" x 8’9"
      Black field with floral decoration.                                                                         100/200

81.   ORIENTAL RUG: PERSIAN-DESIGN RUNNER                     2’6" x 9’10"                                        200/280

82.   ORIENTAL RUG: BIDJAR-DESIGN RUNNER                      2’8" x 11’10"                                       350/400

83.   MACHINE-MADE CARPET                                     10’2" x 16’1"
      By the Stark Co. Field of repeated checks in white on a crimson ground. Serpentine laurel border.           300/600

84.   ORIENTAL RUG: SAROUK DESIGN                             3’0" x 5’0"                                         120/180

85.   TWO ETCHINGS
      One of goats by Adriaen Van de Velde and a self-portrait by Jacob Calotte.                                  200/300

86.   SET OF FOUR FRAMED ENGLISH HUNTING PRINTS
      By Hovell. Includes pheasant, wild duck, partridge and snipe shooting. 11½" x 15", sight.                   400/600

87.   FRAMED COLORED ETCHING
      By T.F. Simon. “Cremerie.” #153. 11" x 12", sight.                                                          100/150

88.   FRAMED COLORED ENGRAVING
      A young girl blowing bubbles. Inscribed and signed lower right illegibly. 13¼" x 10½", sight.                75/100

89.   UNFRAMED HAND-COLORED MAP                                                                               19th Century
      Depicting the West Indies by Samuel Dunn. Stained, creased and torn. 12¾" x 17¾" to plate line.              100/200

90.   UNFRAMED HAND-COLORED MAP                                                                               19th Century
      The western hemisphere by J.A. & Wild. Foxed and trimmed. 23" x 23¼" to plate line.                          200/300

91.   UNFRAMED HAND-COLORED MAP                                                                       French, 19th Century
      “Carte du Mexique” by Bonne M. deMathem. 12¼" x 16" to plate line.                                           100/200
92.   TWO UNFRAMED HAND-COLORED MAPS                                                                      19th Century
      “Circulus Saxonia Inferiors” and “Provincia XVIII, Inferior Germanaiae.” By Johanne Batista Homanno. Each 19½" x
      23".                                                                                                     300/500

93.   SIXTEEN MOSTLY HAND-COLORED MAPS                                                      Late 19th/Early 20th Century
      Depicting various non-American territories.                                                                200/400

94.   FRAMED HUNTING PRINT                                                                                 19th Century
      After Henry Calvert depicting “The Cheshire Hunt.” Mat opening, 20½" x 32½".                              150/250

95.   PAIR OF FRAMED ETCHINGS
      “Pointers on Point” and “Setters on Point.” Signed lower right “Leon Danchin.” 14½" x 23¾", sight.       200/300

96.   FRAMED PAINTING-OVER-PRINT
      A Victorian lady. 16" x 11", sight.                                                                       75/125

97.   FRAMED ETCHING                                                                                 Late 19th Century
      By H.W. Bicknell depicting Stradivarius in his workshop. Plate line, 16" x 18".                          200/300

98.   FRAMED PRINT
      “Smoke” by Louis Icart. Marked lower left margin “E457” and signed lower right margin “Louis Icart.” Evenly
      toned. 15½" x 21½".                                  [Illustrated]                                  1,000/1,200

99.   FRAMED PRINT
      The Mozart family depicting Leopold, Anna Maria and W.A. Mozart. 14" x 8", sight.                        150/250

100. FRAMED ETCHING
     By Falcien Ropes. Erotic scene with a cavalier and a nude figure. 7¾" x 5½".                              200/300

100A. TWO FRAMED CURRIER & IVES PRINTS
      Dark Town series. “The Coon Club Hunt ‘Hot on the Scent’” and “The Coon Club Hunt ‘Taking a Header.’” Small
      folio.                                                                                              200/300

101. FRAMED COLORED ENGRAVING
     “The Meeting of Her Majesty’s Staghounds on Ascot Heath.” 20½" x 31".                                     150/250

102. FRAMED COACHING PRINT
     “The Kildaire.” 16" x 24", sight.                                                                         100/150

103. FRAMED ETCHING                                                                                        19th Century
     After Charles Daubigny. “Le Berger et la Begere.” Mat opening, 11" x 8¼".                                  100/150

104. STICKLEY BROS. SEWING CABINET
     In oak. Height 28". Width 18". Depth 11".                [Illustrated]                                    100/150

105. ADJUSTABLE MUSIC STAND
     In mahogany with turned pedestal and tripod base. Height 33½".                                            200/300
                                                           [Illustrated]

106. ANTIQUE GATE-LEG TABLE                                                                      English, 18th Century
     In oak. Height 29¾". Length 45". Width 21½" with 19½" drop leaves.                                     600/1,000
                                                         [Illustrated]

107. ANTIQUE ENGLISH SWELL-FRONT CHEST-OF-DRAWERS                                                   Early 19th Century
     In walnut. Three cockbeaded drawers. French feet. Height 34". Width 39". Depth 20¾".                      600/900
                                                           [Illustrated]

108. FRENCH-STYLE WRITING DESK                                                                  Late 19th Century
     In walnut and rosewood. Pigeonhole compartment around top. Height 34¾". Width 37". Depth 24".        400/600
                                                         [Illustrated]
109. LOUIS XV-STYLE ARMCHAIR
     With carved fruitwood frame. Blue velvet upholstery.    [Illustrated]                                      200/250

110. SWISS MUSIC BOX                                                                               Early 20th Century
     Top inlaid with satinwood horn and floral decoration. Eight German tunes. Height 6". Length 20". Depth 9".
                                                             [Illustrated]                                    400/500

111. CASED CHINESE IVORY CHESS SET
     In brown and white. Some damages.                                                                          200/300

112. GREEN MARBLE ASHTRAY
     In circular form surmounted with two elephants. Diameter 11½".                                             100/150

113. LIMOGES ENAMEL VASE                                                                                19th Century
     In pear shape. With pre-Raphaelite style design of a woman with roses. Signed “Vibert.” Some damage and some
     repair. Height 5".                                      [Illustrated]                                   200/300

114. EXCEPTIONAL SERPENTINE-FRONT CHINA CABINET
     In mahogany. Three-shelf interior, beveled glass and leaded panels at sides and door front. Bold paw front feet.
     Height 62½". Length 53¾".                               [Illustrated]                                    700/1,000

115. ANTIQUE ENGLISH SHERATON-STYLE SIDEBOARD                                                               Circa 1800
     In mahogany. Central drawer with line and ribbon inlay flanked by two drawers on each side. Brass gallery.
     Reeded legs. Height 43½". Length 53".                  [Illustrated]                                  2,000/2,500

116. ELEPHANT TUSK PAPER KNIFE                                                                              19th Century
     With monogram “AS?”. Length 13".                                                                            125/175

117. IVORY FIGURE
     Of St. George and the dragon. Length 3¼". Height 3". Wooden base.                                          100/200

118. LIFT-TOP DOMED TRUNK
     With marquetry design. Height 7½". Length 17¾". Depth 10".                                                 125/175

119. PORTFOLIO OF GRAPHIC MATERIAL
     Two prints after Mary Cassatt, three drawings of heads, printed sketch book after Henri Matisse, three sketches,
     two prints by Russell, and two pieces signed by Reginald Marsh.                                            250/350

120. PAIR OF REVIVAL OAK SIDE CHAIRS                                                             Irish, Late 19th Century
     With heavily carved frames.                             [Illustrated]                                        100/200

121. ENGLISH TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND                                                                          18th Century
     In oak. Ten-sided top. Height 26½". Diameter 19¼".      [Illustrated]                                      150/250

122. ANTIQUE ENGLISH DINING TABLE
     In mahogany. Straight legs ending in pad feet. Swing leg supports a drop leaf not present with table. Height 27¼".
     Length 54". Width 25" with 23¾" leaves.                 [Illustrated]                                       500/700

123. SMALL CASED MEERSCHAUM PIPE
     With a carved horse on stem. Length 3¾".                                                                   100/150

124. IVORY AND GILT BRONZE-HANDLED LETTER OPENER
     Length 11".                                                                                                100/150

125. EMPIRE PEDESTAL-BASE COFFEE TABLE
     In mahogany and mahogany veneers. Black marble top. Cut down. Height 21". Top 36" square.                  300/500
                                                         [Illustrated]
126.   TWO CHINESE BRASS-BOUND ABACUSES
       Mounted as table lamps. Height 24".                                                                        150/250

127. IVORY-CASED MUSIC BOX
     With pop-up bird interior. Ivory case features relief-carved genre scenes. Height 2". Length 4¼". Depth 2¾".
                                                               [Illustrated]                                   600/900

128.   CAST IRON MARBLE-TOP TABLE
       In lozenge form with patinated base painted brown with reddish highlights. Height 30". Top 32" x 36".      500/800
                                                              [Illustrated]

129. SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX                                                                          Late 19th Century
     Eight-tune cylinder. One tooth missing from comb. Length 10¾".                                         1,200/1,800
                                                           [Illustrated]

130. RUSSIAN LACQUER BOX
     Top with a painted landscape. Height 2". Length 5". Width 3½".                                                 75/125
                                                           [Illustrated]

131. RUSSINA PAPIER MACHÉ LACQUERED TEA CADDY
     Figures in front of a house on lid. Pre-Revolutionary mark. Some damage to interior. Height 5". Length 5". Width
     4¾".                                                    [Illustrated]                                     200/300

132. AUSTRIAN ENAMEL LIDDED DRESSER BOX
     With blue, white and gold enamel work of good quality. Height 2¼". Length 3". Width 3½".                     200/300
                                                           [Illustrated]

133. ANTIQUE EMPIRE CLASSICAL SECRETARY
     In mahogany. Two half drawers and top molding. Pullout drawer with secretarial interior featuring drawers,
     pigeonholes and Moroccan-bound book-style letter slides. Three full-width drawers below flanked by half columns
     with elaborately-carved acanthus and paw feet. Height 49¾". Width 47½". Depth 23¼".                      400/600
                                                            [Illustrated]

134. FEDERAL-STYLE DROP-LEAF LIBRARY TABLE
     In mahogany. Two half drawers with a Phyfe-style double pedestal base. Height 29¼". Length 43¼". Width 22"
     with 11" leaves.                                                                                      200/300

135. DOUBLE-SIZE PENCIL POST TESTER BED                                                                        20th Century
     In mahogany. Full tester frame. Marlboro feet. Height 79¾".                                                    400/600

136. BRASS AND MARBLE CIRCULAR TABLE
     With lion’s claw feet. Diameter 25".                                                                           75/100

137. LOUIS XVI-STYLE BRASS-MOUNTED SIDE TABLE
     With one drawer. Height 23¼". Top 24" square.                                                                200/300

138. EMPIRE-STYLE CHEVAL MIRROR
     In mahogany with select grain mahogany. Domed beveled glass. 50" x 24". Height overall 61½".                 300/500
                                                        [Illustrated]

139. ANTIQUE ITALIAN GILT MIRROR
     With ornate carving. 33" x 27".                                                                              400/600

140. THREE-SECTION BARRISTER’S BOOKCASE
     In mahogany with string inlay. Height 48½". Width 35". Depth 11".                                            200/300
141.    CHIPPENDALE-STYLE LOLLING CHAIR
        In mahogany. Outswept arms, cabriole legs, and claw-and-ball feet.                                    150/250

142.    THREE-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN
        Decorated with panels of early-style European maps and prints. Height 66¼". Width of each panel 19¾". 100/150

143. ART NOUVEAU TABLE BASE
     In oak with brass and other metal inlay on sides. No top. Height 27½". Top 29" x 17½".                   100/150

144. CONTINENTAL SIDE CHAIR                                                                          Early 19th Century
     With carved back and seat. German crest on back and the year “1806” on reverse of chair back.              100/150

144A.     SHERATON THREE-SECTION OVER-MANTEL MIRROR
          19th CenturyRepainted in gold with some chips. 27" x 65½".                                          150/250

144B.     ONE-DRAWER STAND                                                                                19th Century
          In pine with turned legs. Height 29". Top 17" x 18".                                                 175/225

144C.     HUNG MU WOOD COFFEE TABLE
          Chinese style with fret-form design. Height 14". Length 72".                                        200/300

144D.     TIP-TOP TEA TABLE                                                                           Late 18th Century
          In maple. Turned pedestal, tripod base and slipper feet. Height 29½". Diameter 33".                   600/800

144E.     CHIPPENDALE-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In mahogany. Pierced back. Claw-and-ball feet.                                                       200/300

144F.     CONTINENTAL-STYLE INLAID ARMCHAIR
          Upholstered seat. Damaged.                                                                          100/200

144G.     SET OF FOUR CHIPPENDALE-STYLE SIDE CHAIRS
          In mahogany. Pierced backs. Green velvet seats.                                                     400/600

144H.     LOUIS XVI-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In walnut. Plume-carved back and carved column arms and legs.                                       200/300

144I.     HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In mahogany. Shield-form back in a plume design. Upholstered seat.                                  150/250

144J.     BANDED INLAY THREE-TIER MUFFIN STAND
          In mahogany. Height 37".                                                                            100/200

144K.     QUEEN ANNE-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In walnut. Beige striped velvet upholstery. Claw-and-ball feet.                                     300/400

144L.     HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE LOLLING CHAIR
          In mahogany.                                                                                        200/300

144M.     PAIR OF HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE ARMCHAIRS
          Green velvet upholstered seats. Shield-form backs. Claw-and-ball feet.                               250/350

144N.     PIE CRUST TILT-TOP TABLE
          In cherry. Vasiform pedestal. Claw-and-ball feet. Diameter 27".                                      200/300

144O.     VICTORIAN ARMCHAIR
          In walnut. Some damage.                                                                               75/100

144P.     GEORGIAN-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In mahogany. Striped velvet upholstery. Padded feet.                                                 300/400
144Q.     SET OF SIX FEDERAL-STYLE DINING CHAIRS
          In mahogany. Consisting of two armchairs and two side chairs. Lyre-form backs.                            400/600

144R.     HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE ARMCHAIR
          In walnut. Upholstered seat and back.                                                                     200/250

144S.     BARREL-FORM ARMCHAIR
          In pink velvet upholstery. Paw feet.                                                                      250/350

144T.     PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIRS
          In maple.                                                                                                 300/400

144U.     QUEEN ANNE-STYLE WING CHAIR
          Crewel work upholstery. Down cushion. Padded feet.                                                        600/900

145.    ANTIQUE BIBLE BOX ON STAND                                                                     English, 18th Century
        In oak. Lift top and panel molded front with one drawer below. Stand not original to base. Height 37¾". Width
        27½". Depth 19½".                                                                                            600/900

146.    ANTIQUE AMERICAN CLASSICAL CYLINDER DESK Circa 1820-1840
        Surmounted by removable full-width section of three side-by-side drawers with tiger maple veneered fronts.
        Simulated tambour front cover opens to reveal fitted interior containing four drawers above six pigeonholes and
        central tambour door concealing one drawer and one pigeonhole. Tambour door flanked by one real pillar drawer
        and one faux pillar drawer. Pullout writing slide. Two side-by-side drawers above two full-width drawers, all with
        tiger maple veneered fronts. Lion’s head ring handles. Drawers flanked by columns and block-turned legs ending in
        paw feet. Lower drawers with burled maple veneers. Paneled ends. Height 49". Width 40". Depth 23".
                                                                  [Illustrated]                                   2,000/3,000

146A. SHERATON-STYLE SOFA
      With mahogany frame. Reeded arms and legs with burled walnut panel on front of each leg. Needs reupholstery.
      Length 77".                                                                                           250/350

146B. PAIR OF EBONIZED WOODEN GARDEN SEATS
      With polychrome flower and dragon decoration. Heights 18¼".                                                   100/200

147. SET OF SIX ANTIQUE SIDE CHAIRS                                                     English, Late 18th/Early 19th Century
     In oak. Yoke backs with vasiform splats.                                                                      600/1,000

148. SIX MINTON PORCELAIN LUNCHEON PLATES
     With turquoise rim and bird decoration. Diameters 8¾". Together with a matching platter, 12" square.           150/250
                                                            [Illustrated]

149.    RARE ART DECO POTTERY SCULPTURE
        Depicting the Madonna and Child. Attributed to Diane May Hamilton of Hamilton Pottery. Traces of a blue mark
        on the bottom with mark of “M”. Height 13".           [Illustrated]                                    600/900

150. SET OF LENOX CHINA
     In “Interlude” pattern. Blue and red floral design on a white ground. Includes:
     12 10¾" dinner plates                  11 8" plates                     8 7½" bowls
     11 6¼" bread and butter plates         12 cups and saucers                                                    500/1,000
                                                              [Illustrated]

151.    ROYAL CROWN DERBY PARTIAL TEA SET
        In the “Red Aves” pattern. Consists of two demitasse cups and saucers, two pitchers (heights 4¾" and 3"), fan-
        shaped dish, small rectangular dish, handleless cup, open sugar bowl, and a 5½" square footed compote. 100/150
                                                                [Illustrated]

152.    RUSSIAN PORCELAIN TEA SET
       In underglaze blue and gold exotic bird design. Includes a teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, six cups, six saucers, six tea
       plates and a cake plate. Marked “Made in USSR” on base.                                                        300/500
                                                                [Illustrated]

153.   BELLEEK COVERED BOWL
       With allover grapevine and face design. Grape cluster finial. Black mark. Diameter 7¼".                      100/200
                                                               [Illustrated]

154. QUIMPER TWO-HANDLED OVERSIZED PORRINGER
     With rooster design on yellow ground. Diameter 10½".                                                           100/150
                                                          [Illustrated]

155.   ROYAL WORCESTER COVERED COFFEEPOT
       In yellow and brown on a white ground. Bamboo-form handle. Height 9".                                         75/125
                                                           [Illustrated]

156. PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT-STYLE PORCELAIN CRANES
     With celadon glaze and rockery base. Height 16¼".                                                              400/450
                                                       [Illustrated]

157. LOT OF ASSORTED CORONATION CHINA
     Including a George IX mug, Queen Elizabeth coronation mug, and three Queen Elizabeth teacups and saucers.
                                                                                                           80/120

158. LENOX BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TEA SET
     With gilt decoration. Consists of a teapot, creamer, six saucers, six cups and five 8¼" tea plates.            100/200

159. TWELVE BAVARIAN PORCELAIN SERVICE PLATES
     Made for Caldwell with gilt borders and floral centers. Diameter 10¾".                                         100/150

160. TWO PIECES OF ROYAL RUDOLSTADT
     Including a ewer and a two-handled vase. Cream glaze with raised leaf decoration. Height 10½" and 11½".
                                                          [Illustrated]                                      100/150

161. PAIR OF HAND-HAMMERED ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS CANDLESTICKS
     Signature on saucer. Height 7½".      [Illustrated]                                                            100/200

162. PAIR OF SEVRES-STYLE PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL-MOUNTED URNS                                        19th Century
     Decorated with a young man and young woman in a pastoral setting. Mounts with claw feet, dragon handles and
     relief putti design. Height 16¼".                   [Illustrated]                                      400/600

163. SMALL ENGLISH PORCELAIN COVERED URN
     In yellow with hand-painted pea fowl design on side panels and mask-form handles on either side. Marked
     “Saxony.” Height 6½".                                  [Illustrated]                                    125/175

164. TWO KPM PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUPS                                                                          Circa 1900
     Each depicting a military figure with tricorn hat riding an elegant stallion. Caduceus mark on base. Height 14".
                                                               [Illustrated]                                 1,000/1,200

165.   COLLECTION OF EUROPEAN PORCELAIN
       Including twelve luncheon plates, twelve salad plates, and eight salad bowls in a blue floral pattern. Together with
       a similar 10½" serving dish.                             [Illustrated]                                       250/350

166. LARGE FIGURAL MAJOLICA LAMP
     In double-shell form with a young woman atop rocks and seaweed. Height 18½".                                    400/600
                                                          [Illustrated]

167.   GOLDSCHEIDER POTTERY FIGURE
       Beethoven seated in a chair. Height 9¼".                 [Illustrated]                                       100/150
168.   ENGLISH DERBY DOUBLE-HANDLED VASE
       In urn form in an Imari pattern. Underglaze red mark. Height 9".                                        200/300
                                                              [Illustrated]

169. ENGLISH BRISTOL CRANBERRY VASE
     With white enamel landscape and figural Mary Gregory-type decoration. Ornate brass mounted foot. Height 10¾".
                                                         [Illustrated]                                     100/150

170.   MINTON PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE
       Floral Derby-style border and pea fowl center. Some damages. Consists of:
       7 dinner plates                  2 platters                     1 chop plate
       4 luncheon plates                4 open vegetable dishes        9 assorted saucers
       6 sauce dishes                   1 covered butter               6 assorted cups
       1 sugar bowl                                           [Illustrated]                                    200/300


171. ANTIQUE BATTERSEA ENAMEL SNUFF BOX
     With floral decoration. Shows restoration. Length 2¼".                                                    100/150

172. CARVED IVORY PLAQUE                                                                               Late 19th Century
     Depicting a 15th century scholar. 4¼" x 3¼".                                                                200/250

173. IVORY FIGURE                                                                                    German, Circa 1900
     Nude female figure on a pedestal. Height 4¼".                                                              150/250

174. FOLDING IVORY PICTURE FRAME
     With painted and transfer decoration, 2¾" x 3¾". Together with half of another folding frame.               50/100

175. SAMUEL E. PERRY
     Shore scene titled “Sidmouth, England.” Signed lower right. Watercolor, 10" x 14", sight. Framed.         400/500
                                                            [Illustrated]

176. GULIO SARTORI, ATTRIBUTION
     Pair of paintings of an Italian man and woman. Signed lower right “G. Sartori.” Oil on canvas, each panel 8½" x
     5¾". Hand-carved frames.                               [Illustrated]                                       300/500

177. RALPH HILLYER AVERY
     American, 1906 - 1976
     Trevi Fountain, Italy. Signed lower left “Ralph Avery.” Dated 1965 in pencil on reverse. Watercolor and gouache
     on illustration board, 9½" x 8¼". Framed.               [Illustrated]                                     200/300

178. ERNA KRUGER
     German, b. 1883
     Portrait of Käthe Kollwitz, a fellow German artist (1867-1945). Signed mid-right “... Kruger, Berlin.” Reverse:
     portrait of a woman wearing a hat sitting on a settee. Oil on canvas, 24" x 19". Unframed.                200/400
                                                               [Illustrated]

179. ERNEST LOUIS LESSIEUX
     French, 1849-1925
     Italian coastal scene. Signed lower left “E. Lessieux.” Watercolor on paper, 7¼" x 11". Framed.           400/600
                                                              [Illustrated]

180. P. WILS
     Dutch/Belgian, 19th/20 th Century
     Fishing boats on a rough sea. Oil on canvas, 20" x 27". Framed.                                           400/600
                                                             [Illustrated]
181.   SAMUEL PROUT
       English, 1783-1852
       View of an alpine village. Signed lower left “S. Prout.” Watercolor on paper, 10" x 7". Framed.          500/700
                                                                [Illustrated]

182. POST-IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING
     20 th Century
     Paris street scene with workers. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 21" x 25½". Framed.                              300/500
                                                            [Illustrated]

183.   NICOLAS LANCRET, ATTRIBUTION
       French, 1690-1745
       An artist shaking hands with a woman. Inscribed verso “Nicolas Lancret.” Pen and ink and wash, 7" x 4¾".
       Framed.                                                [Illustrated]                                  800/1,200

184. ARTIST UNKNOWN
     Continental School, 19th Century or Earlier
     A genre scene with women, men and young children peering into a box. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 32" x 44".
                                                         [Illustrated]                                    500/1,000

185. ARTIST UNKNOWN
     English or Continental, 19th Century
     A woman holding a book in her left hand and a rose in her right hand. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 28" x 23". Framed.
                                                            [Illustrated]                                      400/600

186. EDOUARD-LEON-LOUIS EDY-LEGRAND
     French, 1892 - 1970
     Grape harvesting scene with figures and horse-drawn cart. Signed lower right “Edy Legrand.” Gouache on paper,
     12" x 11".                                            [Illustrated]                                1,000/1,500

187. ALEXANDER SHARP ROSS
     American, 1909 - 1990
     Abstract depiction of Northern Lights, Alaska, in blues and greens. Signed lower right “Alex Ross.” Watercolor on
     paper, 13¼" x 18".                                       [Illustrated]                                   200/300

188. ALEXANDER SHARPE ROSS
     American, 1909 - 1990
     Snorkelers and tropical fish. Signed upper left “A. Ross.” Watercolor on illustration board, 11½" x 10".   400/600
                                                              [Illustrated]

189. FRAMED PAINTING ON PORCELAIN                                                            European, 19th Century
     In the manner of KPM. Depicting a seated woman holding a lamp. Size of plaque 9" x 11". Ornate gesso frame.
                                                         [Illustrated]                                    900/1,000

190. FAIRFAX
     European street scene. Signed lower left. Oil on canvas, 30" x 40". Framed.                                150/250

191. D.N. ALEXANDROFF
     Depicting a Colonial woman’s dress. Made for the index of American Design. Published in 1938. Signed lower
     right “D.N. Alexandroff.” Watercolor proof, 14¾" x 9¾", sight. Framed.                                150/250

192. D.N. ALEXANDROFF
     Depicting an 18th Century gate-leg table. Made for the index of American design. Published in 1938. Signed lower
     right “D.N. Alexandroff.” Dated “1938, N.Y.C.” Watercolor proof, 14¾" x 9¾", sight. Framed.             150/200

193. 14K GOLD AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE
     In heart form. Set with eleven diamonds. [Illustrated]                                                     450/550

194. GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE
       With 1910 2½ dollar gold piece .                        [Illustrated]                                      300/400

195.   CORAL BEAD NECKLACE
       With four twisted strands joined by a gold-cased carved coral piece. Length 30".                          500/700
                                                               [Illustrated]

196. TWO PIECES OF GOLD JEWELRY
     A flower-form brooch set with a diamond, width 1¼", and a gold bead necklace, length 16". Together with ten
     unset semiprecious stones including amethyst, garnet, blue topaz and more and a few pieces of broken mechanical
     pencils.                                                                                                250/350

197. THREE PAIRS OF EARRINGS AND A STICK PIN
     Including lapis lazuli earrings, scarab-design earrings, golden diamond earrings and a stick pin in insect form.
                                                                                                                   100/150

198. GRADUATED PEARL NECKLACE
     14K white gold clasp. Length 16".                                                                           100/150

199. LOT OF JEWELRY
     Including an art deco gold and seed pearl ring, size 3¾, and a pair of screw-back earrings.                  75/100

200. FOUR PINS
     Including a 15K gold bar pin with two rubies and a diamond, 14K gold and diamond filigree bar pin, gold plated
     pin with seed pearls and enameled bird design, and a gold and amethyst stick pin.                       100/150

201. CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE
     5mm light pink pearls. 14K yellow gold clasp. Length 16".                                                   100/150

202. THREE PAIRS OF GOLD CUFF LINKS
     Two with monograms. Together with a single cuff link.                                                       125/175

203. SWISS GOLD HUNTING CASE POCKET WATCH
     By Guille Pardoux. Together with a Seth Thomas traveling alarm clock.                                       100/150

204. PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING
     Openwork design.                                          [Illustrated]                                     500/700

205. 14K YELLOW GOLD LADY’S LORGNETTE                                                                  Circa 1885-1890
     Set with center bezel-set mine cut diamond, approximately .46 ct., on one side and four small round blue sapphires
     on reverse. Length 4½".                                [Illustrated]                                       600/800

206. 14K YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND RING                          [Illustrated]                                     250/350

207. SHELL CAMEO BROOCH
     With a detailed scene of two houses and figures with barrels. Length 1½".                                    75/100

208. VICTORIAN JEWELRY
     Including a necklace with pendant, watch chain with locket set with seed pearls, engraved brooch, bracelet with
     moonstones, and a garnet bar pin.                                                                          150/250

209. VICTORIAN GOLD JEWELRY
     Including a watch chain with slide, small locket with woven hair, pendant with red stone, hollow brooch/pendant,
     and a ring with damage.                                                                                   150/250

210. TWO LADY’S VINTAGE WRIST WATCHES
     Including a Movado in a gold case and a silver-toned watch with mesh bracelet.                              150/200

211. FIVE NECKLACES
     Two cinnabar, two silver bead, and a carved coral and silver bead necklace. Together with two brooches. 150/250
212. YELLOW GOLD WIDE BAND BRACELET
     With applied brushed gold plaque with a bezel-set diamond, two rubies and two sapphires interspersed with small
     diamonds.                                              [Illustrated]                                     300/400

213. PAIR OF 14K YELLOW GOLD CUFF LINKS
     In rectangle form with a nubby texture.                   [Illustrated]                                     200/300

214. EUROPEAN CHASED SILVER BOX                                                                              19th Century
     With raised figural decoration. Dutch import marks. Length 4½".                                              100/125
                                                            [Illustrated]

215.   FOUR SCOTTISH SILVER BROOCHES
       A 20th century brooch with Scottish hallmarks and loose fitting citrine, diameter 3", brooch with orange stone and
       thistle decoration, geometric brooch with moss agate cabochon, and a small brooch with deer head decoration and
       a small pink stone.                                                                                         200/300

216. 10K YELLOW GOLD BROOCH
     By Coro. In floral spray form set with three pink stones. Length 2¼".                                       150/200

217. VICTORIAN THREE-COLOR GOLD SUITE
     Consisting of a brooch and a pair of screw-back earrings. In twig form with pink and yellow gold leaves. Length of
     brooch 2¼".                                                                                               250/350

218. BLUE TOPAZ RING
     Size 7¾.                                                                                                    100/150

219. 10K YELLOW GOLD RING
     Set with a faceted blue stone. Size 6.                                                                      100/150

220. PAIR OF LARGE SILVER AND SILVER GILT EAR PENDANTS
     In folded fabric form with silver gilt rings. Marked “925.” Length 3".                                      100/150

221. 14K YELLOW GOLD RING
     In lion’s head form. Eyes set with red stones. Size 8½.                                                     150/250

222. 10K YELLOW GOLD, SEED PEARL AND AMETHYST RING
     In floral spray form. Set with three faceted amethysts and two pearls. Size 6¼.                             100/200

223. SCOTTISH SILVER AND CITRINE KILT PIN                                                                   20th Century
     In circular form with prong-set stone. Diameter 2".                                                         200/300

224. GOLD CHARM BRACELET
     With numerous gold charms.                                [Illustrated]                                   900/1,000

225. 14K YELLOW GOLD AND IVORY(?) PENDANT
     Pendant in horse form on a 14K gold chain, length 30". Together with a pair of ivory(?) earrings.            75/100

226. 14K YELLOW GOLD ITALIAN FANCY LINK BRACELET                                                                 200/300

227. THREE 14K YELLOW GOLD RELIGIOUS PENDANTS
     Together with a 24" 14K gold chain.                                                                         150/250

228. FIVE GOLD RINGS
     Consisting of three in 10K and two in 14K gold. One with one dollar coin, black onyx with diamond, one with five
     small diamonds and two other rings.                                                                     200/300
229.   THREE PIECES OF 14K YELLOW GOLD JEWELRY
       Including a gold bangle bracelet with lapis lazuli insets, gold chain necklace, length 30", and a small gold locket
       necklace.                                                                                                     200/300

230. THREE GOLD RINGS
     Including a 14K yellow gold, diamond and emerald ring, a 14K yellow gold and diamond ring, and a 10K yellow
     gold Waltham High School class ring.                                                                 300/400

231. 14K YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING
     Size 5.                                                                                                       300/400

232. 14K YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND WEDDING BAND SET
     Man’s ring, size 10½, and woman’s ring, size 4½.                                                              300/400

233.   LAPIS LAZULI AND GOLD BEAD NECKLACE
       With seven gold beads. Length 34".                                                                          150/250

234. THREE GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER BROOCHES
     In deer form, in bird and flower form, and a geometric brooch with a brown stone and four green stones.       200/300
                                                             [Illustrated]

235. LADY’S 14K WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND WRIST WATCH
     By Croton. Face and bracelet set with diamonds. [Illustrated]                                                 400/600

236. MAJORICA CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE
     5mm light gray pearls. Clasp set with a small pearl and marked “Majorica.” Length 20".                        100/150

237. THREE FINE GLASS BEADED NECKLACES                                                       Late 19th/Early 20th Century
     One worked in a flat band with blue, red, black and gold geometric motif, one in white, blue, pink and green
     design, and one in white, pink and blue geometric motif with butterfly design. Some damages.                 125/175

238. BAKELITE BANGLE BRACELET
     In a zigzag pattern of lime green and butterscotch.                                                             60/80

239. 14K YELLOW GOLD SHELL CAMEO BROOCH
     Classical Grecian female bust profile facing right. Length 1½".                                                75/100

240. GOLD AND AGATE CAMEO RING
     Size 6.                                                                                                        75/100

241. 14K YELLOW GOLD AND AGATE RING
     Agate in an ornate setting. Size 6.                                                                           100/125

242. GRADUATED DOUBLE-STRAND PEARL NECKLACE
     Pearls range from 5mm to 9mm. Gold clasp set with six faceted sapphires and thirteen pearls. Length 18".
                                                           [Illustrated]                                    800/1,000

243. LADY’S GOLD AND ENAMEL PENDANT WATCH
     Case in turquoise blue with gold foliate decoration. Pendant in fleur-de-lis form.                            400/600
                                                              [Illustrated]

244. GOLD PRECIOUS STONE BROOCH
     In the form of an insect with wings set with emeralds, rubies and diamonds and the body set with rubies, diamonds
     and blue cabochon eyes. Length 1 5/8".                   [Illustrated]                                     400/500

245. ERTE 14K YELLOW GOLD MABE PEARL RING
     Marked “CFA 14K 68/75.” With black enamel decoration surrounding center-set pearl. Size 7½.                   250/350
                                                        [Illustrated]
246.    WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND PEARL BAR PIN
        With three diamonds and four small pearls set on a wirework frame. Length 1½”.                                  150/200

247.    TWO 14K YELLOW GOLD MEN’S RINGS                                                                                   75/100

248.    10K WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE FILIGREE BRACELET                                                      19th Century
        Set with a small diamond and two sapphires. One link damaged. Length 7".                                         300/400
                                                               [Illustrated]

249.    ART NOUVEAU GOLD PENDANT
        With relief decoration of a woman’s head surrounded by five birds. Diameter 1¾".                                350/450
                                                              [Illustrated]

250.    FINE GLASS BEADED NECKLACE                                                               Late 19th/Early 20th Century
        Worked in a flat band with black, turquoise, magenta and beige floral design. Bead tassel. Length 30".        100/150
                                                                [Illustrated]

251.    FINE GLASS BEADED NECKLACE                                                               Late 19th/Early 20th Century
        Worked in a flat band with dark blue, gold and silver in a geometric motif and elephant design. Length 30".
                                                                  [Illustrated]                                       100/150

252. 14K YELLOW GOLD MESH NECKLACE
     Length 15".                                                   [Illustrated]                                        300/400

253. INDONESIAN GOLD PENDANT
     In classic Sulawesi form. Length 3¼".                                                                               75/100

254. 14K YELLOW GOLD PENDANT
     With decoration of a moon with three stars set with diamonds. Marked “Tiffany & Co.” Diameter 1".                  100/150

254A.     TWO UNMOUNTED SHELL CAMEOS
          One with classical mythical chariot scene with multiple figures of women, horses and cherub, 1¼" x 2¼", and one
          with a profile of a young woman facing left, 1" x ¾".                                                   150/250

254B.     LOT OF MOSTLY GOLD AND GOLD PLATED JEWELRY
          Including a bead necklace, filigree bracelet, small locket, seven brooches, three pendants, part of a watch fob and
          an Asian silver fingernail protector.                                                                      100/150

254C.     FIVE GOLD POCKET WATCHES
          Including a 14K yellow gold case watch by Illinois and four in gold plated cases by Waltham, Illinois and two
          others.                                                                                                   200/300

255.    LOT OF SILVER JEWELRY
        Including a sterling silver sword-form pin, sterling silver pin with purple stone, sterling silver circle pin set with
        agate, and a silver-toned two-part buckle.                                                                         75/125

256. ODD LOT OF MOSTLY JEWELRY
     Sterling silver pill box by Gorham, 10K gold Mount Holyoke 1938 class ring, sterling silver and seed pearl
     pendant, and two small Victorian brooches.                                                                100/150

257. LADY’S ELGIN HUNTING CASE POCKET WATCH
     Presented by the Cressida Club June 19th, 1892. [Illustrated]                                                      100/150

258.    LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
        Three band bracelets including two with turquoise, two brooches with large turquoise stones, small brooch,
        barrette, and a small spoon.                                                                              100/150
259.   LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
       An engraved bead necklace and earring suite, bead necklace, and a large brooch with geometric decoration.
                                                                                                               100/150

260. LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     An ornate chain, length 66", geometric brooch with marks of Bernice Goodspeed of Taxco, mask-form brooch,
     geometric band bracelet, and a pair of earrings with turquoise.                                      100/150

261. LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     A pendent necklace set with four stones, brooch and pair of earring suite, three flower-form brooches, and an
     engraved bar pin.                                                                                          100/150

262.   LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
       A black onyx and turquoise Art Deco necklace, Indian bangle bracelet, and a child’s turquoise ring.         75/125

263. LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     A four-plaque black onyx bracelet marked “V.K.E.,” three brooches with turquoise decoration, silver bead and
     pendant necklace, and a turquoise ring.                                                                  150/250

264. LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     A six-plaque geometric design with ball-form decoration bracelet, bird-form brooch, two brooches with marks for
     Navajo Arts & Crafts Guild, pair of silver and turquoise earrings, and a small bar pin with a green stone. 150/250

265. LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     Three flower-form brooches by Danecraft, pearl brooch, geometric necklace with brown stones, and a leaf-form
     necklace by Danecraft.                                                                                  100/150

266.   LOT OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
       A moonstone bracelet and necklace, green cabochon brooch, blue stone brooch, and a small pin.            100/150

267. TWO PIECES OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
     A linked coin and turquoise necklace and a lizard-form pin.                                                   75/125

268. PAIR OF MINIATURE MILK GLASS LAMPS                                                                      19th Century
     In elephant form. Traces of gilding. Length 5".           [Illustrated]                                      200/300

269. ENGLISH ART GLASS VASE
     In a pale amber and tortoiseshell color with applied gold enamel work. Attributed to Thomas Webb and Sons.
     Height 5½".                                              [Illustrated]                                 125/175

270. RARE OPAQUE WHITE GLASS COVERED BUTTER DISH
     In the “Cosmos” pattern. Height 5½". [Illustrated]                                                         150/250

271. CUT GLASS OVERLAY BOWL
     Green-cut-to-clear in a loop and block-type cutting. Height 4". Diameter 9".                               125/175

272. TWO VICTORIAN SATIN GLASS ROSE BOWLS
     With ruffled tops. One in yellow, diameter 4¼", and one in blue, diameter 4".                                 75/125

273. THREE-PIECE VICTORIAN GLASS TABLE SET
     Consists of a center bowl and two candlesticks. Applied floral decoration. Labeled “Casa de Regal Bortoli.”
                                                                                                                   75/125

274. UNUSUAL ART GLASS BOWL
     Cased with gold ground and decorated with running red and white figures. Probably English. Height 4½". Diam-
     eter 8½".                                                                                                75/125

275. SET OF TWELVE CLEAR CUT GLASS FINGER BOWLS WITH UNDERTRAYS
                                            [Illustrated]                                                       300/600
276. CLEAR BLOWN GLASS DECANTER
     In pear shape with ball-form stopper. Height 10½".                                                              125/175

277.    ENGLISH CRANBERRY GLASS PORTRAIT VASE
        With gold enamel decoration. Damage to applied handles. Height 11½".                                         100/150

278. MT. WASHINGTON GLASS CO. MELON-FORM BOWL
     With floral decoration and silver plated rim. Height 4½". Diameter 7".                                          250/350

279. CLEAR GLASS SCULPTURE
     A seal on a ball. Ball with air-trap design. Signed “Bolton” on bottom. Height 9".                                75/125

280. ENGLISH CASED GLASS EPERGNE
     In blue and white with applied glass ribbons to each vase. Height 21".                                          300/500
                                                             [Illustrated]

281. PAIR OF OPAQUE PINK GLASS LUSTRES
     White enamel decoration. Height 14¾".                                                                           125/175

282. PAIR OF CRANBERRY GLASS LUSTRES
     Gold, blue, and white enamel decoration. Height 12".                                                            100/150

283. TWO PAIRS OF VENETIAN LATTICINIO BOWLS WITH UNDERTRAYS
     One set in gold and white and the other in blue, gold, and white. Bowls with ruffled edges.                     100/150

284. CLEAR PAIRPOINT BLOWN GLASS SWAN
     Height 7¾".                                                                                                       75/100

285. BACCARAT CLEAR GLASS INK WELL
     With silver plated cover. Original liner. Height 5".                                                            100/150

286. ART GLASS CELERY VASE
     Frosted with yellow and red floral decoration. Height 6".                                                         75/125
                                                             [Illustrated]

287. CLEAR GLASS DAUM NANCY BOWL
     Signed on bottom. Height 3¼". Diameter 6".                   [Illustrated]                                      125/175

288. SET OF FOUR CLEAR HONEYCOMB STEMMED GLASS CANDLESTICKS
     Signed “Brieley” on bottom of each. Height 9¾". [Illustrated]                                                   150/250

289. PAIR OF CLEAR CUT GLASS IRISH SWEETMEATS
     Height 14¾".                            [Illustrated]                                                           200/300

290. EIGHT MINIATURE GLASS LAMPS
     Including a pair of milk glass in the “Cosmos” pattern with polychrome details, height to collar 4¼", and six clear
     glass lamps in a Greek key pattern, cable pattern, two in a rose pattern, one floral design, and a plain blown glass
     lamp.                                                                                                          110/210

290A.     MILK GLASS PARLOR LAMP                                                                                    Circa 1890
          With floral decoration on shade and font. Height 20" to chimney. Brass finish to metal foot.                150/200

290B.     LARGE HEAVY CLEAR CUT GLASS VASE
          In squat form. Flower and thistle cutting. Height 7".                                                      200/400

290C.     PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS DISHES
          With gilt brass mounts and painted porcelain ovals on handles. Diameters 4".                               100/150

290D.     NINE-PIECE CUT OVERLAY GLASS DECANTER SET
          In white-cut-to-cranberry with enamel floral decoration. Consists of a decanter and eight port glasses.    250/350
290E.     PAIR OF GOLD IRIDESCENT GLASS LAMP SHADES
          Possibly unsigned Quezel. Diameters 5".                                                                 75/125

291.    MINIATURE AMBER GLASS LAMP
        In square form with ring handle and basketry-patterned body. Height to collar 3½".                         75/100

292.    BRASS TABLE LAMP
        Made from a gas light fixture with cased green glass shade. Height 18½".                                 125/175

293. TWO MINIATURE “NUTMEG” GLASS LAMPS
     One milk glass and one clear glass. Height to burners 2¾".                                                   80/120

294.    FOUR MINIATURE GLASS LAMPS
        Including a milk glass lamp in waisted form with cracked chimney, milk glass lamp in hexagonal arch design, milk
        glass lamp in squat ovoid form, and a lime green lamp in acanthus and shell pattern.                     100/150

295. TWO MINIATURE LAMPS AND TWO PERFUME BOTTLES
     Consists of a brass night light, nickel on brass lamp, lantern-form green glass perfume and a squat enameled glass
     perfume.                                                                                                      70/90

296. ENGLISH BANQUET LAMP
     With fluted clear cut glass font on a brass column-form stem. Height to top of burner 28½".                 200/300

297. CASED SHADOW BOX DIORAMA
     Containing an unusual assortment of 19th and 20th century jewelry, photographs, fans, knife, razor, etc. Gold-
     painted frame. 20" x 26", sight.                                                                           500/1,000

297A. FRAMED MOTHER-OF-PEARL FAN
      With classical lithographed scenes with gilt and hand-painted highlights. 13¼" x 23½" overall.             250/350

297B. FRAMED CELLULOID FAN
      Hand-painted floral details. 7" x 13", overall.                                                             75/100

297C. SIX RUSSIAN PAPIER MACHÉ BOXES
      With decorated lids. Diameters range from 2" to 7¼".                                                       400/600

297D. SIX CONTINENTAL AND ENGLISH PAPIER MACHÉ SNUFF BOXES
      With decorated lids. Diameters range from 2¾" to 3½".                                                      300/400

297E. COLLECTION OF THIRTEEN ASSORTED BOXES
      In silver, cloisonné, papier maché, and more. Lengths range from ½" to 3¾".                                250/400

297F. COLLECTION OF EIGHT HANDBAGS
      Including two jewelled, one alligator, one lizard and four leather.                                        100/200

298. ENGLISH CERAMIC URN
     In a blue and deep-red glaze with gilt decoration. Ram’s head handles. Repaired finial. Height 25½".        500/800
                                                             [Illustrated]

299. ROSEVILLE ROZANE ART POTTERY VASE                                                                        Circa 1900
     In ovoid form with standard glaze. Trumpet-form mouth with floral design. Height 7¼".                       100/150

300.    PAIR OF PARIAN FIGURES
        Of young girls. One praying and the other playing a lyre. Height 9".                                       75/125

301.    MAJOLICA TWO-PART JARDINIERE ON STAND                                                 Late 19th/Early 20th Century
        In pink, brown and green glazes. Height 25".                                                               100/150

302.    GROUP OF FOUR GERMAN PORCELAIN CRINOLINE FIGURES                                                          150/200
303.   TWO-PART CERAMIC JARDINIERE ON PEDESTAL Late 19th/ Early 20th Century
       With floral decoration. Height 33" overall.                                                                100/150

304.   ART POTTERY VASE
       In coil form with a dark brown glaze. Signed with an entwined “S” on bottom, reported to be by Shawsheen
       Pottery. Height 6¾".                                                                                   125/175

305. GERMAN PORCELAIN CABINET VASE
     In an aqua glaze with silver overlay flower and bird design. Height 3½".                                     75/125

306. CROWN DEVON CHINA HUMIDOR
     In a red glaze and multi-color ship design. Height 5½".                                                      75/125

307. LIMOGES PORCELAIN GAME PLATE
     With quail in flight decoration. Diameter 11½".                                                              75/100

308. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAPANESE CHARGER
     With hawthorn tree decoration. Diameter 12".                                                                100/150

309. PAIR OF FAIENCE CANDLESTICKS                                                                             Circa 1900
     With dragon and goose design. Height 12½".                                                                  200/300

310. HENRIOT QUIMPER POTTERY PLATE
     In flower form with floral design. Diameter 9½".          [Illustrated]                                        40/60

311. SET OF EIGHT HENRIOT QUIMPER POTTERY PLATES
     With figural decoration. Diameter 7½".  [Illustrated]                                                       175/225

312. COLLECTION OF SIX HENRIOT QUIMPER BOWLS
     In shell form with figural decoration. Some variation. Length 4".                                           100/120
                                                              [Illustrated]

313. ENGLISH SEMI-PORCELAIN CHARGER
     Titled on back “Christmas with the Guild.” Diameter 15½".                                                   150/200

314. WEDGWOOD PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE
     In the “Bullfinch” pattern. Includes:
     12 9½" dinner plates                  9 saucers                      8 coffee cups
     13 6½" plates                         8 luncheon plates              20 bread and butter plates
     8 10½" service plates                                                                                       200/300

315.   ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE
       Including twelve saucers, twelve 9½" square-form dinner plates, and eleven cups. In a red and white peacock
       design.                                                                                                  300/500

316. ITALIAN MAJOLICA APOTHECARY JAR                                                                       18th Century
     Decorated on one face with a saint and on the reverse with a turban-bedecked bust portrait. Height 6½". 150/250

317. LOT OF LENOX ASSORTED CHINA
     Including six 8" black-mark plates, two sets of green-mark creamers and sugars, three black-mark cups, and a 3½"
     octagonal black-mark bowl.                                                                               150/250

318. TWENTY-SIX PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES
     Fourteen by Wedgwood in the “Spode’s Jewel” pattern (one with some backside staining) and twelve “Patrician
     and Torbay” plates in green and white.                                                                  80/120

319.   SIXTEEN WEDGWOOD PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES
       Including eight in the “Goldenrod-Solidago” pattern with chip to one, diameter 9", and eight in the “Patrician”
       pattern, diameter 8½".                                                                                       80/120
320.   MARBLEHEAD POTTERY ROLLED-RIM BOWL
       In lavender. Height 2". Diameter 8".                                                                          200/300

321. BLUE AND WHITE DELFT POTTERY CHARGER                                                Late 18th/Early 19th Century
     Windmills in landscape decoration with raised blue wave design around the bottom rim. Diameter 14".       75/100

322. TWO ENGLISH SOFT PASTE PLATES
     In green leaf motifs. One marked “Brameld.” Diameters 7½" and 8½". Together with an English coronation dish,
     diameter 7", Wedgwood creamware dish depicting the Royal Palms Bermuda, diameter 10", and a Prattware dish
     depicting Italian ruins, diameter 8".                                                                   50/75

323. ENGLISH WORCESTER PORCELAIN TEA CADDY                                                                     18th Century
     With floral decoration. No cover. Height 5".                                                                   100/125

324. LOT OF ENGLISH MINTON POTTERY
     Including three salt glaze pitchers, height 5", and three basketweave-design covered boxes, diameter 4½". 75/125

325. CONTINENTAL .800 FINE SILVER MODEL
     Of a two-masted Mediterranean vessel. Wooden base. Height 7¾".
                                                         [Illustrated]                                               250/300

326. SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE ON STAND                                                  Early 19th Century
     By Matthew Bolton. Squat ovoid form with engraved pineapple crest. Ivory handle and finial. Marked on teapot
     with sunburst marks. Overall height, 14".           [Illustrated]                                       300/400

327. STERLING SILVER PARTIAL FLATWARE SERVICE BY LUNT
     By Lunt in the “American Victorian” pattern. Consists of:
     15 knives                       6 soup spoons             19 teaspoons
     3 tablespoons                   8 salad forks             14 dinner forks
     6 iced tea spoons               8 butter knives           4 serving spoons
     1 serving spoon and fork        1 large ladle              1 small ladle                                      800/1,200

328. FIVE STERLING SILVER DISHES
     Including one with a repoussé floral edge and one by S. Kirk & Son.                           41.2 troy oz.     200/300

329. SEVEN PIECES OF STERLING SILVER HOLLOWWARE
     Including four bowls, footed dish, and a sauce bowl with undertray. One by J.E. Caldwell and one for Bailey,
     Banks & Biddle.                                                                           42.6 troy oz. 250/350

330.   LOT OF MOSTLY STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
       Including six forks with weighted handles, two six-piece sets of teaspoons, serving spoon with weighted handle,
       pair of English tablespoons, English serving spoon and a Russian silver serving spoon.     16.6 troy oz.   75/100

331. STERLING SILVER SUGAR AND CREAMER
     In Georgian form.                                                                             12.2 troy oz.      75/125

332. SILVER FOOTED BOWL                                                           Probably Continental, Mid-19th Century
     Engraved body. Diameter 5".                                                                  6.0 troy oz.     50/75

333. TWO SETS OF TEASPOONS
     Including a six-piece English 18th century-style set and a twelve-piece American rat tail-style set.
                                                                                                   11.0 troy oz.     100/150

334. PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR TONGS                                                                           Circa 1757
     With bright-cut decoration, pierced arms and shell-form ends. Marks of Stephen Ardesoif.       1.2 troy oz.     100/150

335. THREE PAIRS OF ENGLISH SILVER SUGAR TONGS
     Maker’s marks of William Sumner, John Wren and Samuel Gobbenere & Edward Wigan.                3.0 troy oz.     200/300
336.    THREE ENGLISH STERLING SILVER AND SILVER PLATED SUGAR TONGS
        Sterling silver pair by J. Stone of Exeter and two pairs of silver plated tongs.                                60/90

337.    STERLING SILVER BREAD BASKET
        By Whiting. With openwork rim. Length 14½".                                                   15.4 troy oz.   100/150

338. EUROPEAN STERLING SILVER COMPOTE
     With chased figural decoration and reticulated border. Height 6½". Length 7¼". Width 5¼". Base weighted.
                                                                                                                       75/100

339. ENGLISH SILVER TEAPOT AND COFFEEPOT
     Hallmarks for London, 1860-1861. Both with engraved decoration. Coffeepot height 9¾". 45.4 troy oz.              500/700
                                                         [Illustrated]

340. ENGLISH THREE-PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SET
     Including a teapot, height 9", open sugar bowl, and a creamer. Monogrammed “T.”
                                                                       28.2 troy oz. including wooden handles         250/350
                                                              [Illustrated]

341. CONTINENTAL SILVER SWEETMEAT
     Hand-hammered floral and foliate work. Cover with swan-form finial. Height 9".                   10.2 troy oz.   200/300
                                                          [Illustrated]

342. SIX STERLING SILVER DEMITASSE CUP HOLDERS AND SAUCERS
     By Whiting. Five porcelain cup liners.                                                           10.8 troy oz.    50/100

343. LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED SILVER PLATED HOLLOWWARE AND FLATWARE                                                        50/60

344. SEVEN STERLING SILVER AND SILVER PLATED ITEMS
     Glass vase with silver holder, mustard jar with cobalt blue glass liner, German silver basket with crystal liner,
     sterling silver basket with cobalt liner, two sterling silver salts with cobalt blue liners, and a silver-overlaid-on-
     cobalt-blue glass basket.                                                                                           75/125

344A. OVAL REPOUSSÉ CONTINENTAL SILVER BOX
      Top decorated with genre scene and foliate design on edges. Length 5¾". Width 2¾".               6.0 troy oz.   100/200

344B. THREE-PIECE SILVER PLATED GIRANDOLE SET
      With Classical figures mounted on marble. Height of center piece 17¼".                                          250/350

344C. STERLING SILVER PORRINGER
      By Whiting. Diameter 5¼".                                                                        5.0 troy oz.    80/120

345. ENGLISH SILVER FOOTED SALVER
     Hallmarks for London, 1897-1898. Maker’s mark of “Md & Sns” in a shield, untraced. Gadroon border and claw-
     and-ball feet.                                                                        17.4 troy oz. 150/200

346. STERLING SILVER DRESSER SET
     By Blackington. Consists of a button hook, nail file, two clothes brushes, hairbrush, mirror, comb, and a tray.
     Together with a non-matching hand mirror, possibly not silver.                                                100/200

346A.     PARTIAL SET OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
          By Durgin (a division of Gorham). In the “Chrysanthemum” pattern. Consists of:
          12 luncheon forks                  1 dinner knife           1 meat fork
          12 butter knives                   1 dinner fork            2 serving spoons
          12 luncheon knives                 1 gravy ladle            1 reticulated ladle
                                                                      60.2 troy oz. not including knives          1,000/1,500

346B.     STERLING SILVER OVERLAY WATER PITCHER
          Scrolled motif with commemorative inscription “1888 B 1913.” Height 8".                                     100/150
347.   ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TEAPOT                                                                    20th Century
       Height 9½".                                                                                18.2 troy oz. 150/250

348. RUSSIAN SILVER WASTE BOWL
     Height 2¾".                                                                                  12.8 troy oz.    100/200

349.   STERLING SILVER PLATE
       In the “Wedgwood” pattern by International. Diameter 10".                                  10.8 troy oz.     75/125

350.   SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER COMMEMORATIVE PLATES
       Issued by the National Audubon Society. Includes “The Wood Duck,” “The Ruffed Grouse,” “The Cardinal,” and
       “The Goldfinch.” Diameters 8".                                                       23.2 troy oz. 100/150

350A. STERLING SILVER RECTANGULAR TRAY
      Length 14½".                                                                                15.8 troy oz.     75/100

351. MEXICAN STERLING SILVER COVERED VEGETABLE DISH
     With divider. Length 14".                                                                    40.0 troy oz.    100/150

352. EDUARD GRÜTZNER
     German, 1846 - 1925
     Three friars drinking at a table. Signed upper right “Grützner.” Oil on canvas, 8½" x 10".               3,000/5,000
                                                              [Illustrated]

353. BARBIZON SCHOOL STYLE
     19 th Century
     Italian landscape with figures doing laundry beneath a bridge. Unsigned. Oil on panel, 10½" x 6½". Framed.
                                                                                                             200/300

354. A. TREVISAN
     Italian, Early 20th Century
     Gondolier on a Venetian canal. Signed lower left. Oil on canvas, 18½" x 12½". Framed.                         200/300

355. TAKEO WATARI
     Early 20th Century
     Floral still life. Dated 1928. Marked on reverse “Island Park, NY Takeo Watari. 1938. Japanese Count.” Oil on
     canvas, 24" x 36". Framed.                                                                               400/600

356. CONTINENTAL
     18 th/19 th Century
     A Dutch winter scene with a figure and a horse on a road. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 25" x 33". Ornate gilt frame.
                                                             [Illustrated]                                 2,000/3,000

356A. THOMAS YOUNG
      Providence, RI, early 19th Century
      Portrait of a gentleman. Signed on reverse “Painted by Tho. Young.” Old repaired split in board. Oil on wood
      panel, 29½" x 18¾". Unframed.                                                                            500/1,000

356B. HAROLD C. DUNBAR
      American, 1882 - 1957
      Dune scene. Signed lower left “H.C. Dunbar 1919.” Oil on panel, 10" x 14". Framed.                          500/1,000

356C. HAROLD C. DUNBAR
      American, 1882 - 1957
      Pleasant Bay inlet with boats. Signed lower left “H.C. Dunbar 1919.” Oil on canvas, 11" x 14". Framed 800/1,200
356D. HAROLD C. DUNBAR
      American, 1882 - 1957
      Landscape of Herring River, Harwich, MA. Signed lower right “H.C. Dunbar 1920.” Oil on canvas, 20" x 24".
      Framed.                                                                                          1,200/1,800

356E. HAROLD C. DUNBAR
      American, 1882 - 1957
      A house by Pleasant Bay. Signed lower right “H.C. Dunbar.” Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed.              1,200/1,800

357. O. PALMER
     English/Dutch, 20th Century
     Full-rigged ship leaving a harbor. Signed lower right. Oil on canvas, 12" x 15½". Framed.                      200/300

358. L. BAZZI
     Italian, 20th Century
     View of Montmarte. Signed lower right. Oil on panel, 8" x 10". Framed.                                         150/250

359. UNSIGNED
     English, 1st Quarter of 19th Century
     A gentleman astride a horse in a landscape. Illegible writing on stretcher. Relined. Oil on canvas, 17¼" x 22¾".
     Framed.                                                                                                   500/1,000

360. MAE BENNETT BROWN
     American, 1887 - 1973
     “Larkspur.” Signed lower right “M. Bennett Brown.” Member of Northshore AA and Rockport AA. Oil on canvas,
     28¼" x 23". Heavy gilt frame.                                                                      500/800

360A.    VLADIMIR LEBEDEV
         (American, 1910 - 1991)
         An old house, Block Island, NY. Dated 1965. Oil on board, 12" x 16". Framed.                               400/600

360B.    J.L. FINDLAY
         (American, early 20th century)
         “Mountain Torrent” of a rock-strewn river with fall foliage. Titled on stretcher. Signed lower right “J.L. Findlay.”
         Oil on canvas, 29" x 19". Framed.                                                                            200/400

360C.    E.L.? BRYCE
         (Untraced)
         Lough Corrib - Connemara, Irish river landscape north of Galway. Signed lower right. Oil on paper, 6" x 8", sight.
         Unframed.                                                                                                 125/175

361.    ORIENTAL RUG: MALAYER                                   3’5" x 4’7"                                          100/150

362.    ORIENTAL RUG: BAKTIARI                                  5’6" x 8’6"                                          450/650

363.    ORIENTAL RUG: AFGHAN BOUKARA                            5’8" x 7’4"                                          400/500

364.    ORIENTAL RUG: BELOUCH RUNNER                            3’0" x 10’0"                                         350/450

365.    ORIENTAL RUG: PERSIAN DESIGN                            6’6" x 9’5"                                       1,000/1,500

366.    ORIENTAL RUG: HERIZ                                     4’6" x 3’2"                                          150/200

367.    ORIENTAL RUG: PERSIAN DESIGN                            3’0" x 4’0"                                          220/280

368.    ORIENTAL RUG: CHINESE DESIGN                            4’0" x 5’0"                                          350/450

369.    ORIENTAL RUG: BAKTIARI                                  6’10" x 10’8"                                      800/1,200
370.    ORIENTAL RUG: TURKOMAN                                  3’6" x 5’3"                                       220/280

371.    ORIENTAL RUG: KILIM GARDEN DESIGN                       6’4" x 4’8"                                       320/380

372.    ORIENTAL RUG: HAMADAN                                   4’4" x 7’4"                                       180/220

373.    ORIENTAL RUG: MALAYER                                   3’3" x 5’4"                                       100/150

374.    ORIENTAL RUG: BIDJAR DESIGN MAT                         2’1" x 4’0"                                         40/60

375.    ORIENTAL RUG: TABRIZ DESIGN                             6’0" x 9’0"                                       400/600

376.    ORIENTAL RUG: ZEIGLER MAHAL                             8’2" x 9’8"                                    1,200/1,800

377.    ORIENTAL RUG: KAZAK DESIGN RUNNER                       2’9" x 9’11"                                      320/380

378.    ORIENTAL RUG: HUSSEINABAD RUNNER                        2’8" x 12’9"                                      150/200

379.    ORIENTAL RUG: MOSUL                                     5’3" x 10’2"                                      200/400

379A. ORIENTAL RUG: PAIR OF AFGHAN SADDLE BAGS 2’0" x 4’2"
      With sumac woven faces.                                                                                    100/200

380. FINE CUT CRYSTAL CHANDELIER                                                                             20th Century
     In an Art Deco style. Height 22".                           [Illustrated]                                    400/600

381. BRASS STUDENT LAMP
     With milk glass shade. Electrified. Height 21½".                                                             125/175

381A.    VICTORIAN SOFA
         In walnut. Finger carving and carved crest. Yellow leather upholstery. Length 71½".                     300/400

381B.    PAIR OF CONTINENTAL-STYLE WING CHAIRS
         Blue and white tapestry upholstery. Faux gilt scroll bases.                                             400/600

381C.    CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIR                                                                              19th Century
         With lift seat.                                                                                          150/250

381D.    HEXAGONAL TABLE
         In oak. Carved skirt, legs and stretcher base. Height 28¾". Top 30" square.                             150/250

381E.    TWO-TIER STAND
         In walnut. One drawer. Height 24¼". Top 17¾" square.                                                    125/175

381F.    DEMILUNE CONSOLE CABINET
         Label of Maslow Freen, NY. Various select wood veneers. Center drawer over a cupboard with three interior
         drawers. Height 36½". Width 51½". Depth 22½".                                                         400/600

381G.    ENGLISH 18TH CENTURY-STYLE SIDEBOARD
         In walnut. Three drawers. Carbriole legs and shell-carved knees. Height 33½". Width 77½". Depth 20¾".
                                                                                                                  400/500

381H.    VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED LOVE SEAT
         Walnut frame. Tufted back and loose cushion. Length 54".                                                300/500

381I.    LOVE SEAT
         In cherry. Pierced decoration and carved back crest. Polished cotton floral upholstery on seat and back. Length
         48¾". (en suite with next lot).                                                                           250/350
382.   BRONZE PATINATED VASE
       In urn form. Mounted as a lamp. Height 32".                                                             150/250

383.   FAMILLE NOIR PORCELAIN TEMPLE JAR
       Decoration of pheasants in a floral landscape. Mounted as a lamp. Repaired. Height 11".                   50/75

384.   DUTCH BRASS CHANDELIER
       With six-socle arms. Diameter 23½".                                                                    400/600

384A. PAIR OF JAPANESE BRONZE PRICKET CANDLESTICKS
      With relief wave design. Formerly mounted as lamps. Height 26½".                                        150/250

385. GREEN SLAG GLASS HANGING LAMP
     In Mission style with 13" square shade.                                                                  250/350

386.   PAIR OF THREE-SOCLE CRYSTAL AND GILT METAL WALL SCONCES
       With mirrored backs. Possibly Baccarat. Height 23½".                                                   200/300

387. FRENCH GREEN AND WHITE PORCELAIN CLOCK                                                                19th Century
     With gilt and painted floral decoration. White enamel dial. With chime. Clock and base separate. Overall height
     16".                                                                                                       150/250

388. ENGLISH TALL-CASE CLOCK
     In oak. Brass works, engraved brass dial with second sweep and date. Unsigned. Case cut down. Height 83¼".
                                                            [Illustrated]                               1,200/1,500

389. FRENCH SHELF CLOCK                                                             Second Half of the 19th Century
     With two-color marble base. Porcelain dial with ormolu-trimmed bezel surmounted by bronze-finished figure.
     Face marked “Jules Leferve/Rue Du Temple 191.” Height 15".                                             450/600
                                                           [Illustrated]

390.   ROYAL DOULTON PORCELAIN FIGURE
       “The Flower Seller’s Children.” HN1342. Height 8".     [Illustrated]                                   125/175

390A. TWO PORCELAIN FIGURINES
      Including a Royal Doulton figurine “Janet,” height 6½", and a Royal Worcester figurine “Sisters,” height 7".
                                                                                                                100/150

390B. ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE
      “Sweet and Twenty.” Length 7".                                                                            80/120

390C. ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE
      “Penelope.” Height 7".                                                                                    75/100

390D. PAIR OF LIMOGES FIGURAL GROUPS
      Young men and women in bucolic settings. Heights 8½".                                                   100/120

391. ROYAL DOULTON PORCELAIN FIGURE
     “The Shepherd.” HN1975. Height 8¾".                      [Illustrated]                                     80/120

392. ROYAL DOULTON PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP
     “Granny’s Heritage.” HN2031. Height 7". [Illustrated]                                                    100/150

393. HEREND PORCELAIN FIGURE                                                                         Early 20th Century
     Depicting a girl with geese. Impressed mark. Height 7¾".                                                    75/100
                                                           [Illustrated]
394.   SET OF TWELVE ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FIGURES
       “Children of the Months.” Heights range from 4¼" to 7¼".                                                1,000/1,500
                                                            [Illustrated]

395.   SET OF SEVEN ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FIGURES
       “Children of the Week.” Heights range from 4½" to 7¾".                                                    700/1,000
                                                            [Illustrated]

396. ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FIGURE
     “Bubbles.” Modeled by F.G. Doughty. Height 7¼".                                                               150/250

397. FULPER POTTERY VOLCANIC-GLAZED BOWL
     With rolled rim. Height 2¾". Diameter 11".                                                                    200/300

398. MEISSEN PORCELAIN BOWL
     With relief foliate design. Traces of gilding. Diameter 10½".                                                  75/125
                                                              [Illustrated]

399. SIX-PIECE PORCELAIN GAME SERVICE
     Consisting of five 9" plates with bird decoration and an oval 15" platter.                                    200/250
                                                              [Illustrated]

400. TWENTY-FIVE PIECE GOLD AND WHITE ENGLISH CHINA SET                                          English, Early 19th Century
     Including seventeen 9½" plates, two pairs of compotes and four tazzas.                                       500/1,000
                                                            [Illustrated]

401. PAIR OF SOFT PASTE COVERED VEGETABLE DISHES
     With foliate decoration. Length 12½".                                                                         200/300

402.   PAIR OF H.B. QUIMPER POTTERY CANDLESTICKS
       In trumpet form with floral design. Height 7".                                                               125/175

403.   LENOX PORCELAIN PARTIAL DINNER SERVICE
       In the “Cretan” pattern. Consists of:
       6 10¾" dinner plates              2 8¼" soup plates             2 8¼" plates
       5 cups and saucers                6 6¼" bread and butter plates Together with a similar vase and dish.      100/150

404. ROSEVILLE POTTERY EWER
     In blue with floral decoration. Height 6½".                                                                    75/100

405.   IRONSTONE COVERED CHEESE DISH
       With derby-style transfer. Height 5¾". Together with a set of eight porcelain fruit plates.                    60/90

406. LOT OF WEDGWOOD POTTERY WITH CLASSICAL SPRIGGING
     Dark blue pieces include: pitcher (height 6¼"), pitcher (height 5" with small spout chip), teapot (length 8"),
     covered sugar bowl (diameter 5"), and waste bowl (diameter 4"). Together with a light blue candlestick, height 5".
                                                                                                                  150/250

407. MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION SERVING PLATTER
     Length 21".                                                                                                   150/250

408. SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS POTTERY LOW BOWL
     In blue glaze. Undecorated. Marked on bottom “SEG.” Height 2". Diameter 3½".                                  100/200

409. CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FENESTRATED BOWL
     With hand-painted floral decoration in blue and gold on white. Diameter 13".                                     60/90

410. ROYAL WORCESTER HANDLED VASE
     With purple mark. Floral decoration. Height 6".                                                                125/150
410A.     MAJOLICA WATER PITCHER
          Leaves and songbird and nest with eggs decoration. Leaf-form handle. Height 9½".                        100/150

410B.     PAIR OF TEPLETZ-STYLE PORCELAIN BUSTS
          A man and a woman in classical dress. Heights 4½" and 5", respectively.                                  75/100

411.    THREE ASSORTED FRENCH PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS                                                          100/200

412.    SIX JAPANESE PORCELAIN FISH PLATES
        In shell form with varying polychrome and gilt decoration. 9" x 8½".                                       75/100

413. GERMAN STONEWARE FLAGON
     In gray with heavy cobalt blue decoration. Attached pewter lid. Age line. Height 16".                        100/150

414. THREE-PIECE PIERPOINT GLASS SET
     Including a pair of candlesticks and a chalice in clear and amber glass. All three with air-trapped stems.   100/150
                                                               [Illustrated]

415. HEAVY CUT GLASS PITCHER
     With Harvard-style cutting to body. Height 10¼".          [Illustrated]                                      150/250

416. PAIR OF VENETIAN GLASS CANDLESTICKS
     In dolphin form. Clear sockets and feet with pale red dolphins. Height 12½".                                 150/250
                                                             [Illustrated]

417. CUT GLASS VASE
     With floral and foliate cutting. Height 16".                                                                 100/150

418. CUT GLASS VASE
     In cylindrical form with cane-cut band and two panels of floral and foliate cutting. Height 11¾".            100/150

419. FINE CUT GLASS TANKARD-FORM PITCHER
     With cane-cut upper and lower foot and foliate and floral cutting around bottom. Height 13¼".                100/150

420. STEUBEN CRYSTAL VASE
     In a lyre-form pattern. Height 12".                       [Illustrated]                                      200/300

421. PAIR OF AMBER GRAPE-DECORATED GLASS CANDLESTICKS
     By Pairpoint. Height 10¾".            [Illustrated]                                                          150/250

422. FRENCH BRASS CASED SHELF CLOCK
     With beveled glass and mercury-weighted pendulum. Height 11".                                                150/250
                                                        [Illustrated]

423.    VENINI ART GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE
        In dark green ovoid form with flame-form stopper by Laura Diaz de Santillana, granddaughter of Paolo Venini.
        Height 6¼". Original box.                                                                              100/150

424. SET OF SIX CARLO MORETTI GLASS TUMBLERS
     Cased glass in yellow on turquoise in the “Pirus” pattern. Height 4". Original boxes.                        100/150

425. PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS CLASSICAL-FORM CANDLESTICKS
     Height 10".                                                                                                   75/125

426. FOURTEEN PIECES OF CUT AND CUT OVERLAY GLASS STEMWARE
     Consisting of nine red-cut-to-clear wineglasses and a set of five clear cut cordials.                         80/120

427. AMETHYST GLASS DECANTER                                                                             Probably English
     Cut and enamel-decorated body. Height 16".                                                                  100/150

428.    CUT GLASS TRUMPET-FORM VASE
        With foliate, fan, and swag cutting. Height 10¼".                                                         100/150

429.    CUT GLASS TRUMPET-FORM VASE
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