Lot 41    

Pair of Dutch Baroque-style Brass Two-tier Chandeliers,
2009, Fall Fine and Decorative Art, Oct 2 & 3
Continental, 20th century. Two Dutch Baroque-style brass twelve-light chandeliers, having turned and spherical standard fitted with S-scroll arms above ball pendants, crowned with brass Dutch-style figures; ht. 38, dia. 30 in. plus 14 in. original chain.

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Ferdinand Pautrot Bronze Bird Sculpture,
Lot # 267 - Ferdinand Pautrot Bronze Bird Sculpture,
French, ca 1850. A bronze sculpture of a songbird, by Ferdinand Pautrot (French, 1832-74), in a gold patina. Signed Pautrot to base. ht. 9.25, lg. 7 in. > Item Details
<i>Afternoon Reading</i> by Roberto Raimondi (Italian, 1877-1961),
Lot # 6 - Afternoon Reading by Roberto Raimondi (Italian, 1877-1961),
watercolor on paper, signed and with Roma, lower left; 22 x 15 in. > Item Details
Japanese Imari Blue and White Porcelain,
Lot # 303 - Japanese Imari Blue and White Porcelain,
five bowls, late 19th century. Octagonal forms with cobalt underglaze floral decoration; largest bowls, dia. 8.5 in. > Item Details
Coalport Attributed Gilded Japan Pattern Soup Bowls,
Lot # 206 - Coalport Attributed Gilded Japan Pattern Soup Bowls,
English, ca 1810. A pair of Coalport (attributed) soup bowls, typically decorated in cobalt and iron red, and lavishly embellished with gilding, unmarked; ht. 1.75, dia. 9.75 in. > Item Details
Baccarat & Steuben Art Glass Vases, Plus,
Lot # 296 - Baccarat & Steuben Art Glass Vases, Plus,
Continental, 20th century. A Baccarat urn form vase, acid signed, together with a Steuben colorless vase with intaglio horse decoration, and a signed and numbered Ekena/Sweden/1347 vase in mottled turquoise glass. Largest: ht. 8.5 in. > Item Details
Victorian Grape Cluster Hanging Chandelier,
Lot # - Victorian Grape Cluster Hanging Chandelier,
UPDATE CONDITION ca 1910. Of reverse painted molded glass to simulate grapes, with central light with pattern number and 1910?? patent date, and four smaller globes suspended by chains. Original fittings including Paiste sockets and paddle switches. Oah. 44, dia. 16 in. > Item Details
18th Century Silver Pocket Watch, W. Wilson, London,
Lot # 191 - 18th Century Silver Pocket Watch, W. Wilson, London,
ca 1700-25. Paired silver case, dial signed Wilson/London. Movement signed, W. Wilson. Crown wheel escapement, champleve dial, beetle and poker hands, square baluster pillars. Together with a gold and enameled watch key in the form of a dueling pistol. Case dia. 2 in. > Item Details
Linsey- Woolsey Quilt,
Lot # 402 - Linsey- Woolsey Quilt,
American, possibly Kentucky, ca 1800, wool red and blue plaids with solid red in a stripe pattern; 89 x 69 in. > Item Details
Hester Bateman Silver Salver,
Lot # 100 - Hester Bateman Silver Salver,
English, mark of Hester Bateman, London, 1786, with double bead and seedpod border, supported on three ball and claw feet; ht. 1.5, dia. 12 in. Original correspondence accompanies lot. > Item Details
Eight English Wheel-back Dining Chairs
Lot # 209 - Eight English Wheel-back Dining Chairs
A suite of eight Edwardian mahogany dining chairs, ca 1900, in the Adam taste, consisting of two armchairs and six side chairs, each with a circular carved wheel back above a fluted apron, raised on fluted, tapering, quadangular legs, ending in moulded block feet; oah 34 in. > Item Details
New Hampshire Shaker Tilting Chair,
Lot # 844 - New Hampshire Shaker Tilting Chair,
Enfield, New Hampshire, ca 1860. A New Hampshire Shaker tilting chair with a cane seat, and retaining an old finish; seat height 16, overall height 39 in. > Item Details
Whale Bone and Baleen Jagging Wheel,
Lot # 539 - Whale Bone and Baleen Jagging Wheel,
American, ca 1860. A whale bone and baleen jagging wheel, constructed of whale bone over a baleen core, the outside carved with hearts and circles, the end fitted with a star-form pierced fluting wheel. Lg. 5.5 in. > Item Details
Derby Fluted Tea Pot with Gilding,
Lot # 128 - Derby Fluted Tea Pot with Gilding,
English, ca 1782-1800. A covered tea pot of molded, fluted form, decorated with vining polychrome and gilt sprigs. Painted overglaze puce crossed batons and D mark and gilders numeral III, also pattern number 12 and impressed T?. Height 6.75, 9 in. spout to handle. > Item Details
Ash Burl Bowl,
Lot # 428 - Ash Burl Bowl,
American, ca 1800, Oval; ht. 7, lg. 21 in. > Item Details
J.J. Bangs Cincinnati Coin Silver Julep Cup,
Lot # 644 - J.J. Bangs Cincinnati Coin Silver Julep Cup,
American, Cincinnati, Ohio, by J.J. Bangs (w. 1829). A coin silver julep cup with tapered sides, applied reeded rim and foot. Engraved Premium/A. Renick/George Renick Adams. Struck J.J. Bangs in an oblong reserve. Ht. 3.5 in., 5.144 ozt. According to Beckman, John Bangs appeared only in 1829 in the... > Item Details
Treen Bowls,
Lot # 431 - Treen Bowls,
American, 19th century. Three treen bowls with pestle; largest ht. 3.5 to 4, dia.4 to 8 in. > Item Details
Brass English Candlesticks,
Lot # 92 - Brass English Candlesticks,
lot of 5, ca 1730-60. Includes a pair of scalloped foot seamed candlesticks, height 7.25 in., a bronze candlestick with push-up ejector and domed, square base, height 5in., and a pair of square base brass candlesticks, height 4.75 in. (See Caspall, 2000: 110, fig. 220.) > Item Details
George III Mahogany Canterbury,
Lot # 146 - George III Mahogany Canterbury,
circa 1800, with oak secondary. The divided base with one long drawer with brass knobs, raised on ring turned legs ending in brass cup casters; height 20.5, width 18, depth 14 in. > Item Details
[WHALING] Starbuck, Alexander, and More,
Lot # 579 - [WHALING] Starbuck, Alexander, and More,
lot of 4. History of the American Whale Fishery from its Earliest Inception to the Year 1876. Waltham (MA): Published by the author, 1878, first edition. 8vo, brown cloth, leatherette spine with gilt lettering; 767 numbered pp, plus 6 figures and list of illustrations in rear. Also included is a tw... > Item Details
Peters and Reed Attributed Floor Vase,
Lot # 890 - Peters and Reed Attributed Floor Vase,
American, ca 1895-1920. A Peters and Reed attribution floor vase with lug handles, covered in a marbleized green glaze. Unmarked; ht. 18 in. > Item Details
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