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Circle Auction Terms & Conditions
Thank you for bidding with Circle Auction. We appreciate your business. The following terms & conditions contain important information that bidders need to review and understand prior to bidding. For your convenience, we have bulleted a few of the most important terms & conditions for your quick review. Please understand that the terms & conditions is a legal agreement and you need to read them in their entirety.
-To Bid: You will need to register for an auction. We will get contact and payment information from you.
-Buyer’s Premium: A buyer’s premium is an additional charge to the winning bidder It is a percentage of their bid and is added to the winning bid amount. The buyer’s premium ranges between 19% to 21% (depending on buying platform) of the final hammer price.
-Condition: For the convenience of our buyers we take detailed photos of the auction items, as well as note any condition issues that we see. We highly encourage you to come to the pre-auction preview and look at the items in person. We will not give refunds for condition issues.
-Payment: If you are a winning bidder you will need to pay for your item within 5 business days. You won’t be able to pick up or ship your item(s) until it has been paid in full.
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-Shipping: Circle Auction does not have in-house shipping. We can recommend 3rd party shippers. You are responsible for arranging for shipment and paying all costs involved. We are unable to give refunds due to shipping issues.
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All lots listed in the auction are offered by Circle Auction LLC (“Circle”) as seller’s agent or owner, are subject to the following terms and conditions. These terms may be supplemented or amended by us at any time prior to the start of an auction. Registering for an auction by Circle or bidding on any lot by any means, including, but not limited to, in-person, by telephone, or online bidding platforms and applications, establishes the bidder’s agreement and acceptance to be bound by these auction terms and conditions.
Before you place a bid at Circle Auction
General Lot Condition: Circle strongly recommends, if at all possible, prospective bidders to examine lots in person prior to placing a bid. Circle representatives make every attempt to note any issue(s) with condition or item damages in the lot description as a courtesy to bidders, but it is the responsibility of the bidder to determine lot condition prior to bidding. The lack of any note by Circle as to the condition of the lot does not imply that the lot is free of wear and tear and/or in mint condition.
Circle representatives are not professional restorators or conservators, and we suggest interested parties consult with conservation professionals for a more detailed opinion. Unless otherwise stated, all lots are sold “AS IS, WHERE IS,” and all sales are final.
Artist Attribution Convention:
“Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this is a work by the named artist.
Attributed to “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this is probably a work by the named artist, though with less certainty.
Studio of “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the named artist, which may or may not have been executed under the artist's direction.
Circle of “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this a work by an unidentified yet distinct hand closely associated with the named artist, but not necessarily his pupil.
Style of…..; follower of “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this is a work by an artist working in the named artist's style, contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil.
Manner of “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this is a work in the style of the named artist and of a later date.
After “Artist Name”: Our opinion is that this is a copy of a known work of the named artist.
The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that our opinion is that the signature, date, and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist.
The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means our opinion is that the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand.
With signature..., With date..., With inscription...: Our opinion is that the signature/date/inscription is by a hand other than that of the named artist.
Jewelry Lot Condition: All jewelry has been inspected by our in house IIJA Registered Gemologist Appraiser. Unless otherwise stated all grading is done without removing the gemstones from the settings and all weights, measurements and grades are approximate as far as the setting permits. Gemstones are often subjected to various treatments to enhance their appearance. Most often these treatments are normal and acceptable within industry standards. When a treatment is detected that is not normal it will be noted in the description. Identification of some treatments require sophisticated equipment not found in the standard gemological lab and no binding representation can be made for the existence of such a treatment.
All metals and construction methods are identified only to the extent the item permits. Any metal marking stamps are listed in the item description and an acid test is conducted as deemed necessary, and when no metal markings are present on the item.
Any descriptions from outside jewelry appraisals or certifications are not guaranteed by Circle Auction to be accurate, but may be provided for the benefit of the bidder. Different laboratories can differ on their terms and grade assessments. Any paperwork noted to accompany a piece is for the bidders reference and may not be usable to obtain insurance. Most companies and appraisers will update paperwork to a new owner for an additional fee. Circle Auction is not responsible for any transfer of an appraisal to the bidder’s name. It is the bidder's responsibility to obtain a usable insurance report.
Diamond Grading Convention:
We utilize the GIA Color scale when identifying lots that include diamonds. You can refer to this guide here: https://www.gia.edu/gia-about-4Cs-Color. Clarity refers to the impurities in a diamond. All diamonds are graded under 10x magnification. The lower number in a category will have less and/or smaller inclusions than the higher number in the same category.
FL-Flawless-No impurities or blemishes on the surface
IF-Internally Flawless-No impurities and only insignificant blemishes on the surface
VVS1 & VVS2-Very Very Slightly Included-Extremely difficult inclusions to see to the trained eye and only visible under magnification.
VS1 & VS2-Very Slightly Included-Difficult to see to the untrained eye and only visible under magnification.
SI1 & SI2-Slightly Included-Easy to see inclusions when viewed under magnification but not visible without magnification.
I1, I2, I3-Included-Inclusions are visible without magnification. I3 inclusions may affect the stones durability.
Warranty: Neither Circle nor its seller(s) make any representation or warranty, either express or implied, as to the description, quality, authenticity, period, source, or significance of any lot sold, except as to warranty of title. No statements by Circle, its agents, representatives or employees, whether in writing or spoken orally, shall create any representation, warranty or assumption of liability, nor that the winning bidder will receive any reproduction rights or copyrights to lots they purchased. Circle retains and reserves the rights to reproduce photography of lots sold.
Estimates: Estimates for each lot include a low and a high figure. They are provided for the convenience of bidders but do not constitute a guarantee or warranty that the item or lot will close at or between the estimates.
Lots Withdrawn: Circle reserves the right to withdraw any lot prior to the start of the auction and shall not incur liability for withdrawal of said lot(s).
Registering to Bid: To Bid with us, you are required to Register to Bid in advance of the start of the sale. In addition to our general registration requirements, we reserve the right to require the following items: photo identification, bank references, credit card pre-authorization for the low estimate, a deposit (we will refund the deposit if you are not high bidder and winner of the lot. Any deposit will be applied to any item for which you are the high bidder).
Bidding with Circle Auction
Circle Discretion: Circle has full discretion to decide the flow of each auction, including pre-bids, rejection of a Bid, lot passed or withdrawn, dispute resolution, and to re-offer or resell any lot. In any case, the decision of Circle is final, and is binding to any and all participants in the auction.
Risks & Assumed Costs: By placing a Bid, you understand that a submitted Bid can and may be the High and/or Winning Bid for a particular lot. Additionally, your Bid on any lot is considered a legally binding agreement to purchase the lot at your Bid price, if accepted by the auctioneer, or in a timed auction. By placing a Bid you agree that to assume personal responsibility to pay for the item at your high Bid price, plus any Buyer’s Premium and additional charges or costs that may become payable in connection with your purchase, such as shipping, insurance, sales tax, or other costs. If the lot is closed by the auctioneer and your Bid is the highest Bid, you agree to purchase the lot, and you assume risk of loss and damage to the purchased lot. All Sales are as is / where is and final.
Internet During Live & Online Auctions: Circle cannot be held liable for any Internet failure or outage either of the bidder’s service or Circle’s. Items sold before a failure/outage remain sold to the respective winning bidder previously recorded by Circle and/or the online platform(s) being utilized. In the event of a failure of Circle’s Internet service, items unsold at the time of the failure or outage will be opened for bidding as soon as service is restored and subject to the original auction process and conditions. Similarly, the item currently opened by the auctioneer at the time of failure/outage will be reopened when service resumes.
Auctioneer Control: During an auction, the Auctioneer is the final arbiter of sales. Bids are called for and recognized incrementally. Placing a bid online or in the auction room does not guarantee the bid will be recognized by the auctioneer owing to the current intensity of bidding or bids already received in increments or amounts already above this bid. Items or lots receiving little or no attention may be “passed” by the Auctioneer and are not subject to a later re-opening of the bidding process or post-auction sale.
Reserves: Some consignors establish reserves on their lots when they send their lots to auction. Reserves are confidential and establish a minimum price under which the lot will not be sold. Reserves must be established no greater than the low end estimate of the lot as published in the catalogue. Circle may open the bidding on reserved lots below the reserve amount by placing a bid on the consignor’s behalf. Circle may continue bidding on the consignor’s behalf up to the amount of the reserve by placing bids in answer to other bidders. Circle will not bid on the consignors behalf above the amount of the established reserve. Consignors are contractually prohibited from bidding on their own lots.
Confidentiality: Circle will not reveal to the public personal names, platform user names, or any contact information of winning bidders.
Absentee & Telephone Bids: Circle accepts absentee bids before and during the auction preview in person, by phone, fax, email and on CircleAuction.co. Online absentee bids may be placed on your preferred online auction platform as a pre-bid beginning when the catalog is posted and opened.
For absentee bids registered with us by email, fax, or telephone, an experienced auction house employee will act as the bidding agent during the auction and make all reasonable efforts to place bids competitively, purchasing each lot with the lowest competitive bid possible for the absent bidder up to their stated maximum amount. Please note: We will not exceed this amount. Between identical high bids, preference shall be given to the bid received first. A $100.00 minimum bid is required on all lots. Absentee bids will be executed according to our standard bidding increments. Circle executes all absentee bids at its discretion and makes no guarantee nor accepts any liability for any human or electronic failures, oversights or omissions in our absentee or telephone bidding processes.
Bidders who wish to competitively place their bids by telephone during the auction must register with us by completing telephone bidder form no later than one day before the auction is scheduled to begin. During the auction a bidding agent will call you two or three lots before your lot opens in order to establish contact and prepare you for the opening of bidding. Telephone bids will only be accepted for lots with low estimates of at least $300.
After the Auction
Buyer’s Premium: Unless otherwise stated by Circle, the winning bidder is responsible for, and agrees to pay the final hammer pricer, a buyer’s premium, and any applicable sales tax within five (5) business days of auction close. A buyer’s premium of 19% will be paid on all winning bids through Circle’s website and app, and 21% on all winning bids on third party auction platforms, such as Live Auctioneers & Invaluable.
Payment: Payment in full is due within five (5) business days of the close of the auction. Circle accepts cash, credit, debit, wire transfers, personal and certified checks. No lot may be picked up until payment is made in full, including any applicable fees and costs as outlined in these Terms & Conditions. Circle reserves the right to hold lots until a check has cleared the bank. Payments are accepted in US Dollars only and any fees for currency conversion are the responsibility of the winning bidder. All returned checks will be assessed a fee of $45 which must be paid along with the winning bid amount and any other applicable fees before the lot may be picked up.
If payment in full is not made within thirty (30) days of the close of the sale Circle has the discretion to pursue one or more of the following options: a) process the full amount due on the winning bidder’s credit card on file, b) charge a late fee equal to one and a half percent (1.5%) of the total amount due per thirty (30 days) with a minimum finance charge of $10 per lot per month. c.) cancel the sale in its entirety d.) resell the lot by public or private sale with no reserve, with the original winning bidder responsible for costs and commissions under Circle’s Agreement, as well as any deficiency remaining after the second sale e.) defalt bidder’s name and information may be shared with bidding platforms as a bidder in default.
f.) begin legal proceedings to collect the past due amount along with legal fees, costs, and interest.
Sales Tax: The winning bidder is responsible to pay state and local sales tax as required by law. Exempt bidders should file a tax exemption form with Circle to have sales tax removed.
Pick Up, Packing, & Shipping: Winning bidders may pick up their lots, once paid in full, at Circle’s auction office during regular business hours. If packing and shipping is required, we can provide you with a list of recommended shippers by request. You will be responsible to contact, arrange shipment, and pay 3rd party shippers. Circle will not be responsible for loss or damage of purchased lots handled or shipped, nor for acts and omissions, by 3rd party shippers, whether recommended by us or not. Circle will not release the lot for shipment until payment has been made in full and a buyer’s written shipping authorization form has been received. Winning bids may not be retracted, canceled or rescinded due to issues with shipping including, but not limited to, costs or prohibitions. It is the responsibility of the bidder to account for shipping prior to bidding.
Failure to Pick Up & Storage: Winning bidders must pick up or have lots shipped within 15 calendar days of the close of the auction. On the 16th day from the close of the auction Circle has the right to charge the winning bidder a storage fee of $5 per lot per day. Lots that have been paid for, but remain on our premises sixty (60) days from the close of the auction may be sold by Circle, with no notice to the buyer. Any funds in excess of the purchase price, commissions, applicable costs, and storage fees remitted to the original winning bidder. Lots left with Circle after the 16th day from the close of the auction are stored at the buyer’s risk.
Liability for Purchased Lots: If a lot that that been purchased and paid in full cannot be presented to the winning bidder in the same condition as it was at the time of the auction, or should a lot be lost, stolen or mis-delivered, Circle's liability shall be limited to the the full amount paid by the winning bidder and shall in no event include any compensatory, incidental or consequential damages. 3rd party shippers remain fully responsible for loss or damage to lots they have handled.
Choice of Law: These Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Kansas, without giving effect to its conflict of laws provisions or bidder’s actual state or country of residence. Any claims, legal proceeding or litigation arising in connection with the service will be brought solely in Johnson County, Kansas, and all bidders consents to the jurisdiction of such court. The invalidity or unenforceability of any provisions herein shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision, which shall remain in full force and effect. Circle has the full discretion to waive or modify any and all of the terms and conditions contained herein.
ART + DESIGN ONLINE AUCTION
Bidding Open June 28th - July 12th
Circle Auction presents Art + Design: a collection of 200+ art, antique, and modern design pieces collected from consigners across Kansas City.
This sale features an assortment of signed Thomas Hart Benton Lithographs, a significant Ken Ferguson lidded urn, Birger Sandzen signed prints, micro-mosaic plaques, and a signed handwritten Sigmund Freud analysis. Modern design includes pieces by Eames for Herman Miller, Dunbar, Ettore Sottsass, Insamu Noguchi, Swid Powell, Robert Venturi, and Curtis Jere.
Bidding for the auction is open now. Live online bidding starts July 12th at 1pm cst.
Auction previews are held at 901 Woodswether Rd, Kansas City, MO 64105.
Preview times are:
July 11th 5pm – 8pm
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|Lot 1: Rookwood Pottery Rook Pencil Holder, 1911|| |
A Rookwood Pottery Rook pentagonal pencil holder in green glaze. The underside is stamped with the RP logo with a full complement of flames, below which somewhat obscured numerals appear to read "XI," indicating the piece was made in 1911. Also stamped with the shape number 1795. 4.75 inch height.
|2: Antique French Gilt Boulle Bracket Clock|| |
A late 19th c. French bracket clock, by H.P. & Co. Paris. The ebonized wood case is covered in exquisite boulle inlay of red tortoiseshell and gilt metal, with cast brass appliques. The decorated brass dial, behind bowed glass, is fitted with enamel discs hand-painted with navy Roman numerals. The movement is engraved "57691", matching the number stamped on the cast metal Sun King pendulum. The movement is also engraved "HP & Co", and serialized "11010". 12.25 x 6.25 x 4 inches.
|3: Hawkes Sterling and Cut Crystal Box|| |
A Hawkes sterling and cut crystal hinged box, ca. 1900-1910. Monogrammed WWH on the top of the lid. Acid-etched trefoil Hawkes mark on the underside of the glass, marked "HAWKES STERLING S1228" on the bottom of the lid, and on the sterling base. 9.36 ozt of weighable sterling. 2.25 x 6.25 x 3.5 inches.
|4: Birger Sandzén 'Brook with Cottonwoods' Signed Linocut|| |
Birger Sandzén (American, 1871-1954) Brook with Cottonwoods, ca. 1934 Linocut on laid paper Pencil-signed in the lower right margin, and titled in the lower left margin. Laid paper sheet (9.5 x 11.5 inches). Image size 7.25 x 9 inches, in a frame measuring 15.75 x 17.75 inches.
|5: Birger Sandzén 'Early Moon' Signed Lithograph|| |
Birger Sandzén (American, 1871-1954) Early Moon, ca. 1949 Lithograph on laid paper Pencil-signed in the lower right margin, and titled in the lower left margin. Laid paper sheet (13.25 x 20.25). Image size 10.25 x 14 inchesa, in a frame measuring 19.75 x 25.75 inches.
|6: Birger Sandzén 'Kansas Creek' Signed Woodcut|| |
Birger Sandzén (American, 1871-1954) Kansas Creek, ca. 1936 Woodcut on laid paper Pencil-signed in the lower right margin, and titled in the lower left margin. Laid paper sheet (9 x 12 inches). Image size 6 x 9 inches, in a frame measuring 15.75 x 17.75 inches.
|7: Lalique Crystal Elephant Sculpture|| |
A Lalique molded and frosted crystal elephant standing on a clear base. Signed "Lalique France" in script on underside. 6 x 6 x 3.75 inches.
|8: Wallace Sterling 'La Reine' Tea Set|| |
A five-piece Wallace Sterling La Reine tea set, comprised of a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, and waste bowl. Each piece is beautifully chased with floral and foliate designs. Total weight is 89.22 ozt, though the coffee and teapot handles are weighted. The heights range from 3 to 10 inches.
|9: 19th c. French Gilt Bronze Wall Sconce|| |
A large finely cast French gilt bronze five-arm wall sconce, ca. 19th c. The wall plate features a figural Louis XIV relief above crossed torch motif, and three of the arms feature putti busts. 18.5 x 21 x 11.5 inches.
|10: Graham Williams "Loch Lomond" Oil On Canvas|| |
Graham Williams Scottish, 1895-1950 Loch Lomond Oil on Canvas A picturesque view of Scotland's famed Loch Lomond at sunset. Signed "Graham Williams" in the lower left by the artist, who sometimes painted under the name Francis Jamieson as well. Measures 20 x 30 inches, in a frame that measures 28 x 38 inches.
|11: John Nesbitt 'Loch Etive' 1895 Watercolor|| |
John Nesbitt (British, 1831-1904) Looking Towards Ardchattan (Loch Etive), 1895 Watercolor on paper A late 19th c. West Scottish plein air landscape, 13.5 x 20.25 inches. Signed and dated in the lower left corner. In a beautiful antique Doig, Wilson & Wheatley gilt gesso on wood frame, measuring 24.25 x 31 inches.
|12: Complete Works of Charles Dickens, 30 Antique Volumes|| |
The Works of Charles Dickens, published by Colonial Press (Boston), ca. 1910. The complete set, comprised of 30 octavo-size volumes (8.5 x 6 inch covers), bound in leather over navy boards, ribbed and gold-decorated spines. Generously illustrated with 473 plates throughout the set, as well as a title frontispiece in each volume. Comprised of: Sketches by Boz, Pickwick Papers (2 vol.) Oliver Twist, Nicolas Nickleby (2 vol.), The Old Curiosity Shop (2 vol.), Barnaby Rudge (2 vol.), Martin Chuzzlewit (2 vol.), Christmas Books, Dombey & Sons (2 vol.), David Copperfield (2 vol.), A Child's History of England, Bleak House (2 vol.), Hard Times, Little Dorrit (2 vol.), A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, Christmas Stories, Our Mutual Friend (2 vol.), The Uncommercial Traveler, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
|13: Signed Sigmund Freud Handwritten Analysis of Patient|| |
A 1921 note signed by legendary psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud (Austrian, 1856-1939). The note, an analysis of a patient, was made on the letterhead of fellow psychologist Dr. Paul Federn, a representative of Freud and the Vice-President of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. Nicely framed behind glass with a photograph of Freud and a translation from German to English, as follows: "Miss Kirschbaum, At the present time: Depressions - fits of fear, even with the approach of marriage, not removed. 10/21/21 /Signature/ Freud". Sight of the note measures 3 x 5.5 inches, frame measures 21.5 x 15.5 inches. Provenance: Purchased by the present owner in 1984 from the collection of Walter and Barbara Burks, Kansas-based dealers of historical documents. Note: This lot has a confidential reserve price, in an amount not to exceed the low estimate. In the event that the reserve is not met, the lot will pass.
|14: First Edition Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant|| |
Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant, two volumes, first edition, published by Charles L. Webster (New York, 1885-86). Covered with the original gilt-stamped green cloth, each volume with a steel-engraved frontispiece, and with several illustrations throughout. Octavo size (covers measure 9.5 x 6.5 inches). This acclaimed autobiography was published immediately following Ulysses S. Grant's death in 1885 by Grant's friend Mark Twain, who founded Charles L. Webster & Company.
|15: Thomas Hart Benton 'Making Camp' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) Making Camp, 1972 Lithograph on paper From an edition of 250 (Fath, 86). Pencil-signed "Benton" in the lower right margin, and titled "Making Camp on the Buffalo River" in the lower left margin. Full sheet (16.25 x 19.25 inches), not laid down, all edges deckled. Image size is 11.75 x 14.25 inches, in a frame measuring 21 x 23 inches.
|16: Thomas Hart Benton 'County Politics' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) County Politics, 1973 Lithograph on paper From an edition of 250 (Fath, 89). Pencil-signed "Benton" in the lower right margin, and titled "County Politics" in the lower left margin. Full sheet (18.5 x 22 inches), not laid down, all edges deckled. Image size is 14 x 17 inches, in a frame measuring 23.5 x 25.5 inches.
|17: Thomas Hart Benton 'Forward Pass' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) Forward Pass, 1972 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper From an edition of 250 (Fath, 85). Pencil-signed "Benton" in the lower right margin, and titled "Forward Pass" in the lower left margin. Full sheet (18 x 24 inches), watermarked BFK, not laid down, all edges deckled. Image size 13 x 20, in a frame measuring 22 x 28.5 inches.
|18: Thomas Hart Benton 'Self-Portrait' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) Self Portrait, 1972 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper From an edition of 300 (Fath, 84). Pencil-signed "Benton" in the lower right margin, and titled "Self Portrait" in the lower left margin. Full sheet (24 x 18 inches), not laid down, all edges deckled. Image size is 19.75 x 13.75 inches, in a frame measuring 29 x 22.5 inches.
|19: Thomas Hart Benton 'Mr. President' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) Mr. President, 1971 Lithograph on paper A scarce lithographic portrait of Harry S. Truman, US President and personal friend of Benton. From an edition of 150 (Fath, 83). Pencil-signed "Benton" at the bottom left of the image. Full sheet (19 x 16 inches), not laid down, all edges deckled. In a frame measuring 22.5 x 20 inches.
|20: Thomas Hart Benton 'Sunset' Signed Lithograph|| |
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) Sunset, 1941 Lithograph on paper From an edition of 204 (Fath, 43). Pencil-signed "Benton" in the lower right margin. Sheet measures 12 x 16 inches, not laid down. Image size 10 x 13.25 inches, frame measures 16.75 x 20.75 inches. Backing paper has a Ro Gallery sticker affixed.
|21: William Arthur Paxton Oil Landscape|| |
William Arthur Paxton American, 1873-1965 Desert Landscape Oil on canvas A beautiful image of the American West by California-based landscape painter William Arthur Paxton. Signed and monogrammed in the lower right. Measures 20 x 28 inches, in a rustic wooden frame that measures 26 x 33.5 inches.
|22: Eight Otto Wolter Sterling Julep Cups|| |
A set of eight sterling silver julep cups by Otto Wolter (Germany). Each is marked on the underside "/Crescent-crown/ STERLING 925 /Chalice/." Total weight 32.54 ozt. Each cup measures 4.5 x 3 inches.
|23: Oaxacan Black Pottery Stove|| |
A 20th c. Oaxacan handmade blackware figural stove or incensario, with a wide mouth and top vents, styled after Pre-Columbian forms. 13 x 14.5 inches.
|24: Oak & Glass Country Store Ribbon Cabinet|| |
An early 20th c. oak and glass country store ribbon cabinet. Two doors on opposite sides open with an attached column of ribbon racks, and the center of the cabinet is affixed with a column of double-wide ribbon racks. Unmarked. 47.5 x 26 x 23 inches.
|25: National Time Recorder Antique English Time Clock|| |
A National Time Recorder Co. Ltd. (London) time clock, first quarter 20th c. Walnut case with iron time card mechanism, with an enamel face behind painted glass. Time clock measures 38.5 x 14 x 11.5 inches.
|26: National Cash Register Receipt Box|| |
An early 20th c. National Cash Register receipt box, made of cast iron and having two glass sides and a steel underside. 6.25 x 6.75 x 6.75 inches.
|27: Ken Ferguson (1928-2004) Art Pottery Lidded Vase|| |
Kenneth Ferguson (Missouri, 1928-2004) A large Ken Ferguson hand-built art pottery vase with handled lid. Decorated with cream-glaze female nudes heavily contoured in black, standing on a bold red ground. Stamped with the square F monogram. 23 inch height.
|28: Charles Banks Wilson Signed Lithograph 'Encounter I.T.'|| |
Charles Banks Wilson (Oklahoma, 1918-2013) Encounter, I.T., 1978 Lithograph on paper A great CB Wilson lithograph (Hunt, 88) of a historical confrontation between groups in Indian Territory, based on Wilson's Indian Immigration mural in the Oklahoma state capitol rotunda. In Wilson's words, "I tried to picture another side of the story of Indian Removal: dispossessed Indians from the East being relocated in the West on land already occupied by tribes that had been living and hunting there for centuries. A young man who had just returned from Vietnam posed for the figure of the Comanche on the horse. The Plains Madonna figure can be seen at lower right." Signed "Charles Banks Wilson 78" in the bottom right margin, and titled "Encounter I.T." in the bottom left margin, along with the number "200" indicating the edition size including proofs. Full sheet (15 x 20 inches), all deckled edges, hinged from the top of sheet to the mat with archival tape. Image size is 12 x 16.75 inches, in a frame measuring 23.75 x 27.75 inches.
|29: James Earle Fraser Signed Litho "End of the Trail"|| |
A James Earle Fraser (1876-1953) chromolithograph of a mourning Native American on horseback at sunset, produced by Reinthal & Newman NY (1906-1928). Pencil-signed "Fraser" in the lower right margin, and titled in pencil "End of Trail" in the lower left margin. Image size is 9 x 12 inches, in a frame measuring 13.5 x 16.5 inches. Fraser was a noted artist with images of the American West. His works were shown in exhibitions including the 1898 Paris Salon, the 1913 New York Armory Show, and the 1915 San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exposition. His commissions included a 1908 bust of Theodore Roosevelt, and the design of the Buffalo Head nickel, but it is "End of the Trail" that remains perhaps Fraser's best known image.
|30: Signe Larson Signed Watercolor|| |
Signe E. Larson (Kansas, 1908-1993) Watercolor on paper A 1969 watercolor landscape by Sandzén pupil Signe E. Larson. Signed and dated lower right. Sheet measures 6.75 x 10.75 inches.
|31: Alba Malm-Dahlquist Signed Watercolor|| |
Alba Malm-Dahlquist (American, 1897-1986) Watercolor on paper A colorful watercolor landscape by Kansas artist Alba Malm-Dahlquist. Signed lower right. Sheet size 6.5 x 9 inches.
|32: Tree Bark Collage Landscape|| |
A collage of the mountainous American West, created from assorted wood bark. Unsigned. Presented behind glass in a simple pine frame measuring 15 x 19 inches.
|33: 19th c. German Candle Holders Awarded For Bicycle Race|| |
A pair of 19th c. German brass candle holders weighted with white metal, each with an engraved cursive inscription near the base that reads "Preis Tandemfahren Neumuster 15.5.1898". Each measures 10.5 inches high. The inscription indicates that the pair was given as an award in an 1898 tandem bicycle race in Neumunster, Germany. Tandem bicycles were invented just seven years prior, in 1891.
|34: 19th c. Gilt Bronze Candelabra Pair|| |
A nicely cast matched pair of 19th c. three-arm gilt candelabra, likely Belle Epoque period, with a putti figure on each stem. Fruit finials sit on each top. Unmarked. 23.25 inch height.
|35: Daum France Crystal Coupe Riviera|| |
A Daum crystal model of a Coupe Riviera, the 1st of 13 cars in Daum's Standard Large Automobiles collection. Signed "Daum France" and bearing a Daum sticker. Designed in 1984 by Xavier Froissart, a total of 7405 Coupe Rivieras were sold by Daum, the most popular in the series. 15.5 inch length.
|36: Daum France Crystal Cadillac El Dorado|| |
A Daum crystal model of a 1950s Cadillac El Dorado, the 2nd of 13 cars in Daum's Standard Large Automobiles collection. Signed "Daum France". Designed in 1985 by Xavier Froissart, a total of 4001 El Dorados were sold by Daum. 16 inch length.
|37: Daum France Crystal BMW 750iL|| |
A Daum crystal model of a V12 1987 BMW 750iL, the final of 13 cars in Daum's Standard Large Automobiles collection. Signed "Daum France" and bearing a Daum sticker. Designed in 1989 by Xavier Froissart, the BMW 750iL is one of the rarer of the 13 automobiles in the series. 14.5 inch length.
|38: Antique Silver-Plated Tureen|| |
An antique Georgian-style silver-plated tureen that sits in a lobed hot water reservoir base, featuring chased details. The reservoirs is fitted with two handles, each featuring two bearded faces. Engraved "No. 3" in cursive script on the underside. 10.25 x 13 x 7 inches.
|39: MATCH Handmade Italian Pewter Tea Set|| |
A five-piece MATCH Italy handmade artisan pewter tea set. Each piece is impressed on the underside with the M monogram, "95", and a Cosi Tabellini logo, and each has a MATCH sticker affixed. Heights range from 3 to 9.5 inches, and the round platter measures 15 inches in diameter (18.25 across with the handles included).
|40: 19th c. Creil Faience Charger|| |
A 19th c. handmade French basket-weave faience charger, stamped CREIL on the underside. 11.25 inch diameter.
|41: Sevres-Style Hand-Painted Porcelain Urn|| |
A Sevres-style porcelain handled urn with a hand-painted vignette of a young girl with trees behind her. Extensive gilt decoration over cobalt ground. Unmarked. 14.75 inches high.
|42: Large Meissen Porcelain Tray|| |
A Meissen German porcelain serving tray with hand-painted floral sprays and gilt rim and Rococo stylings. The underside bears the Meissen crossed swords mark in blue underglaze. 16 inches square.
|43: Remarkable Villeroy & Boch Delft Plaque after Mieris|| |
A large Villeroy & Boch (Mettlach) Delft-style stove tile of exceptional quality, after Willem van Mieris's (Dutch, 1662-1747) painting A Musician Being Served Wine (1699). The two figures are framed by a bas-relief window, including raised flute, sheet music, sleeve, and grapevines. Below the window is a pate-sur-pate frieze. Circa 1895-1900. Measures 25.75 x 18.25 inches. Signed in the bottom right by Jean-Baptiste Stahl (German, 1869-1932), noted V&B Mettlach artist and inventor of the Phanolith technique. Marked on the reverse: "V&B M Delft" (written in blue underglaze), "Made in Germany" (green stamp), "2275" (impressed).
|44: Remarkable Villeroy & Boch Delft Plaque after Dou|| |
A large Villeroy & Boch (Mettlach) Delft-style stove tile of exceptional quality, after Gerrit Dou's (Dutch, 1613-1675) painting Violinist at the Window (1665). The violinist is framed by a bas-relief arched window, including raised sheet music and sword. Below the window is a pate-sur-pate frieze. Circa 1895-1900. Measures 25.5 x 18.25 inches. Signed in the bottom left by Jean-Baptiste Stahl (German, 1869-1932), noted V&B Mettlach artist and inventor of the Phanolith technique. Marked on the reverse: "V&B M Delft" (written in blue underglaze), "Made in Germany" (green stamp), "2274" (impressed).
|45: Porcelain Plaque With Persian Cavalry Scene|| |
A large and unusual porcelain plaque depicting Persian or Assyrian warriors in battle, including two cavalry men and an archer. Hand-painted polychrome over transferred contour lines and stippling, with gilt detailing. 12.25 x 12.25 inches.
|46: Steuben Crystal Eagle Sculpture|| |
A Steuben crystal Federal-style eagle with wings spread wide, perched on an orb. Signed in script on underside. #8130, designed by James Houston. 5.5 x 12.25 x 4 inches.
|47: Steuben Pair of Teardrop Compotes|| |
A pair of Steuben crystal compotes with a teardrop encased in the bases, each signed in script on the underside. Mid 20th c. Each measures 3.5 x 7 inches.
|48: Large Steuben Footed Centerpiece|| |
A large Steuben crystal centerpiece bowl with a six-ball foot. Signed in script to underside. Measures 4.5 inch high and 14.75 inches in diameter.
|49: Three Paperweights including Orient & Flume|| |
A 1977 Orient & Flume feathered iridescent paperweight with a flower design. Incised "Orient & Flume / 394 / 1977". Measures 3 inches wide. Together with a signed and dated 1980 Robert Eickholt iridescent miniature paperweight (1.5 inches wide), as well as an unsigned third art glass paperweight (3.5 inches wide).
|50: Lalique Crystal Pan and Diana Sculpture|| |
A Lalique molded and frosted crystal sculpture of Pan and Diana, designed by Marc Lalique in 1960 (#11907). Signed "Lalique France" in script on underside, with a sticker affixed. 5.5 inches high.
|51: Lalique 'Dampierre' Footed Vase|| |
A Lalique molded crystal 'Dampierre' footed vase, featuring frosted sparrows set between vine designs. Signed "Lalique France" in script to underside. 5 x 4.75 inches.
|52: Three Antique Parian Ware Figures|| |
Three sculptural Parian porcelain figures, late 19th to early 20th century. The first, a bird vase measuring 9 inches high, features an indistinguishable raised mark on the base. The second, a painted character match safe measuring 3.25 inches high, is marked "5641" on the back. The third, a double vase depicting three faces of English comedian and stage actor "Wittie Wattie" Walton (4.25 inches high), reads "THE SAME OLD FACE / Yours Always W.W Walton" on the front base, and "BY W.C. LAWTON / Copyright Dec. 1899" on the back base.
|53: Three Antique Parian Ware Match Safes|| |
Three whimsical sculptural Parian porcelain match safes, late 19th to early 20th century. The first, titled "REVERIES of a BACHELOR", features an owl in thought, and measures 7.5 inches high. The second features a fox seated next to a basket, and measures 4.75 inches high. The third, titled "WHAT IS IT", features a chick inspecting a small frog, and measures 3.25 inches high.
|54: Hand-Painted Victorian Bride's Basket|| |
A Victorian porcelain bride's basket in a copper frame, hand-painted with a robin protecting its nest in a wood. Some verdigris on the frame's pendants. 8.5 x 8.5 x 6 inches.
|55: Staffordshire Greyhound With Hare|| |
A mid-19th c. Staffordshire pottery greyhound with a hare in its mouth, standing on a cobalt base. Unmarked. 11.5 x 9.5 x 3.5 inches.
|56: Two 19th c. Staffordshire Pottery Spill Vases|| |
Two 19th c. Staffordshire hand-painted pottery spill vases. The first, featuring a man and dog, is labeled "DOG TRAY" along the front base, and measures 13 inches high. The second, featuring a couple, measures 14.25 inches high.
|57: 19th c. Pietra Dura 'Doves of Pliny' Micromosaic|| |
A large 19th c. Italian pietra dura micromosaic Grand Tour plaque depicting the "Doves of Pliny" (or "Capitoline Doves"). These doves are a popular mosaic subject, having been copied from the floor mosaic in Hadrian's Villa (ca. 2nd-3rd c.), and likely from Greek antiquity before that. Thousands of glass tesserae tiles set in an oval black slate plaque, with a rectangular malachite band. The plaque measures approximately 10.5 x 13.5 inches, in a frame measuring 16 x 19.5 inches. A popular tourist memento in Georgian and Victorian times, these Roman micromosaics are remnants of the seminal Grand Tour experience, when the young European elite traveled to gain courtly manners and skills. Glass micromosaics were greatly refined by Vatican craftsmen of the 18th century.
|58: 19th c. Pietra Dura 'Nine Views of Rome' Micromosaic|| |
A fine 19th c. Italian pietra dura micromosaic Grand Tour plaque depicting nine famous Roman sites. Those sites include St. Peter's Square, the Colosseum, the Temple of Vestia, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, the Temple of Hercules, the Capitoline Hill, the Temple of Hadrian, and the Arch of Septimius Severus. Thousands of glass tesserae tiles set in an oval black slate plaque. The plaque measures approximately 4 x 5 inches, in a frame measuring 6 x 7 inches. A popular tourist memento in Georgian and Victorian times, these Roman micromosaics are remnants of the seminal Grand Tour experience, when the young European elite traveled to gain courtly manners and skills. Glass micromosaics were greatly refined by Vatican craftsmen of the 18th century.
|59: 19th c. Pietra Dura 'St. Peters Square' Micromosaic|| |
A fine 19th c. Italian pietra dura micromosaic Grand Tour plaque depicting St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro) in Vatican City, Rome. Thousands of glass tesserae tiles set in an oval black slate plaque. The plaque measures approximately 5.25 x 7 inches, in a frame measuring 7.25 x 10 inches. A popular tourist memento in Georgian and Victorian times, these Roman micromosaics are remnants of the seminal Grand Tour experience, when the young European elite traveled to gain courtly manners and skills. Glass micromosaics were greatly refined by Vatican craftsmen of the 18th century.
|60: 19th c. Pietra Dura 'Colosseum' Grand Tour Micromosaic|| |
A fine 19th c. Italian pietra dura micromosaic Grand Tour plaque depicting the Colosseum of Rome. Thousands of glass tesserae tiles set in an oval black slate plaque. The plaque measures approximately 4.5 x 5.25 inches, in a frame measuring 8 x 8.75 inches. A popular tourist memento in Georgian and Victorian times, these Roman micromosaics are remnants of the seminal Grand Tour experience, when the young European elite traveled to gain courtly manners and skills. Glass micromosaics were greatly refined by Vatican craftsmen of the 18th century.
|61: Maurice de Vlaminck Signed Pen and Ink|| |
Maurice de Vlaminck (French, 1876-1958) Pen and ink on laid paper A drawing of a French village beyond a field by noted artist Maurice de Vlaminck, a figurehead of Fauvism in the early 20th c., alongside Matisse and Derain. Signed lower right. Frame sight is 5 x 7 inches, in a frame measuring 13 x 15 inches. Note: This lot has a confidential reserve price, in an amount not to exceed the low estimate. In the event that the reserve is not met, the lot will pass.
|62: Jean Francois Millet Etching "Les Becheurs"|| |
Jean-Francois Millet French, 1814-1875 Les Becheurs (The Diggers) Etching on paper An etching executed in dark brown ink on cream paper. Unsigned. The date of the pull is unknown. "J.F. Millet" is noted in pencil on the mat, below the image. The image measures 8 x 11.25 inches, and the frame measures 21.25 x 24 inches.
|63: Finely Painted Glass Plaque After Meissonier|| |
A French reproduction of Jean-Louis Ernest Meissonier's "The Jolly Cavalier", ca. 1900, reverse-painted on a glass plaque. Signed indistinctly by the artist in the lower right, above "d'apres Meissonier." 7.5 x 5.5 inches, and in a goldtone frame measuring 12.75 x 10.75 inches.
|64: Three Small Oils after Bouguereau|| |
Three nicely painted oils on canvas after William Adolphe Bouguereau (France, 1825-1905), each depicting religious or mythological scenes. Early 20th c. All three measure 11.75 x 8.25 inches, and one is given in a frame measuring 15 x 11.5 inches.
|65: Venice Oil On Canvas|| |
An 1940s oil on canvas depicting a Venetian canal in the setting sun, signed "Darcel" in the lower left. Includes 1948 receipt from Findlay Galleries in Kansas City, MO. Measures 24 x 36 inches, in a frame that measures 32 x 44 inches.
|66: Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Picture Frame|| |
An Art Nouveau bronze-doré picture frame, with a hinged stand on its reverse, finely cast in low relief featuring a forlorn woman amidst nature. The frame measures 11.75 x 8.75 inches in total, framed with glass sized 6 x 4.25 inches (5.5 x 3.75 inch sight). There is a stamped number "9016" on the reverse.
|67: Max LeVerrier Pair of 'Enigme' Art Deco Lamps|| |
A pair of Max LeVerrier (Paris) sculptural cast metal and marble lamps. The elegant Enigme form is a signature LeVerrier Art Deco design from the late 1920s. Marked "Max LeVerrier / Made in France" on the lower back of the cast metal. 6.75 inch height.
|68: Sculptural 'Enigme' Art Deco Lamp|| |
A sculptural Art Deco Enigme cabinet lamp in the style of Max LeVerrier. A cast metal female figure holding a bowl, seated on an onyx base. The light is located inside the onyx base. 10.75 x 8.75 x 6.5 inches.
|69: Merkelbach Stoneware Jug and Two Steins|| |
Reinhold Merkelbach German stoneware bartmannskrug bearded man jug with flowers and crests (no. 12), an early 20th c. reproduction of a Renaissance design. 7.5 inch height. Stamped "R.MERKELBACH GRENZHAUSEN 12 S". Offered with two other 20th c. stoneware steins. One depicts six drinking monkeys dressed in Northern European garb, with a cobalt glaze, measuring 6 inches high, and stamped "1766 GERMANY 9". The other is a lidded stein with Art Nouveau inspired designs, with a brown glaze, measuring 5.5 inches high.
|70: Antique Sampson Mordan & Co. London Postal Scale|| |
A Victorian brass postal scale on a black slate base inlaid with malachite and marble marquetry, and four brass weights. Scale is stamped "S. Mordan & Co. London". 7.5 x 4.75 x 3.5 inches.
|71: Early 20th c. Chinoiserie Coal Scuttle|| |
An early 20th c. carved walnut coal scuttle, with chinoiserie relief panels. All four sides are decorated with a different bird and flower motif, and the top is decorated with a carved dragon in flight. 14.5 x 13 x 19 inches.
|72: Trouvailles Hand-Painted Chinoiserie Breakfront, 1970s|| |
A lighted breakfront china cabinet by Trouvailles, a high-end importer of antique reproductions in the 1960s-70s. Dark green lacquer with hand-painted chinoiserie motifs and gold-leaf accents. Two pieces, with both the upper and lower cabinets having four doors. Approximately 95 x 79 x 23 inches.
|73: Coromandel Screen with Hardstone and Shell Inlay, 20th|| |
A Chinese four-panel Coromandel screen, black lacquer inlaid with a variety of nicely carved hardstones and mother-of-pearl, and hand-painted details on the front and back. Second half 20th c. Each panel measures 72 x 16 inches.
|74: Pair of 20th c. Chinese Hand-Painted Bottle Vases|| |
A matching pair of 20th c. hand-painted Chinese bottle vases with raised floral designs on a green ground. Each impressed with a Qinglong mark on underside and stamped "CHINA" in red ink along base. Each measures 11 x 6 inches.
|75: Chinese Carved Celadon Bowl|| |
A 20th c. Chinese stoneware bowl with celadon glaze, depicting koi fish, lily blossoms, and other plants. Signed on the underside. 6 inch diameter.
|76: Early Japanese Noh Mask|| |
An antique Noh demon mask of carved cypress, likely Edo period, created for dramatic Japanese Nōgaku theatre. With later gold paint. 8.5 x 6.5 x 3.5 inches.
|77: Two Ando Hiroshige Color Woodblocks|| |
Two ukiyo-e color woodblocks after Ando Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858) from the series Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road, titled "Women Stopping Travelers at Goyu" and "Winter Desolation at Hamamatsu". Both works are presented in wooden frames that measure 16 x 20.75 inches, with sights measuring 8.75 x 13.5 inches.
|78: Japanese Shibayama Panel with Shell and Bone Inlay|| |
A Japanese Shibayama wall panel, with a high-relief duck of bone, abalone shell, and mother-of-pearl, applied to a gilt black lacquer board. Signed on the bottom left. Board measures 16.5 x 24 inches, in a red lacquer frame measuring 22 x 29.25 inches.
|79: Three Gouache Krishna Paintings|| |
Three gouache paintings on paper of Hindu Lord Krishna. The sights of two paintings measure 14 x 10 inches, with the third sight measuring 15.5 x 11.75 inches. Each is presented in a gilt frame, with two frames measuring 21 x 16.75 inches and the third 23 x 18.5 inches.
|80: Five Chinese Jade Elephants, 20th c.|| |
Procession of five Jadeite elephants on stand, color matrix of celadon, white, and spots of orange and spinach green. Tallest elephant measures 2 x 2.75 inches. Appraised for insurance purposes by Tivol in 1980 for $4,000. Jadeite jade identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|81: Pair of Chinese Carved Saussurite Birds, 20th c.|| |
Green and russet saussurite carving of ribbon-tailed birds resting on tree branches, with stands. Nicely carved, with attention to the birds' feathers and gnarled tree trunks. In Chinese, the term "jade ribbon" refers to the belt ornament worn by high ranking officials, making the pair a symbol of rank and status. Each measures about 7.75 inches high. Saussurite identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|82: Chinese Burmese Jadeite Jade Elephant, 20th c.|| |
Large walking elephant with its trunk lifted. Carved from pale-green Burmese jadeite and includes rosewood stand. In Chinese culture, elephants are associated with the mythical Emperor Shun; as told in the legends, they plowed the land while Shun worked in the field. 6.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches. Appraised for insurance purposes by Tivol in 1980 for $3,500. Jadeite jade identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|83: Pair of Chinese Carved Saussurite Immortals, 19th/20th c.|| |
Spinach-green saussurite carving of two statues on stands. Each depicts a figure playing Chinese flute on a phoenix with a long curly tail. The pair recalls the love story of Princess Nongyu and Xiao Shi, two skilled flute players who became immortals and flew off with phoenixes. Each measures 4.75 x 4.5 x 1 inches. Appraised for insurance purposes by Tivol in 1980 for $6,000. Saussurite identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|84: Chinese Carved Spinach Nephrite Jade Elephant with Ruby|| |
Mottled spinach nephrite carving of an elephant with ruby eyes on stand, with a raised trunk symbolizing good luck. 4 x 2.75 x 1.5 inches. Nephrite jade identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|85: Chinese Carved Celadon Jadeite Jade Elephants, 20th c.|| |
Three elephants on stands, carved from celadon jadeite with spots of darker green. The largest measures 1.75 x 2 inches. Appraised for insurance purposes by Tivol in 1980 for $1,800. Jadeite jade identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|86: Chinese Carved Pale-Green Jadeite Jade Foo Dogs, 20th c.|| |
Pair of carved pale-green jadeite foo dogs, or Buddhist lions, on wooden stands. They are considered guardians and can often be found in front of temples and residence. Each measures 2.75 x 4.75 inches. Jadeite jade identification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|87: Chinese Carved Jadeite Jade Boat, 19th/20th c.|| |
Carved jadeite boat with two crewmen on deck rowing on wavy water, mostly pale-green with a russet-colored flag. Includes stand, original box, purchase invoice, and 1976 certification from Gemological Institute of America. A sailboat with full sail before the wind conveys the wish, "may you be successful". 5.75 x 6.75 x .75 inches. Appraised for insurance purposes by Tivol in 1980 for $4,000. Jadeite jade classification determined through lab testing by GIA and AGS certified gemologist Tracey Kahle, report is not available.
|88: A.J. Shelton Oil Seascape|| |
Alphonse Joseph Shelton American, 1905-1976 Into the Deep Oil on Canvas A dramatic view of turbulent waves from a rocky shore by Maine-based artist A.J. Shelton. Signed lower right, and titled in pencil on the reverse. Includes 1948 receipt from Findlay Galleries in Kansas City, MO. Measures 25 x 30 inches, in a frame that measures 30.5 x 35.5 inches.
|89: Lynval Davidson Oil Landscape|| |
Lynval Davidson Lake Landscape Oil on Masonite A colorful landscape depicting a boat on a lake before a mountainous backdrop, ca. 1950s. Signed lower left. Measures 20 x 24 inches, in a Rococo-style gesso frame measuring 26 x 30 inches.
|90: 1976 Metropolitan Museum of Art King Tut Gold Plaque|| |
A gold-plated plaque created for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's wildly popular 1976 exhibition Treasures of Tutankhamun, replicating panels from King Tut's shrine box. Marked "MMA 1976" at the bottom. Mounted on linen backing and framed in an acrylic encasement. 14.25 x 14.25 x 2.25 inches.
|91: Towle Sterling 'd'Orleans' Large Flatware Set|| |
A large set of Towle d'Orleans sterling flatware, monogrammed, 160 pieces in total. 191.65 ozt in weighable sterling (excluding the hollow-handled pieces, which weigh 59.93 ozt in total). Pattern patented in 1923. The set is comprised of full service for 12 that includes teaspoons, five o'clock spoons, cream soup spoons, bouillon soup spoons, demitasse spoons, dinner forks (7.75"), luncheon forks (not monogrammed, 7.25"), salad forks, cocktail/seafood forks, and hollow-handled knives. Also included are (10) tablespoons, (6) iced tea spoons, (4) flat-handle butter spreaders, and (20) other assorted pieces.
|92: Towle Sterling 'Fontana' Flatware|| |
A Towle Sterling Fontana 53-piece flatware set. 51.83 ozt in weighable sterling silver (not including knives and butter spreaders). The set is comprised of (8) dinner forks, (8) salad forks, (16) teaspoons, (6) tablespoons, (8) butter knives, (4) butter spreaders, a serving spoon, a slotted spoon, and a cocktail fork.
|93: Gorham Sterling 'English Gadroon' Flatware|| |
A Gorham sterling English Gadroon flatware set, no monograms, 55 pieces. 51.96 ozt weighable sterling (excluding hollow-handle pieces, which total 26.45 ozt). Pattern patented in 1939. The set is comprised of (12) dinner forks, (6) salad forks, (8) teaspoons, (6) soup spoons, (9) iced tea spoons, (10) hollow-handle knives, two-piece carving set, serving spoon, and condiment fork.
|94: Gorham Sterling Bowl|| |
A Gorham Sterling repoussé bowl, #43303. Marked on the underside. 10.05 ozt. 9.5 inch diameter.
|95: Whiting Sterling Reticulated Bowl|| |
A Frank Whiting Sterling silver bowl with reticulated band and repoussé decoration, #B491C. Marked on the underside. 11.72 ozt. 10 inch diameter.
|96: Wallace Sterling Bowl|| |
A Wallace Sterling bowl with a gadrooned rim, #H102. Marked on the underside. 9.68 ozt. 10 inch diameter.
|97: R. Wallace & Sons Sterling Bowl|| |
An R. Wallace & Sons sterling silver bowl with a repoussé foliate band, #3811. Marked on the underside. 8.44 ozt. 9.75 inch diameter.
|98: Two Hand-Colored Mezzotints, ca. 1800|| |
A pair of mezzotint engravings, each hand-colored, from Jean Duplessis-Bertaux's 60 Portraits of the French Revolution, ca. 1800. One memorializes Antoine Lavoisier, the father of modern chemistry, while the other memorializes French General Jean-Baptiste Kléber. Each frame measures 25 x 18.5 inches.
|99: Four Antique Hand-Colored Fruit Engravings|| |
Four 19th c. engravings on laid paper, from Traite des Arbres Fruitiers, each hand-colored. Each frame measures 20 x 16.5 inches.
|100: 1904 Oil On Canvas|| |
A lyrical 1904 oil on canvas, possibly Irish or British in origin, depicting a woman looking out over a tempestuous sea. Signed and dated "J.R. Coryell - 1904" in the lower left. Measures 20 x 16 inches, and in a gold tone frame that measures 24.5 x 20.5 inches.
|101: Antique Ethel Wright Lithograph|| |
A lithographic image of six women, ca. 1900-1905. Ethel Wright (1866-1939) was an illustrator for Success Magazine in its early days, and this image bears a striking compositional resemblance to her artwork for the June 1902 cover of Success, a portrayal of strong women with an ethos of women's liberation. Sheet size 10 x 13 inches, in a period frame that measures 13.75 x 17 inches.
|102: 1912 Oil Still Life on Board|| |
An antique American oil still life of Asiatic lilies and tulips, executed on Academy board. Initialed "GAF" and dated 1912 in the lower right. Measures 24 x 18 inches, in a wood frame with molded gilt gesso decoration (30.5 x 24.5 inches).
|103: Antique Piglets Oil on Canvas|| |
A charming oil on canvas, early 20th c., depicting a litter of five piglets. Unsigned. Measures 10.75 x 21, in a gilt frame measuring 15.25 x 25.5 inches.
|104: Pair of Engraved Copper Plates|| |
Two copper plates engraved with transferred images of cavalry sword exercises, first half of the 19th c. Each plate measures 4.75 x 6.25 inches, in frames measuring 10.5 x 11.75 inches.
|105: Henry Williamson Birmingham 1886 Sterling Cloak Closure|| |
Cast sterling cloak closure with Henry Williams Ltd. (Birmingham) hallmarks dating the piece to 1886. Mother and child under arch with cherubs, scrolls, and floral details. Two pieces; one has hooks, the other has circles for the hooks to clasp together. Each side has a slight overall curve. It is marked with "HWLD", lion figure, m, anchor. Measures approximately 5 3/8 inches wide, 2 3/4 inches tall, and is 2mm thick. Weighs 63.1 grams.
|106: Antique English Fireplace Tool Set|| |
An antique English cast copper fireplace tool set with hammered decoration, designed in 1912. Four tools hang on a revolving stand. Each piece is marked "Rd.No.602581" and "Made In England". The set is very modestly sized, with the stand measuring just 17.5 inches high.
|107: Easton Press 'Great Art & Artists' Complete 65 Volumes|| |
A complete set of the Easton Press collector series Great Art and Artists, 65 leather-bound volumes with silk ribbon and full-color illustrations, published in the 1980s. Quarto size (approximately 12.5 x 9 inches).
|108: Vintage Titano Orchestra Accordion with Case|| |
A vintage Titano accordion, Orchestra model, serial number 22042, made in Italy. In canvas-covered hard shell case with velvet lining. Case measures 20 x 22.5 x 10 inches.
|109: Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park Clubhouse Locker|| |
Chicago White Sox home team clubhouse locker. Used from 1957-1990 in Old Comiskey Park. Purchased in 1991 at the "Historic Comiskey Park Auction". Includes photocopied COA. Measures 37 x 41 x 86 inches.
|110: 1905 Computing Scale Co. (Dayton) Barrel Scale No. 144|| |
A country store barrel scale (no. 144) by the Computing Scale Co. of Dayton, Ohio, previously used at classic Kansas City area grocer Milgram. Circa 1905. 32 x 18 x 21 inches.
|111: 19th c. German Fully Articulating Life-Size Mannequin|| |
A mid-19th c. German life-size artist's mannequin, carved wood with fiber-filled muslin covering, with dozens of articulations. Plaster head with original paint. Identified as German based on small scraps of antique German text mixed into the fiber filling. Approximately 5 feet 2 inches high.
|112: Antique Eastman Kodak Cirkut Panorama Camera|| |
A Cirkut panoramic camera outfit by the Folmer and Schwing Division of Eastman Kodak (Rochester, N.Y.). Wollensak Optical Co. lens (marked 6 1/2" x 8 1/2") mounted in an Autex shutter. No extra gears and key. With wooden Crown tripod #4 adjustable legs.
|113: 1919 US Army Facility Motor Transport Panorama|| |
A panorama of Camp Grant (Illinois) after WWI, dated June 19, 1919, featuring hundreds of early automobiles and their drivers. The bottom center reads "Motor Transport Corps / Capt. P.W. Green....Copy'd'g. / Camp Grant Ill. -- Jan.19th '19". Camp Grant, located outside of Rockford, Illinois, was a US Army facility used during WWI and WWII. 10.75 x 50.5 inches (including frame).
|114: 1919 US Army Facility Motor Transport Panorama|| |
A panorama of Camp Grant (Illinois) after WWI, dated June 11, 1919, featuring dozens of early automobiles and their drivers. The bottom center reads "Motor Transportation -- Camp Utilities / Camp Grant Ill." Camp Grant, located outside of Rockford, Illinois, was a US Army facility used during WWI and WWII. 9.25 x 49.5 inches (including frame).
|115: Kansas City Slide Co. Historical Polaroids|| |
A group of over 250 Kansas City Slide Co. slide positives, late 19th and early 20th c. images printed on vintage glossy Polaroid paper. Subjects range from historic Kansas City buildings and scenes to portraits and photos of artwork. Each sheet measures 4.5 x 7.5 inches, images 3.25 x 4.5 inches.
|116: 1902 Standard Atlas of Worth County, Missouri|| |
A 1902 Standard Atlas of Worth County Missouri, compiled and published by George A. Ogle & Co. Medium folio size (each page measures 18 x 14.5). 11 engraved maps (each page with a blank reverse), nine of which are hand-colored and seven of which span two pages printed on a single folded sheet. Also included in the atlas is a directory of residents and four pages of resident portraits, as well as statistics, territorial analysis, and general history.
|117: Vintage Military Rosary WWII USA Brass Ball Chain 925 Cross|| |
Military grade, possibly U.S.-issued brass ball chain rosary with sterling silver crucifix, center medal has figure of Mary on one side and a figure of Jesus carrying a cross on the other side. Three sizes of brass ball beads throughout. No clasp or closure. The crucifix is tested sterling. There are no manufacture markings. The back of crucifix has hand-incised "W.E. Radman 10-8 1944". It measures approximately 20 inches long necklace portion with a 5 inch drop to the cross. Beads measurement: Largest balls are 6mm diameter, medium balls are 4.5mm, and smallest balls are 2.25mm. Cross measures: 2 x 1 x 3/16 inches.
|118: Sterling College Service Medal|| |
A sterling medal for 25 years of service at Ft. Hays College in Kansas. Awarded to professor Harvey A. Zinszer, with a date given 1929. Weighs 1.61 ozt. The obverse features a low-relief depiction of Ft. Hays College's logo. The reverse reads "Service on the Prairies / Challenging vision wide / Inspiring the scholar / To replace the scout as our guide". Marked "Josten Sterling". 2 inch diameter.
|119: Daniel MacMorris Etching|| |
Daniel MacMorris American, 1893-1981 Etching on paper A 1929 etching of a young Parisian woman with a cigarette in hand, seated at a table with grapes and wine. In the background are very light, gestural representations of figural sketches. Pencil signed "MacMorris Paris 29" in the lower right margin, and numbered "5" in the lower left margin. The image measures 8 x 9 inches, with a total frame measurement of 15 x 15.5 inches. Daniel MacMorris, a celebrated Missouri and Kansas City artist, studied with Alphonso Mucha in Chicago, and later with August Gorguet in Paris.
|120: Cecil Carstenson Wood Carving|| |
A signed Cecil Carstenson (American, 1906-1991) carved walnut bust with an elongated face. Signed near base. 18 inch height.
|121: Lou Marak 1970 Acrylic on Masonite|| |
Lou Marak (American, b. 1930) Acrylic on Masonite A 1970 acrylic on Masonite by Lou Marak, signed and dated in the bottom right corner. Lou Marak co-founded the Kansas City Artists Coalition in 1976, alongside wife Philomene Bennett and others. In a handmade wooden frame measuring 14.5 x 12.5 inches.
|122: Asterio Pascolini Venice Watercolor|| |
Asterio Pascolini Italian-American, 1932-2014 Watercolor on Paper An ethereal view of a gondola moving through a Venetian canal, by Italian-born and Kansas City-based artist Asterio Pascolini. The mat sight measures 29 x 21 inches, in a frame that measures 40.5 x 31 inches.
|123: Matteo Thun Memphis Ceramic Karibe Fruitbowl|| |
Fruit bowl with a white porcelain body, An oval bowl with jagged edge resting an anguled tubular grey stem supported by two pink stippled 'wings'. Signature by impression on base "Thun per Memphis." Produced in Milan, Italy by Porcellane San Marco le Nove in 1982. 18 x 11 inches.
|124: Matteo Thun Memphis Ceramic Titicaca Vase|| |
Designed by Matteo Thun for Memphis. Signed by impression on base "Thun per Memphis." Stippled design on ridges and back. 10.5 x 7 inches.
|125: Masanori Umeda Parana Memphis Fruit Dish|| |
Designed by Masanori Umeda, ceramic fruit dish, produced by A. Sarri Ceramiche. Signed by stamp on bottom "Umeda per Memphis." Memphis, Milano, Made in Italy. 3 inches high, 16 inches each side.
|126: Ettore Sottsass for Swid Powell Candlesticks|| |
Pair of weighted candlesticks by Ettore Sottsass for Swid Powell. Signature impressed "silverplated Made in Italy." Produced in the 1980s. Each measures 12.75 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches.
|127: Richard Meier for Swid Powell Pair of Picture Frames|| |
Two Richard Meier designed silver-plated frames manufactured by Swid Powell. Made in Italy. The larger measures 8.75 x 6 inches, and the smaller, 5 x 5 inches.
|128: Swid Powell Candlesticks|| |
Pair of Swid Powell silverplated candlesticks. Signed on base "Swid Powell THR Made in Italy." Produced in the 80s. 3 x 2.5 inches.
|129: Swid Powell 'Tuxedo' 57-Piece Dinnerware Set|| |
A set of Tuxedo porcelain dinnerware, designed by Gwathmey Siegel for Swid Powell, consisting of 57 pieces in a partial dinner service including serving pieces. Included in the set are dinner plates (16), salad plates (8), a pitcher (missing lid), cream and lidded sugar, cups (8) and saucers (7), dessert plates (8), pasta bowls (5), an oval service platter, and serving bowl.
|130: Rare Robert Venturi for Swid Powell Glasses|| |
Thirteen Robert Venturi for Swid Powell "Dashes" glasses, including six lowball glasses (4 x 3 inches), four highball glasses (5.25 x 3 inches), and three double old-fashioned glasses (4 x 3.5 inches), circa 1980s. Acid etched below with Venturi's "RV" monogram and Riedel's "CJR" crystal maker mark. Exceptionally hard to find.
|131: Toma Roata Two-Sided Postmodern Woodcut|| |
Toma Roata (Romanian, b. 1941) Constelatii, 1973 Color woodcut on paper A postmodern color woodcut printed on both the obverse and reverse, and framed in thick acrylic. Pencil-signed and titled, artist's proof. Sheet size is 21.5 x 45 inches, frame size is 27 x 50 inches.
|132: Anglepoise Desk Lamp 1227 by George Carwardine|| |
1227 Anglepoise reproduction desk lamp in chrome plated steel. Designed in 1936 by George Carwardine, this lamp is a recent reproduction, made in China. Approximately 18 x 6 x 29 inches.
|133: Josef Hoffmann for Bieffeplast Wiener Werkstätt Bowl|| |
Josef Hoffmann for Bieffeplast enameled fruit bowl. Part of the Wiener Werkstätte of Austria movement established in 1903. Metallic gray enameled mesh around gray bowl. Signed on base with decal ''J. Hoffmann by bieffeplast''. Produced in Italy. 4 x 9 inches.
|134: Reticulated Napkin Holder After Josef Hoffmann|| |
Item is a small tabletop implement napkin holder. Unmarked sculptural steel with white enamel finish is made in the manner of Josef Hoffmann Gitterkorb design. The piece is indicative of the Wiener Werkstätte designs and has no defining marks. 4 x 6.5 x 4.25 inches.
|135: House of Troy P10-190-M Balance Arm Piano Lamp|| |
House of Troy polished brass and black marble cantilever piano lamp. The lamp adjusts from base and at neck with a fluted brass shaft. Handled shaft measures 34 inches from end of light to handle. Base measures 10 x 5 x 5 inches.
|136: Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen & Co. Flowerpot Pendant Light|| |
Iconic petrol-blue Flowerpot Design pendant lamp, designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen & Co. Copenhagen in 1969. Lamp is constructed with two porcelain hemispheres facing each other. Lower lampshade has red interior, upper shade has white/cream interior. Comes with color-matching, fabric cord. 8.5 inches in diameter.
|137: Fritz Hansen Box Chrome Wire Chair by Verner Panton|| |
By Verner Panton, designed in the 1950s, the chair is constructed with chrome plated steel. The chair is representative of the "Pantonova" style, geometric cube shape with open back. Approximately 31 x 20 x 20 inches.
|138: Eames DCW Molded Plywood Chair|| |
A Ray and Charles Eames designed DCW molded plywood chair with bookmatched oak finish. Impressed "DCW" on the underside. 29 x 19.5 x 21.5 inches.
|139: Eames Round White Laminate Table|| |
A Ray and Charles Eames designed round table with white laminate top, and aluminum base with four wheels. Unmarked. 29 x 35.5 inches.
|140: Two Modern Molded Plywood Side Chairs|| |
A pair of molded plywood side chairs with walnut finish, in the style of Norman Cherner. Unmarked. 31.5 x 18 x 21 inches.
|141: Paul McCobb Planner Group Table and Two Chairs|| |
A Paul McCobb Planner Group drop-leaf maple dining table with two side chairs. All three pieces with sticker affixed to the seat underside. Table: 29 x 56 x 36 inches (with leaves extended). Chairs: 30 x 20 x 20.5 inches.
|142: Paul McCobb Planner Group Chair|| |
A Paul McCobb Planner Group maple captain's chair. Partial sticker affixed to the seat underside. 30 x 20.5 x 20.5 inches.
|143: Unique Mid-Century Walnut Armchair|| |
An unidentified mid-century box-form armchair, constructed of walnut, and having an angled cane back and seat upholstered with a vintage red striped fabric. Particularly unique is the joinery of the arm, an arrow-shaped bridle joint at the front and back ends of the arms. Unmarked. 32 x 23 x 25 inches.
|144: Edward Wormley Dunbar Credenza with Natzler Tiles|| |
An Edward Wormley for Dunbar walnut credenza, having brass hardware inset with Natzler ceramic tiles. Hinged cabinet door and seven drawers, the top center of which has a pen tray and the bottom center is a larger file storage drawer. Dunbar metal plate affixed in one drawer. Design is very similar to the Janus line, designed in 1956, though the credenza's legs are not as highly stilted, and the case does not feature the pronounced knuckle joints typical of the Janus line. 29.25 x 48 x 20 inches.
|145: Edward Wormley for Dunbar Walnut Cabinet|| |
An Edward Wormley for Dunbar bleached walnut and mahogany two-door cabinet with Asian-inspired brass hardware. Unmarked. Circa 1940s. 34.25 x 38 x 20.5 inches.
|146: Edward Wormley for Rand McNally 'Cosmopolitan' Globe|| |
A modern Rand McNally Cosmopolitan illuminated terrestrial globe on a wooden stand designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. Circa 1960s. Approximately 35 x 21 inches.
|147: Florence Knoll (Attr.) Walnut Cabinet with Cane Doors|| |
A 1950s tall walnut cabinet with two woven cane paneled doors above three drawers, attributed to Florence Knoll. Unmarked. 66 x 30.5 x 16 inches.
|148: Drexel 'Declaration' Modern Walnut Chest of Drawers|| |
A Drexel Declaration high chest of six drawers, solid walnut with white porcelain pulls, designed by Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall ca. 1955. Marked inside top right drawer. 45.5 x 34 x 21 inches.
|149: Drexel 'Declaration' Modern Walnut Dresser|| |
A Drexel Declaration six-drawer dresser with mirror, solid walnut with white porcelain pulls, designed by Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall ca. 1955. Marked inside drawer. Dresser: 31.5 x 52.5 x 22 inches. Mirror: 32.5 x 40 inches.
|150: Pair of Modern Curved Arm Chairs|| |
Two unique bent maple arm chairs with button-tufted textured velvet upholstery. Each measures approximately 33 x 24 x 24 inches.
|151: George Nelson for Herman Miller Executive Desk|| |
A modern executive desk designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, circa 1960. Features a floating top, five drawers, and a woven cane back panel. Marked with Herman Miller branded chrome lip pulls. Approximately 29.5 x 66 x 30 inches.
|152: George Nelson for Herman Miller Gateleg Table|| |
A modern gateleg table designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller. Herman Miller metal plate affixed to the underside. 29.5 x 40 x 18.5 inches with drop-leaves down, extends from 18.5 to 65 inches with two leaves.
|153: Erik Buch Danish Rosewood Table & Six Model 310 Chairs|| |
An Erik Buch-designed Danish Modern rosewood extension dining table with six Model 310 chairs, produced by CHR Christensens Mobelfabrik, circa 1960s. Chairs have black leatherette seats. Custom table pads are included. The table measures 29.5 inches high and 35.5 inches wide, and extends from 55 inches to 98 inches long when both draw leaves are extended. The chairs measure 32 x 20 x 20 inches.
|154: Pair of Bruno Hansen Teak Wishbone Chairs|| |
A pair of Danish Modern teak wishbone chairs with vinyl covered seats, designed by Bruno Hansen for Kjaernulf. Unmarked. Each measures approximately 29.5 x 21.5 x 19 inches.
|155: Hans Andersen Pair of Hexagonal Side Tables|| |
Two Hans C. Andersen designed hexagonal teak side tables with black Formica tops. Both tables stamped "Made In Denmark" on underside. 14.5 x 19.25 x 16.5 inches.
|156: Gio Ponti Style Ladderback Chair|| |
A mid-century ladderback side chair in the style of Gio Ponti. Unmarked. 36 x 16 x 17 inches.
|157: Three Italian Mid-Century Rush-Seat Chairs|| |
Three red-stained beech mid-century chairs with rush seats-- one armchair and two side chairs-- reminiscent of Charlotte Perriand. Each stamped "Made In Italy" on the underside. Side chairs: 31.5 x 19 x 20 inches. Armchair: 31.5 x 19 x 21 inches.
|158: Niels Eilersen Modern Linen Sofa and Armchair|| |
A Danish Modern sofa and armchair upholstered in linen, marked N. Eilersen. Design attributed to Niels Bendtsen. Sofa measures approximately 35 x 100 x 36 inches, armchair measures approximately 35 x 48 x 36 inches.
|159: Niels Eilersen Danish Teak Coffee and End Table|| |
A Niels Eilersen Danish Modern teak coffee table with a matching end table. Stickers affixed to undersides. The coffee table measures 18 x 51 x 30 inches, and the end table measures 21.5 x 30 x 30 inches.
|160: Jens Risom Walnut Nightstand with Leather Shelf|| |
A Jens Risom Design Inc. stilted nightstand, walnut construction with a single drawer over a leather-wrapped lower shelf. Label affixed inside drawer. Circa 1960s. 23 x 23 x 16 inches.
|161: Jens Quistgaard Teak Tray Table|| |
A Jens Quistgaard designed teak table, with a butcher block tray top. The tray is shaped in the form of a shallow bowl, or may be flipped over for a flat surface. Unsigned. Remnants of a "Made In Sweden" mark remain on the bottom of the base. Approximately 17.5 x 22 inches.
|162: Pair of Jens Quistgaard Modern Iron Candle Holders|| |
A pair of cast iron Danish Modern candle holders designed by Jens Quistgaard. Seven adjustable arms. Cast "J.H.Q. Denmark" mark on each underside. Each measures 19 inches high.
|163: Jens Quistgaard for Dansk Cutting Board with Knife|| |
Round teak and walnut cutting board designed by Jens Quistgaard for Dansk. Produced in Denmark. Included with cutting board is a Dansk Torun stainless steel cheese knife with brass handle. Cutting board measures 15.5 inches, cheese knife is 5.5 inches.
|164: Three Jens Quistgaard Salt Shaker/ Peppermills|| |
A lot of three Jens Quistgaard Danish modern teak salt shaker/ pepper mills. The two Dansk each measure approximately 7" high, and both are marked "Dansk Designs Ltd. / Denmark / IHQ". The Peugeot measures 3.5 inches high, and is impressed "Denmark JHQ".
|165: Martin Åberg IDG Teak Paper Waste Basket|| |
An International Designers Group teak paper waste basket designed by Martin Åberg, produced by Servex Sweden, ca. 1950s. Marked "INTERNATIONAL DESIGNERS GROUP, MADE IN SWEDEN, SERVEX". 13 x 10.25 inches.
|166: Kay Bojesen Denmark Articulated Elephant Toy|| |
A vintage Kay Bojesen oak elephant toy with adjustable trunk and legs, designed in 1953. Stamped "Kay Bojesen Denmark Copyright" on the underside of the back left foot. 5 x 9.5 x 3.75 inches.
|167: Oiva Toikka For Iittala Art Glass Penguin|| |
Oiva Toikka (b. 1931) for Iittala art glass bird, named "Pang the Penguin", ca. 2007. Iittala sticker and acid etched "O. Toikka Nuutajarvi" on base. With original packaging. 4.25 inch height.
|168: Barovier & Toso Murano Gold-Fleck Art Glass Bowl|| |
A vintage Barovier & Toso Italian art glass bowl, created with Ercole Barovier's cordonato d'oro (gold rope) technique. Unmarked. Heavy ribbed bowl filled with gold leaf inclusions, with scalloped rim and scrolled handles. 5 x 11.5 x 6.25 inches.
|169: Pair of Noguchi Akari Bamboo Floor Lamps|| |
Early Isamu Noguchi floor lamps for Akari, ca. 1950. Lamps have bamboo shafts and cast iron bases, manufactured in Japan with stamps on base. Original shades have been replaced with orb-shaped paper shades and frames. Approximately 55 inches tall with 5.5 inch base.
|170: Pair of Noguchi Akari Bamboo Table Lamps|| |
A vintage pair of Isamu Noguchi for Akari table lamps, bamboo shafts on cast iron bases. Each signed "MADE IN JAPAN" (cast onto the underside). No shades. Each 26 inches high.
|171: Isamu Noguchi Hawkeye Measured Time Clock|| |
Isamu Noguchi "Hawkeye Measured Time" clock and kitchen timer by Stevenson Mfg. Co. of LaPorte, Indiana. This counter clock/timer is an early example of Noguchi design to go into mass production. Body is Bakelite with a glass dial display. Printed paper dial and enameled brass hands. USA, circa 1932. Signed with applied metal manufacturer's label to reverse: [Measured Time La Porte, Ind. Model-L]. 5.25 × 3 × 6 inches.
|172: IMHOF Switzerland Brass Desk Clock with World Time|| |
IMHOF Switzerland vintage universal desk clock, with world time display. Polished and brushed gilt brass. 15-jewel, 8-day mechanism, #73481. 7 x 6 x 4 inches.
|173: Chrono-Art Audocron Chime Clock by Wayne Husted|| |
The Audocron clock was designed by Wayne Husted for a friend who was blind. The clock is silver-plated and chimes the time to the touch, as well as every hour and half-hour. Battery operated, made in the US. The clock measures 5 inches wide at the top and 3.5 inches high.
Jon Gilmore for Accessory Art Products, Inc. Lucite-spiral battery clock with mirrored face and pendulum, ca. 1990s. 17.25 x 9 inches.
|175: Dan Murphy Aluminum Table Sculpture|| |
Aluminum twisted ribbon table sculpture on acrylic base. Signed by artist to aluminum at base and dated 1986. 8 x 7 x 10 inches.
|176: Creative Playthings Modernist Rocking Horse|| |
Gloria Caranica for Creative Playthings Modernist bent plywood hobby horse, ca. 1960s. Impressed with manufacturer's decal to seat back. 19 x 25 x 12 inches.
|177: Vintage Laurel Pair of Mushroom Table Lamps|| |
A pair of mushroom table lamps, designed by Bill Curry for Laurel, and manufactured in the 1960s. Lamp bases are a brushed nickel finish and the shades are Italian blown glass with a frosted finish. Identified as Laurel on affixed stickers. Each measures approximately 17 x 13 inches.
|178: Vintage Laurel Mushroom Floor Lamp|| |
A mushroom floor lamp, designed by Bill Curry for Laurel, and manufactured in the 1960s. Lamp base is a brass finish and the shade is Italian blown glass with a frosted finish. Identified as Laurel on affixed sticker. Measures approximately 56 x 13 inches.
|179: Mid-Century Designer Desk Arc Light|| |
Vintage mid-century designer arc desk lamp with flat shade in enamel cream color. There are no defining identification marks. Base is flat steel with rubber feet, plastic socket, and shade has vented perforations. 30 x 22 inches height and width. Base is 9 inches in diameter.
|180: Curtis Jere 1989 Peacock Wall Sculpture|| |
A decorative wall sculpture of copper and brass, in the form of a peacock, signed and dated "C. Jere 1989". Approximately 43 x 48 inches.
|181: Curtis Jere 1971 Oak Leaf Wall Sculpture|| |
A 1971 Brutalist torch-cut and welded copper and brass wall sculpture in the form of a branch of oak leaves, signed "C. Jere 1971". Approximately 32 x 42.25 inches.
|182: Brutalist Metal Sculpture|| |
A handmade Brutalist metal sculpture on a stone base. 16 x 7.5 x 6 inches.
|183: Contemporary Kinetic Wall Sculpture|| |
A welded metal kinetic wall sculpture with marble track, late 20th/ 21st c. Unmarked, artist unknown. 66 x 29 x 9 inches.
|184: 'Picasso et la Tauromachie' 1982 Poster|| |
A color lithographic poster on wove paper after Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) for a show at the Musée d'Art Moderne de Céret. Published by Mourlot Paris. Measures 36 x 24 inches, in a frame measuring 39 x 27.75 inches.
|185: Reuven Rubin 'The Prophets' Lithograph with COA|| |
Reuven Rubin (Israeli, 1893-1974) The Prophets, ca. 1973 Color lithograph on paper A plate-signed Rubin lithograph depicting Biblical prophet Elijah ascending to heaven on a chariot of fire, with Elisha clinging to his cloak from below. With an Art Guild Galleries document of authenticity affixed to the reverse. The mat sight measures 22.5 x 17 inches, in a frame measuring 30 x 24.5 inches.
|186: Harris Strong Harlequin Tile|| |
A two-piece ceramic figural wall tile by Harris Strong (American, 1920-2006), depicting a harlequin with a crow, mounted on a wooden board. Unsigned. Board measures 41 x 9.5 inches.
|187: Italian Iron and Brass Savonarola Chair|| |
A vintage Italian curule or Savonarola chair, white-painted wrought iron frame with turned brass accents, upholstered in pinstripe linen. The cushioned seat is supported by iron lattice. 34 x 23 x 21 inches.
|188: Salterini Mid-Century Iron Sofa and Two Lounge Chairs|| |
A four-piece set of Salterini Mount Vernon wrought iron patio seating, designed circa 1930s, comprised of a sofa, lounge chair with ottoman, and armchair. Original finish. Unmarked. Sofa measures 36 x 66.5 x 35 inches, lounge chair measures 36 x 36 x 29 inches, ottoman measures 13 x 22 x 22 inches, armchair measures 36 x 34 x 27 inches.
|189: Salterini Mid-Century Iron Bistro Set|| |
A three-piece Salterini wrought iron bistro set, with original finish, designed first half 20th c. Unmarked. Table measures 29.5 x 42 inches, chairs measure 36 x 20 x 20 inches.
|190: 1960s Woodard Canopy Chairs, Pair|| |
A pair of 1960s Russell Woodard balloon-back canopy chairs, painted wrought iron and steel. Each measures 56 x 28.5 x 29 inches.
|191: 1960s Lane Modern Rosewood & Brushed Metal Dining Set|| |
A 1960s Lane Company (Alta Vista) dining table with six chairs (two armchairs and four side chairs), reminiscent of the designs of Paul McCobb. The rosewood and brushed metal table (29 inches high) has a glass top measuring 72 x 40 inches. The matching chairs have cane backs and forest green upholstered seats, and measure 31 x 23 x 21 inches. The chairs are tagged on the seat undersides.
|192: Olaf von Bohr for Kartell Modular Shelving|| |
Modular red plastic shelving designed by Olaf von Bohr for Kartell (Milano), created by Beylerian Ltd (USA). Also included is an orange Marcello Siard for Kartell wall-mounted shelf, model 4950. All pieces circa 1960s. Arranged as photographed, the shelves measure 70 x 32.5 x 11 inches and 78 x 32.5 x 11 inches. The wall shelf measures 14 x 31.5 x 12.
|193: Anna Castelli for Kartell Modular Rolling Table|| |
A modular plastic rolling table with three stackable shelves (one yellow and two red) and two tops (red and orange). Designed by Anna Castelli for Kartell (Milano), created by Beylerian Ltd (USA). Circa 1960s. 29 x 15 x 15 inches when arranged as photographed.
|194: Euro Rustic Plastic Four-Globe Lamp|| |
A four-light white plastic floor lamp with globe shades. Affixed sticker reads "Made in Holland for Euro Rustic." 66 inches high.
|195: Scarpa for Stendig 'Bastiano' Lounge Chair|| |
A Bastiano lounge chair designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa, and produced by Stendig. Affixed with a paper label. Seat cushions are filled with a goose down blend. 27 x 36 x 30 inches.
|196: Jack Cartwright for Founders Dresser with Bookcase|| |
A Jack Cartwright for Founders four-drawer maple dresser and bookcase top, having bright yellow laminated drawer fronts with chromed geometric pulls and a white laminate bookcase back panel. Two pieces. Founders sticker affixed inside a drawer. Circa 1960s. 80 x 40 x 17 inches total.
|197: Jack Cartwright for Founders Nightstand|| |
A Jack Cartwright for Founders modern maple nightstand with bright yellow laminated drawer front and chromed geometric pull. Unmarked. Circa 1960s. 22 x 20 x 15.5 inches.
|198: Maurice Bailey for Monteverdi-Young Clover Coffee Table|| |
A trefoil travertine-top coffee table, designed by Maurice Bailey for Monteverdi-Young. The three legs feature leaf designs playfully painted in a bright green. Approximately 17.5 inches high and 53 inches across.
|199: Arthur Umanoff Pair of Slatted Stools|| |
Pair of Arthur Umanoff style mid-century slatted wooden swivel bar stools with iron bases. Approximately 44 x 17 x 17 inches, with a 30 inch seat height.
|200: Gilbert Rohde "Z" Stool|| |
A Gilbert Rohde chrome "Z" stool for Troy Furniture, with gold upholstery. Troy tag affixed to underside of seat. 17 inch height.
|201: Milo Baughman for DIA Adjustable Brass Etagere|| |
A two-piece brass etagere designed by Milo Baughman for the Design Institute of America, circa 1970. The bottom shelf is adjustable, sliding to the side. Unmarked. Measures 71 x 47 x 18 inches.
|202: Hollywood Regency Two-Tier Tea Cart|| |
A vintage Hollywood Regency style brass tea cart with a smoked glass top shelf, mirrored bottom shelf, gallery trim, and bottle holders. Leather wrapped handle. Unmarked. 33 x 38 x 20.5 inches.
|203: Brass and Glass Tea Cart||A vintage tea cart made of brass-finished metal having two tempered glass shelves. 25.5 x 28 x 16 inches.|
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