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December 1-3 2003 Furniture and Decorative Arts Auction (post-auction prices) Page 1


Lot NumberDescriptionEstimated Selling PriceHammer Price
1203-0001AN AMERICAN SETH THOMAS MANTEL CLOCK. The cherrywood incised Eastlake style case having faux marble Corinthian columns, ormolu mask head handles and feet. The brass rimmed decorated dial having bell strike and key wind movement. With pendulum. Width 16 in., height 11 1/2 in. $180 - $250$130

1203-0002
A LADY'S CARTIER WRIST WATCH. The thin gold vermeil case having quartz Swiss made movement, blue sapphire-like setting stem, original leather band and case. Marked Cartier Paris on back. Appears never worn. $300 - $400$650
1203-0003A STEUBEN AURENE ART GLASS MASTER SALT on pedestal base. The interior a bright gold iridescent with red to violet overtones, the exterior white calcite. Height 1 3/4 in., diameter 2 1/2 in. $250 - $350$275
1203-0004AMERICAN HONESDALE ART GLASS VASE, acid etched and cut back, having pale golden yellow ground with frosted Art Nouveau styling, parfait-shape. Height 6 in. Signed Honesdale underfoot in gold enamel. N.B. Made by Honesdale Decorating Co., a glasshouse at Honesdale, Pa. established in 1901 by C. Dorflinger & Sons. It closed in 1932. c. 1914-18. $250 - $350$250
1203-0005PAIR CHINESE ELEPHANT IVORY CARVED CRIBBAGE BOARDS, each with stylized dragon motif surrounding the playing surface, with pegged ends for marker storage. Length of one, 8 1/2 in. $100 - $150$200
1203-0006TEN COLLECTIBLE DAGUERREOTYPES AND TINTYPES: one portrays a prominent African-American lady, one a child, another depicts five women; three are portraits of women; a family is depicted in a 5 1/2 in. by 4 1/4 in. (the case having loose cover); one depicts man and woman; two are portraits of men. All are in covered cases with typical gilt metal interior frames. $150 - $250$550

1203-0007
A ZUNI INDIAN POT, traditional design in white and dark brown against natural brick red field. Note convex under base. Height 7 1/2 in., c. 1920-30's. $400 - $600$500

1203-0008
AN INNUIT INDIAN COVERED BASKET in the form of a tea pot, having green and pink geometric decoration. Height 6 1/2 in., width 7 1/2 in. c. 1930's. $150 - $200$140

1203-0009
A NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKET/RUG, in the "Twin Grey Hills" pattern, natural black, gray on white ground with red outlines. 43 in. by 58 in. Having original wire tag with weaver's name and the date, December 1947. $300 - $400$450

1203-0010
CLASSICAL EMPIRE MAHOGANY WORK STAND, American, early 19th century. The 2-drawer chest has a lift top opening to green velvet lining, the drawers flanked by acorn carved stiles and fitted with brass rosette handles; raised on a pedestal base with four highly carved legs terminating with carved hairy paw feet. Dimensions: 32.5"H x 23.75"W x 17.5"D. $800 - $1000$1500
1203-0011A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 40 NATIVE AMERICAN POINTS AND ARTIFACTS. Various materials such as chirt, agate and obsidian. Cased. $180 - $250$170
1203-0012PERSIAN SHIRAZ CARPET, Kashgai design, the elongated red hexagonal field decorated with stylized animals and flower heads around a single geometrical centralized medallion, 4'11" x 8'0". $200 - $300$300
1203-0013AN AMERICAN STAINED AND LEADED GLASS WINDOW. Centered with opalescent glass chalice surrounded by circular blood red field, the Art Nouveau influenced design having twin glass "jewels". In original painted white wood frame. Over all 22 1/8 in. by 45 3/4 in. c. 1900. $150 - $200$300

1203-0014
LALIQUE CRYSTAL JAR-SHAPED VASE, "Charmeur Vase", having a raised serpent motif, "the serpent, symbol of riches, evokes power and immortality", satin-finished. In original lined box. $200 - $300$200
1203-0015A TIFFANY & CO. CRYSTAL PAPER WEIGHT in the form of an apple. Height 3 in. with original paper label and traditional blue box. $120 - $160$110
1203-0016TRESTLE BASE WALNUT SOFA TABLE, Johnson-Handley-Johnson, Grand Rapids, Michigan, c. 1920's. The long select walnut top spans twin lyre-shaped supports joined by a carved and molded stretcher centering an urn finial. Dimensions: 30.5"H x 60.5"L x 20.5"W. $500 - $700$600
1203-0017FIVE COLLECTIBLE CHILDREN'S BOOKS: "The Rainbow Fairy Book", first edition, illustrated by Michael Hague & signed by him, 1993, 288 pgs., dust jacket; Michael Hague's "Family Christmas Treasury", illus., dust jacket; plus three "pop up" books-"The Snowman", "Sailing Ships", with 3-dimensional illustrations; and "The Crocodile and the Dump Truck". All as new condition. $120 - $160$70

1203-0018
VICTORIAN WALNUT AND NEEDLEPOINT POLE SCREEN, Renaissance Revival, American, c. 1870. The square screen has a floral needlepoint panel within a carved and molded walnut frame surmounted with an acanthus crest; raised and centered over a pedestal base with four cyma-curved legs around a turned central column. Dimensions: 32"W x 58"H. $300 - $400$200

1203-0019
GERMAN DWM LUGER PISTOL WITH LEATHER HOLSTER, model 1914 artillery, 9mm, 8" barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut grips, stock lug, adjustable 8-position rear sight, 1917 chamber date, DWM toggle marking, serial #8938m. $1800 - $2250$950

1203-0019A
A COLLECTION OF NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN HUNTING POINTS collected from the Columbia River area, Oregon. 63 pieces, materials such as chirt, agate, mahogany obsidian, etc. Various shapes, colors and sizes. In aluminum frame. $300 - $400$300
1203-0020HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL AREA RUG, Indo-Persian, overall floral arabesque design on rose ground and ivory primary border, 3'10" x 5'9". $250 - $350$275
1203-0021A TIFFANY STYLE TABLE LAMP, the brown metal "library" pedestal base with single light fitted with 16 in. floral design stained and leaded glass shade. Height 24 in. $150 - $200$150
1203-0022A NEO-CLASSICAL CARVED GILT WOOD WALL MIRROR, having handled basket of flowers crest, pineapple fruit feet & acanthus carved applique at sides. 43 1/2 in. tall, 22 in. wide. $150 - $200$100
1203-0023AN AMERICAN STAINED AND LEADED GLASS WINDOW with opalescent & amber faceted glass "jewels", having the "Crawford" family crest centered with blue glass round border. In brown stained fir wood frame. Over all 40 in. by 28 in. $100 - $150$100
1203-0024A NORTHWEST THOMPSON RIVER INDIAN COVERED BASKET, a gift to the Nootsack tribe in Whatcom County, Washington in about 1890. 10 3/4 in. square, 6 1/4 in. tall. It was used by Lolita Harkness, who in 1962 was recognized as the oldest living resident in Washington State at 106 years of age. The basket descended in the family. $180 - $250$150
1203-0025A COLOR PRINT, study of still life with flowers 25 in. by 34 in. In Victorian gilt wood and gesso wide frame. $150 - $250$150
1203-0026AN ANSONIA STEEPLE CLOCK, spring driven 8-day & 30 hour movement. Mahogany case with eagle on tablet. Height 20 in., width 10 in. c. 1870. $150 - $200$100

1203-0027
STEUBEN VERRE DE SOIE ("glass of silk") art glass vase, of jar-shape. An iridescent glass of soft white shading to very pale green. Height 4 7/8 in., width 4 1/4 in. First made by Frederick Carder at the Steuben Glass Works from about 1905 to 1930. $400 - $600$400
1203-0028LIFE-SIZE BRONZE SCULPTURE, a barefoot boy hanging by his hands from a horizontal bronze tree branch spanning twin bronze uprights issuing from a floor stand, unknown artist. Overall height - 94.5 inches. $2000 - $3000$1700
1203-0029A ORIENTAL HARDWOOD JEWELRY BOX, inlaid with copper and brass in vining floral motif. Having recessed handles, the top lifts to reveal dark red lined wooden removable tray with lower storage. Height 4 3/4 in., width 15 in. $100 - $150$200
1203-0030A COLLECTION OF NINETEEN NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS: awls, an adz, leaf-shaped knife with note indicating it was collected in Harrison County, Indiana; triangular & other hunting points. Various materials, shapes and sizes. $120 - $160$120
1203-0031LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SETTEE, Louis XV style, American, late 19th century, having a pierced and foliated carved back under a serpentine molded top rail, the upholstered cushion seat flanked by open serpentine arms. Length - 42 inches. $300 - $400$500
1203-0032A JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE HIBACHI, glazed pottery with landscape hand painted under glaze. Meiji Period. Height 10 in., diameter 9 1/2 in. $200 - $300$200
1203-0033A COLLECTION OF TEN DAGUERREOTYPES AND AMBROTYPES: four depict women, various poses, and five are of men, with one an early tinted photograph of two young girls. All in leatherette cases with gilt metal interior border-frames. Size of the smallest, 2 3/8 in. by 3 in. Included is the Japanese lacquered serving tray with dragon motif, Mt. Fuji in background. $150 - $250$300
1203-0034STICKLEY OAK AND EBONY LEATHER ARMCHAIR, Mission Oak Collection, L. & J.G. Stickley, New York, manufactured Feb., 2000, with black leather seat and back cushion, 5-slat adjustable back, arch plank arms with through-tenons and supporting corbels, and 4 vertical slats along both sides; branded oval Stickley shopmark interior seat rail. $700 - $900$800
1203-0035STICKLEY OAK AND EBONY LEATHER FOOTSTOOL, Mission Oak Collection, L. & J.G. Stickley, New York, manufactured Feb., 2000. The rectangular oak stool has a black leather covered cushion seat, the two narrow ends centering three vertical slats, oval branded Stickley shopmark and round brass emblem interior stretcher rail. Dimensions: 14"H x 15"W x 19"L. $150 - $200$170
1203-0036A WINCHESTER SPLIT BAMBOO FLY FISHING POLE AND CASE, pat. dated February, 1921, #6087. Four piece rod with nickel ferrules (one ferrule lacking) in original cane case with brass screw-cap end. Length assembled approximately 10 ft. 6 in. Incised marks on metal butt end. $250 - $350$225
1203-0037ATTRIBUTED TO LOUIS JAY HUGHES (San Francisco, California 1893-1973) Watercolor on paper A wooded landscape in autumn 16 in. by 20 in. Signed Hughes l.l. In pierced-carved gilt wood and gold leaf wide frame. $250 - $350$250
1203-0038FRANCES KEMPER (Oregon, 20th century) Watercolor on paper An Oregon coastal scene 14 1/2 in. by 21 1/2 in. Signed Frances Kemper l.r. Well framed. N.B. Consignor advises this piece cost $700 in local art gallery. $100 - $150$140
1203-0039A COLLECTIBLE BOOK, "Alice in Wonderland through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll, illustrated by Milo Winter, Rand McNally & Co., Chicago, 1st printing, 1916, pictorial cover, 242 pages, 14 color plates, 7-3/4"x9-3/4". $150 - $200$110

1203-0040
NINE-DRAWER OAK CASH REGISTER PEDESTAL, National Cash Register Co. (NCR), Dayton, Ohio, c. 1910. A tall chest of six shallow cash drawers, three "supplies" drawers and one forward drop storage drawer at the base; the sides with raised panels; the back with full size locking cabinet door; the oak feet with applied cast metal mounts. Dimensions: 45"H x 28.75"W x 21.25"D. $500 - $700$1500
1203-0041RHODOLITE GARNET, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING. A single oval-shaped and checkerboard-cut violet-red rhodolite garnet prong set within a border of round diamonds. $600 - $800$650
1203-0042EMERALD, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING. Centered between two triangular groups of three round diamonds is a single 2.89 ct. emerald-cut Colombian green emerald. Estimated total weight of diamonds: 0.31 ct. $600 - $800$550

1203-0042A
EMERALD, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE. Centered between two lengths of gold chain is a festoon pendant centering a single square-cut green emerald between two pairs of round diamonds. Necklace length: 17 inches. $120 - $180$170
1203-0043SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING, set with a single pear-cut blue sapphire within a pearl-shaped border of round diamonds. $600 - $800$650
1203-0044A SMALL MATCHING PAIR OF OPEN-FRONT BOOKCASES, American, c. 1920's, both with two adjustable shelves between spiral-turned column stiles and under a flat rectangular top with carved frieze. Dimensions: 38.5"H x 29.5"W x 11.75"D. $200 - $300$300
1203-0045A WORLD GLOBE on pedestal base, with brass central support. The cobalt blue globe having mother of pearl, agate, turquoise, jade and other semi-precious stones shaped to form the countries of the world. Diameter of globe, 12 in., height 23 1/2 in. $100 - $150$110
1203-0046HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Indo-Persian, centering a floral medallion on plain burgundy ground, 8'11" x 12'7". $600 - $800$500
1203-0047A WIDE PERSIAN RUNNER, Hamadan villages region, Herati motif and diamond medallion design on red ground, hand knotted, 3'8" x 10'5". $250 - $350$225

1203-0048
ELIZA R. BARCHUS (Portland, Oregon "the Oregon artist", 1857-1959) Oil on canvas Rooster Rock, Oregon 12 in. by 22 in. Signed Barchus l.r. Well framed. $700 - $900$1200
1203-0049A COLLECTORS GROUP OF 4 MINIATURE PORTRAITS, in original gilt metal frames with stands. Two are of fine ladies, 1 a gentleman and 1 a young boy. $200 - $300$160
1203-0050THREE-PIECE CARVED OAK SEATING FURNITURE SET, English Charles II style, American, Grand Rapids, late 19th century, comprising: triple-back settee, armchair and matching side chair. All three pieces have highly carved backs and dark blue mohair seat covers. Settee length - 46 inches. $700 - $900No sale

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