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July 9-11 Furniture and Decorative Arts Auction (post-auction prices) Page 12


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Lot NumberDescriptionEstimated Selling PriceHammer Price

0707-0548
FOUR YELLOW GOLD AND GEMSTONE RINGS, three are 14K gold and blue gemstones; one 10K gold and green gemstone. $100 - $150$130

0707-0549
PETITE CONSOLE TABLE AND CHILD'S ROCKER: Louis XVI style console table with demilune top on three turned and reeded legs; child's Victorian rocking armchair with spindle back and bentwood arms. $100 - $150$50

0707-0550
TWO PAIR OF CELADON GREEN CRACKLE VASES, in similar bottle-form shapes, brown rims. Heights 12-3/4 in. $100 - $150$150

0707-0551
TWO SIMILAR PERSIAN GHOOCHAN AREA RUGS, both with two columns of rose octagons each centering an 8-point star, hand knotted, 3'8" x 6'1" and 3'11" x 6'2".

$150 - $200$80

0707-0552
TWO GERMAN HUMMEL FIGURES. The first, "Book Worm", (girl), HUM 14B, TM-3, c. 1960-72, 5-1/4 in. height; along with "Bird Duet", HUM 169, TM-2, c. 1950, 4 in. height.

$100 - $150$90

0707-0553
AN ANONYMOUS OREGON ARTIST, pupil of Clyde Leon Keller. Oil on panel, summer landscape painted on Sauvie's Island, Oregon. 25 1/2 in. by 19 1/2 in. (sight), not signed. In maple frame. (From same family who owns three Clyde Keller paintings in this sale, and acquired at same time.) $100 - $150$45

0707-0554
TWO GERMAN GLASS BEER STEINS, 1/2 L. sizes. One an amber glass, white enameled decoration, pewter lid, 8-1/2 in ht.; the other a clear cut crystal in diamond design, pewter lid and mounts, 5-1/2 in. ht. $100 - $150No sale

0707-0555
CHAISE LOUNGE, American, early 20th century, floral tapestry brocade black velvet upholstery, included end backrest and turned legs on casters. Length 77 inches.

$140 - $180$180

0707-0556
AN AFRICAN TRIBAL WOOD MASK, hand carved and dyed accents, from Cameroon. Similar to the Bamilke tribe. Height 16 in., width 11 in. c. 1950's. $100 - $150$50

0707-0557
LIONEL O GAUGE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE, 4-4-0, AND TENDER, new in box. $100 - $150$30

0707-0558
THREE-PIECE CUSTOM SECTIONAL SOFA SET, Akers-Thomas Custom Artist Touch Furniture Co., Portland, Oregon, 2001, the L-shaped set comprising one long and one short sofa section joined by a corner section. Overall dimensions: 37.5"H x 143.5"L x 112"D.

$300 - $400$350
0707-0559PAIR OF DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD EARRINGS, each square shaped and set with a single round-cut diamond and tapered baguette diamonds. $400 - $600$225
0707-0560PAIR OF DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD EARRINGS, each set with 36 round, brilliant-cut diamonds all channel set. Total estimated weight of all 72 diamonds: 1.44 cts. $400 - $600$200

0707-0561
JOHN ADAMS PARKER (New York, N.Y. 1827-1905) A hand colored lithograph A Christmas time winter landscape in upstate New York with horse drawn sleigh, figures. 17 1/4 in. by 13 in. (sight) Signed in the plate l.l. J. Parker 1895 $100 - $150$70

0707-0562
THREE LIONEL O GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES: a small blue Navy Yard New York 51 switch engine; two Great Northern diesels, one in blue and white, the other orange and black, # 8771 and #197 respectively, post war. $150 - $250$130
0707-0563AN OAK DRAW-LEAF DINING TABLE, English, mid 20th century, having a rectangular top with rounded ends, a draw leaf at each end and a trestle base with bulbous supports. Closed dimensions: 30.5"H x 30"W x 42"L + two 12" leaves = 66" extended length. $100 - $150$70

0707-0564
FOURTEEN PIECES TOY RAILROAD ITEMS: 2 American Flyer O gauge red cabooses; 2 Lionel red cabooses (smaller); Lionel open cargo car; a standard gauge # 517 green and red caboose; Kinzua Company (Oregon) log carrier; and modern Lionel 6437-6 grey caboose. (All are metal except the last car.) Plus five lamp posts, switch lights, an automatic signal light by Marcx, Lionel 68-19 et al.

$150 - $200$170

0707-0565
A SET OF FOUR MODERN OAK "SNODGRASS" ARMCHAIRS, Steelcase Inc., Grand Rapids, c. 1970's. $275 - $375$130

0707-0566
A GROUP OF FOUR NORMAN ROCKWELL PAINTED PORCELAIN FIGURES. Including, "Home From Camp", 6-1/2 in. ht.; "Gramps at the Reins", 6-1/4 in. ht., 1980; "Be A Man", 6 in. ht.; and "Boy With Stilts", 1980, 7 in. ht. All by the Danbury Mint. $120 - $160No sale

0707-0567
A ROUND FEDERAL-STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE WITH THREE LEAVES, American, mid 20th century, standing on four square tapering legs with brass casters. Dimensions: 30"H x 42"D + three 12" leaves = 78" maximum length.

$130 - $180$325
0707-0568TWO OIL PAINTING ABSTRACTS on panel by Oregon 20th century a artists: Ella B. McLeod, sail boats in harbor, 19 1/2 in. by 13 1/2 in., signed & dated 1957 l.r.; and Joan Shield titled "Conception of Open Spaces", 20 in. by 24 in., signed Shield l.l. Both in wood frames. $150 - $200No sale

0707-0569
ALBERT PATECKY (Oregon, 1906-1964) Oil on panel titled on reverse in pencil "2377 Nonobjective" and signed Albert Patecky and again Patecky l.r. 14 in. by 10 in. In painted artist made wood frame. Provenance: by descent in owner's family.

$120 - $160$250

0707-0570
PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER, overall Herati floral design on red ground, hand knotted wool, 3'1" x 9'5". $140 - $180$170

0707-0571
TWO 19TH CENTURY LITHOGRAPHS, hand colored depicting interior drawing room scenes with figures in 18th century costume with period furnishings. Each 12 in. by 16 1/2 in. In matching gilt wood frames of later period. $120 - $160$100

0707-0572
COLLECTION OF FIVE: a wooden rope pulley, c. 1910; brass World War I artillery shell hand crafted into flower vase with bird repousse, height 11 in.; 19th century German metal cake mold, diameter 8 3/4 in.; plus two sad irons with handles. $100 - $150$40

0707-0573
TWO FREESTANDING HAT TREES, American, early 20th century, one oak and one pine construction, both of square tapering form with applied cast metal garment hooks near the pointed tops, the bases issuing four scroll-cut legs. Heights 63.75 and 74.75 inches. $100 - $150$60

0707-0574
TWO GERMAN DECORATED BEER STEINS, 1/2 L. size. One with a pewter lid and decorated with gold and flower design, 10 in. ht.; the other gold Art Nouveau pattern with inlaid porcelain and pewter lid, 9 in. ht. $100 - $150$80

0707-0575
ALBERT PATECKY (Oregon, 1906-1994) Oil on panel An abstract with columns and geometrics 14 in. by 17 in. Signed Patecky l.r. In mahogany frame.

$120 - $180$150

0707-0576
AN EMPIRE REVIVAL WALNUT WASHSTAND, American, c. 1910. The front of the petite washstand has a single drawer overhanging a pair of plain panel doors, the top with two scrolling uprights rising to support a rectangular tilt mirror over towel bar. Dimensions: 68.25"H x 32"W x 18"D. $100 - $150$45

0707-0577
A PAIR OF PROVINCIAL STYLE PETITE CHESTS OF DRAWERS, American, mid 20th century, having three serpentine drawers under a Portuguese marble top of conforming shape. Dimensions: 30"H x 29"W x 17.25"D. $150 - $200$150

0707-0578
A. SABBAGH (European, 20th century) TWO oils on canvas: an alpine landscape with cottage, and landscape with sail boat on lake. Each 7 1/2 in. by 9 in. Signed A. Sabbagh l.l. in matching wood frames. $150 - $200No sale

0707-0579
TALL OAK BOOKCASE ON STAND, American, 20th century. The bookcase section has a molded cornice over four adjustable open shelves; surmounting the back edge of a square low cabinet base with double doors. Dimensions: 95.5"H x 37.5"W x 36"D. ONE OF A PAIR. $100 - $150$70

0707-0579A
TALL OAK BOOKCASE ON STAND, American, 20th century. The bookcase section has a molded cornice over four adjustable open shelves; surmounting the back edge of a square low cabinet base with double doors. Dimensions: 95.5"H x 37.5"W x 36"D. ONE OF A PAIR. $100 - $150$70

0707-0580
LIONEL STEAM LOCOMOTIVE AND COAL CAR, the pre-WWII locomotive model #702. $250 - $350$160
0707-0581581 TO 600 - NO LOTS $ - $$

0707-0601
GORHAM STERLING SILVER JEWELRY BOX, flowers and scrolls in relief, dated 9 November 1907. The hinged lid opens to reveal space for rings, velvet lined, 5-1/4 in. by 3-1/8 in., marked with the Gorham trademark underfoot. Included is a mosaic photo frame with easel.

$140 - $180$300

0707-0602
CLYDE LEON KELLER (Portland, Oregon 1872-1962) Oil on academy board titled "Rocky Shore" (near-Yachats, Oregon) 12 in. by 16 in., signed Clyde Leon Keller l.l. and again on reverse with title, dated 1950. In original gilt wood frame. Provenance: from the artist to the family, by descent. $350 - $500$475

0707-0603
A 1920'S PERSIAN WALL TAPESTRY depicting a fine quality Oriental prayer rug with birds and animals in the field, calligraphy within a cartouche near prayer arch. Over all 4 ft. 9 in. by 8 ft. 2 in. c. 1920's. $250 - $350$300

0707-0604
U.S. TWENTY DOLLAR GOLD COIN, St. Gaudens type, 1926-P. Appears about MS65.

$1000 - $1300$1300

0707-0605
PERCY L. MANSER (Oregon, 1886-1973) Oil on panel "Red Barn" 10 in. by 7 5/8 in. Signed Percy L. Manser l.r. and again on reverse in pencil together with title In custom wood frame. Provenance: purchased at a West Linn, Or. artists' of Oregon auction.

$350 - $500$400

0707-0606
AN AUSTRIAN AMPHORA POTTERY FIGURAL GROUP: mother and daughter standing, the former with burden basket on back with large basket attached to her wrist with cloth; the daughter holding long basket and green cloth, standing on large flattened stone. Hand painted under glaze. Height 25 1/2 in. Width 17 in. Incised underfoot Amphora Austria. c. 1925.

$650 - $850$800

0707-0607
TWO BOTTLES OF FRENCH VINTAGE TABLE WINE: 1) Chateau La Mission Haut Brion 1967, Graves red Bordeaux, Grand Cru classe; 2) Clos Labere 1982, Sauternes, white Bordeaux (2e Vin Chateau Rieussec). $120 - $180$110

0707-0608
LIONEL LEONARD'S CIRCUS TRAIN: the blue enameled locomotive no. 027 with Columbia, Portland and Pacific tender and nine circus cars: #6511-2 tractor two-tiered car; #48043 Advertising Car; #6536-19 Circus Car; six #6424-11 cars including lion cage car, flat car with trucks, two wagon cage cars (one with polar bears); water barrel car; & livestock transport car. $350 - $500$350

0707-0609
LGB "G" SCALE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE #2019 S, Colorado Southern tender, 3 passenger cars in red and black plus red caboose, marked Denver South Park or Denver Rio-Grande, with red caboose. $250 - $350$275

0707-0610
CLYDE LEON KELLER (Portland, Oregon 1872-1962) Oil on academy board titled "Sunrise in the Olympic Mountains" 12 in. by 16 in. Signed Clyde Leon Keller l.r. and again on reverse with title and dated 1949. Provenance: from the artist to the family, by descent. $450 - $650$900

0707-0611
AN ENGLISH SHEFFIELD 19TH CENTURY WINE COASTER, in silverplated vintage grape pattern, having a grooved wood base, large-size. Diameter 7-1/2 in.

$225 - $300$180

0707-0612
RUBY, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING WITH APPRAISAL, centering a 0.95 ct. very dark red, pear-cut ruby with baguette and round-cut diamonds on each shoulder. Total weight of all 38 diamonds: 0.80 ct. Estimate of value in February of 2007: $4,500. $600 - $800$450

0707-0613
DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT WHITE GOLD THREE STONE RING, set with a round, brilliant-cut diamond separating two smaller round, brilliant-cut diamonds. Total estimated weight of all three diamonds: 1.76 cts.

$2000 - $3000$2000

0707-0614
DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT WHITE GOLD TENNIS BRACELET, 7-1/4 inches and set with 55 prong set, round, brilliant-cut diamonds. Total approximate weight of all diamonds: 3.27 cts. $800 - $1200$550

0707-0615
SET OF THREE COLLECTIBLE VOLUMES: "New Light on the Early History of the Greater Northwest"-"The Manuscript Journals of Alexander Henry, fur Trader of the Northwest Company, and David Thompson, official geographer and explorer of the same company, 1799-1814. New York: Francis Harper, 1897, limited to 1100 copies, this #1033, the third volume Index & Maps. In green canvas covers with gilt stamped spines, cased. $350 - $450$275

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