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Sale Date: April 27th, 2017


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Please note: Internet bidders will not be able to pick up purchases the day of the sale. The gallery will open at 12:00 p.m. CDT on Friday, April 28th for pick-ups and inquiries.  

Click For More Info 201. Dutch, tea kettle and brazier, 19th century, brass, unmarked, overall: 9 1/4"w x 6 3/8"d x 12 1/2"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 202. English, fire dogs / tool rests, mid 19th century, brass, cast iron, unmarked, 7 1/8"w x 2 3/8"d x 6 1/8"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 203. Staffordshire, monumental teapot, England, late 19th century, glazed ceramic, unsigned, together with a Victorian glass and cast iron fish bowl and a Brevete Morialme woodpecker figural match strike, 20"w x 12 1/2"d x 17"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $62.50
Click For More Info 204. German, stein, polychrome painted porcelain, aluminum, stamped mark, together with an erotic hand painted porcelain tankard depicting a husband discovering an affair, unsigned, 5 1/2"w x 4 1/2"d x 9"h $75 - $125 More Information
Click For More Info 205. Group Lot, five (5) canes: 1) gilt metal, ebonized wood, 2) brass, ebonized wood, 3) snakeskin, wood, 4) horn, 5) glass, tallest: 35"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $650.00
Click For More Info 206. Various American Makers, five articles: Gorham flask or perfume bottle; International Watrous flask; Watrous Mfg. Co. compact; Wm. B. Kerr & Co. compact; and another flask, sterling silver, cut glass, stamped marks, 6"l x 4"w x 1"d $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $292.50
Click For More Info 207. Dresden, Hunt theme service plates, set of twelve, Saxony, Germany, polychrome painted porcelain, each with stamped signature, together with twelve (12) Steuben amber glass plates, 8 3/4"dia, 10 3/4"dia $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Sold for $1,300.00
Click For More Info 208. Steuben, glass table articles: pitchers, pair; tazze, pair; candlestick; and a bowl, Corning, NY, colorless glass, etched signatures, together with a Steuben amber glass bowl (7 items total), largest: 10"dia x 3.75"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 209. Paul Milet (1870-1950) for Sevres, lidded urns, pair, Paris, France, Flambe glazed porcelain, signed MP Sevres, 8"w x 6"d x 14.25" $600 - $800 More Information
Sold for $520.00
Click For More Info 210. Sevres vase, France, glazed ceramic, unsigned, 2.5"dia x 3.75"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 211. Claudia Rios and Julio Michel, mirror, Mexico, .999 silver, copper, label, 30.5"w x 41"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 212. Japanese, vase, Meiji Period, bronzed metal, vase has been drilled, 11.5"dia x 18"h $600 - $800 More Information
Sold for $390.00
Click For More Info 213. Italian, large urn, 1920s, hammered copper, handmade, 26.5"w x 16"d x 19" $600 - $800 More Information
Sold for $343.75
Click For More Info 214. Japanese, vase, Meiji Period, bronze, 18"w x 9"d x 12"h $2,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $1,690.00
Click For More Info 215. Japanese, Seagull vase, Meiji Period, bronze, unsigned, 6"dia x 11"h $700 - $900 More Information
Sold for $406.25
Click For More Info 216. Japanese, Bird vases, pair, Meiji Period, bronze, 14"w x 8"d x 19"h $800 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 217. Chinese, figural sculpture, second half 20th century, carved hardstone, raised on a carved wood stand, 13"w x 5.25"d x 17.75"h $50 - $100 More Information
Sold for $32.50
Click For More Info 218. Continental, Woman with Bonnet box, walnut, polychrome enamel, 6"dia x 2.25" $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 219. African, male fertility figure, bronze, together with a woven and beaded gourd phallus cover (koteka), 3 1/4"w x 4 1/2"d x 8"h $25 - $50 More Information
Click For More Info 220. After Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828), Le Baiser Donne (The Kiss Given) sculpture, bisque, cobalt and gilt porcelain, brass, 4"w x 3"d x 6"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $162.50
Click For More Info 221. Bronces De Arte Zumel, Roman Chariot figural group, Spain, silver-plate, gilt bronze, brass, onyx, signed, 31"w x 10"d x 16.5"h $700 - $900 More Information
Sold for $520.00
Click For More Info 222. Arts & Crafts Period, three-light wall sconce, pair, wrought iron, 12"w x 6"d x 20"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $162.50
Click For More Info 223. Decorative Arts, finials and sculptures, nine, circa 1900-1930, various materials, largest: 5.75"dia x 5"h $400 - $600 More Information
Sold for $617.50
Click For More Info 224. Decorative Arts, cultured pearl growth progression, assorted colored pearls, 12"w x 10"h framed $100 - $150 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 225. Rathbone, Frederick, Old Wedgwood (portfolio with color plates), 1898, published by Bernard Quaritch, 15 Picadilly, London, printed by G. Norman & Son, Printers, Floral Street, Covent Garden $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $227.50
Click For More Info 226. Various Authors, ten books, pertaining to art pottery, titles include, Arts Ceramica, Highlights of Pewabic Pottery, Robert Blasberg, The Unknown Ohr, Jean Bragg, Newcomb College, Lucile Henzke, Art Pottery of America, Betty Hut, From Our Native Clay Art, John Webster Keefe, Creative Clays, Susan J. Montgomery, The Ceramics of William H. Grueby, Herbert Peck, The Book of Rookwood Pottery, Herbert Peck, The Second Book of Rookwood Pottery, Jessie Poesch, Newcomb Pottery $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 227. Various Authors, eleven books, pertaining to Arts & Crafts, titles include: Patricia Bartinique, Kindred Styles, Leslie Greene Bowman, American Arts & Crafts, David M. Cathers, Furniture of the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Sharon S. Darling, Chicago Metalsmiths, Donald Davidoff, Innovation and Derivation, Wendy Kaplan, The Encyclopedia of Arts and Crafts, Randell L. Makinson, Greene & Greene, Barbara Mayer, In the Arts & Crafts Style, Kitty Turgeon, Arts & Crafts, Tod. Volpe, Treasures of the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Joanna Wissinger, Arts and Crafts Pottery and Ceramics $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $125.00
Click For More Info 228. Various Authors, twenty books, pertaining to Arts & Crafts, titles include: William Ayres, Rose Valley, A. Patricia Bartinique, Gustav Stickley His Craft, Linda Hubbard Brady, Roycroft Hand Made Furniture, Peter A. Copeland, Quaint Furniture Catalogue, Donald A. Davidoff, Early L & JG Stickley Furniture, Isak Lindenauer, August Tiesselinck, Thomas Maher, The Jarvie Shop, Kevin McConnell, Roycroft Art Metal, Mary Ann Smith, Gustav Stickley: The Craftsman, Gustav Stickley, The 1912 and 1915 Gustav Stickley Craftsman Furniture Catalogues, Dover Publications, Stickley Craftsman Furniture Catalogues, Dover Publications, Turn of the Century Editions for, Life-Time Furniture, Quaint Furniture Arts & Crafts, Roycroft Furniture, Limbert Furniture, Limbert Furniture edited by Stephen Gray, What is Wrought in the Craftsman Workshops, Gustav Stickley after 1909 edited by Stephen Gray, The Mission Furniture of L & JG Stickley, Arts & Crafts Furniture: Shop of the Crafter Creed $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 229. Various Authors, eleven books pertaining to Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios, titles include: Victor Arwas, Tiffany, Vivienne Couldrey, The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Martin Eidelberg, Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty, Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany_s Art Glass, Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany_s Glass, Bronzes, Lamps, Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany: Rebel in Glass, Hugh McKean, The Treasures of Tiffany, Tessa Paul, The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Norman Porter & Douglas Jackson, Tiffany Glassware, Gertrude Speenburgh, The Art of the Tiffanys, Henry Winter, The Final Dynasty of Louis Comfort Tiffany $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 230. Various Authors, pertaining to lamps and glass, titles include: Louis O. St. Aubin, Jr., Pairpoint Lamps: A Collectors Guide, Robert Defalco, Handel Lamps: Painted Shades and Glassware, Joanne C. Grant, The Painted Lamps of Handel, Carole Goldman Hibel, The Handel Lamps Book, Leonard Padgett, Pairpoint Glass, JoAnn W. Pratt, Moe Bridges: Lamps & Lighting Fixtures, Schiffer Publishing, Pairpoint Lamp Catalogue $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 231. Various Authors, pertaining to lamps and glass, titles include: Louis O. St. Aubin, Jr., Pairpoint Lamps: A Collectors Guide, Robert Defalco, Handel Lamps: Painted Shades and Glassware, Joanne C. Grant, The Painted Lamps of Handel, Carole Goldman Hibel, The Handel Lamps Book, Leonard Padgett, Pairpoint Glass, JoAnn W. Pratt, Moe Bridges: Lamps & Lighting Fixtures, Schiffer Publishing, Pairpoint Lamp Catalogue $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 232. Gustav Stickley, drop-front desk, #731, Eastwood, NY, oak, copper, branded signature, 32"w x 16"d x 43.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 233. Gustav Stickley, side chair, #306 1/2, Eastwood, NY, oak, unsigned, together with a Thebes stool and an Arts & Crafts tabouret, chair: 17"w x 18"d x 36"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 234. L & JG Stickley, modified sideboard, Fayetteville, NY, oak, unsigned, 44"w x 18"d x 39.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 235. Stickley Brothers, library table, similar to #2896, Grand Rapids, MI, oak, copper, signed with Quaint metal tag, 40"w x 26"d x 29.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $187.50
Click For More Info 236. Stickley Brothers, chair, Grand Rapids, MI, oak, unsigned, 15"w x 15.5"d x 27.5"h $50 - $100 More Information
Click For More Info 237. Old Hickory, side chairs, two, Martinsville, IN, hickory, branded signatures, smaller: 18.5"w x 21"d x 34.5"h; larger: 18.5"w x 19.5"d x 39"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 238. Michigan Chair Company, chairs, two, Grand Rapids, MI, oak, unsigned, larger: 17"w x 16"d x 37"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $32.50
Click For More Info 239. Harden, settle, Camden, NY, oak, unsigned, 58"w x 23"d x 37"h $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 240. Harden, footstool, Camden, NY, oak, unsigned, 20"w x 14"d x 17"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $422.50
Click For More Info 241. English Arts & Crafts, side chairs, set of four, oak, leatherette, 19"w x 20"d x 35"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 242. Arts & Crafts, trestle table, oak, 60"w x 29.5"d x 30"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 243. Arts & Crafts, bookcase, oak, 40.5"w x 13"d x 58"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $845.00
Click For More Info 244. Arts & Crafts, assembled set: gate-leg table and side chairs, four, table, oak, chairs, poplar, table: 50"w x 36"d x 30.5"h (open), 16"w x 36"d x 30.5"h (closed); chairs: 17"w x 19"d x 37"h $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 245. Arts & Crafts, jardiniere, #855 with stand, hammered copper, iron, numbered, 20"dia x 29"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $312.50
Click For More Info 246. Arts & Crafts, andirons, pair, wrought iron, 16"w x 25"d x 28.5"h $200 - $400 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 247. Arts & Crafts, serving stand, wrought iron, 14"w x 6.5"d x 8"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $325.00
Click For More Info 248. Arts & Crafts, andirons, pair, wrought iron, together with a pair of George Washington Andirons, taller: 10"w x 24"d x 23.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 249. Arts & Crafts, fire screen, wrought iron, 40"w x 14"d x 31"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 250. Arts & Crafts, bookstand, oak, 29"w x 5.25"d x 6.25"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 251. Carl Koch (1912-1998) for Vermont Tubbs, Sno-Shu chair, Wallingford, VT, ash, gut, unsigned, 27.5"w x 35"d x 34.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 252. American Arts & Crafts Period, secretarial chair, oak, leather, 16"w x 17"d x 34"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $195.00
Click For More Info 253. Penn Hardware, Attribution, Latten Design door hardware set, Reading, PA, patinated brass, unsigned, 4"w x 24"h $50 - $100 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 254. Prairie School, Geometric windows, set of ten, leaded glass, copper, crackle glass detail, glass: 30"w x 54"h (five); 28"w x 54"h (four); 32"w x 54"h (one $900 - $1,200 More Information
Sold for $650.00
Click For More Info 255. Warren Hile Studio, After a Design by Greene & Greene for the Freeman A. Ford House, console/ sofa table, Sierra Madre, CA, oak, branded signature, 81"w x 21"d x 28.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $1,250.00
Click For More Info 256. Contemporary Arts & Crafts, desk, oak, An adaptation of Gustav Stickley's Director's table. With movable keyboard tray., 68"w x 32"d x 30.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 257. Contemporary Arts & Crafts, credenza, oak, iron, 63"w x 20"d x 33"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $455.00
Click For More Info 258. Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst, (American, late 19th century), Trees over a Marsh, pastel, inscribed _To Mrs Walrek Scranton / Compliments of D.B. Parkhurst" lower right, matted and framed, image: 5.75" x 12.75"; frame: 14.5" x 20.5" $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $93.75
Click For More Info 259. Franz Revesz-Ferryman, (Hungarian/American, 1893-1983), Village Bridge, 1922, ed. 15, color stencil, signed lower right, titled lower left, matted and framed, image: 7.5" x 9.75"; frame: 15.5" x 18.5" $150 - $200 More Information
Sold for $62.50
Click For More Info 260. Arts & Crafts, table runner, linen, 20.5"w x 54.5"l $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $487.50
Click For More Info 261. Contemporary Arts & Crafts, rug, wool, 77"w x 112"l $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $487.50
Click For More Info 262. Contemporary Arts & Crafts, After a Charles Voysey (1857-1941) design, Fintona runner, wool, 36"w x 135"l $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $422.50
Click For More Info 263. Contemporary Roycroft, Scottish Rose rug, wool, 48"w x 72"l $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $422.50
Click For More Info 264. Contemporary, After Gustav Klimt, tapestry, Fine Art Tapestries, Lynn, NC, cotton, labeled, 32.5"w x 52"l $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $300.00
Click For More Info 266. Thonet, chair, Austria, beech bentwood, unsigned, 22"w x 20"d x 35.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 267. Gustav Stickley, spittoon, Eastwood, NY, hammered copper, stamped with joiners mark within a circle, lacking liner, 10"dia x 2.25"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $325.00
Click For More Info 268. Gustav Stickley, chafing dish with tray, Eastwood, NY, hammered copper, wood, burner with impressed mark, tray marked, dish: 10.5"dia x 7"h; burner: 11.5"w x 4"d x 2.25"h; tray: 13"dia x 1" $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $650.00
Click For More Info 269. Roycrofters, serving tray, East Aurora, NY, copper, signed, 18"w x 16"d x 2" $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 270. The Roycrofters, bookends, three pairs, East Aurora, NY, copper, each signed, largest: 4"w x 3.25"d x 5.25" $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $562.50
Click For More Info 271. The Roycrofters, three-light candelabrum, East Aurora, NY, copper, signed, 9"dia x 20"h $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $437.50
Click For More Info 272. The Roycrofters, Princess candlesticks, pair, East Aurora, NY, hammered copper, one with impressed mark, each: 3.25"sq x 7.5" $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $292.50
Click For More Info 273. The Roycrofters, handled tray, East Aurora, NY, hammered copper, impressed mark, 17"dia x 1.25"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $780.00
Click For More Info 274. The Roycrofters, bookends, set of three pairs, East Aurora, NY, copper, impressed mark on one pair, largest: 6"w x 8.75"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $227.50
Click For More Info 275. The Roycrofters, assembled desk set, six, East Aurora, NY, copper, stamped marks, comprising two inkwells, two pen trays, a letter opener and a desk clip, largest: 7.25"w x 2.5"d x 1.75"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $357.50
Click For More Info 276. Roycrofters, Princess candlesticks, pair, East Aurora, NY, hammered copper, unmarked, each: 3.5"sq x 8"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $227.50
Click For More Info 277. Roycrofters, bud vases, two, East Aurora, NY, copper, glass, stamped marks, larger: 3.25"w x 4"d x 7.5"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $422.50
Click For More Info 278. The Roycrofters, bookends, two pairs, East Aurora, NY, copper, stamped marks, each: 5.75"w x 3.75"d x 8.5"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 279. The Roycrofters, candlesticks, four and a chamberstick, East Aurora, NY, copper, stamped marks, largest: 3.75"dia x 8"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 280. The Roycrofters, chamberstick and two-light candlestick, East Aurora, NY, copper, stamped marks, larger: 6.75"w x 2.5"d x 6"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 281. The Roycrofters, charger, dish and letter rack, East Aurora, NY, copper, pewter, stamped marks, largest: 11"dia $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $162.50
Click For More Info 282. The Roycrofters, wall pocket, hanging bud vase and armchair ash receiver, East Aurora, NY, copper, stamped marks, largest: 1.5"w x 2"d x 9.5" $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 283. Heintz, triple calendar stand, #1196, Buffalo, NY, gilt bronze, stamped marks, numbered, 10.5"w x 2"d x 3.25"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 284. Heintz, vase, #3669C, Buffalo, NY, bronze, sterling silver, impressed mark, together with The Roycrofters bud vase, acid-etched copper finish, glass, impressed mark, vase: 2.5"dia x 6"h; bud vase: 4"w x 3.5"d x 8"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $375.00
Click For More Info 285. Heintz, vases, #3608C, 3591D, 3593D, three, Buffalo, NY, bronze, sterling silver, impressed marks, numbered, tallest: 3"dia x 10"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $585.00
Click For More Info 286. Heintz, vases, #3815, 3607, 3642, three, Buffalo, NY, bronze, sterling silver, impressed marks, numbered, tallest: 3"dia x 10"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 287. Benedict Studio, desk calendar and letter holder, Syracuse, NY, bronze, stamped marks, together with one Avon dish and three Guildcraft copper dishes, all marked, largest: 9.5"dia x 1"h, larger: 6.25"w x 2.5"d x 4.75"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 288. Benedict Studio, vases, four, Syracuse, NY, Karnak brass, stamped marks, largest: 4.5"w x 3.5"d x 8.5"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 289. Benedict Studio, Scarab candlesticks, pair, East Syracuse, NY, copper, stamped marks, together with a Benedict Studio Karnak scarab wall pocket, #93, brass, enamel, impressed marks, 4"w x 1.5"d x 5"h, both: 2"sq x 3.25"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 290. The Art Crafts Shop, stamp box, pen tray and letter opener, Buffalo, NY, copper, enamel, stamped marks, pen tray: 12"w x 1.75"d $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $292.50
Click For More Info 291. Art Crafts Shop, plate, #301, Buffalo, NY, enameled metal, signed, numbered, 6.5"dia $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 292. Monitor Clock Works, Arts & Crafts clock, Medina, NY, oak, brass, stamped marks, 9"w x 2.5"d x 7"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 293. Cellini, Argental tray, Chicago, IL, hammered aluminum, ceramic tile, signed, 19.5"w x 16.5"d x 2.25"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 294. Falick Novick (1878-1958), bowl, Chicago, IL, copper, sterling silver-lined, stamped marks, 8 5/8"dia x 3 1/2"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 295. Marshall Field & Co., Virginia Creeper letter rack, Chicago, IL, brass, stamped marks, together with a Marshall Field & Co. diminutive picture frame, larger: 6"w x 3"d x 5.25"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $260.00
Click For More Info 296. George Frost / The Frost Arts & Crafts Workshop, Viking Ship box, Dayton, OH, acid-etched brass-plated copper, leather, unmarked, 6.25"w x 3.25"d x 1.75"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 297. American Arts & Crafts, Craftsman Co. dish, #884, Vermont Copper Crafters porringers, #404, pair, and Drumgold, candlesticks, pair, copper, impressed marks, together with a Heintz, attribution, cattail copper and sterling dish, #522, unsigned, numbered, largest: 9"dia x 1.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Sold for $65.00
Click For More Info 298. American Arts & Crafts, covered bowl, hand wrought copper, red enamel, stamped marks, Max Wille distributor mark, 6 3/8"dia x 4 1/4"h $150 - $250 More Information
Sold for $97.50
Click For More Info 299. Arts & Crafts, candle sconce, hammered copper, 3.25"w x 3.25"d x 10.5"l $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $130.00
Click For More Info 300. American Arts & Crafts, squat bulbous bowl raised on feet, hand wrought copper, 7"dia x 3.75"h $100 - $200 More Information


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