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Chinese, 19th century. A wooden tea chest with hand-painted figural and landscape scenes on front and sides in gilt, the case having two doors opening to reveal eleven drawers surrounding an open rectangular compartment, metal handles on sides, all rising on lion paw feet. Ht. 29; wd. 24.75; dp. 18 in.
Japan, 20th century. A woodblock print depicting a woman and a child under a tree. Artist seal l.l.; 32.25 x 13.25 in. (sight).
Early 20th century. A group of papier mache dolls with embroidered robes, atop stage; ht. 6.5 in.
Japanese, early 20th century. A group of 4 seated dolls in embroidered robes, plus an embroidered pillow; largest ht. 5.5 in.
Early 20th century. A group of 5 papier mache dolls, each robed and with painted faces; largest ht. 4.5 in. (standing figure).
Meiji Period, early 20th century. A fine group of 6 robe dolls in papier mache, largest ht. 4 in.
English, 20th century. A silverplated epergne holding four cut glass trumpet vases on a round base with chased floral and foliate decoration, marked Barker Ellis and Made in England; ht. 10, base dia. 5 in.
American or English, 20th century. A three-tier wall shelf in mahogany, having a scalloped crown, mirrored back, and pierced side supports and pendant brackets; ht. 30.75, wd. 11.25, dp. 5.75 in.
British and American, 20th century. One colored print representing four birds, two English sparrows and two snow birds, and one watercolor depicting three birds on a sand beach. 12 x 21.25 in. (sight, larger illustration).
English, early 20th century. A framed color lithograph of Borwick Hall in Lancashire, depicting a group of people in 16th century dress in the courtyard; 17.5 x 22.5 in. (sight).
English, 19th century. Two ironstone platters in different sizes, the smaller of the two marked on bottom with an impressed B & B New Stone mark, and with a painted number in a cartouche stamp, with M & H beneath it. The larger platter is marked, Copeland/Late Spode, with an impressed crown over the number 8; small platter lg. 13.5 in., larger one, 18.25 in.
20th century. A bronze commemorative plaque by James Warren Roberts; dia. 10 in.
Maximillian Colin (Austrian, 1862-1893). Oil on canvas, signed l.l.; 15.25 x 12.25 in. (sight).
19th century, a Dutch street painting in fine gilt and gesso frame, signed illegibly and dated 1896 l.r.; 22 x 26.25 in. (sight).
Belle Don Carlos (Continental, 20th century). Oil on canvas, housed in a wood and gilt frame. A countryside scene with woman, house, and stream. Signed l.r.; 29.25 x 39.25 in. (sight).
Jaromir Stretti-Zamponi (Czech 1882-1959). Aquatint of Saint Guy Cathedral, Prague, signed in pencil l.r. and in print l.l.; 14.25 x 13.5 in. (sight), 20.75 x 19 in. (framed).
Probably American, 20th century. A pressed glass five-light candelabrum with flared central light of vase form, four detachable C-scroll candle arms, floriform bobeches and scalloped candle cups hung with prisms; ht. 25 in.
American, mid-19th century. Two belt buckles on belts, one featuring a carved black floral design and the other with a metallic design and a putti figure at the clasp. Lot also includes a gold plated belt buckle and a Whitby Jet mourning belt buckle; largest ht. 2 in.
A pair of silver plated water pitchers, each 19th century, including one by Meriden & Co., and another by Middletown plate Co., Middletown, CT.; ht. of tallest 11 in.
American, 20th century. An International Silver Company silverplated meat platter in the Chippendale pattern, having tree and broth wells, marked on underside; lg. 18.25 in.
American, 20th century. A cylindrical silverplated vase by Wilcox International with a chased decorative band, monogrammed on base M.W.W./Maysville Ky/1929; ht. 10 in.
American (Pennsylvania and Ohio), late 19th century. A heart-shaped dish in blue and gold glaze by George Morley, two creamware platters reading Give Us This Day/Our Daily Bread with maker's stamp on underside of each and a diminutive parian vase attributed to Bennington, PLUS an iridescent blue glass commemorative Liberty Bell plate; platter lg. 12 in.
Czechoslovakia, ca. 1945. Two porcelain plates with scalloped edges and hand-decorated in gold and red with a central panel showing three female figures in a garden. Bohemia mark to underside of each; dia. 10.75 in.PLUS one plate, also decorated in gold and red with a central pattern showing two female figures and a Cupid, surrounded by five smaller panels towards the edge. Marked J-65 to underside; dia. 10.25 in.PLUS one leaf-shaped and handled ...
American, mid-20th century. A partial luncheon service for twelve by Castleton in the "American Fruit Print" pattern, including twelve luncheon plates, demitasse cups and saucers, each piece marked; plate dia. 9 in.
American, 20th century. A folk art sculpture bust in wood, fitted with metal hair and collar; ht. 17.25 in.
American, late 19th century. An embroidered floral design housed in a handled wood and glass frame, serving as a tray. 10 x 14.75 in. (sight).
After John Brewster, Jr. (American, 1766-1854). Oil on canvas. A well done, 20th century copy, housed in a grain painted frame, inscriptions on verso with date and sitters, inscribed Bath, Maine 1830? l.r. ; 5.75 x 7.5 in. (sight).
Mid-20th century reproduction by Harry Shaw Newman of a hand-colored engraving on paper originally printed by R. Havell & Son. Plate 17, No. 4. Drawn and published by John James Audubon; 19.25 x 15.5 in. (sight).
American, 20th century. A double pedestal dining table in mahogany on four lyre carved supports joined by turned stretchers and rising on eight reeded and fluted sabre legs, manufacturer and retailer label on underside, includes two 18 in. leaves; ht. 29, lg. 64, dp. 42 in (without leaves). Also includes five side chairs and one armchair with scroll arms, all mahogany and having needlepoint cushions. This set of matching chair...
Possibly a Cincinnati regionalist, early 20th century. An oil on canvas depiction of a seemingly Western landscape with haystacks, unsigned; 24 x 29.5 in. (sight).
Jan Wills (American, 1928-2000). Watercolor on thick paper board, unframed. A landscape with a central oak tree. Signed and titled
l.r.; 20 x 30 in.
William Robert Shulgold (Russian born, active in America, first half of 20th century). Oil on board, housed in a gilt frame. A still life with fruit, a pitcher, a mortar and tassel, and a vase. Signed and dated 1913, u.r.; 9.5 x 13.5 in. (sight).
American, 20th century. Two unopened five ounce boxes of Fairbank's Gold Dust Washing Powder; ht. 4.75 in.
American, 20th century. A melon basket of rib construction having god's eye lashed handle attachments and four dyed splint bands and a rectangular handled basket with braided grass detailing, NYG(C?)A written on interior; largest ht. 13.75, wd. 16, dp. 10.25 in.
20th century. An assembled group of three art glass vases, including a pair of ribbed vases with sterling rims, with partially obscured English hallmarks, and a Rubina Verde ribbed vase; largest ht. 8.25 in.
20th century. Lot includes a tall celery vase, a Steuben bud vase, a clear glass vase with a white criss cross pattern and a squat form vase with green ribs; largest ht. 16 in.
Possibly Italian, 20th century. Lot of four includes a possibly Murano pink iridescent clam form dish, a possibly Murano dish with a lavender exterior, a geometric bud vase with layers of amber and yellow and a footed blue dish with iridescent highlights; largest ht. 7.75 in.
American, early 20th century. Oil on canvas housed in a wood frame. A mountain scene showing a river. Unsigned; 15.5 x 25.5 in. (sight).
George Davidson (American, 1889-1965). Ink and gouache on paper, framed and matted. Sketches of a mural in the Governor's Waiting Room of the Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville, Tennessee, unsigned but labeled on verso; 8.25 x 16.75 in. (sight).
Charles Clinton Pitcher (American, 1927-2009). Watercolor on paper, housed in a gilt frame. An industrial scene showing the exterior of a Pennsylvania coal mine, with a graffiti reading "Bob + Keith". Signed and dated 1981, l.l.; 29 x 21.25 in. (sight).
John Glendening (American, 20th century). Oil on canvas, signed l.r. and dated 72; 50 x 48 1/2 in. (sight). Titled on label on verso.
Robert Reed (American, 20th century). Aqua-tec on canvas, inscribed on verso stretcher with title and artist; 47 1/4 x 59 1/4 in. (sight). Dated 1982.
Deborah Schneck (American, 20th century). Pastel on paper, signed l.r. and with exhibition label from the Boston Museum of Fine Art; 13 x 10 in. (sight).
Amado Pena (American, b 1943). Three ceramic tiles with transferred images of Native Americans, labels on verso; 12 x 12 in. (each).
Early 20th century. A massive oil on canvas, illustration depicting hunters in a winter wilderness; 51 x 78 in. (sight).
Chinese Export, mid-19th century. A group of porcelain tablewares consisting of nine plates, two serving platters and a lidded tureen, each piece with blue painted and gilt decoration. The tureen features floral finial and gilt twisted handles; lg. 18.5, wd. 16 in. (large platter).
Chinese Export. An armorial plate with a polychrome coat of arms to center and spearhead as well as floral motifs to borders. Dia. 10.25 in.
Chinese Export. A scalloped edge oval dish with Armorial center. Lg. 8 in.
Attributed to Caspar de Crayer (Flemish, 1582-1669). Oil on canvas housed in a gilt frame. A depiction of Jesus holding his cross and displaying his wounds after rising from the dead. 34.5 x 20.5 in. (sight).
British, 19th century. Oil on board housed in a wood frame. A group of four figures, including a woman, surrounding drunken Silenus. 25 x 19.5 in. (sight).