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Auctions 1-50 of 50
Lot 12
Joseph Henry Sharp (American, 1859-1953)

River's Edge oil on canvassigned l.r.titled on plaqueRan Gallery and Closson's labels affixed to back of frameframed15.75 x 19.75 in. (sight)

Lot 21
Gordon Benjamin Mess (American, 1900-1959)

Village Streetoil on canvassigned and dated '44 l.r.framed24.5 x 35.75 in. (sight)

Lot 32
Charles Augustus Lasar (American, 1856-1936)

French Countryside Landscapeoil on canvassigned l.l.10.25 x 13.5 in. (sight)

Lot 33
Attributed to George Inness (American, 1825-1894)

Landscape with Streamoil on canvas laid on boardunsignedinscribed on verso with family historyframed6.5 x 9 in. (sight)

Lot 43
Lawton Silas Parker (1868-1954)

Lake Landscapeoil on canvassigned and dated 1920 l.l.framed12.75 x 20 in. (sight)

Lot 69
Emile Othon Friesz (French, 1879-1949)

Pastoral Landscape with Sheep and Shepherdessoil on canvassigned and dated 1904 l.r.framed23 x 15.5 in. (sight)

Lot 90
Hanau Silver Tankard

Continental, 19th century. A large silver tankard with floral finial on lid, chased and repousse decoration around the lid, having a ruffled edge around rim and foot, the body with repousse and chased decoration of scenes of putti in the countryside, having a scrolling thumb-piece and chased handle, struck on underside with pseudo-marks, French export mark for .800 silver on body, and illegible marks on lid interior ...

Lot 91
Swedish Sterling Presentation Tankard

Swedish (Stockholm), ca 1932. A sterling silver tankard with gilt interior, having a spherical thumb-piece and three matching feet, the feet, handle, lid, thumb-piece, and body decorated with corresponding strapwork, the lid inset with a medal of Gustaf V and decorated with a band of stylized lotus flowers. Engraved on one side From friends / to Mac / in rememberance of his stay / in Sweden / 12-22-1932, the other two sides with in...

Lot 138
Paris Porcelain Figural Group

French, 19th century. A porcelain figural group, likely by Bourdois & Bloch, of a man and woman seated on large sofa playing musical instruments, both in floral and pastel clothing, on a gilt embellished base, underside marked with blue underglaze crossed swords with E and C; oah. 7, wd. 9.75, dp. 7.5 in.

Lot 143
German Porcelain Plaque of Queen Louise

German, late 19th-early 20th century. A painted porcelain plaque of Queen Louise after the portrait by Gustav Richter (German, 1823-1884), stamped on back Made in Germany and a trademark, and inscribed Königin Louise / mach Richter. Housed in an ornate gilt frame; 6 x 4 in. (plaque), 13 x 10 in. (frame).

Lot 175
Antique Heriz Rug

Persian, ca 1920s. 12 ft. 1 in. x 8 ft. 7 in. (145 x 103 in.; 368.3 x 261.62 cm).

Lot 195
Indian Miniature Painting of Princes

Indian, 18th century. Gouache on paper, depicting a procession of princes; 8.75 x 11.5 in. (sheet size).

Lot 199
Indian Miniature Paintings

Indian, mid 18th-19th century. Two miniature paintings, gouache on paper. One depicting a princess drinking from a cup and the other a woman with a peacock, with inscription; 3.75 x 2.5 in. (sheet size, each).

Lot 200
Indian Mughal Painting of a Ruler

Indian, early 19th century. Gouache on paper, depicting a ruler with attendants, riding on horseback, with inscription in upper margin; 13.25 x 9.5 in. (sheet size).

Lot 204
Indian Painting of a Raja and Attendants

Indian, 19th century. Gouache on paper depicting a Raja and attendants floating in the heavens; 13.5 x 10.75 in. (sheet size).

Lot 207
Asian Relief Carved Panels

19th-20th century. A pair of wooden panels carved in high relief with foo dogs, leaves and blossoms, with traces of gilding and paint; ht. 20, wd. 33, dp. 5.5 in. (each).

Lot 214
Chinese Embroidered Silk Altar Cover

Chinese. A framed blue silk altar cover with a central disc design surrounded by embroidered white, pink and gold dragon and pagoda decorations bordered by fish and shrimp motifs; 28.25 x 27.5 in. (sight).

Lot 227
Chinese Blue and White Cup

Chinese Export, 17th century. A floral decorated cup with three character underglaze blue mark; ht. 2, dia. 3.25 in.

Lot 231
Chinese Export Kangxi Period Cups and Saucers

Chinese Export, 18th century. A pair of cup and saucer sets, each two-handled cup and scalloped saucer decorated with six figures in garden settings; cup ht. 3 in. (each), saucer dia. 5.25 in. (each).

Lot 235
Chinese Export Armorial Punch Bowl

Chinese Export, late 18th century. A porcelain punch bowl with gilt spearhead border and floral sprigs, featuring a crest of a red lion passant gardant holding a stalk of wheat; ht. 5.25, dia. 12 in.

Lot 237
Chinese Export Armorial Soup Plate

Chinese Export, 18th century. An armorial porcelain soup plate with floral scroll border, gilt monogram and leopard crest; dia. 9.75 in.

Lot 242
Chinese Export Armorial Teapot Stand

Chinese Export, early 19th century. A scalloped porcelain teapot stand with floral and spearhead border, and central armorial; dia. 5.25 in.

Lot 254
Chinese Export Pounce Pot

Chinese Export, early 18th century. A porcelain pounce pot with landscape and figural decorations to each side; ht. 2.25 in.

Lot 259
Chinese Export Famille Rose Plates

Chinese Export, 18th-19th century. A group of three porcelain plates with famille rose decoration including a soup plate with floral festoon border and two other plates with modified diaper borders; soup plate ht. 1.75, dia. 9 in., larger plate dia. 9.25 in., smaller plate dia. 8.5 in.

Lot 261
Chinese Export Famille Rose Tray

Chinese Export, early 19th century. A famille rose porcelain tray with floral festoon border and orange peel surface; lg. 12.5, wd. 9.5 in.

Lot 262
Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Tray

Chinese Export, 19th century. A porcelain famille rose tray with rose diaper border and orange peel surface; lg. 9.75, wd. 6.75 in.

Lot 264
Chinese Export Famille Rose Soup Bowl

Chinese Export, early 19th century. A famille rose porcelain soup bowl with "cracked ice" panels to rim and spearhead border; dia. 9 in.

Lot 265
Chinese Export Famille Rose Soup Bowl

Chinese Export, 19th century. A famille rose porcelain soup bowl with scalloped rim and spearhead borders; dia. 9 in.

Lot 273
Chinese Export Porcelain Bleeding Bowls

Chinese Export, early 18th century. A pair of porcelain bleeding bowls with gilt spearhead borders and central monograms, each with three rose painted cartouches with birds, branches and landscapes; ht. 3, dia. 10.5 in. (each).

Lot 279
Chinese Export Porcelain Rooster Figures

Chinese Export, late 19th century. A pair of porcelain roosters standing on trunks, with incised feather detailing and unglazed heads and beaks, unmarked; ht. 15.5 in. (each).

Lot 283
Chinese Export Cafe-au-lait Ground Plate

Chinese Export, 18th century. A porcelain plate with cafe au lait ground having a floral border and central still life of vases, flowers and a butterfly; dia. 8.25 in.

Lot 284
Chinese Export Ruby Red Ground Plate

Chinese Export, 18th century. A ruby ground porcelain plate with foliate form reserves featuring gilt floral decoration, retaining a label for the shop of Elinor Gordon; dia. 9 in.

Lot 297
Chinese Export Punch Bowl

Chinese Export, 19th century. A porcelain footed punch bowl with pink and yellow floral festoons and a gilt chain border, interior and exterior; ht. 5, dia. 11.25 in.

Lot 299
Chinese Export Charger for the American Market

Chinese Export, late 18th-early 19th century. A porcelain charger for the American market, with an enameled border of floral festoons and a central gilt monogram within a shield crest; ht. 2, dia. 16.25 in.

Lot 301
Chinese Export Porcelain Platter and Tazza

Chinese Export, 18th-19th century. A small porcelain platter with wide reticulated rim and gilt diapered border, having a central monogram GJ within a wreathed oval, and a small octagonal tazza with red, blue and gold decorative border and central shield in a flag pattern surmounted by a crown; platter lg. 9.5, wd. 8.5 in., tazza ht. 1.25, wd. 3.5 in.

Lot 320
Tortoise Shell and Inlaid Card Cases

Continental, 19th-20th century. A tortoise shell card case with silk interior, the case having inlaid decoration of flowers and a butterfly in silver and ivory, in a fitted box for retailer Auguste Klein of Paris, and a tortoise shell card case with mother-of pearl inlay having a hinged lid; sterling and ivory case 4.25 x 3.25 in., mother-of-pearl case 3.75 x 2.5 in.

Lot 340
American Portrait of a Woman

American, mid-19th century. Oil on canvas, framed. A large portrait of a woman, possibly Mary Magdalene, unsigned; 53.25 x 41.25 in. (sight).

Lot 341
American School (20th century)

American, 20th century. A pastel of a nude woman lying prone, overlooking the sea, unsigned. Housed in a black frame with liner; 27.75 x 44 in. (sight).

Lot 368
Chippendale Slant-Front Desk

American (New England), late 18th-early 19th century. A Chippendale slant-front desk in birch with pine secondary, having a rectangular, dovetailed top above a slant lid, opening to a desk interior with a row of nine valenced pigeon holes, including one with a secret drawer, and five over three aligned drawers, all above four dovetailed and graduated drawers with beaded case surrounds, the drawer ...

Lot 386
Roswell Gleason Pewter Coffee and Tea Service

American (Dorchester, MA), mid-19th century. A pewter coffee and tea service of paneled octagonal form, with touch mark for Roswell Gleason (active 1822-1871), including a coffee pot, teapot, lidded sugar and creamer, the coffee pot and teapot with wooden scrolling handles and finials; coffee pot ht. 12 in., teapot ht. 10 in., sugar ht. 8 in., creamer ht. 5.75 in.

Lot 388
S. Duncombe English Pewter Dishes

English, mid-18th century. A set of six smooth rim pewter plates and a pewter warming plate, all with touch marks of Samuel or Stynt Duncombe (Duncumb), and a pewter basin with partial touchmarks, attributed to Duncombe; plate dia. 9.5 in. (each), warming plate dia. 9.5 in., basin dia. 8 in.

Lot 392
Philadelphia Coin Silver Tankard

American (Philadelphia), ca 1840s. A coin silver tankard having an applied handle with pierced thumb-piece, ball finial, and reeded ornament on upper and lower edge, impressed mark J.E. Caldwell & Co. / Philadelphia; ht. 4.5 in., silver wt. 12.412ozt (386g).

Lot 44
Kewa Pottery Bowl

dough bowl form with stylized rain birds on body, height 5.5 in. x diameter 11 in.second quarter 20th century

Lot 57
Carol Pecos (Jemez, b. 1934) and Beatrice Loretto (Jemez, b. 1951-) Polychrome Pottery Storytellers

lot of 2. One bear with four cubs, signed Carol Pecos Jemez Pueblo N. Mex, possibly for award winning Carol T. Pecos, height 5.25 in. AND signed B. Loretto for Beatrice Loretto, Jemez. Her storyteller figure with delicately painted features and clothing, height 3.75 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 145
Navajo Saddle Blankets from the Historic Glen Isle Resort, Bailey, Colorado

lot of 2, both hand-spun wool; one with a fine weaving and simple banded design, 57.5 x 36.5 in.; AND a smaller saddle blanket with courser weave embellished with serrated diamonds, 38.5 x 32 in.mid-20th century

Lot 181
Portrait of Chief Little Wound (Oglala, ca 1935-1899) Oil on Canvas

Chief Little Wound, Sioux Indianlower right signed Popesco; titled on reverse(sight) 17.5 x 15 in.; (framed) 24.25 x 21.25 in.20th century

Lot 182
Pastel Portrait of a Native Man on Paper

signed Matthesen lower right, framed(sight) 12.5 x 11.25 in. 20th century

Lot 191
New Mexican Landscape, Oil on Canvas

unsigned(sight) 17.2 x 22 in.; (framed) 22 x 26 in.early 20th century

Lot 196
Robert Redbird (Kiowa, b. 1939) Mixed Media on Paper

signed lower right sight 22.75 x 31 in.; framed 33.25 x 42 in. 20th century

Lot 554
Paint-Decorated Table Lamp

20th century. A metal table lamp, painted to resemble bronze; oah. 32.5 in.

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