.
Sale Date:
Dec. 3, 2006
Click thumbnail for larger image. Use Back button to return.
Lot Numbers, Descriptions and Estimates
101. Navajo rug, c. 1920, geometric pattern in red, black, and cream on a gray field, 54”w x 84”l, staining, overall wear, major edge loss and holes, good condition 300-500
102. Navajo rug, c. 1940, stylized diamond pattern in red, brown and gray on a cream field, 38”w x 77”l, excellent condition 300-500
103. Navajo rug, c. 1920, multiple patterns featuring red on a brown field with red border, 51”w x 69”l, some wear to edges and some fading, very good condition 400-600
104. Gustav Stickley tray, hammered copper, original patina, impressed Als ik Kan mark, 12”w x 18”l 500-700
105. Navajo rug, c. 1920, Chinle Revival, stripe and stylized diamond pattern in gray, black and browns, 49”w x 70”l, very good condition 600-800
106. Navajo rug, c. 1930, visual geometric pattern in browns and cream, 34”w x 66”l, very good condition 300-500
107. Navajo rug, Transitional c. 1910, diamond zig-zag pattern in red, gray and brown, significant wear to edges, several holes and patches, minor color run, 72”w x 98”l, good condition 800-1000
108. Good Teco vase, four handled flaring shape covered in a good green matt glaze with charcoal highlights, impressed marks, 4.5”w x 7.25”h 1200-1700
109. Good Newcomb College vase, unusual form with a carved and painted floral design with a pink, blue and green matt, executed by Sadie Irvine, marked, 5.5”w x 6”h 2500-3500
110. Teco vase, double handled shape covered in a good green matt glaze, impressed marks, 4.5”w x 7”h, professional repair to rim 900-1200
111. Unusual SEG/Paul Revere bookends, pair, finely painted owl design, artist initials Fannie Lavine, marked SEG on base, impressed mark, 5”w x 4”h, uncrazed, similar bookends are pictured in "Saturday Evening Girls", by Chalmers & Young, pg. 99 1000-1500
112. Grueby vase, shouldered form with sculpted and applied leaves and flowers, covered in a good green suspended matt glaze, signed by Ruth Erickson, impressed mark, 5”w x 5”h 2500-3500
113. Exceptional Pewabic vase, large shouldered form covered in a colorful iridescent metallic drip glaze, repaired drill hole, impressed mark, 7.5”w x 13”h, a big decorative vase 3500-4500
114. Unusual Newcomb College vase, shouldered form with a carved and painted landscape with moss laden trees and a pink sky, executed by Sadie Irvine, #RV20, 3.5”w x 5”h, uncrazed 2500-3500
115. Roblin vase, miniature form in bisque with delicately tooled design at neck and a bit of splattered brown glaze, impressed mark, 2"w x 2"h 250-350
116. Nice Dirk Van Erp box, hammered copper with an oversized lid that has four cut-out designs, original patina, impressed mark, 4"w x 2.25"h 350-550
117. Roblin vase, miniature tapered form in bisque with delicately tooled banded lines, impressed mark, 1.75"w x 2.25"h 250-350
118. North Dakota School of Mines vase, nice shape with a carved Indian design, incised 151-N.D. Sioux on base, marked, 6”w x 6.5”h, crack and hairline to top rim 500-700
119. Unusual Fulper vase, crescent moon shape covered in a multi-toned green crystalline glaze, partial original paper label, stamped mark, 8”w x 8.5”h 200-300
120. Good Pauline vase, indented form with a nicely painted flower garlands, stamped mark, #90, 5.5"w x 4.25"h 300-400
121. Nice Rookwood vase, broad form with a raised design covered in an unusual purple, green and brown matt glaze, executed by William Hentschel in 1910, #158, 10”w x 6”h, a nice piece of Arts & Crafts Rookwood 800-1100
122. Good Pewabic vase, flaring form in blue covered with a very nice red and green metallic drip glaze, impressed mark, 3.5"w x 3.5"h 450-650
123. Clifton vase, geometric design on brown clay, marked and Arkansas, illegible artist initials, 5.5"w x 4.5"h; with a Clifton vase, (not shown), geometric design on brown clay, marked and Shumodovi Arizona, initials G.F.B., 5.5"w x 3.5"h 300-400
124. Unusual L & JG Stickley bookcase, massive three door custom form with key and tenon constructions at sides, unsigned, cleaned finish to case, doors replaced, 100”w x 12”d x 66”h, very good condition 4000-6000
125. L & JG Stickley bookcase, #642, open door form with four shelves supported by slab sides with key and tenon construction, original finish, unsigned, 40”w x 12”d x 56”h, very good condition 3500-4500
126. L & JG Stickley bookcase, #642, open door form with four shelves supported by slab sides with key and tenon construction, original finish, Conjoined signature, 40”w x 12”d x 56”h, very good condition 3500-4500
127. Navajo rug, c. 1900, Hubbell Revival Moki, Germantown yarn, stylized diamond pattern featuring black and purple stripes on a red field, 48”w x 71”l, one 2” tear, some fading, very good condition 3000-5000
128. Gustav Stickley dining chair, #358, nine vertical spindles at back over an original leather seat, original finish, signed with paper label, 18”w x 17”d x 39”h, very good condition 500-700
129. Navajo rug, c. 1940, diamond and stripe pattern in red, brown, and black on an oatmeal field, 56”w x 76”l, minor discoloration, excellent condition 300-500
130. Stickley Brothers mirror, original glass under a peaked top rail with splayed sides, missing hooks, refinished, thru-tenon construction, 37”w x 23”h, very good condition 300-400
131. Stickley Brothers hall mirror, original glass and iron hooks in a frame with thru-tenon construction and copper straps, refinished, 38”w x 4.5”d x 22”h, very good condition 500-700
132. Carl Schmidt poster study, watercolor on board, c. 1930, for the International Stock Show at the Union Stockyards, Chicago, some discoloration, 10”w x 14”h, very good condition 400-600
133. Stickley Brothers plant stand, #135, square top over a wide notched apron, flared legs with cross-stretcher supports, refinished, 14”w x 14”d x 34”h, very good condition 600-800
134. Arts & Crafts drawing, watercolor and ink on paper, colorful rendering of a stained glass window, mounted, framed, 13.5” x 7.5” 250-350
135. Exceptional Newcomb College vase, bulbous form with a deeply carved and painted landscape with numerous moss laden oak trees and a pale yellow moon, executed and signed by Anna Francis Simpson, marked with NC logo, 26 and QK7, 6”w x 5.25”h 3500-4500
136. Large and unusual Grueby vase, huge barrel form with carved and applied vertical leaves that are covered in a yellow suspended matt glaze, impressed mark, 7.5”w x 10.5”h 6000-8000
137. Nice Jarvie vase, finely executed hammered copper, good original patina, signed, 5”w x 3.5”h 500-700
138. Nice Marblehead tile, large sailing vessel in tan against a yellow background, held in an Arts & Crafts oak frame, 10”sq., beautifully fired with good contrasting colors 900-1200
139. Good Gustave Baumann woodblock, colorful print titled “Morning in Mexico”, signed, second edition numbered 12/125, matted, framed, 14”w x 13.5”h, an unusual image 6500-8500
140. Rookwood vase, bulbous form in a Vellum glaze with a finely detailed cherry blossom design, executed by E.T. Hurley in 1914, #112, 7.5”w x 7”h 800-1100
141. Unusual Newcomb College vase, carved and painted organic design in a blue and purple matt, executed by MBG, marked #TF75”h, 6”h 2500-3500
142. Good Van Briggle vase, ca. 1907-1912, swollen shape with a carved organic design under a very nice green matt, incised marks, 4.5”h, good glaze 800-1100
143. Harden table, square top with three vertical slats to each side, lightly recoated original finish, 16”w x 16”d x 27”h, signed with paper label, very good condition 400-500
144. Lakeside Craftshop plant stand, recessed top with horizontal rail, refinished, signed with decal, 15”w x 15”d x 28”h, very good condition 300-500
145. L & JG Stickley side chair, #330, eight vertical spindles to back over a recovered leather seat, refinished, unsigned, 16.5”w x 15”d x 36”h, very good condition 200-300
146. Barber Bros. magazine stand, four shelves with single wide slat at sides, worn original finish, 22”w x 13”d x 38”h, signed with paper label, very good condition 300-400
147. Gustav Stickley rocker, #2607, early ladder-back form with four horizontal slats to back, replaced seat, recoated original finish, signed with red box mark, 19”w x 23”d x 33”h, one rocker replaced, good condition 300-500
148. Gustav Stickley rocker, #2607, early ladder-back form with four horizontal slats to back, replaced seat, recoated original finish, signed with red box mark, 19”w x 23”d x 33”h, very good condition 400-600
149. Arts & Crafts box, brass embossed craquelure design with raised decoration at edge, original patina, 20”w x 12”d x 13”h, excellent condition 400-600
150. Arts & Crafts table, in the style of Rose Valley, circular top over a lower shelf and stretcher with reticulated floral design, key and tenon construction, refinished, 17”dia x 24”h, very good condition 300-400
151. Arts & Crafts cabinet, rectangular top with an arched apron over a single door with original hardware, refinished, 14”w x 12”d x 27”h, very good condition 300-400
152. Stickley Brothers tabouret, attribution, square top, refinished, separation to top, unsigned, 13”w x 13”d x 16”h, good condition 100-200
153. Gustav Stickley sewing rocker, #307, H-back form with recovered drop-in seat, refinished, branded signature, 17”w x 24”d x 34”h, very good condition 300-400
154. Good E.T. Hurley covered box, bronze with a sculpted sea horse design, good original patina, signed, 4.75"w 700-900
155. E.T. Hurley (American, 1869-1950), “Harbor Scene”, c. 1921; colorful pastel on paper, 10” x 12.5”, signed, in an Arts & Crafts oak frame 1200-1700
156. Rare E.T. Hurley bowl, bronze with a sculpted web and spider, excellent original patina, signed, 5.5”dia. 800-1100
157. Nice E.T. Hurley letter opener, nude figure in bronze, good original patina, signed, 6.75”l, unusual 400-600
158. Good Grueby tile, tulip design with exceptional definition and glaze, 6”w x 6”’h, excellent condition 2000-3000
159. Newcomb College vase, carved and painted floral design executed by Anna Francis Simpson, marked, #ME9, 4”w x 3.75”h, minor chips to foot 800-1100
160. Good Grueby tile, tulip design with exceptional definition and glaze, 6”w x 6”’h, excellent condition 2000-3000
161. E.T. Hurley (American, 1869-1950), “Scene with Cypress Trees”, c. 1921; colorful pastel on paper, 14” x 11”, unsigned, in an Arts & Crafts oak frame 1200-1700
162. Weller Jewell vase, bulbous form with four applied buttresses covered in a red and green matt glaze, impressed mark, 6”w x 9.5”h 700-900
163. E.T. Hurley (American, 1869-1950), “Forest Clearing”; colorful pastel on paper, 19” x 15”, signed, in an Arts & Crafts oak frame 1200-1700
164. Tudric vase, three handled form in hammered pewter, original patina, impressed mark, 6”w x 11.5”h 800-1100
165. Unusual Heintz desk set, lamp, two inkwells, letter holder, calendar frame, pen tray and tray, bronze with applied silver designs, original patina, impressed mark, 8.5”w x 9.5”h 600-800
166. Tudric vase, three handled form in hammered pewter, original patina, impressed mark, 6”w x 11.5”h 100-150
167. Clewell bowl, copper-clad pottery, footed form, original patina, marked Clewell, 421, 5”w x 2.5”h 350-450
168. Unusual Teco vase, lobed form, good green matt glaze, impressed marks, 4”w x 9”h 1000-1500
169. Hampshire vase, dark and light blue matt glaze, marked, 6”w x 3”h, lines to base 200-300
170. Teco Egyptian vase, designed by Mundie, unusual shape with bulbous top and flaring base covered in a good green matt glaze, impressed mark, repair to rim, 4.75”w x 9.25”h 700-900
171. Unusual Dirk van Erp covered vessel, cylindrical handled form in hammered copper, original patina, impressed signature, 3.5”dia x 4.5”h, very good condition 700-900
172. Rozane Egypto handled vessel, raised geometric designs covered in a suspended green matt glaze, wafer mark, 5”w x 11”h, repaired chips to rim 250-350
173. Gustav Stickley Morris chair, #369, slant arm spindle form with sixteen vertical spindles under each arm, nicely replaced cushions, refinished, unsigned, repair to rear of one arm, 33”w x 38”d x 39”h, very good condition 6500-7500
174. Exceptional Handel lamp, shade overlaid with bronzed metal in an elaborate palm tree design over multi-colored slag glass panels, supported by bronzed metal base with an excellent original patina, shade signed and numbered, 18”w x 24”h, very good condition 4500-6500
175. Rare Gustav Stickley library table, #460, ca.1902, massive form with three drawers and original oval copper hardware, thru-tenon construction with corbel supports at legs, original finish, 66.5”w x 36”d x 29.5”h, signed, excellent condition 9000-12,000
176. Lilian Miller woodblock, Untitled, colorful print with a moonlit scene, signed, unframed, label verso, 5.25" x 3.5". Provenance: William C. Buckner, son of Miller's good friend. 200-300
177. Edward Penfield print, plate 20-Harper's March Magazine, embossed, unframed, 7.25"w x 10.25"h 200-300
178. Handel hanging lantern, attribution, copper over caramel and white slag glass panels, original patina, 16"w x 22.5"h, see "Handel Lamps", by Robert DeFalco, p.216 for example of Handel's Arts & Crafts style lighting 1500-2500
179. Henri Riviére (French, 1864-1951), color lithograph, “Farmers on a Hillside”, signed, unframed, 21” x 31” 300-400
180. Henri Riviére (French, 1864-1951), color lithograph, “Family of Deer”, signed, linen backed, unframed, 21.5” x 32.5” 350-450
181. Stickley Brothers side chairs, set of five, three vertical slats to back with cut-out design over replaced leather seat, Macmurdo foot, refinished, 18”w x 17”d x 37.5”h, very good condition 1200-1500
182. Nice Grueby bowl, carved and applied vertical leaves under a good green matt glaze, signed Wilhelmina Post, impressed mark, 9”w 1200-1500
183. Monumental Van Briggle vase, ca. 1907-1912, huge double handled form with a carved geometric design at top covered in a green matt glaze, incised marks, 16.5”w x 7”h 2500-3500
184. Rookwood vase, flaring form with an Arts & Crafts design under a red and green matt glaze, 1913, #1358F, 3”w x 6”h 250-350
185. Owens tile, carved and colorfully painted design of grapes, marked OWENS, held in an Arts & Crafts oak frame, 5.25”sq. 250-350
186. Teco vase, designed by Gates, cylindrical form with flaring foot and four raised vertical designs under a good green matt glaze with charcoal highlights, impressed marks, 3”w x 7.5”h, two repaired chips to rim 500-700
187. Exceptional Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, gently tapered form, has a really nice original patina, marked Clewell, 443-211, 4.5”w x 9”h 1200-1700
188. Fine and important North Dakota School of Mines vase, tapered form with an incised landscape under a multi-toned green matt glaze, marked, signed Sorlie-Huck-4271, 9”h 5000-7000
189. Good Teco vase, designed by Hugh Garden, large reverse tapered shape with a paneled design covered with a good green matt glaze with charcoal highlights, impressed marks, 6.5”w x 12”h, minor chip to rim 3000-4000
190. Unusual Shearwater vase, bulbous shape with incised cats under a green matt glaze, impressed mark, 4.5”h 500-1000
191. Unusual Arts & Crafts bookends, detailed inlaid design of daisies, unmarked, 5”w x 6”h 250-350
192. Unusual Arequipa vase, carved organic design, covered with a interesting and thickly textured brown to purple matt glaze, marked, 3.5”h 900-1200
193. Kalo candlestick, hand wrought sterling silver, original finish, impressed mark, #9557, 4”w x 7.5”h 400-600
194. Arts & Crafts painted canvas, titled “The Brook,” featuring a forest scene and the phrase “And out again I curve and flow to join the brimming river,” 48” x 69”, very good condition 900-1200
195. Chicago Crucible vase, twisting shape covered with a mottled brown and green glaze, impressed mark, 4.5”w x 8”h 300-500
196. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, original patina, marked, #357-2-6, 5”w x 10.5”h 500-700
197. Shreve & Co. tea cups, set of six cups and saucers, hammered sterling saucers and cups with monogram B, porcelain Lenox inserts with gold rims, impressed marks, stamped marks, 3.75”dia. x 3”h, hairline to one insert 900-1200
198. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, fluted and footed shape, original patina, marked Clewell, 413, 4.5”w x 8”h 700-900
199. Good Teco vase, #287, designed by William Mundie, large double gourd form with four buttress handles, matt green glaze with charcoal highlights, minor repair to buttress, signed, 10.5”dia x 12.5”h 12,000-15,000
200. Rare Gustav Stickley beds, pair, early 3/4 form with three vertical slats under an arched rail and toe-board with corbel supports at sides, fine original green finish, signed with red decal and paper label, 46”w x 81”l x 56”h, a exceptional early pair of beds, excellent condition 8000-12,000
Sale Date:
Dec. 3, 2006