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Sale Date:
March 5, 2006
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Lot Numbers, Descriptions and Estimates
501. Steuben bowl, flaring form in opalescent glass, nice overall surface iridescence, unsigned, 12"w 250-350
502. Gallé vase, cameo cut orchid design in red against a frosted ground, cameo signature, 7.5”h 700-900
503. Durand vase, attribution, shouldered form in blue aurene glass, unsigned, 10.5”h 700-900
504. Good Steuben vase, attribution, wide and large shape in gold aurene glass, unsigned, 10.5”h 1200-1700
505. Durand vase, attribution, flaring form in blue aurene glass, unsigned, 8”h 700-900
506. Gallé vase, well executed cameo design of maple leaves in shades of green against a pink ground, oriental cameo signature, 9.5”h 800-1100
507. L.C. Tiffany shade, ribbed form, signed L.C.T., 5”h; with a L.C. Tiffany vase, footed form, signed L.C.T. Favrile, 2”w; with a L.C. Tiffany vase, flower form, all in gold favrile glass with overall surface iridescence, signed L.C. Tiffany Favrile, #4726E, 4.25”h, all with chips or cracks 300-500
508. Nash vase, attribution, flaring form in green and blue glass with enameled designs in platinum, unsigned, 8”h 400-600
509. Moorcroft handled vessel, impressed mark, 7.5”h; with a Moorcroft vase, both covered with a purple luster glaze, impressed mark, 4”h; with a Moorcroft vase, (not shown), shouldered form with a metal rim and a Pomegranate pattern, 5.25”h 200-300
510. Moorcroft vase, bulbous form covered in a yellow luster glaze, impressed mark, 7.5”h; with a Moorcroft vase, (not shown), bulbous form covered in an orange luster glaze, 7.5”h 250-350
511. Moorcroft box, oval form with a Magnolia pattern, 5”l, minor chips to rim; with a Moorcroft vase, bulbous form with a Grape and Leaf pattern, signed, 6”h, tight line inside rim, all with impressed mark 250-350
512. Moorcroft vase, leaf and berry pattern on an ivory ground, signed, impressed mark, partial paper label, 9”h; with a Moorcroft flower frog, round form with a floral pattern, dated 1987, stamped mark, 3”w 300-500
513. Moorcroft boxes, three, Orchid, Hibiscus and Columbine patterns, all signed, two with paper labels, largest is 4.5”l; with a Moorcroft bowl, (not shown), low form with a Wisteria design, signed, 6.25”w; with a Moorcroft tray, (not shown), octagonal form with an Orchid design, 4.5”w; with Moorcroft lids, (not shown), two, Orchid and Grape and Leaf patterns, largest is 4.5”dia., all with impressed mark 350-550
514. Moorcroft vase, covered with a mottled red glaze, impressed mark, 9”h; with a Moorcroft vase, covered with a mottled blue glaze, impressed mark, 6.25”h, repair to rim and neck; with a Moorcroft bowl, (not shown), large form with a Pomegranate pattern, 9”w, both signed, both with impressed mark 200-300
515. Moorcroft bowl, Pomegranate design on a mottled brown and green ground, signed, impressed mark, 5”w, minor hairline 800-1100
516. Moorcroft lamp base, orchid design mounted in bronzed metal fixtures, 15.5”h 500-1000
517. Moorcroft bowl, footed form with a Blackberry and Leaf pattern, signed, impressed mark, 7.5”w 500-700
518. Moorcroft covered vessel, cylindrical form with a Bourgainvillaea pattern, 3.5”h; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, round form with a Fresia pattern, 5.5”w, minor hairline to rim; with a Moorcroft vase, bulbous form with a Fresia pattern, 4”h, all with impressed mark 300-400
519. Moorcroft tea set, teapot, coffee pot, two creamers, Spring Flowers pattern, all signed, all with impressed mark, one creamer with paper label, largest piece 8.25”h, repaired chips to rim of one creamer 300-500
520. Emeralite desk lamp, metal base with gilt patina supporting a green glass shade, metal label, 18”h 350-550
521. Cute H. Baller sculpture, Austrian, bronzed seal figural, marked with paper label, 3.5”w x 8.5”h 100-200
522. Loetz lamp, attribution, wrought iron base supporting an orange glass shade with pulled design in black, unsigned, original patina to metal, 11”w x 19.5”h 1200-1700
523. Gennarelli sculpture, carved bust of a child in wood, signed, original finish, 8”h 300-500
524. International Silver Co. tea service, four pieces, tray, teapot, creamer and sugar, all in sterling silver, all marked, tray: 15.5”l, teapot: 7.5”h, nicely designed 500-700
525. Rocchi plaques, two circular forms in bronze with profiles of a woman and man, original patina, one signed, both marked Exposition Coloniale Paris 1931, 5.75”dia. 200-300
526. Salvador coffee service, made in Taxco, Mexico, 1950s, hand-wrought brass with inset pieces, tray: 15”dia., coffee pot: 9”h, all with impressed marks, excellent condition 600-800
527. Durand lamp, gourd form in glass with pulled iridescent design, original metal fixtures, 28.5”h overall 400-600
528. Art Nouveau lamp base, female figure in bronzed metal with a gold gilt patina, unsigned, 15.5”h 250-350
529. L.C. Tiffany candlestick lamp, favrille glass base and shade with good overall iridescence, insert with green pulled feather design, base signed L.C.T. Favrille, shade signed L.C.T, 14.5”h 1500-2500
530. Moorcroft vase, footed form with a Grape and Leaf pattern, 5.75”h, cracked; with a Moorcroft vase, shouldered form with a Grape and Leaf pattern, 6”h, both signed, both with impressed mark 250-350
531. Moorcroft candlesticks, pair, 6.5”h, chips to foot of one; with a Moorcroft vase, shouldered and tapered form, 10”h, repair to rim, all with a Flamminian pattern on a red ground, all signed, all marked made for Liberty & Co. 500-700
532. Moorcroft vases, two, flaring form with an Orchid pattern, signed, impressed mark, 6”h 200-300
533. Moorcroft vase, bulbous form with a Fresia pattern, signed, impressed mark, 5”h; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, cylindrical form with a Fresia pattern, impressed mark, 3.5”h, glued chip to rim, unchipped chip to rim of lid 200-300
534. Moorcroft bowl, Anemone pattern, 2.25”h; with a Moorcroft bowl, Spring Flowers pattern, 2.5”h; with a Moorcroft bowl, Grape and Leaf pattern, 4.5”w; with a Moorcroft bowl, Fresia pattern, 2”h; with a Moorcroft bowl, Anemone pattern, 5”w, all marked 300-400
535. Moorcroft vase, footed form with an Arum Lily pattern on a yellow ground, 4.5”h; with a Moorcroft vase, footed form with an Arum Lily pattern on a blue ground, signed, 4”h, both with impressed mark 200-300
536. Moorcroft covered vessel, Poppy pattern, repair to rim; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, cylindrical form with a Spring Flowers pattern; with Moorcroft covered vessel Orchid pattern, paper label; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, cylindrical form with a Spring Flowers pattern, all cylindrical form, all signed and marked, all 3.5”h 200-300
537. Moorcroft vase, shouldered form with an Orchid pattern, signed, paper label, 6”h; with a Moorcroft vase, swollen form with a Clematis pattern, signed, 8”h; with a Moorcroft vase, squat form with a Columbine pattern, foil label, 3”h, all with impressed mark 400-500
538. Moorcroft vase, shouldered form with a Pansy pattern, 5.25”h; with a Moorcroft vase, bulbous shouldered form with an Anemone pattern, signed, 5.75”h, hairlines to rim; with a Moorcroft vase, bulbous form with a Pansy pattern, 6”h, repair to foot, both signed, both with impressed mark 250-350
539. Moorcroft bowl, signed, 4.5”w; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, 5”w; with a Moorcroft vase, signed, 2.75”h, all with a Spring Flowers pattern, all marked 250-350
540. Moorcroft vase, bulbous form, 4.25”h; with a Moorcroft vase, squat form, 3.25”h; with a Moorcroft covered vessel, footed form, 4.5”w, all with an Anemone pattern on a blue ground, all with impressed mark 250-350
541. L.C. Tiffany bowl, small form with crimped rim in gold favrile glass with overall surface iridescence, signed L.C.T. Favrile, 2.5”w 150-250
542. Quezal plate, gold glass with brilliant iridescence, signed, 7”w 150-250
543. L.C. Tiffany vase, miniature form in gold favrile gass with indented sides and overall iridescence, signed L.C.T., 1.75”h 250-350
544. Loetz vase, attribution, squat form in mottled green and blue glass, unmarked, 4"h, minor chips to rim 100-200
545. Delicate Steuben vase, blue aurene glass with good iridescence, unsigned, 5.5”h 500-700
546. WITHDRAWN
547. L.C. Tiffany glasses, set of six, favrile glass with amber iridescence, three signed L.C.T. Favrile #1167, three unsigned, 5.5”h, very elegant 2250-2750
548. L.C. Tiffany tile, attribution, blue favrile glass with a brilliant iridescence, unsigned, 3.75”sq. 100-200
549. Tiffany Studios candlestick, organic form in bronze with a original gold doré patina, signed Tiffany Studios New York #1203, removable bobeche, 8”h 900-1200
550. L.C. Tiffany tile, attribution, blue favrile glass with a brilliant iridescence, unsigned, 3.75”sq. 100-200
551. S. Lundberg Glass Art vase, flaring and footed form in gold glass with a red, purple and blue pulled feather design, signed, dated 2000, 11"h 200-300
552. Lundberg Studios vase, bulbous form in opalescent glass with a pulled and weaved design in yellow and blue, signed, dated 1981, 9"h 200-300
553. Verlys vase, flaring footed form in clear and frosted glass with etched designs, signed, 8"h 200-300
554. Miller vase, attribution, slender form with a ruffled rim in iridescent glass with a peacock feather design in red, white and yellow, signed, 9"h 200-300
555. Sabino sculptures, attribution, squirrel, fox and cat, all in opalescent glass, all signed, largest is 3”h 200-300
556. Lalique perfume bottle, apple shape in frosted glass, signed, 2.25"h; with a Marcel Frank perfume bottle, baccarat crystal, marked, paper labels, 4.25”h; with an Art Glass perfume bottle, clear and frosted glass, designs to sides, unsigned, 4"h, minor chip to stopper; with a Marcel Frank perfume bottle, baccarat crystal, marked, 3"h 200-300
557. Loetz vase, large form with a metal foot, red glass with Papillon decoration, unsigned, 9"w x 8"h 300-400
558. Nice Belova lamps, matched, pair, Czechoslovakian, glass with cone shaped shades and an enameled lacy floral design, marked, #1632, 9.5”h 700-900
559. WITHDRAWN
560. WITHDRAWN
561. Excellent Loetz vase, cobalt glass with a Phänomen Gre decoration, signed Loetz Austria, 6.5”h, very nice 900-1200
562. Loetz vase, cylindrical form with a raised design in gold iridescent glass, fake L.C. Tiffany mark, 14”h 700-900
563. Excellent Tiffany Studios box, bronze with an American Indian pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York, #1192, original patina, 6”l, rare box 500-1000
564. Tiffany Studios leaded glass panel, attribution, multi-colored glass segments with detail at center, 6.5"sq., minor flakes 500-700
565. Unusual Tiffany Studios inkwell, bronze, original gold doré patina, signed Tiffany Studios New York #1777, 4" x 2.5" 450-650
566. Tiffany Studios inkwell, bronze with its original gold doré patina, Zodiac pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York 1072, 6.5”w x 4.5”h 400-500
567. Good Tiffany Studios inkwell, bronze with an American Indian pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York, #1183, original patina, 3.5”h 550-750
568. Tiffany Studios tray, bronze, original dark patina, Zodiac pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York #1000, 10”l 100-200
569. Tiffany Studios blotter ends, pair, bronze with a pine needle pattern, original patina, signed Tiffany Studios New York #998, 12”l 100-200
570. Tiffany Studios tray, bronze, original dark patina, Zodiac pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York #1000, 10”l 100-200
571. L.C. Tiffany glass, gold favrile glass with hooked designs and overall iridescence, signed L.C.T, 3.5”h 350-550
572. L.C. Tiffany glasses, set of four, gold favrile glass with subtle iridescence, all but one signed L.C.T. Favrile, 5.25”h, quite nice 1200-1700
573. L.C. Tiffany vase, attribution, gold favrile glass with an applied bronzed metal foot, undetectable signature, 4”h 250-350
574. Tiffany Studios clip, bronze with its original gold doré patina, Zodiac pattern, signed Tiffany Studios New York 1080, 2.7.5"w x 3.75"h 150-250
575. Tiffany Studios ink blotter, bronze grapevine pattern over green slag glass, signed Tiffany Studios New York #995, original patina, 6”w, a couple of cracks to glass 200-300
576. Tiffany Studios tray, bronze with Zodiac pattern, original patina, signed Tiffany Studios New York #970, 3.75"w 150-250
577. Exceptional Montiéres vase, double handled form with a metallic glaze and a leaf and berry design, overall iridescence, signed, 14”h 1000-1500
578. Rare Dalpayrat vase, bulbous form covered with a beautiful green, red, purple, blue and black glaze, impressed mark, signed, #2037, 8”h 3500-4500
579. Dalpayrat vase, massive form covered with a mottled brown and black matt glaze, impressed marks, #155, 19.5”h 3000-4000
580. Denbac vase, four handles at bottom and organic designs throughout under a green and brown crystalline glaze, signed, 8”h 350-450
581. European Art Pottery vase, applied stylized lizard in green against a deep blue glaze, marked, 8.5”h; with a Burgel vase, (not shown), painted stylized designs in red, ivory and black against a tan ground, signed, 4”h 200-300
582. Denbac vase, four handles at top and organic designs throughout under a green, blue and brown crystalline glaze, signed, 9.25”h 300-500
583. French club chairs, pair, classic design with hump back and rolled arms in original leather, 32”w x 31”d x 30”h, very good condition 2500-3500
584. Fine and exceptional Camille Fauré for Limoges vase, swollen tapering form with a striking enameled geometric design in green, black and white, signed in gold, 11”h 6500-8500
585. Austrian covered vessel, colorful enameled geometric design on a metal body, unmarked, 5”h, minor crazing to enamel, finial missing 300-400
586. Fine Gallé vase, footed form with a detailed cameo design of orchids in multiple shades of brown on a yellow and frosted ground, cameo signature, 15”h 3000-4000
587. Good Camille Fauré for Limoges vase, gourd form with a colorful enameled geometric design, signed in gold, 5”h, unusual example of Fauré 1500-2000
588. Camile Fauré for Limoges vase, small form with a three-dimensional enameled design, enameled signature, 3.5”h, striking Deco design, nicely made 900-1200
589. Cloissoné vases, multi-sided forms with a colorful enameled Asian decoration, unmarked, 9.5”, nice pair 700-900
590. Camile Fauré for Limoges vase, attribution, small form covered with a red, green, yellow and white glaze, applied metal foot, unsigned, 3”h 200-300

Session Two - Fine American & European Paintings/Watercolors/Drawings - Approx. 4:00 (cst)

591. Theodore Clement Steele (American 1847-1926), “The Footbridge”, c. 1888; oil/board, 13” x 19”, signed. Steele worked as a portrait painter in Indianapolis as early as 1873. He went to Munich in 1880 to study at the Royal Academy. When he returned to the United States, in 1885, he settled in Brookville, a small town in East Central Indiana. Steele exhibited at the World’s Colombian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, where he gained national exposure for his work. After his first wife died in 1899, he became involved with Selma Neubacher, a teacher. The two eventually moved to Brown County in 1907. Steele exhibited at the St.. Louis Expo (1904), Buenos Aires (1910), Pan-Pacific Expo (1915), Richmond Art Association, Paris Expo, Society of Western Artists, and the Hoosier Salon. 25,000-35,000
592. John Olson Hammerstad (American, 1842-1925), “Ship in a Harbor”, c. 1910; oil/canvas, 10” x 14”, signed. 600-800
593. John Olson Hammerstad (American, 1842-1925), “Sunset on the Coast”, c. 1890; oil/canvas, 12" x 18", signed. Hammerstad came to Chicago from Norway in 1869. He painted landscapes and marine subjects. 600-800
594. Oldrich Otto Farsky (American, early 20th century), “Summer River”, c. 1910; oil/board, 12” x 18”, signed. Farsky worked in Illinois and in California. 600-800
595. William M. Birchall (British/American, b. 1884), “Hull Down”, c.1920; watercolor/gouache, 10.5” x 14.75”, signed. 300-500
596. F. Rayner (German, 20th century), “In the Tyroleon Alps”, c. 1930; oil/canvas, 28" x 38", signed; titled on stretcher. 800-1200
597. Karl Ouren (Norwegian/American, died 1943), “Mountain Inlet with Figures and Boats”, c. 1927; oil/canvas, 33.5" x 46", signed and dated. Ouren worked in Chicago and exhibited at the Chicago Gallery Association and the Palette and Chisel Club. 1500-2500
598. Maud Hollyer (British, 19th-20th century), “Garden”, c. 1920; watercolor, 28” x 20”, signed. 700-900
599. Hans Chrystoph (German, 1891-1962), “Mountain Landscape”, 1918; oil/canvas, 29” x 39”, signed. 800-1200
600. American School, style of Maxfield Parrish, “Girl in a Landscape”, c.1930; oil/canvas, 30” x 24”, unsigned, nice quality work. 1000-2000
Sale Date:
March 5, 2006