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Sale Date: June 6th, 2009


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TERMS OF SALE: Cash or check with positive I.D. Auctioneer determines the highest bidder and resolves any disputes. All purchases are subject to state tax unless buyer has proof of exemption or merchandise will be shipped out of state, other than Ohio, no exceptions, as well as a 20% if bidding via the Internet, We accept Cash, Money order, personal checks,(allow 10 days to clear), Amex, Visa, Mastercard and Paypal, There is a 2.5% fee for using any credit card or Paypal. Sales tax applies to items shipped to residents of Illinois and Ohio unless you have a valid certificate of exemption.

Jurisdiction: Buyer agrees that the state and federal courts in Hamilton County, Ohio shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters arising out of the Buyer's purchase of items from Treadway Gallery, and that service of process in any such proceeding shall be effective if mailed to Buyer at the Buyer™s address supplied to Treadway Gallery.

Late Payments/Default Rates and Fees: If any payment is not paid when due or within 10 days thereafter, or if Buyer defaults in its dealings with Treadway Gallery or breaches Buyer's obligations, Buyer agrees to pay to Treadway Gallery all damages and attorneys fees and expenses, together with interest at the highest rate allowed by law or 21 percent per annum.High quality the best and most fashionable rolex replica watchesfake watches online of the replica watches store. Treadway Gallery may impose, and purchaser agrees to pay a monthly storage charge of 1.5 percent of the purchase price as well as a monthly interest charge of 1.5 percent for any lot or item not paid for or removed by purchaser within 10 days of the sale. Treadway Gallery shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises after the date of sale. In addition, Treadway Gallery may charge such damages, costs and expenses to any credit card that Buyer has identified to Treadway Gallery and Buyer hereby authorizes Treadway Gallery to do so.

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OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee the authenticity of every item that we sell for 30 days after the auction, except those lots listed as: "in the style of", "attributed to", "the school of", "in the manner of", or "after". We are not responsible for errors or omissions in the catalog, or in written or oral condition reports. All measurements are approximate. We make every effort to accurately describe our merchandise, but in the event that errors occur, we cannot be held responsible. It is the bidder's sole responsibility to be well-informed before bidding. We sell clocks, lamps, and all electrical items only for their decorative value. They are not represented to be in working order, but they may be. Bidding in our auctions indicates that you accept these terms and any announced the day of the sale.

Ceramics offered in this sale are free of repairs, chips or cracks post production unless noted in the description of each lot. Our term "mint" refers to the object being in the same condition that it was in when originally produced.High quality the best and most fashionable replica watchescheap fake watches online of the replica watches store. Sizes are approximate. Crazing, surface scratches, firing lines, bubbles, glaze crawls, stilt marks, firing flaws and base flakes will be noted if we feel that they are objectionable. Many of these flaws may have occurred when made. Most ceramics can be crazed, we generally will not mention it. Many producers have ground the bottom of their vases causing minute chips or flakes. Unless we feel that they are objectionable, they will not be mentioned. Grueby and other makers of carved pots or those with high relief will often have flakes on edges of the leaves or points in high relief, we will only mention anything we feel objectionable and will still consider these pieces to be mint. Clewell is copper-clad and patinated; this patina occasionally has small flakes, we mention any we feel is significant. Some framed tiles or plaques may have chips which are hidden by their frames. We will not be responsible for their disclosure <a href="http://www.cmbrewer.com">giuseppe zanotti outlet</a> unless we feel it is significant. Some pieces will be dirty or stained, this will usually not be mentioned. In any case, if you are particular about minor flaws, you should examine pieces in person or have our staff answer any questions. Please ask questions before you buy.

Furniture has its original hardware and wood unless otherwise noted. Finishes and marks are carefully described. Some original finishes have minor restoration such as added color or a re-coating. We will describe to the best of our ability, but it is the buyers responsibility to obtain an in depth description. The wood is oak, unless otherwise stated, and the dimensions are approximate.High quality the best and most fashionable replica watchesswiss replica watches online of the replica watches store. The furniture is old and over the years has acquired a few dents, drink rings, separations, burns, chips and assorted flaws. We will only mention those that we feel are objectionable. When we describe a piece of furniture as being in "excellent condition", it generally implies that the finish is original and the structure is in fine shape. A piece that has been totally or partially refinished and is in good structural shape will generally be described as being in "very good condition". A piece that needs to be refinished or that has a less than stable structural state (i.e. needs gluing, re-doweling, etc.) may be generally described as being in "good condition". The majority of this furniture is ready to be put in the home.

Carpets, Rugs and textiles will be described on their overall condition. A piece that is without holes or major wear, but needing minor side or end repair will be described as in excellent condition. Pieces containing reweaves, re-piling or other professional repairs will be described as in very good condition. Pieces with wear or flaws and possibly needing repair will be described as in good condition. Certain pieces are rare in any condition and may be described as good condition regardless of appearance.

Lamps will be described based on patina and condition of glass. Leaded lamps may have cracked segments, most will. Some parts may have been replaced through the years, and we will mention it if we feel objectionable. Shades with mica may contain minor flaking or burn spots that will be mentioned if we feel objectionable.

Metalwork will be described based on patina and the condition of the object. Dents, scratches, wear and assorted flaws will be mentioned if we feel that they are objectionable. A piece with original patina, free of major dents or scratches usually will be described as in "excellent condition".

Art Glass will sometimes contain air bubbles, surface scratches, lines in the making and chips to the pontil. We will mention anything that we feel to be objectionable. Some glass may be ground at the factory causing minor chips or flakes. We will mention anything we feel to be excessive. Discoloration on the interior is usually present when originally produced and will not be noted unless we feel it is excessive.

Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Bronzes.High quality the best and most fashionable fake watchescheap replica watches online of the replica watches store. We guarantee objects to be an authentic work by the artist listed. Any and all information listed in the catalog that is not printed in bold type is given to the best of our knowledge, is merely our opinion, and is not guaranteed to be correct or authentic. We make every effort to insure that all artwork is authentic and is represented accurately. If the authenticity of a purchased object is contested, it must be made known to us within 30 days of the sale. 1) A written letter from a noted authority presented to us, declaring the object to be executed by someone other than the artist listed. 2) This authority has no vested interest in the artist's work or the estate of the artist. 3) The object is returned to us in the same condition in which it was purchased. The purchase price will be refunded only; there will be no compensation for damages, loss of profit, professional fees, transportation or any other costs.

If you have any questions regarding the condition, we would be happy to provide an opinion of the condition, but all works are sold as viewed. If a work is in obvious need of repair, or has obvious imperfections, we will attempt to note it in the description. If a painting is excessively dirty, we will attempt to note it in the description; however, we do not feel that the normal darkening of varnish over years is problematic, and it will not be noted in the description. If you would like for us to give our opinion regarding whether or not a work needs to be cleaned, please contact us. We believe it is important for you to know the condition of a work before you bid on it. We strongly recommend that you personally inspect potential purchases before the sale, or have your representative inspect it on your behalf. If this is not possible, we urge you to call us for a detailed verbal or written condition report. This report is not a professional conservator's evaluation, but is given to the best of our opinion.

CONDITION REPORTS: It is the buyer's sole responsibility to be knowledgeable about the condition of the property before bidding. We encourage you to visit and inspect all lots ahead of time. If you cannot personally examine items, we encourage you to call, e-mail or fax us your condition report requests prior to the sale. Our staff will give you our opinion of condition, answer any questions, and send photos if necessary. This information is solely our opinion and is not to be relied on as representations or statements of fact. It is the buyer's responsibility to be aware of all conditions, addenda, and corrections before the sale. Condition Reports for the auction are obtainable by contacting Treadway Gallery at 513-321-6724, we would be happy to assist you with detailed reports and photographs. Also, all secondary condition reports are listed on our website at the top of each online catalog page. There is a button that says "Condition Reports" that when clicked on, serves as a link to a lot numbered list of reports. Finally, we do our best to place a condition report with every lot listed on Ebay and Live Auctioneers.

PREVIEW: We will have a preview of the items offered in this sale beginning Friday, June 5th, 10:00 a.m. and Saturday, June 6th, 8:00 a.m. (for Sunday's lots), at the The Northern Kentucky Convention Center, One West Rivercenter Blvd., Covington, KY. We're glad to offer an advance preview of select items, at Treadway Gallery, 2029 Madison Rd., in Cincinnati, until June 3rd.

ESTIMATES: Our price estimates are purely that, an estimate, reflecting the range in which the price may fall. This should give buyers an idea of what they should bid in order to have a good chance of being successful. In some cases the price range may be wider than others, due to the uniqueness of the individual piece. A few items have reserves. We implement them to offer items that may not have been available without them. You will find that few of the pieces offered have reserves. In most instances, the reserves will be less than the low estimate.

ABSENTEE BIDS/PHONE BIDS: If you can't attend our sale, it is quite easy to get involved. You can bid over the phone during the sale or leave bids which will be executed by one of our representatives in the audience. When leaving a bid the only disadvantage you have is that you can't advance your bid as you might if you were there in person.High quality the best and most fashionable fake watchescheap fake watches online of the replica watches store. Your bids are executed as though you are there in person. We get you into the bidding at the first opportunity to insure your chance of being successful at the lowest price. Because of this, the lot may sell for your highest left bid, but not to you because you were "in" at the previous bid. We respectfully ask that you refrain from calling during the auction to set up phone or leave absentee bids, as we use these lines to make calls to pre-arranged phone bidders. Advance arrangements are crucial to insure your bids will be handled without problems. Note: Please try to send in absentee bids and/or arrangements for phone bidding to us as early as possible. We have a limited number of phone lines available, and they do fill up very quickly, so make arrangements early to insure yourself a line. We cannot guarantee you will get a line if you make arrangements later than 5:00 p.m. (EST) on the Friday prior to the sale. Also, please remember we prefer to avoid phone bidding on items estimated under $500. Be sure absentee bids are given in the correct increments (see chart below). Keep in mind, when tie absentee bids come in, we will honor the first one received. However, absentee bids have an equal chance of being successful as do telephone or in-person bids and in no way take precedence. Again, please mail, fax or phone in absentee bids prior to 5:00 p.m. (EST) on the Friday prior to the sale, as we cannot guarantee execution after this time. If you mail your bids in, to avoid confusion, please do not also fax them (and vice versa). If you wish to confirm that your bids were received, please phone us. If you phone in to make additions to left bids, be sure you mention that you've already left bids. Call 513-321-6742 with any questions concerning absentee bids or phone bidding. NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT CALL FOR RESULTS OF SALE THE MONDAY AFTER THE AUCTION. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST YOU AFTER ALL INFORMATION HAS BEEN CHECKED FOR ACCURACY. AUCTION INCREMENTS: We use the following increment multiples at our auctions. When leaving absentee bids, please make sure your bids fall within the proper increments. This is crucial to the success of your bids. If your bid is out of increment, we will drop it down to the closest increment. 0-500 $25. increment 3,000-5,000 $250. increment 500-1000 $50. increment 5,000-10,000 $500. increment 1,000-3,000 $100. increment 10,000+ $1000 increment or auctioneer's discretion DELIVERY: We use the safest and most economical methods that we are aware of to deliver purchases. You can obtain estimates for shipping prior to the auction by providing us with a full shipping address and lot(s) you are interested in purchasing. Domestic shipping quote requests must be received three business days prior to the sale; international quote requests must be received five business days prior to the sale. A single piece of furniture shipped within the US will range from $200-600 before insurance; a piece of pottery or glass of average size costs $35-60 before insurance; an average sized framed painting will range from $55-95 before insurance. All furniture delivery quotes are for delivery to a first floor or elevator building. Oversized items can cost significantly more to ship. All items are shipped fully insured, unless the buyer sends a signed waiver. If you have questions about the shipping or delivery cost of any item please inquire. The buyer is free to make his or her own shipping arrangements. High quality the best and most fashionable fake watchescheap replica watches online of the replica watches store. Treadway Gallery is not responsible for items that are damaged in any way by shippers. If a problem arises, all claims must be settled between the buyer and the shipper.

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Click For More Info 69. Nice E.T. Hurley etching, the entrance to Rookwood Pottery, 1915, 9" x 12", signed and dated, unframed, beautifully executed work showing the entrance to this Cincinnati landmark $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 70. E.T. Hurley etching, Flower Market in Winter," 1921/1929, 9" x 10.75", beautiful image, great color $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 71. Matt Daly painting, Afternoon," oil on canvas, signed, framed, 23.5" x 17.5", nicely painted landscape by one of Rookwood's best artists $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 72. E.T. Hurley etching, entrance to Rookwood Pottery with cat on stoop, 1912/1916, printed in brown ink, 11.75" x 8", shows Rookwood logo facade, desirable subject matter for Rookwood collectors $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Rare Rookwood Faience architectural tile, large oval form with a female and flowers, matted, framed, 23.5"w x 14"h, a great example of their architectural work $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 74. Rare Rookwood frame, oval architectural element made up of six tiles, colorful fruit, berries and flowers in high relief, obscured impressed marks, mounted to wood, 14"w x 22"l, very unusual $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Large and decorative Rookwood Faience floor vase, monumental shape with carved and painted design of birds and flowers, impressed marks, #410-3076Y, 20"w x 26"h, minor chips $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 76. Large and decorative Rookwood Faience floor vase, monumental shape with carved and painted design of birds and flowers, impressed marks, #410-3076Y, 20"w x 26"h, cracks and chips $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 77. Rare Rookwood vase, covered with a fine and flawless Porcelain glaze with a nicely painted landscape, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1921, #1656E, 3"w x 7.5"h, uncrazed and a very unusual glaze for scenic vases $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 78. Unusual Rookwood vase, Porcelain glaze, landscape in blues and greens, painted by Margaret McDonald in 1939, #932C, 4.5"w x 11.5"h, signed on the side of the bottom, uncrazed, scenic vases in this glaze are unusual $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 79. Exquisite Rookwood plaque, finely detailed painting by Carl Schmidt produced in 1921, several boats on still waters, original frame, plaque: 12"w x 9"h, overall: 16.5"w x 13.5"h, the master of the Venetian scene, Schmidt created another masterpiece in this example $7,500 - $9,500 More Information
Click For More Info 80. Beautiful Rookwood vase, Iris glaze with a nicely painted iris, executed by Carl Schmidt in 1906, #30E, 4"w x 8"h, excellent professional restoration to top and filled chip to foot $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Rookwood vase, double handled shape in a Standard glaze with painted leaves, executed by Carl Schmidt in 1898, #583F, 3.5"w x 4.5"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 82. Rookwood handled vessel, three handled shape in a Standard glaze with a painted portrait, After Andreata" (illegibly), executed by Artus Van Briggle in 1898, #810, 7.5"w x 6.5"h, ground X $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 83. Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with painted cherries, executed by Laura Lindeman in 1904, #922D, 3.5"w x 7"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 84. Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in a Standard glaze with nicely painted berries and leaves, executed by Constance Baker in 1891, #488E, 5"w x 6"h, restored $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 85. Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with painted leaves, done by Edith Felten in 1899, #625, 3"w x 5.5"h $350 - $450 More Information
Click For More Info 86. Unusual Rookwood handled vessel, rare shape in a Standard glaze with a painted berry design, Gin", executed by William McDonald in 1893, #391, 5"w x 6.5"h, ground X $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 87. Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with nicely detailed pansies, painted by Elizabeth Lincoln in 1901, #864, 3.5"w x 6.5"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 88. Rookwood handled vessel, three handled shape with a finely painted Native American portrait titled Edward Quick Bear, Sioux," executed by Adeliza Sehon in 1901, #659C, 8"w x 6.5"h, professionally restored hairlines $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 89. Unusual Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in a Standard glaze with nicely executed dragonflies, incised and painted by Clara Lindeman in 1906, #973, 3.5"w x 4.5"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 90. Fine and early Rookwood handled vessel, bulbous shape in a Limoges glaze with a nicely painted scene with butterflies, executed by Albert Valentien in 1882, #65, 7"w x 9.5"h $650 - $850 More Information
Click For More Info 91. Unusual Rookwood handled vessel, Standard glaze with a comical character and mushrooms, painted by Constance Baker in 1895, #422, 5.5"w x 6"h, minor hairline at rim $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 92. Rookwood vase, Incised Mat, geometric designs under a green matte glaze, 1902, #366Z, 5.5"w x 2.75"h, uncrazed $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Rookwood bowl, low shape with poppy designs under a red and green matte glaze, executed by William Hentschel in 1913, #1195, 7.5"w x 2"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 94. Rookwood vase, geometric designs under a mottled green and brown matte glaze, executed by William Hentschel in 1913, #1837, 5.5"w x 3.5"h, hairlines $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 95. Exceptional Rookwood vase, tapered shape with an incised and painted organic design, executed by William Hentschel in 1915, #951D, 3.75"w x 9.25"h, beautifully done, nice piece of Arts and Crafts Rookwood $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 96. Rookwood vase, Incised Mat, bulbous shape with a geometric design at top, covered in a brown, red and yellow mottled matte glaze, executed by William Hentschel in 1913, #1045, 5"w x 5.75"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 97. Rookwood vase, Incised Mat, geometric designs under a mottled green matte glaze, executed by Albert Munson in 1901, #24Z, 4.5"w x 5"h, uncrazed $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 98. Rookwood vase, Incised Mat, geometric designs under a dark blue matte glaze, executed by Rose Fechheimer in 1904, #116Z, 3.25"w x 3.25"h, uncrazed $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 99. Rare and exceptional Rookwood plaque, Vellum glaze, beautifully painted scene with a windmill, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1935, plaque: 12"w x 10"h, overall: 16.5"w x 14.5"h, uncrazed and extremely beautiful, one of the largest and finest plaques you will find $12,000 - $17,000 More Information
Click For More Info 100. Large and nice Rookwood vase, monumental shape in a Vellum glaze with finely painted irises, executed by Carl Schmidt in 1913, #614B, 8"w x 14.5"h, minor glaze scaling to foot $2,000 - $3,000 More Information


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