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Sale Date: December 4th, 2011


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Click For More Info 1. Gustav Stickley desk, #706, designed by Harvey Ellis, drop-front form with organic inlaid details in copper, pewter and fruit woods, complete interior, refinished, signed with red decal, 30"w x 11.5"d x 43.5"h, very good condition. From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. This form was illustrated in "The Craftsman," January, 1904, in an article titled "Structure and ornament in the Craftsman workshops." The article discussed how the inlaid ornamentation, "like that of the Greeks, appears to proceed from within outward. It bears no trace of having been applied. It consists of fine markings, discs, and other figures of pewter and copper, with, like the stems of plants and obscured, simplified floral forms, seem to pierce the surface of the wood from beneath." Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 172 $8,000 - $12,000 More Information
Click For More Info 2. Gustav Stickley screen, #91, three-section form with leather top over a slatted panel, refinished and replaced leather, signed with branded signature, each panel: 22"w x 68.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 3. Gustav Stickley china cabinet, similar to #820, two doors with eight panes of glass each and four at each side, original finish, signed with red decal and paper label, one inset escutcheon missing, 36"w x 14"d x 56.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 4. Gustav Stickley chest of drawers, #902, two half drawers above four full drawers with original oval iron hardware, paneled sides with thru-tenon construction, lightly cleaned original finish, signed with red decal, some staining to top, 41"w x 22.5"d x 53"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 176 $6,500 - $8,500 More Information
Click For More Info 5. Gustav Stickley beds, pair, #923, twin-size with three wide slats at head and footboards supported by tapered posts, original finish, signed with red decal, 40.5"w x 79"l x 43"h, interior width: 36.5"w, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 177 $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 6. Benedict Studios hanging fixture, attribution, riveted hammered copper shade with mica inserts, original chain and ceiling cap, original patina, 19"dia x 50"h, excellent condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 7. Gustav Stickley settle, #208, classic even arm form with eight vertical slats at back and three under each arm with thru-tenon construction at sides, nicely recovered cushion, refinished, unsigned, 76"w x 33"d x 29"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 8. Gustav Stickley settee, #226, desirable short form with wide horizontal slat at back and five vertical slats under each arm, nicely recovered cushion with four matching pillows, thru-tenon construction at sides, refinished, unsigned, 60"w x 31"d x 29"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 9. Gustav Stickley plaque, #347, in hammered copper with repousse and cut-out details at edges, signed, worn patina, 20.5"w, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 10. Good Gustav Stickley mantle clock, dove-tail case with original brass face and thru-tenon construction over a leaded glass panel, signed, movement by Seth Thomas, a great example of this important accessory, fine original finish, 8.5"w x 5"d x 14"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 175. Exhibited: "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement," organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and curated by Kevin Tucker, and illustrated in accompanying book of the same title, pages 222-223 $5,500 - $7,500 More Information
Click For More Info 11. Gustav Stickley wastebasket, #94, slatted form with iron loop supports to interior, good original finish, signed with paper label, 12"dia x 14"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 12. Gustav Stickley coal bucket, #351, in hammered copper with riveted and repousse design, wrought iron handles at top and sides, original patina, signed, 14.5"w x 25"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 13. Gustav Stickley floor lamp, #500, replaced art glass shade held on an adjustable hammered copper frame supported by an oak pedestal base, signed in copper, cleaned original finish, original patina on copper, 14"w x 14"d x 57"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, pages 173 and 177 $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 14. Gustav Stickley night stand, #642, two drawers with original wood knobs supported by tapered legs, refinished, signed with red decal, some wear to top, 20"w x 18"d x 29"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 177 $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 15. Gustav Stickley cellarette, #88, flip-top over a copper top, single drawer above a door with original hardware, refinished, signed with red decal and paper label, bottle rack missing, closed: 18.5"w x 18.5"d x 35.5"h, open: 37.5"w, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 173 $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 16. Early Gustav Stickley bookcase, #717, two door form with mitered mullions and twelve panes of glass per door supported by slab sides with thru-tenon construction, original copper hardware, original dark finish, signed with early red decal, 49"w x 12.5"d x 56"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $9,000 - $12,000 More Information
Click For More Info 17. Gustav Stickley armchair, #320, notched horizontal rail at back, thru-post construction at arms with corbel supports, recovered leather seat and back cushion, refinished, replaced seat, unsigned, 29"w x 31.5"d x 42"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 18. Gustav Stickley armchair, #366, three vertical slats at back over a recovered leather seat with corbel supports under each arm, signed with red decal, refinished, 26"w x 25.5"d x 38.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 19. Roycroft footstool, recovered leather top supported by straight legs, cleaned original finish, signed with orb, 17"w x 12"d x 14.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 20. Gustav Stickley lamp table, #654, circular top above a notched cross-stretcher base, refinished, signed with paper label, 24"dia x 29"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 21. Gustav Stickley lamp table, #607, circular top above a lower shelf supported by a cross-stretcher base with thru-tenon construction, refinished, signed with paper label, 24"dia x 29"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 22. Roycroft lamp, #907, designed by Dard Hunter, leaded glass shade on a hammered copper base with two handles, signed with orb, original patina, 15"dia x 18"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, pages 171 and 177 $10,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 23. Gustav Stickley desk, #550, early strap hinge drop-front form with complete interior above a series of drawers and doors all with original copper original strap hardware and pulls, chamfered board back and flush-tenon construction at sides, signed with early red decal, lightly cleaned original finish, 33"w x 13.5"d x 48"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 174 $6,500 - $8,500 More Information
Click For More Info 24. Gustav Stickley Morris chair, #346, flat-arm form with corbel supports under each arm, recovered leather cushions, refinished, unsigned, 30.5"w x 34"d x 40"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 25. Gustav Stickley Morris chair, #346, flat-arm form with corbel supports under each arm, recovered leather cushions, refinished, branded signature, 30.5"w x 34"d x 39.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 26. Gustav Stickley plate rail, #801, arched top over a chamfered board back and lower shelf, signed with red decal, original finish, 47"w x 5"d x 28"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 173 $4,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 27. Gustav Stickley sewing rocker, #303, three horizontal slats at back over a recovered leather seat, signed with red decal, lightly recoated original finish, 17"w x 24.5"d x 31"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 28. Gustav Stickley rocker, #365, three vertical slats at back over a recovered leather seat with corbel supports under each arm, refinished, signed with red decal, 26.5"w x 29"d x 38"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 29. Good Dirk Van Erp lamp, riveted three-panel mica shade on a hammered copper base, fine original patina and mica, signed with open box mark, 19"dia x 21"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $15,000 - $18,000 More Information
Click For More Info 30. Gustav Stickley side chair c. 1903, designed by Harvey Ellis, important tall hump-back form with inlaid design in copper and pewter over a replaced rush seat, refinished, unsigned, 18.5"w x 19.5"d x 47.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. In the book "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement," contributor Sally-Anne Huxtable discusses this chair as: "Elegantly inlaid with an abstracted design adorning the central splat of the chair back, this side chair stands as one of the more graceful objects ever produced by Stickley. Significant elements of the design are the tall back with narrow, vertical splats, the gentle upward curve of the top of the chair, which is echoed in the downward curve of the front stretcher, and the simple straight lines of the narrow legs and horizontal stretchers. This chair draws inspiration from the exceptionally tall, throne-like chairs of 1890s British Arts and Crafts designers such as C.F.A. Voysey, M.H. Baillie Scott, George Walton, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh and their American contemporary Frank Lloyd Wright." Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 172 Exhibited: "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement," organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and curated by Kevin Tucker, and illustrated in accompanying book of the same title, pages 152-153 $12,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 31. Roycroft china, designed by Dard Hunter, by Buffalo Pottery, group of fourteen pieces with hand-painted decoration and Roycroft orb, one 11.5"w handled plate, four 9"dia plates, four 8"dia plates, one 6"dia bowl, three 5"dia bowls, one 12"w plate, most marked with Semi-Vitreous stamp to bottom, some minor chips, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 32. Roycroft china, designed by Dard Hunter, by Buffalo Pottery, group of thirty-seven pieces with decoration and Roycroft orb, four 4"w tea cups, four 6"dia saucers, four 3"w creamers, one 5.5"w creamer, one 7"w sugar dish, one 7.5"w bowl, four 3.5"dia plates, one 5.5"w pitcher, four 3"dia cups, four 7"dia bowls, one 9"w plate, four 9.5"dia plates, most marked "Buffalo Pottery, Roycroft" and dated, with four contemporary 10.5" plates, some minor chips, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 33. Good Gustav Stickley chafing dish stand, #352, hammered copper and wood base and lid with radial hammering, original terra-cotta dish, complete with all original parts, unsigned, fine original finish and patina, 16.5"dia x 15"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 173. Exhibited: "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement," organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and curated by Kevin Tucker, and illustrated in accompanying book of the same title, page 184 $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 34. Handel boudoir lamp, reverse painted landscape shade on a copper base, signed with cloth tag, chip to shade, 8"dia x 14"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 35. Gustav Stickley tray, #355, oval form in hammered copper with two handles, signed, new patina, 23"w x 11"d, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Illustrated: Stickley Style: Arts & Crafts Homes in the Craftsman Tradition, by David Cathers and Alexander Vertikoff, page 173 $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 36. Gustav Stickley candlestick, #74, single riveted handle on a hammered copper base, signed, original patina, 7"w x 9"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 37. Unusual Dirk Van Erp candlesticks, pair, in hammered copper with a riveted hexagonal base, signed with open box mark, original patina, 6.5"w x 9"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 38. Grueby tile trivets, two, larger with a scenic pine design, unsigned, chip, 6.5"sq, smaller with a seascape design, held in a Tiffany frame, 4.5"sq, signed DC, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 39. Gustav Stickley twelve tile tea table, rectangular top with inset green Grueby tiles over an arched apron and lower shelf supported by double key and tenon construction, tiles have been re-grouted, refinished, signed with red box mark, this successful design is a result of the collaboration between Gustav Stickley and Grueby Faience Company that began when they were both exhibitors at 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, 25"w x 20"d x 26"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. Exhibited: "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement," organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and curated by Kevin Tucker, and illustrated in accompanying book of the same title, page 124 $12,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 40. Roycroft table articles, group of three, consisting of a bud vase, inkwell with original glass liner and letter rack, all signed; with a Van Briggle ash tray, signed, and Heintz matchbox holder, numbered, bud vase: 4"w x 11"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 41. Roycroft candelabra, #419, three candle holders on a base in hammered copper with twisted and curled details, signed with partial orb and Roycroft, worn brass wash patina, 9.5"w x 20"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 42. Gustav Stickley copper table articles, group of four, two ash trays, pen tray, and letter opener, all in hammered copper, signed, pen tray: 10"w, ash trays: 7"dia, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 43. Roycroft candle holders, pair, each with six candle holders in original hammered silver finish, signed with orb, 15.5"w x 4"d x 3"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 44. Roycroft lamp base, #914, with a Steuben shade with an Intarsia iridescent design, base in hammered and curled copper with original patina, base signed with orb, 8"dia x 15"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 45. Roycroft syrup jugs, from the Roycroft Shops, set of six, each with a single handle in varying brown glazes, one with stopper, signed, 4"w x 5"h.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 46. Roycroft lamp, #906, helmet shade on a hammered copper base, signed with orb, original patina, 6.5"dia x 14.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 47. Gustav Stickley book rack, sliding form with original finish, signed with branded mark, closed: 12"w x 7"d x 7"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 48. Roycroft frame, triptych form holding a print of Elbert Hubbard flanked by two mottos, signed with orb, original finish, 21"w x 11"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 49. Unusual Gustav Stickley dresser, #905, peaked mirror supported by a frame with butterfly jointed construction over a chest with paneled sides and two half drawers over three full drawers with rare original copper hardware, this distinctive hardware is also on the linen chest in the Dallas Museum of Art's permanent collection and shares the same provenance, original finish, branded signature, 48"w x 23"d x 65.5"h, very good condition.From the collection of Dr. Edgar G. McKee. $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 50. Teco floor vase, shape #G60, designed by W. D. Gates, shouldered form covered in a blue high-glaze, unsigned, factory drill hole, 12"w x 26"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 51. Heywood Wakefield wastebasket, finely woven rattan on a wood base, original finish, signed with paper label, 12"dia x 16"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 52. Gustav Stickley umbrella stand, #382, in hammered copper with repousse design at front, handles at sides, with original drip pan, good original patina, unsigned, 14"w x 13"d x 24"h, very good condition $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 53. Good Gustav Stickley armchairs, pair, #318, five vertical slats at back above a nicely recovered leather spring cushion seat, fine original finish, branded signature, 26.5"w x 24" x 37"h, excellent condition $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 54. Roycroft Little Journeys stand, rectangular top over two lower shelves supported by key and tenon construction, refinished, 26"w x 15"d x 26"h, very good condition $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 55. Gustav Stickley magazine stand, #72, Harvey Ellis-influenced form with an overhanging top and arched rail above three shelves, original finish, some staining to top, signed with red decal, 21.5"w x 13"d x 42"h, very good condition $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 56. Stickley Brothers magazine stand, #4702, three shelves supported by spindled sides, unsigned, original finish, 26"w x 12.5"d x 31"h, very good condition $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 57. Good Teco vase, #85, designed by W.J. Dodd, cylindrical shape with applied vertical leaves covered in a good green matte glaze with nice charcoaling, impressed marks, 4.5"w x 11.5"h $8,000 - $10,000 More Information
Click For More Info 58. Tiffany Studios/Wheatley Pottery lamp, base with an overlapping leaf design and covered in a green matte glaze, supporting a leaded green glass shade in the leaf and vine pattern, base marked, shade signed Tiffany Studios, New York, #1420-35, overall: 14"w x 20"h, some minor flaws $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 59. Teco vase, shape #155, designed by W. D. Gates, three-handled corset form covered in a green matte glaze, 5.5"w x 8.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 60. Monitor Clock Works, made by Arthur Pequegnat, combined with shelf, original finish, signed with paper label from Monitor Clock Works, 39"w x 6"d x 10.5"h, very good condition $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 61. Teco vase, shape #60B Orn, W. D. Gates, floral design covered in a brown matte glaze, 4.5"dia x 8.75"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 62. Unusual Teco vase, #287, designed by W.B. Mundie, four buttress form under a good tan matte glaze, impressed marks, 6"w x 6.5"h, professional restoration to one buttress $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 63. Teco vase, #252, designed by H. Garden, bulbous shape with a geometric design covered in a good green matte glaze, impressed marks, 6.5"w x 12"h, repaired $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 64. Arts & Crafts Morris chair, manufactured by Sikes Chair Company, open-arm form with corbel supports at sides, nicely recovered leather seat and back cushions, refinished, signed with paper label, 30"w x 34"d x 40"h, very good condition $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 65. Stickley Brothers child's chair, notched rail at back above five vertical slats over a recovered leather seat, recoated finish, 16"w x 15"d x 29"h, very good condition $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 66. Stickley Brothers armchair, tall back with four vertical slats at back and under each arm, recovered leather seat, recoated original finish, unsigned, 27"w x 25"d x 42"h, very good condition $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 67. Arts & Crafts chairs, pair, Prairie School design with three canted slats at back over a recovered leather seat with hip rails at sides, refinished, 18.5"w x 19"d x 40"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 68. Arts & Crafts child's chairs, two, armchair and side chair, leather seat and back on a tapered leg, cleaned original finish, leather possibly original, side chair: 13"w x 12"d x 25"h, armchair: 17"w x 12"d x 26"h, good condition $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 69. Stickley Brothers rocker, #891, four vertical slats at back over a recovered seat, unsigned, refinished, 27"w x 29.5"d x 39"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 70. Arts & Crafts office chair, slatted back over a saddle seat on a swivel base, refinished, 29"w x 29"d x 34"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 71. Stickley Brothers sewing rocker, #933, four vertical slats at back over a recovered seat, signed with Quaint label, original finish, 20"w x 28"d x 34"h, very good condition $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 72. Fine Rookwood vase, Iris glaze with an unusual winter landscape revealing a snow covered ground under moon, beautifully painted by Carl Schmidt in 1901, #904D, 3.5"w x 8"h, a rare subject matter for this highly regarded Rookwood artist $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Beautiful Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with a finely painted Native American portrait, executed by Olga Reed in 1900, #218A, 4.5"w x 11.75"h, one of the finest painted portraits you will see $10,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 74. Exceptional Rookwood vase, Iris glaze, wonderfully painted nocturnal scene with two rooks in flight, beautifully executed by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1909, #904D, 3.5"w x 8"h, great artwork with classic subject matter $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Liberty & Company clock, designed by Archibald Knox, in pewter with enameled face and Celtic cross detail, marked English Pewter and numbered 01151, 4"w x 3"d x 6.5"h, very good condition $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 76. Liberty & Co. bowl, double handled form, in pewter, repousse design of stylized roses and "The musk of the rose is blown and the woodbine spices are wafted abroad," marked, #9, 12"w x 4.4"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 77. Weller Sicard vase, bulbous shape with stylized peacock feathers under a colorful metallic glaze, signed Weller Sicardo, #7, 4"w x 7"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 78. Bradley & Hubbard lamp, attribution, bronzed metal base with a daisy pattern, supporting a shade with green slag glass panels, impressed #383 on base, overall: 15"w x 20.5"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 79. Exceptional Arts & Crafts pillow, colorful embroidered design of red roses, 18"w x 21"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 80. Exceptional Arts & Crafts pillow, colorful embroidered design of flowering trees, 17"sq $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Pittsburgh lamp, bronzed metal base holding a reverse painted glass shade with landscape design, unmarked, overall: 16"w x 22.5"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 82. Heintz frame, sterling on bronze, applied US military symbols, original patina, impressed mark, #I6, 5"w x 6.5"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 83. Teco vase, #266, designed by W.B. Mundie, double handled form under a good green matte glaze, impressed marks, 5"w x 11.5"h $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 84. Fine Arts & Crafts pillow, colorful embroidered design of yellow roses, 20"w x 12"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 85. Teco vase, #432, designed by W.D. Gates, tall shape with two handles under a blue matte glaze, impressed marks, 4"w x 11.5"h, restoration $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 86. Silver Crest vase, sterling decorated bronze, applied bird design, worn original patina, marked, #E1019, 3"w x 6"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 87. Arts and Crafts library table, rectangular top above two drawers and a lower shelf supported by slatted sides with long corbels, cleaned original finish, original hardware, 48"w x 34"d x 30"h, very good condition $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 88. Heintz vase, sterling on bronze, applied floral design, original patina, impressed mark, #3641, impressed R.H. Macy & Co., Inc., 3.25"w x 6.25"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 89. Important Gustav Stickley secretary, designed by Harvey Ellis, two doors with divided leaded panes flanking a paneled drop-front door with iron strap hardware above two drawers with faceted wood knobs, arched toe-board, with one original key, signed with early red decal, some minor retouch to original finish, 56"w x 15"d x 56"h, very good condition, a great design that rarely comes to market $20,000 - $30,000 More Information
Click For More Info 90. Teco tray, #307, designed by W.D. Gates, circular form covered in a green matte glaze, faint signature, 10.5"dia, very good condition $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 91. Early Jarvie Art Nouveau candlesticks, pair, original dark patina, unsigned, 14"h, bobeche missing, very good condition $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 92. Arts & Crafts charger, hammered copper with a repousse design of snails and mushrooms, original patina, marked, 10.75"dia $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Heintz humidor, sterling on bronze, elaborate applied design with a dog and AP&PA, 1912, original patina, marked, #2539, 3.5"w x 6.5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 94. Arts & Crafts fire fender, in twisted and curled wrought iron, 55"w x 10"d x 14"h, very good condition $200 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 95. Heintz humidor, in bronze with silver overlay border, good original patina, signed, 4.5"dia x 9.5"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 96. Rare L & JG Stickley bookcase in chestnut from the Onondaga Shops, single door with nine panes of glass over corbel supports, chamfered board sides and back with side rails at top, unsigned, lightly recoated original finish, 31"w x 13"d x 55"h, very good condition $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 97. Roycroft tall pedestal, #080, important dramatic design with five shelves supported by slab sides and carved orb and oak leaf, double key and tenon construction, refinished, 20"w x 17.5"d x 64"h, very good condition $8,000 - $10,000 More Information
Click For More Info 98. Rare Charles Rohlfs desk chair, tall back form on a swivel base with vertical slats at back having a circular design corresponding to the rounded arm rests and seat, original finish, recovered leather seat with original tacks, signed, an important piece in excellent condition by this important designer $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 99. Early Gustav Stickley desk, paneled front over a single drawer with two faceted knobs, signed with early red decal, fine original finish, 26"w x 15"d x 47"h, very good condition $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 100. Good Gustav Stickley chairs, set of six, #1303, leather back and seats, nicely replaced leather with original tacks, signed with red decal, cleaned original finish, a desirable set in wonderful condition, 19.5"w x 20"d x 37"h, excellent condition $6,000 - $8,000 More Information


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