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Click For More Info 1. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley "crib" settle, Model No. 173, canted form with thirteen vertical slats at back and five under each arm, original rope foundation and fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 71"w x 34"d x 38 "h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 173, p. 74. $15,000 - $20,000 More Information
Click For More Info 2. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley lounge (daybed), Model No. 191, five vertical slats at each side supported by thru-tenon construction, original leather cushion and pillow over original rope foundation, a portion of the lacing has been replaced, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 81"l x 31"w x 29.5"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 191, p. 79. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 3. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley hall clock, Model No. 3, beveled top over an original brass and copper face with sunburst patterns at corners over a single door with glass pane and original hardware, original pendulum and weights, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 21.5"w x 13.5"d x 71.5"h. References: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 3, p. 95. Thomas K. Maher, The Kaufmann Collection, Treadway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio and John Toomey Gallery, Oak Park, Illinois, 1996, p. 14-15, paneled window version with a circular cutout ca. 1903. Kevin Tucker, Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Dallas Museum of Art, Yale University Press, 2010, ca. 1904 example from the Robert Kaplan Collection. Sweep second hand version. Christie's Important American Arts and Architectural Designs, New York, June 10, 1989, p. 31 (Arthur Sagendorph Collection), late 1902 version with a horizontal mullion in the door and a wood panel cut-out face with a second hand. $20,000 - $30,000 More Information
Click For More Info 4. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley Morris Chair, Model No. 2342, flat-arm form with five vertical slats under each arm, original faceted pegs and original seat foundation covered in green muslin, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 31"w x 36.5"d x 40"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 2342, p. 91. $8,000 - $10,000 More Information
Click For More Info 5. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley armchair, Model No. 2590, fixed-back form with four horizontal slats at back and hip rails at sides, original seat frame covered in green muslin, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 32"w x 33"d x 38.5"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 2590, p. 92. $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 6. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley footstool, Model No. 729, arched rails supported by thru-tenon construction, original green finish, signed with red decal, replaced leather seat. Dimensions: 20.5"w x 16.5"d x 16"h. Reference: 1902 United Crafts Retail Plates in The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, p. 93. $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 7. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley footstool, Model No. 728, original rush seat above arched rails, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 18.5"w x 18.5"d x 16"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York. 1987, Model No. 728, p. 40. $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 8. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley "monk" footstool, Model No. 302, original leather upholstery, with a notched foot, signed with red decal, original finish. Dimensions: 12.5"w x 12.5"d x 15"h. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 9. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley "monk" footstool, Model No. 302, original leather upholstery, with a notched foot, signed with red decal, original finish. Dimensions: 12.5"w x 12.5"d x 15"h. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 9. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley "monk" footstool, Model No. 302, original leather upholstery, with a notched foot, signed with red decal, original finish. Dimensions: 12.5"w x 12.5"d x 15"h. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 10. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley dining table, cut-corner top on a cross-stretcher base, key and tenon construction, eight original 10.25" leaves, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 60"w x 60"d x 29.5"h; table opens to 11' 10" when fully extended. $15,000 - $20,000 More Information
Click For More Info 11. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley server, Gothic-influenced two-drawer form, original star hardware, beveled top and a curved-front lower shelf supported by thru-tenon construction on a notched foot, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 42"w x 20"d x 39"h. Reference: Christie's Important American Arts and Architectural Designs, New York, June 6, 1992, p. 21, for an identical example of this form. $15,000 - $20,000 More Information
Click For More Info 12. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley china closet, trapezoidal form, single door with nine panes of glass and mitered mullions over two chamfered board doors with butterfly joint construction, corbel supports at top with cutout details, original hardware, fine original dark finish, signed with red decal, one cracked pane of glass. Dimensions: 37.5"w x 15.5"d x 64"h. References: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 902, p. 56. David Cathers, Furniture of the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Revised Edition, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1996, p. 114. Christie's Important American Arts and Architectural Designs, New York, December 10, 1988, p. 53, for a single-door example of the revised design. This design was made for a limited time from 1901 to 1902. By late 1902, Stickley had modified the form. The pierced corbels were eliminated and the lower doors were simple veneered panels rather than mullioned boards with butterfly joints. $30,000 - $40,000 More Information
Click For More Info 13. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley gong, five-footed base supporting tapered posts, arched crossbar, original hammered copper gong, original striker with restoration and rewrapped leather, worn original finish, signed with remnant of red decal. Dimensions: 24"w x 10"d x 36"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, p. 62. $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 14. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley chair, Model No. 1297, set of ten, four-rung ladderback form over original leather drop-in seat, notched seat rail, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 18"w x 16.5"d x 37.5"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 1297, p. 113. $10,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 15. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley armchair, Model No. 1297A, four rung ladderback form, original rush seat, notched seat rail, original finish, signed with red decal, some breaks to rush. Dimensions: 23"w x 20"d x 40"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 1297A, p. 113. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 16. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley chair, Model No. 1297, four-rung ladderback form, original rush seat, notched seat rail, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 18"w x 16"d x 37"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 1297, p. 113. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 17. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley wardrobe, Model No. 624, beveled top above a paneled door with early iron escutcheon, single drawer with faceted wood knobs, paneled sides with flush tenon construction, interior includes six half pullout drawers and five full drawers, fine original finish, signed with original decal. Dimensions: 35"w x 22"d x 72"h. Reference: A. Patricia Bartinique, Gustav Stickley and His Craft, Craftsman Farms Foundation, Parsippany, New Jersey, 1992, p. 102. $30,000 - $40,000 More Information
Click For More Info 18. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley smoker's cabinet, Model No. 522, single door, chamfered board panels, heavy thru-tenon construction, interior contains single drawer with faceted wood knob and open divided compartments, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 17"w x 15"d x 27"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 522, p. 92. $8,000 - $10,000 More Information
Click For More Info 19. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1901 Gustav Stickley library table, a variation of Model No. 454, fine original leather top, inverted tapering legs, thru-tenon construction, two drawers with original iron hardware and a central blind drawer, fine original finish, original tacks, unsigned. Dimensions: 54.5 "w x 33"d x 29"h. Gustav Stickley created a 1901 furniture line with inverted tapering legs. These examples of furniture are extremely rare and were made for less than a year. The designs include a narrow and wide-arm version of the bow-arm Morris chair, dining chairs in arm and side versions and rectangular and round library tables with leather or wood tops. Additionally, 1901 desks and library tables included an early version of Stickley hardware ? a narrow wrought iron pull affixed with screws. Examples of this type of pull are rare and changed when Stickley developed his own in-house metalworking shop. $40,000 - $60,000 More Information
Click For More Info 20. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley library table, Model No. 404, massive form with cut-corner top over two drawers with original iron star hardware, inverted "V" apron and stretchers at sides, heavy corbel construction and thru-tenon supports, fine original finish, signed. Dimensions: 60"w x 36"d x 29.5"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, NY, 1987, Model No. 404, p. 28. Stickley briefly experimented with cut-corner designs on a number of his furniture pieces. He eventually reduced the number down to less than a dozen cut-corner forms that remained in production through the end of his manufacturing in 1915. The only catalog illustration of this table can be found in the "Chips from the Workshop of Gustav Stickley" catalog of 1901. It was listed at $50.00 for the wood-top version and $75.00 for the table with a leather top. $40,000 - $60,000 More Information
Click For More Info 21. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley desk, uncataloged model, letter rack at back over worn original leather top and original tacks, two drawers with original brass strap hardware above a lower shelf supported by double key and tenon construction, chamfered board sides with thru-tenon construction, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 36.5"w x 20.5"d x 34"h. Reference: The Collected Works of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1981, p. 29. There are two versions of this desk at La Hacienda. One example is in a dark green finish with a wood top and was lightly used in an upstairs bedroom. The other has a lighter brown-orange finish and was heavily used in the living room area. It has an original leather top that is stained and badly worn. $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 22. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley desk, uncataloged model, letter rack at back over wood top, two drawers with original brass strap hardware above a lower shelf supported by double key and tenon construction, chamfered board sides with thru-tenon construction, fine original green finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 36"w x 20"d x 34"h. $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 23. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley Morris chair, Model No. 2341, flat-arm form with original leather seat and back cushions on an original leather slung seat, two vertical slats and corbel supports under each arm, original tacks, signed with red decal, fine original finish. Dimensions: 29.5"w x 33.5"d x 37"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No.2341, p. 41. There are over two dozen examples of this chair known. Several have the original leather slung seat either intact or worn through at the front rail. A few retain portions of the original cushions. This example retains a dark original finish, the cushions have minimal wear and there are no separations or tears. $15,000 - $18,000 More Information
Click For More Info 24. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley chalet desk, paneled drop-front form supported by slab sides with key and tenon construction, with chamfered board back, complete interior with original leather writing surface, rare original woven basket, fine original green finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 24"w x 16"d x 46"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 505, p. 27. The earliest version of the "chalet" desk had small cutouts in the back panel of the desk (see A. Patricia Bartinique, "Gustav Stickley and His Craft," Craftsman Farms Foundation, Parsippany, New Jersey, 1992, p. 23 for an illustration of the prototype of this desk owned by William and Patsy Porter). The matching "chalet" chair had similar cutouts and had tapered legs. That version appears in the early 1901 Tobey Furniture catalog. By late 1901, the pierced designs had been eliminated. $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 25. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley book cabinet, Model No. 514, inverted "V" rail above three shelves with fine original leather facing and tacks, supported by paneled sides, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 15"w x 14.5"d x 35.5"h. Reference: 1901 Chips from the Workshops of United Crafts in The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, p. 42. $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 26. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley hall mirror, Model No. 608, peaked top over a rectangular mirror, four original iron hooks, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 36"w x 7"d x 26"h. Reference: 1901 Chips from the Workshops of United Crafts found in The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, p. 38. This mirror was ordered for the vestibule of the residence on June 24, 1902 from G. W. Richardson & Son of Auburn, New York. G.W. Richardson & Son was one of the first furniture stores to offer the work of Gustav Stickley. $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 27. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley table, Model No. 436, circular top above a stacked and trumpeted cross-stretcher base with a central faceted peg, supported by double thru-tenon construction, original green finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 24.5"dia. x 28"h. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 28. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley table, Model No. 436, circular top above a stacked and trumpeted cross-stretcher base with a central faceted peg, supported by double thru-tenon construction, original green finish, some roughness and staining to top, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 24.5"dia. x 28"h. $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 29. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley table, Model No. 436, circular top above a stacked and trumpeted cross-stretcher base with a central faceted peg, supported by double thru-tenon construction, original green finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 24.5"dia. x 28"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, NY, 1987, Model No. 436, p. 50. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 30. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley sideboard, Model No. 967, massive form with two half drawers and one full drawer above two cabinet doors, original iron star and strap hardware, paneled sides supported by flush thru-tenon construction, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 60"w x 24.5"d x 44"h. References: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York. 1987, Model No. 967, p. 111. See Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Kevin Tucker of the Dallas Museum of Art, Yale University Press, 2010, p.125, for an illustration of a dark brown version of this sideboard owned by William and Patsy Porter. Many of the pieces of Stickley furniture in La Hacienda were finished in a green stain that Stickley used ca. 1901 to 1902. The green color was fugitive and washed out to a honey color when the furniture was exposed to the sun's ultraviolet rays. The interior drawers and rear panels of the pieces still exhibit most of the original green color. $30,000 - $40,000 More Information
Click For More Info 31. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley Thornden sewing rocker, Model No. 2635, two wide horizontal slats at back above a fine original rush seat, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 18"w x 25"d 31"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 2635, p. 65. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 32. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley plant stand, Model No. 41, square top above a notched apron, lower vertical stretcher supported by key and tenon construction, original finish, signed with red decal, holes to top. Dimensions: 14"w x14"d x 28"h. Reference: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 41, p. 93 $2,500 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 33. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: The early Gustav Stickley mirror and cabinet shown at left appears to have been designed as one piece of furniture. It may have served as a shaving mirror stand for John Jerome. The mirror was cut off from the cabinet and used in a second floor bathroom. The five-drawer cabinet was used in the first floor hallway. Both examples retain their original green finish and the mirror is signed with a large red decal. We elected not to reunite the two pieces of furniture but instead offer them as found in the estate. Dimensions: mirror, 16"w x 20"h; chest of five drawers, 20"w x 15"d x 32"h. $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 34. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley library table, Model No. 436, cut down, circular top above a stacked trumpeted cross-stretcher base with central faceted peg supported by thru-tenon construction, original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 36"dia. x 25"h. $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 35. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Pietro Paulo Caproni plaster frieze, ca. 1901, after Luca della Robbia's "Cantoria" from the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence, signed with metal hallmark and numbered 8359, 37.5"w x 40"h, some minor edge chips. This frieze was used in the living room of La Hacienda. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 36. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Pietro Paulo Caproni plaster sculptures, pair, ca. 1901-1902, depicting classical runners, signed with metal hallmark, each: 10"w x 4"d x 11"h, some chips and damage. $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 37. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: A Pietro Paulo Caproni plaster frieze, ca. 1901, classical scene, unsigned, 50"w x 28.5"h, some cracks. This frieze was installed in a guest bedroom at La Hacienda. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 38. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Franz Skarbina (German, 1849-1910) "Das K”nigliche Schloss zu Berlin (The Royal Palace in Berlin)," 1901, color lithograph, 28.5" x 40.25", published by R. Voigtlander, Leipzig, framed. $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 39. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Handel lamp, nine-sided slag glass shade with brick and landscape overlay design, on a bronze base, break to one glass panel, shade signed, 22"w x 26"h, very good condition. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 40. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (French, 1864-1901), "La Revue Blanche (The White Review)," 1895, lithographed poster, 49" x 35.75", published by G. Charpentier and E. Fasqualle for La Revue Blanche, printed by Edward Ancourt, Paris, framed. This poster depicts Madame Misia Natanson, also known as La Belle Misia, on the cover of La Revue Blanche, a literary and artistic journal published in Paris. $15,000 - $20,000 More Information
Click For More Info 41. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Hopi Kachina doll, cottonwood with hand painted decoration ca. 1890. Dimensions: 6.5"w x 7.5"l. The Hopi People live in Northeastern Arizona. Kachina dolls are made by the Hopi tribe and represent living and dead beings. This is an early version of a Kachina carved from cottonwood and painted with colors derived from plants and clay. This version was collected by John and Lucy Jerome about 1895 and remained with the family when La Hacienda was designed and built in 1901-1902. $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 42. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Red Mesa rug ca. 1900, very good condition with minor repairs. Dimensions: 53"w x 79"l. Red Mesa Outline The Red Mesa Outline evolved from the Eyedazzler weavings of the Transitional Period (1863-1890), and is sometimes associated with Teec Nos POs weavings due to their physical proximity, though their origins and styles are different. Red Mesa outline rugs feature serrated diamonds outlined in multiple colors for a dizzying effect. Many of these weavings have a very nice border treatment. $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 43. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: William Morris and A.J. Wyatt, The Tale of Beowulf, 1985, Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, an edition of 300 printed on Perch paper, original limp vellum binding with silk ties and gilt lettering to spine, "Note to Reader" slip, as well as hand-written slip stating "William Morris and A.J. Wyatt, Printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press." "Note to Reader: In this translation of Beowulf, the final ed, where the e is not elided by the printer, is intended to be pronounced in every case." $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 44. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: The work of Robert Louis Stevenson, a group of eighteen books, including: Across the Plains, Memories and Portraits, Prince Otto, St. Ives, Treasure Island, Familiar Studies of Men and Books, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, A Child's Garden of Verses, Travels with a Donkey, The Silverado Squatters, Underwoods, Kidnapped, The Amateur Emigrant, David Balfour, A Foot Note to History: Eight Years of Trouble in Samoa, The Master of Ballantrae, Edinburgh, and Weir of Hermis Ton. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 45. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Group of books relating to Ornithology, including: Edwyn Sandys and others, Upland Game Birds, Neltje Blanchan, Birds that Hunt and are Hunted, Edward A. Samuels, Our Northern and Eastern Birds, F. Schuyler Mathews, Field Book of Wild Birds and Their Music, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm, The Woodpeckers, Neltje Blanchan, Bird Neighbors, Ed. William Kerr Higley, Birds and Nature In Natural Colors (eight volumes), Herbert K. Job, Among the Waterfowl, Fannie Hardy Eckstrom, The Bird Book, J. Lewis Bonhote, Birds of Britain, and Elliot Coues, Key to North American Birds. $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 46. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: The work of Henry James, Jr., a group of three books, including: The American, The Portrait of a Lady, and Daisy Miller & An International Episode. $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 47. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Ludovic Halevy, The Abbe Constantin, 1888, Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly. $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 48. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Interior Decoration and Architecture books, group of three, including: Mrs. H. R. Haweis, The Art of Decoration, Gardens Old & New: The Country House & Its Garden Environment, and Clarence Cook, The House Beautiful. $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 49. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: The work of Washington Irving, a group of seven books, including: The Works of Washington Irving, Vol. 1 and 2, and Life of George Washington, Vol. 1-5 $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 50. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Art books, a group of three, including: Robert Herrick, Selections from the Poetry of Robert Herrick with Drawings by Edwin A. Abbey, Mario Uchard, My Uncle Barbassou, and Edward Fitzgerald, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 51. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Miscellaneous Literature and Reference books, group of seven, including: Richard Harding Davis, In the Fog, Rudyard Kipling, Departmental Ditties, Barrack-Room Ballads and Other Verses, Frank R. Stockton, The Lady, or the Tiger, Rand McNally & Co.'s Enlarged Business Atlas and Shippers' Guide, International Boundary Commission, Joint Report upon the Survey and Demarcation of the International Boundary between the United States and Canada, Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Human Intercourse, and The Rev. H. Martyn Hart, The World of the Sea. $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 52. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: A group of works by Ernest Seton-Thompson & Grace Gallantin Seton-Thompson, including: Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, A Woman Tenderfoot, Ernest Seton-Thompson, Monarch the Big Bear, The Biography of a Grizzly, Lives of the Hunted, The Trail of the Sandhill Stag, Wild Animals I Have Known, and Pictures of Wild Animals. $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 53. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: The work of Mark Twain, a group of nine books, including: The Innocents Abroad, The Prince and the Pauper, A Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Library of Humor, Punch, Brothers, Punch!, Following the Equator, Merry Tales, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and The Stolen White Elephant $1,000 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 54. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Group of Children's books, including: Henry B. Beston, The Firelight Fairy Book, Illus. L. Leslie Brooke, Johnny Crow's Garden, Celia Thaxter, Poems for Children, Joel Chandler Harris, Little Mr. Thimblefinger, Beatrice F. Cresswell, The Royal Progress of King Pepito, Kate Douglas Wiggin, The Diary of a Goose Girl, Daisy Ashford, The Young Visiters, Ottilie A. Liljencrantz, The Ward of King Canute, Randolph Caldecott, The Panjandrum Picture Book, Walter Crane, A Romance of the Three R's, Queen Summer or the Lily & the Rose and Legends for Lionel, Kate Greenway, Book of Games, Jane and Ann Taylor, Little Ann and Other Poems, M. Arnaud, One Day in a Baby's Life, T. Pym, Pictures from the Poets, J. G. Sowerby and Thos. Crane, At Home, Fred E. Weatherly, Through the Meadows, T. Baldrich, The Story of a Cat, Oliver Herford, A Child's Primer of Natural History, Juliana Horatia Ewing, A Week Spent in a Glass Pond by the Great Water Beetle, Frederick J. Waugh, The Clan of Munes, A Child's Book of Stories, Randolph Caldecott, Some of Aesop's Fables with Modern Instances and The Hey Diddle Diddle Picture Book, and Owen Wister, The Dragon of Wantley: His Rise, His Voracity & His Downfall. $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 55. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Group of books relating to the Colorado and Rocky Mountain Natural History, Botany, and Wildlife, including: Clarence King, Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, Julia Ellen Rogers, Tree Guide: Trees East of the Rockies, Chester A. Reed, Western Bird Guide: Birds of the Rockies and West to the Pacific, Charles Francis Saunders, The Western Flower Guide: Wild Flowers of the Rockies and West to the Pacific, Chester A. Reed, Bird Guide: Part 2 Land Birds East of the Rockies, Florence Merriam Bailey, Handbook of the Birds of the Western United States, Enos A. Mills, The Grizzly and The Rocky Mountain Wonderland, Edward Royal Warren, S.B., The Small Mammals of Colorado, W. W. Cooke, The Birds of Colorado (three editions) and Further Notes on the Birds of Colorado, W. H. Bergtold, The Birds of Denver: An Annotated List, M. B. Williams, The Heart of the Rockies, George W. Kelly, Rocky Mountain Horticulture is Different, Ruth E. Ashton, Plants of Rocky Mountain National Park, Edith S. Clements, Flowers of Mountain and Plain, Ronald J. Taylor, Rocky Mountain Wildflowers, Ed. Robert M. Ormes, Guide to the Colorado Mountains, Text-Book of Western Botany, P. A. Rydberg, Flora of Colorado, Leander, Keyser, Birds of the Rockies, Richard Kauffman, A portfolio of fifteen color prints from Gentle Wilderness: The Sierra Nevada, Julia W. Henshaw, Mountain Wild Flowers of America, City Forester's Office, What Tree is This?: How Leaves Tell Their Names, Mountain Wild Flowers of Colorado, Harold and Rhoda Roberts, Some Common Colorado Wild Flowers, Robert E. More, Colorado Evergreens and Burton O. Longyear, Evergreens of Colorado and Some Colorado Mushrooms. $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 56. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Group of books relating to History and Historical Biographies, including: Seymour Van Santvoord, The House of Caesar, John Lothrop Motley, D.C.L., History of the United Netherlands (four volumes), The Rise of the Dutch Republic (three volumes) and The Life and Death of John of Barneveld (two volumes), Ed. William Carew Hazlitt, Essays of Montaigne (two volumes), Allan Fea, King Monmouth and The Flight of the King, Spencer Walpole, The Life of Lord John Russell (two volumes), Edgar Sheppard, M.A., Memorials of St. James's Palace (two volumes), E. B. Washburne, Recollections of a Minister to France 1869-1877 (two volumes), and John S. C. Abbott, The History of Napoleon Bonaparte (two volumes). $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 57. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Group of books relating to Botany, Forestry and Gardening, including: James Lane Allen, The Blue-Grass Region of Kentucky, William T. Hornaday, Wild Life Conservation, G. Frederick Schwartz, Forest Trees and Forest Scenery, John Muir, A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf, The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal, parts I and II, Elizabeth Marie Dunham, How to Know the Mosses, Joseph Le Conte, A Compend of Geology, Alice Morse Earle, Sun-Dials and Roses of Yesterday, F. Schuyler Mathews, Field Book of American Wild Flowers, Field Book of American Trees and Shrubs and Familiar Trees and Their Leaves, Charles G. D. Roberts, The Heart of the Ancient Wood, Clifton Johnson, Among English Hedgerows, Rev. Hilderic Friend, Flowers and Flower Lore, Rev. H. N. Hutchinson, Extinct Monsters, William Lyman Underwood, Wild Brother: Strangest of True Stories from the North Woods, Montague Free, All About House Plants, Dallas Lore Sharp, Where Rolls the Oregon, Bayard Taylor, Views Afoot or Europe Seen with a Knapsack & Staff, Elizabeth S. Tucker, Leaves from Juliana Horatia Ewing's "Canada Home," John Muir, Travels in Alaska, Charles Dudley Warner, Back-Log Studies and My Summer in a Garden, John Bickerdyke, Days of My Life, E. J. Wallis, Royal Botanic Gardens, John Nisbet, Our Forests and Woodlands, George A. B. Dewar, Wild Life in Hampshire Highlands, Dallas Lore Sharp, Wild Life Near Home, Josephine Diebitsch-Peary, My Arctic Journal: A Year Among Ice-Fields and Eskimos, T. Rice Holmes, A History of The Indian Mutiny, William J. Long, School of the Woods, Viscountess Wolseley, In a College Garden, Alphonse Karr and The Rev. J. G. Wood, A Tour Round My Garden, Frederick Schwatka, Nimrod in the North, A. Heaton Cooper and A. R. Hope Moncrieff, Isle of Wight, Samuel Scoville Jr., Everyday Adventures, John D. Sedding, Garden-Craft: Old and New, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Poems of Cabin and Field, William Davenport Hulbert, Forest Neighbors, Asa Gray, Gray's School and Field Book of Botany, W. H. Hudson, The Book of a Naturalist, Charles H. Peck, University of the State of New York Annual Report of the State Botanist, Maurice Maeterlinck, The Life of the Bee, M. Walter Pesman, Meet the Natives, W.W. Robbins and Breeze Boyack, The Identification and Control of Colorado Weeds, Dr. W. G. Farlow, Some Edible and Poisonous Fungi, S. Reynolds Hole, Our Gardens, and J. H. Fabre, Social Life in the Insect World. $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 58. La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: Grouping of books relating to Fishing and Hunting, including: Stonehenge, The Dog: In Health and Disease, John Burroughs, Squirrels and other Fur-Bearers, Henry P. Wells, Fly-Rods and Fly-Tackle, Charles F. Orvis and A. Nelson Cheney, Fishing with the Fly, William Henry Burt, A Field Guide to Mammals, Lord Walsingham and Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey, Shooting: Moor & Marsh and Shooting: Field & Covert, H. Cholmondeley-Pennell, Fishing: Salmon and Trout and Fishing: Pike and Other Coarse Fish, Edward Hamilton, Fly-Fishing: Salmon, Trout & Grayling, J. Otho Paget, Hunting, Sir Edward Grey, Fly Fishing, James A. Henshall, Book of the Black Bass, Ed. Edward Jesse, Esq., The Complete Angler or The Contemplative Man's Recreation of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton, David Webster, The Angler and The Loop-Rod, Frank Sherman Peer, Cross Country with Horse and Hound, J. Turner-Turner, The Giant Fish of Florida, Mary Rogers Miller, The Brook Book, George A. B. Dewar, The Book of the Dry Fly, Alfred M. Mayer, Sport With Gun and Rod in American Woods and Waters, and H. E. Anthony, M.A., Field Book of North American Mammals. $750 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 59. Good Gustave Baumann (German/American, 1881-1971) "April," c. 1936, color woodblock print with silver leaf, pencil signed, titled and numbered, edition 22 of 120, 14" x 13", laid to board, original frame $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Click For More Info 60. Gustav Stickley serving tray, #347, in hammered copper with repousse design to edges, signed, minor touch up to original patina, 21"dia, very good condition $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 61. Early Gustav Stickley bookcase, #542, good double-door form with eight panes of glass per door, mitered mullions with original round copper pulls, good original finish, signed with early red decal, 36"w x 13"d x 56.5"h, very good condition $8,000 - $10,000 More Information
Click For More Info 62. Gustav Stickley daybed, knock-down large custom form with seven vertical slats at each end, supported by thru-tenon and peg construction, signed with large red decal, original finish, recovered cushions, with Dianne Ayres coverlet, 44"w x 84"l x 33.5"h, very good condition $5,500 - $6,500 More Information
Click For More Info 63. Beautiful Rookwood vase, shouldered shape covered in a Porcelain glaze with a nicely painted Japanese inspired landscape, superbly done by Arthur Conant in 1909, #2306, 3.5"w x 7"h, uncrazed and extremely fine $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 64. Exceptional Rookwood vase, large broad form in a Porcelain glaze with colorfully painted daffodils, executed by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1944, #6869, 5.5"w x 9"h, uncrazed, exceedingly colorful piece with an elaborate decoration $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 65. Rare Rookwood vase, large bulbous form covered in a Blue Tinted glaze with a mythological hunting scene, executed by Arthur Conant in 1919, #1122B, 5.5"w x 8.5"h, uncrazed, a very unusual subject matter rarely seen in Rookwood $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 66. Good Marblehead vase, stylized floral design in brown and green on a tan ground, artist signed HT, impressed mark, 3.5"w x 4.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 67. Good Marblehead vase, large gently tapered form covered in a powder blue matte glaze with a stylized wisteria design, unmarked, 5.5"w x 7"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 68. Marblehead vase, tapered shape with stylized tree designs covered in a multi-toned gray matte glaze, impressed mark, artist initials HT, 4"w x 7"h, restoration, hairline; with a Marblehead vase, unusual bulbous shape covered in a blue matte glaze, impressed mark, 4.5"w x 3"h, restoration $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 69. Gustav Stickley armchair, #386, dramatic high-back form with spindles at back and sides and corbel supports under each arm, original sling seat holds a recovered leather cushion, original finish, signed with red decal, 27.5"w x 25"d x 50"h, very good condition $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 70. Unusual Gustav Stickley ladies' desk, #724, Japanese-influenced paneled drop-front form with original hardware, complete interior, key-hole escutcheon missing, signed with large red decal, cleaned original finish, 32"w x 12"d x 46"h, very good condition $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 71. Nice Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze, with a finely painted floral design, executed by Margaret McDonald in 1912, #2018, 3.25"w x 7"h $450 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 72. Exceptional Rookwood tile, landscape pattern covered in a good matte glaze, 18"sq, overall: 25"sq, framed, an unusually nice architectural tile $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Good Rookwood vase, matte glaze decorated with a stylized lily design, painted by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1944, #6866, 4"w x 9"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 74. Exquisite Rookwood vase, shouldered shape, in a Vellum glaze with an exceptional painting of a blossoming vine, executed by Ed Diers in 1924, #1369F, 3.25"w x 6.25"h, uncrazed and beautifully decorated $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Rookwood vase, large form, with a geometric design, covered in a beautiful and unusual purple matte glaze, 1924, #2421, 6"w x 10"h, uncrazed $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 76. Unusual Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze, landscape with windmill, nicely painted by Ed Diers in 1912, #1667, 4.5"w x 11"h, well done $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 77. Nice Rookwood vase, shouldered shape, in a Vellum glaze, beautifully painted landscape, by Fred Rothenbusch in 1919, #1369D, 5"w x 9.25"h $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 78. E.T. Hurley drawing, "Park Scene with Figures and Cars," pastel on paper, signed, dated, framed, 10" x 8" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 79. Good Rookwood vase, tapered shape, covered in a Vellum glaze, finely painted landscape, with pink interior, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1930, #2544, 4"w x 8"h, uncrazed and beautifully done $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 80. L & JG Stickley trestle table, #593, from the Onondaga Shops, rectangular top above a lower shelf supported by double key and tenon construction on a shoe-foot base, retouched original finish, unsigned, 48"w x 30"d x 29"h, very good condition $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Gustav Stickley library table, #675, rectangular top above two drawers with original iron hardware, lower stretcher supported by double key and tenon construction, signed with red decal, refinished, some stains to top, 48"w x 29.5"d x 30"h, very good condition $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 82. L & JG Stickley armchairs, pair, #352, three horizontal slats at back above a worn original leather seat, original finish, signed with Handcraft decal, 25"w x 21"d x 37"h, very good condition $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 83. Good Gustav Stickley side chairs, pair, #354 , "V" back form with five vertical slats above an original hard leather seat with original tacks, original finish, branded signature, partial paper label to one, 19"w x 17.5"d x 36"h, very good condition $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 84. Gustav Stickley chest of drawers, #627, two half drawers over four full drawers with original oval iron pulls, chamfered board sides supported by thru-tenon construction, original finish, signed with red decal, minor stains and restoration, 40"w x 22"d x 54"h, very good condition $5,500 - $7,500 More Information
Click For More Info 85. Fine Rookwood vase, Porcelain glaze with a well painted floral design, executed by Harriet Wilcox in 1919, #1121C, 4.5"w x 9.5"h, ground X, uncrazed and nice $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 86. Unusual Rookwood Pottery retailer's sign, textured glass pane with applied black and gold foil graphic, 4"w x 17"l $250 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 87. Kenton Hills vase, large bulbous shape covered in a deep red glaze with gold and silver crystalline highlights, marked, #100, 6.5"w x 6.75"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 88. Good Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with a beautifully painted landscape, executed by E.T. Hurley in 1912, #904D, 3.5"w x 9"h, one of Hurley's favorite color combinations $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 89. Good Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with a with a beautifully painted floral design, executed by Lenore Asbury in 1909, #556B, 6"w x 14"h, very unusual design, nice example of American Art Nouveau ceramics $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 90. Fine Rookwood vase, bulbous shape covered in an Iris glaze, with an Asian inspired cherry blossom design with incised borders, executed by L.N. Lincoln in 1906, #11220, 5"w x 4.5"h $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 91. Fine and flawless Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with a beautifully detailed painting of wisteria, done by Ed Diers in 1923, #839B, 3.5"w x 9.5"h, uncrazed and very well executed $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 92. Unusual Rookwood vase, Green Vellum glaze, beautifully painted landscape by Lorinda Epply in 1911, #1656E, 3"w x 7.25"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Good Rookwood vase, bulbous shape, in an Iris glaze, with nicely painted crocus, executed by Laura Lindeman in 1904, 3.25"w x 5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 94. Rookwood vase decorated by Sally Coyne in 1915, Vellum glaze, with an underwater scene showing three sea horses, #1656E, 3"w x 7.5"h $550 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 95. Rookwood vase, shouldered shape, in a Vellum glaze, nicely painted cherry blossom design by E.T. Hurley in 1911, #1663D, 4.5"w x 9"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 96. Arts & Crafts side table, single drawer with original hardware above a lower shelf on a shoe-foot base, original finish to base, top refinished, some roughness to top, 34"w x 21"d x 29.5"h, very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 97. L & JG Stickley rocker, #451, six vertical slats at back and under each arm with corbel supports at sides, recovered original spring cushion, original finish, signed "The Work of?" 28.5"w x 30"d x 37"h, very good condition $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 98. Shop of the Crafters side chairs, pair, #320, inlaid stylized floral design at back over original leatherette seats, original finish, veneer repair to top edge, unsigned, 18.5"w x 22"d x 43.5"h, very good condition $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 99. Charles Stickley rocker, #1910, wide form with horizontal slats at back and vertical slats under each arm, supported by thru-tenon construction, nicely recovered leather seat and back cushions, signed, retouch to original finish, 31.5"w x 38"d x 31.5"h, very good condition $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 100. Good Gustav Stickley book rack, #74, "V" trough over a lower shelf supported by slab sides with cut-outs and double key and tenon construction, fine original black finish, signed with red decal, 32"w x 10"d x 31"h, very good condition $2,500 - $3,500 More Information


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