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Sale Date: December 1st, 2012


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Click For More Info 1. Good Rookwood Faience tile, wonderful design of a rook silhouetted against a large colorful poppy, all covered in a matte glaze, design attributed to Sallie Toohey, marked, #747Z, original frame, tile: 9"w x 7"h, overall: 10.5"w x 8.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 2. Fine Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in a Black Iris glaze with a beautifully painted scene featuring numerous black swans, finely executed by Carl Schmidt in 1907, #1126, 5"w x 8.5"h, another great example by this exceptional painter $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 3. Stickley Brothers dining chairs, set of six, #385 and 385 , five side chairs and one armchair, caned back above a recovered leather seat on a tapered leg, refinished, branded signature, replaced cane, side chair: 19.5"w x 19"d x 36"h, armchair: 27"w x 20.5"d x 37.5"h, very good condition $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 4. Heintz boudoir lamp, Bird of Paradise motif with mica shade on a silver overlay base, base signed with paper label, replaced mica, original patina, replaced mica, 8.5"dia x 11.5"h, very good condition $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 5. Stickley Brothers table, #2866, circular top above splayed legs supported by a cross-stretcher base with thru-tenon construction, refinished with wear to top, signed with Quaint tag, 36.5"dia x 29"h, very good condition $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 6. Heintz table lamp, Three Graces motif in sterling on bronze verdigris base with a mica shade, base signed with paper label, original patina, replaced mica, 11.5"dia x 13"h, very good condition $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 7. Stickley Brothers dining chairs, set of six, three vertical slats at back over a leather seat, lower stretcher supported by key and tenon construction, recoated original finish, some damage, some variation in tacks, one signed with paper label, 18.5"w x 19"d x 35"h, very good condition $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 8. 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, signed with early red decal, original finish, professionally replaced shelves and interior, 56"w x 15"d x 56"h, very good condition $20,000 - $25,000 More Information
Click For More Info 9. Rookwood vase, cylindrical shape in a Vellum glaze, nicely painted landscape, executed by Ed Diers in 1914, #952F, 3"w x 6.5"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 10. Nice Rookwood bowl, low flaring form covered in a Vellum glaze, nicely executed floral design at top, painted by Edith Noonan in 1908, #923, 6.5"w x 2"h $350 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 11. Rookwood vase, cylindrical form covered in a Vellum glaze, nicely painted dragonflies, finely executed by Carl Schmidt in 1904, #952D, 4"w x 8.5"h, ground X $1,200 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 12. Good Rookwood vase, bulbous tapered shape covered in a Vellum glaze with a finely painted landscape, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1920, #901D, 3.5"w x 8"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 13. Rookwood covered vessel, bulbous shape in a brown matte glaze with blue and green incised designs on lid, executed by Charles Todd in 1912, #1847, 6"w x 4"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 14. Unusual Rookwood vase, flaring shape in a Vellum glaze, nicely painted landscape design, by Fred Rothenbusch in 1916, #1357D, 4.25"w x 9"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 15. Rookwood vase, bulbous form in a Vellum glaze, a nicely painted flowering vine at top on a blue ground, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1909, #1653E, 4.5"w x 7.5"h $650 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 16. Good Rookwood plaque, Vellum glaze, nicely painted Venetian scene titled "Quiet Reflections-Venice," executed by Carl Schmidt in 1921, framed, plaque: 5"w x 8"h, overall: 10"w x 12.5"h $2,000 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 17. Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in a matte glaze with a leaf and berry design, executed by Vera Tischler in 1924, #356D, 4"w x 8"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 18. Roycroft lamp, blue ribbed glass and silver wash base supports a replaced paper shade, signed with orb, original patina, 8.5"dia x 16.5"h, very good condition $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 19. Roycroft lamp, hammered copper and mica shade on a pedestal base, signed with orb, good original patina, 7.5"w x 13.5"h, very good condition $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 20. Roycroft lamp, gold Aurene Steuben glass and brass acid-etched base supports a replaced paper shade, signed with orb, original patina, 8.5"dia x 14"h,very good condition $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 21. Roycroft armchair, #028, two horizontal slats at back above a leatherette seat, original finish, signed with orb on inside back rail, 25"w x 23.5"d x 38"h, very good condition $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 22. Roycroft Ali Baba bench, #046, wide split log top above a lower stretcher with key and tenon construction, signed with Orb, fine original finish, 42"w x 11.5"d x 19.5"h, very good condition $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Click For More Info 23. Good Rookwood handled vessel, Standard glaze with a nicely painted corn design, executed by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1892, applied silver overlay, #S973, 5"w x 8.5"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 24. Early Rookwood vase, large bulbous shape covered in a Standard glaze with a finely painted portrait after a painting by Franz Hals, executed by Grace Young in 1902, #902C, 6.5"w x 8.75"h, ground X $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 25. Rare Rookwood handled vessel, standard glaze, with a painted clover design, very unusual applied silver overlay, by Theodore B. Starr Sterling, unsigned, 1892, #497, 5"w x 8"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 26. Exceptional Weller Sicard vase, unusual double handled form with a beautiful clover design, covered in a colorful metallic glaze with overall iridescence, unsigned, #29, 7"w x 5.5"h, beautifully fired example $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 27. Rookwood vase, nicely painted cherry design, by Elizabeth Brain, 1899, #763C,5"w x 5.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 28. Rookwood bowl, Standard glaze with a painted pansy design, executed by Sallie Toohey in 1888, #451, 7"w x 2"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 29. Nice Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with a detailed floral design, executed by Kate Machette in 1893, #443C, 3.5"w x 6.25"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 30. Stickley Brothers side chairs, set of four, #312 1/2, three vertical slats at back above a saddle seat, numbered, some signed with metal tag, enhanced original finish, 16"w x 16"d x 38"h, very good condition $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 31. Gustav Stickley library table, #636, thick circular top above splayed legs supported by arched cross-stretchers with key and tenon construction, ghost of a paper label and red decal, original finish to base, lightly recoated finish to top, 48"dia x 29.5"h, very good condition $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 32. Gustav Stickley dining table, circular top on a notched cross-stretcher base with central peg, original finish to base, cleaned original finish to top, branded signature and paper label, two 12" leaves, 48"dia x 29"h, very good condition $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 33. Gustav Stickley music cabinet, #70, paneled door with original iron pull, slab sides with through-tenon construction, branded signature, original finish, 20.5"w x 16"d x 47.5"h, very good condition $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 34. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, footed shape with a bulbous bottom, original patina, marked, #357, 5"w x 11"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 35. Arequipa vase, small form covered in a blue matte glaze, signed, 2.5"w x 4"h $350 - $450 More Information
Click For More Info 36. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, cylindrical shape with a curved rim, original patina, unmarked, 4"w x 9.5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 37. Clewell bowl, unusual all-ceramic form with faux rivets, covered in a brown matte glaze, marked, 4"w x 1.5"h $50 - $100 More Information
Click For More Info 38. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, bulbous shape with a small opening at top, original patina, marked, #363, 5"w x 5.5"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 39. Rare Clewell bowl, copper-clad pottery, raised design of fruit, original patina, unmarked, 8"w x 3"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 40. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, footed bottle shape, original patina, marked, #367-4, 3"w x 7"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 41. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, swollen shape with a curved rim, original patina, marked, #209, 7"w x 9"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 42. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, large form with a bulbous bottom, original patina, marked, #257-2-6, 7"w x 15.5"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 43. Important Limbert office desk, from the Charles P. Limbert Company office, original damaged leather top and telephone stand above a series of drawers and paneled sides, right side with an adjustable typewriter return, original finish, some restoration, branded signature, 67"w x 36"d x 37"h, very good condition This desk is believed to be Charles Limbert's own office desk. Though similar to the other office desks seen in the period photograph of the Limbert offices, this desk appears to be both wider and deeper than the employees' desks and has a leather top. This desk also lacks the "modesty panel," which adorned desks used by ladies in the office. $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 44. Randahl bowls, two, lobed forms in sterling silver, both signed, larger: 9.5"dia x 2"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 45. Randahl candle holders, pair, in sterling silver, applied decoration at center, signed, 10"w x 5.5"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 46. Limbert server, trapezoidal form with two paneled doors flanking four drawers, interior has been specially adapted to hold woodworking tools of company owner Charles P. Limbert. Limbert was known to be a woodworker and this pieces was purchased from the family's estate sale, original copper hardware, some distress to top, 42"w x 16.5"d x 38.5"h, very good condition $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 47. Arts & Crafts fabric panel, in the manner of William Morris, with stylized floral design, 45" x 73", very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 48. H.G. Cleveland table lamp, tall candle form having a wire mesh shade with stenciled design on parchment, copper base with incised band and organic design to stem, base signed, original patina, 9.5"dia x 23"h, very good condition $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 49. Arts & Crafts linen, floral and medallion motifs, 49" x 69", very good condition $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 50. H.G. Cleveland table lamp, wire mesh shade with stenciled design on parchment supported by a curved copper base with organic details, base and shade signed, original patina, 8.5"dia x 12"h, very good condition $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 51. Gustav Stickley library table, #615, rectangular top above two drawers with original iron oval pulls, corbel supports at sides above a lower stretcher with thru-tenon construction, original finish to base, some restoration to top, signed with large red decal, 48"w x 30"d x 30"h, very good condition $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 52. H.G. Cleveland table lamp, wire mesh shade with stenciled design on parchment supported by a copper base with organic details, base and shade signed, lightly cleaned original patina, 9"dia x 12"h, very good condition $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 53. Early Gustav Stickley daybed, #191, five vertical slats at each end, supported by thru-tenon construction, replaced rope foundation and cushion, signed with red decal, original finish, 31"w x 80"l x 29.5"h, very good condition $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 54. Exceptional Rookwood plaque, covered with a fine Vellum glaze with a 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 very well done $8,000 - $11,000 More Information
Click For More Info 55. Large and unusual Rookwood vase, shouldered shape with an exceptionally painted landscape executed by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1909, #1652B, 7"w x 14.25"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 56. Exceptional Rookwood vase unusual shape with a nicely painted floral design on a multi-toned pink and red ground covered with a good matt glaze, executed by Harriett Wilcox in 1902, #412Z, 5.75"w x 15"h, a fine painted matte, uncrazed, a superior example of Arts & Crafts Rookwood $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 57. Good Rookwood vase, large form in an Iris glaze, beautifully executed painting of wisteria, done by Olga Reed in 1903, #932B, 6"w x 14.5"h, ground X $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 58. Fine Rookwood plaque, Vellum glaze with a beautifully painted scene titled "Late Afternoon, Venice," executed by Carl Schmidt, framed, plaque: 10"w x 8.5"h, overall: 15.5"w x 13.5"h $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 59. Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in an Iris glaze, unusual floral design carved and painted by Sara Sax in 1900, #S1586, X417X, 4.5"w x 6.5"h $500 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 60. Rookwood Faience tile, round form with a ship design, marked, impressed numbers: J182, 442 and 3232YS, 12"dia x 2" thick $800 - $1,100 More Information
Click For More Info 61. Rookwood vase, flaring shape in a Vellum glaze with a delicate cherry blossom design, painted by Lorinda Epply in 1913, #1655F, 3,5"w x 7"h $500 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 62. Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with a carved and painted design of three fish at top, executed by Lorinda Epply in 1908, #904E, 3.5"w x 7"h, ground X $500 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 63. Nice Rookwood vase, tapered and shouldered shape with a geometric design covered in a green matte glaze, 1923, #2421, 5.5"w x 10"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 64. Rookwood vase, tapered shape in a wax matte glaze, floral design on a yellow ground, executed by Elizabeth Lincoln in 1929, #2544, 4"w x 8.25"h $350 - $450 More Information
Click For More Info 65. Rookwood handled vessel, large form with a colorful stylized decoration, executed by Jens Jensen in 1900, #6320, 7"w x 9"h, ground X $350 - $450 More Information
Click For More Info 66. Rookwood vase, panelled shape in a wax matte glaze with a colorful stylized designs, done by Sallie Coyne in 1927, #2934, 4"w x 10.5"h $400 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 67. Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in a matte glaze, painted leafy branches against a lavender ground, executed by Janet Harris in 1930, #927E, 5.5"w x 7.25"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 68. Early Gustav Stickley dining table, similar to #634, circular top above five legs with cross stretchers supported by key and tenon construction, four 11" quarter-sawn oak leaves in original case, refinished, unsigned, 54"dia x 30"h, very good condition $3,500 - $5,500 More Information
Click For More Info 69. Gustav Stickley dining chairs, set of six, #1291 and #1291A, five side chairs and one armchair, rabbit-ear form with wide horizontal slat at back, key and tenon construction at sides over a replaced leather seat, inverted "V" seat rail, some signed with Eastwood paper label, refinished, side chair: 18"w x 16"d x 38"h, armchair: 24"w x 21"d x 41"h, very good condition $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 70. Rare L & JG Stickley revolving game/dining table, #713, fixed circular top on a corbelled base, refinished, branded signature, 60"dia x 29"h, very good condition $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 71. Teco vase, #115, designed by Fritz Albert, unusual three-footed shape with a clover-shaped top and cut-outs at bottom, covered in a good green matte glaze with charcoal highlights, impressed marks, 7"w x 9"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 72. Nice George Ohr vase, large piece, pinched and tortured rim under a black glaze, marked, 5"w x 5"h $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Clewell vase, copper-clad pottery, large bulbous shape, original patina, marked, 7"w x 11.5"h, breaks to copper $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 74. Grueby vase, executed by Ruth Erickson, leaf design covered in a green matte glaze, impressed mark and artist signed, 5"dia x 7"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Teco vase, #182, designed by Fritz Albert and William Gates, large organic form covered in a good green matte glaze with charcoal highlights, impressed marks, 8.5"w x 16"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 76. Good Norse vase, large double handled shape in a black metallic glaze with incised geometric designs, marked, #14, 12"w x 6"h, nice example $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 77. Chicago Crucible vase, twisting form covered in a brown and green crystalline glaze, marked, 4.5"w x 8"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 78. Grueby vase, unusual flaring shape with carved and applied vertical leaves, covered in a suspended green matte glaze, impressed mark, artist initials E.R., 6"w x 3.5"h $800 - $1,100 More Information
Click For More Info 79. Unusual Buffalo Pottery Deldare Ware advertising plate, painted design of three buildings, marked, initials M.H., 6.5"dia $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 80. Newcomb College vase, beautifully carved and painted landscape with moss-laden trees and moon, executed by Sadie Irvine, #UB85, 6"w x 4"h $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Nice Newcomb College vase, tapered shape with a carved and painted landscape with moss laden trees, executed by Anna Frances Simpson, #JZ45, 4"w x 8"h $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 82. Exceptional Newcomb College vase, large classic shape with a beautifully carved and painted floral design, executed by Sadie Irvine, #LV76, 6.5"w x 9.5"h, a large and fine example $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 83. Good Newcomb College vase, four-handled form with carved and painted trumpet flowers, executed by Sadie Irvine, #IP34, 6"w x 4"h $800 - $1,100 More Information
Click For More Info 84. Nice Overbeck vase, interesting tapering shape with an unusual carved organic design, all covered in a good brown matte glaze, marked, 3"w x 5.5"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 85. Early and fine Van Briggle vase, c. 1903, carved poppy pod design covered with a good blue matte glaze, incised marks, 6"w x 9.5"h, great example of American Art Nouveau ceramics $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 86. L & JG Stickley armchair, #408, curved vertical slats at back and slats at sides, thru-tenon construction, recovered leather seat, recoated original finish, signed "The Work of...", 27"w x 25"d x 32"h, very good condition $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 87. Uncommon Handel lamp, bronzed metal base supporting a colorful glass shade with an overlaid and painted cattail pattern, overall: 18"w x 23"h, some flaking $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 88. L & JG Stickley table, #599, mouse-hole form original finish to base, top refinished, signed "The Work of..." minor repair to leg, 48"w x 32"d x 29"h, very good condition $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 89. L & JG Stickley server, #750, tall form with plate rail at back above two half and one full drawer, original hammered copper hardware over a lower shelf, signed with Handcraft decal, refinished, 48"w x 23"d x 49"h, very good condition $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 90. Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with finely painted leaves and berries, executed by Lenore Asbury in 1909, #1660D, 4"w x 8.75"h $550 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 91. Rookwood ginger jar, large form in a Vellum glaze with a beautiful painting of roses, by Ed Diers in 1925, #1321C, 5"w x 6"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 92. Rookwood vase, Vellum glaze with a nicely painted delicate cherry blossom design, done by E.T. Hurley in 1910, #1658F, 3"w x 6.5"h $450 - $650 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Exceptional Rookwood vase, Iris glaze with a unusually painted Venetian scene, executed by Carl Schmidt in 1902, #786D, 4"w x 8.5"h, a master of this decoration, Schmidt very rarely did these in Iris glaze. He usually produced them in Rookwood's famous Vellum glaze $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 94. Rare Rookwood vase, bulbous shouldered shape in an Iris glaze, decorated with an unusual Eagle Owl, beautifully painted by Grace Young in 1904, #940D, 5"w x 9"h $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 95. Unusual Rookwood vase, tapered shape in a Porcelain glaze, carries a colorfully painted floral design at shoulder, executed by an unknown artist in 1919, #938D, 4.25"w x 6.75"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 96. Rookwood vase, bulbous shape in an Iris glaze with beautifully painted wisteria, executed by Caroline Steinle in 1909, #900D, 4"w x 6.5"h, hairline $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 97. Fine Rookwood vase, tapering cylindrical shape with a Vellum glaze with an unusually nice design of violets, executed by Fred Rothenbusch in 1925, #1358F, 3.25"w x 6"h, uncrazed and very clean $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 98. Stickley Brothers drink stand, #2615, copper top over a wide arched apron and splayed tapered legs, refinished, some wear to patina, unsigned, numbered, 18"dia x 28"h, very good condition $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 99. Harden Morris chair, flat-arm form with vertical slats under each arm, nicely recovered leather seat above an arched rail, refinished, unsigned, 32"w x 36"d x 37"h, very good condition $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 100. Stickley Brothers drink table, #2615, circular copper top above a wide notched arched apron on a tapered leg, some cleaning to original copper top, refinished, unsigned, 18"dia x 28"h, very good condition $800 - $1,000 More Information


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