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Sale Date: September 13th, 2014


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Click For More Info 1. Exceptional Rookwood vase, large and attractive shape covered in a flawless Iris glaze, incredibly detailed ocean scene with crashing waves and several seagulls in flight, beautifully painted by Carl Schimdt in 1908, shape #787B, 9.5"w x 15"h, uncrazed, typically exquisite artwork by one of Rookwood's finest painters Footnote: We've encountered a few pieces with this subject matter including one in the permanent collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum executed by Artis Van Briggle in a sea green glaze. This example is the finest of them all in our opinion. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 2. Exceptional Rookwood vase, large gently tapered shape covered in a Vellum glaze, beautiful vibrant green and purple peacock feather design, finely carved and painted by Sara Sax in 1916, #925C, 5.5"w x 11"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 3. Gustav Stickley desk, #711, central drawer flanked by writing slides and series of drawers, original iron hardware, refinished, signed with red decal, minor roughness, 60"w x 32"d x 30.25"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 4. Benedict Studios chafing dish stand, copper and wood stand supports a terra cotta chafing dish, damage to chafing dish, 15"w x 14.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 5. Gustav Stickley three-drawer library table, #619, original hard-leather top, original iron oval pulls, lower shelf, original finish, signed with large red decal, 67"w x 37"d x 30"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 6. * Fine Pewabic bowl, unusual flaring shape with a flattened rim under a red and green metallic glaze, marked, 7"w x 3"h, rare glaze, exquisite color, extremely unusual Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 7. * Nice Pewabic vase, waisted shape under a brown and green metallic glaze, marked, 6"w x 4.5"h, excellent glaze with nice iridescence Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 8. * Good Pewabic vase, small shape, covered in a metallic glaze with a nice overall iridescence, marked, 2"w x 2.5"h, minor glaze chip to foot Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 9. * Nice Pewabic vase, hand-thrown shape under a blue and green metallic glaze, marked, two paper labels, 5"w x 4"h, beautiful glaze with matte and metallic highlights Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 10. * Exceptional Pewabic vase, hand-thrown bulbous shape under a gray and black metallic glaze, marked, 6"w x 7.5"h, exceptional glaze, heavy finger ridges Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 11. Gustav Stickley bookcase, #716, two-door form with original iron hardware and thru-tenon construction at sides, original finish, some stains to top, signed with paper label and red decal, 43"w x 13"d x 56"h $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 12. Roycroft candle holder, in hammered copper, signed with orb, 4"w x 3.25"h $100 - $150 More Information
Click For More Info 13. The Kalo Shop bowl, in copper, low circular form, original patina, marked Kalo, 10"dia x 2"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 14. Jarvie chamber stick, Eta form, hammered copper, original patina, no bobeche, signed, 5.75"w x 2.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 15. Gustav Stickley dining table, original square top on a pedestal base has been altered to a rectangular form by including two leaves and an apron, two additional 11" leaves, top refinished and corners rounded, replaced sliding mechanism, signed with red decal, 72"w x 44"d x 28.5"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 16. * Pewabic plate, multiple flying geese at edge, covered in a blue and white glaze, marked, 10"dia Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $550 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 17. * Clifton vase, 165, bulbous shape with a long neck, under a green matte glaze, marked, dated 1905, 5"w x 10.5"h Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $350 - $450 More Information
Click For More Info 18. * Unusual Pewabic plate, nicely decorated with rabbits and trees at edge, marked, 10.5"dia Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $750 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 19. * Exceptional Pewabic vase, shouldered hand-thrown shape, covered in a green metallic glaze with bronze-colored accents, marked, paper label, 7"w x 6"h, nice form with an excellent metallic glaze Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 20. * Pewabic vase, bulbous shape covered in a multi-toned blue metallic glaze, marked, 6"w x 8"h, minor chip to base Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $800 - $1,100 More Information
Click For More Info 21. * Pewabic vase, covered with a green, brown and blue metallic glaze, marked, 6.5" x 5.5"h, restoration and factory chip at rim Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 22. * Good Pewabic vase, hand-thrown shouldered shape under an iridescent metallic glaze, marked, 4"w x 6"h, excellent glaze Property from the Collection of Barry Briskin, New York $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 23. Lillian Palmer hanging light fixture, c. 1915, conical copper fixture holds original mica panels, original patina and ceiling cap, unsigned, shade: 24"dia x 12"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 24. Gustav Stickley lamp table, #644, circular top over a notched cross-stretcher base with a faceted central peg, signed with paper label, recoated and worn original finish, 30.5"dia x 29"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 25. Oscar Bach floor lamp, attribution, in bronze with flutist Pan finial on a base with five spade feet on reticulated bronze over marble, unsigned, 12"dia x 71"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 26. Tobey Furniture Company lamp table, circular top with thru-post construction and a double apron, notched cross-stretcher base, separation to top, unsigned, numbered, refinished, 43"dia x 29"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 27. Gustav Stickley chairs, set of six, #306 1/2, three horizontal slats at back above a worn original leatherette seat with original tacks, original finish, branded signature, minor looseness, 17"w x 18"d x 36"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 28. Pewabic vase, baluster form with ribbed surface covered in an indigo and purple iridescent glaze, signed with stamped mark to bottom, 7.25"w x 11.5"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 29. Van Briggle vase, 1907, bulbous form in unusual unglazed terra cotta, carved arowhead plant and blossom design, signed and dated, 9"w x 9"h $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Click For More Info 30. Teco bowl, #340, good Prairie form designed by W. B. Mundie, covered in a green matte glaze, signed, 10.5"w x 2.5"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 31. Van Briggle vase, 1906, impressive large and broad shape with carved poppy design, covered in a green/tan matte glaze, incised marks and dated, 10"w x 15.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 32. Early Gustav Stickley chalet desk, #505, paneled drop-front form with key and tenon construction at sides, peaked top with pierced design, complete interior, original finish, unsigned, 24"w x 17"d x 46"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 33. L & JG Stickley library table, #405, from the Onondaga Shops, rectangular top above three drawers and a lower stretcher supported by thru-tenon construction, replaced hardware, worn original finish, 56"w x 34.5"d x 29"h $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 34. Arts & Crafts chairs, set of six, three vertical slats at back above a recovered leather spring cushion, some damage, refinished, 19"w x 18"d x 37.5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 35. Heintz vase, verdigris patina with daffodil pattern in silver overlay, signed, 4"w x 10"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 36. Early Heintz desk set, six pieces, cast bronze with applied "Architectural" accents, letter rack, inkwell, stamp box, pen tray, calendar and blotter, letter rack: 9.5"w x 3"d x 8.5"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 37. Heintz vase, sterling on bronze, applied fuchsia design, impressed mark, 4"w x 11.75"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 38. Navajo Chief's blanket, circa 1920, executed in tones of tan, red and black with cross decoration, 36" x 64" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 39. English Arts & Crafts mirror, c. 1905, octagonal frame in pewter, geometric decoration to edges, two round Ruskin ceramic inserts in an eye shape, 28"w x 20.5"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 40. Roycroft candelabrum, in twisted and curled hammered copper with a worn brass wash, signed, 9.75"w x 6"d x 20"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 41. English Arts & Crafts mirror, oval frame in copper, warty finish with four spaced repousse mounts, beveled plate, lightly cleaned patina, 16.5 x 22"d $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 42. Silver Crest vases, two, #8092 and #1036X, both sterling decorated bronze with an applied floral design, largest: 3.5"w x 7"h; with a Heintz vase, sterling on bronze with an applied floral design, 5"w x 5"h, all marked, all with original patina $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 43. Arthur Wesley Dow (American, 1857- 1922), Modern Art (from Les Maitres de l'Affiche), 1896, color lithograph, printed by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, signed in plate, plate 36, marked in margin, matted and framed, 5.5"w x 7"h image, 25.5"w x 22"h frame $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 44. Louis John Rhead (British, 1857-1926), The Sun (from Les Maitres de l'Affiche), 1896, text reads Advertising in the Sun Gives Best Results, color lithograph, printed by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, signed in plate, plate 8, marked and embossed in margin, matted and framed, 14.5"w x 9"h image, 22.5"w x 16.5"h frame $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 45. Arts & Crafts table lamp, green slag glass on a two-socket base, original finish, 14"w x 14"d x 23"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 46. Handel/Steuben floor lamp, a Steuben shade in green glass with platinum border held on a Handel harp base, base has been cleaned, base signed with cloth tag, shade unsigned, shade: 9.75"w overall: 13.5"w x 57.5"h $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 47. Arts & Crafts table lamp, four socket oak base supports a mica shade, refinished base, replaced mica, 15.5"sq x 22.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 48. Fine and early Van Briggle vase, c. 1903, large double gourd form with two whiplash handles, deeply carved organic design under a good red matte glaze, 9.5"w x 7"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 49. Arts & Crafts unusual mixed metals box, large rectangular hinged form, peaked lid with applied cut-out "ESG" monogram, bezel-inset cat's-eye cabochon and two bezel-inset agate cabochons, applied riveted decoration throughout, interior tray with acid-etched decoration, walnut base, unmarked, 13 1/2"w x 5 5/8"d x 3 1/2"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 50. Unusual Teco vase, #268, designed by W.B. Mundie, large bulbous base with flared square opening, covered in a good green matte glaze, signed, 8.5"w x 11"h $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 51. Rare Walrath vase, 1902, large form with a raised design of milkweed pods, all covered in a green matte glaze, incised signature, NY and 1902 on base, 6"w x 9.5"h, Footnote: This example was executed by Frederick Walrath, at the age of 31, in Alfred, New York. It is possible that Walrath travelled to Chicago, IL, with this particular vase and later parted with it during his time working at the University of Chicago. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 52. Roycroft desk set, five pieces in hammered brass, consisting of blotter, blotter corners, letter opener, pen tray and letter rack, original patina, signed with orb, letter rack: 5.5"w x 1.5"d x 3"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 53. Roycroft desk set, six pieces in acid-etched brass patina, consisting of inkwell with original glass insert, blotter, blotter corners, letter rack, pen tray and letter opener, original patina, signed with orb, letter rack: 5"w x 2.25"d x 3.25"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 54. Roycroft desk set, four pieces in hammered brass, consisting of book ends, letter rack, inkwell with original glass insert and letter opener, original patina, signed with orb, letter rack: 5.75"w x 2.25"d x 4"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 55. Marshall Field & Co. stamp box, rectangular form in bronze, Art Nouveau decoration, original patina, applied tag reads "Made in our / Craft Shop / Marshall Field & Co.", 4"w x 3 1/8"d x 1 1/2"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 56. Arts & Crafts lamp, hammered copper base supporting a conical shade in copper and mica with unusual inset leather medallions, original patina, unmarked, 18"w x 23"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 57. Heintz box, rectangular form in bronze, applied sterling geometric design on lid, marked, numbered 4095 A / 55, 8 3/8"w x 3 3/8"d x 2 5/8"h $150 - $250 More Information
Click For More Info 58. Fulper effigy bowl, bowl covered in a blue flambe glaze with matte glaze at base, signed, 10.25"w x 7.25"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 59. Silver Crest humidor, in bronze, decorated band in a gallion motif, interior glass liner, original patina, marked, 5.5"dia x 6.25"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 60. Good Fulper vase, very large and broad shape covered with an exceptional Chinese blue glaze, signed, 12"w x 12"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 61. Frances Hammell Gearhart (American, 1869-1958), Hills that Upheld the Sky, color woodcut, titled lower left, signed lower right, matted and framed, 10"w x 10.5"h image, 19"sq frame $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 62. The Kalo Shop nut bowls, group of three, unusual size in hammered copper with cleaned patina, all signed, two with applied silver monogram, 4"w x 1.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 63. Gustav Stickley Morris chair, #369, spindled drop-arm form with new cushions over a replaced sling seat, refinished, unsigned, 33"w x 38"d x 40"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 64. Gustav Stickley drop-leaf table, #671, opens to a circular top above a shoe foot base, branded signature, fine original finish, closed: 32"w x 14"d x 30"h $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 65. Gustav Stickley library table, #649, rectangular top above a single blind drawer and lower stretcher, original finish, some wear to top, signed with red decal, 30"w x 20"d x 30"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 66. Limbert magazine stand, #300, four shelves supported by slab sides with cut-outs and spindles, branded signature, original finish, minor ring to top, minor roughness, 20.5"w x 14"d x 37"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 67. E.T. Hurley colored etching, Cincinnati Canal Scene, 1917/1933, 10" x 13", signed, framed $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 68. Stickley Brothers magazine stand, #4702, three shelves with spindles at sides, worn original finish with stains to top, unsigned, numbered, 26.25"w x 12.25"d x 31.5"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 69. L & JG Stickley library table, #523, two-drawer form, with original copper hardware, corbel supports at leg and thru-tenon construction, lower shelf, cleaned original finish, signed with Handcraft decal, stains to top, 54"w x 32"d x 29.5"h $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 70. Potter Studio desk set, in brass, applied pewter floral medallion decoration, blotter pad with blotter ends, letter rack, paper knife, pair of bookends, original patina, marked Potter / Studio, letter rack: 6.5"w x 2.75"d x 4.5"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 71. Clewell mug, three handled form, copper-clad pottery with lizard decoration, signed, 7"w x 5.25"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 72. English Arts & Crafts candelabrum, Cotswold School, c. 1910, in wrought iron with three candle holders, original patina, 11"w x 7"d x 14"h $300 - $400 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Early and rare Van Briggle vase, c. 1907-1911, unusual copper-clad form with a molded floral design, original patina, incised marks, 5"w x 5.5"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 74. Hampshire vase, large form with leaf and bud design covered in a matte green glaze, original factory drill hole, bronze insert at rim, signed, 9"w x 15"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Roseville Egypto/Chloron vase, double handled shape covered in a green matte glaze, unmarked, 6.5"w x 9"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 76. Rare Clewell vase, swollen copper-clad shape with a carved lily design, original patina, incised artist initials, marked, #827, 3.5"w x 6.5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 77. Unusual Rookwood vase, double handled shape in a Standard glaze with nicely painted cherry blossom design, applied silver overlay with a stylized floral and lattice motif, executed by Mary Perkins in 1891, #607C, 5"w x 5.25"h, a rare style and application of silve $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 78. Rookwood handled vessel, three handled form in a Standard glaze, corn and wheat design painted by Mary Nourse in 1900, #830E, 6"w x 5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 80. Rookwood vase, double handled shape in a Standard glaze with finely painted and detailed blossoms, applied silver overlay with a stylized floral design, executed by Charles Dibowski in 1891, #533E, 4"w x 7"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Silver Overlay Ceramic handled vessel, bulbous shape covered in a brown matte glaze, applied silver overlay with corn and grape designs, unmarked, 6"w x 8"h $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 82. Rookwood vase, tapered shape, Porcelain glaze with finely painted cherry blossoms, executed by Lorinda Epply in 1921, #295E, 3.5"w x 7.5"h, uncrazed $550 - $750 More Information
Click For More Info 83. Rookwood covered vessel, Limoges glaze with a finely painted scene featuring bats and spiders among berry-filled branches, 1891, #96G, faint impressed initials, attributed to M.L. Nichols, 5.5" w x 7"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 84. Limbert bookcase, #341, three-door form with adjustable shelves, refinished, unsigned, 48"w x 11"d x 46"h $2,000 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 85. Pauline Pottery bowl, painted blue organic design, unmarked, 4"w x 3"h; with a Pauline Pottery bowl, two handled form with a fluted edge, painted leaves and flowers, marked, 12.5"w x 3"h; with a Pauline Pottery bowl, yellow and blue floral design, Underglaze painting on bisque painted on base, unmarked, 6"w x 2.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 86. Pauline Pottery bowl, lobed form with three handles, trailing vine and flower decor overall, three flower grouping to interior, unmarked, 8"w x 3"h; with a Pauline Pottery bowl, lobed form with three handles, overall floral decor and gold highlights, largest: 11"w x 4"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 87. Good Limbert library table, #172, rectangular top with a drawer on each side having original copper hardware, full length corbels at legs, double key and tenon construction at lower shelf, good original finish, branded signature, 48"w x 34"d x 29"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 88. Arts & Crafts hall bench, probably Irish, slab sides with deeply carved Celtic design supported by key and tenon construction, chamfered board back, original finish, 44"w x 20"d x 50"h $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 89. OMS Onandoga fern dish, attribution, hammered copper, 8.25"w x 3.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 90. Good Gustav Stickley dining table, #634, circular top over a cross-stretcher base with thru-tenon construction, two original 11" leaves, fine original finish, signed, 54"dia x 29"h $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 91. Rookwood Faience tile, large form with a carved and painted landscape design, marked, 12"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 92. Rookwood Faience tile, large form with a carved and painted landscape design with houses, marked, 12"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Rookwood Faience tile, large form with a carved and painted landscape design, marked, 12"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 94. Rookwood Faience fireplace tile frieze, group of 30 carved and painted landscape tiles, #2688, top row consists of 6 leaf and berry tiles, #1148Y, all marked, overall: 30" x 36", each tile: 6"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 95. Rookwood Faience fireplace tiles, lot of 29, (one shown), all in a brown matte glaze, all marked, 26 tiles: 6"sq, 4 tiles: 3" x 6" Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 96. Rookwood Faience fireplace tiles, lot of 28, (one shown), each with one rounded edge, all in a brown matte glaze, all marked, each tile: 6"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 97. Rookwood Faience fireplace tile frieze, group of 5 carved and painted rose tiles, #1281YB2, all marked, overall: 30"l, each tile: 6"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 98. Rookwood Faience tiles, lot of thirteen, (six shown), raised leaf and berry design, in green, tan and brown, #1148Y, each tile: 6"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 99. Rookwood Faience fireplace tile frieze, group of 4 carved and painted rose tiles, (two shown), #1281YB2, all marked, as is, overall: 18"l, each tile: 6"sq Provenance: Tennessee Governor's Mansion, Nashville, 1921-1949 (tiles salvaged in 1979, upon demolition) $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 100. Pauline Pottery kerosene lamp, pottery base with flowers and foliage, glass shade and chimney, replaced brass fittings, unmarked, overall: 9"w x 22.5"h $350 - $450 More Information


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