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Click For More Info 1. Virginia B. Demarest for Rookwood Pottery, Lotus Blossom vase, #T1239, Cincinnati, OH, 1900, Sea Green glazed ceramic, electro-deposit bronze, impressed marks, 5"w x 5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH Literature: S.G. Burt, Record Book of: 2,292 Pieces of Early Rookwood Pottery in the Cincinnati Art Museum in 1916, Cincinnati, 1978, p. 142 $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Sold for $12,000.00
Click For More Info 2. Charles (Carl) Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, Sweet Peas vase, #940D, Cincinnati, OH, 1908, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 5"dia x 10"h, Provenance: The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH Literature: Edwin J. Kircher and Barbara Joseph Agranoff, Rookwood, Its Golden Era of Art Pottery 1880-1929, Cincinnati, 1969 $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Sold for $1,200.00
Click For More Info 3. Sara Sax (1870-1949) for Rookwood Pottery, Magnolia Branches vase, #2918B, Cincinnati, OH, 1926, Black Opal glazed ceramic, impressed marks, Chinese Plum color, 9"dia x 12"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $3,000.00
Click For More Info 4. Matthew A. Daly (1860-1937) for Rookwood Pottery, Chrysanthemums vase, #162B, Cincinnati, OH, 1885, Dull Finish glazed and carved ceramic, impressed marks, Japanese influence, 9"dia x 11"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Sold for $3,250.00
Click For More Info 5. Lenore Asbury (1866-1933) for Rookwood Pottery, Banded Landscape vase, #1664C, Cincinnati, OH, 1915, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 6"dia x 13"h, Provenance: Berger Family Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $1,800.00
Click For More Info 6. Elizabeth N. Lincoln (1876-1957) for Rookwood Pottery, Sunflower vase, #30D, Cincinnati, OH, 1923, Matte glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 4.5"dia x 9.5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,200.00
Click For More Info 7. Lenore Asbury (1866-1933) for Rookwood Pottery, Water Lilies vase, #394CZ, Cincinnati, OH, 1904, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 8"dia x 11"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Sold for $2,400.00
Click For More Info 8. Charles (Carl) Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, Peacock Feather vase, #907F, Cincinnati, OH, 1911, Black Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 3.5"dia x 8"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $4,750.00
Click For More Info 9. Anna Marie Valentien (1862-1947) for Rookwood Pottery, Poppies vase, #942B, Cincinnati, OH, 1905, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 6.5"dia x 7.5"h, Provenance: Glover Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Sold for $2,000.00
Click For More Info 10. Kataro Shirayamadani (1865-1948) for Rookwood Pottery, Wild Roses vase, #1356E, Cincinnati, OH, 1928, Porcelain glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 4"dia x 7.5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 11. Edward Timothy Hurley (1869-1950) for Rookwood Pottery, Birds and Branches vase, #2245, Cincinnati, OH, 1924, Pink Tinted high glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 7.5"dia x 8"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH, $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Sold for $3,750.00
Click For More Info 12. Sturgis Laurence (1870-1961) for Rookwood Pottery, Big Navajo Native American portrait vase, #787C, Cincinnati, OH, 1898, Standard glazed ceramic, impressed marks, titled, 7"dia x 11"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Sold for $5,000.00
Click For More Info 13. Sallie Coyne (1876-1939) for Rookwood Pottery, Chrysanthemums vase, #907D, Cincinnati, OH, 1901, Sea Green glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 4.5"dia x 10.5"h, Provenance: The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $2,500.00
Click For More Info 14. Lenore Asbury (1866-1933) for Rookwood Pottery, Hyacinths vase, #821C, Cincinnati, OH, 1906, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 4"dia x 10"h, Provenance: Glover Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 15. Charles (Carl) Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, Irises vase, #907C, Cincinnati, OH, 1910, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 5.5"dia x 14"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $8,000 - $11,000 More Information
Sold for $7,000.00
Click For More Info 16. Lenore Asbury (1866-1933) for Rookwood Pottery, Lake Landscape plaque, Cincinnati, OH, 1919, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, plaque: 7.5"w x 9.5"h; overall: 11.5"w x 13.5"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $2,700.00
Click For More Info 17. Charles (Carl) Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, On the Grand Canal-Venice plaque, Cincinnati, OH, 1915, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, plaque: 12.5"w x 9.5"h; overall: 15.5"w x 12.5"h, Provenance: The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $5,500 - $7,500 More Information
Sold for $10,000.00
Click For More Info 18. Sallie Coyne (1876-1939) for Rookwood Pottery, Landscape vase, #295E, Cincinnati, OH, 1923, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 3.5"dia x 7.5"h, Provenance: Glover Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Sold for $1,000.00
Click For More Info 19. Edward Timothy Hurley (1869-1950) for Rookwood Pottery, Crows in the Snow vase, #951C, Cincinnati, OH, 1908, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 4.5"dia x 10.5"h, Provenance: Glover Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Sold for $3,000.00
Click For More Info 20. Clara C. Lindeman (1871-1960) for Rookwood Pottery, Pine Tree Branches vase, #900D, Cincinnati, OH, 1906, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 4"dia x 6.5"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,300.00
Click For More Info 21. Irene Bishop (1881-1925) for Rookwood Pottery, Nasturtiums vase, #604E, Cincinnati, OH, 1905, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 4.5"w x 6"h, Provenance: The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $900.00
Click For More Info 22. Charles (Carl) Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, Crocuses vase, #904C, Cincinnati, OH, 1908, Iris glazed ceramic, impressed marks, uncrazed, 4.5"dia x 10.5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Sold for $2,000.00
Click For More Info 23. Anna Marie Valentien (1862-1947) for Rookwood Pottery, Crocus Bulbs vase, #950E, Cincinnati, OH, 1905, Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 3.5"dia x 7"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,000.00
Click For More Info 24. Sara Sax (1870-1949) for Rookwood Pottery, Harbor Scene vase, #917D, Cincinnati, OH, 1911, Green Vellum glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 4.5"dia x 8"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Sold for $4,000.00
Click For More Info 25. Sallie Coyne (1876-1939) for Rookwood Pottery, Tulip vase, #901, Cincinnati, OH, 1902, Standard glazed ceramic, silver overlay, impressed marks, 3.5"dia x 7.5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Sold for $1,600.00
Click For More Info 26. Matthew A. Daly (1860-1937) for Rookwood Pottery, Azalea vase, #S1174, Cincinnati, OH, 1895, Standard glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 5"dia x 15"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 27. William E. Hentschel (1892-1962) for Rookwood Pottery, Horses vase, #6193C, Cincinnati, OH, 1931, Matte glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 6.5"dia x 8.5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnati Collection, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $800 - $1,100 More Information
Sold for $1,000.00
Click For More Info 28. Jens Jensen (1898-1978) for Rookwood Pottery, Warrior and Centaur vase, #2984A, Cincinnati, OH, 1948, Porcelain glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 8"dia x 16"h, Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction, The Collection of Ed and Anne Berger, Cincinnati, OH $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Sold for $3,500.00
Click For More Info 29. Fulper Pottery Co., lamp, Flemington, NJ, glazed ceramic, slag glass, signed, numbered, 14"dia x 17"h $9,000 - $12,000 More Information
Sold for $7,500.00
Click For More Info 30. Gustav Stickley, open bookcase, #703 1/2, Eastwood, NY, oak, signed with Eastwood paper label, Harvey Ellis design, rare large form, 60"w x 14"d x 58"h, Catalogue Note: en suite with the following lot $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Sold for $6,000.00
Click For More Info 31. Gustav Stickley, open bookcase, #703 1/2, Eastwood, NY, oak, signed with Eastwood paper label, Harvey Ellis design, rare large form, 60"w x 14"d x 58"h, Catalogue Note: en suite with the preceding lot $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Sold for $6,000.00
Click For More Info 32. Robert Riddle Jarvie (1865-1941), Kappa candlesticks, pair, Chicago, IL, brass, unsigned, 6"dia x 14"h $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Sold for $4,000.00
Click For More Info 33. Walrich, bowl, Berkeley, CA, green glazed ceramic, enamel, marked, 8"dia x 2.5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $100.00
Click For More Info 34. Weller Pottery Company, L'Art Nouveau bowl, Zanesville, OH, matte glazed ceramic, marked, mermaid motif, 7"dia x 3.5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $200.00
Click For More Info 35. Dirk Van Erp (1860-1933), jardiniere, San Francisco, CA, hammered copper, signed with closed box mark, 11''dia x 6.5''h $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Sold for $2,000.00
Click For More Info 36. Gustav Stickley, twin bed, #923, Eastwood, NY, oak, branded signature, Harvey Ellis influence, 40"w x 75"l x 44"h $500 - $700 More Information
Sold for $1,100.00
Click For More Info 37. Gustav Stickley, dresser, #625, Eastwood, NY, oak, unsigned, early form with unusual copper hardware and mirror support, 42"w x 22"d x 64"h, $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Sold for $6,500.00
Click For More Info 38. Teco, Fritz Albert (1865-1940), designer, vase, #233, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, numbered, unsigned, 8"dia x 14"h $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 39. Grand Feu Art Pottery, vase, Los Angeles, CA, wood grain glazed ceramic, signed, 6''dia x 13"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $6,000.00
Click For More Info 40. Teco, E. J. Paulson (b. 1881), designer, vase, #260, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signatures, 9"dia x 13"h $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 41. Gustav Stickley, dinner gong, Eastwood, NY, oak, unsigned, 24"w x 10.5"d x 37"h, $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Click For More Info 42. Gustav Stickley, sideboard, #814, Eastwood, NY, oak, original iron, signed with paper label and branded, 66"w x 24"d x 49"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $6,500.00
Click For More Info 43. Van Briggle Pottery & Tile, Crocus vase, #114, Colorado Springs, CO, circa 1903, light blue glazed ceramic, signed, 3"dia x 3.5"h $750 - $1,000 More Information
Sold for $950.00
Click For More Info 44. Van Briggle Pottery & Tile, vase, Colorado Springs, CO, circa 1906, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signature, 3.5"dia x 7"h $500 - $700 More Information
Sold for $1,400.00
Click For More Info 45. Van Briggle Pottery & Tile, Daffodil vase, Colorado Springs, CO, circa 1902, matte glazed ceramic, impressed AA, Van Briggle, III, dated, 4"dia x 10.75"h $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Sold for $1,200.00
Click For More Info 46. Van Briggle Pottery & Tile, vase, #285, Colorado Springs, CO, 1906, matte glazed ceramic, marked, 5.5"dia x 10"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,800.00
Click For More Info 48. Gustav Stickley, library table, #460L, Eastwood, NY, oak, leather, iron, signed with early red decal, early form, 66.5"w x 37.5"d x 30"h $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Sold for $9,500.00
Click For More Info 49. The Roycrofters, lamp, #902, East Aurora, NY, copper, mica, signed with orb, 10.5"dia x 14"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $2,300.00
Click For More Info 50. The Roycrofters, andirons, East Aurora, NY, wrought iron, unsigned, 12"w x 24"d x 26.5"h each, Provenance: Craftsman Auctions, The Collection of Robert and Elaine Dillof, Croton Falls, NY $800 - $1,100 More Information
Sold for $550.00
Click For More Info 51. The Roycrofters, Straddle chair, East Aurora, NY, oak, signed with orb, 24"w x 22"d x 34"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 52. Gustav Stickley, bookcase, #525, Eastwood, NY, oak, signed with early red decal, desirable early form, 45"w x 12"d x 56"h $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Sold for $6,000.00
Click For More Info 53. Gustav Stickley, Morris chair, #2342, Eastwood, NY, oak, signed with red box mark, 31"w x 36"d x 42"h $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Sold for $4,250.00
Click For More Info 54. Gustav Stickley, armchair, #2950, Eastwood, NY, oak, unsigned, 30.5"w x 29.5"d x 39"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $800.00
Click For More Info 55. Anna Frances Simpson (1880-1930) for Newcomb College, Landscape vase, #RB51, New Orleans, LA, 1928, polychrome glazed and decorated ceramic, signed, numbered, 3"dia x 5.5"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 56. George Ohr (1857-1918), bud vase, Biloxi, MS, glazed ceramic, signed G.E. Ohr, 2.25"dia x 4.5"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,000.00
Click For More Info 57. Anna Francis Simpson (1880-1930) for Newcomb College, Moonlit Landscape vase, QK33, New Orleans, LA, 1927, polychrome glazed ceramic, marked, 4.5"dia x 7"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Click For More Info 58. Sara Bloom Levy (d. 1955) for Newcomb College, mug, #P57, New Orleans, LA, 1902, polychrome painted ceramic, signed, numbered, 5"w x 4"h $1,200 - $1,700 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 59. George Ohr (1857-1918), cabinet vase, Biloxi, MS, glazed ceramic, signed, 3"dia x 5.75"h, Provenance: Robert A. Ellison Collection, Rago Art and Auction Center, Lambertville, NJ, March 2013 lot 111, Acquired from the above by the present owner $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Sold for $2,100.00
Click For More Info 60. L & JG Stickley, daybed, #292, Fayetteville, NY, oak, unsigned, 80"w x 30"d x 28"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Sold for $750.00
Click For More Info 61. Arts & Crafts, box, mixed metals, cat's eye agate, unusual, ESG monogram, 13 1/2"w x 5 5/8"d x 3 1/2"h $500 - $700 More Information
Sold for $500.00
Click For More Info 62. L & JG Stickley from The Onondaga Shops, settle, #1131 1/2, Fayetteville, NY, mahogany, unsigned, 60"w x 26"d x 40"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $3,000.00
Click For More Info 63. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), attribution, vase, Canton, OH, copper clad ceramic, unsigned, 4"dia x 8"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 64. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), vase, #466 147, Canton, OH, copper clad ceramic, signed, numbered, 4"dia x 5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $250.00
Click For More Info 65. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), vase, #503-210, Canton, OH, bronze, signed, numbered, 5.5"dia x 6"h $300 - $400 More Information
Sold for $225.00
Click For More Info 66. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), vase, #43-2, Canton, OH, copper clad ceramic, signed, numbered, 4"dia x 4"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $325.00
Click For More Info 67. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), vase, #378-23, Canton, OH, copper clad ceramic, signed, numbered, 6.5"dia x 15"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,600.00
Click For More Info 68. Charles Walter Clewell (1876-1965), vase, #2-2-61, Canton, OH, copper clad ceramic, signed, numbered, 5.5"dia x 5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Sold for $325.00
Click For More Info 69. L & JG Stickley, settle, #281, Fayetteville, NY, oak, unsigned, 76"w x 31"d x 34"h $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Sold for $1,600.00
Click For More Info 70. Gustav Stickley, attribution, crib settle, #173, Eastwood, NY, oak, unsigned, 72"w x 31"d x 39"h $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 71. Tiffany Studios / Hampshire Pottery, lamp shade on base, New York, NY / Keene, NH, Favrile leaded glass, matte glazed ceramic, base signed, 12"dia x 16.5"h $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Sold for $7,500.00
Click For More Info 72. The Weller Pottery Company, Sicard floor vase, Zanesville, OH, metallic glazed and molded ceramic, signed, marked with paper label, 11"dia x 23"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 73. Teco, W. D. Gates (1852-1935), designer, floor vase, #G60, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, unsigned, 13"w x 25.5"h $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $800.00
Click For More Info 74. Gustav Stickley, dressing table, #632, Eastwood, NY, oak, leather, brass, copper, glass, signed with a red decal, rare, this is the only example of this form we have seen with a leather top, 44.75"w x 23"d x 59.25"h, Provenance: The Collection of Robert and Elaine Dillof, Croton Falls, NY Literature: Stephen Gray, The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, New York, 1987, p.106 (1902 Retail Plates) $8,000 - $12,000 More Information
Click For More Info 75. Gustav Stickley, chest of drawers, #602, Eastwood, NY, oak, signed with red decal, early form, 40.5"w x 23"d x 53"h $3,500 - $4,500 More Information
Sold for $4,500.00
Click For More Info 76. Teco, W.D. Gates (1852-1935), designer, vase, #444, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signatures, 5.5"dia x 10.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $1,800.00
Click For More Info 77. Teco, W.D. Gates (1852-1935), designer, loving cup, #445, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, signed, numbered, 8"dia x 9.5"h, Catalogue Note: A similar form was exhibited at the Chicago Architectural Club, 1908 $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,000.00
Click For More Info 78. Teco, vase, #257, Chicago, IL, circa 1910, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signature, numbered, 9.5"w x 7"d x 11.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $2,900.00
Click For More Info 79. Gustav Stickley, china cabinet, Eastwood, NY, oak, iron, unsigned, early form, 37.5"w x 14"d x 67"h $12,000 - $15,000 More Information
Sold for $9,500.00
Click For More Info 80. Teco, design attributed to W.B. Mundie (1863-1939), vase, #286, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 7"w x 13"h $7,000 - $9,000 More Information
Click For More Info 81. Teco, W.D. Gates (1852-1935), designer, vase, #433, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signature, 4.25"dia x 7.25"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 82. Teco, W.B. Mundie (1863-1939), designer, vase, #269, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signature, numbered, 4.25"dia x 10.5"h $1,000 - $2,000 More Information
Sold for $1,900.00
Click For More Info 83. Teco, Fritz Albert (1865-1940), designer, floor vase, #177, Chicago, IL, matte glazed ceramic, impressed signature, incised number, rare massive form with relief decoration of iris blossoms and leaves, 8.25"dia x 22.5"h $25,000 - $35,000 More Information
Sold for $40,000.00
Click For More Info 84. L & JG Stickley, Morris chair, #830, Fayetteville, NY, oak, leather, signed "The Work of...", 29.5"w x 35"d x 40"h $700 - $900 More Information
Sold for $900.00
Click For More Info 85. L & JG Stickley, drink stand, #22, Fayetteville, NY, oak, leather, unsigned, 18"dia x 28.5"h $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Sold for $2,500.00
Click For More Info 86. L & JG Stickley, Morris chair, #471, Fayetteville, NY, oak, leather, signed with conjoined label, 32"w x 36"d x 38"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Sold for $1,700.00
Click For More Info 87. Gustav Stickley, rocker, #393, Eastwood, NY, oak, leather, unsigned, 28"w x 29"d x 44"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Sold for $750.00
Click For More Info 88. Gustav Stickley, rocker, #311 1/2, Eastwood, NY, oak, leather, signed with red decal and partial paper label, 25.5"w x 28"d x 34"h $700 - $900 More Information
Sold for $400.00
Click For More Info 89. L & JG Stickley, bookcase, #654, Fayetteville, NY, oak, glass, copper, signed "The Work of...", 50"w x 13"d x 55"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $2,500.00
Click For More Info 90. Dedham Pottery, plates, group of five, Dedham, MA, blue and white glazed pottery, impressed logos, largest: 12"dia, Provenance: The Collection of Robert and Elaine Dillof, Croton Falls, NY $400 - $600 More Information
Sold for $350.00
Click For More Info 91. Sara Galner (1894-1982) for Saturday Evening Girls, Geese bowl and under plate, Boston, MA, 1915, polychrome glazed ceramic, each signed, dated, bowl: 5.5"dia x 2.25"h; plate: 7.75"dia x .75"h $500 - $700 More Information
Sold for $1,700.00
Click For More Info 92. Marblehead Pottery, Leaf vase, Marblehead, MA, blue and green matte glazed ceramic, signed, 4.5"dia x 3.5"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 93. Marblehead Pottery, vase, Marblehead, MA, lavender matte glazed ceramic, signed, 5"dia x 6"h $200 - $300 More Information
Sold for $425.00
Click For More Info 94. Charles S. Todd (1886-1950) for Rookwood Pottery, vase, #1869, Cincinnati, OH, 1917, matte glazed ceramic, marked, 5"dia x 3.5"h $350 - $550 More Information
Sold for $350.00
Click For More Info 95. The Handel Lamp Company, Egyptian table lamp, Meriden, CT, leaded glass, bronzed metal, base signed and numbered 1953, 20''w x 20''d x 25''h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $3,750.00
Click For More Info 96. Heintz, Rose vase, #3625B, Buffalo, NY, bronze, sterling silver, stamped AMS, numbered, 4.75"dia x 17.5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 97. Limbert, attribution, lamp, Grand Rapids, MI, hammered copper, slag glass, unsigned, 24''w x 24''d x 25''h Literature: Don Marek, Grand Rapids Art Metalwork: 1902-1918 Grand Rapids, 1999, color plate 110 $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Sold for $5,500.00
Click For More Info 98. Heintz, vase, Buffalo, NY, bronze, sterling silver, unsigned, 3.5"dia x 9.5"h $300 - $500 More Information
Sold for $300.00
Click For More Info 99. Gustav Stickley, rocker, #323, Eastwood, NY, circa 1905, oak, signed with red decal, 29"w x 36"d x 38"h. In 1908, William Hirsch, of Helfensteller, Hirsch & Watson designed a five bedroom Arts & Crafts residence for his wife and children in the Parkview neighborhood of St. Louis. Upon completion, the home was furnished with Craftsman furniture, including the following eight lots of Gustav Stickley furniture, some of which are documented in the period photographs. Thi lot remained in the residence for more than 100 years. $1,200 - $1,500 More Information
Sold for $1,500.00
Click For More Info 100. Gustav Stickley, Cube chair, #335, Eastwood, NY, circa 1905, oak, leatherette, signed with red decal, 26"w x 28"d x 29.5"h. In 1908, William Hirsch, of Helfensteller, Hirsch & Watson designed a five bedroom Arts & Crafts residence for his wife and children in the Parkview neighborhood of St. Louis. Upon completion, the home was furnished with Craftsman furniture, including the following eight lots of Gustav Stickley furniture, some of which are documented in the period photographs. Thi lot remained in the residence for more than 100 years. $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
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