Arts and Crafts Auction, October 11, 2013

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This sale will encompass furniture, artwork, lighting, decorative objects, rugs and textiles in an over 300 lot presentation. Prominent manufacturer names, including but not limited to, Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, Arequipa, Shreve & Co., Tiffany Studios and Caledonia Studio will be included. Collections of American art pottery are also handsomely represented, with over 30 available lots from Rookwood, over 50 from Roseville and over 10 from Weller. Multiple offerings will also be presented from Grueby, Newcomb and Fulper amongst a varied catalog of American pottery artists.


  • Arts and CraftsFriday, October 11, 2013

  • Arts and CraftsOctober 11, 2013, 1pm

    Preview dates: Friday, October 4, 12pm - 5pmSaturday, October 5, 10am - 5pmSunday, October 6, 9am - 5pmMonday, October 7, 9am - 5pmDay of sale, beginning at 10am& by appointment

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    Front Cover Lot: 3123Back Cover Lot: 3121Facing Page Lot: 3106

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  • Arts and CraftsFriday, October 11, 2013

  • 2Lot 3010Lot 3009

    Lot 3008

    Lot 3007Lot 3006

    Lot 3005

    Lot 3004

    Lot 3003

    Lot 3002Lot 3001

    3001Quaker Morris ChairLength: 29 1/2 inches, Depth: 31 1/4 inches, Height: 37 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 800

    3002Pyrographic Chair and Table Table: Diameter 24 inches, Height: 28 1/8 inches Chair: Length: 16 3/8 inches, Depth: 16 3/8, Height: 401/4 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

    3003Roycroft 10 Plate, Copper Tray with Duck reposse, Copper Tray with stylized flowers Estimate: $150 / 200

    3004Indo Arts and Crafts Rugcontemporary hand-knotted 100% wool pile, knot count approximately 60/square inch Length: 8 feet , 11 inches Width: 6 feet , 2 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,100

    3005Craftsman Studio Copper Bowl, Craftsman Studio Copper Bowl with Handles, Large Copper Bowl (no mark), Copper Covered Jar with Lid Estimate: $100 / 200

    3006Lifetime Morris Chair with LeatherLength: 32 inches Depth: 37 inches, Height: 41 inches

    Estimate: $2,500 / 3,000

    3007Arts & Crafts Wooden Chandelier Unique all wooden chandelier com-prising four wooden lanterns suspend-ed on a wooden chain.Length: 27 inches

    Estimate: $4,000 / 5,000

    3008Small Lamp with Ceramic Base, Tall Cast Lamp Base, no shade Estimate: $200 / 300

    3009Lilian Palmer Table Lamp with Mica Shade and Blue Enamel BaseHeight: 24 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    30010Chinoiserie Lamp With Mica Shade in the style of Lilian PalmerHeight: 26 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

  • 3Lot 3019

    Lot 3018

    Lot 3017

    Lot 3016Lot 3015Lot 3014

    Lot 3013

    Lot 3012Lot 3011A

    Lot 3011

    3011Leather Dutch SceneLength: 31 inches, Width: 23 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3011ALampTable with circular leather insetLength: 20 inches square, Height: 28 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3012Gustav & L. & J. G. Stickley Conjoined Clip Corner TableLength: 26 inches, Depth: 20 inches, Height: 29 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,000

    3013Mahogany Framed MirrorLength: 24 inches, Width 1 inch, Height: 23 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3014Gustav Stickley Small Copper AshtrayLength: 6 inches

    Estimate: $125 / 175

    3015Two Iron Lamps with ShadesHeight: 15 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3016Oak Table with Split PedestalThis table comes with no extra leaves Diameter: 54 inches

    Estimate: $1,600 / 1,800

    3017Lifetime China ClosetLength 37 5/8 inches, Depth 15 1/4 inches, Height: 58 1/8 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,400

    3018Large Woven Arts & Crafts Multi-Color Arabesque Dimensions: 56 inches x 8 feet

    Estimate: $200 / 400

    3019Unmarked Trestle Library TableLength: 48 inches, width: 30 inches, Height: 29 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,400

  • 4Lot 3028Lot 3027

    Lot 3026

    Lot 3025Lot 3024Lot 3023

    Lot 3022

    Lot 3021Lot 3020

    3020Arts & Crafts RockerLength: 29 inches, Depth: 34 inches, Height 35 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3021Roycroft Little Journey BookstandLength: 26 inches, Width: 14 inches, Height: 26 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 700

    3022Dirk Van Erp Low Bowl - Open Box MarkDiameter: 8 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    3023Arts & Crafts RockerLength:29 1/2inches, Depth: 34 inches, Height: 35 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3024Conroy/Davis CabinetLength: 18 inches, Depth: 14 inches, Height: 13 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $450 / 650

    3025Side tableLength: 13 inches square, Height: 18 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3026Pair of Arts & Crafts Mixed Metal Andirons{Height 22 inches}

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3027Heintz Bronze and Silver Windmill VaseHeight: 10 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3028Side TableLength: 11 inches square, Height 24 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

  • 5Lot 3038

    Lot 3037

    Lot 3036

    Lot 3035Lot 3034

    Lot 3033Lot 3032

    Lot 3031

    Lot 3030Lot 3029

    3029Gustav Stickley Sewing RockerLength: 19 1/8 inches, Width: 25 1/4 inches, Height: 33 3/8 inches

    Estimate: $450 / 600

    3030Michigan Charir Caned BookshelfLength: 22 inches, Depth: 14 inches, Height: 42 5/8 inches

    Estimate: $350 / 450

    3031Oak Arts and Crafts SecretaryLength: 42 inches, Depth: 13 inches, Height: 64 inches,

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3032Limbert Oval TableLength: 45 inches, Width: 29 3/4 inches, Height: 29inches

    Estimate: $1,600 / 1,900

    303313 Diane Winters Rose Tiles, Green4 inch squares

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3034L. & J. G Stickley Shaker Influenced 5 Drawer ChestChest has an arched crest rail and toe board in excellent original finish. Signed inside upper drawer right side.Length: 42 inches, Width: 16 1/2 inches, Height: 49 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $2,500 / 3,000

    3035Frances GearHart Old Pine 1922Length: 10 1/2 inches, Height: 9 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3036Handel Reverse Painted Lamp Chrysanthemum patternRare Handel reverse painted table lamp with Asian-influenced base. The chipped ice shade with black backgroun floral band at the shadess outer border and an overall chrysanthemum pattern, shade signed.Height: 24 inches

    Estimate: $8,500 / 10,000

    3037Old Mission Copper Craft Eucalyptus Decorated BowlDiameter: 9 1/2 inches, Height: 3 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $850 / 950

    3038Murano Glass LampHeight: 22 inches

    Estimate: $550 / 800

  • 6Lot 3047Lot 3046Lot 3045

    Lot 3044Lot 3043Lot 3042

    Lot 3041Lot 3040Lot 3039

    3039Arts and Crafts Three Door Book CaseLength: 4 feet, 1/8 inches, Depth: 11 inches, Height: 46 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3040Limed Oak Table LampHeight: 22 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3041Mahogany V Trough Bookcase with keyed tenons Length: 36 inches, Width: 9 3/4 inches, Heightt: 30 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3042Dutch Hall LanternHeight: 10 inches

    Estimate: $175 / 250

    3043Large Framed Hardanger Wrok Norwegina Design and CostumeLength: 37 inches, Height : 60 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

    3044Dirk Van Erp UplightLength: 32 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3045Prairie School Style Tree of Life AndironsLength: 23 inches, Height 20 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,100

    3046Duffner Kimberly LampVery large Duffner and Kimberly table lamp with a wide leaded border repeat of ovals and rounded squares; fiery granite glass in shades of yellow, amber and white. New York, circa 1910. Unsigned, well documented form.Height: 27 inches

    Estimate: $4,500 / 5,500

    3047Benedict Studios Oil LampHeight: 26 inches

    Estimate: $2,750 / 3,500

  • 7Lot 3057Lot 3056

    Lot 3055

    Lot 3054

    Lot 3053

    Lot 3052

    Lot 3051

    Lot 3050

    Lot 3049

    Lot 3048

    3048Watercolor Sailboat and TreeLength: 18 inches, Width: 14 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3049Heintz LampHeight: 16 inches

    Estimate: $1,800 / 2,000

    3050Roycroft Leather Waste BasketHeight: 14 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,200

    3051Lark Magazines Bound Two BooksEstimate: $450 / 650

    3052Arts and Crafts Style Drop Front Secretary with Display Cabinet SideWidth: 41 1/2 inches, Height: 64 inches, Depth: 12 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

    30536 Light Dome ChandelierAn old Pasedena residence.Bronze chandelier with central half dome and six hanging drops, all in frosted white and amber glass with extensive bronze cut out overlays, in the Richardsonian style.

    Estimate: $3,000 / 4,000

    3054Lark PosterLength: 21 inches, Width: 18 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3055OakTable 48 RoundDiameter: 48 inches, Height: 28 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 1,500

    3056Set of 4 Rush Ladderback ChairsLength: 15 3/4 inches, depth: 17 inches, Height: 34 5/8 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 700

    3057Gus Stickley Leather FootstooolLength: 20 inches, Width: 18 inches, Height: 15 inches

    Estimate: $700 / 800

  • 8Lot 3066Lot 3065

    Lot 3064

    Lot 3063Lot 3062Lot 3061

    Lot 3060Lot 3059

    Lot 3058

    3058Barley Twist Lamp attributed to Sitckley BrothersHeight: 19 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3059Lifetime Single Door BookcaseLength: 27 inches, Width 13 1/8 inches, Height: 55 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,800

    3060Friedman Hall Tree (San Francisco)Height: 6 feet

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3061Charles Stickley RockerLength: 29 1/2 inches, Diepth: 30 inches, Height: 34 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,000

    3062Lake with SheepLength: 17 inches, Width: 12 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3063Paine Harvest Table (Boston)Length: 6 feet, Width: 3 feet, Height: 29 inches

    Estimate: $700 / 900

    3064L. & J.G Stickley Library TableLength: 48 inches, Width: 30 inches, Height: 29 inches

    Estimate: $1,500 / 1,700

    3065L. & J.G. Stickley Strapped Hinge Sideboard with CubbyUncommon 48 inch strapped sideboard with cubby. Flat surface refinished to match. Signed inside the upper outer left side of the cubby. Length 48 inches, Width: 20 inches, Height: 45 inches

    Estimate: $4,000 / 5,000

    3066L. & J.G.Stickley Onondaga ChairLength: 19 inches, Width: 18 inches, Height: 37 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

  • 9Lot 3077

    Lot 3076

    Lot 3075Lot 3072

    Lot 3071Lot 3070

    Lot 3069

    Lot 3068Lot 3067

    3067Pair of Stickley #205 Copper Hanging Sconces Length: 41 inches

    Estimate: $1,000 / 1,500

    3068Willard Worden Painting of DunesLength: 24 inches, Width: 19 inches

    Estimate: $350 / 550

    3069Benedict Studio Seven Piece Salad Bowl SetArts and Crafts 7 piece Mixed Metal Sald Set, signed Benedict studio Largest: Diameter 8 inches, Smallest: Diameter 5 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3070Benedict Studio Mixed Metal Brush PotHeight: 6 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3071Jarvie Candlesticks PairSignedHeight: 11 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3072Roycroft Bookends with Elbert Hubbard Scrap BookHeight: 8 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    3075Roycroft Copper Bookends Keyhole5 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3076English plant /lantern brackets In the Style of Liberty of LondonLength: 17 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3077Lilian Plamer lamp with French Ceramic BaseHeight: 16 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 2,500

    3078Oak Dining TableDoes not come with extra leaves.Diameter :48 inches

    Estimate: $1,800 / 2,200


    Lot 3078

  • 10

    Lot 3079

    Authur Mathews Music CabinetMusic cabinet from the Francis Marion Borax Smith estate, circa 1896. Three pan-els, front left and right on the cabinet were painted in oil on board by Arthur Mathews. Each image is of women in repose as if lis-tening to the music being played on the adja-cent piano. The accompanying image is a 1902 photo-graph of the music room of the Smith man-sion where the music cabinet may be seen obscured in part by the piano. The piece includes a drop down front panel revealing horizontal interior shelves for sheet music. A single drawer sits below the drop front panel. It is decorated with twin cherubs with dramatically exaggerated cabriolet legs and gilded in gold leaf. The cabinet was illustrated in the Oakland Museum Catalog, The Art of Arthur and Lucia Mathews, 2006. Unsigned.

    Length: 24 1/2 inches, Width 23 1/2 iinches, Height: 40 inches

    Estimate: $180,000 / 220,000


    1902 photograph of the music room of the Smith mansionCourtesy of The Bancroft LibraryUniversity of California, Berkeley

  • 11

    Lot 3089Lot 3088

    Lot 3087

    Lot 3086

    Lot 3085Lot 3084

    Lot 3083

    Lot 3082

    Lot 3081Lot 3080

    3080Hammered Copper PlatterStickley Brothers Hammered Copper Tray, with lobed rim and rolled edge, unmarked Diameter 11 7/8 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3081Arts and Crafts Shreve Hammered Silver Center Bowl in the Fourteenth Century Pattern The handwrought shallow bowl with a flaring scal-loped rim with an applied strapwork rim border,impressed Shreve bell hallmark. SHREVE & CO. STERLING. SAN FRANCISCO. 3496Total silver weight 29.28 troy oz; height 5 inches (13 cm); diameter 10 1/2 inches (26.5 cm)

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    3082Arts and Crafts Hammered Silver Brandy Warming Pot with Ebonized Wood HandleTuttle SilversmithsCirca 1938Hallmark with FDR V date markTotal silver weight 29.28 troy oz; height 5 inches (13 cm); diameter 10 1/2 inches (26.5 cm)

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3083Sullivan Lock Set, Five Knobs, Front and Back PlatesEstimate: $500 / 600

    3084Sullivan Front Door Set, Two Knobs, Letter Slot, Door Bell Button with Back Plate. Front Plate, Back Plate, Dead BoltEstimate: $1,600 / 1,800

    3085Praire School Two Pocket Door PlatesEstimate: $300 / 500

    3086Praire School Two Interior Door Sets: Four Plates, Five Knobs, One LocksetEstimate: $600 / 800

    3087Van Erp Bookends with Oak Tree CutoutHeight: 4 3/4 inches, Width: 5 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3088Van Erp Bowl with Red Patina, Silver SpotsDiameter: 8 inches, Height 3 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3089Tiffany Box Grapevine Green/WhiteLength: 6 3/4 inches, Width: 4 inches, Height: 3 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

  • 12

    Lot 3099

    Lot 3098

    Lot 3097

    Lot 3096

    Lot 3095

    Lot 3094

    Lot 3093

    Lot 3092

    Lot 3091

    Lot 3090

    3090Lilian Palmer Table Lamp with Copper/Mica Shade and Incense Burner Base Height: 16 inches

    Estimate: $2,500 / 3,500

    3091Two Jarvie Hammered Copper BowlsDiameter: 7 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3092Van Erp BowlDiameter: 5 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 250

    3093Van Erp Brush Pot with Oak Tree CutoutHeight: 4 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $1,400 / 1,800

    3094Harry Dixon Pot 6Estimate: $400 / 500

    30953 Hammered Copper Bowls Swedish Stromblad Guteborg Estimate: $150 / 200

    3096Van Erp Picture FrameContemporary photograph is included.Height: 9 1/2 inches, Width: 8 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3097Harold Doolittle Cathedral Rocks YosemiteLength: 18 1/2 inches, Width: 16 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3098Windmill Copper-clad BookendsHeight: 7 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3099Bertha Lum 1912 Children in The SnowLength: 18 inches, Width: 16 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

  • 13

    Lot 3109

    Lot 3108

    Lot 3106

    Lot 3105

    Lot 3104

    Lot 3103Lot 3102Lot 3101

    Lot 3100

    3100Bertha Lum 1924 Woman with ButterfliesLength: 24 inches, Width: 17 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3101Harold Doolittle Redwood Giants AquatintLength: 21 inches, Width: 17 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3102Frank Lloyd Wright Leaded Glass Panelc. 1902-3. Leaded glass panel. Height 67 inches, Width 30 inches. Provenance: The Ward W. Willits residence, Highland Park, Illinois; Christies, New York, December 8, 2009, lot 157; The Garden Museum Collection, Matsue, Japan.

    Estimate: $25,000 / 35,000

    3103Frank Lloyd Wright Leaded Skylightc. 1912. Leaded glass skylight. Height 35 1/2 inches, Width 22 1/2 inches. Provenance: The Francis W. Little residence, Wayzata, Minneapolis; Christies, New York, March 11, 2011, lot 16; The Garden Museum Collection, Matsue, Japan.

    Estimate: $25,000 / 35,000

    3104Arts and Crafts Oak Table Length: 11 3/4 inches, Height: 18 inches

    Estimate: $100 / 150

    3105Indo Arts and Crafts RugContemporary hand-knotted 100% wool pile, knot count approximately 60/square inchLength: 6 feet , 10 inches Width: 4 feet , 10 inches

    Estimate: $550 / 750

    3106Lawson/Maybeck Library Table c.1915This is a very rare example of furniture designed by Bernard Maybeck for the Andrew Lawson House, Berkeley, CA. The frame is four massive legs inter-locked via eight keyed tenons with four stretchers with a very thick top. A single pencil drawer is hung from the top on sliding dovetails. The top itself is nearly two inches thick solid quarter sawn white oak with a simple ogee edge detail. It is stiffened with four sliding cross braces dovetailed directly into the top. The legs taper smoothly to Mackmurdo feet. The proportions are perfect from every perspective. The oversize timbers are carefully dimensioned to harmonize into a powerful but calming composition. The out board dovetailed cross braces visibly balanc-es the top and offers a precise and sophisticated transition from the base. Condition report: The base has its original finish; the top is refinished and re-glued. Table 8s were added to prevent further damage. The drawer is original with original brass drawer pulls. The entire table has been cleaned and waxedL: 66inches, W: 41 1/2 inches, H: 29 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $5,000 / 10,000

    3108Mission Style 2 Door BookcaseLength: 43 1/2 inches, Depth: 12 1/2 inches, Height:: 56 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $1,000 / 1,200

    3109Lyre Form Fire Tool Stand with Four ToolsDimensions of stand 28 x 22 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 800

  • 14

    Lot 3119ALot 3119Lot 3118

    Lot 3117

    Lot 3116Lot 3115

    Lot 3113

    Lot 3112Lot 3111

    Lot 3110

    3110Gustav Stickley 5 Drawer Library Desk Table Desk Circa 1901Length: 39 1/2 inches, Width: 24 1/2 inches, Height: 29 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,400

    3111Stickley Brothers Lamp TableHeight 27 inches

    Estimate: $700 / 800

    3112Maybeck Palace of Fine Arts Paul ElderEstimate: $500 / 800

    3113Roycoft Leather TablematDiameter 12 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3115Caledonia Studios BookcaseThis bookcase is contemporary circa 2010 and has a Flat top with two doors. Length: 48 inches Depth: 16inches, Height: 58 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,600

    3116Caledonia Studios BookcaseThis contemporary circa 2010 book-case is has a gallery top Length: 42 inches, Width: 14 1/2 inches, Height: 56 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,600

    3117Drop Arm Settle by Caledonia StudioSettle does not come with upholsteryLength: 78 inches, Depth: 40 inches Height: 36 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 2,500

    3118Caledonia Studios Dining TableCirca 2010Length: 76 inches, Width: 36 inches, Height: 30 inches

    Estimate: $1,500 / 1,800

    31193 Ladder Back side chairs by Caledonia StudiosThese ladder back chairs are contemporary circa 2010, two are the same, one is a bit smaller.2 chairs -Length: 18 inches, Width: 18 inches, Height 42 inches, other chair - Length: 17 inches, Width 17 inches, Height 36 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 800

    3119AJack Cassineito Oil Painting Angel IslandLength: 19 inches, Width: 15 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,000

  • 15

    Lot 3004

    Lot 3045

    Lot 3036

    Lot 3043

    Lot 3054

    Lot 3068

    Color Plates

  • 16

    Lot 3090

    Lot 3096

    Lot 3102 Lot 3103

    Color Plates

  • 17

    Lot 3112

    Lot 3119A

    Lot 3126Lot 3124

    Lot 3105

    Color Plates

  • 18

    Lot 3127 Lot 3129A

    Lot 3133

    Lot 3160Lot 3161

    Color Plates

  • 19

    Lot 3183

    Lot 3184

    Lot 3170 Lot 3179

    Lot 3162

    Color Plates

  • 20

    Lot 3186

    Lot 3213

    Lot 3217

    Lot 3220

    Lot 3224

    Color Plates

  • 21

    Lot 3127Lot 3126

    Lot 3125

    Lot 3124

    Lot 3123

    Lot 3122

    Lot 3121

    Lot 3120

    31206 Side Chairs by Caledonia StudiosLength: 18 inches, Width 18 inches, Height: 42 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,600

    3121Forbes ChairThe Forbes chair, a.k.a. the Maybeck chair or the Swedenborgian Church chair was the first American Arts & Crafts furniture design. Many historians have researched and documented the history and origins of the chair and have included it promi-nently in their writings: Leslie Freudenheim, Building with Nature Kenneth Trapp, The Arts and Crafts Movement in California, Living the Good Life Wendy Kaplan, The Arts and Crafts Movement in Europe and America, Design for the Modern World Leslie Bowman, American Arts and Crafts, Virtue in Design. The wood species is Circassian Walnut and has been refinished. The wood grain of the crest rail has a perfectly centered arch matched by yet another arch in the grain of the second back rail. The legs have dramatic contrasting strips of dark and light walnut wrapping around the leg as decorative ornamentation. The legs taper from the seat height smoothly to the top of the Mackmurdo foot. The seat, now lost, would have been local Tule rush from the Sacramento Delta and then woven into a rush seat.H: 36 1/4 inches, W: 20 3/8 inches, D: 19 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $3,000 / 5,000

    3122L. & J.G. Conjoined Mark Open Arm Morris ChairLength: 29 inches, Width: 33inches, Height 40 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,200

    3123Dirk Van Erp/Thomas Gotham LampA remarkable and singular collaboration of copper smith Dirk van Erp and cerami-cist Thomas Gotham a hammered copper table lamp with a cut-out oak tree motif which repeats around the outer edge of the mica shade and again on its finial; the brown-glazed porcelain bodys surface is covered with many crystals. Created for the well-known and highly respected San Francisco architect, Charles F. Strothoff, circa 1923. Provenance: By descent in the family to the present owner.H: 26 inches D: 21 inches

    Estimate: $17,000 / 20,000

    3124Framed Watercolor, California Oaks, initialed lower left E.S., and dated 1901Length: 14 1/2 inches, Width: 11 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3125Bernard Maybeck Photos (5) Mounted by photographer Ester BornMounted on Foamboard, Length: 40 inches, Width, 15 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3126DAVIS FRANCIS SCHWARTZ(American 1879-1969)Barn in a Valley, 1919Oil on canvas.24 x 30 inches/ 61 x 76.2 centimeters.Signed and dated lower right Davis F Schwartz 19Frame: 30 x 35.5 inches/ 76.2 x 90.2 centimeters.

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3127Jack Cassineito Oil Painting Oak This painting is encased in a free standing wood frame created by the artistLength: 22 1/2 inches Height: 21 inches

    Estimate: $1,500 / 2,000

  • 22

    Lot 3136Lot 3135Lot 3134

    Lot 3133

    Lot 3132Lot 3131

    Lot 3130

    Lot 3129A

    Lot 3129Lot 3128

    31285 Piece Copper Desk Set

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3129Copper and Steel Bookends, 2 setsHeight: 5 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3129AMaybeck Palace of Fine Arts Paul ElderEstimate: $500 / 800

    3130Bradeley Hubbard Cherry LampHeight : 26 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,400

    3131Mantle ClockContemporary Stickley.Height: 21 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 450

    3132Ted TInker The Sun Vow 1930 modeled after the bronze sculpture by Herman Atkins MacNeilLength: 18 inches, Width: 14 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 400

    3133Grueby 22 Floor VaseMonumental 22 Inch Grueby floor vase with decoration of seven full-length lobed leaves in an even, highly curdled medium green glaze. Signed with paper label on the bottom of the vase.H: 22 inches

    Estimate: $9,000 / 12,000

    3134Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel portrait of young black man, artist: R.G. TurnerEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3135Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel portrait of young black man Ben Johnson artist O.G. PesoEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3136Very Rare Rookwood Standing BuffaloEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

  • 23

    Lot 3146Lot 3145Lot 3144

    Lot 3143Lot 3142Lot 3141Lot 3140

    Lot 3139Lot 3138Lot 3137

    3137Very Rare Weller Lowelsa portrait of an American IndianEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3138Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel portrait of an America Indian Lone ElkEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3139Very Rare Rookwood portrait of an American Indian Two Strike SiouxEstimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3140Very Rare Rookwood drink-ing vessel, portrait of an American Indian FeatherEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3141Very Rare Rookwood deink-ing vessel, portrait of an American Indian Two Strike # 587CEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3142Very Rare Rookwood drink-ing vessel portrait of an American Indian #656Estimate: $1,800 / 2,250

    3143Very Rare Rookwood drink-ing vessel, portrait of an American Indian ArapahoEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3144Rookwood Puzzle Mug LionEstimate: $1,300 / 1,500

    3145Very Rare Rookwood Puzzle Drinking Vessel 19th Century with Mans HeadEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3146Very Rare Weller Lowellsa drinking ves-sel, portrait of young black man #484Estimate: $1,800 / 2,800

  • 24

    Lot 3157

    Lot 3156Lot 3154

    Lot 3153Lot 3152Lot 3151Lot 3150

    Lot 3149Lot 3148Lot 3147

    3147Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel, Black Boy # 587cEstimate: $1,500 / 2,500

    3148Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel portrait of a young black man # 837Estimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3149Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel, portrait of an American Indian Wanstal ArapahoEstimate: $1,750 / 2,750

    3150Very Rare Rookwood Drinnking Vessel, Portrait of an American Indian #587cEstimate: $800 / 1,200

    3151Very Rare Rookwood Indian Governor of San JuanEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3152Ver y by Rare Rookwood drinking vessel, portrait of a young black manEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3153Weller Lowells drinking ves-sel, a hand painted ear of corn mugEstimate: $400 / 600

    3154Very Rare Rookwood drinking vessel black boy puzzle mugEstimate: $1,800 / 2,800

    3156Fulper Urn Shaped Vase7 5/8 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

    3157Fulper Pot with handles6 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

  • 25

    Lot 3168Lot 3167Lot 3166

    Lot 3165Lot 3164

    Lot 3162

    Lot 3161

    Lot 3160Lot 3159Lot 3158

    3158Weller Candlestick, GreenHeight: 8 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3159Rockwood Tile in FrameLength: 8 1/4 inches, Width: 8 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 250

    3160Rare California Faience University California, Berkeley TileDiameter: 5 inches

    Estimate: $1,000 / 1,500

    3161Rookwood 1906 Floral Vase Relief CarvedEstimate: $500 / 600

    3162Rookwood Ship Tile Chicago 19104 x 4 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 600

    3164Roseville White Rose 6 1940 Blue #12188-6Estimate: $300 / 400

    3165Rookwood 1905 Floral VaseEstimate: $200 / 300

    3166Weller Vase with incised stylized flowersEstimate: $200 / 300

    3167Rookwood Tall Blue stylized incised flower Vase c.1919Estimate: $200 / 300

    3168Rookwood Rembrant pot, artist: Matthew DalyEstimate: $2,000 / 3,000

  • 26

    Lot 3178

    Lot 3177

    Lot 3176

    Lot 3175Lot 3174Lot 3173Lot 3172

    Lot 3171Lot 3170

    Lot 3169

    3169Roseville Wincraft 8 1/2 1948 Green/Yellow #2664Estimate: $200 / 400

    3170Rookwood Ewer with Silver Overlay Height: 9 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3171Roseville Gardenia 9 1/2 Late 1940s GreyEstimate: $200 / 300

    3172Rookwood Ewer with stan-dard glazeEstimate: $600 / 800

    3173Ray West Vase Pale Green Estimate: $125 / 150

    3174Weller Sicardo H: 4 inches, W: 3 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 700

    3175Ray West Vase Pale GreenEstimate: $100 / 150

    3176Rookwood Black Iris with blue fieldHeight: 4 inches, Width: 3 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3177Ray West Bowl Cream/Yellow/Green Estimate: $125 / 175

    3178Weller Sicardo H: 15 inches

    Estimate: $3,000 / 4,000

  • 27

    Lot 3188Lot 3187Lot 3186

    Lot 3185Lot 3184

    Lot 3183

    Lot 3182Lot 3181Lot 3180Lot 3179

    3179Weller Sicardo 9H: 9 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3180Rookwood Vellum PotEstimate: $800 / 1,200

    3181Rookwood Vase by founderVery early 1882 vase H: 10 inches, W: 3 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3182Rookwood #2076 Mint Green date 1936Estimate: $175 / 250

    3183Rookwood Vellum Tile Rising Mist EF McDermott PlaqueThis plaque by artist EFMcDermott is framed in oakLength: 13 inches, Width: 11 inches

    Estimate: $4,000 / 6,000

    3184Grueby Waterlily Tile4 inches square

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3185Garden City Pottery BlackEstimate: $125 / 175

    3186Rookwood Vellum Cowboy TileTile: 6 x 6 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3187Odd Inc. Matte Green Crystaline Glaze in the school of Grueby VaseHeight: 9 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 300

    3188Grueby Rabbit tile 4 x 44 inch square

    Estimate: $1,500 / 2,000

  • 28

    Lot 3198Lot 3197Lot 3196

    Lot 3195

    Lot 3194Lot 3193

    Lot 3192

    Lot 3191Lot 3190Lot 3189

    3189Vanbriggle Lorelei VaseHeight :8 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3190Grueby yellow green tulip tileTile: 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3191Newcomb sugar bowl with lidHeight: 4 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $1,400 / 1,600

    3192Newcomb bowl with decoration insideDiameter: 7 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 2,500

    3193Newcomb Creamer, high fire glazeHeight: 3 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3194Newcomb decorated vase H: 5 inches

    Estimate: $1,400 / 1,600

    3195Newcomb cup and saucerHeight: 4 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $1,600 / 2,000

    3196Martin Brothers Creamer dated 1886Height: 6 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3197J.S. Owens Utopian signed NapoleonHeight: 13 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $1,400 / 1,600

    3198Van Briggle pink vase H: 10 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

  • 29

    Lot 3208Lot 3207

    Lot 3206

    Lot 3205

    Lot 3204Lot 3203

    Lot 3202

    Lot 3201Lot 3200

    Lot 3199

    3199Van Briggle tourquoise bowlHeight: 6 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3200George Ohr Fire BabyHeight: 4 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3201Weller Sicardo H: 4 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3202NewcombTwo Undecorated PotsTall: Height: 8 inches, Short: Height 3 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3203Zanesville Umbrella Stand signed by the artist attributed to Peters and ReedH:24

    Estimate: $800 / 1,000

    3204Weller Aurelian, portrait of black mansigned by artist Charles Fouts

    Estimate: $1,200 / 1,500

    3205Two Yellow Floor VasesHeight: 18 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 500

    3206Rookwood Jardinere, artist ShirayamadaniEstimate: $3,000 / 4,000

    3207Two Rookwood Pottery VasesLarge: Height: 14 1/2 inches, Small: Height 7 5/8 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 500

    3208Weller Jardiniere Height: 9 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

  • 30

    Lot 3217Lot 3216

    Lot 3215

    Lot 3214Lot 3213Lot 3212

    Lot 3211Lot 3210

    Lot 3209

    3209Fulper Footed BowlHeight: 9 inches, Diameter: 11 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 400

    3210Four Alice and Wonderland Ceramic TilesThe square form depicting a Mock Turtle with a mottled orange and yellow shell, standing on the shoreline before a pale blue sky and darker blue water, forms tube lined in black, the borders of the tile with the same glaze as the sky, the back of the tile covered with felt, with an impressed mark The C. Pardee Works. Dimensions 4 3/8 inches square (11 cm); Depth 5/16 inches Good condition, white paint remains visible along top and side edges.

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3211Louis Sullivan Terra Cotta Tile20 x 20 squareProvenance: Garden Museum, Japan

    Estimate: $15,000 / 17,000

    Lot 3218

    3212Pointu French PotDimensions 6 1/2 x 4 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 400

    3213Grueby Pot - Two ColorsH: 6inches, W: 8 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3214J. Dampf 1896, Muller Emile PentrayLength: 9 inches

    Estimate: $800 / 1,200

    3215Emslie Arch TileLength: 18 inches, Width: 10 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 500

    3216Batchelder Oak Tree Tile 8 inches square

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3217Claycraft Parrot Tile TableTile is 12 inches square

    Estimate: $1,000 / 1,200

    3218Max Laugher Pot, Pine Needles, Navy Blue BaseEstimate: $600 / 800

  • 31

    Lot 3227Lot 3226Lot 3225

    Lot 3224Lot 3223Lot 3222

    Lot 3221Lot 3220

    Lot 3219

    3219Robineau University City Bowl, Grey/ Pink Glaze Height: 3 inches, Diameter: 6 inches

    Estimate: $1,800 / 2,200

    3220Grueby VaseHeight 7 inches, Width 4 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3221California Faience Coaster with original Paper LabelDiameter: 5 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3222Arequipa Rhead Black Pot Cal Hall Black gunmetal glaze, stylized floral design. See page 67 of California Design 1910. Height: 7 inches

    Estimate: $2,500 / 3,000

    3223Robineau Vase, Blue/Green Crystal Glaze Height: 4 inches, Width: 3 inches

    Estimate: $5,000 / 6,000

    3224Robineau Vase, Yellow CrystallineHeight: 3 1/4/ inches, Width: 1 3/4 iches

    Estimate: $5,000 / 6,000

    3225Fulper Vase Flambe Glaze, Black On Green Lipless, Cylinder shapeHeight :7 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3226Arequipa Lamp Base Gloss BlackHeight: 9 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 400

    3227Arequipa Green/White VaseHeight: 6 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    3228Pair of Rookwood candle Holders, No MarkHeight: 3 inches

    Estimate: $100 / 200

    Lot 3228

  • 32

    Lot 3238

    Lot 3237

    Lot 3236

    Lot 3235

    Lot 3234

    Lot 3233Lot 3232

    Lot 3231

    Lot 3230

    Lot 3229

    3229Emslie Arch Tile Dimensions 13.5 x 30 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3230Handel Lamp Dogwood with baseHeight: 20 inches

    Estimate: $3,000 / 4,000

    3231Rookwood Vase, 1960Height: 10 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    Lot 3238A

    3232Handel Shade, Purple/Green Leaded GlassDiameter: 7 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 500

    3233Pair of Handel Lotus ShadesHeight: 5 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

    32344 ClayCraft Tiles 4 x 4 Estimate: $400 / 500

    32352 Batchelder Tiles: Tree tile 6 x 6 and Peacock tile (Pasadena) 6 x 6Estimate: $500 / 700

    32366 Batchelder Tiles 4 x 4: Rabbit, Condor, Lion Deer, 2 Parrot tiles in matte blueEstimate: $600 / 800

    3237Arequipa Solon Bowl Persian Glaze Diameter: 10 inches, Height: 4 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3238Roseville Apple Blossom 8 1/2 1948 Green #366-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3238ARoseville Clematis 8 1/2 1944 Green #1295-8Estimate: $200 / 300

  • 33

    Lot 3243ALot 3243

    Lot 3242ALot 3242Lot 3241ALot 3241

    Lot 3240ALot 3240Lot 3239ALot 3239

    3239Roseville Zephyr Lily 8 1946 Blue #1297-8Estimate: $300 / 500

    3239ARoseville Brushberry 8 1948 Blue #1291-8Estimate: $300 / 400

    3240Roseville Zephyr Lily 1946 Brown #1297-8Estimate: $200 / 500

    3240ARoseville Cosmos 8 1940 Blue #1286Estimate: $500 / 700

    Lot 3244 Lot 3244A

    3241Roseville Magnolia 8 1/2 1940 Green 1294-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3241ARoseville Cosmos 6 1940 Paper Foil Tag Blue #1285Estimate: $600 / 800

    3242Roseville Magnolia 8 1/2 1940 Brown #1274-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3242ARoseville Pinecone 8 1931 Foil Tag Blue #1273-8Estimate: $900 / 1,200

    3243Roseville Bittersweet 7 1/2 1940 Grey #866-7Estimate: $300 / 500

    3243ARoseville Florentine 7 1924 Brown #1239-7Estimate: $400 / 500

    3244Roseville Bittersweet 7 1/2 1940 Yellow #866-7Estimate: $300 / 500

    3244ARoseville Florentine 10 1924 Brown #1230-10Estimate: $400 / 500

  • 34

    Lot 3252Lot 3251

    Lot 3250Lot 3249Lot 3248Lot 3247A

    Lot 3247Lot 3246A

    Lot 3246Lot 3245

    3245Roseville Snowberry 8 1946 Pink #1WP-8Estimate: $200 / 300

    3246Roseville Snowberry 8 1946 Blue 1WP-8Estimate: $200 / 300

    3246ARoseville Dahl Rose 8 1924 Black #1258-8Estimate: $200 / 500

    3247Roseville White Rose 8 1940 Pink #1289-8Estimate: $400 / 500

    Lot 3253

    Lot 3254

    3247ARoseville Foxglove 1940 Blue #1292-8Estimate: $200 / 500

    3248Roseville Columbine 1940 Brown#290-8Estimate: $300 / 500

    3249Roseville Freesia 1945 Breen #1296-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3250Roseville Rosecraft 9 1916 Blacek #1236-9Estimate: $200 / 400

    3251Roseville Dogwood II 9 1928 GreenEstimate: $400 / 500

    3252Roseville Corinthian 12 1923 #1228 -10Estimate: $200 / 400

    3253Roseville Two Handled Freesia VaseEstimate: $225 / 275

    3254Roseville Florane 9 1920Estimate: $100 / 200

  • 35

    Lot 3265Lot 3263

    Lot 3262Lot 3261

    Lot 3260

    Lot 3259

    Lot 3258Lot 3257Lot 3256Lot 3255

    3255Roseville Florane 10 1920Estimate: $100 / 200

    3256Roseville Florane 10 1920 Glaze Pop Estimate: $100 / 200

    3257Roseville Larose 1924 Cream #1234-8Estimate: $200 / 500

    3258Roseville Peony 8 1942 Yellow #1293-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    Lot 3266 Lot 3267

    3259Roseville Iris 8 Pink 1938 #1284-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3260Roseville Wincraft Tourquoise Blue #267-5Estimate: $200 / 400

    3261Roseville Tuscany 8 1927 Pink #1255-8Estimate: $200 / 400

    3262Roseville Fuschia 8 1939 Brown #1282-8Estimate: $400 / 600

    3263Roseville Bleeding Heart 1938 #1287-8Estimate: $500 / 700

    3265Roseville Poppy 1930 #1281-8Estimate: $400 / 600

    3266Roseville Della Robba Mug Mug has text signed M Height: 6 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3267Roseville Rosecraft Panel 9 1920Estimate: $500 / 700

  • 36

    Lot 3281Lot 3280Lot 3277

    Lot 3276

    Lot 3275Lot 3274

    Lot 3273Lot 3272

    Lot 3271Lot 3270

    Lot 3269

    Lot 3268

    3268Roseville Green Fushia Wall Pocket #1282-8Estimate: $500 / 700

    3269Roseville Green Fushia Candlesticks #1133-2Estimate: $200 / 400

    3270Roseville Green Fushia Candlesticks #1133-5Estimate: $200 / 300

    3271Roseville Green Fushia Jardinier #645-3Estimate: $200 / 300

    3272Roseville Green Fushia Vase #891-6Estimate: $200 / 300

    3273Roseville Green Fushia Basket #351-10Estimate: $300 / 500

    3274Roseville Green Fushia Bowl #347-6Estimate: $150 / 350

    3275Roseville Green Fushia Bowl #346-4Estimate: $125 / 250

    3276Roseville Green Fushia Bowl #348-5Estimate: $200 / 300

    3277Roseville Green Fushia Vase #898-8Estimate: $200 / 500

    3280Roseville Green Fushia Vase #894-7Estimate: $250 / 400

    3281Roseville Green Fushia Cornucopia #129-6Estimate: $200 / 300

  • 37

    Lot 3291

    Lot 3290

    Lot 3289Lot 3288Lot 3287Lot 3286

    Lot 3285Lot 3284

    Lot 3283

    Lot 3282

    3282Roseville Green Fushia Console Bowl #351-10Estimate: $200 / 400

    3283Roseville Green Fushia Frog #37Estimate: $200 / 300

    3284Roseville Green Console Bowl #350-8Estimate: $300 / 400

    3285Two Roseville Mostique JardinieresLarge: Height 10 inches, Small: Height: 8 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $300 / 500

    Lot 3292

    Lot 3293

    3286Red Floral Mohair Spread5 foot square

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3287Dianne Ayres Bee Table Linen 14 1/2 x 24 1/2

    Estimate: $150 / 180

    3288Dianne Ayres Dragonfly Scarf16 1/2 x 31 1/2

    Estimate: $200 / 250

    3289Dianne Ayres Pinecone RunnerDimemsion: 13 x 42

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3290Dianne Ayres Linen Ginko ScarfDimensions: 13 x 69

    Estimate: $150 / 225

    3291Large Woven Arts & Crafts Panel Red/Green Dimensions: 50 x 112

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3292Dianne Ayres Poppy Scarf Dimensions: 13 x 40

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3293Dianne Ayres Dragonfly ScarfDimensions: 11 x 45 1/2

    Estimate: $150 / 200

  • 38

    Lot 3303Lot 3302

    Lot 3301

    Lot 3300

    Lot 3299Lot 3298

    Lot 3297

    Lot 3296

    Lot 3295

    Lot 3294

    3294Pair of Arts & Crafts Blankets Queen 56 x 82Estimate: $150 / 200

    3295Dianne Ayres Dragonfly ScarfLength: 72 inches, Width 20 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3296Dianne Ayres Ginkgo ScarfLength: 72 inches, Width 20 inches

    Estimate: $225 / 275

    3297Pair of Portiers - Multi Color GeoW: 4 feet , L: 10 1/2 feet

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    Lot 3304Lot 3305

    3298Pair of Linen Monterey Panels L: 36 inches, W: 74 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3299Dianne Ayres Wisteria Pillow21 inches square

    Estimate: $250 / 300

    3300Art Nouveau Panel Gold, BrownLength: 24 inches, Width: 18 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 300

    3301Embroidered Picture FireLength: 30 inches, Width: 10 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3302Embroidered Picture AirLength: 30 inches, Width: 10 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3303Two-part Screen with Embroidered PoetryLength: 28 inches, Height 38 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 250

    3304Austrian Children Ink Pastel on PaperLength: 40 inches, Width: 23 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 250

    3305Medival Wedding SceneLength: 60 inches, Width 29 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

  • 39

    Lot 3315

    Lot 3314Lot3313

    Lot 3312Lot 3311Lot 3310Lot 3309

    Lot 3308Lot 3307

    Lot 3306

    3306Embroidered TrayEstimate: $150 / 200

    3307BERTHA LUM(American 1869-1954)Kuan Yin, 1909Pastel, Gouache, and Graphite on paper.Sight: 26.5 x 18 inches/ 67.3 x 45.7 centimeters.Signed and dated lower left Bertha Lum 09Frame: 31.25 x 22.5 inches/ 79.3 x 57.2 centimeters.

    Estimate: $2,000 / 3,000

    3308Ephraim Milkweed Vase #506Estimate: $225 / 275

    3309Ephraim Legacy Vase #C28Estimate: $200 / 250

    3310Ephraim The Old Sage # 21Estimate: $250 / 350

    3311Ephraim Skunk Cabbage #007Estimate: $250 / 300

    3312Ephraim Evening Swallow #C15Estimate: $225 / 275

    3313Ephraim Rare Beauty # C009Estimate: $250 / 300

    3314Ephraim Ghost Orchid #B16Estimate: $175 / 225

    315Ephraim Delighted DaisiesEstimate: $100 / 150

  • 40

    Lot 3324Lot 3323Lot 3322

    Lot 3321

    Lot 3320Lot 3319

    Lot 3318Lot 3317

    Lot 3316A

    Lot 3316

    3316Ephraim Turtle VaseHeight: 11 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 350

    3316AEphraim Yellow/Green Flower BowlDiameter: 6 1/2inches

    Estimate: $125 / 150

    3317Ephraim Wisteria #B18Height: 14 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $250 / 325

    3318Ephraim Ladys Slipper #A51 Height: 16 inches

    Estimate: $550 / 650

    3319Embroidered Picture of a WomanLength: 30 inches, Width: 10 1/14 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3320Roycroft Pen TrayLength: 8 inches

    Estimate: $100 / 150

    3321Rookwood Rook bookends Height: 5 inches

    Estimate: $400 / 600

    3322Elizabeth Norton Cat Block Print 1935Length: 19 inches, Width: 14 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3323Elizabeth Norton Macaw Block Print 1928Length: 17 inches, Width: 12 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $500 / 600

    3324Elizabeth Norton Lion Block Print 1924Length: 15 1/2 inches, Width: 12 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 400

  • 41

    Lot 3331

    Lot 3330

    Lot 3329Lot 3328

    Lot 3327Lot 3326

    Lot 3325

    3325Rookwood Monumental Floral Vase with Silver OverlayH: 22 inches

    Estimate: $3,000 / 4,000

    3326Enameled Copper Made by Hand bookendsHeight: 6 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3327Walter Crane Triumph of Labour Signed: Walter Crane #4142 inches, Height 24 inches

    Estimate: $2,000 / 2,500

    3328Handel Lily 2 HeadsHeight: 17 inches

    Estimate: $900 / 1,200

    3329Jean Pfister Cypress & SeaLength: 15 inches, Width: 12 inches

    Estimate: $150 / 200

    3330Calco Adam & Eve BookendsHeight: 6 1/2 inches

    Estimate: $200 / 300

    3331Rookwood artist Edward Hurley water colorLength: 10 5/8 inches, Width: 7 1/4 inches

    Estimate: $600 / 800

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    Terms and Conditions of SaleSTANDARD CONDITIONS OF SALEThese Conditions of Sale are binding on all purchasers at Auction. Please read carefully.By registering to bid at auction, in person, or through an agent, by absentee bid, or telephone or any other means including the Internet and e-mail, you agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale (and changes made as noted below.) All property and every lot for sale in our catalogue is offered subject to the following terms and condi-tions, along with any changes that may be published or announced prior to or during a sale by Michaans Auctions. (MA). The terms MA us, we, or our as used herein all refer to Michaans Auctions. Unless otherwise indicated in the catalogue or at time of sale, MA acts at all times solely as the agent for the seller. All sales shall be deemed to occur in California regardless whether by telephone, mail or through the Internet or the physical location of the buyer.DEFINITIONS Hammer price: The highest bid received for a lot upon the fall of the auctioneers hammer. Buyers premium: The amount paid by the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price and in addition thereto. Purchase price: The aggregate of the hammer, buyers premium and applicable taxes or other fees, if any, as may be required by law.Reserve: The minimum price at which the lot may be sold. Buyer: The person or entity who buys property at auction or private sale.Consignor: The seller, or the sellers representative, on behalf of whom we are selling the Property.Lot: The single item or group of items offered by us for sale.Property: The item or items comprising an auction lot being offered for sale.BUYERS PREMIUM The Buyer shall pay a Buyers Premium which shall be retained by MA as follows: If you choose to pay by check, cashiers check or cash, the Buyers Premium is eighteen percent (18%) per lot up to and including $250,000 plus twelve percent (12%) per lot of any amount in excess of $250,001 up to and including $1,000,000 and ten percent (10%) per lot in excess of $1,000,001. If you choose to pay by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Discover only) or any other form of payment, the Buyers Premium is twenty-one percent (21%) per lot up to and including $250,000 plus fifteen percent (15%) per lot of any amount in excess of $250,001 up to and including $1,000,000 and twelve percent (12%) in excess of $1,000,001. Internet Buyers Premium is twenty-three percent (23%) per lot up to and including $250,000 plus eighteen percent (18%) per lot of any amount in excess of $250,001.TERMS OF SALEa. The Purchase of and Payment for PropertyThe sale of a lot shall be to the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer, in accord with these Conditions of Sale. Title to the lot shall pass with the fall of the Auctioneers hammer. Buyer shall pay the Purchase price, as defined above, and such other fees as may be due, in full, within seven (7) days of the auction sale. Sale is not final and property will not be released to Buyer until good funds for all amounts due, are received by MA. Payment may be made (i) in cash, (ii) by wire transfer (additional $15

    fee), (iii) by money order or other guaranteed funds, or (iv) by personal check (when buyers credit is approved). No lot shall be transferred by Buyer to another person until the sale is final. In the event of partial payment for any lot or lots we shall apply payments, in our discretion, to the lot or lots we select. The Buyer grants MA a security interest in the purchased Property, and we may retain as collat-eral any property purchased and any funds in our possession, to secure a Buyers obligations to us, if any. We retain the rights of a secured party under the California Commercial Code. All fees, taxes, pre-miums or other sums due and not paid pursuant to this paragraph shall bear interest at 1.5 % per month from the 8th day following the sale to the date paid in full. b. Collection of PropertyUpon transfer of title, Buyer assumes full responsi-bility, including risk of loss and damage, for the Property. Purchased property shall be removed at Buyers expense within fifteen (15) days after the sale becomes final. Property not removed shall be subject to a service fee of $50, and a storage fee, if retained by MA, of 1% of the purchase price per month. MA may also, in its sole discretion, elect to place the Property in a public storage facility at the Buyers sole risk, responsibility and expense.c. Liability for delivery of propertyIf, for any reason whatsoever, we are unable to deliv-er the purchased Property to the Buyer, MA shall be liable to the Buyer only for the Purchase price paid by the Buyer and in no event shall we be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, business interruption or loss of profit.d. Available ShippingAs a service to the purchaser, MA may be able to pack and ship items as set forth in the provisions for shipping in the paragraph following the terms and conditions of sale.THE AUCTION PROCEDUREa. RegistrationBidders must register in advance to bid at auction. (a) If by mail or on the Internet please comply with, sign and send back the requisite form or absentee bid. (b) To telephone bid, Bidders must complete, sign and fax a copy of the Telephone Bid Registration Form, which is available only by calling MA. Telephone lines are limited, and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration to bid by tele-phone must be completed by 5 p.m. the day prior to the auction. (c) When intending to bid in person, pre register at the desk and obtain a bidding paddle. The auctioneer may refuse to recognize any person not registered and not having a paddle number. MA reserves the right at its sole discretion, to refuse anyone the right to register and participate at an auction.b. AnnouncementsWe may, at the commencement of, or during the Auction, announce changes in or modifications to the Conditions of Sale or descriptions of Property.c. Absentee BidsFor a Buyers convenience, absentee bids will be accepted, when properly executed and submitted in a timely manner. However, we neither accept any responsibility to an absentee bidder, nor any liability whatsoever for a failure to execute the absentee bid for any reason. In the event that identical multiple absentee bids are the highest bids received for the same lot then the earliest received of the competing

    absentee bids shall prevail at that bid amount.d. Auctioneers Discretion The Auctioneer has the absolute discretion to 1) pass a lot or withdraw it from sale at any time prior to its actual sale; 2) refuse to recognize any bidder; 3) refuse to recognize any bid; 4) resolve any dispute between bidders or resolve any doubtful bid by deciding who is the successful bidder or nullifying the auction of the lot and reoffering it for sale. The Auctioneers decision is binding as to disputes aris-ing at auction. If a dispute arises post sale, our records of the sale shall be conclusive. Both the Auctioneer and MA shall be without any liability whatsoever resulting from the exercise of the dis-cretion referred to herein.e. ReservesAll Property is offered for sale subject to a Reserve unless otherwise stated by us at time of sale. MA may protect the Reserve by an initial bid or contin-ued bidding on behalf of the consignor. Any bids by MA staff after the Reserve is met shall be made only on behalf or registered bidders. Neither the con-signor nor an agent or representative of the con-signor is allowed to bid on their own property.DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIESExcept for warranty of title, neither we nor the Consignor make any warranties, guarantees or rep-resentation, express or implied, with respect to the Property, including, but not necessarily limited to, any implied warranty of fitness for purpose or merchantability.Any and all statements and descriptions in any cata-logue or elsewhere by MA, relating to age, attribu-tion, authenticity, size, genuineness, provenance, his-torical relevance or significance, physical condition, importance, quality, quantity, rarity, period, culture, source or origin, are presented as statements of qualified opinion only. MAs disclaimer of liability covers information con-tained in catalogues, and all other printed material published by us, including condition reports. Buyers assume the responsibility to inspect the Property and make their own decision as to the nature, quali-ty and value of the Property.Neither MA nor the Consignor make any warranty or representation with regard to the existence of or the transfer of intellectual property rights, except and to such extent as may, from time to time, be explicitly stated.No employee of MA is authorized to nor shall make any warranty or representation on MAs behalf, except as stated in the catalog or in any written addendum. ESTIMATES OF VALUEAll estimates of value as published in our Catalogues or elsewhere are statements of qualified opinion as to the range of the price a willing buyer might pay for the Property at auction. The actual price paid at auction or subsequently, may vary substantially from the estimates. MA shall not be liable for any such differential.BUYERS DEFAULTIf a Buyer fails to pay for purchased Property, or otherwise does not comply with these Conditions of Sale, the Buyer shall be in default. In addition to all remedies available in law, to MA and to the Consignor, the Buyer shall be liable for the entire Purchase price. Additionally, at our option, we may either cancel the sale and retain all payments made by Buyer as well as retain any and all Property of

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    Buyer in our possession as security against payment of the sums in default, or we may re-offer the Property for sale, at auction or privately, without reserve. Buyer shall be liable to us and the Consignor for the additional fees, commissions and costs on both sales (including handling, storage and court costs and attorneys fees) resulting from the cancellation or resale of the Property and in the event of resale, any deficiency which may result.RESCISSIONThe sole and exclusive remedy, available only to the original buyer, is the limited right of rescission set forth herein. MA will cancel the sale of Property if the original buyer establishes to our satisfaction that there has been a breach of the Consignors warran-ty of title, or that the identification of Authorship* of the Property as set forth in Bold Type Heading is not substantially correct, based on a fair reading of the Catalogue (as may be amended by posted or announced changes.) IN ALL INSTANCES, YOU MUST GIVE WRITTEN NOTICE TO US WITHIN 30 DAYS OF THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY, SETTING FORTH THE BASIS FOR YOUR CLAIM AND, AT YOUR SOLE EXPENSE AND RISK, RETURN THE PROPERTY IN QUESTION TO MA WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS AFTER NOTICE IS GIVEN AND IN THE SAME CONDITION AS WHEN SOLD. Upon review of the claim and the property, if we are satisfied with the bases for your claim and the property is in the same condition it was in when sold, MA will rescind the sale and return to you the Purchase price, unless we have already remitted funds to the Consignor. In that event, and at MAs sole discretion, MA shall either pay you as provided above, or shall pay you only that portion of the Purchase price retained by us (the Sellers commission, the buyers premium and any sales taxes collected) and on your behalf make demand on the Consignor for the balance and upon receipt of the funds remit same to you. Should the Consignor refuse to return the funds to you or to MA, we shall disclose the Consignors identity and assign to you any and all rights MA may have against the Consignor. Any and all liability MA may have as agent for the Consignor shall thereupon terminate.BUYER EXPRESSLY UNDERSTANDS AND AGREES THAT MA SHALL HAVE NO OTHER LIABILITY TO THE BUYER EXCEPT FOR THE RETURN OF THE PURCHASE PRICE AND THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL MA BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR COMPENSATORY DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFIT OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.

    *Authorship refers to the maker or creator of the Property, and the period, social culture, and origin of the Property as stated in the Bold Type Heading for a given lot in our catalogue. It does not refer to the descriptions which may be contained in the informa-tion below the Bold Type Heading.

    MISCELLANEOUS a. Modification: No modification or amendment of the Conditions of Sale shall bind MA unless con-tained in a writing signed by MA, except as may be posted or published as noted above or verbally announced at time of sale.b. Severability: If, for any reason, any part of the Conditions of Sale is held to be invalid or unen-forceable, the remaining portion shall be valid and enforceable.c. Successors and Assigns: The Conditions of Sale shall be binding on all the heirs and assigns of the Buyers

    and bidders and inure to the benefit of MAs succes-sors and assigns.d. Jurisdiction, Venue, Choice of Law: Dispute resolution shall occur in Alameda County, California, USA. The provisions of the Conditions of Sale will be con-strued and disputes determined by application of California Law, without regard to conflicts of law.e. Notice, Service of Process: Buyers agree to accept all notices and service of process relating to dispute resolution at the address provided by Buyer on any registration forms required to be executed as a con-dition of bidding in our auction.f. Dispute Resolution: All disputes and claims arising out of or relating to events and actions covered herein, brought by or against us, shall be resolved by mediation or binding arbitration in accord with the procedures set forth below. This provision does not apply to claims brought by the Buyer directly against the Consignor, including, but not limited to any action brought pursuant to the rescission provisions noted aboveOPTIONAL PROVISIONS Shipping, insurance packaging and handling of pur-chased lots is at the risk and expense of the pur-chaser. As a service to the purchaser, MA may ship appropriate items solely via United Parcel Service, (UPS) Ground. MA will not ship by any other meth-od including USPS, and property requiring freight shipment. MA will, in no event insure the property whether or not packaged and shipped by MA. MA shall not, under any circumstances, be liable for the loss, theft or damage to property, including, but not limited to selection of shipper, the acts or omissions of any shipper or the acts or omissions occurring in packing for shipment. It is the purchasers responsi-bility to obtain a shipping quote for any lot being offered, from an outside shipper, prior to the auc-tion date. (As a courtesy, MA may provide quotes for items to be shipped via UPS). Post sale determi-nation of shipping costs does not constitute grounds for cancellation of any purchase made at auction. Purchasers are advised that large and fragile items can be expensive and that MA will ship no property without first obtaining consent from the purchaser and only after packing and shipping costs have been disclosed by MA. When MA is to pack and ship, MA will provide to the bidder with a quote for cost of packing and handling and the UPS fee. The Purchaser is responsible for any insurance of the shipment. Shipment will not be made until both all sums due MA including the shipping and handling fees as quot-ed, and written confirmation is received that insur-ance has been waived or has been obtained by pur-chaser. Shipment may take up to 21 days after pay-ment is received.MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION PROCEDURES (a) Within 30 days of written notice that there is a dispute, the parties or their representatives may meet at a time and place mutually agreed upon, to mediate their differences. If the parties agree, a mediator acceptable to the parties shall be selected. The mediator shall be an attorney, trained in media-tion techniques and familiar with commercial law and the California Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The mediators fees shall be shared equally and paid by all parties. At the mediation, all parties shall have actual authority to settle the dispute. Any statements made during, and all aspects of, the medi-ation process shall be kept confidential and shall not be admissible in any subsequent arbitration or judi-cial proceeding. Any resolution shall be confidential. (b) If the parties cannot agree to mediation, or if

    mediation does not resolve the dispute, or in any event no longer than 60 days after receipt of writ-ten notice referred to above, the parties shall submit the dispute for binding arbitration before a single neutral arbitrator jointly selected, or absent agree-ment, selected from the panel of Arbitrators provid-ed by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). If, within 15 days, the parties cannot agree on an arbitrator, then AAA shall select one (1) person as arbitrator in accord with AAA rules. The arbitrator shall be an attorney, experienced in commercial law and with the UCC. The arbitrator shall be required to follow the law in making his award, and the award shall be in writing and shall set forth findings of fact and legal conclusions.(c) The arbitration shall occur within 60 days of the selection of the arbitrator, in either Oakland or San Francisco, California, unless the parties agree to another location. Discovery and the procedure for the Arbitration shall, unless otherwise agreed to by the parties, follow the pro-cedures and policies of AAA governing commercial arbitration, subject however to the following modifi-cations:1. All arbitration proceedings shall be confidential. None of the parties nor the arbitrator, may disclose the existence, content or results of the arbitration without the written consent of all parties.2. The parties shall attempt to agree on the issues to be arbitrated, or identify the disputed issues in writ-ing no later than 45 days prior to arbitration. 3. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, discovery, if any, shall be limited as follows: (a) Requests for no more than 10 clearly identified categories of docu-ments, to be provided to the requesting party within 14 days of written request therefore; (b) Depositions: No more than two (2) per party, pro-vided however, the deposition(s) are to be complet-ed within one (1) day; (c) Compliance with the above shall be enforced by the arbitrator in accord with California law.4. Each party shall have no longer than eight (8) hours to present its position. The entire hearing before the arbitrator shall not take longer than three (3) consecutive days, unless all parties agree otherwise in writing.The award shall be made in writing no more than 30 days following the end of the proceeding. Judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered by any court having jurisdiction thereof. Each party shall bear its own attorneys fees and costs in connection with the proceedings and shall share equally the fees and expenses of the arbitrator.

    This auction is being conducted in compliance with section 2328 of the Commercial Code, section 535 of the Penal Code, and provisions of the California Civil Code.

    Bonded pursuant to California Civil Code sec 1812.600 et seq. Bond # 71393954

    JEWELRY SOLD AT MICHAANS AUCTIONS:It is the responsibility of the bidder to examine carefully any item(s) of potential interest.

    For all the jewelry sold here at Michaans Auctions the following applies:All gemstone weights are approximate.We are aware of the many types of treatments and/or enhancements used today on diamonds and col-ored stones. The purpose is to improve their appearance i.e. color and/or clarity. Techniques like heat treatments, color diffusion, irradiated, HTHP, oiling, resin, bleaching, dying and impregnation are just a few techniques known today. Some treatments combined. Some treatments are not detectable using

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    standard gemological procedures. Not all treatments are permanent. Prospective buyers are therefore reminded that unless otherwise noted in the description(s), it must be assumed that some form of enhancement may have been used.

    Regarding laboratories certification: The certifica-tions mentioned in the descriptions only reflect the opinions of the laboratory. From one laboratory to another they do differ on the degrees of grading and/or treatments. And if a stone has a certificate from a laboratory we cannot guarantee this grading.

    Watches must be examined carefully. Although we do attempt to mention in our descriptions signifi-cant defects, needed repairs, absent stones and the like, we do not guarantee the accuracy or operation of any watch function.

    Detailed condition reports are available for most pieces. These reports contain more information than the catalog descriptions. Images shown may appear smaller or larger than actual size.PROPERTY MADE FROM OR CONTAINING MATERIALS FROM ENDANGERED OR PROTECTED SPECIESProperty that contains any percentage of material made or potentially made from endangered and/or other protected species of wildlife are, as a courtesy, marked in the catalogue with the symbol * . Michaans Auctions does not accept any responsibili-ty or liability for failing to mark such lots. Such material includes, but is not limited to, ivory, tortoise shell, crocodile skin, whalebone, rhinoceros horn, some species of coral and certain woods.

    Prospective buyers are advised that several coun-tries completely prohibit importation of property made, all or in part, of proscribed materials. Some countries require special permits, such as a CITES permit, from the relevant regulating authority in the countries of exportation and importation as well. Potential buyers intending to import the property into another country should be familiar with the rel-evant customs laws and regulations prior to bidding on property containing wildlife material. Regulations may vary as the U.S. prohibits importation of articles containing material(s) from species it has designated endangered or threatened if the articles are less than 100 years old.

    It shall be the potential buyers sole responsi-bility to research and satisfy the require-ments of any laws and regulations that apply to the import and export of property as described in the aforementioned paragraphs. Prospective buyers must also note that the inability or delay in obtaining permits, licens-es or other permissions to import or export property containing potentially regulated

    wildlife material will not constitute a basis for rescission or cancellation of the sale of said property or the delay in payment of pur-chased items in accordance with the Conditions of Sale.

    Definitions of Authorship:This is to qualify the relationship between the object and the named person in the catalogue. The follow-ing conventions for attribution are used by Michaans Auctions:

    Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a work by the art-ist. When the artists forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indi-cates that in our opinion the work is by the artists named.Attributed to Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category.

    Studio of Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist, which may or may not have been executed under the artists direction.

    Circle of Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified by distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil.

    Style of ......; follower of Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a work by a painter working in the art-ists style, contemporary or near contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil.

    Manner of Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date.

    after Giovanni Bellini: In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist.

    The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist.

    The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand.bearing signature.../bearing date.../bear-ing inscription... In our opinion the signature/date/inscription is by a hand other than that of the artist.

    Typical Headings:FURNITURE

    George III Mahogany Chest of DrawersThird Quarter 18th Century

    This heading, with date included, means that

    the piece is, in our opinion, of the period indi-cated with no major alterations or resto-rations.

    George III Mahogany Chest of DrawersThis heading, without the inclusion of the date, indicates that, in our opinion, the piece, while basically of the period, has undergone signifi-cant restoration and alteration.

    George III Style Mahogany Chest of DrawersThe inclusion of the word style in the head-ing indicates that, in our opinion, the piece was made as an intentional reproduction of an ear-lier style.


    Antoine-Louis BaryeThis heading indicates that the casting and pat-ination were done by the artist or with his direct authorization or supervsion.

    Cast After a Model by Antoine-Louis BaryeThis heading indicates that the casting and pat-ination of a known Barye model were done by another, i.e., artisans at the F. Barbedienne or other foundry.


    Meissen Porcelain Cup and SaucerLate 19th Century

    This states that the cup and saucer were made at the Meissen factory in the last quarter of the 19th Century.

    Meissen Porcelain Cup and a SaucerLate 19th Century

    Again, this states that the cup and saucer were made at the Meissen factory in the last quar-ter of the 19th Century, but it also indicates that the cup and saucer may not have been born together.

    Meissen Porcelain Cup and SaucerCirca 1900

    This states that the cup and saucer are of Meissen style, and although of the date specified, not neces-sarily made at the Meissen factory.

    Meissen Porcelain Cup and a Saucer19th Century

    This states that the cup and saucer are of Meissen style, and although of the date speci-fied, not necessarily made at the Meissen factory.

    Meissen Porcelain Cup and SaucerThe title without a specific date simply states that the pieces were made at the Meissen fac-tory but does not specify when, implying that their age is questionable.

    Minimum Value from US $ 0 from US $ 50 from US $ 200 from US $ 500 from US $ 1000 from US $ 2000 from US $ 5000 from US $ 10000 from US $ 20000

    Maximum Value to US $ 49 to US $ 199 to US $ 499 to US $ 999 to US $ 1999 to US $ 4999 to US $ 9999 to US $ 19999 and above

    Expected Bid Increment US $ 5 US $ 10 US $ 25 US $ 50 US $ 100 US $ 250 US $ 500 US $ 1000 US $ 2500

    Bid Increments

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    Now inviting quality consignments for our upcoming auctions.

    We are currently seeking consignments of fine art, American and European furniture, decorative arts, Asian art and fine jewelry and timepieces.

    To schedule a private appointment or to inquire about consigning please contact Tammie Chambless at (510) 227-2530.

    1. An Exceedingly Rare and Important Soapstone Figural Carving, 18th Century, dated by inscription to 1750, Sold for $2,235,000 2. R. Lalique Opalescent Bacchantes Vase, stenciled R. Lalique, France, Sold for $50,1503. DArcy Gaw Dirk Van Erp Hammered Copper & Mica Lamp, Sold for $9,9454. Free Form Top Solid Walnut Studio Nakashima Single Pedestal Desk, Sold for $10,0305. United States $2 1/2 Gold Coin, 1911-D, AU Sold for $6,435

    6. Massive Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Boulle Ebonized Bonnetiere, Sold for $10,6207. Tiffany Studios Wisteria Table Lamp, Sold for $283,2008. Emerald, Diamond, Platinum, 18K Yellow Gold Necklace, Sold for $141,6009. Joseph Rusling Meeker Near the Atchafalaya, 1881, Oil on canvas Sold for $64,900







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