November 15, 2011 - Antique & Fine Art Auction

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Lot# 1001 A pair of Paris porcelain pink-ground vases


Late 19th century, one with three hache marks to underside, each with flared circular rim over a tapering neck and baluster body decorated with beauties in flowing robes with floral sprays and garlands, each with paper label to underside inscribed ''5'' and one with handwritten paper label to underside inscribed ''Bought in Washington D.C. in 1901 at the sale of the 'Bancroft' ... by Mary Wilson...'', 2 pcs, 20'' H x 8.5'' Dia., est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $1,680.00

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Lot# 1002 A Berlin KPM porcelain plaque


Late 19th / early 20th century, impressed ''K.P.M'' and scepter mark, also incised ''12 . 9 3/4'', signed 'Horn' lower right, depicting a bearded man, within a carved painted wooden frame, 12.5'' H x 10.5'' W, est: $3000/5000

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Lot# 1003 Two Royal Copenhagen porcelain figures, Carl Martin-Hansen


First half 20th century, designed by Carl Martin-Hansen (1877-1941 Danish), each with Royal Copenhagen wave mark, the first: model #12230, titled ''Horne'', depicting a male figure in a striped jacket and vest; the second: model #12221, titled ''Faero'', depicting a female figure in a flowered shawl; 2 pcs, each, 13'' H, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $3,675.00

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Lot# 1004 A Viennese enameled and gilt bronze miniature figural clock


Late 19th / early 20th century, apparently unmarked, depicting a female figure holding aloft the clock face, on a cylindrical pedestal decorated with cherubs playing, 8'' H x 2'' Dia., est: $1000/1500

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Lot# 1005 A Reuge automaton singing bird box


Second half 20th century, marked to underside ''Reuge Music / Sainte-Croix / Made in Switzerland'', the footed box with gold-plated trim and with cobalt blue enameled side panels and cream enameled top, the front and back panels with oval reserves depicting rustic figures, the top decorated with roses and inset with an hinged, pop-up oval lid depicting rustic figures, opening to reveal a mechanical chirping bird, the four corners set with lapis lazuli, 2'' H x 4.75'' W x 2.5'' D, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $1,800.00

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Lot# 1006 A German silver Kiddush cup / chalice


Second half 19th century, Hanau, bearing English import mark of John George Smith, decorated with enameled cartouches depicting Old Testament scenes and Jewish symbols, with gilt-washed interior, 9.5'' H x 3.25'' Dia., 11.3 oz troy gross weight approximately, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $1,920.00

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Lot# 1007 A Russian silver and plique-a-jour beaker


Circa 1899 - 1908, with left-facing Kokoshnik and re-struck makers mark, the cylindrical body decorated with flowers, swans and birds in flight, bordered with a band of stars of David, accompanied by a fitted red leather case, 2 pcs, 3.75'' H x 2.25'' Dia., est: $600/800
*Price Realized: $5,000.00

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Lot# 1008 A Baroque style German silver tankard


Late 19th / early 20th century, probably Hanau, with pseudo hallmarks, of typical form, the spreading cylindrical body with repousse decoration depicting a Bacchanalia with satyrs, maenads and putti, with a domed top surmounted by an apple-form finial over a fruiting garland and ruffled rim, on a similarly decorated foot, 10'' H x 6'' Dia., 23.7 oz troy approximately, est: $2000/3000
*Price Realized: $1,680.00

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Lot# 1009 A pair of French Rococo style .950 silver compotes, Emile Delaire


Late 19th / early 20th century, each with makers mark of Emile Delaire (1882-1920 French) and Minerva 1st standard mark, each with C-scroll and floral-decorated rim on a shallow circular body, over a spreading spiral twist stem and C-scroll-decorated circular foot, each engraved with an armorial crest and a trophy, 2 pcs, 5'' H x 9'' Dia., 34.2 oz troy tw approximately, est: $2500/3500
*Price Realized: $2,280.00

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Lot# 1010 A German .800 silver double-handled armorial tray, H. Meyen & Co


Late 19th / early 20th century, with makers mark, further marked ''H. Meyen & Co. Berlin'', of shaped rectangular outline, the pierced handles modeled as flowers issuing from ''stems'' forming borders, centered with a crown and two shields, 1'' H x 24'' W x 17'' D, 69.6 oz troy approximately, est: $1200/1800
*Price Realized: $2,160.00

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Lot# 1011 A Dutch silver pierced footed bowl


Circa 1890, bearing Maastricht .833-standard mark and also bearing pre-1953 rampant lion .934 standard mark with unidentified intruding mark, and bearing further unidentified mark, the circular scalloped rim decorated with C-scrolls and shell clasps, over a round body with all-over pierced foliate bird pattern draped with floral swags, with double loop handles, on a pierced circular base over four floral-decorated feet, with glass bowl insert, 5.25'' H x 9.75'' Dia., 30.3 oz troy approximately, est: $1500/2000
*Price Realized: $2,205.00

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Lot# 1012 A German .800 silver platter, Bruckmann & Sohne


Late 19th / early 20th century, with maker's mark of Bruckmann & Sohne, Heilbronn, oval with scroll and floral-decorated rim, centering a cipher ''HBI'', 0.75'' H x 18'' W x 14'' D, 35.5 oz troy approximately, est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $1,041.25

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