March 6, 2012 -Antique & Fine Art Auction

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Lot# | 1001-1012 | 1013-1024 | 1025-1036 | 1037-1048 | 1049-1060 | 1061-1072 | 1073-1084 | 1085-1096 | 1097-1108 | 1109-1120 | 1121-1132 | 1133-1135

Lot# 1001 A Meissen porcelain mantle clock


20th century, with underglaze blue crossed swords mark to back, the movement unmarked, the circular enameled dial with Roman chapters within a waisted case decorated with flowers and cherubs allegorical of the four seasons, on scrolled feet, 18.5'' H x 11.5'' W, est: $2500/3500
*Price Realized: $3,600.00

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Lot# 1002 A Berlin (KPM) porcelain mythological figure group


Late 19th / early 20th century, with blue scepter and iron red orb marks, depicting Paris and Venus seated beside three putti and a dog on a rocaille base, 8.5'' H x 8.5'' W x 8'' D, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $1,020.00

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Lot# 1003 A set of twelve Vienna porcelain plates


First half 20th century, each with blue beehive mark and title to reverse, each with blue, cream and gilt-decorated borders, each centering a different mythological scene, the first: ''Autumn'', signed Elli Wieden; the second: ''The Spring'', signed Jos. Ruhs; the third: ''Spring'', signed R. Staral; the fourth: ''At the Source'', signed K. Burklen; the fifth: ''Decoration of Amor'', signed O. Vanicka; the sixth: ''Amors (sic) Guide'', signed K. Radler; the seventh: ''Flower Harvest'', signed G. Reif; the eighth: ''Amors Tryumpf (sic)'', signed W. Goltsch; the ninth: ''Leda'', signed K. Wildner; the tenth: ''At Full Galopp (sic)'', signed F. Hiebel; the eleventh: ''Amor Captive'', signed F. Hiebel; the twelfth: ''My Darling'', signed Elli Wieden; 12 pcs, each, 0.75'' H x 10.75'''' Dia., est: $2000/3000

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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: $600/900
*Price Realized: $1,020.00

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Lot# 1005 A Louis XV style ormolu and enamel clock, Henry Marc, Paris


Late 19th century, the movement marked ''Henry, Paris'', further marked ''CD'', ''4'' and ''Made in France'', the circular dial with Roman chapters, within a champleve enameled case decorated with flowers surmounted by a hunting trophy and a pinecone finial, over a pair of putti on a drapery-swagged base on toupie feet, 10'' H x 5'' W x 2.5'' D, est: $1500/2500
*Price Realized: $3,600.00

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Lot# 1006 After Auguste Moreau, a bronze figural group of Cupid & Psyche


Late 19th / early 20th century, signed to base ''A. Moreau'' (Auguste Moreau 1834 - 1917 French), depicting Cupid with bow and quiver beside Psyche and a dog, the three in mid-stride, on an integral circular base, , est: $2000/3000
*Price Realized: $2,100.00

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Lot# 1007 A French miniature of figures in an interior, M. Guillermin


Late 19th / early 20th century, signed lower right ''M. Guillermin'', on ivorine, depicting two handmaidens presenting jewelry caskets to a lady and gentleman, within a gilt-metal easel-back frame crested with a laurel wreath, image size: 3'' x 4'', overall, 5.5'' H x 5.25'' W, est: $500/700
*Price Realized: $660.00

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Lot# 1008 After Nicholas Poussin,19th Century Genre Scene, Figures in an Interior


appears unsigned, oil on canvas laid to canvas, 29'' H x 44'' W, est: $1500/2000
*Price Realized: $840.00

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Lot# 1009 Jan Skramlik (1860-1936 Czech)


Seated Man Playing Guitar, oil on canvas, 26'' H x 20'' W, est: $700/1000
*Price Realized: $562.50

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Lot# 1010 Henri Schafer (1833-1916 French)


Brussels Cathedral Interior Scene and Figures, watercolor on paper under Plexiglas, sight size: 25'' H x 18'' W, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $1,560.00

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Lot# 1011 Robert Thorburn Ross (1816-1876 British)


Fishermen working along the Scottish North Sea Coast, watercolor and gouache on paper under glass, paper size: 13.75'' H x 20.5'' W, est: $700/1000

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Lot# 1012 A pair of Louis XV style gilt bronze four-light convertible candelabra


Late 19th / early 20th century, one with partial paper label to underside reading ''Meubles & Bronzes Anciens / Reparations'', each with central C-scroll and foliate-cast stem issuing scrolling acanthus-sheathed arms with floriform nozzles and removable drip pans, on a domed, molded circular base, convertible to a candlestick, each, 20'' H x 12'' Dia., est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $1,920.00

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Lot# | 1001-1012 | 1013-1024 | 1025-1036 | 1037-1048 | 1049-1060 | 1061-1072 | 1073-1084 | 1085-1096 | 1097-1108 | 1109-1120 | 1121-1132 | 1133-1135

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