February 5, 2013 - Decorative Art Auction

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Lot# 1001 A George III sterling silver serving dish


1826, Dublin, mark of Edward Power, the circular domed cover engraved with a coat of arms and surmounted by a finial in the form of a wolf's head wearing a collar suspending a ring, and with a gadrooned border to underside, over a shallow body with gadrooned rim flanked by gadrooned foliate-sheathed handles, together with a later, associated and unmarked removable divider, 6.5'' H x 15.25'' W x 11.5'' D, 55.5 oz troy tw approximately, est: $1500/2000
*Price Realized: $2,205.00

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Lot# 1002 A George III sterling silver tea caddy


1782, London, mark of John Denziloe, the oval body repousse and chased with floral garlands centered to back and front with vacant oval reserves suspended by bowknots within wavy borders, the hinged lid chased with conforming garlands and borders and surmounted with an urn-form finial, 4.35'' H x 5.125'' W x 4'' D, 14.4 oz troy approximately, est: $500/1000
*Price Realized: $551.25

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Lot# 1003 A Victorian sterling silver & glass decanter


1860, Birmingham, maker's mark of Elkington & Co, the grape cluster finial atop a hinged lid over an attenuated, faceted neck on a globular body encircled by a collar of grape vines connected to the lid by a floral-decorated clasp, marked to underside of clasp, to hinge and to collar, 11.5'' H x 5.25'' Dia., est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $1,920.00

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Lot# 1004 A .950 coffee pot and sterling jug & bowl, Ensko


Circa 1950, an assembled service, comprising: a coffee pot with maker's mark and ''Ensko / New York'' and ''950 / 1000 / Fine Silver'', further stamped ''2525'', the domed hinged lid with turned finial over a spreading cylindrical body with swan's neck spout and scrolled wooden handle (8.25'' H x 7.75'' W x 4'' W) (gross weight: 20.1 oz troy approximately); a creamer marked ''Ensko / New York'' and ''Sterling'', further stamped ''1700'', the pear-shaped body with scrolled handle on a spreading circular foot (3.375'' H x 3.5'' W x 2.125'' D'') (3.3 oz troy approximately); and a waste bowl marked ''Ensko / New York'' and ''Sterling'', further stamped ''1717'', the circular body on a spreading circular foot (2.125'' H x 3.5'' Dia.) (2.8 oz troy approximately); 3 pcs, , est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $780.00

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Lot# 1005 A Louis Philippe silver-plate tureen, C. Balaine


Second quarter 19th century, Paris, maker's marks 'C. Balaine / No. 91 / Faubg. Du Temp.'' and ''C.B. / Double'' with an insect (Charles Balaine, active 1829 - circa 1840), further marked ''10E.'', the gadrooned acorn finial over an oval domed cover with gadrooned border over a conforming body flanked by scroll handles, raised on a spreading pedestal, 12'' H x 15'' W x 8.5'' D, est: $500/700

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Lot# 1006 A Louis Philippe .950 silver chocolate pot


Circa 1840, Paris, mark of Jean Francois Veyrat (active 1832 - 1840), Minerva first standard mark, the domed hinged lid with knop finial over the pear-shaped body with short covered spout and downswept ebonized wood handle, on a stepped circular foot, 7.25'' H x 7'' W x 4.24'' D, gross weight: 14.5 oz troy approximately, est: $300/500
*Price Realized: $490.00

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Lot# 1007 19th Century French Orientalism, H. Garnier


'Tunis'', signed lower right: H. Garnier, numbered verso: #30, oil on panel, 7'' H x 12.25'' W, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $1,163.75

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Lot# 1008 Karl Kauffmann (1843-1905 French)


''Fishing Boats near Dieppe'', oil on canvas, 13'' H x 25'' W, est: $700/1000
*Price Realized: $1,200.00

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Lot# 1009 Willibald Wex (1831-1892 German)


Marsh landscape at sunset, oil on canvas laid to canvas, 16'' H x 31.5'' W, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $660.00

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Lot# 1010 A Hutschenreuther porcelain plaque after Murillo


Circa 1900, Selb, Bavaria, impressed verso with monogram ''CMHR'' within a circle and further impressed ''3'', depicting the Madonna and child after Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1618 - 1682 Spanish), oval-shaped within a carved wood easel-back frame, overall 9.25'' H x 6.75'' W, est: $700/900
*Price Realized: $510.00

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Lot# 1011 A Berlin KPM porcelain plaque, Carl Meinelt


Late 19th century, impressed scepter and ''KPM'' mark, further impressed ''H'' and incised ''12. 9 3/4'', signed lower left ''C- Mlt'' (Carl Meinelt active 1860-1882), depicting a maiden seated beside a stream in a grassy landscape with a Roman temple in the distance, within a giltwood frame, overall: 20.75'' H x 18.25'' W x 2.5'' D; the plaque only: 12.5'' H x 10'' W x 0.25'' D, est: $4000/6000
*Price Realized: $3,900.00

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Lot# 1012 A William & Mary style inlaid jewelry chest


Late 19th century, banded with various woods including oak, satinwood, rosewood and ebony over oak and pine secondary wood, the rectangular hinged lid opening to reveal a deep compartment with a removable divided tray, above two short drawers and one long drawer over a molded apron raised on brass ball feet, 10.5'' H x 8.75'' W x 5.75'' D, est: $500/700

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