April 28, 2015 - Decorative Art Auction

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Lot# 1001 A Shreve & Co. sterling silver bowl after Paul Revere


First half 20th century, marked ''Shreve & Co / San Francisco / Sterling'', further marked ''10835'' and ''Paul Revere / Reproduction'', the flaring rim over a circular body raised on a stepped domed foot, 6.125'' H x 12'' Dia., 45.770 oz troy approximately, est: $500/700
*Price Realized: $600.00

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Lot# 1002 Bob Wood (1925-1999 Montana)


Inscribed and dated ''/50 (c) Bob Wood 1981'', titled on plaque ''Lincoln at Gettysburg'', from the edition of 50, a bronze sculpture depicting a seated President Abraham Lincoln deep in thought, holding a rolled manuscript in his right hand, raised on a beveled-edge wooden plinth, overall: 29.75'' H x 17'' W x 23'' D, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $564.75

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Lot# 1003 Thomas Ridgeway Gould (1818-1881 Boston, MA)


Inscribed to base ''T. R. Gould So: / 1867'', a marble portrait bust of a young man, 17.5'' H x 14.5'' W x 8.5'' D, est: $3000/5000

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Lot# 1004 An Elias Robert gilt-bronze cartel clock for Tiffany


Mid / late 19th century, the two-train movement signed ''A. Brocot & Delettrez / Paris'' and numbered ''11138 / 16112'', the pendulum stamped ''5511'', the face signed ''Tiffany & Co. / New-York'', chimes on the hour and on the half, the hinged glazed aperture enclosing the scrolling pierced gilt hands over a white enamel face with applied blue Roman numerals and black Arabic minutes track, centering a gilt-bronze sculptural surround in the form of two angels signed ''L.V.E. Robert'' for Louis Valentin Elias Robert (1821-1874 French), 22'' H x 21.5'' W x 5.75'' D, est: $4000/6000
*Price Realized: $8,575.00

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Lot# 1005 A Benjamin Pike 3'' refracting telescope with stand


Late 19th century, marked ''Pike Optician / 318 Broadway N'', of black enamel and brass with original adjustable folding wood tripod, the telescope compacted: 38.5'' H, est: $2000/3000

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Lot# 1006 An American urn-form bronze lamp


Circa 1890, the twisted finial over a two-light standard issuing from a dual lion-headed volute-handled urn with floral and foliate banding, decorated in relief with classically draped Columbia figures to each side, over an acanthus-wrapped socle, raised on a black slate columnar plinth on an octagonal scrolling foliate base, 38.5'' H x 8.5'' W x 7.25'' D, est: $700/900

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Lot# 1007 A comemmorative sterling silver ewer, Galt & Bro.


Circa 1910, Washington D.C., marked to underside of foot ''Galt & Bro'', further marked ''Sterling'' and ''336'', of high-shouldered baluster form, all-over repousse-decorated with grape clusters, leaves and vines forming reserves to each side; the first containing the monogram ''GCP'' in script, the second inscribed ''To / Senator George C. Perkins, / From / Truxton Beale and his sister / In grateful acknowledgement of his / eloquent tribute to their / father / Washington / May 31st 1910'', with a grape cordon-form handle issuing clusters of grapes and twining shoots, raised on a waisted socle over a circular domed foot, 17.75'' H x 9.5'' W x 7'' D, 58.085 oz troy approximately, est: $4000/6000

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Lot# 1008 An American sterling silver tea & coffee service


Circa 1895-1898, Meriden, CT, each with maker's mark for Meriden Britannia Company, further marked ''Sterling / 794 E'', a six-piece set, each of hexagonal form, chased about the shoulders and upper bodies with floral festoons, comprising: a wooden-handled tipping kettle with stand and burner (excluding handle: 9.5'' H x 8.5'' W x 5.75'' D), a wooden-handled coffee pot (8.5'' H x 10.5'' W x 4.25'' D), a teapot (5.75'' H x 11'' W x 4.75'' D), a lidded sugar bowl (4.75'' H x 8'' W x 3.5'' D), a milk jug (3'' H x 6.75'' W x 3.25'' D) and a waste bowl (3'' H x 5.25'' W x 3.25'' D), 6 pieces, est: $1500/2500
*Price Realized: $1,320.00

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Lot# 1009 An ''Old Colonial'' sterling silver flatware service


20th century, each with Towle maker's marks and further marked ''Sterling'' or ''925/1000'', an assembled service comprising: 12 dinner forks (7.125''), 11 salad forks (6.125''), 6 tablespoons (7.125''), 6 round bowl soup spoons (6''), 13 teaspoons (5.625''), 8 iced tea spoons (8''), 7 cocktail forks (6.25''), 6 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed dinner knives (9.25''), 6 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed luncheon knives (8.625''), 1 master butter knife (7.5''), 8 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed butter spreaders (6''), 1 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed cheese knife (7''), 1 cold meat serving fork (7.25''), 1 trout serving fork (7.625''), 1 sugar spoon (5.75''), 1 gravy ladle (7.375''), 1 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed carving knife (13.325'') and 1 hollow-handle stainless steel-bladed pie/cake server (10.625''), variously monogrammed, 91 pieces, weighable sterling 85.235 oz troy approximately, est: $1200/1800
*Price Realized: $1,320.00

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Lot# 1010 A Handel painted art glass boudoir lamp


First quarter 20th century, the shade inscribed ''Handel 5624'', the base signed ''Handel'' and further affixed with ''Handel Lamps'' fabric tag to felt-lined base, the domical gradated frosted gold to clear glass shade ''chipped'', ''sand finished'' and painted to the exterior with bare trees and brush, on a patinated white metal baluster-form base with a spreading circular foot molded with an all-over basket weave design, 14'' H x 7'' Dia., est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $984.00

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Lot# 1011 A Gorham sterling silver mirrored plateau


1902, Providence, RI, with maker's mark, further marked ''Sterling'' and ''A3761 / 24 In'', the oval mirror plate within a pierced and repousse wreath-decorated surround rising to a slightly flaring scroll-and-medallion rim, on bun feet, monogrammed ''RCS(?)'', 3.5'' H x 24'' W x 18.75'' D, est: $1200/1800
*Price Realized: $1,800.00

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Lot# 1012 A Chinese Chippendale style carved wood mirror


19th century, of carved and gessoed wood, with a pierced pagoda crest centering dual Ho Ho birds over a serpentine scrolling foliate-overlaid segmented plate, 51.75'' H x 32.5'' W x 3.5'' D, est: $700/900
*Price Realized: $1,080.00

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