November 18, 2014 - Decorative Art Auction

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Lot# 1001 A pair of gilt bronze-mounted white marble candelabra


Late 19th / early 20th century, each signed ''Clodion'' to base, after Claude Michel Clodion (1738 - 1814 French), each modeled as a putti holding a grapevine-form standard issuing three candlearms with urn-form sockets, mounted on a white marble base, on toupie feet, 2 pieces, each: 11.5'' H x 8'' W x 4.5'' D, est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $840.00

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Lot# 1002 A French Empire style gilt bronze figural mantle clock


Mid 19th century, signed to the dial ''Schuller a Paris'', the movement unmarked, the circular porcelain dial with painted Roman chapters, set within an arched case hung with a banner inscribed ''L'inconstant Vaincu'', mounted beside a standing cupid removing the wings of a bee with scissors, over a stepped, rectangular base centered with a wreath of roses over crossed arrows and a bow, on tassel-form feet, 15.5'' H x 10'' W x 4.75'' D, est: $1200/1800

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Lot# 1003 A Meissen porcelain figure of a pug


Mid 20th century, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, impressed ''1(?)78L'' and incised ''78579'', modeled as a seated pug wearing a blue collar with gold painted bells, 9'' H x 8'' W x 5.25'' D, est: $500/800
*Price Realized: $1,080.00

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Lot# 1004 Four Dresden porcelain figures of pugs


After 1901, Potschappel, Germany, each with Carl Thieme Saxonian Porcelain Factory blue underglaze mark with intertwined monogram ''SP / Dresden'', the larger two with painter's number ''72'', one further impressed ''B1455T'', the smaller two with painter's number ''73'', one further impressed ''713u'', the other ''712hS'', comprising two sizes of opposing pairs of seated pugs, each hand-painted with a gilt highlighted bell collar, 4 pieces, the larger pair: 8.75'' H x 8.5'' W x 5.75'' D and 8.5'' H x 8'' W x 5.5'' D; the smaller pair: 5'' H x 4.75'' W x 3'' D and 4.75'' H x 4.5'' W x 3'' D, est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $1,320.00

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Lot# 1005 A group of three Meissen porcelain figurals


Late 19th / early 20th century, each with underglaze blue crossed swords mark, each part of a series dealing with the five senses modeled by Johann Carl Schonheit, the first: incised ''E5'' and ''74'', further marked with red overglaze painter's mark ''5'', depicting a seated lady smelling flowers (5.5'' H x 4.25'' W x 3.25'' D); the second: incised ''E5'' and ''62'', further marked with red overglaze painter's mark ''25'', a variation of the first model (5.5'' H x 4.25'' W x 3.25'' D); the third: incised ''E3'' and ''112'', further marked with red overglaze painter's mark ''29'', depicting a seated lady looking into a mirror (5.75'' H x 4.25'' W x 3.25'' D), 3 pieces, est: $1500/2000
*Price Realized: $1,800.00

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Lot# 1006 A Meissen porcelain figure of pugs


Mid 20th century, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, impressed ''1470'' and incised ''78836'', further signed with gilder's number ''45'', with applied sticker reading ''Made in German Democratic Republic'', modeled as three pugs at play, each wearing a blue collar with gold painted bells, 3.5'' H x 6.25'' W x 4'' D, est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $780.00

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Lot# 1007 Group of Meissen porcelain pug figures & pug scent bottle


The first and second dated 1980 - 1987, the third mid 20th century, all four with underglaze blue factory mark, the first: incised ''8851'', with painter's number ''45'', modeled as a seated pug wearing a blue collar with gold painted bells (4.75'' H x 3.75'' W x 2.25'' D); the second: incised ''78772'' and with cypher, possibly ''E(?)'', modeled as a seated pug scratching his neck with left hind paw, wearing a blue collar with gold painted bells (2.5'' H x 2.75'' W x 2.25'' D); the third: incised ''R66'', modeled as a seated pug scratching his neck with right hind paw, wearing a blue and gold collar (2.5'' H x 2.75'' W x 2.25'' D); the fourth: incised ''VI'' to stopper, a scent bottle modeled as a standing pug with blue and gold-tone metal collar (2'' H x 2.5'' W x 1'' D), 4 pieces, est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $1,440.00

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Lot# 1008 Anton R. Nelson (active 1880 - 1910, French)


Signed to base ''Ant. Nelson'', a patinated bronze female bust on an integral base tied with a bow, 29'' H x 16.5'' W x 11'' D, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $1,347.50

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Lot# 1009 A French gilt bronze and mother of pearl jewelry box


Second half 19th century, French, the hinged, beveled glass-inset rectangular cover housing a painted panel signed ''Tony'' and titled to verso ''L'Accordee de Village'', over a conforming rectangular body with inset mother of pearl panels decorated with waterleaf moldings and fleur-de-lis-centered wreaths issuing foliate sprays, enclosing a beige velvet-lined interior, on bun feet, 3.5'' H x 5.75'' W x 4.75'' D, est: $1000/2000
*Price Realized: $1,592.50

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Lot# 1010 A pair of Tiffany & Co. sterling silver tazzas


Circa 1892 - 1902 (each with maker's mark for directorship of Charles L. Tiffany), each marked ''Tiffany & Co. / 8713 Makers 5515 / sterling silver / 925-1000 / T'', each of shallow circular form, the waved rim repousse-decorated with chrysanthemums and pierced designs, raised on a short waisted circular foot with a foliate border, 2 pieces, each: 2.75'' H x 9.25'' Dia., 30.95 oz troy approximately, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $1,470.00

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Lot# 1011 A gilt bronze-mounted painted Sevres style urn


Late 19th / early 20th century, with overglaze blue intertwined ''L''s enclosing ''S'' and iron red ''Chateau des Tuileries'' marks, signed to body ''C. Velly'', the pinecone-form finial atop a spreading gilt-painted cobalt lid and collar, the oviform body depicting a multi-figural scene to one side, a courting couple in a verdant landscape to verso, with bifurcated C-scroll handles issuing acanthus margents, over a spreading gilt-highlighted cobalt base encircled by bead molding, on a squared plinth, 31'' H x 12.75'' W x 9.5'' D, est: $4000/6000
*Price Realized: $3,675.00

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Lot# 1012 A jeweled Royal Vienna style plate


Late 19th / early 20th century, with overglaze red beehive mark and ''Germany'' in gold, further marked ''05165'' and titled ''Entflohen'', signed lower right ''Richter'', depicting two diaphanously draped seated beauties, within a gold-painted rust-red and green border applied with light blue ''jewels'', 1'' D x 9.5'' Dia., est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $2,082.50

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