September 12, 2017 - The Traditional Collector

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Lot# 1001 A Continental Japanned bracket clock

First half 19th century
Apparently unmarked
Strikes on the hour and the half, the rectangular gilt-painted black lacquer glazed case with a hinged forward door enclosing an elaborately rocaille-decorated gilt metal panel centering a silvered dial painted with Roman numeral hour markers and Arabic secondary track, on bun feet, with key
12.75'' H x 8.5'' W x 6.375'' D

est: $1,000/2,000

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Lot# 1002 An Anglo Indian-style carved center table

Late 19th/early 20th century
The octagonal medallion-form top with a wide elaborately carved border adorned with roses and maple leaves centering a plain reserve, raised on a later scrolling tripodal wrought iron base
28.5'' H x 35.5'' Dia.

est: $500/700
*Price Realized: $360.00

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Lot# 1003 A William IV sterling silver seal box

1837, London
Maker's mark of Thomas Dicks
Rectangular form, the hinged cover chased and engraved with a seaside figural scene, the bifurcated gilt-washed interior fitted with a hinged match strike and candlestick
1.5'' H x 3.125'' W x 2.125'' D
5.910 oz. troy approximately

est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $687.50

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Lot# 1004 A George III sterling silver tea service

1797, London
Each with maker's marks of Peter and Ann Bateman
Comprising an octagonal teapot (6.5'' H x 11.125'' W x 4'' D), a conforming footed tray (1'' H x 7'' W x 5.125'' D), a sugar basket with bail handle (4.75'' H x 6.75'' W x 4.375'' D), and a milk jug (4.75'' H x 2.625'' W x 5.125'' D), 4 pieces
Gross weight 31.715 oz troy approximately

est: $2,000/3,000

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Lot# 1005 A George III giltwood demilune console table

Late 19th/early 20th century
The polychrome-painted demilune top with bouquets and roses on a green ground, raised on a giltwood base with carved foliate aprons on festooned legs with aegicrane knees, with a curved stretcher, on hoof feet
32.5'' H x 47'' W x 21.5'' D

est: $2,000/3,000

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Lot# 1006 A sterling silver and Wedgwood porcelain ''Fairyland'' chalice

Early 20th century
Mount marked: Sterling / 9726 / Base Weighted
The circular bowl with orange glazed interior and cobalt glazed exterior, gilt-painted with birds, on a chased pedestal base monogrammed ''M''
7.5'' H x 5.125'' Dia.

est: $200/400
*Price Realized: $180.00

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Lot# 1007 After Auguste Moreau (1834-1917 French)

A complimentary pair of silver-plated figural vases, each with a flaring waved rim over a slender neck, the bulbous body relief-decorated with a fish-filled waterway and surmounted by a figure modeled in the round, one male with fishing net, one female, on a red marble plinth, 2 pieces
Each signed in the mold: Aug Moreau
Each overall: 16.375'' H x 8.5'' W x 7.5'' D

est: $1,000/1,500
*Price Realized: $1,000.00

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Lot# 1008 An Alfred Stellmacher Amphora art pottery pitcher

Third quarter 19th century
With circular Stellmacher / Turn Teplitz mark; inscribed: 544 / 1084; impressed: 422
Cream ground porcelain with taupe lowlights and gilt and silver-tone painted motifs, surmounted by a fairy demi-figure, the wide body painted with a spider and beetle on web and fruiting cherry branches, on scrolled foliate feet
17'' H x 9.75'' W x 5.5'' D

est: $800/1,200

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Lot# 1009 A pair of Boeltz gilt and crystal candlesticks

Second half 20th century
Each with inscribed plaque: Made in France / Boeltz / Paris
Designed by Claude Victor Boeltz (b. 1937 French), each with a freeform gold nugget-form standard raised on a conforming base adorned with applied crystals, on ball feet, 2 pieces
The first: 9.75'' H x 6.625'' W x 5.25'' D; the second: 9.625'' H x 6'' W x 5.5'' D

est: $500/700
*Price Realized: $1,320.00

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Lot# 1010 After Antonio Amorgasti (1880-1942 Italian/Spanish)

A patinated bronze lamp, peacock on a naturalistic oblong base with five floriform lights fitted with beaded crystal shades, electrified
Signed and dated in the base: Ant Amorgasti / 1925
22.5'' H x 12'' W x 15'' D

est: $2,000/3,000

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Lot# 1011 A pair of Iranian Isfahan silk carpets

Mid-20th century
Each with weaver's signature cartouche within upper border
Each with an eight-point blue-ground medallion to center with a red field centered by scrolling foliate borders, 2 pieces
The first: 7'1'' H x 4'8'' W; the second: 7'1'' H x 4'9'' W

est: $2,500/3,500
*Price Realized: $2,812.50

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Lot# 1012 Jean Leon Gerome (1824-1904 French)

"La Femme Au Voile", standing woman with veil
Gilt and polychrome-patinated bronze
Signed to base: J. L. Gerome, stamped verso: 0195, with circular foundry mark: Siot Decauville / Fondeur / Paris
33.75" H x 16" W x 8.25" D

est: $30,000/50,000

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