November 12, 2013 - The Estate of Ernest A. Bryant III

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Lot# 121 An English silver-plated tea service


First half 20th century, Birmingham, maker's mark of Barker Brothers, further marked ''Made in England'', comprising: 1 teapot (6'' H x 12.25'' W x 7.25'' D), 1 coffee pot (8'' H x 10.5'' W x 6'' D), 1 chocolate pot (7.75'' H x 7.5'' W x 4.5'' D), 1 covered sugar bowl (5'' H x 8'' W x 4.5'' D), 1 milk jug (5.25'' H x 5'' W x 3.25'' D), 1 waste bowl (3.25'' H x 4.75'' Dia.), and 1 small sugar bowl (lacking lid) (3'' H x 6.75'' W x 4'' D); 7 pcs, , est: $200/300
*Price Realized: $612.50

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Lot# 122 A pair of Old Sheffield Plate candelabra


19th century, apparently unmarked, each with a removable three-light branch with ribbed foliate-sheathed arms, over a tapering standard on a filled stepped rectangular base, with gadrooned borders, 2 pcs, 21'' H x 18.75'' W x 4.5'' D, est: $200/300
*Price Realized: $390.00

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Lot# 123 Six Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks


19th century, a matched set variously marked to the nozzles: three with an acorn, four with a six-pointed flower or star, one ''AGL'' (?), each with a tapering standard on a filled stepped rectangular base, with gadrooned borders, together with one matching pair of three-light candelabra branches with ribbed foliate-sheathed arms and removable nozzles, 8 pcs, the stems: 12.5'' H, the branches: 8'' H x 16'' W, , est: $300/500
*Price Realized: $1,020.00

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Lot# 124 A pair of Old Sheffield Plate covered serving dishes


19th century, each square with gadrooned borders and scrolling branch-form handles with fruit and foliage terminals, raised on foliage-headed scrolled feet, fitted with pierced water reservoirs and removable liners, 2 pcs, each 7.5'' H x 11.5'' W x 9.75'' D, est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $480.00

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Lot# 125 Three Old Sheffield Plate salvers


19th century, unmarked, each circular on three scroll feet, the first: with scroll and shell border, centering an engraved crest with motto ''Carpe Diem'' (''Seize the Day'') and floral scrolls (1.25'' H x 10.25'' Dia.); the second and third: a matching pair, with gadrooned and floral borders, centering an engraved crest with motto ''Semper Paratus'' (''Always Ready'') (each 1.5'' H x 11'' Dia.); 3 pcs, , est: $200/300
*Price Realized: $510.00

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Lot# 126 A Victorian silver-plated nutcracker set


Maker's mark of Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield, with bone handles, 3 pcs, in a fitted silk and velvet-lined case, the largest piece 6.875'' long, , est: $200/300
*Price Realized: $282.38

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Lot# 127 A Victorian silver-plated hors d'oeuvres set


Maker's mark of Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield, with bone handles, in a fitted silk and velvet-lined case, the largest piece 9.75'' long, , est: $200/300
*Price Realized: $360.00

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Lot# 128 After John James Audubon (1785-1851 New York, NY)


''Mephitis Americana'', Common (female) American Skunk, from Audubon's 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America', hand colored lithograph on paper under glass, sight size: 26'' H x 20.5'' W, est: $800/1200
*Price Realized: $1,470.00

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Lot# 129 Eight U.S. Railroad Exploration Survey lithographs


19th century, comprising: ''Valley in the Slope of the Great Basin''; ''Los Angeles'' (first published view of the city); ''Vicinity of Fort Miller''; ''Valley of the Gila & Sierra''; ''Mission and Plain of San Fernando''; ''Great Basin from the Summit of Tejon Pass''; ''Crossing of Chowchillas River'' and ''Entrance of the Tejon Pass and a Portion of Tejon'', drawn 1853, printed circa 1857, each: stone lithographs in three colors, 8 pcs, each image size: 5.75'' H x 8.75'' W, est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $2,450.00

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Lot# 130 Nine British hand-colored engravings


Most circa 1830-1840, depicting ducks, a quail, a partridge and a wading bird, each sight size approximately: 12.5'' H x 15'' W, est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $673.75

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Lot# 131 An English metal-mounted flambe-glazed ceramic floor vase


Early 20th century, the domed cover stamped ''Made in England'', the underside of the body with paper label ''Made in England'', the cover and collar of silver plate, the foot of hammered bronze, overall 43.5'' H x 13.75'' Dia., est: $2500/3500
*Price Realized: $4,900.00

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Lot# 132 A group of iron-red & gilt Worcester porcelain


Early 19th century, comprising: a Chamberlain's Worcester partial tea service comprising 1 teapot (5.25'' H x 10.25'' W x 5.5'' D) and 1 covered sugar bowl (4.25'' H x 7.5'' W x 4.5'' D), each with iron-red ''Chamberlain's Worcester & 155 New Bond Street London'' mark, 1 milk jug (4'' H x 6'' W x 3.25'' D) and underplate (.75'' H x 7.25'' W x 6.125''), each unmarked, 1 small round bowl (3'' H x 6.375'' Dia.), unmarked, 1 plate (1.25'' H x 8.5'' Dia.), with red ''Chamberlain's Worcester'' script mark, 2 teacups (2.125'' H x 3.375'' Dia.) and 2 saucers (1.25'' H x 5.375'' Dia.), each marked ''773''; 10 pcs, each decorated with bands of foliage and small flowers; together with 1 large oval serving bowl (4.5'' H x 14'' W x 9.5'' D), with red crowned cipher mark, decorated with a foliate pattern; and 6 teacups (2.375'' H x 3.125'' Dia.) and 6 saucers (1.25'' H x 5.375'' Dia.), each unmarked; 12 pcs, each decorated with strawberries; 23 pcs total, , est: $400/600
*Price Realized: $270.00

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