Auction Catalog

DAVID RAGO AUCTIONS, INC.

December 2006 Estate


LotPictureDescriptionEstimate
1000  CHINESE PORCELAIN Rectangular plaque depicting people fishing from a pagoda balcony with extensive landscape view painted in famille rose enamels, 19th - 20th C. With wooden frame and brass hanging attachment. Marked with three seals. 19 1/2" x 11" with frame. 700 - 1,000
1001  CHINESE PORCELAIN Rectangular plaque depicting a landscape view with buildings near a lake and mountains in the distance painted with famille rose enamels, 19th-20th C. With wooden frame and brass hanging attachment. Qianlong seal mark. 20 1/2" x 14" with frame. 1,000 - 1,500
1002  KOSU SCROLL Scene of Kwannon and a crane surrounded by waves framed by an embroidered silk border, Japanese or Chinese 19th C. Framed. 46" x 20 1/2" sight. 800 - 1,200
1003  CHINESE KANGXI PORCELAIN Six jars or bottles: three lidded with underglaze blue decoration, painted with floral medallions and stylized leaves on the base and shoulder, two lids with damage, bearing old Sotheby Parke Bernet labels, 7" x 4 1/2"; pair of square bottles, one neck restored, fritting on edges and chip on corner of shoulder, Sotheby Parke Bernet and J.P. Argenti collection labels, 6 1/2" x 2 1/4"; hexagonal bottle with raised feet, restored lid, hairline on raised neck, J.P. Argenti labels, 7". 1,500 - 2,500
1004  JAPANESE PORCELAIN and CHINESE RANK BADGE Porcelain flower vessel with underglaze blue floral decoration, Meiji period, 4 1/2" x 11 3/4" x 5". Together with a complete embroidered rank badge with an applied crane, 20th C., several loose threads, 10" x 10 1/2". 500 - 700
1005  CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN Assembled tea service in various patterns, including butterflies and exotic birds. Comprising a three-piece tea set, four round serving plates, six dessert plates, a sugar bowl and cream jug, eight cups and saucers and an hexagonal bowl. 1,000 - 1,500
1006  CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION AND MANDARIN PORCELAIN Assembled table serivice, comprising nine various round plates, two oval serving dishes, seven shaped dessert plates and seven various cups, 19th C. and later. Length of oval serving plate: 10 1/2". 500 - 700
1007  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Group of various table items, including pickle dishes, spoons, an egg cup, cups and saucers and spoon trays, 19th C. and later. 1,000 - 1,500
1008  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Assembled table service, including cups and saucers, plates, serving plates and bowls of various sizes and patterns, 19th C. and later. Largest plate: 10 3/4" dia., bowl: 6" dia., cup: 4" dia. 2,000 - 3,000
1009  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Three serving pieces: a lozenge-shaped footed table center and two various covered entr‚e dishes, 19th C. Length of center: 15 1/4". 1,500 - 2,000
1010  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Six various shaped serving dishes, including a trefoil tray and a hexagonal tray, mostly 19th C. Trefoil: 10 1/2" dia. 2,000 - 3,000
1011  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Pair of baluster vases mounted as oil lamps in gilt bronze. Porcelain and mounts 19th C. With original opalescent glass, gilt-decorated globes and glass chimneys. Overall ht. including chimneys: 29". 3,000 - 5,000
1012  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Two pierced oval baskets and three various shaped serving plates, 19th C. Length of largest basket: 11", round serving plate: 11 1/4" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1013  CHINESE PORCELAIN Pair of blue and white jars with prunus decoration on a honeycomb ground, later carved wood lids, 19th C. 12" x 9". 800 - 1,200
1014  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Tall baluster vase with modeled lion ring handles, and painted with scenes of village life, 19th C. 24 1/2". 2,000 - 3,000
1015  CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN Eight pieces: underglaze blue jar painted with flowering vine and adapted as an incense burner with added metal collar and handles, repouss‚ copper lid with gilt highlights depicting a dragon amongst clouds, 17th - 18th C. porcelain, 10" x 8"; pair of ginger jars, both lids restored, 9 1/2" x 8"; pair of vases with lion head handles, chips on two rings of the handles, 9 1/2" x 6"; pair of vases, one with chips on rim, 9 3/4"; ginger jar with cover, crackled glaze, 9 1/2". Several vases with Kang-Hsi marks, 19th - 20th C. 1,000 - 1,500
1016  CHINESE Two 19th C. items: porcelain vase with copper red glaze, 9 3/4"; together with a tripod bronze censer with loop handles, 7 3/4" x 6". 800 - 1,200
1017  CHINESE PORCELAIN Ten figures representing the Calendrical animals. Partial set painted in famille verte enamels and molded with different poses standing on rectangular bases, 19th - 20th C. Missing dragon and goat figures; eight of ten with damage and non-professional restoration. Tallest: 5 3/4", bases: 1 3/4" x 1 1/2" 800 - 1,200
1018  CHINESE Pair of gilt metal vases with applied stained and carved ivory decoration, enameled borders and carved wooden bases, 20th C. Losses and numerous pieces detatched. Six character Qianlong seal mark on base of each. 28 1/2" x 10 1/2" with base. 1,000 - 1,500
1019  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Six various teapots, most 19th C. Together with complementary sugar bowl with exotic bird pattern and creamer. Tallest teapot: 7 1/2" 1,500 - 2,000
1020  FAMILLE ROSE Large bowl in the Mandarin pattern with twelve figures and a border of butterflies, early 19th C. 5" x 16" 1,200 - 1,800
1021  CHINESE Monochrome vase in blue flamb‚ glaze turning grey at top of flaring neck with crazing, unglazed base, 18th-19th C. Old repair to side of rim, small chips around footring. 8" x 4 1/4" 800 - 1,100
1022  CHINESE AND JAPANESE CERAMICS Four assorted ceramic items: two Chinese Shiwan figures of Li Tieguai, 19th-20th C., one with firing line, small chips, 16 1/2"; Japanese Imari mug, 18th C., 5 1/2"; stoneware anthropomorphic jug, 19th C. or earlier, 7". 1,500 - 2,000
1023  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Large pitcher and five various candlesticks. Pitcher and chamberstick without snuffer 19th C., others later. Pitcher: ht. 14". 1,500 - 2,000
1024  CHINESE TANG SANCAI CERAMIC Horse standing upright, hind legs slightly bent backwards and head turned to the left, 10th C. Restoration to four legs, chips and scratches, heavy scratch on neck with small losses. With later fitted wooden base and mahogany display case (not pictured). Horse: 20 1/2" x 19" x 6", case: 27" x 25 1/2" x 14 1/2". 3,000 - 5,000
1025  ORIENTAL BRONZE Seated Buddha figure with clasped hands and traces of guilding, possibly Ming. Marked with ideograms. 10" 1,000 - 1,500
1026  CHINESE BRONZE Censer in the form of a Buddhistic lion sitting on its hind legs with a fierce expression on his face and head hinged at neck, possibly Ming. One horn broken and reglued. 11 1/2" x 13". 800 - 1,200
1027  CHINESE PORCELAIN Two pairs of vase lamps decorated in famille rose enamels, 19th C. One pair with figures in interior settings, chi dragons on the shoulder and lion handles, chips and hairlines on rims of both, ht. 16 3/4", 30" with fittings. The other pair with flowers, both with hairlines, brass bases and caps, ht. 13", 29" with fittings. 500 - 700
1028  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Set of six ribbon plates with reticulated borders. Together with a larger plate with scalloped rim and fluted border, ca. 1890. 7" and 9 1/2" dia. 800 - 1,200
1029  CHINESE PORCELAIN Blue and white group: large covered jar with spout and four handles on the shoulder, 19th-20th C., small chip to rim of neck, 19 1/2" x 11"; round box with cover, small spider crack on base, 8 3/4" x 7 7/8"; covered jar with prunus decoration, 19th-20th C., 15" x 8"; canton vase with large flaring neck, 19th C., cracks and chips on neck and bottom, 12 5/8" x 10 7/8"; canton shell dish, 19th C., 1 3/4" x 10 3/8" x 9 1/4". 800 - 1,200
1030  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Tall vase painted with panels of Mandarin pattern and exotic birds, early 19th C. Signed with four character mark. 18". 2,000 - 3,000
1031  CHINESE PORCELAIN Assembled grouping of tableware including platters, plates of varying sizes and shapes, sauce boats, covered tureens, covered syllabub cups, a scalloped-edge bowl and a leaf shaped dish, ca. 1850. Hairlines, chips and fritting. Largest platter length: 20 1/4", largest plate: 8 3/4" dia. 1,200 - 2,000
1032  CHINESE IVORY Pair of covered vases carved with panels of terraces with figures, prunus trees, willows, and lion ring handles, late 19th/early 20th C. 15" x 3 1/4" 1,500 - 2,000
1033  CHINESE PORCELAIN Round covered bowl with overall decoration of children celebrating, early 20th C. Overglaze four character hallmark in iron red on base. 10 3/8" dia. 1,500 - 2,000
1034  BURMESE Gilt wooden figure of a standing Buddha with applied colored glass embellishments, 19th C. Restoration to right hand, wear to gilting. 33 1/2" 800 - 1,200
1035  PERSIAN Melon-shaped vase with metal sheathing around the neck, painted with alternating panels of oxblood and black glaze floral pattern on indigo and clear crackled glazes, possibly 13th C. Some wear to glaze with partial loss of design, scratches, professional restoration to metal. 8 1/2" x 7 1/2" 2,000 - 3,000
1036  ORIENTAL BRONZE Standing figure with joined hands and traces of guilding, possibly Ming dynasty. 12 1/2" 1,000 - 1,500
1037  CHINESE CLOISONNE Round covered bowl on stand of unusual form: two ring handles, top with a raised stem and flat finial fitted onto an ovoid stemmed base, decorated throughout with flowering lotus, 18th-19th C. Convex cloisonn‚ bottom loose from metal fitting, dent on base and small losses of enamel, loss to guilding. 17" assembled, bowl: 8" dia. 1,500 - 2,000
1038  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Three graduated oval meat platters, 19th C. Largest length: 18". 1,200 - 1,600
1039  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Four various boxes, two rectangular and two round, together with a rectangular deep tray. Length of tray: 13 3/4". 1,200 - 1,600
1040  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Five various vases: a pair of rouleau vases and three complementary smaller vases. Tallest: 10", pair: 8 1/4". 2,000 - 3,000
1041  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Four various bowls: a large punch bowl, 19th C., and three later smaller bowls. Largest: 13 1/2" dia. 1,500 - 2,000
1042  CHINESE CLOISONNE Vase decorated with fish swimming among flowering lotus and large spider in its web, band on shoulder with squirrels on a meandering grape vine, neck decorated with stylized lotus tendrils, a band of ruyi heads framing a Chinese character and terminating with a band of interlocking bats, 19th C. Gilt metal fittings, separate metal base formed by two bands of petals. Some pitting, two small dents to body, slight enamel loss. 24 1/2" x 14" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1043  JAPANESE BRONZES Two flower vessels: one low, squat gourd shape with eight lobed sections, a flared neck with archaic style decoration, two elephant head handles and a sculptural snarling dragon resting on top, the patina with red and green splashes, the neck is loose at joint to body, dragon has break on one leg and missing one whisker, 8" x 11"; other square form with intricate decoration of chi dragons and flaming pearls, two square form handles tight to the body and four dragons forming the feet, signature on base framed by two dragons and topped with a flaming pearl, 7" x 9 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1044  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Seven various vases: a vase and cover of baluster form, a tall neck vase with cover (married) and five various smaller vases, three with exotic bird pattern, 19th C. Tallest: 15 1/2". 1,500 - 2,000
1045  CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN Four various coffee cans, mostly 19th C., together with a sauce boat and a pair of soap dishes with covers and liners. Tallest can: 5". 1,000 - 1,500
1046  ASIAN Eleven items: Korean ceramic tablet inlaid with lotus design, Yi dynasty, 7" x 3" x 1/2"; South Asian bronze bodhisatva, 8 3/4"; five brass mukhalingas, lingam covers; three bronze Buddha heads, tallest 5". 1,200 - 1,800
1047  KOREAN AND CHINESE CERAMICS Five vessels, four in celadon glaze and one in iron red glaze with fish, including a Koryo dynasty bowl. 12th-19th C. Largest: 3 1/2" x 8". 2,000 - 3,000
1048  KOREAN PAINTINGS Two Korean watercolors, 19th C.: one on paper of yellow flowers, partially glued down to backing paper, 10 1/8" x 7 1/2"; other on silk of bird on branch, 11 3/4" x 9 3/8". Together with Japanese ink painting on paper, 20th C., 10 1/2" x 9 1/2". 800 - 1,000
1049  KOREAN CARVED STONE Two shrine figures, date unknown: one of a male holding a crane; the other holding large leaves with a rank badge on the front of robe, cracked at mid body and reglued, and standing on a separately carved base, cracked and partially reglued. Tallest: 11 3/4". 3,000 - 5,000
1050  KOREAN BRONZE Figure of Buddha seated, wearing a crown of seven haloed figures and holding a small shrine in his joined hands, 19th C. or possibly earlier. Pitting and wear to bronze. 18 1/4" x 11" x 9 3/4" 2,000 - 3,000
1051  BYUN KWAN SHIK (Korean, 1899-1976) Painting depicting three people in a mountainous landscape, in original wood frame and silk brocade border. Slight water marks in upper right corner, small puncture on paper above seal. Signed and sealed LL. 14 1/4" x 12" sight, 21 1/2" x 19 1/4" x 3" frame 2,000 - 3,000
1052  KOREAN PORCELAIN Blue and white Phoenix jar of large baluster form, underglaze-painted with a long-tailed Phoenix among clouds and a floating pearl, Yi dynasty, 18th-19th C. Discoloration to crackling, one hairline on neck. 15 1/4" x 11" 8,000 - 10,000
1053  CHINESE MINIATURES Five items: carved ivory doctor's model of a reclining female figure on fitted wood base, 20th C., square seal signature on underside, 2" x 6 3/4" x 2"; Tang style pottery figure on wooden base, restored, reglued and originally fitted for a lamp, 10 1/2" x 4" x 3"; carved rock crystal skull, 20th C., 2 1/4" x 3 1/2" x 2"; two bronze water droppers, highest: 2 1/4". 600 - 900
1054  No lot 0 - 0
1055  ASIAN BRONZE Pair of Buddhistic lions with fierce expressions holding a ribbon in their open mouths, 18th - 19th C. possibly earlier, with later carved wooden stands. Pitting due to casting, small losses. 8 1/2" x 10" x 6" with stand. 1,000 - 1,500
1056  CHINESE CARVED JADE AND AGATE Five items, 19th-20th C.: two agate bowls with gilt landscape decoration on the exterior, one bowl with hairline on side walls, six character Qianlong mark on the base, 2 1/2" x 5 1/4" dia.; jade brush washer in the form of a peach with a bat resting on its sidewall, 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 4 1/2"; jade bowl/lid with Buddhistic emblems and Shou character, chip on rim, 1" x 5 1/2" x 5"; small jade censer of archaic form with two animal handles and a carved wooden lid with ivory finial, integral hairlines, 2 3/4" x 4 1/4" x 2 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1057  CHINESE CARVED JADE Four pieces: hairpin finely and deeply carved with flowering lotus in openwork, 18th C. or possibly earlier, 7" x 1 1/2"; hairpin with stylized fish, 19th-20th, 5 1/2" x 1/2"; tray/lid with Buddhistic emblems and Shou character, 19th-20th, chips on rim and glue residue, 1/4" x 5 1/2" x 4 3/4"; small censer in archaic style with carved wooden lid and jade finial, 19th C., several integral hairlines, 1 1/4" x 4" x 2 1/2". 2,000 - 3,000
1058  PEKING CUT GLASS Five bowls, 19th-20th C.: large ruby-colored bowl with stylized lotus decoration and a cloud collar border, four-character seal mark on base, 8 3/4" dia.; smaller ruby bowl carved with vignettes and a diaper ground, large chip on rim, four-character seal mark incised on base, 6 5/8" dia.; pair of blue bowls with lobed sides, 6 5/8" dia.; blue bowl decorated with birds on branches, marked China on foot rim, 6 7/8" dia. 1,200 - 1,800
1059  CHINESE JADE Two carved pendants, 19th C.: one of fruit with leaves, russet inclusions; other of two boys. Largest: 2 1/2" x 2". 500 - 700
1060  CHINESE JADE Ruyi sceptre of carved jade and wood, 19th C. Three jade panels carved with quails and millet, wood inlaid with brass and mother of pearl. Large panel with a crack along edge, wood with small losses and restoration. 20 3/4" x 6 1/4" 3,000 - 4,000
1061  CHINESE SILVER AND ENAMEL Three wrought silver flowering shrubs, one with a Phoenix, one with a horse and other with a water buffalo. Each animal standing on a hexagonal pot, repouss‚ chased decoration of fish and dragons in clouds centered by a gilt flaming pearl, 19th-20th C. Water buffalo's shrub with several leaves detatched, all with small amounts of enamel loss. Inscription on the pearl, two pots marked on base with Chinese ideograms. Tallest: 12 1/2", bases: 5" dia. 2,500 - 3,500
1062  CHINESE JADE Flat baluster form vase of spinach jade carved with archaic style decoration, 19th C. 5 1/2" 1,000 - 1,500
1063  CHINESE JADE Carved sculpture of a flat, peaked mountian with jagged rocks, a scholar standing beneath a pine tree, obverse with a crane and tree, 18th-19th C. On a carved fitted wood base. 7 3/4" x 10 1/2" with base. 2,000 - 3,000
1064  CHINESE JADE AND BRONZE Five items: two carved interlocking white jade tigers, 18th-19th C.; cloud collar-shaped jade belt ornament with bats and Shou character, 20th C., 3/8" x 3 1/8" x 2 1/8"; jade rectangular form pendant with russet inclusion; carved jade puzzle pendant with boys at play, russet inclusion, 18th - 19th C.; similar to preceeding lot in bronze. 800 - 1,200
1065  CHINESE JADE Carved duck figurine in repose, with russet and black inclusions, fine use of natural fissures, with detailed feathers, 18th - 19th C. Unmarked. 2 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 4" 1,200 - 1,800
1066  CHINESE JADE Flat baluster-shaped carved vase enveloped by a gnarled flowering tree in high relief with branches terminating at the shoulder and a bird perched on one side, rocks at the base, pale color stone with small russet inclusions, 19th C. Small integral crack on the back, integrated with design. 8 1/4" x 4 1/2" x 1 3/4". Together with pair of jade bowls with grey inculsions, 20th C., 7" dia. 1,200 - 1,800
1067  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Glass bottle of flattened round form molded with a continuous scene in high relief of a scaly dragon painted in emerald green enamel with five white claws, chasing a flaming pearl. Four character iron-red Daoguang mark on base. Ht. 2 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1068  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three bottles: one well-hollowed, flattened rectangular form of jade with archaic style decoration and Buddhistic lion mask handles on shoulder, russet inclusions and integral fissures, chip on side of neck, 2 7/8"; one pear-shaped rock crystal with Buddhistic lion masks, small chips to footring; one jade double-gourd with coral stopper. 1,000 - 1,500
1069  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three bottles, 19th C.: one well-hollowed, flattened, baluster-shaped of jade carved with a flowering prunus tree, seven character inscription, seal mark, 2 1/2"; one flattened ovoid of rock crystal with mountainous landscape and Buddhistic lion mask handles on shoulder with elongated rings; one flattened ovoid of carved agate with Buddhistic lion mask on shoulders. 2,000 - 3,000
1070  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Two carved agate bottles of flattened shape, one ovoid with a horse, 2 1/2"; the other rectangular with a potted plant and birds. 1,200 - 1,800
1071  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three bottles of flattened shape: one baluster-shaped of carved jade with chi dragons on sides and a Shou character centered on either side, 3 1/4"; one carved agate rectangular with butterflies and flower, one side plain; one ovoid of marbleized glass. 800 - 1,200
1072  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four bottles: one of agate with mottled black and russet inclusions, rounded form with carved lion masks on shoulders, fitted with French silver stopper, mouth piece, and base with match striker, French silver hallmarks, 3 1/2"; one flattened rectangle of green glass with mottled inclusions; one flattened ovoid of agate with ivory stopper; one flattened ovoid of glass imitating jade. 1,200 - 1,800
1073  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four bottles: one flattened form of red glass with encased painted decoration on both sides; one flattened ovoid of opaque glass with painted decoration of ducks amongst lotus, 3 1/8"; one blue cut to brown glass with stylized animals; one flattened rectangle of carved agate decorated on one side with bamboo stalks, graded stone. 800 - 1,200
1074  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five bottles: one rectangular of porcelain, painted with scenes of officials, the sides with written inscriptions, bottom with four-character Qianlong mark, chip to side of neck, 19th C., ht. 3"; one flattened, rounded form of carved jade with front and back panels with stylized decoration, sides carved with flowers, applied metal base, jadeite stopper; one ovoid form of carved jade with continuous decoration of flowers in high relief; one flattened, double-gourd form of jade, restored condition; other of carved mother-of-pearl. 1,000 - 1,500
1075  CHINESE MINIATURES Six items, 19th - 20th C.: carved quartz vase of flat, baluster form with lion masks on shoulders, 5 1/2"; small quartz covered jar with flame finial; carved jade fu dog seal; cloisonn‚ snuff bottle of flat, round form; porcelain snuff bottle with iron red decoration, extensive cracks; carved nut snuff bottle, marked CHINA. 600 - 900
1076  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three jade bottles, 19th C.: two pebble form with carved decoration; other of pear shape with carved stylized leaves around neck, decoration concealing an integral crack. Tallest: 2 1/4". 1,500 - 2,000
1077  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three glass bottles, 19th C.: blue cut to clear glass bottle with a carp curved around the underside, small chips to side of neck, spoon missing from stopper; amethyst or tourmaline of flattened, ovoid form with two chi dragons around a flaming pearl, natural fissures and tiger's eye stopper, ht. 3 1/8"; brown over opaque white with a chi dragon on either side. 1,000 - 1,500
1078  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Carved ruby-red overlay bubble-suffused glass bottle of flattened, rounded form depicting a scholar and attendants and obverse with horse and monkey, with jadeite stopper, 18th - 19th C. 2 5/8" 1,500 - 2,500
1079  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Carved ruby-red overlay bubble-suffused glass bottle of flattened, rounded form depicting flowering plants, with jade stopper, 19th C. Small chip on stem of flower. 2 1/2" 800 - 1,200
1080  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five glass bottles, all internally painted, flattened oviod forms with various stoppers, 19th - 20th C.: one with black cut to clear detail around the base, Chinese ideograms on shoulders, 3". One stopper missing. 800 - 1,000
1081  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four glass bottles: pair of flat, rounded form, turquoise with carnelian-colored foot, neck and lion head handles; one blue, internally-painted with scene of gnarled tree with flowering branches and obverse with chrysanthemums in pot; and one turquoise blue of flattened, oviod form. Provenance of pair and internally painted bottle: Sotheby's. Tallest: 3 1/2". 700 - 1,000
1082  CHINESE WOODEN STANDS Thirty-six wooden stands for snuff bottles of various types and sizes. 200 - 300
1082A CONTINENTAL IVORY Ovoid covered cup carved in high relief with an all-around procession of Bacchanalian putti, one sitting on a panther and led by two satyrs. Tree-form stem with dancing satyr, putto and nymph, cover surmounted by a knight, 19th C. Base with several cracks and knight with damage and nonprofessional restoration. 16 3/4" with lid. 2,000 - 3,000
1082B CONTINENTAL IVORY Curved table screen carved with an amorous couple in a forest landscape, the man engraving a heart with initials RM into a tree trunk, bordered by lily of the valley, standing on three scrolled feet, 19th C. A few breaks, some reglued. 20" x 5 3/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1083  CONTINENTAL IVORY Carving of Saturn devouring his child, standing on round pedestal, 19th - 20th C. Right foot reglued, missing object from left hand. 5 3/4". 800 - 1,000
1084  CONTINENTAL IVORY Two classical busts on round pedestals, 19th - 20th C. One pedestal with age cracks. Tallest: 6 3/4". 600 - 800
1085  CONTINENTAL IVORY Four carved figures and two busts, together with a Chinese chess piece, 19th - 20th C. Knight with damage to right hand. Tallest: 4 1/2". 500 - 700
1086  E PLURIBUS UNUM IVORY Carved figure of an eagle perched on a rock, shield with thirteen stars and stripes, 19th - 20th C. 3 1/2". 400 - 600
1087  CONTINENTAL IVORY Three carved figures, 19th - 20th C.: one of a piper, one of a gentleman in tailcoat, other of lady with basket. Gentleman and lady with damage on left hands. Tallest: 6 3/4". 600 - 800
1088  CONTINENTAL IVORY Rectangular plaque depicting Cupid and Aphrodite in forest setting, 19th - 20th C. 5 5/8" x 2 1/2". 500 - 700
1089  CONTINENTAL IVORY Carved figure of an Alpine mountain climber holding a pipe and a staff, on marble base. 6 1/2" with base. 500 - 700
1090  JOSEPH DESCOMPS (JOSEPH CORMIER)(French, 1872-1948) Ivory sculpture, well-carved female nude on square pedestal, ca. 1925. Signed Joe Descomps. 9 7/8" 2,000 - 3,000
1091  CONTINENTAL IVORY Carved figure of Diana on round ivory pedestal. 7 1/2" 1,000 - 1,500
1092  CONTINENTAL IVORY Carved Cupid and Psyche standing on an outcropping, surrounded by putti, 19th C. Stepped oval base with four scrolled feet with carved heads of Cupid and Psyche flanked by putti. Age cracks. 23 1/8" x 8" x 9" 3,000 - 5,000
1093  CONTINENTAL IVORY Finely carved and well detailed figure of a horseman blowing a trumpet, possibly French, 19th C. Missing tip of trumpet. Ht. 5 1/2", base: 5 1/4" x 2 3/4". 2,000 - 3,000
1094  CROWN DERBY Covered porcelain vase with floral decoration in Imari palatte and gilt, ca. 1860. Ht. 8". 700 - 900
1095  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN Ten items, mostly 19th C: a hand-painted mantel vase, a hand-painted sauce tureen and cover, an elaborate stein, a dressing table box and cover and a set of six berry plates. Vase: 13 1/2". 600 - 800
1096  OBJETS DE VERTU Group of vitrine items, mostly ca. 1900: pair of mother-of-pearl opera glasses; two framed, oval porcelain portrait plaques; two portrait miniatures on ivory; French enamel and silver gilt patch box, losses to enamel; four carved hardstone items; eight various cloisonn‚ items. Largest frame: ht. 8". 800 - 1,200
1097  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN Group of figurines: young man and lamb by a tree, 19th C., losses, early Meissen mark (crossed sword and dot); pair of putti, one holding a bird, several restorations, other with cornucopia and fox at his feet, both marked on base. Tallest: 9". 500 - 700
1097A GERMAN SILVER Sterling and hardstone knight and lady with carved ivory faces and hands, parcel gilt silver, 20th C. Some restoration. Marked on base STERLING 925 GERMANY. Both: 9 1/4". 1,200 - 1,800
1097B DRESSLER Heavily sculpted bronze vase, includes metal liner, 1916. Incised signature "Dressler" and dated 1916; incised "ORIGINALE". 13 1/2" 750 - 1,000
1098  GEORGES GARDET (French, 1863-1939) Pair of bronze animalier lions. Signed in the mold "G. GARDET", stamped foundry mark "Siot, Paris". 14 1/2" x 19" 2,000 - 4,000
1099  EROTICA Bergman foundry cold-painted Vienna bronze sculpture of a gondola pulled by Cupid, hiding a couple embracing. On a marble base. Minor paint flakes on swan head. Stamped urn with B, Nam Greb. 5 1/2" x 8" x 3 1/2" 1,000 - 1,500
1100  ART DECO Three figural sculptures depicting ladies in flowing gowns: two of spelter and celluloid on marble bases and one of carved alabaster in five colors, with lighting base. Some restoration. Unmarked. Largest: 20 1/2" x 32" x 7 3/4". 2,000 - 2,500
1101  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN English, French and German, nine pieces, 1880-1930: pair of triangular Limoges pƒte-sur-pƒte covered boxes, signed, 2 1/4" x 5 1/2"; four Doulton Burslem Art Nouveau plates, with handpainted and squeezebag decorations of wildflowers, 9" dia.; Royal Worcester urn, 12 1/4"; pierced Dresden bowl, handpainted floral decorations, 7 1/2"; oval, pierced Dresden bowl, painted and transfer floral motifs, 10" x 6 1/2". Two with base flake. 1,200 - 1,800
1102  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN Assorted hand-painted porcelain, 19th C.: five KPM cups with saucers, one with cobalt glaze and gilt-painted snake handles, and inscription 'Fr die Hausfrau,' one peach with gilt scroll designs, three souvenir sets; Dresden set with courtly figures in 18th C. garb; a Dresden plate with ornate rim, painted flowers and a butterfly. One saucer flake on base. Largest: 9" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1103  MEISSEN PORCELAIN Assembled tea set in cobalt blue glaze with hand-painted miniatures and floral medallions: coffee pot, 10", small chip to rose finial, Meissen mark with impressed 183; tea pot, 6", missing stem of flower on finial, lid not matching teapot; creamer, 5 1/4"; bowl, large restored chip, 7 1/2" dia.; underplate, 8"; four cups and saucers 2 3/4" x 5 1/2"; small saucer not matching set, 4 3/4" x 3 1/2"; tray, marked 147B, 17 3/4" x 12 1/2". All marked with underglaze Messien mark, 19th C. 1,500 - 2,500
1104  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN Pair of crown-shaped openwork bowls with blue ground and white biscuit detail, 19th C. 6 1/2" x 10 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1105  ROYAL WORCESTER MAJOLICA Exhibition urn, "Triumph of Galatea" (after Raphael) painted by Josiah Rushton. Printed Royal Worcester crown mark with 1866 date, inscribed, 'Royal Porcelain Works Worcester', signed and dated by artist. 35 3/4" x 11" x 11". 2,500 - 3,500
1106  LIMOGES Enameled plate in the Renaissance style, Napoleon III, 19th C. Signed on front P.R. 1530. 8 1/2" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1107  STYLE OF SEVRES Tall urn with cover, hand-painted with wreaths of roses around trophies and birds, over a cobalt and white ground with gilt and gadroon decoration. Cover modeled with putto and torch astride an eagle. Restoration to torch and arm, a few minor flakes to swags. Unmarked. 22" x 10" 800 - 1,200
1108  FRENCH CHAMPLEVE Enamel and gilt bronze clock garniture in Louis XV style, comprising a clock and pair of figural candlesticks, late 19th C. Together with a complementary two-handled silver tray with central hand-painted porcelain plaque. Clock face marked Bigelow Kennard, Boston. Clock: ht. 10 1/2"; length of tray: 15". 1,000 - 1,500
1109  AMERICAN PORTRAITS Two American portrait miniatures of gentlemen, 19th C. One cased, 6 1/2" x 5 1/4"; one glazed and mounted as a pendant, with glazed hair compartment on reverse, GF. 3" x 2" 500 - 800
1110  AMERICAN PORTRAITS Two American miniature portraits of a man and a woman, 19th C. Watercolor on ivory, bronze frames. One glass cracked. Largest: 5 1/2" x 4 3/4". 500 - 800
1111  LIMOGES French enamel portrait miniature of Caroline Bonaparte on copper. In plum velvet panel, unframed. Signed SECHI. 3 1/2" x 2 3/4" oval. 600 - 800
1112  CONTINENTAL MINIATURE PORTRAITS Two well executed portraits of children in watercolor on ivory, 19th C. Japanned brass frames. Unsigned. Largest: 4 1/2" x 3 3/4" 600 - 800
1113  FRENCH MINIATURE PORTRAITS Four portraits painted on ivory and set into lids of ivory toiletry jars, 19th C.: one of Napol‚on Bonaparte, signed David; three others depicting ladies, one signed David, one Paulin. Largest 3 1/2" 600 - 800
1114  MINIATURE PORTRAIT Cabinet portrait on ivory of Henriette de Bourbon after Jean-Marc Nattier, dor‚ bronze stand/case, demi-lune panel, 19th C. Indistinct signature to lower right corner. 4 1/4" x 8 1/2", 6" x 10 1/2" case. 3,000 - 4,000
1115  MINIATURE PORTRAITS Triptych of Napol‚on Bonaparte, Jos‚phine, and Michel Ney, on ivory, Napol‚on in military uniform. Gilt bronze frame. Signed for Jean-Baptiste Isabey, 1810. 10" x 15 1/2" to top of crest. 2,000 - 3,000
1116  KPM Porcelain plaque, ca. 1900. In modern frame. Impressed KPM beneath a scepter. 9" x 6" sight. 1,000 - 1,500
1117  CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN Five plaques, including one by KPM after Raphael, ca. 1900, impressed KPM with scepter. KPM: 7" x 4 1/2" sight. 1,500 - 2,500
1118  CONTINENTAL Centerpiece with ruffled blue glass bowl on bronze stand, supported by three putti holding gadroons, their tails becoming three scrolled feet. Together with a German painted porcelain plaque, "Ruth," framed in bronze. Plaque: 5 3/4" x 4" sight, bowl: 13" x 9". 600 - 900
1119  CONTINENTAL ALABASTER Large urn carved with winged putti around a chariot, acanthus leaves, pedestal with vine and grape motif, possibly Italian 20th C. Adapted for electricity, integral veining and cracks. 23 1/4" x 10 1/2" dia. 500 - 700
1120  ANTIQUE METALWORK Box lot of various items including sleigh bells, candlesticks, a ship's wheel clock and a carriage clock. 800 - 1,200
1121  19TH C. BOXES Dresser boxes, snuff boxes and a match safe: papier-mƒch‚ circular box depicting Jonathan Russell Esq., appointed Minister Plenipotentiary by John Adams, ca. 1810; hinged papier-mƒch‚ box; hinged burled wood box, dated 1850; circular piqu‚ jar; bonnet-top match safe with tortoise shell veneer. 500 - 800
1122  ITALIAN MANNEQUIN Bust of a girl, composition with glass eyes and removable wig, early 20th C. Label on base for Guido Mertuzzi & Co., Milano. 11" x 12". 300 - 500
1123  STEINWAY & SONS Walnut S model baby grand piano with spade feet, ca. 1927. Soundboard marked 9/03-S, serial number 254448. 39" x 56" x 65" closed. 5,000 - 7,000
1124  STEINWAY & SONS Mahogany M model baby grand piano with spade feet, ca. 1921. Small amount of loose veneer. Soundboard marked 5/18-M 1750, serial number 209023. Approx.: 38" x 56" x 66" closed. 5,000 - 7,000
1125  VICTORIAN OAK Server with heavily carved front, original hardware. 37" x 60" x 24" 600 - 900
1126  FRENCH REGENCY STYLE Oak consol with secondary wood marquetry, pastoral medallion scene and flowers, ormolu mounts, 19th C. Loss to finish, repairs. 35 1/2 x 41 3/4" x 17 1/2" 800 - 1,200
1127  VICTORIAN PARLOR SET Settee and chair frames, both highly ornamented with carved cherubs, violins, cornucopias and light gilding. Upholstery removed on settee. Settee: 76" x 40" x 30", chair: 39" x 33" x 25". 800 - 1,200
1128  BELTER (Attr.) American Rococo Revival laminated dining/side chair, with a back of intertwining scrolls, bowed seat and cabriole legs, reupholstered in mustard velvet. 33" x 18 1/2" x 20" 3,000 - 5,000
1129  CHIPPENDALE STYLE Mahogany vitrine on stand with mullioned doors and sides, openwork apron, probably English, late 19th C. Some losses to molding. 91" x 48" x 21" 1,500 - 2,500
1130  ENGLISH MAHOGANY Kneehole desk, oak secondary wood, with fold-down writing slope, four drawers on each side, centered by a recessed cupboard with door, top of recessed interior with pigeon-hole partitions, 19th C. Small crack on top panel, crack and chip on right rear. 30 1/4" x 32 3/4" x 19 1/4" 1,500 - 2,000
1131  ENGLISH MAHOGANY Folding ebonized game table with burled walnut veneers, reeded legs and gilt decoration, late 19th C. The top unfolds and the legs expand to become a full-sized game table with a felt playing area; one mahogany drawer with dovetail construction. Wear to tabletop. 29 3/4" x 38" x 19" when closed. 1,500 - 3,500
1132  EUROPEAN EARLY RENAISSANCE STYLE Sideboard and complementary floating storage unit. Carved with grotesque masks, acanthus, fruit and gadrooning in high relief; oak secondary wood, veneered. Minor wear to edges, storage unit with damage to corner. Storage unit: 7 1/4" x 66 1/2" x 10", sideboard: 43 3/4" x 72" x 24 3/4". 2,000 - 4,000
1133  ENGLISH OAK Round table with three leopard-headed and clawed caryatid legs, inlaid top and notched gadroon border; underside of inlaid top with large lobbed campana-form pendant. 30" x 35" dia. 1,500 - 2,000
1134  CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD Half-column bar ornately carved with putti on battlefield with cannon, acanthus carved base, egg and dart and rosette carved rows. The interior with one fixed and three adjustable shelves. 51" x 52" x 18" 750 - 1,000
1135  STYLE OF T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS Pair of wood and leather chairs, some wear. Together with a hardwood stand with marble top, 20th C. Chairs: 3 3/4" x 23" x 20 1/2"; table: 24" x 13" dia. 500 - 700
1136  KUBA Antique Caucasian rug in Lesghi star design in reds, blues, and ivory. Some wear. 3'4" x 5'3" 800 - 1,200
1137  TABRIZ Turkish version of Persian room-sized rug with light blue, peach, and ivory floral pattern with cedar trees on an indigo ground. Inscriptions in opposite corners, possibly Farsi, 1st quarter 20th C. Re-selvaged, some wear to one side and to some areas of field, some light fading. 11'9" x 9' 2,000 - 3,000
1138  AARON WILLARD Presentation banjo clock with glass panels reverse-painted with a mythological figure riding a horse-drawn chariot, ivory-enameled face. Restoration to works and gilt. Painted on face Aaron Willard Boston. 41" x 10" x 4" 4,000 - 6,000
1139  TALL CASE CLOCK Classical-style mahogany clock with brass moon face and brass works, eight chimes, Corinthian columns, beveled glass oval windows, silent strike, early 20th C. Paint loss to face, missing key. Face stamped WESTMINSTER WHITTINGTON. 97" x 21" x 18 1/2" 3,000 - 5,000
1140  CONTINENTAL BAROQUE STYLE Pair of hanging mirrors of carved wood with gesso and gilt decoration, highly figured with bare-breasted mermaids, putti, scrolls, and shells. Some minor loss to decoration. Unmarked. 26" x 18 1/4" 1,500 - 2,500
1141  ROZENBURG Bulbous two-handled vase painted with stylized floral design in green, rose, blue and gold. Three small chips to foot. Painted mark. 10 1/2" x 6 3/4" 600 - 900
1142  LONGWY Pair of vases in the Chinese Art Deco style, enamel-decorated in a floral pattern, with elephant trunk handles, early 20th C. Both with restoration to handles and rim. Stamped LONGWY mark. 8 7/8" 800 - 1,000
1143  FRENCH LAP DESK Walnut and brass, ca. 1850. Interior fitted with inkwells and compartments and containing an antique Waterman fountain pen. 14" x 10" x 4" 600 - 800
1144  BELGIAN CLASSICAL STYLE Bronze lamp with three griffins and three godesses playing double-flutes, on mottled tan marble base. One figure missing one flute. Ht. 18 1/2". 800 - 1,200
1145  AESTHETIC MOVEMENT Bronze hanging lantern trimmed with incised, pierced and embossed decoration, several finials, around a four-candle fixture. Hanging from original chain, missing two glass panels. Unmarked. 31" x 17 1/2" sq. 2,500 - 3,500
1146  CARRIAGE LAMPS Pair of Devoursney Bros. electrified copper and mixed metal carriage lamps with etched glass panels, late 19th C. One top slightly loose, minor losses to decoration, small dent. Both marked DEVOURSENEY BROS. MAKERS 33 GREEN ST NEW YORK. 31 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" 3,000 - 4,000
1147  HENRI PICARD Beaux-Arts bronze dor‚ figural lamp of a Classical youth flanked by putto and dragon, on rose marble base, raised on paw feet, 19th C. Stamped TT and H. PICARD on each foot. Figure only: 29 1/2" x 11 1/2". 1,500 - 2,000
1148  HENRI CAHIEUX (French 1825-1854) Beaux-Arts electrified eight-light bronze and silver-plate candelabra of urn shape with allegorical scenes, on red marble base, 19th C. Stamped HENRI CAHIEUX/BARBEDIENNE FONDEUR. 37 1/2" x 12 1/2" 1,100 - 1,700
1148A AESTHETIC MOVEMENT Bronze tall standing lamp in the style of Caldwell, with masks, foliage, gadroons, and ring handles, late 19th C. Unmarked. 61". 1,000 - 1,500
1149  HEREND CHINA Assembled collection of Rothschild pattern porcelain, printed and hand-colored with birds and butterflies, 1949 to present. Twenty-two pieces: two covered tureens with lemon finials, larger: 15"; covered jar, ht. 5 1/2"; covered dish with rose finial, 8"; covered openwork jar, 7"; eight crescent-shaped dishes, 7"; five triangular dishes with scalloped edges, 8 1/4"; three circular serving dishes, one with handles, 15"; square serving dish, 11" sq. Cobalt stamp HEREND HUNGARY HAND-PAINTED with shield. 1,200 - 1,800
1150  HEREND CHINA Assembled collection of Rothschild pattern porcelain, printed and hand-colored with birds and butterflies, 1949 to present. Forty-two pieces: four dining plates with cobalt fish-scale trim, 11"; eight dessert plates, 8"; nine bread plates, 7"; leaf-shaped covered dish, 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"; salt and pepper, 5"; two-handled dish, 9 1/4"; openwork dish, 8 1/4"; Herend 1839 display, 6"; covered butter with rooster finial, 7 3/4"; vase, 13"; shoe figurine, 2"; leaf plate, 6"; footed cookie platter; two handled and covered utensils; two platters, largest: 19"; covered dish, 13"; four plates, 11"; small saucer; two small bowls. Cobalt stamp HEREND HUNGARY HAND-PAINTED with shield. 800 - 1,200
1151  HEREND CHINA Assembled collection of Rothschild pattern porcelain, printed and hand-colored with birds and butterflies, 1949 to present. Forty-three pieces: four teapots, largest: 10 1/2"; covered tureen with large bird finial, 13 1/2" long; serving platter, 10 1/2;" vase, hairline, 5"; two creamers, larger: 4"; gravy boat, 7 1/2"; decorative ducks figurine; egg cup; two bowls; leaf dish, 9"; four plates, 11"; twelve cups and saucers, saucer: 5 1/2". Cobalt stamp HEREND HUNGARY HAND-PAINTED with shield. 1,200 - 1,500
1152  HAWKES CRYSTAL Delft Diamond pattern #7072, sixty pieces: seventeen water goblets, 6 1/2"; fifteen wine glasses, 4 5/8"; eleven liquor glasses, 4 7/8"; seventeen tall sherberts, 4 1/2". Few with small chips. Marked HAWKES on base. 1,200 - 1,800
1152A LIMOGES PORCELAIN Hand-painted fish set signed Muflier, 1900-1920: large oval platter, 24 1/2" x 11"; eleven plates, 9 1/4" dia.; sauceboat, 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 4 3/4". Slight wear and small scratches, platter with small paint speckles. One plate unmarked. 700 - 1,000
1153  STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFER-WARE Assembled group of fifty-one pieces from various makers, green and red, 19th C.: a teapot, covered tureen, two small uncovered tureens, five small bowls, various plates and serving platters. Tallest: 8 1/2", largest platter: 15 1/8" x 12 1/4". 500 - 800
1154  STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFER-WARE Assembled collection of twenty-eight pieces from various makers, green and red, 19th C.: a ewer and basin, footed compote, two teapots, covered bowl, pitcher, creamer, two cups and saucers and sixteen plates. Tallest: 10", bowl: 12 1/2" dia., 4 3/8" ht. 500 - 800
1155  STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFER-WARE Three large blue pieces, 19th C.: two platters and a handled bowl. Bowl: 8" x 19 1/4" x 12 5/8", largest platter: 21" x 16". 1,000 - 1,500
1156  ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA Game set transfer-decorated and hand-colored with assorted fowl and modeled bird heads, ca. 1890: a serving platter, ten luncheon plates, a covered dish, and two oval plates. Small chips to serving platter and cover. Brown stamp ROYAL WORCESTER VITREOUS/ENGLAND/Rd N 115187. Platter: 18 1/4", plates: 9" dia., covered dish: ht. 4 3/4" with lid. 1,500 - 2,500
1157  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set, 20th C: eleven dinner plates, one with hairline, one with chip to rim, 10"; ten luncheon plates, 9 3/8"; fourteen salad plates, 8 3/8"; ten soup plates, one with chips to footring, approx. 9 3/4"; six knife rests, marked with crossed swords, 3 3/4"; six serving utensils with unmarked handles, four knives with Gorham Mfg. Co. foundry mark on blade, one cheese knife marked Bastet, Amsterdam on blade, one fork, one knife and fork handle cracked, longest 10". All with various Meissen marks. 800 - 1,200
1158  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set, 20th C.: eighteen cups, several small chips, highest 2 7/8" x 4"; six chocolate/bouillon cups, one with small chips, 3 1/2" x 3 3/4"; twenty-five small plates/saucers of varying sizes, largest 6 3/4"; teapot with cover with rose finial, 1/2" hairline on spout, chips on inside flange of lid, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2"; small covered pot with rose finial on lid, tip of leaf near finial broken, 6 1/2" x 5"; large cream pot, 6" x 5 1/2"; small cream pot, 3 3/4" x 4"; covered sugar bowl, chips to finial and leaf, 3" x 3"; two soup plates with gilt rims, gilt worn, one with several hairlines, 9 1/4". All with various Meissen marks. 500 - 700
1159  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set, 20th C.: two cutting boards, several chips, 5 3/4" x 9 1/2"; eleven shell-shaped dishes, 4 1/2" x 5"; twelve demitasse cups, one with old stapled repair, 2" x 2 1/8"; thirteen saucers, 4 1/2"; two candlesticks with shell handle, 2 1/2" x 2 1/2". All with various Meissen marks. 300 - 500
1160  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set, 20th C.: sauceboat with attached underplate and spoon, chip to underplate, 4" x 9", spoon 8"; six chocolate/bouillon cups, one with chips, 3 1/2" x 3 3/4"; thirteen saucers, two with chips, approx. 5 3/8"; covered butter dish with attached underplate, 3 1/2" x 7 1/2"; ashtray, 5" dia.; eighteen cups of varying sizes and marks, one with spider crack on bottom, some with small chips to rim, approx. 2 1/2" x 3 1/2". All with various Meissen marks. 500 - 700
1161  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Serving group, 19th - 20th C.: pair of covered tureens, one with cracks on lid near finial and small chip on rim of tureen, 6" x 8" x 11" with lids; two oval serving dishes, 15 1/2" x 10"; large tazza on stand, restoration to rim, 4 3/4" x 14 1/2". All with various Meissen marks. 800 - 1,200
1162  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Serving pieces, 19th - 20th C.: deep dish, 14"; oval serving dish, 19 1/2" x 9 3/4"; pair of round serving dishes, 12"; covered rectangular tureen, 4 1/2" x 9 1/4" x 11 1/2"; round covered tureen, 5 1/2" x 9 1/2". All with various Meissen marks. 1,000 - 1,500
1163  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Covered tureen and underplate. Tureen: 11" x 16" x 9 1/2" including lid and handles; underplate: 17 1/4" x 12". Meissen marks. 1,000 - 1,500
1164  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Serving pieces, 20th C.: four square serving bowls, one reglued, 2 3/4" x 7 1/2" sq. and 3 1/2" x 9" sq.; covered sauce boat with spoon (unmarked), chip to bowl, lid cracked, chip to spoon, 6" x 6" x 10"(with lid), spoon 9"; double shell bonbon dish with handle, 4" x 11 1/2" x 9 1/2" (with handle); two round bowls 2 3/4" x 4", 2 1/2 x 3 3/4". All with various Meissen marks. 800 - 1,200
1165  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set, 19th - 20th C.: seventeen soup plates, largest 9 1/8"; fifteen dinner plates, two with hairlines, 10"; eighteen small plates, three with hairlines, 7 1/2"; twelve knives with silver-plated blades, all handles cracked and reglued, 9 3/4". All with various Meissen marks. 800 - 1,200
1166  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Serving pieces, 20th C.: square serving dish, chip, base support ground down, 2 1/4" x 9"; double shell bonbon dish with central handle, firing defects in glaze, 4" x 9 1/4" x 11"; mustard pot with attached base and spoon, chip to plate 3 1/2" x 6", spoon 4"; two leaf-shaped pickle dishes with molded design on base, 1 5/8" x 4" x 5"; four smaller of similar design (possibly open salts), 1 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 3 1/2"; two shell-shaped open salts on scrolled feet, one with hairline crack, other unmarked, 2" x 2 1/2" x 3 1/8"; two square open salts, 3/4" x 1 3/4"; round open salt, 1" x 2" dia. All with various Meissen marks. 700 - 1,000
1167  MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Dessert set: nine plates, 8 1/4"; large plate, 11"; tazza, 7" x 9 3/4"; four small plates, 6". All with various Meissen marks. 800 - 1,200
1168  PORCELAIN BLUE ONION Assembled set by assorted makers, 20th C. Blue Danube: two vegetable dishes, boxed, 11" x 7 1/2"; eight fruit saucers, boxed, 5 1/4"; six small plates, 6 3/4". Others: egg cup seving set on stand centered by open salt with six removable porcelain cups attatched to silver plated stands, one cup with hairline, unmarked, stand 7" x 7"; five dinner plates, marked Carlsbad, Austria, 10"; four luncheon plates, marked Eichwald, 9 1/2"; five soup plates, marked Eichwald, 9 1/2"; seventeen fruit knives and one fork, brass blades/fork, several handles damaged, unmarked handles, blades with various marks, 6 1/4"; two covered vegetable tureens, marked Carlsbad, Austria, 5 1/2" x 12 1/2" x 7 1/2"; four oval serving platters, largest marked Carlsbad, 16 1/8" x 10 1/2", other three marked Eichwald 14" x 9 1/8", small pair 11" x 7"; four soup plates, marked Carlsbad, Austria, 8"; five trivet/cutting boards, four round, one rectangular 9 1/8" x 6", largest 8 1/8"; teapot, missing cover, marked Eichwald, 6 3/4" x 6 1/2"; teapot with lid, marked RS Germany, 5" x 9 1/2" x 5 1/2"; eight Carlsbad butter pats, 3 1/4"; forty-eight pieces of unmarked assorted shapes, chips and losses. 500 - 700
1169  ACOMA Polychrome olla, ca. 1870-1900. (The former owner of this piece, Frank Covert, was a partner to Mark Harrington in "Covert & Harrington, Commercial Ethnologists". Their business was arranging exhibits of Indian artifacts at schools, colleges and museums. Harrington went on to work for George Gustav Heye, collecting materials that would make up the inventory of the Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Covert's collection of Native American baskets is owned by the Michigan State University Museum.) Fire clouds to base, small old chip to rim. Labeled FRANK M. COVERT / 329 FIFTH AVE. / N.Y. 10 1/2", 11 1/2" dia., mouth opening: 6 1/2" dia. 10,000 - 12,000
1170  ZUNI Large knifewing God brooch with coral, turquoise, jet, spiney oyster, and mother-of-pearl in sterling. Together with a large turquoise triptych panel brooch, ca. 1935, marked N. LEE. Largest: 5 1/2" x 4" 600 - 900
1171  NAVAJO Silver and turquoise belt composed of ten 'butterfly' conchas and a similar buckle, with tooled and repouss‚ decorations, each centering a turquoise cabochon. On a leather belt. Conchas: 1 1/4" x 2 1/8", belt: 32". 800 - 1,200
1172  NAVAJO Silver squash blossom necklace with turquoise, mid 20th C., and a red coral and turquoise ring. Necklace with ten blossoms and a built naja, 4" x 3 1/2"; 25 1/2" long. Ring marked BC. 500 - 700
1173  NAVAJO Silver jewelry grouping composed of a massive, irregular triangle turquoise saw-tooth bezel bracelet, signed by Bobby Thompson, 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"; two rings, one marked BSG; a pair of earrings. 300 - 600
1174  NAVAJO Silver squash blossom necklace, ca. 1950. Cast and built bow form blossoms and a tooled naja, each with an intergrown azurite and malachite gem in saw-tooth bezel. Marked E.L. Naja: 2 1/2"; 27". 500 - 800
1175  NATIVE AMERICAN Two silver squash blossom necklaces with turquoise. One marked MC, one signed J. Whitman. Longest naja: drops 3 7/8". 500 - 800
1176  MARIA AND SANTANA MARTINEZ Squat ovoid blackware vase with avanyu horned water serpent. Minor flake. Signed Maria + Santana. 5" x 7 1/2" 2,000 - 3,000
1177  DOUG HYDE (American, b. 1946) Untitled bronze sculpture of a seated woman holding a pot. Signed and numbered. 10 3/4" x 5 1/4" x 7 1/2" 2,000 - 3,000
1178  BETTY TAFOYA Large blackware bulbous vase deeply carved with an avanyu water serpent, 1973. Minor scratches. Signed Betty Tafoya Santa Clara Pueblo Espanola New Mexico 6/6/73. 10 1/2" x 13" 1,000 - 1,500
1178A NATIVE AMERICAN Southwestern polychrome painted utility jar with holes for hanging. Fire cloud, one small chip to rim and flecks. 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; mouth opening: 2 1/2" 1,000 - 1,200
1179  VELOY JOSEPH VIGIL (American, 1931-1997) Untitled mixed media on paper, framed. Signed. 24" x 33" sight. 1,000 - 2,000
1180  JESSE MONOGYA (Monongye) Earrings from the Nightsky series: 14k yellow gold and sterling with opals, diamonds, lapis, coral, turquoise and mother-of-pearl depicting Halley's comet and its tail streaking towards opal half-moons. Provenance: Montclair Museum of Art, New Jersey. 3" 2,500 - 4,000
1181  JESSE MONOGYA (Monongye) Galaxy cuff from the Nightsky series. Sterling with gold, jet, turquoise, coral, lapis, malachite and mother-of-pearl depicting Halley's comet streaking across a galaxy of stars and planets. Provenance: Montclair Museum of Art, New Jersey. 2 3/4" x 1 7/8" x 1 1/8" 3,000 - 5,000
1182  JOHN NIETO (American, b. 1936) "Comanche Dancer", oil on canvas, framed. Signed and titled. 40" x 30" 4,000 - 6,000
1183  DOUG HYDE (American, b. 1946) Patinated bronze sculpture, "Four Tribes," on rotating wood base. Signed and numbered. 13" x 19" dia. 4,000 - 6,000
1184  NATIVE AMERICAN Two jewelry pieces: Ray Tracey Yei maiden mask sterling pendant and Roger Tsabetsaye (Zuni) coral and lapis sterling cuff. Pendant inlaid with coral, jet, and spiney oyster, reverses to ruby. 2 1/4" x 3 1/4" 600 - 900
1185  RAY TRACEY Bear totem necklace with coral, onyx and spiney oyster inlay; in the form of a squash blossom necklace. Central pendant drops 3"; 26". 600 - 900
1186  JESSE MONOGYA (Monongye) Important 14k Bear Fetish bracelet with blue and white diamonds, coral, turquoise, sugalite, lapis and fossilized mastadon ivory. Zuni-style Bear Fetish represents the Spirit Helper, and geometric inlay depicts the formation of the mountains; the interior set with a constellation of small diamonds. Textured tufa-cast surface, bear paw ornaments. Provenance: Montclair Museum of Art, New Jersey. 91.4 gs. GW; 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 3/4" tapers. 7,000 - 9,000
1187  ALLAN HOUSER (Native American, 1914-1994) Bronze sculpture, "Watching the Dance", 1978. Signed and numbered. 17" x 11" x 15 1/2" 15,000 - 20,000
1188  NATIVE AMERICAN Three pieces of sterling jewelry: Vernon Waskie pendant with inset lapis, 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"; wide cuff with lapis, coral, turquoise, and spiney oyster inlay, 1 3/4" wide; necklace, 26". 500 - 800
1189  NATIVE AMERICAN Two jewelry pieces: Boyd Tsosie sterling pendant with banded stone inlay, and an R & L. Vacit (Zuni) inlaid necklace with lapis, turquoise, onyx, red coral and mother-of-pearl on a turquoise bead strand. Necklace: 22 1/2", pendant: 5 1/2". 500 - 800
1190  NATIVE AMERICAN Four sterling pieces: silver inlaid pendant with beadwork, marked HR; wide cuff with coral, wood, jet and mother-of-pearl inlay, signed LWF; Northwest tribe bear and eagle pendant, obscure mark; open cuff with purple and black stone inlay. Cuff: 3" wide. 400 - 600
1191  ZUNI Inlaid silver assembled suite: G. Montano necklace; Derrick and Nichelle Edaakie reversable pendant and two rings; Albert Banteah cuff. Pendant: 2 1/2" dia. 500 - 800
1192  PUEBLO BLACKWARE Six squat vessels with closed-in rims by Betty Tafoya, Juan Tafoya, Juanita Wo-Peen, Angelito K. Coyis, Helen Shupla, Angela Baca. All signed. Largest: 7 1/2" x 10" 1,200 - 1,600
1193  SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN Cylindrical basket of coiled construction with bundled foundation, interlocking stitches, plated coiled start, coiled selvage and figures of deer. Slight loss to single bottom coil. 10 stitches/inch, 9 1/4" x 8" 1,000 - 1,500
1194  POMO Gift basket finely woven of willow with flower element in bracken fern root, decorated with red woodpecker feathers, early 20th C. 3/4" x 2 1/4" 1,200 - 1,500
1195  NATHAN YOUNGBLOOD Blackware vessel with closed-in rim, deeply carved with a geometric band. Signed Nathan Youngblood with cipher. 3 3/4" x 6" 2,500 - 3,500
1196  HOPI Sulawitsi kachina's gourd and wood rattle, ca 1940. Displayed on wooden base. Provenance: Kenneth Freed Collection. 8 1/2" x 3" x 3" 300 - 400
1197  YUPIK ESKIMO Carved walrus ivory implements: hammer, saw, pliers, knife, cleaver and a fish. Longest: 3 7/8". 300 - 500
1198  NATIVE AMERICAN Northeastern bark basket with scratched floral designs, leather strap and removable fitted lid, 19th - 20th C. 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 6" 500 - 700
1199  NATIVE AMERICAN Basket group: Southern Californian coiled basket with steeply flaring sides, with four stair-step bands, irregularly split interlocking stitches, round coiled start and flat ring base, ht. 9 1/2"; Makah/Nootka oval, lidded trinket basket (Wakashan), finely twined with polychrome geometric banding in green, black and red, dark blemish at base, ht. 2"; round coiled basket with six fylfot, bundle foundation and plaited coil start, degraded rim with 50% loss of stitching, ht. 3 3/4". 500 - 600
1199A WESTERN Two pair of Western chaps: one of cream-colored woolies with tooled leather belt and leather legs and one of leather batwings with applied nickel conchas. Excellent condition. Woolies: marked N / K.c.CO / BJS; 44" long, belt: 42 1/2". Batwings: 38 3/4" long, belt: 46". 1,500 - 2,000
1200  NAVAJO Two Yei rugs and two baskets. One rug with eight figures separated by stalks of grain and bordered with black and white crenelation, early 20th C., some damage to 12" area of selvage and to one end, repair to small area of field, 4'4" x 8'7"; other with two figures, late 20th C., 2'1" x 2'5 1/2". Wedding basket with star element and shipapu, darkened with age, few small losses to outside, 14 1/2" dia.; other Southwestern geometric, 9 1/4" dia. 1,000 - 1,200
1201  HOPI Shallow bowl painted with abstracted feather designs on an unslipped and deep, warm orange surface. Some abrasion to top. Labeled FRANK M. COVERT / 329 FIFTH AVE. / N.Y. 2 3/4" x 9 1/2" dia., mouth opening: 2 1/2" 2,000 - 2,500
1202  NAVAJO Banded saddle blanket in red, black, and natural wool, late 19th C. Very good condition. 2'6" x 4'7" 800 - 1,200
1203  NAVAJO Saddle blanket with three compartments bordered in a wide key design, late 19th C. Very good condition, remnants of corner tassels. 2'5" x 4'2" 1,000 - 1,500
1204  NATIVE AMERICAN Sixteen pieces of jewelry by various makers including Tsosie, Virginia C., L. Beho, Mike E., in turquoise and 14k yellow gold: five rings, six pendants, three pairs of earrings. 75.9 gs. GW. 1,000 - 1,500
1205  MIDA TAFOYA Santa Clara blackware wedding vessel. Decorated with an avanyu water serpent. Signed Mida Tafoya. 8 1/2". 600 - 900
1206  NATIVE AMERICAN Nine pieces of Creek, Navajo or Hopi jewelry: David Tune sterling spider web turquoise belt buckle; two intertribal First Prize buttons, ca. 1968, with ribbon; five pieces of shadow-set or bezel set turquoise jewelry: a necklace, three bracelets, marks EV and LC, a ring. Buckle: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2", chain: 29", pendant: 3 1/4". 500 - 800
1207  KATCHINAS Ten contemporary Kachina dolls and one Alaskan totem pole by Arnold Holmes, Adrian Poleahla, Ambrose Tewa, Wilmer Kaye, among others. Tallest: 16 1/2" 1,500 - 2,500
1208  NAVAJO Storyteller concha belt comprised of nine sterling and inlaid rectangular conchas and a similar buckle depicting daily life, inlaid with coral, turquoise, abalone, horn, onyx. Marked BR. Leather belt, copper straps, 42", conchas: 2 1/4" x 3". 800 - 1,200
1209  NAVAJO Elaborate bear claw red coral and turquoise silver necklace with a matching belt buckle. Designed as a squash blossom necklace, the naja with two saw tooth-set claws and stones, each blossom with a single claw. Necklace: 28", naja: drops 2 1/2", buckle: 2 1/2" x 3 1/4". 500 - 800
1210  NAVAJO Massive silver necklace with turquoise, red coral and bear claws, ca. 1940. Designed as a squash blossom necklace with two sides and a large central panel, each suspends feather ornaments. Center: 6 1/2" x 3 1/4"; chain: 22". 600 - 1,000
1211  NATIVE AMERICAN Five sterling pieces: turquoise concha form hat band on Stetson 4x beaver hat, size 7 3/8; triptych bracelet with turquoise and carved coral by Frank Atencio; wide Ketoh with turquoise and liberty head dimes; Santo Domingo bracelet with Heishi beadwork; tooled open cuff. 600 - 900
1212  NATIVE AMERICAN Necklaces with silver, turquoise, coral or hardstones: conical bead necklace with Sundance figural naja; turquoise squash blossom, marked NM; squash blossom necklace, ca. 1950; three-strand bird and bear fetish necklace, marked NM; blue bead necklace, marked CJ. Longest necklace: 26", pendant: drops 3". 500 - 700
1213  CHESTER MAHOOTIE Two black work gorgets worn as costume by the American Indian Dance Theatre, each bearing silver and turquoise centerpieces flanked by shells and bordered with strands of turquoise beads. Signed NM. Largest: 8" x 6". 500 - 700
1214  NAVAJO Four pieces of jewelry: silver appliqu‚ collar with turquoise and red coral; red coral bead necklace; coral and turquoise bead earrings. Pendant detachable, unidentified mark. Collar: 1 1/2" wide, pendant: 1 1/2" x 1 3/4". 500 - 700
1215  NATIVE AMERICAN Assembled suite of six turquoise and silver pieces: Zuni needlepoint squash blossom necklace, marked NM, and similar earrings; two row work bracelets; turquoise nugget and clam shell necklace, marked NM; later concha link belt, 32". Longest necklace: 30", earrings: drop 2". 500 - 700
1216  JEANETTE PLATERO (NAVAJO) Concha belt with nine silver conchas and buckle on leather belt, 45". Conchas: 1 3/4" x 2 1/4". 500 - 700
1217  ZUNI Silver and turquoise assembled jewelry suite: sawtooth settings; Jack Weekoty pectoral; split band bracelet, marked NM; earrings, marked Reeves; a ring. Necklace: 16" internal circumference, pendant: drops 3 1/4"; earrings: drop 2 1/2". 500 - 700
1218  ZUNI Massive silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace. Ten squashes and naja with sawtooth-set mottled turquoise. Evidence of old restringing. Marked NM. Squashes: 2 3/4" x 2", naja: 4" x 3", 33" long. 500 - 700
1219  NATIVE AMERICAN Assembled suite of six turquoise and silver jewelry pieces: Wilbur Waineka for Indian Hammers large tablet cuff; Bland Velma Lesansee Zuni necklace; Vance Tsavatew ring with bear claw; tapered barrel necklace with red coral, signed NM; two Mexican sterling bead necklaces. Cuff: 6 1/2" internal circumference, tablet: 2 3/4" x 2"; necklace: 29", pendant: drops 3 1/4". 500 - 700
1220  ZUNI Inlaid stone and silver jewelry and two bead necklaces: large Matilda and Valentino Bentah cuff depicting a chief in headdress; cloud maiden dancer ring and rainbow god ring; thunderbird pin/pendant, marked Polly and C. Shick; hummingbird pendant; sun pin; five- and ten-strand necklaces of shell, glass and stabilized turquoise. Cuff: 6 1/2" internal circumference; longest necklace: 32"; longest ring: 2 1/4"; largest pin: 2". 500 - 700
1221  NATIVE AMERICAN Twenty-six jewelry pieces: five fetish necklaces in stone, shell or silver; fetish earrings; seven tubular bead necklaces, includes shell, turquoise, stone spiney oyster; two pairs of bead earrings, silver or turquoise; five pieces of silver and turquoise jewelry: bracelet, brooch, ring, pendant and necklace; two thunderbird tourist belts; an articulated turquoise eagle necklace. Shell necklace: 18", shell: approx. 2" sq.; belt: 34". 500 - 700
1222  NATIVE AMERICAN Fourteen bead necklaces, Native American and foreign. Some losses. Provenance: American Indian Dance Theatre. 400 - 600
1223  NATIVE AMERICAN Seven sterling and stone bola ties by David Tune, Creek, S and a NEZ, Navajo and others, with turquoise, red coral, bisbee turquoise, malachite. Largest: 2 3/4" x 2". 500 - 750
1224  ZUNI and HOPI Eight sterling bola ties by M. Edaakie, H.R. Coonsis and LAP, inlaid, carved or stamped. Largest: 3 1/4" x 2 1/2" 500 - 750
1225  NAVAJO Old silver concha belt, two rings, two bracelets, a brooch with turquoise and tool work and a silver bead necklace. Belt marked JAM. Belt: 44", necklace: 29", brooch: 2 3/4". 500 - 800
1226  NAVAJO Two squash blossom necklaces in silver and turquoise with a ring, earrings and a bracelet. Shadowbox necklace with X mark, box bow necklace marked NM, bracelet marked DAL. Necklaces: approx. 22", earrings: drop 1". 500 - 700
1227  NATIVE AMERICAN Twelve silver jewelry pieces, most with turquoise, Bisbee, Kingman, spiderweb: necklace, three bracelets, three brooches, three pendants and two rings. Largest pendant: drops 4". 500 - 800
1228  NAVAJO / HOPI Silver necklaces: old landscape agate necklace; sandcast and sawtooth-set turquoise squash blossom necklace; pendant on bead chain, marked C. Draper; handbuilt necklace with channel cuts and turquoise. Longest necklace: 22 1/2", pendant: drops 2 3/4". 500 - 800
1229  NAVAJO Sandcast silver jewelry collection: two necklaces, bracelet and twelve brooches. Necklaces: 20" and 33 1/2", largest brooch: 2 1/2" dia. 600 - 900
1230  NATIVE AMERICAN Fourteen pieces of silver jewelry: graduated bead necklaces, some with strapwork; knifewing man brooch; frog brooch; fetish necklace; Hishi necklace; cufflinks; carved turquoise bear necklace; inlaid butterfly pin/pendant; Zuni inlaid cross. Largest bead: 45mm, longest strand: 28". 800 - 1,000
1231  NAVAJO Nine pieces of sandcast silver, many with turquoise: Raymond Loan prize-winning buckle; four other buckles; squash blossom necklace; earrings; naja. Largest: 3 1/2" x 2 3/4" 600 - 900
1232  ZUNI Nineteen petitpoint turquoise and sterling pieces by Pete and Vivian Haloo, Loarainne Lawela, V.S. Johnson, JHK, Claudine Pankatewa: three necklaces, two pendants, three rings, three bracelets, six pins, earrings. Widest bracelet: 1/2", longest ring: 2 1/4", longest necklace: 17". 500 - 800
1233  ZUNI Seven petitpoint turquoise and silver pieces: Lucy Dewa squash blossom necklace; J.S. Bellson bracelet; V.S. Johnson earrings and brooch; two rings; cuff ornament. Earrings drop 2 1/2", Naja drops 2 1/2", cuff ornament 2 1/2" x 3" 600 - 900
1234  ZUNI Petitpoint red coral and silver, and turquoise and silver pieces by Dave and Celia Nieto, B. Waatsa, ANP, etc.: two necklaces, three bracelets, three pairs of earrings, three rings, two brooches. Widest bracelet: 1", longest necklace: 16", longest earrings: drop 1 3/4", largest brooch: 1 1/2". 500 - 800
1234A ZUNI Fourteen petitpoint and needlepoint turquoise and sterling pieces by V.S. Johnson and others: large pin/pendant, necklace, pendant, watch bracelet, cufflinks, earrings, two brooches, two rings, two bracelets. Pin/pendant: 2 1/2" x 3", longest necklace: 22", longest earrings: drop 2 3/4", cufflinks: 3/4" sq. 500 - 800
1235  GIBSON Style A 1922 snakehead mandolin of wide grain Sitka spruce, with original case. Missing pick guard, losses to celluloid binding, surface scratches. Original paper label with number 73152. Mandolin: 26" x 10 1/2" x 1 3/4" 1,000 - 1,500
1236  MILLINERY Six carved pine hat makers molds, five from the Empire Hat Block Co. and one by White. Stamped sizes, five marked. Tallest: 11". 600 - 800
1237  EASTLAKE Pair of frames with ebonized corners and incised giltwork. (Provenance: Estate of Robert E. Baum, son of Walter E. Baum.) 23" x 28" exterior with 20" x 16" oval. 800 - 1,200
1238  AMERICAN FOLK ART Marquetry 'painting' of a theatre proscenium in a frame decorated with flowers and birds, 20th C. Can be removed from frame. 26" x 27 2/3" x 1 1/2" with frame. 1,200 - 1,500
1239  AMERICAN FOLK ART Marquetry game table, the top with center star surrounded by geometrics and apron decorated with stars and flags, 20th C. Beading missing on two-inch part of apron, repair to one leg. 30 1/2" x 26" x 26 1/2". 5,000 - 7,000
1240  APPALACHIAN FOLK ART Exceptional homestead tableau of carved wood, burl wood and found objects. (Provenance: Collection of David Baum, grandson of Walter E. Baum.) Spurious signature. 22" x 27" x 16 1/2" 3,000 - 5,000
1241  STONEWARE Bellarmine ovoid 4-liter jug with applied handle and molded face, ca. 1700. Two kiln kisses and minor clay separation. Unmarked. 17 1/2" x 10" 600 - 900
1242  ARTIST'S MANNEQUIN Large, articulated carved walnut mannequin or doll with movable, wood-pegged joints and detailed carved face, late 19th-early 20th C. One foot reglued. Approx. 34" x 11" x 4". 400 - 800
1243  VINTAGE LUGGAGE Louis Vuitton suitcase complete with traveling stickers; Goyard ladies traveling trunk with fitted interior. Both canvas and leather. Labeled. Trunk: 13 1/2" x 35 1/2" x 21", suitcase: 8 1/2" x 27 3/4" x 17 1/4". 1,500 - 2,000
1244  VINTAGE ABERCROMBIE Leather stuffed pig, bull and miniature turtle. Aging to leather. Pig 13" x 23 1/2", bull 19" x 23", turtle 3 3/4" x 7". 1,250 - 1,750
1245  FRITZ DILLER (German, 1875-1945) Untitled bronze sculpture of a bulldog with marble base. 11 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 7 3/4" with base. 1,000 - 1,500
1246  APOTHECARY Eighteen assorted glass jars, 19th - 20th C. A few nicks and chips. Tallest: 23 1/2" 1,500 - 2,500
1247  NANTUCKET RATTAN Mitchell Ray oval swing-arm basket, ca. 1945-1950. Partial label. 4 3/4" (ht. to bottom of handle) x 6 3/4" x 8 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1248  NANTUCKET RATTAN Jos‚ Formosa Reyes (1905-1980) oval, lidded basket purse with swing handle and applied ivory seagull on lid. Broken rear loop. Inscribed MADE IN NANTUCKET JOSE FORMOSO REYES with a crude map of Nantucket. Approx. 6 1/2" x 10" x 7". 2,000 - 3,000
1249  FRENCH ADVERTISING POSTER Bernard Villemot (French, 1911-1989) billboard-size advertisement for Orangina, 1980s. In eight pieces, folds to paper, small tears. 118" x 158 1/2" 600 - 800
1250  FRENCH ADVERTISING POSTER 'Brasserie Lengrand,' color lithograph mounted on canvas, 1926. Printed by Grau Nerfi & Cie., Paris, Lille and Les Nouvelles Affiches Phi. Pin holes to corners. 44" x 33 1/2" 600 - 800
1251  ITALIAN ADVERTISING POSTER Gino Boccasile (Italian, 1901-1952) 'Cappello Bantam,' color lithograph mounted on canvas, 1938. Printed by ACTA, Milano. Pin holes to corners. 56 3/4" x 41 1/2" 600 - 800
1252  ADVERTISING POSTERS Two posters, one for the Holland-America Cruise Line by Meffes, 37 1/4" x 23 1/2" sight; the other a design for the Th‚ƒtre Maurice Chevalier by C.H. Killer, ca. 1940s, water damage to bottom, signed "Lithographic por [Mrs] MeMe / Ch Killer," 61 3/4" x 45 1/4" sight. 800 - 1,200
1253  TRADE SIGN Tin sculptural spatterware coffee pot with removable lid, ca. 1970. Top handle reattached, losses to paint. 51" x 47" 1,000 - 2,000
1254  YANKEE MEMORABILIA Yankee Stadium seat in original blue paint with original seat plaque from 'The House That Ruth Built' Anniversary, 1923-1973. With two American League Championship Series tickets in consecutive numbers, framed with original ticket envelope. 31" x 23" x 18". 1,500 - 2,000
1255  WEATHERVANE Graphic sheet iron weathervane of young boy with net chasing a butterfly. (Reminds us of Henry Darger.) Original paint surface, loss commensurate with age, hoop re-attached. Unmarked. 28 3/4" x 49" 2,000 - 3,000
1256  ANTIQUARIAN ART BOOKS Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1862. J.B.Waring. Day & Son, London, 1863. Chromolithographed color plates by and under the direction of W.R. Tymms, A. Warren and G. Macculloch. Three volumes: leatherbound, ribbed binding, marbled endpapers, gilt decorated. All with minor foxing and wear to leather. 17 1/4" x 13 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1257  BUGATTI EPHEMERA Three-piece grouping of a letter written in October 1938 by Jean Bugatti, eldest son of car manufacturer Ettore Bugatti, to a W.M. Leitch of Philadelphia, PA. Includes a black and white photograph of a car designed by Jean Bugatti. Complete with kraft paper envelope. Signed. 800 - 1,200
1258  LETTER OPENER COLLECTION 116 letter openers collected between 1900 and 1939. Including, but not limited to, Shikudo, Japanese and European ivory and bronze, sterling, carved wood, micromosaic, souvenir, advertising and whaling. (Provenance: Estate of Lydia Hauck, MD, 1882-1960). 1,500 - 2,500
1259  SWISS MUSIC BOX Rosewood marquetry inlaid and ebonized music box, ca. 1890. Cylinder, eight airs listed on tune sheet, six bells with butterfly clappers, griffon medallions. Refinished. Cylinder: 13"; 9 1/2" x 22 1/4" x 11". 1,400 - 1,800
1260  HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW Handwritten, signed and dated copy of "Old St. David's at Radnor" titled and written in eight stanzas on recto and verso of single sheet. Wear appropriate to age, small tears at edges, old folds. Signed 'Henry W. Longfellow./ Cambridge April, 5,/ 1880.' 1,000 - 2,000
1261  J.H. COLTON MAP OF THE UNITED STATES British Provinces, Mexico and Colorado, showing the routes of the U.S. Mail Steam Packets to California and a plan of the Gold Region. Published by J.H. Colton, 86 Cedar St., New York, 1849. Laid down with tears and losses along fold lines and at the edges, foxing and oxidation of paper. 25 1/4" x 19", 27" x 20 1/2" (with frame). 1,200 - 1,800
1262  MOROCCAN GAME TABLE Wood game table inlaid with mother-of-pearl, mid 20th C. Opens to reveal chessboard and three compartments to hold game pieces. Small losses to inlay, missing several checker pieces of each color. 33 1/4" x 36 1/4" x 18 1/4" closed. 1,000 - 2,000
1263  SOUTH AFRICAN / ZIMBABWEAN Ndebele man's ceremonial beaded apron decorated with a geometric motif on white ground, late 19th-early 20th C. Conservation by Owerka (tag on verso). (Provenance: Kenneth Freed) 27 1/4" x 7 1/2". 400 - 600
1263A NAZCA Pechera (ceremonial chest ornament) decorated with feathers, Peru ca. 600-00 AD. Set in display. (Provenance: Kenneth Freed) Display: 23" x 12" x 2 3/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1264  CONTINENTAL BAROQUE STYLE Set of three oversized forged iron fireplace tools, possibly Dutch, with bronze figural herms: shovel, fork, and tongs. Unmarked. Tallest: 50 1/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1265  THONET (Attr.) Carved and bentwood cradle on stand, boat-shaped basket with loop and scroll bentwood swings within a sinuous frame. Similar example in the permanent collection of MOMA, New York. 51" x 49" x 28". 600 - 900
1266  JULES COUTAN (French 1848-1939) Beaux-Arts bronze figural sculpture of Renomm‚ seated on a horse and blowing a trumpet, cast by Thiebaut FrŠres ca. 1860. On green marble back and base. Cleaned gilt patina. Signed Coutan, stamped THIEBAUT FRES PARIS FUMIERE ET GAVIGNOT 5rs. Plaque 29 3/4" x 20 3/4" x 10" 6,000 - 8,000
1267  GARDENWARE Lead birdbath with cherub holding a shallow bowl on his head. Missing piece from rim of bowl (possibly a bird). 28" x 16" dia. 800 - 1,200
1268  GARDENWARE Two lead figures, one a young boy playing a small trumpet, old repairs; the other a cherub, damage to right arm, unbalanced. With lead sheet enveloping bases. Ht. boy 23 1/2", cherub 21". 700 - 1,000
1269  GARDENWARE Lead figure of Pan seated playing the flute, 19th - 20th C. With lead sheet enveloping base. Signature illegible. 22 3/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1270  GARDENWARE Cornelia Hepburn (American), bronze bird bath of three Graces holding aloft a shallow bowl on a stepped base. Signed Cornelia Hepburn. 22 1/2" x 17 3/4" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1271  GARDENWARE Pair of cast-iron urns with square handles and leafy scrolls, 19th C. Part of one handle broken. 30 1/4" x 20 1/4" 1,000 - 1,500
1272  GARDENWARE D. Wilder (Attr.) American cast-iron garden gate, ca. 1870. Depicts two lambs below a willow tree, scrolling ivy crest. Name plate vacant. 42" x 27". 1,000 - 1,500
1273  GARDENWARE Pair of garden benches by Kramer Bros. Foundry, Dayton, Ohio, ca. 1910. Each tapered bench with scroll seat, serpentine arms and legs, tiered arch back panels. 45" x 34" x 15 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1274  GARDENWARE Demi-lune garden bench with tobacco leaf back, scroll seat and gryphon arm rests becoming the legs, 19th C. Approx. 29" x 39" x 35". 500 - 800
1275  GARDENWARE Figural cast-iron fountain of a merman with laurel wreath, atop a turtle, possibly by Barbezat. Some rust and loss to verdigris enamel, missing conch. Illegible foundry medallion. 29 3/4" x 13" sq. 800 - 1,200
1276  GARDENWARE J.L. Mott (Attr.) American cast-iron garden urn with foliate decoration and egg-and-dart edge, 19th C. Remains of white enamel, damage to upper section of socle. Unmarked. 34" x 42" 1,000 - 1,500
1277  GARDENWARE Pair of cast-iron lions covered in green paint, manufacturer unknown, 19th - 20th C. Weathered condition. 9 1/4" x 12" x 7". 700 - 1,000
1277A KRAMER Cast-iron with three swans on the central column supporting the iron urn. Marked on side of base, partly reads "Manufactured by the Kramer Bros..." Approx. 38" x 21" 800 - 1,200
1278  WEATHERVANE A.L. Jewell (Attr.) hollow-bodied copper eagle poised as if to catch prey, late 19th-early 20th C. Damages, non-professional repair, weathered. (Call for condition report.) 21" x 26" x 13" including pole. 1,500 - 3,000
1279  WEATHERVANE Gilt-decorated running horse with directionals. Mounted on wood base. 58 1/2" x 30 1/4". 2,000 - 3,000
1280  WEATHERVANE Cast copper full-body eagle with original directionals, verdigris patina, early 20th C. Missing one foot. 22" wingspan, 16" length 1,000 - 1,500
1280A WEATHERVANE Gilded, molded leaded sheet copper eagle with wings raised, perched on an orb, with directional arrow, late 19th-early 20th C. Weathered, loss to gilding, upper vane of arrow loose. 17" x 20" x 22 1/2". 2,000 - 4,000
1281  STILL BANKS Five cast-iron banks: two Home Banks with Dormer, 1872 and possible reproduction, 6 3/4"; City Bank with Director's Room on Top by John Harper, 1902, 4"; County Bank by John Harper, 1892, 4"; Double Entry, 20th C., 6"; also a wood or coal stove fender by Charles Ezard, 11" x 18". 1,000 - 1,500
1282  STILL BANKS Twelve cast-iron banks, mostly by J & E Stevens, ca. 1900: four Cupola Banks, 1872, tallest with paint, great shape, 5 1/4", without paint 4", and two 3", one with paint; House One Story in yellow paint, 1910, 3 1/4"; Four Tower Bank, 1895-1906, 5 3/4"; Home Savings Bank with Dog Finial, 1891, 6"; Crown Bank, 1896, 3 3/4"; two Victorian Houses, 1892, 4 1/2" and 3 1/2"; Roof Bank, 1887, 5"; and Quatrefoil House by Kenton, repainted, 3 1/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1283  STILL BANKS Eleven cast-iron or alloy banks, 20th C: Skyscraper Six Posts by A.C. Williams, 1900-09, 6 1/2"; Domed Mosque by Kenton, repainted, 4 1/4"; two Domed Banks by A.C. Williams, 1899-1934, 4 3/4" and 5"; Mosque by A.C. Williams, 1920, 3"; two Houses with Porch by A.C. Williams, 1910, 4 1/4" and 3"; Treasury Bank by John Wright, 3"; Little Brown Church by Hout Mfg with brown paint, 4"; Fidelity Trust Co of Portland Maine, 5 1/4"; Northern Trust Co., 4"; Miami Beach Federal Savings, 5 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1284  STILL BANKS Two cast-iron eagle banks, 19th C. Remnants of paint, one broken wing. Unmarked. 9 1/2" x 5 1/2"; 9 1/2" x 5 1/4" 1,500 - 2,000
1285  STILL BANKS Three cast-iron tower banks, late 19th C.: Independence Hall by Enterprise, with most of ivory paint, 1875; Litchfield Cathedral by Chamberlain & Hill, 1908, damage to one steeple,; Tower Bank by John Harper, 1902-11. 10" x 9 1/2"; 6 3/4" x 3 1/2"; 9" x 3 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1286  STILL BANKS Five cast-iron banks ca. 1900: pair of Double-Door Banks by A.C. Williams with remains of paint, 1905-20, 5 1/2"; City Bank with Crown by Thomas Swan with remains of paint, 1873, 5 1/2"; Cottage with Porch by Gray Iron, 3 1/2"; mechanical bank with dog on turntable, 5". 1,200 - 1,600
1287  STILL BANKS Five cast-iron banks, late 19th C.: Palace Bank by Ives, B. & W., 1885, missing steeple, 4 1/2"; State Bank by Kenton, with gilt, 5 1/2"; 1876 Bank, 3 3/8"; State Bank by Kenton, 6"; Villa Bank (1882 Church) by Kyser & Rex, 1882, 5 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1287A BEER STEINS Thirty-three assorted glass steins, mostly German, some colored, some etched, five ruby cut to clear, one in pƒte-sur-pƒte, lids in glass, pewter, or enameled, 19th and early 20th C. Some minor cracks to tops, some scratches to glass. Unmarked. 4 1/2" to 10 1/2" 1,500 - 2,500
1288  ENGINE MODEL MINIATURES Eleven American miniature models of engines, ten steam-operated, one electric, machined and with individual movable parts, painted green or red. Largest: 10" x 15 1/2" x 7". 1,000 - 1,500
1289  CAROUSEL HORSE Pre-World War II 'Country Fair' style from Asbury Park, hand-carved and partially machine-made, painted in the 'Park' style, probably mid-Western ca. 1930. Replaced tail and eyes, added 'gems', re-painted, mount missing the original coupling. On later stand. 54" x 55" x 11" including stand. 400 - 600
1290  LEADED GLASS WINDOWS Framed pair of windows with complementary fanlight. One light pane cracked. Windows: 63" x 21 1/4" x 1", fanlight: approx. 62 1/2" x 12". 400 - 600
1291  LEADED GLASS WINDOWS Two late-Victorian stained glass windows, the smaller depicting a falconer and mate, the larger with the Virgin Mary, a saint, and kneeling patron. Both in wooden frames. Larger: 52 1/2" x 41 1/2"; other: 23" sq. 1,500 - 2,000
1292  CHINESE CARVED HORNBILL Helmeted skull carved with cranes on a gnarled pine trunk, green stone inlaid eyes, 19th C. 4" x 7". 800 - 1,200
1293  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four carved hornbill bottles: one with attached chain and wood and bone display stand, damage to chain and stand reglued. 3 1/2" not including stand. 1,000 - 1,500
1294  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Three carved hornbill bottles, 19th - 20th C.: one flattened rectangular form carved with a writhing dragon on each side, 2 5/8". 800 - 1,200
1295  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five hornbill bottles, 19th-20th C.: one flattened rectangular shape carved with a figure on a horse-drawn chariot, obverse with horse and rider in landscape. Two with wooden stands. Tallest: 3 3/4" including stand. 1,000 - 1,500
1296  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Carved agate in flattened ovoid form with a scene of young man and elder underneath a pine tree; jadeite stopper. 2 5/8". 1,000 - 1,500
1297  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four bottles, 19th-20th C.: three of agate, two carved with Buddhistic lion mask handles, one plain flattened oval shape, one with chip on base; one in marble of flattened ovoid form with metal match-striker on base, matching stopper, 3 1/2". 800 - 1,200
1298  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Inkstone in flattened oval form with a metal collar and carnelian stopper, 19th C. 2 1/4" 800 - 1,200
1299  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five bottles of various materials, 19th-20th C.: one in gold-splashed brown glass of pebble form; one flat rectangular form, possibly amber, 2 5/8". Two missing stoppers. 600 - 800
1300  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five bottles of various materials, including jade, glass and soapstone; all with stoppers. Tallest: 2 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1301  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five plain jade bottles, one of double-gourd shape, 2 5/8". 1,000 - 1,500
1302  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four bottles, 19th C.: three of jade, one flattened baluster form with Buddhistic lion mask handles on shoulders, one flattened oval carved with cash designs, one green oval; other of uncertain material, pale, cream colored with russet inclusions, carved with prunus and obverse with flowers and butterfly. Tallest: 3 1/8". 1,000 - 1,500
1303  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Spade-shaped bottle of jade carved with quail and millet on one side, Buddhistic lion mask handles on shoulders; with stopper, 19th C. 2 3/8". 1,000 - 1,500
1304  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Two jade bottles, 19th C.: one flattened oval with Buddhistic lion mask handles on shoulders, pale white stone with green and russet inclusions, with stopper; other ovoid and engraved with flowering branch and lotus, chip to stopper, 2 1/2". 2,500 - 3,500
1305  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Two glass bottles: one ruby-red overlay bubble-suffused carved with fish and lotus, 2 1/2"; other ruby-red cut to clear carved on each side with a carp. 1,000 - 1,500
1306  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five jade or glass bottles, 19th-20th C.: one pebble form of carved jade decorated with a tied sash. Tallest: 3 1/8". 1,200 - 1,800
1307  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six bottles: two of cloisonn‚ with stoppers; one of tiger eye with leaping fish, glued on round base; one round with gilt filigree wire, turquoise and carnelian cabochons; one modern porcelain molded with fish design; large boulder of semi-precious stone on alabaster leaf, missing stopper, 2" x 4 1/2". 400 - 600
1308  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five lapis lazuli bottles, 20th C.: one carved with a floral bouquet and a duck, on wooden base with metal inlay, 3". 800 - 1,200
1309  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six bottles, all 19th C. except figural 20th C.: one ivory with well-carved continous design of figures and pavillions in landscape, matching stopper, on carved wooden base, 7" with base; one flattened bamboo root decorated with peaches, bone stopper, ivory rectangular signature tablet; two polychrome ivory figural bottles, one cracked; one carved ivory circular bottle, replaced stopper; one rounded form of carved horn, matching stopper. 1,200 - 1,800
1310  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six bottles: one double snuff bottle of carved white coral with applied salmon coral depicting a pheonix and dragon, one with turtle stopper, other with coral bead, 3"; one yellow glass with jade stopper; one marbleized glass; one small of green cut to opaque glass; one tiny rhomboid of rock crystal; one baluster shape laque burgaute. 800 - 1,200
1311  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Blanc-de-Chine bottle with chi dragons in high relief, 20th C.; coral and turquoise stopper. Together with wooden stand and wood display case. Small losses. Bottle: ht. 2 1/8", in case: ht. 5". 500 - 700
1312  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four semi-precious stone bottles: one malachite double-gourd carved with gourds on a vine in high relief, matching stopper; one intergrown lapis and malachite figural on carved ivory stand; one of carved turquoise with birds and branches in high relief, matching stopper and wooden stand, losses, 3 1/4"; one of lapis lazuli carved with a leaping carp and lotus, matching stopper. 800 - 1,200
1313  CHINESE ROCK CRYSTAL Five bottles: one carved cylindrical form with three stylized mask handles, carved wooden base, missing top, 6 1/2"; flat baluster shape with ring handles, mouth opening damaged and reglued; flat baluster shape carved with a pheonix and bamboo; flat rectangular snuff bottle with carved bat and cloud design, jadeite stopper; aubergine snuff bottle, coral stopper. 1,200 - 1,800
1314  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Four-sided porcelain bottle with yellow enamel on biscuit, four panels with famille rose enamels, jadeite stopper. Marked on base with underglaze blue four character Jiaqing mark. 2 3/4". 600 - 900
1315  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Twenty-two porcelain bottles, including two commemorating Richard Nixon's meeting with Mao Zedong, 1972, and a small double-gourd export with monograms. Tallest: 2 3/4". 500 - 800
1316  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE Precious gemstone bottle of carved ruby decorated with fruit and foliage, with emerald stopper, 19th C. 2 3/4". 600 - 900
1317  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six blue and white porcelain bottles. One bears six-character Yong Zheng mark, two have six-character Qian Long mark, one with four-character seal mark of Qian Long. Tallest: 3 1/4". 600 - 900
1318  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Seven blue and white porcelain bottles. Repair to flat ovoid with floral decoration. Tallest has six-character Yong Zheng mark, another has six-character Quinlong mark. Tallest: 3 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1319  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Five glass bottles: one flattened ovoid with carved archaic style decoration, lion masks with rings on shoulders, 3 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1320  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Eight porcelain bottles: one flattened rectangular shape painted in famille rose enamels, jadeite stopper, base with red overglaze inscription Wan Yu, 2 3/8". Tallest: 3 1/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1321  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four opal bottles: three carved opal and one of opal mosaic. Tallest: 3 3/8". 800 - 1,200
1322  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six molded porcelain bottles: one with Buddhistic precious objects, chipping on mouth opening and base, four character seal mark, 3 1/4". 800 - 1,200
1323  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Seven internally painted glass bottles, including one commemorating the 10th anniversary of the first International Snuff Bottle Society, Peking 1979. Cracks to one. Some signed. Tallest: 3". 800 - 1,200
1324  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Four hard or semi-precious stone bottles: one of agate carved with a fish and lotus, 2 3/4"; others of amethyst or carved geode. 1,000 - 1,500
1325  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Seven internally painted glass bottles, including a double bottle. Two missing stoppers, one also missing spoon. Some signed. Tallest: 3". 800 - 1,200
1326  CHINESE WOODEN STANDS Grouping of wooden display stands. 200 - 300
1327  SNUFF BOTTLE ACCESSORIES Stoppers, spoons, corks and stands. 200 - 300
1328  CHINESE JADE Four carved belt hooks: two largest carved with chi dragons in openwork and high relief, one drilled at back of dragon's head and pommel, 5 1/4" x 1", 4 3/4" x 1"; two smaller, one of dark green, both 3 1/2". 19th C. 1,500 - 2,000
1329  CHINESE CARVED IVORY, JADE AND LAPIS LAZULI Carved ivory and jade scholar's item with two scholars, one holding a ruyi sceptre, among goats and mountains in the background, mottled gray stone on a carved and stained ivory base with peaches on a branch, 18th - 19th C., small losses to base, 3 1/4" x 5" x 2 1/4"; carved lapis lazuli bud vase styled as a bamboo trunk with a bee perched on the rim and a pheonix at the foot, 19th C., mounted on a sterling silver base marked Black Starr & Frost, 4 3/4" x 3" at base. 1,500 - 2,000
1330  CHINESE HARDSTONE Pair of carved dragon boats with two tiered pavillions on their backs, 20th C. One on carved wooden base. Losses. 39" x 34". 1,000 - 1,500
1331  CHINESE EXPORT IVORY Well-carved ivory letter holder with openwork design with dragons, bats, and scholars in garden settings, 18th-19th C. Two columns of birds bearing garlands from their beaks flanking the three letter pockets, pockets deeply carved with an ajour lattice background and a roundel with a peacock at top center. Two small cracks at top. 14 1/2" x 11". Fitted in a shadow box, 11 1/4" x 16". 3,000 - 5,000
1332  CHINESE PORCELAIN Pair of large vases painted in famille rose enamels with four chi dragons on the shoulder and gilt Fu dog handles, mounted as lamps, ca. 1840. One with a 10" dia. circular hairline with some losses to porcelain, large chip on edge of rim, other with chip on chi dragon and wear to gilding. Ht. 24", 39" with fittings. 800 - 1,200
1333  CHINESE IVORY Large carved figure of Guanyin holding a basket of flowers and a branch in her right, crowned with a Buddha figure, ca. 1900. Carved from a single tusk, applied crown. Several integral cracks. On later carved wooden base, damage. 51" x 6", base: 4 3/4". 1,500 - 2,500
1334  CHINESE CERAMICS Three large and bulbous vases with covers, 19th-20th C.: fahua pottery brightly painted with raised outlines, green glaze interior, unglazed base, few minor chips, carved wooden lid with pierced decoration, 16 3/4" x 12" dia; pair of porcelain jars, sancai decoration of a continuous scene of animals and cloud collar border, one lid restored, 17" x 9" dia. 1,200 - 1,800
1335  CHINESE PORCELAIN Six items, 19th-20th C.: rectangular covered bowl, famille rose enamels and iron-red dragons among clouds chasing flaming pearls, lid with elephant finial, missing small piece from back, six character Qianlong mark in overglaze iron-red on base, 6 1/2" x 8" x 5 1/2"; pair of rose medallion double gourd vases, one with small firing crack on neck and wear to gilding, 7" x 3" dia.; pair of elephant candlesticks standing on rectangular bases painted in famille rose enamels, 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" x 1 3/4"; Buddhistic lion candlestick, painted in famille rose enamels, wear to gilding and decoration, 4 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 4". 1,200 - 1,800
1336  CHINESE PORCELAIN Molded porcelain vase imitating bronze, molded in high-relief with immortals and dragon among clouds, 19th C., wear to gilding, impressed six character mark on base, 8 1/2" x 3" x 4 1/4"; longquan celadon glaze chueh with tripod feet, Ming dynasty, 5 1/4" x 5 1/8" x 2 1/4"; Yixing lobed tea pot, 19th C., chips on inside flange of lid, 6" x 5" x 8" with spout and handle; red flamb‚ baluster form vase, 18th-19th C., hairline on base and chip on footring, 6" x 3 1/4" dia.; red flamb‚ pear-form vase, 18th-19th C., ground down neck, 5 3/4" x 3 1/2" dia.; two eggshell porcelain vases with incised decoration and pale blue glaze, 20th C., incised mark on base, 7 3/4" x 3" dia., with silk and cardboad stands. 1,000 - 1,500
1337  CHINESE LACQUER Twelve-panel carved coromandel screen, one side with landscapes, pavillions and people, other with garden landscape, early 20th C. 9' (107 1/2") x 19 1/4' (231"). 10,000 - 12,000
1338  LAOTIAN Cylindrical form rain drum with banded design and four raised handles. Head centers a twelve-point star. 10" x 18 1/4". 800 - 1,200
1339  CHINESE HARDWOOD Carved stand with marble insert, 19th C. Scratches to marble. 22 1/2" x 22 1/2". 600 - 800
1340  KOREAN Chest on stand with brass fittings and recessed top, ca. 1900. 56 3/4" x 42 1/2" x 19" 600 - 900
1341  CHINESE Hongmu wood Kang table with ball and claw feet, 19th C. Shrinkage to top appropriate to age. 10" x 30" x 16 1/4" 800 - 1,000
1342  KOREAN Chest on stand with brass fittings and recessed top, 19th C. Top later braced to base. 38 1/2" x 38 1/4" x 18" 600 - 900
1343  CHINESE SCROLLS Two scrolls, each painted with a bird on a branch, 20th C., one by Fang Zhongxie (or possibley Mei). Both signed and sealed. 83" x 19" and 24" x 44". 1,000 - 1,500
1344  CHINESE SCROLLS Two scrolls, 20th C. : one by Ting Baoshu depicting two birds and a dragonfly over flowering lotus, missing two endpieces, signed and sealed, 96" x 27"; other laid down and painted with a crane, staining and old tears, 72 1/2" x 22 3/4". 1,000 - 1,500
1345  DIANA KAN (Chinese, b. 1926) Untitled (Fall Foliage), watercolor, framed. Signed in English and Chinese characters and sealed on image. 23 1/2" x 17 1/4" sight. 500 - 700
1346  JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Hiroshi Yoshida, 'Fuji San from Yamanaka,' two pinholes, signed in pencil on lower margin, signed and sealed on image, jizuri seal on left margin, 15 3/4" x 10 3/4". Together with two prints by Kunikoshi, paper toned, slight creases, one with small loss of paper. Both: with backing paper and kiri seals, approx. 14 1/2" x 10". 1,200 - 1,800
1347  JAPANESE WOODBLOOCK PRINTS Three by Hasui Kawase: "Moon at Magome," "Snow at Shiba Park," and "Spring Evening at Kinkai Bridge," all signed and sealed on image. One by Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei): Untitled (View of Mt. Fugi), signed and sealed on image LL, notations on right margin. One by Shiro Kasamatsu: "Misty Evening at Shinobazu Pond," red seal on LL. One by Natori Shunsen: "Portrait of Actor" on mica ground and gauffrage detail, signed and sealed on image. Modern copy of Suzuki Harunobu. All 20th C., all oban size (15" x 10"). 1,000 - 2,000
1348  PAUL JACOULET (French-born Japanese, 1896-1960) Two woodblock prints: 'Vendeur de Masques (Chinois),' two pinholes, signed and sealed with butterfly on image JP and Japanese character watermark; 'Le Mandarin Aux Lunettes, Manchoukuo,' gauffrage detail with mica highlights, signed and sealed on image with Mandarin duck seal with JP and Japanese character watermark. Both paper toned. Approx. 18 3/4" x 14" 800 - 1,200
1349  PAUL JACOULET (French-born Japanese, 1896-1960) Two woodblock prints: 'Vieil Aino,' with gauffrage detail; 'Vieille Aino.' Both with mica ground, paper slightly toned, signed and sealed with vase on image with JP and Japanese character watermark. Approx. 18 3/4" x 14 1/4" 1,200 - 1,800
1350  JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Five prints: two by Haku Maki, "Work 74/-3," 26/200; "Work 74-72," 45/204, both pencil-signed on lower margin, 8 1/4" x 8 1/2" sight; Iwaya "Lune et Fleurs," 33/90, 7 1/2" x 6 1/2" sight; Dautigny untitled, 1981, 12/17, signed and dated, 6 1/2" x 8 1/2"; Lebadang untitled, 198/275, signed, 10" sq. sight. 600 - 900
1351  JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Three floral composition prints by Torm: 4/100, 20 3/4" x 15" sight; other marked A/P, sealed TORM, 21" x 15" sight; last 29/100, 13" x 16 1/4" sight. All signed TORM. 400 - 600
1352  JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS "Landscape" by Manabu Onogi, 10/12, signed, 21" x 17" sight; Wako Shuji (b. 1953) with Japanese title, 10/45, signed in pencil, 20" x 16 1/8" sight. 600 - 900
1353  HACHIRO NAKAGAWA (Japanese, 1877-1922) Untitled watercolor (Village by the Sea), signed lower left H. NAKAGAWA, 14 1/2" x 10 1/4" sight. Together with two Tokuriki Tomikichiro woodblock prints: both 9 1/4" x 10 1/2" sight. 1,000 - 1,500
1354  JAPANESE PORCELAIN Large vase profusely decorated with two Buddhistic lions in high relief amongst flowering peonies, on a diaper ground with spider webs, eagle flying above them on the shoulder, ca. 1860-70. 37 1/2" x 24" dia. 6,000 - 8,000
1355  JAPANESE PORCELAIN Large blue and white vase painted with Buddhistic lions (karashishi) and peonies, on a diaper ground, Meiji period. Signed on base Hizen Arita. 35 1/2" x 16" 1,200 - 1,800
1355A JAPANESE SATSUMA Large vase moriage-decorated with samurai in landscape, early 20th C. Two winged sculptural dragons on the shoulder, each holding a ring with a tasseled "ribbon", losses. With matching base. Old repairs at foot of neck, wear to decoration and guilding. 60" x 21" dia. 1,500 - 2,000
1355B JAPANESE Mix metal slender oval vase with two cranes flying above grasses and flowers, Meiji period. Paint scuff on shoulder, slight scratches to petina. Signed on base. 7 1/2" x 2 3/4" dia. 800 - 1,200
1356  KAWAMOTO MASUKICHI (Japanese) Near pair of vases painted with carp and turbulent waves, Meiji period. Both with minor firing flaws, taller with chip on rim and another on footring, shorter with small firing crack on footring. Signed on rectangular tablet on base "Seto Kawamoto Masukichi". Tallest: 22" x 10" dia. 2,500 - 3,500
1357  KINKOZAN (Japanese) Ovoid ceramic vase with moriage decoration of two dragons with stylized wave pattern and cloud designs, Mieji period. Signed on base in double gourd reserve "Dai Nippon Kinkozan Tsukuru." 15 3/4" 2,000 - 3,000
1358  JAPANESE BRONZE Pair of monumental Buddhistic lions, 19th-20th C. Wearing fierce expressions, one stands foursquare, poised diagonally, its hind legs projecting his tail upwards. The other rests on an openwork ball with peony decoration, its front paw raised. Verdigris patina and eyes inlaid with gilt metal. Both with several small repairs, cracking to metal. Extensive inscription on bellies. 58 1/2" x 59" x 18", 47" x 66" x 18". 15,000 - 20,000
1359  JAPANESE IVORY Carved and stained okimono of Jurojin, one of the seven gods of good fortune, with turtle and walking stick, Meiji period. Signed on base. 3 1/4" x 3 1/4" 800 - 1,200
1360  JAPANESE BRONZE Censer with two sculptural dragon handles, elephant finial and three elephant feet, Meiji period. On carved wooden base. Marked on base with rectangular tablet. 10 1/2" x 6" x 8 3/4" with handles. 700 - 1,000
1361  JAPANESE IVORY Well-carved in openwork, two dragons amongst turbulent waves, lid integrated with decoration, Meiji period. On oval wooden base. Two small cracks, glue repair to base. Ivory signed on small tablet. 11" 1,000 - 1,500
1362  JAPANESE BRONZE Okimono of a young boy, his arms raised, wrestling rabbit and monkey at his feet, gilt detail, on rectangular base with intricate detail, Meiji period. 7 1/2" x 4 1/4" 800 - 1,200
1363  JAPANESE BRONZE Pair of mixed-metal four-sided vases with contrasting panels of phoenix and dragon, Buddhistic lion and baku, monkeys and birds, Meiji period. A band of waves and sea spray around the bottom of panels, shoulders and necks of inlaid iron and silver rims around the bases. Wear and small losses to inlay around mouth opening of both. Marked on base KYOTO and KYOTO JU MIYABE ATSUYOSHI. 8" x 2 3/8" sq. 6,000 - 8,000
1364  JAPANESE BRONZE Figure of a cockerel, finely detailed and naturalistically modeled, Meiji period. Feet loosened, one reglued. Signed. 10 1/2" 2,000 - 3,000
1365  JAPANESE SATSUMA Figure of Hotei seated holding a fan in his right hand with his bag of treasures resting on his left, Meiji period. Signed on back, marked GREAT JAPAN SATSUMA. Ht. 4 1/8" 800 - 1,200
1366  JAPANESE IVORY Carved okimono of an artisan painting a mask of Hannya, Meiji period. Signed with oval tablet. 2 3/4" x 3 1/2" 700 - 1,000
1367  JAPANESE IVORY Three carved okimono, Meiji period: box and cover shaped as a large bale with Daikoku sitting on top of lid and surrounded by mice, lid has been glued in place, two mice missing, 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 3 1/4"; two skeletons with snakes and a woman holding a sake bottle, 2 1/2" x 2"; skeleton and two frogs, chip to plantain leaf over skull's head, 4 1/2" x 1 1/2". 1,200 - 1,800
1368  JAPANESE IVORY Three carved okimono: one carved as a netsuke with himotochi on base, with children around a processional lion, restoration to lantern handle, 1 1/2" x 2"; one with Bumbuku, the badger-kettle, restoration to ladle handle, missing finger, 1 3/4" x 2 1/2"; and one with two standing figures, one carrying a basket, the other with a branch of fruit, slight loss to implement, signed, 2 1/2" x 1 3/4". 800 - 1,200
1369  JAPANESE IVORY Carved okimono of sheafed reeds encasing fish and various shellfish with three rats crawling on top, four shells as feet, Meiji period. Some staining, some losses, integral hairlines. 3 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 4". 2,000 - 3,000
1370  JAPANESE IVORY Stained and painted carved okimono of a bearded sage holding a scroll, a staff with attatched double gourd and string, an inro emerging from his cloak on his back, 19th - 20th C. Several integral hairlines, wear to painted detail. Signed on red tablet on base. 15 1/2" x 4 1/2" x 5" 1,200 - 1,800
1371  JAPANESE IVORY Stained and painted carved okimono of a bearded sage holding a staff, from which hang two scrolls and a fan, 19th-20th C. His robe is decorated with paulownia blossoms and diaper patterns. Integral hairline on left shoulder, head and staff, wear to painting and gilding. Signed on the base on red tablet. 15 3/4" x 4" x 4 3/4" 1,200 - 1,800
1372  JAPANESE BRONZE Basket-weave censer on four feet, strap handles, carved and pierced wooden cover with a white jade finial carved with two children, 19th C. Finial glued on cover, jade pierced between childrens' heads and emerging at the back. 9" x 12" x 14 3/4" with handles. 500 - 700
1373  JAPANESE BRONZE Three-part incense burner with sculptural dragon tripod feet and an eagle finial, Meiji period. Missing one applied pendant, feet loose. Signed. 24 1/2" x 12" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1374  JAPANESE IVORY Two carved okimono, Meiji period: stained, finely-carved ivory caparisoned elephant with figures loading bales of rice on its back, signed on bale, base with himotoshi, 2" x 2 1/4" x 1 3/4"; octopus cradled in a basket, one eye missing, 1 3/4" x 2 1/4" x 1 1/2". Together with a carved ivory stand with lotus leaves, 3/4" x 1 1/2". 800 - 1,200
1375  JAPANESE IVORY Three carved okimonos, Meiji period: rooster with hen and chicks, eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, one talon missing from rooster's and chick's foot, signed on base, 3" x 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"; chick emerging from broken egg, eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, signed on base, 2" x 4" x 2"; smaller similar to previous, one eye missing pupil, unsigned, 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/4". 800 - 1,200
1376  JAPANESE IVORY Carved rectangular plaque with Kwannon riding on a dragon, eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, on footed silver filigree frame. Oval signature tablet missing from verso. 8 5/8" x 6 5/8". 1,200 - 1,800
1377  CHINESE AND JAPANESE IVORY Chinese export bris‚ fan, guard sticks carved in low relief with a metal handle, sticks with fine lattice work, ca. 1820, four small holes, traces of glue on back of one guard stick, slight staining of ivory, 10" high; Chinese carved armrest with animals amongst mountains, 19th C., 10 1/4" x 2 3/4"; Chinese page turner, handle with low relief vignette of animals and birds, obverse with Buddhist swastika pattern, 16" x 1 3/4"; Japanese page turner finely carved with monkeys and birds, stained detail, Meiji period, signed with sealed signature, 18" x 1 3/4" 1,500 - 2,000
1378  CHINESE AND JAPANESE PRINTS Eleven illustrated stab bound albums, some with laid-down prints by Shunsho Katsukawa, Hokusai, Utamaro and various other artists. One book with the signature of Arthur W. Dow and possibly from his private collection. Together with a folding board, possibly for a game. Largest: 14 1/2" x 9 3/4". 600 - 800
1379  JAPANESE PORCELAIN Bowl and matching plate with pie-crust rims, painted with vignettes depicting samurai, geisha, phoenix, and peonies, Meiji period, 19th C. Old repairs to bowl, chip on rim of plate, both with small hairlines. Marked on base. Bowl: 8" x 17", plate: 18 1/2". 500 - 700
1380  JAPANESE PORCELAIN Pair of bowls painted in overglaze enamels with European figures and with underglaze blue designs on interior, 18th C. One with small chip on footring. Four character mark on base. 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" dia. 800 - 1,200
1381  JAPANESE BRONZE Okimono of a tiger striding pose and snarling fiercely, standing on wood base, Meiji period, 19th C. Signature tablet on underside. 12" x 20" with base 700 - 1,000
1382  JAPANESE BRONZE Figure of a man holding a saw, a pouch with Manju Netsuke around his waist, on a carved wooden base, Meiji period. Peppered with white paint spots. Signature on the pouch. 12 3/4" x 16 1/2" x 6". 1,200 - 1,800
1383  JAPANESE IVORY Private shrine with a pair of double-hinged doors opening to reveal Kwannon holding a dragon and a bottle, flanked by Ni-o guardians, each with an oni beneath them, Meiji period. Topped by a pearl finial with opening revealing a small figure of Buddha. Cracking to panels, small losses. On later base. 21 1/4" x 10" x 7 1/2" 1,000 - 1,500
1384  SILVER AND JADE Covered cup with case, chased and applied decoration with turquoise and carnelian, possibly Tibet or China, 20th C. One foot with dents, slightly bent. Unmarked. 7" x 4" x 5 3/4" 800 - 1,000
1385  CHINESE EXPORT SILVER Tea set, 19th - 20th C.: teapot, sugar bowl and creamer with repouss‚ figural and floral panels flanked by panels with Chinese characters, handles styled as flowering branches, double walled bases with openwork cash design. Marked on footring WS (Woshing) and Chinese ideogram. 38 ozs. troy, tallest 5 3/4" 800 - 1,200
1386  CHINESE EXPORT SILVER Oval teapot, six panels divided by bamboo form ribs, repouss‚ and finely chased fish, bamboo, prunus, dragons and figural decoration with a dragon handle and finial, 19th - 20th C., base with small dent, marked on base CS (Cumshing) and ideograph, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"; standing cup with bamboo trunk stem, engraved birds and foliage, marked on footring WANG HING 90 and ideograph, 8". TW 25 ozs. troy. 800 - 1,000
1387  JAPANESE SILVER Flask decorated in high relief repouss‚ with a dragon in turbulent waves, screw-on lid with articulated arm, Meiji peroid. Signed on base, Japanese pure silver mark. 6" x 3 1/2" x 2" 1,500 - 2,500
1388  JAPANESE KONOIKE SILVER Four-piece tea set decorated in repouss‚ with chrysanthemums on a stippled ground, dragon handles and chrysanthemum finials, waste bowl and creamer both lined. Liner and base of creamer with uneven surface, shows signs of restoration. All pieces marked in Japanese Konoike, pure silver and Arabic numbers No2383. 67 1/2 ozs. troy TW, tallest: 5 3/4". 1,500 - 2,500
1389  JAPANESE SILVER Teapot with gilt characters, lid attatched by chain with locking mechanism on handle and hinged lid on spout, 20th C., Japanese pure silver and makers marks on base, 5" x 5 1/2" x 7 1/2", 9" open; hand-hammered bowl with small hinged apperture on domed lid and cone and ball finial, 20th C., signed on base, 4" x 6 1/2" dia.; presentation box fashioned as a miniature kimono chest, loose top engraved with mons, 20th C., marked on base with Japanese silver mark, 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1 3/4"; miniture hibatchi with faux-wood engraved detail and fitted drawers and interior, hinged lid compartment missing pin, marked on base Musashiya Yokohama, 1 3/4" x 3" x 1 3/4"; small collection of miniature implements, comprising a mizusashi, two teapots, bowl, fork, vase and tray, 19th - 20th, tallest 1 1/2". 1,000 - 1,500
1390  JAPANESE MIXED METAL Large covered vase with elephant head handles, Meiji period. Small scratches and slight wear to patina and oxidation to silver inlay. Unsigned. 25" x 13 1/2" 8,000 - 12,000
1391  JAPANESE NETSUKE Two carved and stained ivory figures of wolves, 19th C, possibly earlier: one of marine ivory with severed head, other with a crab; both with inlaid eyes. Largest: 1 7/8" x 2 1/8" 800 - 1,200
1392  JAPANESE NETSUKE Three carved ivory netsuke, 19th - 20th C.: turtle with three young on its carapace; scholar and attendant holding a double-gourd sake bottle; man carrying a bundle on his back with stained detail. Tallest: 1 1/2". 500 - 700
1393  JAPANESE NETSUKE Carved wood figure of a man sitting on a pedestal holding a basket of grain with inlaid ivory flowers on the front, 19th C. Possibly missing animated mouse from square hole. Inlaid ivory signature tablet and part of himotoshi. 1 3/8" x 1 1/2". 500 - 700
1394  JAPANESE NETSUKE Four carved and stained ivory and wood netsuke, 19th - 20th C.: wooden sambaso dancer with ivory feet, head and animated tongue; monk sitting on a bell; Komuso standing by a post and playing a flute; other with animated central figure emerging from a pole. Latter three signed. Tallest: 2". 500 - 700
1395  JAPANESE NETSUKE Three ivory netsuke, 19th-20th C.: one stained of man holding a ladle seated beside a large jar; fisherwoman with an octopus coiled around her legs and holding a rope, stained detail; man standing in a tub and holding a long pole. All signed. Tallest: 2" 500 - 700
1396  JAPANESE NETSUKE Three carved and stained ivory netsuke, 20th C.: man on bench, samurai, woman washing clothes in a pail. All signed. Tallest: 2". 400 - 600
1397  JAPANESE NETSUKE Bairyu Tokoku (1846-1913) well-carved wood, ivory and horn netsuke of a recumbent ox with child playing the flute, 19th C. Horns made of carved horn, as are possibly its eyes; child's body parts and sash in ivory. Signed on silver square tablet on base. 3/4" x 1 3/4". 6,000 - 8,000
1398  JAPANESE NETSUKE Carved and stained ivory tiger, natural himotoshi formed by joined paws, 19th C., integral crack on the neck, signed Tozan or Higashi Yama; carved boxwood masks, Meiji period; ivory lion dancer with mask and drum, 19th C., two chips to garment. Tallest: 1 1/4" 800 - 1,200
1399  JAPANESE OJIME BEADS Mixed metal ojime, some with silver signature tablets, strung together as a necklace. Together with two ivory and one bone ojime. 19th C. 500 - 700
1400  JAPANESE NETSUKE Mahogany netsuke by Kansui, of a mythical man/fish, ca. 1985. Signed Kansui in ebony reserve. Length: 2 1/4". 1,000 - 1,200
1401  JAPANESE NETSUKE Clive Hallam (British) Ryusa-style netsuke of a pierced mobius strip carved from a single piece of stag antler, ca. 1995. Signed. In clear lucite case. 2" dia. 1,000 - 1,500
1402  JAPANESE NETUSKE Elaborately carved boxwood netsuke of a Chinese general, inlay of gold and horn, ca. 2000. Signed Seiho. 2 1/2" 2,500 - 3,000
1403  JAPANESE NETSUKE Semi-abstract netsuke by Bishu of a pair of swans, ca. 1980. Signed Bishu. 1 1/4" x 2" 1,500 - 2,000
1404  JAPANESE NETSUKE Ryusa-style nestuke by Shingetsu of swimming goldfish with matching ojime, ivory with double inlaid amber eyes, silver and gold laquer, ca. 1980. Netsuke: 2" x 1 1/2". 1,500 - 2,000
1404A JAPANESE NETSUKE Sashi-style netsuke by Hideyuki depicting the shochikubai (pine, bamboo and plum), ca. 1990. Ivory inlaid with 18k gold and small precious stones. Signed Hideyuki in 18k gold reserve inscribed 'Kosei'. Length: 4 1/2" 1,500 - 2,000
1405  JAPANESE NETSUKE Ivory nestuke by Kenji of two frolicking pups with amber inlaid eyes, ca. 1980. Tiny age cracks to ivory. Signed Kenji. 1 3/8". 800 - 1,200
1406  JAPANESE NETSUKE AND OJIME Unstained boxwood netsuke by Guy Shaw, of a Madonna and Child in the form of two Baku with amber inlaid eyes, ca. 1980. Together with three ojime: one 19th C. silver of Fukuruju in incised design, ca. 1850; one by W.C. Shotts of ironwood of a carved water chestnut, ca. 1990; one by Saratani lacquered in wave pattern, ca. 1990. All signed. Netsuke: 2 1/2". 1,000 - 1,200
1407  NETSUKE AND CARVINGS Group of twelve ivory and bone netsuke, including graduated set of five hannya masks and a carving of a man riding a dragon. Largest: 3". 200 - 300
1408  JAPANESE NETSUKE Three carved ivory and bone netsuke, 19th - 20th C.: stained puppy with inlaid eyes, worn details; bone recumbent water buffalo; young boy playing with dog sitting on bag. Largest: 1 1/4" x 2 1/2". 700 - 1,000
1409  NETSUKE AND CARVINGS Ten ivory and bone netsuke or carvings, 20th C., including: Ashinaga and Tenaga, oneman sitting atop the other's shoulders and holding a fish in his long arms. Tallest 2 5/8". 200 - 300
1410  NETSUKE AND CARVINGS Nine ivory and bone netsuke carvings, 20th C., including one of a Samuri clutching an inro on his back. Tallest: 2". 200 - 300
1411  JAPANESE NETSUKE Five ivory and wood netsuke: winged figure emerging from an egg, several age cracks, signed; wooden kneeling monk; three smaller ones, signed. Largest: 1 5/8" x 1 1/2". 400 - 600
1412  NETSUKE AND CARVINGS Ten ivory and bone netsuke/carvings, 20th C., including a geisha with exposed breasts, stained detail, signed on base, 1 1/2". Length of takarabune: 2 3/4". 200 - 300
1413  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS Netuske: The Japanese Art of Miniature Carving, M. Welch and S. Chappell; Contemporary Netsuke, Miriam Kinsey; two copies of Netsuke: Modern Masterpieces, Masayoshi Yamada, both in cardboard slipcases; two copies of Living Masters of Netsuke, Miriam Kinsey, both in cardboard slipcases; The Art of Nestuke Carving, Masatoshi as told to Raymond Bushell. Together with Ojime: Magical Jewels of Japan, Robert O. Kinsey. 700 - 1,000
1414  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The Art of Netsuke Carving, by Masatoshi as told to Raymond Bushell, first edition, 1981, in hardboard slipcase; Masterpieces of Netsuke Art, by Bernard Hurtig, first edition, 1973, in harboard slipcase; Living Masters of Netsuke, Miriam Kinsey; Ojime: Magical Jewels of Japan, Robert Kinsey; The Wonderful World of Netsuke, Raymond Bushell; Netsuke, Mikimoto; The Art of the Netsuke Carver; Frederick Meinertzhagen; Fables in Netsuke: Japanese Netsuke and Their Legends, Adrienne Barbanson; The Netsuke of Japan, Egerton Ryerson. 400 - 600
1415  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOK The Signature Book of Netsuke, Inro and Ojime Artists in Photographs, by George Lazarnick. Reed Publishers, 1976. Numbered 201 of first 500 printed. Signed by author. In plastic dust jacket. Near mint condition. 200 - 300
1416  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The Netsuke Handbook of Ueda Reikichi, adapted from Japanese by Raymond Bushell, Charles E. Tuttle Company, first printing, 1961, with dust jacket (minor wear) and in carboard slipcover; Collectors' Netsuke, Raymond Bushell, Walker/Weatherhill, first printing, 1971, signed by the author, with plastic dustjacket and hardboard slipcover (wear); Netsuke, The Miniature Sculpture of Japan, Richard Barker and Lawrence Smith, published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications Ltd., 1983, with dustjacket; Netsuke, Familiar and Unfamiliar: New Principles for Collecting, Raymond Bushell, Weatherhill, first edition, 1975, with dustjacket; Japanese Netsuke: Serious Art, Sydney L. Moss Ltd., Communication Art Design & Printing Ltd., 1990. 200 - 300
1417  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The GO Collection of Netsuke: Tokyo National Museum, Hirakoazu Arakawa, Kodansha International Ltd., first edition 1983; Real and Imaginary Beings: the Netsuke Collection of Joseph and Edith Kurstin, Barbra Teri Okada and Mary Gardner Neill, Yale University Art Gallery, 1980. Both in hardboard slipcases and in near perfect condition. 200 - 300
1418  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The GO Collection of Netsuke: Tokyo National Museum, first edition, 1983, in hardboard slipcase; Eccentrics in Netsuke, Sydney L. Moss Ltd.; Outside the Box, Sydney L. Moss Ltd.; Netsuke, Neil K. Davey, 1974. 200 - 300
1419  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS Netsuke: A Guide for Collectors, Mary Louise O'Brien; Netsuke Masks, Raymond Bushell; The Gould Collection of Netsuke, Irving Gould; Zodiac Beasts and Distant Cousins: Japanese Netsuke for Connoisseurs, Paul Moss, Sydney L. Moss Ltd.; The Gould Collection of Netsuke: Miniature Sculptures from Japan, Hugh Wylie; Netsuke, Albert Brockhous; Netsuke, Peabody Museum of Salem, L.A. Edwards and M.M. Krebs, 1980; Netsuke: Familiar & Unfamiliar, Raymond Bushell; Netsuke: Japanese Life and Legend in Miniature, Edwin C. Symmes. 400 - 600
1420  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS Netsuke & Sagemono, Alain Ducros; Ojime: Magical Jewels of Japan, Kinsey; Il Netsuke: Un' Arte Giapponese, G.U. Lanfranchi, Italian text; Fables in Ivory: Japanese Netsuke and Their Legends, Adrienne Barbanson; Netsuke, Madeline R. Tollner, Second Edition; The Meinertzhagen Card Index on Netsuke in the Archives of the British Museum, Part B, N-Z, Frederick Meinertzhagen, George Laarnick Ed.; Netsuke: A Comprehensive Study Based On The MT Hindson Collection, Neil K. Davey; Tomatado and Okatomo: A Course in Their Similarities and Differences, slide presentation, Bernard Hurtig; Netsuke Subjects, Kark M. Schwartz. Together with journals, three of The International Netsuke Collector's Society, one of Netsuke Kenkyukai. 200 - 300
1421  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The Baur Collection: Netsuke, Marie-Th‚rŠse Coullery and Martin S. Newstead. Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1977, 1187/1500. In dust jacket and carboard slipcase. 300 - 500
1422  JAPANESE ART BOOK The Baur Collection: Japanese Sword-Fittings, B.W. Robinson, Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1980, 1226/1500. 11 1/2" x 9 1/2". 200 - 300
1423  ASIAN ART BOOKS Three books from The Baur Collection: Japanese Lacquer, Pierre-F. Schneeberger, 1984, 1249/1500; Japanese Ceramics, John Ayers, 1982, 537/1500; Chinese Jades, Pierre-F. Schneeberger, 1976, 591/1500. All Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. All with dust jackets in carboard slipcases. 300 - 500
1424  JAPANESE ART BOOKS L'Art Japonais, Louis Gonse, French text; The Ceramic Art of Japan: A Handbook for Collectors, Hugo Munsterberg; Traditional Japanese Furniture, Kazuko Kaizumi; Japanese Ceramics, Roy Andrew Miller; Porcelain for Palaces: The Fashion for Japan in Europe, 1650-1750, Oriental Ceramic Society; The Grammar of Japanese Ornament, The Library of Design, G. Audsley and T. Cutler; Selections from Art Treasures of the Tokyo National Museum, 1965; Decorative Motifs of Oriental Art, Katherine M. Ball; Legend in Japanese Art, Henri L. Joly; The Heritage of Japanese Ceramics, Fujio Koyama; The Later Works of The Costume of No Play in Japan, Iwao Kongow, 1935, traditionally bound. 200 - 300
1425  JAPANESE PRINTS ART BOOKS Glimpses of Old Japan from Japanese Colour Prints, C.G. Holme, The Studio Publications, ca. 1920s, three volumes: Landscape, The Geisha and Figure, one with damage to binding, wear; Hiroshige: One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, George Braziller, Inc.; The Japanese Print: An Interpretation by Frank Lloyd Wright, Horizon Press; Chats on Japanese Prints, Arthur Davidson Ficke, 1917; Hotei: Japanese Prints, Chris Uhlenbeck, vols. 15 and 17; Eight Hundred Years of Japanese Printmaking, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute; Hiroshige, Yone Noguchi, 1940, traditionally bound in hardboard case; A Treasury of Japanese Woodblock Prints Ukiyo-e, Sadao Kikuchi, Crown Publishers Inc., New York 1963 (50); Masterpieces of the Japanese Color Woodcut, Willy Boller, Boston Book and Art Shop, Boston copyright 1957 (50-100); The Prints of Japan, Frank A. Turk, October House Inc., New York 1966. 200 - 300
1426  JAPANESE ART BOOKS Ko-Ji Ho-Ten by V.-F. Weber. Hacker Art Books. French text, two volumes. 200 - 300
1427  JAPANESE ART BOOKS A Pictoral Encyclopedia of The Oriental Arts: Japan, Kadokawa Shoten ed., four volumes in cardboard slipcase; Porcelain for Palaces: The Fashion of Japan in Europe, 1650-1750, Oriental Ceramic Society; traditionally-bound Japanese book on scrolls; Illustrated Catalogues of Tokyo National Museum: Japanese Mirrors, 1969; A History of Glass in Japan, Dorothy Blair; Art Treasures from Japan, exhibition 1965-66; Arts D'Extrˆme - Orient Et Japon Ancien, Galerie Japon Ancien, Alain Tamenne, French text; Treasures of The Shosoin, Shosoin Office, Imperial Housing Agency; Fans of Imperial Japan, Neville John Irons. 200 - 300
1428  CHINESE ART BOOKS Four volumes from The Baur Collection: Chinese Ceramics, John Ayers. Vol.1, T'ang and Sung, 356/1000; Vol.2, Ming, 314/1000; Vol. 3, Ch'ing Monochrome-Glazed Porcelains, 190/1000, Vol.4, Ch'ing Painted and Polychrome Porcelains, 314/1000. In German and English. Distributed by: Boston Book & Art Shop, 1968. 800 - 1,200
1429  CHINESE FURNITURE ART BOOKS Chinese Furniture: Hardwood Examples of the Ming and Early Ch'ing Dynasties, Robert Hatfield Ellsworth, in hardboard slipcase; Chinese Furniture, Michel Beurdeley, with dust jacket; Chinese Domestic Furniture, Gustav Ecke, with dustjacket in cardboard slipcase; A Grammar of Chinese Lattice, Daniel Sheets Dye, two volumes. Together with six survey books on Chinese furniture. 200 - 300
1430  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE ART BOOKS The Collector's Book of Snuff Bottles, Bob C. Stevens, Weatherhill, first edition, 1976, signed by author; Snuff Bottles of China, Hugh M. Moss, Bibelot Publishers Ltd., first edition, 58/500, signed by author, both in hardboard slipcases, perfect condition; Chinese Snuff Bottles: The Adventures & Studies of a Collector, Lilla S. Perry; Prisen aus kleinen Tabakflaschen, Johanna Krug, text in German; The Art of Imitation in Chinese Snuff Bottles, Raymond Li; Chinese Snuff Bottles of the Silica or Quartz Group, Hugh M. Moss; Montague's Modern Bottle Identification & Price Guide: 3rd Edition, H.F. Montague; Miniature Arts in China: Toggles Pendants and Other Accessories, Raymond Li; twenty-one snuff bottle auction catalouges, mostly from Sotheby's. 500 - 700
1431  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE ART BOOKS Rivers and Mountains Far From the World: The Rachelle R Holden Collection: A Personal Commentary, F. Simpson Ed., Rachelle R. Holden, New York 1994, 358/800; Snuff Bottles from China: The Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, Helen White, Bamboo Publishing Ltd., 1992; The Art of the Chinese Snuff Bottle: The J.& J. Collection (Two volumes), Hugh Moss, Victor Graham and Ka Bo Tsang, Weatherhill, first edition, 1993; A New Look at Chinese Inside Painted Snuff Bottles, J.H. Leung, Yang Xin Xuan Art Books Co., date unknown. All in hardboard slipcases and in near perfect condition. 200 - 300
1432  CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE ART BOOKS Chinese Snuff Bottles: Exhibition October 12-18th, 1987, Robert Hall, Techpearl Ltd., Hong Kong, 1987; An Imperial Qing tradition: An exhibition of Chinese Snuff Bottles from the Collections of Humphrey K.F. Hui and Christopher C.H. Sin, Pheonix Art Museum, 1995, Hui & Sin, 1994; Important Chinese Snuff Bottles: Hong Kong, April 28, 1997, Sotheby's; Chinese Snuff Bottles From the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, Robert W. L. Kleiner, Sydney L. Moss Ltd., 1987; Chinese Snuff Bottles From the Collection of John Ault, Robert W. L. Kleiner, 1990; Oriental Snuff Bottles, Harriet H. Hamilton, Mayfield Publishing Company, Palo Alto, CA, ca. 1977. All with dust jackets and in near perfect condition. 200 - 300
1433  ANTIQUE ART BOOKS Masterpiececs of Handicraft, five books of a six volume set, T. Leman Hare, ed.: Old Bow, Old Chinese Porcelain, Royal SŠvres, Japanese Porcelain, Dresden (Meissen) Porcelain; Chinese Porcelain, W.G. Gulland, two volumes, 1902; two sets of Chinese Art, S.W. Bushell, two volumes, one set 1906-07, other 1910; L'Orient Musulman (two vols.), Gaston Migeon, Mus‚e du Louvre, 1922. 200 - 300
1434  ASIAN CERAMIC ART BOOKS Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics, Fujio Koyama and John Figgess; Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, John Ayers, Sotheby Parke Bernet; Art Treasures of China, Ho Lo Book Co., two volumes; Illustrated Catalogue of the Sung Dynasty Porcelain in the National Palace Museum: Ting Ware and Ting-Type Ware, in hardboard slipcase; The Shanghai Museum, in Chinese. 200 - 400
1435  ORIENTAL ART MAGAZINE BOOKS Bound collection of reference books. Ten yearly books with black hard covers, 1956-1965; Eight biannuals with red hard covers: vols. 1-2: 1948-51, vols. 11-12: 1965-66, vols. 13-14: 1967-68, vols. 15-16: 1969-70, vols. 17-18 1971-72, vols. 19-20: 1973-74, vols. 21-22: 1975-76, Vol 23: 1977. 500 - 700
1436  CHINESE PAINTING ART BOOKS Chinese Figure Painting, Thomas Lawton; two copies of Chinese Export Watercolors, Craig Clunas; two copies of Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Paintings in the National Palace Museum, 1968; The Charm of Chinese Painting, exhibition at The Gulbenkian Museum, Durham, June-October, 1981; The Literati Mode: Chinese Scholar Paintings, Calligraphy and Desk Objects, Sydney L. Moss Ltd.; Chinese Paintings of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, 14th-20th Century, International Cultural Corporation of Australia Ltd.; Chinnery & China Coast Paintings, Henry and Sidney Berry-Hill; Chinese Painting, Peter C. Swann; Painting in the Far East, Laurence Binyon; Dogs of China & Japan in Nature and Art, V.W.F. Collier; Nelson Gallery of Art, Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Volume II; Murals From the Han to the Tang Dynasty, Foreign Language Press. 200 - 300
1437  CHINESE PAINTING ART BOOKS Alte Chinesische Graphik, Josef Hejzlar, German text; The Selected Painting of Lang Shih-Ning (Josephus Castiglione), The Arts and Literature Press, Hong Kong, two volumes; Studies in Connoisseurship: Chinese Paintings from the Arthur M. Sackler Collection in New York and Princeton, Marilyn and Shen Fu; Chinese Painting, Edmund Capon. 200 - 300
1438  CHINESE ART BOOKS Three-Colour Glaze Pottery of the Tang Dynasty, The Arts & Literature Press, three volumes; Noted Porcelain of Successive Dynasties, English translation Hsiang Yuan-Pien; Elegant Form and Harmonious Decoration, Rosemary E. Scott; Chinese Export Porcelain: An Historical Survey, Elinor Gordon, ed.; Imperial Porcelain of the Late Qing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Chinese Art Treasures, Institute of Chinese Culture, ten volumes. 200 - 300
1439  CHINESE BRONZE ART BOOKS Chinese Bronzes: The Natanael Wessen Collection, Bernhard Karlgren and Jan Wirgin; Brilliant and Affluent Bronzes of the Shang and Chou Dynasties, National Museum of History; Ancient Chinese Bronze Art: Casting The Precious Sacral Vessel, China Institute in America; Eskenazi: Twenty Five Years, June 12 - July 12, 1985; Treasures From The Bronze Age Of China Exhibition, The Metropolitain Museum of Art; Ritual Bronzes of Ancient China, Phyllis Ackerman; Early Chinese Bronzes, Albert J. Koop; The Second Bronze Age: Later Chinese Metalwork, Syndey L. Moss Ltd.; The Ornaments of Late Chou Bronzes: A Method of Analysis, George W. Weber Jr.; Chinese Bronzes from the Buckingham Collection, Charles F. Kelley; Shang Ritual Bronzes in the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, Robert W. Bagley, Vol. 1; The Chinese Bronzes of Yunnan, Cultural Relics Publishing House, Beijing. 200 - 300
1440  CHINESE BRONZE ART BOOKS Ritual Vessels of Bronze Age China, Max Loehr; Treasures From The Bronze Age Of China Exhibition, The Metropolitain Museum of Art; Later Chinese Bronzes, Rose Kerr; Treasures from the Shanghai Museum: 6,000 Years of Chinese Art, Shanghai Museum, 1983; Archaeological Finds from the Jin to the Tang Periods in Guangdong, Guangdong Provincial; Anthology of Chinese Art, Silver Jubilee Exhibition, Min Chiu Society; The Charles B. Hoyt Collection, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Vol.1, 1964, in hardboard slipcase; two, traditionally bound volumes in Chinese text in hardboard case. 200 - 300
1441  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS A Survey of Chinese Ceramics. Liu Liang-Yu. Five volumes: Early Wares: Prehistoric to Tenth Century; Sung Dynasty Porcelain; Lio, Hsi-Hsia, Chin & Yuan Wares; Ming Official Wares; Ch'lng Offical & Popular Wares. 1991. Aries Gemini Publishing, Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan. With dust jackets. 200 - 300
1442  JAPANESE ART BOOKS Ornamental Arts of Japan, George Ashdown Audsley. Three Volumes, printed for American subscribers, 150/500. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1883. Dedicated to the Duke of Edinburgh. Half red leather cover with gilt deocration of a crane, marbled endpapers, all volumes decorated with full plates protected with tissue gards. Vol.1 with torn page, vol.3 with small amount of water damage. 500 - 700
1443  CHINESE EXPORT ART BOOKS China for the West by Howard David and John Ayers, published for Sotheby Parke Bernet, London/New York, by Philip Wilson Publishers Limited, 1978. Two volumes together in hardboard slipcase (minor damage), both with dust jackets. Near perfect condition. 200 - 300
1444  CHINESE CERAMIC BOOKS Chinese Ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum by Regina Krahl, John Ayers, ed. Sotheby Park Bernet, 1986 London. Three volume set: Yuan & Ming Dynasty Celadon Wares, Qing Dynasty Porcelain, 111/1500. All with dust jackets and in seperate hardboard slipcases. Mint condition. 600 - 800
1445  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Art in Three-Dimensional Colour by Harry M. Garner and Margaret Medley. Four-volume set with slides and viewer (not pictured) for The Gruber Foundation Inc. by The Asian Society, Inc., 1969. 1000 copies printed. Separate hardboard slipcases. 200 - 300
1446  CHINESE ART BOOK Chinesische Kunst by Otto Kummel, Cassirer, Berlin, 1930. German text describes Chinese items shown at the Berlin Exhibition of 1929. Leatherbound, 44/300 (only 50 produced leatherbound). Front cover torn at bind. 200 - 300
1447  CHINESE PAINTING ART BOOK Later Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 1800-1950 by Robert Hatfield Ellsworth, first edition, Random House, New York, 1987. Three vols: Text, The Paintings, The Calligraphies. All with color plates, all enclosed in cloth-covered clamshell case. Like new. 200 - 300
1448  ANTIQUARIAN CHINESE ART BOOKS China: Its Costume, Arts Manufactures, etc. Four-volume set with observations by M. Brenton. Translated from the French. London: Printed for J.J. Stockdale, 1813. Decorated with color plates. Covers with rubbing, foxing throughout. Vol 3 with loose pages. 500 - 700
1449  ASIAN ART BOOKS W.L. Behrens Collection by Henri L. Joly. Paragon Book Reprint Corp., Arno Press, New York, 1966, reprint of original 1912 edition. Four-volume set: Netsuke and Japanese Carving; Lacquer and Intro; Sword-fittings, Tsuba and Metal; Buddistic, Chinese Antiques, Chinese and Japanese Miscellanea. Black buckram with red cloth. Near perfect condition, no dust jackets. 500 - 700
1450  ASIAN ART BOOKS The Art of Central Asia: The Stein Collection in the British Museum by Roderick Whitfield. Limited to 500 copies in English. Kodansha International Ltd., 1982. Three volumes: Paintings from Dunhang I and II, and Textiles, Sculpture and Other Arts. Each in own cloth-covered, gilt-decorated clamshell hardboard case. All mint condition. 1,000 - 1,500
1451  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS A Connoisseur's Guide to Chinese Ceramics, Cecile and Michael Beurdeley, Harper & Row, first US edition; A Dictionary of Chinese Ceramics, Wang Qingzheng, Sun Tree Publishing, Ltd., 2002; Tang and Lio Ceramics, William Watson, Thames & Hudson, London 1984; A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics, Suzanne G. Valenstein, Harry N. Abrams Inc. for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1989. All near mint with dust jackets intact. 100 - 200
1452  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese, Corean and Japanese Potteries, Japan Society, exhibition at the Galleries of M. Knoedler & Co., March 2-21, 1914; limited edition 1914, five numbered copies out of 1500 copies printed, wear consistent with age. Together with four copies of Eastern Art: A Quarterly, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, comprising: July 1928, October 1928, January 1929 and April 1929. 300 - 500
1453  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS Far Eastern Antiquities, Michael Ridley; The Chinese Exhibition, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 8 - November 16, 1974; The Shanghai Museum Journal No.3, in Chinese Text; Kendi, Sumarah Adhyatman; Chinese Stoneware Glazes, Joseph Grebanier; Ancient Indonesian Art, J. Fontein, R. Soeknomo, S. Suleiman; Die Sechs Bucher Der Kunst: Orient, text in German; Ming Porcelains: Their Origins and Developments, Adrian Joseph; Chinese Ceramics, W.B.R. Neave-Hill; Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine, John Alexander Pope; Illustrated Catalogues of Tokyo National Museum: Chinese Ceramics, 1965; Chinese Ceramic Glazes, A.L. Hetherington; Yuan Porcelain & Stoneware, Margaret Medley; Later Chinese Porcelain, Soame Jenyns. 200 - 300
1454  CHINESE EXPORT ART BOOKS The Book of Famille Rose, G.C. Williamson; Oriental Lowestoft: Chinese Export Porcelain, J.A. Lloyd Hyde; Chinese Porcelain: Pleasures and Treasures, Anthony Du Boulay; China Trade Porcelain, China Institute in America; The Ceramic Art of China & Other Countries of the Far East, W.B. Honey; Chinese Export Porcelain: Chine de Commande, D.F. Lunsingh Scheurleer; The Decorative Arts of The China Trade, Carl L. Crossman; Chinese Export Porcelain from the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels, Dr. C.J.A. Jorg; Interaction in Ceramics: Oriental Porcelain & Delftware Exhibition, Urban Council, Hong Kong; China for America: Export Procelain of the 18th and 19th Centuries, H., P. and N. Schiffer; Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain, Elinor Gordon; Chinese Export Porcelain: Standard Patterns and Forms, 1780 to 1880, H., P., and N. Schiffer. 200 - 300
1455  KOREAN ART BOOKS A Pictoral Encyclopedia of The Oriental Arts: Korea, Kadokawa Shoten, ed.; Korean Furniture: Elegance and Tradition, E.R. Wright and M.S. Pai; The Ceramic Art of Korea, Chewon Kim and G.St.G.M. Gompertz; The Art of Ancient Korea, W. Forman and J. Barinka; Korean Arts, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea, in three volumes: Painting and Sculpture, 1956; Ceramics, 1961; Architecture, 1963. 200 - 300
1456  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS Chinese Porcelains in European Mounts, China Institute in America; Russian book on Chinese painted enamels on copper, Moscow 1988; Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, Li Zhiyan and Cheng Wen, Chinese and Annamese Ceramics, Adrian Joseph, in hardboard slipcase; Porcelain and the Dutch China Trade, C.J.A. Jorg; Spirit of Han: Ceramics for the After-Life, Southeast Asian Ceramic Society; Chinese Ceramics: The Koger Collection, John Ayers; Seventeenth Century Chinese Porcelain from the Butler Family Collection, Sir Michael Butler; The Art of Glazed Pottery of China, Li Zhi Yan, text in Chinese; Chinese Blue & White Ceramics, S.T. Yeo and Jean Martin; Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, 1984-1985, Vol.49, Sotheby's Publications; An Anthology of Chinese Ceramics: 5th Festival of Asian Arts, Hong Kong Museum of Arts; Chinese Blue and White, Ann Frank; The Robert H. Clague Collection: Chinese Glass of the Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911, Phoenix Art Museum; Clear As Crystal, Red As Flame: Later Chinese Glass, China Institute in America. 200 - 300
1457  CHINESE PORCELAIN AND IVORY ART BOOKS Chinese Art Ivory, B.C. Eastham; Chinese Ivories from the Shang to the Qing, Oriental Ceramic Society; Les Ivoires, Tardy, in French, two volumes, one in hardboard slipcase; Chinese Ivory Sculpture, Warren E. Cox; Discourse on Hung Hsien Porcelain, Mark Chou; Early Ming Wares of Chingtechen, A.D. Brankston; Chinese Art, B.T. Batsford Ltd.; Oriental Blue & White, Sir Harry Garner; Chinese & Japanese Cloisonn‚ Enamels, Sir Harry Garner; Chinese Pottery and Stoneware, Albert W.R. Thiel; Chinese Porcelains in European Mounts, China Institute in America; Chinese Export Porcelain in the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels; The Charles B. Hoyt Collection Memorial Exhibition, 1952, Boston Museum; As Marcas, Les Marques, The Marks, M. Mattos Dos Santos; Oriental Antiques and Collectibles: A Guide, Arthur and Grace Chu; Oriental Blue & White, Sir Harry Garner; Selected Far Eastern Art in the Yale University Art Galery, George J. Lee, 1970; Chinese Export Porcelain in the 19th Century: The Canton Famille Rose Porcelains, Dr. John Q. Feller; Wallace-Homestead Price Guide to Oriental Antiques, Andacht, Garthe and Mascarelli. 200 - 300
1458  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS The S.C. Ko Tianminlou Collection of Chinese Ceramics, by John Ayers, Hong Kong Museum of Art. Urban Council, first edition 1987. Two vols, in Chinese and English, in hardboard slipcase. Near mint condition. 200 - 300
1459  CHINESE JADE ART BOOKS Jade, Roger Keverne, ed.; The Baur Collection, Pierre F. Schneeberger; Carved Jade of Ancient China, Alfred Salmony; Chinese Jades from the Collection of the Seattle Art Museum, James C.Y. Watt; In Scholar's Taste: Documentary Chinese Works of Art, Syndey L. Moss Ltd.; Princes of Jade, Edmund Capon and William MacQuitty; two copies of Masterworks of Contemporary Chinese Art, China Intercontinental Press; Jade: Its Philosophy Shine of the Star of Life Su-Sen, Richard Alexander; The Jade Carving Art in the Ch'ing Dynasty, National Museum of History, in hardboard slipcase; Ancient Chinese Jades from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Max Loehr. 200 - 300
1460  CHINESE TEXT ART BOOKS Scrolling Images: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy in Handscroll Format by Paul Moss, Sydney L. Moss Ltd., London, 1991. Eleven volumes: ten scrolls reproduced in color, in hardcover harmonica-style case. Together with: Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute: The Story of Lady Wen-Chi, The Metropolitain Museum of Art, 1974, in hardboard slipcase; Masterpieces of Sung and Yuan Dynasty Calligraphy from the John M. Crawford Jr. Collection, Kwan S. Wong, China House Gallery, 1981. 200 - 300
1461  CHINESE FURNITURE ART BOOKS Four books by Wang Shixiang: Classic Chinese Furniture: Ming and Early Qing Dynasties, first English edition, 1986, in dust jacket; Connoisseurship of Chinese Furniture: Ming and Early Qing Dynasties, 1990, two volumes together in hardboard slipcase; two editions of Masterpieces from the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture, with Curtis Evarts: first English edition 1995 and Chinese edition 1997, both in hardboard slipcases. Together with: Chinese Bamboo Carving, Laurence C.S. Tam, two volumes; Bamboo Carving of China, China Institute in America; Wood From the Scholar's Table, Altfield Gallery, Hong Kong; Chinese Furniture, Herbert Cescinsky, 1922. 200 - 300
1462  ORIENTAL LACQUER ART BOOKS Inro and Other Miniature Forms of Japanese Lacquer Art, Melvin and Betty Jahss; A Sprinkling of Gold: The Lacquer Box Collection of Elaine Ehrenkranz, The Newark Museum, Barbra Teri Okada, in hardboard slipcase; The Inro Handbook: Studies of Netsuke, Inro and Lacquer, Raymond Bushell; Chinese Carved Lacquer, Derek Clifford; Oriental Lacquer: Art and Technique, K. Herberts; Oriental Lacquer, Oscar Luzzato-Bilitz; The Sumptuous Basket: Chinese Lacquer with Basketry Panels, James C.Y. Watt. 200 - 300
1463  CERAMIC ART BOOKS Collection of World's Ceramics, The Zauho Press & The Kawade Shobo, c. 1960. Limited edition, 5/200. Sixteen volumes, all with tipped-in color plates, Japanese and English, hardboard slipcases, dust jackets (wear). 500 - 700
1464  CHINESE GOLD ART BOOK Ancient Chinese Gold, by Han Wei and Christian Deydier, Les Editions D'Art Et D'Histoire, Paris, 2001. With dust jacket in hardboard slipcase. 150 - 300
1465  CHINESE ART BOOKS Porcelain of the National Palace Museum, National Palace Museum, Cafa Company Ltd., Hong Kong, 1968. Thirty-three volume set. Cloth covered with glossy color images; all with dust jackets, most with protective carboard slipcovers. 15 1/2" x 11". 500 - 700
1466  CHINESE JADE ART BOOKS Chinese Jades in the Royal Ontario Museum, D. Dohrenwend; Dictionary of Jade Nomenclature, Mark Chou; Chinese Jade: Stone for the Emperors, B. Till and P. Swart; Chinese Jades in The Avery Brundage Collection, Rene-Yvon Lefebvre d'Argence; Jade, J.P. Palmer; Chinese Jade: Throughout the Ages, Oriental Ceramic Society; Jade of the East, G. Wills, in hardboard slipcase; Jade: Stone of Heaven, R. Gump; The Story of Jade, H.P. Whitlock and M.L. Ehrmann; Chinese Carved Jades, S.H. Hansford; Princes of Jade, E. Capon and W. MacQuitty; Chinese Jade Throughout the Ages, S.C. Nott; Chinese Jade of Five Centuries, J.M. Hartman; The Splendor of Jade, J.J. Schedel; Jade: Essence of Hills and Streams, S.H. Hansford; book in Chinese text of early jade; Archaic Chinese Jades exhibition, The University Museum, Philadelphia, 1940; The Lizzardo Collection, M.A. Lytle; Ritual and Power: Jades of Ancient China, China Institute in America. 200 - 300
1467  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS Chinese Ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum by Regina Krahl; John Ayers, ed. Sotheby Park Bernet, 1986 London. Three volume set: Yuan & Ming Dynasty Celadon Wares, and Qing Dynasty Porcelain. 426/1500. All with dust jackets and in seperate hardboard slipcases. Mint condition. Each: 15 /14" x 11". 600 - 800
1468  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS Chinese Trade Porcelain, Tuttle; The China Trade, Grossman; Chinese Celadons and Other Related Wares in Southeast Asia, Arts Orientalis; Philadelphians and the China Trade 1784-1844, Philadelphia Museum of Art; The Stoneware of Yixing, K.S. Lo; Chinese Ceramics, S. Hayashiya and G. Hasebe; Tang Ceramics, Timothy See-Yiu Lam; China Trade Porcelain: Patterns of Exchange, Clare Le Corbeiller; A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics, Suzanne G. Valenstein; Imperial Porcelain of the Yongle and Xuande Periods, Urban Council, Hong Kong. 200 - 400
1469  CHINESE CERAMIC ART BOOKS History, Lore and Legend: Shiwan Pottery, Urban Council, Hong Kong; Christie's Pictoral History of Chinese Ceramics, Anthony duBoulay; Kanxi, Yongzheng, Qianlong: Quing Porcelain from the Palace Museum Collection; The Stonewares of Yixing, K.S. Lo; The Wares of the Ming Dynasty, R.L. Hobson; Chinese Porcelain from the Addis Collection, J.M. Addis; Sung Ceramic Design, Jan Wirgin; Chinees Porselein, D.F Lunsingh Scheurleer, text in German; Pre-Tang Ceramics of China: Chinese Potter from 4000 BC to 600 AD, William Watson; The Powell-Cotton Collection of Chinese Ceramics, Gordon Lang. 200 - 300
1470  CHINESE ART BOOKS The Book of Porcelain, W.A. Staehelin; History, Lore and Legend: Shiwan Pottery, Urban Council, Hong Kong; Rice Grain Porcelain, Eleanor Hartstone; A History of Far Eastern Art, Sherman E. Lee; Arts of China, American Heritage; Chinese Art, Spring Books; A Book of Chinese Art, Hajek and Forman; Foundations of Chinese Art, William Willetts; Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades, Michael Sullivan; Chinese Antiquities from the Brian S. McElney Collection, Urban Council, Hong Kong. 100 - 200
1471  CHINESE ART BOOKS Art Treasures of the Peking Museum, Francois Fourcade; The Seligman Collection of Oriental Art, S. Howard Hansford; New Discoveries in China, Danielle and Vadime Elisseeff; The Ceramics of China: The Yangshao Culture - The Song Dynasty, Y. Gen, Z. Xiqiu and S. Wengu; Understanding Far Eastern Art, Julia Hutt; The Splendors of Asia, Dorothy Hales Gary and Robert Payne; Kernels of Energy, Bones of Earth: The Rock in Chinese Art, China Institute in America; Chinese Art Treasures: Exhibition of Objects from The Chinese National Palace Museum, 1961-62; Collecting Oriental Antiques, Judith Moorhouse; Penjing: The Chinese Art of Miniature Gardens, Hu Yunhua; Chinese Ornament: The Lotus and The Dragon, Jessica Rawson; A & J Speelman: Oriental Art, London 1990; Chinese Treasures from the Avery Brundage Collection, Ren‚-Yvon Lefebvre d'Argence; The Communion of Scholars: Chinese Art at Yale, Mary Gardener Neill; Selections of Chinese Art from Private Collections, China House Gallery, 1986; The Art of China, Shirley Glubok. 200 - 300
1472  CHINESE ART BOOKS The Palace Museum: Peking, Wan-go and Yang Boda; book on Chinese paintings in Chinese in hardboard case; The Shanghai Museum of Art, Shen Zhiyu; Chinese Export Porcelain, Peter Herbert and Nancy Schiffer; Chinese Connoisseurshp: The Ko Ku Yao Lun, Sir Percival David; Views of 18th Century China: Costumes, History and Customs, Willam Alexander and George H. Mason; The Chinese Collector Through the Centuries, Michel Beurdeley; Son of Heaven: Imperial Arts of China, Robert L. Thorp; Treasures of the Forbidden City, Zhu Jiajin; The Freer Gallery of Art: China, Kodansha Ltd. 200 - 300
1473  CHINESE ART BOOKS Archaologische Funde im Neuen China, Foreign Languages Press, 1972; Spirit and Ritual: The Morse Collections of Ancient Chinese Art, The Metropolitain Museum of Art; eighteen additional books on Chinese art and culture. 100 - 200
1474  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Porcelain Collections in the Near East Topkapi and Ardebil, Hong Kong University Press, three volumes in hardboard slipcase; Yixing Purple Clay Ware, Liang Baiquan, text in English and Chinese; Asiatic Art, H.F.E Visser; Chinese Art, R.L. Hobson; The Great Treasury of Chinese Fine Arts: Sculpture 2, Director: Liao Jingdan; A & J Speelman: Buddhist Works of Art. 400 - 600
1475  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Export Porcelain In North America, J. M. Mudge; The Copeland Colletion: Chinese and Japanese Ceramic Figures, The Peabody Museum of Salem; Chinese Art: Collection of Yamanaka & Company, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1929; Chinese Ivories From The Kwan Collection, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Ivory and Its Uses, B. Burack; A Winterthur Guide to Chinese Export Porcelain, A.M. Palmer; Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, R.L. Hobson; A Pictoral Encyclopedia of The Oriental Arts: China, K. Shoten, ed., two volumes in cardboard slipcase; China for America: Export Porcelain in the 18th and 19th Centuries, H., P. and N. Schiffer; two volumes in Chinese text (some English) of Chinese artifacts; two traditionally bound Chinese books in hardboard slipcases; Ancient Bronzes: A Selection from The Heckett Collection, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute; Chinese Carved Jades, S.H. Hansford; Chinese Painting In Four Seasons, L. Tseng-Tseng Yu. 200 - 300
1476  CHINESE ART BOOKS By Imperial Command: An Introduction to Ch'ing Imperial Painted Enamels, Hugh Moss, two vols., signed by author, 829/1000, in hardboard slipcase with cover; 5000 Years of the Art of India, Mario Bussagli and Calembus Sivaramamurti; Himalayan Art, Madangeet Singh; The Book of Porcelain, W.A. Staehelin; The Hoyt Collection: Vol. II, Boston Museum, 1972, in harboard slipcover; The Charles B. Hoyt Collection, Memorial Exhibition, 1952, Boston Museum. 400 - 600
1477  CHINESE ART BOOKS National Palace Museum, sixteen books on masterpieces in the museum, published by the National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, first edition 1971; Kwang Fu Book Co., Ltd. Text in Chinese and English. All with glassine dust jackets and carboard slipcovers. 500 - 700
1478  CHINESE ART BOOKS National Palace Museum, fifteen books on masterpieces in the museum, published by the National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, first edition 1971; Kwang Fu Book Co., Ltd. Text in Chinese and English. All with glassine dust jackets and carboard slipcovers. 500 - 700
1479  CHINESE ART BOOKS Style in the Arts of China, William Watson; Chinse Mythology, Anthony Christie; Chinese Export Art In the Eighteenth Century, M. Jourdain and R. Soame Jenyns; Chinese Art, B.T. Batsford Ltd.; Chinese & Japanese Cloisonn‚ Enamels, Sir Harry Garner; The Arts of China, Hugo Munsterberg; The Golden Age of Chinese Art: The Lively T'ang Dynasty, Hugh Scott; Chinese Art, Judith and Arthur Hart Burling; Treasures of the British Museum, Marjorie Caygill; The 5 Happinesses: Symbolism in Chinese Popular Art, Edouard Chavannes; Treasures of China, Annette Juliano; Cultural Atlas of China, C. Blunden and M. Elvin; Splendors of the East, Mortimer Wheeler, ed.; The World of Supreme Persian Carpets, M.K. Zephyr Amir. 200 - 300
1480  ASIAN ART BOOKS Oriental Glaze Monographs, Robert Tichane ed., three vols: Those Celadon Blues, Ching-te-chen: Views of a Porcelain City, Reds Reds Copper Reds; Chinese and Far Eastern Art, Yamanaka & Company Inc.; Exhibition of Nineteenth Century Mark and Period Porcelain, S. Marchant and Son; The Palace Museum: Peking, Wan-go Weng and Yang Boda; Chinese Ceramics of the Transitional Period: 1620-1683, Stephen Little; A History of Early Chinese Art, Osvald Siren, four vols in two books; Chinese Sculpture, Osvald Siren, four vols in two books. 200 - 300
1481  CHINESE SILVER ART BOOKS Chinese Gold, Silver and Porcelain: The Kempe Collection, Bo Gyllensvard; Patkong, W.D. John and K. Coombes; Early Chinese Gold & Silver, China Institute in America; Chinese Gold and Silver in The Carl Kempe Collection, Bo Gyllensvard; Chinese Export Silver, Alan James Marlowe; Chinese Export Silver, 1785 to 1885, Forbes, Kernan and Wilkins, in cardboard slipcase; Oriental Silverwork: Malay and Chinese, H. Ling Roth; The Chat Collection of Chinese Export Silver, John Devereux Kernan, in carboard slipcase. Together with: Fans of Imperial China, Neville John Irons. 200 - 300
1482  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Art series by Universe Books Publishers, New York, including: Vol. 1: Bronze, Jade, Sculpture, Ceramics, Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt and Jean-Claude Moreau-Gobard; Vol. 2: The Minor Arts, R. Soame Jenyns and William Watson; Vol. 3 The Graphic Arts, Werner Speiser, Roger Goepper, and Jean Fribourg; Vol. 4: The Minor Arts II, R. Soame Jenyns. All: ca. 1960s, with dust jackets, minor wear. Together with three additional survey books on Chinese Art. 200 - 300
1483  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Cloisonn‚: The Pierre Uldry Collection, H. Brinker and A. Lutz; Chinese Export Porcelain in North America, J.M. Mudge; Chinese Jade Throughout the Ages, S.C. Nott; Jade, J.P. Palmer; Chinese Art in the Royal Ontario Museum, 1972; five books by Raymond Li, published by Nine Dragons, on snuff bottles; Chinese Snuff Bottles of Stone, Porcelain and Glass, M.B. Huish; Chinese Snuff Bottles: 5, H.M. Moss; Reflected Glory in a Bottle, E.B. Curtis; Chinese Snuff Bottles of the Rt.Hon. The Marquess of Exeter, K.C.M.G, H.M. Moss ed.; Oriental Jewellery and Works of Art, Oriental Art Gallery Ltd., 1993; Early Chinese Gold & Silver, China Institute of America; Early Chinese Miniatures, China Institute in America; K.S.Lo Collection in the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware: Part 2, Urban Council, Hong Kong; The Hands Popper Collection of Oriental Art, R. Lefebvre d'Argence; Osaka Exchange Exhibition: Paintings from the Abe Collection and other Masterpieces of Chinese Art, San Francisco Center of Asian Art and Culture, 1970; Fine and Rare Chinese Works of Art and Ceramics, Summer Exhibition 1999, Roger Keverne, London; Selection of Masterworks in the Collection of The National Palace Museum, 1974; Avery Collection of Ancient Chinese Cloisonn‚s, Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1912; The Chinese Potter: A Practical History of Chinese Ceramics, M. Medley; A Pictoral Encyclopedia of The Oriental Arts: Korea, K. Shoten, ed.; Chinese Cultural Art Treasures: National Palace Museum Illustrated Handbook, 1974. 200 - 300
1484  CHINESE ART BOOKS Chinese Carpets, E. Gans-Ruedin; Chinese Export Porcelain in North America, J.M. Mudge; Celadon Wares, G.St.G.M. Gompertz; Old Chinese Snuff Bottles, H.C. Hitt; Avery Brundage Collection: Chinese Ceramics, M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA; Oriental Glazes, N. Wood; Bronze Vessels of Ancient China in The Avery Brundage Collection, R. Lefebvre d'Argence, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco; Chinese Jade: Throughout the Ages Exhibition, The Oriental Ceramic Society, 1975; Ritual and Power: Jades of Ancient China, China Institute in America; Jade, J.P. Palmer; Nepal: Art Treasures from the Himalayas, E. and R.L. Waldschmidt; book on carving in Chinese text; Ausgrabungen: aus China, Sudostasien, Altamerika und Afrika, Exhibition in German text; Catalogue of the Special Exhibition of Sung and Yuan Porcelains, National Palace Museum, 1971; The Art and Architecture of China, L. Sickman and A. Soper, in hardboard slipcase; two issues of The National Palace Museum Quarterly, Vol. VIII No. 4 1974 and Vol. VI No. 4 1972; Chinese Cultural Art Treasures, National Palace Museum, 1972; Chinese Ceramics in The Carl Kempe Collection, B. Gyllensvard; Qin Shihuang: Terracotta Warriors and Horses, E. Capon; Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, R.E. Scott; Chinese Jade of Five Centuries, J.M. Hartman; T'ang Pottery & Porcelain, M. Medley. 200 - 300
1485  JAPANESE ART BOOKS The Netsuke Handbook of Ueda Reikichi, R. Bushell; Eight Hundred Years of Japanese Printmaking, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute; Die Welt der Netsuke, R. Wolf, German text; Netsuke, F.M. Jonas; Illustrated Catalogues of the Tokyo National Museum, Objects from Prehistoric Sites: Hokkaido & Tohoku Districts, 1968; The Wonderful World of Netsuke, R. Bushell; Ikebana Collection, K. Bunnett; Byobu: Japanese Screens from New York Collections, M. Murase; Harunobu, Tokyo National Museum, Exhibition 1970; Catalogue of Japanese Lacquer, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1924, two vols; A Pictoral Encyclopedia of The Oriental Arts: Japan, K. Shoten ed., four vols. Together with: History of the Ceramic Art, Albert Jacquemart, Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle, London, 1873; ten Eskenazi gallery catalogues. 200 - 300
1486  JAPANESE ART BOOKS The Art of Japan by Captain Frank Brinkley, Boston & Tokyo, J.B. Millet Company, 1901. Emperor's Edition, 14/75; imported from Japan for Goodwin, Philideplphia, PA. Two volumes: Pictoral Arts, includes woodblock prints by Gekko, Gogyo, Kei-on and others; Applied Arts, color plates and table of artists' signatures. Together in fabric-covered box. Wear consistent with age, vol.1 with crease to first few pages. 16 1/4" x 12 1/2". 500 - 700
1487  JAPANESE NETSUKE ART BOOKS The Netsuke Hall of Fame's Record Breakers by Bernard Hurtig. Bernard Hertig Orientwest, Honolulu, 1983. Collector's edition, 36/100, signed by author. With extra binding covers for additions. Together in hardboard slipcase. Mint condition. 11 1/4" x 12 1/2" x 5" in case. 200 - 300
1488  JAPANESE PRINT ART BOOKS The Baur Collection: Japanese Prints, Matthi Forrer, Collections Baur, Geneva 1994; two volumes with dust jackets and cardboard slipcases. Together with: Suzuki Harunobu by Jack Hillier; Eight Hundred Years of Japanese Printmaking by Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, Osaka Prints by Dean J. Schwaab and The Theatrical World of Osaka Prints by Roger S. Keyes and Keiko Mizushima; Emaki: Japanese Picture Scrolls, Hideo Okudaira; Catalogue of The Exhibition of Paintings of Hokusai held at the Japan Fine Art Association, Ueno Park, Tokio, Jan. 13-30, 1900, Bunshichi Kobanashi, 1901; Master Prints of Japan, Ukiyo-e Hanga; Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints, B.W. Robinson. 300 - 500
1489  WORLD PORCELAIN ART BOOKS Blue and White Porcelain of the World, by Takatoshi Misugi. Six volume-set in Japanese, each in hardboard slipcases and cardboard boxes. 16 1/2" x 11 1/2" 200 - 300
1490  ART BOOKS The Epic of Man, editors of Life Magazine; Great Houses of America, H.L. Williams and O.K. Williams; French Paintings in Russian Museums, R. Charmet; The Loom of Art, G. Bazin; French Faience, J. Giacomotti; Encyclopedia of Pottery & Porcelain 1800-1960, E. Cameron; The Book of Old Silver: English, American, Foreign, S.B. Wyler; Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks, G.A. Godden; Wedgwood ABC But Not MIddle E, H.M. Buten; Bronzes, J. Montagu; European Pottery: A Guide for the Collector and Dealer, M. Penkala; An Illustrated Guide to Lowestoft Porcelain, G.A. Godden; Silver Pewter and Sheffield Plate, F.W. Burgess; The Hermitage Museum, Leningrad, P. Descargues; A Concise History of Bronzes, G. Savage. 200 - 300
1491  ART BOOKS Gem and Gem Materials, E.H. Kraus; Cut & Engraved Glass, 1771-1905, D. Daniel; Handbook of Old Pottery and Porcelain Marks, C.J. Thorn; English, Scottish & Irish Table Glass, G.B. Hughes; L'Art Indien, M.M. Deneck, French text; George Chinnery: His Pupils and Influence, Hong Kong Museum of Art; Modern Ivory Carving, C.I.A. Ritchie; The Book of Pottery and Porcelain, W.E. Cox; The World's Master Potters: Their Techniques and Art, C.P. Woodhouse; Pottery and Porcelain of All Times and Nations, William C. Prime Ltd., 1879; Chinnery: The Man and The Legend, R. Hutcheon; Ivories, A. Maskell; Porcelains in the Frick Collection, J.A. Pope and M. Brunet; Lacquer of The West: The History of a Craft and an Industry, 1550-1950, H. Huth; The Traditional Arts of Japan, H. Batterson Boger. 200 - 300
1492  ART BOOKS Afro-Portuguese Ivories, Fagg-Forman; Kostbarkeiten der Goldschmiedekunst, F. COarelli, I.B. Barsali, E. Steingraber, German text; European and American Snuff Boxes, 1730-1830, Clare Le Corbeiller; British Pottery and Porcelain, 1780-1850, G. A. Godden; Marc Chagall: His Life and Work, Isaac Kloomok; Treasures of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the John G. Johnson Collection, 1973; Ghiberti's Bronze Doors, Richard Krautheimer; Antiques Show, University Hospital, 1971; From Gold to Porcelain: The Art of Porcelain and Faience, Ruth Berges; French Porcelain, Hubert Landais; Chinese Porcelain, Anthony du Boulay; Chinoiserie: The Impact of Oriental Styles on Western Art and Design, Oliver Impey; Ivories, Alfred Maskell; The Dictionary of World Pottery and Porcelain: From Prehistoric Times to the Present, Louise Ade Boger; Museum of Western and Oriental Art, Kiev, Aurora Art Publishers; Victorian Porcelain, Geoffrey A. Godden; Sulphides: The Art of Cameo Incrustation, Paul Jokelson; American Presidential China, exhibition catalogue, 1975; Ivory: Pleasures and Treasures, O. Beigbeder; Church Woodcarvings: A West Country Study, J.C.D. Smith; The Craft of Crewel Embroidery, Erica Wilson; Bronzes, Jennifer Montagu; Ivory Carvings in Early Medieval England, 700 to 1200, Arts Council of Great Britain; Indian Ivories, Marg Publications. 200 - 300
1493  SHAW WALKER BOOKCASES Metal barrister cases with interchangeable units and glass-front doors: two cases with three shelving units, ht. 59 1/4"; one with two shelving units, ht. 43". Both: 33" wide, 13" 1/4" deep. 200 - 300
1494  YOLANDE ARDISSONE (French, b. 1927) Two oil on canvas paintings: "Harbor Scene," titled on stretcher, 12 1/2" x 15 1/2"; "Le Viaduc … Antheor;" 25" x 32". Both signed "Ardissone" at lower left. 1,000 - 1,500
1495  GEORGES MARONIEZ (French 1865-1933) "Farmer on a Country Road," oil on canvas, signed "G. Maroniez" at lower right, 18" x 21 1/2". 1,200 - 1,800
1496  DAVID LONDONO MANZUR (Columbian, b. 1929) "Abstract Composition," 1961, oil on canvas, signed and dated "Manzur '61" at lower right, 30" x 34". 800 - 1,200
1497  ITALIAN SCHOOL PAINTING, 18th C., or perhaps a Flemish artist working in Italy during that period, oil on canvas laid down on masonite, few areas of restoration in the sky, however, opaque varnish might be obscuring older restoration, 25 1/2" x 31 1/2". 1,000 - 1,200
1498  DANISH Two oil on canvas paintings: Alex Schovelin (1827-1893) "Castle at Heidelberg," a few spots of inpaint in upper right sky, signed "Alex Schovelin" at lower center, 26" x 37"; Peder Mork Monsted (1859-1941) "Shepard with Flock," a couple spots of inpaint in the sky, signed and dated "P. Monsted 1882" at lower right, 10 1/2" x 16 1/2". 4,000 - 5,000
1499  AMERICAN Four paintings, three oil on canvas: Nicolai S. Civosky (1894-1987) "Still Life in Blue," signed: "N. Cikovsky" at lower right, 15 1/2" x 19 1/2"; Bernard Gussow (1881-1957) "Still Life with Vase of Flowers", signed: "B. Gussow" at lower right, 16" x 12"; A.P. Guarino "Flowers in Blue Vase," signed "A.P. Guarino" at lower right, frame has "Newcomb-Macklin Co." label, 25" x 30"; Bertram Goodman (1904-1988) "The Referee," gouache and ink, signed "Bertram Goodman" at lower left, 13" x 21" elliptical (sight). 1,200 - 1,700
1500  AMERICAN Two oil on board paintings: David Burliuk (1882-1967) "Roses on the Beach," signed "Burliuk" at lower center, 7 1/4" x 9 1/2"; Gustave Adolph Wiegand (1870-1957) "Still Life with Red Flowers," signed "Gustave Wiegand" at lower right, 16" x 12". 1,000 - 1,500
1501  WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS (American, 1888-1969) "Rockport Marsh with Boat," oil on canvas, marks from stretcher bars, needs light cleaning, signed "W. Lester Stevens N.A." at lower right, 20" x 24". 1,000 - 1,200
1502  GUSTAVE ADOLPH WIEGAND (American 1870-1957) Two oil on canvas paintings: "Pine Tree by the Lake," inpainted along left edge and a little bit along top edge, relined, signed "Gustave Wiegand" at lower left, 16" x 12"; "Road to the Lake," signed "Gustave Wiegand" at lower left, 20" x 16". 1,250 - 1,750
1503  EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (American 1864-1945) Three watercolor and gouache paintings: "Rough Hills No. 23," signed "E.L. Bryant" at lower right, signed and titled on reverse, inscribed "Property of Mrs. Everett L. Bryant" on reverse, 19 1/2" x 29 1/2" (sight); "Remote Desert," paper darkened, signed "E.L. Bryant" at lower right, 19" x 29 1/2" (sight); "Mojave Desert," signed "E.L. Bryant" at lower right, signed and titled on reverse, also inscribed "5070 Williams Place, Los Angeles, Ca." on reverse, 18 1/2" x 27 1/2" (sight). 1,500 - 2,000
1504  AMERICAN Two paintings: Robert Philipp (American 1895-1981) "Profile of a Seated Girl," oil on canvas, signed "Philipp" at upper right and on reverse, 9" x 8"; John Sloan (American 1871-1951) "Reclining Nude," pastel on paper, signed "John Sloan" at lower left, 11" x 8 1/2". 600 - 800
1505  EDMUND DARCH LEWIS (American, 1835-1910) Two paintings: "Flowering Trees by a Lake," 1907, watercolor and gouache, signed and dated "1907 Edmund D. Lewis" at lower right, 21 1/2" x 33 1/4" (sight); "Cows Watering," 1895, watercolor on paper, signed and dated "Edmund D. Lewis 1895" at lower right, 15 1/2" x 23 1/4". 1,000 - 1,200
1506  LANDSCAPES Two oil on canvas paintings: Alfred Jansson (American 1863-1931) "Woods in Autumn," lined, with small spots of inpaint at upper and lower right, some hairline cracks throughout surface, signed and dated "Alfred Jansson 1924" at lower right, 16" x 20"; R. Lee (Continental 19th-20th century) "Figure in a Landscape," a few areas of repaint in the sky and trees on the left side, signed "R. Lee" at lower left, 29" x 39". 1,000 - 1,500
1507  JAMES EVERETT STUART (American 1852-1941) "Sunset - The Breakers," 1901, oil on canvas, a 2" diameter area of repaint in the upper right sky, signed and dated "J.E. Stuart August 21, 1901 707" at lower left, signed, dated, titled and numbered on reverse, 24" x 42". 2,000 - 3,000
1508  EVERETT LLOYD BRYANT (American 1864-1945) "June Snow, Yosemite Peak," watercolor and gouache, paper darkened, some minor foxing, signed "E. L. Bryant" at lower right, also insribed "ELB" in pencil over signature, 19 1/4" x 29 1/4" (sight). 1,500 - 2,500
1509  FRENCH Four oil on canvas paintings: Paul Emile Lecomte (1877-1950) "Cliffs by a River," some restoration, signed "Paul Lecomte" at lower right, 19 1/2" x 32"; Yolande Ardissone (b. 1927) "Route de Tourtons," signed "Ardissone" at lower right, titled on the stretcher, provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, 11 3/4" x 14 3/4"; French school, 20th C. "Lunch on the Terrace," indistinct signature at lower right, 15 1/2" x 22"; Roe... (20th C.) "Paris Quais Des Fleurs," titled at lower right, artist signature is indistinct, 22 1/2" x 34 1/2". 1,800 - 2,500
1510  LANDSCAPES Two oil on canvas paintings: Lucien Delarue (French, b. 1925) "View of Harbor," signed "Delarue" at lower right, 16" x 20"; Nicholas Briganti (American, late 19th C.) "Bay of Naples," light craquelure in sky, signed "N. Briganti" at lower right, 24" x 36". 1,500 - 1,800
1511  LANDSCAPES Two watercolor paintings: Frederick John Widgery (British, 1861-1942) "Mountain Scene," mat burn at extreme edges, signed "F.J. Widgery Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor" at lower left, 14 1/2" x 21 1/2" (sight); Frank F. English (American, 1854-1922) "Figures by a Rowboat," mat burn, paper somewhat darkened, signed "Frank F. English" at lower left, 9" x 14 3/4" (sight). 500 - 700
1512  WILLIAM L. SONNTAG JR. (American, 1822-1900) Two paintings: "Landscape with River," watercolor, signed "W.L. Sonntag N.A." at lower left, 2 1/2" x 4 5/8"; "Waterfall Under Bridge," watercolor, pencil and gouache, signed "Sonntag" at lower right, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" (sight). 600 - 800
1513  YOLANDE ARDISSONE (French, b. 1927) "Presqu'Œle de Quiberon," oil on canvas, signed "Ardissone" at lower right, 29" x 37". 1,000 - 1,500
1514  E. RENE-HIS (French 1877-1960) "The Bridge," oil on canvas, signed "E. Ren‚-His" at lower left, 18" x 21 1/2". 1,800 - 2,200
1515  BRITISH Five paintings, three oil on canvas: Alfred E. Wragge (19th-20th century) "Old Barn on the Thames," some wear, signed "Alfred E. Wragge" at lower right, 28" x 36"; two watercolor and gouache paintings by Thomas Tayler-Ireland, "Old and Young" and "Across the Lake," signed "Tayler-Ireland" at lower left and lower right, each: 20 1/4" x 13 1/4" (sight); William Callow (1812-1908) "Boats on Shore," signed "W. Callow" at lower left, 11 1/2" x 15"; G. Tyler (19th-20th C.) "Misty Landscape," some wear and restoration, signed "G. Tyler" at lower right, 12" x 18". 1,000 - 1,200
1516  DAVID BURLIUK (American 1882-1967) "Flowers on the Beach," oil on canvas. Under glass, with heavy impasto, appears to be very fine condition. Signed "Burliuk" at lower right. 18" x 14" 1,500 - 2,500
1517  HENRY MOORE (British, 1898-1986) "Orchard in Winter," pencil and ballpoint on paper. (Provenance: Estate of Dr. Max Stern; Dominion Gallery, Montreal.) Sheet is floated so edges are fully visible, minor handling creases and traces of surface dirt. Signed "Moore" at lower right. 7 1/2" x 10" 2,000 - 2,500
1518  GEORGE LOFTUS NOYES (American, 1864-1954) "Cobbled Street," oil on canvas. Some wear. Signed "G.L. Noyes" at lower left. 25" x 18" 1,500 - 2,000
1519  ANDRE GISSON (American, 1921-2003) Pair of oil on canvas paintings: "Figures Crossing Street Near Madeleine." Signed "A. Gisson" at lower right and lower left. Each: 24" x 12". 2,000 - 3,000
1520  LANDSCAPES Olaf Viggo Peter Langer (Danish 1860-1942) "Pond in the Woods," 1917, oil on canvas, signed and dated "Viggo Langer 1917" at lower right, 25" x 30"; Svend Svendsen (American, 1864-1945) "Snowy Landscape," oil on canvas, signed "Svend Svensen" at lower right, 24" x 36". 3,000 - 5,000
1521  NIELS FREDERIK SCHIOTTZ-JENSEN (Danish, 1855-1941) "Travelers on a Mountain Road," 1921, oil on canvas. Signed and dated "N.F. Schiottz-Jensen Anticoli 1921" at lower left. 21" x 31" 2,500 - 3,500
1522  AMERICAN Two oil on canvas paintings: George A. Newman (1875-1965), "River in Autumn," lacks lining, signed "Geo. A. Newman" at lower left, 16 3/4" x 12"; Lawrence Nelson Wilbur (1897-1988), "House on a Country Road," 1953, signed and dated "Lawrence Nelson Wilbur 1953" at lower left, 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". 1,000 - 1,200
1523  STYLE OF ERNEST LAWSON (American, 1873-1939) "Country Life," oil on canvas. Wax lining, some restoration and masking varnish. Bears signature "E. Lawson" at lower left, signature appears to float. 16" x 20" 800 - 1,200
1524  W. POST (American, 1856-1935) "Sailboat Race," oil on panel. Under opaque varnish. Signed "W. Post" at lower left. 10" x 19 1/2" 1,200 - 1,800
1525  REGINALD MARSH (American, 1898-1954) "Steamboat," watercolor and charcoal. Another charcoal sketch on reverse. Paper discolored and brittle, two bottom corners separated under tape, needs restoration. Signed "R. Marsh" at lower right. 12" x 18" 1,200 - 1,500
1526  AMERICAN Three oil on canvas paintings: George Riecke (1848-1930), "Cows and Geese," signed "Geo. Riecke" at lower right, 6" x 8"; Frank C. Herbst (American 1912-1970), "Country House with Picket Fence," signed "F.C. Herbst" at lower left, 16" x 20"; Oscar B. Erickson (1883-1968), "Country Road," wax lined, some areas of restoration in sky, signed "Oscar B. Erickson" at lower right, 21 3/4" x 23 3/4". 1,200 - 1,500
1527  AMERICAN Three watercolor paintings: Edmund Henry Osthaus (1858-1928), "Woods in Autumn", 1890, signed and dated "Edm. H. Osthaus 1890" at lower left, 17" x 23" (sight); Karl Schmidt (1890-1962), "Landscape with Mountains", signed "Karl Schmidt" at lower right, 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" (sight); William Merritt Post (1856-1935), "Trees by a Stream", a few small spots, signed "W. Merritt Post" at lower right. 13 1/4" x 22" (sight). 1,000 - 1,200
1528  AMERICAN Two oil on canvas paintings: Hal Robinson (1875-1933), "Rocks by a Cove," signed "Hal Robinson" at lower right, 16" x 20"; Otis Weber (19th-20th C.), "Sailboats at Sea," lined, old restoration throughout sky, signed "Otis Weber" at lower right, 12" x 20". 1,000 - 1,500
1529  AMERICAN Two oil on canvas paintings: Howard Russell Butler (1856-1934), "Desert Mountains," minor losses, signed "H.R. Butler Jr." at lower right, 14" x 20"; Mary Cable Butler (Attr.) (1865-1946), "House in the Mountains," "Mary Butler" hand printed on the reverse, 23 1/2" x 31 1/2". 800 - 1,200
1530  HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958) Two paintings: "Trees by a Bridge," watercolor, signed "Hayley Lever" at lower left, inscribed "Washington, D.C." at lower right, 14 3/4" x 21 3/4"; "Rocky Beach," oil on canvas, signed "Hayley Lever" at lower right, 20" x 24". 2,000 - 2,500
1531  AMERICAN Three watercolor paintings: Sarah M. Barstow (19th C.), "In the Hague," signed "S.M. Barstow" and titled at lower right, 13" x 10 3/4" (sight); George Merritt Clark (1853-1904), "Village on the River," 1894, signed and dated "G. Merritt Clark '94" at lower left, 7 3/4" x 12 1/2" (sight); Frederick DeBourg Richards (1822-1903), "Trees by a Stream," signed "F. DeB. Richards" at lower right, 13 3/4" x 10" (sight). 700 - 900
1532  AMERICAN Three oil on canvas paintings: J. Hammerstad (19th-20th C.), "Forest Stream," signed "J. Hammerstad" at lower right, 15 1/2" x 23 3/4"; George T. Conroy (19th-20th C.), "Autumn Field at Dusk," some craquelure in the sky, needs cleaning, signed "George T. Conroy" at lower right, unframed, 14" x 20"; Richard Kruger (b. 1880), "Stream in the Woods," signed "Richard Kruger" at lower right, 11" x 14". 700 - 900
1533  HENRY GASSER (American, 1909-1981) "Cabin in Snow," gouache on paper, signed "H. Gasser" at lower left, 22 1/2" x 27 1/4". 1,200 - 1,500
1534  AMERICAN Two oil on canvas paintings: Robert Crannell Minor (1839-1904), "Giant of the Valley," wax relining, some old restoration visible at bottom under opaque varnish, signed "Minor" at lower right, 22" x 30"; Ernest Berke (b. 1921), "Figures in a Mexican Town," signed "Ernest Berke" at lower left, 10" x 14". 800 - 1,200
1535  AMERICAN Three watercolor paintings: Harrison Cady (1877-1970), "Figures on a Bridge," 1933, signed "Harrison Cady" and inscribed "Labor in Vain Bridge, Ipswich, July 1933" at lower right, 12 1/2" x 16 1/4" (sight); Hamilton Irving Marlatt (1867-1929), "Stream Through the Hills," 1927, signed and dated "1927 H.I. Marlatt" at lower right, 7 1/2" x 11 1/4"; George Howell Gay (1858-1931), "Rocky Coastline," wood backing needs to be replaced, signed "Geo. Howell Gay" at lower left, 17" x 26 1/2" (sight). 600 - 800
1536  PHILIP HOWARD EVERGOOD (American, 1901-1973) "Old Oak Tree," oil on panel, signed "Philip Evergood" at lower right, signed and titled on reverse, 20" x 24". 1,500 - 2,000
1537  WILLIAM BAPTISTE BAIRD (American, 1847-1899) "Barnyard," oil on board, signed "W.B. Baird" at lower left and inscribed "Paris." 21" x 32" 1,200 - 1,800
1538  GEORGE RIECKE (American, 1848-1930) "Sheep by a Stream," oil on canvas. Lined, a few areas of inpainting in upper right corner of sky. Signed "Geo. Riecke" at lower right. 18" x 30" 1,000 - 2,000
1539  AMERICAN Three oil paintings: William Frederick Paskell (1866-1951), "House at Sunset," small amount of repaint in center, signed "Wm. Paskell" at lower left, 19" x 14"; L. Griffith (20th C.), "Country Road," signed "L. Griffith" at lower right, 27" x 36"; Wayne Beam Morrell (b. 1923), "Amish Country - Bird in Hand, Lancaster County," signed "Wayne Morrell" at lower left, 11" x 20". 800 - 1,200
1540  MARK KOSTABI (American, 1960) "The Flasher," 1988, oil on canvas. Signed and dated "Kostabi 1988" at lower left; signed, titled, dated and inscribed "Andy; Only nuts buy my paintings, so the world will be full of rich nuts. Mark." 29" x 22" 1,000 - 1,500
1541  GEORGES BERTRAND (1849-1929) "Britany Coast," painted oil on wood panel. 9" x 13" framed. 800 - 1,200
1542  FRENCH Two oil paintings: Henri Ducloux (1860-1910), "Gondoliers," two tiny spots of paint loss at lower left corner, signed "H. Ducloux" at lower left, provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach, 13" x 16 1/4"; Adolphe Frederic Lejeune (19th-20th C.), "Town by a River," signed "A.F. Lejeune" at lower right, 13" x 16". 1,500 - 2,000
1543  JEAN-JACQUES HENNER (French, 1829-1905) "Nude in a Landscape," oil on panel. Few areas of restoration, hard to read due to opaque varnish. Signed "JJ Henner" at lower right. 13 1/2" x 25" 1,500 - 2,000
1544  RAPHAEL SOYER (American, 1899-1987) "Woman in Profile," oil on canvas. Lined. Signed "Raphael Soyer" at lower left. 18" x 12" 1,000 - 2,000
1545  MARTHA WALTER (American, 1875-1976) "Two Girls," oil on canvasboard. (Provenance: Estate of Martha Walter, David David Art Gallery, Philadelphia.) Signed "Martha Walter" at lower left. 18" x 15" 2,500 - 3,500
1546  AMERICAN Two oil on canvas paintings: Robert Phillip (1895-1981), "Portrait of a Young Woman," signed "Robert Phillip" at upper right, 16" x 12"; Cecilia E. Smith Wentworth (1853-1933), "Mother and Child," lined, masking varnish, appears to have old restoration, signed "Cecilia Wentworth" at lower left, 14" x 10 1/2". 1,000 - 1,200
1547  AMERICAN Three paintings: David Burliuk (1882-1967), "Walk Along Country Road," watercolor on paper, signed "David Burliuk" at lower right, 10" x 14"; Leon Louie Dolice (1892-1960), "City at Night," pastel, signed "Dolice" at lower left, 11 3/4" x 17 3/4" (sight); George Emerick Essig (1838-1926), "Breaking Waves," watercolor, some foxing and discoloration of paper, signed "George E. Essig" at lower left, 16 1/4" x 27" (sight). 800 - 1,200
1548  LUIGI CORBELLINI (Italian, 1901-1968) "City View," 1955, oil on canvas. Signed "Corbellini" at lower right, titled "New York 1955 Vue de L'H“tel San Carlo East 50th Street" on reverse. 13" x 16" 800 - 1,200
1549  ROLAND OUDOT (French, 1897-1981) "Still Life with Crab and Mussels," oil on canvas. Signed "Roland Oudot" at lower left. 15" x 18" 600 - 800
1550  ASIAN MAGAZINES Box lot of past issues of China Reconstructs, Echo and Arts of Asia magazines. 30 - 50
1551  ASIAN ART Box lot of past issues of Orientations magazine. 30 - 50
1552  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1553  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1554  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1555  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1556  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1557  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1558  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1559  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50
1560  ASIAN ART Box lot of books, reference materials, magazines and past auction catalogues. 30 - 50

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