Leopold Stickley Cherry Valley Collection dresser, circa 1945-1985, having four drawers with dovetail construction, and a molded base on bracket feet; the separate dresser top mirror having shaped arms and base. The dresser measures 37-1/4” high, 42” wide, and 22” deep, and markers marked to the top drawer. The mirror measures 22” high, 33-1/2” wide, and 8-3/8” deep, and marked with paper label to the back. Damage to top, please refer to photographs. All measurements are approximate.
Rufino Tamayo "Cabeza de Hombre" Gouache on Paper
Rufino Tamayo (New York/Mexico, 1899 - 1991) unframed gouache on paper titled "Cabeza de Hombre", signed and dated "Tamayo 0-81" to lower right. Measures 24" in height with width of 18". This piece comes without certificate of authenticity, but signature and style are consistent with those of the artist's known works. In overall good condition, all measurements are approximate. This piece is accompanied by a letter of provenance from a previous owner, please see photographs.
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English Georgian walnut banquet table, three leaves each having turned columns on four splayed legs with paw feet resting on casters, includes two addition leaves; measures 28-3/4" in height, 51-3/8" in width, and 50-3/8" in length. Removable center pedestal leaf measures 24-1/4" in length. One additional leaf measures 19-3/4” in length, the other 19-1/2” in length. It is our recommendation that all lots be examined in person by prospective bidders or by a trusted expert they have asked to advise on the purchase.
David Thomas Muirhead (United Kingdom, 1867-1930) “Waiting at the Window”, signed lower right. Restored. Frame measures 33-1/4” in height by 23-1/4" in width with the stretcher measuring 30” in height by 20” in width. Measurements are approximate. It is our recommendation that all lots be examined in person by prospective bidders or by a trusted expert they have asked to advise on the purchase.
Vintage Persian rug with a multicolored triple banded floral border, and having a white and blue center medallion to an all over geometric field; measures approximately 7’10” wide and 9’10” long. Showing some staining and loss to the fringe.
Reed & Barton #670 coffee and tea service to include: one coffee pot 26.52 ozt, one tea pot 24.50 ozt, one creamer 9.27 ozt, one covered sugar bowl 14.46 ozt and one waste bowl 9.94 ozt; coffee pot measures approximately 9-3/4” high, and 11” wide (from handle to spout). All with makers mark to the bottom. Total weight 84.69 ozt.
Edwin Parker "Cy" Twombly, Jr. (April 25, 1928-July 5, 2011) unframed & unstretched floral abstract acrylic on canvas in green, red, yellow, & purple hues measuring 51" in height with width of 70". Signed verso consistent with the artist's markings. This piece comes with a letter of provenance, but without certificate of authenticity. In overall good condition, all measurements are approximate.
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$20,000 - $30,000
Also having a lidded box and coin holder, carved scallop shell for the coins, and with a large serpent, an alligator, flowers and leaves. Age checks to the wood and with repairs.
$2,000 - $4,000
Ten 19th Century painted soapstone Chinese deities, each carved with painted details and mounted on a carved mountain form base. Measures approximately 10-3/4” high, 13-3/4” wide, and 4” deep.
$1,600 - $1,800
William Howard Donahue (New York, b. 1891) a clouded Lyme, Connecticut landscape, signed lower left W.H. Donahue ‘18. Information verso backing. In a labeled gilt Newcomb-Macklin frame. Frame measures 13-1/2” in height by 17-5/8” in width with the stretcher measuring 14” in height by 10-1/4” in width.
$1,500 - $2,500
19th Century Baccarat sweetmeat dish of molded glass, the rectangular dish resting on a gilt metal cradle carried by two gilt cast metal figures, all on a molded glass tray. Both pieces marked Baccarat. Measures 5-1/4” high, 9-3/4” long, and 4-3/4” deep.
$600 - $800
19th Century wood panel of a battle scene carved in deep openwork relief. An architectural element, possibly from a screen or cabinet. Remnants of paint and gilding. Measures approximately 10” high, 31-1/2” wide, and 2-1/2” deep.
$400 - $600
Biedermeier chest of drawers having breadboard ends to the top, a flat front hidden top drawer over three drawers with replaced pulls and flanked by tapered turned columns resting on cylindrical plinth / feet. Condition consistent with age and use. Measures approximately 34-1/4” high, 44-1/2” wide, 22” deep.
$800 - $1,200