Winter Associates Auction

When:
Mon Jan 13, 2014 06:30PM
Where:
21 Cooke St
Plainville, CT

AUCTION: Monday, January 13th, 6:30 pm
Previews: Sunday, January 12th, 2 - 4 pm;
Monday, January 13th, 3 - 6:15 pm or by appt.
Heavy Snow Date: Call to Confirm
Shepherd Holcombe Antique Miniatures; Also Americana, Fine Paintings, Illustrations, Prints, Silver, Books, Oriental Rugs, Etc.
View catalogue online at www.AuctionsAppraisers.com
Location: 20 min. West of Hartford, CT
Approx. 2 hours from NYC or Boston. Terms: 15% Buyer’s Prem., Cash/approved check MC/Visa/Disc.
21 Cooke Street Plainville, CT 06062 860-793-0288

19th C. CT Chair; Mahogany Desk S. Georg Jensen Sterling Amos Doolittle, Rev. War engravings (1 of 2)
Miniature Cast Iron, 17” h. Anthony Thieme, oil, 11” x 15” Chairs, 8” h.; 20+ Miniatures
19th C.mahogany
Antiques: American: 19th C. Windsor arm chair w/ unusual left-handed writing surface, 35” h.; 18th C. Fed. CT cherry side chair; 18th C. tilt top table w/ bird cage; cherry w/ pine chest on chest, 74” h.; Sheraton bookcase desk w/ flip lid, mahogany w/ pine; Chipp. tiger maple chest of drawers; Hepp. style two-part desk, mahogany & mahogany veneer; early
19th C. bow front chest; early 19th C. RI Windsor arm chair; early 19th C. cherry tri-arch Fed. side chair; early 19th C. ladder back chairs w/ original paint (4); Chipp. form slant lid desk w/ serpentine front; late 19th C. pine bookcase desk; Vict. standing fire screen w/ mahogany standard & needlepoint; pr. fancy painted side chairs; pine chest on chest; standing cabinet w/ red paint, heron painted dec.; drop leaf gate leg dining table, etc. English & Continental: 19th C. butler’s desk w/bookcase, mahogany & mahogany veneer; W. & Mary form highboy, walnut & walnut veneer; painted Scandinavian cabinet, 66” h.; oval table w/ marquetry inlay; small mahogany chest w/ slide; Provincial side chairs (4); round game table
w/ tooled leather top, mahogany & mahogany veneer; single drawer stand w/ inlay; Chipp. mirrors, one w/ phoenix relief, one w/ scroll cut pediment; Federal mirror w/ projecting cornice w/ drop pendants, etc. Fine Furnishings: Col. Williamsburg Q. Anne style tea table by Kittinger; Sheraton style double canopy bed w/ turned posts, mahogany; Chipp. style figured maple slant-lid desk; Sheraton style Hickory Chair Co. settee; Saginaw mahogany & mahogany veneer bow front china display cabinet; 20th C. mahogany bookcase w/ pierced lattice fronts; “Virginia Craftsmen” Windsor chair w/ writing surface; Hitchcock chairs (4); Shaker type rocking arm chair, etc. Shepherd Holcombe Miniatures: Furniture: early 19th C. George III English or Scottish sideboard, 17” h. x 26” w.; pair side chairs in manner of Duncan Phyfe, 8” h.; Hepp. form linen press, mahogany & rosewood, 19” h.; 2-pc Sheraton secretary bookcase, 25” h.; pianoforte form music box w/ faux inlaid ivory keys, 6” h.; Fed. chest of drawers, 9” h.; mahogany chest of drawers, Margolis bench made, 13” h.; Fed. drop leaf table, 10” h.; lowboy, 8” h., etc. Other: brass pcs incl. kettle, trivet, & candlesticks; early 19th C. Davenport tureen, 5” h.; children’s tea and partial dinner service sets, etc. Salesman’s samples: semi-porcelain sink, 9” w.; Grey Iron Casting Co. “Spark” salesman’s sample pot belly stove, 14” h., etc. Patent models: c. 1862 William Tunstill braiding machine, 13” h.; c. 1866 Melchor Mellinger foot stove; c. 1871 Rohdin & Ostergren heating stove, 7” h.; Herbert H. Ham, Boston, MA arm chair w/ winged seat that converts to table, 6” h.; “Improved Gate Latch & Release”, 11” h., etc. Miniature Cook stoves: one w/ extensive accessories incl. molds, pans, and tools, 18” h.; G. F. Filley c. 1871 cook stove w/ various accessories, 14” h.; Grey Iron Casting Co. “Spark” salesman’s sample pot belly stove, 14” h.; “Crescent” model, 11” h., etc.
Child’s size: 18th C. corner chair, 19” h.; early 19th C. mahogany chair w/ scrolled arms; early 20th C. stamped Shaker armchair; Shaker form rocking armchair, 27” h.; Empire chest of drawers, mahogany veneer, 22” h.; drop leaf table, mahogany, 12” h.; tilt top Q. Anne style candle stand, 15” h.; 20th C. Q. Anne style wingback chair, 29” h.; late 19th C. brass doll’s bed, 21” h.; recamier sofa, 40” w., etc. Fine Art: Sean Beavers oil; Sergei Bongart wc; Warren Boucher oils (3); Carl W. Broemel wc; Harrison Cady wc & pen illustrations (10); Ivan F. Choultse oil; Alfred Czerepak oils (2); Margaret Gerding oils (2), both measuring 44” h. x 53” w.; Gordon H. Grant wc; Thomas B. Griffin oil; Henry Hitchings wc; Marion Huse oils (4); William Jackman wc (2); Charles Russell Loomis oil; Jack Lundsal wc; Frank McAleer oil; John McClelland oil; Leo Mielziner mixed media, portrait of Mark Twain; Tom Nicholas oil & wc; Charles E. Pont wcs (6); A.B. Porter oil; Morton Roberts wc; Carl Schleicher oil; Jonathan Scoville oils (8); Dennis Sheehan oils (2); Frank Hill Smith oil; D. Stockton Smith oil; Don Stone wc; Anthony Thieme oil; Alexsander Yelagin tempera; Christopher Zhang oils (2); attr. John F. Kensett; pair 19th C. portraits of man, gentleman & lady; barn landscapes, marine paintings, Parisian scenes; reproduction tavern or pub sign, “The Royal Falconer”, etc. Prints: Amos Doolittle, two early colored engravings, Plate II & Plate IV depicting events from Rev. War battles of Lexington & Concord; Audubon chromolith. / Bien ed., “Golden-Winged Woodpecker”; Gordon H. Grant lithos (3); Edna Hibel litho; Doris Lee litho.; Peter Moran etching; Tavik Simon aquatint ; Lawrence B. Smith litho.; John Stobart, “Hartford, AView of the State House…”; J.A.M. Whistler etching; John Zaccheo;
Currier & Ives; colored litho. “Meet at Badminton”; prints depicting French scenes (2), etc. Sculpture: late 19th C. marble sculpture, likely bust of Caesar Augustus, 19” h.; Damon Hildreth modern brass sculptural dish, 12” l.; Katherine T. Prescott white plaster bust of Wordsworth character “Lucy”, 19” h., etc. Sterling: French flatware set by Emile Puiforcat
(94 pcs); Soren Georg Jensen salt & pepper shakers & mustard jars (10 pcs); Gorham “Old French” flatware (148 pcs); Towle “Fontana” flatware (40 pcs); S. Kirk & Son Repoussé flatware (55 pcs); Tiffany & Co. serving pcs; Tiffany & Co. sugar / creamer; English 3-pc coffee set; Gorham repoussé oval serving bowl; Georg Jensen “Acorn” serving spoon & fork;
early American silver incl. flatware, ladle, & baleen twisted handle ladle; Towle, etc. Asparagus Tongs: 13 pairs including c. 1890 Tiffany & Co.; Reed & Barton “Francis I”; Charles Shiebler, similar “Flora” pattern, etc. Silver plate: c. 1884 William Hutton & Sons nautilus form spoon warmer; Derby Silver Co. weighted 5-light candelabra; Reed & Barton standing card tray w/ figural dec.; cake basket raised on claw feet; asparagus tongs (11), etc. Jewelry: 14K yellow gold charm bracelet w/ charms; assorted 10-20K yellow gold pins, class rings, charms, some with gemstones, etc.; Kalo, Hobe, & Marianne Berg silver pins, some sterling, etc. Costume Jewelry: large assortment of rings, bracelets, bangles, cuffs, necklaces, pins & brooches incl. Mexican/Southwestern, mixed metal, coral & shell, etc. Asian: Sculpture: late 19th C. Japanese bronze sculpture of man w/monkey, detached drum, 18” h.; Chinese bronze urn converted to lamp, 24” h., etc. Other: 19th C. porcelain bowl, 10” dia.; Chinese sweet meat dishes; 18th C. Chinese Export vase/garniture; Near Eastern copper (2
pcs), etc. Woodblock Prints & Art: Christopher Zhang oils (2); Utagawa Hiroshige (6); Persian drawings (5), etc. Books: Mid-20th C. Limited Ed. Club hardcover volumes, many in slip jackets & signed by illustrators (50+), etc. Ephemera: Washington Irving autograph; 19th -20th C. pop-up valentines, trade & post cards, scrapbook albums; early 19th C. school
ephemera, etc. Ceramics: Staffordshire: J. & R. Clews platter depicting Landing of Gen. Lafayette, 12” l.;. covered sugar bowl; “Dr. Syntax Painting a Portrait” plate, 10” dia. Other: Tiffany & Co. Spode “Sheffield” partial service (20+ pcs); Royal Worcester partial service (100+ pcs); Spode Copelands “Shanghai” partial service (40 pcs); Meissen pcs (7) incl. 3
bowls, 10-11” dia.; 3 pcs stoneware incl. one from Bennington, VT and one from New Britain, CT, 17” h., all w/ cobalt dec.; Royal Doulton Burslem punch bowl, Venetian scene, 14” dia.; Wedgwood Yale University souvenir plates, 10” dia. (8); Wedgwood pottery (4); Staffordshire & flow blue serving platters & covered tureens; Bavaria “Thomas” gilt acidetched
plates (6), etc. Glass: Orrefors glassware (87 pcs); Webb Hawkes type glassware (54 pcs); pr. Steuben urns, 6” h.; ruby cut to clear glassware; cut crystal candlesticks; Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio stained & leaded art glass panel, etc.
Rugs: Antique: Persian Bidjar, 19’ x 7’; South Persian, etc. Semi-Antique: Persian Sarouk; Chinese pictorial; Turkish mats, etc. Modern: Indo-Persian; Sino-Persian; Persian Ardibil; Indo-Chinese; Persian Beluch prayer rug; Chinese faux silk rug; Chinese chain stitch rug; S. American Yu Lorraine, etc. Textiles: English: 1798 sampler by Sarah Constable;
1823 sampler by Laura W. Mewton; 19th C. “Woolie” embroidered picture, etc. American: 1799 prob. mid-Atlantic region sampler by Delilah Bradford; early 19th C. sampler by Hannah Poole; c. 1830 Wolcott, CT sampler by Sarah M. Tuttle; c. 1826 embroidered Tuttle Family Register; 1798 sampler by Maria Wiggers; 1809 sampler by Catharine Van Liew, etc.
Other: crewel work curtains (6), etc. Important Misc.: late 19th C. reverse artist’s proof cigar advertising poster featuring Mark Twain; 19th C. cast-iron balustrade fragments from Watch Hill Inn, Watch Hill, RI (13 pcs); mid-20th C. Cram’s Unrivaled Terrestrial Glove, 12” dia., w/ stand measuring 36” h.; array of brassware incl. candlesticks; 19th C. cast-iron &
copper kitchen tools & vessels; 19th C. fireplace accoutrements; treenware incl. monumental bowl, 17” dia.; 19th C. single runner painted sled; pewter bear form ice cream mold; Sp. Colonial santos, 12” h.; 19th C. surgeon’s tools in case; architectural element of lion’s head; oval-shaped frame most likely once containing daguerreotypes of Civil War soldiers; 20th C. wall sconces incl. B & H (10 pcs), etc. LOCATION: 20 mins. west of Hartford, CT. Approx. 2 hours. from NYC or Boston. I-84W: exit 33 to Rt. 72W to exit 2, left onto 372W, first right onto Cooke St., 2nd drive on left; I-84E: exit 34, left onto Crooked St., left onto 372W, after 6/10 mile take right onto Cooke St., 2nd drive on left. TERMS: 15% Buyer’s Prem., MC/VISA/DISC, Cash, Approved Checks; Absentee, phone and online bids accepted.
Ivan F. Choultse, oil, 25" x 31"
S. Georg Jensen Sterling E. Puiforcat Sterling (94 pcs) Anthony Thieme, oil, 11" x 15" A. Doolittle, Rev. War engravings (1 of 2) A. Yelagin, oil, 31" h.
Tom Nicholas, oil, 9" x 13"
Meissen, 10-11" dia. M. Gerding, oil, 44" x 53"
18th C.; Painted Fancy Scandinavian, 66" h. Left-handed Windsor 19th C. Mahogany Gen. Lafayette, etc. Audubon, 45" h. Cady Illus. (1 of 10)
Frank Hill Smith, oil, 16" x 24"
19th C. CT Chair; Mahogany
Miniature Cast Iron, 17" h. Patent Models (1 of 8) Repoussé Sterling Christopher Zhang, oil, 19" x 29"
Thomas Griffin; Tiger Maple
S. Holcombe Antique Miniatures, etc., 25+ [LR : Linen Press, 19" h.; Wing chair, 29" h.; Bookcase desk, 25" h. & Empire C. Margolis chest, 13" h.; George III Sideboard, 17" h.]

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