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1 Chinese Porcelain Vase on Stand, late 19th/early 20th century, the large baluster-form vase with kui dragon handles and a scalloped lip, rendered in a famille rose palette with reserves depicting scenes of birds and flowers, the underside unmarked, displayed on a marble-top carved wooden stand, h. 24", dia. 9-1/2".
Estimate: 600 - 900
2 Pair of Chinese Rose Medallion Vases, 19th century, the pair of ornate vases with gilded foo dogs and salamanders at the neck, the reserves depicting figures and arrangements of birds and flowers, unmarked, h. 14", dia. 7".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
3 Chinese Export Famille Verte Punch Bowl, fourth quarter 18th century, decorated with scenes inspired by a set of four hunt engravings, after James Seymour (English, 1702-1752), divided into two scenes, divided by panels of "Y" diapering on a brick-red ground, h. 4-1/2", dia. 11-1/4".
Estimate: 700 - 1000
4 Chinese Export Rose Medallion Vase, 19th century, the vessel in the form of a zun, bronzed with a flared lip and foot, decorated with reserves depicting groups of figures and arrangements of birds, flowers and butterflies, the underside unmarked, h. 15-1/4", dia. 10".
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
5 Chinese Imari Kangxi (1662-1722) Porcelain Dinner Plate, first quarter 18th century, decorated with gilt-highlighted peonies in the Imari palette, the underside unmarked, dia. 11". Provenance: Ralph M. Chait, New York, New York.
Estimate: 600 - 900
6 Queen Anne Walnut and Oak Highboy, 18th century, the rectangular top above three small drawers over three graduated long drawers, all with banding, raised on a lower section fitted with a central drawer flanked by a small deep drawer, raised on cabriole legs ending in pad feet, h. 55", w. 38-1/2", d. 22".
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
7 Set of Three Chinese Export Porcelain Dinner Plates, ca. 1800, each plate with a ribbon border and decorated with scattered flowers in the famille rose palette, dia. 9".
Estimate: 700 - 1000
8 Pair of Anglo-American Market Chinese Export Soup Plates, ca. 1800, decorated with sepia rondels of tropical views of a neoclassical mansion, a couple in western dress in the foreground, the borders with hand-painted flowers on a mottled ground, dia. 10".
Estimate: 500 - 800
9 Queen Anne Walnut Lowboy, 18th century, the rounded rectangular top banded and above a case fitted with a single drawer over three short drawers above a scalloped apron, raised on cabriole legs ending in pad feet, h. 28", w. 29", d. 19-1/2".
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
10 Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Chargers, third quarter 18th century, the molded edges framing a depiction of pine trees and peonies in a lancet border, dia. 12-1/4".
Estimate: 700 - 1000
11 Handsome Pair of Chinese Export Famille Rose Cans, fourth quarter 18th century, decorated with scattered sprigs and moths, with a Greek-key border and twisted handles, h. 5-1/2", dia. 3-1/4".
Estimate: 600 - 900
12 Suite of Eight George III-Style Fruitwood Dining Chairs, in the Sheraton manner, comprised of two armchairs and six sidechairs, each with a curved and banded crest above an interlacing X-form back, the padded seat raised on reeded tapering square legs joined by an H-form stretcher, h. 34".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
13 Suite of Eight George III-Style Mahogany and Fruitwood Dining Chairs, mid-19th century, consisting of two armchairs and six sidechairs, each with a ribbed splat back above the curved wooden seat, raised on tapering square legs joined by a box stretcher, h. 32-1/2".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
14 Regency-Style Mahogany Dining Table, the rounded rectangular top with a reeded edge and raised on two pedestals, each with a ring-turned graduated standard to three splayed legs ending in brass caps and casters, h. 29", w. 42", l. 66", extended l. 83-1/2".
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
15 Pair of Neoclassical-Style Patinated Metal Arched Mirrors, each with a central beveled mirror plate, h. 68", w. 31".
Estimate: 450 - 700
16 George III-Style Mahogany Side Table/Server, the rectangular top banded and with a shaped front, above a conforming frieze fitted with three drawers, all banded, raised on tapering square legs ending in spade feet, h. 33", w. 77", d. 24".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
17 British School (Fourth Quarter 19th Century), "Expansive Landscape with a Creek and a Mill", oil on canvas, unsigned, 18" x 26". Framed.
Estimate: 800 - 1200
18 George III Mahogany Bookcase, fourth quarter 18th century, the pierced broken swan's neck pediment, centered by an annulated finial, above two astragal-glazed doors, the lower section fitted with two paneled cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base, h. 111", w. 64", d. 25".
Estimate: 4000 - 7000
19 Two Chinese Export Famille Verte Plates, probably late 18th century, the two rounded dishes with central reserves depicting an arrangement of flowers, h. 2", dia. 16-1/4".
Estimate: 1800 - 2500
20 George III Mahogany Roll-Top Desk, fourth quarter 18th century, the rectangular top above a roll top opening to a pull-out trisected leather writing surface, the center section hinged and with an easel back, and a variety of drawers and cubbyholes, over two short drawers and two graduated long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, h. 41", w. 45", d. 23-1/2".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
21 John Henderson (Scottish, 1860-1924), "Cottage by the River", oil on canvas, signed lower left, 24" x 36". Framed.
Estimate: 2000 - 4000
22 Pair of Georgian-Style Brass-Bound Mahogany Wine Coolers/Planters, ca. 1900, the leaf-molded urn-form coolers with carved brass inserts and upper border, h. 18-1/2", dia. 13-1/2".
Estimate: 1800 - 2500
22A George II Giltwood Looking Glass, 18th century, with shell and foliate ornamentation, h. 51", w. 26".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
23 George III Mahogany Side Table, fourth quarter 18th century, in the Chinese Chippendale taste, the rectangular top above a conforming blind fret-carved frieze, raised on like-carved square legs ending in block feet, h. 32-1/2", w. 71-1/2", d. 24".
Estimate: 3000 - 5000
24 George III-Style Mahogany Side Table, early 20th century, in the Chinese Chippendale taste, the breakfront rectangular top above a conforming blind fret-carved frieze, raised on like-fretted square legs, h. 36", w. 68-1/2", d. 25-1/2".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
25 Three-Fold Canvas and Leather Screen, each fold depicting various figures in Oriental garb amidst buildings and a lakeside landscape, overall, h. 68-1/2", w. 51".
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
26 Edwardian Mahogany Tea Table in the Chinese Chippendale Taste, first quarter 20th century, with the celluloid label of Edward and Roberts, London, the serpentine square top over a carved apron, raised on pierced legs, h. 28-3/8", w. 28-1/4", d. 28-1/4".
Estimate: 500 - 800
27 Pair of Continental Bronze Argente Two-Light Sconces, second quarter 20th century, each shield-shaped backplate centering a large oval "cabochon" surrounded by pointed floral banding and crested by addorsed scrolls, fitted with two flat-column arms, each terminating in a large pan and waisted nozzle, fitted with faux candles, the wiring cut, h. 10-1/2", w. 11", d. 5-3/4".
Estimate: 500 - 800
28 Pair of George II-Style Giltwood Eagle Brackets, 19th century or earlier, the true pair of brackets with opposing eagles perched on pierced rocaille backplates, the shelves with scalloped and carved edges, h. 18-3/4", w. 11-1/2", d. 6-3/4".
Estimate: 500 - 800
29 George III Mahogany Chest-on-Chest, fourth quarter 18th century, in the Chinese Chippendale taste, the molded and dentillated cornice above a fret-carved frieze and two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, all flanked to either side by a canted blind fret upright, the lower section fitted with a pull-out slide over three graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet, h. 75-1/2", w. 46-1/2", d. 22-1/2".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
30 Edwardian Parcel-Gilt and Mahogany Mirror, first quarter 20th century, in the Adam taste, the mahogany-veneered frame set with a crest of pierced scrollwork and an urn-form finial, with bellflowers on each side, h. 57", w. 28". Provenance: Royal Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Estimate: 700 - 1000
31 English Embroidered Panel Depicting a Royal Procession, 18th century, the overall delicately rendered chain stitch in fine wool thread on a natural linen backing, the edges of backing bearing traces of design/plan measurements in red ink, h. 16-1/2", w. 109-1/2".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
32 Regency-Style Anglo-Irish Cut Crystal Twelve-Light Candelabrum, mid-20th century, probably Waterford, the diamond-cut vasiform standard set with candles on three levels, the cut glass cups trimmed with gilt, h. 36-3/4", dia. 19-3/4".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
33 Rare Georgian Cut Glass Cruet Set, ca. 1800, Anglo-Irish or Continental, the wood and tole stand in a remarkably preserved state, with nearly all of the leather cover intact, the bottles with their original stoppers, h. 9-1/2", w. 8", d. 4-3/4".
Estimate: 450 - 700
34 George III-Style Pine and Pickled Pine Server, 20th century, the rectangular top above a frieze fitted with two drawers, each with applied swag designs, raised above a shaped frieze on cabriole legs headed by foliate carving and ending in peg toes, h. 31-1/2", w. 54", d. 22".
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
35 Pair of George III-Style Mahogany Wingback Chairs, early 20th century, each with a slightly domed padded back, joined by shaped sides and outscrolled arms to the padded seat, raised on square legs joined by an H-form stretcher, h. 45".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
36 English Regency-Style Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, fourth quarter 19th century, with a silverplated escutcheon and cover cartouche, raised on ball feet, h. 4-3/4", w. 6-1/2", d. 3-3/4".
Estimate: 700 - 1000
37 Victorian Tortoiseshell Two-Compartment Tea Caddy, fourth quarter 19th century, in the Regency style, with canted corners and a mansard-shaped lid, finished with a mother-of-pearl escutcheon and knobs on the interior lids, h. 5-3/4", w. 7-1/4", d. 4-1/4".
Estimate: 700 - 1000
38 George III Mahogany Bowfront Sideboard, ca. 1800, the shallow central drawer flanked by deep drawers, one retaining fittings for bottles, raised on tapering Hepplewhite legs with spade feet, h. 36", w. 65", d. 24-1/4".
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
39 George II Sterling Silver Salver, hallmarked London, 1758-1759, by Thomas Gilpin, of circular form, with raised serpentine-lobed rim and three bracketed shell feet, the plateau engraved with the rococo-mantled arms of Stewart of Glassermont, h. 2", dia. 14-1/4", 44.81 total t. oz.
Estimate: 5000 - 8000
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41 George III Sterling Silver Cake Basket, hallmarked London, 1766-1767, by Elizabeth Aldridge, of oval form, the sides with beaded spiral gadroons separating panels reticulated in various patterns, with bead-and-bobbin rim sectioned by rococo shells, with ovolo pierced swing handle en suite, the whole raised on an openwork rocaille base with four integral feet, the bowl engraved with the later baronial arms of Methuen quartering Cobb impaling Mildmay quartering St. John, h. 3-3/8" (11-1/4" with handle), l. 14-3/4", w. 13-1/2", 32.27 t. oz. The arms here are those of Paul Methuen (1779-1849), 1st Baron Methuen, son of Paul Cobb Methuen and Matilda Gooch, and his wife Jane Dorothea St. John-Mildmay (1788-1846), daughter of Sir Henry Paulet St. John and Jane Mildmay. Given that Methuen was not elevated to the barony until 1838, these arms are clearly a mid-19th-century addition; indeed traces of an earlier armorial are visible on the underside.
Estimate: 3000 - 5000
42 George III Hester Bateman Sterling Silver Cream Boat, hallmarked London, 1783-1784, of traditional bulbous oval form, with everted spout, scalloped rim, crested double "C"-scroll handle and raised on three pad feet, h. 3-1/4", l. 4-3/4", w. 2-1/4", 2.44 t. oz.
Estimate: 800 - 1200
43 George III Irish Sterling Silver Waiter, hallmarked Dublin, no date letter but third quarter 18th century, by James Warren (free 1752; died 1789), of circular form, with elaborate "Chippendale" rim and raised of three scroll feet, the plateau engraved with a broad rocaille band centering a crest of a dove before an anchor, dia. 6-1/2", 9.58 t. oz.
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
44 George III Irish Sterling Silver Ladle, hallmarked Dublin, 1802, by "JS", in the traditional "Old English" pattern, with bright-cut and star decoration, engraved with the arms of Middleton of co. Cambridge and Stockeld, co. York, l. 13-1/4", 5.65 t. oz.
Estimate: 500 - 800
45 George III Irish Sterling Silver Sugar Basket, hallmarked Dublin, 1799, by John Stoyte, of navette form, with upswept fluted ends, decorated with engraved floral paterae and wrigglework banding above opposing navette-shaped cartouches en suite, raised on a waisted stem above a conforming foot, with reeded swing handle, one cartouche engraved with the crest of Taylor, Marquess of Headfort, h. 5-1/4" (8-1/2" with handle), l. 7-5/8", w. 5", 8.80 t. oz..
Estimate: 800 - 1200
46 Good Set of Four George III Sterling Silver Sauce Tureens, hallmarked London, 1778-1779, by Henry Greenway, each of oval form, with beaded rim, arched reeded handles, fitted domed lid with urn-form finial and raised on a conforming foot, engraved on the body with the arms of Rouse-Boughton, h. 5-1/4", l. 9", w. 4-1/4", 74.84 total t. oz.. The arms here are those of Sir Charles William Rouse-Bougton (1747-1821), Baronet of Rouse Lench from 1791 and of Lawford from 1794. He served in several administrative and judicial positions in the East India Company from 1765, returning to England in 1778, where he was elected M.P. for Evesham 1780-1790 and for Bramber 1796-1800. Sir Charles' story was presented in a 2010 episode of BBC2's Who Do You Think You Are? featuring his direct descendant, British comedian Alexander Armstrong. For other items of Rouse-Boughton's silver, see Christie's London Sale 5513, November 22, 1995, lots 92, 93 and 101.
Estimate: 8000 - 12000
47 Good Pair of George III Sterling Silver Waiters, hallmarked London, 1777-1778, by John Schofield, each of oval form, with beaded rim and four shell feet, the plateau engraved with the arms of Baron Camelford, Pitt of Boconnoc, co. Cornwall, presumably for Thomas Pitt, 1st Baron Camelford (1737-1793), l. 9-1/8", w. 7-1/8", 26.68 total t. oz.
Estimate: 4500 - 7000
48 Pair of George III Sterling Silver Sauce Tureens, hallmarked London, 1780-1781, by Wakelin & Taylor, in the neoclassical taste, each of oval form with upswept ends, decorated with fluted calyx and beaded rim, with arched reeded handles and conforming foot, engraved with the crest of Abbott, h. 5-1/4", l. 8-3/4", w. 4-3/8", 31.63 total t. oz.
Estimate: 3500 - 5000
49 George III Sterling Silver Tray, hallmarked London, 1796-1797, by William Bennett, of oval form, with reeded rim and opposing handles en suite, the plateau engraved with a border of gadrooned fern, with a central foliate cartouche monogrammed "WSW", the underside with later presentation inscription "E.J. Clay from M.W. Allen", l. 21-7/8", w. 14", l. 22", 66.87 t. oz.
Estimate: 4000 - 7000
               
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