Oct 16, 2010 Auction Highlights

Highlights from the October 16th, 2010 Southern Antiques Auction in Knoxville are listed below:

(prices realized include a buyer's premium)

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5: East TN-related Documents, Civil War Era

5: East TN-related Documents, Civil War Era

Haun Related Papers, Civil War Era, 5 items. 1st item – Civil War pass for safe transport through Confederate lines, date November 2, 1867. Signed by John E. Toole from the Office Provost Marshall, Headquarters of East TN. 2nd item – Teacher's certificate from Tennessee Public Schools to a Mr. J. K. Haun, presented in 1874. 3rd item – Household inventory dated 1862. 4th item – Teaching certificate granted to Malinda McDonnald, on July 4th 1857. 5th item – Written request for a catalog marked 1898.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $150.00
Realized Price: $431.25
6: $5 Obsolete Currency Note, Bank of Jefferson, Dandri

6: $5 Obsolete Currency Note, Bank of Jefferson, Dandri

Rare Dandridge, TN, The Bank of Jefferson, $5, Obsolete currency note, depicting milkmaid with cattle and chickens at the center with vignette of young girl shading her eyes lower left. Printed by Bald, Cousland & Co., Philadelphia. Bears contemporary stamp stating "Property of American Bank Note Co." on back. Condition: Choice with some spotting. Note: According to Paul E. Garland, author of "The History of Early Tennessee Banks and Their Issues", very few records survive from this institution and he ranks this note as a 14 on a rarity scale ranging from 1 – 15 with 15 being unique.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $402.50
11: Theodore Roosevelt signed & dated photograph

11: Theodore Roosevelt signed & dated photograph

Theodore Roosevelt signed photographic print, oval photograph of Roosevelt hand signed "Theodore Roosevelt May 18th 1905", imprinted "copyrighted 1903 C.M. Bell Photographic Co., Washington, DC". Overall fading to paper, signature and date in good condition. Sight: 7 5/8" H x 5 9/16" W; framed: 8 1/4" H x 6 1/4" W.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $805.00
12: 35-Star American Flag, dated 1866

12: 35-Star American Flag, dated 1866

35 star American flag from West Virginia, red, white and blue stripes made of wool bunting and stars made from cotton, all hand stitched. Signed in margin " Dr. L. B. Putnam, 1866". Losses to fabric throughout. 72 1/2" H x 115" W.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $1,100.00
Realized Price: $920.00
16: Remington Double Barrel Derringer model 3 plus Eagl

16: Remington Double Barrel Derringer model 3 plus Eagl

1st item: Remington Over/Under Double Barrel Derringer, model 3, manufactured between 1888 and 1912, with "Remington Arms Co. Ilion, N.Y." on the barrel rib. Nickel finished with niter blue hammer and spur trigger. Fitted with checkered hard rubber grips. 41 gauge. Serial number 794, stamped on underside of bottom barrel. Condition: Losses to nickel plate, some wear on grip. 2nd item: Indian War or Civil War brass belt buckle, marked on underside with the initials "EGL". Good condition. 2" H x 2 3/4" W x 1/2" D. 19th century. (2 items)

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $373.75
17: Flintlock Tinder Pistol Lighter

17: Flintlock Tinder Pistol Lighter

Flintlock tinder pistol lighter, European or American, with engraved wooden handle (foliate carving on tang), steel body, trigger, hammer and stand, hidden compartment for tinder and a receptacle on side for small candle or rush. Not marked. Overall good condition with slight age cracks to wood. 7 3/4" L x 4 1/4" H. 18th/Early 19th Century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $977.50
18: East Tennessee Bowie Knife

18: East Tennessee Bowie Knife

East Tennessee pre-Civil War bowie knife, made by a trained knife maker, with rosewood grip, brass end cap, iron guard and blade and original leather scabbard. 13 1/2" Length. Circa 1840-1860. Provenance – Descended through a Knoxville, TN family.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $632.50
23: Thomas Campbell, Tennessee landscape with bridge

23: Thomas Campbell, Tennessee landscape with bridge

East Tennessee oil on board landscape depicting bridge over stream with two figures, by Thomas Campbell (Tennessee, 1834 – 1914), unsigned. Original frame. Written en verso, "Marjorie Newman 1910, August and September". Good condition except for crease to masonite board on left and loss to upper right margin. Framed 13 3/4" H x 16 1/ W; Sight – 9 3/4" H x12 1/16 " W. Framed – 13 3/4" H x 16 1/2' W. 19th century. Note: Similar example depicting bridge over creek sold (Lot #81) in our Sept. 27, 2008 sale.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $488.75
26: Two Thomas Campbell landscape paintings

26: Two Thomas Campbell landscape paintings

Two TN landscapes by Thomas Campbell (Tennessee, 1834-1914). 1st item: Oil on board of a cow drinking at river's edge with trees along banks and blue sky. Unsigned. Good condition with one small scratch at left corner. Sight: 4 1/2" H x 8 1/4" L, Framed: 8 1/4" H x 12" L. 2nd item: Oil on board of panoramic mountain lake scene in pastel colors. Unsigned. Dirt beneath mat and minor scratches. Sight: 3" H x 9 1/4" W, Framed: 7 1/4" H x 13 1/4" H. Both with later giltwood frames. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection, descended through the Bamberg estate, family of Thomas Campbell's second wife.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $690.00
29: Three Thomas Campbell paintings

29: Three Thomas Campbell paintings

Three paintings by Thomas Campbell (Tennessee, 1834-1914). 1st item: Oil on canvas of a harbor scene with fishermen and sailboats at wharf and buildings in background. Canvas has some paint loss and a diagonal crease along left top corner. Gold frame with molded leaf design. Unsigned. Sight: 7 1/2" H x 10" W, Framed: 12 3/4" H x 14" W. 2nd item: Oil on board of wooden boat anchored in water, signed "T. Campbell" lower left. Name of Campbell relative, Blanche Bamberg, in pencil on reverse. Losses to piece at top right corner, left top center, left top corner. 7" H x 10" W unframed. 3rd item: Watercolor of Venice with gondolas in foreground and San Giorgio Maggiore and palazzos in background, signed "T.C." lower right corner. Foxing scattered throughout and along border. Plain black frame. Sight 2 3/4" H x 7 1/2" W, Framed 8"Hx12"W. Campbell frequently traveled in Europe and painted detailed rendering of figures and architecture. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection, descended through the Bamberg estate, family of Thomas Campbell's second wife.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $488.75
30: Samuel Shaver Portrait of Young Girl

30: Samuel Shaver Portrait of Young Girl

East Tennessee child portrait of a young girl in dress by Samuel Shaver (TN, 1816-1878). Subject is seated next to an architectural scrolled ornament with red drape revealing a mountain landscape. Oil on canvas, laid down on board. Conserved in May 2007 by Cumberland Art Conservation in Nashville, TN. Minor touch up to hair and other scattered areas (a black light photo is included and conservation report available upon request). Sight – 27 1/4″ H x 23 3/8″ W. Framed – 32 1/2″ H x 28 1/4″ W. Provenance – Virginia Caldwell estate of the Old Deery Inn, Blountville, TN. Biography of the artist – (Courtesy of James C. Kelly, Virginia Historical Society): Portraitist Samuel M. Shaver was born in Sullivan County, the son of David Shaver and Catherine (Barringer) Shaver. He may have been influenced by William Harrison Scarborough (1812-1871), a native-born Tennessee artist, four years Shaver’s senior, who did portraits of Shaver’s relatives. Shaver’s earliest known painting dates to 1845, but he was probably painting before that time. For the next quarter-century, he was East Tennessee’s standard portraitist. In 1851 Shaver was professor of drawing and painting at the Odd Fellows Female Institute in Rogersville. In 1852 he advertised in Greeneville and Knoxville papers; for several years thereafter his whereabouts are unknown. The death of his first wife in January 1856 recalled him to Rogersville, where he remained until the Civil War. At the outset of the war, pro-Confederate Shaver moved to Knoxville, where he became one of the founders of the East Tennessee Art Association. The association commissioned him to do portraits of fifteen Confederate leaders and generals, presumably from photographs. None of the portraits have been located, and perhaps they were never painted. From 1863 to 1868 Shaver lived and worked near Russellville. About 1868 he joined his mother-in-law and family in Jerseyville, Illinois, near St. Louis, where he continued painting. He died June 21, 1878.

Low Estimate: $4,500.00 – High Estimate: $5,500.00
Realized Price: $7,820.00
31: Lloyd Branson Oil on board landscape

31: Lloyd Branson Oil on board landscape

Oil on board landscape painting by Enoch Lloyd Branson (American, 1853-1925) depicting daybreak on an East Tennessee farm, with boy driving oxen down a country lane and two other field hands at work. Signed and dated "92" lower right. Overall excellent condition with surface grime. Sight – 36 3/8" x 43 1/2", Framed – 43 3/4" x 51". Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee. This painting was given to Matthew G. Thomas in 1923 by the officers of Appalachian Mills when he retired. It was later given to his daughter, Mary Thomas Fleury, by mother, Anne H. Thomas. Biography: Enoch Lloyd Branson (1853¤1925) was an American artist best known for his portraits of Southern politicians and depictions of early East Tennessee history. One of the most influential figures in Knoxville's early art circles, Branson received training at the National Academy of Design in the 1870s and subsequently toured the great art centers of Europe. After returning to Knoxville, he operated a portrait shop with photographer Frank McCrary. He was a mentor to fellow Knoxville artist Catherine Wiley and is credited with discovering 20th century portraitist Beauford Delaney.

Low Estimate: $9,000.00 – High Estimate: $12,000.00
Realized Price: $17,825.00
32: Carl Gutherz, Portrait of a Baby

32: Carl Gutherz, Portrait of a Baby

Carl Gutherz (Swiss/American, 1844-1907, active Memphis, 1860-1907), portrait of a baby in a white dress. Signed lower right. Graphite and oil on canvas, with period carved giltwood and composition frame. Condition: Conservation by Dee Minault of Cumberland Art Conservation. Relined. Black light reveals repaired crease to forehead. 10" x 7" sight, 16" x 13" framed. Provenance: Estate of Dee Minault, Nashville, TN. Biography: Guthers, who immigrated to the U.S. in 1851, was associated with the American Symbolist movement. He studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and the Academie Julian. He lived with his family in Memphis, Tennessee, during the Civil War and in 1875 moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where he taught at Washington University and helped establish the St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts. After leaving Memphis, Gutherz continued to take portrait commissions from that city, and designed costumes and floats for the annual Memphis Mardi Gras. In 1906, he produced a design for an arts and sciences pavilion which was the basis for the development of Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, now the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.

Low Estimate: $800.00 – High Estimate: $1,200.00
Realized Price: $3,910.00
41: Middle TN Cherry Diminutive Blanket Chest, signed a

41: Middle TN Cherry Diminutive Blanket Chest, signed a

Middle TN cherry diminutive blanket chest, sugar chest size but no divider. Top with plain molding, paneled front and sides and one drawer with wooden knobs resting on delicately turned feet. Condition – Older refinish, staining and wear to top. Signed and dated in pencil on back (illegible). Older refinish. 31 1/4" H x 36 3/4" W x 17 3/4" D. Mid 19th century. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $1,000.00 – High Estimate: $1,500.00
Realized Price: $1,207.50
42: Middle TN Cherry Press

42: Middle TN Cherry Press

Middle TN cherry press, poplar secondary wood. Consisting of a shaped dovetailed gallery, large dovetailed drawer over two paneled doors and sides with turned feet. Two interior shelves. Pegged construction throughout. Refinished. 50 1/4" H X 44" W X 20" D. Circa 1840. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $1,150.00
43: Middle TN Cherry Corner Cupboard

43: Middle TN Cherry Corner Cupboard

Middle TN cherry corner cupboard, 16 pane, poplar primary. Single case construction, ogee cornice, glazed doors, reeded medial molding, bracket foot base. Refinished. 79" H X 52 1/2" W X 26" D. Circa 1840. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $1,400.00 – High Estimate: $1,800.00
Realized Price: $2,185.00
44: Middle TN Walnut One Drawer Stand

44: Middle TN Walnut One Drawer Stand

Middle TN walnut one drawer table with unusual folky carved molding applied to top edges, carved decoration to drawer front and resting on spool turned legs. Square nailed drawer. Very good condition with overall general wear. 27 1/2" H X 24" W X 19" D. Mid 19th century. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $546.25
47: English Chinoiserie Queen Anne Style Table

47: English Chinoiserie Queen Anne Style Table

English Chinoiserie Queen Anne Style Table, oak with bombe style apron and drawer, cabriole hoof feet. Cracklure to paint with minor exfoliation, couple of crack separations to top, some minor chips and abraisions expected for age. 25" H X 30" W X 23 1/2" D. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $977.50
50: Brass eagle fireplace chenets, 19th c.

50: Brass eagle fireplace chenets, 19th c.

Pair of brass and iron figural chenets, cast in the form of eagles with applied bee decorations at base and spiral turned feet. Condition: Some minor corrosion. 10"H x 11"W x 3"D. Probably French, 19th century. Displayed in the Library fireplace at Belle Meade Mansion for several years. Deaccessioned by Historic Belle Meade Plantation; proceeds to benefit the restoration of the collection. .

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $2,070.00
51: Group of Copper Kitchen antiques

51: Group of Copper Kitchen antiques

Group of Copper Tea Kettles, Molds and Ale Warmer. 1st item: 4 copper and brass English or Continental tea kettles, 2 with copper handles and 2 with brass handles, one with indistinguishable mark on base and all in very good condition with few dents. 12 1/2" H – 9 1/2" H. 2nd item: Group of 3 English or Continental copper food molds, 1 marked. All in good condition with few dents. 6 1/2" H – 2 3/8" H. 3rd item: One English or Continental copper Ale Warmer, good condition with some dents. 12" H. All late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $1,265.00
52: Geo. III Mahogany Tea Caddy

52: Geo. III Mahogany Tea Caddy

English mahagony tea caddy with light wood banding and inlaid eschutcheon. Interior fitted with pressed glass bowl and two compartments having ivory knobs on tops. Overall good condition with light surface scratching and losses to banding on lower left edge. Some wood loss around inner hinges. 5 3/4" H x 11 1/4" W x 5 1/2" D. Early 19th century. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $573.75
57: Edwin Meaders Stoneware Rooster

57: Edwin Meaders Stoneware Rooster

Edwin Meaders stoneware rooster (White County, Georgia, b. 1921) with runny green alkaline glaze and incised signature on the bottom in script "Edwin Meaders". Overall good condition. 14 3/4" H. Georgia/20th century. Provenance: Georgia estate.

Low Estimate: $600.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $920.00
60: Lanier Meaders Pottery Pitcher

60: Lanier Meaders Pottery Pitcher

Lanier Meaders Pitcher alkaline drip glazed pottery pitcher signed "Lanier Meaders" on the bottom. Excellent condition with minor firing flaw at handle. 7 1/3" H. Georgia. 20th century. Provenance: Georgia estate.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $230.00
68: Maryville Woolen Mill Eagle Coverlet, TN

68: Maryville Woolen Mill Eagle Coverlet, TN

Tennessee brown and cream coverlet, Maryville Woolen Mill. Corners inscribed "M.W.M. Tenn." Borders decorated with eagles, birds, potted flowers, foliage, and dogs carrying flags, center field with foliage decoration. Condition – Faded with various light staining, fabric losses and fringe losses. 82" X 83". Late 19th century. The Maryville Woolen Mill Co. in Blount County, Tennessee operated from 1874 to 1906.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $1,840.00
73: Assorted silver spoons, inc. Georgetown, KY

73: Assorted silver spoons, inc. Georgetown, KY

Assembled lot of Coin Silver. 1st item – Kentucky coin serving spoon with marks for T.J. SHEPARD, SR., GEORGETOWN, KY. Overall good condition. 2nd item – 5 Jones & Mershon coin serving spoons, engraved monogram "C.C. Hood". 3rd item – 6 coin tea spoons, engraved "C.C. Hood", marked "G 925/1000 S". 12 items total. 11.86 troy ounces combined weight. American. 19th Century. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $287.50
76: 3 pcs. TN silver, S. Bell and Hope Bros.

76: 3 pcs. TN silver, S. Bell and Hope Bros.

Three pieces of Tennessee silver, Samuel Bell and Hope Bros. & Co. 1st item: A Samuel Bell coin silver teaspoon marked " S. Bell", ( Knoxville silversmith, Samuel Bell (1797-1881). Bell was active in Knoxville from 1819-1852, where he served two terms as mayor from 1840-42 and 1844-46. In 1852, Bell moved to San Antonio, Texas and continued his vocation as a silversmith. Condition: Monogrammed, with several dents to bowl. .555 troy ounces. 2nd item: Sterling silver Table or Serving Spoon. Retailer mark "Hope Bros. & Co.", and "Sterling W&H" (Wood and Hughes of New York, 1840-1899). Very good condition, monogrammed. 8 1/4" L., 1.62 troy ounces. 3rd item: Silverplated Fork with incised floral and leaf decoration, marked "Hope Bros. & Co. 12 oz' and monogrammed "Q". Good condition. 7 1/2" L. John William Hope (Knoxville, 1846-1914) was the son of silversmith David Large Hope and apprenticed with his father. Family records indicate John and his brother David James Hope formed a partnership with Fred Miller after the death of their father in 1869. John and David later formed the partnership "Hope Brothers" (reference "Tennessee Silversmiths", Benjamin Caldwell, p. 112, example of mark, illustration 84).

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $431.25
78: Seven Sterling Silver Goblets, 950 standard

78: Seven Sterling Silver Goblets, 950 standard

Set of 7 Silver Goblets marked "Sterling 950" on base. In excellent condition with a few scratches. 6 1/2" H x 3 3/8" Diameter. 44.65 troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $862.50
79: Silver Tea Set, 950 Standard, 4 pcs.

79: Silver Tea Set, 950 Standard, 4 pcs.

Silver Tea Service, including coffee pot with hinged lid, tea pot with hinged lid, cream pitcher and covered sugar, all with scalloped rim and leaf decoration. Marked "Sterling 950" on base. Good condition with minor dents. 8 1/2" H to 4 1/2" H, 71.295 troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $750.00 – High Estimate: $950.00
Realized Price: $1,380.00
80: Ten Sterling Silver Goblets, Frank M. Whiting

80: Ten Sterling Silver Goblets, Frank M. Whiting

Set of Ten Sterling Silver Goblets by Frank M. Whiting & Company, "Talisman Rose" pattern with repousse foot rims, overall excellent condition with normal wear, 6 7/8" H x 3 1/4" D, 20th century, 40.22 troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $450.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $862.50
81: Thirteen Sterling Silver Tumblers

81: Thirteen Sterling Silver Tumblers

Set of Thirteen Sterling Silver Tumblers by Fisher, overall excellent condition with normal wear, 5 1/4" H x 3 1/8" D, 20th century, 53.205 troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $550.00 – High Estimate: $750.00
Realized Price: $1,092.50
85: Gorham Sterling Silver Tea Set, 6 pcs

85: Gorham Sterling Silver Tea Set, 6 pcs

6-piece Gorham Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea set. Includes oval tray, dated 1916, with reeded scalloped edge and two handles, 12 1/4" x 7", 1 coffee pot with hinged lid (8 3/4"H), 1 tea pot with hinged lid (6 1/2"H), 1 covered sugar (5 3/4"H) , 1 creamer (6"H), & 1 waste bowl (3 3/4"H) all in the Neoclassical style with engraved scroll decoration, all pieces monogrammed and in excellent condition. Early to mid 20th century. 68.19 total troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $750.00 – High Estimate: $950.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
86: Kirk & Son Silver Tea or Coffee Service, 4 pcs

86: Kirk & Son Silver Tea or Coffee Service, 4 pcs

4 Piece Sterling Set Tea Coffee Set by S. Kirk & Son Inc., including 1 tea or coffee pot (10 1/2"H), 1 covered sugar (5 1/4'H), 1 creamer (5 3/8"H) and 1 two-handled tray (17 1/4 x 12) all in a Neoclassical design with engraved scroll decoration, monogrammed "MTF" and in excellent condition, mid 20th century. 66.36 total troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $1,000.00
Realized Price: $1,380.00
90: Reed & Barton Burgundy sterling flatware, 64 pcs wi

90: Reed & Barton Burgundy sterling flatware, 64 pcs wi

Reed & Barton "Burgundy" sterling silver flatware, 64 pieces in case. 12 teaspoons, 12 salad forks, 12 knives, 13 dinner forks, 4 ice tea spoons, 2 table spoons, plus sauce ladle, sugar shell, bouillon spoon, jelly spoon, pierced bon bon spoon, lemon fork, oyster fork, master butter knife, and flat spreader. Overall good condition. American. 20th Century. 74.83 weighable troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $1,000.00 – High Estimate: $1,500.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
92: Reed & Barton French Renaissance Sterling, 55 pcs

92: Reed & Barton French Renaissance Sterling, 55 pcs

55 pieces Reed & Barton "French Renaissance" sterling flatware: 13 knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 salad forks, 12 teaspoons, 2 serving spoons, 1 master butter knife, 1 meat fork, 1 tomato server, and 1 gravy ladle. Also includes 2 olive forks of similar pattern marked EPNS. All in good condition with normal wear. Knives with differing styles of blades. 61.675 troy ounces weighable silver.

Low Estimate: $750.00 – High Estimate: $950.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
93: Sterling Silver Flatware, Royal Danish, 45 pieces

93: Sterling Silver Flatware, Royal Danish, 45 pieces

Sterling Silver Flatware by International Silver Co., Meridien, CT., 45 pieces in the "Royal Danish" pattern, including 6 dinner knives, 6 dinner forks, 4 salad forks, 8 teaspoons, 6 soup spoons, 8 iced teaspoons, 1 sugar spoon, 1 ladle, 2 large serving spoons, 1 cold meat fork, 1 pickle fork and 1 butter knife. Excellent condition. 57.825 weighable troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $600.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $1,150.00
94: Lot of Sterling silver goblets plus Napier cocktail

94: Lot of Sterling silver goblets plus Napier cocktail

Lot of Sterling silver goblets and silverplated barware. 1st item: Set of 8 sterling silver small goblets by Manchester Silver Co., good condition, monogrammed "JML", 4 1/2" H. 2nd item: Set of 6 sterling silver cordials by Gorham, good condition, 3' H. 3rd item; Two-sided sterling silver jigger with wooden handle, marked "Sterling", 3" H. 4th item: Silverplated Cocktail shaker by Napier with a turning mechanism that features names of various cocktails and their ingredients, good condition, 11" H. 5th item: Silverplated water pitcher with lid, monogrammed "JLM", good condition, 13" H.(17 pieces, 24.65 weighable troy ounces).

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $546.50
95: Lot of 3 Sterling items, two figural

95: Lot of 3 Sterling items, two figural

Lot of 3 Sterling items. 1st item -Glass honey jar in the shape of a hive, with silver bee figurine atop lid. Lid marked "STERLING R B Co-X856" for R.Blackinton & CO-North, Massachusetts, founded in 1862. 5 1/4" H X 3 1/4" Diameter, 20th century. 2nd item: Danish sterling pickle fork, no. 21 pattern, excellent condition, 7 1/2" L, circa 1940. 3rd item: S. Kirk & Son sterling frog, marked "1" on base, excellent condition, 1 3/4" L x 7/8" H x 1 3/4" W, 20th century. 6.035 total troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $373.50
98: 14K Gold Watch Chain, engraved links

98: 14K Gold Watch Chain, engraved links

Antique 14K gold watch chain with hallmarked ends and links with engraved designs. Overall good condition. 56" Length. 42.3 grams total weight. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $900.00 – High Estimate: $1,200.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
99: Ladies Art Deco Gold and Diamond Bracelet

99: Ladies Art Deco Gold and Diamond Bracelet

Art Deco style 14K gold bangle bracelet with old mine cut and European cut diamonds set in a graduated pattern and outlined with black enamel decoration. Approximately 1 1/2 ct. total diamond weight. Overall good condition. 2 1/4" X 2 1/2". American, 20th century.

Low Estimate: $1,000.00 – High Estimate: $1,400.00
Realized Price: $1,840.00
100: 2 antique cameos and a mosaic brooch

100: 2 antique cameos and a mosaic brooch

Grouping of 2 cameos and 1 mosaic brooch. 1st item – 18K yellow gold diamond shaped Shell Cameo of woman, 1 3/4" x 1 1/2", marked "Italy", excellent condition, early 20th century; 2nd item – Mosaic Brooch in gilt metal frame, 1 5/8" x 1 1/4", good condition; late 19th century; 3rd item – Oval shaped Cameo of cupid encircled with seed pearls in gilt metal frame, 1 1/8" x 1 3/8", good condition, late 19th century. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $488.75
105: 1903 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle gold coin pendant

105: 1903 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle gold coin pendant

1903 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle U.S. 2 1/2 dollar gold coin converted as pendant, approximately .17 oz.

Low Estimate: $175.00 – High Estimate: $225.00
Realized Price: $402.50
110: Men's Rolex Oyster Submariner Watch

110: Men's Rolex Oyster Submariner Watch

Men's Rolex Oyster Submariner Watch with blue face and two tone band. Equipped with a synthetic sapphire crystal and warranted pressure-proof to a depth of 1,000 ft. Triple-lock winding crown, seamless shoulders, oyster casing, revolving time-lapse bezel, flip lock clasp bracelet. Awarded the official title of Swiss Chronometer. Retains all original boxes, manual, information, original warranty. Marked "Registered Swiss made 93153-18". overall excellent condition. Swiss, 20th century.

Low Estimate: $3,000.00 – High Estimate: $4,000.00
Realized Price: $4,600.00
119: Companion Pair of Meissen Figurines

119: Companion Pair of Meissen Figurines

Companion pair of Meissen children figures. Two Meissen children figurines including a girl carrying flowers in her apron and a basket of flowers; boy dressed in a jacket and hat carrying a floral bouquet and holding a spade. Both with underglaze blue Meissen crossed swords marks, the girl with impressed mark 63, 5 1/8" H; the boy with impressed mark 140, 4 7/8" H. Boy in overall excellent condition with small breaks to flower bouquet. Girl in overall excellent condition with loss to flowers and basket handle. 19th century. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $488.75
120: Royal Vienna Urn, signed Rosner

120: Royal Vienna Urn, signed Rosner

Royal Vienna Porcelain Covered Urn, signed S. W. Rosner, cobalt blue base with ornate handpainted gilt decoration and large panels depicting Achilles with maidens and the robbery of Europa. Four small decorative panels at base. Descriptions of subjects on base in German with numbers 1075, 860, 433, 859 and two Beehive marks. Very good condition with slight wear to gilt. 14 1/2" H x 5" sq. base. Austria, late 19th century. Provenance: Knoxville, TN estate.

Low Estimate: $600.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
122: Turkey Platter and Plate, Doulton-Burslem

122: Turkey Platter and Plate, Doulton-Burslem

Doulton-Burslem Turkey platter and plate. 1st item – Large Royal Doulton Burslem flow blue and white transfer ware turkey platter, blue underglaze Royal Doulton mark, impressed mark for Burslem Doulton and impressed #47, leaf and berry decorated gilt border, large central image of turkey. – 18 1/2" H X 22 1/4" W. Condition – Losses to line of gilding at edge sides of platter, a few light surface scratches, overall excellent condition. 2nd item – Doulton-Burslem flow blue turkey plate with centered male and female turkeys and leaf and berry decorated gilt border. Blue underglaze Royal Doulton mark, impressed mark for Burslem Doulton. Condition – Some crazing and firing imperfections. 10 1/4" D

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $1,150.00
126: Limoges Porcelain Game Service, 11 plates & 1 plat

126: Limoges Porcelain Game Service, 11 plates & 1 plat

Limoges Porcelain Game Service, 11 plates (9" D) and 1 platter (11 1/2" H x 17 3/4" W) all marked "D & Co. Limoges, France". Platter and plates each depict a bird or fowl with gilt-rimmed decoration. Condition – Overall good condition, general wear, one plate with hairline crack on back and two plates with chips to edge. Late 19th century. Provenance: A Jamestown, Tennessee Estate.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $402.50
130: Tennessee Folk Style Stepback Cupboard

130: Tennessee Folk Style Stepback Cupboard

Tennessee (Greene County) folk style stepback cupboard, cherry primary and poplar secondary woods. One piece construction, two glass doors over two middle drawers with three interior shelves and base comprised of three drawers. Straight bracket feet. Unique "star stamp" impressed circular decoration and incised cross-hatching to front surfaces. Note – circular star stamp decoration is reminiscent of star stamp decorations observed on pottery in the Greene Co. area. Condition – Old surface, very good condition with general overall wear. Glass missing on left door. 82" H x 41 3/8" w x 18 1/4" D. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $1,600.00 – High Estimate: $2,000.00
Realized Price: $2,600.00
131: Federal tall case clock

131: Federal tall case clock

Federal cherry tall case clock. Wooden works, dial face painted with federal eagle and Masonic symbols, pendulum and two weights. Condition – Not tested for functionality, expected wear to clock face, and missing minute hand. 83 1/4" H X 15" W X 9 1/2" D. Likely Southern. 1st quarter 19th century. Provenance: Acquired in 1954 from the estate of Leigh M. Griffith, one of the founders of NASA. Griffith acquired the clock in the coastal Virginia area.

Low Estimate: $800.00 – High Estimate: $1,100.00
Realized Price: $1,092.50
132: Tennessee Biscuit Table

132: Tennessee Biscuit Table

Tennessee Biscuit Table (also referred to as a Biscuit Rock or Biscuit Block), oak or chestnut with poplar secondary wood. Hinged lid opens to reveal a polished limestone or marble work surface, over a frieze with one dovetailed drawer, and turned tapering legs ending in turnip feet. Condition: Refinished with traces of old green paint, some cracks to lid, overall excellent condition with original lid and hinges. 37" H x 25 1/4" W x 23 1/4 D. Middle Tennessee, probably late 19th century. Deaccessioned by Historic Belle Meade Plantation, proceeds to benefit the restoration of the collection. Exhibited in the Kitchen for several years.

Low Estimate: $800.00 – High Estimate: $1,200.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
133: East TN Cherry One Drawer Stand

133: East TN Cherry One Drawer Stand

East Tennessee cherry one drawer table, dovetailed drawer construction with wooden pulls, inlaid escutcheon and turned legs. Older refinish, very good condition. 28 1/2" H x 23" W x 17" D. Early to mid 19th century.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $460.00
134: East TN Cherry Blanket Chest

134: East TN Cherry Blanket Chest

East Tennessee cherry blanket chest on large bulbous feet with interior till and inlaid escutcheon, reeded top and base molding. Very good condition, lock plate missing, inlaid escutcheon possibly later. 25 1/2" H x 46" W x 18 1/4" D. Second quarter of the 19th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $1,092.50
135: Southern Federal Inlaid Candle Stand

135: Southern Federal Inlaid Candle Stand

Southern Federal walnut inlaid candlestand. Circular top inlaid with a central compass star, edged with double berry and vine inlay and inlaid banding to sides of top. Over a birdcage support and turned baluster standard, resting on tripod snake feet. Small band of inlay on standard below birdcage. Very good condition with an old refinish, inlay appears to be original. 26 3/4" H x 18" D. Found in central Kentucky. Tennessee or Kentucky, circa 1820.

Low Estimate: $1,000.00 – High Estimate: $1,500.00
Realized Price: $1,840.00
138: Walnut Schoolmaster's Desk, possibly Southern

138: Walnut Schoolmaster's Desk, possibly Southern

Walnut schoolmaster's desk. Shaped gallery and slant lift top over a lower dovetailed drawer with blue interior. Turned legs terminating in ball feet. Overall good condition with wear to top. 35" H x 25 1/2" x 20 1/2" D. Possibly Southern, circa 1830.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $632.50
140: Walnut Renaissance Revival Dining Table & 14 chair

140: Walnut Renaissance Revival Dining Table & 14 chair

A Walnut Victorian Renaissance Revival extending Dining Table and Set of 14 Dining Chairs. Table with two baluster turned center supports and four cabriole legs ending in scrolled feet, with shield and button carving on knees, all legs on wooden casters, with a cased set of 8 leaves (15 3/4" each). Table marked 330 and in excellent condition. 29 1/2" H x 53 1/2" W x 66" D without leaves. Together with a set of 14 Walnut Victorian Renaissance Revival Dining Chairs, 12 side chairs & 2 armchairs, with open flared back and acanthus leaf carved decoration, upholstered seat on carved apron with turned legs ending in bun feet. Good condition with some minor splits at seams and one repaired carved top rail. Side chairs: 37 1/2" H x 22" W x 20 1/2" D; Armchairs: 47 3/8" H x 25" W x 23" D. American, late 19th century. Family history indicates the table and chairs were made in Philadelphia. This table and set of chairs were originally purchased by C. J. McClung, one of Knoxville's "merchant princes," for his house on Main Avenue which is now the site of The First Baptist Church. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $4,500.00 – High Estimate: $5,500.00
Realized Price: $7,820.00
142: Chippendale Slant Front Desk with ogee feet

142: Chippendale Slant Front Desk with ogee feet

Chippendale slant front desk, walnut primary and pine secondary woods, dovetailed top with batten board fall front, fitted interior, three graduated drawers, reeded quarter columns, resting on ogee bracket feet. Set of drawers inside prospect drawer is removable and reveals three additional hidden drawers. Condition – Scratches to center of top, patch to slant front and left side. 42 1/2" H X 40" W X 19 3/4" D. Delaware Valley or Mid-Atlantic. Early 19th century.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $1,265.00
143: Rococo Revival Half Tester bed, C. Lee

143: Rococo Revival Half Tester bed, C. Lee

Rococo Revival rosewood half-tester bed, signed "C. Lee 291" inside foot board and right rail. Serpentine half-tester with tufted upholstery, gadrooned edge and urn finials. Serpentine headboard, paneled and centered by a shell- and acanthus-carved cartouche, and flanked by tall faceted posts with beaded mid-sections. Serpentine side rails with applied carving and a similarly styled foot board with cartouche, joined by short posts ending in gadrooned capitals and urn shaped finials. Attributed to Charles Lee, a Manchester, Massachusetts cabinetmaker who supplied large numbers of beds to the New Orleans market from 1856-1868. Condition: In need of restoration to secure structural integrity. Tall posts loose; old break to right rail, decorative carved support between post and tester has been broken, finial broken on left side of footboard, scattered chips and losses to veneer and carving, and wear. Overall Dimensions: 104" H x 69" W x 86-1/2" L. Inside Dimensions: 60-1/2"W x 72-1/2" L. Mid 19th century. History: given to Belle Meade Plantation in the mid 20th century and exhibited in the mansion's "Presidential" bedroom for many years, then loaned to the Athanaeum in Columbia, Tennessee, where it was exhibited during the 1980s. Deaccessioned by historic Belle Meade Plantation; proceeds to benefit the restoration of the collection.

Low Estimate: $2,000.00 – High Estimate: $3,000.00
Realized Price: $5,290.00
158: Portrait of a 19th c. Gentleman

158: Portrait of a 19th c. Gentleman

19th century American school painting of a gentleman, oil on canvas, in period grain painted frame. Unsigned. Paper label en verso: Worcester Art Museum. Condition: Professionally conserved by Dee Minault of Cumberland Art Conservation, Nashville, in 1998. Lined, some minor inpainting to flake losses on cravat. Some losses to frame. Conservation report en verso. 25" x 21" sight, 31" x 37", framed. Provenance: Added to the Worcester Art Museum collection in Oct. 1917 and later deaccessioned (date unknown), purchased in the 1990s by Dee Minault. Ms. Minault believed the subject was possibly Judge Thomas Kinnicutt (1800-1858) of Worcester, Massachusetts. Kinnicutt was born in Rhode Island. He practiced law in Worcester, Mass., was a representative to the Mass. General Court, and a judge of probate. He married Harriet Paine Burling of Natchez, Mississippi. A portrait of Judge Kinnicott by Moses Wright remains in the Worcester Art Museum collection. Dee Minault estate, Nashville, TN.

Low Estimate: $2,000.00 – High Estimate: $2,500.00
Realized Price: $2,875.00
161: Louise Nevelson Nude Drawing, Framed

161: Louise Nevelson Nude Drawing, Framed

Louise Nevelson ( American, 1899 -1988) female nude pen on paper drawing. Signed in lower left "Nevelson". Overall good condition with repaired tear to upper left margin. Sight: 13 1/4" H X 9 1/4" W. 20th Century.

Low Estimate: $1,000.00 – High Estimate: $1,500.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
165: James Whistler etching, "La Vielle Aux Loques"

165: James Whistler etching, "La Vielle Aux Loques"

James A. M. Whistler (1834-1903, American) etching titled " La Vielle Aux Loques" depicting an elderly woman seated in her doorway. Number 21 from the series "Etchings in Nature". Printed in 1858 by Delatre. Unframed. Signed "Whistler" in plate. Condition – Tape residue to top and bottom margins. Some toning. Plate size – 8 1/4" x 5 3/4". Sheet size – 10 3/4" H x 6 3/4" W. Provenance: Vincent Price Collection, Sears, Roebuck & Co.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $402.50
167: Raphael Soyer, lot of 2 lithographs

167: Raphael Soyer, lot of 2 lithographs

Lot of two lithographs, Raphael Soyer (American/Russian 1899 – 1987). 1st item – Raphael Soyer lithograph depicting portrait of a young girl, numbered 104/110 lower left and pencil signed lower right. Very good condition. Sight- 16 1/2" H X 12" W. Framed – 25 1/2" H X 20" W. 2nd item – Raphael Soyer lithograph titled "Figure Composition" and signed lower right. Very good condition. Sight- 16 1/2" H X 12" W. Framed – 25 1/2" H X 20" W. Both items 20th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $460.00
171: Salvador Dali lithograph, "The Slave Market"

171: Salvador Dali lithograph, "The Slave Market"

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) lithograph titled "The Slave Market" depicting a slave market in rich brown, green, blue and red colors. Pencil signed "Dali" lower right and numbered 19/300 lower left. Sight- 19 3/4" H x 25 7/8" W. Sheet size – 22 1/2" H x 28" W. Framed – 25 3/4" H x 31 3/4" W. Published in 1981. 1000 impressions – 300 Arches, 300 Rives, 300 Japan and 100 Artist's proof. Provenance – Originally from a New York collection. Lot has original appraisal certificate from 1992.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $575.00
172: Continental School landscape, reverse painted on g

172: Continental School landscape, reverse painted on g

Oval eglomise panel with landscape depicting town and two peaks (one possibly a volcano) in the background, trees and figures in the foreground. Giltwood frame with incised floral decoration on the spandrels. Condition: losses to silvering, especially at lower edge, scattered chips and losses to frame. 5 7/8" H x 7 3/8" W sight; 6 7/8" x 8 5/8" framed. Probably Italian, 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Dee Minault.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
174: Vincent Chevilliard oil on board, Man being shaved

174: Vincent Chevilliard oil on board, Man being shaved

Vincent Jean-Baptiste Chevilliard (French, 1841-1904), Framed Oil on Board of an Interior scene of an older man being shaved and a fire burning in fireplace in background. Signed "V. Chevilliard" lower right. Back of board stamped with Paris gallery, "Goupil & Cie", and in ink "12687". In very good condition with very minor cracquelure on left side in curtain area. Blacklight reveals no inpainting/restoration. Two small breaks to molded frame. Sight: 8 5/8" H x 11 1/2" W, Framed: 16 1/2" H x 20 1/4" W. 19th century. Provenance: Sevierville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $1,200.00 – High Estimate: $1,600.00
Realized Price: $1,955.00
175: Edmund Adler oil on canvas, Boy with cat

175: Edmund Adler oil on canvas, Boy with cat

Edmund Adler (Austrian, 1871-1957), Oil on Canvas genre scene depicting German boy reaching into a cupboard and being watched by a tabby cat. Signed "Edmund Adler" lower left. Excellent condition. Blacklighting reveals no restoration/inpainting. Giltwood frame. Sight: 17 5/8" H x 12 1/4" W, Framed: 25" H X 19 3/4" W. Note: (courtesy AskART) Adler was a versatile artist known for his talent in conveying a natural color and expression. His abilities allowed him to paint portraits, still life, rural scenes of families and children, and landscapes of the Austrian countryside, but children were among his favored subjects. He received an appointment to Professorship at the Royal Academy in Vienna which he held for a number of years before his death. Provenance: Sevierville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $3,000.00 – High Estimate: $4,000.00
Realized Price: $6,670.00
176: Edmund Adler oil on canvas, Girl with dog

176: Edmund Adler oil on canvas, Girl with dog

Edmund Adler (Austrian, 1871-1957), Oil on Canvas of an interior scene depicting a German girl petting a collie dog. Signed "Edmund Adler" lower right. Giltwood frame. In excellent condition. Blacklighting reveals no restoration. Sight: 17 5/8" H x 12 1/4" W, Framed: 25" H x 20" W. Note: (courtesy of AskART) Adler was a versatile artist known for his talent in conveying a natural color and expression. His abilities allowed him to paint portraits, still life, rural scenes of families and children, and landscapes of the Austrian countryside, but children were among his favored subjects. He received an appointment to Professorship at the Royal Academy in Vienna which he held for a number of years before his death. Provenance: Sevierville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $3,000.00 – High Estimate: $4,000.00
Realized Price: $10,350.00
180: French Bronze Nude by Pollet

180: French Bronze Nude by Pollet

French bronze nude sculpture, Hesperus, Goddess of the Dawn by Joseph Michel Ange Pollet (French 1815-1870). signed "Pollet" in script on the base. Older patina with wear. 13 1/8" height. 19th century.

Low Estimate: $1,800.00 – High Estimate: $2,200.00
Realized Price: $2,415.00
181: Pair Austrian Bronze Pheasants and Bronze Geese

181: Pair Austrian Bronze Pheasants and Bronze Geese

Pair Austrian Bronze Pheasants, one marked "Austria" on underside. Old patina, old repairs or seams at tail junctures. 9 1/2" H X 27" L and 11" H X 22" L. Early 20th century. 2nd item – Pair Bronze figural geese, life size hollow cast with detailed feathers. Very good condition. 13 1/2" H X 17 1/2" L. 20th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
182: Pair of gilt bronze candelabra

182: Pair of gilt bronze candelabra

Pair of gilt bronze candelabra, each with five floriform candle cups intertwined with foliage, atop an urn and pedestal stand festooned with cast floral garlands and supported on four scrolled feet. Condition: minor wear and oxidation, some areas possibly regilded. 20" height. Early 20th century, prob. French.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $977.50
183: Pair of Italian Giltwood sconces

183: Pair of Italian Giltwood sconces

Pair of large Italian gilt wood and metal candle wall sconces, Federal/Neoclassical style, with a tied bow at the top of a carved panel, an eagle with outstretched wings in the center, and rosettes behind each of the candle arms. Old paper label on the back reads "Made In Italy". Red oxide paint visible beneath gilt. Very good condition. 44 1/2" H. Mid- 20th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $747.50
184: Pair of giltwood Rococo frames

184: Pair of giltwood Rococo frames

Pair of Continental Rococo giltwood cartouche frames with rocaille foliate scrolls surrounding an oval print of 18th century style scenes. Overall good condition with repaired break on bottom of one, and overall minor wear and scratches. 22 1/2" H. French. Early 20th Century.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
185: Pr Cedenese Murano Glass Jardinieres with Brass Mo

185: Pr Cedenese Murano Glass Jardinieres with Brass Mo

Pair of Cenedese planters, Italy, quince colored glass form in a brass frame with swagged chain decoration, square glass framed by brass mounts with tassel and rope enhancements and having lion feet supports. Overall good condition with one brass corner pin replaced. 6 1/4" H x 6 1/4" sq. at feet. The Gino Cenedese and Son Glassworks owes its name to the founder, belonging to a family of ancient roots from Murano. Gino Cenedese (1907-1973) went into the glass furnace at the age of 9 learning the craft from different glass masters. In 1946, at the end of the war, encouraged by the new times he founded the Gino Cenedese & Co Glassworks.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $700.00
Realized Price: $2,300.00
187: Pairpoint Puffy Lamp

187: Pairpoint Puffy Lamp

Pairpont Puffy lamp with reverse painted floral and etched decoration on scalloped shade and unmarked Pairpoint base having glass insert decorated with pink flowers, shade marked "Pairpoint Corp", glass insert base appears to be base no. 3093 (unmarked). overall excellent condition with small nick on underside rim of shade, minor scratches to base, electric updated. 21" H x 16" W shade, base: 6 1/8" square.

Low Estimate: $2,500.00 – High Estimate: $3,500.00
Realized Price: $3,335.00
189: Suite of 3 Brass Argand lamps

189: Suite of 3 Brass Argand lamps

A suite of three 19th century brass and crystal Argand lamps. Double armed center lamp and two side lamps, each with urn form reservoirs flanked by cast swan or phoenix figures and etched glass shades. Square bases. Good condition with 3 broken prisms, others with some chips. Finials are possible replacements. Center lamp: 19" H x 18 1/2" W x 10" D. Pair: 18 1/4" H x 12" W x 8" D. 2nd quarter of the 19th century. Deaccessioned by Historic Belle Meade Plantation, proceeds to benefit restoration of the collection. Exhibited in the mansion for several years.

Low Estimate: $1,200.00 – High Estimate: $1,800.00
Realized Price: $2,530.00
190: Boudoir Table Lamp, possibly Pairpoint

190: Boudoir Table Lamp, possibly Pairpoint

Pairpoint Style Boudoir Table Lamp, metal candlestick form, pierced brass shade with four hand painted floral glass inserts. 11 1/2" H. 20th century.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $373.75
192: Small English Mahogany 4 Drawer Cabinet

192: Small English Mahogany 4 Drawer Cabinet

Small English Mahogany 4 drawer cabinet, dovetailed drawers, opposing drawer fronts that open in both directions with wooden pulls. Overall good condition with general wear, some slight losses to one knob and base molding. 8 3/4" H x 9 3/4" W x 11 5/8" D. 19th century.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $402.50
195: Triple masted Ship model

195: Triple masted Ship model

Model of a three masted ship displayed under glass in a mahogany case. Damage to threads and flag, case in good condition. Boat: 17"L x 12" H; Case: 18 1/2" H x 28" W x 11 1/2" D. Ship probably 20th century, case is 19th century. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $402.50
197: Folk Art African American Doll Family

197: Folk Art African American Doll Family

Folk Art Doll Family, hand-sewn cotton black male, female and child dolls, each with bead eyes. Male doll carries a straw market basket, smokes a corncob pipe and wears leather sewn shoes. Female doll wears a straw hat over silk kerchief, beaded necklace and handmade leather shoes. Little girl doll has lace trimmed dress and bonnet. Very good condition with some minor wear to shoes, slight yellowing, fading and minor fraying to fabrics. 14", 13", and 4 1/2". Circa 1930. Deaccessioned by Historic Belle Meade Plantation; proceeds to benefit the restoration of the collection.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $402.50
198: Pair of Cast Iron Cat Andirons

198: Pair of Cast Iron Cat Andirons

Pair of Cast-iron Cat Andirons with marble eyes which glow in firelight. Overall oxidation, rust. 16 3/4" H x 7" W x 15 1/4" D. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $373.50
200: Southern Red & White Pieced Quilt, possibly East T

200: Southern Red & White Pieced Quilt, possibly East T

Hand-stitched and pieced quilt, red and white jagged windmill or pineapple design with red binding. Overall good condition with some minor spotting. 84 1/2" H x 62" W. Possibly East Tennessee, 19th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $431.25
201: Tennessee Quilt, African-American

201: Tennessee Quilt, African-American

Tennessee patchwork quilt, abstract bar pattern worked with various solid, striped and patterned wool, cotton and velvet fabrics including one with hand embroidered, metallic thread accents. Brown velvet backing, corduroy edging at sides. Condition: scattered areas of wear, small holes, and stains, overall good condition. 79" x 66". Late 19th to early 20th century. Provenance: Descended in an African American family, Trenton, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $431.25
214: Tilt-top Walnut Table with Painted Compass Star

214: Tilt-top Walnut Table with Painted Compass Star

Victorian walnut tilt top table, painted inlaid mariners star on top, turned pedestal ending in four downswept legs. Condition – Some paint drippings, scratches, and general wear. 29 1/2" H X 30" Diameter. American. Deaccessioned from an Athens, TN museum. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $345.00
215: Plantation Desk

215: Plantation Desk

Cherry plantation desk, two paneled doors opening to reveal three interior shelves over a single row of pigeonholes. Three drawers over a drop leaf writing surface and four turned tapering legs ending in ball feet. Top section: 43 3/4" H X 41 1/4" W X 11 1/4" D. Base: 35 1/4" H x 42" W x 49 1/2" D(with leaves extended). Older refinish, overall very good condition. Mid 19th century.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $747.50
216: Chippendale Slant Front Desk

216: Chippendale Slant Front Desk

Mahogany Chippendale slant front desk, mahogany primary wood. Fall front opens to reveal a plain prospect door flanked on each side by two drawers over three arched pigeonholes. Four graduated drawers resting on bracket feet. Overall good condition with some wear and some ink stains on desk top surface. 40" H X 36" W X 19 1/2" D. English, 18th century.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $690.00
219: Aesthetic Movement Davenport Desk

219: Aesthetic Movement Davenport Desk

Diminutive Aesthetic Movement Davenport desk, burled walnut. Turned spindle gallery with an inset painting of a bird at center. Painted lower spindles, a tooled leather overlay on desk top, several pigeonholes for inkwells and accessories. Overall good condition, missing keys. 45" H X 28" W X 18" D. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $575.00
226: Massachusetts Needlework Sampler, 1830, Caroline L

226: Massachusetts Needlework Sampler, 1830, Caroline L

A Massachusetts needlework sampler, silk thread on linen, embroidered border, central basket and flowers with cross-stitched alphabets and numbers, wrought by Caroline Augusta Low, Aged 10, 1830, Andover. Verse reads:" We stand exposed to every sin/ While idle and without employ/ Industry holds our passions in/ And Keeps out all unlawful joy" Condition: Some fading and slight yellowing to fabric, losses to mahogany veneer on older frame. Sight – 12 1/2" H x 16 7/8" W. Framed – 15 1/2" H x 19 3/4" W.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $1,092.50
229: Cobalt Decorated Kentucky Churn, Isaac Thomas

229: Cobalt Decorated Kentucky Churn, Isaac Thomas

Early and large cobalt decorated pottery churn, stamped "I. Thomas" (Isaac Thomas, working in the area around Maysville-Lexington KY approximately 1834-1876). Eight gallon capacity mark with square cross hatched stamp surrounded by a cobalt looped border, "Kentucky 1836" in cobalt script, three cobalt decorated flowers below script. Reverse side with cobalt script, "I Thomas Manufacturer" with three cobalt decorated flowers below script. Cobalt decoration stripe on the upper side of lug handles. Condition – small chip to glazed body left of date, losses/chips to handles and various hairline cracks to upper section, indicating repair to rim area. 23 5/8" H.

Low Estimate: $3,000.00 – High Estimate: $3,500.00
Realized Price: $55,200.00
230: E. TN Stoneware Churn, Cobalt Decoration, poss. G

230: E. TN Stoneware Churn, Cobalt Decoration, poss. G

East Tennessee stoneware churn with free hand cobalt decoration consisting of three cobalt bands around lower rim, upper shoulder, and midsection. Wavy vertical lines, floral sprigs, cobalt flower on one side, "5" cobalt mark on other side (denoting gallon capacity). overall excellent condition, tight hairline at rim does not extend in the shoulder. Note – the floral three prong "sprigs" are very similar in design to sprigs on marked harvest jugs by potter Lewis Manning Haun (Greene Co., TN). 18"H X 8 1/3" Diameter.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $900.00
Realized Price: $977.50
231: East Tennessee Redware Jar, C.A. Haun

231: East Tennessee Redware Jar, C.A. Haun

Greene County, TN slip and copper oxide decorated redware jar by Christopher Alexander Haun, 1821-1861. Marked on upper rim with the stamped letters "C A Haun " and compass flower stamping. Condition – old chips to one handle, abrasions and expected wear to body. One hairline crack from mouth about three inches in length. 13" H. Note – Haun was a Union sympathizer during the Civil War and participated in burning a Confederate railroad bridge (Lick Creek) in Greene County, TN. This important event in East Tennessee¡s Civil War history was initiated with a campaign by Union loyalists to burn 9 bridges. It was led by William B. Carter and strongly supported and encouraged by President Abraham Lincoln. Several potters from the Pottertown, TN area were among the men who conspired and succeeded in burning the bridge. The potters decided not to capture or kill the Confederate bridge guards but allowed them to go free based upon their solemn promises to not reveal their identities. Union troops did not materialize as promised, and the Confederates were able to pursue and capture some of the perpetrators. The Confederate guards, who were allowed to live, were the very ones who served as witnesses to implicate the five men who were hung, four of them potters. Among those sentenced to hang was the potter Christopher Alexander Haun. On December 11th, 1861, Haun was hung from the gallows in Knoxville, TN. Of the handful of marked C.A. Haun jars known, the combination of yellow slip and copper oxide decoration is unique to this example. For another marked example of Christopher Haun's pottery, refer to the Art of Tennessee, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, p. 115, figure 82. The relationship between Haun and another potter from Greene County, John Alexander Lowe (1833-1902), is not completely known at this time but a marked J. A. Lowe jar sold by this auction house in September 2008 displayed similar characteristics to known C. A. Haun jars. The general form of the jar, the appearance of the extruded handles with decoration at the handle attachments, and the stamp design around the shoulder of the jar with the name of the potter are all similar to marked C. A. Haun jars. In his last hours, Haun wrote to his wife and said have Bohanan, Hinshaw or Low to finish off that ware and do the best you can with it for your support.Œ Whether Lowe apprenticed under C. A. Haun is not known at this time. Lowe enlisted in the Confederate Army two days after Christopher Alexander Haun was hung by Confederate forces.

Low Estimate: $28,000.00 – High Estimate: $32,000.00
Realized Price: $36,800.00
234: T.W. Craven Pottery Jar, West TN

234: T.W. Craven Pottery Jar, West TN

West Tennessee two handled jar, marked "T.W. Craven", other side with a free hand star mark. Crimped medial flange joining both halves of the jar. Henderson County, TN. Condition – Old hole to mid-section with emanating cracks. Tight hairline cracks to handle and rim area (stable). 22" height. The Cravens were important potters in the Piedmont area of NC and are best known for their salt-glazed stoneware (See Smith and Rogers' Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee and Turners and Burners by Charles Zug.) Around 1829, Thomas Craven (b. 1775, NC) and his family moved out of North Carolina. He and three of his sons, Balaam, John M., and Solomon moved to Clarke Co. GA. His other two sons, William R. and Tinsley W., along with his brother-in-law, John Fesmire, moved to Tennessee. They can be found in the 1830 Henderson Co. census. Tinsley's known stamps are T W:CRAVEN or T.W. CRAVEN & CO. Tinsley W. Craven died in Henderson Co. in 1860. This jar is is similar to a slightly smaller example illustrated in the "Art of Tennessee" book, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee, p. 123, illustration 90. Research courtesy of Carole Wahler.

Low Estimate: $3,000.00 – High Estimate: $3,500.00
Realized Price: $3,680.00
235: Two Middle TN Stoneware Pitchers

235: Two Middle TN Stoneware Pitchers

Lot of 2 Middle Tennessee stoneware pitchers both with rounded rims and pulled handles. Both pieces of pottery are salt glazed with the larger having applied brown slip. Both pitchers in very good condition. 8" H and 11" H. Late 19th/Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $287.50
251: Lot of 4 Beer Steins. 2 German

251: Lot of 4 Beer Steins. 2 German

Lot of 4 Beer Steins. 1st item – Villeroy & Bock "Mettlach" beer stein, dark brown body with men in various poses, #1037.2. German. 1/4L. 5" H. 2nd item – Villeroy & Bock "Mettlach" beer stein, cameo relief design with raised lid, #2652. German. Chips to underside of base. 1/2 L. 8 3/4" H. 3rd item – Glass beer stein with pewter lid, red to clear ribbed glass, .05 L. Very good condition. 8 3/4" H. 4th item – Ceramic beer stein with pewter lid, 1/2L, in hand-painted floral design with words "Zum Andrnken". Very good condition. 8" H.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $287.50
254: Herend Porcelain Animal and Bird Figures, 6 items

254: Herend Porcelain Animal and Bird Figures, 6 items

Grouping of 6 Herend red hand-painted porcelain animal and bird figures and figural groups including (2) duck figures, (1) unicorn, (1) pig, (1) rabbit, and (1) heron. All having blue and imprinted Herend stamps. All very good condition. Ranging in height from 1 1/2" to 5 1/2" H. 20th century. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $431.25
255: Herend Porcelain Animal and Bird Figures, 6 items

255: Herend Porcelain Animal and Bird Figures, 6 items

Grouping of 6 Herend hand-painted porcelain animal and bird figures and figural groups including (2) elephants, (1) cat with ball, (1) rooster, (1) duck figure and (1) turtle. All having blue and imprinted Herend stamps. All very good condition. Ranging in height from 1 1/2" to 5 1/2" H. 20th century. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $488.75
259: Pair of large Old Paris Porcelain Vases

259: Pair of large Old Paris Porcelain Vases

Pair of large Old Paris Vases, gilt and floral motifs. Marked with an "L" & "165". Overall good condition with wear to gilt, one with firing crack to underside, the other with faint hairline to right handle and interior. 14 1/2" H. France. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $488.75
263: Mason's Vista Serving Pieces in Brown 12 pcs

263: Mason's Vista Serving Pieces in Brown 12 pcs

Mason's Vista Dinnerware serving pieces, brown. Includes 1 square double-handled platter (11"" x 9 1/4"); 4-pc creamer and sugar set with tray (5"H x 4" W x 8 3/4"L); Pair salt and pepper shakers (3" & 4"H); Scalloped bowl (2 5/8" H x 9" W); Octagonal bowl (3 1/4" H x 6 1/2" W); Gravy bowl (3" H x 8" W); Two different pitchers (5 1/2" to 6 3/4" H). Overall good condition with repair to lid of sugar bowl. Early to mid 20th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $431.75
268: American School Oil on Board Landscape, Signed

268: American School Oil on Board Landscape, Signed

Impressionist Oil on Board Landscape, by A. M. G???? depicting village with mountain backdrop. Very Good condition. Sight – 13" H x 15 3/4" W. Framed – 15 1/2" H x 18 1/2" W. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $632.50
272: Maurice Prendergast watercolor seascape

272: Maurice Prendergast watercolor seascape

Watercolor on paper by Maurice Prendergast (American, 1858-1924). Likely location is the North Shore of Massachusetts, depicting seagulls in flight over a rock jetty extending from shore. Signed lower right, "Prendergast". Paper with J Whatman, 1912 watermark. Very good condition with slight toning. 12" x 16 1/2". For a watercolor with a similar signature, refer to Sotheby's May 18th, 2005 sale, Lot 52. Provenance: recently discovered in eastern Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $20,000.00 – High Estimate: $30,000.00
Realized Price: $23,000.00
273: Max Bill "Doublement" sculpture, 84/200

273: Max Bill "Doublement" sculpture, 84/200

Max Bill Doublement Sculpture, 1969, chrome plated brass, interlocking diagonal bars resting on a Lucite base. Signed and numbered 84 from the edition of 200. Condition: a few small dents to bars and some scratching to Lucite base. 12"H x 10.5" W x 11 3/4" D on a 2" H x 10 1/2" square base. Biography (courtesy of AskART) – Max Bill (1908-1994) was a Swiss architect, sculptor, painter, graphic designer and writer. He was inspired by the works of Le Corbusier and was a pupil of Josef Albers, Paul Klee and Vasily Kandinsky. His works are in the Art Institute of Chicago, Hirshhorn Museum in DC, MOMA in NY, Bilbao in Spain and Kuntsmuseum Basel, Switzerland. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $2,000.00 – High Estimate: $2,500.00
Realized Price: $3,680.00
274: Ellsworth Kelly, colored paper image XV (dark gray

274: Ellsworth Kelly, colored paper image XV (dark gray

Ellsworth Kelly colored paper image XV, (dark gray and blue), 1976, Colored and pressed paper pulp (Axzom 155), numbered lower left: "15/23', signed lower right: "Kelly". Gilt frame. In excellent condition. Sheet size: 33 5/8" x 30 1/2", framed: 39 1/8" x 38". Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. Biography (courtesy AskArt) – Kelly's extensive work has been recognized in numerous retrospective exhibitions, including a sculpture exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, in 1982; an exhibition of works on paper and a show of his print works that traveled extensively in the United States and Canada from 1987/88; and a career retrospective in 1996 organized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, which traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Tate Gallery, London; and the Haus der Kunst, Munich. Kelly lives in Spencertown, New York.

Low Estimate: $7,000.00 – High Estimate: $9,000.00
Realized Price: $9,775.00
276: Alfred Gabali, maritime portrait of The Potosi

276: Alfred Gabali, maritime portrait of The Potosi

Alfred Gabali (Dutch/American, 1886-1963) oil on canvas, marine portrait of the sailing ship, The Potosi. Signed lower left and en verso in pen with inscription "The Potosi, Capt. Hilgendorf about 1890-1917". Very good condition with some creases in canvas due to stretcher. Sight: 23 1/4" H x 35 1/2" W, Framed: 27 1/4" H x 39 1/2" W.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $431.25
277: Edward Kellogg oil painting, Autumn lake scene

277: Edward Kellogg oil painting, Autumn lake scene

Large oil on Canvas by Edward Kellogg (American, b. 1944) Autumn lake scene, signed lower left, "E Kellogg", in excellent condition. 39 1/2" x 59 3/8" site; 46 1/2" x 66" framed. Kellogg has exhibited at the Knoxville Museum of Art, Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga, Mississippi State University and National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC (courtesy of AskART).

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $1,000.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
288: Lot of 9 Coin Silver Spoons, Albert Coles

288: Lot of 9 Coin Silver Spoons, Albert Coles

Lot of 9 American coin silver spoons, marked Albert Coles, New York, NY, 1835-1875, monogrammed, overall excellent condition, 8 3/4" L., 15.75 troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $125.00 – High Estimate: $150.00
Realized Price: $287.50
292: English Sterling Silver Fruit Bowl

292: English Sterling Silver Fruit Bowl

Sterling silver fruit bowl, repousse design with circular footed base, marks for Sheffield, 1897-98, James Deakin & Sons. Condition: denting and one area of repair near rim, some scratching and small dents to base. 9" diameter, 15.9 oz troy.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $632.50
293: 4 English Sterling Silver Items

293: 4 English Sterling Silver Items

4 English Sterling Silver items. 1st and 2nd items: Pair of Mappin and Webb Sterling Silver Sauceboats, each raised on three stepped pad feet and plain body with beaded edge terminating with flared lip and scroll shaped handle. Marked Mappin & Webb. Ltd. Sheffield & London and with hallmarks for 1901-1902. Overall excellent condition with two slight dents on one item underneath handle base. 3 1/4" H x 6 1/4" W x 3 6/8" D. 10.42 troy ounces. 3rd item: One Sterling Silver Footed Compote with piecrust border by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London, 1936, retailed by Barron Clark & Son, Boston, overall excellent condition with minor scratches. 2 3/4" H x 8" D, 9.31 troy ounces. 4th item: One Sterling Silver Sugar Caster, octagonal in shape with a removable pierced lid with urn finial by Thomas Barker, London, 1820, good condition with three small dents in body, 6 1/2" H x 2 3/4" D, 4.01 troy ounces. (4 pieces total, 23.74 total troy ounces)

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $375.00
Realized Price: $460.00
301: Baroque Style Silver Tea Service, 4 pcs.

301: Baroque Style Silver Tea Service, 4 pcs.

Continental silver four piece tea and coffee service, in the Baroque/Neoclassical transitional style, including coffee (12 1/2" H), tea (12" H), sugar (8 1/4" H) and creamer (6 1/2" H). Octagonal paneled bodies and bases with coffee and tea pots having wooden handles and urn finials. Marked on base with "800" and other illegible mark (possibly Italy). Monogrammed with "S". Very good condition with wear to handles and overall general wear. 105.14 total troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $1,400.00 – High Estimate: $1,800.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
303: Towle Sterling Flatware, Lady Mary, 56 pcs.

303: Towle Sterling Flatware, Lady Mary, 56 pcs.

Set of Sterling Silver flatware by Towle Manufacturing Co., "Lady Mary" pattern, including 8 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 salad forks,16 teaspoons, 8 fruit spoons, 3 tablespoons, 1 master butter spoon, 1 sugar shell, 1 sauce ladle, 1 tomato server, 1 pr sugar tongs. (56 pieces total). Good condition with normal wear. 8 3/4" L to 5 7/8" L. 47.135 total troy weighable silver.

Low Estimate: $650.00 – High Estimate: $850.00
Realized Price: $977.50
306: Gorham Old French pattern sterling flatware, 36 pc

306: Gorham Old French pattern sterling flatware, 36 pc

Sterling Silver Flatware Set, including 6 dinner knives, 6 dinner forks, 6 salad forks, 6 soup spoons, 6 teaspoons, & 6 individual butter spreaders, no monogram, excellent condition, 35.48 troy ounces without knives and spreaders.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $550.00
Realized Price: $862.50
307: Sterling Silver Round Tray or Charger

307: Sterling Silver Round Tray or Charger

Sterling tray or charger with embossed floral design border, marked "Sterling, SW511". overall excellent condition with expected wear. 14" Diameter. 28.115 troy ounces. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $546.25
308: Towle Sterling Flatware, French Provincial pattern

308: Towle Sterling Flatware, French Provincial pattern

Towle Sterling Flatware, French Provencial pattern, 66 pieces including 12 dinner forks (7 1/4" L), 12 salad forks (6 1/4" L), 12 teaspoons (5 3/4" L), 12 dinner knives, 11 soup spoons (6 1/4" L), 1 serving fork (8 1/4" L), 5 butter knives (5 3/4" L) and 1 cheese knife (6 3/4" L). No monograms. Normal wear and use. 60.735 troy ounces total weighable silver.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $1,380.00
310: Wallace Rose Point Sterling Flatware, 28 pcs.

310: Wallace Rose Point Sterling Flatware, 28 pcs.

Set of Sterling Silver flatware by Wallace Silversmiths Inc., Wallace Rose Point pattern, including 6 dinner knives, 4 dinner forks, 3 salad forks, 4 teaspoons, 1 master butter knife, 1 carving knife, 1 carving fork, 1 tomato server,2 tablespoons, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 meat fork, 1 gravy ladle, 1 sugar shell & 1 cream ladle. Good condition with normal wear. 13 3/4" L to 6" L. (28 pieces) 27.455 total troy ounces weighable silver.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $610.00
311: Westmoreland Sterling Flatware, 44 pcs.

311: Westmoreland Sterling Flatware, 44 pcs.

Set of Sterling Silver flatware by Westmoreland Sterling Co., "George and Martha" pattern, including 8 knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 salad forks, 8 teaspoons, 8 ice teaspoons, 4 soup spoons, 2 tablespoons, 1 butter knife & 1 sugar spoon. No monogram and good condition with normal wear. 8 3/4" L to 6" L. (48 pieces). 46.19 troy ounces total weighable silver.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $1,035.00
313: Sterling Hollowware, Reed & Barton and Wallace

313: Sterling Hollowware, Reed & Barton and Wallace

Sterling silver serving dish by Reed & Barton and sterling silver nut dish by Wallace. 1st item: Sterling Silver Serving Dish in a rectangular shape with scalloped border, "Windsor" pattern by Reed & Barton, with monogram: "MFT". Excellent condition, 2 1/4" H x 10 3/4"W x 7 3/4" D, mid 20th century. 2nd item: One oval sterling silver nut dish by Wallace with inverted scroll design, excellent condition, 1/8"H x 6 1/4" W x 4 1/2" D, mid 20th century. (2 items total) 17.83 total troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $373.75
315: Wallace sterling silver goblets, set of 12 plus 2

315: Wallace sterling silver goblets, set of 12 plus 2

Wallace sterling silver water goblets set of 12, each of inverted bell form with flaring bases. Marked "Wallace Sterling 16", monogrammed with initials "AMW". 6 3/4" H, excellent condition. Together with a pair of Wallace sterling silver goblets of similar form, marked "Wallace Sterling 14", not monogrammed, 6 3/4" H, excellent condition. 73 troy oz. 20th century. (14 total)

Low Estimate: $800.00 – High Estimate: $1,200.00
Realized Price: $1,265.00
318: Victorian gold and hairwork earrings, cufflinks, a

318: Victorian gold and hairwork earrings, cufflinks, a

Lot of Victorian gold and human hair jewelry. Consists of an elaborate pair of hair, seed pearl and gold filigree earrings, 1 1/4" drops; a pair of gold and hairwork cufflinks, 1/2" diameter; and a gold and hairwork swell front ladies ring. A couple of missing seed pearls on earrings and one area of possible repair to gold on back, otherwise all pieces in excellent condition. Gold not tested. Circa 1860.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $460.00
327: Helen Hardin Acrylic on board Flute Player

327: Helen Hardin Acrylic on board Flute Player

Acrylic on Board painting by Helen Hardin (1943-1984) "Hopi Flute Song". Depicts dancing Native American flute player encircled in a stylized round sun and with geometric grasses and stylized geometric background. Signed " Tsa-Sah-Wee-eh @1981". In excellent condition. Sight:17" H x 13" W, Framed: 26 1/2" H x 22 1/2" W. Private Tennessee collection. Biography (Courtesy of AskArt): In March of 1970, Helen Hardin's work appeared on the cover of New Mexico Magazine and was featured in the main article entitled "Tsa-Sah-Wee-Eh Does Her Thing". With this publication, Helen's status rose overnight to that of a national celebrity. Her Tewa name was Little Standing Spruce (Tsa-Sah-Wee-Eh) when she was born into the Santa Clara Pueblo community in 1943, but she had an Anglo father so she had a second name, Helen Hardin. Neither of her families accepted her because of her so-called "half-breed" identity. She was not allowed to do ceremonial dances with her people, which was a very important part of a child's identity in pueblo life. Her mother was well-known artist Pablita Velarde. She died in June of 1984 at age 41. Her work is included in several important Southwestern collections including the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.

Low Estimate: $2,000.00 – High Estimate: $3,000.00
Realized Price: $2,530.00
329: Cliff Fragua, two Polished Stone Sculptures

329: Cliff Fragua, two Polished Stone Sculptures

Two Polished Stone Sculptures by Jemez Pueblo sculptor Cliff Fragua. 1st item: Sculpture of kneeling Native American holding wooden smudge fan of eagle feathers, excellent condition, 6 3/8" H x 4 1/4" W x 5" D, 1970s. This sculpture won 3rd place at the Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Show in Gallup, NM, 1979. 2nd item: Polished Stone Sculpture of Native American figure. Excellent condition, 15 3/4" H x 5" W x 9' D. circa 1975. (2 items). Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $800.00
Realized Price: $805.00
354: Southwest Indian Acoma effigy jar

354: Southwest Indian Acoma effigy jar

Southwest Native American Acoma or Santa Domingo pottery Effigy Vessel with the face and tail of an animal and with hand-painted geometric designs in colors of sienna and brown. Overall very good condition. 6" H x 6 1/4" W x 7 3/4" L. late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $373.75
356: 3 SW Pottery pcs: Grace Medicine Flower & Red Star

356: 3 SW Pottery pcs: Grace Medicine Flower & Red Star

1st item: Miniature sgraffito seed pot by Grace Medicine Flower, carved hummingbird and feather design in sienna and buff, signed and dated on base, "Grace Medicine Flower 80", very good condition with abrasions on base but signature is legible, 2 3/4" h x 3" D. 2nd item: Small Santa Clara Redware Jar by Grace Medicine Flower with finely incised decoration of encircling serpents and feathers. Signed on base,"Grace Medicine Flower 79", 3"H x 2 1/2" D. Excellent condition. 3rd item: Small Black Incised Pot by Red Star with deer and feather designs. Signed on base, Red Star Sioux", excellent condition, 2 3/4" H x 3 1/2" D. 20th century. (3 items total). Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $1,000.00
Realized Price: $1,265.00
359: Black Bear pottery figural by Dora Tse Pe

359: Black Bear pottery figural by Dora Tse Pe

Black Bear pottery figural with turquoise, wood and suede by Dora Tse- Pe, excellent condition, 4"H x 4 3/4' L x 2 1/2"D. 20th century. Provenance: Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $862.50
360: Joseph Lonewolfe, Santa Clara Pueblo pottery

360: Joseph Lonewolfe, Santa Clara Pueblo pottery

Santa Clara Pueblo pottery, Joseph Lonewolf egg-shaped scraffito carving of 3 dancing flute players, incised signature on bottom, "Joseph Lonewolfe, N26BOAM, 80" with wolf monogram, 2 1/4"H. Excellent condition. Provenance: Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $920.00
363: Large San Ildefonso jar, Blue Corn, feather desig

363: Large San Ildefonso jar, Blue Corn, feather desig

Large San Ildefonso Blackware covered pottery Jar by Blue Corn, with traditional feather design wrapping around body, geometric designs around neck and concentric ring designs on upper base. Contains a silver lid with geometric designs and a turquoise carved floral finial, lid marked inside "KJB". Signed Blue Corn/ San Ildefonso Pueblo, height 11". Excellent condition. This jar won third prize in the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup, New Mexico, 1982.

Low Estimate: $2,500.00 – High Estimate: $3,500.00
Realized Price: $3,450.00
364: Red glazed & Turquoise Pot with lid by Tony Da

364: Red glazed & Turquoise Pot with lid by Tony Da

San Ildefonso pottery jar by Tony Da (1940-2008) with red body, sgraffito hummingbird and other organic designs, turquoise inserts, two concentric rows of beads around upper shoulder of jar, compressed globular body and conical lid with turquoise inserts around perimeter of lid edge. Base signed "DA". Overall excellent condition. 6 1/2" height with lid, 5 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $4,000.00 – High Estimate: $6,000.00
Realized Price: $35,650.00
367: Acoma, NM star pattern bowl by Juana Leno

367: Acoma, NM star pattern bowl by Juana Leno

Acoma, New Mexico pottery bowl by Juana Leno with a fine line star pattern in black on white ground and a pressed pattern on orange painted rim. Signed on base, "Leno Acoma, NM". Excellent condition. 6 3/4" H x 8 1/4" Diameter. circa 1975. Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $460.00
368: Santa Clara redware pot by Golden Rod, prize winne

368: Santa Clara redware pot by Golden Rod, prize winne

Santa Clara, Pueblo redware pottery jar by Golden Rod with 4 running deer, wheat and sun encircling opening of pot. Signed Golden Rod on base. Excellent condition. 3 1/16" H x 4' diameter. Golden Rod is the daughter of potter Lonewolfe. This pot won 2nd place at the ENIPC Artists and Craftsman Show, San Ildefonso, Pueblo, 1977. Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $373.75
369: Santa Clara redware eagle pot by Wallace Youvella

369: Santa Clara redware eagle pot by Wallace Youvella

Santa Clara, Pueblo redware pottery jar by Wallace Youvella with sgraffito carved eagle encircled by geometric and feather design. Signed "Wallace Youvella" on base. Excellent condition. 4" H x 3 3/4" Diameter. Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $373.75
374: Gerard Rutgers Hardenbergh Watercolor Landscape

374: Gerard Rutgers Hardenbergh Watercolor Landscape

Watercolor landscape painting by Gerard Rutgers Hardenbergh (1855-1915, American, New Jersey) depicting ships or barges on a river, signed and dated "Gerard R. Hardenberg, 1894" lower middle. Condition – Overall excellent condition with some toning to matte. Sight – 13 3/4" Height x 21 1/2" Width. Framed – 21 1/4" Height x 28 3/4" Width.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $500.00
Realized Price: $632.50
377: American School Landscape, oil on canvas

377: American School Landscape, oil on canvas

Gilt framed oil on canvas landscape painting with stream in the foreground, mountainous background. Unsigned. Condition – Cracklure to sky area and some flaking to the frame. Sight – 21 1/2" H X 29 1/2", Framed 29 1/2" H X 37 1/2" W. American. Late 19th or early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $517.50
379: Clarence Stagg, Portrait of a Woman

379: Clarence Stagg, Portrait of a Woman

Portrait of a Red-headed woman in a blue dress by Clarence Alfred Stagg (Tennessee, 1902-1942). Signed lower left. Painted wooden frame. Condition: Professionally conserved by Dee Minault of Cumberland Art Conservation in 2007. Lined, with scattered inpainting. Additional conservation notes en verso. 20 1/2" x 17" sight, 24 1/2 x 20 1/2" framed. Provenance: Dee Minault estate, Nashville, TN purchased from the estate of Stagg's brother in 2007. Note: Stagg was born in Nashville and studied in the Northeast, but returned to Tennessee in 1929 and opened an art studio. He worked primarily in the 1930s and was influenced by Cubism and Futurism.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $373.75
399: Blue Ridge chocolate set, "Romance" pattern, 4 ite

399: Blue Ridge chocolate set, "Romance" pattern, 4 ite

Blue Ridge porcelain (Erwin, Tennessee) tea set, "Romance" Pattern. Set includes chocolate pot with lid (10" H), sugar (4" H) and creamer(4" H) and tray (15" X 9"). All pieces overall excellent condition. Early to mid 20th century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $287.50
401: Blue Ridge Porcelain fish platter

401: Blue Ridge Porcelain fish platter

Blue Ridge Porcelain (Erwin, Tennessee) platter with depiction of a fish. Over all very good condition, minor firing/glazing defects. (17" W X 13" H). Early to Mid 20th Century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $175.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $575.00
406: Blue Ridge Porcelain Cabin Scene plate, sgd Broyle

406: Blue Ridge Porcelain Cabin Scene plate, sgd Broyle

Blue Ridge Porcelain (Erwin, Tennessee) Cabin Scene plate, green, yellow, and purple rings. Signed by artist Mildred L. Broyles. Overall excellent condition. (10.3" D) Early to mid 20th century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $230.00
416: Blue Ridge Porcelain, "A'la mode" pattern, 49 piec

416: Blue Ridge Porcelain, "A'la mode" pattern, 49 piec

Lot of Blue Ridge Porcelain (Erwin, Tennessee), "A la Mode" pattern, with orange and blue border. 10 salad plates, 9 sorbet bowls, 11 teacups, 9 saucers, 1 coffee pot with lid, 1 creamer and sugar bowl set, and 7 dinner plates. Total 49 pieces. overall excellent condition. Early to mid 20th century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $373.75
419: Blue Ridge "Fox Grape" serving set, 48 pieces

419: Blue Ridge "Fox Grape" serving set, 48 pieces

Blue Ridge Porcelain (Erwin, Tennessee), "Fox Grape" pattern serving set. Set includes, coffee pot with lid (9.5" H), 8 dinner plates (9.25" D), 8 salad plates (9" D), 8 saucers (6" D), 8 dessert bowls (5.25" D), 8 cups (2.5" H), 2 serving dishes (9.5" X 7.5" X 2" H), 1 sauce boat (3.5" H), 1 platter (13.25"W X 10" L), sugar (4.5" H), and creamer (3" H). All pieces over all excellent condition. Early to mid 20th Century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $546.25
428: Ivory Tusk on stand

428: Ivory Tusk on stand

Polished uncarved elephant or walrus ivory tusk, signed on end, convex form, on wooden stand. Overall excellent condition, nice old patina with age cracks on end. 14" Length. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $700.00
Realized Price: $747.50
429: Carved Ivory Figure from an elephant tusk

429: Carved Ivory Figure from an elephant tusk

Asian carved ivory figure from an elephant tusk of a woman holding flowers and brush, markings on base. Overall good condition with 2 small cracks at base of carving. 16 1/2" H. Chinese, early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $805.00
434: Oriental Rosewood Round Low Table

434: Oriental Rosewood Round Low Table

Asian Rosewood round low table, comprised of two parts. Top is comprised of smokey gray marble center set into a rosewood frame with mother of pearl floral inlay and a scalloped apron with detailed fretwork, also with mother of pearl floral inlay. Folding base is comprised of rosewood with a lion claw foot around ball and mother of pearl inlay. Overall good condition with a few areas of missing inlay and some age cracks to wood. 15 1/2" H x 33 1/4" W. Probably Chinese, Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $805.00
446: Chinese Export Mug or Tankard, Clobbered style

446: Chinese Export Mug or Tankard, Clobbered style

Chinese Export Mug/Tankard, Clobbered style, iron red and blue coloring with five cartouche designs depicting landscapes and figures on a veranda with dragon handle. Overall excellent condition with very minor fleabite chip to rim (almost inconspicuous). 5 1/4" H. Early 19th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $575.00
447: Clobbered Chinese Vase, 18th century

447: Clobbered Chinese Vase, 18th century

Chinese porcelain bottle vase with "clobbered" design, along with rosewood pedestal. Excellent condition. 9 1/4" Height. 18th century.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $575.00
452: Aquatint Etching after Francisco de Goya

452: Aquatint Etching after Francisco de Goya

Aquatint etching after Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828), pencil titled "Origin of the banderillas" (Plate 7 of La Tauromaquia). Pencil inscription lower right, "LD 230 IV Loizelet ed. 1876" Very good condition. Sight – 8 6/8" H x 13 1/4" W. Framed – 17" H x 23" W.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $431.25
458: After W.H. Trood, "The Competitors" dog engraving

458: After W.H. Trood, "The Competitors" dog engraving

Colored engraving after W.H.Trood (William Henry Hamilton Trood, British 1848-1899) titled "The Competitors" depicting various dog or puppy breeds along with their attributes: Impudence, Indifference, Featausy, Concert, Modesty, Sulkiness, Nervousness, Sleepiness & Envy. Printed 1884, London. Excellent condition. Sight – 17 3/8" H x 34" W. 30 1/2" H x 47 3/4" W.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $575.00
468: Pair of Serpentine Chests by Baker

468: Pair of Serpentine Chests by Baker

Pair of labeled Baker Furniture Co. highly figured Mahogany Chests of Drawers, each having a serpentine front, 3 dovetailed drawers, one chest with top drawer fitted for interior compartments, very good condition with expected slight surface scratches, abrasions and couple of water stains to top, 34 3/8" H x 36 1/8" W x 20 1/4" D. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $550.00 – High Estimate: $650.00
Realized Price: $862.50
479: Louis XV table and pair of chairs

479: Louis XV table and pair of chairs

Lot of three French Furniture Items, Table & 2 Chairs. 1st item – Louis XV style table, mahogany, book match inlaid veneer top with burled wood edging, open pierced carved apron and foliate carved cabriole legs. Overall good condition with some abrasions to wood. 29 1/2" H X 31" W X 23 1/2" D. 20th century. 2nd item – Pair of Louis XVI style upholstered side chairs. Caned back with carved foliate wood frame and cabriole legs. Upholstered seats. Overall good condition. 36" H X 19" W X 19" D each. 20th Century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $402.50
484: Pennsylvania Stoneware Jar, Hamilton & Jones

484: Pennsylvania Stoneware Jar, Hamilton & Jones

Pennsylvania cobalt decorated pottery jar with stenciled decoration "Hamilton & Jones, Greensboro, P.A." and "2", denoting gallon capacity. Rolled rim and freehand cobalt sine wave decoration at top and base. Overall excellent condition. 11 1/2" H. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $373.75
490: Pigeon Forge Pottery Douglas Ferguson signed lot

490: Pigeon Forge Pottery Douglas Ferguson signed lot

Pigeon Forge Pottery tea set signed Douglas Ferguson, set includes teapot with lid (7" H), creamer (3" H) and sugar bowl (4.5" H) and 2 vases (8" H). Each piece signed by artist. Minor glaze firing void on rim of black "rook" vase. overall excellent condition. Late 20th century. Provenance – Florida estate.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $287.50
500: Navajo silver and Morenci turquoise jewelry, 3 pcs

500: Navajo silver and Morenci turquoise jewelry, 3 pcs

Three pieces Morenci turquoise/Navajo silver jewelry. Includes a squash blossom necklace, bracelet with 8 stones, and ladies ring with 7 stones. Necklace is 26" end to end, 2 5/8" naja. Provenance: Purchased from Amerind Gallery Authentic Handmade American Indian Arts & Crafts, Washington D.C., 1973.

Low Estimate: $400.00 – High Estimate: $600.00
Realized Price: $920.00
522: Knoxville TN marked iron garden gate

522: Knoxville TN marked iron garden gate

Cast Iron Garden Gate, marked with maker and "Knoxville, TN" on top crest. overall excellent condition with expected wear. 41 1/2" H x 27 1/2" W. Late 19th/Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $345.00
558: French Classical Music Clock

558: French Classical Music Clock

French classical music clock, ebonized wood with vaulted pediment, alabaster Corinthian columns, applied mother of pearl decoration and gilt accents. Music box plays two songs. Condition – Wear to clock face with missing pendulum and other hands. Crack to glass clock cover. Losses to gilt and mother of pearl decoration. Clock not tested for functionality. Music box functional. 23" H x 14 1/8" W x 5 6/8" D. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $402.50
559: 30 pcs Waterford Crystal, Lismore Pattern

559: 30 pcs Waterford Crystal, Lismore Pattern

Lot of 30 Waterford Crystal pieces, Lismore Pattern, including 10 sherbet cups, 12 water/wine goblets, and 8 claret glasses. Overall good condition with damage to rim of one sherbet.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $805.00
563: 20 pcs Cranberry Thumbprint Glass

563: 20 pcs Cranberry Thumbprint Glass

Grouping of Cranberry Thumbprint Glass including pitcher (9 3/4" H), creamer (5 1/2" H), sugar (5" H), 10 tumblers (4" H) and 6 bowls 4 3/8" D). Pitcher, creamer and sugar have wavy tops with applied ribbed clear handles. One bowl cracked, all other items very good condition, together with a Victorian silver plate and cranberry glass pickle caster marked "Richfield Plate Co., 1098". Overall good condition with one dent to base. 10 1/2" H. 20 items total.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $431.25
571: Lot of 2 Pottery Mugs

571: Lot of 2 Pottery Mugs

Lot of Two Pottery Mugs. 1st item – Royal Bayreuth Pottery Stein with handpainted images of two polar bears in an Arctic setting. Stamped "Royal Bayreuth, Bavaria" on base. Some firing imperfections and stain to handle. 7 1/4" H. 2nd item – Art pottery handpainted mug with flowering rose on branch. Unusual curved handle with maker's mark below. Excellent condition. 5 1/2" H. Both items late 19th/Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $402.50
572: Wedgewood China, Columbia Pattern, Service for 8

572: Wedgewood China, Columbia Pattern, Service for 8

Set of Wedgewood China, Columbia Pattern, service for 8. 40 total pieces. White ground with enameled floral decoration, green trim with center design. Condition – 1 bread plate, 1 dinner plate and 3 luncheon plates cracked.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $431.25
575: 12 Lenox Boehm collectors' plates: 4 wildlife & 8

575: 12 Lenox Boehm collectors' plates: 4 wildlife & 8

12 Lenox Boehm Collectors' plates: Mockingbirds, 1978, Goldfinch, 1971 (2), Robin, 1977, Cardinal, 1976, Rufous Hummingbird, 1974, The Meadowlark, 1973, American Redstart, 1975, Eastern Chipmunks, 1976, Red Foxes, 1974, Raccoons, 1973 (2). 10 11/16 D, all excellent condition and in original boxes except for 1 Goldfinch.

Low Estimate: $150.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $373.75
577: Royal Bavarian gold service plates (8)

577: Royal Bavarian gold service plates (8)

Eight Hutschenreuther "Gold Bavarian" service plates or chargers, etched gilt border with green enameled band, etched gold medallion centers. Marked on back Royal Bavarian, Hutschenruether, Selb Bavaria, "Favorite" with gold overglaze retailer or artist mark, G.B. Koy. Overall good condition with some scattered wear. 10 3/4" diameter.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $400.00
Realized Price: $632.50
583: German Regimental Stein with Lithopane base

583: German Regimental Stein with Lithopane base

German Regimental Stein with Lithopane base, dated 1906-1908. Good condition with dent to finial on pewter lid, 11 3/4" tall. Provenance: Given to an American colonel during the Occupation after WWII and passed down in the family.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $150.00
Realized Price: $345.00
588: S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Bowl

588: S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Bowl

Sterling Silver Bowl by S. Kirk & Son with reeded rim and center monogram "MFT", excellent condition. 2 5/8" H x 9 1/2" D, mid 20th century. 15.86 troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $175.00 – High Estimate: $225.00
Realized Price: $402.50
590: Sterling Silver creamers & sugar

590: Sterling Silver creamers & sugar

1st item: One Sterling Silver Creamer by Watson Company with hinged lid in Federal style, monogrammed "AHT", good condition with one small dent in body, 8" H x 7 3/4 W, mid-20th century. 2nd item: Sterling silver sugar and creamer by M. Fred Hirsch Co., monogrammed "F", good condition with some dents, 3" H x 4 3/4" W, early 20th century. (3 items total) 13.44 total troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $150.00
Realized Price: $345.00
591: Gorham Sterling Silver water pitcher

591: Gorham Sterling Silver water pitcher

Sterling silver water pitcher by Gorham with scrolled handle and reeded rim, monogrammed "AHT". Overall very good condition with minor dents to upper shoulder. 10" H, 23.26 troy ounces. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Low Estimate: $250.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $488.75
592: International Sterling Flatware, Serenity pattern,

592: International Sterling Flatware, Serenity pattern,

International Sterling Silver Flatware, Serenity pattern, cased, 63 pieces. 9 dinner knives, 9 dinner forks, 6 salad forks, 11 teaspoons, 6 table spoons, 13 butter knives, 3 cocktail forks, 2 large jelly servers, 1 large serving fork, 1 soup spoon, 1 demitasse spoon, 1 small pickle fork, 1 pierced bon bon spoon. Marked International, Serenity, with American hallmark. Overall good condition, box with age and wear. 58.66 weighable ounces troy. American. 20th century.

Low Estimate: $600.00 – High Estimate: $700.00
Realized Price: $1,265.00
601: Lot of Two Persian Silver Items

601: Lot of Two Persian Silver Items

Lot of Two Middle Eastern Silver Items. 1st item: Rosewater spice tower with pierced holes to top, and embossed floral decoration, good condition, 12 1/2" H x 3 3/4" Diameter, 20th century. 2nd item: Middle Eastern silver vase with scroll top and embossed decoration, marked "SILVER 95.T", very good condition, 9" h x 3" Diameter of base, 20th century. 22.24 troy ounces. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $225.00 – High Estimate: $325.00
Realized Price: $747.50
602: Persian Silver Tea Service, 3 pieces

602: Persian Silver Tea Service, 3 pieces

Three piece Persian Silver Tea Service including heavily embossed coffee pot, creamer and sugar each with hinged lid, overall excellent condition except pin missing on one hinge. 8 1/8" H to 3 1/8" H and 3 1/2 D to 21/4" Diameter. 20th century. 21.375 troy ounces. Provenance: Knoxville, TN collection.

Low Estimate: $225.00 – High Estimate: $325.00
Realized Price: $747.50
604: Lunt "Lace Point" sterling silver flatware 45 pcs

604: Lunt "Lace Point" sterling silver flatware 45 pcs

Lunt Sterling Co. "Lace Point" sterling silver flatware: 8 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 salad forks, 10 teaspoons, 4 iced teaspoons,1 master butter, 1 sugar spoon, 1 gravy ladle, 1 cake server, 1 pierced serving spoon, 1 pierced cold meat fork and 1 serving spoon. Total 45 pieces. overall excellent condition, 9" L to 6" L, American, circa 1965. 47.55 weighable troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $500.00 – High Estimate: $550.00
Realized Price: $1,035.00
613: Gorham sterling pitcher and 2 plates

613: Gorham sterling pitcher and 2 plates

Lot of 3 Sterling Silver items. 1st item – Assembled pair of sterling plates with filigree detail around perimeter of each. Both marked sterling, probably American. Abrasions and some losses due to wear. 9 1/2" diameter. Late 19th to Early 20th century. 2nd item – Gorham Sterling Water Pitcher with Gorham hallmarks, 4 1/2 pint capacity and stamp for J. E. Caldwell & Co. Condition – Various pitting and dents to body and base. Monogrammed. 8" H. 35.995 total troy ounces.

Low Estimate: $300.00 – High Estimate: $350.00
Realized Price: $690.00
635: Pennsylvania Tulip Quilt

635: Pennsylvania Tulip Quilt

Applique and embroidered cotton quilt with blue scalloped border and urns of tulips. Condition: one light yellow stain to far right side, center, otherwise excellent condition. 76" x 75". Pennsylvania, circa 1930.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $575.00
638: Farahan Sarouk Rug, Persia

638: Farahan Sarouk Rug, Persia

Finely woven Farahan Sarouk Rug. Black, blue, red, and green central medallion and borders, ivory field. Overall excellent condition with even wear to pile, a few places where a couple of threads have been pulled. Slight prick to center medallion. 57 3/4" H x 39" W. Late 19th century.

Low Estimate: $1,200.00 – High Estimate: $1,400.00
Realized Price: $1,380.00
644: 1924 World Series Senators Scorecard, Signed

644: 1924 World Series Senators Scorecard, Signed

1924 World Series Washington Senators vs. New York Scorecard, several hand signed pages. Signatures include Walter Johnson, Tom Zachary, Curly Ogden, Joe Judge, Stanley Harris, Sam Rice, Goose Goslin, and Ralph J. Miller. All hand signatures appear on player page above facsimile signature. Overall very good condition with water stain to upper right corner (interior & exterior), slight spine wear and one small margin tear to front & back covers.

Low Estimate: $600.00 – High Estimate: $1,000.00
Realized Price: $1,495.00
646: Flat Iron Candy Container

646: Flat Iron Candy Container

Flat Iron candy container. Ribbed glass for gripping and beveled top edge. Beveled bottom edge with tin snap-on bottom closure and five tabs. Traces of gilt paint on handle and top. Overall excellent condition. 3 1/2" L x 2 1/8" w x 2 1/8" H. Early 20th century.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $402.50
656: Dooling Gas Powered Race Car

656: Dooling Gas Powered Race Car

Dooling Mercury front drive 2nd series racer. Aluminum car with original engine and tires (hardened with age). Brass grill on front. Body in very good condition. Car has not tested for functionality. 18" L. Early to Mid 20th Century.

Low Estimate: $700.00 – High Estimate: $900.00
Realized Price: $1,610.00
661: WWII Photo Album

661: WWII Photo Album

WWII photo album belonging to unknown American army medical x-ray technician detailing his wartime experience in England, France and Germany. Numerous photos of England including many famous historical sights, numerous photos of France including some pertaining to the D-day invasion with landing crafts and LSTs, Oran Beach invasion in French Morocco and Paris, photos of blimps, photos of German graves and prisoners, numerous x-ray related photos and photos of several celebrities including Edward G. Robertson, James Cagney, Bob Hope and Frances Lankford. Additional pictures include photos showing abandoned German panzers, shell damage to an American tank, and German pill boxes. An example of WWII photographic history through the eyes of a medical team, during and just after the war. 481 pictures. overall excellent condition.

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $250.00
Realized Price: $345.00
662: Nazi Kregsmarine Dagger

662: Nazi Kregsmarine Dagger

Nazi Kregsmarine Dagger, Naval Military, by W.K.C. Officer's dress dagger retains the original gold wash lightening bolt style scabbard with oak leaves carved into fittings on the rings and double etched blade. Ivory gold wrapped grip with the German eagle and swastika on the pommel and anchors on the cross guard. Condition – Loss to gold wrap on grip, wear to blade near cross guard and wear to gold wash on scabbard, pommel and cross guard. 16 1/2" L. Circa 1936-1938.

Low Estimate: $350.00 – High Estimate: $450.00
Realized Price: $460.00
685: Lot of US Silver Coins, Commemorative Half Dollars

685: Lot of US Silver Coins, Commemorative Half Dollars

Lot of US Silver Coins, Commemorative Half Dollars and Paper. Lot includes: one 1878S Morgan Dollar (MS-62), 23 Kennedy Half Dollars (three dated 1964, two bi-centennial), two Silver Dollar pieces (one bicentennial), one $1 Silver Certificate, two Stone Mountain Silver Half Dollars (AU-50 & MS-60), one 1926 US Sesquicentennial Half Dollar and one 1951 Booker T. Washington Half Dollar. (31 items total)

Low Estimate: $200.00 – High Estimate: $300.00
Realized Price: $287.50
691: 19th c. Wooden Tool Caddy, with early tools

691: 19th c. Wooden Tool Caddy, with early tools

Handled wooden tool caddy with over 100 leather and/or wood handled woodworking tools, including some handles with interchangeable tool heads. 19th century. Found in Morristown, TN estate.

Low Estimate: $100.00 – High Estimate: $200.00
Realized Price: $373.75

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