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Lot 154: Important "TVA" Quilt, designed by Ruth Clement Bond Important "TVA" Quilt, designed by Ruth Clement Bond Lot 154: Important "TVA" Quilt, designed by Ruth Clement Bond

Important African American "TVA" Quilt, designed by Ruth Clement Bond and made by an unknown quilter working in the TVA dam sites at the juncture of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee, circa 1937. The hand-stitched cotton quilt with cotton batting depicts a young black man with government-uniformed white arm on his right shoulder and a fiddle or guitar in his left hand, held by a woman whose face appears in partial profile upper right foreground and whose form is suggested by two partial curves in the foreground, right edge. The man's head is turned toward his right with his knees bent, against a background of sinking sun and light green foliage. Pale brown border with quilted vine and bud stitching and solid light orange backing. Unsigned. 81" H x 62" W. Note: This is one of five known surviving quilts in this pattern, named one of the top 100 quilts of the 20th century by judges elected from the Alliance for American Quilts, the American Quilt Study Group, the International Quilt Association, and the National Quilt Association. This lot includes a 1978 photograph of the quilt taken at "Seay-Me-Home," the vacation home of its then-owner, Maurice Seay, along with a copy of a typewritten document dated 1976 found with the quilt, describing Seay's connection to the quilt. It states this quilt was given as an expression of gratitude by workers at the Pickwick Dam Village to Maurice Seay, director of the educational program at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) dam sites during the Depression era. It was designed by Ruth Clement Bond (1904-2005), an African American educator, civic leader, and designer who "helped transform the American quilt from a utilitarian bedcovering into a work of avant-garde social commentary" (Source: The New York Times obituary of Mrs. Bond, Nov. 13, 2005 – https://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/13/obituaries/ruth-clement-bond-101-quilter-and-civic-leader-is-dead.html ). Bond accompanied her husband, Dr. J. Max Bond, to the TVA dam construction sites where he had been hired in 1934 as a personnel manager to work with the black construction workers. He was, at the time, the company's highest ranking African American official. Mrs. Bond supplied wives of the workers living at the various sites with quilt designs, many rich with symbolism, including this one, which exhibits elements reminiscent of paintings by Harlem Renaissance artist Aaron Douglas (particularly his mural series, "Aspects of Negro Life," 1934). This is one of five quilts in this particular pattern known to exist along with one smaller related textile. The smaller textile is in the collection of the Museum of Art and Design in New York, one quilt is in the Michigan State University African American quilt collection, and a second quilt is in the private collection at TVA Headquarters. The whereabouts of the other two, both documented prior to 1990 by author and quilt researcher Merikay Waldvogel, are unknown. A detailed discussion of these so-called "TVA Quilts" can be found in Waldvogel's book, "Soft Covers for Hard Times: Quiltmaking and the Great Depression" (Rutledge Hill Press, 1990). It contains information from interviews with Bond and two of the quilters, Rose Marie Thomas and Grace Tyler. All offered slightly differing titles and meanings for the quilt. Bond herself stated "The man with his banjo is full of frivolity. He is between the hand of the government [TVA] and the hand of a woman. He must choose between the government job and the life he has known…we wanted to show that he chose the TVA job. It has a hopeful message…things were getting better and the black worker had a part in it." (p. 80). Note: The Seay paperwork dated 1976 (which appears to have been compiled for an exhibit at Western Michigan University the same year) indicates this quilt was made in Northeastern Mississippi, however, the other surviving quilts all have strong ties to the Wheeler Dam construction site in North Alabama. CONDITION: Central image in very good structural condition with even fading and a 3" area of tiny scattered stains lower left; a couple of tiny areas of separation in stitching at lowermost edge of guitar and on subject's left lower leg at edge. Border with overall fading in addition to discoloration and significant color loss along lower section. Scattered smaller areas of border have barely noticeable discoloration (largest is 1"L, positioned along right edge). Documentation with this lot includes a note from this quilt's original owner, Maurice Seay, dated 1988, stating that the bottom of the quilt "was stained and faded as it hung on the north wall in the cabin." [See more photos →]

$50,400.00
Lot 60A: Exceptional Franklin, Tennessee sampler, 1836 Lot 60A: Exceptional Franklin, Tennessee sampler, 1836 Lot 60A: Exceptional Franklin, Tennessee sampler, 1836
Important Franklin, Tennessee house sampler by Mary Elizabeth Collins, April 1836. This sampler relates to a group of four documented samplers from Middle TN. The group is referred to as the “Cartouche, Wreath, and Vase Group”. This specific sampler contains nine different stitching techniques and the baskets are characteristic of Middle Tennessee samplers from the early 1830s to the late 1850s (research courtesy of Jennifer C. Core, Tennessee Sampler Survey). Condition – 5th row of letters show deterioration. Some missing linen to top right edge. Framed – 19 7/8″ height x 19 6/8″ width. Sight – 16 5/8″ height x 16 1/2″ width. Note: Sampler has been photographed and documented by the Tennessee Sampler Survey.

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$30,000.00
Lot 659: West Tennessee Sampler, 1837, Mary Jane Russell West Tennessee Sampler, 1837, Mary Jane Russell Lot 659: West Tennessee Sampler, 1837, Mary Jane Russell

Scarce West Tennessee needlework sampler, silk on linen, by Mary Jane Russell of Brownsville TN, Haywood County, 1837, with unusually comprehensive biographical information. Multicolored border comprised of eyelet stitch on one side and cross stitched zig zag pattern on top, and cross-stitched green and white chainlink pattern on right side, enclosing 2 rows of upper case alphabets (cross and eyelet stitches), and 1 of lowercase alphabets plus 2 rows of numbers. Note: this sampler has been documented by the Tennessee Sampler Survey. It is one of only about ten documented samplers from West Tennessee, and the only known Tennessee sampler which contains the stitcher's birthplace (Orange County, North Carolina, Feb. 3, 1825 – indicative of the migratory pattern of early Tennessee settlers as they advanced to the Western wilderness). Sampler also includes Russell's birthdate, Feb. 3, 1825, along with her home location of Brownsville and sampler date, "Nov the 2. 1837." According to genealogical information from the Tennessee Sampler Survey, Mary Jane Russell came from NC to Haywood County, Tennessee in 1826 with her parents, James W. Russell and Nancy Brewer. There was a Brownsville Academy in the community by 1831 (which may have been co-ed), and Mary Jane may have made her sampler there. Records obtained by the Tennessee Sampler Survey show her father fell behind on his payments there in 1833 and 1834 and was sued by the Board of Common School Commissions. Mary Jane may also have been instructed by her aunt, Mrs. W.C. Russell, who was a teacher in the county. Sometime after 1840, Mary Jane, her parents, and several siblings moved to Texas. She married Stephen Decatur Rainey there in 1847 and they had three children. She died in Harrison County, Texas in 1898 and is buried in Marshall Cemetery. A packet of genealogical information will be provided to the winning bidder on request. Old, possibly original lemon gilt molded frame. Sight: 10 3/4" H x 17 1/2" W. Framed: 4 3/4" H x 21 1/2" W. CONDITION: 3/4" area of repair above first letter C, 1/2" area of repair upper center edge above letter F, a few other scattered small areas of ground loss/holes, discoloration/toning and fading throughout. Sampler has not been examined out of frame. [See more photos →]

$10,200.00
Lot 591: Tennessee Sampler, Henley Family, Knox County Tennessee Sampler, Henley Family, Knox County Lot 591: Tennessee Sampler, Henley Family, Knox County

Tennessee needlework Family Register sampler, worked 1830 by Elizabeth M. Henley at the Knoxville Female Academy. Elizabeth Henley, granddaughter of Revolutionary War hero Col. David Henley, married Barclay McGhee, grandson of Knoxville settler and politician Col. Charles McClung. Silk on linen sampler with wide floral border, partially unfinished, with zig zag design satin stitch edging in contrasting light and dark threads, enclosing three rows of cross-stitched alphabet, the date 1830 and a row of numbers, over a bud and heart-with-cross motif band, over two verses: "Teach me to feel another's woe/To hide the fault I see/that Mercy to others show /that mercy show to me" and "When age shall steal on me and youth is no more/and the moralist Time shakes his glass at my door/What charm in lost beauty or wealth shall find/my treasure my wealth is a sweet peace of mind". Below the side by side verses is Elizabeth M. Henley's signature and a family register with names and birth dates of her father, Arthur H. Henley, born Nov. 15, 1782; mother Ann E. Henley born Sept. 29, 1798, and siblings and/or possibly cousins: Sally H. Henley, born Feb. 20, 1816; David Henley, born Oct. 5, 1816; Mary K. Henley born Nov. 16, 1820; Alexander S. Henley born Nov. 15, 1822; and Mildred W. Henley (no birth date stated). Housed under glass in an early 20th century stained molded wood frame. 17 1/2" H x 21 3/4" W sight; 19 1/2" H x 23 3/4" W framed. Note: This sampler has been documented by the Tennessee Sampler Survey ( a copy of this report will accompany the sampler). Elizabeth Henley was born 1819 in Monroe County, Tennesssee to Arthur and Ann Henley. Her grandfather on her father's side, David Henley, was a Continental Army officer during the American Revolutionary War, who served as George Washington's intelligence chief and prisoner of war commandant. He later served as the Agent for the United States War Department for the Southwest Territory (later Tennessee) in the 1790s. Elizabeth's name appears in the Knoxville Female Academy catalog for 1831 along with that of her sister Mary, and may have been worked while she was attending this school in Knox County, or at the Bolivar Academy in Madisonville, Monroe Co. as it bears a resemblence to other samplers made there at that time, according to the Tennessee Sampler Survey. Sadly, Elizabeth did not live long enough to reach the old age to which she alluded in her verse. She married Barclay McGhee in 1843 and died the following year at the age of 25, twelve days after the birth of their daughter. Barclay McGhee was the son of John Charles McGhee and Elizabeth Betsy Jones McClung McGhee (daughter of Knoxville settler and surveyor Colonel Charles McClung (1761-1835); he also was known as the master of land his family owned on the prehistoric Native American site in Monroe County called Toqua. Three years after Elizabeth's death, Barclay married her sister Mary (whose name appears on the sampler). In 1856, at the age of 32, Barclay was found dead in a Chattanooga hotel room with a slit throat! Period accounts leave it unclear as to whether his wounds were self inflicted or the result of a deadly feud with a neighbor. Provenance: The Living Estate of Elizabeth Johnston Davidson Frierson, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Sampler has not been fully removed from frame but appears glued to cardboard backing. Overall discoloration to ground and fading to thread. Two significant areas of staining, 2" diameter center right and 4" diameter center left, other scattered minor spots of darker discoloration throughout. No apparent holes or significant losses, although the names Alexander and Mildred appear to have possibly been reinforced with darker thread or added later. [See more photos →]

$7,200.00
Lot 646: Gee's Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer Gee's Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer Lot 646: Gee's Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer

Gee's Bend Alabama pieced quilt by Bettie Bendolph Seltzer (1939 – 2017), house-top pattern variation stitched in bright colors including yellow, red, purple, aqua and green. Signed en verso to one corner "Bettie B. Seltzer" and additionally stamped "Gee's Bend Quilters Collective". 86 1/4" x 84 1/2". Alabama, 20th century. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$5,632.00
Lot 155: Exhibited African-American Schoolhouse Quilt Exhibited African-American Schoolhouse Quilt Lot 155: Exhibited African-American Schoolhouse Quilt

Southern African-American quilt, attributed to Margaret or Lema Carr of Rogersville, Tennessee, recently exhibited at Colonial Williamsburg. This quilt displays an ingenious and unique design by incorporating the traditional Schoolhouse pattern with a semi-abstract Tree of Life motif, using hand-stitched pieced and appliqued cotton and synthetic fabrics. Eight rectangular panels enclose multicolored schoolhouses with beads representing door knobs and embroidered flowers, facing each other; the "roofs" and panel borders are joined by a central green vertical "tree trunk" to become its limbs, with all enclosed within a mauve border. Off white cotton backing. 78 1/2" x 63 1/2". Early to mid 20th century. Provenance: According to family tradition, Margaret Carr (born ca. 1909), an African-American schoolteacher from Rogersville, Tennessee, made the quilt or inherited it from her mother. Margaret appears in the 1940 United States census from Hawkins County, Tennessee when she was 31 years old and living on North Church Street with her parents George and Lema Carr. Although she had completed four years of college, Margaret was working as a cook in a private home at the time of that census. Margaret also taught at Swift University in Rogersville, Tennessee. She remained single until at least 1971, when the local Rogersville Review newspaper reported that Miss Margaret Carr hosted a meeting of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of Russell Chapel Church at her home on Church Street. Russell Chapel was an African Methodist Episcopal Church. (source: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation). Provenance: the collection of Mary Jo Case, Kingsport, Tennessee. Exhibited, "A Century of African-American Quilts," McCarl Gallery of the Art Museums at Colonial Williamsburg, February, 2017, to June of 2018. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Scattered areas of staining/discoloration. 3/8" area of shattering, top right. Two schoolhouses, second from top on right and bottom on left, are missing doorknob beads. Velcro band for display across top of quilt backing. [See more photos →]

$5,280.00
Lot 741: Antique Turkish Oushak Carpet Antique Turkish Oushak Carpet Lot 741: Antique Turkish Oushak Carpet

Antique Turkish Oushak carpet, 11'6" x 10'2", late 19th century, wool on cotton, center medallion of celadon green and ivory, salmon primary field with vine decoration, yellow spandrels, celadon green primary border, secondary colors of cream, yellows and pinks. Turkish, late 19th century. Provenance: Atlanta, GA collection. CONDITION: General wear. One knot loose near center medallion. 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" surface stain inside green border near one corner. [See more photos →]

$3,480.00
Lot 696: Room Size Persian Kirman Rug, Signed Room Size Persian Kirman Rug, Signed Lot 696: Room Size Persian Kirman Rug, Signed

Persian Kirman or Kerman, Lavar design carpet, wool on cotton. Central cream floral medallion field with a 16 pointed medallion surrounding two 8 point star medallions to the interior, surrounded by five concentric floral borders, in colors of blue, pink, cranberry and cream. Signed within a cartouche central lower border. 146" x 100" or 16'3' x 8'3". Late 19th century. CONDITION: Areas of wear primarily to one end along long sides and to center. One area of tearing and heavy wear to margin of one side. Losses to the fringe. Color run from blue areas, around flowers. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
Lot 700: Chanel Kelly Top Handle Turquoise Bag, Medium Chanel Kelly Top Handle Turquoise Bag, Medium Lot 700: Chanel Kelly Top Handle Turquoise Bag, Medium

Chanel Kelly single flap caviar quilted turquoise lambskin leather bag, medium, including matching top handle, exterior back slip pocket, and 24K gold plated hardware. Single flap and frontal CC turn-lock closure opens to a turquoise leather interior with stitched double "C" logo, zipper pocket, and "CHANEL (registered)" stamped to slip pocket, "MADE IN FRANCE" stamped opposite side of main interior pocket. Hologram sticker reads: 4850851, lower left of main interior pocket. Includes Chanel box, authentication card, care booklet, and retail tag. 6" H 10" W x 3 3/4" D. Overall with handle – 9 3/4" H. Serial number corresponds to years 1996-1997. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: Gently used condition with light wear to interior. Areas of brown residue, largest 1/4", bottom of handle. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
Lot 653: Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3" Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3" Lot 653: Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3"

Antique Kurdish Hamadan runner, 149" x 40", wool on wool, center medallion and eight secondary medallions, ivory primary border, colors of dark blue, red, rose, medium blue, brown, yellow, ivory, and green. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Approximately 11 areas of crease wear measuring 2" to 6-1/2" long. Low pile mainly in center field, some to warp and weft. Some reinforcement to sides. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
Lot 697:  Persian Tabriz Carpet, 13.3" x 9.5" Persian Tabriz Carpet, 13.3" x 9.5" Lot 697:  Persian Tabriz Carpet, 13.3" x 9.5"

Large Antique Persian Tabriz carpet, wool on cotton. Large central shaped medallion with foliate and vine designs within three concentric borders. Ivory ground with secondary colors of pink, salmon, green, blue, and rust. 1st Quarter 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. CONDITION: Overall general use wear. Losses to fringe and edge, especially to one end and general wear and losses to long side edges. No holes or tears noted. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
Lot 738: Large 18th Century Flemish Tapestry Large 18th Century Flemish Tapestry Lot 738: Large 18th Century Flemish Tapestry

Vertical wool tapestry depicting large lush trees and vegetation framing bridge in waterscape at lower section and castle and mountain range at center. Main border woven with figures, swags and scrollwork. Tapestry and main border woven in shades of green, blue, gold, red and brown. Two newer narrow outer borders of cream and blue and newer linen backing with rings for display. 123 3/4" x 58" (10'3" x 4'8"). Flemish, late 18th century. Provenance: The Estate of Judith E. Crosland, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Some fading, patches, wear and repairs throughout. Note areas to right of bridge, background above mountain range, inner diaper border, and blue patches to main border. Please examine photos. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
Lot 707: 5 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Leather Jacket 5 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Leather Jacket Lot 707: 5 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Leather Jacket

Five (5) Chanel designer clothing items, including one (1) leather jacket, two (2) piece denim skirt set, one (1) white trench coat, and one (1) white midi skirt. 1st item: Black quilted leather and multicolor wool boucle jacket, two single flap side pockets and breast pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, four buttons to front, black silk double "C" logo interior lining, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo sewn to neck. Made in Europe, size unspecified. 2nd-3rd items: Two (2) piece hot pink denim jacket and pencil skirt set. Jacket with pink grosgrain trim to collar, under arm seams, cuffs, hem, and button holes, two single flap side pockets and breast pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, four buttons to front, two buttons to cuffs, unlined, white fabric "CHANEL" label with double "C" logo sewn to neck. Skirt with pink grosgrain trim to waistband and side seams, two slip side pockets, back zipper with gold tone double "C" logo button closure and later silver tone clasp, unlined, white fabric "CHANEL" label with double "C" logo sewn to waistband, frayed hem. Made in Europe, size unspecified. 4th item: White fabric double breasted trench coat, two side pockets with gold tone "CHANEL 31 RUE CAMBON PARIS" with double "C" logo button closures, four buttons to front, one button to collar, white fabric interior lining, white fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo and size "38" labels sewn to neck, two extra buttons sewn to hem, includes Chanel double "C" logo hanger. Made in Europe, size 38. 5th item: White fabric a-line midi skirt, two side pockets with gold tone "COCO CHANEL PARIS FRANCE" with profile of Coco Chanel button closures, side zipper and double hook clasps, unlined, white fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo sewn to waistband, extra button sewn to hem. Made in Europe, size unspecified. All items circa 1980's. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: All items in gently used condition. 1st item: Surface scuffs to leather. 2nd-3rd items: Size and information labels have been removed. 4th item: Gently used condition with surface stains, largest 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", primarily to interior. Information label has been removed. 5th item: Gently used condition with inconspicuous surface stains, largest 1 1/4". Size and information labels have been removed, loose threads to remaining tag. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
Lot 702: 5 Nancy Gonzalez Handbags 5 Nancy Gonzalez Handbags Lot 702: 5 Nancy Gonzalez Handbags

Five (5) Nancy Gonzalez designer purses. 1st item: Red crocodile skin and woven textile satchel bag with double ring handles, coral shaped fringe, and gold tone hardware. Hidden magnetic tab closureopens to a tan suede lined interior, two red crocodile labels stamped"NANCY GONZALEZ COLOMBIA NEW YORK" and "GENUINE CROCODILE MADE IN COLUMBIA" and small slip pocket sewn to side zip pocket,both with red crocodile trim, zipper pull. Includes dust bag. 7 1/4" H x 11 3/4" W x 6 1/4" D. Overall with handles – 9 3/4" H. 2nd item:Dark burgundycrocodile skin shoulderbag with two woven straps, exterior slip pockets with hidden magnetic closure, gold tone hardware. Zip top opens to a burgundy suede lined interior, two burgundy crocodile labels stamped"NANCY GONZALEZ COLOMBIA NEW YORK" and "GENUINE CROCODILE MADE IN COLUMBIA" and small slip pocket sewn to side zip pocket,both with burgundy crocodile trim, both zippers with burgundy crocodile pulls. Includes a Meredith Wendell dust bag (too small for bag). 9" H x 11 1/2" W x 41/2" D. Overall with straps – 17 1/2" H. 3rd item: Yellow crocodile skin and woven textile satchel tote bag with two straps and gold tone hardware. Toggle clasp opens to a tan suede lined interior with two main compartments and a central zip pocket, two tan leather labels stamped"NANCY GONZALEZ COLOMBIA NEW YORK" and "GENUINE CROCODILE MADE IN COLUMBIA" sewn to side zip pocket, both with yellow crocodile trim and zipper pulls. Includes dust bag. 9 1/4" H x 11 3/4" W x 5 1/4" D. Overall with straps – 16 1/2" H. 4th item: Brown crocodile skin and woven textile satchel tote bag with two straps and gold tone hardware. Toggle clasp opens to a yellow suede lined interior with two main compartments and a central zip pocket, two brown leather labels stamped"NANCY GONZALEZ COLOMBIA NEW YORK" and "GENUINE CROCODILE MADE IN COLUMBIA" sewn above side zip pocket, both with brown crocodile zipper pulls. 7 1/2" H x 10 1/4" W x 5 3/4" D. Overall with straps – 13 1/4" H. 5th item: Silver metallic woven textile and white crocodile skin tote bag with two rolled top handles, exterior applied decoration of a palm frond, gold tone hardware. Hidden magnetic closure opens to a light purple suede lined interiortwo light purpleleather labels stamped"NANCY GONZALEZ COLOMBIA NEW YORK" and "GENUINE CROCODILE MADE IN COLUMBIA" and small slip pocket sewn to side zip pocket,both with white crocodile trim, zipper with white crocodile pull, three slip pockets to opposite side. 10 4/8" H x 14 1/4" W x 4 1/2" D. Overall with handles – 15" H. All items late 20th/early 21st century. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: 1st-2nd items: Gently used condition with minor surface stains to interior. 3rd item: Gently used condition with surface and ink stains, largest 2", to interior. 4th item: Gently used condition with minor surface stains to interior. 5th item: Gently used condition with minor surface stains to exterior. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
Lot 344: 1744 Needlework sampler with Adam and Eve 1744 Needlework sampler with Adam and Eve Lot 344: 1744 Needlework sampler with Adam and Eve

18th century needlework sampler, Continental, possibly the Netherlands, decorated with figures, fruit, flowers, symbols including Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden lower center, and central building. Signed in cartouche "GD", and dated 1744. Housed in wood frame, float mounted on beige mat. Size – 13 1/2" H x 13" W. Framed – 18" H x 18" W. CONDITION: Light overall toning. A few scattered very small stains, 1/4" and under. Two 1/4" holes: 1 under bluebird and 1 in upper right background; sampler is stitched to board, not glued. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
Lot 425: 3 Bottega Veneta Handbags 3 Bottega Veneta Handbags Lot 425: 3 Bottega Veneta Handbags

Three (3) Bottega Veneta Handbags. 1st item: Woven shoulder bag, new with tag. Includes mirror in bag and authentication card. #57754659. 12" W x 12" H. 2nd item: New gray woven shoulder bag with double straps. 9" W x 6" H. 3rd item: Creel style "leopard" pony hide bag with woven top. Includes mirror. 7" W x 6 1/2" H. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN estate. CONDITION: 1st item: Ink marker lines to surface. Includes an unglued mirror. 2nd & 3rd items: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
Lot 178: 4 East TN Graduated Buttocks Baskets 4 East TN Graduated Buttocks Baskets Lot 178: 4 East TN Graduated Buttocks Baskets

Grouping of four (4) Southern graduated split oak buttocks baskets from East Tennessee, found in Hamblen county. All with fixed carved wood handles secured at rims by nails. Ranging in size from 4 5/8" H x 5 1/2" W x 5 1/4" D to 10 3/4" H x 12 1/4" W x 11" D. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition with old patina. Second smallest basket: scattered minor staining to interior, a few small breaks. 3 baskets have scattered minute flakes of paint. Largest 1/2" L. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
Lot 393: Antique Caucasian Area Rug, 7'2" x 5' Antique Caucasian Area Rug, 7'2" x 5' Lot 393: Antique Caucasian Area Rug, 7'2" x 5'

Antique Caucasian area rug, 86" x 59 1/2", wool on wool, colors of gold, cream, brown, rust, blues, teal, and black. Early 20th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Approximately 5 areas of repair, primarily along one edge. Pile in generally good condition. Minor crease wear. Ends reinforced. Wear to corners at one end. Skewed. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
Lot 652: Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9" Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9" Lot 652: Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9"

Antique Malayer runner, 13'1" x 3'9", wool on cotton, taupe central panel with allover geometric field, medium blue primary border, secondary colors of salmon, pink and brown. Northwest Persia, circa 1900-1910. Provenance: Atlanta, GA collection. CONDITION: Overall good condition with areas of low pile through center. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
Lot 645: Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds Lot 645: Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds

Kate Clayton ("Granny") Donaldson (Brasstown, Jackson County, North Carolina, 1864-1960) hand dyed and spun wool Folk art wall hanging, with "Tree of Life" motif. Crocheted large tree with birds resting in its branches, to the left a farmer holding a pitchfork and his wife holding a basket, with other farm animals, birds and a turtle in the sky, all appliqued to a woven wool background panel hemmed at edges and attached to linen canvas. Housed in an acrylic shadow box. Textile – 31" H x 26 1/2" W. Shadow box – 36 3/4" H x 31 1/2" W x 2 1/4" D. American, early,mid 20th century. Note: A native of Cherokee County, Kate Donaldson was a pictorial textile artist known for her so-called Cow Blankets. Her work is recorded in Allen Eaton's Handicrafts of the Southern Highlands and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C. See also the digital collection of the Hunter Library of Western Carolina University. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some minor holes in upper left quadrant. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
Lot 597: Coverlet and 3 quilts inc. Early TN Princess Feather & 2 Log Cabin Coverlet and 3 quilts inc. Early TN Princess Feather & 2 Log Cabin Lot 597: Coverlet and 3 quilts inc. Early TN Princess Feather & 2 Log Cabin

1 Coverlet and 3 quilts, including a Tennessee Princess Feather quilt and 2 matching Log Cabin quilts. 1st item: 19th century handmade Tennessee Princess Feather pattern pieced quilt; red, orange and green feathers, leaves and flowers on an ivory quilted background with teal binding. 91" x 71". 2nd item: Red, white and blue overshot geometric pattern coverlet in two pieces, two part construction, 83" x 66". Coverlet was woven in Sevier County circa 1850 and handed down in the McMahan family. 3rd and 4th items: Pair of hand sewn and pieced calico log cabin pattern quilts in colors of blue, red, pink, white and olive; blue binding. Each quilt approximately 75" square. All items attibuted to Tennessee, late 19th/early 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Quilt with scattered stains, largest area of staining near lower corner, 6"; a couple of small areas of loss up to 1/3", light fading and grime; overall good condition. 2nd item- Coverlet in very good condition. 3rd and 4th items: Scattered light stains to both; one with a 10" x 4" cluster of stains and some wear losses to one of the brown/tan fabrics used near edge. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
Lot 746: 5 Chanel Fashion Items incl. Cardi Coat 5 Chanel Fashion Items incl. Cardi Coat Lot 746: 5 Chanel Fashion Items incl. Cardi Coat

Five (5) Chanel fashion items. 1st item: Chanel 100% silk cardigan/coat, with brushed gold tone metal logo on back. Geometric pattern in black and gold hues. New with tag. Size 44. 2nd item: Chanel cashmere blend cardigan, in colors of gray and cream with silver inerlocking CC button on pocket. Size 42. 3rd item: Chanel lined wool sailor style pants, with wide leg and 6 black interlocking CC buttons. Size 42 with 41 1/2" outseam. 4th item: Chanel black wool boucle suit with skirt, gold buttons with maker's mark en verso. Size 40. 5th item: Chanel silk scarf with camellia blooms on dark navy background, 34" square. Provenance: The Estate of Judith E. Crosland, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Excellent condition. 2nd item: Shows some wear, in good condition. 3rd item: Very good condition. 4th item: Very good condition. 5th item: Small stain on background. Did not attempt to clean. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
Lot 413: Southern/East TN Quilt, Whig Rose Pattern Southern/East TN Quilt, Whig Rose Pattern Lot 413: Southern/East TN Quilt, Whig Rose Pattern

Southern hand-stitched pieced and appliqued quilt, likely East Tennessee, Whig or California Rose pattern with appliqued pink and green floral spray design, green binding, and undulating green vine border on a cream field. 89" x 87". Third quarter 19th century. CONDITION: Scattered staining to either side, largest 3" x 1 1/2". Uneven coloring to patches that make up the cream field. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
Lot 708: Chanel Classic Double Flap Black Quilted Purse, Small Chanel Classic Double Flap Black Quilted Purse, Small Lot 708: Chanel Classic Double Flap Black Quilted Purse, Small

Chanel classic double flap quilted black lambskin leather bag, small, including woven-in leather chain strap, exterior back slip pocket, and silver tone hardware. Double flap and frontal CC turn-lock closure opens to a red leather interior with stitched double "C" logo and "CHANEL (registered) MADE IN FRANCE" stamped above slip pockets. Hologram sticker reads: 12418412, lower left of main interior pocket. Does not include dustbag. Bag – 6" H x 9 1/2" W x 2 1/2" D. Overall with strap – 15" H. Serial number corresponds to years 2008-2009. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Gently used condition with surface scuffs, scratches, largest 2". Loose threads to chain strap and two areas of left side of bag. 1/4" area of red ink stain to turn-lock closure. Yellowing slight peeling to holographic sticker. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
Lot 874: 3 Southern/East TN Pieced Cotton Quilts, incl. Whig Rose 3 Southern/East TN Pieced Cotton Quilts, incl. Whig Rose Lot 874: 3 Southern/East TN Pieced Cotton Quilts, incl. Whig Rose

Three (3) Southern, likely East Tennessee, hand-stitched pieced and appliqued cotton quilts, including Whig or California Rose, Oak Leaf variant, and Mariners Compass patterns. 1st item: Whig or California Rose pattern, off white ground with red, pink, cheddar yellow, and tanappliqued cotton floral spray design, surrounded by a scalloped border. 94" x 92". 2nd item: Oak Leaf variant pattern, off white ground with four light blue or green and red appliqued cotton stylized leaves positioned around a red square, arranged in six rows of two or three, surrounded by a green and red swag and leaf border. 96" x 84". 3rd item: Mariners Compass pattern, off white ground with red and tanappliqued cotton stylized eight-pointed stars arranged in five rows of six squares, surrounded by additional square shapes and a red border. 84 1/2" H x 70 1/2" W.Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: All items in overall good condition with discoloration, fading, stains, largest 9". 1st item: Frayed edges. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
Lot 342: Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt Lot 342: Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt

Victorian pieced and embroidered crazy quilt, dated Feb. 15, 1896, with three sets of initials. Stitched with various designs and motifs, predominantly floral sprays. Red velvet border and red wool with gold stitching backing. 64 1/4" x 62". CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some thinning to velvet fabrics. Small scattered holes on backing and edges. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
Lot 1021: Aubusson Style Needlepoint Carpet, 14' x 10' Aubusson Style Needlepoint Carpet, 14' x 10' Lot 1021: Aubusson Style Needlepoint Carpet, 14' x 10'

20th century room size wool on cotton Aubusson style needlepoint carpet with central floral cartouche design on an emerald green field with foliate border and corners, woven in colors of green, blue, pink, gold, and cream. 14 ft. x 9 ft. 10". CONDITION: Overall good condition with very light wear, one area of light staining noted. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
Lot 739: 18th C. Continental Tapestry; Ships, Foliage and Figures 18th C. Continental Tapestry; Ships, Foliage and Figures Lot 739: 18th C. Continental Tapestry; Ships, Foliage and Figures

Continental wool tapestry sewn in sections, upper left and right depicting queen with peacock in landscape setting and male figure wearing animal cloak, holding staff and with ladder and bear. Lower two-thirds features landscape with large deer, a tented campground and several sailing vessels in waterway, some with fishermen; right quadrant features landscape with plants and large tree. All woven in shades of green, blue, gold, red and brown. Enclosed in a 1-1/4" wide green border. 51 1/2" x 39 1/4". French or Flemish, late 18th century. CONDITION: Likely cut down from a larger tapestry or tapestries. Reinforced with linen and cotton bands to back and newer green cotton liner with tabs for display. Green border replaced at right side and upper left. Some fading and small repairs. Overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
Lot 712: 6 Hermes and Chanel Designer Scarves 6 Hermes and Chanel Designer Scarves Lot 712: 6 Hermes and Chanel Designer Scarves

Six (6) Designer Scarves, including five (5) Hermes and one (1) Chanel. 1st item: "The Keys" or "Les Clefs" silk twill scarf, reissue after the original 1965 design by Cathy Latham, depicting forty-seven (47) antique gold keys with black cords and tassel details encircling a central cartouche representing a leather pouch embroidered with keys from the Musee Hermes all on a white ground, surrounded by a black border with gold harness rivets and openwork bronze escutcheons with key holes to each corner, hand rolled hems. Signed "(copyright) HERMES" lower left, "HERMES-PARIS" with hidden "C" to top of keyhole escutcheon, lower right. Does not include original care tag. Approximately 35" square. 2nd item: "Grand Apparat" silk twill scarf, reissue after the original 1962 design by Jacques Eudel, depicting five (5) decorative cartouches of horses and four (4) saddles rendered in shades of beige, gold, white, and gray against a white ground, with gold and brown borders, hand rolled hems. Signed "Jacques Eudel" lower left, "HERMES * PARIS" lower center, and "(copyright) HERMES" lower right. Tilted center. Does not include original care tag. Approximately 35" square. 3rd item: "Les Voitures a Transformation" silk twill scarf, reissue after the original 1965 design by Francoise de la Perriere, depicting images of deconstructed horse carriages surrounding a central cartouche with open cane webbing against a door knocker rendered in shades of cream, green, gold, salmon, rust, and black against a cream ground with gold and green borders, hand rolled hems. Signed "(copyright) HERMES", lower left, "HERMES-PARIS" lower center, and "LA PERRIERE" lower right. Tilted center. Does not include original care tag. Approximately 35" square. 4th item: "Festival des Amazones" silk twill scarf, 1992 reissue after the original 1965 design by Henri d'Origny, depicting images of side saddles, belts, and cords with tassels rendered in shades of magenta, blue, green, gold, brown, cream, and grey against a cream ground with magenta border, hand rolled hems. Signed "(copyright) HERMES", "HERMES PARIS" center, and "H. d'ORIGNY" lower right. Titled top center. Does not include original care tag. Approximately 35" square. 5th item: "Cheval Fleuri" silk twill scarf, 1990/91 fall/winter collection reissue after the original 1964 design by Henri d'Origny, depicting a horse and rider and a bird rendered in magenta, green, coral, and yellow against a grey ground with magenta and aqua floral border, hand rolled hems. Signed "HERMES-PARIS" and "h. SOrigny" lower left, "(copyright) HERMES" top right. Does not include original care tag. Approximately 35" square. 6th item: Chanel Rue Cambon 31 silk scarf depicting four (4) gold chains of decreasing size surrounding a central double "C" logo against a red ground, hand rolled hems. Signed "CHANEL PARIS" lower right. Approximately 34" square. All items late 20th century. CONDITION: Overall gently used condition. 1st item: Scarf has been pressed and cleaned. 8" pull lower left. Loose threads top and lower left hem. 2nd item: Few makeup stains, largest 3/4". Few pulls, largest 5 1/2". 3rd item: Few makeup stains, largest 3/4". 1/8" black spot, lower left. 4th item: Few makeup stains, largest 4". 5th item: Few makeup stains, largest 1/2". Loose thread top left hem. 6th item: 1/2" pull top left. Loose threads, lower left hem. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
Lot 710: Chanel Classic Single Flap Brown Quilted Purse, Small Chanel Classic Single Flap Brown Quilted Purse, Small Lot 710: Chanel Classic Single Flap Brown Quilted Purse, Small

Chanel classic single flap quilted brown lambskin leather bag with wallet, small, including woven-in leather chain strap, exterior back slip pocket, and 24K gold plated hardware. Single flap and frontal CC turn-lock closure opens to a brown leather interior with stitched double "C" logo and "CHANEL (registered)" stamped above wallet pocket, "MADE IN FRANCE" stamped opposite side of main interior pocket. Hologram sticker reads: 1659452, lower left of main interior pocket. Does not include dust bag. Bag – 6" H x 9 1/2" x 2 1/2" D. Overall with strap – 15 1/2" D. Serial number corresponds to years 1989-1991. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Gently used condition with surface scuffs, scratches, indentations, largest 1 1/2". [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
Lot 655: 7 TN Buttocks Baskets, incl. Mary Prater 7 TN Buttocks Baskets, incl. Mary Prater Lot 655: 7 TN Buttocks Baskets, incl. Mary Prater

Seven (7) contemporary Tennessee split white oak buttocks form baskets. Includes five (5) baskets, two (2) signed, including one (1) by Nollie and Mary Prater (Cannon County, Tennessee, b. circa 1920), and three (3) attributed. One (1) signed basket by Betty Todd Tanner (McMinnville, Tennessee, 20th Century) and one (1) by Nelda J. Merritt (Tennessee, 20th Century). Ranging in size from 2 1/2"H x 2 3/4" W to 8 3/4" H x 9 1/2" W. American, late 20th century. Provenance: From a private collector who purchased the baskets directly from basket makers while traveling with J. Paul Newby, a well known basket peddler in the South. CONDITION: All overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,140.00
Lot 714: 5 Judith Leiber Designer Purses 5 Judith Leiber Designer Purses Lot 714: 5 Judith Leiber Designer Purses

Five (5) Judith Leiber Designer Purses. 1st item: Green karung structured purse and strap, gold tone frame with wavy line embellishments to exterior. Green jade style cabochon clasp opens to a green grosgrain interior with zip pocket and slip pocket, interior gold tone label and frame stamped "Judith Leiber (copyright)". Includes 3 1/2" green grosgrain and gold metal coin purse, 3" gold metal comb with gold tassel, 3" gold metal double sided mirror with Judith Leiber cloth pouch, and two information cards. Bag – 6 3/4" H x 9" W x 4 1/4" D. Overall with strap – 26 3/4" H. 2nd item: Navy blue karung structured purse and strap, gold tone frame with embellishments to exterior. Blue jade style and karung cabochon lift clasp opens to a navy blue grosgrain interior with zip pocket and slip pocket, interior gold tone label and lift clasp stamped "Judith Leiber (copyright)". Includes 3 1/2" blue grosgrain and gold metal coin purse, original Neiman-Marcus retail tag, and information card. Bag – 8 1/4" H x 10 1/4" W x 4 1/4" D. Overall with strap – 27 3/4" H. 3rd item: Red karung structured purse and strap, gold tone frame with embellishments to exterior. Side slide clasp opens to a red grosgrain interior with zip pocket and slip pocket, interior gold tone label stamped "Judith Leiber (copyright)", frame stamped "MADE IN ITALY Judith Leiber (copyright)". Includes 3 1/2" red grosgrain and gold metal coin purse, 3" gold metal comb with gold tassel, 3" gold metal double sided mirror with Judith Leiber cloth pouch, and two information cards. Bag – 6 1/4" H x 11 1/2" W x 2 1/2" D. Overall with strap – 25" H. 4th item: Purple karung structured purse and strap, gold tone frame. Purple jade style cabochon clasp opens to a purple grosgrain interior with zip pocket and slip pocket, interior gold tone label and strap hardware stamped "Judith Leiber (copyright)". Includes information card. Bag – 7 3/8" H x 9 1/2" W x 3 5/8" D. Overall with strap – 26" H. 5th item: Black satin structured purse and chain link strap, Art Deco style silver tone frame with baguette cut rhinestone embellishments to exterior. Black onyx and rhinestone cabochon lift clasp opens to a black satin interior with two slip pockets, interior silver tone label and frame stamped "Judith Leiber (copyright)". Bag – 6 1/2" H x 10 1/4" W x 4 1/4" D. Overall with strap – 27 3/4" H. Late 20th century. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Gently used condition. General wear to hardware. 4th item: Surface grime to interior. Areas of scuffs, wear, largest 1/2". 5th item: Approximately 8 1/2" area of black satin trim missing to frame exterior. Surface grime to interior and exterior. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
Lot 703: 6 Chanel Designer Wool Clothing Items, incl. Suit 6 Chanel Designer Wool Clothing Items, incl. Suit Lot 703: 6 Chanel Designer Wool Clothing Items, incl. Suit

Six (6) Chanel designer clothing items, including two (2) piece wool skirt suit, two (2) wool blazers, one (1) pair of wool pants, and one (1) wool skirt. 1st-2nd items: Two (2) piece purple and black wool blend boucle blazer and pencil skirt suit. Jacket with black grosgrain trim to collar, cuffs, buttons, and hem, two slip side pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, black 100% silk double "C" logo interior lining, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo sewl to neck. Skirt with black grosgrain trim to hem and two side slip pockets, back zipper with two hidden black tone hook clasps, black 100% silk double "C" logo interior lining, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo with information label with size "42" and "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn at waistband. Made in France, size 42 (US size 12). 3rd item: Red wool blend boucle blazer, one slip side pocket to left, one single flap side pocket and one faux single flap breast pocket with right, and five gold tone double "C" logo buttons to front, two buttons to cuffs, two smaller red buttons to interior, red 100% silk double "C" logo interior lining, white fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo, size "44", and information label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn at neck, gold tone chain detail to interior of hem. Made in France, size 44 (US size 14). 4th item: Dark red wool blend boucle double breasted blazer, two single flap side pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, four buttons to front, eight buttons to cuffs, two buttons to back detail, two smaller red buttons to interior, red silk double "C" logo interior lining, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo and white fabric "BERGDORF GOODMAN ON THE PLAZA NEW YORK" label sewn at neck. Made in Europe, size unspecified. 5th item: Black wool blend pleated pants, two slip side pockets, one back slip pocket with gold tone four leaf clover button closure, button and zipper closure, four belt loops to top of waistband, hidden black tone clasp to interior, black silk interior lining, white fabric "CHANEL" label with double "C" logo sewn to waistband. Made in Europe, size unspecified. 6th item: Black 100% wool pencil skirt, back zipper and gold tone double "C" logo button closure, black 100% silk logo interior lining, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label and information label with size "44" and "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn to waistband. Made in France, size 44 (US size 14). All items circa 1980's. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: All items in gently used condition, some with loose threads. 1st item: Size and information labels to jacket have been removed. 4th-5th items: Size and information labels have been removed. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
Lot 709: Chanel Madison Single Flap White Bag, Medium Chanel Madison Single Flap White Bag, Medium Lot 709: Chanel Madison Single Flap White Bag, Medium

Chanel "Madison" single flap white lambskin leather bag, medium, including woven-in leather chain strap and details and silver tone hardware. Cross-over strap with frontal CC with hidden snap closure opens to a gray satin-lined quilted interior with zip pocket, leather interior label stamped "CHANEL (registered) MADE IN ITALY". Hologram sticker reads: 11347950, lower left of main interior pocket. Does not include dust bag. Bag – 6" H x 9 1/2" W x 1/2" D. Overall with strap – 14 1/2" H. Serial number corresponds to years 2006-2008. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Gently used condition with surface scuffs, scratches, largest 1 1/2". 5/8" area of ink staining top of flap interior. Few minute stains to woven-in leather to chain strap. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
Lot 656: 5 TN Baskets, incl. Mary Prater Baskets 5 TN Baskets, incl. Mary Prater Baskets Lot 656: 5 TN Baskets, incl. Mary Prater Baskets

Five (5) split white oak baskets of various forms. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) baskets attributed to Mary Prater (Cannon County, Tennessee, b. circa 1920), including one (1) Joshua basket, one (1) Moses cradle, and utility pie basket. A photograph of Prater creating the Joshua basket is included. 4th-5th items: Two (2) baskets attributed to Dan & Martha Jones (Warren County, Tennessee, 20th Century) including one (1) "Dolly Parton" basket, and one (1) fan basket (photo included). Baskets ranging in size from 10" H x 9" W to 10 1/3"H x 22" W. American, late 20th century. Provenance: From a private collector who purchased directly from basket makers while traveling with J. Paul Newby, a well known basket peddler in the South. CONDITION: All overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 713: 6 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Skirts/Blouses 6 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Skirts/Blouses Lot 713: 6 Chanel Designer Items, incl. Skirts/Blouses

Six (6) Chanel designer clothing items, including three (3) grey wool skirts, three (3) blouses. 1st item: Grey wool pencil skirt, back zippers with gold tone double "C" logo button closure, grey silk interior lining, white fabric "CHANEL" with double "C" logo label sewn to waistband. Made in Europe, size unspecified. 2nd item: Grey wool pencil skirt, two slip side pockets, quilted black satin detail to waistband, back zipper with two gold tone four leaf clover button closures and two additional accent buttons, two hidden hook closures to waistband, grey satin interior lining, white fabric "CHANEL" with double "C" logo label sewn to waistband. 3rd item: Light pink silk blend double breasted blouse, piping accents to collar, cuffs, and two slip breast pockets, gold tone four leaf clover buttons to front, additional buttons to cuffs, white fabric "CHANEL" with double "C" logo label sewn to neck. 4th item: Black and white checked fabric blouse, two single flap breast pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, additional buttons to front and cuffs, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label with double "C" logo and white fabric "BERGDORF GOODMAN ON THE PLAZA NEW YORK" label sewn at neck. 5th item: Grey wool blend pencil skirt, gold tone zipper running up length of back, two zipper pulls including one with double "C" logo, elastic waistband, unlined, black fabric "CHANEL BOUTIQUE" label sewn to waistband. 6th item: White fabric blouse with black grosgrain trim, with two slip breast pockets with gold tone double "C" logo button closures, additional buttons to front, white fabric "CHANEL" with double "C" logo label sewn to neck. All items made in Europe, sizes unspecified. All items circa 1980's. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: All items in gently used/used condition. Some with loose threads. Size and information labels have been removed. 3rd item: Surface stains, largest 1". 5th item: Holes, largest 1", to fabric. 6th items: No buttons to cuffs. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 899: Mid 20th Cent. Persian Heriz Rug Mid 20th Cent. Persian Heriz Rug Lot 899: Mid 20th Cent. Persian Heriz Rug

Persian Heriz rug, 10' x 8', wool on wool, black and russet central medallion with palmettes, russet ground with secondary colors of cream, blue, green, black, and tan. Second quarter of the 20th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Wear consistent with age and use. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 337: Patriotic 48 Star Flag Quilt Patriotic 48 Star Flag Quilt Lot 337: Patriotic 48 Star Flag Quilt

Patriotic 48 star American flag pieced and appliqued quilt, flag comprised of hand-sewn white stars on blue ground, red and white stripes, all on white ground and depicted flying at mast, narrow red (faded) border, 62 1/2" x 82". Early 20th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition with some stains, mostly on back. Red border faded to pink. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 647: 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN Lot 647: 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN

Two (2) Southern, likely Tennessee, pieced and appliqued quilts, late 19th century. 1st item: East TN pieced and appliqued quilt, Princess Feather pattern variant with cheddar yellow and red design on ivory backing. Signed in ink one corner on back "Matt D. Greene From Grandma Baker". Geneology research by Cindy Stuart, Certified Appraiser of Quilted Textiles, found that this quilt is probably from Kyles Ford, Hancock County, Tennessee. Maker was Rebecca Banner Baker, b. 26 August 1862 Lee County, VA, d. 10 Feb 1941. Her grandson was Matt David Greene, Jr., born 1 May 1919 in Kyles Ford, Hancock County, TN, d. 10 June 1999. 84" x 69". Late 19th century. 2nd item: Southern pieced and appliqued quilt, Greek Cross pattern variant with brown blocks, pink crosses, ivory triangles, green calico binding and ivory backing. Signed in black marker one corner on back, "Fred Smelcer". 83" x 62". Late 19th century/early 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: One-quarter inch tear on binding near one corner. Few small stains, largest 3/8" L. 2nd item: Few scattered stains, largest: 1" x 1 1/2". [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 708: Louis Vuitton Keepall Duffle Bag Louis Vuitton Keepall Duffle Bag Lot 708: Louis Vuitton Keepall Duffle Bag

Louis Vuitton Keepall 60 Bandouliere duffle bag, comprised of brown and tan monogram coated canvas with tan vachetta leather trim,dual rolled handles, and gold tone brass hardware. Zip closure with lock stamped "(registered) LOUIS VUITTON PARIS MADE IN FRANCE" at top opens to abrown canvas lined interior, interior brown leather tab stamped with date code "V.I. 8905", brown leather luggage tag and leather trim stamped "(registered) LOUIS VUITTON PARIS MADE IN FRANCE", leather trim additionally stamped "06", additional hardware stamped with logo "VL" or "LOUIS VUITTON". Includes handle strap stamped "(registered) LOUIS VUITTON PARIS MADE IN FRANCE". Overall with handles – 15 1/2" H x 24 1/4" W x 10 3/4" D. Handle strap – 7/8" H x 2 5/8" W x 1" D. Date code corresponds to year 1989. CONDITION: Overall good, used condition. Some areas of wear, minor staining to canvas and leather trim. Areas of tarnish to hardware. Few areas of staining, largest 1 1/4" dia. Does not retain shoulder strap. [See more photos →]

$896.00
Lot 704: 5 Hermes Scarves, incl. Cave Felem, Les Coupes 5 Hermes Scarves, incl. Cave Felem, Les Coupes Lot 704: 5 Hermes Scarves, incl. Cave Felem, Les Coupes

Five (5) Hermes scarves, including Cave Felem, Les Coupes, Clips, Souvenirs de Paris, and Boogie Woogie, 6 items total. 1st item: "Cave Felem" silk twill scarf, designed by Christine Henry, designed with a brown and cream cat in a garden setting, encircled by flowers, small animals, insects and surrounded by a line and diamondborder, rendered in a mosaic pattern in shades of blue, red, orange, green, yellow, cream, and brown, hand rolled hems. Signed "HERMES-PARIS" lower center,"(copyright) HERMES" top left, signed "HENRY c" lower right. Titled top center.Original care label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn top right reverse. Approximately 35" square. Late 20th century. 2nd item: "Les Coupes" silk twill scarf, reissue after the original 1970 design byFrancoise de La Perriere, designed with stylized part of late 19th century carriages, rendered in shades of pink, black, grey, and white, surrounded by a pink border, hand rolled hems. Signed"HERMES-PARIS" lower center,"(copyright) HERMES" top left, signed "F. deLA PERRIERE" lower right. Titled top center. Original care label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn top right reverse. Approximately 35" square. Late 20th century.3rd item: "Clips" silk twill scarf, early 1990's reissue after the original 1986 designby Vladimir Rybaltchenko, designed with several gold, black, and blue decorative pins and jewelry items encircled by a gold rope tassel, a double line quatrefoil border with additional items all on a red ground, hand rolled hems. Signed "HERMES PARIS" with carriage logo, lower center,"(copyright) HERMES" lower left, signed "RYBAL." lower right. Titled, top center.Original care label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn lower left reverse. Approximately 35" square. Late 20th century.4th item: "Souvenirs de Paris" silk twill scarf, early 1990's reissue for Bergdorf Goodman after the original design byHilton McConnico, designed with the Eiffel Tower set against a starry sky with two Hermes scarves tied together in a knot, surrounded by a decorative gold and royal blue border, rendered in shades of royal blue, green, red, cream, and gold, hand rolled hems. Signed "HERMES-Paris" lower right,"(copyright) HERMES" top center, signed "Hilton M'Connico" top right. Label with "MADE IN FRANCE BERGDORF GOODMAN" sewn lower right, original care label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn top left reverse. Approximately 35" square. Late 20th century.5th item: "Boogie Woogie" silk twill scarf, designed by Sophie Koechlin, featuring an African American swing band encircled by several silhouettes of couples dancing and surrounded by a white line border with words and instruments to each corner, rendered in shades of red, orange, brown, and white, hand rolled hems. Signed "HERMES-PARIS" lower right,"(copyright) HERMES" top left, signed "SOPHIE K" lower left. Titled, center.Original care label with "MADE IN FRANCE" sewn top right reverse.Approximately 35" square. Early 21st century. Note: Lot includes Hermes dust bag. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Gently used condition. 2nd item: Areas of fraying along top edge of hem. Two stains, largest 1/2", top reverse. Left edge of care label is not attached. 3rd item: Food stains, largest 1/2", top center, primarily visible to reverse. 4th item: 2" scuff, top left. Few minor makeup stains, and small pulls. 5th item: Areas of fraying along top edge of hem. [See more photos →]

$840.00
Lot 698: 2 Oriental Rugs, Qashqai and Afshar 2 Oriental Rugs, Qashqai and Afshar Lot 698: 2 Oriental Rugs, Qashqai and Afshar

Two (2) Persian rugs, including Qashqai and Afshar. 1st item: Persian Qashqai wool carpet, 65" x 50", rows of boteh in shades of red, ivory, teal, and orange on red ground with floral and geometric borders. 2nd item: Persian Afshar wool carpet, 95" (excluding fringe) by 65 1/2", rows of boteh in shades of brown, rose, and blue on an ivory ground, enclosed within geometric borders and a geometric banding at one end. Both rugs circa 1900-1920. Provenance: the estates of Llewellyna and James T. Granbery, Historic Seven Springs Farm, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st item: Scattered wear to pile, some minor fringe loss, overall good condition. 2nd item: 12" repaired tear at one end with loss of entire end band at that same end; other smaller repairs at side edges up to 3" L, worn and frayed side bindings, scattered but significant wear to pile. [See more photos →]

$840.00
Lot 341: 2 American Quilts, Oak Leaf and Log Cabin 2 American Quilts, Oak Leaf and Log Cabin Lot 341: 2 American Quilts, Oak Leaf and Log Cabin

Two (2) American quilts. 1st item: Pieced and appliqued cotton quilt, oak leaf variant, white ground with yellow and green applied cotton designs, yellow border, 71 1/2" x 72". 2nd item: Pieced and appliqued cotton quilt, log cabin design with feathered wreath stitching, cream ground, alternate square blocks of red, tan, and olive green, tan sawtooth border, 73 1/2" x 74". Late 19th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Scattered stains, some pale pink wash and some brown spots. Some general fading. 2nd item: General fraying to binding. Otherwise good condition. [See more photos →]

$832.00
Lot 1022: Napoleonic Coat of Arms Tapestry Napoleonic Coat of Arms Tapestry Lot 1022: Napoleonic Coat of Arms Tapestry

Contemporary Napoleonic coat of arms tapestry depicting the Imperial eagle center surrounded by other 1st and 2nd Empire symbols, including a crown, weapons, cornucopia, bees, and flower baskets and with an Empire style border including bees and acanthus leaves. Woven in colors of navy blue, gold, purple, pink, green, and others and comprised primarily of cotton with other fabrics. 65 1/2" H x 46" W. European, 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with hooks sewn on backing en verso for hanging. [See more photos →]

$720.00
Lot 349: 2 19th Century Pennsylvania Frakturs 2 19th Century Pennsylvania Frakturs Lot 349: 2 19th Century Pennsylvania Frakturs

Two (2) Pennsylvania printed and hand painted frakturs. 1st item: Hand-colored and printed marriage fraktur, for Sarah Dunkel and Peter G. Filcher, Center County, PA, dated 1835. Housed in a simple wood frame. Sight – 7 1/2" H x 9 1/2" W. Framed – 9 1/2" H x 11 1/2" W. 2nd item: Hand-colored birth and baptismal fraktur, printed by Johann Bitter und Comp, Reading, PA, dated 1840. Housed in a simple wood frame. Sight – 15 1/4" H x 12 3/4" W. Framed – 19 5/8" H x 15 3/4" W. Provenance: Sevier County, TN private collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Crease line to the center. some tears and dampstaining to rignt margin, a couple of areas of dampstaining to left margin. 2nd item: Glass missing from frame. Dampstaining throughout. Hole upper left margin. [See more photos →]

$704.00
Lot 594: TN Crazy Quilt, “From Mammy,” plus 2 others, c. 1900 TN Crazy Quilt, “From Mammy,” plus 2 others, c. 1900 Lot 594: TN Crazy Quilt, “From Mammy,” plus 2 others, c. 1900

Three (3) Tennessee Quilts. 1st item: Middle TN hand stitched crazy quilt circa 1900, Coffee County, attributed to Fanny Hickerson Wooten (also spelled Wooton, 1844-1927). Wool and gabardine crazy quilt with brown cotton backing; green border with tan corner blocks and fuschia stitching, enclosing a field with multiple pieces of fabric in various colors and patterns, embellished with multi-colored stitching and embroidered flowers and fauna including dasies, lilies of the valley, and ferns. Snowflake, cross, and fence designs are also included. Center square is embroidered “For John From Mammy”. 84 1/2″ H x 81″ W. Note: Fanny Hickerson Wooton’s grandson was named John Chumley (1887-1965). 2nd item: Summer weight silk log cabin pattern quilt with strips of solid (primarily black) and printed silk including plaid, striped and damask patterns. Brown calico backing. 76 1/2″ H x 70 1/2″ W. 3rd item: Cotton pieced quilt top with triangular pieces in multicolored prints comprising 42 squares enclosed in a green border. 77″ H x 89″ W. See related quilts and sampler in this auction, lot #592 and 593. Provenance: All quilts descended in the Chumley family and were purchased by the consignor from a member of the Chumley family. CONDITION: 1st item: 6″ stain to back,other scattered small stains to back; scattered stains to front, including a dark 1″ stain in a yellow block and instances of dark fabrics bleeding into pink/fuschia fabrics from folding. Scattered small holes to wool fabrics. Several spots of loss to stitching at edges. Some flower “petals” need restitching to ground. 2nd item: Considerable losses and fraying to silk pieces. 3 squares use velvet strips indicating possible early repairs. 3/4″ hole to brown calico backing. 3rd item: Lacks binding. Fading to green cotton, especially at edges but also affecting some center blocks, 2 holes 1″ diameter, multiple small scattered stains. [See more photos →]

$704.00
Lot 704: 2 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items 2 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items Lot 704: 2 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items

Two (2) Louis Vuitton luggage items including a hanging garment bag and suitcase. 1st item: One brown and tan garment bag with zipper closure and a slit at top for hangers. Monogrammed plaque "WKS" on front right side. 39" H x 24" W. 2nd item: Hard-sided brown and tan suitcase with zipper as well as buckling leather straps for closure. Off-white interior lining with straps and two side pockets, along with Louis Vuitton tag sewn along seam. Monogrammed plaque "WKS" near handle. 17" H x 26" W x 7 3/4" D. Last Qtr. 20th century. Provenance: The collection of Dr. William Kendall Striker, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Some wear to leather staps and edges. 2nd item: Good condition with some light wear. Seam near zipper of suitcase has second row of stitching, possible previous repair. Few minor stains on interior lining (largest 1/2" L). [See more photos →]

$704.00
Lot 705: Louis Vuitton Shoe Bag Louis Vuitton Shoe Bag Lot 705: Louis Vuitton Shoe Bag

Louis Vuitton brown and tan shoe bag with zipper closure, brown corduroy lining and eight interior shoe pockets. Monogrammed plaque "WKS". Key not available for lock. 12.5" H x 18.75" W x 7.75" D. Last Qtr. 20th century. Provenance: The collection of Dr. William Kendall Striker, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Some scuffing and wear to leather corners and trim. Monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$704.00
Lot 714: 9 Kieselstein-Cord items, incl. 1 3-pc. belt set 9 Kieselstein-Cord items, incl. 1 3-pc. belt set Lot 714: 9 Kieselstein-Cord items, incl. 1 3-pc. belt set

Nine (9) Barry Kieselstein-Cord fashion items, including belts, sterling silver belt set, sport bracelets. 1st item: Men's black crocodile belt with sterling silver belt buckle, two keepers, and tip.Maker's marks, date "1990", and "STERLING" stamped en verso of silver pieces, "GENUINE CROCODILIAN MADE IN ITALY 802 THE STERLING COLLECTION 85/34" stamped to belt. 40 1/4" L. 2nd item: One 3 piece sterling silver belt buckle, tip, and keeper set with embossed celestial and line motifs. Maker's marks, date "1992", and "STERLING" stamped en verso of each. Ranging in size from 1 1/4" to 3 3/4" L. 3rd-4th items: Two (2) Sport bracelets, including one (1) with sterling silver links, and one (1) with sterling silver and black leather links, both with snap lock clasps.Maker's marks, date "1999", and "925" stamped en verso of each, "SPORT" stamped to clasps. Ranging in size from 7 1/2" to 7 3/4" L. 5th item: Men's black crocodile belt with square silver tone buckle with embossed stylized human faces. "Genuine Alligator 30" stamped to belt. 36 1/4" L. Note: The buckle was purchased by the consignor at a Kieselstein-Cord "trunk sale" at Neiman Marcus in Chicago, circa 1995-96, and was told that the maker's mark was removed because it was a "second". 6th-9th items: Four (4) olive green felt drawstring dust bags with white lettering reading "SPORT (logo) KIESELSTEIN-CORD". 8 1/2" H x 6 3/8" W. 14.230 total weighable troy ounces. All items late 20th century. CONDITION: All items in overall good, gently used condition. [See more photos →]

$640.00
Lot 703: 4 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items 4 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items Lot 703: 4 Louis Vuitton Luggage Items

Four (4) Louis Vuitton luggage Items, including a tote bag and folding suitcase with two detachable toiletry/garment bags. 1st item: Brown and tan tote bag with exterior pockets on either side. Plastic lining and pockets on interior. Monogrammed plaque "WKS" on exterior front pocket. Tag with Louis Vuitton name on interior. No key available for lock on zipper. 2nd-4th item: Large brown and tan garment bag or folding suitcase with leather straps and buckles for closure. Brown interior lining with its own zipper-closure and hook for hanging bag while opened at base. Monogrammed plaque "WKS" beside handle. No key available for locks. Tag with Louis Vuitton name on interior. Includes two interior detachable garment or toiletry bags. Unfolded – 52 1/2" H x 23 1/2" W x 6" D. Interior flat bag – 15 1/4" H x 19 1/4" W. Interior flap-closure bag – 17" H x 21" W x 3 1/2" D. Last Qtr. 20th century. Provenance: The collection of Dr. William Kendall Striker, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Some wear, notably to top of folding garment bag at edges. Lacking keys. 1st-2nd items monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$640.00