DoneFeb 09, 2004 12:01 AM EST
New Orleans, LA, United States
Auction Details

Winter Estates Auction, February 7th&8th 2004

Featuring property from the Renowned Collection of Mr. and Mrs. David F. Dixon, New Orleans, Succession of Mrs. George Springer, 11 Rosa Park, New Orleans, Silver and Porcelain from the Estate of Noted Nashville Hostess, Mrs. Rufus E. Fort, Jr., Estate of a Garden District Lady,Property from the McBride Plantation Home of Designer John Pecoraro,A New Orleans Gentleman's Lifetime Collection of Paintings and Decorative Arts depicting Barnyard Fowl.

Highlights include Period American, English and Cont. furniture incl. highly carved 13 pc. carved oak dining room suite (prov. D.H. Holmes, N.O.), fine pair William IV pedestal cabinets, Good Federal inlaid sideboard, a mid-19th c. Baroque style console table and mirror, fine set of 12 Hepplewhite dining chairs, good Geo. III style walnut games table, period William IV figured mah. bookcase, early Italian credenza, fine Louis XV-style bureau plat, Am. carved and gilded marble column pier table, mid-19th c., Am. folio stand, rare Am. banquet dining table signed LeJambre, good Am. Gothic library breakfront-bookcase, fine 18th c. English serpentine tall chest, good Geo. III inlaid secty.-bookcase, an 18th c. Louis XV petite commode, early walnut refectory table, high-style neoclassical overmantel mirror with Wedgwood plaques, monumental Edwardian inlaid tubular tall case clock; large group of Estate Furnishings and Decorative Arts features several sets of dining room chairs, a Geo. III chest-on-chest, linen press, rosewood sofa, cellarette, three Georgian dining tables, and much more. Decorative arts include Newcomb pottery, collection of Georgian embroideries and American samplers, Regency & Victorian tea caddies & humidors, Herend ³Queen Victoria² porcelain plus Royal Crown Derby, Old Paris, Meissen, Sevres, Majolica, Flow Blue, Imari, Satsuma & Chinese Export, period lighting incl. pair of Messenger argand lamps, Baccarat gilt bronze and crystal floor lamp and collection of girandoles and bouquet holders, glass by Baccarat, Steuben, Tiffany and pr. of hurricane shades, walking sticks, estate carpets and collection of antique reference books. Over 150 lots of estate Silver by Tiffany, Gorham, Kirk, old coin silver, collection of Victorian goblets & beakers, H. Bateman tea caddy, George III tankard, and fine Sheffield epergne. Southern Regional works of art by John McCrady, Simon Gunning, Helen Turner, Wayman Adams, Adolph D. Rinck (attr.), Jean Joseph Vaudechamp, Ida Kohlmeyer, Lin Emery, Robert Grafton, Clementine Hunter, Noel Rockmore, Steele Burden, Emil Holzhauer, Will Ousley, Nicola Marschall, George Coulon, Alberta Kinsey, James Steg, William Steene, Charles Melohs, ³Fonville² Winans, Howard Newton, Colette Heldner, John Clemmer, Charles Chaplin, Alfred Hutty, Henry Casselli, Willie White, Morris Henry Hobbs, Ellsworth Woodward, Phillip Sage, Angela Gregory, and Achille Perelli. American paintings by Harry Humphrey Moore, Harold Broadfield Warren, Susan C. Waters, William Keith, Samuel Lovett Waldo, George Lovett Kingsland Morris, William Forsyth, Robert Wood, George da Madeiro Peixotto, Wayne Cooper, William Auerbach-Levy, Gustave Cimiotti, Allen Dean Cochran, Arthur Lucius Briggs, and Ernesto Gutierrez. Continental paintings by Georges Croegaert, Henri Houben, Albert Tibulle Furcy DeLavault, A. Spulak, Lila Pollock, Henri Biva, Leonce Vaijsse, Henri Cauchois, Eugene Charles Van Den Daele, Joseph Gyselinckx, Carl Frederic Aagaard, Pierre Francois Bouchard, Melchio de Hondecoeter (man.), Vicente Nicolau Cotanda, Guiseppe Rota, Charles Balthazar Julien Saint-Memin (Sch.), Henri Michaux, Paul Angé, Gaston Latouche, Alfred-Arthur Brunel de Neuville, Sigurd Wandel, Ferdinand Feldhütter (attr.), Henri Edmond Rudaux, Friedrich Schaper, Fried Pal, P. Moretti, Julius Scheuerer, Eugene Ciceri, Johann George Meyer Von Bremen, Bernard Louis Borione, Fausto Pratella, Luigi Cagliani, Louis Majoux, and George Lambert. Bronzes by Louis-Emile Cana, H. Moreau and L. Morel-Ladeuil. British works by Charles Spencelayh, William Shayer Sr., George Edward Robertson, Sir John Watson Gordon, W.S. Cooper, Harry Clifford Pilsbury, Thomas Bardwell, William Mellor, James Hayllar, John Henry Dell, Augustus William Enness, and Edward Armfield (attr.). Prints by Mark Catesby, Kurz and Allison, John Prideaux Selby, Marcel Thomas, Thomas Rowlandson, and Joan Miro.
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