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J.D. WAREHAM; ROOKWOOD Reticulated Black Iris vase
ROBERT ARNESON Exceptional chargerTIFFANY STUDIOS Fine jack-in-the-pulpit vase
Lambertville, NJ, United States
DoneSat, Mar 1, 2014 4:00 PM UTC

EARLY 20TH C. DECORATIVE ART; MODERN CERAMICS

Early 20th C. Decorative Arts, feat. The Lillian Hoffman Collection: Saturday, March 1st at 11 AM Art Pottery, Furniture, Art Glass, Metalwork and prints in 450 lots: From the collection of Lillian Hoffman comes a special group of American and European ceramics, featuring Adelaide Robineau, University City, Taxile Doat, Martin Brothers, an outstanding reticulated vase by John Dee Wareham for Rookwood, and much more. Ceramics by Teco, Charles Binns, Pewabic, George Ohr, Van Briggle, Riessner Stellmacher & Kessel, and Rookwood, plus several extremely rare Newcomb College textiles and a Newcomb lamp with leaded glass shade. Exceptional examples by Marblehead, Grueby, Roseville, and John Bennett. Furniture by Gustav Stickley, Rose Valley, L. & J.G. Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Roycroft, and Limbert, includes an early trapezoidal grandfather clock and rare server by the firm of Gustav Stickley and two fine pieces by Rose Valley. Lighting by Handle, Duffner & Kimberly, Suess, and Tiffany Studios. Art glass by Lalique, Loetz, and Tiffany Studios. Hammered copper by Dirk Van Erp, Joseph Heinrichs, Alfred Daguet, and Gustav Stickley. Artwork by Gustave Baumann and Alphonse Mucha. Modern Ceramics: Saturday, March 1st, immediately following Early 20th C. 132 lots: Three unique pieces by Viktor Schreckengost. Works by Otto and Gertrud Natzler, Peter Voulkos, Lucie Rie, Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye, and an exceptional charger by Robert Arneson. Also featuring Robert Turner, Toshiko Takaezu, Claude Conover, Ralph Bacerra, and Michael Lucero. Studio pottery by Karen Karnes, Nancee Meeker, Bennett Bean, Susanne Stephenson, and Don Reitz.