Dallas, TX, United States
DoneThu, Feb 26, 2004 10:30 PM UTC
Antiques, Fine Art, and Accessories
Highlights Include * An extremely rare 9pc. Belter parlor suite in the "Rosalie without grapes" pattern consisting of a sofa, a gentleman's arm chair, ladies arm chair, and six side chairs * An elaborate Victorian "turtle top" parlor table * Ornate 5pc. Victorian parlor suite with carved cherubs * Victorian cylinder roll secretary bookcase * Victorian burl walnut pier mirror * Rare large Eastlake style cheval mirror * An important needlework chimney piece, probably from New England circa 1750, 34" x 50" * (14) Vintage movie posters * Excellent large Astral lamp with etched and cut shade prisms * Meissen figural group of a Huntsman with two dogs, 13" x 15" x 9" * An exceptional Meissen cabinet plate * Large Royal Dux figure of a man on horseback with dogs * Collection of perfume bottles including several by Lalique * Carnival glass * Signed bronzes by Allan Clark, Mario Korbel, and D.C. French * Collection of petit point purses and Judith Leiber handbags and accessories * Large collection of art including a signed Frank Boggs watercolor titled "La Porte St. Denis", (3) Heine Hartwig oils on board, a John Modesitt landscape, a large Ricardo Macarron Jaime painting, (5)old Japanese wood block prints including two rare night time snow scenes * Clocks, etc. including an English London made brass dial grandfather clock circa 1770, Brass compass in original wooden case by noted Philadelphia maker J. Young, circa 1850, Brass sextant in wooden case, Sperry & Shaw OG 2-weight eight day clock with alarm * A large collection of antique books including many 18th century leather bound books and groups related to Civil War subjects, Abraham Lincoln, and early American Revolutionary sujects, a leather bound Gardners Dictionary dated 1759, The Sinking of the Titanic dated 1912 and edited by Marshall, Norman Rockwell - A Definitive Catalog by Moffatt * Large assortment of ornate English sterling silver serving pieces, highly chased English Victorian sterling tea pot and sugar, early Sheffield plate salt cellars, good assortment of American Victorian silver plate, 21" tall American sterling silver vase with pierced floral decoration * Much , much more.