Monrovia, CA, United States
DoneWed, Mar 22, 2006 1:30 AM UTC
Antique & Fine Furnishings Auction March 21st
Carved 15 pc Italian Renaissance dining suite consisting of 10 side chairs, 2 arm chairs, extension table, sideboard and server, 6 table leaves (opens to 18'), nice Regina 15.5” disc music box with cabinet & 36 discs, good Napoleon III onyx & champleve sculpture stand, 19th c. Georgian teapoy, Louis XV style brass-mounted writing table, 19th c. Dutch marquetry inlay dumbwaiter, Louis XV style tete-a-tete, three door mahogany bookcase cabinet, 19th c. Continental campaign chest, French style “bronzed”-metal mounted armoire, Wm & Mary style oak lowboy, painted leather, 11 pc Continental walnut dining suite, 8 pc set Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, older garden statuary, Stickley Bros (?) bar cabinet, 2 tile top tables, estate oriental rugs incl: 11'x13' Ushak, Nautical incl: Lietz S.F. standard binnacle, Elgin cased chronograph, sail ship copper rain gauge, stick barometer, boxed gyro, sextant, etc. American brilliant cut crystal collection, pair Hawkes 15” cut crystal & sterling vases, boxed set Steuben air twist stemware, Royal Vienna, Lalique, Hutschenreuther porcelain service for twelve, 50 pc Meissen “Blue Onion” service, Nymphenberg & Rosenthal, Herend porcelain dinner plates, Baily, Banks & Biddle sterling vanity set, Art Nouveau figural crystal & silver center bowl, Sevres Art Nouveau gilt-brass mounted vase, onyx bronze mounted mantle clock, bronzes, art pottery incl: Rookwood, Newcomb College, Roseville, Paintings incl: Antoine Blanchard (1910-1988 French) winter Paris street scene with trolley cars, Herman Lipot (1884-1972 Hungarian) American Indian items from 3 local estates 40+ pcs including: late 19th c. Northwest Coast Chilkat dance blanket - diving whale pattern, Navajo late classic 2nd Phase Chief's blanket circa 1870, fine classic style Saltillo Sarape, mint condition 3'x5' Germantown, numerous baskets: Apache, Pomo feather gift basket, Hupa, Mission, Tlingit, Hopi, pottery: Acoma, Santa Clara.