FOUR SILVER SERVING PIECESFour silver serving pieces to include a Max Meyer & Bro. bright cut gold wash ladle, 11" l., 950 silver fish slice, London ladle marked GL , and a ladle bearing the touch WF ; 22.58 ozt.
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SET OF EIGHT SOUTHERN FEDERAL INLAID CHERRY DINING CHAI...early 19th century, likely inland or coastal South Carolina or Georgia, seatback with pierced slats centered by floral inlaid medallions, two armchairs with shaped arms, trapezoidal seat, tapered legs, banded feet, birch secondary wood, 45 x 22-1/4 x 20 in.
Note: According to corresponding documentation, these chairs were made for Dr. Alexander Grayson Verdiere's home at Bull Hill Plantation in Beaufort, South Carolina during the early 19th century, along with a matching sideboard, likely made by a cabinetmaker in South Carolina or Georgia. A closely related set of chairs are illustrated in Georgia's Legacy, History Charted Through the Arts by Jane Webb Smith, pg. 137, fig. 67. This chair form was common among chairs made by Charleston cabinetmakers, who typically imported similar inlay—see Bivens, The Furniture of Charleston, 1680-1820, Vol. II, pgs. 771-775; pg. 639.
Provenance: The Verdiere Family, Bull Hill Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina; Julia Maxwell, daughter of Dr. Alexander Grayson Verdiere, born at Bull Hill Plantation; Estate of Mary Sams, Atlanta, Georgia; Elizabeth Austin Antiques, Charleston, South Carolina; Private Collection
all chairs structurally sound, refinished, one chair with several repairs to legs and seat rail, another chair with repaired seat rail, one chair with repaired crest rail, other minor filled areas, thin cracks, shrinkages, and other general wear as expected from age and use, slip seats replaced, seats were likely previously caned
ENGLISH DELFTWARE ROYAL PORTRAIT BOWLcirca 1685-95, painted with a portrait of King William III, flanked by the initials, "WR", within a frame over overlapping squares, diameter 8-5/8 in.
Provenance: Gautier Collection; Lomax Collection; Sotheby's London, November 8, 1999, Lot 204 (part); Property from the Collection of Dudley and Constance Godfrey
series of cracks and repairs, in-painting, loss to glaze primarily at rim, firing flaws, pitting, accession number to base, accretion, wear to foot ring
MAX LAEUGER, TONWERKE KANDERN ART POTTERY VASEMax Laeuger for Tonwerke Kandern Art Pottery Vase, c. 1910, incised mark, frond border, h. 7 in., dia. 4 1/2 in. Provenance: Rago Auction, Aug. 26, 2016, lot 612.
MAX SANSING (AMERICAN/CHICAGO, B. 1981)Max Sansing (American/Chicago, b. 1981), "Rapture (Deluxe)", 2021, archival pigment print, pencil-signed and numbered "34/50" lower right, signed in plate lower left, 38 in. x 36 in., unframed.
MAXWELL CHAYAT BRUTALIST ABSTRACT SCULPTURE Maxwell Chayat (American, 1909-1982) Modern Brutalist abstract welded metal sculpture, marked 'Chayat 1975' on an embossed metal element on the wooden base. 14" H x 7" W x 6" D.
THEODORE WADDELL ZANOTTA '7+' MODERN TABLE LAMP 7+ Table Lamp by Theodore Waddell for Zanotta, Italy, steel, plastic & glass. Underside impressed with "THEODORE WADDELL DESIGNER / 220 / 6V max 30W / brevettato made in italy." 3.5" H x 23" W. Seven light sticks present, one of which has a blue bulb.
VINTAGE MEN'S SEIKO QUARTZ SPORT 150 WRIST WATCH Vintage men's Seiko quartz sport 150 gold-tone wrist watch. Marked: "MAX THANKS UFT / WATER RESISTANT 15 BAR / 931746 / BASE METAL / ST. STEEL BACK 5Y23-8179". Gold-tone dial with stick hour markers, 38 mm case.
MAX BECKMANN LITHOGRAPH, PORTRAIT OF WOMAN Max Beckmann (German, 1884-1950), "Weiblicher Kopf nach hinten gedreht," 1921, lithograph in black depicting portrait of a woman, initialed in print and signed in pencil lower right. Sheet: 18.75" H x 13.5" W; frame: 27" H x 22" W x 1" D. Overall toning, creasing, some losses to edges.
FOLK ART PAINTED WOOD WALL MIRROR Folk Art painted wood wall mirror with arched crest, sun and heart motifs, signed and dated at bottom: "Ruthe and Max 1981." Mirror: 17.5" H x 10" W; frame: 33.25" H x 20" W.