MAPPIN BROS GILT EPERGNE COPELAND PARIAN FIGURESEnglish Victorian epergne centerpiece, late 19th c., Mappin Brothers, single ruffled colorless glass flute, over a shaped dish with etched ferns, raised on a gilt metal stem and tripartite base, engraved with sea-lion holding a trident, three Parian ware bisque classical female figures marked Copeland, restoration to flute stem, approx 24.25"h, 11"diam
GROUP OF FIVE ENGLISH PORCELAIN PITCHERSComprising:
A transferware pitcher in the 'orchid' pattern, green printed mark
A Melbourne transferware pitcher, blue printed mark
A Corridge pitcher in the 'fern' pattern, molded mark
An English pitcher molded with ferns
An English pitcher molded with wheat sheath
The largest 13 in. high.
Each with minor wear, some light crazing. Otherwise in good condition.Not withstanding this report or any discussion concerning condition of a lot, all lots are offered and sold "as is" in accordance with our conditions of sale.
A DERBY PORCELAIN FLUTED TRIO Circa 1780 painted with pattern `84' with a gilt-edged salmon pink border, the inside border with gilt ferns, puce painted marks; also a bute shaped teacup and saucer, probably New Hall, painted with grisaille landscapes; a Caughley blue and gilt teabowl and saucer, blue S mark; a New Hall pattern `421' teabowl and saucer and a Chamberlains `Stag Hunt' pattern teabowl and saucer ( 11)
M.E. DOCKREE O/B, HILLS OF ARDGOUR SCOTLAND. A large 19th C. oil masonite, figures harvesting bracken ferns (used for thatched roofs) in landscape, signed lower right M.E. Dockree, with information on reverse, image 34" x 47.5", frame 40" x 53"
GRANDMA MOSES POTTERY TILE. A hand painted tile by Grandma Moses, depicting vase with ferns, fired by Helen Beers. Signed “Grandma Moses” on front, signed on back “Tile painted by Grandma Moses, fired by Helen C. Beers in her kiln, Troy New York” Prov. descended directly through Beers family. Tile 6”, Frame 7.75”. From the estate: Copyright Grandma Moses Properties Co., New York. Vase with Pine Branches. Circa 1950. Painted tile. Kallir T #86.
S. KIRK AND SON STERLING SILVER REPOUSSE LARGE BOWL 2 ½"T x 9 ½"D Finely worked with repousse decoration of fruit, ferns, flowers, and leaves to the center the bowl, on four ball feet. Marked on the side:"S.Kirk & Son/ Sterling/233 Hand Decorated". Weighs 17.08 toz.
Tiffany & Co.. five-piece tea and coffee service. 1873-91, sterling silver. 8¾ h × 8 w in. result: $4,375. estimate: $4,000–6,000. Service is comprised of a coffee pot, teapot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl, and waste bowl with chased decoration of ferns and flowers. Marked to underside of each example ‘1892 506’. 87.2 ozt.
Tiffany & Co.. Vegetable bowl. c. 1892-1902, sterling silver. 4 h × 9½ dia in. result: $1,188. estimate: $1,000–1,500. Bowl features repoussé chased floral sprays alternating with waves to body, a die-rolled band with flowers and ferns to rim, and four cast and applied paw feet. Monogram to center of bowl. Impressed manufacturer's mark to underside ‘Tiffany & Co 9447 Makers 3904 Sterling Silver 925-1000 T’.
Tiffany & Co.. Creamer and covered sugar bowl. c. 1877, sterling silver. 4½ h × 7¼ w × 5½ d in. result: $1,950. estimate: $1,200–1,800. Creamer and bowl feature alternating repoussé bands of flowers, ferns, leaves and shells. Impressed manufacturer's mark to underside of each example ‘Tiffany & Co 4686 Makers 2424 Sterling Silver 925-1000 M’.
Handel. Fine table lamp with butterfly, goldenrod and ferns. c. 1917, reverse-painted acid-etched glass, patinated metal. 24 h × 18 dia in. estimate: $6,000–8,000. Painted decorator's signature 'John Bailey' and manufacturer's mark and number to shade ‘Handel 6536’. Impressed manufacturer's mark to shade aperture ‘Handel Lamps Pat'd No. 979664’ and to base 'Handel'. Provenance: Private Collection, New York
Arthur Eugene Baggs. Vase with ferns. glazed earthenware. 4¼ h × 3¾ dia in. result: $3,750. estimate: $1,500–2,000. Glazed and incised artist's initials to underside ‘A’ and ‘B’. Provenance: Collection of Arthur Baggs | Thence by descent | Important Private Collection
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