KNOLL ATTRIBUTED MARBLE TOP TULIP DRINK STAND: Beveled marble top, mounted on a painted metal tulip base. Approx. 20.75'' h x 16'' w.
CONDITION: Soiling & wear to paint consistent with age and use.
ROBERT KULICKE, AMERICAN (1924-2007), "WHITE ROSE TULIPS IN A GLASS JAR", 1989, OIL ON CANVAS MOUNTED ON MASONITE, 13 3/4 X 11 3/4 INCHESROBERT KULICKE, American, (1924-2007) "White Rose Tulips in a Glass Jar", 1989, oil on canvas mounted on masonite signed and dated lower center "Kulicke 89" oil on canvas mounted on masonite Dimensions: 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches Provenance: Davis and Langdale Company, Inc., New York, New York; Private Collection, France Framed dimensions: 17 1/2 x 16 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches Tags: oil painting, still-life, modern / contemporary, 20th century, listed artist Condition: in excellent original condition; no restoration apparent under UV We are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Shannon’s is merely a subjective qualified opinion. Frames on all paintings are sold "As Is". Frames may need some conservation. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD “AS IS” IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE.
PINWHEEL & TULIP PAINT DECORATED DOMED TOP DOCUMENca. early-mid 19th century; softwood dovetail constructed box with wood dowel pin mounted bottom and bent thin stock top, the arch top lid on tin wrapped and wire clip mounted hinges, cream/gray panels with colorful red, green and gold pinwheel compass designs has, each pinwheel with scalloped red brush painted accent and each panel with decorative hand painted floral tulip design; the lid with extensive flowing floral vine and compass work floral accents with green trim paint, possible European origin with construction in typical continental form and punchwork decorated tin hasp in similar European form, 11 1/4"x 7 1/2"x 6 1/4"; Condition: crack across lid, right panel has exposed peg, one hinge needs repair, original painted surfaces good
LAWRENCE LEBDUSKA, (AMERICAN, 1894-1966), PAINTING, FEMALE NUDE WITH BOXERS AND TULIPS, 1932-33, OIL ON CANVAS, SIGNED L.H. LEBDUSKA, DATED 32-33 LOWER LEFT. 30 BY 22 IN., OVERALL, 35 BY 26.5 IN.,LAWRENCE LEBDUSKA, (American, 1894-1966), Painting Female Nude with Boxers and Tulips, 1932-33, oil on canvas, signed L.H. Lebduska, dated 32-33 lower left. 30 by 22 in., overall, 35 by 26.5 in.
Leonards Painted Tulip Top Buttermold Double Bed: Leonards Red Milk Painted Wooden Turned Tulip Top and Buttermold Carved Low Post Double/Full Size Bed, c. 1830, with turned blanket rail. Headboard and side rails later. Note: does not include bed wrench or bed bolts covers which can be purchased from retailer https://www. leonardsantiques. com/ . Overall57"W x 84"L, post height 47 1/2" , 21 1/2"top of side rail, 28" bottom of headboard, 46" top of headboard, 41 1/2" top of blanket rail . . . (BBRA10385)(MM) Condition Some age cracks to posts, finish is expectedly worn, in overall good sturdy antique condition, lacking bed bolt covers, one buttermold carving lacking a corner Available payment options on Bidsquare
17C Man with a Tulip Oil Painting after Frans Hals: Frans Hals, after . (Dutch / Belgian, 1581-1666) . Young Man with a Tulip . Apparently Reynier (?), the son of Frans Hals . 17th Century or later . Vermeer; Dutch School . Oil on canvas . Bears Monogram: FH, Center right . Canvas: 30 1/8 in. x 25 1/2 in. ; Frame: 42 5/8 in. x 37 3/8 in. . . Condition: Good condition. For inquiries, condition report and additional images please email info. hillgallery@gmail. com . . Provenance: Collection of K. M. Laurie and Co. , London; John and Johanna Bass Collection; Bass Museum of Art after 1963. . . Exhibition: Exposition of Portraite, The Hague 1903. . . Literature: The John and Johanna Bass Collection, Miami Beach, FL, 1973, no. 4; Hofstede de Groot, Corn. , Die Hollaendische Malerei, No. 364 c; Moes, E. W. , Frans Hals: Sa Vie et Son oeuvre, Libraire Nationale D'Art et D'Histoire, Brussels, 1909, p. 54; Slive, Seymour, Frans Hals, Vol. III, Phaidon Press, 1974, No. D22; Trivas, N. S. , The Paintings of Frans Hals, Phaidon Press, London, Appendix no. 1, Plate 41. . . Museum Inventory No. 1963. 004 . . Collection of the Bass Museum of Art - Miami Beach, Florida. Proceeds to benefit the John and Johanna Bass Acquisitions Fund. . . Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer professional third party shippers for USA Domestic and International buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Available payment options on Bidsquare
FOLK ART BUCHER-TYPE BAND BOX BY DIERWECHTER SISTEca. 2005 dated; luan plyboard bentwood lidded box with glue assembly and fine folk art polychrome paint decoration, the black ground painted box has large open tulip on stems around base of box and lid with cottage and tree in center and two facing tulips, 13 3/4"x 9"x 5 1/4"; Condition: good, no damage
Lift top chest retaining some original tulip painting in five panels on front and painted sides, with original iron snipe hinges, pr... Lift top chest retaining some original tulip painting in five panels on front and painted sides, with original iron snipe hinges, probably Pennsylvania 18th century (replaced feet). ht. 20 1/2 in.; wd. 48 1/2 in.; dp. 19 1/2 in.
CLARICE CLIFF BIZARRE WARE FANTASQUE HAND PAINTED COFFEE CAN & SAUCER WITH RED TULIP 2 3/3"H X 2 1/8"DIAM. (CUP), 4 1/8"DIAM. (SAUCER)Clarice Cliff Bizarre Ware Fantasque hand painted coffee can & saucer with red tulip, Dimensions: 2 3/3"H x 2 1/8"Diam. (cup), 4 1/8"Diam. (saucer)
3 FRAKTUR WATERCOLORS, ATTRIB. TNGrouping of three watercolor fraktur type drawings on paper, possibly East Tennessee. 1st item - Watercolor depicting yellow horse with painted red (poinsettia type) flowers over body, blooming tulips lower left corner. Undulating brown line borders with alternating red and green circles. This folded drawing opens to a full page with early 19th script verso relating to monetary transactions and involving Samuel, Georg, Daniel, and David Babb (The Babb family name is prominent in East Tennessee). 8 1/4" x 7 1/2" drawing. 2nd item - Watercolor fraktur of five red tulips sprouting from a heart base. Yellow vines and leaves. 5 3/4" x 7 3/4". 3rd item - Watercolor fraktur of three red tulips with brown polka dots and green/brown vine and leaves. Upper and lower border with light green and red band. 5" x 7 3/4". Attributed to Tennessee, 19th century. Provenance: Blount County, TN Living Estate.
All with toning and minor stains. Horse drawing has tear to upper right margin.
(4) Pcs Kosta Boda glassware, hand painted Ulrica Hydman Vallien Tulip pattern, painted tulips on textured body, c/o 13" round platter, (2) 7-1/2" plates, 8-5/8" dia x 5-1/4" h serving bowl, no condition issues noted
MOORCROFT POTTERY "TULIP" POWDER BOWL, tubelined and hand painted with tulips against a rouge ground, impressed and painted factory marks. 8cm by 12.5cm £70-90
CAST LEAD HORSE METAL TULIPS WOOD BASEA cast lead horse with a painted metal row of tulips in a wood base. Comprised of:
Horse: 14.25" x 13" x 5"
Seven painted tulips in base: 24.75" x 33.75" x 3.25"
AMERICAN GREEN-STAINED AND PAINTED PINE MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST The hinged lid with heart rondel opening to tinder box, the nailed case with white-painted nail heads, 2 arched tulip panels and tulip stems at the sides, the back unpainted; 13 1/2 x 19 1/2 x 9 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of John E. du Pont.
ASSORTED COLLECTION OF CERAMICS INCLUDING E.J. MILLER ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA STONEWARE CROCK the crock stamped "E.J. Miller Alexa" at rim, attributed to B.C. Milburn or his sons -- h: 7.5 in., the unmarked stoneware jug with brown glaze to upper third of body -- 9.5 in. Elisha Janney Miller was a merchant who had a shop on King Street in Alexandria, Virginia. Literature: Eddie L. Wilder, "Alexandria, Virginia Pottery 1792-1876," 327, together with a Franz Anton Mehlem pansy charger -- dia: 11.5 in., 4 Italian tulip-form bowls stamped "Italy" on base, a footed scalloped bowl with gilt interior and rose designs, a bowl with rose border faintly numbered on base -- dia: 10 in., a German pierced porcelain basket with central floral medallion -- l: 12 in., a gilt-rimmed German plate with floral design, a Royal Adderley china floral basket, a gilt-rimmed demitasse cup with a painted landscape scene, a gilt-rimmed scenic saucer depicting ruins, a French saucer, a painted porcelain cup and saucer with floral and figural motifs, a scallop-edge plate with rose design, a transfer-printed plate of a pointer dog marked "GDA Limoges France," a Carlsbad Knox shell-rim plate of maritime scene, a Dansk "Flora Bayberry" pattern plate, and a LS and S holiday holly leaf motif gilt-rimmed platter, together with a Napoleonic commemorative lustreware cup and saucer, a lustreware mug reading "Joseph," and Calyxware "Carolynn" pattern octagonal tureen, cover, stand, and ladle, the cup with transfer printed figures and caption "Wellington For Ever," the saucer with a figure holding a pennant reading "Louis XVIII" above the caption "Peace;" the child's lustreware mug labeled "Joseph," together with a copper lustre small jug with a band of trailing tulips -- h: 5 in. and a copper lustre cylindrical mug with a green central band between molded beaded lines -- h: 5 in.; dia. of Calyx Ware stand: 12.25 in.; together with four dinner plates en suite, and an unmatched Calyx Ware lunch plate -- dia.: 9.25 in. (a lot) Provenance: Estates of Edward Plyler & Joseph Cipolari
PAIR OF FRENCH TULIP VASES WITH PUCE DECORATIVE PANELS SIGNED 'AUTRE' HEIGHT: 7 IN. (17.8 CM.)PAIR OF FRENCH TULIP VASES WITH PUCE DECORATIVE PANELS SIGNED 'AUTRE', with spurious gold anchor marks under bases, the soft paste porcelain bodies of flattened pedestal bases rising to flaring bodies with three wreath-trimmed apertures, the front side painted with a puce classical landscape with putti, fronted by a row of leaves, the reverse painted with a ribbon-tied bouquet all reserved on a cream ground (2) Dimensions: Height: 7 in. (17.8 cm.)
ELIZABETH AMOUR FOR BOUGH POTTERY
OVOID JUG, CIRCA 1930
decorated with cherries, painted marks, 16cm high; A BOUGH OVOID JUG BY RICHARD AMOUR, decorated with tulips, painted marks, 14cm high; and A BOUGH OVOID JUG BY ELIZABETH AMOUR, decorated with crocuses, painted marks, 16cm high (3)
ORIGINAL MARGARET SANDZEN OIL, 'TULIPS' Margaret Sandzen (American, 1909-1994) Tulips, circa 1930s Oil on board 22" x 28" An impasto still life of tulips in a purple vase. Margaret Sandzen was a student of her father, Birger Sandzen, whose strong influence is apparent in this painting. Skilled in her own right, Margaret's work was exhibited across the Midwest throughout the 1930s and early 1940s. She also taught art at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, in her father's department. To the reverse, in Margaret Sandzen's hand: "Tulips / Margaret Sandzen / Lindsborg, Kansas". In a gilt wooden frame measuring 27 1/4" x 33". Provenance: Purchased directly from Margaret Sandzen-Greenough by a private collector in the Kansas City area. The present owner was a friend of the late Margaret Sandzen-Greenough, daughter of Birger Sandzen, and acquired a number of oils and prints directly from her between 1985-1992.
16TH C. FACON DE VENISE GLASS BOTTLE W/ ST. NICHOLAS**Originally Listed At $1200**
Europe, Western or Lowlands, Renaissance to Early Modern Period, ca. 16th to 17th century CE. A beautiful bottle formed from cristallo glass displaying an octagonal base and straight walls that rise to a curved shoulder, a narrow neck, and a flared, circular rim, all sitting upon applied, raspberry prunt feet. Translucent turquoise and cristallo glass rigaree decorates the 6 corners of the vessel, each travelling vertically down the vase's tall body and pincered in 4 vertical and 3 to 4 horizontal parts with a waffle pattern, while an additional wavy band of cristall glass wraps horizontally around the narrow-most point of the neck. The bust of Saint Nicholas of Bari is painted in red, white, and black pigments on one face of the vase, while the remaining 5 faces feature tulips painted in hues of pale pink and olive green. Size: 1.75" in diameter x 4.8" H (4.4 cm x 12.2 cm)
Popular in the 16th and 17th centuries, this style of glass is named "Facon de Venise," which is French for "Venetian fashion" and refers to glass made in places other than Venice using the techniques that had been perfected there.
Nicholas, a Greek bishop of Myra, Anatolia in the 4th century and one of the most beloved saints of the church, who served as an intercessor, performing miracles of healing and rescue, has an interesting history. A strong opponent of the heretical bishop Arius at the Council of Nicaea, Nicholas, after slapping Arius in the face, was denied his holy insignia and tossed in jail. However, Christ and the Virgin appeared to him and gave him back his freedom and his episcopal office. Saint Nicholas is often portrayed as a staunch champion of the Christian faith, a defender against heresy, and a healer.
Provenance: ex-private Medford, New Jersey, USA collection
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Rough pontil scar on base. A pontil scar or mark indicates that a vessel was free-blown, while the absence of such a mark suggests that the work was either mold-blown or that the mark was intentionally smoothed away or wore away over time. Losses to bottom of 1 rigaree and 2 feet. Otherwise, excellent with nice remaining pigments.
Early Tulip Painted Fire Bellows: Early Tulip Painted Fire Bellows. Measures 17" Packaging, Insurance, Handling, Shipping is done in house and is 30. 00 for this item in the continental U. S. Or you are welcome to pick up in person or make other arrangements. Please email or call to request a detailed condition report. Condition Condition reports for specific items are available by calling Kevin Ross at 1-740-701-7511 or emailing rossauctionco@gmail. com
MATTHEW JOHNSON (1999)
THREE TALL TULIP PAINTINGS
39 3/4 x 5 1/2 in. (sight)
Framed, signed lower right 'Johnson'
A William De Morgan solifleur vase by J Hersey, painted with stems of foliage in gold and sand lustre impressed Sand's End tulip, painted JH mark flat chip to top rim, 18cm. high
LA ROCHE LAFITTE (FRENCH, B. 1943), A PAIR OF TULIP PAINTINGS Each a watercolor on silk mounted to a sheet of hand-made paper, each inscribed "Tulipe trois couleurs" and signed, mounted and framed under glass.
English Delft Polychrome Blue Dash Tulip Charger: attributed to Rotherhithe, circa 1655-65, ÿpainted in yellow, ochre, blue, and green with large tulips and daisy-like flowers, ÿsurrounded by dense blue and green leafy foliage, all issuing from a green fenced mound, with inner yellow border overlapping the blue dash rim, 13-1/2 in. , Provenance: Sotheby?s, London, Lot 503, purchased February 24, 1988 for œ3, 088; Property from the Collection of Dudley and Constance Godfrey; Note: A nearly identical tulip charger example attributed to Rotherhithe is in the collection at TheÿFitzwilliam Museum, accession numberÿC. 1483-1928. https://collection. beta. fitz. ms/id/object/72072 Condition 5-1/2 in. restored rim crack reaching the foot, short rim hairline, small edge chips and glaze flakes, glaze void and pinholes, some scratchesÿ
LARGE MUG, LATE 19TH CENTURY
decorated with tulips, red banding, impressed mark 'Wemyss', 14cm high; and A WEMYSS TEA CUP, EARLY 20TH CENTURY, decorated with tulips, painted marks 'Wemyss' and 'T. Goode & Co.', 6.5cm high (2)
Large Mug; Discolouration to ground of handle owing to old restoration, glaze frits and handle and rim and 3 hairline cracks to rim (all around 4cm approx).
Tea Cup; Discoloured crazing, glaze frits to rim and three small chips to base.
3 Fraktur Watercolors, attrib. TN Grouping of three watercolor fraktur type drawings on paper, possibly East Tennessee. 1st item - Watercolor depicting yellow horse with painted red (poinsettia type) flowers over body, blooming tulips lower left corner. Undulating brown line borders with alternating red and green circles. This folded drawing opens to a full page with early 19th script verso relating to monetary transactions and involving Samuel, Georg, Daniel, and David Babb (The Babb family name is prominent in East Tennessee). 8 1/4" x 7 1/2" drawing. 2nd item - Watercolor fraktur of five red tulips sprouting from a heart base. Yellow vines and leaves. 5 3/4" x 7 3/4". 3rd item - Watercolor fraktur of three red tulips with brown polka dots and green/brown vine and leaves. Upper and lower border with light green and red band. 5" x 7 3/4". Attributed to Tennessee, 19th century. Provenance: Blount County, TN Living Estate.
A Moorcroft Pottery "Coneflower" trial cabinet vase, "April Tulip" cabinet vase and two pin dishesthe Coneflower vase painted by Anji Davenport, marked "TRIAL 15:11:01", with 2001 date mark; April tulip vase designed by Emma Bossons, painted by Karen Walker, copyright "2002", date mark 2003; one plate designed by Emma Bossons, copyright "2003", date mark 2004; the other designed by Shirley Hayes, copyright "2002", all with Moorcroft marks, one vase and plates with original boxes (4)
Artist: Sutton, Rachel McClelland, b. 1887-1982
Title: Pair of Flower Paintings (Tulips, 45; Tulips, 44)
Date: a) undated; b) 1938
Medium: oil on panel
Dimensions: a) 16 x 20 1/4; b) 16 x 20 1/4 inches
Signature: a) lower left; b) lower left
Frame Type: unframed
F. van Balen (19th/20th century) - still life of assorted flowers in a glass vase, the flowers consisting of tulips, roses, carnations and other blooms with butterflies in flight nearby, signed, oil on canvas, 30" x 23.25"*Provenance, with Phillips Auctioneers of Leeds, 3rd December 1997, their sale of 'Yorkshire and Victorian paintings', Lot 165, page 28, illustrated in colour, the price realised was £1400.*There are strong stylistic comparisons to be made to the work of Frederik Victor Bailey (1919-1997). See lots 1204 and 1205 in Tennants spring sale, 30th March 2007, page 241, a still life of flowers consisting of roses, tulips, convolvolus, iris and other flowers with a dragonfly, snail, caterpillars and a butterfly nearby which realised £2800 and a further still life of flowers in a vase consisting of roses,tulips, convolvolus and other blooms with raspberries and blackcurrants nearby which realised £1200. Both pictures are illustrated in colour on page 241 of that catalogue
Small English Delftware Polychrome 'Tulip' Plate: attributed to London or Bristol, dated 1733, brightly painted in iron red, blue, and yellow with a spray of three tulips, flanked by the inscription ?E. B 1733?, the rim painted with a border of demi flowerheads, 7-5/8 in. , Provenance: Property from the Collection of Dudley and Constance Godfrey; Note: This plate was exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Museum in theÿPermanent Collection American Galleries, from May 4, 2001 to May 5, 2005. A nearly identical tulip plate inscribed "E. B 1733" sold at Christie's, London, from Syd Levethan: The Longridge Collection, Lot 200, in November 2011 for œ5, 000. https://www. christies. com/en/lot/lot-5433401 Condition minor rim chips and glaze flakes, light scratchesÿ
THREE BELLEEK TULIP VASES, TO INCLUDE A TRIPLE TULIP IN...Three Belleek Tulip Vases, to include a triple tulip in low form with painted base, height 5 1/4 inches; along with two quadruple tulip vases, tulip with gold height 9 inches, the other 8 1/4 inches; having black marks. Provenance: Collections of Norma Reilly, New Jersey.
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Da Mei & Wen Lin (20th C. ) "Red Tulip": Da Mei & Wen Lin (Chinese, 20th C. ) "Red Tulip" Stamped lower right and upper left. Original Watercolor on Rice Paper. . . Provenance: Collection of James A. Helzer (1946-2008), Founder of Unicover Corporation. . This painting appeared on the Fleetwood First Day Cover of the U. S. 29c (F) Coil Stamp issued January 22, 1991. . . Picture a stream of multihued Alpendoorn and scarlet Red Riding Hood tulips flanked by delicate, fringe-petaled Batterseas. A perennial favorite of dedicated gardeners all over the world, tulips are frequently overlooked by less practiced cultivators who seek longer-lived blooms. Yet planting a variety of tulips and carefully tending the flower bed can produce a profusion of cup-shaped and lily-flowered blossoms which last well into June. Tulips require well-drained soil, and ambitious gardeners meticulously prepare the flower-bed to achieve maximum bulb growth. Adding peat to soils with high clay or sand contents assists with drainage, while phosphorus and calcium provide nourishment to plant roots. Bulbs are set eight to twelve in. below the surface, for the extra depth allows the bulbs to remain in the ground, without thinning or replanting, for several years. Leaves or peat moss make excellent mulch and protect young bulbs during winter's icy sojourn. The first shoots of spring result in a flurry of activity as gardeners remove mulch, add essential elements to depleted soils, and clip drooping petals which rob bulbs of food for the coming year. . . Image Size: 12. 25 x 11. 75 in. . Overall Size: 14. 25 x 12. 25 in. . Unframed. . (B12979) Condition . - By registering to bid for this auction either in-house or online and/or placing a bid in this auction the BIDDER/BUYER agrees to all the terms and conditions of Helmuth Stone Gallery Auctions. . - All silver, gold and/or jewelry lots or invoices containing said lots MUST be paid for via wire transfer or cashier’s check, no other forms of payment will be accepted. . - All sales are final; no refunds will be given under any circumstances. . - Helmuth Stone Gallery provides condition reports as a courtesy to our clients and assumes no liability for any error or omission. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client and is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, mater. The bidder assumes responsibility for ensuring that the condition of the item(s) meets with their satisfaction prior to bidding. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. . - Online images can sometimes be low quality due to the uploading process, original high-resolution images can be requested via email at HelmuthStone@gmail. com . - We recommend looking into shipping quotes prior to bidding, shipping quotes can take up to a week or more post-sale as we host our auctions through 6 online platforms and shipping can become backlogged, if you would like a list of local shippers please email us directly. . - Our auction catalogs are hosted through multiple online platforms along with phone and in-house bidding. Bids placed on other platforms are not shown through this catalog. Because of this, even if it appears you are the only absentee bid or bidder on a lot, you may already be out bid or may have placed a bid equal to another bidder. Therefore, we always recommend bidding live. Available payment options on Bidsquare
Two Floral Brooches incl. Valentino Tulip & Poppy: Two floral brooches, the first a Valentino enamel, rhinestone and gold-tone tulip, marked on reverse "Valentino, " and a yellow poppy with curved stem. Tulip: 5. 75" L. Minor paint flakes. From the Estate of fashion executive Margot Rogoff. Condition Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are available by request. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Available payment options on Bidsquare
A DUTCH SCHOOL PAINTING, "Still life with Peppermint Tulips, Morning Glories, Roses and Red Lilies, " 19TH CENTURY, : A DUTCH SCHOOL PAINTING, "Still life with Peppermint Tulips, Morning Glories, Roses and Red Lilies, " 19TH CENTURY, oil on canvas. 30" x 25" Provenance: Property from a Corporate Art Collection Condition Lined canvas, unsigned, varnish, mild toning, overall in good to very good condition, wear commensurate with age. Simpson Galleries strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Simpson Galleries regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Simpson Galleries. All lots offered are sold "AS IS. ” NO REFUNDS will be issued based on condition.
Five unframed Coca-Cola illustrations jo gross and vernon grant, circa 1940 Signed, two featuring young men and a woman holding a bottle of Coke by Jo Gross, three by Vernon Grant of store illustrations with elves and tulips. Woman: H: 27 1/2 in. x W: 18 1/2 in. Elves: H: 19 in., 17 in. and 15 in. Folding and paint losses to bottom of the canvas of the yound woman holding the bottle of coke. Elves: all have some paint loss and folds to top edges above tulips.
A collection of English porcelain tulip cups, circa 1815-25
Comprising a pair of Derby tulip cups with gilded handles and octagonal bases heightened in gold, 6.2cm high, red painted marks, an English porcelain cup on a circular green base, 6.1cm, a Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester tulip cup with butterfly handle, 5.8cm, and a pair of later Continental porcelain vases shaped as tulip flowers, 12cm high (6)
LUIGI LUCIONI (AMERICAN 1900-1988). "TULIPS," STILL-LIFE WITH SPRING FLOWERS.
Oil on artist"s board, 20 x 16 inches. Signed and dated "Luigi Lucioni "26" l.r. The reverse inscribed "Lucioni" and "No. 10" with remnants of jelly jar and gallery labels.Luigi Lucioni had his first one-man show at the Ferargil Galleries in 1927. It is likely that "Tulips" was exhibited, alongside a very similar Lucioni still-life, "Flowers." The New York Times reviewer commented, "... the blossoms are sprayed out in a delicate arabesque against a gleaming background of white linen."
Provenance: Ferargil Galleries, New York, no. 4376. Prizes and Exhibitions: "Tulips" was awarded a prize for oil painting in the juried National Arts Club Exhibition of Flower Paintings, New York, March 1-31, 1939.
Pair English Beakers and Meissen Tureen including pair of English porcelain floral leafy cup bodies with applied hand painted tulips tapering to scrolling gilt bases, unmarked, 5 in., [one beaker with repair to one leaf and one tulip, chips to petals, other with repairs to two tulip stems, three tulips and two cup tips, losses to some leaf tips, stem, and petal tips]; German, 19th century, Meissen rose covered tureen, inside cover finely painted with a courtship scene, bud and branch handle and base platform, crossed swords mark in under glaze blue, 4 in., [old chip repair to cover rim, base rim and various petals of the body and the bud and stem base platform, hairline from rim to center]. Provenance: Property from the Collection of Marjorie S. Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
A PAIR OF PAINTINGS BY THOMAS WEBSTER BRITISH, 1800-1886
TULIPS, ROSES, SNOW DROPS AND PANSIES IN A GLASS VASE
Oil on panel: 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (sight)
Framed; signed lower left Thomas Webster; second painting TULIP, PEONIES, FORGET ME NOTS AND IRIS IN A CHINESE VASE; oil on panel: 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (sight) ; framed; signed lower left Thomas Webster
KNOLL ATTRIBUTED MARBLE TOP TULIP DRINK STAND: Beveled marble top, mounted on a painted metal tulip base. Approx. 20.75'' h x 16'' w.CONDITION: Soiling & wear to paint consistent with age and use.
PA Painted Child's Chest attr. "Scraggly Artist": Child's polychrome paint-decorated pine blanket chest, attributed to "the Scraggly Artist, " Montgomery-Berks County, Pennsylvania border. Molded, hinged top with blue-green sponge painted decoration, surrounding a central cartouche decorated with a spray of tulips, free-hand painted in dark blue, red and yellow, and outlined in a salmon border. The tulip decoration is repeated in two side-by-side painted panels on the front of the dovetailed case, which sits atop a lower section with two drawers, and a base having ochre sponge painted decoration extending onto dovetailed bracket feet. Back is plain and unpainted. Case sections and base are divided by applied bands of molding in solid salmon paint. Interior well has lift top till. Drawers are constructed with wedge-pin dovetails, and one is dated "1800" in salmon paint on the exterior side. 19 1/4" H x 28" W x 14" D. Provenance: Private Tennessee collection, found in Alabama. This chest is attributed to the so-called "Scraggly Artist, " a term coined by Monroe Fabian in his book "The Pennsylvania-German Decorated Chest, " to describe an unknown artisan whose paint decoration is executed in a similar "disheveled, yet controlled" style (for similar examples see figs. 150 & 151). For a similarly decorated miniature chest, attributed to Lehigh Valley, refer to the sale of the Richard and Rosemarie Machmer collection, Pook and Pook Auction, Oct. 24-25, 2008, lot 608. Another similarly decorated miniature chest, attributed to Berks County, was sold in Sotheby's auction of American Folk Art from the Sandy and Julie Palley collection, Jan. 18, 2002, lot 931. (Higher-resolution photos are available at www. caseantiques. com) Condition Extensive analysis of paint samples by conservator / historic paint analyst Susan L. Buck, Ph. D. , revealed numerous areas of original paint, including a few small areas on the feet and drawers, some of the top, and all of the front and both sides. Buck noted that some repainting has been done (refer to blacklight photos), but the presence of original paint allowed the colors and patterns to be restored to accurately reflect the original design. Feet of chest are original with minor repair, as are the iron butt hinges, lock, and glue blocks. Early replacement of lid molding and front mid molding, small repairs to drawers, missing latch.
GROUP OF SIX SAARINEN TULIP CHAIRS. Comprised of two arm chairs and four side chairs Condition: All swivel; Medium to noticeable surface grime and differing degrees of color intensity to upholstered cushions; Medium to noticeable areas of scattered wear/surface scrataches/scuff marks particularly to edges of tulip bases -- Bases also sustain some minor to medium scattered areas of paint loss particularly to edges;??One arm chair also sustains noticeable area of wear/scuff marks with visible paint chips to edge of one arm; One chair also sustains an approx. 1 inch surface abrasion with paint loss to edge of seat; Otherwise no other apparent significant condition issues with the lot
772. Antique Hand Painted Glazed Ceramic Tiles
A lot of four antique hand painted glazed ceramic tiles. Each tile appears to have been decorated by the same hand, with floral motifs; two are tulips, two are nodding flowers (tulips or fritillaria). Each tile glazed in gery/white with blue, green, gold, and one with aubergine hand painting. Each tile is approx. 5" x 5" x 1-4" thick. (+-)
150/300 Sold: $92.00
Painted pine box, original painted decoration with tulips, lid with central panel with figures, base with stamped tulip mark, probably Scandinavian, 20th century, 6 x 13-1/4 x 8-1/2 in. Separations, losses to decoration.
LOWELL NESBITT (AMERICAN, 1933-1993) TULIP, 1967 OIL ON CANVAS: 32 X 32 IN.LOWELL NESBITT, (AMERICAN, 1933-1993) TULIP, 1967, Oil on canvas: 32 x 32 in. Framed; verso inscribed: Tulip - '67/ 32" x 32"/ L Nesbitt; verso Corcoran Gallery of Art sticker: Exhibition - The paintings of Lowell Nesbitt Exhibitions: Lowell Nesbitt: The Flower series 1964-1973, the Corcoran, April 13 - May 27, 1973 (Number 203 at the show)
LEONARDS PAINTED TULIP TOP BUTTERMOLD DOUBLE BEDLeonards Red Milk Painted Wooden Turned Tulip Top and Buttermold Carved Low Post Double/Full Size Bed, c.1830, with turned blanket rail. Headboard and side rails later. Note: does not include bed wrench or bed bolts covers which can be purchased from retailer https://www.leonardsantiques.com/
Overall57"W x 84"L, post height 47 1/2" , 21 1/2"top of side rail, 28" bottom of headboard, 46" top of headboard, 41 1/2" top of blanket rail
Some age cracks to posts, finish is expectedly worn, in overall good sturdy antique condition, lacking bed bolt covers, one buttermold carving lacking a corner
Saarinen Tulip table, chairs by Knoll: oval white dining table on trumpet-bell metal base, 28-3/4 x 48 x 78 in.; four Tulip chairs with original brown fabric seats, 32 x 26 x 24 in., designed by Erro Saarinen, circa 1956, all with original Knoll International stickers. Table top with minor stains and scratches, underside of top with extensive paint flaking and crackling, base with scattered stains, chipped paint and minor rust; chairs with scattered scratches, stains, minor paint spatter, normal wear to upholstery.
A BOUGH POTTERY LOVING CUP CIRCA 1930 decorated by Richard Amour with tulips, painted and printed maker's marks R.A./ BOUGH/ MADE IN SCOTLAND Height: 19cm Estimate £ 250-350 + fees Note: 'Bough' pottery was set up in Edinburgh by Elizabeth Amour who had attended the Glasgow School of Art from 1908 to 1912. Amour bought blanks from various sources which were decorated by herself and other members of her family and then glazed. Most pieces are marked 'Bough' and initialled by the decorator. The present lot is decorated by Elizabeth Amour's brother, Richard. Bough pottery was produced until 1942.. Sold for £425 (buyer's premium included)
PAINTED LANCASTER COUNTY CONESTOGA WAGON BOXLancaster County, Pennsylvania painted Conestoga wagon box, 18th c. , retaining its original blue painted surface, with elaborate wrought iron hardware, the lid with tulip-form strapping, the box with tulip cut outs, 21 1/4" h., 12" w. Illustrated: Don Plummer, Colonial Wrought Iron: The Sorber Collection , p. 216, fig. 5-3. Provenance: Olde Hope Antiques, 2005; The Collection of Jeffrey Gorrin & Susan Fetterolf.
Lip repair to bottom edge of lid. Strip added to top of front of case to support lid.
Paint-decorated Dower Chest "Maria Elisabed Webern," Paint-decorated Dower Chest "Maria Elisabed Webern," Berks County, Pennsylvania, late 18th century, inscribed with the recipient's name on the front above two panels with pairs of birds and tulips above two spotted mermaids holding a tulip, further decorated with a horse and two dogs pursuing a stag, the ends with heart corners and stippled panels, all on a molded base, ht. 19 1/4, wd. 49, dp. 22 in. Provenance: Sold at Pook & Pook, The Pioneer Americana Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Shelley, April 20-21, 2007, Lot 394, where it was acquired by the present owner. Exhibitions: Philadelphia Maritime Museum, The Tale of the Mermaid, 1986. Estimate $10,000-15,000 The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
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