Spring Select Auction 2007

Lots 96-128

96. Ten sterling sherberts with linear and triangle open work to edge, marked Sterling with hallmarks, 3.75"h, 28.2oz troy, nine fitted with stemmed glass inserts, minor scratches. 300-500
97. Ten S. Kirk & Son sterling goblets with gold wash interior, 72, 6.75"h, 55.6oz troy, excellent condition. 600-800
98. Ten S. Kirk & Son sterling petite goblets, 73, 5.75", 35.5oz troy, excellent condition. 350-450
99. Pair of S. Kirk & Son sterling three light threaded candelabra, scrolled reeded arms, four pieces each, weighted base, reinforced stem, 14"h x 13.5"w, excellent condition. 300-500
100. S. Kirk & Son sterling five light threaded candelabra, scrolled reeded arms, four pieces, weighted base, reinforced stem, 14"h x 14"w, excellent condition. 300-500
101. Carved oak lamp table, ropetwist uprights and stretchers, carved floral medallions to skirt, top fully carved with scrolls and blossoms, caned oval inset to top, refinished, 28"h x 28"w x 21"d. 350-550
102. 19th century English oak two-piece divided chest of drawers, two over three, bracket feet, good old finish, 42"h x 39"w x 20"d. 1,500-2,000
103. Ten S. Kirk & Son sterling tumblers, 283A, 3.25"h, 32.8oz troy, excellent condition. 250-450
104. Three sterling serving spoons: ladle with side pour bowl, Buccellati Italy, 12", 8.1oz troy; two hand wrought serving spoons with mounting pins to backs of handles, marked O.N.C. Sterling, 13", 4.2oz troy each. Excellent condition. 150-250
105. Twelve sterling bread plates, monogrammed B, 6", 46.9oz troy, scratches to tops and bottoms. 450-550
106. Two S. Kirk & Son sterling footed bowls, marked Paul Revere Reproduction, S. Kirk & Son Sterling 211, 5"d x 2.75"h, 14.2oz troy, minor scratches to interior. 150-250
107. Two Gorham sterling bread bowls, marked Gorham Sterling with hallmarks and 4463, 1.75"h x 11.75"w x 6"d, 14.8oz troy, insignificant scratches. 150-300
108. Early 19th century child's chaise lounge with original painted skirting, New England origin, new upholstery, some additional nails, 19"h x 42"w x 16"d. 750-1,000
109. Impressive flame grained oak Victorian lamp table with turned and ropetwist legs atop dramatic iron claw and glass ball feet, beeded trim to undershelf with ornate acanthus leaf supports, good old finish, some scratches, 30"h x 30" square top. 400-600
110. Six sterling apertifs, marked sterling with hallmarks, 4.5", 1.7oz troy each, sells with two S. Kirk & Son sterling nut dishes, 4101, 2", 2.0oz troy each. 150-200
111. Ten sterling bell-form sherberts, 3", 30.9oz troy. 300-400
112. Ten Towle sterling cordials, 3", weighted bases. 100-150
113. Poole sterling lidded ice bucket, acanthus handles, urn finial, original Thermos insert, marked Sterling by Poole 55, 8.5"h x 9"w, excellent condition. 100-200
114. Ten S. Kirk & Son sterling drinking cups, 284A, 5.25"h, 53.1oz troy, excellent condition. 400-600
115. 18th century English two-drawer bow front low boy, burled inset top and drawer fronts, Queen Anne legs, three-board back, old finish, 35"h x 36"w x 21"d. Fair condition: several losses to veneer and edging, age cracks, repair to top of hind leg, structurally sound. 400-600
116. Early 19th century spindle back slab seat chair in old red paint, hand painted center medallion with deer, hand painted blossoms to nicely turned legs, 35"h x 16"w x 14"d. 200-400
117. Pauline Paull, Rhode Island, 20th century, New England farmhouse scene, oil on board, 12" x 16", signed. Sells with photograph of the artist dated 1931, and catalog page depicting a portrait of the artist painted by Maurice Compris. 500-700

Paull was a Bristol, Rhode Island painter who also worked in Connecticut and on Cape Ann. She was a member of and exhibitor with the Connecticut Academy of Fine Art, the Newport Art Association, the Rockport Art Association, and the Providence Art Club.

118. Aurella de Walt Payne, USA, b.1913, Columbia River Gorge landscape, oil on board, 9" x 12", signed. 300-500

Payne was a pupil of Edgar Payne (no relation) and worked in both Los Angeles and San Francisco. She was a member of the so-called Eucalyptus School, and exhibited at the Los Angeles city hall in 1932 and 1935.

119. Frederick E. Roberts, Boston, d.1937, Newton Highlands, oil on board, 10" x 14", signed, titled on back. 400-600

Roberts was a Massachusetts painter who first worked in Indiana before settling in Boston. He exhibited at the Boston Art Club and produced mainly landscapes. He was best known for softly rendered scenes of the Massachusetts countryside.

120. Charles William Duvall, Columbus Ohio, 1864-1966, Fall landscape with river and cliff, 1962, oil on canvas, 24" x 32", signed. 600-800

Born in Galia County, Ohio, Duvall spent most of his life working and teaching in Columbus. He was a well respected artist in his lifetime, known for Ohio and West Virginia landscapes.

121. Paul E. Harney, St Louis, 1850-1915, Landscape with stream, 1907, oil on canvas, 10" x 8", signed. 500-700
122. Landscape with water and nicely striated sky, watercolor, 13" x 8", illegible signature, in shadowbox frame, 25" x 20". 400-600
123. John Elwood Bundy, Indiana, 1853-1933, Landscape with cottage and lake, watercolor, 5" x 7", signed. 500-750

A member of the Richmond School of Indiana painters. Worked in New York as a portraitist before returning to Indiana to paint landscapes, mostly in Wayne County. Bundy was head of the Art Department at Earlham College for eight years. He published a book of etchings called Fond Recollections.

124. Joseph Trover, Indiana, b.1915, Spring Cat-Tails, oil on canvas, 24" x 36", signed, with original Hoosier Art Mart tag. A large Brown County landscape with distant buildings. 500-1,000

Trover is known for his Brown County landscapes and hunting dogs. He exhibited at the Hoosier Salon, Indianapolis Art League, U.S. Senate Office, and elsewhere. His teachers included C. Curry Bohm.

125. L. Clarence Ball, Indiana, 1858-1915, Edge of the Marsh, watercolor, 9" x 7", signed. 600-1,000

Born in Mt Vernon, OH, Ball worked and taught in South Bend, IN. He studied at the National Academy of Design, and exhibited at the Boston Art Club, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

126. Dorothy S. Yagger, Kentucky, Pottery Club portrait of the Overbeck sisters, oil on board, 18" x 24", signed D.S. Yagger to front, full signature and information about the painting on the back. 300-500
127. Walnut Victorian marble top table, large applied overlapping leaves to uprights and broad turned center stem, turtle top form with white ogee marble, 29"h x 32" x 24". 400-600
128. Quality modern glass top coffee table, applied fleur di leis carvings to corners, ornate twisted wrought iron accents to legs, urn finial to stretcher, beveled glass inset top, excellent condition, 16"h x 54" x 34". 250-450