Crescent City Auction Gallery

When:
Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:00AM - Sun Jul 14, 2013 10:00AM
Where:
1330 St. Charles Avenue,
New Orleans, LA

ESTATES AUCTION
Saturday, JULY 13, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. and
Sunday, JULY 14, 2013 at 10:00 A.M.
On Exhibition Daily
Crescent City Auction Gallery, LLC
1330 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70130
504-529-5057 • Fax 504-529-6057
info@crescentcityauctiongallery.com
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LA Auc Lic 1354, 1529

After Pierre Henri Varnier
(1826-1890), "The Stalking
Indian," early 20th c., patinated
bronze, verso with an impressed
signature, H.- 14 1/2 in., W.- 22
in., D.- 7 in.
Persian Silk Tabriz
Carpet, mid 20th c.,
woven with silver
thread, 2' 4 x 4' 4.
Selection of Jewelry Includes
Sapphires, Diamonds, Emeralds,
Rubies, Tanzanites, Pearls, etc.
Three Piece Louis XV Style Bronze Clock
Set, late 19th c., the face and movement
marked Tiffany & Co., New York, #557,
H.- 18 1/2 in., W.- 10 3/4 in., D.- 5 3/4 in.
Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze
Mounted Highly Figured Marble
Covered Urns, late 19th c., H.- 15
1/2 in., Dia.- 5 3/4 in.
French Three Piece Bronze and Black Marble Clock Set, 19th c.,
by Japy Freres, the movement also marked "Barbot de Paris,"
Clock- H.- 23 1/4 in., W.- 10 1/2 in., D.- 6 1/2 in., Coupes-
H.- 11 1/4 in., W.- 8 1/4 in., D.- 4 1/2 in.
Chinese Qianlong Celadon
Jade Censer, 1736-95, incised
signature on the underside,
H.- 2 in., Dia.- 6 1/8 in.
Diminutive Russian Icon of St. Nicholas, 19th c.,
finely painted, in an enamel sterling riza, H.- 4 7/8
in., W.- 3 7/8 in., D.- 7/8 in.
French Provincial Louis XV Style
Inlaid Cherry Sideboard, c. 1790,
H.- 39 3/4 in., W.- 53 3/8 in., D.-
24 in.
George Valentine Dureau (1930-), "Earl,"
1977, black and white photograph of
Earl Leavell, pencil titled l.l. mat, pencil
signed l.r. mat, framed, purchased
directly from the artist, pictured in
"The Male Nude in Contemporary
Photography," by Melody Davis, 1991,
Ill. 39, H.- 14 1/8 in., W.- 14 in.
Georgian Style Carved Mahogany
Breakfront Bookcase, c. 1900,
H.- 88 1/2 in., W.- 93 in., D.- 20 in.
Noel Rockmore (1928-1995),
"Man Beneath Coney Island
Boardwalk," March 1973, watercolor
on masonite, signed and
dated l.r., H.- 18 in., W.- 24 in.
Fine French Gilt Bronze Mantel
Clock, c. 1830, the movement
signed "Pons," H.- 20 1/4 in.,
W.- 9 1/2 in., D.- 7 1/4 in.
French Elaborately Inlaid Satinwood
and Rosewood Louis XV Style
Cylinder Desk, 19th c., with a cantilevered
top, H.- 43 1/4 in., W.- 46
1/2 in., D.- 23 in.
Fine French Bronze and Mother-of-
Pearl Inlaid Burled Walnut Gilt Bronze
Mounted Cave a Liqueur, 19th c., H.-
11 1/4 in., W.- 13 1/8 in., D.- 10 in.
American Carved Rosewood
Marble Top Center Table, c.
1860, attr. to Alexander Roux,
or possibly a New York maker,
H.- 30 in., W.- 44 in., D.- 31 in.
Louis XV Style Carved Oak
Marble Top Sideboard, 19th c.,
signed Gouffe, Paris, H.- 37 1/4
in., W.- 89 in., D.- 24 1/4 in.
Three Piece Marble and Patinated
Spelter Clock Set, c. 1900, of "The
Eagle Seller," by Samuel Marti,
Clock- H.- 28 in., W.- 15 1/2 in.,
D.- 6 in., Urns- H.- 17 3/8 in.,
W.- 5 1/2 in., D.- 5 1/2 in.
French Empire Gilt Bronze
Mantel Clock, c. 1820, by
Hunziker, Rue Debussy 22,
Paris, H.- 18 1/2 in., W.- 13
1/4 in., D.- 5 3/8 in.

Lynda Benglis (1941-, American),
"Untitled," glazed ceramic with gray
and purple luster, artist's proof,
signed in the interior, marked "AP,"
H.- 17 in., W.- 13 1/4 in., D.- 10
1/4 in.
Pair of French Empire Patinated and
Gilt Bronze Four Light Candelabra,
early 19th c., H. To Top of Candle Arm-
32 in., W.- 10 3/4 in., D.- 10 1/4 in.
James Michalopoulos (1951-),
"Lumus," 1992, oil on canvas
signed "Mitchell" and dated
verso, H.- 28 in., W.- 22 in.
French Empire Carved Mahogany
Ormolu Mounted Marble Top Server,
19th c., H.- 36 1/2 in., W.- 51 in.,
D.- 21 1/2 in.
Carved Laminated Rosewood Settee, c.
1860, attr. to John Henry Belter, in the
"Rosalie Without Grapes" pattern, H.-
42 1/2 in., W.- 72 in., D.- 33 in.

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