Winter Associates AUCTION
Monday, February 25th, 6:30pm
Previews: 2/24, 2-4pm; 2/25, 3-6:15pm or by appt.
21 Cooke Street, Plainville, CT 06062
***Heavy Snow Date: February 26th, call to confirm
Black Americana: “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” three sheet poster, c. 1910, ss: 88” x 40”; five late 19th C. mechanical cast iron banks including “I Always Did ‘Spise a Mule (Jockey)”, “Darkey in Cabin”, etc.; early African American Picture Puzzles, c. 1895, “The Darktown Fancy Ball” and “The Happy Darkies”; “The Five Jolly Darkies, Way Down in Virginia” crank toy by W.S. Reed Toy Company, c. 1880–1900; three tin wind-up toys including “Charleston Trio”, Maxx & Co., c. 1921, “Jazzbo-Jim”, Unique Art Mfg., c. 1921, and “Mammy” walking toy, Lindstrom c. 1930; five Currier & Ives 11” x 15” (approx.) prints from the “The Darktown Fire Brigade” and “Darktown Athletics” series including “A Running High Jump”, “A Quarter Mile Dash”, “The Darktown Fire Brigade – Save!”, “The Darktown Hook and Ladder Corps” and “The Darktown Fire Brigade – Investigating a Smoke”; framed c. 1880 and 1881 Calendars for Clarence Brooks & Co. Coach Varnishes (2); Gold Dust Twins advertising trolley signs, c. 1920 (3); cast iron lawn jockey’s, 38” h.(2); Johnny Griffin metal desk accessories, c. 1900; along with 100+ other African American collectibles including target, board, and cards games, sterling souvenir spoons, framed advertisements, etc.
Paintings: 17th C. battle scene with attached plaque attributing work to Jacques Courtois (French/Italian, 1621–1675), o/c, 28” x 38”; Pair of portraits in the manner of Giuseppe Nogari (Italian, 1699–1763), o/c, 23” x 18” each; Louis George Bouche; Ralph Eno mixed media (4); Telesforo Franchino micro mosaic; Betty Gilman oil (14); Marion Huse oils (6); Albertus E. Jones oils (2); Ernst Klemm oil; Bill Thompson oil; William Thomson oils (4); John McClusky oil; Forrest Moses oil; Mary Loring Warner pastels (2), etc.
Prints: Two nautical prints by John Stobart (American, b. 1929), “Boston, The Celebrated Clipper Ship Lightning Towing Out on her Maiden Voyage in 1854” and “The Bark WB FLint at East Boston”; After J.J. Audubon, two framed elephant folios “Canada Pouched Rat”, “Four Striped Ground Squirrel”; framed 19th C. prints by G. Pera after Antonio Terreni (8); after Salvador Dali prints (3); 19th C. lithograph “Podargus Ocellatus”; After Roy Lichtenstein exhibition poster, c. 1968; WWII propaganda posters (7), etc.
Silver: S. Kirk and Son flatware and servingware (floral repousse), 73 pcs.; Kirk and Son four piece tea and coffee service; Carl Poul Petersen (Danish-Canadian, 1895-1977) pair modern design candlesticks, 9 3/4” h.; pair of Dominick and Haff sterling candelabra; German candlesticks; Tiffany & Co. sterling coffee service, 3 pcs; Tiffany & Co. including “Vine Peapod”, 3 pcs; Shreve Crump and Low Co. 16” sterling tray; English and American silver including coin; pair of Wallace leaf form dishes; Gorham tea service; Collection of 70 sterling tea infusers including Tiffany & Co.; sterling hollowware, 12 pcs; sterling vanity items, 7 pcs; Taxco pins, etc.
Clocks: Tiffany & Co. nine tube striking tall case with moon phase dial, ca. 1905; Curtis & Dunning, Concord, MA “Banjo” clock, ca. 1820; guilloche enameled carriage style clock, 2 ¼” h.; Waterbury Clock Co. gilt bronze mantle clock and two candelabra; Seth Thomas regulator wall clock, etc.
Ceramics: Herend “Rothschild Bird” porcelain tea service and other tableware, 52 pcs; 18th C. German Fayence/ Faience miniature porcelain bombe chest, 9 ½” h.; Carl Schuman Bavarian, assembled set of 50+ pieces; 19th C. French handpainted plate with Mt. Vesuvius decoration; Sevres bowls, 19th C., “Chateau de St. Cloud”, 12 pcs; KPM, Dresden, Worcester, 7 pcs; Amphora Turn Teplitz RSTK bust; Royal Copenhagen, B&G and Herend animal figures, 6 pcs; early 19th C. French Paris breakfast set, 8 pcs; blue and white porcelain including Meissen, Mintons, Spode, Cauldon, etc., 12 pcs; Coalport, 35 pcs; Art Deco porcelain vanity/dresser set, 7 pcs; 19th C. American salt-glazed stoneware jug, 2-gallon; Boehm “Water Birds of North America”, 8 pcs; Mintons; Mottahedeh; American Art Pottery jardinière on stand, etc.
Glass: Two St. Drakes Plantation Bitters figural bottles, c. 1862–1875, amber, 10” h.; five (case) gin bottles, early 19th C.; Steuben bowls, 4 pcs; Lalique France “Pinsons” bowl, 9” diam.; 19th–20th C. colored glass bottles, some hand-blown, 8 pcs; Waterford, 13 pcs; Stained glass window, c. 1900, 39” h.; Webb Corbett cut stemware, 24 pcs; paperweights, biscuit jars and other accessories, etc.
Books: “To Kill A Mockingbird” signed by author Harper Lee, c. 1998; Pepys, Samuel, Diary of…N.Y. (1892), 10 vols.; Culpeper, Nicholas, “The Complete Herbal…A New Edition…”, 1848; Elihu Vedder, 2 vols, “Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam”, 1894, and “The Digressions of V…”, 1910; “The Dada Painters and Poets” edited by Robert Motherwell; “Dada & Surrealist Art”; eight vols by Paul La Croix, Brantome, etc.; “The Bibelot”, 18 vols; Rousseau, J.J., “Letters de Deux Amants”, 1763, 3 vols; “Andy Warhol”, 1969; “Philosophy of Andy Warhol”, 6th ed.; Edmond Rostand, “Chantecler…”, Paris, 1910, 1 vol.; Solon H. Borglum “Sound Construction: A Comparative Analysis of Natural Forms and their Relation to the Human Figure”, etc.
Jewelry: 14K yellow gold and enamel snake form bracelet; 14K, emerald and diamond “V” design necklace; 14K Movado ladies dress watch; assorted gold and colored stone jewelry incl. pins, earrings, etc.; Taxco pin and four other small sterling pieces; Costume jewelry, large lots including brooches, earrings, rings and other accessories.
Furniture: Continental: 18th C. Italian slant lid desk, burl inlay, serpentine front, 40” h. x 39” l.; 19th C. French console table with shaped faux marble painted top; pair of 18th C. Italian shield form carved and gilded wall mirrors; Vitrine, French style, late 19th/early 20th C., domed top over serpentine front; Six French style armchairs with molded frames; French style armchair, c. 1900, painted ivory finish; Pair of Baroque style armchairs, etc. English: Bowfront chest, 19th C. mahogany and mahogany veneer, 32” h. x 41” w. American: Armoire/show case with glass inset doors, late 19th/early 20th C., 100” h.; Corner cabinet, 19th C., cherry, painted blue interior, 83” h.; Baker Chippendale style four poster mahogany queen bed frame; Vitrine showcase on stand, late 19th C.; Oak stacking bookcase, c.1900; Figured maple chest of drawers, 20th C.; Pine blanket box, 19th C., blue paint exterior; Stepback cabinet, primitive style reproduction; Highboy, 20th C. reproduction, mahogany; Tilt top tea table by Westing Evans & Egmore, Philadelphia, early 20th C.; Chippendale style block front chest, 20th C., mahogany; Octagonal work table with inlay, 19th C.; Federal style dining table and oval wall mirror; Music cabinet, early 20th C.; Pembroke table, 19th C.; Ladderback armchair, 18th C.; two 18th/19th C. armchairs with rush seats; 18th C. drop leaf dining table; Lady’s vanity and companion mirror; Hepplewhite style game table; Hepplewhite style sideboard; Late Federal four drawer chest; Chest of drawers with alterations, late 18th/early 19th C.; Three tier stand with folding writing top; Two Sheraton style single drawer stands, one by Paine Furniture Co., Boston; Corner chair, late 19th C.; Eastlake center table and pedestal; Pembroke table, 20th C., mahogany; Late Federal two drawer stand; Chippendale form tilt top table, late 19th/early 20th C.; Seaman’s chest, late 19th – early 20th C., etc. (See also Asian.) Asian: Chinese carved jade belt hook/letter opener, 9” l.; Chinese table, 19th C., square top inset with rose marble, 31” h. x 26” sq.; Marble top threetier stand, Chinese, 19th C.; Antique Central Asia Embroidery, c. 1900; Three crackle glazed polychrome ceramic vases, late 19th/20th C.; Three Chinese bronze and champlevé vases, 19th/20th C.; four pieces of Chinese blue and white including planter on base, pair ginger jars and oversized vase; four 19th C. Chinese stands with inset marble tops; Wall display cabinet; Japanese porcelain including Nippon and Noritake, etc.
Rugs: Semi-antique Persian Sarouk palace carpet, 20’ 9” x 11’ 5”, central geometric medallion ensconced by garden type design of flowering vines on navy ground; Antique Persian Sarouk, 9’ x 12’; Semi-Antique rugs include: Ahar Heriz, 10’ 9” x 8; Persian Fine Hamadan runner, 10’ 2” x 3’ 8”; Persian Sennakurd, 7’ x 4’ x 7”; Persian Karaja, 6’ 6” x 2’ 3”; Modern rugs include: Agra Serapi carpet, 8’ 10” x 11’ 8”; William Morris style carpet, 8’ x 9’ 10”; Uzbek Kazak runner, 2’ 8” x 9’ 8”; Agra Serapi, 5’ 10” x 9’; Persian style carpet, 11’ 6” x 9’; Oushak, 4’ x 6’; Agra Laristan Kazak, 4’ x 6’ 2”; Mahal, 2’ 7” x 6’; Agra Mahal runner, 2’ 7” x 6’ 1”; Persian design carpet, 9’ 11” w. x 14’ l.; Persian Hamadan, 6’ 6” x 4’; and three rugs including one Bokhara pattern carpet and two scatter rugs.
Dolls & Toys: Nine dolls including: Armand Marseilles (4); Kestner (2); C. M. Bergmann; Heinrich Handwer; Arthur Schoenau & Hoffmeister; 19th C. baby carriages (2); Marvin Haskell & Co. style Victorian doll stroller/ baby carriage; Chippendale style child’s recamier; Diminutive chest with mirror and corner chair; Child’s highchair and a double seat rocker, 19th C.; etc. Important Miscellaneous: 20th C. Italian Murano chandelier of tiered opalescent leaf-form discs, 31” h.; Brazilian Rock Crystal balustrade lamps, 21” h., obelisks, 23” h., pair of frames; Tiffany Studios gilt bronze plate with abalone, 8” diam.; Ship model, cased model of a 17th C. Bark; Mid-century wooden model of “Century” speedboat; Cast iron doorstops including Hubley (6); Scrimshaw (4); Cast metal inkwells and rame; Cleveland Indians signed baseball, c. mid 1950’s; Vintage hats and purses; Ladies’ fur coats (4); Needlepoint pillows (10); 20th C. tapestry, 74” l., etc.
Black Americana; Paintings, Prints, Silver; Clocks; Continental & American Antiques; Fine Porcelain & Glass; Asian; Books; Rugs; Dolls; Toys, etc.
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Winter Associates, Inc. ٠ ٠ 860-793-0288
17th C. oil (attr. J. Courtois)
Tiffany bronze; 2” carriage; 18th C. porcelain Curtis & Dunning
Black Americana tin wind-up toys c. 1925
Stobart lithos; Bark model; blue chest
5 Cast iron
19 mechanical banks c. 1895 th & 20th C. Asian
18th & 19th C. Americana
S. Kirk and Son sterling
S. Kirk & Son, floral repousse, 73 pcs
3 Trolley advt.
Poster, c. 1910, 91” h.
Ernst Klemm oil, 8” h.
Forrest Moses oil, 41” h. St. Drakes Bitters; 2 gal.
10 Bisque head
inc. 30” Bergmann
Semi-antique Sarouk, 20’ x 11’
20th C. Murano, 31” h. Harper Lee signed
18th C. Italian
14K & enamel Tiffany & Co., 9 tube
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