Winter Associates AUCTION
Monday, October 14th, 6:30pm
Previews: 10/13, 2-4pm;
10/14, 3-6:15pm or by appt.
21 Cooke Street, Plainville, CT 06062
Art; Silver; Clocks; Nautical; Antiques & Fine Furnishings; Black Americana; Police,
American West & Other Historic Memorabilia; Porcelain; Glass; Jewelry; Oriental Rugs, etc.
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Winter Associates, Inc. ٠ 860-793-0288
Paintings: Charles H. Woodbury (American, 1864 – 1940), oil seascape, 1926, 35 1/2” h. x 47 1/2” w.; Emile Gruppe (American, 1896-1978), 20th C. oil “Beech at Dusk”, 23 1/2” h. x 19 1/2” w., and one attributed to Gruppe, 8” h. x 10” w.; and an 18th C. French oil on canvas, depicts portrait of infant in cap, with temporary loan provenance at the MFA Boston and Fogg Art Museum; B.G. Bruestle, oils (4), including “Summer Afternoon, Old Lyme”, 24 ½” h. x 29 ½” w. Also: H. Bachmann, oil; C. Cabot, oil; C. Demetropoulos, watercolors (2); H. Gartmeier, oil; B. Hesse, watercolor; M. Huse, oils (14); B. Jacobson, watercolor and mixed media; F.K. Optiz, oil; R. Patterson, illustrations (10); A. Speck, oils (2); W. Thomson, oils (2), and one watercolor; G. Riecke, oil; J. Webb, oil; two C. H. Woodbury, watercolors (one attributed); O. Wyler, watercolor; 17th C. Italian oil on canvas; 19th/ 20th C. gilt sunburst plaque in the manner of Fra Angelico; along with other 20th C. landscapes, portraits, and still life scenes.
Prints and Posters: Prints: G.E. Burr, etching; Walt H. Beunger, “Vive Le
Cirque”, lithographs (6); J. Stobart, prints (2). Posters: Original James Bond
Subway Movie Poster, “For Your Eyes Only”, 1981; Poster for Al G. Field Minstrels
staring Harry Frankel; Barbarella Movie Poster featuring Jane Fonda; Collection
of 12+ movie posters from 1940 – 1960’s.
Silver: Reed & Barton, Gio Ponti“Diamond” pattern flatware (77); Watson Co. four piece “Lotus” pattern tea service, 19th/20th C.; Wallace “Grand Baroque” sterling servingware (14); Gorham boxed sterling flatware set (69); Fara Co. five piece tea service, 20th C.; Tiffany items include: reticulated heart shaped dish, two lidded condiment/ sugar bowls, fish server, pie server; Georg Jensen weighted handle cake knife, Bernadotte pattern; Gorham punch ladle, “Cambridge” pattern; West & Son (Irish, 1914) sterling repoussé dish ring; Also, other assorted flatware, vanity items, and accessories, makers include: Gorham, Watson Co., Whiting Manufacturing Co., Barbour Silver Co., George Unite, Tifft & Whiting, Vincent Laforme & Brothers, Jacob & Jenkins, etc.; and lkington & Co. silver plated Rococo style matching candlesticks (4).
Clocks: Tall Clock, American (probably Connecticut), c. 1800, cherry case, 87” h.; Seth Thomas, Plymouth, CT, “Pillar & Scroll” shelf clock, c. 1825; E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, CT, “Pillar & Scroll” shelf clock, c. 1825, mahogany case; 20th C. Reproduction of a c. 1810 period Massachusetts-style shelf clock, signed “Aaron Willard/ Boston”, mahogany case; Massachusetts shelf clock signed “Aaron Willard Jr. / Boston”, ca. 1820, mahogany case; Banjo wall clock, gilded case with eglomise panels, reproduction or early elements with extensive restoration; Tiffany & Co. nautical portfolio clock & weather barometer set; Howard Miller High Tide clock; and a Seth Thomas ship’s clock.
Nautical: Four cased full model ships, including: “Vigilant”, built by William.
E. Hitchcock, 16” l.; “Constellation”, 18” l.; Sail Classics, “Lake Union Dream
Boat”, c. 1929 design, 32” l.; sloop model “Gjoa”, 20” l. Seven half hull models, mounted on wooden panels, including: two Alexander Dorman 20th C. large laminated half hull models and five other 20th C. models. Also: Diorama “Sail-Screw Steamer De Ruyter”; and other 19th/20th C. nautical ephemera and photography (16).
American Antiques: Late 17th/ early 18th C. Primitive lift top chest; Windsor fan back side chair, late 18th C., early bottle green painted finish; Queen Anne tilt top table, late 18th C., cherry; urnback armchair, late 18th C.; Federal card table, American, c. 1800 – 1820, mahogany and mahogany veneer; Sheraton Pembroke table, c. 1800-1820, mahogany and mahogany veneer; 19th C. sewing stand, mahogany and veneers; Empire sewing/worktable, bentwood skirt, early 19th C., mahogany and mahogany veneer; Mahogany stand with gallery top, late 19th/ early 20th C.; Oak stacking bookcase, c. 1900’s, Viking Co. manufacturer. American Renaissance Revival: bed with ornate marquetry to headboard, rosewood, 73” h. x 66” w. x 86” l.; nightstand/ side table, rosewood with elaborate inlay. Eastlake: step-down dresser with marble top, rosewood; bookcase, carved and pierced gallery top; mahogany one drawer stand; marbletop low table; cabinet/ bookcase with two glass panel doors; Chippendale wall mirrors (2); and glass front oak bookcases (3).
Fine Furnishings: Chippendale style: block front shell carved chest of four drawers, mahogany; Bombe chest, mahogany, museum reproduction.
Hepplewhite style: secretary desk, Beacon Hill Collection, mahogany with burl inlay; drop leaf tables (2); dining table, mahogany and mahogany veneer; dining table, Beacon Hill Collection, mahogany, with two demi-lune ends, 87”l. (total); Also: Sheraton style dropleaf dining table; Queen Anne reproduction tea table by Kittinger for Colonial Williamsburg, mahogany; computer table with pullout shelf, Craftsman inspired design; Music cabinet; Wine cooler of wooden staves and metal hoops.
Black Americana: Printers proofs on paper for tobacco cartoon advertisement (4); Richard Burnside, “outsider” art, enamel on wood; Poster for Al G. Field Minstrels staring Harry Frankel; tobacco pouches depicting African Americans (3); 1883 Calendar for Clarence Brooks & Co. Coach Varnishes; “Ten Little Niggers” card game, c.1910; Tin “Jazzbo-Jim” with fiddling boy, wind-up toy, c. 1921; cast iron banks (2); rare blackface policeman; along with 100+ other African American collectibles, manufactures include: “Gold Dust”, “Cream of Wheat”, Diamond Match Company, “Sambo”, etc., items include: target and pinball games, figurines, care products, etc.
Police and American West Memorabilia: Police: Boston Police wide-brim helmet; handcuffs (3); Sterling ID bracelet inscribed for Police Commissioner; whistle; iron claw; wooden truncheons (2); billy club; alert rattle; framed sets of police badges and patches (3); police leather belts with metal buckles (2); mugshots of criminals, c. 1920 (2); and early 20th C. police photographs (10).
American West: framed pieces of wild west memorabilia photography, including: Buffalo Bill, Native Americans, frontier towns, stagecoaches, etc. (15).
Rugs: Semi-Antique: Persian Kirman carpets: 18’ 8” x 10’ 6”, 14’ x 10’, and 10’ x 7’ 9”; Turkish Sivas, 6’ 4” x 9’ 8”; Oriental Persian Mahal Sarouk carpet, 9’ 8” x 7’ 10”; Shiraz, 4’ x 9’ 3”. Modern: Peshawar runner; Hereke, 6’ x 9’; Modern Kashan design, 6’ x 9’; Indo-Serreband, 9’ x 12’; Uzbek Kazak, 4’ x 5’ 10” and 3’ x 4’ 10”; Uzbek Kazak runner; Oriental Persian Serebend carpet, 6’ 10” x 10’; Uzbek Sultanabad, 3’ 2” x 5’; Persian Hamadan, 3’ 8” x 6’ 9”.
Asian: Chinese: Chinese Export porcelain, including Armorial (31); porcelain dinner service with orange ground, blue flowers, and gilt accents (63); blue and white vase, 20th C.; pair of Chinese style table lamps, converted from vases, oxblood ground. Japanese: Satsuma porcelain charger, 20th C., gilt rim; woodblock prints, including: Kunisada I, Kiyonaga, and Utagawa Toyoharu (3). Also: hardstone stamps with figural finials; watercolor depicting warriors sparing on horseback; and portraits of deities, gouache on paper (8).
Porcelain: KPM porcelain plaque, 19th C., “Young Tyrolean Boy with Hat”; Coalport “Japanese Grove” pattern partial tea service, late 19th C. (14); English soft paste porcelain, Imari style, 19th C., gilt accents, including Royal Crown Derby (37); Sunderland pink lustre pitcher, English, early 19th C.; English soft paste with gilt accents, 19th/ 20th C. (3); 19th/20th C. puzzle pitchers (6); Royal Doulton “Dogwood Blossom” partial tea service (18); blue and white transfer decorated Staffordshire, England, early 19th C. (9); early English soft paste pitchers (3); Royal Doulton “Kingswood” dinner service (48); Wedgewood “Potpourri” partial dinnerware service, Colonial Williamsburg reproduction (26); early Delft tiles (3). Other makers include: Beswick, Boehm, Royal Adderley, Dresden, Meissen, Spode, Limoges, etc.
Jewelry: Yellow gold accessories, including: 10K thimble; 14K Sapphire and Diamond pendant necklace; 14K yellow gold Longines wristwatch; 14K signet ring; 10K ring set with one emerald cut cubic zirconia; 14K enameled Pansy Pin/Pendant; 14K Yellow gold wedding band; 14K wreath pin; 18K double feather pin, 10K rings (3). Also: 14K White gold and Aquamarine filigree ring, and 300+ pieces of costume jewelry.
Important Misc.: Nantucket basket purse with scrimshaw ivory/bone sailboat attached to lid, signed “Paul F. Whitten/1980”; large unique art glass shade (23” diam.) on bronze base (29” h. standard); Walt Disney animated celluloids from “Winnie the Pooh” (4); “Napoleon” themed pieces of decorative arts, including miniatures (2) and busts (7); three bird decoys, including: a shorebird, canvas covered decoy goose, and flying duck decoy; carved wood Santos (3); 18th and 19th C. candlesticks, brass and white metal (17); cast iron doorstops, including one Hubley (3); pair of lyre form brass chenets; Winchester fishing baskets (2); English saddle by Martin Kinlet; folding canoe chair; Tiffany “Frank Lloyd Wright” crystal vase; Quezal Iridescent Blue Vase.
Emile Gruppe, 23” x 19” (1 of 2) Watson Co. “Lotus” Sterling
Tiffany Stlg 10”
Black Americana, 50+ lots
Art Glass, 23” dia.
Geo. Riecke, oil, 23” x 35”
18th/19th C. American, etc.
Bertram Bruestle (1 of 4); early 19th C. American
Seth Thomas, Eli Terry, etc. (3 of 9)
Hitchcock Model (1 of 4)
James Webb oil, etc.
Ch. Woodbury, 35” x 47” (1 of 3)
18th C. French
Mid-Century Sterling, 77 pcs
1 of 7 Half-Hull Models
Semi-Antique Persian Kirman, 18’ 8” x 10’ 6”
5 Church Hill Road / Newtown, CT 06470
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