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Oval box, painted blue with gilt accents, musical courtship scene hand-painted to the lid. Floral motif painted to the underside of the lid.
Courtship scene signed Rals.
Approximate dimensions: 5 3/4 high x 10 3/8 wide x 7 3/4 inches deep..
Condition: Minor wear to the underside.
Trophy form centerpiece vase with two urn form vases. Paint blue and gilt on white, with hand-painted courtship scene, landscape, and floral arrangements.
With Sevres style crossed L marks. The centerpiece with an E, and the urns with an A.
Approximate dimensions: Centerpiece 10 1/4 high x 10 1/2 wide x 7 1/2 inches deep, urns 9 1/4 inches high..
Condition: Centerpiece body is a bit loose from the pedestal, can be tightened. Minimal gilt loss.
Painted blue and red on a white ground with parcel gilt, with mythological scenes painted to one side. Set in a gilt metal base.
Approximate dimensions: 22 7/8 high x 8 7/8 inches wide and deep..
Condition: Minor gilt and paint loss, patina to the metal.
Blue painted urn forms with gilt painted chinoiserie motifs.
Approximate dimensions: 18 high x 9 1/2 wide x 7 5/8 inches deep..
Condition: Minor gilt loss.
The tall, cylindrical vase with swagging under a demi-flower, under geometric elements.
Some scratches to top of foot, and to base. Staining from water, mid-point of band of ovulos.
36 H. x 21 W. x 26 Depth, approximate dimensions.
31 H. x 13 W. x 5 3/4 D.
Shallow split, right hand top of clock. Split to back door.
Comprising of a mantel clock and a pair of six-light candelabra en suite. The central clock and the candelabra moulded with arching grapevines, centering figures of putti at play. The bases fitting slabs of rouge griotte marble.
25 5/8 H. x 15 W. x 6 1/2 D., the clock, the candelabra 26 H. x 10 W. x 10 D.
11 H. x 8 W. x 3 3/4 D.
Comprising a figural mantel clock and a pair of five-light candelabra en suite. Cold-painted bronze figure of a workman about to use his axe - sledge-hammer, atop a cylindrical clock by Bucheron, inset into the wood pile. All above a green and red onyx base. Plaque in front reads Bcheron, ie the Wood-Cutter, after Matt. Moreau. The clockworks by AG Mougin.
33 H. x 14 W. x 10 1/8 D., the clock, the candelabra 29 H. x 12 W. x 12 D.
Please note: Client is sending in the pendulum and striker for this clock, which he accidentally forgot to drop off last time he was at the Annex
Rectangular form, with figure of a modest woman seated upon a cylindrical clock before a window upon a rocky mount. Stepped above a shaped section inset with finely-painted porcelain plaque of fox in wooded landscape. The base with shell and scroll foot under swags. Clock face with black Roman numerals on white enamel.
R / 687 to the movement reverse.
Approximate dimensions: 15 3/4 high x 11 1/2 wide x 4 1/4 inches deep..
Condition: Some patina, door covering movement is missing, the dial with very minor marks.
Bird with blue and black plummage atop a gilt brass stand with vining tulle flowers to center of gilt brass cage. Speaker to underside.
Marked Ken-D and pictorial cypher to underside.
11 3/8 H. x 6 3/4 Diameter.
This bird has a remarkable number of songs. Fully functional. Visible corrosion to brass sides.
Each with a putto standing on a red marble base holding up the two light candelabra.
Approximate dimensions: 19 1/4 high x 8 inches wide..
Condition: Minor chipping to the marble bases.
San Angel Inn, 1912
Watercolor on paper.
Sheet: 18 x 14 1/8 inches.
Signed, titled and dated lower right: Helen Hyde, San Angel Inn. 1912.
CONDITION: In overall good condition, this work is unframed with no visible tears or areas of abrasion to the image. Some creasing to the corners of the sheet from being mounted with corner covers.
Oil on board.
10 1/4 x17 3/8 inches Frame: 14 1/2 x 21 5/8 inches.
Signed and dated lower left: L.P. Welch 1918.
Needs to be cleaned.
Sight: 20 1/2 x 17 inches Frame: 32 5/8 x 27 3/8 inches.
Signed on the bottom of the mat: William J. Scott
(American b. 1941)
The Checkered Demon Digging Himself
Ink over graphite and watercolor.
Sight: 7 x 7 inches Frame: 14 x 14 1/2 inches.
Titled, dedicated, signed and dated upper right corner: The Checkered Demon Digging Himself / For Jamie Huberman Happy Birthday to us Both S. Clay Wilson July 1987.
(American b. 1937)
Liberty Head (Version 1)
Acrylic on silkscreen.
12 1/8 x 12 1/4 inches Frame: 17 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches.
Signed lower right: Max stamped and dated with inventory number verso: Peter Max 1998 43246
(American b. 1961)
Mixed media on paper.
Sheet: 11 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches Mount: 22 1/2 x 20 1/8 inches.
Signed lower left: Frohsin.
Approximate dimensions: 48 1/2 x 16 x 16 inches diameter..
With dore bronze mounts.
Approximate dimensions: 29 high x 36 wide x 24 1/2 inches deep..
Condition: Minimal wear.
Burl veneer top section with a single drawer and ebonized inlay, on two X-form supports with gilt brass mounts and a baluster carved stretcher.
Approximate dimensions: 28 3/4 high x 23 1/2 wide x 16 5/8 inches deep..
Condition Very minor wear to ebonized finish
White marble top with gilt bronze surround, three drawers, cabriole legs, checkered marquetry pattern throughout, gilt bronze accents.
Approximate dimensions: 30 3/4 high x 13 5/8 wide x 13 3/4 inches deep..
Condition: Repaired crack to marble corner, very minor wear overall.
With silver metal mounts, white marble top above a single long drawer, over a single door cabinet with a shelf.
Approximate dimensions: 41 high x 32 1/2 wide x 15 1/2 inches deep..
Condition: Minor wear to the marble tops.
Gross Weight: 11.1 dwts
Gross Weight: 10.9 dwts
Gross Weight: 13.2 dwts
DIAL: Round, textured gold, black Arabic numeral hour markers, black outer minutes track, blued breguet hands. MOVEMENT: Manual wind, jeweled. CASE: Round, open face, 18k yellow and white gold, foliate border motif, rose-cut diamond border, painted portrait miniature depicting a regal woman, Golay Fils Stahl, Geneve, Fabrique, 03 97, gold cuvette no. 2025 and engraved No. 26861 Golay-Leresche Fils, Golay Fils Stahl SUCrs, Geneve, 2 Rue de la Paix, Paris. Grace A. Young, Milwaukee 30 mm. Suspended from an 18k yellow gold fancy link chain interspersed by seed pearls and a diamond bow bail and measuring approximately 24 inches in length.
Gross Weight: 33.1 dwts
Note: Some diamonds missing, minor scratches to portrait miniature, discoloration to dial and outer track worn.
Gross Weight: 22.4 dwts
Featuring one oval shaped coral cabochon measuring approximately 11.9 x 9 mm, flanked by six full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.03 cttw., set in a 14k yellow gold mounting.
Size: 6 3/4, Gross Weight: 1.5 dwts
Including one carved coral rose, 14k yellow gold ring, size 6 1/2 together with one 14k yellow gold box link, 24 inch neck chain.
Gross Weight: 9.1 dwts
Patinated finish, decorated with flowers and leaves.
Approximate dimensions: 70 high x 27 inches wide..
Condition: Patinated finish with some possible rust.
Body formed as a lantern with handle with mica shade.
Unmarked to base shade also unmarked.
14 1/4 H.
The interior fitted with cork, fitted with plastic antler ferns. Fitted with high, conical linen shade.
48 H., including shade. 14 H. x 18 W. X 18 D., the base.
The straight-sided, stepped cylindrical base and top incorporating a louvered linen shade.
The base 7 H. x 8 Diameter. 38 H., including shade.
Square wood base and top, holding smoked plexiglass panels, with a tall, cylindrical element to center. With flaring cylindrical linen, raffia and brown velvet shade.
26 H. x 10 W. x 10 D. 50 H., with shade.
The shade has collected a couple of bruises and dust.
6 1/2 H., the candlesticks..
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