Chaumet Multi-Stone, 18k Yellow Gold Jewelry Suite
Including a necklace featuring eight round-cut rubies, eight round-cut orange sapphires and eight round-cut yellow sapphires, set in an 18k yellow gold mounting measuring approximately 18 inches in length together with a matching ruby, multicolored sapphire, 18k yellow gold 7 1/2 inch bracelet. Total ruby and sapphire weight for the suite is approximately 3.40 cttw. Accompanied by Chaumet boxes. Gross Weight: 29.4 dwts
Pair of Jadeite Jade, Diamond, 14k White Gold Earrings
Each featuring one pear shaped jadeite jade double cabochon measuring approximately 14.6 x 6.7 x 4.65 mm, accented by forty-eight round brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.80 cttw., set in a 14k white gold mounting measuring approximately 40 mm in length. Total diamond weight for the pair is approximately 1.60 cttw. Accompanied by GIA Gemological Report No. 2221434806 dated May 6, 2022 stating Jadeite Jade NATURAL COLOR. No indications of impregnation - A jade. Only one green stone was tested at random. Gross Weight: 6.0 dwts
Featuring one oval shaped jadeite jade double cabochon measuring approximately 19.10 x 13.74 x 9.24 mm, accented by six marquise-cut and eighteen single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.75 cttw., set in a 14k white gold mounting. Accompanied by GIA Gemological Report No. 5222434792 dated May 9, 2022 stating Jadeite Jade NATURAL COLOR. No indications of impregnation - A jade. Size: 4 3/4, Gross Weight: 8.0 dwts
(American, 1838-1911), Sunshine After the Rain, oil on canvas, canvas: 16.75 x 29.25 inches, framed: 25.5 x 28 inches, signed lower left. Condition: craquelure throughout painting, damage left side center.
(American, 1859-1948), Bringing in the catch, oil on panel, panel: 19.5 x 23.5, frame: 29.5 x 34 inches, signed lower right. Title on back of canvas in pencil, but is too light to confirm the exact writing, Condition: Good. No visible issues apparent.
(19th Century), Tepic in Port, circa 1845, oil on canvas, canvas (relined): 20.5 x 23 inches, framed: 27.5 x 31.5 inches, there are polaroids of the back of this painting before it was relined. The verso was signed H. Oakes, and titled Tepic in Port. Notes: Polaroids of the back of the canvas before relining included in this lot.
(American, 1915-1986), Who you 1983, oil on canvas, canvas (unframed): 36 x 30 inches. Signed lower right. Provenance: from the artist to current owner by familial descent. Condition: foxing at the top. Notes: Charles Louis Smith was an activist artist living in San Francisco. He can be traced to his notable work at the Battle for International Hotel in San Francisco. A black artist, Smith helped the many Chinese and Filipino immigrants with their nine-year long anti-eviction campaign.
Charles White, ACA Gallery, Rare Exhibition Brochure
(American, 1918-1979), Cest lAmour, overall: 11 x 8.5 inches, featured print on cover of the Exhibition brochure for Charles White, September 18 to October 7, 1961, ACA Galleries, 63 East 57th Street, New York 22, PL 5-6525, with a foreword by Lorainne Hansberry, September 6, 1961, New York City Comprised of a list of 11 Drawings and 4 Prints. 4 page Brochure. Condition: brochure has wear.
Follower of Corot, Paysanne Dans LHerbe, Oil on Canvas
(French, 1796 - 1875), Paysanne Dans LHerbe, oil on canvas, canvas: 19 x 26.5 inches, framed: 26.5 x 34 inches, signed Corot lower left. Condition: two small punctures located on bottom left and bottom center, craquelure on bottom left and left side, canvas is loose on stretcher bars, frame is fragile and shows losses.
(Italian, 1480/82 - 1532) Madonna and Child, oil on canvas, canvas: 36 x 27.25 inches, framed: 42 x 33.25 inches, not signed. Condition: L shaped puncture at center of canvas, paint losses, craquelure. Ask the Fine Art Department for more info.
Paris: A. Calavas, 1929, Twenty pochoir colored plates, loose as issued. overall: 15 x 11 1/4 inches (38 x 28.5 cm) 4 pp.. The lot includes: Two works each by Alexey Brodovitch (influential Russian photographer and graphic designer who emigrated to New York in 1930 and became art editor of Harpers Bazaar), Marianne Clouzot, (member of Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, painter and textile designer), Serge Gladky (French artist in Abstract, Cubist style and producer of several portfolios of his own work), Boris Lacroix (architect and designer, especially known today for his modernist lamps), Henry Valensi (Futurist designer), Yvonne Bouchaud, Jacques Camus, Okolow, Tchimoukow, and Alexandra Bitchkova. Notes: portfolio with embossed silver title not included in the lot.
(American, b. 1930), California Condor, 1998, gold plate cast bronze sculpture, overall: 6 x 15 x 7 inches, signed, dated, and editioned 1/5 on base. Provenance: Private Collection (San Rafael, CA) purchased from 111 Minna Street Gallery (San Francisco, CA) in 1999. Paperwork from the gallery purchase accompanies this piece. Garrigues Catalogue, p. 55. Catalogue with artist signature accompanies this piece.
(French/Swiss, 1902 - 1985), Le Chat Maitre dHotel, circa 1967 large scale bronze sculpture, later casting, overall: 82 x 24 x 62 inches. unsigned. Provenance: Prominent Mill Valley Estate. Condition: minor wear on base.
(French/Swiss, 1902 - 1985), Le Chat Maitre dHotel, circa 1967 large scale bronze sculpture, later casting, overall: 82 x 24 x 62 inches. unsigned. Provenance: Prominent Mill Valley Estate Condition: minor wear on base.