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Lot NumberDescriptionEstimated Selling PriceHammer Price

TWO-TIER LAMP TABLE AND STICKLEY SIDE CHAIR: late Victorian lamp table with square serpentine molded top on four S-curve legs; Stickley Windsor side chair with Gustav Stickley's branded United Crafts joiner's compass shop mark of 1902-1904.

$120 - $180$110

MAN'S DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING, 14k gold set with round-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 0.50 ct. Ring size: 10-3/4. $650 - $850$400

GREEN JADE HOOP EARRINGS, each light green jade hoop set is in 14k yellow gold.

$200 - $300$120

HEAVY GREEN JADE BANGLE. The round bangle is 3-1/8" in diameter (2-1/2" inside diameter). $150 - $200$100

PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL ARMCHAIRS, American, c. 1920's, each having a single, upright, Gothic arch panel back between open arms, the trapezoid wood seat concealed under a conformingly shaped burgundy velvet cushion. Height - 49.75 inches. Condition Report

$100 - $150No sale

28 PIECE COLLECTION OF COIN SILVER FLATWARE, includes set of 3 large tablespoons, by A.F. Chandler; pair sauce ladles, by Baldwin & Jones; 1 shell sugar by H.S. Bodge, Pair shell salt spoons, by A.F. Chandler, et al. Total weight: 494.2 grams (15.89 troy ounces). $200 - $300$350

SLANT-FRONT DOUBLE PEDESTAL MAHOGANY SECRETARY, Northwestern Cabinet Co., Burlington, Iowa, c. 1920's, the slant and forward falling writing leaf over twin cabinet pedestals and drawer. Dimensions: 44.5"H x 42"W x 16"D. $200 - $300$170

AN AMERICAN STAINED AND LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP, c. 1920's. The octagonal shaped shade having all original glass panels with garlands of metal flowers and curved metal dividers, 16"D; on original patinated metal base, with twin lights. Height 22 inches. Condition Report $200 - $300$400

TERRI MALEC OSBORNE BRONZE SCULPTURE (San Juan Islands, Washington) "Highlander", depicting a mountain goat in grey polychrome; incised Terri Malec Osborne, attached to black marble base. Dimensions: 8"L x 4"W x 12.5"H. $90 - $120$110

AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (American, 1861-1909), THREE silver-gilded Western bronze sculptures: "Rattlesnake," "Scalp" and "Cheyenne." Respective heights: 20.75, 21.75 and 18.25 inches.

$300 - $400$275

THEODORE HAVILAND CHINA, 47 PIECES in the Pasadena and Delaware patterns: 8 dinner plates, 8 salad plates, 6 bread plates, 8 cups & 7 saucers totaling 38 pieces in Pasadena pattern; 6 soup bowls, 4 underplates for 9 pieces in Delaware pattern. Condition Report $180 - $250$110

CHINESE BRONZE FOUR-FOOTED POT with flowering branches forming the side handles, song birds amid the blossoms, dark brown patination. Dimensions: 11"L x 9"W x 8"H. Condition Report $200 - $300$150

AN INLAID MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET, American, c. 1910, having three interior slide-out shelves behind a single inlaid door. Dimensions: 39.25"H x 19"W x 13.5"D. $100 - $150$160

GERMAN HUMMEL PORCELAIN FIGURINE: "Chapel Time", HUM #442, TM-6 (1979-1990). Dimensions: 7"L x 6.5"W x 11.5"H. Condition Report $200 - $300$200

RIP CASWELL (TROUTDALE, OREGON) ORIGINAL BRONZE WILDLIFE SCULPTURE, "A Sense of Curiosity", A sea otter, #25 of an edition limited to 35 castings, artist signed and dated 2001. Dimensions: 24 x 18 x 18 inches. Original Gallery Retail: $6,900. $700 - $900$4000

TWO AMERICAN PATCHWORK QUILTS, hand stitched; each variations of Log Cabin patterns; one, joining wool and cotton pieces in a block and diamond geometric design, early 20th century, 76"W x 78"L; the other; having brown, russet, yellow, green and red, backed with a calico print, c. 1960's, 87"W x 104"L. Condition Report $150 - $250$180

BEVERLY (BEV) DOOLITTLE COLOR LITHOGRAPH (California, b. 1947) titled "Prayer for the Wild Things", 24" by 31.50". Signed Bev Doolittle and numbered lower right. In original folio, unframed. $150 - $200$300

TWO JAPANESE COLOR WOODCUTS: the first by Kunisada (who is Toyokuni III, 1786-1864), depicts a woman at her dressing table preparing her hair style; plus a 19th century oban depicting a samurai, eyes skyward, looking at a flock of geese. Both signed in calligraphy, the latter with date stamps. In matching wood frames.

$180 - $250$130

LATE VICTORIAN OAK CABINET, American, last quarter of the 19th century, having glass panel door and sides enclosing interior wood shelves, the base fitted with single drawer. Dimensions: 75.5"H x 32.75"W x 16.25"D. Condition Report $200 - $300$400

WILLIAM HENRY CHANDLER PASTEL on paper. (New York, 1854-1928) Landscape with cottage, sunrise glow. 14" by 24", signed Chandler lower left. In original gilt wood and gesso frame. $150 - $250$170

THREE ART GLASS BARBER'S BOTTLES: yellow field with internal white floral motif, height 9"; cranberry red with ribbed-curved panels, height 8.50"; and cut and engraved blue to clear, height 7.50". All with metal shaker-spouts. Early 20th century. Condition Report $150 - $200$110

A VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIR, Louis XVI sub style, American, c. 1875, having a carved walnut frame with blue upholstery. $100 - $150$90

11 PIECE ASSEMBLED SET OF PORCELAIN BOWLS, by J & M.P.B. & Co. Ltd, Glasgow; having variety of colorful transfer patterns, including "Peacock & Lilies", "Makassar", "Ikan China", "Ayam-Jantan", "Buah Buah", et al. Diameter: 9.75 inches. Condition Report $150 - $200$350

AMERICAN OAK LAMP TABLE AND SIDE CHAIR: square oak lamp table with ring-turned legs; T-back oak side chair with Lifetime Furniture (Grand Rapids Bookcase and Chair Co.) paper label, c. 1911-1920. Condition Report

$100 - $150$225

AN OAK CASED WALL CLOCK, The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company, Berlin, Ontario, Canada, c. 1880's, having a springwound time only movement in rectangular oak wall case, the 2-pane glass door with gold lettering - CANADIAN TIME. Lot includes pendulum and key. Case length - 33.5 inches. $100 - $150$425

THREE SCENT BOTTLES & A SNUFF BOTTLE, 4 pieces; scent bottles include (1) hand enameled cranberry glass bottle, 4"L; (1) natural shell bottle, 2"H; (1) lavender glass bottle, 2.75"L; together with a Czech glass snuff bottle, malachite style, 2"H. $150 - $200$190

COLLECTION OF FOUR NAVAJO/ZUNI BELT BUCKLES: the first with raised bear claws inset with red jasper and turquoise, 3.50" by 2.80" "hand crafted by Floyd Tidd '79"; & an oval buckle with raised bear claw on silvered field, engraved & set with turquoise stones, 3.50" long, marked "T.O."; plus 2 small turquoise set buckles (one stone missing). $200 - $300$130

MICHAEL GENTRY, TWO COLOR LITHOGRAPHS (American, 20th century) titled "Eagle Dancer", 24" by 30.50" (unframed), and "The Gift", 18" by 27.50". Both signed Michael Gentry lower left and numbered, the latter in custom wood frame.

$150 - $200$110

HARRY LEONARD LOPP OIL ON PANEL (Seaside, OR/Montana/Canada, 1888-1974) Mt. Hood with a body of water in the foreground. Image measures 16" by 32", signed Lopp lower right. In original 1920's Art Deco piecrust gilt wood and gesso frame. $200 - $300$250

PAIR CZECH GREEN GLASS LUSTRES having cut overlay white hand painted with roses and hanging cut crystal drops (lacking one drop). Heights 10.75", diameter 6". Condition Report $200 - $300$170

BRUNSWICK DISC PHONOGRAPH, The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., American, c. 1920, the oak cased floor model having a lift top, internal wood horn and double-door storage cabinet below. Dimensions: 45.5"H x 19"W x 21"D.

$150 - $200$225

GERMAN HUMMEL PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP, "Spring Dance", HUM #353/I, TM-3 (1957-1963). Dimension: 5"L x 4.25"W x 6.75"H. Condition Report $100 - $200$120

STEUBEN PLUM JADE ART GLASS PERFUME AND HORN-SHAPED ART GLASS SCENT BOTTLE in the manner of peach blow. The former fitted with gilt metal atomizer, having pedestal base and marked in gold underfoot, DeVilbis, height 6.50", c. 1920; the latter tapered and shading from golden caramel to soft pink, with gilt metal cover & original glass spoon, length 7", c. 1880's. Condition Report $250 - $350$130

AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (American, 1861-1909), "Old Dragoons" on rectangular black marble base. Dimensions: 14.75"H x 12"W x 32"L. $200 - $300$160

A CRESCENT CAST IRON TOY STOVE with attached side mounts, pots, coal bin, etc. Width 13.50", height 11.50". $100 - $150$225

AN OAK DRAW-LEAF DINING TABLE, English, early 20th century, having a square panel top with a slide-out leaf at both ends, the top raised over a trestle base. Dimensions: 30"H x 35.5"W x 36"L + two 11.75" leaves = 59.5" extended length. $100 - $150$275

A SET OF SIX OAK DINING CHAIRS, American, c. 1900, the back with double horizontal splats over matching floral tapestry seats. $140 - $180$225

TWO AMERICAN VICTORIAN PIECES: a cranberry glass covered pickle jar hand enameled in fitted silver plated holder with matching tongs, height 10" (with handle); plus a small glass bride's basket, white shading to rose-red at ruffled border, diameter 8" in original plated metal holder on pedestal base, height 9". Condition Report $150 - $250$160

ROBERT BATEMAN COLOR LITHOGRAPH (Canadian, b. 1930) titled "End of Season-Grizzly". 36" by 28.50" Signed Robert Bateman lower right, numbered lower left. In original folio. Unframed. $200 - $300$130

THREE COLLECTIBLES: an ivory carved vertical tusk having raised leafage and berries, height 6.75" on attached hand made metal stand; plus two Chinese porcelain pedestal bowls, hand enameled with floral motif, diameters 4", Ch'ing Dynasty, Kuang-Hsu period (1875-1908). Condition Report $150 - $200$50

BALLY FIREBALL PINBALL MACHINE, Professional Home Model #614-3000, serial #1004, c. 1978, 1 to 4 players, 5 ball play. Dimensions: 61.25"H x 48"L x 22"W. Condition Report

$200 - $300$300

A VICTORIAN STYLE SILVER-PLATED TEA POT on attached tilt base with key wind fasteners having removable alcohol burner inset at base with wooden shaped handle. Height 13", width 9". c. 1920's. Condition Report $120 - $160$120

SILVER PLATED FIGURAL DESK SET. Centered with a sailor manning a ship's wheel, flanked by pair covered & fitted glass ink wells, footed and with half-shell shaped pen rest, the set is 12.50" long, 7" deep & tall. Victorian, of the period. Condition Report $150 - $250$190

VICTORIAN COFFEE TABLE, American, last quarter of the 19th century, having an oval white marble top resting on a walnut table base with four cyma-curved legs. Dimensions: 19.75"H x 21.25"W x 27"L. $100 - $150$200

AMERICAN SCHOOL OIL ON CANVAS, late 19th century landscape with cascading stream, mountains in back ground. 21" by 36". Verso notation, attributed to R. Greene. Unsigned. In period gilt wood and gesso frame. $150 - $250$100

FIVE NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY PIECES: signed R. Platero Navajo bracelet with three inset turquoise stones; squash blossom necklace 20" long with pair matching earrings; 2" by 2.50" silver cross set with red coral on one side, blue-green turquoise stones on the other, on silver chain; plus pair turquoise and silver earrings.

$250 - $350$400

EIGHT AMERICAN DAGUERREOTYPES AND AMBROTYPES depicting photographs of men, women, a couple (which appears to be a tin type), and a young boy. All in gilt bordered original frames (some with missing covers). c. 1850's. $150 - $250$275

TWO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS: a Casas Grande olla in traditional design, 12" diameter, 8.75" tall; and a signed Jesus Tina southwest pot in a fish motif, height 6.25" tall, 8" wide. Condition Report $200 - $300$150

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL, TWO OILS ON CANVAS BOARD Action paintings depicting a bull fight. Each 20" by 25", unsigned, having California framers stamps verso. In matching wood frames.

$150 - $250$70

AN ALABASTER SCULPTURE of a young Victorian woman with long hair and head band. Width 10", height 9". c. 1920's. Condition Report $100 - $150$140

KAREN NATEWA, Dakota Sioux, Native American, three beadwork pieces: all with orange ground and floral motif consisting of 36" belt with raw hide ties, attached knife sheath and leather bag (signed verso Karen Natewa); plus smaller 14" long band with attached panel 12" panel and matching detached panel. Known for her glittering bead work. 20th century. $150 - $250$130

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