New Year Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction (307 Lots)
307 lots with images
January 17, 2011Live Auction
Portland, OR, USA
January 17, 2011Live Auction
Portland, OR, USA
Description: A HEAVY SILVER AND TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE with matching earrings, hand made by a southwest Indian craftsman. Ten large natural blue-grey turquoise stones support the 4" diameter star pendant attached. Length 28". c. 1940's. From the estate/collection of Paul and Maybelle Bauer (as are all the southwest Indian jewelry in this sale).View additional info
Description: PAIR TIFFANY & CO. MAKERS STERLING CANDLESTICKS, pattern #20423, c. 1907-1947. Height 9". Total weight: 15.34 troy ozs.
Condition Report: 002: The candlesticks are in good condition with light wear throughout and a few scratches.View additional info
Description: NATIVE ALASKAN SCRIMSHAWED IVORY CRIBBAGE BOARD, a half walrus tusk, signed by artist, decorated with scenes of a dog sled, a man fishing in an ice hole, and a figure in a boat throwing a harpoon at a walrus. Length: 14.75".View additional info
Description: COWLITZ/SKAGIT INDIAN BASKET, cedar root in a traditional design. 6.25" tall, 7.50" long, 6.50" wide. c. 1920's.View additional info
Description: THREE COLLECTIBLE MOHAWK/IROQUOIS INDIAN BASKETS: woven splint ash covered storage (laundry) basket, height 19"; covered splint ash & cherry ovoid picnic/luncheon basket 14.50" wide, 19" long with double handles; and an open burden basket also of splint ash with double handles, 16" long, 10.50" wide, 9.50" tall. N.B. From upstate New York and Maine.View additional info
Description: TURQUOISE AND BEAR FETISH/CEREMONIAL NECKLACE SET: the necklace having six hand carved black jade bear separated by smaller carved bear and turquoise nuggets and by three brass spent cartridge cases. The seventh bear is suspended as a pendant. Length 27". Together with pair matching earrings.View additional info
Description: MAKAH INDIAN COVERED BASKET with duck design on top, Indian canoes and duck on sides. Diameter 4.50", height 3.50".View additional info
Description: A LARGE AMERICAN SOLID COPPER CANDY CAULDRON with heavy blacksmith made iron ring handles. Rolled top rim, height 12.50", the diameter is 19.50" (never used on open fire), with side seam. c. 1900.View additional info
Description: U.S. TWENTY DOLLAR DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN, Liberty Head type, 1904-P.View additional info
Description: BROWNING CITORI GRADE V DOUBLE BARREL O/U SHOTGUN, 12 gauge, 26" vent rib barrels choked modified over improved cylinder, 43" overall, blued finish on barrels, heavily engraved satin grey receiver with bird hunting scenes, gold plated single selective trigger, bead sights, serial #07298RN153, manufactured 1973-1984. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: FOUR PIECES AMERICAN HAMMERED COPPER: Roycroft vase, c. 1909-1920, early mark, 6"H; The Avon Copper Smith charger, 12"D; Artistic Mfg. Co. flower pot, 3.25"H x 4.5"D; together with letter opener, 7.5"L.View additional info
Description: SQUARE ORIENTAL AREA RUG, Indo-Persian, central flower-filled octagonal medallion design, hand knotted wool, 5'11" x 6'1".View additional info
Description: E.J. SCHULTELES WATERCOLOR ON PAPER (American, 20th Century) A rural New York landscape with a stream running through a meadow. Image measures 8.50" x 13", signed "E.J. Schulteles, New York" lower right. Set in a gilt wood frame.View additional info
Description: PAIR PLAINS INDIAN BEADED MAN'S MOCCASINS. White field sides, blue on top, with geometric colorful motif. Lengths 10.25". N.B. From the collection of Mr. Jack Park, an appraiser, collector and retired gun show promoter from eastern Washington. Almost all Indian basket and bead work in this sale from his collection.
Condition Report: 014: The moccasins are in good condition with light wear throughout.View additional info
Description: U.S. NAVY SHIP'S CLOCK, Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, serial #9881E, with spring wound time only movement in round, black Bakelite case. Diameter 7.5 inches.View additional info
Description: PINE WALL CABINET, Continental, c. 1900, the 2-door cabinet with open shelf below, the doors, crest and back panels decorated with applied scrolling cutwork, the doors opening to a single interior shelf. Dimensions: 35"L x 25.5"W x 7"D.View additional info
Description: TWENTY-FOUR NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN HUNTING POINTS in carved obsidian. Various shapes and sizes. Collected by an Oregon geologist in the 1920's and 30's. Cased.View additional info
Description: A WALNUT AND BURL WALNUT LAMP TABLE, American, c. 1920's, the octagonal top raised on eight spiral-turned legs secured with carved stretchers. Dimensions: 29.25"H x 28"D.View additional info
Description: FIE MODEL TZ-75 SERIES '88 DOUBLE ACTION SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL, 40 S&W caliber, 4 1/2" barrel, matt blue finish, high polish hardwood grips, fixed sights, double stack magazine, external hammer, slide "hold", slide safety, original plastic box, serial #H37411. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Persian Heriz design, 8'1" x 10'2".
Condition Report: 20: The carpet is in good condition with light wear throughout.View additional info
Description: SHREVE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO STERLING BOWL, with pierced band and scalloped rim. Dimensions: 10.5"D x 3"H. Weight: 10.8 troy ozs.
Condition Report: 021: The bowl is in good condition with light wear throughout from occasional use.View additional info
Description: BEV DOOLITTLE LIMITED EDITION PRINT (American, 20th Century) "Season of the Eagle," 27.50" x 18" Signed in pencil "Bev Doolittle" lower right and numbered lower right. Double matted and set in a custom wood frame.View additional info
Description: W.L. HERBERT OIL ON CANVAS BOARD (American, 20th Century) a desert landscape, 9" x 12", signed "W.L. Herbert" lower left. A paper note attached verso signed by the artist and dated (19)46.
Condition Report: 23: The painting is in good condition and could use a cleaning. It has a few small spots that are lighter than other areas.View additional info and full condition report
Description: NOOTKA/MAKAH COVERED INDIAN BASKET. Tightly woven having Indians in canoe decorated on sides, green and red highlight on top and base. 3.75" diameter, 2.30" tall. c. 1900.View additional info
Description: BURNSIDE RIFLE CO FOURTH MODEL CARBINE, 54 caliber, 21" tapered round barrel, 39" overall, blued finish, straight grip walnut stock and forend, percussion breech loading action, flip uproar sight, receiver marked "Burnside Patent./ March 25, 1856", serial #26832. No FFL or background check required.
Condition Report: 25: Missing screw in receiver, notch out of wood on forend and buttstock receiver reblued. Can see file marks or scuffs under blue.View additional info and full condition report
Description: A COLLECTION OF TWENTY-TWO U.S. AMERICAN EAGLE SILVER COINS, each containing one troy ounce of .999 fine silver, obverse side of Walking Liberty, reverse American eagle, mint dates: 1986 (2), 1987 (2), 1988 (3), 1995, 1999 (2), 2002 (2), 2003 (2), 2004 (3), 2005 (3) and 2009 (2).View additional info
Description: FOSSILIZED WALRUS IVORY CARVED CRIBBAGE BOARD with peg legs. Length 7.50", width 2", having The Olde Curiosity Shop, Seattle paper label underfoot.
Condition Report: 027: The board is in good condition with light wear throughout.View additional info
Description: AN OAK CYLINDER-ROLL WRITING DESK, American, late 19th century, the quarter cylinder cover sliding up and back to reveal a slide-out writing surface and fitted interior, the base portion and open front bookcase. Dimensions: 46.25"H x 30.5"W x 17.75"D.View additional info
Description: THREE PIECE GORHAM STERLING DRESSER SET, #26, includes the hand mirror, 10"L; hair brush, 9"L; and comb with faux tortoise teeth, 7.5"L.View additional info
Description: PLATEAU INDIAN BEADED BAG. Centered with red, white and yellow, the geometric design having red accented border. 14.50" by 14.50". c. 1930-40.View additional info
Description: HENRY JACOBS CO. MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICERS SWORD, 29" straight blade with union markings, wire wrapped white sharkskin grip, dolphin head quillon, eagle on pommel, USN on blade and hand guard, leather scabbard with two cast brass hangers and toe guard.
Condition Report: 31: Sword: pitted blade, bent leather scabbard, handguard loose and the very tip is bent.View additional info
Description: WHITING MFG. CO. STERLING SILVER VASE, round pedestal base, with wide, repousse flower decoration on the scalloped rim. Height: 10". Weight: 7.2 troy ozs.
Condition Report: 032: The vase is in good condition with light wear throughout, a few small dings and it is monogrammed "JLG" or "FLG."View additional info
Description: MAN'S GOLD SEIKO QUARTZ WRISTWATCH, 14K yellow gold case and bracelet, having a round gold dial with four applied gold baton markers and diamond border.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL HALL CARPET, Indo-Saph, Turkish Kayseri style, featuring a 8 pairs of small prayer mihrabs, 2'7" x 11'6".View additional info
Description: LIFE-SIZE BRONZE WILDLIFE SCULPTURE, an American bald eagle taking flight, brown/black patina with silver-gilt head and tail, the verde bronze tree trunk pedestal base centered on round disk of black marble. Dimensions: 44.5"H x 33"W.View additional info
Description: REMINGTON-WHITMORE MODEL 1874 HAMMER LIFTER COMBINATION GUN, 10 gauge/.40 caliber, 23 1/2" barrels, checkered walnut stock and forend, splinter type forend, side lock action, double hammers and triggers, lever lifts for "break" open, serial #3306 (receiver) (1280 barrels). No FFL or background check required.View additional info
Description: KATSUYUKI NISHIJIMA COLOR WOODCUT (Yamaguchi, Japan, born 1945) A moonlit scene of Imasu on the Kiso Road. 18.25" by 12.50", signed K. Nishijima lower right in pencil, no. 41/500 lower left. Conservator mounted in black bamboo like wood frame.View additional info
Description: OLEG ULITSKIY OIL ON CANVAS (Ukrainian/Washington, 20th century) Winter Vineyard, 18" x 24", signed "O. Ulitskiy" lower right and dated (20)09. Set in a Plein Air style gilt wood frame.View additional info
Description: AN AMERICAN ENGINEERING SEXTANT made by Young and Sons, Philadelphia. The brass instrument with hardwood handle complete with three additional telescope eye pieces, red and green adjustable filters. In shaped and fitted mahogany case with brass carrying handle. Over all the fan-shaped case 10.50" by 15". While the transit was the most important surveying tool in the U.S. in the 19th century, William J. Young, who invented the form in 1831, saw it as an "improved compass with a telescope attached, by which angles can be taken with or without the use of a needle, with perfect accuracy".View additional info
Description: TWO-DOOR CABINET BOOKCASE, American, c. 1900, having four adjustable wood shelves behind a full length pair of glass panel doors. Dimensions: 61.25"H x 42.25"W x 14.5"D.View additional info
Description: SAPPHIRE, EMERALD, RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, 14k yellow and white gold set with a round-cut sapphire and emerald; along with an oval-cut ruby and 26 round-cut diamonds (one missing). Ring size: 6-1/4.View additional info
Description: RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD BANGLE, 14k yellow gold set with twelve round-cut rubies, ten round-cut rubies and twelve round-cut emeralds. Bangle weight: 56.1 grams.View additional info
Description: CITRINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT, 14k yellow gold centering an oval shaped yellow citrine with round-cut diamonds surrounding.View additional info
Description: WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (THIRD MODEL), 32 WCF (32-20) caliber, 28" octagonal barrel, 47 1/2" overall, straight grip walnut stock and forend, open sights, crescent butt plate, dust cover, full length tube magazine, serial #361344B, manufactured 1890. No FFL or background check required.View additional info
Description: NATIVE ALASKAN IVORY CRIBBAGE BOARD, walrus tusk, having peg holes. Length: 18".
Condition Report: 045: The tusk shows light wear throughout with a few hairline crack, a small repaired chip to the underside and the stand is missing.View additional info and full condition report
Description: AN UNUSUAL HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, one-piece Persian rug fragment design without border, 7'10" x 10'0".View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CORRIDOR CARPET, Indo-Persian, overall floral design on cream ground, 2'5" x 11'10".View additional info
Description: JAPANESE WATERCOLOR ON RICE PAPER, A TWO PANEL FLOOR SCREEN. Landscape with pagoda like remnant having a raccoon at base, tree in background. Each panel 33" by 60", the right panel signed in calligraphy, Jakuzan-"Young Mountain", by the artist with red hash mark. In narrow wood frame. Over all 6' wide, 5'7" tall. Taisho period.View additional info
Description: FIVE COLLECTIBLE BOOKS about guns, hunting and fishing: "The Rifle in America" by Philip Sharpe, privately printed for the members of the Firearms Classic Library, 641 pp, 1995, illus. in gilt stamped black leather cover, gilt edged; "Gunsmithing", by Roy F. Dunlap, same printing as above, 1996, 714 pp, gilt edged, gilt stamped brick red cover; "Firearms Curiosa" by Lewis Winant, 1996, same printing as previous, blue gilt stamped leather; "Muriel Foster's Fishing Diary", the Viking Press, 1980, color illus. printed in Italy, mint in box; and "The Complete Book of Hunting" edited by David Petzal, color illus., yellow cloth cover, colorful dust jacket.View additional info
Description: BLACK MARQUINA MARBLE AND ORMOLU PEDESTAL, with round black marble top on ornate ormolu capital, spirally reeded black marble column, and round ormolu and round marble disk foot. Dimensions: 38.75"H x 17"D.View additional info