Description: DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD PENDANT/BROOCH, weighing 5.7 grams. The round pendant/brooch features eight round-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 0.53 ct.View additional info
Description: FOUR FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RINGS, together weighing 9.0 grams. Ring sizes: 5-1/2 and three rings are size 5.View additional info
Description: TROPHY TAXIDERMY GAME MOUNT, feral yak bull head/shoulder mount with horns, from a private hunting ranch in Ashwood, Oregon.View additional info
Description: TWO RIFLE SCOPES, Bushnell Sportview 3x-9x,32 "Multi-X" reticle; Redfield 2X with fine cross hair reticle, mounted on Redfield model 294 mount for Winchester model 94 rifles, both have gloss black finish and end covers.View additional info
Description: LATE VICTORIAN OAK BEDSTEAD WITH RAILS, American, c. 1890, having a tall, rectangular panel headboard with matching low footboard and original oak side rails. Headboard dimensions: 72.75"H x 56.5"W.View additional info
Description: KEISHO OKAYAMA, THREE MIXED MEDIAS ON PAPER (California, 20th/21st century) "Dream," "Hello" and "Face with Multiple Eyes." Images measure 15" x 11", 15" x 11" and 11" x 7" respectively. Paper labels from the S.K. Josefsberg Gallery, Portland, Oregon, attached verso, circa 1993 and 1994. In matching wood frames.View additional info
Description: GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURAL TABLE LAMP, hand enameled, depicting a young woman in early 19th century costume; single light, with textile shade. Height: 22.75 inches.
Condition Report: 258: The lamp has a few chips to the flowers and leaves and the figure is missing a figure. There is some gilding loss. The metal shows some discoloration and loss to the finish and the shade shows some yellowing.View additional info and full condition report
Description: LATE VICTORIAN OAK WARDROBE, American, c. 1900, having a full-length pair of oak panel doors with arch crest above and single drawer below. Dimensions: 76.25"H x 41.5"W x 16.25"D.View additional info
Description: TWO WALTHER BOOKS PLUS HANDGUN RELATED ITEMS, "Walther a German Legend" hardbound book by Manfred Kersten, "Walther Pistols" by Dieter H. Marschall (paperback), three holsters, approximately 350 rounds 22 lr ammo and approximately 225 rounds 380 acp ammo.View additional info
Description: JAPANESE KUTANI NODDER DOLL. Hand painted with detachable "nodding" head sporting a smiling face, over size ears, holding a hand fan; c. 1900, late Meiji Period. Height: 8 inches.
Condition Report: 261: The figurine has a few cracks and repairs.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Indo-Persian, overall tree of life design on gold ground, 11'0" x 16'5".
Condition Report: 262: The carpet shows heavy wear with a few patches, several repairs, some areas are worn to the warp and some discolorations. The edges show fraying and repairs.View additional info and full condition report
Description: NAPOLEON & JOSEPHINE PORCELAIN INKSTAND, the tray, with cartouche depicting the coronation of Empress Josephine by Napoleon; with hand enameled accents, one attached inkwell. Dimensions: 8.75"L x 4.5"W x 3.75"H.View additional info
Description: A MARINE WILDLIFE BRONZE FOUNTAIN SCULPTURE, featuring two spouting pacific marlins in vertical jumping pose. Height 53.5 inches.View additional info
Description: AN AFRICAN MENDE HELMET MASK from Sierra Leone. The wood carved mask having scarification, hair knob crest, height 13.50"; together with an African fertility wood panel, hand carved, 20" by 27.50".View additional info
Description: EUGENE DEMESTER OIL ON CANVAS (French, born 1914)Autumn river landscape with a figure in a rowboat. Image measures 30" x 42", signed "Demester" lower right. In a gilt wood frame. Compliments Lot 118, 691 and 781.View additional info
Description: THREE WATERCOLORS: Two Persian Islamic manuscript leaves with more recent floral paintings plus a painting titled "Four Fat Ladies Playing Cards," initialed SR. Unframed.View additional info
Description: AN OAK ROLL-TOP DESK, American, early 20th century, a single pedestal type with sliding C-roll tambour top. Dimensions: 43.25"H x 41.5"W x 34"D.View additional info
Description: TWO TURKISH OTTOMAN STYLE TERRA COTTA POTTERY PIECES: a circular footed pitcher, 20" tall by 10" wide, and a vase, height 10". Both hand crafted in an early motif with stylized birds and animals against tan field.View additional info
Description: CHINESE POTTERY FIGURINE AND PORCELAIN VASE, 2 pieces: pottery foo dog with front paws on sphere, 11.5"L x 12"H; together with blue and white porcelain vase, hand painted, 19th century, 10.25"H.View additional info
Description: TWO OAK CASED WALL TELEPHONES: 1) antique by Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Co. of Rochester, New York, serial #1008808L, model 101, early 20th century, 25.75"L; similar antique reproduction with interior rotary dial, 24.5"L.View additional info
Description: TWO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETS attributed to the Papago/Pima tribe in the Arizona territory. One covered with star design on cover, diameter 9.50", height 7.75"; together with 6" tall basket 10.75" diameter of more traditional design.
Condition Report: 272: The lidded basket is in good condition with light wear and no visible chips or repairs. The other basket shows moderate wear throughout.View additional info and full condition report
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL RUNNER, similar random panel design without borders, 2'7" x 10'2".View additional info
Description: FOUR HAND KNOTTED BELOUCHI TRIBAL AREA RUGS AND PRAYER MATS, sizes: 2'8" x 4'0", 2'8" x 4'3", 2'7" x 3'9" and 2'9" x 4'5".View additional info
Description: SUSAN VENABLE WIRE SCULPTURE (California, 20th century) Twisted copper and purple wires on a metal grid. 48" x 48" x 6".View additional info
Description: KELLI SCOTT KELLEY MIXED MEDIA (Louisiana, born 1961) titled "Water Catcher," oil and graphite on canvas hung on wood with large kitchen baster. Signed "Kelli Scott Kelley" and titled verso, dated 1991. Overall: 46" x 23".View additional info
Description: R. LUTZ OIL ON BOARD (20th century) "Alpine Landscape." Image measures 13" x 16", signed "R.Lutz" lower left. In a gilt wood frame.View additional info
Description: THREE JAPANESE COLLECTIBLE COLOR WOOD CUTS: The first a child in red with white bird 15" by 9.5" wide, signed Kawano; the second stylized trees with heron 20" by 12.5" wide, signed indistinctly lower right (19)61; and two children looking skyward, sight measures 14" by 9.25" wide. (all unframed)View additional info
Description: FOUR CHINESE CARVED FIGURES: soapstone figure of a deity holding peach and staff, height 15.75" on attached carved base; jade green hardstone figure of the same deity, height 8.75"; plus two wood carved figures, each approximately 9.50".
Condition Report: 279: The figures are in good overall condition with light wear throughout and a few small chips and repairs.View additional info
Description: AN OAK DINING TABLE AND CHAIR GROUP, American, c. 1910, the group comprising round, 42" diameter pedestal dining table, a set of six chairs and a rack of five 10" leaves.View additional info
Description: SEVERA TAFOYA SANTA CLARA BLACKWARE POTTERY VESSEL (Severa Tafoya 1890-1973). Vessel has tapering neck and is adorned with repeat feather pattern. Measures 4.75" high by 5" widest diameter. Piece is signed on bottom "Severa".View additional info
Description: A COLLECTION OF 14 MINIATURE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POTTERY ITEMS: one is a covered basket of bear grass and horse hair 1.50" tall; a Hopi hand painted pot signed Cheryl Naha Nampeyo, 2" diameter, 1.75" tall. five woven round plates in black & white, diameter of one, 1.50"; plus three smaller southwest baskets, plus 1.50" tall black & white pitcher; several by Cookie Tafoya, Santa Clara Pueblo and two attributed to her daughter, Mida Tafoya; plus two children holding infants astride tortoise, monogrammed CB underfoot.
Condition Report: 282: The pieces are in good condition with light wear throughout.View additional info
Description: TAXIDERMY GAME MOUNT, feral donkey head/shoulder wall mount, from a private hunting ranch near the town of Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia.View additional info
Description: LOT OF COLLECTABLE AMMUNITION AND POWDER TINS, three bricks Winchester .22 lr in Super match, Super speed and Super X, one brick .22 short Super X high velocity, three collectable boxes of 30-30, 37 full and partial boxes of 22 caliber ammunition ranging from early 1900's to current manufacture plus 22 powder "tins" mostly from 1950's to 1970's.View additional info
Description: TWO LEOPARD SKIN FLOOR RUGS, each with double felt backings, overall dimensions: 47 x 73 and 59x 90 inches. Special Notice: Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries and states prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to leopard. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country or state.
Condition Report: 285: One rug is in good overall condition with light wear throughout and some wear to the ears. The other rug shows moderate to heavy wear with some hair loss and a few tears.View additional info and full condition report
Description: AFRICAN ZEBRA SKIN FLOOR RUG, no backing, about 87 x 119 inches overall.
Condition Report: 286: The zebra shows heavy wear with a few holes, hair loss and creases.View additional info
Description: AN AMERICAN VICTORIAN SHELF CLOCK having French time and bell strike movement. The black slate case engraved, with porcelainized dial, brass rimmed. Height 8.50", width 10.50". With pendulum and key. c. 1890's.View additional info
Description: LATE 19TH CENTURY HAND COLORED INTAGLIO of a European landscape with cows crossing a bridge Image measures 18.25" by 24" wide Gilt composition frame.View additional info
Description: SIX COLLECTIBLE INDIAN ITEMS: a Haida leather purse having colorful face & hands tooled on cover, which opens to reveal bird head signed Bear Dick '76; plus three pots (of which two appear to be Maricopa), and a small oil lamp, all in hand thrown pottery. Size of largest pot, height 4.50", diameter 2.25" at base.View additional info
Description: AN OAK SLANT-FRONT WRITING DESK, American, c. 1895. Dimensions: 42"H x 28.75"W x 14.25"D.View additional info
Description: FOUR SOUTHWEST INDIAN CLAY POTS: two marked Acoma, one marked H.Gachup Jemez Pueblo, height 2.75"; one a small pitcher, also Acoma, height 3". All hand painted with traditional designs.View additional info
Description: PLASTER CAST PLAQUE, hand painted, depicting an American Indian chief in full regalia with bear teeth and eagle feather bonnet. Diameter 18.50", c. early 1900's.
Condition Report: 292: The plaque has a few chips and moderate wear throughout.View additional info
Description: AFRICAN GAME TROPHY HEAD/SHOULDER MOUNT, a warthog with tusks.View additional info
Description: CHINESE PORCELAIN COVERED TEA POT AND TWO TEA CUPS in fitted and lined covered basket with handles. Size of teapot, 6.50" tall, 7" wide.View additional info
Description: SIGNED ART POTTERY CHARGER, having cobalt band and multi-color stylized floral center on fuchsia ground, signed Matsui. Diameter: 18.5 inches.
Condition Report: 295: The platter is in very good condition with light wear and no visible chips or repairs.View additional info
Description: FOURTEEN FIRST EDITION BOOKS with dust jackets: seven by Wilbur Smith (novels about Africa), from "Birds of Prey" to "Blue Horizon", (marked either first edition and/or first U.S. edition); plus seven by John Grisham, from "The Partner" to "The Client", first editions so stated. Most 1980's and 1990's.View additional info
Description: TWO SOUTHWEST INDIAN POTS: the first signed Cochita, height 3.50"; plus a basket-shaped pot, 4" by 2.75". Both hand painted in traditional designs.
Condition Report: 297: The bowls are in good overall condition with light wear throughout.View additional info
Description: ZUNI PUEBLO TRADITIONAL CLAY OWL FIGURE having a repeating rust feathered design against white slip. 6" tall, 4" wide & deep. c.1950's.View additional info
Description: COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 48 COPPER AND METAL TRADE GOODS AND ARTIFACTS found in The Dalles, Oregon area in the 1950's and '60's by a Washington collector, such as sewing thimbles, buttons, beads et al. In lift top oak case.View additional info
Description: CASED COLLECTION OF 20 KNIFE BLADES hand knapped from quartz, flint, obsidian etc. in various sizes, found in the Columbia River basin originally by Lloyd McCleod, now from a Washington collector.View additional info