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Description: ROUND WALNUT DINING TABLE WITH NINE LEAVES, American, 20th century. Dimensions: 30.5"H x 54.25"W x 54"L + nine 10" leaves = 144" extended length.View additional info »
Description: 25 PIECE GORHAM STERLING FLATWARE SET, in the "Chantilly" pattern of 1950; comprised of 6 knives, 9"L; 6 dinner forks, 7.5"L; 6 salad forks, 6 teaspoons, and 1 sauce ladle. Total weighable silver: 28.7 troy ozs.View additional info »
Description: 63 PIECE MIKASA CHINA SET, in the "Harrow" pattern, #129; comprised of 12 dinner plates, 12 salad plates, 12 bread plates, 11 teacups, 11 saucers, 1 shallow soup bowl, 1 round vegetable bowl, 1 oval vegetable bowl, 1 cream pitcher and 1 sugar bowl.
Condition Report: 150: The china set is in very good condition with light wear throughout, a few scratches and no visible chips or repairs.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: SHIP'S TAFFRAIL LOG ON WALL PLAQUE, Type TL, The Lionel Corp., New York, the set consisting of a brass rotator, log line, and speed indicator dial painted gray.View additional info »
Description: GORHAM STERLING SILVER ROUND TRAY, pattern #746. Diameter: 10.5". Weight: 12.8 troy ozs.View additional info »
Description: CHINESE FOUR-PANEL FLOOR SCREEN, 20th century, decorated with carved soapstone and faux ivory applications in the form of figures and architecture against a black lacquer ground. Individual panel dimensions: 72"H x 16"W.View additional info »
Description: SANTA CLARA PUEBLO BLACK ON BLACK CARVED POTTERY BOWL signed Teresita (naranjo) and her mother, Christina (Naranjo) (1891-1980). Signed by both underfoot. N.B. Teresita's grandmother, Sara Fina Tafoya was also a highly respected potter. The deeply carved design depicts a stylized arrow and curves. Diameter 7.75", height 4.50". c.1920's.
Condition Report: 154: The bowl is in good overall condition with moderate wear, a few scratches and shelf wear.View additional info »
Description: AMERICAN TABLE LAMP, reverse hand painted domed shade, with winter landscape painting on interior and exterior, 12"D; raised on bronzed base fitted with twin lights, c. 1920's. Height: 20 inches.View additional info »
Description: MING STYLE YUMU (NORTHERN ELM) WOOD ALTAR TABLE, Chinese, 20th century, having a rectangular top over three aligned drawers and four straight, square legs, the whole with red finish accented in gold. Dimensions: 37.75"H x 41.5"W x 13.25"D.
Condition Report: 156: The table shows moderate wear with a distressed look. It has dings, chips, scratches and paint loss.View additional info »
Description: CLYDE LEON KELLER OIL ON BOARD (Oregon 1872-1962) "Mt. Hood and Roslyn Lake." Image measures 24" x 18", signed "Clyde Leon Keller" lower left and dated 1943, also signed and titled verso. In original gilt wood frame.View additional info »
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Indo-Kazak tribal, three geometric medallion design on red ground, 5'7" x 8'3".View additional info »
Description: R.A. WALLACE ZUNI INDIAN SILVER BELT, comprised of fourteen butterflies, each signed R.A. Wallace. Only the center butterfly is larger ea(2" by 2.60") each hand made & inlaid with turquoise, abalone, and coral on sterling silver frames. Length 3.25".View additional info »
Description: EMPIRE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE-BACK SOFA, American, mid-19th century, with later floral brocade upholstery. Length - 83.5 inches.View additional info »
Description: A NORTHWEST COASTAL INDIAN COVERED BASKET. The round basket 6" diameter having an interior attached smaller covered basket 2.75" diameter with repeating floral pattern on lid. Sides in arches and X's. Height 3.25", c. 1930.
Condition Report: 161: The basket is in good condition with light wear throughout, some soiling, discolorations and a few broken strands.View additional info »
Description: SCHOOL OF ELIZA R. BARCHUS, OIL ON CANVAS "Mount Hood at Sunset." Image measures 28" x 40", unsigned. In a gilt wood frame.
Condition Report: 162: The painting shows several areas of inpainting and stretcher wear.View additional info »
Description: JAPANESE EXPORT SEATING FURNITURE GROUP, Chinese design, the set comprising settee and two armchairs, all with 3-dimensional dragon-carved backs and arms. Settee dimensions: 41.5"H x 52"W.
Condition Report: 163: The pieces are wobbly and show moderate wear throughout with a few chips, dings, scratches, cracks and repairs. There is some discoloration to the wood and two seats appear to have been refinished.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: THREE JAPANESE EXPORT PEDESTAL TABLES, Chinese design, c. 1900, including a pair of octagonal top tables each with four dragon monopod legs; single square-top table. Respective heights: 30 and 19.5 inches.View additional info »
Description: MEISSEN PORCELAIN TROPHY VASE on circular wood stand having platform base, a perpetual trophy awarded to Dr. J.M. Burkhart, Olympia, WA who won best rose in the Portland Rose Show in 1957, 1958 & 1959. It was purchased by Harry Zell of Zell Bros. Jewelry in Paris in 1955 as an antique trophy. See the "Rose Chatter" pamphlet accompanying the Lot. The double handled gold accented having white field with hand painted colorful roses on pedestal base. Height 23.5". Blue crossed swords mark underfoot. c. late 19th-early 20th century. The custom plinth with brass tag reading "Zell Bros. Perpetual Sweepstakes Trophy, Portland Rose Society."
Condition Report: 165: The urn is in very good condition with a small amount of gilding loss and no visible chips or repairs. The plinth shows cracking and the paint is chipping.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: A PAIR OF HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL AREA RUGS, Pakistani-Persians, random panel design without borders or fringe, both 3'11" x 6'0". See matching lots: 20, 47 and 178.View additional info »
Description: LOWER KLAMATH RIVER/NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET with handle. Hand made from tule and local materials with an open-work design. Height 10.25", diameter 9.50". c. 1930's.
Condition Report: 167: The basket is in good condition with light wear throughout and some soiling.View additional info »
Description: JAPANESE EXPORT CENTER TABLE, Chinese design, c. 1900, having a round top over dragon-carved apron and raised on four dragon monopod legs. Dimensions: 29"H x 31.5"W.View additional info »
Description: NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN GEM BIRD POINTS & ARROW HEADS, approximately 100 pieces in two wood frames found in Clark County, Washington from Vancouver Lake, Green's Lake & near Shillapoo Lake from 1963-1968. Also beads from the Fort Vancouver site. Knapped from jasper, other agate, quartz etc. In various sizes and styles. (See typed notes verso).View additional info »
Description: TROPHY BULL ELK TAXIDERMY MOUNT, Rocky Mountain variety, with 6x6 horn rack.View additional info »
Description: TWO CASES OF BIRD POINTS, some are gem, approximately 72 pieces. Hand knapped from agate, milky quartz, other materials in various small sizes and shapes. Mostly from the Columbia River basin, collected in the 1960's by an Oregon collector.View additional info »
Description: PACIFIC NORTHWEST COASTAL INDIAN TOTEM POLE, Ray Rex Losey (Native American, 20th century), of solid hand carved and painted western red cedar, featuring the winged figure of a black raven over rainbow, sun mask and human figures hiding behind a giant clam shell. Height 10'5-1/2".View additional info »
Description: RUBY AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING, with two princess-cut white sapphires on each side of an oval-cut ruby weighing approximately 0.30 ct. Ring size: 7.View additional info »
Description: FOURTEEN KARAT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, 18-1/4 inches in length and weighing 21.8 grams. This lot complements lot 175.View additional info »
Description: FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD CHAIN BRACELET, 7 inches in length and weighing 8.6 grams. This lot complements lot 174.View additional info »
Description: CHINESE WOOD SCULPTURE, an upright carved and painted wood and molded lacquer floor sculpture on stand, double sided, with symbolic script character in gold over relief-carved figural group. Height including floor stand: 51 inches.View additional info »
Description: LIGHT GREEN JADE BANGLE. The round bangle is 2-3/4" in diameter (2" inside diameter).View additional info »
Description: A SET OF THREE HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL AREA RUGS, Pakistani-Persians, random panel design without borders or fringe, sizes: 2'8" x 4'6", 2'7" x 4'6" and 2'7" x 4'7". See matching lots: 20, 47 and 166.View additional info »
Description: FOUR AMERICAN ART POTTERY PIECES: 1 Roseville jardiniere, #634-8", in the "Primrose" pattern, 8.5"H; 1 Weller vase, in the "White Rose" pattern, 11"H; and 2 McCoy vases, one "Hyacinth," 8"H; the other "Hydrangeas," 8.25"H.
Condition Report: 179: The pieces are in good condition with light wear throughout. The large pot shows some crazing and has three small chips. The yellow vase has a repair and a crack.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: CHINESE PAINTING ROUND SILK depicting a gray & white kitten stalking a praying mantis. Diameter 11.75", signed in red calligraphy within a cartouche. In carved hardwood stand/frame.
Condition Report: 180: The piece is in good condition with light wear throughout but the glass has a scratch.View additional info »
Description: JAMES EMMET NASTASIA OIL ON CANVAS (California/Oregon, born 1922) Overcast coastal scene with sand, sea grass and telephone poles. Image measures 28" x 48", signed "Nastasia" lower right and dated (19)56. In a wood frame.View additional info »
Description: JAPANESE BRONZE CLOISONNE ENAMEL VASE, double handled with dragon mask design, the body having flower and foliage motif on turquoise ground. Height: 14.75 inches.
Condition Report: 182: The vase is in good overall condition with light wear throughout but it has a few small chips to the enamel and a repair to the side.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: WESTERN FIELD MODEL SB-100B SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN, 410 gauge (3"), 26" full choke barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock and forend, break open hammerless action, ejector, black hard rubber butt plate, bead sight, manufactured by Savage Arms Co. for Montgomery Wards, No serial number. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info »
Description: BRASS AND TEAK SHIP'S BINNACLE, Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Co., Boston, est. 1918, having a gimbal mounted floating magnetic compass under a brass dome flanked by two painted cast iron magnetic compensators, together at the top of a cylindrical teakwood floor pedestal. Height 4'1".View additional info »
Description: FIE MODEL SB SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN, 410 gauge (3"), 26" full choke barrel, walnut stock and forend, blued finish, under lever break open action, external hammer, bead sight, plastic butt plate, manufactured in Brazil by CBC, serial #1419930. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info »
Description: RECORD SIZE POLAR BEAR SKIN RUG, legally taken by Harry Samuels, Kotzebue, Alaska, March, 1968, with double felt backing and metal wall hanger rings. Overall dimensions: 10'0"L x 10'10"W. See copy of Alaska Department of Fish and Game Bear Sealing Certificate no. 16615. Provenance: Harry Samuels, Lake Oswego, OR, 1968-1985; Robert H. Mitchell, Beaverton, OR, 1985-present.
Condition Report: 185A: The bear has a few tears and a small amount of hair loss.View additional info »
Description: CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE. Hand painted under glaze with opposing cartouches of mountain scene and song bird with flowers, side handles. Height 17 inches.
Condition Report: 186: The vase is in good overall condition but has a chip to one handle and hairline cracks to the underside.View additional info »
Description: PERSONAL EFFECTS AND SERVICE RELATED ITEMS FOR LT. VICTOR E GIBSON, combat infantry badge (sterling),(6) major pins, set of Lt. bars, (4) "US" collar pins, (2) Army armored insignias (tank with cross sword type), three infantry collar pins, (4) engineers corps castles (two sizes), (4) tank corps pins plus pictures and misc. items.View additional info »
Description: TWO U.S. NAVY SHIPS BELLS, WW-II vintage, both cast brass with U.S.N. lettering and brass support arms. Bell diameters - 9.75 inches each.View additional info »
Description: SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING. The white gold ring features an oval dark blue sapphire weighing approximately 11.99 cts. with round-cut diamonds surrounding. Estimated weight for all diamonds: 1.73 cttw. Ring size: 7-1/4. Complements lot 189.View additional info »
Description: PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, each 14k white gold with an oval-cut dark blue sapphire surrounded by round-cut diamonds. Total estimated weight for both sapphires: 7.52 cttw., estimated weight for all diamonds: 1.66 cttw. Complements lot 188.View additional info »
Description: SET OF EIGHT QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT DINING CHAIRS, American, late 19th century, the set comprising six side chairs and two armchairs, all with blue inset cushion seats.View additional info »
Description: FIVE PIECED CASED ENGLISH STERLING DRESSER SET. The set, hallmarked British sterling, city of Birmingham, year 1854; with purple enamel design; comprised of 1 hand mirror, 11.5"L; pair hair brushes, 10"L; and pair clothes brushes, 6"L. Fitted in original satin lined storage case.View additional info »
Description: WINCHESTER MODEL 97 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN, 12 gauge, 30" full choke barrel, blued finish, walnut stock and forend, hard rubber butt plate, "take down" action, external hammer, tube magazine, serial #E976538, manufactured 1952. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info »
Description: RARE SET, "THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN RUSKIN" in twenty-six volumes, New York, Bryan, Taylor & Co., 1894. Limited to 750 copies, this set no.530. Half-leather bindings, marbleized end papers, gilt edged tops. Rare with all twenty-six volumes. In remarkable condition.View additional info »
Description: CARLOS CANAS OIL ON CANVAS (Argentina, born 1924)titled "Nino Asombrado Ante Un Pajaro" (Boy Amazed by a Bird). Image measures 31" x 38.75", signed "Cana" upper left and signed and titled verso, dated 1960. In a wood frame. Proceeds to benefit the acquisition fund for the Portland Art Museum.View additional info »
Description: EARLY EMBROIDERED SAMPLER, dated April 1767 with the 15 year old girl's name "Mary Gardner." The design includes plants, flowers, goats, sheep, numbers, letters and a poem. 15.5" x 11" In a gilt wood frame.
Condition Report: 194: The sampler is in good overall condition with some yellowing from age and a few small tears to the threads.View additional info »