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Auction Description for Simpson Galleries:
Auction Description:
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Online at www.simpsongalleries.com

587 lots

September 9, 2001

4001 Main Street

Houston, TX, 77002 USA

Phone: 001 713 524 6751

Fax: 00 1 713 524 6752

Email: info@simpsongalleries.com

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Lot 1: A GOOD GEORGE III STYLE CARVED mahogany coffee table, the shaped rectangular banded top over an acanthus carved and centered shell- device

Description: A GOOD GEORGE III STYLE CARVED mahogany coffee table, the shaped rectangular banded top over an acanthus carved and centered shell- device apron raised on leaf-headed cabriole legs with ball-and-claw terminations. Length: 48in, width: 28.5in.

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Lot 2: A SWEDISH CUT CRYSTAL vase, the body intaglio cut with a flowering and leafing stem. Signature on foot. Height: 6in.

Description: A SWEDISH CUT CRYSTAL vase, the body intaglio cut with a flowering and leafing stem. Signature on foot. Height: 6in.

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Lot 4: A PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS "eagle-head" bookends, each on domical base Height: 7.5in. (2 LOT)

Description: A PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS "eagle-head" bookends, each on domical base Height: 7.5in. (2 LOT)

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Lot 5: AN EARLY CHINESE EXPORT blue and white sweet meat dish decorated with a fisherman beside an estuary with shrubbery in foreground and mountains

Description: AN EARLY CHINESE EXPORT blue and white sweet meat dish decorated with a fisherman beside an estuary with shrubbery in foreground and mountains in background. K'ang Hsi 1662-1722. Length: 8in.

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