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Lot 1: Steuben art glass peacock centerpiece designed by Bernard X Wolff. Model #8532. 10 x 14 1/2 inches. Estimate: $1000-$1500

Lot 2: Gorham sterling silver circular platter with cartouche filled cavetto and gadrooned rim. Stamped Gorham hallmarks, Sterling, 215/4 13 1/2 in. Diameter: 13 1/2 inches. 29.92 ozt. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 3: Gorham sterling silver flatware service, Lyric pattern. 116 pieces. Including: (12 each) dinner knives, luncheon knives, butter knives, 12 teaspoons, 12 round soup spoons, 12 demi-tasse spoons, 16 dinner forks, 12 luncheons forks, 7 salad/cake forks, 9 assorted serving pieces. 110 ozt excluding weighted handled pieces. Estimate: $1800-$2500

Lot 4: Estimate: Partial set of Masons Patent Ironstone China, pattern 14165. Green and silver luster imari design. England, late 19th-early 20th Century. Comprising: 5 dinner plates (10 in.); 4 soup plates (9 1/2 in.); 3 dessert plates (8 1/4 in.); 2 plates (6in.); 6 cups; 4 saucers; a lidded sugar bowl; and a creamer. $200-$400

Lot 5: Pair of Japanese patinated bronze figural groups modeled as a samurai seated on the back of a flying turtle. Equally as finely detailed on the belly sides. Meiji period. No apparent signature. 4 x 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches. Estimate: $800-$1000

Lot 6: A bookmatched pair of continental porcelain candelabra having figural standards, each modeled as a seated beauty and child, supporting a detachable 4-socket 3-branch candle holder. Encrusted overall with roses and trailing foliage. Height: 21 inches, Width: 10 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 7: French rococo style bronze dore and agate paneled mantel clock. With urn surmount, putti and cartouch pediment, garlands and bowknot and acanthine clad feet. Tme and strike movement on the bell. Marked Bonnard Fab. A Dijon, 1289. 19th C. 14 x 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Estimate: $800-$1200

Lot 8: Bronze figure on marble/onyx plinth, signed DH Chiparus. This reproduction figure modeled as an Art Deco era follies girl. Height: 20 inches. Estimate: $1000-$2000

Lot 9: Hupa Basket Hat, woven out of pine root, bear grass and maiden hair fern. Very crisp colors. Approximately 7 inches diameter and 3-3/4 tall. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 10: Northern California Native American woven basket with double diamond band design, circa 1900 - 1930. Approximately 8 stitches per 1 inch. Approximately 8 inches diameter and 4-1/2 tall. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 11: Native American woven coil winnowing-patching tray with beautiful floral design. Approximately 14 stitches per 1 inch. Approximately 14-1/2 inches diameter and 4 inches tall. Estimate: $700-$1000

Lot 12: Native American Hupa woven basket hat. Fine weave with beautiful central 5 pointed star and bands of striped triangles and stacks of interverted triangles. Approximately 14 stitches per 1 inch and 17 coils per inch. Approximately 6-1/2 inches diameter and 3 inches tall. Estimate: $350-$550

Lot 13: Native American Hupa woven Basket, rattle snake design, pine root. Bear grass and maiden hair fern. Approximately 12 stitches per inch. Approximately 3 1/2 inches tall, 5 inches diameter. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 14: Native American Pomo woven coil basket. Beautiful connecting diamond motif surrounds the basket. Approximately 13 stitches per inch and 6 coils per inch. Approximately 5 inches tall, 4 1/2 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 15: Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos 15-jewel mantel clock. Model 528, Serial #561914. 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches.. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 16: Set of 12 Danish gilt wash sterling silver demi-tasse spoons with cobalt blue enamel stems and openwork corona terminals. Marked: Ela Denmark Sterling 925 S. Fitted in white satin lined blue velvet box. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 17: Wallace & Sons Sterling Silver Rose pattern, partial flatware service, 37 pieces, comprising: 8 Dinner Knives (sterling handles); 3 Forks; 8 Salad Forks; 9 Teaspoons; 9 Butter Knives. Stamped: RW&S PAT.1898. Total Weight: 22 ozt. (excluding sterling handled items). Estimate: $600-$900

Lot 18: An exceptional Hawaiian koa wood poi bowl. Rich honey patina and exquisite graining. Indigenous repairs including a trailing of butterfly mends and handwork at the bottom. Height: 8 1/2 inches, Diameter: 10 1/4 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 19: Grueby Faience Ceramic Tile, Gulls. One tile framed in Oak from a three tile frieze . The original frieze included one tile Ship and 2 tiles Gulls. This version designed by Addison B. LeBoutillier, Director of Design for Grueby, circa 1905. Matt green glaze with molded seagulls in an Arts & Crafts Oak frame. Tile size 7-7/8 inch square, sight 7-5/8 inches square, overall 16-3/4 inches square. Estimate: $1,200-$1,800

Lot 20: 1973 Mercedes-Benz 450 SL 2-door Roadster. Hard top convertible, 8-cylinder engine, automatic transmission. VIN: 107.044 12-008411, License: 100PZV, Odometer: 127003 Estimate: $8,000-$12,000

Lot 21: Steinway & Sons fruitwood cased console piano, with bench. On square tapered legs. Model F, serial #418269 (1970). Keyboard: 54 inches, Overall: 59 inches. Estimate: $1,200-$1,800

Lot 22: Persian hand knotted carpet, wool pile on cotton foundation. Gray/beige field with all-over indigo, slate-blue and rose meandering vine motif. Mid 20th Century. Approximately 12 feet7 inches X 17 feet. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000

Lot 23: Halberstadt, Willy Jager 14k and amber jewelry set, comprise of cabochon ring, earrings and necklace. Each piece signed Halberstadt, Willy Jager 585, handmade Denmark. The necklace and earrings have the original box. Estimate: $2,500-$3,500

Lot 24: Victorian era Yellow Gold Brooch with hand-painted portrait medallions, turquoise and seed pearl accents. Estimate: $450-$650

Lot 25: Arabesque gold and niello propelling pencil.Calligraphic inscription at lower circumference. Early 20th Century. Tests 10Kt. Length: 4 3/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 26: Two (2) Three volume sets (6 volumes total): Three Hundred Masterpieces of Chinese Painting in the Palace Museum. Selected and compiled by an editorial committee of the Joint Board of Directors of the National Palace Museum and the National Central Museum, Taichung, Taiwan. First edition, 1959. Number 0378 of 1,500 issued. Very low first edition number. Each volume is 17-1/2 inches by 12-3/4 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 27: Louis Comfort Tiffany Favrile glass scalloped rim bowl and shot glass with dimple design. Each piece marked on bottom. Shot glass L.C.T. Q9687 and bowl L.C.T. Favrile 3180. Measurements approximately: shot glass: D 1 1/2, H 1 1/2 inches, bowl: D 5 x H 1 1/2 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 28: Semi-antique Persian Sarouk rug, hand knotted wool pile on cotton foundation. Claret ground with indigo, teal and rose palette foliate and palmette motif. Approximately 19 ft. x 10 ft. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 29: Native American Hupa Basket Hat with beautiful geometric design, pine root, bear grass and maiden hair fern. Approximately 13 stitches per inch. Approximately 5 inches tall, 6 inches diameter. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 30: Native American Hupa Basket Hat, C. 1900-20's. Extremely fine weave, in geometric designs in natural, brownish red and black. Beautiful clean design. Approximately 15 stitches per inch and 17 coils per inch. Approximately 3 inches tall, 6 3/4 inches diameter. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 31: Native American woven basket, with beautiful geometric designs. First quarter 20th C. Geometric Whirling log designs. Approximately 8 stitches per inch, 5 coils per inch. Approximately 7 inches tall, 12 inches diameter. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 32: Native American woven hat. Hupa / Yurok / Karuk area, First quarter 20th C. Geometric design. Woven with split pine roots, bear grass and maiden hair fern. Approximately 14 stitches per inch, 17 coils per inch. Approximately 2 3/4 inches tall, 7 inches diameter. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 33:Native American Hupa Basket. First quarter 20th C. Finely woven with strong geometric design and banding, brownish red and black fibers. Woven with split pine roots, overlaid with bear grass and maiden hair fern. Approximately 16 stitches per inch, 13 coils per inch. Approximately 3 1/4 inches tall, 6 3/4 inches diameter. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 34: Pair of Italian sterling silver pheasant form sweetmeat bowls. Marked 800 BR with Italian assay mark. 18.63 ozt. / 580.3 gr. Height: 3 3/4 inches x Length: 14 1/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 35: Circular and swirl fluted silver bowl, 800 silver mark. F. LLI Zaramella Bruno E Cesare, Padova, Italy. Post 1968. 11.14 ozt. / 346.5 gr. Height: 3 1/2 inches. Diameter: 7 1/2 inches. Estimate: $125-$250

Lot 36: Sterling silver oval cabinet dish. Decorated in openwork and high relief with fruit, game, fish and trophy motifs. Marked: Sterling. 12.75 ozt. / 347.1 gr. Dimensions: 1 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Estimate: $150-$400

Lot 37: 2 Chinese carved jade ornaments. One with rat and string of coins carving; the other carved as a mythical beast. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 38: A collection of 9 Chinese snuff bottles. Including an agate bottle carved with figures; a glass bottle signed and reverse painted with children at play; plus other cloisonne, amber, goldstone and peking glass snuff bottles. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 39: A collection of Chinese carved jade items: a toad figure; a salamander carved pendant; and 4 miniature carved Buddhistic figures. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 40: Chinese rosewood demi-lune table with center drawer in the blind carved frieze. Mid 20th Century. Height: 31 1/2 inches; Width: 38 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 41: Chinese rosewood armchair. The back splat carved with censor, basket of peaches and openwork motif. Mid 2th C. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 42: Two Chinese hand painted scrolls. Each containing two ink and watercolors on silk, mounted on paper backing with silk borders and ends. Scroll #1: study of a hydrangea; and study of a blossoming branch. With chop seal and calligraphy. Pictures: 14 x 8 inches, overall: 65 x 12 inches. Scroll #2: study of a peony; and a study of a water fowl, with chop seal and calligraphy. Pictures: 9 x 7 1/2inches, overall: 57 x 12 inches Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 43: Chinese scroll, ink and color on silk, mounted on paper backing with brocaded silk borders and ends. Kwan Yin rising from a band of clouds. Chop seal. Painting: 41 x 22 1/2 inches, Overall: 78 x 29 1/2 inches. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 44: Mackenzie Thorpe hand-painted cast resin sculpture, "Love Seated". Limited edition #18/395. H: 7 x W: 7.75 x D: 9.5 inches. Estimate: $350-$600

Lot 45: Mackenzie Thorpe hand-painted cast resin sculpture, "Asleep with a Friend". Limited edition #89/395. H: 7.75 x W: 8.5 x D: 4.5 inches.Estimate: $350-$600

Lot 46: Mackenzie Thorpe hand-painted cast resin sculpture, "A New Child". Limited edition #149/395. H: 925 x W: 11 x D: 11 inches. Estimate: $350-$600

Lot 47: Stickley Bros. Co. Oak armchair. Flat arm rests, centered cane back, barley twist legs, stretcher and supports. Burnt-in mark: Stickley Bros. Co. Grand Rapids. Applied mark: Quaint Furniture Stickley Bros. Co. Grand Rapids, Mich. With a covered loose plank seat with a partially torn Stickley paper label. Approximately 39.5" tall, 25.5" wide and 20.5" deep. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 48: Roche Bobois off-white leather 3-section sofa suite. Comprising: a two-seat one-arm sofa with adjusting cushion backs (82 inches); a single-arm chair with adjusting cushion back (46 inches); and an armless corner chair (72 inches). Estimate: $2,500-$5,000

Lot 49: Anthony Brandt limited edition print, "Love Enveloping the World". Signed in pen, Anthony Brandt. Edition No. 1, Proof No. 61. Plate signed in addition. In an ornate silvered gilt frame. (Approx. 33" x 33", overall: 41" x 41"). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 50: Framed Eyvind Earle artist proof / serigraph, "Valley of Dreams", signed lower right, marked AP 1/50. (Approx. 42" x 31.5", overall: 54" x 43"). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 51: Chinese famille noir trumpet form porcelain vase, with dragon entwining the body. Height: 9 3/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 52: Chinese Nichols era wool rug. Rust ground with vibrant foliate motif. Approximately 11 1/2 ft. x 8 ft. 9 in. Estimate: $800-$1,000

Lot 53: Chinese handpainted scroll. Kwan Yin seated on lotus base amidst cloud bands. Opaque color on paper with silk borders and ends.Painting: 47 x 27 inches. Overall: 78 x 32 inches. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 54: Kiyoshi Saito (Japanese 1907-197). Woodcut print. "Jyacko-in Kyoto" 1966. Numbered: 20/80. Print: 27 x 21 1/2 inches. Framed, matted and glazed. Overall: 37 1/2 x 30 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 55: Mori Yoshitoshi (Japanese 1898-1992). Woodcut print on paper with deckled edge. Dated 1975. Numbered: 16/50. Kneeling red woman in open red robe. 26 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches. Float matted in cherry wood frame. Overall: 39 1/2 x 32 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 56: Tadashi Nakayama (Japanese 1927 - ). Woodcut print. Abstract study of a horse. Signed, dated 1967 and numbered 57/85 in the lower margin. Sight: 19 x 11 inches. Framed, matted and glazed. Overall: 32 x 23 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 57: Squash Blossom Sterling Silver and Turquoise (Dry Creek) necklace. Necklace is double strand beads tapering down to 1 strand with a total of 12 hammered and stone set squash blossoms. Naja is fully uncased with blue oval and tear drop cabochons. Signed on the back of full naja Ted Baca Sterling. Measurements approximately : each squash 1 3/4 inches long. Naja 2 3/4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. Drop length 17 1/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 58: South West Multi Turquoise and Coral pendant with associated South West drop. Oval section engraved Sherla Valla Cheyenne. Measurements approximately : 3 inches long and 2 1/4 inches wide. Drop measurements: 2 3/4 inches long and 2 inches wide. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 59: South West Sterling Silver and Melacite necklace. Chain comprising of alternating double chain links, solid bar link, double chain links and silver bead, dropping down to silver incased Melacite pendants. Signed Rockyland 925. Measurements approximately: drop length 16 3/4 inches, square Melacite pendant: 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches, dangle drop 2 x 1 1/3 inches. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 60: Contemporary South West Sterling, Coral and mother of pearl necklace, graduating Silver beads with Sterling, Coral and Mother of Pearle slide. Back marked K and two feathers. Measurements approximately: 12 inches drop length, slide 3 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 61: Hampden Watch Co. pocket watch, with gold plated case. Marked: 435506. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 62: Group of 4 Japanese studio pottery kogo (incense boxes). Each with its own kiri wood box. Including Shigaraki, kiyomizu and oribe. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 63: Fine Bizenware pottery cha-ire (tea caddy) with gilt-lined cover, complete with silk shifuku (pouch) and kiri wood box. Height: 3 1/2 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 64: Mashiko pottery mizusashi (water container) with lacquered lid. In signed kiri wood box. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 65: Kawai Kanjiro square incense burner with flambe glaze: 3 1/2 x 4 inches sqaure. And a Shino pottery orb form vase, Height: 3 3/4 inches. Each with its own kiri wood box. Two pieces. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 66: Three (3) Japanese pottery cha-wan (tea bowls). Two with kiri wood, and one with lacquered wood box. Mid 20th Century. Estimate: $150-$450

Lot 67: William McKendree Snyder (American 1849-1930) Oil on canvas. An autumn country road landscape. Signed W M Snyder, lower right. 12 x 20 inches. Framed, overall: 18 x 26 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 68: Bennett Bradbury (American 1914-1991). Titled verso: "Grey Tide". 18 x 26 inches. Framed, overall: 27 x 35 inches Estimate: $800-$1,400

Lot 69: William McKendree Snyder (American 1849-1930). Oil on canvas. Green wooded country lane. Signed W M Snyder, lower right. 9 x 16 inches. Framed, overall: 22 x 15 1/2 inches Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 70: Oil on board. Birch trees along a creek under grey sky. Signed lower right. 12 x 18 inches. Framed, overall: 16 1/2 x 23 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 71: Joshua Meador (American 1911-1965). Oil on canvas. Harbor at low tide. 22 x 30 inches. Framed, overall: 28 x 36 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$1,400

Lot 72: Bennett Bradbury (American 1914-1991). Titled verso: "Pt. Vicente, Big Sur". 24 x 36 inches. Framed, overall: 45 x 32 1/2 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$1,800

Lot 73: Philip & Kelvin Laverne Ming coffee table. Elliptical bronze acid-etched and patinated brass over pewter and wood. Etched signature on top. Raised on square bronze legs. Height: 17 inches. Top: 66 x 22 inches. Estimate: $2,500-$3,500

Lot 74: Japanese cast iron tetsuban (tea pot) with raised decoration and swing handle. Bronze and copper lid, with cipher signature on the underside of lid. Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 75: A Tomoku pottery glazed cha-wan (tea bowl) with incised stamp; and two other cha-wan, (total 3 tea bowls). Each with its own kiri wood box. Mid 20th Century. Estimate: $150-$450

Lot 76: Group of Japanese studio slab work pottery dish ware. Including a set of 10 Shigaraki pottery tea biscuit trays in signed kiri wood box. And a Mashiko pottery plate and an Oribe pottery tray, each with impressed potter's mark and kiri wood box. Mid 20th Century. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 77: Group of 4 Japanese studio pottery vases, (one with kiri wood box); and a contemporary ikabana arrangement dish. Total 5 pieces. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 78: V. (Victor) Casenelli (American 1868-1961) Watercolor. Senorita and figures under an archway. Signed: V. Casenelli. 12 x 9 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 79: V. (Victor) Casenelli (American 1868-1961) Watercolor. Indians and horses on a wooded path. Signed: V. Casenelli. 12 x 18 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 80: V. (Victor) Casenelli (American 1868-1961) Watercolor. Indian figures at work near tee-pees in a clearing. Signed: V. Casenelli. 4 x 6 1/2 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 81: Joshua Meador (American 1911-1965). Oil on board. Anglers at river's edge. 6 x 8 inches. Framed, overall: 28 x 3613 x 15 inches. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 82: E John Robinson (American 1922-2008). Oil on canvas, seascape inscribed verso "February Fog". 12 x 16 inches. Framed, overall: 18 x 22 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 83: 14k and white gold chain necklace. White gold box linked chain wrapped around yellow gold link chain. Tounge and grave cylinder clasp with safety latch. Stamped Pat 4170809, 14k. Weight: 53 grams. Approximate 16 3/4 drop length. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 84: Shigaraki pottery mizusashi (water container) in special persimmon wood box. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 85: Shino Pottery chawan (tea bowl) in burled kiyaki wood box. Edo Period Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 86: Group of 5 Japanese studio pottery figural form kogos (incense boxes), modeled as a badger, a dog, shi-shi, kylin. One with kiri wood box. Estimate: $200-$500

Lot 87: Fine Japane pottery cha-ire (tea caddy) with gilt-lined cover, complete with silk shifuku (pouch) and kiri wood box. Height: 3 1/2 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 88: Tomoku pottery mizusashi (water container) with lacquer and bamboo lid. In kiriwood box. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 89: Japanese pottery plate with crane design. Diameter: 7 1/4 inches. With kiri wood box. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 90: Eyvind Earle Limited Edition Serigraph, titled "Blue Fog", #4/350. Signed Eyvind Earle. With Certificate of Authenticity from Robert Bane Publishing Inc. (Approx. 24" x 36", Mat: 29" x 41"). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 91: (2) Volumes, The Complete Graphics Of Eyvind Earle. Volume 1: Second Edition, 1993, signed by the Eyvind Ealre, published by Robert Bane Editions, Los Angeles, California. Volume 2: Eyvind Earle Estimate: $300-$400

Lot 92: Leroy Neiman limited edition serigraph. "Red Square Panorama" #202/375. Studio embossed paper lower left corner. Sight: 31 x 40 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 93: Leroy Neiman limited edition serigraph, Postseason Superbowl Classic, Super Bowl XIX Dolphins vs. 49ers #376/100. Sight: 29 1/4 x 39 1/2 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 94: (3) signed G.H. Rothe Mezzotints and (1) Volume titled, G.H. Rothe, Master of the Mezzotint. Artwork: "Walnut", AP I, Approx. 2 3/4" x 2 1/4"; "Ancestor", A.P. 4/15, Approx. 5 3/4" x 3 3/4"; "Coyote", 1/150, Approx. 3" x 6 1/2". Book by Pierre Restany, Hammer Publishing Inc. New York. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 95: Two (2) Japanese pottery plates, with stylized bird design. Late Edo period. Diameters: 8 1/2 and 9 1/4 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 96: Two (2) Japanese Mashiko pottery slab built bottles. Potter's marks. Each with kiri wood box. Heights: 10 inches and 7 inches. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 97: Three (3) Japanese pottery plates. "Bulls eye" decoration, 11 inches. "Wisteria" decoration, 10 3/4 inches. "Petals" decoration, 10 3/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 98: Mashiko pottery plate with pine decoration, Diameter: 9 1/4 inches, with kiri wood box. Together with a studio pottery dish made for the Year of the Horse, Diameter: 10 3/4 inches, with kiri wood box. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 99: Group of five (5) Japanese Banko pottery figural teapots, hand painted with applied decoration. Approx. 2" to 4 1/2" tall. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 100: Green jade tear drop pendant in 14kt. yellow gold mounting. Length: 1 1/2 inches. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 101: Chinese jade pendant, finely carved with a beast and bat and string of coins on a gourd. Fitted on a silk cord with beads and knots. Length: 2 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 102: Moghul style jade buckle set in yellow gold with rough-cut diamonds and gemstones. Carved butterfly on the obverse. Now mounted as a pendant. Tests 14kt+. 2 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches. * The buckle slide is broken where affixed as a pendant. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 103: A multi-color jade band carved with two water fowl, Approximately size 11 1/2 - 12. And another carved hardstone saddle ring, Approximately size 8. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 104: Chinese archaic style carved green hardstone duel buckle with dragon head closure. The face of both pieces carved with slinking dragons. Approximately 5 x 2 inches in the closed position. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 105: White gold ring, set with approximately 2+ carats of round cut diamonds; and 4 princess cut diamonds approximately 2/3 carat; Average SI2 clarity and H1 color. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 106: Continental Adams style silver cream jug, chased with meandering wreath design, 2 reserves centered with the bust of a lady and a gentleman, each having ribbon crests. Raised on 4 tapering legs, issuing from ram's head masks, terminating in hoof feet. Applied rectangular handle and wide spout. Maker's mark: JSL. Height 6 inches, weight: 7.49 ozt. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 107: The Journals of Captain James Cook, 4 volumes, 1967, and The Life of Captain James Cook, 1 volume, 1974, by J.C. Beaglehole, Cambridge University Press, for the HakLuyt Society. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 108: Chinese Painting in Hawaii by Gustave Ecke, 3 volume set in original hard cover slip case. Edition number 53 of 550, signed and inscribed by author Gustave Ecke, 1965. Published by the University of Hawaii Press for the Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1965. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 109: A 37 volume collection of The Comedies Histories & Tragedies of William Shakespeare. New York, The Limited Editions Club, 1939. Decorated paper boards. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 110: Christofle & Cie silver plate on copper and dore two-handled footed drinking vessel. A 19th Century reproduction of a coupe a boire from the Tresor D'Hildesheim collection. Modeled in intricate detail with various masks, musical and romantic trophies, birds and foliage along a garden wall. The handles fashioned as scrolling vines. Marked on the underside of the circular foot: Christofle & Cie Fac-simile Galvanique Tresor D'Hildesheim. Height: 6 inches. Diameter: 8 inches, handle to handle. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 111: Christofle & Cie silver plate on copper and dore two-handled footed drinking vessel. A 19th Century reproduction of a drinking cup from the Tresor D'Hildesheim collection. The body circumference modeled with satyr masks and lion skins. The handles fashioned as winged lion grotesques. Height: 4 inches. Diameter: 7 1/2 inches, handle to handle. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 112: Towle sterling silver flatware service, "Old Master" pattern. Comprising: 13 dinner forks, 13 dinner knives, 13 butter spreaders, 19 teaspoons, 12 soup spoons, 12 salad/dessert forks and 1 child's fork. (83 pieces total. Approx. 78.87 ozt). Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 113: Group of Waterford crystal stemware, "Lismore" pattern. (11) Red wine, (14) White wine and (1) Sherry glasses. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 114: Two (2) marble portrait busts, each depicting a Roman elite in draped mantle gathered with rosette clasp. Fitted on black marble socle. Unattributed. Height: 25 inches, Width: 17 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 115: A pair of monumental bronze figural urns, each modeled as two female attendants in full figure bearing a water vessel. On lozenge form base. Height: 55 inches, Width: 36 inches. Estimate: $1,200-$2,000

Lot 116: Bryan Wilson (American 1927-2002), Oil on canvas, Meadow Larks in Dry Grass, 1956, from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 67 1/8 x 74 1/8 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 117: Michael Cunningham (American, b. 1941) Oil on canvas, 1956 Hard Times, 1972, from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 72 1/4 x 66 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 118: Walter G. Stein (American, b. 1924), oil on canvas, Autumn Leaves II, 1961, from a Southern California museum collection. Sight: 21 x 23 inches. Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 119: Vintage brass, etched frosted glass and Lucite table lamp by Fredrick Ramond. Etched iris decoration. Circa 1980s. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 120: An extensive collection of fine gilt-encrusted cyrstal stemware, with grape vine and clusters etched gilt decoration. Comprising: 18 claret, 12 wine, 19 sherry, 6 tall hoc, 3 liqueurs, 6 sherbets, and 9 tumblers. Together with a partial associated set of 14 other small tumblers. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 121: Henredon "Natchez" Collection two-pedestal dining table. Rectangular figured mahogany top with crossband and ebony string inlays, raised on duel fluted column and tripartite bases with scroll feet. 29 x 76 x 46 inches plus 2 21-inch leaves and custom pads. Together with a set of 10 Maitlin-Smith Chippendale style chairs with ivory moire upholstered seats. (2 armchairs and 8 side chairs). Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 122: Rosenthal "Golden Brocade" porcelain dinner service. Place settings for (12) with serving pieces and replacement pieces. (85 pieces total). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 123: Copeland Spode "late" ironstone dinner service. Orange branch and leaf pattern with grey hunt scenes. No. D90067. Place Settings for (12) (missing cup, saucer, consomme cup and 3 dessert plates), with (3) additional salad plates. (81 pieces total). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 124: Nayarit pottery female effigy. (Per paper sticker verso: "Nayarit Western Culture 500BC-500AD). 22 inches. Estimate: $200-$500

Lot 125: Set of 8 Lalique crytal angel stemmed champagne flutes. Etched signatures. Estimate: $120-$200

Lot 126: 14 Wedgwood blue transferware plates, various early American historical scenes. Early 20th C. Diameter: 9 inches. Estimate: $250-$500

Lot 127: Jack Laycox (American 1921-1984), watercolor on paper. Titled verso "Bay Windows". Cityscape of San Francisco houses and rooftops with Golden Gate Bridge in distance. Sight: 21 x 29 inches. Framed overall: 31 x 39 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,500

Lot 128: Lee Reynolds burr, (American, b. 1936), lithograph on paper, "L'Oeil, 1972", ed 4/100. (Approx. 19 1/2" x 25 1/2"). (From a Southern California Museum Collection). Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 129: Pencil on paper, Corfu Beach, 11 o'clock. Signed Corda. (Approx. 22" x 30"). (From a Southern California Museum Collection). Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 130: Jasha Green (American, b. 1923), Gouache on paper, Treatment 40, 1977. (Approx. 22" x 28"). (From a Southern California Museum Collection). Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 131: Bronze sculpture, after I. Bonheur. Jockey on horseback. On oval marble plinth. Sculpture: 8 x 7 1/2 inches. Overall: 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 132: Ralph Chesse (American 1900 - 1991). Oil on canvas, pencil titled on stretcher "L'Arle Sienne". 48 x 34 inches From the Estate of Lewis R Mahlmann. Estimate: $5,000-$7,000

Lot 133: Michael Young, (American, b. 1952), Parole, 1989, Sand and acrylic on canvas. (Approx. 122" x 122"). Estimate: $1,200-$2,500

Lot 134: Sonus Faber Grand Piano Home surround speaker system. Includes two (2) Grand Piano Home floor standing speakers, serial no: 03494, a Solo Home center channel speaker serial no: 03268, and two (2) Wall surround speakers, serial no: 01792. Estimate: $1,200-$2,400

Lot 135: (5) MS70 American Eagle Silver Dollars. (2007-W, 2011, 2011-W, 2013-S & 2013-W).\. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 136: (6) Morgan Silver Dollars, graded. 1878-CC (Good Details), 1879-S (MS61), 1880-S (MS62), 1880-S (MS61), 1881-S (MS63) and 1894-O (VF25). Estimate: $300-$400

Lot 137: (34) Fine Silver 1 troy ounce bars. (.999+). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 138: (6) MS69 American Eagle Silver Dollars. 2 x 2008, 2010, 2012-S, 2013 Early Releases & 2013-S. Estimate: $250-$350

Lot 139: (5) Morgan Silver Dollars, graded. 1896 (MS62), 1899-O (MS62), 1900 McClaren Collection (MS63), 1901-O (MS62) and 1901-S (F12). Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 140: (11) MS69 American Eagle Silver Dollars. 1990, 1991, 1997, 3 x 2003, 2 x 2005 & 3 x 2006. Estimate: $300-$400

Lot 141: Pictorial tapestry depicting a Medieval knights scene. Machine loomed, lined and mounted for wall hanging on decorative rod with silk cord and tassels. Approximately 61 x 83 inches. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 142: 4 Italian white marble garden statues. Sculpted allegorical maidens representing the four seasons. On matching bases. Heights of sculptures: 55 inches; heights of bases: 16 inches. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000

Lot 143: Red leather trunk suitcase with with red fabric interior lining and a Prada logo. Matching leather handle and a luggage tag. With (3) buckle closures and (2) combination locks. (Approx. 27 3/4" x 17" x 8 1/4"). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 144: Steuben art glass bubbled dragon figure with box. (Approx. 5.5" tall, 7" long). Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 145: Russian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Claret Jug. Silver hinged lid, vermeil interior, hallmark and makers mark stamped on underside. Fruit finial centered by wreaths, applied Lily garlands decorate the silver rim. Hallmark: Moscow (1908-1926). Makers Mark: MK Height: 13 ½ inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 146: Sculpted stone plaque, with female facial image in high/low relief. Signed. On polished silver stand. Plaque: 12 x 8 inches. Estimate: $600-$900

Lot 147: Pueblo polychrome pottery, winged, feathered, owl seed pot, signed Laura Gachupin Jemez. (Approx. 3 3/4" tall, 4" long and 4 1/2" deep). Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 148: Zuni earthenware pot (olla), signed A. Peynetsa. Heartline deer painted in black throughout the body with black border at the top and the bottom. (Approx. 8 1/2" tall, 5 1/4" diameter at the rim, 9" at the widest). Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 149: Hand painted Asian scroll. Ink and color on silk mounted on paper. Battle-Tournament scene. 19th C. 63 x 36 inches overall. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 150: Hand painted Asian scroll. Ink and color on paper with silk borders. Tranquil river scene. Inscribed and chop seal. Picture: 46 x 20 1/2 inches. Overall: 80 x 27 inches. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 151: St. Louis, France baluster form crystal pitcher, "Tommy". (Approx. 10 1/2" tall). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 152: Hand painted Asian scroll. Ink and color on silk, mounted on paper, with silk borders. Bird of prey perched on a tree. Inscribed and chop seal. Picture: 39 x 15 1/2 inches. Overall: 59 x 21 inches. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 153: Hand painted Asian scroll. Ink and color on silk with paper backing and silk borders. Mountain landscape. Inscribed and chop seal. Annotated verso: RAN-EI. Picture: 63 x 19 inches. Overall: 102 x 24 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 154: Asian scroll. Ink on paper with silk borders. Figures on a mountain precipice. Inscribed, chop seals. Picture: 44 x 14 1/2 inches. Overall: 76 x 21 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 155: 2010 Toyota Prius Hybrid Trim II.
VIN: JTDKN3DU3A0083983
License: 6KHM247 (California)
Odometer reading: 9018. Estimate: $12,000-$14,000
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Lot 156: 19th century English drop leaf table.

Lot 157: Copeland & Garrett Late Spode ceramic transfer decorated platter, mid 9th C. and a Copeland Spode Italian pattern ceramic pitcher

Lot 158: Georgian style mahogany 4-drawer chest on French Bracket feet. Late 19th century

Lot 159: George II style inlaid mahogany games table, 19th century.

Lot 160: Pair of Cranberry cut to clear, cylinder form table lamps, frosted iced etched clear background with groups of cranberry thistles. Size glass cylinders approximately 9 3/4 inches tall and diameter 3 3/4 inches. Size including plinth 12 3/4 inches tall

Lot 161: Henri Matisse (French 1869-1954) color lithograph on paper. Approximate sight 19" x 28". Framed, with certificate

Lot 162: Thomas Moser Readers Chair, Signed. Straight side chair Side Chair, upholstered seat. Signed on the underside: Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers, Auburn, Maine, 1994 John. Dimensions: 19" W x 22" D x 44" H

Lot 163: Circa 1940s three quarter length nutria fur coat

Lot 164: Peter Max (American/German, 1937 - ), mixed media, serigraph and oil, Mona Lisa. Signed lower right, numbered lower left 487/500. Approximate sight 16" x 10-1/2". Framed, with certificate of authenticity

Lot 165: Mid 20th century modern Danish Teak sideboard. Labelled Drylund, made in Denmark

Lot 166: Single masted model sailboat on stand, approximately 54" tall x 36" long

Lot 167: Hand knotted Oriental rug. Overall mirhab in panels and foliate design. Approximately 9' x 6'

Lot 168: Mid 20th Century modern Danish Teak credenza with upper shelves. Labeled Made in Denmark by Clausen & Son, Silkeborg

Lot 169: Pair of contemporary leather upholstered counter chairs

Lot 170: Norman Rockwell lithograph, Gaily Sharing Vintage Times from the Four Ages of Love suite. Pencil signed lower right. Gilt framed, approximate sight 22" x 21", with certificate

Lot 171: Modernist wire bird sculpture, signed Jagger. Approximately 20" tall, 22" including base

Lot 172: Arts and Crafts style single drawer Oak desk

Lot 173: Series of three Leroy Neiman San Francisco Giants prints commemorating the 40th season in San Francisco. Includes Barry Bonds, Willie Mays, and Juan Marichal. Approximate sight Bonds: 17" x 23", Mays: 21-1/2" x 15-1/2", Marichal: 22-1/4" x 15-1/2". Framed, dated 1997

Lot 174: Three section lawyer's bookcase, stamped Lundstrom, Little Falls, N.Y.

Lot 175: Hand knotted Persian rug, approximately 5' x 2-1/2'

Lot 176: Group of sports memorabilia. Includes Lou Gehrig Colorano "Silk" first day cover, autographed Wille Mays, autographed Mark Mcguire, autographed Ron Turcott (Secretariate's jockey), autographed Johnny Bench, and a menu. Most with certificates

Lot 177: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) woodblock print in colors, The Traitor of Montaperti, circa 1964. Approximate sight 12-1/2" x 10-1/4". In a gilt frame, with certificate

Lot 178: Mid 20th century modern Drexel bedroom set, consisiting of a 6-drawer dresser, a gentleman's tall chest, and a nightstand. All pieces stamped Drexel

Lot 179: Mid 20th century modern upholstered Teak chair

Lot 180: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) phototypie on paper, Carnet de la Californie. Numbered 3/100. Approximate sight 16-1/2" x 10-1/2". Framed, with certificate

Lot 181: Mid 20th century modern coffee table and two matching side tables

Lot 182: Woody Crumbo (1912-1989). two gouache on paper, Eagle Dance and Sign of Spring. Approximate sight Eagle Dance 12" x 9", Sign of Spring 12" x 16", both framed

Lot 183: Mid 20th century modern three drawer chest

Lot 184: Pair of mid 20th century modern side tables with parquet style tops

Lot 185: Hand knotted Oriental rug, approximately 6'-7" x 10'-2"

Lot 185: Framed print, lady in red gown, approximate sight 31" x 23-1/2"






Art deco style metal table lamp, woman holding plants

Oriental carved Jade figurine, bird and flower. Approximately 8" tall including stand. With box

Oriental carved Jade figurine, crane and water plant. Approximately 8" tall including stand. With box

Oriental carved Jade Foo dog figurine. Approximately 3" tall including stand. With box

Oriental carved Jade Foo dog figurine. Approximately 3" tall including stand.