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Winter Associates, Inc. AUCTION |

Winter Associates, Inc. AUCTION

Winter Associates, Inc. AUCTION
Monday, July 10th, 6:30 pm
Previews: 7/9 2-4 pm; 7/10, 3-6:15 pm or by appt.
Paintings, Prints, Antiques Fine Furniture, Art Glass
Porcelain, Jewelry, Silver, Antique Koran/Siam other Books,
Stamps, Asian, Oriental Rugs, Clocks, etc.
٠ 21 Cooke St. Plainville, CT 06062

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PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS: Oil paintings from a Farmington, CT collection including Alfred T. Bricher (American, 1837-1908) “Lake George” c. 1870, George M. Bruestle (American, 1871-1939) “Pasture in Lyme,” Hunter Eddy (American, b. 1967) “Melons and Pears,” 2002, Charles Foster (American, 1850-1931) “Williamstown,” 1890, and James E Meadows (British, 1828-1888) “Seascape,” 1885; from another CT family, four works by Walter MacEwen (American, 1860-1943): two oil paintings “The Chaperone,” 46” x 60” and “Two Greek Girls on Bench,” 12 1/2” x 16 1/2”, and two etchings; also, A.H. Anderson oil; Carle Blenner oil; Nancy Corbett watercolor; Daniel Forbes Dallmann colored pencil; George Davidson oils and charcoals (10+); Bryan Nash Gill pastel; Gordon Grant oil, 27 ½” x 34”; Charles Edward Halle oil; Joseph Hirsch charcoal; Marion Huse oils (10); Louis Icart chalk; Ernest Ludvig Ipsen oil; Italian School “Portrait of a Lady as St. Catherine of Alexandria,” late 17th C. oil; Jeffrey T. Larson oil; Aleksandr Maksimenko oil; Leo Mancini-Hresko oils (2); McElvern oil; Ralph Nelson watercolor; Gary Ray oil; Gloria Sessions oil; Raphael Soyer watercolor; Alan Tompkins oil; Niek van der Plas oil; Harold Weston watercolor.
PRINTS: After John James Audubon, R. Havell, “Red Shouldered Hawk,” lithograph, 37” x 24 ½”; Pierre Bonnard tusche lithograph; Bernard Buffet lithograph; Currier and Ives “Mr. Bonner’s Horse” lithograph; Jose Luis Cuevas lithograph; Kerr Eby etching; Joseph Gray etching; Rene Gruau lithographs (2); Marion Huse silkscreen; Walter MacEwen etchings (2); Joseph Pennell etchings (2); Margery Austen Ryerson etching; Bernard Steffen serigraph; Raphael Soyer lithograph; Tavik Frantisek Simon aquatint.
FRAMES: Newcomb Macklin gilt and painted wooden frame and assortment of 19th/20th C. gilt and carved frames, various sizes and styles incl. traditional and Art Nouveau.
ANTIQUES FINE FURNITURE: Late 18th/Early 19th C. figured maple incl. tall chest, chest of drawers, and slant lid desk; two Hepplewhite cherry dropleaf tables; eight Sheraton fancy chairs incl. two arm; 19th C. pine and poplar blanket chest; early provincial pine refectory table; mahogany Pembroke dropleaf table; assembled set of six Windsor chairs and one sack back arm chair; assorted candlestands and tavern tables; 18th C. ladderback chair; English lowboy, late 18th/19th C; Continental rosewood chairs, pierced and carved swan neck crest; Hepplewhite style partner’s desk with inset leather writing surface; Queen-Anne style dining room set, oval table and eight chairs; QA style dressing table.
ART GLASS: Dante Marioni (American, b. 1964) “Black and Red Reticello Leaf” blown glass vase, 28 ½” h., 2009; Martin Blank (American, b. 1962) “Lotus Commission” cranberry and clear glass floral form sculpture, 16” dia., 2009; Mundy Hepburn (American, b. 1966) “Lilies” illuminated hand blown sculpture; Sydenstricker (Brewster, MA) dinnerware, 63 pcs; Lalique bird figure. GLASSWARE: Baccarat stemware, 24 pcs; Stuart ‘Beaconsfield’ cut crystal decanter and stemware, 41 pcs; Val St. Lambert ‘Metternich’ cut crystal stemware, 13 pcs; 19th C. blown glass fluid lamps.
ART PORCELAIN: Cliff Lee (American, b. 1951) porcelain incl. three one-of-a-kind pcs “Imperial Prickly Melon Vase” 13” h., “Chun Glazed Peach Bloom Vase” 11” h., and “Carved and Incised Dragonfly and Lotus Vase” 5 1/2” h., also a carved dragon fly box; other porcelain incl. large assortment of 18th/19th C. Chinese export famille rose and rose medallion incl. matching plates, teacups and saucers, serving bowl; Fiesta and similar dinnerware, various colors and marks, 92 pcs; Rosenthal ‘Colored Leaves’ dinnerware, twenty-five pieces; assorted gilt decorated China, German/Bavarian makers; Lladro figures; pr Sarreguemines majolica chargers with bas relief portraits, 17 1/8” dia.; Delft blue and white wall plaque, possibly 18th C.
JEWELRY: Marquis-shaped cluster ring 14k yellow gold, .72ct central diamond, 2.10 ct TW; platinum Art Deco ring, .58ct central diamond 1.88 ct tw; antique butterfly pin with 54 rose cut diamonds; filigree diamond bracelet .89 ct tw with 14k white gold; five assorted platinum bands with diamonds; 18k yellow gold Faberge style Easter egg charm; Navajo silver belt buckle, Philander Begay; good assortment of Victorian and early 20th C. gold.
STERLING SILVER: Tiffany Co. ‘Strawberry Vine’ serving spoon, c. 1875; Georg Jensen ladle and fork, vine and berry motif; Towle: ‘Old Master’ flatware and servingware, 103 pcs, ‘Candlelight’ flatware service, 86 pcs., ‘Old Lace’ 32 pcs.; Wallace ‘Grande Baroque’ flatware, 47 pcs.; Crichton Brothers 1918 James II style handled bowl; Wood and Hughes (NY) coin spoon; pr K. Uyeda candlesticks; pr Gorham three-light candleabras and ‘Buttercup’ candlesticks; twelve sherbets reticulated bases with porcelain inserts and twelve bouillon holders; assortment of ladies’ vanity accessories; collection of 45+ American souvenir spoons.
BOOKS MAPS: London 1734 Koran, contemporaneous red leather binding with gilt tooling; “Journal ou Suite du Voyage de Siam” Amsterdam, 1687; “Voyage de Siam des Peres Jesuites…” Amsterdam, 1689; Collection of better Asian art and history reference books; American art reference books including exhibition catalogues, monographs and George Inness Catalogue Raisonné, Michael Quick, 2007; first editions by A.A. Milne “Winnie the Pooh,” “The House at Pooh Corner,” and “Now We Are Six,” London, c. 1920’s; Elizabeth Shurtleff Helen F. McMillin pictorial map of New Hampshire, 1926; La Perche Comte and Blaisois map c. 1800.
STAMPS: Block of four 10 cent orange-yellow Panama Pacific small collection of Hawaii and Sandwich Islands incl.1853 thirteen cent King Kamahameha stamp; large assortment of U.S. and International stamps c. 1850-1969.
ASIAN: assortment of 19th C. Chinese export famille rose/rose medallion ceramics incl. matching plates, teacups and saucers, large serving bowl; three Chinese watercolor paintings, framed; pr Japanese woodblock prints; Ivory cribbage board with carved Buddha; Chinese console table, lacquered finish; large collection of books regarding history of Siam and Asian art reference books, pr K. Uyeda silver candlesticks.
 ORIENTAL RUGS: Antique Serapi carpet, 11’ x 14’; Oushak carpet 8’ 1” x 10’ 3”; Persian Mashed carpet, 9’ 5” x 12’; Tabriz runner, 15’ 8” x 2’ 9”; pair of Agra Kashan runners; Turkish Sivas scatter rug; pair of Oushak scatter rugs; Savonnerie scatter rug.
CLOCKS: Tiffany Co. four-column shelf clock, c. 1880; French four-column mantel clock, c. 1890; British and American tall case clocks; Anglo-American inlaid wall clock, c. 1890 with E. Ingraham movement; Chauncey Boardman (Bristol, CT) ogee clock, c. 1840; Eli Terry Son (Plymouth, CT) three quarter case wooden gear clock, c. 1832/33; English Fuzee wall clock; Japy Freres black mantel clock.
PEWTER: 19th C. American pewter incl. porringer (hallmarked “Hamlin”), inkstand engraved “Dorchester Milton Bank – Todd Boston 1817,” three fluid lamps, etc.; other pewter incl. six 18th C. English plates, group of French marked goblets, Continental spoons, German marked dishes and other servingware.
IMPORTANT MISCELLANEOUS: 19th C. Baltimore album quilt, signed “Carrie L. McCoy 1856”; late 19th C. tabletop brass telescope; David White Co. (Milwaukee, WI) U.S. Navy Mark II sextant; John Bruce aneroid barometer; tin wall sconce, cut mosaic mirror finish; pr conch shells, cameo carving; mid 20th C. J. Chien type wind-up carousel; Mackenzie Child “Peony” watering can; 20th C. Milford Fire Dept. helmet; two wooden geese decoys; collection of 45+ American souvenir spoons; collection of early postcards and other ephemera.
LOCATION: 20 mins. west of Hartford, CT. Approx. 2 hours. from NYC or Boston.
I-84W: exit 33 to Rt. 72W to exit 2, left onto 372W, first right onto Cooke St., 2nd drive on left; I-84E: exit 34, left onto Crooked St., left onto 372W, after 6/10 mile take right onto Cooke St., 2nd drive on left. TERMS: 20% Buyer’s Prem., MC/VISA/DISC, Cash, Approved Checks; Absentee, phone and online bids accepted.
W. MacEwen, oil, 46” x 60”
Newcomb Macklin, MacEwen
Audubon, R. Havell, 37” x 24” Plat., gold, diams. D. Marioni, 28” h. A. Bricher, “Lake George”, 5” x 13” Tiffany, 14”
G. Bruestle, Lyme, 21” x 29” M. Blank, “Lotus”, 16” diam. Baltimore, signed “McCoy 1856” Gordan Grant, oil, 27” x 34”
Hunter Eddy, oil, 15” x 19”
Van der Plas, Birdseye chest, 18th C. chair
C. Blenner, oil, Carved vessels, Americana
Cont. table
Figured maple,
Chinese porcelain
Foster, 13” x 21”, 19th C. maple
Panama-Pacific #400
Koran, London, 1734
Voyage de Siam, 1687
J. Meadows, oil, 1885, 9” x 19” Antique Serapi, 11’ x 14’
Tiffany, Jensen, WH
Cliff Lee, one of a kind

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