Clay Michie for Knoll International desk lamp, #8 New York, New York, circa 1958 brass, painted aluminum impressed patent numbers on arm 17"w x 12"d x 16"h Estimate $700-900 Condition Report: Nice age appropriate patina to brass with some minor pitting along arm. Aluminum shade in very good condition.
The Roycrofters magazine pedestal, #080 East Aurora, New York oak carved orb and oak leaf 18"sq x 64"h Estimate $5,000-7,000 Condition Report: Cleaned and lightly recoated original finish. Biography: In 1895, Elbert Hubbard, an Illinois native and socialist-leaning traveling salesman, founded the Roycroft reformist community in East Aurora, New York, just outside of Buffalo. The members of this settlement came to be called Roycrofters. Although the appellation derived from two printers in the gr
Lita Albuquerque (American, b. 1946) Quelle est la couleur de mon amour, 1982 mixed media and collage signed and dated lower right 22 1/8" x 29 5/8" Estimate $800-1,200 Condition Report: Frame: 24 1/2" x 32" Not examined out of frame. Overall good condition.
Walter von Nessen (1889-1943) for Chase Brass & Copper supper bell USA, 1930s cast bronze, nickel-plated steel unmarked 2"dia x 2 1/2"h Estimate $700-900 Condition Report: Very good vintage condition with age-appropriate light scratching and patina.
Glenn Olson (Canadian, b. 1945) Polar Bear on Iceberg, 1987 oil on board signed and dated lower right 15 3/8" x 27 1/4" Estimate $800-1,200 Condition Report: Frame: 24 1/2" x 36 1/8" Not examined out of frame. Slight surface dirt overall. Good condition.
Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) chambersticks, pair, #74 Eastwood, New York hammered copper each with stamped marks 7"dia x 9"h Provenance: The Collection of Rich and Patty Thumann, Tacoma, Washington Estimate $600-800 Condition Report: Some wear to original patina on each. Discoloration from wax. Cleaning to the bobeches. Base of one is uneven. Biography: American Arts and Crafts leader Gustav Stickley was born in 1858 in Osceola, Wisconsin to German immigrant parents. At age 12, he earned his jour
Kataro Shirayamadani (1865-1948) for Rookwood Pottery scenic Vellum banded landscape vase, #1858D Cincinnati, Ohio, 1912 matte glazed ceramic impressed marks 4 7/8"dia x 8 7/8"h Estimate $1,000-2,000 Condition Report: No cracks, chips or repairs.
William Seltzer Rice (American, 1873-1963) Pastoral color woodcut titled and signed in pencil 4 3/4" x 4 1/4" Catalog Note: William Seltzer Rice not only gained national recognition for his printmaking, but he embodied the Craftsman spirit by exploring a variety of media. In addition to painting with watercolor and oil, he worked in ceramics, hammered copper, leathercraft and photography. He was also an innovative printmaker exploring the techniques of monotype, etching and lithography. Estimate
Charles P. Limbert Co. smoker's foot stool, #225 Grand Rapids, Michigan oak, leather, copper branded signature 18 1/4"w x 12 1/2"d x 12 1/2"h Estimate $300-500 Condition Report: Lightly recoated original finish. Nicely replaced leather seat. All original hardware. Couple minor edge chips. Overall in excellent original condition. Biography: Originally from Linesville, Pennsylvania, Charles P. Limbert was born in 1854 into the furniture business. His father was a dealer who trained Limbert once th
Elizabeth Overbeck (1875-1936) & Mary Francis Overbeck (1878-1955) for Overbeck Pottery bowl with carved band of stylized birds Cambridge City, Indiana matte glazed ceramic incised marks together with a matching flower frog 5"dia x 3 1/8"h Estimate $2,000-3,000 Condition Report: Tight 3/8" hairline to the rim, does not go through.
Teco, Fritz Albert (1865-1940), designer two-handled vase, #283 Chicago, Illinois matte brown glazed ceramic two impressed marks 5 1/4"w x 5"d x 9 1/4"h Estimate $400-600 Condition Report: No cracks, chips or repairs. Biography: In 1881, lawyer William Day Gates founded the American Terra Cotta Tile and Ceramic Company in Terra Cotta, Illinois, close to Crystal Lake, about 50 miles northwest of Chicago. Along with producing the first architectural terra cotta in America, especially for Prairie S
Austrian Secessionist chunk jewel table lamp patinated metal, copper, opalescent glass unsigned 12 3/4"dia x 22 1/4"h Estimate $800-1,200 Condition Report: New patina throughout with wax overcoat. All of the inset glass jewels are without cracks and each are secure. It has new wiring and works well.
Clarence Holbrook Carter (American, 1904-2000) Autumn, 1959 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left 34" x 46" Provenance: Hirschl & Adler Gallery (APG Stock Number) Corporate Art Collection, Pennsylvania Property from an Ohio Collection Estimate $4,000-6,000 Condition Report: Frame: 35 1/2" x 47 1/4" Not examined out of frame and glazing. Negligable surface dirt. A few small strokes of inpainting visible in the upper left quadrant. Overall good condition.
Tiffany Studios Junior floor lamp with geometric shade and Moorish-influenced heat cap New York, New York bronze, stained glass base: marked Tiffany Studios, New York, #379, shade: Tiffany Studios, New York, #1501 overall: 22"dia x 68"h Estimate $20,000-30,000 Condition Report: Original patina. Excellent condition. Biography: Born in New York City in 1848, Louis Comfort Tiffany was the oldest son of Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder of Tiffany & Co. He was raised in an atmosphere of tremendous weal
Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) rare table lamp with reed shade, similar to #611 Eastwood, New York wood, copper, wicker, silk 14"dia x 22"h Estimate $2,000-3,000 Condition Report: Two socket base. Original sockets. Replaced silk liner. Original patina. Biography: American Arts and Crafts leader Gustav Stickley was born in 1858 in Osceola, Wisconsin to German immigrant parents. At age 12, he earned his journeyman’s license in stonemasonry; at 17, he began work in his uncle’s chair factory, where he
Rico Baltensweiler (1920-1987) & Rosmarie Baltensweiler (b. 1927) articulating lamp, #60 T Switzerland, circa 1950 chrome-plated steel, enameled aluminum unmarked 21 1/2"w x 8 3/4"d x 22"h Estimate $500-700 Condition Report: Minor indentation and surface scratches to shade. Very good vintage condtion.
Elizabeth Norton (American, 1887-1985) Beach, Provincetown, 1922 color woodcut inscribed, signed, stamped and dated 11 1/8" x 6 5/8" Catalog Note: Elizabeth Norton, originally from Chicago, attended the School of the Art Institute, the Art Students League, the National Academy of Design and the Chase School in New York before making her home in San Francisco. On both coasts, she had a significant role in the printmaking community. Estimate $500-700 Condition Report: Framed: 12 3/8" x 12 3/8" ple
Ward Bennett (1917-2003) for Brickell Associates Sled lounge chairs, pair USA, 1970s wicker, chrome-plated steel unmarked 29"w x 27"d x 29"h Estimate $2,500-3,500 Condition Report: Minor oxidation and light surface scratches to frame. No breaks apparent to cane. Very good vintage condition and ready for use.
Teco, Holmes Smith, designer Roman salad bowl. #400 Chicago, Illinois matte green and high glazed white ceramic impressed mark 11 7/8"dia x 5 7/8"h Estimate $1,000-2,000 Condition Report: Glaze flake to interior. Biography: In 1881, lawyer William Day Gates founded the American Terra Cotta Tile and Ceramic Company in Terra Cotta, Illinois, close to Crystal Lake, about 50 miles northwest of Chicago. Along with producing the first architectural terra cotta in America, especially for Prairie School
The Roycrofters waste basket, #023 East Aurora, New York birdseye maple signed with carved orb 12"sq x 13"h Estimate $900-1,200 Condition Report: Recoated original finish. Some drips visible. Structurally sound. Biography: In 1895, Elbert Hubbard, an Illinois native and socialist-leaning traveling salesman, founded the Roycroft reformist community in East Aurora, New York, just outside of Buffalo. The members of this settlement came to be called Roycrofters. Although the appellation derived from
Fausto Giusto (Italian, 1867-1941) Grandpa's Snuff oil on canvas signed lower left 21 3/4" x 33 5/8" Estimate $800-1,200 Condition Report: Frame: 33 7/8" x 45 5/8" Craquelure 2 1/2 inches across top and throughout. Inpainting lower right corner. Lined canvas. Good condition.