Friday features pristine automobiles including a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible, 427, 435 HP in ‘Rally’ red, with a white convertible top. A 1969 Buick Electra 225, 2-door convertible, in light gray and black convertible top, both complete frame up restorations. Also a 2006 modified Chevrolet corvette, red in color, two removable hard tops, custom dyno-tuned, supercharger and more. Fine art including Frederic Remington (American 1861-1909) collage made up of a drawing and cut signature. Erte (Romain De Tirtoff) serigraphs and lithographs. A collection of Disney and Warner Brothers animation cells, drawings and watercolors. Rugs including Navajo wool rugs, assorted Persian runners and rugs. Jewelry items including a Daumier 14kt white gold and diamond lady’s wristwatch, a 7.00 ct opal and 22kt yellow gold ring. Contemporary furniture including marble end tables, brass and glass sofa table, mid-century modern tufted bench and a Lane Furniture contemporary leather recliner and ottoman. Fine glass items including Steuben, Lalique and a French art deco opalescent glass vase. A large collection of Chinese porcelain vases, bowls, stone stamp, marble seal, etc. A collection of pottery jardinieres and pedestals by R.R.P. and Roseville. Firearms including a Model 1849, nickel plated percussion cap pocket pistol. A pair of French pin fire double barrel .38 cal pistols and a Washington Arms Co. six-barrel .31 cal. pepperbox pistol. A WW2 German Kriegsmarine dress dagger and a German WWII Gorget inscribed “Reichs-Luft-Aufsicht”, possibly Luftwaffe. Sports items including an autographed photo of the Detroit Red Wings ‘Production Line’ signed by Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay and Sid Able. Vince Lombardi and Ron Kramer signatures. Lombardi signature is on a check to Packers lineman Ron Skoronski, dated 7/18/59. Autographed baseballs signed by Ted Williams, Joe Dimaggio and Hank Aaron; 1954 and 68 Detroit Tigers team signed American League baseballs. Finally, coins including U.S. Morgan, Buffalo Indian Head; a collection of Canadian King George and Queen Victoria pennies to name a few.
A selection of late 19th and early 20th century art glass objects opens our Saturday sale, beginning with a Quezal Melba iridescent perfume bottle and delicate blue glass enameled vase by Emile Galle; continuing on with cameo glass vases by Thomas Webb & Sons, Daum, and Galle. Saturday also includes decorative objects and artwork from the collection of Stanley and the late Barbara Carlson. Following with sterling silver flatware including Gorham ‘Madam Jumel’, ‘Lyric’, and ‘Etruscan’, Westmorland ‘Milburn Rose’, Georg Jensen ‘Acanthus’, and a unique Austrian 800 silver flatware service; sets of Mexican sterling chargers by Juventino Lopez and Wallace, and a Tiffany & Co. sterling loving cup or trophy, circa 1900. A classic pair of 1.40ct round diamond stud earrings; Mikimoto 14mm pearl earrings and a double strand necklace, numerous sparkling diamond rings, 18kt yellow gold bracelets, and citrines, amethysts, emeralds and cocktail rings and bracelets to enjoy. A wide range of decorative objects follows, a collection of Royal Copenhagen porcelain serving pieces and dinnerware, patterns ‘Blue Fluted Full Lace, Half Lace, and Plain’; a white earthenware plaque by Pablo Picasso, ‘Profil de Jacqueline’; Tiffany Studios pottery vases. Many lots of lamps to choose from, and of note a Pairpoint puffy boudoir lamp, many Tiffany style glass table lamps, Bradley & Hubbard and brass student lamps. An art glass assemblage of iridescent vases and vessels, Victorian cased, satin, Peach Blow, Burmese, and Amberina glasswares; other makers featured include Mont Joye, Galle and Emile Galle, Daum and Daum Nancy, Loetz, Weller, Steuben, L.C. Tiffany, Quezal, and Thomas Webb & Sons. Stemware of Waterford ‘Clarendon Ruby’ and barware; numerous lots of Waterford patterns to choose from; Baccarat ‘Capri’ stemware and a ‘Paris’ decanter; and American Brilliant Period cut glass items. Furnishings from more traditional tastes to modern; Persian, Pakistani, and Afghan rugs from antique to modern. Ending with decorative objects including porcelain services by Charles Ahrenfeldt for Limoges, Bing & Grondahl, Minton, Theodore Haviland, Lenox, and others; Rookwood pottery vases, English and Italian majolica pottery, and Staffordshire figurines.
From the Collection of Stanley and the late Barbara Carlson: oil paintings by Walter E. Baum, John J. Stroble, Antonio Alcantara, A. Jacques, William Lester Stevens, Royal Hill Milleson, Randolph Coats, Reva Shwayder, attributed to John Joseph Enneking and others plus a Charles Culver watercolor. Additional fine arts of note by the following to name but a few: Alexander Calder; Joan Miro, Bridget Riley, Pablo Picasso, Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz, Raphael Soyer, Robert Harvey, Joseph Piccillo, Rodger A. Mack, John N. Battenberg, Michael Price, Max Weber, Mathias Joseph Alten, Douglas Arthur Teed, John Francis Murphy, Edmund Osthaus, Edward Harrison May, Sir David Wilkie, Edmund Adler, Max Liebermann, Carlos Lopez, Robert Hopkin, Dusan Kadlec, J. Dalbreus, Frederick Hart, Mikhail Shapiro, Jean Paul Riopelle and William Lester Stevens. Also of note: 52” high hand carved walnut Stations of the Cross, set of 14, Oriental rugs and fine jewelry including unmounted gemstones.