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Sample Auction with Listing Only - January 1st, 2017 10:00 AM

Item Description Price Bidder Qty.
1.Large unglazed Catawba valley 2-handled crock, attributed to Hilton Pottery, 15.25", some chips to rim Est. 50-90. ________ ________ ________
2.Salt glazed basin, rare, Randolph County, 19th century, hairlines & minor chips, 12.5" x 6" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
3.Green glaze lamp, 1930s, J. B. Cole Pottery, 12" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
4.Carolina Pottery bent bowl vase, stamped, 4" x 8" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
5.A. R. Cole crystal blue pedestal vase with split handles, 7" x 13.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
6.Old Salem slip decorated earthenware presentation dish, a few glaze flakes on rim, 9.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
7.Auman shouldered vase--arts & crafts style--1920s-30s, painted bottom, 4.25" x 6.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
8.Deep Blue glazed center bowl vase--Neolia Cole--1986, 4" x 12.25" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
9.Pisgah Forest bulb bowl in turquoise and rose glaze 1939, 3" x 8.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
10.Cobalt under salt glaze teapot, attributed to J. B. Cole or Auman Pottery, 1920s-30s, lid missing, 6" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
11.Rare sine wave decorated pitcher, late 19th -early 20th c. Catawba Valley region, small chip on spout, 5" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
12.Pedestal vase with cobalt and pink crystalline glaze, possibly Smithfield, 8" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
13.North State Pottery mini jug with double glaze, 2nd stamp, 3.75" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
14.19th century redware food mold with initials "V. O." in slip, minor wear, 4.5" x 10" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
15.2-handle vase with teal and reduction red highlighted glaze, 8.25" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
16.J. B. Cole Pottery yellow glazed elephant trunk pitcher made by Philmore Graves, 10" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
17.Brown glazed Rebecca pitcher, Glenn Art Pottery, Joe Owen, 10" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
18.A. R. Cole Multicolor split handles apothecary jar, 6.25" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
19.Pair buff earthenware candlesticks, Auman Pottery, tight hairline drying crack on one base, 8.25" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
20.Very rare salt glazed jug, Wilkes Co., 2 stamped marks "A F JOHNSON ROARING RIVER N C", handle missing, 1/4" hole in side, 10" Est. 200-300 ________ ________ ________
21.A. R. Cole sponged multicolor and crazed glaze split handled vase, unsigned, 6.75" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
22.Salt glazed pitcher with incised bands and footed base, 9.5" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
23.A. R. Cole black glazed apothecary jar with yellow lightening streaks, one tiny glaze flake, 5.5" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
24.Folk art pig with riders, Ram Pottery, Vicki Miller, 9" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
25.Lidded pitcher and two mugs--Cole Pottery, 7.5"/ 4.25" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
26.Set of 2 blue mini Rebecca pitchers, 2.25"/2.75" Est. 15-30 ________ ________ ________
27.Yellow glazed mini cream and sugar, 1.25" Est. 20-30 ________ ________ ________
28.Pair of mini pitchers attributed to Celia Cole, tiny chip on one rim edge, 1.25" Est. 20-30 ________ ________ ________
29.Mottled brown vase with two loop handles on waist attributed to Smithfield Art Pottery, 8" Est. 50-75 ________ ________ ________
30.Light blue neck vase with unique stamped mark, attributed to J. B. Cole Pottery, 9.75" Est. 50-80 ________ ________ ________
31.Chest of Drawers, NC, 19th c., walnut, Southern yellow pine secondary, 2 upper slightly projecting drawers over 3 graduated drawers, flanked by half turned applied columns, paneled sides, turned feet, 45" x 47" x 19.5" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
32.Mantel Clock, American, c. 1840, case w/mahogany veneer, ogee crest and base, re-gilded half columns, brass works, eglomise painting of flowers, clock reworked, 24" x10" x5" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
33.Satsuma style Candlestick, cream background, red, green & gilt floral decoration, repaired, 12.5" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
34.Cut Crystal Stemware, unmarked, mid 20th c., 8 champagnes, 7 wines, 6 sherries, 8 waters, 8 lunch plates, 8"d. plate, cut feather pattern. Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
35.Cut Glass Tall Pitcher, early 20th c., strawberry & star pattern, small chip to spout, 12" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
36.Apothecary Globe, late 19th c., clear blown glass globe, w/metal collar and base, 22" Est. R. 600-800 ________ ________ ________
37.Wall Mirror, American, c. 1840, upper eglomise scene of house by stream, lower mirror, gilt frame of applied half columns, corners w/rosettes, 31.5" x 16" Est. 250-350 ________ ________ ________
38.Silver Plate Pocket Flask, one side dated 1898 & monogrammed, sailing vessel on other side, 5" 4" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
39.Pair of Limoges Vases, early 20th c., flared rim, signed "EG hand painted Limoges" on base, predominately yellow & blue field w/floral medallion, 9.5" x 7" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
40.Pier Table, Baltimore, MD, 19th c., mahogany & mahogany veneer, 1 board top of Santa Domingo mahogany, applied molding to edge, matched veneered frieze, tall columnar legs w/Corinthian capital and square plinth over ball feet, some molding reglued, one small piece missing, 2 holes drilled in top, 38.5" x 48" x 22". Reference: Furniture in Maryland 1740-1940, by Gregory R. Weidman, pg. 142 & 192, for similar examples. Est. 500-1500 ________ ________ ________
41.OOC signed LR - A. Millrose, 19th c., British, seascape, framed, ID 11.75" x 23.5" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
42.Wall Hanging, embroidered flower baskets, scrolled leaves, central applied coat of arms, dark red field, bordered edges, c. 1900, 34" x 102" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
43.OOC, 19th c., harbor scene w/galleons, period wood frame w/raised composition decoration of fern & floral motif, each corner raised embellishment, beaded border, ID 20.5" x 26.5", OA 27.5" x 33.5" Est. 200-300 ________ ________ ________
44.Mezzotint, hand colored, John Jones engraver, Wm Bigg artist (1755-1828), "Black Monday", framed, 23" x 28" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
45.Mezzotint, hand colored, engraved by G. Keating, painted by G. Morland, "Children Playing at Soldiers", 1788, framed, 22.5" x 27.75" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
46.Red Painted Blanket Chest, NC, c. 1830-40, tulip poplar, hinged lid w/applied molding, till, dovetailed case w/shaped bracket feet w/spurs, interior w/remnants of old newspapers "Raleigh, NC 1844" w/slave trading reference, 21" x 44" x 18.5" Est. 500-800 ________ ________ ________
47.Crochet Bed Cover, Skinner Family made- Durham, NC, circle & star pattern w/knotted fringe border, 75" x 100" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
48.Carriage Blanket, Skinner Family- Durham, NC, belonged to Mrs. Skinner's Grandfather, late 19th c., central dog w/glass eyes, some wear, 45" x 60" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
49.Quilt, large central star composed of various pastel diamond shapes, white background, c. 1900, 78" x 68" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
50.Farm Table, Southern, 2 board poplar top, pegged Southern yellow pine base, square tapered leg, top applied w/cut nails, angled corners, 29" x 7' 3.5" x 37", 22.5" skirt height. Est. 800-1200 ________ ________ ________
51.Set of 6 Country Chairs, Northampton Co., NC, 19th c., mixed woods, finial post w/double shaped back splat, replaced splint seat, 31", 13.5" seat height. Est. 250-450 ________ ________ ________
52.Miniature Buttocks Basket, 19th c., Southern, small tightly woven splint, 3.5" x 4.25" x 3.75" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
53.Painted Hanging Basket, Southern, c. 1900, flat back, wide splint, old blue paint, some rim splint missing, 13.5 " x 13" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
54.Food Mold, American, second half of the 19th c., oval shape, fluted tin sides, relief eagle on the top, appears to be metal over copper, 4" x 5" x 7" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
55.Cake Mold, cast iron in the shape of a lamb, two parts, 8" x 12" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
56.Cast Iron Fluter, 2 piece, pat. 1866 Geneva, Illinois, 5" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
57.Candlestand, CT, early 19th c., cherry, "Hockey Leg", rectangular top w/shaped corner, lower circular shelf, strongly splayed and down swept legs, 29" x 17" x 15". Est. 500-700 ________ ________ ________
58.Folky Spool Bookcase, Southern, early 20th c., 4 shelf bookcase w/supports and feet made of large spools, smaller applied spool gallery, 40" x 32" x 10" Est. 250-450 ________ ________ ________
59.Chest of Drawers, American, 19th c., walnut case w/cherry drawer fronts, poplar & white pine secondary, large upper drawer supported by folky cyma scrolls over 3 graduated drawers, turned feet, old mustard paint decoration to entire front, 43" x 41" 21" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
60.Work Table, Virginia, 19th c., walnut, poplar secondary, 2 board top, single lipped drawer, square tapered legs ending in small square point, wear throughout, 27.5" x 28" x 25' Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
61.Arthur B. Davies Lithograph, American, 1862-1928, "Three Acrobats", estate stamped, foxing throughout, matted & framed, ID 17" x 11.5" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
62.Arthur B. Davies Pastel & Pencil, American, 1862-1928, "Ronnie", on tan paper, signed, c. 1920, matted & framed, ID 10" x 7.75" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
63.Arthur B. Davies Lithograph, American, 1862-1928, "Harvest Festival", signed LR, framed & matted, ID 17" x 11.5" Est. 300-400 ________ ________ ________
64.Arthur B. Davies Chalk & Charcoal, American, 1862-1928, "Grecian Robe Study", on grey paper, estate stamped, framed & matted, ID 12.75" x 7.5" Est. 200-300 ________ ________ ________
65.Sterling Silver Compote, 20th c., weighted base, reticulated rim, 5.5" x 5.5" Est. 25-45 ________ ________ ________
66.Collection of 18 Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, c. 1900, some from VA, NC, Baltimore, Atlanta, etc. Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
67.Sterling Silver Sugar Tong, pat. 1921, marked "Treasure", monogrammed, 4" Est. 20-35 ________ ________ ________
68.Pair of Sterling Silver Candelabra, International, "Lord Saybrook", weighted base, 3 stem, 14.5" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
69.Sterling Silver Flatware, Towle, "Mary Chilton" pattern c. 1912, 87pcs., pie server, 2 serving spoons, carving set, 8 iced tea spoons, 8 table spoons, 10 tea spoons, 11 salad forks, 6 ice cream forks, 6 butter knives, 8 cream/sugar spoons, 8 fruit spoons, 8 dinner forks- monogrammed, 8 dinner knives- monogrammed. Est. 400-700 ________ ________ ________
70.Chest of Drawers, Old Salem Area, NC, c. 1820, walnut, Southern yellow pine secondary, top w/shaped & lipped molding, 2 over 3 scratch beaded graduated drawers, solid end sides, straight tapered bracket foot w/shaped and gently spurred returns, red pencil signature to one drawer appears to read "Jamey or James Bur ?", replaced pulls, rear glue blocks replaced, 43" x 39" x 20" Est. 1500-2500 ________ ________ ________
71.OOC, American School, c. 1800, portrait of Gentleman, Philadelphia provenance, cleaned & relined, unframed, 23" x 17" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
72.Federal Architectural Wall Mirror, American, early 19th c., cornice w/drop balls - 1 missing, frieze w/applied swag - rosettes - & lion heads, stiles w/double rope twist columns, gilt wood & gesso, 41" x 23" Est. 250-450 ________ ________ ________
73.Watercolor, Highland Lake scene, English, early 20th c., painted by a follower of Peter DeWint (1784-1849), unsigned, framed & matted, ID 6" x 8.75" Est. 125-250 ________ ________ ________
74.Woodcut, in the Japanese style, "Valley", by William Paden, c. 1965, born in Muncie Indiana- 1930, moved to Kyato Japan, 38/50, framed & matted, ID 12" x 16.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
75.Watercolor, on paper, "The Chasm, Biaritz", by C. Whymper (1853-1941), English, matted & framed, ID 7.25" x 10" Est. 300-400 ________ ________ ________
76.Watercolor, British, 19th c., of a couple, possibly by Albert Tuck, matted & framed, ID 8.5" x 7.25" Est. 200-300 ________ ________ ________
77.Oil On Masonite, Philadelphia Impressionistic landscape, (Bridge over Poquessing Creek), framed, 15.5" x 18" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
78.Hanging Wall Cupboard, American, 19th c., two shelf w/single glass door (1 pane missing), mixed woods, tall shaped crown molding, resting on case, old surface w/original painted pattern, each side w/four panels, 41" x 34" x 17" Est. 300-600 ________ ________ ________
79.Side Table, possibly Winston Salem, NC area, cherry, 19th c., 1 board top w/shaped corners, leg w/turnings & reverse trumpet, 30" x 29.75" x 21.25" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
80.Auman Pottery ruffle edged salt glazed vase with wood fired runs on shoulder, tight hairline, 5.75" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
81.Golden glazed coffee pot, M. L. Owens, signed, 7.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
82.Folk art ink well inscribed "Ma Ma You Buy This for Me Pa Pa Wont" attrib.Baxter Welch Pottery two jugs replaced, center spout and 2 jugs chipped, 2.75" x 4" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
83.Medium blue 2-chambered monkey jug--Rare--attributed to Carolina Pottery, 8.5" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
84.Jugtown tobacco spit candlestick, 7.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
85.Seagrove Pottery face jug, 6" Est. 175-225 ________ ________ ________
86.Seagrove Pottery face jug, 8" Est. 200-250 ________ ________ ________
87.A. R. Cole multicolor split handled apothecary jar, 6.25" Est. 40-70 ________ ________ ________
88.Pair of teal folded neck vases--Seagrove area, 6.25"/8" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
89.Vase with dripped glaze decoration and fingerprint knob handles, W. N. Owen, 6.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
90.Swirl bowl and pitcher--G. F. Cole--Cole Pottery, 7"/ 2.5" x 8" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
91.A. R. Cole Crystal Green split handles bowl vase, stamped, 4.5"/ 12.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
92.Crystalline glazed pitcher, Seagrove Pottery, Dorothy Auman, 8.5" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
93.Set of three candlesticks--Waymon Cole--J. B. Cole Pottery, 5.25"/ 5.25"/ 8.75" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
94.Auman Pottery buff and cobalt candlestick, two chips on handle, 3.25" x 5.25" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
95.J. B. Cole Pottery medium blue lidded jar, 1930s, attributed to Wrenn Cole, small chip on underside of base edge, 7" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
96.C. C. Cole bell shaped vase with teal and pink interior glaze, 8" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
97.2-handled vase with multicolor glaze drips over teal glaze base, 8.25" Est. 40-70 ________ ________ ________
98.Brown and gold large apothecary jar, attributed to A. R. Cole, 8" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
99.Rare multicolor pitcher by Dorothy Auman, C. C. Cole Pottery with bas relief wagon train sculpture, handle reglued, spout chip, 7" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
100.Basket vase with clear lead glazed interior attributed to Auman Pottery, hairline on one end of handle, 7.5" x 7.75" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
101.Folk Art Sideboard, Wilkes County, NC, c. 1840, walnut, Southern yellow pine, breakfront central section has single drawer w/ substantial applied shaped border, flanked by applied zig zag molding to the stiles supported by fluted half columns, sides w/ replicating design, all over four boldly scrolled cyma feet, flush panel sides, tapered rear feet, some original sandwich glass knobs, flush panel double doors, 40"X61"X23" Est. 3200-4500 ________ ________ ________
102.Stepback Flatwall Cupboard, Wilkes County, NC, mid 19th c., walnut, poplar, 2 raised panel drawers, over single drawer, over 2 raised panel doors, shaped skirt replaced, 80.5" X 41" X 20 Est. R.1000-1500 ________ ________ ________
103.Kilgore Toy Truck, Ohio, c. 1920, Arctic ice cream truck w/ what appears to be original paint except for touch up to radiator, 3.75" X 8" Est. R. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
104.Pr. Miniature baskets, American, c. 1900, oak splint, cross band design at handle, 3.25"h X 3" X 3.5" Est. 200-400 ________ ________ ________
105.Egg Basket, 19th c., American, tight splint weave, thick splint handle incorporated into the sides of the basket minor wear, 9" X 11"d Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
106.NC Pottery Low Vase, glaze attributed to C.B. Maston, salt glaze/cobalt, not consistent on all sides, hairline extends from rim, 6" X 8"d Est. 200-300 ________ ________ ________
107.Flared Rim Pottery Vase, attributed to Teague c. 1930's earthenware, shades of orange glaze w/ 2 bands of bold blue drips, 10"h Est. 300-400 ________ ________ ________
108.Pottery Pitcher, early Southern, earthenware, applied handle, ash glaze, minor chips to rim, base chip, 11.5"h Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
109.Plantation Bed, Neo-Classical, c. 1840, mahogany and mahogany veneer, tall post each w/ reeded column and ring turnings, headboard w. scrolled & paneled with crotch mahogany veneer, 83"h Est. 800-1200 ________ ________ ________
110.Architectural Mirror, American, c. 1830, mahogany frame w/ reeded cornice and dropped acorns, original eglomise house scene, reeded half columns, 36.75" X 20" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
111.Hawkes Cut Glass Serving Bowl, low rim, stamped Hawkes, 10"d Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
112.Two Cut Glass Bon Bon Dishes, one large w/ double handled, one smaller w/ single handle, 8"d, 6"d Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
113.Two Pcs. Cut Glass, a carafe, a celery, both w/ rim chips, carafe 7"h, celery 11.5"l Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
114.Ambrotype of a Gentleman, in fair condition, 19th c., unusual composition case w/ relief scene of gentleman hunting, case in good condition, 4" X 5" Est. 20-40 ________ ________ ________
115.Eight Early Letters, three addressed to Hillsborough resident Master George Bowman from his sister in Washington NC, 1838, other letters sent from nearby NC cities. Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
116.Chest of Drawers, NC, 2nd half 19th, walnut, Southern yellow pine, shaped applied folky backsplash bracket feet, paneled sides, 50.5" X 39" X 19.5" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
117.Inlaid Lap Desk, , hinged lid, w/interracially inlaid central eagle & linear inlay surrounding it, decorative pierced backsplash, 7" X 17.5" X 11" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
118.Arthur B. Davis, Chalk and Charcoal on Grey Paper, American, 1862-1928, "American Beauty", estate stamped Est. 400-500 ________ ________ ________
119.Arthur B. Davis, Pencil, American, 1862-1928, pencil study of cows on paper, estate stamped, matted & framed, 8.5" X 5.5" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
120.Arthur B. Davis, Pencil Sketch, American, 1862-1928, sketch of ship and boat on the Hudson, estate stamped, matted & framed, 3.5" x 4' Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
121.Mantel Clock w/China Case, works by Ansonia Clock Co., NY, c. 1900, case w/daffodil & scroll motif, works are 8 day movement, beveled glass face, brass bezel, 13" Est. 250-350 ________ ________ ________
122.Pair of Marble Top Side Tables, Belgian oak, each w/ single drawer over simple door, figured marble top, 21.5" X 16" X 16" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
123.Chinese Garden Seat, blue & white porcelain, barrel shape, 18" X 13" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
124.Porcelain Figural Lamp, early 20th c., boy & girl w/musical instruments, 17" to top of figural. Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
125.Louis XV Style Commode, late 19thc., probably French, rose marble top, small single drawer over single door, interior w/ porcelain insert, case w/matched mahogany veneers, tall elegant carved cabriole leg, 33.5" X 15" X 14.5" Est. 350-450 ________ ________ ________
126.Louis Phillipe Bureau, 19th c., mahogany, 1 piece form, slant top w/hinged lid and tooled leather surface, over 2 side by side locking drawers, 2 columns of removable lock side file drawers, 57" X 49" X 25.5" Est. 800-1500 ________ ________ ________
127.Limoges Chocolate Set, "Elite Works", consisting of a chocolate pot & 6 cups & saucers, handpainted in Art Nouveau tulip pattern, pot w/gilded spout & handle, artist signed, 2 cups & saucers as-is, pot is 9.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
128.Baccarat Condiment, clear lead crystal, form w/ fluted sides, lid w/ domed faceted finial, stamped on bottom, w/ signed serving spoon, 4.5"h Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
129.Pair of Compotes, Val St. Lambert, clear lead crystal, signed on bottom & w/original label, 4.5"h X 6.25"h Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
130.Set of Six Chippendale Style Dining Side Chairs, late 19th c., mahogany, pierced backsplash, slip seat, ball & claw feet, one w/splat repair, chair ht. 41.25" Est. R. 1500-2500 ________ ________ ________
131.Double Pedestal Dining Table, solid mahogany, English, early 20th c., removable center leaf, brass paw feet on casters, 29.5" x 90.5" X 45" Est. 500-1000 ________ ________ ________
132.Bais Relief, of Greek athlete throwing discus, plaster, w/ Greek writing en verso, 31.5" X 22.5" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
133.Classical Overmantel Mirror, 1830-1840, American, molded cornice, 3 panels of glass, bordered by applied half columns w/raised floral decoration, gilded, 25" X 62.5" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
134.Two Court Figures, from a Tryon NC estate where they were attributed to the Tang Dynasty (c. 600-700 AD) and appraised for $4800.00, clay w/ traces of original paint, 9"h Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
135.Chinese Box, double doors, black painted case, w/worked brass hinges and escutcheon, shelved interior, 16.5" X 20" X 12.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
136.Chest of Drawers, Chippendale style, American, 19th, mahogany & mahogany veneers, white pine, top w/ line inlay border, two over three graduated drawers w/ applied cock beading, replaced brasses, replaced ogee bracket feet, 36.5" X 39.5" X 20" Est. 500-700 ________ ________ ________
137.Engraving, drawn by Audubon, by W.E. Hitchcock, "Columbian Black Tailed Deer", matted & framed, 6" X 9" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
138.Watercolor, on paper, Robert Winter, English, c. 1910, landscape showing river and village nearby, matted & framed, some overall spotting, 14" X 20.5" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
139.Watercolor, Swedish, 20th c., "Missouri Mill", Helge Ederstrom, matted & framed, ID 14 1/4" X 21.5" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
140.Watercolor, on paper, view on NC mountains, unknown artist, matted & framed,ID 13.75" X 16.5" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
141.Bucket Bench, American, mortised through, half moon legs, old worn light green paint, 17.5" X 61" X 12" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
142.Group of 4 Black Americana Postcards, three marked litho-chrome, Germany, and one entitled "Golly, Somebody's Comin," by Raphael Tuck & Sons, photo copyright 1897 Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
143.Black Cloth Doll, early 20th c., hand stitched features and clothing, 12" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
144.Two pcs. of Doll Furniture, painted w/floral decoration, a hutch and a table, 7" & 6" Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
145.Group of European watercolors, oils and engravings, 19th c., 24 pcs., several watercolors w/ edge damage, various sizes, unframed. Est. 250-350 ________ ________ ________
146.Two Collectors Plates, Duke University, by Wedgwood, English, Vista of Chapel 1930, and The Library, blue and white, 10.5" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
147.Two Collectors Plates, Duke University by Wedgwood, English, Union and Auditorium 1925, and Vista of Chapel 1930, blue and white, 10.5" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
148.Bulls-Eye Mirror, American, 19th c., cove molded frame w/egg & dart pattern, inner lining of ebonized wood, 17" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
149.Pembroke Table, Chippendale, 1780-1790, Philadelphia area, mahogany, poplar & white pine, single board top and single board shaped leaves, single drawer w/ scratch bead (replaced brass), square tapered molded leg, 28 3/8" X 20.5" X 30", leaf 11" Est. R. 1500-2500 ________ ________ ________
150.Chippendale Style Corner Cupboard, early 19th c., mahogany, great diminutive form, swans neck pediment terminating in rosettes, single hinged arched mullioned door, butterfly shelves, stiles w/applied reeding, two lower doors, spurred bracket feet, overall strong architectural elements, 86"h X 41" X 20" ( 28" corner) Est. R. 3000-4000 ________ ________ ________
151.Sunset Mountain chrome red vase, 1930s, some glaze flaking and small, shallow chips,9" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
152.Early to mid 19th century shouldered salt glazed pitcher, rim chip and small chips on handle,10.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
153.The Moravian Potters in North Carolina, by the late John Bivins, Jr., first edition, Old Salem Series, Univ. of NC Press, Chapel Hill, NC. Est. 50-75 ________ ________ ________
154.Potters of the Catawba Valley--Rare and very hard to find, wear to the cover, Daisy Wade Bridges, Mint Museum, third printing, 1984. Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
155.Tall swirl teapot--Gary Mitchell--Catawba Valley area, 13" Est. 40-60 ________ ________ ________
156.Swirl teapot--Gary Mitchell--Catawba Valley area, 9" Est. 40-60 ________ ________ ________
157.Multicolor folk art rooster, William Flowers, 13" Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
158.Pair salt glazed and cobalt drip candlesticks, Larry Moore, brother to Charles Moore, 12.5" Est. 50-75 ________ ________ ________
159.Mottled yellow Roman pitcher, A. R. Cole, 12.25" Est. 120-160 ________ ________ ________
160.Snake jug, Albert Hodge, 12" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
161.Cole Pottery planter vase with ring handles, kiln kiss on side, 10.75" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
162.Early 19th century salt glazed ovoid jug, attrib. To Alamance County, 14" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
163.North State blue glazed vase--2nd stamp, tiny glaze flakes on base edge,4.75" Est. 40-60 ________ ________ ________
164.Craven School salt glazed crock, 19th century, minor wear, 11.75" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
165.Light blue urn with twist handles and incised rings around body, attributed to Carolina Pottery, 14" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
166.Matte green glazed two-handled tray, J. B. Cole Pottery, unsigned, 17" x 19.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
167.Folk art alligator, Ram Pottery, Claude Miller, Ashe Co., 21.5" Est. 50-75 ________ ________ ________
168.Floor urn in green paint with coggled band, Joe Owen Pottery, 17.75" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
169.Joe Owen two-handled urn with coggled band, kiln kiss on side, 18" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
170.Three Pcs.; 3 salt glazed lidded storage jars, Randolph or Moore County, 9" w/rim chips; 11.5" chip to lid & hairline to rim; 8.5" good Est. 125-200 ________ ________ ________
171.Two Pcs.; Painted arts & crafts vase and penny bank--Catawba Valley region, paint wear, 6" x 5.25"; Earthenware barrel penny bank with old wagon paint, 3.75" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
172.Three Pcs.; Joe Owen ovoid mini jug, 3.5"; Joe Owen brown glazed vase, 5.25"; Brown and white sponged Rebekah pitcher, Joe Owen Pottery, 9.75" Est. 125-200 ________ ________ ________
173.Three Pcs.; Salt glazed mini jug, 4"; Salt glazed buggy jug, 5.5"; Salt glazed ovoid pint jug, 5" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
174.Pair Chester Webster salt glazed jugs, attrib. B. Y. Craven Pottery, 19th century, handles missing, 8.25"/ 10" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
175.Two Pcs.; Jugtown salt glazed birdhouse, 7"; Jugtown--Vernon Owens--crackle glazed dogwood vase, 6.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
176.Set of four Rebekah pitchers, two rim chips on one, 5.25"/6"/6.75"/6.75" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
177.Three Pcs.; 2-handled vase with black painted surface and cardinal decoration, 7.5"; Vase w/painted surface & parrot decoration, glazed interior, 8"; 2-handled vase with black painted surface and bluebird decoration, Brown Pottery, 1920s-30s, 6.5" Est. 150-200 ________ ________ ________
178.Two jars w/clay marbles, Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
179.Four Pcs.; Pair of mini face jugs, Robert Armfield and unknown maker, 3.75"/1.75"; Two Mini face jugs, swirl, by Albert Hodge, 2.5"/3" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
180.Set of three chrome red miniatures, minor chips on rims, 2"/2"/3.25" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
181.Red Painted Blanket Chest, mid 19th c., New England, white pine, nicely molded edge to the top, turned feet, 22" X 44" X 19" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
182.Carved Dresser Box, pine, late 19th c., relief carved roses to lid, front and sides, 4.5" X 2.5" X 8.5" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
183.Two Drawer Side Stand, mid 19th c., PA., walnut, white pine, nice diminutive form, flush stiles, ring turned legs, 29" X 16.5" X 16" Est. 600-900 ________ ________ ________
184.Pair of Ladder Back Chairs, late 19th c., elongated finial, four shaped back splats, rush seat, 45"h Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
185.Candlestand, c. 1780, PA or New England, Country Queen Anne, tilt top tea table, cherry, octagonal top, birdcage attachment to tripod base, knee w/raised element to front and drop to underside, iron brace w/ rose head nails to standard, 28"h X 24.5" X 21.5" Est. R. 1500-2500 ________ ________ ________
186.Oil on Canvas, American School, Portrait of a gentleman, signed en verso "E. Butler 1830", landscape in background, white pine stretcher, unframed, 30" X 25" Est. 200-500 ________ ________ ________
189.Oil on Canvas, still life by Anthony Payton, English, framed, 19.25" X 15.25" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
190.Candlebox, American, probably PA, cherry, dovetailed case w/sliding lid, 4"h X 11" X 8d" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
191.Art Deco Style Floor Lamp, stepped glass shade, green, gold & black shaft, footed verdigris base, 73" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
192.Movie Poster, 1940's c., oil on board, signed, Phil Brinkman, possibly Joan Crawford, 44" X 32" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
193.Pickard Pitcher, hand painted china, artist signed, upper half w/garden & roses, bottom w/gilt, 5.5" X 7d" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
194.Pair of Low Vases, probably Copenhagen Denmark, c. 1900, raised brown and cobalt decoration over white porcelain body, 4.5"h Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
195.Immigrant Chest, Continental, late 18th c., oak, dome top, dove tailed case, wrought iron strapping to top & sides of case, wide iron handles to sides, replaced feet, 29.5" X 46" X 21" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
196.Group of Four Umbrellas, turn of the century, gold filled handles w/mother of pearl decoration, condition as is, 37" length approx. Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
197.Quilt, Skinner Family made, Durham NC, patchwork of plaids and suit fabric, some minor moth damage, 76" X 71" Est. 50-75 ________ ________ ________
198.Grain Bin, mid-Atlantic, 19th c., poplar, white pine, old blue painted surface, hinged lid, champhered feet, 37" X 49" X 22" Est. 200-400 ________ ________ ________
199.One Drawer Side Stand, dated in drawer 1841, found in McClellansville SC, mixed woods, single drawer w/bead and legs w/bead, 30.25" X 25.5" X 21" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
201.Early Dirt Dish, wear & expansion cracking, 10" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
202.Early Dirt Dish, wear, chips & expansion cracking, 9.25" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
203.Two NorthState Chinese blue mini pitchers, 2"/3" Est. 70-100 ________ ________ ________
204.Set of three teal mini pitchers, slight glaze flaking, 1.25"/1.75" Est. 20-40 ________ ________ ________
205.Four Pcs.; Blue mini pitcher and blue mini jug, 2.75"/2.75"; Dark blue mini jug with tall neck, glaze flakes, 3.5"; Teal ovoid mini jug, 3.25" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
206.Four Pcs.; Salt glazed mini jug, 3"; Pair of multi-colored mini jugs, 2.5"; Albany slip Catawba Valley mini jug, 2.5" Est. 50-80 ________ ________ ________
207.Pair Mini jugs, Owens Pottery, Billy Ray Hussey, salt glaze and cobalt, 3"/3.5" Est. 40-60 ________ ________ ________
208.Two Pcs.; Jugtown tobacco spit dome lidded soup bowl, minor glaze flake on rim, 4" x 5.5"; Jugtown tobacco spit dinner plate, small glaze flake on rim, 10.25" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
209.Two Pcs.; Smithfield Art Pottery chrome red jug, 1930s, attrib. To Charlie Craven, small glaze flake on side, 6"; Early lead glazed and cobalt pint jug attributed to Daniel Craven Pottery, Steeds, NC, glaze loss, 5.25" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
210.Two Pcs.; Green glazed birdhouse, J. B. Cole Pottery, 5.5"; J. B. Cole matte green glazed basket vase, unsigned, several tiny glaze flakes, 5.25" x 9.25" Est. 60-100 ________ ________ ________
211.Three Pcs.; G. F. Cole brown and cream glazed cream and sugar, 3.25"/4"; G. F. Cole swirl bottle vase, signed & stamped, 6.25" Est. 90-140 ________ ________ ________
212.Three Pcs.; Auman Pottery buff lead glazed flower frog, 3" x 3.5"; Clear lead glazed snuff jar & mini pitcher attributed to Auman Pottery, 3.25"/3" Est. 60-90 ________ ________ ________
213.Three Pcs.; Cole multicolor vase with mason stains, 5"; Multi-colored vase att. To A.R. Cole, 5.5"; A.R. Cole mug w/multi-color glaze, 4" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
214.Three Pcs.; Smithfield Art Pottery mini jug with 2-color glaze attributed to Charlie Craven--1930s, glaze chip on base edge, 3.75"; Smithfield Art Pottery black pansy jug attributed to Charlie Craven--1930s, 4.25"; Blue pinch mini vase, att. To Smithfield Art Pottery by Bill Gordy, 2.5" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
215.Four Pcs.; Pair of green and pink mini pitchers, 1.5"/1.75"; Teal mini jug and copper reduction mini vase, small glaze chip on jug, 2"/2.5" Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
216.Two Jugtown salt glazed ovoid candle jugs, 5"/4" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
217.Two Jugtown salt glazed ovoid candle jugs, 5"/4" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
218.Three Pcs.; Rare salt glazed and cobalt mini pitcher attributed to Paschal Marable, 2 chips on rim, 3.5"; Cobalt under salt glaze coffee cup, attributed to J. B. Cole or Auman Pottery, 1920s-30s, small chip on rim, 2.5"; Salt glazed & cobalt mini vase, 4.25" Est. 125-200 ________ ________ ________
219.Four Pcs.; Catawba Valley mini pitcher, early to mid 20th century, 4"; Pair of salt glazed cream pitchers, 3"/3.5"; Salt glazed table pitcher - Mitchfield clay - Randolph County, 5.5" Est. 120-160 ________ ________ ________
220.Four Pcs.; Pair of small cream pitchers, one with Luray, VA decal, small chip on one rim, 3"/3.25"; Swirl clay cream pitcher attributed to Jonah Owen, 3.25"; Salt glazed mini pitcher with cobalt slip decoration, 2.75" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
221.Two Pcs.; Rare Ben Owen Master Potter tobacco spit child's teaset plate, 4.25"; Rare Ben Owen Master Potter orange child's teaset cup, 1.75" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
222.Log umbrella stand, earthenware, attributed to Harwood Graves Pottery, small chips, 20" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
223.Salt glazed churn with lid and dasher, 5 gallon, minor wear, 23" Est. 70-120 ________ ________ ________
224.Floor urn in gold and brown glaze, Seagrove area, circa 1930-40, 18" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
225.A. R. Cole rope handled urn in crystal green glaze, unsigned, one handle reglued, 18" Est. 150-250 ________ ________ ________
226.Yellow glazed Rebekah Pitcher, small glaze flakes on base edge, 17" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
227.Salt glazed churn with lid and dasher, 4 gallon, minor wear, 18" Est. 60-100 ________ ________ ________
228.Jugtown tobacco spit candlestick, tiny glaze flake on rim, 13" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
229.Salt glazed two handled jug, wood fired, David Stuempfle, 23" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
230.J. D. Craven salt glazed jar with secondary stenciled decoration, stamped JD Craven, red stenciled flower on one side, minor surface wear, 11" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
231.Colonial Revival Server, early 20th c., oak, serpentine front, single drawer w/relief carving, two lower shelves, paw foot, backsplash w/ relief carving, 44" X 51" X 22" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
232.Kentucky Long Rifle, maple full stock, c. 1830-1840, converted to percussion, iron mounted w/a single grease hole, TN, VA, NC area, double set trigger, signed SB on the barrel, missing ramrod, uncleaned condition, barrel 42.75", overall 57" Est. 400-600 ________ ________ ________
233.Spike Tomahawk, American, c. 1820, w/fluted head, traces of old red paint in flutes, hickory handle, 11.75" X 8" Est. 150-300 ________ ________ ________
234.Grain Bin, American, 19th c., white pine, old red paint, hinged slant lid, 33.5" X 27.5" X 24.5" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
235.Sterling Silver Fish Set, consisting of serving fork & 9 forks, Wallace "Concord" pattern. Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
236.Six Piece Silver Plate Coffee and Tea Set, coffee, tea, covered sugar, creamer, waste bowl and tray, silver on copper, coffee 11"h Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
237.Astoria Covered Serving Bowl, white China, gilt handles, gilt diamond banded decoration, 5.5" X 12" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
238.Brass Candlestick, Federal style, fluted column, square base, 10.5" Est. 40-80 ________ ________ ________
239.Oil on Board, depiction of a young girl in a white dress, mid 20th c., signed LR, matted & framed, ID 31" X 15" Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
240.Watercolor, on paper, of a valley in Scotland w/a storm approaching, English, early 20th c., matted & framed, ID 5.75" X 8.75" Est. 100-200 ________ ________ ________
241.One Engraving and One Etching, Westmoreland's Seat, English, 1760, and an unsigned etching of a country scene w/ extensive foxing, both matted & framed, ID 8" X 12.25" and 4" X 5.5" Est. 50-90 ________ ________ ________
242.Two Etchings, one entitled "Twickenham" and one by Bruce Robertson, "An Australian River", both matted & framed, both w/foxing, ID 7 3/8" X 12 3/8" and 7.5" X 10" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
243.Two Etchings, one by John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), London School, "North Wales", signed, an etching of cows drinking, also "North Wales", both matted & framed, with all over foxing, ID 4" X 5.5", and 5.5" X 7.25" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
244.Oil on Canvas, portrait of a gentleman, en verso printed "The Reverand J. Dighy Wingfield nephew to the Honorable RT. Earl of Digby", painted by S. Bonynge, c. 1850, cleaned, refined, and reframed, ID 35.5" X 27.5" Est. 300-500 ________ ________ ________
245.Federal Style Side Chair, mahogany, American, late 19thc., pierced back splat, slip seat, repaired, 37"h Est. 75-150 ________ ________ ________
246.Tilt Top Candlestand, New England, early 19th c., cherry, shaped top, well turned standard, tripod base w/good lift, scrolled feet, 1 leg replaced, 29.5" X 22" X 17" Est. 200-400 ________ ________ ________
247.Seven Leather Bound Books, Friends Library, marbleized covers to some, c. 1840, Philadelphia printer. Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
248.Dulcimer, Appalachian, Watauga County NC, three strings, diamond shaped sound holes, 36" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
249.Yamaha Clavinova Piano, model # CPV-98 w/bench, This is a new piano! owner paid $8000, all digital including: music style, auto accompaniment, beat & tempo, assorted instrument voices, song control, 3 1/2" floppy disk slot, 34" X 56" X 24" Est. 1000-2000 ________ ________ ________
250.Set of Six Demitasse Cups and Saucers, c. 1900, etched and engraved leaf design, ht. of cups 2.25" Est. 40-90 ________ ________ ________
251.Silver Plate Candle Snuffer w/Tray, late 19th c., unmarked, probably Sheffield, w/gadrooning to border, 9" Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
252.Document Box, Continental, mahogany case, inlaid escutcheon, turned feet, 6.5" X 9" X 6" Est. 50-100 ________ ________ ________
253.A. R. Cole crystal green cylinder vase, 11" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________
254.Tall dark clay jar vase with two handles and interior glaze--Catawba Valley region, 10.5" Est. 40-60 ________ ________ ________
255.Catawba Valley 2-handled jar with rutile alkaline glaze inside, 16.5" Est. 90-140 ________ ________ ________
256.Two Pcs.; Interior glazed arts & crafts tall neck vase with two handles--Catawba Valley region, 9"; Interior glaze jar vase with 2-handles--Catawba Valley region, 10.5" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
257.Two Pcs.; J. B. Cole dark green cut flower vase, 1930s, 7.25"; J. B. Cole light blue pansy jug, 5" Est. 80-120 ________ ________ ________
258.Five Pcs.; Set of three salt glazed candle jugs, kiln kiss on one, 2.75"/3"/3.75"; Salt glazed pint jug with salt glazed cup, 4.25"/3.25" Est. 90-140 ________ ________ ________
259.Three Pcs.; G. F. Cole blue glazed cream and sugar, 4"/4" Est. 40-70 ________ ________ ________
260.Three Pcs.; Rainbow Pottery light blue cup--A. R. Cole, 2.75"; Rainbow Pottery basket, A. R. Cole, drying crack under glaze, 7"; Rainbow Pottery, A.R. Cole spilt handle apothecary jar in teal glaze, 5.25" Est. 100-150 ________ ________ ________
261.Four Pcs.; Multicolor honey jug with original paper label and sealing wax and contents--C C Cole Pottery, 4.5"; Set of three honey jugs, 5.25"/5.5"/6.5" Est. 70-100 ________ ________ ________
262.Two Pcs.; C C Cole Pottery Williamsburg glazed Rebekah pitcher, unsigned, 8.5"; Multicolor Rebekah pitcher, 8.5" Est. 50-80 ________ ________ ________
263.Two Pcs.; A. R. Cole black glazed split handled pitcher, 5.25"; Royal Crown pitcher in crystalline golden glaze, 5.75" Est. 70-100 ________ ________ ________
264.Two Pcs.; Chrome red sugar jar and match stick holder/ashtray, 2 small chips on rim, 3"/2" Est. 30-60 ________ ________ ________
265.Nell Cole Graves mottled green chamberstick,1930s, 4.5" Est. 40-70 ________ ________ ________
266.Jugtown center bowl with ruffled rim edge, Vernon Owens, 6" x 11.5" Est. 30-50 ________ ________ ________
267.Charlie Craven set of six mugs--Tobacco Road Pottery, one chip on one mug, 3.5" Est. 80-120 ________ ________ ________
268.Two Pcs.; North State Mini vase with "Lost Colony", tiny glaze flake on rim, 2.5"; North State mini pitcher with "Lost Colony" and Chinese blue glaze over white glaze, 2" Est. 70-100 ________ ________ ________
269.Medium blue vase with ring handles, attributed to J. B. or C. C. Cole Pottery, 9.25" Est. 80-120 ________ ________ ________
270.Redware bear figural attributed to Shenandoah Valley, glaze wear, 4" x 7.25" Est. 80-120 ________ ________ ________
271.Swirl clay lidded canister, G. F. Cole, 9.5" Est. 125-175 ________ ________ ________
274.Blue glazed vase with rare stamp Hybla Valley Hand Made/Mount Vernon Estate--Auman Pottery, chip on rim, 5" Est. 40-70 ________ ________ ________
275.Redware jug early 19th century, possibly Great Road pottery from SW Virginia or Tennessee, kiln kiss on handle, 6" Est. 75-125 ________ ________ ________