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Sale 1613

British & European Furniture, Decorative Arts & Paintings
Tue, Oct 16 2018 10:00 AM

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Friday, October 12th 10:00am-5:00pm
Saturday, October, 13th 12:00-5:00pm
Sunday, October 14th 12:00-5:00pm
Monday, October 15th 10:00am-5:00pm
By appointment only on the morning of the sale.

Notes for Buyers

Nicholas Nicholson

267.414.1212

nnicholson@freemansauction.com

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Lot 152
A large George III sterling silver cylindrical armorial tankard, John Robins, London, 1784

Sold for $1,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 153
A George III sterling silver chamber stick with snuffer, John Crouch & Thomas Hannam, London, 1786

Sold for $438 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 154
A George III sterling silver two-handled footed serving tray, Thomas Hannam & John Crouch II, London, 1800

Sold for $2,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 155
A Victorian sterling silver salver, Edward, Edward Junior, John, & William Barnard, London, 1837

Sold for $500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 156
A Victorian sterling silver mounted cut glass claret jug, William & George Sissons, Sheffield, 1867

Unsold
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Lot 157
A Victorian sterling silver ewer, makers mark WJB, London, 1881

Sold for $163 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 158
A pair of German silver Jugendstil sauce boats, Otto Schneider, Berlin, circa 1900

Sold for $390 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 159
A pair of German silver Neoclassical style five-light candelabra, H. Meyen & Co., Berlin, late 19th/early 20th century

Sold for $2,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 160
A Danish sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee service, Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1945-1951

Sold for $6,175 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 161
An American sterling silver five-piece tea and coffee service, International Silver Co., Providence, RI, 1941

Sold for $1,300 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 162
An American sterling silver six-piece tea and coffee service, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1941

Sold for $1,950 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 163
A sterling silver repoussé tray depicting ancient scenes, possibly Iranian, 20th century

Sold for $2,375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 164
A Georgian gold and ivory mourning pin, late 18th century

Sold for $938 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 165
A Georgian mourning ring and pendant, late 18th century

Sold for $1,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 166
A hairwork mourning ring commemorating King Henri IV of France, possibly 19th century

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Lot 167
A framed silhouette of Joseph Le Bon (French, 1765-1795), early 19th century

Sold for $325 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 168
A Continental miniature portrait of a boy with a whip, signed F. Grunbaum, 1800

Sold for $208 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 169
A carved wood panel of the deposition from the cross, likely 17th century

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Lot 170
A Charles VI carved oak choir stall, French, largely circa 1480-1500, with repairs

Sold for $6,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 171
An Henri IV carved oak dressoir-credence, likely Lyon, largely second half 16th century

Sold for $2,080 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 172
A Netherlandish Baroque kas, with mid 17th century elements

Sold for $1,560 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 173
A lapis-set gilt bronze traveling devotional altarpiece with Limoges enamel plaque, likely French, Limoges, late 16th/early 17th cen...

Sold for $2,625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 174
A pair of Italian rustic chestnut doors with metal studs, likely 18th century

Sold for $2,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 175
An Italian inlaid walnut prie-dieu, possibly Northern Italian, 17th century

Sold for $563 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 176
An Italian Renaissance walnut credenza, possibly Tuscany, late 17th century

Sold for $1,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 177
An Italian Renaissance style parcel-gilt walnut frame, mid 19th century

Sold for $813 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 178
An Italian early Baroque bone-inlaid ebonized table cabinet, likely Northern Italian, 17th century

Sold for $2,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 179
An Italian Baroque style faux marbre pedestal, 19th century

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Lot 180
An Italian faienza covered vase, apparently unmarked, dated 1742

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Lot 181
Two Continental lacquer-gilt lead bas reliefs of the Four Evangelists, 19th century

Sold for $423 (buyer's premium included)
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