European Furniture & Decorative Arts | Skinner Auction 2513
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DESCRIPTIONSkinner's next auction of European Furniture & Decorative Arts will be held July 10, 2010 in Skinner's Boston gallery. Featured in the auction is the Wedgwood collection of Joe Skirchak and Pat Cerra. Encompassing the full breadth of Wedgwoods manufacture, the collection numbers approximately 350 lots and includes many fine examples. Skinner is a major force in the sale of fine European furniture and decorative arts at auction and sales include the best in English, French, German, Italian, Dutch and Russian works of art, including silver, ceramics, glass, lighting, rugs, and textiles, plus a broad array of English and Continental furniture from a variety of periods. Skinner's European auctions are held four times annually in January, April, July and October. For information on buying or consigning property to our next auction, call 508-970-3203 or email European@Skinnerinc.com
SKINNEREuropean Furniture & Decorative Arts
featuring Fine CeramicsSale 2513 July 10, 2010 Boston
European Furniture & Decorative Artsfeaturing Fine Ceramics
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Sara WishartDecorative Arts,Silver508.970.3282
Stuart SlavidDepartment Director,Ceramics508.970.3278
European Furniture & Decorative Arts Department - 508.970.3203
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Thursday, July 8, 2010 12 to 5 p.m.
Friday, July 9, 2010 12 to 8 p.m.
Tel: 617.874.4318Fax: 617.350.5429
COVER: 15, 284, 326, 553, 579, 848; FRONTISPIECE: 824; BACK COVER: 77, 290, 488, 523, 602, 703, 714, 835, 880
Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 10 a.m.
63 Park Plaza
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1 Auction & Specialist Information
2 Web Site & Online Bidding
5 Lots 1-1011
150 Conditions of Sale
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152 Company Directors & Specialty Departments
153 Administrative Staff & Client Services
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Icons from the Collection of Louis Albert McMillen (1916-1998)
McMillen was a prominent American architect, and founder of The Architects Collaborative (TAC) along with Walter Gropius andsix other architects. A graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Mr. McMillenworked extensively in the Middle East, most notably on the TAC design of Baghdad University. McMillen was not only anarchitect, but a painter. This wonderfully varied collection reflects his interest in painting, as well as a fascination with the artistryand symbolism of icons. Lots: 456, 457, 480-483, 496, 497, 563, 585, 616, 624-626, 633, 647, 675, 683, 765, 766, 772, 773,779, 788, 789, 795, 811, 822-827, 841, 856, 857, 868, 879, 880, 898-903, 926, 927.
Collection of Pat Cerra and Joe Skirchak
Lots: 6, 9-13, 16, 17, 19-21, 39, 40, 42, 46, 48, 54, 55, 58-64, 66, 67, 72, 74, 77-82, 84-86, 90-94, 96, 97, 99-121, 123, 126,128-130, 133-136, 138, 140, 141, 143, 145, 147, 149-157, 159-166, 168, 169, 172-175, 177-183, 186, 187, 190-194, 196,197, 199-203, 205, 208-210, 215, 223, 224, 229, 232-237, 239-250, 252-256, 258-284, 286-302, 304, 305, 307-315, 318,320-330, 332, 333, 344, 345, 348-363, 365-385, 388-391, 393-395, 398-401, 403A-408, 412A-414, 415, 418A, 420A-423,425A-429, 433A, 434A, 436A, 437, 440A, 441, 441A, 445.
Collection of Barbara OBrien
Lots: 69-71, 73, 75, 88, 89, 95, 98, 124, 125, 127, 131, 132, 137, 139, 167, 176, 195, 206, 207, 211-214, 216, 218-220, 226,228, 230, 331, 336, 338, 339, 346, 386, 392, 396, 408A, 434, 435, 435A, 436, 443, 443, 444.
1.Ten Dutch Delft Tiles, Holland, 19th century, each decorated in bluewith corner florets and central Dutch figures, lg. 5 1/8 in.
2.Three 18th Century English Porcelain Items, including a pair ofWorcester trios, each with gilt trim and polychrome enameled flowers,underglaze crossed swords marks, saucer dia. 5 1/8 in.; and a pucemarked Derby deep dish with gilt trim, dark blue enamel banding andwhite enamel dots, dia. 7 5/8 in.
3.Pair of Regency Enamel Decorated and Parcel-gilt PorcelainFruit Coolers, England, c. 1815-20, urn form with curved handlesaccented with shells, tapering lids centered by an upright topped byan artichoke finial, and fitted with liner bowls, with wide underglazecobalt blue band overpainted with gilt scrolls and bellflowers swags,and reserves painted with floral bouquets, ht. 12 1/2 in.
4.Seventeen Chamberlains Worcester Porcelain BotanicalDecorated Plates, England, mid-19th century, each with shaped rim,gold and raised gold foliate borders, enameled with a wide greenband and central polychrome flower, printed marks, dia. 9 in.
5.Worcester Porcelain Music Pattern Bowl, England, c. 1800, Barrperiod, gilding to underglaze blue decoration, incised B mark, dia. 65/8 in.
5A.Worcester Porcelain Cup and Saucer, England, c. 1765, gilded andpolychromed in the imari palette with panels of flowers, scallopedrims, underglaze blue fret mark, saucer dia. 4 5/8 in.
Provenance: Dean Rockwell Collection.$200-400
6.Spode Blue Dipped Stoneware Potpourri Basket and Cover,England, c. 1840, the footed bowl with bail handle and molded reliefof a fruiting grapevine, pierced grid cover with button finial, impressedmark, ht. 5 1/4 in.
7.Small Pratt-type Staffordshire Pearlware Figure, England, late18th/early 19th century, depicting a small child holding a lamb,underglaze enamel decoration, ht. 3 7/8 in.
8.Admiral Lord Nelson Pearlware Commemorative Jug, England, c.1805, puce transfer printed with portrait beneath the spout withinscribed title and verse England expects every Man to do his Duty,on one side a plan of the battle of Trafalgar, the reverse with aninventory of the British ships involved in the battle, ht. 5 3/4 in.
9.Two Similar Union Porcelain Frog Vases, Greenpoint, New York, c.1876, each gilt decorated and modeled as naturalistically renderedpitcher plants supported by a frog atop a raised and scalloped base,one with slight peach-colored enamel shading, impressed marks, ht.5 3/4 in.
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10.Copeland Parian Figure of Napoleon, England, 19th century, thefigure modeled seated and set on a raised rectangular base,impressed mark, ht. 12 in.
11.Cook Parian Bust of Lincoln, Trenton, New Jersey, late 19thcentury, raised copyright on the back of the base, ht. 11 in.
12.Cook Parian Bust of Washington, Trenton, New Jersey, late 19thcentury, inscribed mark on the reverse, ht. 10 1/2 in.
13.Two Josiah Wedgwood Commemorative Jugs, England, 19thcentury, each cream glazed and molded with Fame to the handle, aportrait of Josiah on one side, a British lion on the reverse, below thespout a Portland vase atop a pedestal, flanked by artists titleCommerce, Art, and Science, ht. 9, 11 1/4 in.
14.Royal Doulton Earthenware Pitcher and Bowl Set, England, late19th century, art nouveau-style underglaze green and yellow floraland foliate design in the Kelmscot pattern, printed mark, pitcher ht.10 1/4; bowl dia. 14 1/2 in.
15.Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Owl Vase, England, 1880,polychrome enamel decorated with stylized foliage and flowerssurrounding a central depiction of an owl modeled in high relief,inscribed artist signature for Mark V. Marshall in collaboration withMary Ann Thomson, impressed factory mark, ht. 10 in.
16.Susie Copper Green Glazed Earthenware Vase, England, c. 1932,incised stylized floral decoration, artist signed, ht. 6 3/4 in.
17.Royal Doulton Earthenware Dish, England, early 20th century, blueglazed rim surrounding a central enamel decorated brown transferlandscape, printed and impressed mark, dia. 12 1/2 in.
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18.Charles Vyse Earthenware Figure of a Woman Peddler, England,1926, polychrome enamel decorated and modeled standing with abasket of beaded necklaces and rags, inscribed monogram and date,ht. 10 5/8 in.
19.Buffalo Pottery Copy of the Portland Vase, Buffalo, New York, c.1946, biscuit glazed earthenware, manufactured in a limited edition inThe Art Lamelle, inscribed on the base for a Mr. J.J. Oddy, numberedpiece no. 5, ht. 8 in.
20.Royal Doulton Silver Overlay Flamb Jug, England, early 20thcentury, oval shape with applied silver floral motifs, printed mark, ht. 73/4 in.
21.Two Royal Doulton Flamb Vases, England, 20th century, aglobular shape with mottled gray and yellow, ht. 4 1/4; and awoodcut with deer grazing, ht. 10 5/8 in.; printed marks.
22.Set of Eleven Wilkinson Commemorative Toby Jugs, England, c.1915-20, after designs by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould, each moldedfigure polychrome enameled and gilded and depicting political andmilitary leaders during World War I, including Marshall Foch, PresidentWoodrow Wilson, General Botha, Lord French, General Joffre, H.M.King George V, Lord Kitchner, Admiral Beatty, Rt. Hon. D. LloydGeorge, Admiral Jelicoe, and Field Marshal Haig, printed factory markand signature, ht. 9 1/2 to 11 3/4 in.
23.Five Majolica Rabbit Plates, France, c. 1900, each with shaped rim,molded bodies polychrome enameled with a depiction of two rabbitsrunning through a field, dia. 8 3/4 in.
24.Seven Majolica Rabbit Plates, France, c. 1900, each with shapedrim, molded bodies polychrome enameled and depicting three rabbitseating lettuce in a garden, dia. 8 3/4 in.
25.Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Pitchers, England, c. 1886,shape 1094 with gilded and polychromed floral designs, printedmarks, ht. 7 3/4 in.
26.Four Royal Worcester Porcelain Figural Wall Shelves, England,19th century, each polychrome enamel decorated and with a pearllustre glaze, depicting the four seasons, impressed marks, lg. 9 to 93/4 in.
27.Royal Worcester Porcelain Double-Walled Goblet, England, c.1881, raised gilt jewelling to a blue glazed honeycomb body withlandscape and shield medallions, pink ground borders with white andturquoise enameled jewelling, printed mark, ht. 7 5/8 in.
28.Grainger Worcester Porcelain Reticulated Persian-style Vase andCover, England, 1902, Royal China Works, turquoise blue ground toa lobed body with gold painted foliate decoration, printed shieldmark, ht. 10 7/8 in.
29.Royal Worcester Porcelain Reticulated Vase, England, c. 1879,trumpet shape with raised gold jewelling to a blue glazed honeycombbody with gilded medallions of birds, pink ground borders with whiteand turquoise enamel jewelling, printed mark, ht. 7 1/8 in.
30.Royal Worcester Porcelain Double-Walled Footed Bowl, England,c. 1876, raised gilt jewelling to a blue glazed honeycomb body withenameled and gilded shield medallions, pink ground border with whiteand turquoise enamel jewelling, the footrim with white jeweled border,impressed and printed marks, ht. 4 1/4 in.
31.Royal Worcester Porcelain Double-Walled Goblet, England, c.1878, raised gilt jewelling to a blue glazed honeycomb body withgilded medallions of birds and shield shaped gold and enameledmedallions, pink ground borders with white and turquoise enameljewelling, raised and printed marks, ht. 7 5/8 in.
32.Pair of Derby Porcelain Reticulated Spill Vases, England, c. 1883,enamel and gilt decorated, set on three scrolled feet, printed marks,ht. 4 3/4 in.
33.Royal Worcester Porcelain Reticulated Vase, England, 1901, in themanner of George Owen, bulbous shape with honeycomb bodydecorated with a pale blue and buff ground, gilded and molded rimwith raised mask and ring handles, white and turquoise enameljewelling at foot, printed mark, ht. 3 1/4 in.
34.Royal Worcester Porcelain Reticulated Vase, England, c. 1892, inthe manner of George Owen, globular shape with piercedhoneycomb body, gilded rims and molded floral foot, printed mark,ht. 3 in.
35.Royal Worcester Porcelain Reticulated Double-Walled Teapotand Cover, England, c. 1875, attributed to George Owen, globularshape with pierced honeycomb body trimmed in gold and enameldecorated, white beading surrounding pierced double-walled spout,printed and raised lozenge marks, ht. 4 5/8 in.
36.Pair Royal Worcester Double-Walled Vases, England, c. 1910, gilttrim and raised gilt jewelling to a honeycomb body with quatrefoilshaped cut-out panels decorated with landscape reserves, whiteenamel jewelling to shoulder, printed marks, ht. 3 3/8 in.
37.Four Belleek Porcelain Items, Ireland, 20th century, a pair of seahorse flower holders, printed third black mark, ht. 3; and a pair ofheart-shaped shell bowls, printed first green mark, lg. 6 1/4 in.
38.Belleek Porcelain Tri-horse Compote, Ireland, c. 1880, pink enameltrimmed with a molded shell-shaped dish set atop a twisted shellstem, the scalloped base set with alternating sea horses and shelldishes, printed first black mark, ht. 8 3/4 in.
39.Assembled Wedgwood Queens Ware Food Warmer, England, c.1800, comprised of six pieces: a kettle and cover, food bowl andcover, insert liner, and two-handled warmer base, impressed mark, ht.with covered bowl 11 in.
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40.Wedgwood Queens Ware Bidet, England, c. 1800, impressedmark, lg. 18 3/4; set in a fitted maple stand with curly maple veneercover, lg. 21 7/8 in.
41.Ten Wedgwood Queens Ware Mared Pattern Items, England, late18th century, each with underglaze blue feather edge and onionborder, including a covered soup tureen, lg. 15 3/4; oval platter, lg.16; round platter, dia. 16; covered sauce tureen, lg. 7 3/4; plate, dia.10 1/4; bowl, dia. 4 5/8; round stand, dia. 8 1/8; pierced footedbowl, dia. 8 5/8; oval dish, lg. 6 3/8; and a round pierced strainerinsert, dia. 7 7/8 in.; impressed marks.
Provenance: Born Collection.$600-800
42.Six Wedgwood Queens Ware Enamel Decorated Items, England,c. 1872, a four-piece tea set with leaf decoration, an oval shapedteapot and cover, ht. 4 3/4; covered sugar bowl; cream jug; and ovaltea tray, lg. 17; together with a pair of single-handled globular-shapedbud vases decorated with insects and foliage, ht. 2 3/8 in.; impressedmarks.
43.Seven Wedgwood Peony Decorated Queens Ware Items,England, 19th century, each with gilt rim and underglaze blue printedtransfer design, including an oval soup turee...