2024 American Antiques, Chinese, Continental & Jewelry Spring Auction

April 27, 2024, at 10:00am EST


Thursday, April 25, 12:00-6:30pm EST

Friday, April 26, 12:00-5:00pm EST

Saturday, April 27, 9:00-10:00am EST


Over 630 lots to include:  200+ Jewelry and Silver Lots Highlighted by: 15 lots of Russian enameled silver, Tiffany & Co, 9 lots of Egyptian silver, S. Kirk & Son Repousse, Mikimoto pearls, Roberta Porrati, Faberge, Steuben, etc.

120+ lots of Fine Art and Works on Paper highlighted by:  Illuminated Firman Bearing the Tughra of Sultan Mehmed IV, Walter Emerson Baum, Penry Williams, John Martin, John Linnell, Nathaniel Home, Gabriel-Christophe Guerin, Horatio Henry Couldery, John Henry Dolph, Henriette Ronner-Knip, Lilly Martin Spencer, Theodore Robinson, William Penn Morgan, William Henry Williamson, Myles Birket Foster, Maurice Brianchon, Frances Hopkinson Smith, Yvonne Canu, Pauline Wissant, George Loring Brown, Johann Martin Metz, Charles Edmund Dana, Frederick Carl Frieseke, Fritz Wagner, along with a collection of 15 maps, etc.

Chinese Furnishings & Decorative Accessories highlighted by: 75+ lots of Chinese porcelain to include Chinese porcelain carp dish, pair of Hardstone Inlaid and Champleve Enamel Gilt Metal Double Gourd Vases, Chinese export jade, artwork, bronzes, Japanese Imari, hardwood furnishings, dressing screens, etc.

Furnishings highlighted by: Steinway rosewood inlaid Model D centennial concert grand piano-one of four known examples in the United States, two-part federal desk-likely Portsmouth, New Hampshire, five case clocks to include Timothy Chandler and Silas Parsons, Art Nouveau sideboard attributed to Peter Guimord, along with period furnishings including Chippendale, Regency, George III, George IV, Queen Anne, Federal, Sheraton, etc.

Decorative Accessories highlighted by: Meissen porcelain, KPM, Spanish colonial figures, folk figures, Black Forest, Newport Rhode Island banjo clock, Russian bronzes, Staffordshire, Crown Mark Imari Worcester porcelain, etc.

Rugs & Carpets highlighted by: room-size Sultanabad, Farahan Sarouk, Heriz, Ningxia, Caucasian, Bokara & Sarouk, etc.


Estate of William J. Levy Park Avenue, New York

From Collection of Steven and Paula Schimmel, Woodstock, CT

Thomas F. Vanderbeck Revocable Trust, Haddam, CT

Private collection of Dr. Hope Fitz

David R. Scarborough Estate, Kennebunkport, Maine

Whittemore Estate, Westerly, Rhode Island

Estate of Sheila Shevin, Rye, New York

Estate of Michael and Elizabeth Ponak, Pomfret Center, CT

Estate of Judith Kreuter, Milford, CT

From the Collection of Mrs. Donald R. Gates (the granddaughter of the artist), Ocean Grove

Estate of Dina Recanati, 944 5th Ave, New York



Rare Steinway rosewood inlaid model D Centennial Concert Grand Piano, circa 1881. Formerly belonging to pharmaceutical pioneer Kenneth Alan Hill of Fort Worth, Texas, this unit is believed to be one of only four known examples in the United States.

Having a rosewood case set on carved cabriole legs with filigree, hanging grape clusters, scroll work and medallions at the knees, pierced carved lyre shaped pedal post, pierced carved sheet music stand having figural winged maidens. The applied filigree carved mounts and side panels of this case are intricately inlaid with grape leaves.

Restored by Precision Piano Services in California, this example boasts the cutting edge PianoDisc Prodigy player system, which was installed by renowned piano technician Robin Hufford.


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