lot 356, Emile Gallé set of four inlaid nesting tables, estimated at $3,000-4,000.
Lighting in the sale includes makers such as Karl Kipp, Dirk Van Erp, Duffner & Kimberly, Fred Robertson (Los Angles), Gustav Stickley, Handel, Pairpoint, Roycroft , Steuben, Suess, Tiffany Studios, Williamson and more.
Featured lots include: 181A, an important Karl Kipp table lamp with geometric leaded glass shade, estimated at $20,000-30,000; 160, Fred Robertson (Los Angeles) extremely rare table lamp with glazed earthenware and leaded slag glass, descended through the Robertson family and never before offered for sale, estimated at $20,000-30,000; lot 179 is an extremely rare Dirk Van Erp lamp estimated at $25,000-35,000; lot 181 is a rare copper and iron desk lamp by Gustav Stickley with “hammered” amber glass shade, estimated at $10,000-15,000; lot 188 is a Duffner & Kimberly leaded glass chandelier shade with a poppy pattern, estimated at $25,00-35,000; lot 397 is a fine and rare Tiffany Studios chandelier, direct from a Michigan residence, estimated at $25,000-35,000; lot 192 is a Duffner & Kimberly bronze table lamp with a rose border shade estimated at $8,000-10,000; and lot 403 is one of two Tiffany Studios Counter Balance floor lamps with Damascene shades, this one estimated at $6,000-9,000.
Early 20th century metalwork in the sale includes items in copper, bronze, silver and silver plate by makers such as Albert Berry, Archibald Knox for Liberty, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, John Pearson, Joseph Heinrichs, Roycroft, Stickley Brothers, Tiffany Studios, WMF and more.
Featured in the sale is lot 164, a rare Joseph Heinrichs for Shreve & Co. mixed metal covered bowl with horn and stone arrowheads, estimated at $10,000-15,000; lot 264, a John Pearson hammered copper coal scuttle, 1905, estimated at $3,000-4,000; lot 177 is a pair of Dirk Van Erp silver-plated hammered copper and wood serving dishes, estimated at $2,000-3,000; lot 170 is a hammered copper charger attributed to Gustav Stickley and estimated at $2,000-3,000; lot 172 is a Kalo three-piece sterling and bone coffee set, estimated at $2,500-3,500.
Glass in the sale includes makers such as Durand, Gallé, Lalique, Loetz, Quezal, Steuben, Tiffany Studios, and more.
Featured lots include: lot 358, a Loetz Titania vase estimated at $2,000-3,000; lot 372, a Lalique luminaire with birds, '”Fauvettes”, ca. 1930, estimated at $2,000-3,000; another fine Lalique item is lot 369, a Roscoff opalescent bowl offered at $1,200-1,800; and lot 388, a Tiffany Studios Favrile glass gourd-shaped bud vase, estimated at $1,500-2,000.
Prints, Photographs, Works on Paper:
Artists in the sale include: Arthur Wesley Dow, Edward S. Curtis, Gustave Baumann, Otto Eckmann, Frances H. Gearhart and more.
Susan Frackelton’s family has also provided the us with several of her works on paper, which has been grouped as one lot (153) of six works: four pencil botanical drawings, one pen and ink landscape, and one illuminated page, estimated at $1,500-2,000.
Also of note in the sale are two fine Gustave Baumann color woodblock prints, lots 42 and 43, “Processional” and “A Lilac Year,” estimated at