Everything Goes at the Rago Unreserved Auction, Saturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13 Lambertville, NJ: Rago Auctions is holding a 1400+ lot Unreserved Auction over two days, Saturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 11 a.m. All of the lots are unreserved, meaning that the h
157, a leaded glass table lamp, ca. 1915, estimated at $800-1,200.
Small Decorative Pieces
Amphora ceramics by makers Clement Massier, Eduard Stellmacher, and Zsolnay. Pottery by Zuid-Holland Gouda, notably, lot 88, a three-piece clock garniture, estimated at $2,000-3,000. Metalware by Jarvie, Silvercrest, Bouhon Frers, and Gorham. Glass from Tiffany Studios, Galle, Muller Freres, Steuben, Bohemian, Durand, Lalique, Baccarat, Waterford, Charles Lotton, including 164, a Tiffany Studios gold Favrile glass vase, estimated at $700-900; and lot 457, two glass vessels by Charles Lotton, including a pulled feather Jack in the Pulpit vase and bottle shaped vase with vines, estimated at $600-800. Porcelain by Royal Doulton, Limoges, Royal Worcester, Royal Vienna, KPM, including lot 396, 27 service plates by Royal Crown Derby and Coalport, estimated at $400-600. Also a Shabis menorah a Napoleon desk inkwell, brass candlesticks, and a wrought iron tree stand.
Oils, watercolors, lithographs, screenprints, poster, etchings, sculptures, pastels, by artists including Ben Shahn, Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Leonard Baskin, Bertha Klandrud Souder, Emlen Etting, Nicola D'ascenzo, Norman Mills Price, Adam Fairweather , Sears Gallagher, Adrian Zingg, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Miriam Brody, Melville F. Stark, Maude Sherwood Jewett, Mary G.L. Hood, Man Ray, M. Rinaldi, Jean Renoir, Jean-Claude Bougeois, Elizabeth Grandin, John Gould, Bertha Klandrud Souder, Alan R. Hiley, Jon Carsman, James S. King, James Dromgole Linton, Harry Rosen, E. Adele Hermann, Blanche Lazzell, Hamilton Hamilton, Guy Martin Chapel, Gisele Ferrandier, George Washington Nicholson, George A. Bradshaw, George A. Boyle, Fritz Kochendorfer, Ethel A. Wallace, including lot is 49, a George Washington Nicholson oil on panel of a blooming yucca in the desert, estimated at $600-800.
Country Furniture, Folk Art, Quilts
Shaker furniture, a paint decorated step back cupboard, an American hooded cradle, a 20th century barn cornice, a Judi Boisson cotton quilt at $200-300, an early 20th century quilt, estimated at $400-600. Several lots of folk art, tramp art and black Americana, including lot 316, three pieces of black Americana, "Steppin Tom," "Sambo" game board, and sprinkler, ca. 1940, estimated at $300-500.
Chinese and Japanese porcelain, a Korean jewelry box, lacquer and mixed wood furnishings, a Coromandel screen, nesting tables, a wardrobe, vases, teapots, tea bowls, Chinese ivory, Chinese hardstone carvings, a brass temple gong, a Chinese silk robe, including lot 563, a gilt wood carved dragon and glazed stoneware bowl and box, estimated at $600-900. Tribal items include a Pre-Columbian figure, Inuit stone carvings, two Sudan shields, and ethnographic wood carvings.
French Provincial, traditional and Victorian furnishings, including lot 377, an 18th/19th c. French Provincial Bombe commode and hutch, $600-800; and lot 493, a 20th c. pair of bergeres in the style of Louis XV, estimated at $500-700.
Dolls, Ephemera, Collectables, Music and more
Music boxes, a Zilotone, Mary Roebling bank, Leica Camera, G.E. Curve drawing voltmeter, figural bronze radiator cap, Civil War M1860 sword, WWII ship passenger log and Eleanor Roosevelt letters. Dolls, mini cannon and Beatrix Potter figures and books. Coins and Currency includes Wheat Pennies, Proof and mint sets and foreign