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The Fine Furniture and Decorative Arts department at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers specializes in offering an array of property guaranteed to draw both experienced and emerging collectors from around the world. The auctions are held four times a year and feature fine selections consigned by estates, private individuals, museums and institutions from across the country. Each encompasses centuries of craftsmanship, design, innovation, and evolution from across the world and includes American, English and Continental Furniture and Decorative Arts; Twentieth Century Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; and Rugs, Carpets and Textiles.

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    Fine Furniture and Decorative Artsno.161

  • BID LIVE ONLINE

    Fine Furniture and Decorative ArtsSunday 1 May 2011Monday 2 May 2011

    P R E V I E WWEDNESDAY 27 APRIL | 10AM - 5PMTHURSDAY 28 APRIL | 10AM - 5PMFRIDAY 29 APRIL | 10AM - 5PMSATURDAY 30 APRIL | 10AM - 3PM

    A U C T I O NSUNDAY 1 MAY I 12PMENgLISH FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 1 - 179FRENcH FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 180 - 369cONTINENTAL FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 370 - 594

    MONDAY 2 MAY I 12PMAMERIcAN FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 595 - 664FINE SILVER AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 665 - 88120TH cENTURY FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS, LOTS 882 - 1063RUgS AND TEXTILES, LOTS 1064 - 1088ETHNOgRAPHIc WORKS OF ART, LOTS 1089 - 1159

    PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATES OFMilton S. Altbach, chicago, Illinois christine cornell, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Reber and Lucy Edlen graves, glen Ellyn, IllinoisJohn Haight, Arlington Heights, IllinoisAmbassador and Mrs. James S. Kemper, chicago, Illinois for the benefit of the Big Shoulders Fund, chicago, Illinois Marcia T. Kreyling for the benefit of the Marcia T. Kreyling charitable Foundationcharlotte Lauter Trust, chicago, IllinoisTom g. and Mary Jane Mcclain, Phoenix, Arizona William H. Moore Trust, Hobe Sound, Florida and Dorset, Vermont Norma Seidman, Lincolnwood, Illinois Norma Stone, chicago, Illinois

    PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTIONS OFSold to Benefit the Adams county Arts council, gettysburg, PennsylvaniaLaurence Rathsack collection of Tribal Art sold to benefit Rockford college John Ahern, Minneapolis, Minnesotageorge conomikes, Rancho Santa Fe, californiaThe Trust of Mary Francis and Philip Davis, Lake Forest, IllinoisIrma Ecksel, Nashville, Tennessee Thomas H. Ertl, Tinley Park, Illinois Rocco L. Falco, Warrenville, Illinois Robert and Tiona Hager, Wonderlake, IllinoisWilliam Kentor of Highland Park, Illinois Dr. Jack Klein, Seattle, WashingtonThomas and Barbara Marshall, Lake Forest, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. John F. Monroe, Milwaukee, WisconsinA Private collector, chicago, Illinois A Private collector A gentleman

    www.lesliehindman.com

    Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. 2011

    C H I C A G O , I L L I N O I SILLINOIS AUcTIONEERS LIcENSE NUMBER 041.0000367

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    Cover Lot 946A Cast and Wrought Iron Elevator Grille, Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan.

  • Contents

    ENgLISH FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 4

    FRENcH FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 34

    cONTINENTAL FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 63

    AMERIcAN FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 86

    FINE SILVER AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 98

    20TH cENTURY FURNITURE AND DEcORATIVE ARTS 124

    RUgS AND TEXTILES 146

    ETHNOgRAPHIc WORKS OF ART 152

    AUcTION INQUIRIES 163

    cONDITIONS OF SALE 165

    TELEPHONE / ABSENTEE / ONLINE BID FORM 167

  • English Furniture and Decorative Arts | Lots 1 - 179 Sunday 1 May 2011 | 12PM

  • 6 F I N E F U R N I T U R E A N D D E CO R AT I V E A R T S

    1Two English Wax Profile Busts,depicting Lords, together with a French wax portrait bust of Empress Marie Louise, each framed.Height of largest bust 3 1/2 inches. $400-600

    2A Pair of Wax Profile Busts,one depicting a young girl and the other a lady, each having polychrome accents and laid to velvet in round gilt frames.Height of busts 2 1/4 inches. $200-400

    3Three Wax Profile Busts,one depicting the Marquis de Lafayette, another Benjamin Franklin, each set in pine frames, the third an unknown statesman set in a parcel gilt and lacquered frame.Height of largest bust 3 3/4 inches. $400-600

    4Two Wax Profile Busts,the first depicting William Shakespeare, signed I. Harmes, the other depicting Colonel William Hill, each with polychrome accents and set in birds eye maple frames.Height of larger bust 3 5/8 inches. $300-500

    5Three Wax Profile Busts,one depicting a Duke with a blue sash and ermine shoulder accent, another depicting Benedict Arnold and the third an unknown figure, each with polychrome decoration.Height of largest bust 3 1/2 inches. $400-600

    6*An English Carved Wood Coat of Arms,depicting the coat of arms of Bishop James of Durham, 1606-1617, showing a bishops mitre over the armorial shield with polychrome and gilt decoration throughout.Height 23 5/8 x width 23 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Monroe, Milwaukee, Wisconsin$1,000-2,000

    7An English Mahogany Tea Caddy,of casket form with ebony inlay and brass escutcheons.Width 11 1/2 inches. $600-800

    8An English Tortoise Shell and Ivory Tea Caddy,having a domed rectangular top with a shaped front over the conforming body, raised on spherical feet.Height 6 x width 8 inches. $1,000-2,000

    9An English Tortoise Shell and Ivory Tea Caddy,having a domed rectangular top with a shaped front over the conforming body, raised on bun feet.Height 5 1/2 x width 6 3/4 x depth 4 3/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

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  • 710*A Tole Tea Canister,of handled form with spigot, raised on three legs and mounted as a lamp.Height overall 27 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$300-500

    11A Pair of Painted Tole Urns,of lidded baluster form with pine cone finials, each having an oval cartouche depicting figures in a landscape flanked by lion mask ring handles.Height 14 1/4 inches. $300-500

    12*A Painted Tole Tea Canister,having landscape and gilt decoration, mounted as a lamp.Height overall 17 1/2 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$400-600

    13*Two Painted Tole Urns,each of baluster form with spigot, one with a railroad scene and one with Chinoiserie decoration, both mounted as lamps.Height of tallest overall 23 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$300-500

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    14A Pair of Tole Five-Light Sconces,each having a leaf form backplate issuing the foliate candle arms.Height 39 inches. $600-800

    15Two English Street Lanterns,comprising a William Edgar, Glenheim House example and a Foster & Dullen, Bradford example.Height 40 inches. $1,000-2,000

    16*A Set of Ten Watercolor Botanical Prints,depicting various species.Height 15 x width 10 5/8 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$500-700

    16AAn English Needlepoint Sampler,1838, Hannah Kirkham, age 14, depicting stylized vases with flowers, cottages and baskets of fruit.Height 20 1/2 x width 17 3/4 inches. $300-500

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  • 917An English Charles II Style Sideboard,the rectangular top over three paneled drawers with brass ring pulls and escutcheons, raised on four turned legs.Height 34 1/2 x width 83 x depth 19 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

    17A*An Early English Windsor Back Chair,having turned splats above a thickly cut elm seat.Height 24 x width 29 inches. $300-500

    18An Assembled Set of Eight English Lancashire Chairs,comprising two armchairs and six side chairs, each having a spindled back over the woven seat, raised on turned legs joined by stretchers.Height of tallest 42 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

    19A William and Mary Burlwood Chest on Stand,having a rectangular top with a molded edge over two line-inlaid short and three graduated long drawers, set on a later base with scrolling supports joined by an X-form stretcher, raised on ball feet.Height 48 3/4 x width 42 x depth 29 inches. $3,000-5,000

    20*A Queen Anne Burlwood Dressing Mirror,having a pierced crest over the swivel plate above a series of six drawers, raised on flattened bun feet.Height 29 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Christine Cornell, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin$1,000-2,000

    21*A Near Pair of Queen Anne Giltwood and Gesso Pier Mirrors,early 18th century, each having a two part beveled plate within the oak leaf and acorn carved frame.Height of tallest 72 3/4 x width 29 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Hobe Sound, Florida$2,000-4,000

    22*A Queen Anne Fruitwood Tray-Top Table,the rectangular top with turret corners over a scalloped apron, raised on turned tapering legs ending in pad feet, the top having a later hinge.Height 26 x width 32 x depth 22 1/2 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$300-500

    23*A Queen Anne Maple Tavern Table,having an oval top over the plain frieze, raised on tapering cylindrical legs ending in pad feet.Height 26 3/4 x width 37 x depth 23 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$300-500

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    24*A Queen Anne Style Rosewood Mirror,having a carved crest over the domed, segmented rectangular plate.Height 45 1/2 x width 21 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$800-1,200

    25*A George I Mahogany and Walnut Reading Chair,circa 1725, having an upholstered back and seat within shaped arms, the back set with a hinged panel on easel supports, raised on cabriole legs joined by an X-form stretcher.Height 33 1/4 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$800-1,200

    26A George II Walnut Chest-on-Chest,the superstructure having a dentiled cornice over three short and three long graduated drawers, the base with two short and two long graduated drawers, raised on later carved cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet.Height 67 1/2 x width 43 x depth 24 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

    30*A Walnut Tilt-Top Occasional Table,having a rectangular top over four legs joined by a medial shelf.Height 26 1/4 x width 20 x depth 14 1/4 inches. Property from the William H. Moore Trust, Dorset, Vermont$200-400

    31*A George II Walnut and Parcel Gilt