May 16, 2016 6:30 PM EDT
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Winter Associates, Inc.

Location: Plainville, CT, US

Phone: +1.860.793.0288


Accepted Forms of Payment: Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer


SHIPMENT/TRANSPORTATION recommendations or arrangements are done only as a courtesy and all shipping/transportation is at buyer's expense. Winter Associates, Inc. assumes no responsibility to resolve problems that arise from shipping or moving companies. Most shipping is provided by the Farmington UPS Store. For questions, please contact them at 860-676-0660. Shipping may take 2-4 weeks after payment is received.

Americana, Lighting, Art, Silver & Gold, Victorian, Textiles, Musical Autographs, Dolls, Firearms, Oriental Rugs, Etc.

Late 18th/early 19th C. American Antiques: Two early corner cabinets, first 2-pc w/ cherry finish & blue painted interior, 87” h., the second a single piece barrel back w/ red stain, 77” h.; chalk-inscribed Federal inlaid mahogany sideboard; figured maple slant lid desk; seven drawer tall chest; five drawer chest; chest with four long drawers of graduated size and ogee bracket feet; three drawer grain painted chest; blanket chest w/ red stain; two Queen Anne tavern tables, one w/ blue green paint; grain painted drop leaf table; two New England Windsor sack back arm chairs, both w/ painted finish; tilt top tea table w/ birdcage support; Federal book or music stand; five candle stands w/ square, cut, octagonal tops, etc., one tilt top damaged, etc. Victorian & Eastlake: 2-pc secretary bookcase w/ cylinder roll top; 2-pc mahogany bookcase desk; ladies desk w/ tambour top; oak bow front china cabinet w/ claw feet; oak single pedestal dining table w/ claw feet; walnut open bookcase; recamier; oak single drawer hall table; stand w/ serpentine top; three hall chairs, one arm & two side; carved walnut easel, 72” h., etc. Other: Georgian demi-lune mahogany table, possibly shortened; papier mache spoon back chair w/ m-o-p inlay; early 20th C. French style twin bedsteads, headboards hand-painted w/ floral bouquets; primitive storage cabinet, two of four sides mustard painted; plate rack w/ red finish, etc. Wicker: dressing & side tables; sewing baskets (2); magazine rack; Heywood Wakefield rocking chair; table lamp, etc. Fine Furnishings: Shaker style rocking chair; George II style upholstered arm chair; two Chippendale style chairs; five Hepplewhite style chairs, two arm & three side; pair Weiman side tables, etc. Mirrors: early 19th C. Federal wall mirrors (5) w/ reverse painted tablets depicting paddlewheel, woman at piano, fishing figures, cottage, etc. Lighting: single & double burner Sandwich type clear & amber fluid & peg lamps; Julien Causse figural lamp depicting woman at hearth; early 20th C. cast-metal figural owl lamp; two hanging lamps incl. Moorish style vigil lamp; diminutive fluid lamps & accessories; early green demijohn bottle converted into lamp; Gone-with-the-Wind type table lamp w/ matching globular shade; many other table lamps incl. Bradley & Hubbard, Miller, J.B. Owens, etc. Fine Art: Judith Carbine oil; Winfield Scott Clime oils, one depicting Southern sharecroppers w/ peacocks, the other a winter landscape; David Cox w/c; Cecil Grant oil; Frank Gresley w/c; Helen Hodge oil; Marion Huse oils and w/c (7); Jerry Inman oil; Edward Lattey w/c; Fred MacNeill oil; James Goodwin McManus oil; Spencer Nichols gouache; Marie Danforth Page oil; William Partridge oil; Emmett Pratt oil; Gary Ray oil;Toussaint Renaud oil; Richard Gay Somerset oil; Eola Sutherland oil; Dan Truth oil; Bruce Turner oil; Mary Lorning Warner pastel; Thomas Worthington Whittredge graphite & washes (3); signedPresidential miniatures, each w/c on porcelain or ivory, depicting Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln & others;early Continental School seascape; 19th C. paintings  of woman & children (2); numerous small landscapes, etc. Prints: Gordan Grant litho.;Daniel Rice, James G. Clark, & E.C. Biddle mid-19th C. colored lithos. depicting American Indians (6); Robert Shaw engravings (3); Lawrence Beall Smith litho.; Victoria Huntley lithos. (3), etc. Sterling & Coin: Tiffany & Co. “Faneuil” flatware (82 pcs); 5-pc Frank M. Whiting & Co. tea service; Reed & Barton footed urn, 7” h.; Tiffany & Co. covered vanity jar; Arthur Stone; Gorham; International Sterling; Dominick & Haff; Redlich; Paul Revere Reproduction, etc.; vanity accessories; pair seafood shears, etc. Other Silver & Gold: pair Emil Radke (Warsaw) figural silver candlesticks with seated lion standards, 4” h.; Tiffany & Co. 18K demitasse spoon; silver plate roast dome, covered serving dishes, coffee pots, etc. Jewelry: carved crystal & 18K perfume bottle on 14K chain;14K & diamond Hamilton lady’s wrist watch; 14K pins, charms, & necklace pendants; costume jewelry, etc.  Textiles, Vintage Clothing & Accessories: mid-19th C. “Whig Rose” pattern quilt w/ Litchfield, Conn. family provenance cataloged by Connecticut Quilt Search Project; women’s clothing incl. gowns, skirts, tops, wraps, pajamas, and lingerie, c. 1840-1930; children’s clothing incl. christening gowns; 19th C. lace curtains, table cloths, runners, doilies, pillow cases, etc.; modern Indian sari, etc. Musical, Theater, Opera & Dance: violinist Nicolo Paganini concert programs and prints (5); Italian opera soprano Giuditta Pasta hand-written letters (2); autographed cartes de visites of opera sopranos Lilli Lehmann Kalisch & Geraldine Farrar; early 20th C. photographs incl. autographed Mischa Elman; late 19th C. French concert poster depicting Hungarian folk orchestra; autographed theatre posters from “The Producers”, “La Cage aux Folles”, and “Urinetown, the Musical”; two pages of Continental illuminated sheet music or antiphonals; 1940s dance squad photographs and sheet music illustration; Lawrence Beall Smith and Charles Wheeler Locke lithographs depicting opera events, etc. Dolls: Jules Steiner “A” doll, 30” l.; Jumeau Bebe doll, 28” l.; Steiner Bebe doll, 16” h.; two dolls by Kammer & Reinhardt, first character “Marie”, 21” h., and the second #192, 8” h.; K Star R boy; 20th C. Albert Marque reproduction doll; 20th C. hand puppets incl. two Anna Marita; 16” Ethnic Russian doll; Ideal Shirley Temple doll in original dress; Heubach Koppellsdorf #312, etc. Antique Firearms: 1864 Sharps carbine; 1864 Springfield; 1863 Springfield Trapdoor rifle; 1884 Springfield Trapdoor carbine; two rolling block rifles, one Remington Argentina, the other w/ Egyptian markings, etc. Oriental Rugs: Antique: Persian Sarouks (2); painted Sarouks (3); Kilim fragment, etc. Semi-Antique: Persian Hamadan, etc. Modern: Oushaks (4); Agra Serapi; Peshawar Sultanabad; Uzbek Kazak; Serapi; Modern Chinese & Indo, etc. Glass: late 19th C. tantalus containing ten hand-painted enamel decanters & two stemmed glasses; Tiffany Favrile finger bowl w/ scalloped rim, 4” dia., & salt cellar; pair Hawkes cut glass & sterling decanters; 19th C. 3-pc tested silver and cranberry cut to clear glass centerpiece set comprised of epergne & pair tazzas; Loetz type vase, 9” h. and other art glass; Waterford “Lismore” stemware (22 pcs); Scottish & Murano type cased glass paperweights & cameos in crystal, four from Colin Terris & Peter Holmes “Planet” Series (24); pair 3-light candelabras; 19th C. stained & leaded glass window depicting Jacques Cartier and his 1535 Canadian expedition, 27” h. x 18” w.; Baccarat animal figurines; Orrefors, etc. Northwood amethyst carnival glass: “Many Fruits” punch bowl, 12” dia.; “Singing Birds” mugs (6); “Grape & Cable”: punch bowl, hairline, 16” dia.; stand; hatpin holder; biscuit jar; creamer; bowl, etc. Clocks: Late 19th C. French figural mantel clock & pair 5-light candelabra garnitures, mantel clock sculpture based on “Le Reve” by Auguste Moreau, 24” h.; 19th C. gingerbread clocks (2), etc. Ceramics: Gildea & Walker “Melbourne” brown transferware partial dinner service (16 pcs); 19th C. Staffordshire well platter, 21” l.; Royal Doulton “Strasbourg” tea and coffee service (7 pcs); Boehm, Goebel, and Beatrix Potter birds (25); Royal Copenhagen; Royal Doulton; Royal Crown Derby; Royal Worcester; Meissen; Christian Dior “Marbre Rose” partial dinner service (50 pcs), etc. Roseville: “Water Lily” jardinière and pedestal; “Clematis” jardinière and pedestal; “Florentine” umbrella stand and sand jar, etc. Important Misc.: signedPresidential miniatures, each w/c on porcelain or ivory, depicting Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln & others;antique carved mother-of-pearl icon depicting Last Supper, 8” dia.; Nestor Martin reticulated parlor stove, cast iron w/ green enamel finish, 35” h.; late 19th C. Thomas A. Edison Home Phonograph & cylinders; mid-20th C. Halloween decorations incl. papier mache jack-o-lanterns, noisemaker, and illustrations; early to mid-20th C. Christmas mostly glass ornaments (14 pcs); Tyfon brass fog horn, 23” h.; Singer model 221-1 Featherweight portable electric sewing machine; early 20th C. Western Electric telephones; stereoscope & slides; magic lantern slides; black Americana memorabilia incl. produce labels; desk accessories incl. figural inkwells; grain painted bucket and red painted firkin; Tydol Gas & Veedol Oil 1929 advertising calendar commemorating Commander Richard Byrd’s Antarctic Expedition; painted product and store signs, etc. Bookends & Doorstops: Hubley: terrier & Pekinese bookends; flower basket; Dutch children kissing; others by Albany Foundry; Frankart; Jennings Bros.; Verona, etc. along with stage coach, Spanish galleon, windmill, figural & Boston terrier doorstops, etc. Architectural: stone Fleuree cross ornament, 23” h.; pierced wooden cornice trim, 2’ h. x 8’ w.; carved & gilt pediment trim; three carved stone gargoyle heads, 8-9” h. Religious: antique carved mother-of-pearl icon depicting Last Supper, 8” dia.; carved painted sculpture depicting Pope John Paul II, 37” h.; Spanish colonial santos of Saint Joseph, 12” h.; early 20th C. Russian icon of Saint Nicolas, etc. Asian: soapstone and bronze vases (3); Imari; cloisonné, etc.



Buyer's Premium
$0+: 25.0%
Bid Increments
From: To: Increments:
$0 $99 $25
$100 $499 $25
$500 $999 $50
$1,000 $2,999 $100
$3,000 $4,999 $250
$5,000 $9,999 $500
$10,000 + $1,000

Conditions of Sale

Payment Information: MERCHANDISE WILL BE RELEASED ONLY AFTER BONAFIDE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. It is agreed that credit card information supplied can immediately be applied towards the purchase of all successful bids. Payment must be received within three (3) business days of a sale. Invoices are available upon receipt of payment. Successful bidders may pay for purchases with cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, certified or traveler's checks, or by wire transfer (buyer is responsible for any bank fees). Personal or business checks will only be accepted from parties with established credit. Winter Associates, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by check for ten (10) business days from deposit date. If this ten (10) business day period is in effect to allow check clearance, no storage fees are incurred. Check payment made in person is subject to approval by our check clearing service. The purchaser agrees to pay all bank fees related to a returned check plus $10 (Ten dollars).

Shipping Information: SHIPMENT/TRANSPORTATION recommendations or arrangements are done only as a courtesy and all shipping/transportation is at buyer's expense. Winter Associates, Inc. assumes no responsibility to resolve problems that arise from shipping or moving companies. Most shipping is provided by the Farmington UPS Store. For questions, please contact them at 860-676-0660. Shipping may take 2-4 weeks after payment is received.

Buyer's Premium: All sales are subject to a 20% BUYER'S PREMIUM; 25% Buyer's Premium on Invaluable/AuctionZip/eBay invoices to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price.

Taxes on your purchase: Purchases are subject to Connecticut State SALES TAX except if sold to individuals with a valid resale certificate on file with Winter Associates, Inc. or if items are shipped out of Connecticut.

Condition Satement: ALL SALES ARE FINAL; NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS. ALL LOTS ARE SOLD AS IS: CONDITION REPORTS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN ALL CATALOG DESCRIPTIONS AND ARE NOT GUARANTEED TO BE COMPREHENSIVE. All merchandise is available for inspection and should be inspected before bidding. Although condition is sometimes noted in our catalog, it has not been noted on every item, and the catalog should not be construed as a full condition report. It is the responsibility of prospective bidders to examine lots and decide their level of interest. All weights and measurements are approximate. Your bidding will signify that you have examined the items as fully as you desire or that you have chosen not to examine them.
NO WARRANTY. Winter Associates, Inc. and/or the consignor assume no responsibility for the correct description, genuineness, authenticity of, or defect in any lot and makes no warranty in connection therewith. Written and oral descriptions are based on Winter Associates, Inc. opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, materials or any other feature of items being sold. Our goal is to provide prospective bidders with accurate information, however we recommend prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest.