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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.

Fine Art, Prints, Sculpture, Continental & American Antiques & Fine Furnishings, Clocks, Lighting, Silver, Jewelry, Asian, Etc.

Fine Art: Henry Ahl, Jr. oil;George Appert oil; Christian Bang oil; George Bogert oil; Carl Gilbert w/c; Charles Green oil; George Hays oil; John F. Herring, Sr. oil; Marion Huse oils (6); Benno Kogl oil; Maximilien Luce crayon & pastel drawing;Gonzalo Martinez w/c; Charles LaSalle gouache & w/c; William Robinson Leigh oil; George McCord pastels (2); Janos Molnar oil; Henry Murphy in period Newcomb-Macklin frame; Dewitt Peters oil; Gary Ray oil; Ensel Salvi oil; Prosper Senat w/c; Seth Steward oil; Douglas Teed oil; Nelson White oil; Irving Ramsey Wiles oil depicting woman seated at table; past attribution to George Morland indistinctly signed; many Continental School genre scenes & landscapes; American School landscapes & portraits, etc.

Prints & Photographs: Pierre Bonnard etching; Leon Dolice etching; Reginald Green etching; Francis Haden etching; Margie Harris etchings (2); William Hogarth engravings (2); Philip Kappel etching; Luigi Kasimir etchings (2); Luigi Lucioni etching; Samuel Margolies mezzotint; Peter Moran etching; Jackson Norma Morgan aquatint & engraving; Jackson Nesbitt etching; Georges Roualt etching; Charles Sawyer hand-colored photographs (42); Jackson Simpson etching; Jules Andre Smith etchings (2); Thomas Sutherland engravings (3); Currier & Ives and Kellogg lithographs (2); mid-19th C. PA baptismal announcement fraktur; botanical prints, etc. Sculptures: Alphonse Arson bronze pheasant, 19” h.; Hans Dietrich bronze & ivory sculpture, 6” h.; Anna Hyatt bronze Grizzly bear & cub; late 19th/early 20th C. statues, etc. Continental Antiques: François Linke signed Louis XVI style marble top bowed glass vitrine w/ exotic veneers & ormolu mounts; secrétaire à abattant, mahogany w/ marquetry inlay, etc. Early American Antiques: Queen Anne: lowboy; highboy, apparent marriage, etc. Hepplewhite: bookcase desk; Pembroke table w/ possible connection to MI state senator Zachariah Chandler (1813-1879); revolving sewing or work table, etc. Sheraton: flamed mahogany sideboard; three chests of drawers, one figured maple & cherry, signed at back; two dining tables, one gateleg, the other modified from drop leaf table; two slant lid desks, one figured maple, etc. Other: mahogany tilt top table; small chest on frame; Federal side chair, etc. Fine Furnishings: Continental: 5-pc Louis XVI style parlor suite comprised of settee, pair armchairs, & pair side chairs; Louis XV style marble top cabinet w/ pair Jasperware plaques; 2-pc corner cabinet w/ marquetry decoration;Louis XV style quatrefoil shaped vitrine; 3-pc French style parlor suite incl. settee, arm chair & ottoman; two marquetry inlay game tables; marble top semanier; kidney shaped vanity table; fruitwood side chairs (4); bergere type armchairs (2); triangular corner stand w/ ram’s heads; upholstered chaise lounge; marble top smoking stand, etc. Late 19th C./early 20th C.: Paine Furniture Co.: double pedestal dining table w/ leaf storage rack; sideboard; caned chairs incl. two arm & four side; etc. Other: two large armoires, one w/ fitted interior, one w/ cheval door mirror; Victorian marble top chest of drawers w/ attached mirror; bowfront mahogany china cabinet; glass front bookcase; single pedestal dining table; walnut & caned turtle top hall table; marble top server w/ matching backsplash; Victorian armchair w/ dolphin crest; Edwardian armchair w/ marquetry inlay, etc. Mirrors: early 19th C. Rococo style gilt wall mirror decorated w/ putti; 19th C. wall mirror w/ deep cove gilt frame; Federal wall mirrors w/ reverse painted tablets (5), etc. Clocks: RareTiffany & Co. quarter or 1/2 hour strike carriage clock w/ calendars, thermometer & alarm; late 19th/early 20th C. unmarked nine-tube tall case clock w/ marquetry inlay & string banding, 9’ h.; early 20th C. tall case clock w/ signed & numbered Heckles movement, 9’ h.; Japy Frères figural bronze & parcel gilt mantle clock w/ full relief statuettes of Hermes & Demeter; Martenot 3-pc painted boulle form shelf clock, 56” h.; 2 L. Marti clocks, one cloisonné & onyx w/ signed hand-painted pendulum, the other black slate w/ faux tortoiseshell trim; Continental reproduction figural clock “Gloria”; two cast-metal figural mantle clocks; Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos; Jerome & Co. 8-Day Office No. 2 drop dial wall clock; Rhythm wall clock w/ bird’s eye maple inlay; Morbier; Greenwich; Seth Thomas, etc. Lighting: early 20th C. figural floor lamp depicting Blackamoor gondolier, 78” h.; Olive Kooken Deco figural lamp; late 19th C. Roman style fluid lamp w/ accessories; composite fluid table lamps (3); fluid table lamps converted to electricity incl. Gone-With-the-Wind type; pair majolica floral lamps; pair tole table lamps; Rococo style chandelier & pair brass sconces; early lighting accessories incl. pulls & lamp lighting; betty lamp, etc.  Asian: Furniture: 4-panel floor screen w/ carved dragon motif; wall display cabinet, etc. Antique carved ivory: 19th C. Japanese short sword w/ scabbard; snuff bottles, netsukes, boxes, vases, pipes, etc.; Japanese & Indian figures (8), etc. Decorative Arts: monumental champlevé charger depicting hawk & crane, some damage, 23” dia.; large assortment of cloisonné vases, boxes, animal figures, censors, etc.; sizable group 20th C. Chinese & Japanese lacquered & rosewood stands, etc. Lamps: blue and white porcelain table lamps (3); cloisonné table lamps (2); converted celadon vase, etc. Ceramics: Sumidagawa pottery vase, 9” h.;blue & white and Rose Medallion serving bowls; 19th/20th C. ginger jars (3); Satsuma type; Imari type, etc. Art: 18th/19th C. Japanese woodblock prints including triptych; diptych; depictions of samurai, scholars, and ladies (5); Utagawa Hiroshige (2); Jewelry: 10K & 14K rings, necklaces, medals, pendants, stick pins, etc.; 14K & diamond Victorian earrings; 14K diamond & pearl Edwardian pendant; 14K filigree Edwardian bracelet; 2 pairs 14K earrings; 2-pc pearl suite incl. necklace & earrings; 14K multi gemstone ring; pair 14K Mikimoto pearl earrings; 19th C. Victorian carved ivory brooch; along with an assortment of costume jewelry featuring Bakelite, Weiss, Trifari, Napier, etc. Silver & Sterling: pair mid-19th C. Mayerhofer & Klinkosche figural candlesticks stamped 812; Reed & Barton “Hampton Court” serving pieces & flatware (42 pcs); Towle “Symphony” flatware (43 pcs); late 19th C. Walter & John Barnard (London) pitcher; Gorham platter, 11” dia.; weighted candlesticks & candy dishes; Tiffany framed calendar; Gorham coin silver master salts with lion’s head motifs (2), etc. Russian Enamel & Silver: covered urn stamped 84, 7” h.; sugar basket stamped 88; trinket boxes stamped 84 & 88 (3), etc. Other Silver: Aesthetic Movement silver plate serving pieces incl. revolving domed serving dish, compote, tray, coffee & teapots, etc. Glass: Lalique; Swarovski; Orrefors; Kosta; Waterford; Murano & Venetian type; cameo glass presidential paperweights; smoked & art glass, etc. Ceramics: two Thallmaier Studio (Munich) porcelain plaques incl. one depicting Three Fates; Rosenthal “Bamberger Reiter” equestrian figure; Aynsley pattern 5652 dinner service (38); Rosenthal “Helena” coffee service (27); Cauldon dinner service (38); English blue & white transferware incl. platter (4); Capodimonte covered tureens on detached liners; Spitzendorf figural porcelain compote w/ village musicians, 11” h.; Royal Cauldon “Flower Series” luncheon plates (8); Dresden type double bud vase, etc. Rugs: Antique: Navajo (2), etc. Oriental Rugs: Antique: Persian Mahal; Turkish Sparta, etc. Semi-Antique: Persian Kirman, 16’ x 11’, etc. Modern: Afghan Bokhara prayer & scatter rugs (4); Moroccan flatweave; Persian Baktiari; Persian Heriz; Persian style; Ushak runner; Tabriz, etc. Books: 1743 vellum bound copy of “Castelli e Ponti de Maestro Niccola Zabaglia…” complete w/ 54 plates; Clarence Winthorp Bowen, "The History of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington…", etc. Dolls:16” Kestner “Hilda” character baby; 11” Armand Marseille “Dream Baby”, etc. Important Misc.: antique Continental or English ivory figures on ivory plinth depicting standing couple in 1790s costume, 16” h.; Edison Model H 4-Minute Standard Phonograph w/ 65 cylinders; 13 20th C. duck & shore bird decoys by Big Sky Carvers, Duck Stamp Series, Jim Arute, W. Ray Freden, Patrick Vincente, etc.; five mid-19th C. bound volumes of the Hartford Courant, 1838-1843; pair Continental enamel & parcel gilt urns w/ lion’s head double handles; hardstone figures incl. some turquoise, tiger’s eye, rhoderite, malachite, etc.; Russian lacquered boxes (3); 19th C. English tantalus; large assortment of desk accessories, still banks, bookends, doorstops, bootscrapers, etc.; ladies accessories incl. opera glasses; miniature Pembroke table, 15” h.; lacquered, inlaid & mauchlinware boxes; brass candlesticks; telescope, barometer, compasses, 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.