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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, Antiques, Americana, Clocks, Garden Furnishings, Ephemera, Coins, Toys, Etc.



Fine Art: Martin Rico y Ortega oil, Continental scene in elaborate gilt frame; Martin Ahern w/c; Pierre Bonnerot oil; Anne Bradley oil; James Champney oil; William Henry Chandler pastels (5); Jay Connaway oil; Jean-Pierre Dubord oil; Charles Ebert w/c; M.P. Elliott oil; Michael Fratrich oil; Herbert Gute oil; Arthur Hammond oil; Charles Hawes w/c; Henrik Hillbom oil; George Hitchcock pastel; Marion Huse oils, pastels, & w/c (15); Sanford Low w/c; Gene Magazzini oil; C.T. Mitchell oil; Robert Nisbet gouache & graphite drawing; Wesner Pierre-Louis oil; Henry Poor oil; F. Roberts oil; Thomas Robinson oil, dog portrait; Valentin Slonov oil; William Stevens oil; Stacy Tolman oil; Abby Warman oil; Stew Wengenroth pen & ink drawings of Kent, CT locations (7); Gustav Wolf oil; oils bearing signatures of W.L. Metcalf &Roswell Gleason Shurtleff;unsigned oil in manner of William Glackens;  mid-19th C. American School portrait of young girl in chair; early 19th C. naïve drawing of farm, etc. Prints & Posters: 1956 Dartmouth College Winter Carnival poster by Leonard Clark, Jr. & other Dartmouth memorabilia incl. c. 1928 Louis Orr etchings; Alfred Hutty etching; Levon West etching; Thomas Nason wood engravings (2); Robert Nisbet etchings of CT & FL subjects (5); 15+ 19th C. botanical engravings, etc. Late 18th/19th C. Antiques: prob. CT Windsor bow back armchair w/ blue-green finish, braced continuous bowed crest, possibly made by Ebenezer Tracy of Lisbon, CT; Sheraton flame mahogany bowfront chest w/ attached backsplash; Hepplewhite bowfront 4-drawer chest; single piece corner cabinet w/ red stain, 77” h.; prob. NY Windsor bow back armchair w/ black finish; 4-drawer chest painted mustard w/ stenciled decoration; prob. RI Windsor sack back armchair w/ black finish; Windsor comb back arm chair w/ dark brown finish; red stained blanket chest inscribed "Theadore Ya…, Red…Iowa,"  verso; Shaker rocking chair (Mt. Lebanon, NY); three drop leaf dining tables, one gateleg; grain-painted blanket chest; wagon bench; ladderback arm chair; four candlestands w/ round, square, & in-cut tops; two mahogany tilt-top tables & two drop leaf single drawer stands; two primitive drying racks, one hanging; domed top chest, etc. Victorian/early 20th C.: elaborately carved 4-drawer bureau w/ chocolate marble top & attached mirror along w/ matching burl walnut bedstead;  flame mahogany hall table w/ oval white marble top; Eastlake side table w/ red granite top; early 20th C. Regency style brass & mahogany music stand, etc. Clocks: 69” h. European pinwheel regulator wall clock w/ mahogany case & original gridiron pendulum, c. 1875-1900; Warren Telechron Co. “Quaker” Deco figural clock, etc. Mirrors: Federal wall mirrors w/ reverse painted tablets (4);late 19th C. carved shell & scroll motif; 21st C. Carver’s Guild mirror, etc. Fine Furnishings: Adirondack style Bill Duffy hall table w/ companion mirror w/ hunting & fishing motifs; repousse brass bedstead w/ fruit decorated headboard; 2-pc mahogany bookcase desk; gray marble columnar pedestal, 40” h.; Bevan Funnell Ltd. mahogany stand, etc. Garden Furnishings: Patio Furniture: MeadowCraft “Hollywood Regency” design white-painted bamboo form furniture incl. dining table suite: glass-top 54” dia. table on octagonal base along with six chairs (two arm, four side) as well as loveseat, three armchairs; & three glass-topped side tables; 20th C. black-painted cast-metal matching foliate pattern furniture incl. crescent shaped bar, dining table w/ two leaves, three bar stools, eight arm chairs, and umbrella stand; 3-pc café suite comprised of two folding chairs and round table w/ cast bird figures; two similar white wicker arm chairs, etc. Garden Sculptures: Bronze bulldog w/ green patina, 20” h.; two similar statues of children, 24” h., etc. Planters: pair square w/ lion relief; oval-shaped; oblong, etc. Stands: two 3-tier stands, one 43” h., the other 36” h.; two 2-tier stands, etc. Books, Maps, & Ephemera: Solon H. Borglum, “Sound Construction”, c. 1923; Daniel P. Ferris “The Art Journal”, c. 1849; two 19th C. engraved maps of British Isles and Groton, CT; c. 1932 R.M.S. Olympic shadowbox display containing postcard, luggage tag, spoon, and luncheon menu; 2nd Ed. Boston American newspaper dated 16 April 1912 w/ Titanic sinking headline & stories; early to mid-20th C. Dartmouth College memorabilia incl. Len Clark c. 1956 Winter Carnival poster, pennant, songbook, commemorative plates, etc. Coins: Oval-shaped display case containing 28 coins from 19th-21st C.; PCS complete sets of 19th & 20th C. Barber half dollars (24 pcs); PCS 15-pc set of 19th C. coins ranging from 1 cent to Morgan dollar; large collection of coin cabinets and cases including standing cabinet design to house full collection of U.S. state quarters; two PCS sets containing 125+ Indian & Lincoln cents & 75+ stamps; 45 highlighted Sacagawea & Presidential dollars; Sept. 11th Commemorative 10th anniversary medal; CT Revolutionary War bond; Danbury Mint Crystal Collection top display w/ American Indian sculpture, etc. Toys, many in original packaging: c. 1950 Lionel electronic train set comprised of locomotive, Pullman cars, specialty cars, tracks, etc.; Danbury Mint die cast model cars (38); Franklin Mint die cast model cars (18); Rivarossi trainsets (3); 20th C. plane models incl. Lockheed Martin (3); Louis Marx & Co. tin wind-up toys (3); Rumalu wooden wind-up boat; ship models (3), etc. Lighting: Underwriters’ Laboratories ceiling lantern & antique style wall lantern, both 33” h.; electrified brass 2-light billiard ceiling lamp; cut & pressed glass chandelier w/ drop prisms; electrified oil lamps (4), etc. Asian: Decorative Arts: Chinese carved coral figurine, 7” h.; 10+ painted wooden dolls in elaborate courtier & musician costumes w/ accessories, etc. Ceramics: blue & white and Imari palette vases, jars, bowls, serving pieces, etc. Jewelry: small assortment of sterling, coin, 18K, and costume jewelry featuring Waterford, Wedgwood type, Danecraft, Napier, Coro, Trifari, etc. Sterling: Queen Anne style Richard Dimes 6-pc coffee and tea service; Towle “Chippendale” pattern flatware (54 pcs); Towle “Louis XIV” pattern 5-pc tea set; pair Gorham candlesticks; Wallace; Dominick & Haff; International Sterling; vanity accessories (6), etc. Other Silver: 950 cigarette case w/ etched scroll decoration; Mexican & Norwegian silver spoons (10 pcs); pair probably Sheffield candelabra; serving trays (2); silver plate partial tea service incl. Meriden & Co., Rogers, Smith, & Co., & Wilcox; lacquered silver plate bird figurines (4), etc. Glass: stained glass window panel w/ floral decoration, 23” x 33”; pair Orrefors bowls; clear & colored glass decanters, cruet, & perfume bottles, etc. Ceramics: Spode Copeland “Mulberry Beverly” pattern partial dinner service (53 pcs); Limoges, France partial dinner service (120+ pcs) incl. Theodore Haviland and etched gilt; Limoges, Staffordshire, Halcyon Days, Dubarry, etc. porcelain snuff & patch boxes (18 pcs); Stevenson & Hancock Royal Crown Derby cabinet plate, “Chatsworth House, Derbyshire”, 8” dia.; blue & white Staffordshire serving platters, covered tureens, pitchers, & dishes by W. Adams, Enoch Wood & Sons, Rogers, etc. (40+ pcs); Adams “Cries of London” (6 pcs); six plates depicting scenes from life of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough; Limoges, France 5-pc  vanity/dressing set; Nao; Bing & Grondahl; Meissen; Spode; Lenox; Royale Stratford; Lladro: “A Tribute to Peace”, #2150, 17” h.; “Unlikely Friends”, #6417; boy in pajamas; angel w/ baby; standing angel; geese (3), etc. Furs: full-length ranch mink coat; full length sable mink coat; half-length tanuki jacket, etc. Textiles: early 19th C. sampler signed “Eunice B. Coley”; late 19th/early 20th C. patchwork quilts (2); vintage infant’s, children’s, women’s clothing incl. 1918 prom dress & 1951 wedding accessories; large assortment of 19th/20th C. velvet & brocade draperies by Maritje Jacobus, Henry Saling, Irving & Casson, and A.H. Davenport, etc.; 19th C. silk on silk embroidery of floral still life; 20th C. needlework throw pillows (6), etc. Oriental Rugs: Antique: Persian Kirman; Soumak flat-weave, etc. Semi-Antique: Kirman (2); Northwestern Persian runner; Persian Kashan; Persian Mashad, etc. Modern:Chinese; Heriz; Jaipur Kashan runner; Kazak (2); Oushak; Persian style runner (2), both 23’ x 2’; Serapi runner; silk transitional, etc. Important Misc.: L.M. Ericsson Eiffel Tower crank & rotary phone, c. 1892 along w/ early 20th C. American & Danish crank telephones;  brass accessories incl. pair handled doorstops & two pierced trivets; pair Tomlin Designs book form table lamps along w/ pair bookends; 10+ gilt, ebonized, & natural-finished painting frames; 19th C. copper metalware incl. tub, basin, kettle, pot, pitchers, food molds, & tools; pewter incl. James Putnam coffee pot, Freeman Porter candlesticks, & spoons; 4-gal. & 18-gal. brass kettles; early kitchen tools on double pedestal hearth rack; toleware; Fairbanks & Co. brass balance scale; brass repousse slant lid kindling box; pair vintage men’s leather field boots; papier mache lap desk, 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.