FINE ART, SCULPTURE, MID-CENTURY/MODERN, ASIAN, AFRICAN, HAITIAN, JEWELRY, ETC.
Winter Associates, Inc.
Location: Plainville, CT, US
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, Photographs, Sculpture, Mid-Century/Modern, Asian, African, Haitian, Jewelry, Sterling, Glass, Etc.
Fine Art: Gershon Benjamin oil; Gerard Bhengu w/c; Bruce Bomberger illustration; Alfred D. Crimi oil; Barbara Eckhardt-Goodwin oils (2); David Fredenthal pencil & w/c on paper; Marion Huse oils & w/c’s (7); Stewart Katz acrylic; Margaret Layton oil; Miklos Mihalovits oil; Noel Rockmore oil; Jan de Ruth oil; Jaing Qi pastel; Xu Yingpei oil; Valentin Zenkousky oils (2); Paul Zimmerman oils (2); Wilfred Zogbaum charcoal on paper, etc. Haitian: Claude Dambreville acrylic; M.D. Francois oil; Jacques Geslin acrylic; Jacques Enguerrand Gourgue acrylic; Rodrique Mervilus oil; Yves Michaud acrylic; Paul Nemours oil; Michel M. Obin oil, etc. Prints: Alexander Sandy Calder silkscreen campaign poster; Erte (aka Romain de Tirtoff) serigraphs (2), one from “Zodiac Suite” series; Richard Florsheim lithographs (3); Robert Indiana silkscreen; Norman Ives silkscreen campaign poster; Yasou Kuniyoshi lithograph “Pears, Grapes, and Peaches”, c. 1927; Raphael Soyer lithographs (2), etc. Photographs: Imogen Cunningham; Ralph Gibson; Jay Maisel; Jeanne Montoussamy-Ashe from “Daufuskie Island” series; Howard Schatz (3) from “Underwater” and “Nude, Body, Nude” series, etc. Posters: Family Dog Productions posters FD-56, FD-111, FD-113, c. 1967; ArtRock/Philip Cushway numbered reproduction Jim Morrison poster, etc. Sculptures: Laci de Gerenday bronze of standing bison, 11” h. x 14” w. x 6” d.; Kristen Kokkin bronze depicting nude woman, 43” h.; attr. Gregg Lefevre bronze sculpture comprised of five rectangular panels; after Alexander Archipenko bronze statue, 14” h.; two similar bronze swan sculptures, 29” & 36” h.; Christopher Ries “Pacific Flora” optical crystal glass sculpture, 12” h.; George Norboe cut glass marine sculptures, etc. Mid-Century/Modern Furniture: Edward Wormley for Dunbar: “Mr. & Mrs.” chest; sofa w/ continuous backrest; tamboured buffet (No. 4865), veneer loss; “Lawson” armchair (No. 5022) & ottoman w/ later upholstery; pair armchairs, some loss; pair cube end tables (No. 4474), etc. Folke Ohlsson for Dux: pair lounge chairs; sofa w/ cream cushions; teak dining table w/ two leaves; six dining side chairs w/ later green upholstery, etc. Also: 4-pc bedroom suite comprised of tall chest, 5-drawer chest w/ mirror, & nightstand, mahogany finish w/ possibly Bakelite pulls; B. Brody chrome & upholstered arm chairs; eight dining chairs, six side & two arm; dining table w/ four leaves; Trioh coffee table w/ wicker under tier & other platform coffee table; pair barrel back lounge chairs; three Brown Saltman & Lane cube shaped end tables; cast-iron desk chair; large & small servers; three Scandinavian end tables; asymmetrical two-tier tea cart, etc. Stickley & Mission Style: 20th C.two-tiered revolving bookcase, labeled; early 20th C. child’s reclining Morris chair w/ loss; occasional or lamp table, labeled; drop leaf end table, labeled; rocking arm chair, etc. Fine Furnishings: 20th C. Chinoiserie decorated breakfront display cabinet; center hall table w/ gray marble top; artist signed North Carolina craft wool stool, etc. Asian: Furniture: late 19th C. Chinese huanghuali altar table originally purchased in Hong Kong in 1999; pair armchairs w/ matching stand, possibly huanghuali; 19th C. Chinese altar table w/ cloud carving; 19th C. Chinese wall shelf; early 20th C. Chinese screen w/ m-o-p decoration; single panel floor screen w/Arabic script; large 20th C. Chinese cabinet, 73” h.; two sets of matching filing cabinets & chests, etc. Ceramics & Decorative Arts: earthenware vase & jar w/ oxlood glaze; early 20th C. Japanese damascene cigarette case & compacts; black & aqua champlevé vase; late 19th C. Famille Rose umbrella stand; assortment of champlevé, cloisonné, hardstone, horn, porcelain vases, boxes, jars, and dishware, etc. Sculpture: carved stone head of Guanyin, 15” h.; gilt cast-metal statue of Balinese warrior deity, 16” h., etc. Art: Chikuseki (3); Ogata Gekko; Hiroshige;Hokusai;Shiro Kasamatsu (2); Tsukioka Kogyo (2); Ohara Koson (3); Yasou Kuniyoshi lithograph, “Pears, Grapes, and Peaches”, c. 1927; Shiro Takagi; Utamaro, etc. Tribal: African: Furniture: Senufu carved wooden throne, 39” h. x 36” w. x 25” d., etc. Helmets, Headdresses, & Masks: Baluba (2); Chokwe (4); Dan incl. one executioner’s (5); Ekoi; Guro (5); Kenya; Kuba (5); Marka (2); Mende; Mossi; Pende (2); Punu; Salampasu; Senufu (4); Sepik (2); Songye (2); Tikar (3); Toma (3); three devil’s masks incl. one incorporating animal horns & pelt, etc. Statues: bronze standing elder, 24” h.; Baule seated female; Dangese standing figure; Ekoi female figure; Mossi carved figures (3); Sepik figures (3); Tikar statue possibly fertility god, 34” h.; South African standing male statue, 31” h.; Yoruba (3) including pair, 11” h., etc. Other: Benin bronze plaques (2); figural lutes (2) & cylindrical drum; Yoruba, Congo, and Dogon carvings; Senufu antelope wall hangings (2); Ivory Coast fly swatters (2); Mumuye arm puppet; early Coptic Ethiopian Christian icon, etc. American Indian: Lewis Family Acoma miniature pottery (4 pcs); Pacific NW mask of a horned figure; Pueblo, Santa Clara, & Nampeyo miniature pottery (9 pcs), etc. Polynesian: Balinese painted mask; Papua New Guinea pierced wall hanging, 15” h. x 54” w., etc. Jewelry: Rings:platinum & diamond wedding set comprised of engagement & wedding rings (center stone 2.19 cts); 18K, emerald, & diamond ballerina ring (emerald 0.65 cts); 14K two-tone ruby buckle ring; three platinum as well as 14K wedding bands; two 14K & amethyst cluster rings; blue sapphire & diamond ring (0.72 cts tw); 18K & diamond fashion ring (1.47 cts tw); 14K diamond men’s ring, etc. Necklaces:18K hollow rope chain (79.6 gms); 14K & tiger’s eye quartz chain (86 gms); antique jade prayer wheel pendant w/ 18K Gucci chain; 14K & diamond double rope chain choker, etc. Bracelets: six 14K yellow gold bracelets: one w/ wide brick pattern; one w/ nugget finish; two slides w/ diamonds, opals, sapphires, rubies, pearls, emeralds, amethysts, turquoise, etc.; one w/ black onyx; and one with diamonds (1.00 cts tw); six solid sterling Danecraft bangle bracelets, etc. Other: pair 14K & diamond earrings (1.17 cts tw); 14K multi-stone brooch comprised of nine stickpins; men’s and women’s pocket & wristwatches incl. Girard Perregaux, Rolex, Bucherer, etc.; Mexican silver; cufflinks, cameo brooches, and pins; as well as large assortment of costume jewelry incl. Napier, Monet, Corocraft, Renoir, Glamour, etc. Sterling: Tiffany & Co. “English King” pattern flatware (100 pcs); Towle “Candlelight” pattern flatware (93 pcs); Wallace “Grand Colonial” pattern flatware (55 pcs); Gorham footed compote, 15” dia.; Gorham water pitcher; Tiffany & Co. plate, 10” dia.; eight early 20th C. child’s cups by Gorham, Fisher, Whiting, International Sterling, etc.; 15 tested sterling miniatures, some w/ moving pieces, incl. horse-drawn carriages, standing & seated figures, etc.; pair George Jensen type candlesticks; Dominick & Haff, Royal Danish, International Sterling, Cartier, R. Wallace & Sons, Frank Whiting, etc. flatware & serving pieces, etc. Other Silver: two late 19th/early 20th C. boxed sets of mother-of-pearl flatware & serving pieces (26 pcs); mixed 835, 800, and silver plate souvenir spoons, etc.; silver plate incl. Gorham, Reed & Barton, Kirk Stieff, etc. Glass: Christopher Ries “Pacific Flora” optical crystal glass sculpture, 12” h.; George Norboe cut glass marine sculptures; Lalique owl and angel fish paperweights (11 pcs); Nina Ricci for Lalique figural perfume bottles (4); Steuben & Spode figurines; 35+ Swarovski & Swarovski type animal & insect figurines; art glass, etc. Waterford: terrestrial globe on base, 11” h.; “Kennedy” oval serving bowl, 13” l.; as well as decanters, carafes, vases, candleholders, biscuit jars, desk clocks, bells, etc. Oriental Rugs: Modern: Bijar design; Gabbeh; Iranian Cliassical Heriz pattern scatter rug/wall hanging; Kazak (3); Old Mashad; Oushak (2); Persian style; Serapi (2); Sultanabad; Tabriz pictorial scatter rug/wall hanging, etc. Clocks: Angelus Relide rotating combination clock w/ barometer, thermometer, etc.; Majak; Westclox; Jerome & Co.; Deco Seth Thomas; New Haven Clock Co.; E. Ingraham Co.; late 19th C. French black slate, 9” h., etc. Ceramics: Minton “Henley” pattern dinner service for 12 (72 pcs); Limoges partial dinner service (58 pcs); Homer Lauglin “Mexicana” pattern partial dinner service (70 pcs); Cauldon, England flow blue turkey platter; Royal Doulton; Royal Copenhagen; Bing & Grondahl; Lladro; Nao; W. Goebel; Herend; Aynsley; Wessels; Czech deco alienware pottery (13 pcs), etc. Important Misc.: Schonbek “Quattro” design two-toned chandelier w/ Swarovski crystal prisms, some damage; two similar bronze garden swan sculptures, 29 & 36” h.; figural 3-light candelabra, cast-metal sculptural grouping depicting camels & palm trees; carved hardstone owl sculpture signed “W. Gebbens”, repaired, 13” h.; carved hardstone figures, boxes, & stone fruit incl. tiger eye, pink quartz, etc.; two carved wooden wall plaques, one owl, other foliate; mid-20th C. wallpaper rolls w/ Japanese inspired design (5 rolls, each measuring 45’ x 18”); Mexican tourist collectibles incl. carved jade figural paperweights; two Spanish galleon form doorstops, etc.
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.
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.