Memorial day weekend auction

Memorial day weekend auction

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Northeast Auctions.
Portsmouth, NH : Northeast Auctions, 2013.
174 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
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Northeast Auctions May 25-26, 2013
Auction catalog.
Includes price list.
Auction held at Treadwell Mansion, 93 Pleasant Stree, Portsmouth, NH.
May 25-26, 2013
Lot 125: Pair of blown frosted glass gilt-stenciled hurricane shades, nineteenth century.
Lot 127: pair of American rococo revival gilt-brass three-light girandoles, attributed to Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston, circa 1855.
Lot 131: American gothic-rococo revival gilt-brass, marble and cut-glass "Bigelow Chapel, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts," three-piece garniture, William Shaw Co., Boston, patent December 18, 1849.
Lot 328: Georgian mahogany oval serving tray with molded edge and a pair of British cut-glass decanters.
Lot 329: set of four British frosted flint glass molded figural candlesticks and a fruit stand, attributed to john Ford & Co., Holyrood Flint Glass Works, Edinburgh.
Lot 331: Pair of American blown three-mold decanters and stoppers, and a pair of Regency gilt-decorated papier mache wine coasters, early nineteenth century.
Lot 336: William IV rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, circa 1835.
Lot 337: Nailsea pink and white blown glass rolling pin.
Lot 338: Modern miniature pedestal paperweight, Charles Kazian, 1970s-80s.
Lot 339: five Baccarat double-overlay paperweights of American presidents (Washington, Jackson, Lincoln, Grant, and Kennedy) and one of General Lee.
Lot 340: Concentric millefiori paperweight scent bottle and stopper, probably English, nineteenth century.
Lot 548: Rene Lalique molded cire perdue glass "Les Sirenes" perfume flacon, circa 1905.
Lot 575: Continental gilt-decorated stemware service, possible Russian.
Lot 590: Chinese inside painted glass snuff bottle.
Lots 629-638, 643-650, 652-658, 663-666: Venini glass including bowls, lamp bases, decanters, glasses, cruets, figures, vases, mirrors, candlesticks, light fixtures, chandeliers, sconces, obelisks, marbles.
Lots 639-642: Italian glass table objects including bottles.
Lot 651: fused multi-colored glass thread vessel, Toots Zynsky.
Lots 690-701: Venetian glass tablewares and candle haolders.
Lots 702-706, 712: cranberry cut-glass tableware and candlesticks.
Lot 707: pair of Behemian stained ruby glass vases, each with a stag roundel.
Lot 708: set of cobalt-blue wine rinsers.
Lot 711 & 713: red glass glasses.
Lots 833-835, 854: Steuben glass.
Lots 836-838: Venetian blown glass with either dragon stem or seahorse decorations.
Lot 849: pair of Louis XVI style glass "beaded" three-light sconces hung with cut-glass chains and pendant prisms, early twentieth century.
Lot 864: set of twelve Waterford crystal "Alana" pattern dishes, twentieth century.
Lot 871: pair of Regency gilt-metal two-light candelabra hung with cut-glass pendants, early nineteenth century.
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May 25-26, 2013