Charles M. Talbot Associates

Outstanding Annual Auction

Talbot Homestead, Turner, Maine

Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at 10:00 A.M.

 

We are pleased to announce our summer sale of selected estate antiques collected especially for this annual sale to be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2022.   Preview by appointment in the week prior to sale, on Monday, August 15th from 8 am to 5 pm and morning of sale 7:30 am to 9:45 am. Sale will be held at the Talbot Farm, Poplar Hill, Turner, Maine.

 

 

Late auction additions from a fine Brunswick home include 3 American Chippendale side chairs with carved pierced splats and serpentine cresting rails;  Chippendale mahogany armchair; Sheraton 2 part carved & gilt mirror by James Todd, Portland, Maine; Federal gilt mirror with carved & gilt phoenix; Eglomise 2 part mirror attributed to James Todd, painted panel attributed to Charles Codman; Chinese 4 panel black lacquered folding screen with mother of pearl & ivory inlays; Chippendale mahogany basin stand; Chippendale mahogany lazy Susan 3 tired stand; Early 20th century gold gilt jeweled Burmese kneeling Buddhist monk figure and standing gold gilt Buddha statue; Henri Savry oil on canvas of barnyard  with cows (27 x 41 ½”), in ornate gessoed frame; Large Chinese silk embroidered panel depicting young family; Georgian mahogany brass bound, barrel shaped wine cooler on stand with divided interior; Pair of Dutch faience covered urns; Sheraton mahogany gaming table w/ shaped top & inlaid base;  American walnut tilt top table with birdcage interior, ca. 1780.

 

 

Furniture:  American William & Mary diminutive (5’ high, case width 32”) highboy; Early turned armchair w/ ram’s horn arms (belonged to Nelson Dingley – Governor of Maine); Small Sheraton figural mahogany secretary w/ arched glass doors; Empire curly maple three drawer work table w/ heavy carved leg & claw feet; Early walnut Welsh pewter cupboard w/ 3 drawer over 3 paneled doors; Small Italian polychromed cabinet w/ painted scenes & colorful flowers; 3 early pine corner cabinets (one w/ barrel back); Empire center table w/ carved feet, 3’9” diameter; Small Regency cabinet w/ intricate inlay & painted medallions; American maple drop front desk, 36” wide; Two Federal 4 drawer hardwood bureaus; Federal mahogany game table w/ shaped sides; Federal curly maple washstand w/ bowed drawers; 6 Federal one & two drawer stands; 3 second period Flemish heavily carved chairs; Empire 4 drawer bureau having 2 small upper drawers in accented & natural finish; Mahogany 2 drawer Duncan Phyfe style revolving table w/ leather top; Pair of gooseneck side chairs; Oak child’s roll top desk; Oriental oval tea table w/ 6 stools, heavily carved; 2 nice maple four posted beds, complete.  Mid Century Modern: Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen oval teak dining room table (w/ 2 large leaves) and 3 chairs; Ludvig Pontopiddan teak bar cart w/ drop leaves & black laminated center; Hans Wegner teak secretary bookcase / room divider; Brown Jordan “Tamiami” patio set composed of table, 4 chairs & chaise lounge;  Kipp Stewart for Drexel walnut king sized bed w/ nightstands having tambour doors; Georg Thams for Vejen leather swivel lounge chair & ottoman; Bench made pair of mid-century modern armchairs, stone top coffee table & end tables; Paris Manufacturing 8’ long davenport desk; Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen 3 legged teak Dot stool.

 

Items of Interest: Antique Hammacher Schlemmer work bench; Henriot Quimper bride and groom on horseback figurine by Emile Just Bachelet; Pair of wrought iron tile top tables by Henriot Quimper depicting underwater sea creatures; Pepsi-Cola metal bottle cap sign by Stout Sign Co.; Country store butcher block table; Christian Becker Chain-o-matic gold scale; Beseler press camera; Gibson Les Paul Model G amplifier; R.J. Horner inlaid hall chair; Pierre Lottier child’s leather slipper chair; Stickley Brothers Arts & Crafts fernery; Oak wedding chest w/ hand painted tiles of Roman emperors; Short & Mason cased barograph; Early religious icon on carved ivory panel, 5 x 3”; Small early wooden icon, 3 x 2”; Early miniature painting on porcelain of mother & child; Japanese slide top ivory box; Japanese ivory comb box w/ carved turtles; Small ivory elephant; Carved & inlaid calling card cases; Dome top document box w/ hand painted turtles, 12” long; Old wooden galleon, 3’ long; Tin weathervane of old man fishing; Old cheese press; National Cash register in oak; Nashua undercounter cash register; Landers, Frary & Clark double wheel coffee mill, refurbished;  Trubyte dental teeth set; Selection of cobalt blue decorated stoneware; Old red child’s running horse wheelbarrow; Small old red bucket bench; Berlin Bottling Co., Berlin, NH old blue advertising box; Tall wooden wall box; Selection of old copper pots & pans; “Warren’s Saw Shop” wooden sign; Large selection of German carved wooden figurines; 2 Hubley cat doorstops; 2 Boston Terrier doorstops; Large oak artist’s easel; Daiko marine compass in case; Cased barometer; Federal shaving / dressing mirror; Cloisonne center bowl & lidded box; Early Flemish tapestry; Sarah Ann Underwood alphabet sampler; Small memorial sampler of Anne Weir dated 1851; Gebruder Heubach china head doll, 10”; Simon Halbig china head doll #120; Rosewood plant stand; Over 12 old hooked rugs. Several Oriental rugs, including room size;  Wilcox & Gilbert “C shaped” sewing machine; Wheeler & Wilson No. 3 sewing machine; Wirt & Knox Utility Cart.

 

Lighting: Pair of tall alabaster column formed lamps by Marbro; Green quartz & bronze table lamp; Handel bronze lamp base w/ figural birds; Two electrified Gone with the Wind lamps; Manifattura Colonelli Piediluco (MCP) Italian pottery lamp; Japanese h.p. floral pillow lamp; Carved marble table lamp; Several great wrought iron & marble base floor lamps.

 

Clocks: Mathias Baverle monastery clock; E.N. Welch “Patti” rosewood mantle clock; A. Stowell – Chelsea bronze mantle clock; Oak grandfather’s clock w/ brass works and painted tin dial;  Telechron Revere clock.

 

Artwork & Prints: D.D. Coombs “East Shore, Isle of Springs” Boothbay oil on canvas (OOC); Lucille Mudgett collection of 11 nicely framed paintings included 2 large undersea studies; Reginald Marsh “Drum Majorette” signed engraving; 1790 George Morland “Dancing Dogs” color engraving; 1801 William Hogarth “The Polling” color engraving; Emery Roth (NY architect) pencil drawing of large hotel (partnered with Ralph Vahan Hogopian); Collection of Japanese woodblocks in box; Kendrick oil on board (OOB) idyllic town in fall; John Gable “Australia II” defeating Liberty USA in final race for the Americas Cup AP 1983 limited edition print; Terry Haan “Forme #1” etching; Hans Memling “Christ Bearing the Cross” diptych chromolithograph by Christian Shultz, 1877; Irving Amen “Chanukah” woodblock print; George Chen portrait of young woman; Kitagawa Utamaro woodblock print “Love That Meets Each Night”; American school OOC landscape; Lg. Edward Richardson OOC ship painting; OOB landscape signed Coombs; Lg. Paul Sample “Boys’ Ski Outing” print; 3 Audubon prints of Rose Breasted Grosbeak, Wild Turkey & Canada Goose;  Collection of 6 Vermont landscape OOBs depicting locations of Indian artifacts found, late 19th century; Sandpaper painting of sail & rowboats; Early OOC depicting old couple with monkey & dog; OOB of baby girl attempting to catch birds, after Hermann Kaulbach; Thomas Cornell 1965 etching of Michelangelo; Lloyd McNeill 1969 screen-print “Feed Kids”; John Ihle tribal etching in color;  Lg. Charles Sawyer hand colored photograph “Sunset on the Kennebec”; F. Philip Legori “A Street in Venice” hand colored etching; Kenneth Steel “The Custom House, Dublin, 1938” steel engraving; V.H. Struive “Sooneck Castle” watercolor; Ezio Martinelli embossed print “Figurines” 1961; Miniature cityscape sg. J. Douchet; Early OOC of forest fire, uns.; Pair of gold Carig-Rohane (Boston) frames.

 

Pottery, Glass & China: Pair of Baccarat crystal candlesticks; Royal Copenhagen celadon glazed ginger jar; Steuben glass figurines including fish, whale, owl, rabbit, chick, bud vase & magnifier; Daum glass sailboat; Extra-large Majolica Caffagiolo Tusca Orcio handled jug; 20” Italian pottery floor urn w/ lion’s head handles; Collection of Mary Gregory colored glass including 5 vases & 3 tumblers; Large setting of David Collamore Minton embossed gold rimmed china; Other quality gold decorated plate sets; Parianware pitcher depicting wheat harvest, attrib. Edward Walley; Knesseth Denisons nautical decorated stoneware mugs; Powell & Bishop Staffordshire blue & white “Arab” pattern pitcher; Royal Copenhagen figurines includes faun riding turtle, girl & goose & boy w/ puppy; 3 fancy fish platters including Johnson Bros. “Fish” pattern, Arabia & Limoges platters decorated w/ family of deer; Weller “Hudson” vase; Pair of Staffordshire spaniels; Large lot of Mexican hand blown amber water glasses sg. Avalos; Chinese ginger jar & bowl depicting boys at play; Oriental vase signed Gangjin Daiyasu; Pair of Hirado dragon & cloud bottle vases; Japanese ginger jar decorated w/ birds; Copeland Spode jasperware hunt scene pitcher; Amphora Art Nouveau handled vase; Collection of colored glass paperweights;  Etched & cut glass decanters including Hawkes; Set of 8 Johnson Bros. “Fish” pattern dinner plates; Set of Bohemia dinner plates hand painted w/ game fish by L.M. Henderson; Set of Wedgwood plates depicting differing skiing scenes; Set of Tresseman & Vogt Limoges plates hand painted with woodland scenes; Nice selection of cut glass including brilliant period sweet meat covered jar; Staffordshire serving trays in Perak, Albert & Melrose patterns; Priory Pottery pcs. including 16” signed Mid Century Modern vase; Two Staffordshire platters in "Asiatic Pheasant" pattern.  

 

Sterling Silver & Jewelry:  International 4 pc. coffee set including sterling tray; Tiffany candlesticks; Redlich & Co. heavily tooled & embossed rose decorated 11” bowl; Fancy Mauser Mfg. Co. handled dish, 11”; Reed & Barton cased gold washed serving fork & spoon w/ enameled tops; Several large tray lots of flatware & holloware.

 

***** As always, No Buyer’s Premium *****

Listing subject to error, all items sold as is, absentee & phone bids accepted, catered by The Sherm. Terms: cash or check with proper ID, Dealers:  please bring a current copy of your seller’s certificate. This is a partial listing, visit us at auctionzip.com (ID # 4188). Email:  cta@ctaauctions.com

 

CHARLES M. TALBOT ASSOCIATES, AUCTIONEERS

James E. Talbot, #159                                                                  Dale T. Talbot

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55 Poplar Hill Road

Turner, ME  04282

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