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3-Piece Bedroom Set Commissioned for Mark Hopkins San Francisco Residence

Carved and decorated Louis XVI three piece bedroom suite comprising a full size bed, side cabinet and commode. Cabinet and commode are marble topped. The solid cherry suite features garlands of flowers, gilt trim and handprinted panels in the style of Virgilio Tojetti (Italian, 1851-1901). These were part of the second floor bridal chamber known as the "Pompadour Room" of the Mark Hopkins Nob Hill mansion. Attributed to Herter Brothers. The room had an exuberant frescoed ceiling with flowing pink and blue flowers. The beds had massive window curtains and canopies. The bedroom suite was in many Hollywood films, including "Notorious" with Cary Grant, Ingmar Bergman and Alfred Hitchcock.

Mark Hopkins was known as one of the "Big Four" in San Francisco in the late 19th century. He was one of the founders of the Central Pacific Railroad. Hopkins choose to build his mansion on the fashionable Nob Hill (originally called California Hill) where his fellow multimillionaires also resided. Sadly Hopkins would not see his mansion and it was completed in 1878 after his death. The palatial mansion survived the 1906 earthquake but was destroyed in the fire that followed in the days after. 

Dimensions: (approximately) bed: 62.5"h x 58"w x 81"l (overall); 75"l x 52.5"w (inner), side cabinet: 40"h x 25.25"w x 23.5"d, commode 30"h x 18"w x 18"d. For shipping quote: (inside California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$10,285
01/16/2020

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3-Piece Bedroom Set Commissioned for Mark Hopkins San Francisco Residence

Carved and decorated Louis XVI three piece bedroom suite comprising a full size bed, side cabinet and commode. Cabinet and commode are marble topped. The solid cherry suite features garlands of flowers, gilt trim, silver plated locks and handprinted panels in the style of Virgilio Tojetti (Italian, 1851-1901). These were part of the second floor bridal chamber known as the "Pompadour Room" of the Mark Hopkins Nob Hill mansion. Attributed to Herter Brothers. The room had an exuberant frescoed ceiling with flowing pink and blue flowers. The beds had massive window curtains and canopies. The bedroom suite was in many Hollywood films, including "Notorious" with Cary Grant, Ingmar Bergman and Alfred Hitchcock.

Mark Hopkins was known as one of the "Big Four" in San Francisco in the late 19th century. He was one of the founders of the Central Pacific Railroad. Hopkins choose to build his mansion on the fashionable Nob Hill (originally called California Hill) where his fellow multimillionaires also resided. Sadly Hopkins would not see his mansion and it was completed in 1878 after his death. The palatial mansion survived the 1906 earthquake but was destroyed in the fire that followed in the days after. 

Dimensions: (approximately) bed: 62.5"h x 58"w x 81"l (outer); 75"l x 52.5"w (inner), side cabinet: 40"h x 25.25"w x 23.5"d, commode 30"h x 18"w x 18"d. For shipping quote: (inside California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$7,260
01/16/2020

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Grand Curio Cabinet Commissioned for Mark Hopkins San Francisco Residence

Pottier and Stymus Aesthetic Movement Grand Curio cabinet commissioned for the Rosewood Music Room (which was adjacent to the Library) in the Mark Hopkins residence, San Francisco, CA. The mixed metal marquetry inlay design and other decorative elements relate to a rosewood cabinet from the same room formerly in the collection of Warner Bros Studios now in a Northern California collection as well as the Lady's Secretary in the Newark Museum. The intricately carved oak leaf frieze is nearly identical to a desk commissioned for the adjacent library that had descended in the Washington St. home of Timothy Hopkins until it was sold at auction in 1997 for $96,000. The Grand Curio cabinet was not acquired by the Studios and is in near new original condition. Circa 1875-1880. Dimensions: 95"h x 84.25"w x 17.25"d. Provenance: Sacramento Bishop's mansion thence to private collector. 

One of the most prominent and largest American design and manufacturing firms of high quality furniture of the Victorian period, Pottier & Stymus produced furniture in the Neo-Greco, Renaissance Revival, Egyptian Revival, and Modern Gothic styles. The company supplied furniture to the President's office and the Cabinet Room in the White House in 1869, and for the homes of such well-to-do families as the Rockefellers and railway baron Leland Stanford.

For shipping quote: (California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside of California) 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$20,570
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Fine 19th Century Ebonized and Tile Jardiniere

Fine 19th century ebonized wood jardiniere accented with large side and front painted tiles with exhuberant polychrome floral displays. Front tile signed lower left, "E. Deymouth". Dimensions: 41.75"h x 32"w x 18.5"d. For shipping quote: (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,662
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American Renaissance Ebonized Ormolu Mounted Sofa

American Renaissance ebonized sofa in mixed woods with herringbone maple inlay, bronze ormolu mounts and parcel gilt. New York cabinet made, possibly Pottier and Stymus or Leon Marcotte. Provenance: By tradition, acquired from Sotheby's Victorian International Auction then to private collector. Dimensions: 46"h x 69.25"w x 31"d. For shipping quote: (inside California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$242
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Giant Clam Shell, Tridacna gigas

Giant clam shell, Tridacna gigas. Dimensions: (approximately) 13"h x 32"w x 23"d. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$666
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Giant Clam Shell, Tridacna gigas

Giant clam shell, Tridacna gigas. Dimensions: 18.5"h x 34"w x 21"d. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$605
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Giant Clam Shell, Tridacna gigas

Giant clam shell, Tridacna gigas. Dimensions: (approximately) 10"h x 33"w x 20"d. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$666
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19th Century American Gasolier, Attributed to Cornelius & Baker

19th century American gasolier attributed to Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia now electrified. The bronze, five-arm chandelier is adorned with the three allegorical figures on the stem, “Art, Science, and Industry”, that represent the Victorian love of symbolism. They are surmounted by three Baroque-style, female busts and have etched shades with ruffled edges. A similar chandelier was on the cover of a catalogue by the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the exhibition “19th Century America, Furniture and Other Decorative Arts”, April 16- September 7, 1970. Dimensions: 67"h x 31"w.

Cornelius & Baker of Philadelphia were described in the exhibition catalogue of The Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London in 1851 as, "the most extensive manufacturer of lamps, chandeliers, gas-fixtures &c., in the United States, employing upwards of seven hundred persons in the several departments of the establishment, which has been in existence for upwards of a quarter of a century."

For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$9,680
01/16/2020

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19th Century American Walnut Parlor Table

19th century American walnut parlor table with marquetry top. Probably Philadelphia in the manner of Allen & Brothers or Daniel Pabst. Features caryatid legs on hairy paw feet with casters. Provenance: Frank Boos Gallery 1997 thence to private collector. Dimensions: 30.5"h x 42"w x 29.25"d. For shipping quote: (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$3,630
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Kimbel & Cabus Display Cabinet

Kimbel & Cabus rosewood display cabinet with painted front medallion. Rosewood decorated with carving, gilt incising and ebonized areas; rectangular form, quarter-round ends enclosed by inlaid doors (marquetry Classical seated female figures with interior shelves); lower part of center section recessed with three relief columns on each side; circular center panel depicts a floral still life. Marquetry upper side panels depict musical themes. It's primary function in the Gilded Age was not storage but display. Circa 1865-1875. Dimensions: 59.5"h x 71.75"w x 23"d. Provenance: Michigan funeral home thence to private collector. This is one of six known: Brooklyn Museum, High Museum and private collections. Only one is ebonized. Possibly descended from the Andrew Carnegie family.  Signed inside by Michael Milke who “varnish this cabinet,” dated 1870.  Original untouched finish. There are only 2 known with painted center plaques. Anthony Kimbel emigrated from Germany in the late 1840s and founded a new firm in 1862, known as Kimbel & Cabus, with the French-born cabinet-maker, Joseph Cabus. Inspired by the writings of British designers Bruce J. Talbert and Charles Locke Eastlake, Kimbel & Cabus developed a line of furniture in the “modern” gothic style in the 1870s. Their furniture won great acclaim at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876, and is characterized by the use of ebonized (blackened or stained) wood ornamented with incised gilt decoration, inlaid tiles, medieval patterns, distinctive strap-like hinges, and forms that reveal the structure of the piece. By the late 1870s, the firm was the leading interpreter of the gothic revival style prevalent for furniture and interiors in America.

For shipping quote: (inside California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $25,000 - $50,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$45,375
01/16/2020

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Kimbel & Cabus Labeled Corner Cabinet

Kimbel & Cabus ebonized wood corner cabinet with painted tile inserts (likely Minton). Bears paper label on back, "A. Kimbel & J. Cabus / Cabinet Makers and Decorators / New York". Dimensions: (approximate) 75.5"h x 28"w x 29"d.

Anthony Kimbel emigrated from Germany in the late 1840s and founded a new firm in 1862, known as Kimbel & Cabus, with the French-born cabinet-maker, Joseph Cabus. Inspired by the writings of British designers Bruce J. Talbert and Charles Locke Eastlake, Kimbel & Cabus developed a line of furniture in the “modern” gothic style in the 1870s. Their furniture won great acclaim at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876, and is characterized by the use of ebonized (blackened or stained) wood ornamented with incised gilt decoration, inlaid tiles, medieval patterns, distinctive strap-like hinges, and forms that reveal the structure of the piece. By the late 1870s, the firm was the leading interpreter of the gothic revival style prevalent for furniture and interiors in America.

For shipping quote: (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,210
01/16/2020

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19th Century American Rococo Four Light Gasolier

19th century American Rococo patinated and gilt metal four light gasolier with baluster standard with four maidens under palm trees, scrolled arms each bearing an etched glass globe shade. Circa 1860. Provenance: Private collection. Dimensions: approximately 43"h x 33"w. Bears Neal Auction tag, Sept 2012, lot 184. For shipping quote: (California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012. 

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$16,940
01/16/2020

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19th Century New York Ebonized and Marquetry Parlor Table

19th century New York ebonized and marquetry parlor table having exhuberant floral and bird decorated top. On castors. Dimensions: 30"h x 54.5"w x 33.25"d. For shipping quote, please contact: (within California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,420
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers American Renaissance Cabinet Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

An American Renaissance parcel-gilt, carved and ebonized cabinet commissioned for the first floor Master bedroom of the Milton Slocum Latham residence, Thurlow Lodge, Menlo Park, California. Executed by Herter Brothers, New York, circa 1872. "WB143 label" and Warner Brothers logo brand on back. Dimensions: 6'10"h x 5'2"w x 23.5"d. Provenance: The Estate of Mrs. Mary K. Hopkins, previously sold Butterfield & Butterfield at Thurlow Lodge, October 5, 1942, lot 336, Bonham's American Furniture & Decorative Arts, 2009, lot 1296 (original Bonham's ticket present) thence to private collector. 

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

For shipping quote: (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $100,000 - $250,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$66,550
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers Dresser Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

An American Aesthetic ebonized, parcel gilt, maple and burl inlaid dresser by Herter Brothers, New York, circa 1872 for a commission for Thurlow Lodge. Has replaced marble top which, when lifted, reveals handwritten, "M. Latham" on top wood of dresser. Dimensions: 92"h x 54"w x 24"d. Provenance: The Estate of Mrs. Mary Hopkins, previously sold Butterfield & Butterfield, Sherwood Hall, October 5, 1942, Bonhams, Fine American and European Furniture, 2013, lot 1132, thence to private collector. 

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

For shipping quote: (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

 

 

 

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$11,495
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers Folio Stand Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

A fine American Renaissance parcel-gilt and carved walnut folio stand/cabinet by Herter Brothers, New York. Circa 1872. Commissioned for the first floor parlor of the Milton Slocum Latham residence, Thurlow Lodge, Menlo Park, California. Dimensions: 48"h x 42"w x 12.25"d. Provenance: Butterfield & Butterfield at Thurlow Lodge, October 5, 1942, lot 671, Bonhams, 2009, Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $25,000 - $50,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$57,475
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers Armchair Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

Carved walnut chair by Herter Brothers, commissioned for the billiard room of Milton Latham's estate, Thurlow Lodge, Menlo Park, California. Circa 1872. The chairs are believed to be part of a set of eight, two are held by Stanford University, and one in the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia. Dimensions: 53.5"h x 31"w x 27.5"d. Provenance: Thurlow Lodge, Butterfield & Butterfield, 1942, Bonham's May, 2009, Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$11,495
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers Armchair Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

Carved walnut chair by Herter Brothers, commissioned for the billiard room of Milton Latham's estate, Thurlow Lodge, Menlo Park, California. Circa 1872. The chairs are believed to be part of a set of eight, two are held by Stanford University, and one in the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia. Dimensions: 53.5"h x 31"w x 27.5"d. Provenance: Thurlow Lodge, Butterfield & Butterfield, 1942, Bonham's May, 2009, Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$11,495
01/16/2020

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Herter Brothers Night Stand Commissioned for Thurlow Lodge

Herter Brothers night stand with rouge griotte marble top above a single drawer on cylindrical supports over a cupboard. Commissioned for a second floor Bedroom of the Milton Slocum Latham Residence, Thurlow Lodge, executed by Herter Brothers, New York. Circa 1872. Dimensions: 30.5"h x 18" x 18". Provenance: Butterfield & Butterfield, October 5, 1942, lot 423, Bonham's New York, May, 2009, lot 3326, Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Thurlow Lodge is the no-longer-extant Menlo Park California mansion of former California governor and United States senator Milton Slocum Latham (1827–1882) and his second wife, Mary McMullin. Mr. and Mrs. Latham commissioned the interior design for their home from the New York City firm of Herter Brothers, whose San Francisco outlet catered to prominent patrons such as Mark Hopkins, James Flood, Darius Ogden Mills, and John D. Spreckels.

Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$5,808
01/16/2020

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American Victorian Crane Form Pedestal, attributed to Herter Brothers

A fine American Renaissance Revival parcel-gilt and carved walnut pedestal with crane accents, attributed to Herter Brothers, New York, third quarter 19th century. Dimensions: 43"h x 24"w x 15.5"d. Provenance: Bonhams, New York, 2009, lot 1287, Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.

Brothers Christian and Gustave Herter were German immigrants. The Herter Brothers firm (1864-1906), in New York, specialized in comprehensive interior design and cabinet making to the Gilded Age. Among their clients were William Vanderbilt, Mark Hopkins, Jay Gould, Ulysses Grant (for the White House), Milton Latham (Thurlow Lodge) and Ruggles S. Morse (a Southern hotel baron). Their work is known for its complex carvings and ornamentation as well as skill of workmanship.

Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$27,225
01/16/2020

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Tiffany Studios Poinsettia Table Lamp

Tiffany Studios poinsettia leaded glass table lamp having geometric leaded green glass shade with poinsettia border above a three light base. Shade marked "Tiffany Studios New York 1558". Base marked, "Tiffany Studios New York 545". Dimensions: 22.5"h x 17.5" diameter (approximately). Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger Jr. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $25,000 - $50,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$27,225
01/16/2020

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Tiffany Studios Style Favrile Glass Table Lamp

Tiffany Studios style gold favrile glass three light table lamp. Shade is unmarked. Base marked, "D431". Dimensions: 25"h x 14"d (approximately). Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger Jr. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$4,114
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Tiffany Studios Counterbalance Desk Lamp

Tiffany Studios counterbalance desk lamp. Linenfold shade marked, "Tiffany Studios New York 1938 Pat Appl'd For". Lamp base appears to be unmarked. Dimensions: 14.5"h x 21.5"w x 8"w (approximately), fitter 2.25" diameter.. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger Jr. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$3,388
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Tiffany Studios Leaf and Vine Leaded Glass Table Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York leaf and vine leaded glass table lamp, having a geometric decorated shade above a three light patinated bronze base, underside marked Tiffany Studios New York 6848, shade marked Tiffany Studios New York. Dimensions: 23"h x 16" diameter (shade) approximately. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger Jr. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com.

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$9,300
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R.J. Horner Tall Case Clock

Carved oak Renaissance Revival tall case clock by R.J. Horner, having a pierce carved arched crest centering a cabochon flanked by angels and flowers, above a gadrooned molding surmounting a glazed door opening to a dial with a silvered chapter ring having applied Arabic numbers, pierced hands, with gold scrollwork in the center as well as the corners, topped by a landscape moon phase dial, the face flanked by carved griffin supports, above a case with a door having a carved Northwind mask above an elongated oval glazed opening revealing nine tubular bells and a brass pendulum, flanked by high relief carved mermaids with double twisting tails atop acanthus plinths, resting on a paneled base carved with a sleeping putto, scrollwork, and birds, above a gadrooned plinth, the whole rising on melon carved compressed bun feet. Dial marked, "Tobey Chicago". Dimensions: 120.5"h x 31"w x 18"d. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger. Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$51,425
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Patriotic Marble Clock

Patriotic theme white marble clock featuring an eagle atop a flag draped sphere surmounting a round porcelain dial. Flanked by portrait busts all on four round spheroid bases. "Virture, Liberty, Independence" carved at base. Inscribed verso, "Thomas Maples / Philadelphia". Dimensions: 20"h x 14"w x 8"d. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger, Jr.. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$5,566
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3-Piece Victorian Clock Garniture

Three piece Victorian gilt bronze clock garniture featuring a clock having a putti form finial and round porcelain floral accented circular dial. A pair of five light gilt bronze and porcelain candelabras accompany the clock.  Dimensions: (tallest) 26.5"h. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger. For shipping quote, please contact Box Brothers Sacramento at boxbrosacto@gmail.com. 

Estimate: $250 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$945
01/16/2020

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Regency Gilt Table

Regency gilt marble topped table highlighted by crossed dolphin supports. Dimensions: 36.5"h x 48"w x 23.25"d. Provenance: Estate of William B. Ruger. For shipping quote, please contact (in California) Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088; (outside California) Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,662
01/16/2020

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Four Regency Style Armchairs

Four Regency style armchairs with carved and gilded arms in the form of griffins and decorative molding. Made for MGM Studios, the chairs were props in the 1943 movie The Picture of Dorian Gray, starring Hurd Hatfield, an acquaintance of Rugers for many years. Dimensions: 39"h x 27"w x 34"d. Provenance: William B. Ruger, Jr. Shipping within California: Delbert McCrea 831-566-6088. Outside of California: Alexander Services 203-324-4012.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,936
01/16/2020

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