Each Offered at:
-5% Markup for 30 Days.
-10% Markup from 31 to 90 Days.
-25% Markup after 90 Days
(See Official Invoice Below)
TIFFANY FAVRILE GLASS AND BRONZE TYLER LAMP, 1899-1920.
The dome shade in mottled green and white opalescent glass tiles, the upper section with scrolls in mottled golden-amber glass, set on three scrolled arms above a font, the font and base each cast with stylized leaves, shade impressed "TIFFANY STUDIOS/ NEW YORK," base impressed "TIFFANY STUDIOS/ NEW YORK/ 8354." Height 28 inches, diameter 18 1/2 inches.
IMPORTANT PAIR OF GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY SERPENTINE-FRONT DOULBLE SWING-LEG CARD TABLES IN THE CHIPPENDALE TASTE, ONE WITH PAPER LABEL "MILLAR & BEATTY, LTD., GRAFTON STREET, DUBLIN."
Each hinged top with molded edge, serpentine front and sides above a conforming apron joining molded cabriole legs with shell-carved knees and scroll feet. Height 29 1/2 inches, width 36 inches, depth 15 3/4 inches.
PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY LOLLING CHAIRS WITH FLORAL AND ANIMAL UPHOLSTERY.
SET OF FOUR CURRIER & IVES PRINTS: AMERICAN HOMESTEAD - SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN, AND WINTER.
Each a small-folio handcolored lithograph published by Currier & Ives, New York, 1868-69. Framed. Conningham 168, 170-172.
THE FALLS OF NIAGARA, THIS VIEW FROM THE UPPER BANK, ENGLISH SIDE.
Handcolored aquatint engraved by Charles Hunt from a drawing by Lieut. Col. James Cockburn, published by Ackermann & Co., London, 1857. Frame 26 3/4 x 35 inches.
Literature: Listed in "Impressions of Niagara: The Charles Rand Penney Collection," p. 152, no. 302.