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Listed below are some of the featured items we have sold for our clients in the past.

Fine 19th Century Russian Bronze by Eugene Lanceray Sold for $65,000 at our November 5th, 2006 Auction.

The Rowe Family Chippendale chest. Attributed to the workshop of Benjamin Frothingham, Charlestown Ma. Sold for $138,000

Proceeds from the sale of this chest donated to Vassar College and The Audobon Society of Massachusetts

Important Collection of Nantucket Baskets from the Virginia and Harry Sprong Collection, Littleton, MA. This fine collection sold for an aggregate total of over $80,000 at our April 23, 2006 Spring Auction. Click on image to see entire collection.
Rare and important Elmer Crowell shore bird decoy miniatures sold for $19,000.

Important and Rare American Folk Art Polychrome Decorated Document - Deacons Box with Outstanding Decoration.

 

Owned By Deacon Samuel Waitt of The First Baptist Church of Malden, MA & having the artist's name on reverse in medallion "William Paine, Painter, Boston" Ca. 1820. Sold to benefit The First Baptist Church of Malden, MA.

This important and rare box sold for $22,500.00.

Important oil on canvas White Mountain scene signed lower left Benjamin Champney in original gilt-wood frame. This featured lot sold for $14,500. Sight Size: 22" x 35"

French yellow Gold, blue enamel, diamond and seed pearl bracelet, late 18th Century. Having 8 strands of seed pearls conjoined by an oval clasp enameled in deep cobalt blue with white bands, and set with rose-cut diamonds. Length 7 inches 17.8 cm.
From The Estate of Letitia Todd Howe, Purchased from the Collection of Lillian Nassau, Ltd. New York City.

Tiffany - Favrille Furnaces Miniature Vase - Height 4” from a Maine collection. Detail of Tiffany vase on bottom.

This Tiffany vase sold for $1,900.00.

Fine French parquetry inlaid fire gilt bronze mounted one drawer center table – c. 1900 (Needham, MA home) – (H) 29.5” (D) 34 ¾”

Fine French parquetry inlaid fire gilt bronze mounted one drawer center table c. 1900 (Needham, MA home) (H) 29.5” (D) 34 ¾”

This French parquetry inlaid table sold for $11,000.00.

Exceptional 18th C. Italian marquetry inlaid 3 drawer chest from a Cambridge estate. It sold for $7,500.00.

A fine pair of inlaid English Regency mahogany Bibliotheques – c. 1815 ( Medway , MA home) – (H) 8 ¼” x (D) 17 ¾” x (W) 35”

They realized $6,500.00 at our Summer 2007 auction.

Fine French provincial fruitwood 2 drawer Commode c. 1890
provenance: Paul Manship home, Gloucester (H) 32 ½” x (W) 33 ¾” x (D) 17 ½”. This Commode realized $3,200.00 at our Summer 2007 auction.
Fine 18 th Century French Provincial chest from the home and Studio of Paul Howard Manship. This French chest realized $7,500.00 at our Summer 2007 auction.

Nantucket Pocketbook by Reyes (From a Dublin NH home). It realized $2,200.00 at one of our auctions.

Meiji Period umbrella stand (H) 24” x (D) 8 ½” (Bayard family Dublin NH ). It sold for $1,200.00.

Fine enamel and silver miniature travel clock marketed Tiffany & Co. New York, Paris London – (H) 2 ¼” with original case. It sold for $1,000.00 at one of our recent auctions.

 

Two Cape Ann Oil Paintings on Board By John Eliot Enneking

Autumn Colors brought $1,500.00.

Sandy Bay brought $2,400.00.

Fine Sheraton mahogany and curley maple inlaid card table realized $5,400.00 at our recent 2008 Winter auction.
Fine Caucasian carpet. It realized $2,000.00 at one of our recent auctions.
Important ephemera from the collection of Bernard Baker including signed photographs and autographs of movie stars, sports figures, presidents, musicians, and many notable figures from 20th century. Approximately 5,000 items. The collection brought approximately $47,000.00
Antique yellow gold three stone ladies diamond ring approximately 2-1/2 carats (mine cut). It sold for $2,550.00 at one of our recent auctions.
The Hannie C.O. Miller collection from Stamford, CT. Founding family of Stamford's first department store opened in 1868. The spoons were acquired from 1893 to 1905 during Hannie Miller's grand tour(s) where she was also buying goods for the retail store. There are a total of 304 spoons. The collection brought $20,675.00 in total.
Carving of sperm whale by Noted Carver Clark Voorhees Length 18 inches. Brought $5,250.00.
Georg Jensen 4 piece tea set. It realized $2,700.00 at our January 2008 Auction.
Fine Meiji Era Satsuma incense burner. It sold for $1,800.00.
Fine Banjo Clock with original face and signature and original tablets. William Cummens (1768-1834 Roxbury Ma.) Apprentice to Simon Willard. From Hannie C. O. Miller's collection. Sold for $4,000.00 at one of our recent auctions.
   
   
   

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