DOUGLASS, Kan. – A pair of auctions with crossover appeal—featuring outstanding examples of Royal Flemish, Crown Milano other quality art glass and biscuit jars—are planned for Oct. 1 and Oct. 22 by Woody Auctions.
The items come from the antique collection of Eugene Sandler of Florida.
The first auction will be held Oct. 1 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, Mo.
The second auction, on Oct. 22 at the 4H Hall of the Sedgwick County Extension Center in Wichita, Kan. Both events are slated for Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m., with Friday previews. Like all other Woody Auctions, every item in both sales will be offered without reserve (everything sells, regardless of price).
“These auctions are similar yet different,” remarked Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “The first is an exceptional single-owner lifetime collection, while the second contains items culled from many estates and collections. Both should do quite well.”
That second auction will includes more than 400 lots of Royal Bayreuth, Galle vases and cameo glass, Sabino figurines, brides baskets, pickle castors, biscuit jars, Rose Medallion, art glass and more.
This plated 5 ½ inch amberina milk pitcher by the New England Glass Company is in fantastic shape.
A very rare signed Daum Nancy diamond-shaped cameo art glass vase, 4 ½ inches in height.
An extremely rare Loetz “Octopus” pattern Federzichnung art glass vase with gold stencil highlights.
Three lots expected to generate much bidder buzz in the Oct. 1 auction are an extremely rare 5 ½-inch plated amberina milk pitcher by the New England Glass Company, in fantastic condition; an equally rare 4 ½-inch signed Daum Nancy diamond-shaped cameo art glass vase with ice blue, green and yellow tones and lovely winter scene blackbird décor; and a rare 6 ½-inch Loetz Federzichnung art glass vase with a brown background and “Octopus” pattern design.
Royal Flemish pieces will include an extra fine 11 ¾-inch unmarked handled ewer with three colored segments, strong gold and graphic showing a rampant lion holding a lance and banner crest; and a rare 10 ¼-inch marked oval handled ewer with blue and pink floral highlights, strong gold and graphics of a griffin and cherub fighting and a swirled serpent.
A Canton famille rose medallion porcelain unmarked water pitcher in very fine condition will be featured in the Oct. 22 auction
Biscuit jars will feature a unique 7-inch marked Locke Worcester figural jar with cream and pink tones in the shape of a flour sack with embossed wheat design, and a fancy silver-plate lid with mouse finial; and a 7 ½-inch pink satin embossed drape mold art glass jar with enamel branch and blossom décor and silver-plate lid and bail. The piece is attributed to Mt. Washington.
Two pieces certified Mt. Washington art glass are a nice 4 ¾-inch zipper mold covered jar in white and orange tones with gold floral décor, applied jewel highlights, embossed silver-plate lid and bail and turtle finial; and an exceedingly rare 7-inch egg-shaped biscuit jar having a dark maroon background with large poppy décor and silver-plate lid and bail.
Galle examples will feature a 7-inch three-color cameo cut scented oil lamp with yellow, white and lavender tones, with a floral décor and gilt metal reticulated top; a signed three-color cameo cut squat vase with sunset, tree and swallow décor; and a signed two-handled loving cup, clear with heavy green enamel and butterfly décor, black enamel handles and gold highlights.
Three expected superstar lots from the Oct. 22 auction will include a rare 7 ½-inch Royal Bayreuth “Santa Claus” figural chamber stick (blue mark) with red jacket, in excellent condition; a 6 ½-inch signed R. Lalique solid amber “Ormeaux” embossed leaf mold vase with original label; and a 12 ½-inch Willets Belleek bowling pin-shaped hand-painted vase featuring a beautiful scene of a dog carrying a pheasant and artist signed (“K. Ryba” – Stouffer Studios).
Sabino figurines will include a 10-inch by 6 ¼-inch signed Paris “La Ronde” Art Deco embossed nude vase, white (circa 1930s); and a 7 ½-inch by 8 ½-inch signed Paris “Nymphs” Art Deco oval-shaped vase with fine opalescent color and great detail (circa 1930s). Also offered will be a signed Daum Nancy three-color cameo cut vase with sailboat and tree scenic décor.
A Royal Bayreuth (blue mark) Santa Claus figural chamber stick with Santa in a red jacket.
Galle offerings on Oct. 22 will feature a 10-inch signed “Cristallerie Galle” wheel carved pedestal cameo vase, fire polished with floral blossom and branch décor; two signed light amber cameo vases (possibly the finest matched pair of Galle vases Woody Auction has ever sold); and a signed 8-inch blown mold three-color cameo cut vase with sunflower design and great color.
Brides baskets sold Oct. 22 will include an outstanding 20 ½-inch centerpiece with Webb cased pink melon ribbed bowl set on an elaborate figural silver plate frame, with large enamel floral and gold leaf décor; and a wonderful 16 inch by 11 ½ inch pink cased melon ribbed art glass bowl by Webb, with enamel floral décor set on a nice figural silver-plate stand by Wilcox.
From the pickle castors category comes two examples worth mentioning. One is a rare 10 ½-inch by 9 ¾-inch double pickle castor having Rubina art glass inserts with enamel apple branch décor and fancy Meriden silver-plate frame; and an extra nice 12-inch pickle castor having a square cranberry insert with a white enamel floral décor, set on a Toronto silver-plate frame.
Examples of Canton famille rose medallion will include a wonderful pair of 24-inch unmarked porcelain covered urns showing elaborate Chinese figural scenes with flowering branch highlights, on matching teakwood stands (also quite possibly the finest such set Woody Auction has ever offered); and a 13 ½-inch porcelain unmarked water pitcher in fine condition.
Rounding out just some of the expected top lots in the Oct. 22 sale are an elegant 14-inch signed Devez three-color cameo cut long-neck vase with mountain, lake and tree scenic décor; and a 6 -inch figural silver-plate double inkwell desk set featuring an “Iron Duke” steam engine with heavy clear pattern glass inserts. The rare and attractive lot was manufactured circa 1860s.
Internet bidding will be facilitated by Proxibid. All Proxibid terms and conditions apply. Absentee bids will be accepted with a written statement indicating the amount of the bid. These must be received no later than noon two days prior to the sale. Absentee bids may be faxed to 316.747.2145 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this auction, call 316. 747.2694 or visit the Woody Auction website.
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