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Neal Auction Company auction sales always include fine porcelain, period decorations, antique lighting, bronzes, 18th and 19th c. clocks, glass, crystal, antique garden ornaments, good early mirrors and estate furnishings.

A Fine Highly Carved Oak Nine Tube Tall Case Clock, late 19th c., Walter Durfee movement, case attributed to R.J. Horner, Co., New York, retailed by Tiffany & Co., the tubular bells, also marked by Durfee, play Whittington and Westminster chimes, the arched crest with griffins flanking a cabochon cartouche, acanthine frieze, the face flanked by full relief figures of "Father Time", the beveled glass door below with Seraph and female terms to the sides, the griffin base centered with a carved plaque of a Viking ship, on blocked feet, height 113 in.
Sold on October 6, 2007 for $108,687.00
A Tiffany Studios "Lily Pad" Leaded Glass and Bronze Table Lamp, c. 1910, the shade with an all over pattern of emerald and aquamarine lilypads against a blue-green ground, lower border set with textured emerald tiles, on bronze spiraling base, shade stamped "Tiffany Studios, New York, 1502", the base stamped "Tiffany Studios, New York, 443", height 26 ½ in., diameter 20 ½ in.
Sold on February 22, 2002 for $107,250
A Fine Rococo Revival Carved Walnut Nine Tube Tall Case Clock, c. 1895, Waltham Clock Co., retailed by Smith Patterson Company, plays Whittington and Westminster chimes, tubes marked, top with stepped cornice, carved with rocaille, roses and putto mask, case with carved scrolling stiles, putto masks and asymmetrical glazed panels, spreading plinth with a central cartouche, height 108 in., width 30 in., depth 20 in.
Sold on December 1, 2007 for $51,700.00
A Large Baccarat Crystal "Bambous Tor" Forty-Six Light Chandelier, 20th c., comprised of aqua and clear cut glass elements bearing etched Baccarat mark, the spreading corona over two dome tiers, a vasiform standard and three graduated tiers of ropetwist scroll arms, ending in prism-hung bobeches and candle cups, a bowled circlet with a large spherule below, the whole hung with button swags, Albert spears, and fleur-de-lis, height 75 in., diameter 52 in.
Sold on March 4, 2006 for $38,775.

A Napoleon III Marble Urn and Bronze-Mounted Pedestal, mid-19th c., signed Eugene Cornu (French, d. 1875), the breche d'aleps marble urn carved with grapes and foliage, satyr mask handles, the tapered rouge marble pedestal with floral and foliate finely cast bronze doré mounts, height 81 in., width 24 in., depth 24 in. Sold for $35,250.00 on February 23rd, 2008.  WORLD RECORD PRICE AT AUCTION.

A Fine George III-Style Anglo-Irish Cut Crystal Sixteen-Light Chandelier, mid-19th c., electrified, height 60 in., diameter 44 in.
Sold on February 23, 2002 for $33,350.
A Monumental Rouge Marble Grand Tour Column, early 19th c., in the form of Diocletian’s Column, h. 49 in.
Sold on December 10, 1994 for $33,100.
An Important American Carved Mahogany Tubular Tall Case Clock, c. 1900, by Walter Durfee, retailed by Theodore B. Starr, New York, the bonnet with carved shell ornaments above frieze with applied vines over an arched glazed door with flanking acanthus scrolled supports, the silvered dial with applied brass Arabic numerals and pierced spandrels with inscribed medallion, the case with carved putti supports and central glazed door revealing nine tubular bells marked Durfee, below shell and foliate carving, the plinth base with scrolled brackets ending in bun feet, height 97 in., width 23 in., depth 15 in.
Sold on October 6, 2007 for $29,375.00

A Rare and Important Three-Piece Grand Tour Garniture, early 19th c., unusually fine and large, meticulously cut in giallo di Siena marble, on very good nero belgio marble plinths, representing the Ruins of the Temple of the Heavenly Twins, Castor and Pollux; the Temple of Vespian, inscribed "[R]estitver"; and the Column of Phocas, the base extensively engraved with an inscription discovered in 1813, height 18 3/4 in., 18 1/2 in., and 21 3/4 in. Sold for $26,290.00 on February 12th, 2011

An Aesthetic Gilt Bronze Volute Clock, c. 1875, by E.F. Caldwell & Co., New York, h. 19 1/4 in..
Sold for $23,500.00 on December 4, 2005
A Covered Jade Vase, early 20th c., of white nephrite with scant smoky brown inclusions, the relief dÈcor consisting of Daoist figures seated in a cave, the surrounding vegetation dense, the cover surmounted by a stupa-shaped urn, the chain attached to an ox beneath a pine tree, height 8 in., length 13 ½ in.
Sold on February 23, 2002 for $25,300.
A Fine Colonial Revival Carved Mahogany Nine Tube Tall Case Clock, c. 1895, movement and tubes marked Walter Durfee, retailed by Tiffany & Co., New York, plays Whittington and Westminster chimes, brass finials, scrolled pediment over an arched moon dial, feather and fan-carved case flanked by gilt-brass mounted columns, stepped plinth, on lobed, shell feet, height 100 1/2 in., width 23 1/2 in., depth 17 in.
Sold on December 1, 2007 for $24,675.00

A Pair of Georgian-Style Bronze and "Lapis Lazuli" Athéniennes, the finialed lidded urns mounted on tripodal supports topped by rams heads, garlands and guilloche moldings, ending in acanthine hooves, incurvate onyx plinth bases, height 52 in., diameter 18 in. Sold for $23,500.00 on October 11th, 2008

A Fine Pair of Antique Louis XVI-Style "Sevres" Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Urns, Sold on October 4, 2003 for $23,000.00
An Aubusson Carpet, c. 1860, the burgundy field with shaded red scattered foliate sprays around a large cartouche containing a rose bouquet in pink and green hues on an ivory ground, golden scroll work border, contained within a pale pink ground, the spandrels having polychromed floral bouquets and acanthus, in an egg-and-dart border, 18 ft. 11 in. x 15 ft. 9 in. Provenance: Fairvue Plantation, Tennessee.
Sold on December 8, 2001 for $23,000.
An American Cast Iron Sugar Kettle of Massive Proportions, 19th c., height 39 in., diameter 87 in.
Sold on April 14, 2007 for $21,150.00

A Pair of Fantasy Rock Crystal, Malachite, Gilt and Patinated Bronze and Marble Figural Garniture Obelisks, obelisks supported on rhinoceros' howdah, marble bases with decorative mounts, fronted with a pietra dura scene of a temple, height 41 1/2 in., width 10 1/2 in., depth 21 in. Sold for $20,912.50 on April 25, 2014.

An American Federal Carved Giltwood Eagle, early 19th c., spreadwing, clutching arrows, height 13 1/2 in., width 43 in. Sold for $20,912.50 on May 4th, 2013.

A Group of Chitimacha Tribe Baskets, some single weave, some double weave, by various weavers, including Lydia Darden and Ada Thomas.
Sold on April 7, 2001 for $20,067.00.
0 A Set of Fine Antique American "Lamb and Willow" Cast-Iron Fencing, mid-19th c., approximately 90 ft., twelve sections, thirteen posts, most retaining their collars and finials, the reserves and gate with motif of weeping willow tree and lambs, the gate also marked in arch "Isaac B. Rich, 1874", height of each post 45 in., each section height 38 in., width 7 ft. 7 in., gate height 41 1/4 in., width 28 in.
Sold on April 14, 2007 for $19,975.00

A Vintage Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk, early 20th c., the brass and leather-bound case with yellow and green striped paint, stenciled with the initials "A.J.B. Jr." (for Major General Anthony Joseph Drexel Biddle of Philadelphia 1896-1961), completely fitted interior, retaining shipping labels from several countries and old tag stating contents (general's uniforms), height 30 in., width 44 1/4 in., depth 21 1/2 in. Sold for $19,717.50 on January 30th, 2010.

A White Nephrite Vase and Cover, first half 19th c., of baluster form, carved in low relief with stylized leaves, height 10 1/2 in.
Sold on February 23, 2002 for $18,975.

An Important Italian Renaissance Majolica Plate with the Legend of Perseus and Andromeda, c. 1535-1545, Duchy of Urbino, in the orbit of Nicola da Urbino (known active 1520-1538) and/or Francesco Xanto Avelli (active probably c. 1524-1542), possibly by one of the painters of majolica for Cardinal Antonio Pucci, c. 1540, tin-glazed earthenware, unsigned, height 1 3/8 in. (4 cm.), diameter 7 1/8 in. (18 cm.) Sold for $17,625.00 on July 12th, 2008

A Very Fine Napoleon III Bronze Doré and African Onyx Garniture de Cheminée, mid-19th c., Paris, comprising a pedestal clock supporting a gilt bronze "Satyr Family" group in the style of Claude Michel, called Clodion (French, 1738-1814), flanked by five-light candelabra held by gilt bronze putti adapted from designs by the same master, all on elaborately scrolled and garlanded gilt bronze incurvate bases, over bun feet, centerpiece: height 25 1/2 in., width 10 in., depth 10 in.; candelabra: height 23 3/4 in., width 9 1/2 in., depth 7 1/2 in.
Sold on June 9, 2007 for $17,625.00

A Vintage Louis Vuitton Trunk, c. 1900, with damier canvas, lock plate with serial # 08360, large paper label, interior with a shallow felt lined tray and large canvas strap "box", sides painted with "L.U.N., K.Y., on squat integral wheels, height 20 in., width 23 1/2 in., depth 16 1/2 in. Sold for $17,150.00 on February 23rd, 2008.

A pair of monumental Louis XVI-style patinated iron gates, sold on April 17th, 2005 for $16,450.00.

An Italian Carrara Marble Figural Jardinière, late 19th c., signed at right rear on the lower edge of the marble, "Prof. A. Petrilli[,]" Firenze / Made in Italy, on a verde antico base, height 31 1/2 in., width 42 1/2 in., depth 15 in. Sold for $15,535.00 on November 19th, 2011

A Pair of Monumental French Patinated Bronze Six-Light Figural Torcheres, late 19th c., Sold on October 4, 2003 for $14,950.00

An Italian Carved Rouge Marble Three-Piece Grand Tour Garniture, mid-19th c., representing prominent ruins located in the Roman Forum, including the Temple of the Heavenly Twins Castor and Pollux; a corner of the Temple of Vespasian; and the Column of Phocas, with a fanciful bronze image of that prince, heights of temple fragments 14 in.; of Phocas's column, 14 1/2 in. Sold for $14,937.50 on May 4th, 2013.

A Continental Carved Elm and Bone "Boar Head" Cellarette or Humidor, late 19th c., hinged at the jaw, foliate scroll feet, height 25 in., width 14 in., depth 22 in. Sold for $14,687.50 on July 12th, 2008

A Suite of Marble Figures, of the "Four Seasons", each appropriately modeled; variously oxidized surfaces with some wear and discolor, height 61 1/2 in., width 14 in., depth 15 in.
Sold on April 14, for $14,100.00

A Monumental and Impressive Napoleon III Gilt Bronze Surtout du Table, 19th c., in four sections, each centered by a musical trophée with pierced "vintage" surround, baluster-form finials, paw feet with palmette, acanthus, shell and foliate scroll decoration, height 6 in., length 82 in., width 27 in. Sold for $12,925.00 on July 12th, 2008

A Fine Palace Size Kashan Carpet, c. 1925, 14 x 22 ft. 6 in., Provenance: A Dallas Texas Estate. Sold for $12,925.00 on December 3, 2005
A Pair of Monumental American Cast Iron Garden Urns, mid-19th c., with a scalloped open bowl on tripartite gryphon supports on a triangular plinth base, height 49 in., diameter 47 in.
Sold on June 2, 2001 for $12,650.

A Neoclassical-Style Gilt and Patinated Bronze Jardinière, late 19th/early 20th c., central corbeille on baluster support, smaller corbeilles on winged female terms, incurvate triangular faux marbre base, height 40 1/2 in., width 29 in., depth 29 in. Sold for $12,547.50 on April 25, 2014.

Three French Yellow-Glazed Earthenware Olive Jars, 19th c.
Sold for $12,075.00 on May 17, 2003.
A Group of Eight Continental Carved and Painted Pine Columns, probably part of an architectural interior, each approximately 8 ft. tall, height 94 in., bases 17 in. square.
Sold on April 14, 2007 for $11,750.00
A Fine Napoleon III Champleve Enamel and Gilt Brass Clock Garniture, late 19th/early 20th c., the large domical and columned clock case with cylindrical body, the works marked "...Paris"; together with a pair of columned temples (en suite), clock height 19 1/2 in., diameter 10 in.; temples height 14 1/2 in., diameter 6 1/2 in.
Sold on October 6, 2007 for $11,637.00
A Persian Serapi Carpet, interior navy blue flourishes and floral designs set within an overall creme field against a blue banded border with interlocking alternating floral and geometric patterns, 11 ft. 9 in. x 16 ft. 2 in.
Sold on March 4, 2006 for $11,456.25.
A Pair of Fine American Blown and Etched Glass "Hurricane" or Storm Shades, second quarter 19th c., h. 23 in.
Sold for $11,212.00 on May 17, 2003.
A Chinese CloisonnÈ Jardiniere, 20th c., of oval form, turquoise ground decorated with plums and foliage in relief, Greek key border, height 7 ¼ in., width 14 ¾ in., depth 9 ½ in.
Sold on February 23, 2002 for $10,925.
A Fine English 18-Inch Terrestrial Library Globe, c. 1870, W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh & London, made up of two sets of twelve finely engraved gores, engraved brass hour dial, brass meridian circle with graduated degrees, the papered horizon ring with degrees of amplitude and azimuth, compass directions and houses of the Zodiac
Sold on June 9, 2007 for $10,757.00
A Figured Walnut Case Regulator Clock in the French Provincial Taste, mid-19th c.
Sold for $10,350.00 on May 17, 2003.

A Vintage Louis Vuitton Trunk, with "LV" logo canvas, lock plate having serial number "021247", padded lid interior, paper label, sides with painted names "Belknap" and "J.R.B/Louisville, K.Y.", on squat, integral wheels, height 13 1/4 in., width 35 in., depth 21 in. Sold for $10,200.00 on February 23rd, 2008.

An antique Kirman Palace carpet, sold on April 17th, 2005 for $9,800.00.
Etched and Blown Glass Fly Catcher, mid-19th c.
Sold for $9,775.00 on May 17, 2003.
A Set of Six Tiffany-Marked Iridescent Favrile Glass Footed Sherbet Dishes, c. 1910, the glass golden with pink and lavender tones forming round bowls cut with swag and garland motifs, height 3 ¼ in.
Sold on February 22, 2002 for $9,488.
An Italian Ebonized, Polychromed and Carved Giltwood Circular "Blackamoor" Pedestal in the 18th Century Venetian Taste, c. 1900-1910, height 35 ½ in., diameter 31 in.
Sold on October 13, 2001 for $9,200.
A Good Pair of Antique Iron Gates, mid-18th c., probably French, found in good order, variable aged and oxidized surfaces, height 103 1/2 in., width 62 in.
Sold on March 4, 2006 for $9,106.25.
A rare Gorham aesthetic movement mixed metals table lamp, c. 1883, Sold on April 16th, 2005 for $9,106.25.
Dale Chihuly (American/Washington, b. 1941), “Macchia”, blown glass, signed and dated “Chihuly, PP01” with Plexiglas cover and plinth, height 9 1/2 in., width 11 in., depth 10 1/2 in.; together with a book by Robert Hobbs, Chihuly alla Macchia from the George R. Stroemple Collection, Beaumont: Art Museum of Southeast Texas, 1993.
Sold on June 9, 2007 for $8,812.00
A Fine French Gilt and Patinated Bronze Figural Clock Garniture, 19th c., clock h. 17 in., candelabra h. 25 1/2 in..
Sold for $8,268.75 on December 3, 2005
Pair of Patinated Metal Figural Garden Torcheres, Sold on October 4, 2003 for $7,590.00
A Pair of Continental Gilt Bronze Nine Light Candelabra in the Gothic Taste, Sold on October 4, 2003 for $7,475.00
A Polychromed Carved Pine Bust of Andrew Jackson, late 19th c., height 16 in., width 17 in., depth 10 in.
Sold on June 8, 2002 for $7,475.
A Fine German Porcelain Figural Group of Leopards, c. 1914, by the Schwarzburg Workshop for Porcelain Art, after a model by Etha Richter (German, 1888-1965), signed and dated on the side of the base, impressed fox factory mark, finely detailed and glazed, approximate length 17 in.
Sold on February 3, 2007 for $7,340.00
A Set of Rene Lalique Molded Glass Stemware, in the "Thionville" pattern introduced in 1924, 36 pieces total
Sold on December 8, 2002 for $6,900
A Rare Set of Twelve Steuben Crystal "Audubon" Ornithological Plates, c. 1955-1970, each reserve deeply engraved with a different bird, each signed, diameter 10 in.
Sold on October 13, 2001 for $6,900.
A Fine and Large Parisian Alabaster, Gilt Bronze and Cloisonne Urn, Sold on October 4, 2003 for $6,612.00

A French Calamanderwood, Gilt Bronze and Cut Crystal Cave à Liqueur and Humidor.
Sold on October 12, 2002 for $6,325.

A Fine, Large Pair of Antique Baccarat Lustre Candelabra, probably late 19th c., the undersides of the lobed circular bases impressed with “Baccarat” label, with graduated (shaded) topaz-to-garnet and clear spiral-molded glass elements, hung with reverse-cut clear glass prisms, height 23 1/2 in., width 13 in., depth 7 in. Sold on March 4, 2006 for $5875.00

A Magnificent Museum Quality "Normandy Lace" Tablecloth, 3 ft. x 9 ft
Sold for $5,462.00 on June 7, 2003.
A Pair of Charles X Gilt and Patinated Bronze Five Light Candelabra, Sold on October 4, 2003 for $5,462.50
A French Patinated Bronze and Yellow Sienna Marble Desk Clock, early 20th c., the spherical case, with magnifying lens on the dial and back, mounted on the figure of an eagle perched on a socle base and plinth, marked "Made in France", height 14 in., width 12 in.
Sold on October 6, 2007 for $5,287.00
A Large Polychromed Wood Figure of St. Peter Martyr, 18th c.
Sold for $4,312.00 on June 7, 2003.
A Set of Murano Gilt Glass Stemware, early-to-mid 20th c., comprising 42 pieces.
Sold for $3,680.00 on June 7, 2003.
A Late Regency Cut Crystal and Gilt Bronze Two-Light Argand Lamp, c. 1820
Sold on December 6th, 2003 for $3,565.00
Spanish Colonial School, 18th c., "Christ as Man of Sorrows", Ecuador, polychromed carved and gesso wood, total h. 30 1/4 in
Sold for $3,105.00 on June 7, 2003.

A Fine Napoleon III Burlwood and Kingwood Cave à Liqueur, c. 1860
Sold on December 6th, 2003 for $1,610.00
A Rare William IV Tortoiseshell Sewing Coffer, c. 1830, h. 4 1/2 in., w. 2 1/2 in., d. 1 1/2 in
Sold for $1,380 on June 7, 2003.

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