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Sun, April 23, 2017 8:00PM

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Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
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Our Spring Auction auction event features Antique and Contemporary Fine Art,Sterling Silver,fine rarities from China and Japan, Antique and Contemporary Design Furniture, Persian Carpets, Fine Jewelry, Crystal, Bronzes, Porcelain and more. Estate treasures including several rare pieces from Marshall Fredericks the esteemed American Sculptor's personal collection, the estate of a well known Asian Antique Dealer & Shop Owner, as well as several Charleston SC Estates. REGISTER TO BID AND SHOP ALL 350 LOTS IN THIS AUCTION NOW PREVIEW all of the lots at our Gallery and Showrooms at 918 Lansing Drive, Mt. Pleasant SC. Call for hours. Bidding starts now and will end with a Live Online Event that starts at 1 PM EST April 23rd. 

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  • Estate sale photo Lot 114 - Five (5) Audubon / Amsterdam Edition elephant folio lithographs. This group includes 1- Brant Goose. 2- Black Tern. 3- White Ibis. 4- Flycatchers and Vireo. 5- 3 Icterids. All unframed on woven paper with watermark, each elephant folio size 26.5"h x 39.5"w overall size. PROVENANCE: The Estate of a Charleston, South Carolina Art Dealer / Gallery Owner.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 146 - Andre Gisson (American 1921-2003) Original Oil on Canvas Impressionist Summer Landscape with Figures. Signed "Gisson" lower right. Professionally framed in Ornate Carved and Pierced Gilt wood Frame with Linen Liner.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 111- Complete Antique Solid Sterling Silver Etched Judaica Kiddush Set, New York, c. 1910. Consisting of a tray, which is 9” wide, nine cups, each 4” tall and a Decanter 9” tall. All marked sterling. Sterling Weight 860 grams.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 119 - Original Oil on Linen Canvas title "Unity Alley" by Lyn Ward Simon of Sullivans Island, SC. A stunning depiction of Unity Alley with sun dappled cobbletones, palmetto trees and brick facades in early morning. The oil was a winner of the 2004 Purchase award at the 20th Annual People's Choice Art Exhibition at First Federal, 34 Broad Street, Charleston, SC . Professionally framed in gilded frame with brass plaque. In Frame measures 21.50"x25"x3.50".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 152 - A Large Bruno Zach (Austrian, 1891-1945) unsigned Circa 1915 "Rock Movers", bronze group on marble base. A Powerful Bronze study of Two Workers moving a Boulder mounted on rectangular marble plinth. On Base measures 13"x8"x9 1/4". Weight 32 pds. PROVENANCE: The estate of Marshall M. Fredericks, by descent.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 132 - Large Antique Isfahan Room Sized Rug Late 19th c. The ivory field with a central polychrome pendant medallion of urns and vases flanked by landscapes and flowering vases. Exceptionally soft lambs wool, measures 114"x154". Approximately 9 feet 5 inches x 12 feet 8 inches. Some age expected, appropriate wear. Colors still quite vibrant. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 105- We are exceptionally proud to showcase this magnificent and highly decorated ca. 1850 George Goulcher double set triggers and hammers, over & under hunting rifle / shotgun that is from the Estate of the Famed American Sculptor Marshall Maynard Fredericks.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 108 - Original Elizabeth O'Neill Verner (1883-1979) Etching "St. Philips Gate", signed lower and titled in pencil by the artist, 2-1/2 x 2 in. (plate). Professionally framed in a custom Museum wood frame with French mat measures 14.75"x19"x1.75".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 185- A Rick Satava Glass Paperweight. Containing a stylized anemone on the interior. Underside is signed and numbered "Satava 636 - 05" 4.5" x 4.5". Weight 4 pds.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 160 - Six Robert Haviland & C. Parlon Limoges France "Colette" Dinner Plates. The Colette Gold pattern features a 22k gold scalloped border on beautiful white fine china, accented with gold verge. Made in France, each 11". PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. All are in excellent condition, no scratches or marks.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 112- Chinese Jade Bowl Carved with Dragons. The Bowl of a dark spinach green color, slightly everted rim, circular foot. Three carved dragons all chasing the elusive flaming pearl of wisdom. Late Qing Dynasty. On curved wood display. Bowl measures 8"x8"x3.25".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 103 - Andre Gisson (American 1921-2003) Original Oil on Canvas Beach Scene c. 1960. Signed "Gisson" lower right. Professionally framed in Gilt wood Frame with Linen Liner. In Frame measures 21"x18"x2 1/2".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 120 - Good Quality 20th century Mahogany Secretary Bookcase. Chippendale Style mahogany with fruitwood banding. Two door 12 pane glass top ovens to reveal 2 small drawers and 1 longer center drawer, 1 shelf. Drop front desk over 2 faux drawers with slide to hold desk. Fully fitted desk interior with inlaid starburst center door. Secret compartment in desktop slides open. Base has two long drawers on ogee bracket feet. Measures 43 x 21 x 96".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 51 - Twelve Double Elephant Folio M. Bernard Loates Color Audubon Prints. All signed and numbered by the artist, edition of 1000 each. Incredible color and clarity. Over ninety colors of ink and paint were used and Loates prepared a new etched steel plate for each image, and the quality far surpasses that of all other modern Audubon] prints. Double Elephant Folio sized at 26.5" x 39.5".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 47 - Lady's 27" baroque pearl necklace with a total of 66 pearls. The necklace is individually knotted with 66 pearls which measure approx. 7.50 - 10.00mm/ea; the pearls are white in color and have good luster. The necklace has a 14kt gold pearl clasp and weighs approx. 27.30 dwt (42.40 grams).
  • Estate sale photo Lot 178 - Pati Bannister (American/New Orleans, 1929-2013) Original Oil on Masonite "Two Faces". Signed "Pati" lower right. Professionally framed at her gallery in a Silver Wood Frame. Wonderful Mid Century, early work by Pati Bannister. In Frame measures 18"x20"x2". Masonite 10"x8". Weight 4 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston, SC Private Estate. Very well known for her skilled portrayal of the delicacy, sensitivity, and mystery of women, Pati Bannister was considered by many to be a unparalleled master of feminine portraiture and exquisite detail. Pati was born in Highgate, England, overlooking London in 1929. Pati had art lessons as a young girl and ultimately went to work for J. Arthur Rank, the moviemaker, as an animator where she spent a great deal of time working on detail, composition, and color mixing. At 22 years old, Pati came to the United States as a governess for a family in Connecticut. Later she became a flight attendant in Florida where she met her future husband, Glynn. Little did she know he would become the strongest influence in her life as he inspired her to pursue and share her artistic abilities with the public. In 1958, she and her husband moved to New Orleans and Pati started painting portraits in Jackson Square. Ultimately, she and Glynn would own two art galleries located in the French Quarter. In the late 1960's, they moved to the Mississippi Gulf Coast where her art business thrived making her a nationally known artist. She continued her career painting stunning young girls. She retired in 2005, using her time to take piano lessons, gardening, and traveling extensively In recent years Pati was featured on the cover of Southwest Art Magazine twice, Prints Magazine, Museum Magazine of the Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, Florida Art Gallery Magazine, and has been featured in many other art magazines, including Art Voices South, Collector's Mart and International Fine Art Collector.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 126 - Two English Victorian Cut Ruby Glass Double Ended Scent Bottles Both of these bottles were meant to hold perfume at one end, smelling salts or a vinaigrette at the other. One with a carrying chain and ring on the caps for suspending on a chatelaine or the finger, measures 3.25" long. The other with ornate repousse tops measuring 4.25". The bottles were made by welding two separate bottles together, then giving the finished bottle polishing and cutting either in simple panels or elaborate designs. The hinged compartment would have held a vinaigrette and the other side would be filled with scent. The bottles first appeared in the late 1700s, but it wasn't until the 1850s that they were in general use. Their popularity waned around 1875 but they continued to be manufactured until the turn of the century.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 177 - Set of 4 Matching Wedgwood Crystal Crown Amber Yellow Cut To Clear Crystal Wine Hocks. All are signed. A hard to find color. Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. Each measures 8 1/4" tall.
  • Estate sale photo Lot 86- Antique 19th century French Figural Swan Vermeil Etui Sewing Kit. Five piece set in a blue velvet lined black leather fitted case with framed french beauty on the front. Complete with scissors, needle case, thimble, hook and knife. Also included is a small handmade romantic petit point card dated 1849, as found with case. Push button open. Displays well. Case measures 7"x4.50"x1".
  • Estate sale photo Lot 94 - A matched Pair of Original Mid Century Russell Woodard "Sculptura" Arm Chairs. Excellent condition with all original finish, no broken wires of welds. Purchased in the early 1960s by noted American sculptor Marshall M. Fredericks and part of his estate. Each chair 32" High x 27" Wide x 24" Deep. Russell Woodard was an American furniture designer closely associated with the Mid-Century Modern movement. During the 1930s Russell Woodard and his brothers, Lyman and Joseph, began to develop the first line of hand-crafted wrought iron furniture. Woodard chairs have become synonymous with mid century furniture and they have been made in a variety of materials. PROVENANCE: The descendants of Marshall M. Fredericks.
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