A Great Coy-Krupp Sale
The Best Estate to Ever Come to the Showroom
1444 Old Skokie Road * Highland Park
Saturday December 2 * 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday December 3 * 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Property to be sold includes the following: Seven paintings by Nino Caffe (Italian 1909-1975) depicting priests and nuns in various pursuits; Three wonderful Italian pietra dura plaques; A remarkable collection of 19th Century sailor’s valentines; Extensive Georg Jensen sterling silver flatware service in the Cactus pattern; French bronze figural inkwell depicting a monkey cobbler; French bronze goose peering into a bucket; Fanciful Chamberlain’s Worcester porcelain pot pourri with shell decoration; 18th Century Staffordshire pottery figural group depicting two gents playing cards; Tole centerpiece/candelabra with floral form candle arms; Very large Plichta painted porcelain pig; Tole tray table painted with gold shells on black ground, 19th Century set in later base; Aaron Bohrod (American, 1907-1992) Still Life with Pine Cone and Kitty Toy, oil on panel; and a watercolor farm scene by Bohrod; J.F. Herring Jr. (British, 1815-1907) Horses and Ducks, oil on canvas; Arthur Charles Dodd (British, active late 19th Century) Foxhounds Fording River , oil on canvas; Victorian silver plated biscuit box with horse finial; Faberge silver pug dog form salt shaker, 1908-1917; Baccarat crystal stemware in the Jasmina pattern; R. Lalique opaline glass vase; Dozen Baccarat crystal tumblers in the Harmony pattern; Two large and colorful Bessler engravings; Pair of Adam style demi-lune tables, painted with gold swags on black ground; Sets of leather bound books; Two 1970s brass abstract figural sculptures; Chinoiserie decorated diminutive fall front desk; Extensive Worcester porcelain dinner service, circa 1745, decorated with green lotus and jagged borders on white ground complete with many lozenge form dishes and small tureens; Four enchanting Staffordshire pottery table lamps in the forms of owls, pug and kitten; Chinese Export porcelain; 18th Century Louis XV chair with dragonfly silk upholstery; Federal chests of drawers in mahogany and tiger maple; Needlepoint rug; 18th Century Derby botanical plate by John Brewer; Unusual contemporary Lalique, Kosta, Baccarat, Daum and other crystal; Two large Jay Strongwater pieces; Many Staffordshire spaniels and figural groups; Two Tiffany alarm clocks; Federal cherry slant front desk, 1790; French yellow tole dressing table; Thai carved wood panel; Lalique crystal hood ornament; Four panel leaded glass floor screen inset with 17th Century Swiss stained glass panels; George III mahogany chest on chest, 1770; Continental porcelain inkwell, 19th Century, in the form of two bears at a tree stump; Three Worcester porcelain lozenge form dishes in the Dragon in Compartments pattern; Pair of French yellow tole oil lamps; Georgian style mahogany sideboard; Large Rosenthal porcelain tiger by T. Karner; Set of four Chippendale style ladder back dining chairs; Set of six French Provincial dining chairs with shell carved crest and rush seats; French iron console with red and grey marble top; Georgian mahogany barometer, 19th Century; Highest quality intricately inlaid fruitwood corner cupboard with glazed top door; George II walnut flip top game table; Mirrored plateau; George III burl mahogany desk; Asian silver hinged box with gilded highlights to the high relief decoration; Set of four sterling silver column form candlesticks; Sheffield silver trays and serving dishes; Daum crystal bottles with feather form stoppers; Queen Anne tiger maple low boy; 18th Century salt glazed porcelain shell encrusted dish; Pair of small hunt paintings by Collender Goldsmith plus so many more wonderful things!
This is the one to attend.
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