Kathryn Black & John White
Tuesday June 28, 2016
19 Jackson Street
(Please note new auction location)
PREVIEWS: Sunday June 26th 3-7pm
Preview & Reception
Monday June 27th 2-6pm
Tuesday June 28th 2-6pm Auction Start
PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, ADVERTISING, FURNITURE, STERLING SILVER, JEWELRY, COINS, DECOYS, CLOCKS, LIGHTING, POTTERY, PORCELAIN, ORIENTAL RUGS, MILITARY, TOYS, ORIENTALIA, SHIP MODELS, EPHEMERA, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, FOLK ART COUNTRY PIECES, FOUNTAIN PENS & more..........
This auction will be the first auction in our new Auction Gallery.
Now, White's Auctions is pleased to announce the opening of a new auction hall in Middleboro, Massachusetts. Entering our 23rd year, it is with much excitement and anticipation that we enter into this next chapter in our growth as an auction service.
The addition of this very spacious facility will provide us with flexibility and will enable us to better serve our consignors and customers.
The hall is located just outside Middleboro Center in the midst of two museums, the Middleboro Public Library, Police and Fire stations and will have ample parking.
The building is in the process of extensive renovation and will be completed in early May.
WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME YOU ALL
PRESENT & NEW CUSTOMERS & CONSIGNORS
TO OUR NEW GALLERY.
19TH C. GERMAN FOLK ART CARVED WOODEN SCHOOL HOUSE: Fifteen hand carved pieces include teacher, podium, students and black boards. Lift top hand painted school house building. Measures 7 3/4" wide x 6" tall.
PORTRAIT ATTRIBUTED TO BE OF PETER BENT BRIGHAM (1807-1877). With little education and hard work as a Boston restaurant owner and a founding director of the Ritchburg Railroad, Brigham became very successful; he never married. His will specified that $1,3000,000 was to be spent 10 years after his death for a hospital. By 1902 the money had appreciated to $2,000,000 and was used to establish the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston.
Painting on paper laid down on canvas. Image 18" x 23", ornate gilt frame.
1928 PRE-WWII PARAMOUNT LEADER, W.L. LANGE TENOR BANJO: Four string, original hard case. Mother of Pearl inlay. Barzilian rosewood inlaid resonator, nickel plated Matching serial No. 10016.
SVEND SVENDSEN (1864-1945, Illinois/Norway). Moonlit snow scene. Svendsen was an Impressionist painter. He was born in Norway and studied art in Paris. In the late 1890's he emigrated to Chicago and studied at the Chicago Art Institute and exhibited in several exhibitions.He is well known for his snow scene, landscape and sea coast painting. Image 27 1/2" x 21 3/4", ornate gilt frame. Signed lower right.
1920's BUDDY 'L' CHAIN DRIVE DUMP TRUCK. Pressed steel, painted black with red chassis and wheels. Hand crank dump body. Measures 25" long, original decals.
SINGLE STRAND MIKIMOTO CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE: 115 pearls approximately 6 1/2mm x 6mm. Original case, guarantee, and receipt/bill of sale purchased at Lane Crawford, Hong King.
FOURTEEN EDWARD VII FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN COINS. Ca 1904-1925. Approx. 77.8 pennyweight, circulated.
WILLIAM SARTAIN (AM 1843-1924) OIL ON CANVAS. Landscape at dusk. Image 18" x 24", gilt frame. Signed lower right. Sartain was a Philidelphia landscape artist known for his "Tonalist" painting. Tonalism was an artistic style that emerged in the 1880's when American artists painted landscapes with an overll tone of colored atmosphere or mist. Rooted in the French Barbizon movement, the Tonalism employs a distinctive technique using color's middle values rathr than their stronger hues, resulting in an understated effect. "The Tomalist subject matter is never entirely apparent with no effort to communicate a message or story. Instead, each sensitively chosen color, composition and line is arranged to create an intriguing visual poem."
CARVED BLACK DUCK DECOY BY ELMER CROWELL (1862-1952, East Harwich, Massachusetts). Ca 1920's. Head slightly turned to the right, original paint. Branded Crowell oval stamp signature. Measures 16 1/2" long. Crack at neck.
ESTATE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING. Old stone, newer setting. Approximately 2.3 cts set in 18kt yellow gold band with accent diamonds. Small nick under one prong.
19TH C AMERICAN COPPER FULL BODY "TROTTING HORSE" WEATHERVANE. Measures 26" long. Bullet holes and repairs.
14KT YELLOW GOLD AND CHANNEL SET DIAMOND BANGLE BRACELET. Hinged with safety clasp. Four rows of small channel set diamonds.
PAIR OF 19TH C CHINESE CARVED WOOD MYTHICAL GUARDIAN LIONS. Seated figures with turned heads, growling stance. Original red laquer and glass eyes. Measures 9" tall x 8 1/2" wide x 1/2" deep. Some loss. Provenance/Estate of Capt. Joshua Delano, Kingston, Ma.
CA 1900 PRISONER WOVEN HORSE HAIR BRIDLE. Tan and black woven in chevron pattern. Intaglio with dog head pictures, several tassels, metal bit.
PAINTED BLUE OVAL PANTRY BOX. One finger laped construction, copper tacks, original blue paint. Measures 6" long x 2 1/2" tall. Attibuted to Hingham or Harvard.
18TH C AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON RUSH LIGHT/CANDLE HOLDER: Hand wrought twisted stem, tripod base with penny feet. Wood top with iron holder.
AMERICAN STANDARD PRODUCTS DOUBLE SIDED METAL RETAIL ADVERTISING SIGN. Ca 1940’s. Retailer Adrian Bruso N. Brookfield Mass. Measures 44” tall x 36” wide.
White’s Auctions is an independent, privately owned regional auction company established in 1993 in Middleboro, Massachusetts. We are conveniently located approximately 1 hour or less from Boston, Providence, Cape Cod, North Shore and Metro West locations.
As a professional auction service we are dedicated to provide a valuable service to consignors and a destination source for antique dealers, galleries, designers and collectors.
We conduct approximately four to five listed catalogued, on-line general antiques, fine arts and decorative arts auctions per year. General Estates cataloged (not on line) auctions are held as well.
The sales offer a varied selection of fresh to the market antiques, fine and decorative arts, jewelry, silver, coins, pottery, porcelain, military and historical items and more. Each sale is unique and extensively advertised. The sales offer in-house, phone, absentee and on-line bidding to prospective bidders.
With the cast of "Baggage Battles", filmed August 2012
Looking forward to 2016.......
White's Auctions is pleased to announce its plan to open a new auction hall in Middleboro, Massachusetts.
Entering its 23rd year, it is with much excitement and anticipation that we enter into this next chapter in our growth as an auction service.
The addition of this very spacious facility will provide us with flexibility and will enable White's to better serve our consignors and customers.
The hall will be located just outside Middleboro Center in the midst of two museums, the Middleboro Public Library and ample parking.
The building is in the process of extensive renovation and will be open for business in early 2016.