• Ettore Caser (Italian /American b.1880-1944) oil on artist board of sailboat anchored off the coast,  (Bahamas?) sunny day with seagulls flying above. 16” H x 24” W, signed L.L. E. Caser, very good condition, dirty could use a cleaning.
  • Tiffany & Co Art Deco bronze and marble 2 sided clock.  Silvered brass dial with gilt numerical indicators, gilt bronze frame, and shaped breccia dorata marble plinth.  Recently cleaned and calibrated, so in good condition. A unique clock with 2 faces, c.1925, and great design.
  • Hand carved turquoise eagle.  Outstretched wings as eagle is about to lift off from a rocky perch.  Detailed carving with good motion, 11 ¾” H overall, very good condition, and c.1980’s.
  • Hand carved sugilite fish in underwater theme.  Realistically carved sugilite swimming fish, in a bed of selenite crystals, with a jasper starfish, and black onyx mussels, 4” H overall, 5” W, c.1980’s, very good condition.
  • Hand carved turquoise tropical fish, 6 ½” H, in very good condition, and c.1980’s  
  • Fine pair of 19th century Limoges enamel cache pots on gilt bronze base.  Intricate romantic scenes of young women with cherubs, opalized beads surround the panel; with turquoise beads running along top and bottom.  Dark blue background with gold tracery highlights. Removable copper liners to plant in, 5 ½” H, very good condition, c.1880.  
  • Good Gaston Lachaise - American born in France [1882-1935]  - pencil drawing on paper of nude woman.  Profile of woman arms raised, signed G. Lachaise L.R. Copy of original bill of sale from “The Town Gallery”  26” W. Eighth ST, N.Y.C., Dec. 17, 1953. Family history ha drawing exhibited at “The Currier Gallery of Art” Exhibition announcement included.  Sight size 18 ½” H x 11 ½” W, silk matte, and silver leaf frame, c.1920, very good condition, Fenn-Raley estate.  
  • Frederick William MacMonnies [Am 1863-1937] bronze sculpture “Bacchante and Infant faun” signed and dated F. MacMonnies 1894, with foundry stamp of Jaboeuf ; Royard Fondeurs a Paris 10;12 R. De L'asile Popincourt, 34” H, dark patina which is strong; vibrant. Presentation to E.A. Petrequin from Hammermill Paper Co. Very good condition with slight loosening of the Roman joint in her right arm.
  • Auguste Moreau [Fr 1834-1917] bronze of young boy with rooster.  A playful young boy carries a handful of wheat sheaves while a feisty rooster pulls at the boys loincloth, a baby chick plays at his feet.  Two colors of patina dark brown, and light greenish-brown. Engaging and full of animation, c.1900, 21 ½” H, on exhibition base, very good condition.