Colorado Springs (Colorado, USA) SELLER MANAGED Moving Online Auction - Rusty Ridge Ct.

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Total count:28-  total pieces, 16 wine and 8 pilsner.

12 soup bowls, 12 salad bowls

Total count 50, various sizes and uses, from scotch to after dinner stemware

Total count 24- 5 highballs , 9 waters , 10 wine

1 platter, 1 vegetable bowl, 1 creamer, 1sugar bowl

1landscape in Autumn, original frame,28X24 and 3 18X22 landscapes, original paintings purchased from the artist

Box a holds 12 dinner plates. Box b holds 5 bread and butter plates 2boxes for this one lot.

12 saucers, 12 cups, 11 condiment dishes, 9 small individual salt or pepper cups

1covered casserole bowl, 1soup serving piece, 1covered butter dish

14 salad plates, 12 flat soup bowls

Christmas China from Chefs Cato log Co, 8 coffee cups , red trimmed with "gold", 8 dinner plates, 8 bowls, 8 salad/dessert plates. Box b holds the mugs, box a holds the plates

15.5X18.5 in original frame. 32X26 in original frame

An original oil painting 36.5X30.5 in it's original frame. Subject is an inland waterway.

1 large serving platter, 1 medium serving platter, 1large covered serving dish

Artist Florence R Walker from Yorkshire England, about 21X18, in original frames. This was purchased by the seller in Yorkshire

1small decorative plate plus stand, pottery "owl", 2 glazed pottery oriental statues, 2 painted egg shells in their cases, 2 bisque decorative bells (contemporary), 2 blown glass vases on brass/metal) bottoms

2 "ginger" jars, plus stands, 1plate (same design as black jar). Contemporary reproductions

3 carved Chinese soapstone figurines (hand-carved, date unknown, origin unknown). There are no identifying marks. 1 Oriental decorative plate plus stand

1 covered soup serving bowl, 1 gravy bowl, 2 vegetable bowls, 3 platters, small, medium and large

1 oriental vase with floral design, reproduction, plus stand ,1 "oxen", enameled metal, with separate but sitting, stone carving. The figure, which just sits on the bull is separate, 3 small stone carved elephants (figurines)

12 dinner plates in box "a". 12butter plates in box "b"

13 cups, 14 saucers, 1 creamer, 1 sugar

12 small soup cups, 1 large serving bowl, 1 medium serving bowl Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

4 highly decorated plates with gold trim, (no markings on back), 6 cappuccino cups and saucers, Japanese bone China.2 Japanese tiny tea cups in bone china, 6 each gold-trimmed cappuccino cups and matching saucer( marked PSL, Austria), 4 silver rimmed tea cups, landscape pattern Noritake on back

Dated 1963, 41 of 200 prints, in black frame, of beautiful egret bird from Florida by artist Judy Goodfellow

1 contemporary decorative serving plate, 1 Limoges platter, 2 carved stone bowls (original not a reproduction), brass "cricket", bronze horse statue with wooden base Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

1 intricately carved lamp base, brass or copper, unsure, 1reproduction of oriental ginger jar, with stand

54X36 either as a wall hanging, brackets included, or floor

3 framed pieces, all in original frames. 2 of them measure 18.5X30 and the other 23X19

1 large photography backpack, 1 regular backpack , both in black. The backpack was used for oil painting and therefore there are smudges of paint

Oriental reproductions of "blue" ware figurines. One figure has been glued under one leg, shown in picture. 1 warrior figure plus custom stand, plus a 'gold "wall hanging.


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