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Results from Recent Auctions at Smith's

The French House Auction Featuring Early American  (August 05, 2016)

Lot 101: Civil War powder horn, 14th NH Reg. Vol., Webster, NH, Walter H. Sargent, 1863 (collected from descendants house) - $9,200

On-Site Estate Auction - Featuring Antique Autos & Tractors  (June 18, 2016)

Important Memorial Day auction-mon-day 2  (May 30, 2016)

Lot 424: Exceptional watercolor, “The Evening Fishing” by Ogden Pleissner - 18" X 25" (sight size) - $40,250

Lot 432: Fabulous 3.01ct. diamond ring set in platinum with approx. .60ct. tw of side diamonds, 10.4 grams, size 7 - $11,500

Lot 482: Great commercial grade E Howard Co. Boston shelf clock, marble dial and gilt case, made for the Utah Bank in Baltimore Maryland illustrated in old photo in bank - 70" x 38" - $8,912

Lot 501: Important large size still life oil on canvas, signed R.S. Dunning 1867, 25" X 36" with family prov. (Arthur Sherman Phillips (1865-1941) was born in East Bridgewater, Mass. to Mark and Susan S. Pratt Phillips. In 1872 the family moved from East Bridgewater to Fall River, where Phillips graduated from Fall River High School in 1883. After graduating from Williams College in 1887 and Boston University Law School in 1892, he worked as a legal assistant for the defense in the Lizzie Borden case and opened his own law practice in 1894. A genealogist by avocation, Phillips was a member of several New England genealogical and historical societies and authored The Phillips History of Fall River. Phillips's first marriage was to Elizabeth Lurena Cheney (1870-1905), with whom he had three children: Lurena Phillips (b. 1894), Kathleen Phillips (b. 1895), and Elizabeth Aubrey Phillips (d. 1965). After Elizabeth's death, he married May Churchill Wiggin (d. 1943), with whom he had a daughter, Margery May Phillips. - $109,250

Lot 650: Fine Steinway Model "S" baby grand piano, ser. #552923 c. 1999, well maintained. - $19,550

Lot 435: Fine Federal inlaid mahogany tall case grandfather clock, dial signed Joakim Hill, Flemington, NJ - 94" H - $13,225

Important 2 Day Estate auction, property from a MA estate, proceeds to benefit Historic Deerfield Inc.  (October 31, 2015)

Good patriotic "The Sailor's Bible" carved and painted game board/box - $38,000

Most Important Annual Labor Day Auction  (September 07, 2015)

Lot 210: An exceptional 19th C. Chinese rosewood display cabinet on stand, very detailed carvings throughout, signed on reverse, carved ivory drawers, 39"H x 24"W - $9,000

Lot 249: Important Chinese 19th C. porcelain vase blue under glaze and famille verte, 16"H. family prov. gifted to a petroleum executive in the 1950's - $6,000

Lot 297: Good Tiffany table lamp, green leaded 16", shade marked Tiffany Studios, New York #1436-1, base with great patina marked Tiffany Studios, N.Y. 189-S148 - $10,500

Lot 260: Late 18th C. Italian Neo-Classical inlaid walnut commode with slate top, 45"W x 35"H - $6,500

Lot 222: Jewelry-Lovely strand of natural pearls with a silver topped gold clasp containing a rose cut diamond, approx. .12 ct., the pearls are GIA certified #5171207633 natural with no indications of treatment, ranging in size from 4.64-7.23 mm in diameter, 18 in. long, 19.58 grams, includes the original box. - $9,500

Lot 334: Group of three Chinese carvings, well carved of red coral - 6-6"H - $9,000

Lot 264: Lalique plaque, The Mask, 13" sqaure - $3,500