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Woody Auction announces art glass auction packed with many genres
Signed Galle French cameo marquetry vase, 10 ¾ inches tall, having a green fire polished background with carved floral design and four marquetry lavender blossoms.

DOUGLASS, KAN.- An auction bursting with many beautiful items, to include Tiffany lamps, Wave Crest plaques, French cameo glass, Galle Faience pottery, brides baskets, American Brilliant Cut Glass, art glass, bronzes, French marble statues, fine furniture and more is planned for Saturday, March 9th by Woody Auction, online and in the Douglass auction hall at 130 East Third Street, at 9:30 am Central.

“We are pleased to present this carefully curated collection that has developed over the past year,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “Collecting special items can bring so much joy, and there really is something for everyone in this auction.” As always at Woody Auction, all lots are being offered without reserves. Also, there is no buyer’s premium for bidders who attend in person and pay by cash or check.

Wave Crest plaques from the collection of Don and Carrol Lyle will be led by a magnificent example, round, having an elaborate Indian Chief portrait with beaded enamel highlights and set in a gilt metal frame with an overall diameter of 11 ½ inches. The sale also has original artwork, featuring an oil on canvas painting by Belgian artist Eugene Remy Maes (1849-1931), titled Chickens (early 1900s) and depicting a rooster, five hens, chicks, a sparrow and a salt glaze jug, 47 inches by 53 inches (framed).

Wonderful vases will include a signed Galle French cameo marquetry vase, 10 ¾ inches tall, having a green fire polished background with carved floral design and four marquetry lavender blossoms; and a pair of mirror-image Mt. Washington art glass vases, each vase 20 ¾ inches in height, opaque glass with a cream background and pink rim, beautiful pink poppy décor and green and gold leaf highlights.

Fans of Galle and Daum Nancy are in luck. Lots will include a rare, elegant form Galle faience art pottery pitcher, 12 ¼ inches tall, brown with a blue mottled drip top, embossed floral and insect décor, gold stencil highlights, a figural bird handle and the elaborate Emile Galle mark; and a signed Daum Nancy French cameo art glass vessel, 6 ¼ inches by 7 ½ inches, having an acorn-shaped bowl with three large, looping applied feet, a colorful mottled background and enameled wheat and floral décor.

Collectors of Tiffany will not be disappointed. Featured items include an original Tiffany “Whirling Leaves” table lamp, 25 ½ inches tall, with three-light electrified lamp base and lovely green slag panels with autumn colored leaf highlights; and a Tiffany box, 9 inches by 6 ¼ inches, with gorgeous Carmel slag art glass panels set in an elaborate gilded grapevine pattern and marked “Tiffany Studios 826”.

Sculptures and statues will include an 18-inch-tall bronze sculpture of a belly dancer by Affortunato Gory (Gori), an Italian sculptor of the Parisian School active from 1895-1920; and a Carrara white marble stature of a beautiful nude female form by Marius J. Sain (French 1877-1961), titled Harmonie, created circa the 1920s and exhibiting high quality detail. The sculpture is artist signed “M. Sain”.

The fine furniture category will feature a pair of Victorian walnut half tester beds, one measuring 104 inches by 85 inches by 66 inches and boasting clover-shaped columns and an elaborate yellow fabric canopy with side curtains; the other one 106 inches by 86 inches by 62 inches, having a white silk and walnut canopy with elaborate scrollwork and beautiful burl highlights. Both beds are of high quality.

People can register and bid online at All bidders are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in advance. Online bidders will be charged a 15% buyer’s premium when paying by cash or check. A 5% convenience fee will be applied to credit card charges.

A preview will be held Friday, March 8th, from 2-6 pm Central. The sale is subject to an 8.75% sales tax.

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