SJ Auctioneers' online-only silverware, toys, decor & glass auction

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SJ Auctioneers' online-only silverware, toys, decor & glass auction
Walt Disney Ingersoll US Time Mickey Mouse Watch in ORIGINAL Box 1940. Estimate: $750-$2,500



BROOKLYN,NY.- With the holidays fast approaching, SJ Auctioneers is the place to find that perfect gift for that special someone, young and old alike. The firm will host an online-only Silverware, Toys, Décor and Glass Art auction on Friday, December 15th, starting at 6 pm Eastern time. Rest assured, winning bidders will have their items arrive in time for the holidays.

The catalog features a fine selection of jewelry, silverware, trains, toys and collectibles from artists, designers and silversmiths like Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Dominick & Haff, Jose Hess, Emile Delaire, Gorham, Movito, Reed & Barton, Watson, Wallace, WM B Kerr, Sackermann Hessenberg & Co, Vetreria, Murano, Arte, American Flyer, Lionel, Nintendo, Tootsie Toy, Buddy L, Matchbox and Lesney – in all, 227 lots will be sold.

Half of the top 24 lots in the sale involve silver. Leading the pack is a Tiffany sterling silver Wave Edge flatware set for 12, complete with case. The set includes 60 pieces of flatware, with no monograms, stamped “Tiffany & Co. Sterling” (est. $3,500-$5,000).

A pair of Martin Hall & Co. candlesticks, both 17 inches tall, decorated with dramatic foliate decoration and with impressed marks along the base, 216.12 troy oz., should sell for $3,500-$5,000; while a Gorham Y50 sterling silver copper jardiniere vase with applied 3-D strawberry plant and spider, having the Gorham date mark for 1911, carries an estimate of $2,500-$5,000.

A sterling silver owl cruet set by Richard Comyns (London, 1967) is expected to command $2,500-$3,500; as are a pair of Dutch silver novelty owl peppers by Schoonhoven, stamped ‘HOLL’ ‘LAND’ and having the date letter for 1911. Also offered will be a Cartier sterling Trinity set of four tumblers, each one 1.5 inches tall, with the original box (est. $2,000-$4,500).

The jewelry category will be led by an Italian-made Buccellati signed 18kt MACRI ring band featuring six white gold stations atop an engraved lace motif, each centering a round brilliant cut diamond weighing 0.18 carat (est. $4,000-$6,000); and a Bvlgari Serpenti “Forever” bangle bracelet crafted in light gold-plated brass with precious black galuchat skin inserts, and featuring two irresistible contraire iconic snakeheads with hypnotic-colored scales (est. $750-$1,500).

Also sold will be a pair of 18k yellow gold, diamond and cultured pearl earrings, containing two round, white cultured pearls (11.30 mm each) and 28 full-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.10 carats (est. $1,500-$5,000); and an 18k white gold Tahitian pearl diamond enhancer necklace with 14k white gold chain, 16 inches long, the pearl size about 10-11 mm, with three round brilliant natural diamonds having a total weight of 0.24 carats (est. $1,000-$2,000).

For the wee folk on your holiday shopping list (or for serious collectors of vintage toys), the auction has a Walt Disney Ingersoll U.S. Time Mickey Mouse watch from 1940 in overall good condition in the original box (est. $750-$2,500); and a fabulous Marx Blue and Grey Civil War playset in the original box with paperwork and even a 33 1/3 rpm record (est. $1,500-$2,500).

Vintage vehicles will include a long Tippco tin firefighter truck ladder with four firefighters in the cabin, with the key missing (est. $500-$1,000); a pre-war #815 tin litho wind-up 0-gauge freight train set by Karl Bub (est. $500-$1,000); and a pair of German-made Georg Fisher tin penny toy vehicles, one probably based on the rear-engined VW type 2 van (est. $500-$1,000).

Also up for bid is a Tootsie Toy four-vehicle Fire Department set of die-cast metal toys, with box (est. $500-$750); An American Flyer 20535 S Pony Express passenger set, including a diesel and two passenger cars ending number 37 and 38 and featuring metal trucks, metal wheels and knuckler couplers, with each car lighted (est. $450-$750); and a collection of 34 hand-painted Marx Disneykins figurines from the 1960s, nicely housed in the original box (est. $350-$750).

Beautiful pieces by Herend, the Hungarian porcelain manufacturer founded in 1826, will feature an extra-large pair of rust fishnet roosters, each one signed and measuring 7 ¼ inches tall (est. $1,500-$3,000); and a signed tall pair of cranes, 5190, each one about 9 inches tall (est. $1,800-$2,500); a signed raspberry fishnet hand-painted angel fish with 24k accents, 4 inches in height (est. $750-$1,800); and a hand-painted dog figure in the green fishnet pattern (est. $500-$1,500).

Decorative accessories will include a Daum crystal green and pink roses vase, #03507, hand-made in France and signed, 7 inches tall by 5 inches wide (est. $500-$3,500); a nice set of two Versace Le Roi porcelain charger service plates with box, made in Germany, each plate 12 ¼ inches in diameter (est. $1,500-$3,000); and a gorgeous Maitland Smith mother-of-pearl seashell caviar bowl with stand, on a silver metal pedestal with embossed seashells (est. $1,500-$2,500).

Also offered will be a Swarovski signed chess set game, clear and black, with the original box, including crystal pieces, game board and storage case (est. $1,000-$1,500); a signed Edward Hald Orrefors fish designed cased glass vase standing 5 ½ inches tall, in excellent used condition (est. $500-$1,000);’ and a Swarovski Jungle Beats parakeet couple – Fife and Fifer – designed by Heinz Tabertshofer, multi-colored and standing over 3 ½ inches in height (est. $500-$1,500).

Returning to sterling silver, top items include a pair of Spanish-made sterling silver pheasants, a male (7 ½ inches tall) and female (6 ¼ inches tall), each sporting the star maker’s mark and in good condition ($2,400-$3,200); and a lovely pair of sterling silver vases by Gorham in the Chantilly pattern, signed, each one 8 ¾ inches tall and weighing 28 oz. (est. $2,000-$3,000).

Two Spanish sterling silver figural bird decanter cruets – one a ruby red crystal, the other an emerald green crystal – with ruffled feather collars and naturalistic feet, gilded crests and beaks, hallmarked to mounts the pentagram Spanish sterling silver mark, will be sold as individual lots (each est. $1,000-$3,500). Also, a large sterling silver Reed and Barton vegetable bowl with the date mark of 1941, and a pair of sterling silver Reed and Barton bowls with the date mark of 1948, both in the Francis I pattern, should each hit $800-$2,000.










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