37th Annual New Year's Day Auction
January 1, 2017 at 10 AM (EST)
This is our premiere Americana Auction of the year featuring the UNRESERVED lifetime collection of Richard Kyllo and Linda Cunningham Shaker Collection. (plus selected additions)
Tues. Dec. 27 through Sat. Dec. 31: 11-5 PM
Sunday Jan. 1: 9-9:45 AM (*Storm Date 1/7)
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We received direct info from Carey at Vose Galleries, they received the painting from a Casenovia N.Y. collection in 1972, the painting was attributed to Casilear, the grandfather and father at Vose reattributed it to Sanford Gifford and then sold it as a Gifford to the collector we received it from. Attributed to Sanford Robinson Gifford (Mass./N.Y. 1823-1880), "Mountain Lake", oil on canvas. Vose Galleries Boston Mass. info reverse. 9 1/2" x 17 1/2". Unsigned. Sold by Vose Galleries as a Gifford. Sold unreserved as is.
Sold Price: $35,100
19th c. Shaker Sisters' sewing desk. Birch and pine. Features six drawers on stepped in top, slide pull out, three lower left drawers flanked by twin panels, three side drawers. Original walnut pulls. 30 1/2" x 24" x 39 1/2" Ht.. Probably Enfield N.H. C. 1840-50. Provenance Linda Cunningham Collection.
Sold Price: $12,870
Jean-Michel Basquiat (N.Y. 1960-1988), "SAMO", pencil on paper. Work 8 1/2" x 11 1/2". SAMO is a graffiti tag used on the streets of New York City from 1977 to early 1980. The character of SAMO was first developed by Basquiat, Diaz, and Shannon Dawson while they were fellow students at City-As-School, high school. The consignors deceased husband procured the piece in the 1980's, this is the fourth one we have sold from this estate, all from a single portfolio. A letter stating that will be included from the consignor.
Sold Price: $9,360
18th c. New York mahogany ball and claw foot chest of drawers. 38" x 20" x 32 1/2" Ht..
Sold Price: $8,775
Leaping stag weathervane. Stand included. 29" x 27".
Sold Price: $8,775
18th c. cherry Kas. Saddle River New Jersey, Van Buskirk Family (1st settlers of the Saddle River Valley). One of five examples purchased from the Bond House in Saddle River (Pook and Pook sold one in October). Two doors resting on ball feet. Removable cornice. 67" x 23" x 76" Ht.. Provenance: Richard Kyllo Collection New Jersey.
Sold Price: $6,728
Important 18th c. Boston, Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire maple armchair. C. 1730-1750. Pictured and described in "American Furniture" (edited by Luke Beckerdite). page 150, figure 22, described as "An Armchair, possibly made in Boston, may represent another potential prototype for Portsmouth Gaines chairs (fig. 22). This beautifully conceived and executed chair, with a tight, highly detailed crest, appears to be at first glance to be a Gaines chair. On sustained examination, its turnings and carving differ substantially. The toes are applied, and the arms do not have the exaggerated volutes seen in Gaines chairs. Furthermore the carving of the crest does not seem to relate to leafage executed by John Gaines III or by his possible carving subcontractor, Joseph Davis of Portsmouth". (Trent, Gronning and Anderson,"American Furniture" (edited by Luke Beckerdite). 17" seat Ht, 41 1/2" overall Ht.. Offered without reserve. Provenance: Richard Kyllo Collection New Jersey.
Sold Price: $5,850
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