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Indian Print and Matchstick Paper Mache Box
Lot # - Indian Print and Matchstick Paper Mache Box
A papier mache matchstick box with all over floral decoration, exterior and interior and a framed print of a large mosque; box lg. 9.75, print 4.5 x 7 in. (sight).
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Handel Slag Glass Table Lamp
Lot # 215 - Handel Slag Glass Table Lamp
American, early 20th century. A Handel table lamp having a reticulated geometric metal overlay over slag glass panels. The shade sits on a bronze base with floral designs in relief. Shade with two star Handel mark on interior, base marked Handel on underside; ht. 23.25 in., shade w. 17.25 in.
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Blue Drip Glaze Pottery Vase
Lot # 284 - Blue Drip Glaze Pottery Vase
Early 20th century.  A vase with a blue drip glaze, marked Lb 22 to underside; 7.5 in.
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Charles Schnucker Abstract Oil
Lot # 362 - Charles Schnucker Abstract Oil
Charles Schucker (American, 1908-1988) Oil on canvas, an abstract title the <i>The Chasm</i> on reverse label; 40 x 22 in. (sight)
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Group of Christo Books
Lot # 401 - Group of Christo Books
Group of three includes Christo, with text by David Bourdon. Harry N. Abrahms Inc., New York, 1970. Includes 320 illustrations, with 84 in full color. PLUS Christo: Running Fence. Harry N. Abrah,s Inc., New York, 1978. This special edition copy is limited to 2159 copies signed and numbered by Christo. This book is 1655. PLUS Christo, by Lawrence Alloway. Harry N. Abrahms Inc., New York, 1969. With 71 illustrations, including three in full color. Title page signed by Christo in ink.
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Beatrice Wood (1893-1998; USA)
Lot # 104 - Beatrice Wood (1893-1998; USA)
Draped Lady Plate 
ca 1958
Glazed earthenware; ht. 1.25, dia. 9.5 in. 
Artist BEATO signature on base.

"Queens" and "Empresses" were a common theme in the drawn plates of Beatrice, an early example of Women's Rights at a time when women had yet to be allowed in the larger world of American life. This piece, showing  "Madonna-like" image has all the classic qualities of her work at that time.
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Thomas Hoadley (1949; USA)
Lot # 67 - Thomas Hoadley (1949; USA)
Colored Porcelain; ht. 7.5, dia. 7 in.
Artist signature and date on base.

Hoadley’s colored porcelain art pottery, made with the Japanese technique of Nerikomi, is included in the collections of many public museums including the National Museum of American Art - Renwick Gallery, the Museum of Fine Arts - Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts - Philadelphia, and the White House Craft Collection (now at the Clinton Library). Hoadley is the recipient of a Massachusetts Artists Fellowship, two NEA Grants, and a Bronze Metal at the International Ceramics Festival Mino ’95, Tajimi City, Japan. His work has been exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally and has also been featured in several books on ceramics.  He currently resides in Lanesborough, Mass. where he divides his time between ceramics and abstract painting.
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