20 April 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
FOUR TRANSITIONAL CERAMIC ART COMPANY/LENOX COMMEMORATIVE WARES
DATED 1897 AND 1902, PUCE AND GREEN CAC MONOGRAM AND WREATH MARKS
Comprising a heart-shaped dish and tyg, each painted with 'Electra' and gilt with the inscription 'St. Louis, USA'; and two small 'jewelled' two-handled vases, one painted with a maiden beneath a bouquet of clover, the reverse with the 'Sons of St. Patrick' crest and the inscription '118th Anniversary Dinner, Delmonicos, March 17, 1902', the other with a maiden in the clouds, a crescent moon in her hand, the reverse with a medallion reading 'Pallas Athene.' and the Inscription 'Kansas City, MO., October 1902'
6¼ in. (15.8 cm.) high, the vases (4)
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The underside of the dish and tyg with dymotape Inv. nos. 144 and 143.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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