Sunlight and Shadows
William Slaughter (1923 - 2003)
Born in San Antonio, died in Dallas, TX. Was a minister, then began painting and moved to Dallas. In 1968 awarded first in landscape painting.
Oil on canvas. Circa 1970
30” Wide x 2” Deep x 24” High
A pair of Italian lounge chairs attributed Gio Ponti, 1950. Chairs have been fully restored, down to the frame. Maple legs in original vintage condition.
30ʺ Wide × 32ʺ Deep × 35ʺ High
20th century American artist painting by Bonnie Siebert. A captivating painting of a sunny day in Paris with horse and buggies, ladies with hats and bright striped awnings. Signed lower right.
21.5ʺ Wide × 2ʺ Deep × 27.5ʺ High
Coromandel wood opens to reveal fitted tray of compartments, marquetry inlaid, silver and tortoiseshell lids.
Galle District, Coromandel wood grown in India, Ceylon and Southeast Asia is also know as Macasser Ebony. Probably made in Sri Lanka and then bought to England.
Gorgeous and Expensive.
12.25” Wide x 8.25” Deep x 5.25” High
Ceszlaw Zuber - Born 1948 Poland. Painted glass sculpture #4, engraved, cut with special paint resistant to UV.
13” Wide x 4” Deep x14” High
Paper mache and black gilt lacquered chinoiserie decorated occasional table. With birds and florals.
16” Wide x 13” Deep x 26” High
A mid 19th century Staffordshire purple Texian Campaign plate marked JB. Soldiers and horses are in the center with the boarder having flag draped drums and the Greek Goddess, Ceres.
10.25” Diameter x 1.5” High
A mid 19th century Staffordshire brown Texian Campaign platter marked JB. The center with soldiers and horses and the boarder having flag draped drums and the Greek Goddess, Ceres.
15.5” Wide x 11.5” Deep x 1.5” High
Oil on canvas, “Those Magnificently Painted Tipis” by Stan Davis know for genre. Ensure historical accuracy, lives in Florida. (1942-)
9” Wide x 12” High x 1.5” Deep
Marqueritte Robine is a New Mexico and Cripple Creek, Colorado artist. Circa 1980.
Image 12.5” x 17”
Frame 22.5” x 28.25”
Peony petal design 15th century 1438 Ming Dynasty. Made in the golden age of Vietnam. Ceramic salvaged in 1999 came from the vicinity of Chu Davin, Vietnam. From collection of Margaret McDermott, office.
14.5” Diameter x 3” High
A 19th century picture of florals in pastels on paper, framed.
12” Wide x 14” High
Pair of five light Gorham sterling convertible candelabras dated 1905.
16” Diameter x 17” High
Seymour Fogel, Texas Artist (1911-1984)
Mid century mixed media on paper circa 1968 - 1973, signed lower right.
Art measures 18” Wide x 24’ High
Framed 30.5” Wide x 36.5” High
A pair of teardrop candlesticks by famed American crystal maker Steuben, circa 1980.
4.25” Diameter x 8.25” High
Murano mid century vase by Barbini for Oggetti in the prettiest pale blue shade and with original sticker.
9” Diameter x 11.25” High
A round French Louis XVI style vitrine display table with lovely carved details and tapered legs. Table locks, with key.
26.5ʺW × 26.5ʺD × 30.5ʺH
A pair of by Reed and Barton Francis 1st sterling console candlesticks.
5.25” Diameter x 4” High
Early 20th Century
Provenance Nina Campbell, London
30” W x 17” D x 27” H
A pair of Francis I sterling console candle holders with hurricanes by Reed and Barton.
5.25” Diameter x 13” High
An English Boulle letter box from Asprey London with domed lid and three interior compartments. A truly delightful decorative box to enjoy for years to come.
11” Wide x 6.5” Deep x 7.75” High
Old Reed and Barton Francis I (Eagle with Lion) sterling compote.
8” Diameter x 4” High
A 19th century English faux tortoiseshell tea caddy with ivory bun feet and silver inserts. Monogram on top.
Some cracking consistent with age.
7” Wide x 4.5” Deep x 5.5” High
Mid 20th century English silver plate boule English gallery tray with fabulous details.
26” Wide x 16” Deep x 3.5” High
Early 1900’s English and American sterling silver napkin rings. Many from Birmingham, England, a couple of Gotham, a Webster. Also many with engravings such as EG for Edward Graham, Graham, TX. Overall an excellent collection that will bring some sparkles to any well dressed table. Varying sizes.
1.5” Wide x 2” High x .25” Deep
18th century French steel engraving of Paris, then spelt Parys, Also a matching steel engraving of Dijon, France both in antique black with gilt frames. Landmarks such as Notre Dame
can be found.
30.25” Wide x 1.75” Deep x 13.25” High
A 19th century continental cabinet painted with European scene of coast and shipwreck, with key.
25.5” Wide x 12.25” Deep x 37” High
A 1920’s sterling silver topped round yellow glass match striker from England.
2.75” Diameter x 2.75” High
English, George III faux tortoiseshell tea caddy with ivory bun feet and silver plate inserts.
5” Wide x 3.5” Deep x 4” High
2.5” Diameter x 2” High
An English 19th century lowboy table with crotch mahogany top and burl front and sides. Retaining original hardware and key.
30” Wide x 19” Deep x 28” High
An antique match striker from England with hallmarked sterling silver top. An urn shaped transparent sticker with green glass handles.
3.25” Diameter x 2.25” Deep x 2.25” High
James II glass sculpture by Bertil Vallien, Sweden.
Bertil Vallien (born 1938)
5” Wide x 3.5” Deep x 9” High
Frank Milan No. 6 Shells painting, framed. Tag on reverse from Palm Beach Galleries. Signed lower right.
7.5” Wide x 8.5” High
Italian carved giltwood Chinese Chippendale style mirror circa 1970 having a bamboo motif frame and pagoda crest flanked by phoenix birds. Excellent condition.
56" high; 32" wide; 4" deep
Oil on academy board painting of a dog by American portrait painter William Penny (1834- 1924). Signed lower right "W. Penny." The painting is in excellent condition and is housed in its original step-molded and gilded frame. Image size: 8 5/8" wide; 11 1/2" high. Frame size 15" wide; 18" high. Weight: 5.4 lbs.
The Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, known in Chinese as Guanyin, is the embodiment of the virtue of compassion in the Buddhist religion. Made of gilt bronze, the figure is ornamented with silver, gilding and jewels and rests upon an ornate two- tiered pedestal. Excellent condition. Thailand, circa 1980.
33" high; 16" wide; 16" deep.
Pair of hand carved Italian gold leaf mirrors in the rococo manner having plumed crests above an elaborately carved frame ornamented with openwork acanthus leaves and scrolls.
The beveled mirrors conform to the shaped of the frame. Excellent condition. Italy, circa 1970
58" high; 32" wide; 4" deep.
Pair of Murano Glass lamps by Swank having ribbed teardrop shaped bodies in smoky bronze color with gold swags. The lamps rest upon two-tiered circular Lucite bases and have custom shades. Excellent Condition.
30" High to top of finial;
5" base diameter;
Dr. Ken Hamlett is best known in Dallas as one of the finest cosmetic dentists in the Metroplex, regularly receiving patient acclaim and professional accolades in a practice spanning several decades. But the antiques community knows that he is also one of the finest art and antiques dealers Texas has to offer.
A Dallas native, Ken attended Highland Park High School, Southern Methodist University and Baylor College of Dentistry. While in dental School he began to collect antique medical and dental tools, books and related memorabilia. As time went on his collecting skills expanded to include 18th and 19th century decorative accessories, fine American and European oil paintings, Lalique and Steuben art glass and both Chinese and Japanese items.
Ken’s patients have long been treated to original paintings by Texas and regional artists that are displayed throughout his dental office. His extensive travel and teaching schedule has enabled him to seek out a wide variety of top quality antiques around the world.
In addition to the oil paintings, art glass, sterling silver and high style decorative accessories he is known for, Ken offers early American and English furniture pieces, Chinese export porcelain items and elaborate Meissen accessories. Regular customers know he also offers Native American artwork, Navajo rugs and western bronzes.
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