November 2-Day Collector's Auction
November 17-18, 2020  |  10AM EST

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1 Pitcher; 11 glass tumblers. Daisy and Fern pattern; Spanish Lace design.

Hand painted porcelain, matte finish designed in high relief of a child reading a book.

Limited edition handmade, hand-decorated embossed designs. Trimmed in blue and pink.

Marked 1992 embossed with holly designs, pale green trim. Missing ribbon.

Embossed winter scene of sleding and ice skating. Grey trim. Missing ribbon.

With lavender ribbon. Marked 1995 embossed with nativity scene, lavender trim.

Two toned salt glazed ceramic lid. Age and use related wear. Cracks to lids.

Cast bronze metal desk or mantle piece with ornate decoration, rich patina.

4 salt and pepper shakers; pressed/ cut glass. One pair has star design.

With blue ribbon. Marked 2001 embossed with floral designs and pink trim.

Glazed, designed with cobalt blue crouching rabbits and off-white craquelure. Dedham Pottery backstamp.

Cut, pressed glass footed dessert bowls and star pattern glass vase.

Includes a Marklin Super 280, 125 volt and a Transformer 270, 110.

Cut, pressed glass oval shaped dishes and bowls. Includes a gravy boat and a double handled pickle dish.

Ring band, hand painted with roses and gold gilt in high relief. Includes pair of toothpick holders, salt and pepper shakers.

Semi-porcelain gilded dinnerware and kitchenware designed with red roses.

Hand painted porcelain; gilt highlights. Seated woman holding a fan.

Features embossed American Indian chief with headdress. Rich patina, backside impressed factory markings.

Designed in the popular 1930s Native American Indian Chief motif, ornately styled with naturalistic designs.

Native American Indian Chief holding a pipe. End of pipe is missing.

Porcelain; hand painted; gilt highlights. Young girl admiring a small bird in tree.

Italian Renaissance style; seated woman in garden. Orange and brown colorway.

A striking early 20th century figural group, two men locked in deadly, galloping combat. Artist signed.

Cast pot metal tobacciana produced c. 1930 for the Improved Order of Red Men fraternity.

Antique rich brown patina, in the popular 1930s motif of an Indian Chief. Raised foundry stamp.

A beautiful decorative arts piece with tribal motifs in the popular Victorian Indian Head style.

6 panels; stylized gilded overlay. Metal base; 2 sockets.

6 caramel colored panels; stylized metal overlay. Metal base; 2 sockets.

Blue banded stoneware mixing bow,

Covered stoneware crock with dbl handles and a banded sponged center decoration.

Blue and white stoneware pitcher with village scene

Porcelain jardinere with blue sponge ware decoration and gold border on rim and base

Salt glaze, high-relief cattails in rushes. Age related wear. Unmarked

High relief, possibly from the Red Wing Union Stoneware Company. Without advertising print. Unmarked. Age related wear.

Salt glazed, raised relief of a doe and fawn under a blossoming tree. Unmarked. Chip to body.

Mirror rolls frame Native American Indian on both sides; waffle squares on separately molded applied handle.

Salt glazed, raised relief.

Blue stoneware pitcher with grapes on trellis pattern


Bo Peep Pitcher

Bo Peep Pitcher made by Shawnee pottery



Rimmed stoneware bowl with Greek key border

A cast metal commemorative from the largest mountain lake in the eastern U.S. Regional crest seal.

Limited edition bronze with natural stone, mounted on a decorative wooden base. Incised brass plaque.

Limited edition bronze figure, mounted on a decorative wooden swivel base. Incised brass plaque.

Limited edition bronze with natural stone, mounted on a decorative wooden base. Incised brass plaque.

Varicolored limited edition bronze on a decorative wooden base. Incised brass plaque.

Collectors Catalogs

Buttons of Distinction Catalog


Whitley’s Auctioneers presents Buttons of Distinction Auction, taking place August 9, 2020. This event boasts a dazzling array of specimens from the 17th through the 20th centuries. Highlights include select pieces from the Collections of Alethe Allen (Florida), Gerrie Meyer (California), Shelley Strick (California), as well as the remaining lots from the Collection of Mona Brown (Virginia). In these 475 lots, you will find a 17th century genuine Smuggler’s Button; a rare 18th century cut-out design over red foil under glass button from Dieppe, France; Plique-a-Jour, Gin Bari and other beautiful enamels; fabric buttons including Passamentrie; colorful glass Tingues and other Division One examples; a rare 18th century copper with all over paisley design, as well as other 18th century coppers; several rare Lacy glass examples, including a never seen before auctioned scalloped star center specimen. Other material examples featured in this auction include casein by Edith and Alan Brooks, celluloid, Ivoroid, rare horn buttons, scarce picture buttons, a variety of Bakelite, rare aluminum, many excellent Satsuma examples, a selection of Shibayama inlays, and much more.

Hand painted, beautifully detailed in yellow, pale blue and brown coloration. Missing petals and foliage to base.

Hand painted, beautifully detailed in red, pale blue and green coloration. Missing petals and foliage to base.

Hand painted, beautifully detailed with horse and carriage. Missing petals and foliage to base.

Hand painted, beautifully detailed, accented with gold gilt. Artist signed. Marked Made Italy.

Hand painted porcelain on rococo style base, gold gilt accents. Capodimonte backstamp.

Hand painted porcelain on rococo style base. Detailed designed gold gilt and cobalt blue dress.

From the Florence sculture d'arto collection. On round wooden base. Marked 1998 Florence.

Porcelain; Victorian style lady against a tree reading. Pastel colors; gilt highlights; lace detail.

Hand painted porcelain of a girl with a peacock, gold gilt accents. Capodimonte backstamp. Impressed 4657.

Porcelain; lace detail; floral motifs. Man playing the mandolin serenades lover.

Wooden shaft; metal fittings; body of a deer forms handle.

Drypoint and roulette on cream paper. Features man in his workshop.

Stoneware cheese crock with Western pottery company printed on front

Molded glass bowls and plate; floral and geometric designs.