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Newcomb - lot 103 March 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Tall early vase carved by Sadie Irvine with pine trees with green needles on bright blue trunks against a blue-green and ivory ground, 1909. NC/SI/JM/K/DK38. 15 1/4" x 7 1/2"

Sold for: $96,000 March 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 67 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Exceptional early vessel carved by Marie de Hoa LeBlanc with five stylized blue and white rabbits, 1902. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane University and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services, 1984-87, cat. no. 48; also shown in a Newcomb sale room photo from the Tulane library). A few firing lines clearly in making. NC/MHL/U/K5X/JM. 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Sold for: $84,000 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 44 September 2005


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early and large vase incised by Harriet Joor with ivory and yellow magnolia blossoms with green foliage on a pale blue ground, 1904. Restoration to two chips at rim. NC/HJ/OO24/JM. 11 3/4" x 7"

Sold for: $23,500
Newcomb - lot 128 March 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Tall and early vase carved by Harriett Joor with clusters of white flowers on green stems, against a light blue and indigo ground. Short, tight line from rim. NC/HJ/R31/JM/Q. 13 1/2" x 5 1/2"

Sold for: $36,000 March 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 69 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early, large three-handled vase carved by Marie de Hoa LeBlanc with yellow crocuses on green stems against an indigo ground, c. 1909. (Exhibited in "A Century of Ceramics in the United States 1878-1978," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York, 1979; illustrated in "Newcomb Pottery & Crafts: An Educational Enterprise for Women, 1895-1940," by Joessie Poesch and Sally Main, 2003.) Firing bubbles under top of handles. NC/MHLB/W/JM/DE8. 8 1/2" x 9 1/2"

Sold for: $21,600 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 73 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early squat vessel painted by both Marie and Emily de Hoa LeBlanc with a stylized cross section of a seed pod in blue and green, c. 1901. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane University and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services, 1984-87, cat. no. 28) Stamped NEWCOMB COLLEGE JM/EHL/MHL/U. 3 3/4" x 5 1/4"

Sold for: $16,800 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 79 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early, tall, cylindrical vase carved by Leona Nicholson with a band of stylized poppy pods in deep teal blue on an orange and ivory ground, 1905. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery: An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane University and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services, 1984-87, cat. no. 87.) NC/LN/JM/AL86/Q. 10 1/2" x 5"

Sold for: $13,200 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 78 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early bulbous vase carved by Ada Lonnegan with fleshy gardenias on a cobalt ground, 1904. (Exhibited in "A Century of Ceramics in the United States 1878-1978," Everson Art Museum, Syracuse, New York, 1979; illustrated in "Newcomb Pottery & Crafts: An Educational Enterprise for Women, 1895-1940," by Joessie Poesch and Sally Main, 2003.) NC/JM/Lonnegan/XX63/Q. 7" x 7"

Sold for: $12,000 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 68 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early tall candlestick carved by Leona Nicholson with three large whimsical blue and green frogs pointing to crescent moons, c. 1902. (Illustrated in "Newcomb Pottery & Crafts: An Educational Enterprise for Women, 1895-1940," by Joessie Poesch and Sally Main, 2003. Provenance: Dr. Katharine Havard; Augusta Walmsley King, Cedars Plantation St. Francisville, La.) 1/4" chip to base from firing. LN/H38X. 11 1/2" x 7"

Sold for: $16,800 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 46 September 2005


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Large and fine vase deeply carved by Sadie Irvine with live oak trees and Spanish Moss in front of a full moon, 1919. NC/JM/SI/268/KJ66. 10 1/2" x 6 1/2"

Sold for: $14,100
Newcomb - lot 132 March 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Large and fine Transitional vase, carved by Sadie Irvine with oak trees and Spanish moss in a sunlit landscape, 1913. (A large and spectacular example.) NC/SI/JM/FS45/C. 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"

Sold for: $11,400 March 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 132 March 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Tea set by A. F. Simpson with teapot, creamer, and covered sugar bowl, four cups and saucers, carved with bands of white jasmine with green leaves on deep blue ground, 1927. Small chip to inner rim of teapot lid, cracks to one cup. NC/JM/QK73/AFS. Teapot: 5" x 9"

Sold for: $12,000 March 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 112 March 2007


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Massive and early jardiniere painted by Harriet Joor with blue irises, 1902. (A large and exceptional piece, recently discovered at a Tennessee yard sale). Professional restoration to hairline. NC/JM/HJ/U/H48X. 10" x 12"

Sold for: $18,000 March 2007 Auction
Newcomb - lot 70 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early breakfast set for two carved by Henrietta Bailey with bands of spiderwort in green, orange, and indigo, comprising a small tea pot, covered sugar bowl, creamer, and two tea cups with saucers, 1907. (Illustrated in "Newcomb Pottery & Crafts: An Educational Enterprise for Women, 1895-1940," by Joessie Poesch and Sally Main, 2003. Provenance: Neighbor of Henrietta Bailey. [Complete sets, especially in perfect condition, are extremely rare.]) Firing line to one cup handle. NC/HB/BX/18, 19, 20, 21, 22. Tea pot: 4" x 7"

Sold for: $10,800 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 76 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Charger deeply carved by Sabina Wells with large fleshy blue and white magnolias on a white ground, 1903. Features an unusual standing rim and a dark blue back. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane University and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services, 1984-87, cat. no. 77; "A Century of Ceramics in the United States 1878-1978," Everson Art Museum, Syracuse, New York, 1979; illustrated in "Louisiana's Art Nouveau: The Crafts of the Newcomb Style," by Suzanne Ormond and Mary E. Irvine, 1976; "Newcomb Pottery & Crafts: An Educational Enterprise for Women, 1895-1940," by Joessie Poesch and Sally Main, 2003; "America Illustrated," U.S. Government, September 1980.) NC/S.E.WELLS/JM/W/LL74/X. 9 1/4" dia.

Sold for: $9,600 September 2006 Auction
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Sold for: $4 June 2012 Auction
Newcomb - lot 45 September 2005


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Tall Transitional vase carved by Henrietta Bailey with tall pines in blue-green on a mottled ground, 1910. NC/JM/HB/DV.28/B. 11 1/2" x 5"

Sold for: $14,100
Newcomb - lot 191 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Fine and rare tile, "Oaks," carved by Sadie Irvine with a large live oak tree dripping with Spanish moss, from behind which peeks a full moon (Newcomb College plaques are exceedingly rare). Mounted in original frame. Stamped NC SI7, artist cipher, Newcomb Pottery paper label, framing shop paper label and written in pencil, "with frame; 10." Plaque; 10" x 7 1/2"

Sold for: $16,800 September 2006 Auction
Newcomb - lot 380 March 2007


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Bulbous vase carved by A. F. Simpson with a moonlit landscape of live oak trees and Spanish moss, 1930. NC/AFS/SK26/JH500. 6" x 6"

Sold for: $9,000 March 2007 Auction
Newcomb - lot 72 September 2006


NEWCOMB COLLEGE Early three-piece desk set painted by Roberta Kennon with stylized blue and green vine design, comprising a quill holder, an inkwell with cover, and a sponge holder, 1902. (Exhibited in "Newcomb Pottery, An Enterprise for Southern Women 1895-1940," the Newcomb College of Tulane University and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services, 1984-87, cats no. 38, 39, 40.) A wedding gift for Beverly Randolph, a decorator for Newcomb from 1895-1903. This was purchased from family members. Hairline to quill holder and sponge holder. Stamped NC/R.B.K./Q/G'87X, 88X, and 89X. Quill holder: 4 1/4" x 2 1/4"

Sold for: $9,000 September 2006 Auction

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