283. S. FRANCIS SMITHEMAN (ENGLISH b. 1927) “ALTAIR AND VAGRANT RACING IN THE SOLENT”, oil on canvas, signed lower right Smitheman. The marine artist S. Francis Smitheman’s art studies included a Scholarship for study in Paris and a second degree in the History of Art. He has shown works in United States, The United Kingdom, France, Norway, and Sweden, and has works in many private and company collections, on board ships and in museums. 24 in. x 36 in. 286. REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, 1st quarter of the 19th century, lozenge ornated breakfronted rectangular form with pediment splash board and long frieze drawer flanked by pedestals, each with a springloaded drawer over cupboard opening to shelf compartment and two drawers, the right pedestal fitted with a bottle drawer and the left with a small side cupboard, raised on turned tapered legs. Height 47 ½ in. W 80 ¼ in. Depth 25 in. 284. PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE TURNED AND INLAID MAHOGANY CUTLERY URNS, each with vertical stringing overall, the domed stepped top with acorn finial and enclosing storage well (one urn with a two bottle insert), turned socle and crossbanded hexagonal base on bracket feet. Height 28 in. Diameter 11 in. 285. MINTON PORCELAIN “AESTHETIC MOVEMENT” PART SERVICE, circa 1880s, retailed by Burly & Co., Chicago, decorated with flowering and fruiting pomegranate branches in tones of red, enriched with gold, with printed marks. Comprising: 8 Dinner Plates, Diameter 10 ¼ in. 1 Oval Platter, Length 19 ½ in. 1 Sauce Boat on Stand, Length 7 ¼ in. Stand Length 9 ¾ in. 1 Covered Two-Handled Serving Bowl, Length 9 ½ in. 83 287. PHILADELPHIA URN-TOP ANDIRONS, circa 1790-1815, classical urn finial on Doric column shaft raised on square plinth and cabriole legs with penny feet. Height 22 in. Width 12 ½ in. Length 19 in.