Lot 593    

Clark's Spool Cabinet
10/12/2013 - Decorative Arts: Live Salesroom Auction
American. A spool cabinet in walnut with poplar secondary, having five drawers with porcelain knobs and early glass, one marked Clark's; ht. 16.5, lg 28, dp. 18 in.
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Kentucky Watercolor by Robert Foose
Lot # 801 - Kentucky Watercolor by Robert Foose
Robert James Foose (Kentucky, 20th Century). A rural Kentucky landscape, signed and dated 1972 l.r.; 14.75 x 20.5 in. (sight). > Item Details
Shaker Rocker
Lot # 733 - Shaker Rocker
American, 19th century. A Shaker rocking chair with bicolor woven canvas seat and back; oah. 37.75 in. > Item Details
<i>White</i> Swimming Canvasback Decoy
Lot # 156 - White Swimming Canvasback Decoy
American, 20th century. A swimming canvasback decoy branded White (probably S.R. White). This is a working decoy that features a lead pad weight and has its anchor line wrapped around its chest as it would be before being stored after hunting season;  ht. 5.5, lg. 17 in. > Item Details
<i>Herend</i> Hand Painted Swan
Lot # 768 - Herend Hand Painted Swan
Hungary, 20th century. A Herend hand-painted porcelain swan, marked on underside of base; ht. 4.5 in. > Item Details
Rural New Orleans Scene by Barbara Muscott
Lot # 854 - Rural New Orleans Scene by Barbara Muscott
Barbara Muscot (American, 20th century). Oil on canvasboard, signed l.l. and inscribed on verso; 12 x 15.5 in. (sight). > Item Details
<i>Rookwood</i> Vellum Vase by Charles Jasper McLaughlin
Lot # 258 - Rookwood Vellum Vase by Charles Jasper McLaughlin
American (Cincinnati), 1914. A Rookwood Vellum glaze vase in dark blue with a floral pattern around the rim, by Charles Jasper McLaughlin. With impressed Rookwood logo, 1914 date, shape 941E, vellum V and artist's initials; ht. 7 in. > Item Details
<i>Steuben</i> and <i>Moser</i> Glass Dishes
Lot # 774 - Steuben and Moser Glass Dishes
Lot includes a Steuben crystal olive dish, and a Moser ashtray; largest dia. 4.75 in. > Item Details
Cast Iron Eagle and Shield Wafer Press
Lot # 163 - Cast Iron Eagle and Shield Wafer Press
American. A cast-iron wafer press, scissor-form with the Great Seal of the United States, interior of the circular plates depicting a spread-winged, shield-breasted eagle with a banner reading E PLURIBUS UNUM below sixteen stars, wire latch and ball tip at handle ends; lg. 29.75 in. > Item Details
Irish <i>Beleek</i> Lattice Basket
Lot # 532 - Irish Beleek Lattice Basket
Irish. A Beleek porcelain basket with lattice and basket weave, having applied roses and vines to basket rim, marked Beleek Co. Ireland; lg. 12 in. > Item Details
Books on Perfume Bottles, Steins, Porcelain, and Furntiure
Lot # 945 - Books on Perfume Bottles, Steins, Porcelain, and Furntiure
20th century, a collection of seven books on perfume bottles, steins, porcelain, and furniture including: Jeannette R. Hodgdon, Collecting Old English Lustre (1937) Peter Bradshaw, 18th Century English Porcelain Figures (1981) Eileen and Richard Dubrow, American Furniture of the 19th Century 18... > Item Details
Indiana Hand-Colored Engravings
Lot # 220 - Indiana Hand-Colored Engravings
Four 19th century hand-colored engravings related to Indiana, including New Harmony, Jeffersonville, the area spanning Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, and also View on the Wabash near Logansport; each matted but unframed; largest 4.75 x 7.25 in. (sight). > Item Details
Pressed and Cut Glass Oil Lamps
Lot # 627 - Pressed and Cut Glass Oil Lamps
American, 19th century. A pair of pressed, clear glass oil lamps, with circular details cut into the bulbous top and elongated column, resting on a square base, ht. of tallest 12.5 in. > Item Details
Napoleon Plaster Bust by Ordelheide
Lot # 42 - Napoleon Plaster Bust by Ordelheide
20th century. A glazed plaster bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, signed ED II / 001/500 / T.C. Ordelheide / 7/89 / 8-11; ht. 12.25 in. > Item Details
Carved Wood Spread-Winged Eagle Wall Bracket
Lot # 177 - Carved Wood Spread-Winged Eagle Wall Bracket
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A walnut wall bracket with a spread-winged eagle, its head turned dramatically to one side revealing a glass eye and an open beak, all supporting a shelf with a serpentine front edge.  Also having a shield-shaped back, with an attached fruit-carved leaf d... > Item Details
<i>Mt. Adams</i> by Benjamin Miller
Lot # 244 - Mt. Adams by Benjamin Miller
Benjamin Miller (American, 1877-1964). A woodcut on paper showing the Mt. Adams skyline in Cincinnati, Ohio, titled in graphite on verso l.l.; 17 x 11.75 in. (sheet size). > Item Details
Hitchcock-Style Stenciled Chairs
Lot # 267 - Hitchcock-Style Stenciled Chairs
American, 19th century. A set of six Hitchcock-style chairs including two armchairs and four side chairs, each with faux rosewood graining, gilt and stenciled decoration of fruit-filled urns, pillow crests, back-swept stiles with rolled ears, woven seats, and raised on cylindrical turned legs joined... > Item Details
Reverse Painting of Horseman
Lot # 837 - Reverse Painting of Horseman
American, 19th century. An oval reverse painting on glass depicting a rider and two horses, framed; 6.75 x 10.5 in. > Item Details
Hurricane Shades, Pair
Lot # 670 - Hurricane Shades, Pair
American, 20th century. A pair of blown hurricane shades with fold-over bases; ht. 15 in. > Item Details
Hand-Colored Nautical Engraving <i>Vivid and Waterwitch, Off Orfordness In A Breeze</i> by R.G. and A.W. Reeve
Lot # 716 - Hand-Colored Nautical Engraving Vivid and Waterwitch, Off Orfordness In A Breeze by R.G. and A.W. Reeve
R.G. Reeve (1780-1835/48) and A.W. Reeve (1807-ca. 1880) . A hand-colored and engraved nautical scene printed by McQueen and after the original painting by James Ward (1768-1859), inscribed in the plate This Plate of the Fourth Steam Ships Vivid and Waterwitch, Off Orfordness In A Breeze. From a Pai... > Item Details
<i>Rookwood</i> Kingfisher Bookends by William McDonald
Lot # 259 - Rookwood Kingfisher Bookends by William McDonald
American (Cincinnati), 1929. A pair of Rookwood blue and tan Matte glaze kingfisher bookends by William McDonald. With impressed Rookwood logo, 1929 date, shape 2657 and artist's initials; ht. 5.5 in. > Item Details
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