Lot 279    

Window with Nine Colored, Pressed Glass Panes,
2004 American Furniture and Folk Art July 22-23
in a white-painted pine frame. Central, orange pane has crane and palm trees (possibly Florida scene); 9.75" x 7.5". Above and below this central pane are cobalt panes with foliate decoration on a checkered background;4.25" x 7.5". Flanking the central pane are aqua panes with poppies; 9.5" X 4.5". In the corners, are pale amythest panes with a geometric design; 4.5" square. A wonderful assembly of fancy window glass, possibly by the Addison Glass Factory in Addison, NY; 23.5" x 22".

Provenance:  
Ex. Collection of the Mary Kay Walter Family Trust


Condition:  
VG.
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Queen Anne Tavern Table,
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One-Door Walnut Schrank,
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Marked <i>Wood</i> Gaudy Basin,
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Canton Punch Bowl,
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Two Framed Folk Art Sculptures,
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Ohio Inlaid Footstool,
Lot # 130 - Ohio Inlaid Footstool,
cherry top with mahogany, zebrawood, walnut and other hardwoods inlaid in tumbling blocks pattern, walnut cut-out sides, and with block inscription in same hardwoods at margin that reads Thank Thee Lord For Thy Blessings. Ohio, early 20th century; with original varnish finish; 21.75" x 9.5" x 10" h... > Item Details
Copper Luster Prattware,
Lot # 309 - Copper Luster Prattware,
lot of 6 pieces, all mid-19th century with polychrome relief-molded decoration. Includes an oversized grog or mush cup with beaded rim & floral garland decoration, 3.5" tall x 3.75" diameter; PLUS a footed goblet with floral bouquet decoration against a blue ground, 4.25" tall; PLUS a small jug wit... > Item Details
<i>Lucile</i> by Meredith with Outstanding Fore-Edge Painting,
Lot # 26 - Lucile by Meredith with Outstanding Fore-Edge Painting,
Lucile by Owen Meredith. London: Chapman and Hall, 1860. 12mo, bound in full red leather with gold-stamped decoration and marbled endpapers. Fore-edge has a fine watercolor river landscape of Walhampton (Hampshire) with buildings, boats, and figures. > Item Details
Unusual Painted Workbench or Window Seat,
Lot # 128 - Unusual Painted Workbench or Window Seat,
poplar and pine, with 2 compartments in the case and a third on the top, all with lifting lids, and all on a bracket base. Retains a fine, old, red-painted surface over an older blue which is over the original red. Probably used as a workbench, or perhaps a window seat. American, probably mid-19t... > Item Details
Oil on Canvas Landscape by Frank J. Girardin,
Lot # 5 - Oil on Canvas Landscape by Frank J. Girardin,
signed in the lower left, F.J. Girardin. A fine, small, wooded scene with a river, under a brilliantly colored evening sky. Appears to be in its original gesso and gilt frame; 4.5" x 8.5" (w/o frame), 11.5" x 15.5" (w/frame). Frank J. Girardin (1856-1945), born in Louisville, Kentucky, and traine... > Item Details
Papier-Mâché Bee Scape (Hive),
Lot # 81 - Papier-Mâché Bee Scape (Hive),
with original brown textured exterior surface in imitation of woven straw, the most common type, used for centuries. A rare example of an antique which almost never survived due to its outdoor use. This piece was never used as intended. American, 19th century; 18" high x 15" diameter. > Item Details
Queen Anne Ladderback Arm Chair,
Lot # 114 - Queen Anne Ladderback Arm Chair,
maple and hickory, with 4 arched slats, sausage-turned stiles and button finials, tapered arms, split hickory seat, and turned legs and stretchers. Retains its original green-painted surface with good wear and a fine patina. American, ca 1750-1780; seat height 16", oveall height 45" high. > Item Details
Queen Anne Mahogany Drop-Leaf Table,
Lot # 33 - Queen Anne Mahogany Drop-Leaf Table,
with pine and walnut secondary woods. Gate-leg form, with round top, cabriole legs ending in pad feet. English, mid-18th century; 29.25" high, top measures 50.5" diameter (open), 50.5" x 17.5" (closed). > Item Details
Two Canton Tea Jars,
Lot # 280 - Two Canton Tea Jars,
both 19th century; each with blue painted landscapes on stoneware body with lids; 7.5" & 8" high. > Item Details
21 American Coin and Sterling Silver Spoons,
Lot # 148 - 21 American Coin and Sterling Silver Spoons,
includes 3 matching, unmarked 8.5" serving spoons; PLUS 6 matching 5.75" teaspoons with pseudo-hallmarks; PLUS 3 unmatched 7" tablespoons with pseudo-hallmarks; PLUS a 5.75" and a 6.25" teaspoon with pseudo-hallmarks; PLUS a 5.5" and a 6" teaspoon with illegible marks; PLUS a 5.5", a 5.75", and 2 6"... > Item Details
Five Pieces of Early Dovetailed Copper Hollowware
Lot # 364 - Five Pieces of Early Dovetailed Copper Hollowware
includes two goose-neck tea kettles with bale handles, spouts with hinged covers and domed lids, appear to be by the same maker. With dovetailed base and sides, smaller stamped on handle HK/LB, 11" high x 7.5" diameter & 9.5" high x 7.25" diameter with bale up; PLUS a ovoid ewer with riveted C-scro... > Item Details
Cherry Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
Lot # 96 - Cherry Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
with poplar secondary wood, single-board top, scratch-beaded drawer, and finely turned legs ending in ball feet. Midwestern, ca 1820-1850; 28.75" high x 19" wide x 14.75" deep. > Item Details
Mahogany Sheraton Tester Bed,
Lot # 195 - Mahogany Sheraton Tester Bed,
with turned and reeded posts and a wonderful old, possibly original, finish. With no apparent loss of height, and converted to hold a modern mattress. Possibly northeast Ohio, ca 1800-1825; 77" high x 57.25" wide x 75" long (rails). > Item Details
Two Tole-Decorated Document Boxes,
Lot # 354 - Two Tole-Decorated Document Boxes,
the first with its original gold-stenciled and yellow-pained decoration on a green ground, 6.75" high x 9.5" wide x 6.75" deep; AND the second also with its original yellow paint decoration on a green ground, 4.5" high x 8" wide x 4.25" deep. > Item Details
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