Lot 8    

American Pewter Charger,
2006, Fall Decorative Arts, October 7th
unmarked, but likely the work of Nathaniel or Richard Austin (1792-1817), having a single reeded rim and shallow bouge typical of the Boston area pewterers; 15" diameter.

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Polished; moderate utility marks.
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Italian or German School, Sketch of a Landscape with Houses and Figures,
Lot # 231 - Italian or German School, Sketch of a Landscape with Houses and Figures,
ink and grisaille on paper, unsigned, probably early 19th-century. A pastoral scene with a village and landscape. In the foreground are several houses and a chapel with simple figures returning from the fields. In the background are rolling pastures with a Roman/Greek temple perched on a hill, ove... > Item Details
American Coin Silver Melon Form Teapot,
Lot # 543 - American Coin Silver Melon Form Teapot,
possibly by Greenbury Gaither, Washington D.C., or more likely Gelston & Co. N.Y., ca 1837. Finely crafted with C scroll handle with shell decoration on top and ivory heat stops, hinged lid with flower and bud finial and S curved spout on four out turned feet with shell motifs, marked on base in b... > Item Details
Pair of Carved Folk Art Storks,
Lot # 455 - Pair of Carved Folk Art Storks,
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A facing pair, likely used to ornament a fireplace "dummy board". Constructed of three pieces of spruce/pine with attached beaks; heads, body and foliage are a single board having rounded edges and shallow relief carved wings and eyes. Base and beaks are at... > Item Details
Carved Triple Snake Folk Art Cane,
Lot # 313 - Carved Triple Snake Folk Art Cane,
American, early 20th century made from 4 pieces of bass/linwood with central shaft and knob one piece with flared knob, pyro 5-pointed star at top, stepping down to a tapered shaft, the cane shaft had three individually carved coiled snakes, which wrap around the length of the shaft in a tight group... > Item Details
Three 19th Century English Jockeys Stevengraphs,
Lot # 609 - Three 19th Century English Jockeys Stevengraphs,
includes Stg #27 Fred Archer; mount type C3, back label 29+38 titles; framed; PLUS John Osbourne, mount type D, back label 22+17+2 titles, framed; AND Tom Cannon, mount type D, back label 23+26+2 titles; framed. All are in original frames with mats and printed paper labels on reverse, 6" x 8.75... > Item Details
Blue and White Ming Dynasty Vase,
Lot # 481 - Blue and White Ming Dynasty Vase,
Cheng-hua period (ca 1465-1487), Mei Ping form porcelain vase with all-over blue under glaze floral motif, marked on base with blue under glaze double concentric circles and four charter reign mark, 7.5" high with newer turned teak lid. > Item Details
<i>Desert and Snow-Capped Mountain</i> by William J. Brown,
Lot # 158 - Desert and Snow-Capped Mountain by William J. Brown,
oil on canvas board, signed in the lower right William J. Brown. A desert scene at dusk, with the remaining sunlight spilling onto the landscape in splendid colors. The mountain in the background is littered with pink reflections. In a period wood frame, carved and gilded; 14" x 18" (w/o frame), ... > Item Details
Sarah Ellen Wade's Sampler,
Lot # 418 - Sarah Ellen Wade's Sampler,
American, mid 19th century, multicolor wool and silk thread on gauze. Rows of alphabet strings in marking stitch arranged above a house surrounded by trees and flanked by urns of flowers. Verse below appears to read A CHARGE TO KEEP I HAVE A GOD TO GLORIFY A NEVER DYING SOUL TO SAVE AND FIT IT FOR ... > Item Details
Portrait of Sarah Rathbone of Shepherd, New York,
Lot # 271 - Portrait of Sarah Rathbone of Shepherd, New York,
oil on canvas, unsigned. A large, mid-nineteenth century portrait of a woman in a black dress with a starched white collar. A note on the back of the frame indicates that the sitter is Sarah Rathbone Shepherd, wife of Howell Shepherd and mother of Lottie Shepherd Carrington. Sarah Rathbone Shepherd... > Item Details
American School, Coastal Seascape with Ships,
Lot # 596 - American School, Coastal Seascape with Ships,
oil on academy board, unsigned. An American school early evening seascape of waves crashing against rocks with ships on the horizon. In a gilt frame; 12" x 18" (w/o frame), 15" x 21" (w/frame). > Item Details
<i>Ghost Town: Jerome</i> by Jean Parrish,
Lot # 584 - Ghost Town: Jerome by Jean Parrish,
oil on masonite, signed lower right Jean Parrish-1968 and titled on back of frame Ghost Town: Jerome. A bright but desolate Southwestern scene of ramshackle buildings with overhanging balconies, the sidewalks and street overgrown with weeds. In a modern gilt frame; 14" x 18" (w/o frame), 22" x 26" ... > Item Details
<i>The Game Seller</i> by Charles Brias,
Lot # 96 - The Game Seller by Charles Brias,
oil on panel, signed and dated on the left C. Brias, 1851. A wonderful mid-19th century Northern European genre painting of a man dressed in woodland clothing offering fresh game and eggs to a woman at her door while her toddler peers at a dead fox slung over the man's shoulder. In a period gilt fra... > Item Details
Enameled Silver Snuff Box with Empress Josephine Miniature Portrait,
Lot # 550 - Enameled Silver Snuff Box with Empress Josephine Miniature Portrait,
circular with central circular miniature on ivory portrait of Empress Josephine, surrounded by a chain of engraved love birds on flowering branches on engine turned ground, with transparent green enamel over glaze and white enamel border. Base with sides matching lid border and engine-turned fish sc... > Item Details
Hepplewhite Tambour Desk with Fine Inlay,
Lot # 327 - Hepplewhite Tambour Desk with Fine Inlay,
American, likely North Shore, Massachusetts, ca 1800, of birch and pine with crotch grained mahogany veneer. A two-piece desk of dovetailed construction; back is attached with wrought nails. Upper section with two tambour doors; each concealing 2 drawers and 3 pigeonholes flanking a central door, ... > Item Details
Wedgwood Sage Green Jasper Chocolate Pot and Marmalade,
Lot # 209 - Wedgwood Sage Green Jasper Chocolate Pot and Marmalade,
English, 19th century. A sage green chocolate pot with white sprigs depicting various neo-classical scenes surrounding the body, a grapevine wreath around the neck and with applied twist handle; marked Wedgwood and other impressed marks on the base; together with a sage green sprigged jasper marmala... > Item Details
Egyptian Revival Newel Post Sculpture of Cleopatra,
Lot # 453 - Egyptian Revival Newel Post Sculpture of Cleopatra,
likely Italian, late 19th to early 20th century, gesso over wood in original gilt and polychrome painted surface, likely meant to represent Cleopatra. An exotic carved portrayal of a lovely young woman in scanty outfit with Pharaonic headdress, arms upraised and left holding the shaft of a now missi... > Item Details
Carved and Polychrome-Painted Circus Wagon Figure,
Lot # 450 - Carved and Polychrome-Painted Circus Wagon Figure,
likely European and 19th century. Constructed of three joined boards having a skillfully relief carved depiction of a longhaired maiden, her hand resting on a wild goat; all on a scrollwork background containing branching vines. Retains a polychrome painted finish with good surface (likely origina... > Item Details
Early Victorian Secretary in the Gothic Revival Style,
Lot # 184 - Early Victorian Secretary in the Gothic Revival Style,
American, ca 1840-1865, mixed hardwoods. A massive 2-piece cabinet; upper section with 4 adjustable shelves behind 2 glazed doors having cobalt blue panes, lattice work mullions with carved, arched, gothic crests. Lower section having a full-width drawer incorporating a fall-front writing surface ... > Item Details
Set of Four Embroidered Lodge Banners,
Lot # 316 - Set of Four Embroidered Lodge Banners,
on silk with matching gold piping and tassels at borders and lower margin; having their original brass poles with acorn terminals. Lot includes one with crescent moon with six 5-pointed star surround in yellow with red trim; all on a pink ground; PLUS "Noah's Dove" in black, green, white and pink em... > Item Details
Molded Copper Hackney Horse Weathervane,
Lot # 363 - Molded Copper Hackney Horse Weathervane,
fourth quarter 19th century. Constructed entirely of sheet copper having applied sheet copper ears. Exhibits a verdigris surface with approximately 75% gilt remaining; on a modern metal stand; 25" high (excluding stand) x 24.5" long. > Item Details
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