Lot 12    

Pair of American Pewter Beakers,
2006, Fall Decorative Arts, October 7th
unmarked, second quarter 19th century. A handsome pair having incised decorative bands; both 2.88" high x 3" diameter (at brim).

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Polished, virtually no wear.
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Early Boule and Tack Decorated Dome Top Box,
Lot # 111 - Early Boule and Tack Decorated Dome Top Box,
likely English and early 19th century. Constructed of pine with applied boule veneer having tack decoration in the form of geometric elements and facing rampant lions; fitted with brass hinges, escutcheon and wire bail handle. Exterior retains a dark, grungy patina; interior painted an old blue wi... > Item Details
<i>Rabbits, Bird and Boy</i> by John Humski,
Lot # 512 - Rabbits, Bird and Boy by John Humski,
oil on board, signed lower right Humski, 1921. A fairy-tale scene of a boy seated in a forest glade with rabbits and songbirds. In a modern frame; 17.5" x 21.5". John Humski (American, 20th Century) emigrated from Germany to Wisconsin at the age of 7, and later moved to Chicago where he set up a s... > Item Details
Cast Iron Dachshund Boot Scraper,
Lot # 337 - Cast Iron Dachshund Boot Scraper,
with exaggerated body, splayed legs for stability, open mouth with head slightly raised and tail curled forward forming a ring for carrying. In an old repaint; 8" high x 22" long x 7" deep. > Item Details
Watercolor of a Young Woman attributed to Jane Anthony Davis,
Lot # 278 - Watercolor of a Young Woman attributed to Jane Anthony Davis,
three-quarter length watercolor portrait on paper of a young brunette, in black dress with white lace trim holding a book in left hand and wearing a gold necklace, with interesting period pencil scrolled border on top and sides, 6" x 6.5". In period mahogany beveled frame (7.75" x 8.3") with spruce ... > Item Details
Prisoner Art Ladies Purse,
Lot # 371 - Prisoner Art Ladies Purse,
made from L&M and Pall Mall cigarette packs folded squares, ca .25" with clear plastic covering, also used the gold foil from same packs of cigarettes and pastel-colored squares, double strap-handle and cover flap, ca 1940s, purse is 10" x 3" x 8" high, less handles which are 8" high. > Item Details
<i>Evening River Scene</i> by C.B. Edward,
Lot # 585 - Evening River Scene by C.B. Edward,
oil on canvas, signed and dated C.B. Edward / 1927 lower right. A scene along a grassy river bank with four trees against an early evening sky. In a wood and gilt frame; 10" X 14" (w/o frame), 14" X 18" (w/frame). > Item Details
<i>Beaver in a Pond</i> by Allen Gilbert Cram,
Lot # 437 - Beaver in a Pond by Allen Gilbert Cram,
gouache on paper, "en grisaille", signed bottom right AG Cram. A bold depiction of a beaver swimming in the shallows of a mountain lake. In a modern frame; 10" x 11.5" (w/o frame), 17" x 19" (w/frame). Allen Gilbert Cram (1886-1947) was born in Washington D.C. and received his fine art education in ... > Item Details
<i>Flight Into Egypt</i> by  Anonymous Artist,
Lot # 75 - Flight Into Egypt by Anonymous Artist,
oil on canvas, unsigned. A scene portraying the Flight into Egypt of Joseph, Mary and Jesus. Although the painting is ca 19th century, it has an earlier Baroque "feel" to it, with a dark landscape and the common subject matter of figures in the wilderness. With a classical-style landscape, includin... > Item Details
Decorated 2-Gallon Stoneware Pitcher,
Lot # 345 - Decorated 2-Gallon Stoneware Pitcher,
mid-19th century. An impressive pitcher, bulbous in form with a flared foot, having an applied strap handle and three tooled lines at rim. Profusely decorated in brushed cobalt in the form of foliate elements and feathered lines; 12" high x 8.5" diameter. > Item Details
Two Painted Splint Baskets,
Lot # 109 - Two Painted Splint Baskets,
both American and late 19th-early 20th century. A ribbed melon basket with bentwood handle, retaining an old apple green paint; 7" high (10" to handle) x 12" wide x 10.5" deep; AND a round footed gathering basket in a later green enamel paint; 6.5" high (12" to handle) x 9.5" rim diameter. > Item Details
Folk Art Carved Wooden Statue of George Washington,
Lot # 446 - Folk Art Carved Wooden Statue of George Washington,
American, late 19th-early 20th century, appears to be pine. A full-figured statue, body constructed of laminated wood having separately carved pieces for the arms. Washington with right arm outstretched; sword at his left side; after the painting by John Trumbull depicting the victorious General W... > Item Details
Wedgwood Bi-Color Jasper Biscuit Jar and Candlestick,
Lot # 210 - Wedgwood Bi-Color Jasper Biscuit Jar and Candlestick,
English, late 19th century. A bi-color biscuit or cracker jar of pale and royal blue with continuous neo-classical scenes surrounding the body, with a silver-plated bail handle and lid; 5.25" high; AND a royal blue jasper candlestick with similar sprigged decorations; 8" high. > Item Details
William Davenport, Philadelphia, Surveyor's Compass,
Lot # 288 - William Davenport, Philadelphia, Surveyor's Compass,
ca 1800, brass with a silvered dial and two inset spirit levels, engraved on the face W. Davenport Maker Phila. Retains its original sighting vanes, brass cover, and Jacob staff mount. In a period, probably original, chestnut and poplar box in its original paint with B.M.R.R. & C.C. on the lid. C... > 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
<i>Called to the Rescue</i> and <i>For Life or Death</i> Stevengraphs,
Lot # 636 - Called to the Rescue and For Life or Death Stevengraphs,
includes Stg. #179 Called To The Rescue / Heroism At Sea, a rare color version, showing a blue lifeboat in a stormy sea going to the assistance of a sinking sailing ship; mount type C1, back label 23+34 titles, framed; 9" x 6"; AND Stg #189 For Life or Death / Heroism on Land, showing an early steam... > Item Details
<i>Illustrated Catalogue of Woven Silk Pictures and other Novelties</i>,
Lot # 645 - Illustrated Catalogue of Woven Silk Pictures and other Novelties,
by W.H. Grant & Co. Manufactures, Foleshill, Coventry, large 8vo in faded green paper wraps, 25pp, well illustrated with 19 black and white plates. An extremely rare W.H. Grant book; only known example. > Item Details
Two Sporting Prints in Fine Early Frames,
Lot # 434 - Two Sporting Prints in Fine Early Frames,
includes a hand-colored print of Iroquois with jockey Fred Archer (after a painting by George Rees). Iroquois was the first American horse to win the English Derby at Epsom in 1881. The frame is carved from a single-piece of walnut and marked on reverse of print in ink Fraim (sic) Made by C.B. Hunte... > Item Details
Mahogany Inlaid Hepplewhite Corner Wash Stand,
Lot # 323 - Mahogany Inlaid Hepplewhite Corner Wash Stand,
American, likely New England, ca 1800, birch secondary. A delicate stand in a bow front (quarter round) form having an open compartment behind a single curved door with single drawer below of a corresponding width. Surrounding the functional openings are inlaid faux doors and drawers in satinwood ... > Item Details
Western New York Sampler with Birds and House Dated 1838,
Lot # 420 - Western New York Sampler with Birds and House Dated 1838,
polychrome silk thread on linen having bound edges and what appears to be the original brass mounting rings sewn to the upper edge. Rows of alphabet strings and verse are arranged above a charming depiction of a house flanked by trees. Above the trees are facing birds that resemble turkeys; additio... > Item Details
<i>Ships at Dock</i> by Albertus E. Jones,
Lot # 594 - Ships at Dock by Albertus E. Jones,
oil on board, signed lower left Albertus E. Jones. A dock scene with two commercial vessels at a small harbor with figures near the building on the shore. In a wood frame with gilding; 11" x 15" (w/o frame), 15" x 19" (w/frame). Albertus E. Jones (1882-1957) lived in Connecticut and was mostly ac... > Item Details
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