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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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Mahogany Biedermeier Style Secretary,
Lot # 183 - Mahogany Biedermeier Style Secretary,
mixed hardwoods having inset paneled sides, ogee moulded front. Fall front writing surface with 2 full-width drawers below; single drawer above; all resting on applied scrolled bracket feet. Interior is fitted with 9 drawers and 5 pigeonholes; all with bird's-eye maple facings. In a boldly figure... > 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
American Empire Card Table,
Lot # 167 - American Empire Card Table,
ca 1820-1840, mahogany with pine secondary, likely New York. A shaped two-leaf fold-over swivel top with recessed compartment below; all on a circular plinth with leaf carving and four reeded curved legs terminating in brass casters with hairy paw feet. Underside of top marked CK Strong, Mi? in bl... > Item Details
Bradley & Hubbard Wire Frame Hall Lamp with Cranberry Swirl Shade,
Lot # 188 - Bradley & Hubbard Wire Frame Hall Lamp with Cranberry Swirl Shade,
ca 1875-1885, kerosene period, of solid brass, and attributed to Bradley & Hubbard. The 10" cranberry opalescent swirl domed shade is probably by Beaumont, Nickel or another Ohio Valley glass house. Openwork stamped stars on the shade ring repeat the motif seen on the sand blasted "Star in Circle" L... > Item Details
French Enameled Snuff Box with Landscapes,
Lot # 556 - French Enameled Snuff Box with Landscapes,
circular with domed hinged lid depicting landscape with picnicking 18th century couple. She is feeding him cherries from basket on her lap, tent in background and castle across a lake. Sides with two vignettes of frolicking cherubim in landscapes with buildings, base with landscape with ruins of Fre... > Item Details
Large Romantic Staffordshire Blue and White <i>Wild Rose</i> Platter,
Lot # 43 - Large Romantic Staffordshire Blue and White Wild Rose Platter,
English, ca 1830-1860, various makers. An indented platter in medium dark blue depicting a rustic scene with a cottage by a bridge and two punts in the foreground, in actuality a view of Nuneham Courtenay, about five miles southeast of Oxford, after an 1811 drawing by S. Owen. See Coysh & Henrywood,... > Item Details
Lot of American Sterling Silver Flatware, Plus,
Lot # 536 - Lot of American Sterling Silver Flatware, Plus,
includes 4 gilt Gorham ice cream spoons, 10 Gorham bouillon spoons, 13 Reed and Barton teaspoons, 8 R.W.S. Company butter knives, 5 Danish demitasse spoons, 2 Duhme teaspoons, 1 Duhme demitasse spoon, 1 French lemon fork, and a pair of tongs with unidentified marks; 46 pieces, total weight approx. 3... > Item Details
Red, White and Blue <i>Handy Andy</i> Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 133 - Red, White and Blue Handy Andy Pieced Quilt,
late 19th-early 20th century, constructed of cotton. Pieced from solid reds and a blue star print in a graphic arrangement; machine-pieced, hand-quilted in line quilting; 76" x 76". > Item Details
Assembled Lot of Five Early Fluid Burning Lamps,
Lot # 17 - Assembled Lot of Five Early Fluid Burning Lamps,
whale oil/fluid period, all of colorless glass with wafer construction, New England, 1840-1860. Includes a pressed "Circle and Ellipse" stand lamp with pressed monument base, pewter collar; 10.25" high; together with a blown short conical font stand lamp with 12 cut flutes and stepped base, pewter c... > Item Details
Springtime Landscape by Anita Fenton,
Lot # 269 - Springtime Landscape by Anita Fenton,
watercolor on paper, signed lower right. A early spring landscape with a white frame house and flowering trees. In a modern wooden frame; 15" x 19 (w/o frame), 25.5" x 29.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Three Reference Books on Stevengraphs,
Lot # 643 - Three Reference Books on Stevengraphs,
includes The Silk Pictures of Thomas Stevens by Wilma S.L. Baker, 1957, Exposition Press N.Y., large 12mo in blue cloth boards with illustrated d.j., 147pp, PLUS Stevengraphs and other Victorian Silk Pictures by G.A. Godden, 1971, Barrie & Jenkins, London, England; 8vo in gray cloth boards, 492p... > 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
Carved Wooden Cigar Store Indian,
Lot # 452 - Carved Wooden Cigar Store Indian,
American, last quarter 19th century, attributed to Brooks. A life-sized carving of an American Indian Chief, right arm outstretched holding a bundle of cigars; left arm cradling another bundle of cigars while holding an actual rifle (original carved wooden rifle not present). Rests on a replica ba... > Item Details
<i>The Death of Nelson</i> Stevengraph #152,
Lot # 623 - The Death of Nelson Stevengraph #152,
a rather busy and confused scene on the deck of the "Victory" at Trafalger; mount type C, back label 24+31 titles, framed; 7.3" 10.25". > Item Details
<i>Last Leaves of Autumn</i>   by Lawrence Blazey,
Lot # 156 - Last Leaves of Autumn by Lawrence Blazey,
watercolor on board, signed bottom left Lawrence Blazey. Late autumn image of a log and frame home surrounded by trees. Label on verso reads Last Leaves of Autumn. 23" x 29.5" (w/o frame), 28.5" x 35" (w/frame). In a rustic wood frame. Lawrence Edwin Blazey (1902-1999, Ohio) was a graduate of the Cl... > Item Details
Sheraton Two Drawer Server in Birch,
Lot # 322 - Sheraton Two Drawer Server in Birch,
American, ca 1820, pine secondary. With a one-board top with backsplash, two equal-length dovetailed drawers below; all supported by skirt with turned legs, stretchers with attached intermediate shelf. Drawer fronts in mahogany veneer, front of skirt with cross-banded mahogany veneer. Purportedly ... > Item Details
Large Lot of Framed Stevengraph Ribbons,
Lot # 650 - Large Lot of Framed Stevengraph Ribbons,
lot of 25 ribbons, all of woven silk by Thomas Stevens of Coventry. Included are nine Class I small "favours", all with religious themes; all measure about 1.5" x 5-7"; PLUS seven Class II larger sentimental items with floral illustrations; all about 2.25" x 9-11"; PLUS four Class III bookmarkers i... > Item Details
Unsigned Jacquard Coverlet in Tomato Red,
Lot # 408 - Unsigned Jacquard Coverlet in Tomato Red,
likely American and mid-19th century. Vibrant red wool on natural linen, central design and borders in floral and foliate motifs; approx. 78" x 88" (excluding fringe). > Item Details
Collection of Fifteen Etchings by J.C. Vondrous,
Lot # 235 - Collection of Fifteen Etchings by J.C. Vondrous,
a bound book containing 15 ink-on-paper etchings with transparent paper covers depicting varied scenes including New York, Prague, harbor scenes and landscapes. In various sizes; book measures 7.25" x 10.25".Jan C. Vondrous (1884-1974) was Czechoslovakian by birth and worked as a painter, illustrato... > Item Details
Signed Four Color Portsmouth Ohio Jacquard Coverlet with Roosters,
Lot # 407 - Signed Four Color Portsmouth Ohio Jacquard Coverlet with Roosters,
indigo, red and olive wool on a natural cotton ground. The center field having stars and compass designs; borders having roosters and swags. Corner blocks signed MADE BY F.BAESLER PORTSMOUT OHIO 1848; approx. 78" x 88" (excluding fringe). This weaver is unlisted in Heisey, 1980. > Item Details
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