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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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Hanging Hall Lamp with Cranberry Spatter Shade,
Lot # 196 - Hanging Hall Lamp with Cranberry Spatter Shade,
1880s, kerosene era, American. A 10" mold-blown cased domed lamp shade of colorless over cranberry glass with heavy spatter, possibly Hobbs, set in an embossed shade ring with an elaborate frame of solid and stamped brass with facing coiled griffons. Retains a colorless font in a "Waffle" pattern wi... > Item Details
Small Signed <i>Jugtown Ware</i> North Carolina Jar,
Lot # 357 - Small Signed Jugtown Ware North Carolina Jar,
ca 1940, a bulbous redware jar having a tooled rim and four applied diminutive strap handles; circular JUGTOWN WARE impressed mark on base. Interior and exterior covered in a bright orange-colored glaze; 6.5" high x 6" diameter. > 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
Empire Step-back Bookcase in Mahogany,
Lot # 170 - Empire Step-back Bookcase in Mahogany,
American, second quarter 19th century, walnut with figured mahogany veneer, poplar secondary. A 2-piece cabinet, upper section having 3 adjustable shelves behind 2 glazed doors having 6 panes each; all over 2 equal width drawers; lower section with 2 adjustable shelves behind 2 inset panel doors. ... > Item Details
Miniature Portrait of Alamgir I,
Lot # 591 - Miniature Portrait of Alamgir I,
ink and watercolor on paper, unsigned. A miniature portrait of the powerful ruler of the Mughal Empire. Alamgir I was the Muslim ruler of South Asia for nearly 50 years in the 17th century, and employed strict rules of Muslim adherence, often using violence, and remaining intolerant to other relig... > Item Details
Mahogany Empire Bookcase Secretary,
Lot # 168 - Mahogany Empire Bookcase Secretary,
American, second quarter 19th century. A 2-piece cabinet, upper section having 3 adjustable shelves behind 2 glazed doors ornamented with arched gothic mullions; lower section with a full-width drawer over 2 doors and 2 adjustable shelves. Resting on heavy, scroll cut feet and with a stepped corni... > Item Details
Carved Wooden Full Figure Southeast Asian Wrestler in Original Paint,
Lot # 448 - Carved Wooden Full Figure Southeast Asian Wrestler in Original Paint,
ca late 19th or very early 20th century, likely Khmer. A carved wooden figure of a young male wrestler, with cap, stripped to the waist with ornamental tattoo patterns on upper legs and wearing traditional visitors red skirt wrapped around his waist. In the original polychrome painted finish with d... > Item Details
Extremely Rare <i>The Crystal Palace</i> Interior Stevengraph #132,
Lot # 615 - Extremely Rare The Crystal Palace Interior Stevengraph #132,
Stg. #132, showing the interior of the building; mount type E, back label 31+38 titles; unframed. > Item Details
Pair of  Pewter Chalices attributed to Connecticut,
Lot # 9 - Pair of Pewter Chalices attributed to Connecticut,
unmarked, second quarter 19th century. Possibly the work of Thomas & Sherman Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut; 7.25" overall height x 3.75" diameter (at base). See Thomas, 1976: 119 for information. > Item Details
Hepplewhite Tilt Top Candlestand,
Lot # 324 - Hepplewhite Tilt Top Candlestand,
American, ca 1800, mahogany and figured birch. A scalloped one-board top supported by a vasiform column having 3 convex curved, reeded legs terminating in delicate, scrolled feet; 27.25" high x 19.75" x 21.5". > Item Details
Republican Woman's Club Elephants Quilt with Embroidery,
Lot # 134 - Republican Woman's Club Elephants Quilt with Embroidery,
ca 1920s, cotton sateen. A friendship quilt consisting of pieced blocks containing elaborately embroidered elephants; each elephant wearing a blanket containing the initials of the woman who contributed her block to the quilt. A larger elephant is centrally located with the word CLUB on its blanke... > Item Details
Peace and Unity Philadelphia 1876 Centennial Banner,
Lot # 126 - Peace and Unity Philadelphia 1876 Centennial Banner,
polychrome printed cotton swallow tailed banner with Centennial Union/It Proclaimed Liberty In/1776 above liberty bell with eagle surmount and crossed flags behind and below Let It Proclaim/Peace and Unity/In/1876 with red star surround on white ground and bordered with white stars on blue, 17" x 28... > Item Details
Three Chinese Scenic Peking Glass Snuff Bottles,
Lot # 555 - Three Chinese Scenic Peking Glass Snuff Bottles,
includes one with red cut-to-clear with red carved mask handles, frosted interior hand-painted with polychrome mountain landscape and on reverse with white parrot on flowering branch. Artist signed. Jadeite domed stopper, 2.75" high; PLUS second with amethyst cut-to-clear, with atheist mask handles ... > Item Details
<i>The Declaration of Independence</i> Stevengraph #147,
Lot # 619 - The Declaration of Independence Stevengraph #147,
mount type CWEC 1893, with printed title Woven in Pure Silk / at World's Columbian Exposition / Chicago 1893; back label discovery, framed; 6.75" x 9.75". Extremely rare back label being one of two ever recorded stamped back label. > Item Details
Thomas Jefferson Folk Art Carved Cane,
Lot # 444 - Thomas Jefferson Folk Art Carved Cane,
carved single piece of bass/linwood with all-over carving in spiral pattern with inscription Thomas Jefferson Born Apr 13, 1743 Was President 1801-1809 Wrote Declaration of Independence, Founder of University of Virginia, Died July 4th 1826, Jefferson's Dying Words, "I Resign My Spirit (to) God, My ... > Item Details
Early Yellow Belsnickle,
Lot # 374 - Early Yellow Belsnickle,
papier-mâché with yellow coat with gold flecking, red trim around hood, flesh toned face with blue eyes and white beard, black boots, silver base. Originally held a small feather tree (not present); stamped Germany on base; 11" high. > Item Details
Carnival Scene by Barbara Meeker,
Lot # 587 - Carnival Scene by Barbara Meeker,
watercolor on textured fabric, signed lower right. A colorful carnival scene with a merry-go-round and a Ferris wheel. In a modern frame under glass; 14.5" x 21.5" (w/o frame), 23" x 30" (w/frame). Barbara Meeker is an active Indiana artist who exhibits primarily in her state and Illinois, but she ... > Item Details
Pair of Seascapes from the Bay of Naples,
Lot # 598 - Pair of Seascapes from the Bay of Naples,
gouache on paper, unsigned. A pair of seascapes from the Bay of Naples, each depicting a different part of the Bay. Several ships, sailboats and fishing vessels are seen in the water, including a British merchant ship. The horizon can be seen on both compositions, including the city of Naples and ... > Item Details
American Miniature Watercolor Portrait of A Gentleman,
Lot # 281 - American Miniature Watercolor Portrait of A Gentleman,
ca 1800-20 folksy middle-aged gentleman with thinning hair and blue waist coat on brown circular background with ivory border on white rectangular ground, 4" x 5", in period walnut frame, 4.3" x 5.5". > Item Details
New York Ovoid Stoneware Crock with Swan,
Lot # 351 - New York Ovoid Stoneware Crock with Swan,
ca 1830, a salt glazed 2 gallon crock having applied lunate handles and an impressed numeral "2". Brushed cobalt decoration in the form of a stylized swan with cobalt daubed around handles and over the size mark; 9.75" high x 9" diameter. > Item Details
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