Lot 647    

Three 1893 Columbian Exposition Phoenix Ribbons including Abraham Lincoln,
2006, Fall Decorative Arts, October 7th
includes a fine 1893 CWEC Abraham Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation large ribbon with Phoenix Silk Manufacturing Co. label; unframed; silk is 2.5" x 14.2", label is 3.4" x 21"; PLUS another 1893 CWEC souvenir Machinery Hall with large Phoenix label; unframed; ribbon size 2.5 x 14", label size 3.3 x 18"; AND another 1893 CWEC souvenir ribbon Administration Building; unframed; silk size 2.9" x 13.1".

Provenance:  
Ex Collection of Dr. Richard E. Baer, Groveport, Ohio


Condition:  
1st, silk rating 6, light toning to card; 2nd and 3rd, silk rating 6. Good bright colors on all examples.
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Lobster Still-life by Florence Stevenson,
Lot # 599 - Lobster Still-life by Florence Stevenson,
oil on canvas board, signed and dated lower right Florence Ezell / 1910. A still-life with two fish, a lobster, a mussel and other makings for a fine seafood dinner. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 24" (w/o frame), 18" x 29" (w/frame). Florence Ezzell Stevenson (1894-1974) was born in and active in... > Item Details
Fine Oil on Canvas of a Boy Blowing Bubbles,
Lot # 509 - Fine Oil on Canvas of a Boy Blowing Bubbles,
late 19th century, oil on canvas, with inscription and indistinct signature on verso Bubbles / after Millais / GJR____ter. A nicely executed copy of Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir John Everett Millais' (1829-1896) best-known work, "Bubbles". Originally called "A Child’s World", Millais' painting shows th... > Item Details
Signed Folk Art Pottery Log Cabin,
Lot # 361 - Signed Folk Art Pottery Log Cabin,
American, ca 1900. A log cabin realistically constructed of modeled and slab clay complete with windows, door and chimney. Glazed in colors of buff and rust; underside signed with an incised W (or M). Found in Glasgow, Kentucky; 6.25" high x 9.5" wide x 7" deep. > Item Details
Two American Pewter Handled Beakers or Mugs,
Lot # 14 - Two American Pewter Handled Beakers or Mugs,
both unmarked, second quarter 19th century. Stylistically similar having strap handles and incised decorative bands; 3" high (to brim) x 2.75" diameter (at brim) and 2.75" high (to brim) x 2.88" diameter (at brim). > Item Details
Signed Libbey
Lot # 384 - Signed Libbey "Rock Crystal" Ruby Console Set,
a three-piece console set, manufactured by the Libbey Glass Company of Toledo, Ohio in the 1920s. Includes a cased ruby over clear flared bowl on a colorless domed foot and a matching pair of baluster form 10.75" candlesticks, all with elaborate rococo floral decoration. All pieces acid signed with ... > Item Details
Hanging Library Lamp with
Lot # 195 - Hanging Library Lamp with "Coin Spot" Opalescent Shade,
ca 1880s, kerosene period, with elaborate brass frame set with two fiery opalescent faceted jewels which compliment the 14" mold-blown white opalescent "Coin Spot" domed shade. Frame is 15.5" across; overall height approximately 30". Faceted crystal pendants hang from the shade ring. Patent date Aug... > Item Details
Military Stencils Pieced Quilt Top,
Lot # 140 - Military Stencils Pieced Quilt Top,
constructed of Naval and Coast Guard insignias including names of WWII theaters of operation printed on a natural cotton ground; all pieced into a geometric pattern with rectangles in colors of red and blue; 57" x 92". > Item Details
<i>God Speed the Plough</i> Stevengraph #168,
Lot # 630 - God Speed the Plough Stevengraph #168,
this version with birds in the foreground; mount type B3, no back label, framed; 6.25" x 9.25". > Item Details
<i>The Jubilee Album of the Queen and Leading British Statesmen</i>,
Lot # 642 - The Jubilee Album of the Queen and Leading British Statesmen,
Godden #1037 (Godden, 1971); by W.H. Grant, Coventry & N.Y., 1887, 16mo in embossed paper boards with oval cut-out in upper left with woven silk half length portrait of Queen Victoria, silk bound with silk ties to close. Opens with silk portraits of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Marquis of Salisbury, ... > Item Details
Scrimshaw Carved Ivory & Shark Vertebrae Cane,
Lot # 304 - Scrimshaw Carved Ivory & Shark Vertebrae Cane,
English, with mushroom-shaped elephant ivory knob and throat carved on top with relief initials of JCU, shaft is tapered stacked shark vertebrae with 1" ivory ferrule. > Item Details
<i>A Lane in the New Forrest Hampshire</i> by Charles James Lauder,
Lot # 575 - A Lane in the New Forrest Hampshire by Charles James Lauder,
oil on canvas, signed lower left C.J. Lauder / 1887. A bucolic country landscape of an English lane with overhanging trees on the right and thatched buildings on the left and a farm cart in the distance. In a period gilt and gesso frame; 16" x 24" (w/o frame), 20" x 28" (w/frame). Charles James Lau... > Item Details
Durand Marigold Lustre Threaded Vase with Blue Foot,
Lot # 390 - Durand Marigold Lustre Threaded Vase with Blue Foot,
footed vase shape #2028 1/2-8 with "E-spider" decoration, made by The Vineland Flint Glass Works, Vineland, NJ ca 1925. The body of deep marigold lustre covered in gold spider webbing tapers to a teal blue iridescent foot; acid marked on the bottom Durand within a "V" and 2028 1/2 8; 8" high. > Item Details
Nineteenth Century English Toby Mug,
Lot # 30 - Nineteenth Century English Toby Mug,
a figural earthenware polychrome overglaze painted jug with green branch handle in the form of a bewigged, portly English gentleman in tri-corner hat with pitcher and glass in hand; 6" high. > Item Details
<i>Columbus Leaving Spain</i> and Other Stevengraphs,
Lot # 618 - Columbus Leaving Spain and Other Stevengraphs,
with title woven in lower left Columbus Leaving Spain 1492 and also printed on mount with full date August 3d 1492; with original label, matted and framed; approximately 9.5" x 5". > Item Details
Wedgwood Jasper Night Lamp and Match Box,
Lot # 206 - Wedgwood Jasper Night Lamp and Match Box,
English, 19th century. A black jasper miniature night lamp with neo-classical scenes around the body, fitted with "Nutmeg"-style burner and chimney assembly; wick wheel dated Feb 28, 1877; 4.5" high to top to collar; overall height 8.1"; together with an blue jasper match box with ribbed match stri... > 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
Three Pieces of Historic Blue Staffordshire,
Lot # 51 - Three Pieces of Historic Blue Staffordshire,
includes a London shape handleless cup and saucer Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb impressed underglaze Enoch Wood & Sons eagle backstamp; cup 3" high, saucer, 6" diameter; a gravy tureen undertray from the Shell Border Series Chiswick on the Thames; 6.25" x 8", AND an English country house view sugar ... > Item Details
Paint-Decorated U.S. Shield,
Lot # 119 - Paint-Decorated U.S. Shield,
American, 20th century, likely Colonial Revival period. Appears to be poplar, constructed of 2 boards joined with nails. Retains a weathered paint decoration of red, white and blue; verso is partially painted. There are several empty nail scars, likely salvaged from a sign or architectural orname... > Item Details
Watercolor of Peasant Musician with Sleeping Child by Camillo Gioja,
Lot # 95 - Watercolor of Peasant Musician with Sleeping Child by Camillo Gioja,
watercolor, signed lower left Camillo Gioja / Runia. Image of female peasant musician playing the tambourine with sleeping child in front of the stairs of a stone home. In an elaborate gilded gesso frame; 19" x 13" (sight), 28.5" x 23.5" (w/frame). Camillo Gioja Barbera was a 19th century Italian pa... > Item Details
Spread-Winged Eagle Carving from Chestnut,
Lot # 118 - Spread-Winged Eagle Carving from Chestnut,
American, early 20th century. Detailed relief carving constructed in two pieces joined with nails and having an inset glass eye. In gold paint over a light coating of what appears to be gesso; 17.5" wide x 8" high x 3.5" deep. > Item Details
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