Lot 333    

Blue and White Quilt, Goose in the Pond Pattern,
2007 SpringAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, June23
fourth quarter 19th century. A pieced quilt constructed of calico and solid cotton; the seamed back is natural cotton brought around front to form binding. All hand-sewn and quilted in a shell pattern; 70.5" x 74".

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Scattered very minor stains on front and back.
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Group of Sterling Miniatures and Tablewares,
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New England Landscape by Albertus Jones,
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American, 20th century, oil on canvas, signed Albertus E. Jones in the lower left, executed with heavy paint and brushstrokes. In a wood frame with brushed gilt technique; 24.5" x 29.5" (sight), 29" x 34" (w/frame). Albertus E. Jones (1882-1957) lived in Connecticut and was mostly active in his sta... > Item Details
17th Century English Petit Point Needlework,
Lot # 142 - 17th Century English Petit Point Needlework,
second half of the 17th century. Worked in colored silks on linen, with central figure of a woman in fine fashionable dress, standing and surrounded by typical flowering plants, insects and animals; 9.25 " x 11.5" (unframed). > Item Details
Jacquard Coverlet <i>Birds Feeding Their Young</i>,
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Two English Needlework Pictures of Maidens,
Lot # 89 - Two English Needlework Pictures of Maidens,
English. First in silk, chenille, and watercolor on silk, early 19th century, with a maiden by a shaded brook holding a fishing pole with fish; in a period frame, 6.5" x 8.5" oval, 9" x 11" overall. Other in ink on silk, with a farm maiden holding a rake; in a period frame, 6.5" x 8.5" oval, 9" x 11... > Item Details
English Regency Tea Caddy,
Lot # 248 - English Regency Tea Caddy,
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Signed Marine Scene with Ship,
Lot # 197 - Signed Marine Scene with Ship,
oil on unprimed canvas, signed illegibly lower right with location and date Mainz, 1901. In a wood frame; 24" x 31.5" (sight), 28" x 36" (w/frame). > Item Details
<i>Carte de la Louisiane</i> 1745 Map by DeLisle,
Lot # 21 - Carte de la Louisiane 1745 Map by DeLisle,
French, engraved on laid paper and outline-colored. Considered one of the most important maps of the Mississippi Valley; first printed in 1718, the example offered here is the 1745 (third) revision. Noteworthy of this map, it is the first map to identify Texas (Mission de los Teijas), the first ma... > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>Darktown Fire Brigade-All On Their Mettle</i>,
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Two Majolica
Lot # 529 - Two Majolica "Dogwood" Pitchers,
English or American, late 19th century. Two majolica milk jugs with similar dogwood floral motifs and twig handles, the larger with good lavender interior glaze and color; 7.5" high, the smaller with pink interior glaze; 6.25" high. > Item Details
Semi-Antique Sherivan Rug,
Lot # 548 - Semi-Antique Sherivan Rug,
ca 1910, geometric design with multiple borders in colors of cream, red and blue; 53" x 87". > Item Details
Queen Anne Porringer-Top Tea Table,
Lot # 61 - Queen Anne Porringer-Top Tea Table,
New England, late 18th century, pine and maple, the rectangular top with shaped corners above a scalloped apron on splayed, turned legs ending in button feet. In an old red painted finish; 24.5" high x 18" deep x 26" long. > Item Details
Set of Four Marked English Pewter Plates,
Lot # 114 - Set of Four Marked English Pewter Plates,
English, Bristol, Richard Going (w 1715-1765); 9 6/16"-9 10/16". > Item Details
Lot of Three Early Coin Silver Sugar Tongs,
Lot # 499 - Lot of Three Early Coin Silver Sugar Tongs,
American and Scottish. Includes an early American sugar tongs with bright cut engraving, the bowls struck I.M. possibly for Jacob Mohler (Baltimore, MD 1744-1793), 6.5"; a Scottish sugar tongs struck with thistle and date letter e for Edinburgh, 1810 and FH possibly Frs. Howden, 5.58"; AND a neo-cla... > Item Details
Partial Set of Blue and White Canton Porcelain,
Lot # 205 - Partial Set of Blue and White Canton Porcelain,
19th and 20th century, 15 pieces, all decorated in underglaze blue with architectural, lake and landscape scenes. Includes a dome-top teapot; 8.25" high; two plates, 8.75" diameter; four handleless cups with gold rims, 2" high; four 5" saucers; AND four cups with handles, 2" high. > Item Details
Illuminated Ohio Family Record with Photos,
Lot # 401 - Illuminated Ohio Family Record with Photos,
ca 1860-70, ink and watercolor on wove paper. An elaborately hand-drawn and decorated Family Record of Robert and Nancy Ann Furnas with 19 framed openings to surround cdv-sized images (3 cdvs replaced, 2 not present). All text is written in a Germanic calligraphic style in addition to decorative e... > Item Details
19th Century  Continental Landscape on Tin,
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Continental, oil on tin. An unsigned landscape with a castle overlooking a lake and mountainous terrain. In an oval gilt and blue painted frame, with Sperry & Co. label on verso; 11.25" in diameter (sight), 15" (w/frame). > Item Details
Two Early English Pottery Figures,
Lot # 50 - Two Early English Pottery Figures,
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Miniature Red Spatterware
Lot # 191 - Miniature Red Spatterware "Morning Glory" Cup & Saucer,
English, early 19th century. A miniature red spatterware London shape cup and saucer with "Morning Glory" design in blue, black and green, cup 1.75" high, saucer 4.5" diameter. > Item Details
Queen Anne Drop-Leaf Table in Mahogany,
Lot # 64 - Queen Anne Drop-Leaf Table in Mahogany,
New England, 18th century, having a rectangular top with bowed ends and short half-round leaves; all with moulded edges. Supported by an apron with shaped ends and cabriole legs ending in pad feet; refinished; 27.5" high x 40" long x 13" closed x 39" open. > Item Details
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