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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Lot of English
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Tack Decorated Box in Original Paint,
Lot # 299 - Tack Decorated Box in Original Paint,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, dome lid box constructed of softwood with cut nails, having an iron lock and wrought snipe handles; outside painted in likely original Spanish brown having an alligatored surface, inside painted a later white; lid decorated with brass tacks forming the initial... > Item Details
English Chippendale Footstool,
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Geometric-Handled Pewter Porringer,
Lot # 110 - Geometric-Handled Pewter Porringer,
18th century, likely Rhode Island, marked SN [owner's initials]; see American Pewter in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, page 85, fig. 321 for a similar example; 5.5" diameter. > Item Details
Model of Spiral Staircase at Loretto Chapel,
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Wedgwood
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Five Matching Pewter Spoons,
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unmarked "Fiddle back", mid-19th century; 7.5". > Item Details
<i>Robbing Peter to Pay Paul</i> Pieced Quilt,
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<i>Stanley Barker and the Pytchley Hounds</i> by Alfred Munnings,
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French Bronze of Bull, after Bonheur,
Lot # 394 - French Bronze of Bull, after Bonheur,
ca 1850, sand cast and patinated, with ivory horns, after Rosa Bonheur; unmarked, 10" long x 6.5" high. > Item Details
Pair of Delft
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Dutch, 18th century. Of tin-glazed earthenware with underglaze cobalt blue "peacock" pattern and with ochre rim; marked with underglaze blue "claw" and 250 and having elongated stilt marks; 12" diameter x 2" high. > Item Details
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Southern Stoneware Jar with Incised Decoration,
Lot # 12 - Southern Stoneware Jar with Incised Decoration,
possibly Carolinas, ca 1820. A wheel-thrown ovoid vessel of approximately three gallon capacity having applied lunate handles and decorated with a folksy incised flower. Exterior covered in an ochre-colored alkaline glaze; interior with a brick-red glaze; 14.5" high x 7.5" diameter (at rim). > Item Details
Carved & Inlaid Snake Folk Art Cane,
Lot # 450 - Carved & Inlaid Snake Folk Art Cane,
American, 19th century, appears to be cherry with blond cherry inlay. Carved from a single piece of wood having a spherical knob continuing to a faceted collar above a tapered shaft with upwardly coiling snake; shaft ending in a brass tip with bone ferrule. Inlaid decoration consisting of five-poi... > Item Details
18th-Century Continental Courting Mirror,
Lot # 65 - 18th-Century Continental Courting Mirror,
in pine, having an arched, scrolled crest framing a reverse-painted portrait of a dandy, above a rectangular mirror within a moulded, beaded frame. In an old gold paint over an earlier red paint; 17.5" high x 9.75" wide. > Item Details
Lot # 597 - "Along the Seine" by Elizabeth Fischer Clay,
American, oil on board, late 19th century, signed E.C. Fisher Clay in the lower right. In a gilt wood frame; 5.25" x 7.75" (sight), 9.5" x 12" (w/frame). Elizabeth Fisher Clay (1871-1959), studied at the Boston Art Academy and at the Art Students League under Robert Henri and William Merritt Chase.... > Item Details
Lot of Early Blue and White Teawares,
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Chinese Carved-Ivory Figure, plus,
Lot # 473 - Chinese Carved-Ivory Figure, plus,
20th century. Figure of a lady of the court holding a chrysanthemum in her left hand and a pomander with eternal knot in her right, wearing robes carved with polychrome Chinese motifs and with a signature carved on her left sleeve. 13.5" high x 3.5" wide x 2" deep. Lot also includes a carved-ivory ... > Item Details
Dovetailed Doughbox in Old Red Paint,
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