Lot 756    

Two Sponge Decorated Cannelton Stoneware Jars, 
2007, Decorative Arts, Feb 17
white glazed with blue sponge decoration in distinct sparse application; each having original recessed lids with disk handle; 7.5" diameter x 4.25" high and 6" diameter x 4" high.

Cannelton Potteries began in 1862 by the Clark brothers as R. Clark & Co. in Cannelton, Indiana, making sewer tile; later expanding to utilitarian wares. The Clark family sold the kiln in 1937 with production discontinuing shortly thereafter.

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Early American Manuscript Valentine,
Lot # 639 - Early American Manuscript Valentine,
pen and ink in green, red and black inks with shield escutcheon formed of vining trumpet flowers, with 20 line poem on the interior written to Marjorie Bunce from Lawrence A. Curran Jr. with manuscript letter on reverse, 8" x 10", archivally matted and framed, 11.7" x 14.4". > Item Details
Large Early Chalkware Lamb in Bronzed Finish, 
Lot # 631 - Large Early Chalkware Lamb in Bronzed Finish, 
American, 19th century. A recumbent lamb rests on a rectangular base; all of hollow molded construction having exceptional detail and retaining an oxidized surface; 8" high x 17" x 7.75". > Item Details
Eight Steuben Gold Ruby Threaded Plates, 
Lot # 475 - Eight Steuben Gold Ruby Threaded Plates, 
ca 1930, of gold ruby glass with machine threading on the rims; most are marked with acid stamped Steuben fleur-de-lis mark; 8.5" diameter. Probably part of the same tableware line as the goblets which sell as Lot #474. > Item Details
Lot of Blue and White
Lot # 463 - Lot of Blue and White "Canton" Soup and Salad Bowls, 
early 20th century, 29 pieces. Includes 18 shallow soup bowls, 8.75" diameter x 1.35" high, together with 11 salad bowls, 7" diameter x 1.50" high, all with cloud and rain borders and architectural, lake and landscape scenes. Unmarked. > Item Details
Bronze Indian Warrior in Canoe by Duchoiselle,
Lot # 558 - Bronze Indian Warrior in Canoe by Duchoiselle,
gilt bronze with a rich patina, inscribed in cursive Duchoiselle on the side of the vessel. A fierce portrayal of an Indian brave in a canoe with his quarry, a fox and a bird, next to a quiver of arrows. On a bronze base made to resemble running water; measuring 25" high, 42" long.Duchoiselle (19th ... > Item Details
Art Nouveau Bronze Turtleback Lamp by Gornik, Plus, 
Lot # 550 - Art Nouveau Bronze Turtleback Lamp by Gornik, Plus, 
ca 1905, Austria. Three articles, including an organic form cast bronze desk lamp with excellent original patina in the form of a tree, the stylized branches forming an open canopy fitted with turtleback mottled glass, the tray cast with a pheasant in pursuit of an insect crawling up the trunk. Sign... > Item Details
Two Bradley & Hubbard Figural Doorstops, 
Lot # 265 - Two Bradley & Hubbard Figural Doorstops, 
American, ca 1940s, of cast iron, both by Bradley & Hubbard of Meridan, Connecticut. Includes a flat back figural doorstop of a Boston Terrier in excellent original polychrome painted finish, 9.5" high x 12.75" long. See Bertoia, Jeanne, Doorstop Identification and Values, Schroeder Publishing Co., ... > Item Details
Eighteenth Century Bannister Back Armchair, 
Lot # 146 - Eighteenth Century Bannister Back Armchair, 
American, in the William & Mary style, constructed of mixed woods. Back having a double-lobed crest rail and four half-turned baluster-form splats (one splat in an opposite orientation), shaped scrolled arms; all supported by legs and stretchers having sausage turnings; old (possibly original) rush ... > Item Details
Cherry & Mahogany Snake Foot Candlestand, 
Lot # 439 - Cherry & Mahogany Snake Foot Candlestand, 
American, first quarter 19th century having a square one-board top with cockbeaded edges supported by a vasiform column and three serpentine legs terminating in pad feet; refinished; 27" high x 16.38" x 16.5". > Item Details
Scrimshaw Sperm Whale Tooth with Engraved Stag, 
Lot # 199 - Scrimshaw Sperm Whale Tooth with Engraved Stag, 
finely detailed engraving of a stag standing in meadow with cabin and forested hills in background on one face, 5" long. > Item Details
Ohio Valley Jelly Cupboard with Gallery in Old Red Paint, 
Lot # 144 - Ohio Valley Jelly Cupboard with Gallery in Old Red Paint, 
ca 1840, pine and poplar. Top with dovetailed, shaped gallery over two equal-width drawers having scratch beaded edges; all above two blind inset panel doors. Stiles are tapered to form the feet; applied half-round moulding at base. In an old red wash with dry surface; 58" high x 50.5" wide x 20.... > Item Details
Early Pinned Child's Rocker In Old Red Varnish Finish,
Lot # 132 - Early Pinned Child's Rocker In Old Red Varnish Finish,
American, second quarter 19th century, constructed of mixed woods (maple & hickory) having three arched top slats, turned legs with urn finials on rear, simple stretcher turned arms, cut-out rockers notched into legs. Retains an old, likely original, dark, worn varnish finish with newer taped seat;... > Item Details
Group of Sterling Smoking Accessories, 
Lot # 537 - Group of Sterling Smoking Accessories, 
four articles, various makers, late 19th-early 20th century. Includes a large cigarette case with hinged lid and button release, engraved on both sides with foliates and monogrammed RM, marked 800 in a diamond punch plus other hallmark, 4.5" x 3.75"; together with a Art Nouveau-style sterling match ... > Item Details
<i>A. Waygand, Paris</i> Figural Mantel Clock, 
Lot # 240 - A. Waygand, Paris Figural Mantel Clock, 
bronze and slate with enameled dial having radial Roman numerals on chapter ring and minute ticks in outer ring with dots for each ten minute mark, winding squares below center just next to IV & VII. Brass time and strike spring-driven movement marked A. Waygand, Paris in oval and 1783/C with origin... > Item Details
Queen Anne Style Chair with Fancy Paint Decoration, 
Lot # 136 - Queen Anne Style Chair with Fancy Paint Decoration, 
mixed woods, pinned construction having a yoke crest, vasiform splat and block and ball turned front legs terminating in a modified Spanish foot. Decorated with yellow ocher pin striping and bronze powder stenciling; all over a dry, black paint; rush seat is an older replacement; 18" seat height x ... > Item Details
Boxed Set of Tiffany & Co. <i>Renaissance</i> Sterling Spoons, 
Lot # 575 - Boxed Set of Tiffany & Co. Renaissance Sterling Spoons, 
ca 1905. A boxed set of 12 Tiffany sterling teaspoons, all marked Tiffany & Co. Sterling Pat. 1905 C, and monogrammed with Old English C for the Judge John Caldwell family of Cincinnati to whom they belonged; 5.75" long. In original box with silk lining stamped in gold Tiffany & Co. New York Paris L... > Item Details
Clews <i>Windsor Castle</i> Dark Blue Staffordshire Platter,
Lot # 706 - Clews Windsor Castle Dark Blue Staffordshire Platter,
English, ca 1820, by James and Ralph Clews. From the "Foliage and Scroll Border" Series, depicting a view of Windsor Castle with lake and sailing vessels in the foreground. Combed bottom with impressed mark STAFFORDSHIRE / CLEWS / WARRANTED between concentric circles which enclose a crown; 17" x 13"... > Item Details
<i>Fisherman and Watering Cattle</i> Pastoral Landscape by S.P. Duke, 
Lot # 408 - Fisherman and Watering Cattle Pastoral Landscape by S.P. Duke, 
oil on canvas, signed S.P. Duke and dated 73 lower left. A large, late nineteenth century landscape with a cow drinking in a pond. In a substantial gilt and gesso frame; 31" x 48" (w/o frame), 38" x 58" (w/frame). S.P Duke was a British artist who worked in the 19th century and possibly the early 2... > Item Details
Five Pieces of Majolica,
Lot # 794 - Five Pieces of Majolica,
ca 1880s, English and American. Includes a basketweave and begonia footed fruit basket, 3.5" high; a shell teapot, 5.5" high; a cuspidor with bamboo, bird and lilies, 5.5" high; a begonia leaf relish, 11.5" long and a holly pattern covered sugar, 4" high. > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Blanket Box with Fraktur, 
Lot # 142 - Paint-Decorated Blanket Box with Fraktur, 
attributed to Pennsylvania, fourth quarter 18th century, pine of dovetailed construction having an interior till and retaining the original wrought hinges and locking device. A partial fraktur (50% remains) attached to interior of lid in addition to evidence of a second fraktur not present. Retain... > Item Details
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