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.

Both with chips.
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Cast Iron Garden Urn with Lincoln Medallion, 
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third quarter 19th century, three-piece construction having a profile bust of Lincoln within a U.S. shield below a laurel branch; all in cast relief. A seldom seen form; retains an old green paint; 15.75" diameter x 21.5" high. > Item Details
Meissen Porcelain Group <i>Romantic Shepherds</i>, 
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Lot # 22 - "Still Life with Blue Vase" by Alphonse Lanoe,
oil on board, signed Lanoe, bottom right. A study of zinnias in a white pot on a book viewed through a pale blue transparent vase. In a wood and gilt frame; 10.5" x 14.5" (w/o frame), 17.5" x 21.5" (w/frame).Alphonse Lanoe (Swiss, b. 1926) has worked in landscape, still life and genre scenes, alwa... > Item Details
Early English Toby Jug, 
Lot # 780 - Early English Toby Jug, 
19th century, of white earthenware. A well modeled polychrome enamel decorated jug portraying a portly English gentleman in tri-corn hat holding a stein of beer (likely a depiction of "Toby Philpott," a character from Sterne's 1768 novel, Tristam Shandy); 9.5" high. > Item Details
Small Mahogany Chippendale Looking-Glass, 
Lot # 429 - Small Mahogany Chippendale Looking-Glass, 
American, third quarter 18th century, appears to retain a period mirror; 6.5" x 8.75" (mirror), 10.5" x 16.5" (overall). > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Carnival Wheel of Chance,
Lot # 104 - Paint-Decorated Carnival Wheel of Chance,
cut from single 1" thick board. A double-sided wheel having steel pins equally spaced around perimeter, 4 vasiform spokes and brass central hub. Retains an alligatored painted surface in colors of white, tan and black with 24 randomly ordered numbers on each face; 30" diameter. > Item Details
Spencerian Drawing with Bird, Dated 1884,
Lot # 637 - Spencerian Drawing with Bird, Dated 1884,
American, 1884, ink on paper. A calligraphic drawing of a stylized dove, surrounded by flowing foliate designs and a tiny butterfly hovering above. Contained within a banner below the dove is the name Charles G. Schwarz, in the lower right corner is the date January 28, 1884. In a modern wooden f... > Item Details
Tiffany 16
Lot # 600 - Tiffany 16" Acorn Table Lamp,
16" leaded glass acorn pattern border with a background of mottled green and yellow glass tiles, signed Tiffany Studios/21788; supported by a signed Tiffany bronze metal base #1469 with incised spiral design, original patina, total height 20". > Item Details
Three Egyptian Revival Silver & Crystal Serving Pieces from the Bond Family of Georgia, 
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Glazed Sewer Tile Seated Cat, 
Lot # 209 - Glazed Sewer Tile Seated Cat, 
American, late 19th-early 20th century, a molded, semi-hollow figure having an incised mouth and nose; in an overall salt glaze; 5" wide x 7" high. > Item Details
<i>Dickory, Dickory, Dock</i> German Mouse Clock, 
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rosewood veneered front with vertical dial with raised brass Arabic numerals at right and white mouse at left with minute ticks in center, winding squares at top with stenciled "Dickory/Dickory/Dock" and marked Patented Feb. 16, 1909/Patented July 12, 1910/Other Patents Pending and Germany at base o... > Item Details
Fry <i>Foval</i> Patented Coffee Pot, 
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New Hall Pattern #1053 Partial Tea Service, 
Lot # 609 - New Hall Pattern #1053 Partial Tea Service, 
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Lot # 504 - Meissen "Reclining Figures with Sweetmeat Bowls",
19th century, porcelain, a facing pair modeled as sweetmeat bowls with hand-painted and applied flowers, each held by a reclining man and woman in 18th century dress, both en déshabillé and presented on elongated rocaille bases. Marked with underglaze blue "pommel" crossed swords, hand painted red 8... > Item Details
Lot # 409 - "Winter Alpine Landscape" by Alois Arnegger, 
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Two Fry <i>Foval</i> Vases with Delft Blue Trim, 
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Adirondack Twig Rocking Chair in Varnish Finish, 
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Handel Obverse-Painted Globe Hanging Lamp #6885,
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10" globe shade decorated on the exterior with birds in flight and trees; with bronzed metal fittings, ca 1920. See Fontaine, The Handel Lamp Book, p.140, for similar example. > Item Details
Free Blown Pedestal Vase with Gauffered Rim, 
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