Lot 19    

Three Pieces of Blue Sponge Cannelton Stoneware,
2007 SpringAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, June23
all in white slip and decorated with their trademark sparse sponging pattern. Lot includes a lidded batter pitcher 5" high x 7" diameter; a mug 3.75" high; and a waste bowl 3" high x 4.5" diameter (at rim).

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.


Condition:  
First with crow's foot inside base; second with chips to handle; third with vertical tight hairline.
Sold: $287.50
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Lot # 333 - Blue and White Quilt, Goose in the Pond Pattern,
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". > Item Details
Pair of Paris Porcelain Street Vendor Figures,
Lot # 487 - Pair of Paris Porcelain Street Vendor Figures,
late 19th century, attributed to Bloch & Cie, Paris. A pair of street vendors modeled in the Meissen style, he wearing a yellow coat, green pantaloons and tri-corn hat and carrying a basket laden with fabric and ribbons; she wearing a chintz skirt, striped apron and pink bonnet bearing a basket fill... > Item Details
George III Mahogany Armchair,
Lot # 79 - George III Mahogany Armchair,
last quarter 18th century; having a canted square back flanked by upholstered arms on shaped, exposed uprights, upholstered seat; all supported on square legs with an "H" stretcher; 18" seat height x 39.5" overall height. > Item Details
Two Kew Blas Pinch Tumblers,
Lot # 577 - Two Kew Blas Pinch Tumblers,
American, ca 1890-1924, by the Union Glass Company of Somerville, Massachusetts. Two gold iridescent pinch tumblers with flared rims, ground and polished pontils, both marked KEW BLAS; 4" high. > Item Details
18th-Century English Pembroke Table in Rosewood,
Lot # 180 - 18th-Century English Pembroke Table in Rosewood,
with oak as secondary wood. One full-width drawer with cock beading under two-board fixed top and drop leaves. Square tapered legs with iron brace supports, ending in spayed feet with conforming x-stretcher. Original hardware. 27" high x 19" wide (closed), 39" wide (open) x 33" deep. > Item Details
Tramp Art Frames & Music Box,
Lot # 464 - Tramp Art Frames & Music Box,
lot of 3, both frames are made for cdv (cartes de visite) sized photographs and are stacked chip carved box wood, with ca 1880 photographs of children, 7" x 8", AND the music box is built over an old cigar box with stacked chip carved pyramid forms, with original label on interior a underside, given... > Item Details
Queen Anne Brass Candlesticks,
Lot # 215 - Queen Anne Brass Candlesticks,
lot of three, English, early to mid-18th century having scalloped bases; 7", 7.75" and 8.25" high. > Item Details
Tiffany Blue Favrile Compote,
Lot # 583 - Tiffany Blue Favrile Compote,
ca 1900-1918, with applied foot and cupped bowl, having good color and iridescence; signed L.C.T. Favrile / 1245; 2.25" high x 4.25" diameter. > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Children's Sled,
Lot # 456 - Paint-Decorated Children's Sled,
19th century, pine, wrought and cast iron; a shield-shaped platform decorated with floral sprays and striping on a yellow ground, runners with traces of salmon-colored paint; all paint in a desirable oxidized surface; 32" long x 12" wide. > Item Details
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
Folk Portrait of a Young Boy in a Lace Collar,
Lot # 28 - Folk Portrait of a Young Boy in a Lace Collar,
American, oil on canvas, 19th century, unsigned. A half-length portrait of a boy in a velvet jacket with white lace collar. In a later painted and gilt frame; 16.5" x 21" (sight), 22" x 27" (w/frame). > Item Details
Still Life with Cattails and Dragonfly,
Lot # 608 - Still Life with Cattails and Dragonfly,
possibly American, Aesthetic style oil on canvas, late 19th century and unsigned. An outdoors marsh scene with cattails, lilies, asters, ferns and a dragonfly. In a deep walnut frame with gilded fillet liner; 23" x 27" (sight), 32" x 36" (w/frame). > Item Details
Seven Chinese Export Fish Form Bone Dishes,
Lot # 253 - Seven Chinese Export Fish Form Bone Dishes,
19th century, decorated on the interior with underglaze blue floral motifs; 4.5" x 2.5". > Item Details
Two American Pewter Porringers with Heart Handles,
Lot # 104 - Two American Pewter Porringers with Heart Handles,
both New England, early 19th century, marked R on backs of handles, on the front one is plain the other has an impressed pattern; each 3.25" diameter. > Item Details
Kentucky Landscape by Katherine Helm,
Lot # 294 - Kentucky Landscape by Katherine Helm,
watercolor on paper, late 19th century, signed K. Helm in the lower left. In a gilt and gesso frame under glass; 10.5" x 14.5" (sight), 16" x 20" (w/frame).Katherine Helm (1857-1937), born in Kentucky, was the niece of Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln. She studied under William Merritt Chase in New Y... > Item Details
Pair of Delft
Lot # 175 - Pair of Delft "Peacock" Pattern Chargers,
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
Florida Landscape with Flamingos,
Lot # 607 - Florida Landscape with Flamingos,
American, oil on canvas and unsigned, a late 19th- early 20th century work depicting flamingos in a marshy Florida landscape. In a gilt and gesso frame; 15.25" x 33.5" (sight), 23" x 41" (w/frame). > Item Details
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
American Crown-Handle Pewter Porringer,
Lot # 109 - American Crown-Handle Pewter Porringer,
circa 1800, likely Boston, marked IC on back of handle. See Wolf #534. 4.25" diameter. > Item Details
American School Rabbit Hunting Scene,
Lot # 25 - American School Rabbit Hunting Scene,
oil on canvas, 19th century. A winter scene of a gentleman holding up the game while another resets the snare; unsigned. In a gilt wood frame; 24.5" x 29.5" (w/o frame), 29.5" x 34.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
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