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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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
New York Coin Silver Pitcher,
Lot # 505 - New York Coin Silver Pitcher,
ca 1850, with graduated lobes of repoussé and chased decoration in the rococo fashion of scrolling vines and flowers, forming a cartouche containing the monogram, TCW; applied feet and scrolled handle and marked Ball Tompkins & Black, retailers, and struck with maker's mark of "C.C & D" and "N Y", f... > 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
19th Century Folk Art Landscape with Ship,
Lot # 596 - 19th Century Folk Art Landscape with Ship,
oil on canvas, likely early to mid-19th century, and unsigned. A naive winter landscape with small village and two-masted sailing ship in the harbor. In a gilt frame; 16" x 20" (sight), 18.75" x 22.75" (w/frame). > 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
<i>Rose Sampler</i> Appliquéd Quilt,
Lot # 428 - Rose Sampler Appliquéd Quilt,
American, mid-19th century, entirely hand-sewn of cotton and wool. Twenty large blocks of differing rose designs in colors of red and green on a white ground; white cotton back, green binding. Diagonal line quilting; 68" x 83". Found in Texas. > 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
Early Minton Majolica Guinea Fowl Figure,
Lot # 478 - Early Minton Majolica Guinea Fowl Figure,
English, mid-19th century. A finely detailed Minton majolica figure of a Guinea Fowl discovering a snail, perched on a mottled brown and green knoll with flowering vines. Marked with impressed Mintons and shape number 1857, and hand painted T inside turquoise glazed base; 9" high x 6" across. > Item Details
Chinese Export Teabowl & Saucer,
Lot # 47 - Chinese Export Teabowl & Saucer,
mid-18th century, made for the European market. A teabowl and saucer decorated in polychrome enamels with a genre scene of gentlewoman playing a harpsichord with vining floral border, cup is 1.9" high, saucer is 5.25" diameter. > Item Details
Dutch Harbor Scene by Henk Dekker,
Lot # 589 - Dutch Harbor Scene by Henk Dekker,
oil on canvas, 20th century; signed Henk Dekker in the lower left. In a bird's eye maple and gilt wood frame with canvas liner. 15" x 23" (sight), 23" x 31.5" (w/frame).Henk Dekker (Dutch, 1897-1957) favored expansive harbor scenes and experimented with natural light. > Item Details
Louisville, Kentucky, Coin Silver Julep Cup,
Lot # 273 - Louisville, Kentucky, Coin Silver Julep Cup,
ca 1850s, with applied beaded lip and base; marked Fletcher & Bennett/Louisville, KY, and star P.L.K. star, Standard, 5.01 ozt (155.8 g).Henry Fletcher worked in Lexington, KY 1818-1830 and later moved to Louisville, where he employed a number of different silversmiths, including Charles F. Bennett ... > Item Details
<i>Duhme & Co.</i> Coin Silver Soup Ladle,
Lot # 290 - Duhme & Co. Coin Silver Soup Ladle,
with oval bowl, bright cut floral decoration, and twist handle, struck for DUHME & CO in an oblong punch, 11.5" long. 5.77 ozt. (180 g). > Item Details
Stencil Decorated Child's Windsor Rocker,
Lot # 363 - Stencil Decorated Child's Windsor Rocker,
American, ca 1850, mixed woods. A modified "firehouse-type" form having a comb-back, turned spindles and plank seat; decorated with gold striping on black; crest rail having a stenciled floral spray; 8" seat height x 17.5" overall height. > Item Details
Kentucky Sheraton One-Drawer Stand in Cherry ,
Lot # 357 - Kentucky Sheraton One-Drawer Stand in Cherry ,
ca 1830. One-board top resting on skirt with turned, tapered legs. Old refinish. 29" high x 24 wide x 20.5" deep. > Item Details
Washington Bust Coin Silver Spoon by T. Harland,
Lot # 282 - Washington Bust Coin Silver Spoon by T. Harland,
modified "Kings" pattern with central shell replaced by a bust of Washington under laurel wreath and Washington, possibly made to commemorate Washington's death in 1799. Struck with oblong punch HARLAND for Thomas Harland, Norwich, CT (1773-1807). See Kovel, American Silver Marks, 1989, p. 169.Thoma... > Item Details
Edward Wormley for Dunbar Modernist Armchair,
Lot # 587 - Edward Wormley for Dunbar Modernist Armchair,
American, mid-20th century in walnut. Loose seat and back cushions on webbed foundation. Original back webbing in leather. Includes manufacturer's label (unattached) identifying chair as item no. 158; 16.5" seat height, 28.5" overall height. > Item Details
Adjustable Wrought Iron Candlestand with Snuffer,
Lot # 130 - Adjustable Wrought Iron Candlestand with Snuffer,
probably American and 19th century. A horizontal bar holding two candle sockets and ram's horn hanging hooks, supported on a vertical rod having a tripod base with legs terminating in penny feet. An iron snuffer of the same period is included with this lot; both in a dark patina; 45.5" high. > Item Details
American Pewter Porringer,
Lot # 108 - American Pewter Porringer,
unmarked, with pierced handle, 5 12/16" diameter. > Item Details
George III Mahogany Piecrust Table,
Lot # 80 - George III Mahogany Piecrust Table,
late 18th century. A round top with piecrust edge is supported on a stop-fluted vasiform column with tripod base having carved acanthus leaves and similarly carved legs ending in claw-and-ball feet; refinished; 21.5" high x 17" diameter. > Item Details
Lebanon, Ohio Cherry & Walnut Child's Chest,
Lot # 362 - Lebanon, Ohio Cherry & Walnut Child's Chest,
poplar secondary wood, dated 1856. The inset gallery top having two small drawers over a single deep drawer with three reverse-graduated drawers below; all flanked by two shaped stiles with applied scalloped skirt. In an old, mellow finish (possibly original); 27" high x 23" wide x 16.5" deep. Ma... > Item Details
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