Lot 696    

Sandwich Petal and Loop Compote,
2007 FallAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, Oct 12&13
American, ca 1830-1850, likely by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. A colorless flint glass high foot compote in "Petal and Loop" pattern, 7" high x 10" diameter. See Barlow and Kaiser, fig. 1151, 1993.
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Pair of Cherry Banquet End Tables,
Lot # 41 - Pair of Cherry Banquet End Tables,
a Sheraton mahogany inlaid and veneered two-part banquet table with "D"-shaped ends, a swing leg on each, supporting drop leaves and tapered and reeded legs. 29.5" high x 41.75" wide x 76" fully extended. > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel
Lot # 316 - Bennington Flint Enamel "Alternate Rib" 8" Pitcher,
American, 1849-1858. A Bennington flint enamel "Alternate Rib" pattern pitcher, slightly waisted form with foliate-molded spout and applied foliate-capped molded C-scroll handle, the whole covered in a good mottled ochre, tan and umber glaze, Lyman Fenton 1849 mark A, 8" high. See Barret, 1958: 26, ... > Item Details
American School Portrait of a Young Woman,
Lot # 60 - American School Portrait of a Young Woman,
unattributed, ca 1850, oil on canvas. A young woman in black dress having a white lace collar is seated by a red curtain. In a period bird's-eye maple veneered frame; 32.5" x 27.5" (sight); 37" x 32" (w/frame). > Item Details
Two Coin Silver Master Salts by Lincoln & Foss,
Lot # 406 - Two Coin Silver Master Salts by Lincoln & Foss,
American, ca 1850, oval with beaded rim and foot and cobalt glass liners. Marked under the foot rim LINCOLN & FOSS between two spread-winged eagles, BOSTON, PURE COIN and the script initial L for Vincent Laforme (w. Boston, MA 1850-1857). See Quimby, Ian, American Silver at Winterthur, Winterthur/Un... > Item Details
Papier-Mâché 1930's Jack O' Lantern,
Lot # 809 - Papier-Mâché 1930's Jack O' Lantern,
hanging, single candle holder inside, with printed paper eyes and mouth. Label on bottom reads Pulp Reproduction Company/Milwaukee Wisconsin/ Made in U.S.A.. > Item Details
Pair of Ionic Column Pedestals,
Lot # 380 - Pair of Ionic Column Pedestals,
American, 20th century, in pine. Tapering stop-fluted columns with scrolled capitals; resting on square, moulded bases; in a white enamel paint; 38.5" high x 9.5" x 9.5" (at base). > Item Details
Oval Bentwood Box with Transfer Decoration,
Lot # 128 - Oval Bentwood Box with Transfer Decoration,
likely Continental and 19th century in pine of laced and pinned construction; lid having a transfer-decorated scene with mother, child and dog; sides with painted tulips and foliate elements; all on a bright orange ground; 7.5" high by 19.75" long. > Item Details
Curly Maple Document Box,
Lot # 345 - Curly Maple Document Box,
American, early 19th century. Dovetailed construction having a poplar bottom, old probably original finish, lock with key and a brass ring pull; 12" long x 7.25" deep x 5" high. > Item Details
Kentucky Hepplewhite Walnut Inlaid Chest,
Lot # 561 - Kentucky Hepplewhite Walnut Inlaid Chest,
poplar secondary wood, ca 1800. The rectangular top with string inlay on a case having four graduated scratch-beaded drawers with inlaid stringing and kite escutcheons; all over a valanced skirt with fan inlay and slight French feet. Refinished and fitted with period-style brasses; 39" high x 37.5... > Item Details
Rare Bennington Flint Enamel Tile, Plus,
Lot # 322 - Rare Bennington Flint Enamel Tile, Plus,
two articles, American, 1849-1858. A rare Bennington flint enamel tile, Lyman Fenton 1849 mark A, 7" square; together with a miniature flint enamel cake mold, unmarked, 3.75" diameter. See Barret, 1958: 133, plate 194; 105, plate 145. > Item Details
Hanging Kitchen Rack in Oak,
Lot # 476 - Hanging Kitchen Rack in Oak,
probably English, 19th century, having three horizontal bars with turned ends on baluster hanging supports. In a natural finish with iron eyebolts and wire hangers; 23" x 99". > Item Details
Early 20th Century Genre Scene Signed <i>C. Pissarro</i>,
Lot # 642 - Early 20th Century Genre Scene Signed C. Pissarro,
oil on canvas, early 20th century, signed C. Pissarro lower right. Also with wax stamp on tucked canvas on verso and Pissarro, Camille inscribed again on pencil. Likely an early copy after the artist; the small pointilist areas in the sky were added later. In a gilt and gesso frame; 11.5" x 17.5" ... > Item Details
Two Hide Covered Tack Decorated Boxes,
Lot # 351 - Two Hide Covered Tack Decorated Boxes,
American, early 19th century. Both have leather hinges and are wallpaper lined; one has a brass bail handle, the other a leather handle; 11.50" long x 5.50" high; 12" long x 6" high. > Item Details
Redware Flowerpot, signed <i>Solomon Miller</i>,
Lot # 89 - Redware Flowerpot, signed Solomon Miller,
American, Pennsylvania, 1852-1899. A finely crafted, thin-wall flowerpot having a collared rim and attached undertray; profusely decorated with manganese sponging under a red glaze that exhibits exceptional color. Underside of base with incised signature in script with a largely illegible date; 5" ... > Item Details
McKenney & Hall Portrait of <i>Kish-Ke-Kosh</i>,
Lot # 800 - McKenney & Hall Portrait of Kish-Ke-Kosh,
colored lithograph published in Philadelphia by F.W. Greenough, 1836, depicting A Fox Brave. In a wood frame under glass; 13" x 17" (sight), 18" x 23" (w/frame). > Item Details
Parquetry Checkerboard in Walnut and Maple,
Lot # 156 - Parquetry Checkerboard in Walnut and Maple,
American, 19th century, having a dovetailed spline across back; in an old finish; 12.25" x 12.25". > Item Details
Barn Scene with Fowl by Claude Guilleminet,
Lot # 707 - Barn Scene with Fowl by Claude Guilleminet,
oil on canvas, signed Guilleminet in the lower left. In a wood frame; 13.5" x 25" (sight), 19" x 31" (w/frame). Claude Guilleminet (French, 1821-1860), Parisian born, finally gained acceptance in the Paris Salon in 1857, likely because his barnyard and animal subject matter was not in accordance wit... > Item Details
Herez Rug Fragment,
Lot # 704 - Herez Rug Fragment,
Iranian, first half, 20th century, with a saturated red medallion and quarter-scale spandrels on cream ground, with walnut and green secondary colors; knotted wool on cotton. 6'3" x 9'4"; 200.6 x 284.5 cm. > Item Details
Treen Mortar and Pestle in Green Paint,
Lot # 474 - Treen Mortar and Pestle in Green Paint,
19th century, in maple, having an early wrought iron band and retaining an old green paint; 7.5" high x 6.25" diameter. > Item Details
Two Slide-Lid Boxes,
Lot # 347 - Two Slide-Lid Boxes,
American, mid-19th century. Both are of dovetailed construction with divided interiors; one is oak with a nailed bottom, the other is in an old, likely original, dark red paint having a pinned bottom. The oak box was likely a sewing box, having compartments with holes for spools of threads 4.75" x ... > Item Details
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