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.
Sold: $0.00
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

don't miss

an opportunity to bid. You can't win if you're not in.

sign up to bid

what's it worth?

ask the experts

sell your item

start selling
<i>The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.</i> in Five Volumes, 1831,
Lot # 256 - The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Five Volumes, 1831,
including A Journal of A Tour to the Hebrides London: John Murray, 1831, small 8vo. Five volumes, uniformly bound in full brown calf, raised gilt bands, gilt compartments, two maroon morocco leather spine labels with gilt title, decorative embossed dentils. Vol. I: 532 pp; Vol. II: 571 pp; Vol. III:... > Item Details
Scottish Mahogany Tall Case Clock, by <i>John Geddie/Banff</i>,
Lot # 435 - Scottish Mahogany Tall Case Clock, by John Geddie/Banff,
first quarter 19th century, with engraved brass dial, signed as above with brass time, strike and calendar weight-driven movement, mounted in Geo. III-style mahogany case with brass mounts, 81" high x 18.5" wide.John Geddie Senior was born ca 1778 in Banff, Scotland, where he was a successful clock ... > Item Details
Trinket Box with Elaborate Parquetry Inlay,
Lot # 359 - Trinket Box with Elaborate Parquetry Inlay,
American, ca 1890-1910, having extensive inlay in mixed hardwood, the case with ring-turned turret corners and single full-width drawer; all supported by ball feet. In an old finish with grungy surface; 7.75" high x 13" wide x 8" deep. > Item Details
Creamware Cann and Canary Bowl,
Lot # 47 - Creamware Cann and Canary Bowl,
English, late 18th-early 19th century. Includes a creamware cann with hand painted overglaze decoration of flowers and vines, applied, tooled "ear" handle, 6" high; together with a yellow glazed earthenware waste bowl having short foot rim with overglaze decoration of flowers and vines, 3.25" x 6" d... > Item Details
Three Coalport
Lot # 33 - Three Coalport "Japan" Gilded Tablewares,
English, first half 19th century, richly decorated in cobalt, iron-red, green and gilt, all unmarked but attributed to Coalport. Includes an oval platter, 12" x 9"; together with two similar plates, 9.75" diameter. > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Dome Top Box,
Lot # 124 - Paint-Decorated Dome Top Box,
American (probably Pennsylvania), 19th century, in pine. Boldly decorated with polychrome flowers on a blue ground, accented with yellow striping. Fitted with a wire bail handle and wire hinges, hasp and lock are intact. In a well-preserved surface with appropriate wear; 6" high x 11" wide x 6.5" d... > Item Details
Two Setters on Point after Percival Rosseau,
Lot # 717 - Two Setters on Point after Percival Rosseau,
first quarter 20th century, oil on canvasboard labeled Fulton Canvas Boards/ Devoe and Reynold's Co.. In the style of Percival Rosseau (American, 1859-1937). Signed only with underlined initial F lower left. Board's label from. In a gilt frame; 17.25" x 23.25" (sight), 21" x 27" (w/frame). > Item Details
Hepplewhite Four-Drawer Inlaid Chest in Walnut.
Lot # 501 - Hepplewhite Four-Drawer Inlaid Chest in Walnut.
Mid-Atlantic states, poplar secondary wood, American, ca 1800. The rectangular top with string inlay on a case having four graduated, overlapping drawers with string inlay; all over a scalloped skirt having fan inlay and French feet. Appears to retain period brasses; refinished; 42.75" high x 43" w... > Item Details
Smoke-Decorated Dome Top Box,
Lot # 349 - Smoke-Decorated Dome Top Box,
American, probably New England, 19th century in pine. Of dovetailed construction retaining smoke-decorated surface on a green ground; 10" high by 27.75" wide by 13.88 deep. > Item Details
Two Blue and White Canton Platters,
Lot # 65 - Two Blue and White Canton Platters,
early to mid-19th century, both octagonal with architectural, lake and landscape designs and cloud and rain borders, one of well-and-tree form; 18.5" x 15.5" and 17" x 14". > Item Details
Two Paint-Decorated Boxes,
Lot # 465 - Two Paint-Decorated Boxes,
both American and mid-19th century, in pine. A slide-lid box with paper lining (possibly used to store tea) paint-decorated in an Asian motif; 4.5" high x 6.5" x 5"; together with a slant-lid lap desk in green paint with decorative striping; 3.75" high x 14.5" x 11.5". > Item Details
Early Painted Chalkware Deer,
Lot # 170 - Early Painted Chalkware Deer,
American, first half 19th century; 7.5" high. > Item Details
Engraved Blown Glass Hurricane Shade,
Lot # 512 - Engraved Blown Glass Hurricane Shade,
American, 19th century. A large colorless blown lead glass hurricane shade of baluster form with wheel engraved floral and berry motif around the neck and basal foot rim folded to the inside; 17.75" high x 7" diameter. > Item Details
Isaac Shelby 1793 Kentucky Land Grant,
Lot # 656 - Isaac Shelby 1793 Kentucky Land Grant,
large folio, partially printed, and signed boldly by Shelby as Governor, May 16, 1793, awarding lands to William Kennedy in Bourbon County. In a contemporary frame. 12" x 14" (sight), 17.75" x 20" (w/frame). > Item Details
Pair Queen Anne Side Chairs,
Lot # 131 - Pair Queen Anne Side Chairs,
New England, possibly Portsmouth, New Hampshire, ca 1720-1730, walnut, with arched and carved crest rail, vasiform splat, rush-woven seats and turned stiles and legs. 45" overall height; 17.5" at seat. > Item Details
Herez Rug,
Lot # 703 - Herez Rug,
Iranian, first half, 20th century, having a cobalt central medallion and border with quarter-scale cream spandrels on a russet field, with secondary colors of green and saffron. Knotted wool on cotton. 11'4" x 18'8"; 136" x 224"; 345.4 x 569.0 cm > Item Details
Pair of Sheffield Peg Lamps,
Lot # 595 - Pair of Sheffield Peg Lamps,
English, 19th century. A pair of Old Sheffield silver plate whale oil peg lamps with acorn fonts fitted with period double wick burners and having gadroon trim, fitting into tapered columns above oblong bases; 9" high. > Item Details
Three Pieces of Purple Spatterware,
Lot # 294 - Three Pieces of Purple Spatterware,
English, first half 19th century. Includes a "Holly Berry" large saucer with purple spatter border, 5.75" diameter; a blue and purple rainbow spatter toy saucer, 4.5" diameter; AND a "Tulip" pattern plate with purple sponged border, impressed oval Cotton and Barlow mark, 9" diameter. > Item Details
George III Mahogany Parcel-Gilt Looking Glass, Ca 1770,
Lot # 431 - George III Mahogany Parcel-Gilt Looking Glass, Ca 1770,
mahogany and mahogany veneers, with oak secondary. 50" high x 25.75" wide. > Item Details
Sewer Tile Seated Cat with Applied Clay Eyes,
Lot # 725 - Sewer Tile Seated Cat with Applied Clay Eyes,
American, first quarter 20th century, of coarse red clay with incised details; eyes are of a lighter shade of clay. Covered in an overall salt glaze; 7.5" high. > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: