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 Chinese School Paintings, <i>Forts at Boca Tigris</i>,
Lot # 263 - Pair Chinese School Paintings, Forts at Boca Tigris,
each watercolor and gouache on paper, 19th century, depicting the forts on the islands of Ahunghay and Wantong, respectively. Each in wood frames under glass; 6" x 9.5" (sight), 9" x 12.5" (w/frames). > Item Details
Empire-Style Brass Andirons,
Lot # 492 - Empire-Style Brass Andirons,
20th century reproductions, ball top with turned columns and plinth having spurred legs resting on ball feet; 18.25" high. > Item Details
<i>Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims</i> by William Blake,
Lot # 794 - Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims by William Blake,
engraving on wove paper, published October 8th, 1810, with lists of characters directly below plate. Bears watermark in lower right corner FRANCE. Unframed; 11.75" x 36.5" (plate size), 17.25" x 39.5" (paper size). > Item Details
The Bark <i>John Eills</i> by William Howard Yorke,
Lot # 275 - The Bark John Eills by William Howard Yorke,
British, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left W. Yorke L.pool 1870. Ship portrait of John Eills flying the British ensign off stern, with pennant flying over middle mast with other signal flags. In a gesso frame; 20.25" x 30" (sight), 23" x 33" (w/frame). William Howard Yorke (1847-1921) was b... > Item Details
Burl Treen Butter Paddle,
Lot # 341 - Burl Treen Butter Paddle,
North American, 19th century, of ash burl having a hook handle; retains a mellow patina; 5.5" wide x 9.25" long. > Item Details
19th C. Signed Low Work Stool,
Lot # 548 - 19th C. Signed Low Work Stool,
American, Connecticut or New York, early 19th century and impressed, John Sturdevant, at one end of the chip-carved platform; constructed of mixed woods having an old black paint; 17.50" diameter x 14" high. For more information on the maker see Evans, 1997: 223-224. > Item Details
Two American Marked Pewter Coffee Pots,
Lot # 234 - Two American Marked Pewter Coffee Pots,
an example marked Porter EX, (for Allen Porter, Westbrook, Maine, 1830-1838) having a bulbous body with incised bands and wooden finial; 12" high. The other marked Richardson Warranted, (for George Richardson, Cranston, R.I., 1830-1845), silver-plated, incising to body with metal finial; 10 1/2" hig... > Item Details
Reverse Painted Portrait of <i>Furkin</i>,
Lot # 365 - Reverse Painted Portrait of Furkin,
Continental, 19th century. An attractive young maiden in a lace-trimmed dress and plumed hat. In a period wooden frame; 12.5" x 9.25" (sight); 16.5" x 13.25" (w/framed). > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel
Lot # 309 - Bennington Flint Enamel "Tulip & Heart" Pitcher,
American, 1849-1858. A Bennington flint enamel "Tulip and Heart" pitcher having eight panels with small heart design at top of each rib, on a conforming octagonal base, the whole covered in an outstanding mottled and streaked green, blue, ochre and umber glaze, 7.75" high. Unmarked. See Barret, 1958... > Item Details
Polychrome-Decorated Trinket Box,
Lot # 126 - Polychrome-Decorated Trinket Box,
American, ca 1820, in maple and pine, constructed with cut nails. Box having a lift-lid and two doors concealing an interior fitted with seven drawers (2 drawers not present). The top and four sides of the exterior having painted, faux-framed tablets containing landscapes with lakes and buildings;... > 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
Lidded Dough Box in Original Surface,
Lot # 336 - Lidded Dough Box in Original Surface,
American, probably Ohio Valley, second quarter 19th century; in poplar constructed with cut nails and period screws having splayed sides and shaped battens on lid; 9" high x 29.5" x 15.5". > Item Details
Staffordshire Platter Leopard & Antelope,
Lot # 43 - Staffordshire Platter Leopard & Antelope,
English, ca 1820, in medium dark blue with passion flower border and central scene of a leopard waiting to pounce on a gazelle, unmarked; 18.5" x 14" x 1.75" high. > Item Details
Polychrome-Decorated Bird Tree,
Lot # 762 - Polychrome-Decorated Bird Tree,
late 19th century, six eastern songbirds having wire legs, perched on a natural branch mounted to a wood base; 24" high. > Item Details
Three Creamware Articles with Chinoiserie Decoration,
Lot # 71 - Three Creamware Articles with Chinoiserie Decoration,
late 18th century, English. Includes a baluster coffee pot, 12.5" high; together with a Liverpool jug with multiple old stapled repairs, 9" high; AND a loving cup with flared lip, 7.5" high x 10" wide. > Item Details
Portrait of Henry Clay by John Neagle,
Lot # 650 - Portrait of Henry Clay by John Neagle,
oil on canvas, ca 1840, by John Neagle (1796-1865), painted in Washington, D.C., in its original frame; 24" x 29" (sight), 36" x 40.5" (w/frame), together with a framed chromolithograph of the Neagle portrait of Clay, circa 1860, an exact copy of the oil portrait, 13" x 16" inside an oval mat, 19" x... > Item Details
Four Pewter Fluid Lamps,
Lot # 220 - Four Pewter Fluid Lamps,
American, second quarter 19th century. Includes three whale oil/fluid lamps and one chamberstick. An example marked Taunton Britannia Manufacturing; an example having burner marked S. Rust's Patent New-York; remainder are unmarked; heights range from 5 1/4" to 9". > Item Details
Stick Spatter Charger & Platter with Rabbits and Frogs,
Lot # 52 - Stick Spatter Charger & Platter with Rabbits and Frogs,
English, 19th century. Includes a large charger with central floral design in cobalt, red and green, the border decorated with rabbits and frogs, 12.75" diameter; together with an oval platter with "Persian Rose" central design and border of scampering rabbits, 14.5" x 10.5". > Item Details
Large Treen Mortar & Pestle in Red Paint,
Lot # 473 - Large Treen Mortar & Pestle in Red Paint,
19th century, in maple of slight hourglass form having incised decorative bands and retaining a dry red painted surface; 8.5" high x 7.5" diameter at rim. > Item Details
Grain-Painted Sheraton Drop Leaf Table,
Lot # 450 - Grain-Painted Sheraton Drop Leaf Table,
American, ca 1820, in pine. The rectangular top with lambs-tongue corners is supported by a skirt having turned legs. In what appears to be the original red and black grained-painted surface with an old overvarnish; 28.5" high x 36" wide x 19" (closed) x 35" (open). > Item Details
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