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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<i>Sebastian Erard</i> Empire-Style Harp,
Lot # 540 - Sebastian Erard Empire-Style Harp,
in satinwood and pine, ca 1800; with seven pedals and 43 strings; engraved on the neck Sebastian Erard's/ Patent No 4403/ 18 Great Marlborough St London and Sebastian Erard/ Maker by Special appointment to his majesty and the royal family. 67.25" high x 30.75" wide. > Item Details
Coin Silver and Sterling Julep Cups,
Lot # 392 - Coin Silver and Sterling Julep Cups,
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Pair of Sheffield Peg Lamps,
Lot # 595 - Pair of Sheffield Peg Lamps,
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Philadelphia Coin Silver Cream Pitcher, Plus,
Lot # 400 - Philadelphia Coin Silver Cream Pitcher, Plus,
American, late 18th century-early 19th century, a helmut form with stepped foot, applied handle, and beaded decoration, bearing the mark of Charles Moore and John Ferguson. 7.5" high; together with five "Bright Cut Antique" coin silver teaspoons all bearing the mark of Joseph Lownes (Philadelphia, P... > Item Details
Georgian Inlaid Tea Caddy with Sterling Scoop,
Lot # 516 - Georgian Inlaid Tea Caddy with Sterling Scoop,
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Group of Early Toys Including Animals,
Lot # 164 - Group of Early Toys Including Animals,
twelve pieces total, all late 19th-early 20th century, in wood, tin and cloth. As shown, predominately barnyard animals; additionally, a circus elephant with platforms and a home-made whimsy of wood and wire; largest animal is 6" long. > Item Details
Blanket Chest in Old Red Paint,
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with a moulded edge on top, open-dovetailed sides, resting on a base with old black paint and shaped bracket feet. 26" high x 49.5" wide x 22.5" deep. > Item Details
Two Wooden Barn Lanterns,
Lot # 575 - Two Wooden Barn Lanterns,
American, late 18th or early 19th century. An example in natural finish together with an example retaining worn blue paint; all glass panes appear to be replacements; both 6" square x 9.50" and 11.50" high. > Item Details
Brass and Wrought Iron Trivet,
Lot # 180 - Brass and Wrought Iron Trivet,
probably English and 19th century; having a pierced star design, tripod base with shaped, elongated feet; turned wooden handle; 5.25" high x 8" wide x 14.5" long. > Item Details
Storr & Mortimer Coffee Pot in Sterling,
Lot # 4 - Storr & Mortimer Coffee Pot in Sterling,
English, ca 1836, of baluster form with engraved crest of a portcullised tower, hinged lid and oak leaf and acorn finial, acanthus-capped handle and spout, with central band of stylized heart shaped motifs, supported on four leaf-capped and scrolled feet. Struck with Storr & Mortimer, P.S. and t... > Item Details
<i>Sunset in Alps</i>, Winter Scene by Alois Arnegger,
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Early Gorham Coin Silver Sauce Boat,
Lot # 419 - Early Gorham Coin Silver Sauce Boat,
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<i>Lone Star</i> Appliquéd Quilt,
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American, ca 1920-30 and entirely hand-sewn of cotton. A large central star surrounded by floating stars constructed of printed and solid fabrics in colors including pink, green, red and orange; all on a natural ground; natural back and binding. Quilted in wreath and diamond designs; 67.50" x 96". > Item Details
Walnut Hepplewhite Stand, from Lebanon, Ohio,
Lot # 637 - Walnut Hepplewhite Stand, from Lebanon, Ohio,
having one (later) drawer and rising on tapering quadrangular legs; 29.25" high x 16.75" wide x 17" deep. > Item Details
Pair of Animal Portraits by Enno Meyer,
Lot # 718 - Pair of Animal Portraits by Enno Meyer,
horse portrait oil on canvas, signed Enno Meyer in the lower left, in a gilt frame; 10.5" x 14.5" (sight), 12.5" x 16" (w/frame). Dog portrait is oil on academy board and signed Enno Meyer in the lower right, also in gilt frame; 10.5" x 14" (sight), 12" x 15.5" (w/frame).Enno Meyer (1874-1947), born... > Item Details
Kentucky Sheraton Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 631 - Kentucky Sheraton Chest of Drawers,
circa 1800-1830, cherry with poplar as secondary, paneled sides, four graduated drawers with incised beading on faces, all over turned legs ending in thimble feet. 41.5" high x 19.5" deep x 39.5" tall. > Item Details
Two <i>Chas. H. Perdew</i> Crow Calls,
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American, 20th century, turned from hardwood with impressed maker's mark; each 5.5" long. Lot also includes a paper instruction sheet by the manufacturer. > Item Details
Barber Shop Painting signed <i>Max Barnard</i>,
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American, 20th century, enamel on Masonite panel, signed lower right. A naive depiction of the interior of a circa 1910 barbershop showing patrons in comical poses. In an oak frame; 19.5" x 23.5" (sight); 25.5" x 29.5" (frame).Maxwell Vosper ("Max") Barnard (1884-1978), a Chagrin Falls Township, Oh... > Item Details
William Spratling Wood and Leather Chair,
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Lead Glass Cheese Dome,
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American, 1840-1870. A blown lead glass cheese dome with rolled rim and applied knop finial, 10" high x 12.5" diameter. > Item Details
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