Lot 7    

American Eagle Woodcarving,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
probably 1920s. An eagle with a turned head and raised wings; he is mounted on a newer molded edge platform; 18" high x 22" wide (w/o platform).

Condition:  
Age cracks.
Sold: $977.50
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<i>Elizabeth Summers 1808</i> Adam and Eve Sampler,
Lot # 142 - Elizabeth Summers 1808 Adam and Eve Sampler,
American or English, silk on linen; having bird and floral motifs. In a period ogee frame; 13.5" x 14" (sight), 16.75" x 17" (w/frame). > Item Details
Faux Burl Painted Frame with English Sampler,
Lot # 144 - Faux Burl Painted Frame with English Sampler,
Mary Lindow, 1825, wool on linen. Composed of alphabet and number strings, a verse, cottage with a bridge crossing over a brook, birds flying among trees and a tower. Set in a period, burl grain painted frame, with gilt trim; 15" x 20" (sight), 22" x 26" (w/frame). > Item Details
Rococo Revival Lady's Writing Desk, with Balloon Back Chair,
Lot # 433 - Rococo Revival Lady's Writing Desk, with Balloon Back Chair,
mid-19th century, in rosewood with original leather writing surface, attributed to Charles A. Baudouine (New York, 1805-1895); 54" high x 32" wide x 19" deep. Walnut swivel-seat chair, 19" seat height x 33" overall height. > Item Details
Painted Valuables Box with Winged Heart,
Lot # 41 - Painted Valuables Box with Winged Heart,
American, ca 1850-70, with removable divided tray and original lock and key; 7" high x 12" wide x 7" deep. > Item Details
Simsbury, Conn., Silhouettes,
Lot # 172 - Simsbury, Conn., Silhouettes,
verso reads, artist Orsen Warner, sitters John Black and Electa Case, dated 1829; 3.25" x 4.25" (sight), 5.125 x 6" (w/frame) and 3.5" x 4.325" (sight), 4.625" x 5.625" (w/frame). > Item Details
Vase Lamp with Sheep Herding Scene,
Lot # 494 - Vase Lamp with Sheep Herding Scene,
probably English, ca 1870, with hand-painted sunset winter sheep-herding scene possibly after Tait; 15.5" high to collar; 26.5" overall height. > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel Mask Lip Pitcher,
Lot # 355 - Bennington Flint Enamel Mask Lip Pitcher,
American, ca 1847-58, in flint enamel, unmarked, 7.5" high. (See Barret 1958: 26, plate 25-A) > Item Details
Three Bennington Miniature Cake Molds,
Lot # 350 - Three Bennington Miniature Cake Molds,
American, ca 1847-67, in mottled Rockingham glaze, unmarked, 1.5" high x 3.75" diameter. (See Barret 1958: 105, plate 145) > Item Details
Two Shaker Pantry Boxes,
Lot # 34 - Two Shaker Pantry Boxes,
American, ca 1850-75. Oval bentwood "Harvard type," with copper tacks; 2.5" high x 4.75" wide x 6.25" long, 1.75" high x 3.5" wide x 4.75" long. > Item Details
Early Norton Stoneware Pitcher,
Lot # 530 - Early Norton Stoneware Pitcher,
American, ca 1850-59, impressed J. & E. Norton,/ Bennington Vt./1 1/2, in over-all brown glaze. Variant mark with comma after Norton rather than period, 11.5" high. (See Osgood 1981: 137, plate 12 for similar examples.) > Item Details
11 Treen Butter Prints and Molds,
Lot # 426 - 11 Treen Butter Prints and Molds,
19th century, all with floral motif; various diameters, 3.375" to 4.75". > Item Details
Continental Miniature on Ivory of a Gentleman,
Lot # 159 - Continental Miniature on Ivory of a Gentleman,
late 17th-early 18th century, half-length portrait of sitter. Photo of gentleman inside with artist or sitter name, dated Nov. 27, 1699, and year 1728; 3.75" x 2.5" (sight), mounted in 20th century brass frame, 4.25" x 3.5". > Item Details
Oushak Rug,
Lot # 513 - Oushak Rug,
Turkey, contemporary; 8'4" x 9'8". > Item Details
Regency Pole Screen,
Lot # 241 - Regency Pole Screen,
English, ca 1800-10, in rosewood, on a tripod stand with cartouche-framed screen having silk tapestry scene of chess game; 51.5" high. > Item Details
Two Pieces Decorated <i>Whites Utica</i> Stoneware,
Lot # 539 - Two Pieces Decorated Whites Utica Stoneware,
American, includes one incised 3 gallon ovoid crock, 11.25" high; one incised 2 gallon jug, 14.5" high. > Item Details
Pair of Recumbent Setter Dog Inkwells,
Lot # 518 - Pair of Recumbent Setter Dog Inkwells,
American, probably Ohio, ca 1860, in yellow ware covered with green, yellow and brown Rockingham glaze. Facing pair of setter inkwells, one with tooled fur, the other with smoother coat; 4" high x 6" long. > Item Details
Southern Hepplewhite Sideboard,
Lot # 251 - Southern Hepplewhite Sideboard,
possibly Georgia, ca 1800, of walnut with lightwood stringing and mixed secondary woods. With intact bottle drawer and unusual side compartment on right rear; 37.5" high x 70.5" wide x 23" deep. > Item Details
Three Silverplated Salvers,
Lot # 190 - Three Silverplated Salvers,
English and American, 19th and 20th century, various makers, all engraved or stamped with foliate scrolls and raised on three feet. Largest marked with chalice for Ellis-Barker; 12", 10" and 9", all about 1.5" high. > Item Details
Pair of Kirk Sterling Footed Nut Dishes,
Lot # 328 - Pair of Kirk Sterling Footed Nut Dishes,
Baltimore, late 19th-early 20th century, raised on trifid feet with repousse floral motifs on the rims. Marked Sterling/S.Kirk & Sons/215F; 3" high x 6.5" diameter. 14.307 ozt. (445 g). > Item Details
Coin Silver Goblet and Cup,
Lot # 193 - Coin Silver Goblet and Cup,
American, ca 1840-60. 8.519 ozt. (265 g). Goblet unmarked, 6.5" high x 3.375" diameter at the rim; cup struck with Pure Silver Coin/1 and rooster/T&W/arm and hammer punch for Albert C. Tifft and William D. Whiting, N. Attleboro, MA (w. 1840-66), 2.5" high x 2.5" diameter. (See McGrew 2004: 60) > Item Details
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