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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).

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<i>Von Worle</i> Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 376 - Von Worle Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
German, ca 1880-1900, with brass triple-weight driven time and strike movement, two-part enameled 7.25" diameter dial with brass bevel signed Von Worle/In Wien. The Art Nouveau mahogany case with side lights in original finish; with weights, pendulum and key; 56" high x 18" wide x 5.5" deep. > Item Details
Hunzinger Chair,
Lot # 431 - Hunzinger Chair,
walnut stamped HUNZINGER. N.Y. PAT. MARCH 30 1869.; 17" seat height x 34" overall height. > Item Details
Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
Lot # 114 - Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
English, second quarter 19th century, probably manufactured by Messenger & Sons, Birmingham, but also pictured in the 1850 catalog for Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston, as No. 176 (base) and No. 505 (standard), (not listed in Hooper's descriptive catalog). Of patinated bronze depicting a neoclassical m... > Item Details
Rare Rockingham
Lot # 446 - Rare Rockingham "Heron" Covered Ice Pitcher,
American, ca 1850-58, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, modeled by Charles Coxon and attributed to the E. & W. Bennett pottery, Baltimore, Md. Goat's head under pierced spout, the body modelled with herons in a marsh including one attacking a snake curled around the twig handle, oak leaves and acorn... > Item Details
William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Lot # 309 - William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Pastoral Landscapeoil on panelsigned l.l. and dated To my friend A. DeWolf/ William H Howe 87inscribed on verso Presented to Edwin Allis DeWolf by his friend Will H. Howe the artist/ in Paris 1887 13.5" x 10" in a period gilt and gesso frame with newer interior frame > Item Details
<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
Three pieces Cincinnati Pewter, 19th Century,
Lot # 302 - Three pieces Cincinnati Pewter, 19th Century,
marked Holman, baluster-form pitcher, acorn finial, #4, 12" high with 5.875" diameter base. Single candlestick 8" high, 4.25" base, Homan or Sellew, unmarked. Open pitcher, marked Sellew, Cincinnati, scroll handle, 7.125" high, 4.5" diameter base. > Item Details
Bennington
Lot # 339 - Bennington "Paneled Vine and Flower" Parian Pitcher,
American, ca 1847-48, smear glazed outside and highly glazed inside, 8.25" high to rim. Fenton Works mark "E". (See Barret 1958: 53, plate 71-C for a similar example.) > Item Details
Miniature Portrait by <i>D. (Daniel) Dickinson</i>,
Lot # 163 - Miniature Portrait by D. (Daniel) Dickinson,
watercolor on ivory, American, signed D.D.1832 lower right. In the original red leather case, on the left side is a painting of a well-dressed young man; the right side contains a printed-on silk landscape scene with putto that reads, D. Dickinson/Miniature Painter/at Earles/No.169 Chestnut St/PHILA... > Item Details
Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
Lot # 250 - Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
possibly Greene or Washington County, Tenn., 1800-10, mahogany, a transitional form with a scroll-cut frame on poplar secondary, having rope inlay on the crossbanded perimeter of the frame and an inlaid compass star on the crown; 42" high x 24.75" wide. (For similar examples of Tennessee looking gla... > Item Details
Amish
Lot # 478 - Amish " Bars" Pattern Quilt,
Pennsylvania, ca 1940s in the "Old Order" style. Constructed by treadle machine and hand-quilted, in colors of purple, brown, blue and maroon; 70" x 70.5". > Item Details
English Chippendale-Style Knee-Hole Desk,
Lot # 138 - English Chippendale-Style Knee-Hole Desk,
first quarter 20th century, in mahogany with oak secondary wood, benchmade. All drawers have original brass bail handles with batwing backplates, original finish; 31.75" high x 36" wide x 21.75" deep. > Item Details
16 Easter Bunny Chocolate Candy Molds,
Lot # 543 - 16 Easter Bunny Chocolate Candy Molds,
late 19th to mid-20th century, various American, French and German makers Letang Fils, Anton Reiche, H. Walter, Heris-Nurenberg, Jaburg Brothers, Eppelsheimer & Co., S. Mills & Co. Including "Bacchus" bunny, rabbit driving motorcar, rabbit with egg basket, rabbit firing shotgun and others, all with ... > Item Details
Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919, active 1851-1909)
Lot # 200 - Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919, active 1851-1909)
Three-Masted American Schoonerwatercolor on wove papersigned l.r.in a lemon-gilt frame9.75" x 7.5" > Item Details
American Hepplewhite Slant Front Desk,
Lot # 238 - American Hepplewhite Slant Front Desk,
mid-Atlantic states, 1790-1810, of cherry with poplar secondary; with fitted interior, the slant front over four graduated cockbeaded drawers, all rising on French flaired feet; 47" high x 41" wide x 19.5" deep. > Item Details
Folky Carved Pedestal with Guns and Swords,
Lot # 3 - Folky Carved Pedestal with Guns and Swords,
American, early 20th century; three upright guns for legs and three swords as braces, all in old original black paint; 17.75" high. > Item Details
Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table in Cherry,
Lot # 99 - Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table in Cherry,
American, ca 1760-90, with a two-board top with old butterfly cleats on a vasiform pedestal over arched legs ending in snake feet on pads; 33" diameter x 28" high. > Item Details
<i>Junghans</i> Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 377 - Junghans Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
German, ca 1880-1900, with brass triple-weight driven time and double hammer strike, eight-day movement marked Jungans/J in eight-pointed star. Mahogany finished case; includes matching embossed brass can type weights, and key; 46" high x 17" wide x 7" deep. > Item Details
19th-Century Oil Painting of a Naval Officer
Lot # 197 - 19th-Century Oil Painting of a Naval Officer
likely Commodore John Rodgers (1771-1838)Americanoil on canvasunsigned29.5" x 23.5" Commodore John Rodgers was an American naval officer who served during the War of 1812. > Item Details
Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
Lot # 112 - Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
American or English, late 19th century, tapered footed brass column with pear-shaped font and duplex burner marked E.M. & Co./Duplex, later shade ring with spider supporting a cut and etched blown glass shade with vining and floral motifs and 10" fitter, hung with 20 8.5" spear-point prisms and bea... > Item Details
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