Lot 5    

Three Wooden Folk Carvings of Birds,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, late 19th and early 20th century. Lot includes a painted swan, 5.25" high; a goose, 7.5" high; and a painted bird toy which chirps when turned, 3.25" high.

Condition:  
Neck reglued on swan, tail reglued on bird toy.
Sold: $240.00
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Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII <i>White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch</i>
Lot # 220 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 31 and upper right Plate CLIIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured... > Item Details
Hamadan Area Rug,
Lot # 506 - Hamadan Area Rug,
Persia, first third of 20th century; 59.5" x 31". > Item Details
Silhouette of Man and Greyhound,
Lot # 167 - Silhouette of Man and Greyhound,
English, ca 1840. Cut paper pasted depicting gentleman in cap and a dog, both are facing each other, in a bird's-eye maple frame; 10.5" x 12.5". > Item Details
Rare Bennington Miniature Pitcher and Basins,
Lot # 352 - Rare Bennington Miniature Pitcher and Basins,
American, ca 1849-56, in Rockingham glaze, unmarked. Pitcher 3.125" high to top of handle; bowls 1.625" high x 3.75" diameter. (See Barrett 1976: 342, plate 450-F for a similar example.) > Item Details
Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
Lot # 330 - Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
American, ca 1900-10, a pitcher and six beakers, leather over copper, rims and spout with Gorham trademarks and sterling, pitcher marked AY507; tumblers AY509, each mounted with a sterling shield monogrammed B; pitcher 8.5" high, tumblers 5.875" high. > Item Details
Lot # 471 - "Wild Goose Chase" Quilt,
American, ca 1865-85. All hand-sewn in colors of red, yellow and green; 84" x 84". > Item Details
Gaudy Wash Basin,
Lot # 127 - Gaudy Wash Basin,
English, early 19th century, with blue and white floral decoration, impressed Stevenson; 4.25" high x 13" diameter. > Item Details
Assembled Group of
Lot # 82 - Assembled Group of "Excelsior" Flint Glass,
lot of 13, American, 19th century, of flint and non-flint colorless glass. Includes four footed tumblers, a goblet, two wine glasses, one cream pitcher, three open sugar bowls (two "Excelsior Plus"), one covered sugar and an open compote. Covered sugar is 10" high, compote is 7.5" high x 8.5" diamet... > Item Details
Rockingham Cow Creamer Attributed to Bennington,
Lot # 351 - Rockingham Cow Creamer Attributed to Bennington,
American, probably Bennington, ca 1847-56, of yellow ware with good mottled glaze, original lid, unmarked; 5.25" high x 6.25" long. (See Barrett 1976: 296, plate 381-B for a similar example.) > Item Details
Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted  Cupboard,
Lot # 394 - Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted Cupboard,
American, ca 1840-60, poplar wood. A two-piece flat wall cupboard having nailed construction. Two doors with 6 lites each are over a pie shelf with two doors that drop forward. Below are two over three drawers of nailed construction having wood pulls, flanked by tapered columns with circular tops; 9... > Item Details
Ohio Two-Piece Step-Back Cupboard, Attributed to New Bremen,
Lot # 256 - Ohio Two-Piece Step-Back Cupboard, Attributed to New Bremen,
ca 1850, walnut primary, poplar and pine secondary woods. Interior of upper section retains an old, possibly original, dark blue paint; inside lower section is unpainted. Exterior exhibits a worn painted surface (likely original) in a rich, mellow patina; 88.5" high x 63" wide x 22.5" deep.New Brem... > Item Details
Cigar Store Indian Princess,
Lot # 456 - Cigar Store Indian Princess,
American, likely mid-Atlantic, mid- to late 19th century. Carved and painted pine; 39.25" high. (See Fried 1970) > Item Details
Folk Carving of American Indian and Bear,
Audubon First Edition Octavo Quadrupeds <i>American Bison</i> Pair
Lot # 225 - Audubon First Edition Octavo Quadrupeds American Bison Pair
companion prints from the first edition published between 1849-54hand-colored on wove paperboth marked upper left corner No. 12 and upper right Plate LVI and Plate LVII, respectivelycredits lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon F.R.S.F.L.S. and lower right Lith Printed & Cold by J.T. Bowen, P... > Item Details
Dark Blue Staffordshire
Lot # 124 - Dark Blue Staffordshire "Blind Boy" Coffee Pot,
English, ca 1825, in brilliant dark blue, maker unknown; 10" high; together with an Indian view saucer by Adams, 5.75" diameter. (See Laidacker 1951, Part II, 1951: 121-MD31) > Item Details
Julius Adam II (German, 1852-1913)
Map of the Canadian and English Colonies by Zatta, 1778,
Lot # 56 - Map of the Canadian and English Colonies by Zatta, 1778,
Italian version, appeared in Atlante Novissimo, hand-colored with decorative cartouche; 11.75" high x 15.75" wide (sight), 15.75" high x 19.75" wide (w/frame). > Item Details
19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
Lot # 454 - 19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
ink on paperDesigned and Flourished by J.L. Hunsicher at Loers Normal Art Training School, Lebanon, O.27.5" x 20.75" > Item Details
American Coin Silver Ladle,
Lot # 179 - American Coin Silver Ladle,
late 18th-early 19th century, possibly Massachusetts. Double struck WM in an oblong reserve, monogrammed JPC in florid script; 13" long. 4.661 ozt. (145 g). > Item Details
Two Oval Bentwood Shaker Boxes plus Seed Box,
Lot # 40 - Two Oval Bentwood Shaker Boxes plus Seed Box,
American, 1850-75. Pantry boxes having original surface; 5" high x 8.5" wide x 12.25" long, 4.25" high x 6.5" wide x 8.5" long. Also a box with partial paper label reading SHAKER SEED CO. D.M. Mount Lebanon, N.Y.; 4.5" high x 22" wide x 9.25" deep. > Item Details
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