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.
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Naive Oil on Canvas of a Sternwheeler
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<i>Charlestown</i> Stoneware Ovoid Jar,
Lot # 536 - Charlestown Stoneware Ovoid Jar,
American, ca 1820, with lug handles and impressed with a single heart decoration; 10.5" high. > Item Details
Sheraton Mahogany Canopy Bed,
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Massachusetts, ca 1800-15, with scalloped headboard, arched canopy, turned and reeded end posts and with an old dry surface; 72" high (at canopy) x 52.5" wide x 82" long. > Item Details
Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
Lot # 112 - Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
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Paint Decorated Wardrobe,
Lot # 395 - Paint Decorated Wardrobe,
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Two Norton and Fenton
Lot # 357 - Two Norton and Fenton "Dark Lustre" Pitchers,
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Ohio Wool Four-Color Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 266 - Ohio Wool Four-Color Jacquard Coverlet,
ca 1840, with four colors of blue, red and green on a natural ground; 79" long x 35" wide. > Item Details
Fraktur With Horse Dated 1798,
Lot # 52 - Fraktur With Horse Dated 1798,
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Diminutive Storage Chest with Chip-Carved Panels,
Lot # 430 - Diminutive Storage Chest with Chip-Carved Panels,
possibly Fairfield County, Ohio, ca 1840-60, of walnut and pine, having pinned panel construction, applied ebonized split spindles and mouldings; 15" high x 22.375" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
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Four Circa 1800 English Brass Candlesticks,
Lot # 84 - Four Circa 1800 English Brass Candlesticks,
of classical form, plus a late 18th century petal base, all of bell metal; 5", 6" (pair), 7" and 8" (petal) high. > Item Details
Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
Lot # 526 - Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
American, late 19th-early 20th century. Unusual walking form with brown glaze sponged on yellow unglazed clay; 5" long, 2.25" high. > Item Details
Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
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American, East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1860, of glazed yellow ware covered in tan, ochre and brown. Unusual forward facing seated form with separate front legs, smooth face and long nose, and right eye closed as if winking. Base originally produced as a baking/serving dish; 11.5" high x 11" long x 8" de... > Item Details
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American, third quarter 19th century. Pulled handle and impressed size with maker's mark; with trademark spike-tailed bird in cobalt; 13" high x 8.5" diameter (at base). > Item Details
Weaver's Turned Chair, PLUS,
Lot # 401 - Weaver's Turned Chair, PLUS,
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Lafayette with Eagles Quilt,
Lot # 474 - Lafayette with Eagles Quilt,
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Lot # 500 - T.C. Lindsay (Cincinnati, 1838-1907)
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