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Folky Carved Pedestal with Guns and Swords,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century; three upright guns for legs and three swords as braces, all in old original black paint; 17.75" high.
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Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
Lot # 78 - Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, pattern-molded in an expanded 14-diamond ogival design with tooled rim and short applied funneled base with folded rim; 2.875" high x 4.25" diameter. (See McKearin 1968: plate 31-4 and Innis 1976: 179, fig. 158 and 202, fig. 199) > Item Details
Queen Anne Period Cabinet Brasses,
Lot # 134 - Queen Anne Period Cabinet Brasses,
English or American, second quarter 18th century; all of cast brass and stylistically similar. Lot includes (21) bat-wing backplates, (11) bat-wing escutcheons, (35) bail handles [10 of post mounting design, (25) of cotter design], (19) posts with nuts plus a large group of brass and iron cotter pi... > Item Details
Sewer Tile Lion Signed <i>H.M. Swords</i>,
Lot # 523 - Sewer Tile Lion Signed H.M. Swords,
American, probably Ohio, 19th century. Recumbent form on oblong plinth with tooled detail, hand-colored features and pleasant expression. Incised 154 and potter's name in script under base; 6.75" high x 9" long x 5" wide. > Item Details
<i>Sarah Ann Huff 1831</i>, New Jersey Sampler,
Lot # 145 - Sarah Ann Huff 1831, New Jersey Sampler,
wool on linen. Sarah worked her sampler at aged 14; it is composed of religious verse and strings of alphabet and numbers, all surrounded by a strawberry vine border. Set in a period maple frame; 17.5" x 20.5" (sight), 19.5" x 22.5" (w/frame). Genealogical research reveals Sarah was born in New Jers... > Item Details
Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 428 - Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
ca 1830-40, with chestnut and mixed secondary woods. Two over five graduated drawers; the bottom three are flanked by half turned columns; 45" high x 40" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
Pair of Silverplated Three-light Candelabra,
Lot # 191 - Pair of Silverplated Three-light Candelabra,
American, ca 1940, together with three Heisey glass "Waverly" candle holders (not pictured); 15.375" high. > Item Details
Portrait of Gentleman with Cigar
Lot # 30 - Portrait of Gentleman with Cigar
Americanca 1840soil on canvasunsigned36" x 27" > 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
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
Group of 18 Small Folio Currier & Ives <i>Presidents of the United States</i>,
Lot # 455 - Group of 18 Small Folio Currier & Ives Presidents of the United States,
including four monochrome lithographs by Currier & Ives featuring Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, James A. Garfield and Gen. U.S. Grant, PLUS 12 lithographs in color by N. Currier, published in 1848-49. Each housed in beveled veneer frames and each 13.5" x 9.5". > Item Details
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
Audubon Octavo <i>Quadrupeds of North America</i> in Three Volumes,
Lot # 228 - Audubon Octavo Quadrupeds of North America in Three Volumes,
John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851) and James Bachman (American, 1790-1874), The Quadrupeds of North America. Published by Victor G. Audubon, New York, 1849, 1851 and 1854. Three volumes in newer bindings. Gilt-edged sheets. 155 hand-colored lithographed plates after drawings by Audubon and his... > 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
Two Splint Baskets,
Lot # 407 - Two Splint Baskets,
American, ca 1900. The smaller basket sits atop the rim of the larger basket and likely made to be used together; 8" high (smaller basket), 21" high x 17" diameter (larger basket). > Item Details
Two Decorated Stoneware Ovoid Jugs,
Lot # 534 - Two Decorated Stoneware Ovoid Jugs,
American, 19th century, with pulled handles and cobalt decoration. Tulip decoration, 13.75" high; floral decoration, 13.25" high. > Item Details
Rockingham Ink Standish,
Lot # 441 - Rockingham Ink Standish,
American or English, mid-19th century, in yellow ware covered in bright Rockingham glaze, with separate ink pot and double handles with acanthus leaf molding; 2.25" high x 12" long x 6" wide. > Item Details
Canadian Goose Decoy,
Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
Lot # 540 - Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
19th century, incised 3 gallon jug, marked Ottman Fort Edward with foliage design, 12.5" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked WM.E. Warner Manufactory West Troy with foliage design, 15" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked J. Burger Jr. Rochester N.Y. foliage and flower design, 12.75" high. > Item Details
Naive Coastal Scene with Castle
Lot # 202 - Naive Coastal Scene with Castle
late 19th centuryoil on canvasillegible pencil signature on verso19.75" x 15.5" > Item Details
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