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19th-Century Woodcarving of Bird with Young,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, ca 1850-90. This symbol of self-sacrifice was used often in the Pennsylvania German arts; 11" high.
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Regency Mahogany Wall Clock,
Lot # 258 - Regency Mahogany Wall Clock,
ca 1810, with unmarked brass fusee driven movement and 14" diameter silvered dial engraved, Tho.s Mudge/Willm. Dutton/ London. As the clock is certainly ca 1800-10, this cannot be correct, as Mudge died in the 1790's, the engraving was added later, likely in England to an anonymous period clock. The... > Item Details
New England High Chest in Maple,
Lot # 133 - New England High Chest in Maple,
probably Massachusetts, ca 1760-90; the lower case with three drawers across, the center one with fan carving; the upper case having five graduated, overlapping drawers; all over a shaped apron and cabriole legs with sharp, arising knees, ending in pad feet on discs; 70" high x 39.5" wide x 21" deep... > Item Details
Lot of Whiting
Lot # 322 - Lot of Whiting "Louis XV" Sterling Tableware,
19 pieces, American, ca 1891. Includes a crumb knife, 12.75" long, 6 luncheon forks; 6.875" long; 6 cream soup spoons, 6.75" long; and 6 table serving spoons. Whiting griffon mark, Pat 1891, sterling and The Nowland Co.; 30.54 ozt. (950 g). > 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
Bergamo Rug,
Lot # 279 - Bergamo Rug,
Turkey, late 20th century; 8'8" x 12'. > Item Details
12 English Pewter Plates,
Lot # 301 - 12 English Pewter Plates,
ten 9.25" plates of John Home 1749-71 and two 8" plates; one Townsend & Compton 1801-11 and one with illegible mark. > Item Details
Five Canton Ginger Jars,
Lot # 285 - Five Canton Ginger Jars,
19th century, with underglaze blue lake, architectural and landscape scenes, approx. 9". On later pierced wooden stands. > Item Details
Lot of Georgian Silver Flatware,
Lot # 185 - Lot of Georgian Silver Flatware,
8 tablespoons, English, ca 1800-32, all with Newcastle-on-Tyne town mark; 4 marked for Thomas Watson, 2 for John Watson and 2 for John Walton; 10" long. 17.039 ozt. (535 g). > Item Details
Folk Art
Lot # 492 - Folk Art "Memory Star" With Civil War Tintype,
American, late 19th century. Made from an old wood box with stenciled letters (on verso), shards of glass, shells and china, metal and natural materials; all are glued around a centrally placed tintype of two gentlemen, one wearing a uniform; 17" diameter. > Item Details
Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 239 - Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
English or American, ca 1800-20, with pine secondary wood; 45" high x 44.75" wide x 20.75" deep. > Item Details
Elsmore & Forster
Lot # 296 - Elsmore & Forster "Ceres" and "Laurel Wreath" Ironstone,
six articles, English, ca 1850, various raised and printed marks. Five pieces of "Ceres" pattern decorated in yellow lustre, including a large pitcher, covered sugar bowl, sugar bowl (no lid) and two open oval vegetable dishes; AND a "Laurel Wreath" covered sugar bowl with Washington medallion. Pitc... > Item Details
Mortar and Pestle in Red Paint,
Lot # 414 - Mortar and Pestle in Red Paint,
American, late 19th century, turned maple with two incised medial rings, retaining original pestle; 13.5" overall height. > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, <i>Bewick's Wren</i>
Lot # 223 - Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, Bewick's Wren
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 4 and upper right Plate XVIIIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S., publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Colour... > Item Details
Chinese Export Reverse-Painted Portrait of Young Lady,
Lot # 287 - Chinese Export Reverse-Painted Portrait of Young Lady,
19th century, original frame; 13.25" x 19" (sight), 15.625" x 21.5" (frame). > Item Details
Blown Molded Cobalt Compote with Applied Rim,
Lot # 79 - Blown Molded Cobalt Compote with Applied Rim,
American, possibly Pittsburgh district, 1830-50, of brilliant cobalt blue with 10 vertical ribs, flat rim with applied rim of opaque white glass, and applied circular base with rough pontil scar; 2.875" high x 5.125" diameter. > Item Details
Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
Lot # 8 - Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
American, Three Rivers, Mich., ca 1900-20, artist; 10.75". > Item Details
Weaver's Turned Chair, PLUS,
Lot # 401 - Weaver's Turned Chair, PLUS,
a turned armchair, American, circa 1840, both with ladder backs and split-hickory, woven seats; arm chair 42" overall height, 16" seat height; armless chair 48" overall height, 14.5" seat height. > 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
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
Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
Lot # 458 - Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
American, late 19th century. Carved laminated pine having glass eyes, painted polychrome decoration on a green-gray ground, with a U.S. shield breastplate and rendered in a jumper stance. Paint is well-worn with a desirable dry surface. Mounted to an iron stand; 45" high x 48" wide x 11" deep (not i... > Item Details
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