Lot 6    

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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Davidson County, Tenn., Settee,
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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
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Lot # 286 - Rose Medallion Tea Service,
48 pieces, late 19th-early 20th century, of paneled octagonal form. Includes a tea pot, covered sugar bowl, covered cream pitcher, 8-9" plates; 11-8.25" plates; 10-5.625" bread plates, and eight handled cups and 5" saucers. Coffee pot is 8" high. > Item Details
Regency Pole Screen with Needlework Panel,
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