Lot 14    

Four 19th-Century American Wooden Sewing Items,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
a ca 1890 fancy splint and woven sewing basket with tufted silk bottom liner, 5" high x 11" long; together with a ca 1850 sewing clamp in the form of a mahogany roll top desk with bun feet, 6.25" high x 6" wide x 2.75" deep. Includes two other wooden sewing-related items.
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probably New England, ca 1820-40, pine and maple with square tacks; having red and green floral decoration on the top and underside of lid; 6" long x 4.5" wide. (See Little 1980: color plate 22, right example.) > Item Details
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Assembled Group of
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Five Smoke Bells,
Lot # 91 - Five Smoke Bells,
American, ca 1850, probably by one of the New England glass houses, all free blown of fiery opalescent glass with applied blue rims, three with glass ring hangers attached by wafers, and two with original metal caps and rings; two are 9" high, 7", 4.25", and 3.25" high. > Item Details
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Lot # 474 - Lafayette with Eagles Quilt,
American, ca 1876. All handmade in a pinwheel pattern with a treadle machine stitched binding; 88" x 88". > Item Details
Sheraton Mahogany Canopy Bed,
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Bennington Jardiniere,
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19th-Century Brass Fender,
Lot # 235 - 19th-Century Brass Fender,
English; 4.75" high x 42.25" wide x 12.25" deep. > Item Details
Civil War-Era Spencerian Drawing and Envelope,
Lot # 453 - Civil War-Era Spencerian Drawing and Envelope,
American, from Cave Valley in Pilot Hill, Calif. Drawing motifs include tulip, hand, ribbon with 1861 Union Forever bird, Masonic symbol, artist initials L.J.P. with curly Q border. Verso with upper and lower case alphabet, dated 1861 envelope includes wreath with Mr. L.J. Platt with surround and le... > Item Details
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Lot # 358 - Two Bennington "Gothic" Tobacco Jars,
American, ca 1847-58, in brilliant Rockingham glaze, unmarked; 8.5" and 12" high overall including lids. (See Barret 1958: 94, plate 127-A for a similar example.) > Item Details
Bennington Quart Book Flask <i>Kossuth</i>,
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Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
Lot # 255 - Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
American, ca 1845-70, pine secondary wood. Two doors with tin panels; sides have wood panels. Below are two dovetailed drawers with a scalloped skirt; 64" high x 46.5" wide x 14.5" deep. > Item Details
Gaudy Pearlware Coffee Pot, Plus,
Lot # 128 - Gaudy Pearlware Coffee Pot, Plus,
English, first quarter 19th century, possibly by Adams, 11.25" overall height; together with a Leeds feather edge toddy plate, 4.5" diameter. > Item Details
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Lot # 416 - Treen Washboard with Cutout Heart Handle,
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Carousel Horse, Inside Row Jumper,
Lot # 460 - Carousel Horse, Inside Row Jumper,
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Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
Lot # 427 - Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
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