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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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
Oval Bentwood Box with Painted Decoration,
Lot # 38 - Oval Bentwood Box with Painted Decoration,
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
Kurdish Rug,
Lot # 508 - Kurdish Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 4'3" x 6'2". > Item Details
Two 19th-Century Enamel Boxes,
Lot # 175 - Two 19th-Century Enamel Boxes,
English and French, both in polychrome enamel on brass, including a Battersea bonbonniere in the form of an English bullfinch with floral scene on lid, 1.6" high; together with a heart-shaped box with harbor scene on lid, marked on lid with Sansom pinwheel device, 2.25" long. > Item Details
Trippensee Planetarium Orrery,
Lot # 231 - Trippensee Planetarium Orrery,
American, early 20th-century. A teaching model planetarium comprised of three operating spheres, including lacquered brass sun, earth marked The Trippensee Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich., geared moon, on brass base with calendar, season and Zodiac circle, operated by a hand-operated, chain-linked wheel me... > Item Details
Two Signed Tennessee Fan-Back Windsors,
Lot # 398 - Two Signed Tennessee Fan-Back Windsors,
20th century, of oak and hickory, inscribed Made September 1983 by Claude Phillips/Greenville, Tenn. 35.5" high x 17" seat height. > Item Details
Four-Colored Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 268 - Four-Colored Jacquard Coverlet,
American, ca 1830s-40s. Purportedly woven by a family member in Ohio, includes family provenance. Colors include brick red, indigo blue, green and natural; 77" x 93" (without fringe). > 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
Two Folk Art Carved Serpent Canes,
Sereb  Runner,
Lot # 277 - Sereb Runner,
Persia, first quarter, 20th century; 10'4" x 25.5'. > Item Details
Georgian Loving Cup with Scottish Provenance,
Lot # 177 - Georgian Loving Cup with Scottish Provenance,
English, ca 1759-60. Elaborate pierced frame around blown cobalt glass liner. Marked with sterling standard, Newcastle-upon-Tyne town mark and JL for John Langlands, with engraved dragon's head family crest and motto Truth is my Trust. Bottom rim of cup engraved JOHN KYNASTON CARLTON CROSS and 1837-... > Item Details
Pair of Glove Forms Marked <i>The Daniel Hays Company</i>,
Lot # 10 - Pair of Glove Forms Marked The Daniel Hays Company,
American, in pine and with moveable thumbs, second half 19th century. Right hand 11.5" high, left hand 11" high. > Item Details
Large Double-Sided Cake Board with Figures,
Lot # 422 - Large Double-Sided Cake Board with Figures,
Continental, 19th century, male and female figures, ends mortised; 29.5" long x 8" wide x 1.25" thick. > Item Details
18 Books on American Decorative Arts & Antiques,
Lot # 551 - 18 Books on American Decorative Arts & Antiques,
an assortment of reference texts focusing on Northeast decorative arts and antiques; includes Fine Points of Furniture: Early American by Sack and Pennsylvania Clockmakers, Watchmakers, and Allied Crafts by Whisker.Catalogue of Musical Instruments, Volume One, Keyboard Instruments, by Howard Schott,... > Item Details
Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted  Cupboard,
Lot # 394 - Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted Cupboard,
American, ca 1840-60, poplar wood. A two-piece flat wall cupboard having nailed construction. Two doors with 6 lites each are over a pie shelf with two doors that drop forward. Below are two over three drawers of nailed construction having wood pulls, flanked by tapered columns with circular tops; 9... > Item Details
Lot of American Coin Silver including <i>Mitchell & Tyler</i>,
Lot # 329 - Lot of American Coin Silver including Mitchell & Tyler,
22 pieces, ca 1847, all "Fiddle Thread" pattern. Includes 15 manufactured by Gale & Hayden (New York, 1845-50), retailed by Mitchell & Tyler (Richmond, Va., 1845-66). Includes a 14" basting spoon, 8 dinner forks, 3 table spoons, 3 soup spoons; 6 grapefruit spoons by Ball, Black & Co. and a master bu... > 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
Signed Wax Portrait of Louis XIV, English,
Lot # 157 - Signed Wax Portrait of Louis XIV, English,
early 19th century. Unidentified artist signature below shoulder; in original shadow box frame; 7.5" x 6.25". > Item Details
Pair of Kirk Sterling Footed Nut Dishes,
Lot # 328 - Pair of Kirk Sterling Footed Nut Dishes,
Baltimore, late 19th-early 20th century, raised on trifid feet with repousse floral motifs on the rims. Marked Sterling/S.Kirk & Sons/215F; 3" high x 6.5" diameter. 14.307 ozt. (445 g). > Item Details
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