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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Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
Lot # 488 - Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
American, East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1860, of glazed yellow ware covered in tan, ochre and brown. Unusual forward facing seated form with separate front legs, smooth face and long nose, and right eye closed as if winking. Base originally produced as a baking/serving dish; 11.5" high x 11" long x 8" de... > Item Details
Ezra Ames (American, 1768-1836)
Lot # 151 - Ezra Ames (American, 1768-1836)
Pair of PortraitsNew Yorkoil on canvasunsignedin probably original matching frameseach 29" x 23.25"Gentleman is listed as Samuel Stevenson Fowler, Albany, N.Y. (1799-1850). The woman is likely Mrs. Fowler.Book that identifies the gentleman sitter to be sold with lot: Ezra Ames of Albany, by Bolton a... > Item Details
Miniatures Pair on Ivory of Two Children,
Lot # 162 - Miniatures Pair on Ivory of Two Children,
probably English, 19th century, in oval ogee ebonized and brass frames; 1.75" x 2.25" (sight), 3" x 3.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
19th-Century English Silhouette Stamped Herve,
Lot # 168 - 19th-Century English Silhouette Stamped Herve,
gold highlights in hair of male half portrait. Rosewood frame, 3" x 4.5" (sight), 5.875" x 7.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Mallard Hen and Drake Duck Decoys, PLUS,
Lot # 209 - Mallard Hen and Drake Duck Decoys, PLUS,
black duck. All American or Canadian, early 20th century; Hen, 16" long, black duck, 20" long, and a Mallard drake, marked on bottom Mississippi River Cairo, ILL. 1920s; 15" long. > Item Details
Two Imari Chargers and Two Imari Fish Form Dishes,
Lot # 284 - Two Imari Chargers and Two Imari Fish Form Dishes,
all 20th century. Chargers, 13" and 14.5" diameter; dishes, Japanese, 11" long. > Item Details
Two Japanese Imari Pieces,
Lot # 282 - Two Japanese Imari Pieces,
the first, a 20th century charger form in the Imari palette, 14" diameter; the second, 19th century Imari hexagonal plate with piecing edges; 10" diameter. > Item Details
New Orleans Coin Silver Goblet,
Lot # 194 - New Orleans Coin Silver Goblet,
American, ca 1852-61, in the rococo style. Marked J. Rafel over New Orleans in a crescent; 6.5" high x 3.5" diameter at the rim. 5.304 ozt. (165 g). Joseph Rafel was born in Germany in 1810, worked in New York and Cincinnati and came to New Orleans as an itinerant before moving his business there. A... > Item Details
Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
Lot # 330 - Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
American, ca 1900-10, a pitcher and six beakers, leather over copper, rims and spout with Gorham trademarks and sterling, pitcher marked AY507; tumblers AY509, each mounted with a sterling shield monogrammed B; pitcher 8.5" high, tumblers 5.875" high. > Item Details
Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Lot # 48 - Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Berks County, dated 1787 along with owner's name CATDARINA (last name is illegible). Made of pine, the body is all joined by dovetailing and has an applied moulding around the front and sides of the base. On the underside are the original attached runners. The front and sides are decorated with tabl... > Item Details
Lot # 471 - "Wild Goose Chase" Quilt,
American, ca 1865-85. All hand-sewn in colors of red, yellow and green; 84" x 84". > 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
Woodford County, Ky.,  Cherry Three-Drawer Stand,
Lot # 254 - Woodford County, Ky., Cherry Three-Drawer Stand,
ca 1810-20, with poplar secondary, having three adjacent cockbeaded drawers, the center flanked by two larger drawers, all with inlaid lightwood stringing on the faces; the pinned legs with inlaid mother-of-pearl elipses over drop bellflowers and stringing on tapering quadrangular legs; 29" high x 2... > Item Details
Melodeon in Rosewood,
Lot # 437 - Melodeon in Rosewood,
probably English, ca 1860, with beaded decoration, shaped stretcher and lyre-shaped trestle ends; 29" high x 37" wide x 18.5" deep. > Item Details
Eight Sterling Goblets,
Lot # 337 - Eight Sterling Goblets,
American, 20th century, assembled set. Four each by R. Wallace & Sons and International Sterling, all with gold washed bowls and engraved A.H.P. on underside of base; 6.75" high. 33.04 ozt. (1027 g) total weight. > Item Details
Pastel of a Gentleman in Ribbon Frame
Napoleonic Pressed Horn Snuff Box,
Lot # 174 - Napoleonic Pressed Horn Snuff Box,
ca 1796, all horn box with hinged lid; the pressed battle scene after a painting by Horace Vernet depicting the Battle of the Bridge of Arcole; 4.15" long. > Item Details
Early 19th-Century Watercolor Portrait of a Gentleman,
Lot # 170 - Early 19th-Century Watercolor Portrait of a Gentleman,
probably Continental, gentleman in black painted brass oval original frame; 3.375" x 2.125" (sight), 5.625" x 4.373" (w/frame). > Item Details
Map of the <i>State of Tennessee</i> by Carey, 1814,
Lot # 59 - Map of the State of Tennessee by Carey, 1814,
published just after the War of 1812 when the state was in the early stages of settlement; 10" high x 20.75" wide (sight), 18.5" high x 29" wide (w/ frame). > Item Details
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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