Lot 20    

Pair of 19th-Century Oval Portraits of Young Children
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
each oil on canvas
unsigned
each 7" x 9.25"


Condition:  
Both have been cleaned and over academy board. Minor craquelure developing.
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Sheraton Dressing Table in Black Paint,
Lot # 387 - Sheraton Dressing Table in Black Paint,
New England, ca 1840, stenciled and grain-painted pine and maple with second-tier glove drawers, ca 1825-30; 38" high x 27" wide x 23" deep. > 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
Reed & Barton Claret Frame and Bottles,
Lot # 83 - Reed & Barton Claret Frame and Bottles,
American and English, 19th century, marked Made and Plated by Reed & Barton, with vintage motifs, holding three bottles of colorless flint glass with honeycomb cutting around the neck, engraved floral decoration around the shoulder, evenly spaced roundels around the body, and star cutting in the bas... > Item Details
Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
Lot # 417 - Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
probably Continental, dated 1854. Old green paint and signed with owner's name; 27.5" long. > Item Details
Corner Cupboard in Cherry,
Lot # 382 - Corner Cupboard in Cherry,
ca 1800-30, with poplar secondary wood, cove moulded cornice, paneled doors on upper and lower sections, interior shelves and a high arched and shaped base; 82.75" tall x 33.5" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
Carved Ivory Figure of Japanese Courtesan,
Lot # 290 - Carved Ivory Figure of Japanese Courtesan,
19th or 20th century. A figure of a woman holding flowers secured to a black wooden stand. Incised signature on the back bottom of her robe and incised symbol on bottom; 11.75" high. > 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
Sheraton Bowfront Server,
Lot # 261 - Sheraton Bowfront Server,
English, ca 1780-1800, in mahogany with pine secondary wood, having one long drawer over turned and tapered legs; 31" high x 42" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
English Silver Child's Traveling Set in Case,
Lot # 331 - English Silver Child's Traveling Set in Case,
struck for Birmingham 1880 and maker GU, probably George Unite. Includes a gold-washed handled cup with stamped floral motifs and hollow-handled knife, fork and spoon with cast grape and engraved floral motifs; in purple velvet lined case. Monogrammed HEB. Cup is 3.125" high; case is 9" x 8.25" x 9"... > Item Details
Folk Portrait of a Lady in a Lace Bonnet
Lot # 313 - Folk Portrait of a Lady in a Lace Bonnet
American or Englishca 1830soil on canvasunsignedin bird's-eye maple frame24.25" x 20.75" > Item Details
Ohio Two-Piece Step-Back Cupboard, Attributed to New Bremen,
Lot # 256 - Ohio Two-Piece Step-Back Cupboard, Attributed to New Bremen,
ca 1850, walnut primary, poplar and pine secondary woods. Interior of upper section retains an old, possibly original, dark blue paint; inside lower section is unpainted. Exterior exhibits a worn painted surface (likely original) in a rich, mellow patina; 88.5" high x 63" wide x 22.5" deep.New Brem... > Item Details
Miniature Portrait by <i>D. (Daniel) Dickinson</i>,
Lot # 163 - Miniature Portrait by D. (Daniel) Dickinson,
watercolor on ivory, American, signed D.D.1832 lower right. In the original red leather case, on the left side is a painting of a well-dressed young man; the right side contains a printed-on silk landscape scene with putto that reads, D. Dickinson/Miniature Painter/at Earles/No.169 Chestnut St/PHILA... > Item Details
Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
Lot # 396 - Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
likely Washington County, Tenn., ca 1800-20, of mixed hardwoods, with shaped seats, bentwood arched backs, double-braced, tapered and scored spindles, faux bamboo legs and stretchers; 36" high x 16.5" seat height. (See Young 1997: 2, plate III. A similar pair sold at Brunck Auctions, June 2006, lot... > Item Details
Monumental Rockingham Cooler,
Lot # 450 - Monumental Rockingham Cooler,
American, probably Ohio and possibly Cincinnati, ca 1850-80. Rare form with dolphin handles covered in brilliant brown and green runny glaze; 22.75" x 20" handle to handle x 10" deep. (See McAllister 2003, Book III: 18, top, for a similar example.) > Item Details
Poodle Folk Carving Attributed to Aaron Mountz,
Lot # 15 - Poodle Folk Carving Attributed to Aaron Mountz,
Pennsylvania German carver (American, 1873-1949). Pennsylvania, ca 1930; 4.5" long x 3" wide. > Item Details
19th-Century Portrait of Washington at Trenton, after Faed
Lot # 63 - 19th-Century Portrait of Washington at Trenton, after Faed
Americanoil on canvasunsignedlabel on stretcher with plaque on frame bearing title and attribution to Trumbull23.5" x 17.25" > Item Details
Knabe Nine-Foot Concert Grand Piano,
Lot # 438 - Knabe Nine-Foot Concert Grand Piano,
with an ebonized finish, serial number 82477 denoting a date of 1917, and with an addition of a pianocorder player mechanism and adjustable stool. Piano is 40" high x 61.5" wide x 106" long. > Item Details
LaFayette and Cornwallis Copper Lustre Pitcher,
Lot # 291 - LaFayette and Cornwallis Copper Lustre Pitcher,
English, early 19th century, recto with Cornwallis Resigning His Sword at Yorktown Oct. 19th 1781; verso with vignette of LaFayette against a yellow ground, 5.25" high. > Item Details
Folk Portrait of a Gentleman with Book
Lot # 314 - Folk Portrait of a Gentleman with Book
American or Englishearly 19th centuryoil on canvasunsigned29.5" x 24.75" > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>The Trotting Gelding Frank with J.O. Nay</i>.
Lot # 505 - Currier & Ives The Trotting Gelding Frank with J.O. Nay.
His Running Mate. As They Appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. Nov. 15th. 1883. Driven by John Murphy.Americanca 1883Conningham No. 6174plate size 25.5" x 36" (sight); 29.875" x 19" (image) > Item Details
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