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Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, Three Rivers, Mich., ca 1900-20, artist; 10.75".
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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
Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
Lot # 540 - Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
19th century, incised 3 gallon jug, marked Ottman Fort Edward with foliage design, 12.5" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked WM.E. Warner Manufactory West Troy with foliage design, 15" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked J. Burger Jr. Rochester N.Y. foliage and flower design, 12.75" high. > Item Details
Signed <i>Andrieu</i> Wax Portrait of Napoleon,
Lot # 158 - Signed Andrieu Wax Portrait of Napoleon,
mounted on a black painted glass ground. Enclosed in 4.875" x 5.875" (frame). > Item Details
James Hamilton (American, 1819-1878)
Lot # 205 - James Hamilton (American, 1819-1878)
Last of the Wreckoil on canvassigned l.r.24.5" x 44.75"As a marine painter, Hamilton was highly influenced by the contemporary school of English landscape painters like J.M.W. Turner and Samuel Prout. This inspiration is highly evident in his dramatic brushwork and distinctive compositions of coasta... > 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
<i>Whites Utica</i> Stoneware Two Gallon Jug with Bird,
Lot # 532 - Whites Utica Stoneware Two Gallon Jug with Bird,
American, third quarter 19th century. Pulled handle and impressed size with maker's mark; with trademark spike-tailed bird in cobalt; 13" high x 8.5" diameter (at base). > Item Details
Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919, active 1851-1909)
Lot # 200 - Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919, active 1851-1909)
Three-Masted American Schoonerwatercolor on wove papersigned l.r.in a lemon-gilt frame9.75" x 7.5" > Item Details
Two English Wire Fireplace Fenders,
Lot # 232 - Two English Wire Fireplace Fenders,
19th century. Empire finials crown a lion's paw, wirework serpentine fender of large proportion; 18.25" high x 48" wide x 12.5" deep. Companion, simple wirework; 10" high x 31.5" wide x 14" deep. > Item Details
Georgian Gilt and Gesso Looking Glass,
Lot # 97 - Georgian Gilt and Gesso Looking Glass,
English, George III, crowned with basket holding flowers. Beveled looking glass, 24.5" x 15.5" (sight), 39.875" x 22" (w/frame). > Item Details
Three Pieces Decorated Bennington Stoneware,
Lot # 542 - Three Pieces Decorated Bennington Stoneware,
American, ca 1850-59, all marked J. & E. Norton Bennington, VT. Includes incised 2 gallon jug with pulled handle, 13.75" high; with incised 1 1/2 gallon crock, 10" high; with incised 3 gallon lidded jar, 13.25" high. > Item Details
Two Norton and Fenton
Lot # 357 - Two Norton and Fenton "Dark Lustre" Pitchers,
American, ca 1844-47, in Rockingham glaze with relief molded floral motifs. Both impressed on bottom in two lines Norton & Fenton/East Bennington Vt; 7.375" and 8" high. (See Spargo 1972: 87 and plate v; and Barret 1958; 24-25, plates 22 and 23) > Item Details
Three 19thC Pieces of  Lighting,
Lot # 89 - Three 19thC Pieces of Lighting,
American. Includes: tin peg whale oil lamp with glass front and pewter burner; 7.5" high, with 5.25", Small lantern 10" high, 3.25" square with sliding glass panel to incomplete burner. Japanned tin petticoat oil lamp with original brass burner, 5" high. > Item Details
Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, PLUS,
Lot # 186 - Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, PLUS,
English, ca 1835, fully marked inside sockets 286/D*S and on foot for Dixon & Sons, 11.25" high; together with a later covered vegetable dish with gadroon trim, 14.5" long x 3.5" high. > Item Details
Phrenology Head Marked <i>R.F. Freda</i>,
Lot # 341 - Phrenology Head Marked R.F. Freda,
English, second half 19th century, of white earthenware, marked inside mold Chapman. Skull marked in black, base marked Phrenology/by/R.F. Freda. Sides marked R.F. Freda/London and Entered at Stationers Hall. Back with statement of purpose by R.F. Freda; 11.375" high x 5.5" x 4.25". > Item Details
William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Lot # 309 - William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Pastoral Landscapeoil on panelsigned l.l. and dated To my friend A. DeWolf/ William H Howe 87inscribed on verso Presented to Edwin Allis DeWolf by his friend Will H. Howe the artist/ in Paris 1887 13.5" x 10" in a period gilt and gesso frame with newer interior frame > Item Details
Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
Lot # 114 - Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
English, second quarter 19th century, probably manufactured by Messenger & Sons, Birmingham, but also pictured in the 1850 catalog for Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston, as No. 176 (base) and No. 505 (standard), (not listed in Hooper's descriptive catalog). Of patinated bronze depicting a neoclassical m... > Item Details
Treen Washboard with Cutout Heart Handle,
Lot # 416 - Treen Washboard with Cutout Heart Handle,
ca 1750-1800, oak with chamfered sides; 34.75" long x 8" wide x 1.25" thick. > Item Details
Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
Lot # 502 - Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
American, first quarter 20th century, on wove paper, depicting a wavy-coated hunting spaniel in a wooded setting, signed Stone '08, in a parquetry frame with gold fillet liner; 14.5" x 12.5" (sight), 17" x 15" (w/frame). > Item Details
Rare Southern Five Gallon Stoneware Churn,
Lot # 531 - Rare Southern Five Gallon Stoneware Churn,
American, ca 1890-1920. Olive green alkaline glaze inside and out, with two pulled vertical strap handles on one side and a horizontal handle opposite. Probably Boggs Pottery Randolph Co., Ala.; 18.25" high, 7.5" diameter. (See Greer 1981: 94) > Item Details
Canvasback Drake Decoy,
Lot # 211 - Canvasback Drake Decoy,
American or Canadian, early 20th century; 16.5" long. > Item Details
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