Lot 8    

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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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
George II Marriage Cup by William Sampel,
Lot # 176 - George II Marriage Cup by William Sampel,
English, marked with sterling standard, London 1764 with W.S for William Sampel. Owner's initials B/WE on handle; 5" high x 7" handle to handle. 11.252 ozt. (350 g). > Item Details
Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
Lot # 123 - Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
lot of nine, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes a "Single Rose" Gaudy Dutch waste bowl, four gaudy cream pitchers, two bowls, a bat printed milk jug and a vase, all unmarked. Waste bowl is 3" high x 6.25" diameter; largest jug is 4.75" high. > Item Details
Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
Lot # 212 - Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
early 20th century. Both have removable heads and sets of holes in the bottoms (for stakes); 26.5" long x 15" high, 22" long x 11.5" high (sleeping). > Item Details
African American Wooden Doll,
Lot # 11 - African American Wooden Doll,
late 19th century; with jointed arms and legs; 10" long. > Item Details
Rockingham Dog Handle Presentation Ale Pitcher,
Lot # 449 - Rockingham Dog Handle Presentation Ale Pitcher,
American, ca 1840-50, of Rockingham glazed redware, likely made by the American Pottery Co., Jersey City, N.J., with JOHN DE MOLITOR in raised 1" white glazed letters on the shoulder, relief molded leafy hops around the rim, and the sides depicting a boar and stag hunt, unmarked; 8.875" high to rim,... > Item Details
After George Caleb Bingham (American, 1811-1879),
Lot # 65 - After George Caleb Bingham (American, 1811-1879),
Stump Speakingca 1856mezzotint engraving on paperengraved by Gautier30.25" x 22.5" > Item Details
Willie Blount 1810 Tennessee Land Grant,
Lot # 61 - Willie Blount 1810 Tennessee Land Grant,
large folio, partially printed, signed by Willie Blount as governor, October 2, 1810, awarding lands to Edward Hogan in Warren County. In a contemporary frame; 13.25" x 16.5" (sight), 20" x 23.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Simsbury, Conn., Silhouettes,
Lot # 172 - Simsbury, Conn., Silhouettes,
verso reads, artist Orsen Warner, sitters John Black and Electa Case, dated 1829; 3.25" x 4.25" (sight), 5.125 x 6" (w/frame) and 3.5" x 4.325" (sight), 4.625" x 5.625" (w/frame). > Item Details
<i>John Broadwood and Son</i> Square Piano,
Lot # 260 - John Broadwood and Son Square Piano,
English, patent date 1798. Inlaid mahogany, with deal and oak secondary. Hepplewhite stand with tapered quadrangular legs and spade feet on casters. Light and dark stringing on legs and on case; 35" high x 61" wide x 21.5" deep. (See Harding 1978 for information on John Broadwood and Son) > Item Details
Tiffany and Co. Cane with Muzzled Greyhound Handle,
Lot # 465 - Tiffany and Co. Cane with Muzzled Greyhound Handle,
American, ca 1900. The greyhound's head in carved wood, with glass eyes; the collar marked Tiffany and Co/Makers/Sterling, and engraved Wm.G.A. Turner 1900; 35" 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
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
George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Lot # 315 - George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Portrait of a Gentlemansitter unknownoil on canvassigned upper left G. H. Hall21.5" x 17.875"George Henry Hall is a well-known still-life painter of the mid-19th century and a member of the prestigious National Academy of Design. > Item Details
Two Splint Baskets,
Lot # 407 - Two Splint Baskets,
American, ca 1900. The smaller basket sits atop the rim of the larger basket and likely made to be used together; 8" high (smaller basket), 21" high x 17" diameter (larger basket). > Item Details
Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table in Cherry,
Lot # 99 - Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table in Cherry,
American, ca 1760-90, with a two-board top with old butterfly cleats on a vasiform pedestal over arched legs ending in snake feet on pads; 33" diameter x 28" high. > Item Details
Dark Blue Staffordshire
Lot # 125 - Dark Blue Staffordshire "Fruit & Flowers" Compote,
English, ca 1825, by Hicks, Meigh & Co., Stubbs and Kent and others, unmarked; 4.5" high x 11" diameter. (See Coysh and Henrywood 1999, Vol. 1: 149; Laidacker 1951: 81) > Item Details
Pierre-Jules Mene (French, 1810-1879)
Lot # 496 - Pierre-Jules Mene (French, 1810-1879)
bronze on marble basesigned P.J. Mene8" x 16" and 15" high (w/base) > Item Details
Corner Cupboard with Stencil Decoration,
Lot # 393 - Corner Cupboard with Stencil Decoration,
American, 19th century, with pine secondary. A two-piece cupboard having a two-door top with eight lites each, over two doors of divided raised panels, resting on bracket feet. The finish and stenciling are likely ca 1830-1850; 86" high x 50" wide x 26" deep. > Item Details
<i>1762</i> Petite Sampler,
Lot # 140 - 1762 Petite Sampler,
English or American, silk on linen. Strings of letters, relatives' initials, Elizabeth Hullam her work aged 11 years; 8" x 8" (sight), 9.5" x 9.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
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