Lot 11    

African American Wooden Doll,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th century; with jointed arms and legs; 10" long.
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Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, <i>Bewick's Wren</i>
Lot # 223 - Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, Bewick's Wren
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 4 and upper right Plate XVIIIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S., publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Colour... > Item Details
Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
Lot # 346 - Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
American, ca 1849-58, relief molded and covered in grey flint enamel with good mottling, unmarked; 5.375" x 4.375" (picture opening), 11" x 9.75" (outside dimensions). (See Barret 1958: 13, figure VIII-B for a similar example.) > 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
Kurdish Rug,
Lot # 508 - Kurdish Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 4'3" x 6'2". > 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
<i>Charlestown</i> Stoneware Ovoid Jar,
Lot # 536 - Charlestown Stoneware Ovoid Jar,
American, ca 1820, with lug handles and impressed with a single heart decoration; 10.5" high. > Item Details
Three Pieces Cobalt Decorated New York Stoneware,
Lot # 541 - Three Pieces Cobalt Decorated New York Stoneware,
one incised 3 gallon crock, marked N A White & Son Utica, N.Y., 10.25" high; one incised 2 gallon jug, marked Ithaca, N.Y., 14" high; one 2 gallon jug, marked CORTLAND, 13.5" high. > 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
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
American Eagle Woodcarving,
Lot # 7 - American Eagle Woodcarving,
probably 1920s. An eagle with a turned head and raised wings; he is mounted on a newer molded edge platform; 18" high x 22" wide (w/o platform). > Item Details
Portrait of <i>Lord Arthur Chichester</i>
Lot # 161 - Portrait of Lord Arthur Chichester
Belfast, Irelanddated 1830watercolor on wove paper5.25" x 6.75"Purchase history, sitter and date inscribed on verso. > Item Details
Carved Pine Basket Tree,
Two Treen Bowls,
Lot # 425 - Two Treen Bowls,
one 19th century, incised lines on sides; 20" diameter x 5.75" high x 1.25" thick. Handled smaller bowl dated 1847, remnants of red paint with initials on opposite side of date; 11.375" diameter x 4.375" high. > Item Details
Double-Sided Treen Cake Board,
Lot # 424 - Double-Sided Treen Cake Board,
American, 19th century. Carved deer and dog on one side; king, queen and carriage on the other side; 18" long. > Item Details
Fine Hepplewhite Charleston, S.C., Dining Tables,
Lot # 252 - Fine Hepplewhite Charleston, S.C., Dining Tables,
ca 1790-1810, of mahogany and mahogany veneers, with white pine secondary wood-laminated frame, consisting of three pieces, a center section with falling leaves, four legs and two fly-legs, and two demilune ends, fitted with edge tenons and brass cleats, the frieze and leg faces all with lightwood s... > 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
Elsmore & Forster
Lot # 296 - Elsmore & Forster "Ceres" and "Laurel Wreath" Ironstone,
six articles, English, ca 1850, various raised and printed marks. Five pieces of "Ceres" pattern decorated in yellow lustre, including a large pitcher, covered sugar bowl, sugar bowl (no lid) and two open oval vegetable dishes; AND a "Laurel Wreath" covered sugar bowl with Washington medallion. Pitc... > Item Details
Rockingham Ink Standish Marked <i>Sharpe</i>,
Lot # 440 - Rockingham Ink Standish Marked Sharpe,
American or English, mid-19th century, in yellow ware covered in tan sponged glaze, with separate ink pot and double handles with acanthus leaf molding, embossed cartouche with SHARPE on front; 2.25" high x 12" long x 6" wide. > Item Details
American Hepplewhite Slant Front Desk,
Lot # 238 - American Hepplewhite Slant Front Desk,
mid-Atlantic states, 1790-1810, of cherry with poplar secondary; with fitted interior, the slant front over four graduated cockbeaded drawers, all rising on French flaired feet; 47" high x 41" wide x 19.5" deep. > Item Details
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