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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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-Arm Argand Lamp by <i>B. GARDINER</i>,
Lot # 113 - Double-Arm Argand Lamp by B. GARDINER,
American, ca 1840-60, labeled on burners B. Gardiner/New York, of gilt brass and bronze with cut and etched blown glass shades with vintage motifs; 11.5" high to top of burner, 290.5" to top of font; 16" overall spread. > 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
Mallard Drake and Hen Decoys,
Lot # 210 - Mallard Drake and Hen Decoys,
likely English and late 19th century, working decoys; having glass eyes; 15" long. > Item Details
Folky Still Life with Watermelon
Lot # 31 - Folky Still Life with Watermelon
19th centuryoil on canvasunsigned26.5" x 21.5" > Item Details
Two Reverse-Painted Empire Mirrors,
Lot # 389 - Two Reverse-Painted Empire Mirrors,
American, ca 1830-40. One with lake and house scene, 10.25" x 20"; second with fruit motif (not shown), 11.5" x 20.5". > Item Details
Four Assorted American Pewter Items,
Lot # 300 - Four Assorted American Pewter Items,
American, all 19th century, footed baptismal basin, 5" high x 8" diameter and 5.25" base diameter; pair unmarked #52 Meriden Britannia "sparking lamps," 3.25" high x 2.75" base diameter; beaker/tumbler, incised, 3" high x 2.125" base, diameter flaring to 3" top diameter. > Item Details
Set of Four Reproduction  Windsor Chairs,
Lot # 402 - Set of Four Reproduction Windsor Chairs,
American, 20th century. Bow-back side chairs with a nine spindle back, shaped saddle seat, ball and baluster turnings on half-circle stretchers. With recreated worn black paint; 41" overall, 17.5" seat height. > Item Details
English Chippendale-Style Knee-Hole Desk,
Lot # 138 - English Chippendale-Style Knee-Hole Desk,
first quarter 20th century, in mahogany with oak secondary wood, benchmade. All drawers have original brass bail handles with batwing backplates, original finish; 31.75" high x 36" wide x 21.75" deep. > Item Details
Three Decorated New England Stoneware Pieces,
Lot # 533 - Three Decorated New England Stoneware Pieces,
includes one incised 2 gallon jug, marked F.B. Norton & Co./ Worcester, Mass., 13.25" high; one incised 4 gallon crock, marked A.K. Ballard/ Burlington, VT., 11.75" high; one incised 3 gallon crock, marked E & L P Norton/ Bennington VT., 10.25" high. > Item Details
English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by <i>McAllister, Humburch & Birk</i>,
Lot # 380 - English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by McAllister, Humburch & Birk,
19th century, brass time, strike and double chime fusee movement with silvered and gilt dial, signed McAllister, Humburch & Birk/Rochester N.Z. with three silvered dials above chapter ring dial, being Chime/Silent, Slow/Fast and Westminster/Chime on Eight Bells from left to right, enclosed in a case... > Item Details
Nine Figural Chocolate Candy Molds,
Lot # 544 - Nine Figural Chocolate Candy Molds,
19th and 20th century, various German, Belgian, Dutch and American makers, Anton Reich, F. Cluydts Antwerpen, Dehaeck Gevit-Gand, Vormonfabriek Tilburg, T.C. Weygans & Co.. Includes Santa Claus, two comic rugby players, parrot, cockatoo, lamb, seated dog, hippo and lion, all retaining clips. Lion is... > 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
Yellow Ware Spaniel in Cobalt Glaze,
Lot # 520 - Yellow Ware Spaniel in Cobalt Glaze,
American, probably Ohio, ca 1880. Seated form with separate front legs and a curled tail, resting on an embossed base with floral motifs, 10" high x 8" long x 4.5" wide. (See McAllister 1997, Book I: 90, top right, for a similar example.) > Item Details
Lot of English Silver Pistol Handle Knives,
Lot # 184 - Lot of English Silver Pistol Handle Knives,
first quarter 19th century, hollow handles with steel blades, some with obscure London mark. Handles marked with lion passant gardant sterling standard. A few with worn TM, possibly T.W. Matthews 1808-1809. Twelve each dinner and dessert knives, 10" and 6.75" long. > 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
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
Treenware Compote,
Lot # 412 - Treenware Compote,
American or English, 19th century, turned walnut with inlays; 8.5" top diameter x 7.75" high x 5.25" base diameter. > Item Details
The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
Lot # 497 - The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
oil on canvasunsignedverso, on stretcher The Old Norfolk Breed coinciding with name plate on frame and framer's label of W. Boswell & Sons, 48, London Street, Norwich ___.32.25" x 25" > Item Details
12 Sterling
Lot # 326 - 12 Sterling "Castles" Pattern Service Dinner Plates,
American, ca 1925, marked and retailed by The Loring Andrews Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio, marked sterling and each engraved on bottom, Helen Andrews/1925, 11" in diameter. 18.64 ozt.(580 g) each, 198.04 ozt. (6160 g) total weight. > Item Details
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