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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Portrait of Louis Jaeger (1819-1855)
Lot # 312 - Portrait of Louis Jaeger (1819-1855)
Americanoil on canvassigned MC 1848l.r.22.25" x 18.25" > Item Details
<i>Find The Missing Man</i> Diorama in a Bottle,
Lot # 9 - Find The Missing Man Diorama in a Bottle,
classic type of American folk art sculpture. This early 20th-century piece is constructed by hand in a contemporary glass bottle with wood stopper. The painted wooden sculpture constructed on the interior is a saloon scene with six figures, but only five of them are immediately evident to the viewer... > 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
Southern Folk Art Serpent Cane,
Lot # 468 - Southern Folk Art Serpent Cane,
American, late 19th century. Made from a tree root and painted black; 37" long. > Item Details
19th-Century Sailor's Bentwood Work or Ditty Box,
Lot # 35 - 19th-Century Sailor's Bentwood Work or Ditty Box,
American, pine and maple with pewter tacks; having four fingers, with openwork and carving to include a heart and compasses; 9" diameter. > 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
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
Walnut Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 137 - Walnut Chest of Drawers,
American, possibly Virginia, ca 1760-80, with pine secondary wood, two over two graduated drawers with full dust boards, all over bracket feet with spur returns; 35.5" high x 42" wide x 20" deep. > 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
Pair of Sterling Corinthian Column Candlesticks,
Lot # 192 - Pair of Sterling Corinthian Column Candlesticks,
American, first quarter 20th century, struck with sterling and unicorn insignia of The Mauser Company, and 56310; 10" high. > Item Details
Creamware Plate with Thoroughbred Stallion <i>Highflyer</i>,
Lot # 115 - Creamware Plate with Thoroughbred Stallion Highflyer,
English, ca 1776-84, by Neale & Co., with a portrait in enamels of a bay horse under a banner reading HIGHFLYER, likely copied from the equine portrait by John Boultbee; 9.5" diameter. Possibly part of a dinner service made for Richard Tattersall of the auctioneering firm, who purchased the horse in... > Item Details
Meshed Rug,
Lot # 511 - Meshed Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 8'7" x 12'4". > Item Details
Set of Miniature Pantry Boxes signed <i>SAM'L HERSEY</i>,
Lot # 33 - Set of Miniature Pantry Boxes signed SAM'L HERSEY,
nested set of four, American, Hingham, Mass., ca 1850-75, of birch, maple and pine. Bases with one left finger, covers with one right finger, largest mounted with printed paper label Manufactured by SAM'L HERSEY, Hersey Street, Hingham, Mass., one also inscribed in pencil C.F. Williams and C.F.W.; l... > 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
Oak <i>Alte Deutsch</i> Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 375 - Oak Alte Deutsch Vienna Regulator Clock,
ca 1890, with unmarked 30-day brass weight driven time only movement, 7.35" diameter enameled two-part dial with seconds dial above center, brass bezel, original brass weights and pendulum, in carved oak case; 60" high x 19.75" wide x 8" deep. > Item Details
Three Wooden Folk Carvings of Birds,
Lot # 5 - Three Wooden Folk Carvings of Birds,
American, late 19th and early 20th century. Lot includes a painted swan, 5.25" high; a goose, 7.5" high; and a painted bird toy which chirps when turned, 3.25" high. > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel Mask Lip Pitcher,
Lot # 355 - Bennington Flint Enamel Mask Lip Pitcher,
American, ca 1847-58, in flint enamel, unmarked, 7.5" high. (See Barret 1958: 26, plate 25-A) > Item Details
Assembled Group of Early English Teawares,
Lot # 118 - Assembled Group of Early English Teawares,
18 articles, British, first half 19th century. Includes six bone china floral decorated footed cups and saucers, pattern 1953 in red, and three London shape decorated lustre cups and saucers; 2.25" high cups, 5.25" diameter saucers. > Item Details
Cherry Two-Part Corner Cupboard,
Lot # 383 - Cherry Two-Part Corner Cupboard,
Virgina, ca 1800-30, with poplar and pine as secondary woods. The top has an ogee cornice moulding above a 12-lite door enclosing four shelves over a two-door lower section rising on tapered bracket feet; 82" high x 45" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
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