Lot 17    

Folk Art Watercolor and Ink Portrait,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
ca 1840s, depicting an African American girl holding a basket. Inscribed: Adelia, painted by Sister Devola Daughters of the Finches. Monday morning. Went to school. Westport, Mass. In a period frame; 7.5" x 5.5" (sight), 10.75" x 9" (w/frame).

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Two-Handled Ovoid Stoneware Jar,
Lot # 529 - Two-Handled Ovoid Stoneware Jar,
American, ca 1820. Strap handles and marked 6 gallons, interior covered in a brick red glaze; 16" high. > Item Details
Rare Hound Handle Stoneware Toby Pitcher,
Lot # 527 - Rare Hound Handle Stoneware Toby Pitcher,
American, ca 1840-1850, attributed to the American Pottery Co., Jersey City, New Jersey. Salt glazed stoneware body with cobalt accents and putty colored glaze on the interior, the rim and pouring spout shaped like a tricorn hat; 5.75" high x 5.5" spout to handle. > Item Details
<i>Sarah Ann Huff 1831</i>, New Jersey Sampler,
Lot # 145 - Sarah Ann Huff 1831, New Jersey Sampler,
wool on linen. Sarah worked her sampler at aged 14; it is composed of religious verse and strings of alphabet and numbers, all surrounded by a strawberry vine border. Set in a period maple frame; 17.5" x 20.5" (sight), 19.5" x 22.5" (w/frame). Genealogical research reveals Sarah was born in New Jers... > Item Details
<i>1848</i> Indiana Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 267 - 1848 Indiana Jacquard Coverlet,
American. Constructed of blue wool and natural cotton. The weaver was Cockfair Mills having the trademark corner block and date; 75" x 90". > Item Details
Pennsylvania Dish-Top Tea Table,
Lot # 104 - Pennsylvania Dish-Top Tea Table,
ca 1760-80, with a moulded top edge around beautifully figured mahogany with an old dry surface, on a columnar pedestal supported by extended claw and ball feet; 34.5" diameter x 29.875" high. > Item Details
<i>Junghans</i> Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 377 - Junghans Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
German, ca 1880-1900, with brass triple-weight driven time and double hammer strike, eight-day movement marked Jungans/J in eight-pointed star. Mahogany finished case; includes matching embossed brass can type weights, and key; 46" high x 17" wide x 7" deep. > Item Details
Sereb  Runner,
Lot # 277 - Sereb Runner,
Persia, first quarter, 20th century; 10'4" x 25.5'. > Item Details
Solar Lamp Attributed to Henry N. Hooper & Co.,
Lot # 110 - Solar Lamp Attributed to Henry N. Hooper & Co.,
American, ca 1850, of gilt lacquered brass and bronze, with reeded standard raised on a square marble plinth, cut and etched bulbous "Oregon" style shade with vine and berry motifs and 6" fitter resting on a pear shaped font. Later spider/shade ring hung with 14 "snowflake" prisms and faceted beads,... > Item Details
19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
Lot # 454 - 19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
ink on paperDesigned and Flourished by J.L. Hunsicher at Loers Normal Art Training School, Lebanon, O.27.5" x 20.75" > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII <i>White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch</i>
Lot # 220 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 31 and upper right Plate CLIIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured... > Item Details
Three Pairs of Brass Push-Up Candlesticks,
Audubon Imperial Quadrupeds Plate CXI <i>Musk Ox</i>
Lot # 227 - Audubon Imperial Quadrupeds Plate CXI Musk Ox
from John James Audubon's "Imperial" folio edition of The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North Americaproduced by stone lithography with watercolor paint applied by hand on good quality unwatermarked paperplate depicts two musk ox bulls in their natural Arctic habitatmarked upper left No. 23 and upper rig... > Item Details
<i>U.S.S. Gen. J.C. Breckenridge</i> WWII Diorama,
Lot # 204 - U.S.S. Gen. J.C. Breckenridge WWII Diorama,
ca 1940-60; its first operational voyage was to France in 1945; it was inactivated in 1966; 11.5" high x 24" wide x 3" deep. > Item Details
Davenport Gaudy Pitcher and Basin,
Lot # 131 - Davenport Gaudy Pitcher and Basin,
English, early 19th century, "Columbine" pattern painted in polychrome enamels. Marks include 105, 1005, impressed anchor and Davenport and painter's tally marks; pitcher 10", bowl 4.5" high x 12" diameter. > Item Details
Marked Bennington Pint Book Flask,
Lot # 361 - Marked Bennington Pint Book Flask,
American, ca 1849-58. Pint example with unusual extended spout, good molded "page" definition and impressed small round 1849 mark "C" on top, covered in brilliant green, ochre and tan flint enamel with good mottling; 5.875" x 4" x 2". (See Barret 1958: 316, plate 411-top) > Item Details
George Loring Brown (American, 1814-1889)
Lot # 310 - George Loring Brown (American, 1814-1889)
Lake Lucerne, Switzerlandoil on canvassigned l.r. centerinscribed on canvas verso view of the Rigi Colini at Winkelo/ Lake of Lucerne (Switz)/ Geo. L. Brown/ 186447.5" x 29.25" > Item Details
Pair of Diamond Point Decanters and Compote,
Lot # 81 - Pair of Diamond Point Decanters and Compote,
American, probably New England Glass Co., mid-19th century, diamond point with correct stoppers, scalloped feet and polished bases; 12" overall height, together with an open compote, 8" high x 8.25" diameter. > Item Details
Diamond Quilt Mother-of-Pearl Miniature Lamp,
Lot # 94 - Diamond Quilt Mother-of-Pearl Miniature Lamp,
probably English, second half 19th century, cased blue shading to white, with original shade. Period, possibly original burner; outside diameter of shade fitter is 3.75"; 5.5" to top of collar, 12" overall height. > Item Details
Folky Carved Pedestal with Guns and Swords,
Lot # 3 - Folky Carved Pedestal with Guns and Swords,
American, early 20th century; three upright guns for legs and three swords as braces, all in old original black paint; 17.75" high. > Item Details
Mocha Creamer and Pepper Pot,
Lot # 524 - Mocha Creamer and Pepper Pot,
English and American, possibly East Liverpool, Ohio. A slip banded pepper pot, 4.25" high; together with a yellow ware cream jug with green dendritic decoration, 4" high. > Item Details
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