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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Water stained.
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Blanket Chest in Blue and Red Paint,
Lot # 47 - Blanket Chest in Blue and Red Paint,
ca 1800-1830, pine and of dovetailed construction, with moulded edge on lid and at edge of base. With original till and on bracket feet; 24" high x 46" wide x 19" deep. > Item Details
Federal Mirror with Églomisé Memorial to Washington,
<i>Gilbert</i> Cherry Regulator No. 10 with Unusual Movement,
Lot # 378 - Gilbert Cherry Regulator No. 10 with Unusual Movement,
ca 1910, with eight-day double brass weight driven time and strike brass movement marked Patent June 3, 1879/William L. Gilbert Clock co./Winsted, Conn. U.S.A., with recovered printed paper over tin dial with original seconds dial, brass bezel, in cherry case with oval side lights; includes weights,... > 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
Four English Pewter Plates, Marked <i>Nicholson</i>,
Lot # 299 - Four English Pewter Plates, Marked Nicholson,
John Nicholson (active 1690-1725), single reed, with remnants of hammered booge. Owner's muzzled bear family crest on rim; 9.75" diameter. > 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
19th-Century Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
Lot # 66 - 19th-Century Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
oil on canvasunsigned19.5" x 15.5"This portrait is likely a liberal rendition of the five dollar photograph by Gardner. > Item Details
Orchestrion Figure of Female Bandleader,
Lot # 462 - Orchestrion Figure of Female Bandleader,
Continental, 1880-1900, possibly by the Gavioli Factory. Carved and painted figure with moveable head and arms (lever mechanism is still intact), having original paint and oil gilding; 5' high. (For literature on Gavioli see Bowers 1972: 857-868.) > Item Details
Carved Pine Basket Tree,
Pair of  Sterling
Lot # 327 - Pair of Sterling "Castles" Pattern Tazzas,
American, early 20th century. Made and retailed by The Loring Andrews Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. Each marked sterling/Loring Andrews/Cincinnati U.S.A./57, center monogrammed, FWE and engraved, Florence E. Warrington, under rim; 6" high, 9 ozt. (280 g) each; 18 ozt. (560 g) total weight. > Item Details
Wax Portrait of Inigo Jones, Signed Flaxman,
Lot # 156 - Wax Portrait of Inigo Jones, Signed Flaxman,
below shoulder. English. Label on verso reads Inigo Jones. Loan No. 9. In wooden shadow box frame; 6.825" x 7.825" (frame). John Flaxman (British, 1755-1826), a noted sculptor, was enrolled at the Royal Academy in 1770, an institution he remained associated with his entire life. He began working for... > Item Details
19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
Lot # 55 - 19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
American, with greens, blue, reds, brown and pencil of fruits and foliage on paper; 9.5" x 7.5" (sight), 11.5" x 9.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
Lot # 488 - Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
American, East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1860, of glazed yellow ware covered in tan, ochre and brown. Unusual forward facing seated form with separate front legs, smooth face and long nose, and right eye closed as if winking. Base originally produced as a baking/serving dish; 11.5" high x 11" long x 8" de... > Item Details
Boston Banjo Clock,
Lot # 370 - Boston Banjo Clock,
unmarked, probably Boston, ca 1815-30, with brass time-only weight-driven movement in mahogany and pine case, with original reverse-painted central tablet with gilt floral scroll and basket; 3.8" x 10" x 30.5" high. > Item Details
Red Transfer Staffordshire Toy Tea Service,
Lot # 132 - Red Transfer Staffordshire Toy Tea Service,
21 pieces, English, late 19th century, (Rd 10674) in "May & Friends" pattern. Includes six each small plates, cups, five saucers, teapot, covered sugar, cream pitcher and slop bowl. Teapot is 5.25" high. > Item Details
Hand-Hewn Oval Bowl in Old Mustard Paint,
Lot # 409 - Hand-Hewn Oval Bowl in Old Mustard Paint,
perhaps of Southern origin, appears to be of cypress, 1812 carved in bottom with initials; 17" x 12.75". > 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
Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
Lot # 109 - Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
American or English, 19th century, possibly manufactured by Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston. Brass and bronze stepped hexagonal column and base, pear shaped font and cut and etched blown glass "Oregon" style shade with vintage motifs and 6" fitter, hung with 15 "snowflake" prisms and beads, 15.5" to t... > Item Details
French Papier Mâché Wallpaper Box,
Lot # 37 - French Papier Mâché Wallpaper Box,
ca 1800. Top depicts a soldier with basket of flowers, inside wallpaper lined; 2.5" high x 4.5" wide x 7" long. > Item Details
Stretcher Base Tavern Table,
Lot # 403 - Stretcher Base Tavern Table,
American, ca 1760-80, constructed of maple with turned legs having walnut stretchers; 28" high, x 45" wide x 26 deep. > Item Details
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