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).

Condition:  
Water stained.
Sold: $2,415.00
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Phrenology Head Marked <i>R.F. Freda</i>,
Lot # 341 - Phrenology Head Marked R.F. Freda,
English, second half 19th century, of white earthenware, marked inside mold Chapman. Skull marked in black, base marked Phrenology/by/R.F. Freda. Sides marked R.F. Freda/London and Entered at Stationers Hall. Back with statement of purpose by R.F. Freda; 11.375" high x 5.5" x 4.25". > Item Details
Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
Lot # 171 - Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
American or English; first a gentleman in round surround ebonized period frame, 4" x 4.75", signed Field _ Sirand. Second a lady in rectangular surround ebonized frame, 5.5" x 6.25". Third a lady, signature and watermark illegible, 3.5" x 4.5" (sight), with red wash frame, 6" x 7". Fourth a gentlema... > Item Details
Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
Lot # 502 - Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
American, first quarter 20th century, on wove paper, depicting a wavy-coated hunting spaniel in a wooded setting, signed Stone '08, in a parquetry frame with gold fillet liner; 14.5" x 12.5" (sight), 17" x 15" (w/frame). > Item Details
Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
Lot # 417 - Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
probably Continental, dated 1854. Old green paint and signed with owner's name; 27.5" long. > Item Details
Pair of Moore Tiffany Sterling Candlesticks,
Lot # 334 - Pair of Moore Tiffany Sterling Candlesticks,
American, ca 1906, by Tiffany & Co. Marked "Tiffany & Co/Makers/Sterling Silver/.925 -1000 M Numbers 16752/2926/cement filled. Columnar form with flared base and removable socket. Candlesticks are weighted; 5.5" high. 12.378 ozt. (385 g) gross weight. > Item Details
13 Books on Southern Decorative Arts,
Lot # 550 - 13 Books on Southern Decorative Arts,
an assortment of reference texts focusing on the decorative art of Virginia and Tennessee; includes Southern Furniture 1680-1830, by Hurst and Brown, and A History of the Tennessee Arts by van West.A People and Their Quilts, by John Rice Irwin, 1984.Antiques in Tennessee, reprinted from The Magazine... > Item Details
Scottish Sampler, Dated <i>1790</i>,
Lot # 141 - Scottish Sampler, Dated 1790,
wool and silk on linen. Set in an old mahogany frame with string inlay; framer's paper label on verso reads: Ailken Dottson, May 1842, Edinburgh; 12" x 17.5" (sight), 14.5" x 19.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
New Orleans Coin Silver Goblet,
Lot # 194 - New Orleans Coin Silver Goblet,
American, ca 1852-61, in the rococo style. Marked J. Rafel over New Orleans in a crescent; 6.5" high x 3.5" diameter at the rim. 5.304 ozt. (165 g). Joseph Rafel was born in Germany in 1810, worked in New York and Cincinnati and came to New Orleans as an itinerant before moving his business there. A... > Item Details
American Sheraton Two-Drawer Sewing Table,
Lot # 262 - American Sheraton Two-Drawer Sewing Table,
early 19th century, mahogany,with poplar secondary, rectangular top flanked by reeded stiles and legs terminating in cupped brass castors. 30.125" high x 22.375" wide x 17.125" deep. > Item Details
Three Copper Lustre Jugs, PLUS,
Lot # 294 - Three Copper Lustre Jugs, PLUS,
four articles, English, early 19th century. Includes two gaudy-decorated lustre jugs, both with hand-painted floral decorations, each 5.5" high, a large jug with marble decoration, 8" high, and a black transfer printed Durham Castle waste bowl marked Davenport, 3" high x 5.5" diameter. > 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
Carved Pine Basket Tree,
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
Two Canongate Scottish Sauce Ladles,
Lot # 180 - Two Canongate Scottish Sauce Ladles,
ca 1790-1800, maker unknown. Marked with stag's head, anchor, IP maker's mark and another unidentified punch, 6" long. 1.607 ozt. (50 g). > 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
Kula Area Rug,
Lot # 276 - Kula Area Rug,
Turkey, contemporary; 9'5" long x 2'10" wide. > Item Details
Mortar and Pestle in Red Paint,
Lot # 414 - Mortar and Pestle in Red Paint,
American, late 19th century, turned maple with two incised medial rings, retaining original pestle; 13.5" overall height. > Item Details
John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
Lot # 60 - John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
large folio, partially printed, and signed boldly by Sevier as governor, April 22, 1808, awarding lands to George W. Campbell in Maury County. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 15" (sight), 29" x 18.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
<i>Von Worle</i> Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 376 - Von Worle Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
German, ca 1880-1900, with brass triple-weight driven time and strike movement, two-part enameled 7.25" diameter dial with brass bevel signed Von Worle/In Wien. The Art Nouveau mahogany case with side lights in original finish; with weights, pendulum and key; 56" high x 18" wide x 5.5" deep. > Item Details
Rockingham
Lot # 439 - Rockingham "Recumbent Sultan" Inkwell,
probably English, late 19th century, in yellow ware modelled as a pasha on a dais with hand raised as if smoking, covered in a good green, brown and ochre glaze; 4.75" high x 7" long x 2.5" deep. > Item Details
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