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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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Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
Lot # 330 - Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
American, ca 1900-10, a pitcher and six beakers, leather over copper, rims and spout with Gorham trademarks and sterling, pitcher marked AY507; tumblers AY509, each mounted with a sterling shield monogrammed B; pitcher 8.5" high, tumblers 5.875" high. > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>The Trotting Gelding Frank with J.O. Nay</i>.
Lot # 505 - Currier & Ives The Trotting Gelding Frank with J.O. Nay.
His Running Mate. As They Appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. Nov. 15th. 1883. Driven by John Murphy.Americanca 1883Conningham No. 6174plate size 25.5" x 36" (sight); 29.875" x 19" (image) > Item Details
Naive Pencil Sketch <i>The Duke of Wellington's Flagship</i>
Lot # 199 - Naive Pencil Sketch The Duke of Wellington's Flagship
Americanmid-19th centurygraphite on J. Whatman 1852 rag papersigned l.l. Clesson Merriman16.5" x 12.75"Northfield, Mass., town records from 1875 show Clesson Merriman was born Nov. 28, 1838, the son of Samuel Merriman and Lois B. Field. > Item Details
Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
Lot # 78 - Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, pattern-molded in an expanded 14-diamond ogival design with tooled rim and short applied funneled base with folded rim; 2.875" high x 4.25" diameter. (See McKearin 1968: plate 31-4 and Innis 1976: 179, fig. 158 and 202, fig. 199) > Item Details
Bennington Pint Book Flask <i>Departed Spirits G</i>,
Lot # 363 - Bennington Pint Book Flask Departed Spirits G,
American, ca 1849-58. Pint example with good mold definition on "pages", beading around spout, and impressed title on spine DEPARTED SPIRITS G, covered in brown, green and ochre flint enamel with good mottling; 5.75" x 4" x 2". (See Barret 1958: 316, plate 411-top) > 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
Pair of Glove Forms Marked <i>The Daniel Hays Company</i>,
Lot # 10 - Pair of Glove Forms Marked The Daniel Hays Company,
American, in pine and with moveable thumbs, second half 19th century. Right hand 11.5" high, left hand 11" high. > Item Details
<i>LeCoultre Atmos</i> Crystal Regulator,
Lot # 381 - LeCoultre Atmos Crystal Regulator,
ca 1955, with applied gilt triangular hour marks on chapter ring, gilt brass time only perpetual, never-wind movement, marked on front LeCoultre/Switzerland/Atmos/Fifteen 15/VXN Jewels and LeCoultre/Atmos and serial number 66213 on top, in gilt brass frame, front door glass marked LeCoultre, serial ... > 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
Queen Anne Looking Glass,
Lot # 96 - Queen Anne Looking Glass,
English, mid-18th century, walnut with beveled glass; 12" x 22". > Item Details
Treenware Round Bowl,
Lot # 411 - Treenware Round Bowl,
American or English, 18th century, walnut, having splayed sides; 17.5" top diameter x 4.75" high x 13.75" base diameter. > Item Details
Folk Carving of American Indian and Bear,
Pair of Green Painted and Stenciled Fancy Side Chairs,
Lot # 384 - Pair of Green Painted and Stenciled Fancy Side Chairs,
possibly Baltimore, ca 1800-1815, caned seats. 32.75" high x 17" seat height. > Item Details
Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
Lot # 396 - Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
likely Washington County, Tenn., ca 1800-20, of mixed hardwoods, with shaped seats, bentwood arched backs, double-braced, tapered and scored spindles, faux bamboo legs and stretchers; 36" high x 16.5" seat height. (See Young 1997: 2, plate III. A similar pair sold at Brunck Auctions, June 2006, lot... > Item Details
Brass and Wirework Firescreen,
Lot # 234 - Brass and Wirework Firescreen,
American, early 19th century, brass rail over vertical wires with swag and scroll wirework decoration; 40" wide x 13.75" deep x 12.125" high. > Item Details
20th-Century Seascape by Hauer
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
Bennington Phrenological Head Inkwell,
Lot # 340 - Bennington Phrenological Head Inkwell,
American, ca 1850-59, of white graniteware. Skull marked with black, base with cobalt, weakly impressed within a cartouche on front By F. Bridges/Phrenologist, 5.5" high. (See Barret 1978: 311, plate 405) > Item Details
Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
Lot # 8 - Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
American, Three Rivers, Mich., ca 1900-20, artist; 10.75". > Item Details
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