Lot 16    

Eight Pennsylvania German Hand-Carved Animals,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th-early 20th century, of pine; consisting of two horses, camel, sheep, cow, rooster, parrot and swan; ranging in size from 3" to 4.5".

Condition:  
Cow and sheep are each missing an ear and parrot missing a beak.
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George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Lot # 315 - George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Portrait of a Gentlemansitter unknownoil on canvassigned upper left G. H. Hall21.5" x 17.875"George Henry Hall is a well-known still-life painter of the mid-19th century and a member of the prestigious National Academy of Design. > Item Details
Three Stiegel-Type Blown Flip Glasses,
Lot # 69 - Three Stiegel-Type Blown Flip Glasses,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, colorless glass, with engraved decoration around the top, two with molded panels below the decoration; rough pontils; 5.75", 6", 6.375" high x 4.5" diameter at the rim. (See McKearin 1968, plate 29-6, 7) > Item Details
Two Decorated Stoneware Ovoid Jugs,
Lot # 534 - Two Decorated Stoneware Ovoid Jugs,
American, 19th century, with pulled handles and cobalt decoration. Tulip decoration, 13.75" high; floral decoration, 13.25" high. > Item Details
Two English Wire Fireplace Fenders,
Lot # 232 - Two English Wire Fireplace Fenders,
19th century. Empire finials crown a lion's paw, wirework serpentine fender of large proportion; 18.25" high x 48" wide x 12.5" deep. Companion, simple wirework; 10" high x 31.5" wide x 14" deep. > Item Details
Two Shorebirds Signed <i>Jim Slack</i>, PLUS,
Lot # 215 - Two Shorebirds Signed Jim Slack, PLUS,
an American carved and painted shorebird, early 20th century, 15" high; signed birds, 20th century; 7" high and 11.5" high. > Item Details
Miniatures Pair on Ivory of Two Children,
Lot # 162 - Miniatures Pair on Ivory of Two Children,
probably English, 19th century, in oval ogee ebonized and brass frames; 1.75" x 2.25" (sight), 3" x 3.5" (w/frame). > 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
Surveyor's Compass Made By Joseph M. Wightman,
Lot # 229 - Surveyor's Compass Made By Joseph M. Wightman,
American, ca 1830-61, of brass with silvered dial engraved Joseph M. Wightman/Boston with fleur-di-lis at north. Two spirits levels and sights. In original fitted box lacking lid; 14.5" x 5.75" without sights. Webster's Database of Scientific Instruments indicates that Wightman worked in Boston 1830... > Item Details
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
Diminutive Pattern-Molded Cream Pitcher,
Lot # 76 - Diminutive Pattern-Molded Cream Pitcher,
American, probably Pittsburgh, ca 1810-45, of brilliant cobalt blue blown in a 10-rib mold. Applied ear handle, tooled rim, kick-up base and rough pontil; 4" high. (See Innes 1976: color plate 5-3 for a similar example in amethyst.) > Item Details
<i>John Broadwood and Son</i> Square Piano,
Lot # 260 - John Broadwood and Son Square Piano,
English, patent date 1798. Inlaid mahogany, with deal and oak secondary. Hepplewhite stand with tapered quadrangular legs and spade feet on casters. Light and dark stringing on legs and on case; 35" high x 61" wide x 21.5" deep. (See Harding 1978 for information on John Broadwood and Son) > Item Details
Rockingham Ink Standish,
Lot # 441 - Rockingham Ink Standish,
American or English, mid-19th century, in yellow ware covered in bright Rockingham glaze, with separate ink pot and double handles with acanthus leaf molding; 2.25" high x 12" long x 6" wide. > Item Details
Gorham Classical Style Sterling Coffee Service,
Lot # 336 - Gorham Classical Style Sterling Coffee Service,
four pieces, American, date cipher for 1911, retailed by A. Bergeda & Bro.. Includes coffee pot, (A2441); tea pot, (A2442); covered sugar bowl, (A2443/D138); and cream pitcher (A2444). Monogrammed. Coffee pot is 9.5" high. 62.533 ozt. (1945 g). > Item Details
Two Cased Cincinnati Brass Surveyor Levels,
Lot # 230 - Two Cased Cincinnati Brass Surveyor Levels,
last quarter 19th century. One signed Herm Pfister/Cincinnati, 10.5" x 5.75"; and an example signed L.M. Prince, 11.5" x 6.5"; both in original fitted cases with labels; together with a tripod and stadia rod. Herman Pfister (1847-1911) was located at 119 W. 5th St., Cincinnati, from 1870-1911. L.M. ... > Item Details
Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
Lot # 27 - Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
Americanca 1800unsigned34" x 26"Identified on verso, written in period script on the stretcher, Robt. Fulton. Robert Fulton (1765-1815) was an engineer and inventor given credit for the first successful steam-powered steamboat. > Item Details
N. Currier <i>Wm. Penn's Treaty with the Indians</i>
Lot # 62 - N. Currier Wm. Penn's Treaty with the Indians
Americansmall foliohand-colored, with river on the rightN. Sarony on stoneConningham #669712.5" x 8.25" (black line to black line) > Item Details
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
Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
Lot # 345 - Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
American, ca 1849-58, relief molded and covered in brown flint enamel with good mottling, unmarked; 5.5" x 4.25" (picture opening), 11.25" x 10" (outside dimensions). (See Barret 1958: 13, figure VIII-B for a similar example.) > Item Details
Hunzinger Chair,
Lot # 432 - Hunzinger Chair,
maple with wire seat. Stamped HUNZINGER PAT, APRIL 18, 1876; 16" seat height x 33" overall height. (See Dubrow 1983: 175) > Item Details
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