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Folk Carving of American Indian and Bear,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century; 14" wide x 13" high.
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Paint Decorated Hepplewhite Washstand,
Lot # 385 - Paint Decorated Hepplewhite Washstand,
American, ca 1800, in pine, having a backsplash with small corner shelves, medial shelf with full width drawer below; all supported by tapered legs. In likely original yellow paint with ochre and black striping; 35.5" overall height x 16.75" wide x 14.5" deep. > Item Details
Knabe Nine-Foot Concert Grand Piano,
Lot # 438 - Knabe Nine-Foot Concert Grand Piano,
with an ebonized finish, serial number 82477 denoting a date of 1917, and with an addition of a pianocorder player mechanism and adjustable stool. Piano is 40" high x 61.5" wide x 106" long. > Item Details
After Raeburn (Scotland, 1756-1823)
Lot # 318 - After Raeburn (Scotland, 1756-1823)
Portrait of Miss Bessie Croxdaleearly 19th or late 18th centuryoil on canvasunsigned17" x 14.5" > Item Details
Pair of Outstanding Egyptian Revival Candelabra,
Lot # 319 - Pair of Outstanding Egyptian Revival Candelabra,
American, ca 1862-77, in silverplate, manufactured by Rogers, Smith & Co., New Haven, Conn., the standards modelled as full-bodied male Egyptians in royal attire, each holding a staff ending in a single bobeche, with four cast foliate arms ending in candle holders, all decorated with lion's ... > Item Details
Sioux Indian-Made
Lot # 479 - Sioux Indian-Made "Indian Heads" Quilt,
American, ca 1950-60. Colors of blue, pink, white, and orange; 68" x 84". > 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
Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
Lot # 540 - Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
19th century, incised 3 gallon jug, marked Ottman Fort Edward with foliage design, 12.5" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked WM.E. Warner Manufactory West Troy with foliage design, 15" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked J. Burger Jr. Rochester N.Y. foliage and flower design, 12.75" high. > Item Details
Four Paint Decorated Folk Art Domed Boxes,
Lot # 42 - Four Paint Decorated Folk Art Domed Boxes,
Continental, 19th century. Varying sizes from a large of 4.325" high x 7.5" wide x 4.25 deep to a small of 2" high x 3.625" wide x 1.5" deep. > Item Details
Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
Lot # 212 - Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
early 20th century. Both have removable heads and sets of holes in the bottoms (for stakes); 26.5" long x 15" high, 22" long x 11.5" high (sleeping). > 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
Oval Bentwood Box with Painted Decoration,
Lot # 38 - Oval Bentwood Box with Painted Decoration,
probably New England, ca 1820-40, pine and maple with square tacks; having red and green floral decoration on the top and underside of lid; 6" long x 4.5" wide. (See Little 1980: color plate 22, right example.) > Item Details
General Jackson Copper Lustre Pitcher,
Lot # 292 - General Jackson Copper Lustre Pitcher,
English, early 19th century, by Enoch Wood and Sons. Black transfer with a broad blue band and copper lustre depicting General Jackson The Hero of New Orleans, 6.75" high. (See Arman and Arman 1998, Part I: 112-J.4) > Item Details
Diminutive Storage Chest with Chip-Carved Panels,
Lot # 430 - Diminutive Storage Chest with Chip-Carved Panels,
possibly Fairfield County, Ohio, ca 1840-60, of walnut and pine, having pinned panel construction, applied ebonized split spindles and mouldings; 15" high x 22.375" wide x 11.75" deep. > 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
Melodeon in Rosewood,
Lot # 437 - Melodeon in Rosewood,
probably English, ca 1860, with beaded decoration, shaped stretcher and lyre-shaped trestle ends; 29" high x 37" wide x 18.5" deep. > 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
Rare Southern Five Gallon Stoneware Churn,
Lot # 531 - Rare Southern Five Gallon Stoneware Churn,
American, ca 1890-1920. Olive green alkaline glaze inside and out, with two pulled vertical strap handles on one side and a horizontal handle opposite. Probably Boggs Pottery Randolph Co., Ala.; 18.25" high, 7.5" diameter. (See Greer 1981: 94) > Item Details
East India Co. Silver Presentation Beaker,
Lot # 198 - East India Co. Silver Presentation Beaker,
first quarter 19th century, marked with sterling standard, monarch's duty stamp, and RF, possibly a Calcutta goldsmith. Engraved with depiction of the Bombay Castle and DAVID RIDGEWAY/This is A Present Made to you. By the BOMBAY CASTLE Ship's Crew, 3.375" x 3" diameter. The Bombay Castle on this bea... > Item Details
<i>Elizabeth Summers 1808</i> Adam and Eve Sampler,
Lot # 142 - Elizabeth Summers 1808 Adam and Eve Sampler,
American or English, silk on linen; having bird and floral motifs. In a period ogee frame; 13.5" x 14" (sight), 16.75" x 17" (w/frame). > 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
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