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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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Pennsylvania Fraktur <i>Abraham Meyer</i>,
Lot # 51 - Pennsylvania Fraktur Abraham Meyer,
Bucks County, dated 1835. A watercolor bookplate and music pages attributed to the Rockhill artist. In a modern frame; 3.625" x 6" bookplate, 15" x 10.5" (w/frame). Lot also includes the remainder of the tune book attached to verso. (For this exact watercolor see Cory 2001: 308-309, fig. 285). > Item Details
Ohio Sewer Tile Spaniel,
Lot # 525 - Ohio Sewer Tile Spaniel,
American, late 19th century, of salt glazed red clay; 10.5" high x 8" wide. > 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
Two Imari Chargers and Two Imari Fish Form Dishes,
Lot # 284 - Two Imari Chargers and Two Imari Fish Form Dishes,
all 20th century. Chargers, 13" and 14.5" diameter; dishes, Japanese, 11" long. > Item Details
Group of Watercolors on 1852 Atlas Pages,
Lot # 504 - Group of Watercolors on 1852 Atlas Pages,
19th century, signed R.D. Jacobs. Very folky rendition of bird on tree, two horses (one signed), and two theorems (one signed); 11.625" x 9.625". > 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
Cobalt Pattern Molded Pitcher,
Lot # 77 - Cobalt Pattern Molded Pitcher,
American, probably Pittsburgh, 1815-40, of brilliant cobalt blue blown in a 12-rib mold, with applied ear handle, kick-up base and rough pontil; 5" high. (See Innes 1976: 183, plate 163-2 for a similar example.) > Item Details
Reed & Barton Claret Frame and Bottles,
Lot # 83 - Reed & Barton Claret Frame and Bottles,
American and English, 19th century, marked Made and Plated by Reed & Barton, with vintage motifs, holding three bottles of colorless flint glass with honeycomb cutting around the neck, engraved floral decoration around the shoulder, evenly spaced roundels around the body, and star cutting in the bas... > Item Details
English Queen Anne Long Case Clock,
Lot # 366 - English Queen Anne Long Case Clock,
ca 1700-20, in oak, by Simon Thorne of Tiverton, Devonshire. Brass face with roman numerals and applied brass decoration and spandrels. Movement is a lantern-type with one hand; 76" high x 15.5" wide x 10" deep. > 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
Federal Mirror with Églomisé Memorial to Washington,
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
Folk Art Painting of a Young Boy with His Dog
Lot # 22 - Folk Art Painting of a Young Boy with His Dog
Americanca 1840s-50soil on canvasunsignedin original gilt period frame30" x 25" > Item Details
Pair of Prior-Hamblen School Portraits
Lot # 28 - Pair of Prior-Hamblen School Portraits
Americanca 1845oil on paperboardunsigned but possibly the work of William Kennedyin period, possibly original, mahogany frameseach 14" x 10" > Item Details
Three Silverplated Salvers,
Lot # 190 - Three Silverplated Salvers,
English and American, 19th and 20th century, various makers, all engraved or stamped with foliate scrolls and raised on three feet. Largest marked with chalice for Ellis-Barker; 12", 10" and 9", all about 1.5" 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
18th-Century Painted Dome Top Box,
Lot # 43 - 18th-Century Painted Dome Top Box,
English or Continental, of oak with dovetailed construction and forged iron hardware, in blue paint with later decoration of crosses at each end and T.O.S./School and the date 1829; 10" high x 17.5" long x 11" deep. > Item Details
Double-Arm Argand Lamp by <i>B. GARDINER</i>,
Lot # 113 - Double-Arm Argand Lamp by B. GARDINER,
American, ca 1840-60, labeled on burners B. Gardiner/New York, of gilt brass and bronze with cut and etched blown glass shades with vintage motifs; 11.5" high to top of burner, 290.5" to top of font; 16" overall spread. > Item Details
Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 239 - Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
English or American, ca 1800-20, with pine secondary wood; 45" high x 44.75" wide x 20.75" deep. > Item Details
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