Lot 15    

Poodle Folk Carving Attributed to Aaron Mountz,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
Pennsylvania German carver (American, 1873-1949). Pennsylvania, ca 1930; 4.5" long x 3" wide.
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Tennesseeca 1835oil on canvasunsigned26.75" x 23.5"David Shaver, Esq., built a log home in 1808 on his 300-acre plantation in Kingsport, Tenn., later the residence of Samuel B. Stuffle. Shaver's brother, Michael, was a Tennessee silversmith and his son, Samuel, was a portrait painter. > Item Details
LaFayette and Cornwallis Copper Lustre Pitcher,
Lot # 291 - LaFayette and Cornwallis Copper Lustre Pitcher,
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20th-Century Seascape by Hauer
Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
Lot # 250 - Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
possibly Greene or Washington County, Tenn., 1800-10, mahogany, a transitional form with a scroll-cut frame on poplar secondary, having rope inlay on the crossbanded perimeter of the frame and an inlaid compass star on the crown; 42" high x 24.75" wide. (For similar examples of Tennessee looking gla... > Item Details
Early Pittsburgh Blown Candlestick,
Lot # 72 - Early Pittsburgh Blown Candlestick,
American, ca 1810-25, free blown of lead glass, with tapered hollow shaft joined to stem and base by wafers and knops ending in a flat circular foot with rough pontil, retains pewter insert, 9.5" high. > Item Details
18 Books on American Decorative Arts & Antiques,
Lot # 551 - 18 Books on American Decorative Arts & Antiques,
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19th-Century Folky Pencil Drawing, <i>Tomb of Harrison</i>
Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
Lot # 346 - Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
American, ca 1849-58, relief molded and covered in grey flint enamel with good mottling, unmarked; 5.375" x 4.375" (picture opening), 11" x 9.75" (outside dimensions). (See Barret 1958: 13, figure VIII-B for a similar example.) > Item Details
Slip-Decorated Ovoid Jug, Westerwald,
Lot # 538 - Slip-Decorated Ovoid Jug, Westerwald,
German, with foliage and flower, incised neck with banding; 13.5" high. > Item Details
Meshed Rug,
Lot # 511 - Meshed Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 8'7" x 12'4". > Item Details
Continental Miniature on Ivory of a Gentleman,
Lot # 159 - Continental Miniature on Ivory of a Gentleman,
late 17th-early 18th century, half-length portrait of sitter. Photo of gentleman inside with artist or sitter name, dated Nov. 27, 1699, and year 1728; 3.75" x 2.5" (sight), mounted in 20th century brass frame, 4.25" x 3.5". > Item Details
Regency Mahogany Wall Clock,
Lot # 258 - Regency Mahogany Wall Clock,
ca 1810, with unmarked brass fusee driven movement and 14" diameter silvered dial engraved, Tho.s Mudge/Willm. Dutton/ London. As the clock is certainly ca 1800-10, this cannot be correct, as Mudge died in the 1790's, the engraving was added later, likely in England to an anonymous period clock. The... > Item Details
Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
Lot # 123 - Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
lot of nine, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes a "Single Rose" Gaudy Dutch waste bowl, four gaudy cream pitchers, two bowls, a bat printed milk jug and a vase, all unmarked. Waste bowl is 3" high x 6.25" diameter; largest jug is 4.75" high. > Item Details
George Loring Brown (American, 1814-1889)
Lot # 310 - George Loring Brown (American, 1814-1889)
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George II Marriage Cup by William Sampel,
Lot # 176 - George II Marriage Cup by William Sampel,
English, marked with sterling standard, London 1764 with W.S for William Sampel. Owner's initials B/WE on handle; 5" high x 7" handle to handle. 11.252 ozt. (350 g). > Item Details
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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
Melodeon in Rosewood,
Lot # 437 - Melodeon in Rosewood,
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American, ca 1800-20. Top having a cornice molding over two doors, each consisting of two inset panels with molding, also each side has an inset panel with molding. all supported by Hepplewhite feet. Interior with six fixed center shelves flanked by open space for hanging items. All in a vibrant re... > Item Details
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