Lot 12    

Nantucket Sailor Whirligig, Attributed to Charles Ray,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century. A carved figure having an old green wash over the original paint. The paddles are missing with remnants of just the ends in his hands; 15.5" high.

Condition:  
Loss to the shoes.
Sold: $345.00
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12 Sterling
Lot # 326 - 12 Sterling "Castles" Pattern Service Dinner Plates,
American, ca 1925, marked and retailed by The Loring Andrews Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio, marked sterling and each engraved on bottom, Helen Andrews/1925, 11" in diameter. 18.64 ozt.(580 g) each, 198.04 ozt. (6160 g) total weight. > Item Details
T.C. Lindsay (Cincinnati, 1838-1907)
Lot # 500 - T.C. Lindsay (Cincinnati, 1838-1907)
Landscape with Sheepoil on canvassigned l.l.49" x 29.75"Lindsay studied in Dusseldorf, Germany, in the 1860s, but lived and worked most of his life in his native city. He was one of the founding members of the Cincinnati Art Club. > Item Details
Portrait of David Shaver, by  Samuel Shaver
Lot # 146 - Portrait of David Shaver, by Samuel Shaver
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
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
Pair of Blown Federal Decanters,
Lot # 71 - Pair of Blown Federal Decanters,
American, ca 1780-1810, taper shaped of colorless glass with cut flutes around the neck and base, medial band engraved with swags and tassels; ground and polished pontils and faceted flat stoppers; 8.25" high. Sell with later sterling labels, SHERRY and MADIERA. (See McKearin 1968, plate 42) > Item Details
Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 428 - Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
ca 1830-40, with chestnut and mixed secondary woods. Two over five graduated drawers; the bottom three are flanked by half turned columns; 45" high x 40" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Lot # 48 - Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Berks County, dated 1787 along with owner's name CATDARINA (last name is illegible). Made of pine, the body is all joined by dovetailing and has an applied moulding around the front and sides of the base. On the underside are the original attached runners. The front and sides are decorated with tabl... > Item Details
Red Paint -Decorated  Chest,
Lot # 46 - Red Paint -Decorated Chest,
American, ca 1820-50. A latticework design, iron handles and constructed with nails; 20" high x 38" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
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
Scrubbed-Top Tavern Table,
Lot # 399 - Scrubbed-Top Tavern Table,
American, ca 1740-60. Constructed of maple having a beaded apron and legs ending in button feet. Base with old brown paint; 25" high x 32" wide x 22.5" deep. > Item Details
George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
Lot # 152 - George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
11 satirical etchingspublished by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarketfrom series produced in 1835each full sheet sizes 15.75" x 10.75" > Item Details
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
Group of Assembled Early Teawares,
Lot # 120 - Group of Assembled Early Teawares,
English, early to mid-19th century. Includes a toy canary cup (Ex Garth's) impressed Sewell (1804-1828), 1.5" high and 4" saucer with designs after Adam Buck, a Minton First Period cann with Sevres-type mark and 539, an 1817 commemorative cann to Queen Charlotte, 2.5" high; two blue and white Chines... > Item Details
Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
Lot # 109 - Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
American or English, 19th century, possibly manufactured by Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston. Brass and bronze stepped hexagonal column and base, pear shaped font and cut and etched blown glass "Oregon" style shade with vintage motifs and 6" fitter, hung with 15 "snowflake" prisms and beads, 15.5" to t... > Item Details
Two Splint Baskets,
Lot # 407 - Two Splint Baskets,
American, ca 1900. The smaller basket sits atop the rim of the larger basket and likely made to be used together; 8" high (smaller basket), 21" high x 17" diameter (larger basket). > Item Details
Four-Colored Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 268 - Four-Colored Jacquard Coverlet,
American, ca 1830s-40s. Purportedly woven by a family member in Ohio, includes family provenance. Colors include brick red, indigo blue, green and natural; 77" x 93" (without fringe). > Item Details
Free-Blown Footed Punch Bowl with Cover,
Lot # 80 - Free-Blown Footed Punch Bowl with Cover,
American, first half 19th century, of colorless lead glass, cover with applied sheared finial, baluster stem, heavy foot with polished pontil; 8.5" high to rim, 10" diameter, 13.75" overall. > Item Details
Life Portrait of President Buchanan by William McMaster (1823-1889)
Lot # 68 - Life Portrait of President Buchanan by William McMaster (1823-1889)
New Yorkca mid 1850soil on canvasunsignedin original gilt and gesso frame 36" x 29.25"Versions of this portrait by McMaster reside at Wheatland, Buchanan's estate in Lancaster, Pa., as well as at the White House. This portrait was one of at least two versions purportedly taken from life during the ... > Item Details
<i>Seth Thomas</i> Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
Lot # 372 - Seth Thomas Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
American, ca 1820, with 30-hour wooden weight-driven time and strike movement, painted wood dial with double bee scapes/hives inside chapter ring, gilt floral scroll in spandrels, with original label Seth Thomas, Plymouth Connecticut; lower door tablet with worn reverse painting; includes key, pend... > Item Details
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