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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.

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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
Assembled Group of Early English Teawares,
Lot # 118 - Assembled Group of Early English Teawares,
18 articles, British, first half 19th century. Includes six bone china floral decorated footed cups and saucers, pattern 1953 in red, and three London shape decorated lustre cups and saucers; 2.25" high cups, 5.25" diameter saucers. > Item Details
Two Pieces Decorated <i>Whites Utica</i> Stoneware,
Lot # 539 - Two Pieces Decorated Whites Utica Stoneware,
American, includes one incised 3 gallon ovoid crock, 11.25" high; one incised 2 gallon jug, 14.5" high. > Item Details
Assembled Group of
Lot # 82 - Assembled Group of "Excelsior" Flint Glass,
lot of 13, American, 19th century, of flint and non-flint colorless glass. Includes four footed tumblers, a goblet, two wine glasses, one cream pitcher, three open sugar bowls (two "Excelsior Plus"), one covered sugar and an open compote. Covered sugar is 10" high, compote is 7.5" high x 8.5" diamet... > Item Details
19th-Century Oil Painting of a Naval Officer
Lot # 197 - 19th-Century Oil Painting of a Naval Officer
likely Commodore John Rodgers (1771-1838)Americanoil on canvasunsigned29.5" x 23.5" Commodore John Rodgers was an American naval officer who served during the War of 1812. > 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
Pair of Meeks
Lot # 436 - Pair of Meeks "Stanton Hall" Side Chairs,
American, mid-19th century in rosewood; 17" seat height x 39" overall height. (See Dubrow 1983: 100) > Item Details
Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
Lot # 112 - Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
American or English, late 19th century, tapered footed brass column with pear-shaped font and duplex burner marked E.M. & Co./Duplex, later shade ring with spider supporting a cut and etched blown glass shade with vining and floral motifs and 10" fitter, hung with 20 8.5" spear-point prisms and bea... > Item Details
Redware Seated Spaniel Penny Bank,
Lot # 516 - Redware Seated Spaniel Penny Bank,
American, probably Pennsylvania or Ohio, ca 1860. Owl-eyed dog with molded fur covered in pale orange glaze with manganese sponged details; 5.25" high. > Item Details
Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
Lot # 108 - Second Period Sinumbra Lamp,
American, late 19th century, with double stepped marble plinth supporting a reeded brass standard. Brass kerosene font with three feeder tubes and cut and etched blown glass shade with floral and grape motifs and 10" fitter. Shade ring hung with 27 faceted pendants and beads, 21.25" high to the shad... > Item Details
Karaja Rug,
Lot # 278 - Karaja Rug,
Persia, third quarter 20th century; 3'8" x 14'5". > Item Details
Boston Banjo Clock,
Lot # 370 - Boston Banjo Clock,
unmarked, probably Boston, ca 1815-30, with brass time-only weight-driven movement in mahogany and pine case, with original reverse-painted central tablet with gilt floral scroll and basket; 3.8" x 10" x 30.5" high. > Item Details
American Chippendale Six-Drawer Tall Chest,
Lot # 135 - American Chippendale Six-Drawer Tall Chest,
probably Pennsylvania or Delaware, 18th century, in walnut with pine secondary wood, having a moulded cornice, six graduated, overlapped drawers, all over spurred bracket feet; 54" high x 39" wide x 21.5" deep. > Item Details
Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
Lot # 502 - Naive Watercolor of a Hunting Spaniel,
American, first quarter 20th century, on wove paper, depicting a wavy-coated hunting spaniel in a wooded setting, signed Stone '08, in a parquetry frame with gold fillet liner; 14.5" x 12.5" (sight), 17" x 15" (w/frame). > Item Details
Shirvan Rug,
Lot # 507 - Shirvan Rug,
Egypt, late 20th century; 3'11" x 5'5". > Item Details
Pair of Prior-Hamblen School Portraits
Lot # 150 - Pair of Prior-Hamblen School Portraits
Americanca 1840soil on paperboardunsigned in likely original period mahogany frames14.5" x 10" > Item Details
Rockingham Dog Handle Presentation Ale Pitcher,
Lot # 449 - Rockingham Dog Handle Presentation Ale Pitcher,
American, ca 1840-50, of Rockingham glazed redware, likely made by the American Pottery Co., Jersey City, N.J., with JOHN DE MOLITOR in raised 1" white glazed letters on the shoulder, relief molded leafy hops around the rim, and the sides depicting a boar and stag hunt, unmarked; 8.875" high to rim,... > Item Details
Rare Scroddled Ware Bennington Book Flask,
Lot # 362 - Rare Scroddled Ware Bennington Book Flask,
American, ca 1847-49. Pint example in cream, green and gray, with faint beading around spout and star on spine. Fenton Works mark "E" on edge, 5.5" x 4.5" x 2". (See Barrett 1976: 315, plate 410, for a similar example.) > Item Details
Scottish Sampler, Dated <i>1790</i>,
Lot # 141 - Scottish Sampler, Dated 1790,
wool and silk on linen. Set in an old mahogany frame with string inlay; framer's paper label on verso reads: Ailken Dottson, May 1842, Edinburgh; 12" x 17.5" (sight), 14.5" x 19.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Monumental Rockingham Cooler,
Lot # 450 - Monumental Rockingham Cooler,
American, probably Ohio and possibly Cincinnati, ca 1850-80. Rare form with dolphin handles covered in brilliant brown and green runny glaze; 22.75" x 20" handle to handle x 10" deep. (See McAllister 2003, Book III: 18, top, for a similar example.) > Item Details
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