Lot 13    

19th-Century Wood Milliner's Model,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
Continental, ca 1830, with jointed limbs and original paint; 13" high.

Condition:  
One leg missing wood connector.
Sold: $747.50
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Karaja Rug,
Lot # 278 - Karaja Rug,
Persia, third quarter 20th century; 3'8" x 14'5". > Item Details
Wythe County, Va., Tilt-Top Stand with Birdcage,
Lot # 102 - Wythe County, Va., Tilt-Top Stand with Birdcage,
ca 1760-1800, in butternut. One board top, baluster pedestal over arched legs, ending in snake feet; 26" high x 20" diameter. > Item Details
Diminutive Pattern-Molded Cream Pitcher,
Lot # 76 - Diminutive Pattern-Molded Cream Pitcher,
American, probably Pittsburgh, ca 1810-45, of brilliant cobalt blue blown in a 10-rib mold. Applied ear handle, tooled rim, kick-up base and rough pontil; 4" high. (See Innes 1976: color plate 5-3 for a similar example in amethyst.) > Item Details
Chippendale Slant Front Desk,
Lot # 237 - Chippendale Slant Front Desk,
American, probably Delaware Valley, ca 1770-80, in walnut with poplar secondary wood. Slant front over fitted interior, with pigeon holes over two drawers over one long drawer; 44.25" high x 42" wide x 20.5" deep. > Item Details
<i>Eli Terry</i> Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
Lot # 373 - Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
American, ca 1820, with 30-hour wooden time and strike weight-driven movement, gilt painted wooden dial with stylized florals in spandrels and original printed label. Original finish, mahogany with maple plinths and pine secondary, original feet; 31" high x 16.6" wide x 4.3" deep. > Item Details
Bennington Jardiniere,
Lot # 364 - Bennington Jardiniere,
American, ca 1847-58, in two parts. Rockingham glaze with molded acanthus sprays, unmarked. Base, 5.5" high, top 7.75" high, 12.75" overall height. (See Barret 1958: 130, plate 188-A for a similar example.) > Item Details
<i>Von Worle</i> Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
Lot # 376 - Von Worle Three-Weight Vienna Regulator Clock,
German, ca 1880-1900, with brass triple-weight driven time and strike movement, two-part enameled 7.25" diameter dial with brass bevel signed Von Worle/In Wien. The Art Nouveau mahogany case with side lights in original finish; with weights, pendulum and key; 56" high x 18" wide x 5.5" deep. > Item Details
19th-Century American Watercolor Portrait of a Girl
Lot # 19 - 19th-Century American Watercolor Portrait of a Girl
1838written in pencil on verso Wm White maker Sept 29 1838 a gift for Wm (illegible)in a gilt frame5.5" x 6.5" > Item Details
12 Cincinnati Sterling Bread Plates,
Lot # 325 - 12 Cincinnati Sterling Bread Plates,
American, first half 20th century, marked and retailed by Theodore Neuhaus & Co./ Cincinnati/Gold & Silver Smiths and marked Sterling, with raised leaf and vine edge. Each monogrammed EEM; 6" in diameter, 3.53 ozt.(110 g) each; 42.36 ozt. (1317.5 g) total weight. > Item Details
Red Transfer Staffordshire Toy Tea Service,
Lot # 132 - Red Transfer Staffordshire Toy Tea Service,
21 pieces, English, late 19th century, (Rd 10674) in "May & Friends" pattern. Includes six each small plates, cups, five saucers, teapot, covered sugar, cream pitcher and slop bowl. Teapot is 5.25" high. > Item Details
Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
Lot # 526 - Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
American, late 19th-early 20th century. Unusual walking form with brown glaze sponged on yellow unglazed clay; 5" long, 2.25" high. > Item Details
Rockingham Shaving Mug Signed <i>E & W Bennett</i>,
Lot # 445 - Rockingham Shaving Mug Signed E & W Bennett,
American, ca 1848-56, with double-sided relief Toby Philpott figure, twig-style handle and split reservoir top. Impressed mark E & W BENNETT / CANTON AVENUE / BALTIMORE MD; 4.25" high. (See Barret 1976: 97, plate 134) > 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
Early Mason County, Ky.,  Fireplace Mantel,
Lot # 233 - Early Mason County, Ky., Fireplace Mantel,
painted over poplar, column capitols with stylized tobacco leaves, second quarter 19th century; 66.5" high x 86" wide x 14" deep; opening size 43.5" high x 50.5" wide. > Item Details
After George Caleb Bingham (American, 1811-1879),
Lot # 65 - After George Caleb Bingham (American, 1811-1879),
Stump Speakingca 1856mezzotint engraving on paperengraved by Gautier30.25" x 22.5" > Item Details
American Coin Silver Ladle,
Lot # 179 - American Coin Silver Ladle,
late 18th-early 19th century, possibly Massachusetts. Double struck WM in an oblong reserve, monogrammed JPC in florid script; 13" long. 4.661 ozt. (145 g). > Item Details
Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
Lot # 410 - Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
18th century, maple; 2.75" high x 5.75" diameter x 4.25" base splayed. (See Gould 1962: 60, plate 19) > Item Details
<i>Col. Henry Gerrish</i> American Watercolor Memorial
Lot # 54 - Col. Henry Gerrish American Watercolor Memorial
dated May 18, 1806watercolor on paperunsigned12.75" x 11.25" > Item Details
Yellow Ware Lion Marked <i>BUCK</i>,
Lot # 522 - Yellow Ware Lion Marked BUCK,
American, probably Ohio, ca 1860-70. Molded recumbent form on oblong plinth with nicely tooled details, covered in dripped blue and transparent glaze, incised BUCK on front edge; 6" high x 8" long x 4" wide. (See McAllister 1997, Book II: 86, top, for a similar example.) > Item Details
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