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.
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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
Vase Lamp with Sheep Herding Scene,
Lot # 494 - Vase Lamp with Sheep Herding Scene,
probably English, ca 1870, with hand-painted sunset winter sheep-herding scene possibly after Tait; 15.5" high to collar; 26.5" overall height. > Item Details
Cigar Store Indian Princess,
Lot # 456 - Cigar Store Indian Princess,
American, likely mid-Atlantic, mid- to late 19th century. Carved and painted pine; 39.25" high. (See Fried 1970) > Item Details
19th-Century Portrait of Washington at Trenton, after Faed
Lot # 63 - 19th-Century Portrait of Washington at Trenton, after Faed
Americanoil on canvasunsignedlabel on stretcher with plaque on frame bearing title and attribution to Trumbull23.5" x 17.25" > 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
Vance Faience Hound Handle Pitcher,
Lot # 443 - Vance Faience Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1898-1902, Tiltonville, Ohio, impressed Vance F. Co./3, made using earlier Bennington molds, purchased after U.S. Pottery Co. closed in 1859. Rich brown glaze shading to amber and tan, with molded grapevines and dogs chasing a stag and boar; 10.5" high, 10.75" spout to handle. > 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
Three Pieces of Leeds Creamware,
Lot # 116 - Three Pieces of Leeds Creamware,
English, 18th and 19th century. Includes a sugar bowl and lid with floral finial attributed to James and Charles Whitehead, Hanley, ca 1780, 6" high x 4.75" diameter, together with two pierced drainers, 2" high x 10.75" diameter, all unmarked. (See Walton 1976: 108, fig. 404) > 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
Lot of English Silver Pistol Handle Knives,
Lot # 184 - Lot of English Silver Pistol Handle Knives,
first quarter 19th century, hollow handles with steel blades, some with obscure London mark. Handles marked with lion passant gardant sterling standard. A few with worn TM, possibly T.W. Matthews 1808-1809. Twelve each dinner and dessert knives, 10" and 6.75" long. > Item Details
Elsmore & Forster
Lot # 296 - Elsmore & Forster "Ceres" and "Laurel Wreath" Ironstone,
six articles, English, ca 1850, various raised and printed marks. Five pieces of "Ceres" pattern decorated in yellow lustre, including a large pitcher, covered sugar bowl, sugar bowl (no lid) and two open oval vegetable dishes; AND a "Laurel Wreath" covered sugar bowl with Washington medallion. Pitc... > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate CXX <i>Pewee Flycatcher</i>
Lot # 216 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CXX Pewee Flycatcher
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 24 and upper right Plate CXXAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured ... > Item Details
Pair of Federal Decanters, Plus,
Lot # 70 - Pair of Federal Decanters, Plus,
American, ca 1780-1810, of colorless glass engraved with swags and tassels, polished pontils and pressed sunburst stoppers; 8.5" high. (See McKearin 1968, plate 42), together with three early cut glass wine glasses, possibly Pittsburgh, early 19th century, of colorless flint glass, cut diamonds and ... > Item Details
13 Books on Southern Decorative Arts,
Lot # 550 - 13 Books on Southern Decorative Arts,
an assortment of reference texts focusing on the decorative art of Virginia and Tennessee; includes Southern Furniture 1680-1830, by Hurst and Brown, and A History of the Tennessee Arts by van West.A People and Their Quilts, by John Rice Irwin, 1984.Antiques in Tennessee, reprinted from The Magazine... > Item Details
19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
Lot # 55 - 19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
American, with greens, blue, reds, brown and pencil of fruits and foliage on paper; 9.5" x 7.5" (sight), 11.5" x 9.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Rockingham Ink Standish,
Lot # 441 - Rockingham Ink Standish,
American or English, mid-19th century, in yellow ware covered in bright Rockingham glaze, with separate ink pot and double handles with acanthus leaf molding; 2.25" high x 12" long x 6" wide. > Item Details
James Hamilton (American, 1819-1878)
Lot # 205 - James Hamilton (American, 1819-1878)
Last of the Wreckoil on canvassigned l.r.24.5" x 44.75"As a marine painter, Hamilton was highly influenced by the contemporary school of English landscape painters like J.M.W. Turner and Samuel Prout. This inspiration is highly evident in his dramatic brushwork and distinctive compositions of coasta... > 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
Treen Cake Board with Saint Nicholas,
Lot # 423 - Treen Cake Board with Saint Nicholas,
probably early Continental. Article on verso indicates name of "Sinterklass"; 12.75" x 5" x 1". > Item Details
Two Oval Bentwood Shaker Boxes plus Seed Box,
Lot # 40 - Two Oval Bentwood Shaker Boxes plus Seed Box,
American, 1850-75. Pantry boxes having original surface; 5" high x 8.5" wide x 12.25" long, 4.25" high x 6.5" wide x 8.5" long. Also a box with partial paper label reading SHAKER SEED CO. D.M. Mount Lebanon, N.Y.; 4.5" high x 22" wide x 9.25" deep. > Item Details
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