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.

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One leg missing wood connector.
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Hand-Hewn Oval Bowl in Old Mustard Paint,
Lot # 409 - Hand-Hewn Oval Bowl in Old Mustard Paint,
perhaps of Southern origin, appears to be of cypress, 1812 carved in bottom with initials; 17" x 12.75". > Item Details
19th-Century Red and White Painted Barber Pole,
Lot # 2 - 19th-Century Red and White Painted Barber Pole,
American, found in Greenwich, Conn.; retains an old weathered surface, and an iron support bracket is bolted in the center; 38" long. > Item Details
Dark Blue Staffordshire
Lot # 125 - Dark Blue Staffordshire "Fruit & Flowers" Compote,
English, ca 1825, by Hicks, Meigh & Co., Stubbs and Kent and others, unmarked; 4.5" high x 11" diameter. (See Coysh and Henrywood 1999, Vol. 1: 149; Laidacker 1951: 81) > Item Details
Seth Thomas <i>Fashion No. 4</i> Model Calendar Clock,
Lot # 371 - Seth Thomas Fashion No. 4 Model Calendar Clock,
1880, eight-day time, strike, day of the week and month spring-driven brass movement with 7.5" white on black printed dials, and Pat. Dec. 28, 1875, with seconds dial above center, lower dial with Southern Calendar/Clock Co./St. Louis, Mo./Patented March 18, 1879; arch top door with original gilt ta... > Item Details
Audubon Imperial Quadrupeds Plate CXI <i>Musk Ox</i>
Lot # 227 - Audubon Imperial Quadrupeds Plate CXI Musk Ox
from John James Audubon's "Imperial" folio edition of The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North Americaproduced by stone lithography with watercolor paint applied by hand on good quality unwatermarked paperplate depicts two musk ox bulls in their natural Arctic habitatmarked upper left No. 23 and upper rig... > Item Details
Davidson County, Tenn., Settee,
Lot # 397 - Davidson County, Tenn., Settee,
ca 1835-45, of mixed woods, with shaped crestrail over medial splat, turned spindles and shaped arms; 17" seat height x 70" long x 20" deep. (For related piece, see Harsh and Williams 1988: 259, fig. 365) > Item Details
Two Cat Pipsqueak Toys,
Lot # 485 - Two Cat Pipsqueak Toys,
ca 1840-1900. A tiger cat with kitten, 3.75" high x 3.5" long x 0.75" deep; and a seated cat with collar and bell, 5.75" high x 2.75" long x 1.5" deep. > Item Details
Two Folk Art Carved Serpent Canes,
Diminutive Empire Four-Drawer Chest,
Lot # 429 - Diminutive Empire Four-Drawer Chest,
possibly Ohio, ca 1830-50, cherry with poplar secondary wood, with top overhanging drawer over three graduated drawers, all with incised beading, and flanked by applied split twist spindles; 29.5" high x 21.25" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
Game Board in Salmon and Black Paint,
Lot # 419 - Game Board in Salmon and Black Paint,
American, late 19th-early 20th century. Divided at each end for game pieces; 29" x 19". > 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
Map of the United States, published by Laurie & Whittle, 1794,
Lot # 57 - Map of the United States, published by Laurie & Whittle, 1794,
English version, hand-colored; one of the first maps to reflect post-Revolutionary war details and accurately map the trans-Appalachian and Ohio River region; 19.25" high x 26" high (sight), 27" high x 34" wide (w/ frame). > Item Details
<i>Map of the Southern Provinces</i> printed for R. Phillips, 1799,
Lot # 58 - Map of the Southern Provinces printed for R. Phillips, 1799,
English version; 15.5" high x 21.25" wide (sight), 17.25" high x 23" wide (w/ frame). > Item Details
Pair of Green Painted and Stenciled Fancy Side Chairs,
Lot # 384 - Pair of Green Painted and Stenciled Fancy Side Chairs,
possibly Baltimore, ca 1800-1815, caned seats. 32.75" high x 17" seat height. > Item Details
Presentation Cane with Alabama Coin Silver Head,
Lot # 464 - Presentation Cane with Alabama Coin Silver Head,
the flat knob head engraved, J.B.I. to I.I./Mobile/1853, over a hickory stick; probably made by Wm. A. Conning, Mobile silversmith and sword maker; 36" long. > 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
Pair of Coin Silver Master Salts, Plus,
Lot # 188 - Pair of Coin Silver Master Salts, Plus,
English and American. Two cauldron form master salts with worn gold wash, 3" diameter x 1.25" high; together with two salt and pepper casters marked sterling, 5" high. 13.985 ozt. (435 g). > Item Details
Two Whale Oil Hand Lamps,
Lot # 73 - Two Whale Oil Hand Lamps,
American, whale/oil fluid period, 1830-60. Includes a hexagonal colorless "lyre" or "harp" pattern finger lamp with applied handle and 2 fine-line brass collar, 5" high; AND a plain bell-shaped applied handle finger lamp with 2 fine-line pewter collar, 3" high. > Item Details
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