Lot 34    

Shaker Cherry Wall Cupboard,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
attributed to Pleasant Hill Community, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, ca 1840-1850, with poplar secondary wood. Two paneled doors over two aligned drawers above paneled doors, resting on arched bracket feet; 84" high x 48" wide x 13.5" deep.

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Property of the Kettering-Moraine Museum, Dayton ,Ohio
Sold: $11,162.50
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Diminutive Neoclassical Mirror with Ormolu Mounts,
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Southern Folk Art Carved Heads of Christ and Disciples,
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Currier & Ives Lithograph, <i>Lexington. The Great Monarch of the Turf and Sire of Racers</i>,
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small folio hand colored lithograph with touches of gum arabic, CO# 3483, profile portrait to right. 13" high x 15.5" wide (sight). > Item Details
Italian Bust of Apollo on Marble Column by Pietro Bazzanti (Italian, 1825-1895),
Lot # 263 - Italian Bust of Apollo on Marble Column by Pietro Bazzanti (Italian, 1825-1895),
Italian, 19th century. A white marble bust of Apollo Belvedere, after the Antique, inscribed on verso P. Bazzante/ Florence, resting on a deep green marble column; 17" tall (bust), 67" (overall). > Item Details
Pastel of Two Old Ponies by Evelyn  Harke, (British, fl. 1899-1930)
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English Majolica Jardiniere and Pitcher,
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Loring Andrews Sterling Coffee Service,
Lot # 249 - Loring Andrews Sterling Coffee Service,
American, 1880-1910. Three pieces in the "Fruit and Flowers" pattern, likely made by S. Kirk & Sons for the Loring Andrews Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Includes a coffee pot, 12.25" high; covered sugar bowl, 8.5" high, and a pitcher, 8.25" high. All marked Sterling/The Loring Andrews Co/Cincinnati U.S.A./... > Item Details
<i>St. Louis Can Co.</i> Oil Can,
Lot # 2004 - St. Louis Can Co. Oil Can,
14" diameter 8.5" width. Marked St. Louis Can Co. Pour Ezee Tilting. Complete with cap and pair of handles. > Item Details
George III Silver Tea Kettle and Stand,
Lot # 218 - George III Silver Tea Kettle and Stand,
English, struck for London, 1823 and John Wakelin and William Taylor. In the Rococo style with wrapped handle, supported on a cast trifid base. Kettle engraved Presented/by/The Leslie & Wotton/Archery Society/to/George Pearkes Barclay Esq.; Kettle is 8" high x 11" across; 12" overall height. 49.351 ... > Item Details
Ash Burl Treen Bowl,
Lot # 414 - Ash Burl Treen Bowl,
American, ca 1780-1800. An ash burl treen bowl having a flaring cone shape; 3.75" high x 9.5" diameter. > Item Details
Samson Ormolu Mounted Covered Bowls,
Lot # 214 - Samson Ormolu Mounted Covered Bowls,
Continental, late 19th century. A pair of decorated bowls in polychrome enamels in the rose famille palette, supported by paw footed bronze bases; 8.75" high x 7" diameter. > Item Details
Ezra Ames Attributed Portrait Miniature, 1833
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American, Albany, New York, watercolor on ivory. Old typed label on verso reads: William McCracken Lathrop son of Hon. Samuel Lathrop year 1833 #1024. Framed. 3.75" high x 2.50" wide (sight). William McCracken Lathrop was the great grandson of Rev. John Lathrop, an early settler of Plymouth colony i... > Item Details
Weller
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American, ca 1906-1917. Pedestals marked 9X and 10X; 18.75" high; jardinieres are 10.5" high x 12.5" diameter. > Item Details
Harvest Scene with Pumpkins,
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American, late 19th century, oil on board, unsigned. Depicting a farm in a mountain landscape. Pencil inscribed on verso David Adams and other notations; 10" high x 16" wide (sight). > Item Details
Lady's Enameled Gold Watch,
Lot # 368 - Lady's Enameled Gold Watch,
probably Swiss, late 19th century. A 14K gold lady's watch with enameled decoration of a bird defending its nest from a snake, engraved on cuvette Mama to Katie, Sep 11 1895. Enameled dial and gold filigree hands. Stem wind; case approximately 1.3125" diameter. > Item Details
Chinese Export Plates,
Lot # 207 - Chinese Export Plates,
18th century, set of six Chinese export plate decorated with sepia swags; each 9.75" diameter. > Item Details
Pietra Dura Three Piece Garniture Set,
Lot # 351 - Pietra Dura Three Piece Garniture Set,
Italian, ca 1890-1915. A three piece hardstone and brass garniture set, with columned central timepiece and two brass mounted flanking candlesticks, all inset with pietra dura inlay in various floral and avian motifs. Clock is 18.25" high x 10" across x 8" deep. > Item Details
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Iron Garden Urns,
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American, mid to late 19th century. An iron garden urn with scrolled handles, 18" high; together with one of Campana-form with egg and dart rim; 30.5" high. > Item Details
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