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.

Provenance:  
Property of the Kettering-Moraine Museum, Dayton ,Ohio
Sold: $11,162.50
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

Odd Fellows Serpent Staff Emblem,
Lot # 33 - Odd Fellows Serpent Staff Emblem,
American, ca 1900. Carved and painted wooden emblem of the Independent Order of Odd Fellowship (IOOF); 63" long. > Item Details
Leaded Glass Tulip Shade on Tiffany Tree Trunk Base,
Lot # 340 - Leaded Glass Tulip Shade on Tiffany Tree Trunk Base,
American, ca 1905-24. A leaded glass Tiffany-style tulip shade in yellow and orange, similar to Tiffany's #1548 "Tulip" shade, unmarked. Supported by a Tiffany "Tree Trunk" base with good patina and six lights, signed on the base Tiffany Studios/New York/553. Period GE sockets, Bryant switches and o... > Item Details
Miniature Restauration Commode with Gilt Bronze Mounts,
Lot # 391 - Miniature Restauration Commode with Gilt Bronze Mounts,
French, ca 1820-1830, miniature commode in mahogany with a Verde Issogne marble overhanging top, over two long drawers, all on a plinth base and block feet. The frieze, stiles and drawer faces decorated with miniature gilt bronze mounts and hardware; 7" high x 8.375" wide x 4.875" deep. > Item Details
French Louis XVI-style Trumeau,
Lot # 344 - French Louis XVI-style Trumeau,
ca 1890-1910, having an arched crown above swag and garland applied decoration, framing an inset painting of a wood nymph; 65" high x 27.50" wide. > Item Details
Shaker Clothes Press,
Lot # 35 - Shaker Clothes Press,
American, ca 1830. Poplar and pine, one piece with molded cornice, blind paneled door over three drawers, all with turned pulls; ht. 89, wd. 33.75, dp. 18.5 in. > Item Details
Portrait of
Lot # 302 - Portrait of "Mayme" Bull Within River Landscape by Paul Sawyier,
watercolor on paper, initialed in the lower left. This wonderfully intimate portrait of "Mayme" Bull, set in a river landscape, appears almost to be an escape for the couple, and certainly for Sawyier, who found comfort in Kentucky quiet rivers and creeks. It is interesting to note that the piece w... > Item Details
Antler Stand,
Lot # 343 - Antler Stand,
Continental, ca 1920-1930, stand with a circular stationary pine top and a separate game board top (probably later) over a tripod stand of antlers; 29" high. > Item Details
Doll Cradle, Decorated with Train and Landscape Scenes,
Lot # 53 - Doll Cradle, Decorated with Train and Landscape Scenes,
American, mid-19th century, of pine and poplar. A decorated doll cradle with red and gilt paint, with scenes on all sides of bridges, lake and a farmhouse; later paint over original green paint; 16" long. > Item Details
R. Gleason Pewter Coffee Pot,
Lot # 421 - R. Gleason Pewter Coffee Pot,
American, ca 1830-1850. Pewter coffee pot in a pigeon-breasted form by R. Gleason; 10.75" high. > Item Details
Guilloche Enameled Cigarette Case,
Lot # 433 - Guilloche Enameled Cigarette Case,
Austrian, ca 1900-1920, of .800 silver. A guilloche enameled cigarette case, with engine-turned decoration under green translucent enamel, marked on edge of lid M.Munk I Wien Graben, struck twice with dog's head and "3" for .800 silver and conjoined scroll; 3.5" long x 2.5" wide. > Item Details
Tall Chinese Fern Stand with Marble Top,
Lot # 206 - Tall Chinese Fern Stand with Marble Top,
ca 1880-1890, rosewood carved top with inset scalloped marble top. With lower pierced and carved shelf connecting four s-curved legs, ending in paw feet; 37" high x 16" wide at top. > Item Details
Manhattan Brass Company Double Student Lamp,
Lot # 329 - Manhattan Brass Company Double Student Lamp,
ca 1876-79. A Manhattan Brass Co. double arm student lamp with burners stamped Manhattan Brass Co., N.Y. Pat'd May 23.76-Dec. 25. 77-May 20. 79. Double-post example with vertical height adjustment of burner and shade assembly, fitted with later cased yellow ribbed glass shades. Weighted base; 29" h... > Item Details
J. & J. Meeks Side Chairs,
Lot # 252 - J. & J. Meeks Side Chairs,
American, ca 1850-1860, of laminated rosewood. Four American Rococo Revival side chairs, attributed to J.& J.W. Meeks, New York. Ornately pierced and carved crests with florals and c-scrolls with upholstered backs and seats, carved seat rails and cabriole legs with front casters; 18" seat height, 40... > Item Details
Carved Library Table,
Lot # 321 - Carved Library Table,
ca 1870-1880, oak with carved and molded top edge, the top with incised decoration over two drawers on each side, two false, the side pedestals attached by a lower shelf, with carved ferns and incised decoration; 29.5" high x 44" wide x 26" deep. > Item Details
Horn Spoons, Cups and Other Horn Items,
Lot # 422 - Horn Spoons, Cups and Other Horn Items,
18th and 19th century. Includes: 5 horn spoons;, 9-11" long; 2 cups, 3.5" and 4.5" tall; 3 salts, 3.5" long; snuff box, 2.5" long; fork, 9" long; knife, 8.5" long; and tortoise scoop, 4.25" long. One spoon is engraved on verso WM.BEMIS 1779. > Item Details
Steinway & Sons Baby Grand Piano,
Lot # 297 - Steinway & Sons Baby Grand Piano,
American, ca 1912. A Steinway & Sons, New York, baby grand piano, serial #157138. Ebonized case, circa 1912, marked on the interior TUBULAR METALLIC FRAME PAT. and embossed with the numerals 10/8-C/2820. Of typical form, raised on square, tapered, molded legs, terminating in Marlborough feet having ... > Item Details
Tall Case Clock by Benjamin Simpson, Halifax, England,
Lot # 238 - Tall Case Clock by Benjamin Simpson, Halifax, England,
ca 1770, by Benjamin Simpson. 30-hour time and hour strike by countwheel. Nicely engraved 12.5" dial with calendar and sun/moon dials. Pull wind clock with false winding openings in the dial. Case, dial and movement probably original together. Dial mounts directly to movement. Geo. III-style oak cas... > Item Details
Trade Sign Painted with Advertising  for Cut Glass,
Lot # 147 - Trade Sign Painted with Advertising for Cut Glass,
American, late 19th century. A trade sign in original paint, shadowed gilt letters and painted on a black background; constructed with bread board ends; 64.5" long. > Item Details
Federal Three-part Banquet Table,
Lot # 102 - Federal Three-part Banquet Table,
New England, ca 1795-1810, mahogany with pine secondary. Consists of center section with drop leaves and two elliptical ends. On the three, the frieze with dash line inlay and crossbanding. Topping each leg is an oval line inlaid patera, the whole supported by tapering legs with inlaid cuffs; 30" hi... > Item Details
Silk Needlework of  Birds,
Lot # 242 - Silk Needlework of Birds,
British or American, early 19th century, silk on silk needlework. A subject of two birds with a nest. Housed in a gilt oval wooden frame; 10.50" high x 9" wide (sight). > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: