Lot 296    

Baccarat & Steuben Art Glass Vases, Plus,
2009, Fall Fine and Decorative Art, Oct 2 & 3
Continental, 20th century. A Baccarat urn form vase, acid signed, together with a Steuben colorless vase with intaglio horse decoration, and a signed and numbered Ekena/Sweden/1347 vase in mottled turquoise glass. Largest: ht. 8.5 in.
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Georgian Mahogany Server,
Lot # 186 - Georgian Mahogany Server,
England, ca 1780-1800, in mahogany with oak secondary. The serpentine conforming top over three aligned drawers, all rising on tapering quadrangular legs; ht. 34, wd. 66, dp. 27 in. > Item Details
Scottish Sampler,
Lot # 176 - Scottish Sampler,
early 19th century, wool on linen. A Scottish band sampler with red and green alphabet and number strings, some letters are curlicue style. Also, cat, flowers, initials and signed ? S Hand 18?2. Housed in a 20th century frame with Edinburgh framers label on verso; 27 x 8.25 in. (sight). > Item Details
Maine Clipper Ship Painting,
Lot # 491 - Maine Clipper Ship Painting,
oil on paper laid on bed ticking. A clipper ship painting reads in lower area G. Southland Hulbert Captain E.L. Watts Richmond Maine 1840 along with shaving mug labled Captain E.L. Watts and a cane. In the, original, period frame; 15 x 24 in. > Item Details
3 Inch Yellow Shaker Bentwood Box
Lot # 850 - 3 Inch Yellow Shaker Bentwood Box
American, 19th century, attributed to the Harvard, Shaker community; dia. 3 in. > Item Details
Baleen Panel with Folk Art Painting,
Lot # 561 - Baleen Panel with Folk Art Painting,
American, 19th century, painted with scene of men fishing off a log structure, indistinct legend on bottom; 24 x 6 in. > Item Details
<i>Mushrooms</i> by Frank Townsend Hutchens (American, 1869-1937),
Lot # 745 - Mushrooms by Frank Townsend Hutchens (American, 1869-1937),
oil on canvas, signed l.l. and with artist's name inscribed again on pencil on stretcher, partial label on verso with title, artist, partial studio address and date of May 30, 1925; 14 x 21 in. > Item Details
<i>Mending The Nets</i> by Alfred H Green (British, act. 1844-1870),
Gaudy Pitcher and Spatter Sugar Bowl,
Lot # 660 - Gaudy Pitcher and Spatter Sugar Bowl,
English, ca 1820. A blue and white gaudy decorated water pitcher and a "Morning Glory" spatterware sugar bowl. Ht. 11, 7 in. Accompanied by a 1940 family letter which purports that pitcher was removed from the home of Jefferson Davis by a descendant's uncle, Jacob Flory, when the city of Richmond wa... > Item Details
Wilifredo Lam (Cuban, 1902-1982),
Lot # 900 - Wilifredo Lam (Cuban, 1902-1982),
pencil on paper, signed l.r., with accompanying note from July 14, 1947 from artist to gentleman patron; 6.5 x 9.5 in. > Item Details
Hepplewhite Mahogany Pembroke Table,
Lot # 185 - Hepplewhite Mahogany Pembroke Table,
English, ca 1800-1820, the oval mahogany top is crossbanded and inlaid, as is the single drawer face. With elliptical leaves and tapering quadrangular legs, capped and with brass casters; ht. 28.5, wd. 18.75 (leaves down), lg. 31 in. > Item Details
Wrought Iron Andirons and Pots,
Lot # 457 - Wrought Iron Andirons and Pots,
American, early 19th century. Set of wrought iron andirons with looped fronts for spits; ht 15 in. Also, two pots: ht. 5, lg. 13 in.; ht. 4, lg. 14.5 in. > Item Details
<i>Taking Turns</i> by Mark Stewart (American, b. 1951),
Lot # 728 - Taking Turns by Mark Stewart (American, b. 1951),
watercolor on paper, signed u.r., titled on Altermann & Morris gallery label; 11 x 15 in. > Item Details
Favrile Master Salt in Sheffield Pedestal,
Lot # 283 - Favrile Master Salt in Sheffield Pedestal,
American and English, ca 1900. A flared rim favrile glass master salt supported on a Sheffield silver on copper pedestal surrounding a seated child. Unmarked; ht. 8.25 in. > Item Details
Staffordshire Whippet Inkwells,
Lot # 666 - Staffordshire Whippet Inkwells,
English, 19th century. A facing pair of Staffordshire whippet inkwells, raised on oval bases; height 6.5, length 7 in. > Item Details
Sack Back Windsor Armchair,
Lot # 416 - Sack Back Windsor Armchair,
probably Maine, ca 1780, dark brown over original green; seat height 17.5, overall height 38 in. > Item Details
Greek Icon,
Lot # 11 - Greek Icon,
oil on panel, 19th century. Panel cradled with two battens, secured with rosehead nails; 18.5 x 24 in. > Item Details
Classical Pier Mirror
Lot # 760 - Classical Pier Mirror
American, second quarter 19th century, Classical pier mirror with carved and giltwood, and two glazed mirror plates; ht. 62, wd. 35 in. > Item Details
Hepplewhite Mahogany Tall Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 184 - Hepplewhite Mahogany Tall Chest of Drawers,
English, ca 1790-1800, with John Wood & Son label, with oak and pine secondary, the chest with two aligned drawers over four graduated and cockbeaded drawers, all with full dustboards and inlaid bone escutcheons and early hardware, the moulded base resting on ogee bracket feet; ht. 49, wd. 44, dp. 2... > Item Details
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