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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Andrew Jackson Family Overshot Coverlet,
Lot # 403 - Andrew Jackson Family Overshot Coverlet,
American, ca 1813, wool, indigo and robin's egg blue with red, double cloth weave with center seam and fringe at bottom, Snowball with Pine Tree Border pattern. Included is a photocopy of a 1932 newspaper article which shows Mrs. Nannie Cain of Indianapolis, Indiana, the grandniece of President Andr... > Item Details
Bayol Carousel Rabbit,
Lot # 794 - Bayol Carousel Rabbit,
Angers, France, by Gustave Bayol, ca 1899, glass eyes. The first rabbit made, like this figure, was also carved with bells, flowers, and cloth seat, but, had a brass twenty franc piece in its mouth and displayed a maker's mark. It was created for the Grand Carousel at the Paris Exposition Universell... > Item Details
Convex Bull's-eye Gilt Mirror,
Lot # 144 - Convex Bull's-eye Gilt Mirror,
English or American, ca 1830-1860, wood and gesso, original gilt finish; 29.5 x 19.5 in. > Item Details
Handel #21 Shade on Rookwood Pottery Base,
Lot # 888 - Handel #21 Shade on Rookwood Pottery Base,
American, ca 1924. 18" domical opal English brown shade signed Handel/#21, supported by a matte green Rookwood pottery base, raised on a verde bronze round metal foot. Base marked with Rookwood flame and XXIV/614D. Original Hubbell sockets and acorn pulls. Overall height 24 in. (See Hibel, Hibel & F... > Item Details
Trompe-l'oeil by Charles Meurer (American, 1865-1955),
Lot # 742 - Trompe-l'oeil by Charles Meurer (American, 1865-1955),
oil on board, signed l.r. and dated 1943; depicting letters, cigarette and coins for Thomas G. Melish; 14.5 x 11.5 in. While Meurer's career spanned several decades and he worked with a variety of subjects, his mastery of the tromp-l'oeil and the undertones presented within those works stand as his ... > Item Details
Burl and Turned Snuff Boxes,
Lot # 259 - Burl and Turned Snuff Boxes,
English and Continental, 19th century, various woods. Includes two turned burl boxes, a book form slid lid box and two with hinged lids. Largest: height 1, diameter 3 in. > Item Details
Portrait Miniatures on Ivory,
Lot # 173 - Portrait Miniatures on Ivory,
English or American, early 19th century, watercolor on ivory. Depicted is an elegant gentleman having coifed hair with his arm resting over an ornamented chair back, in a period frame; 3.5 x 3 in. Also, a lady holding child in a landscape setting, in a period frame; dia. 3.5 in. > Item Details
14k Gold and Diamond Covered Watch,
Lot # 598 - 14k Gold and Diamond Covered Watch,
ca 1950. An attractive 14k yellow gold and diamond watch. The textured wide gold bracelet measuring 0.88 x 7 in. is accented in the center with two rows of diamonds weighing approximately 0.36cts total diamond weight, set in white gold creating a hinged cover. The rectangular cream watch face marke... > Item Details
Spode and New Hall Porcelain Tablewares,
Lot # 659 - Spode and New Hall Porcelain Tablewares,
English, ca 1810-40. Seven pieces, including three Imari pattern Spode "Stone China" plates, three cups and saucers, and a New Hall creamer. Plates: dia. 9.75 in. > Item Details
Whale Ivory Pickwick with Inked Decoration,
Lot # 523 - Whale Ivory Pickwick with Inked Decoration,
American, ca 1840-60. A whale ivory pickwick, bell form with incised and inked decoration. Retains old Sotheby's sale label, illustrated in the catalog. Ht. 2.125 in.Pickwicks were used in the 19th century to "pick" the woven wicks out of the whale oil burner tubes. > Item Details
Ohio Corner Cupboard
Lot # 706 - Ohio Corner Cupboard
ca 1840, two pieces, in cherry and maple with poplar. With moulded cornice overglazed 8-light doors with two drawers below over paneled doors on brackets feet with spurs; ht. 90.5, wd. 47, dp. 22 in. > Item Details
Robert Street Signed Portrait of Rev. Bower,
Lot # 620 - Robert Street Signed Portrait of Rev. Bower,
American, ca 1836, oil on canvas, signed u.l. R. Street 1836. A restorer's label, family notes on provenance, and note identifying the sitter as Richard Farmer Bower, are on verso. In a period frame; 30 x 25 in. Robert Street (1796-1865) was born in Germantown, PA. His life before his first exhibiti... > Item Details
Inlaid Federal Lap Desk,
Lot # 584 - Inlaid Federal Lap Desk,
ca 1840, probably English. Of satinwood with two-compartment cedar interior, the top inlaid with conch shell paterae and acorn and oak leaf spandrels, and having brass bail handles; height 6.25, width 12, depth 9.25 in. > Item Details
Portrait of a North Carolina Gentleman,
Lot # 480 - Portrait of a North Carolina Gentleman,
purportedly a Judge of New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina, ca 1830, oil on canvas, in a modern frame; 29.5 x 24.5 in. > Item Details
Amish Childs Quilt in Lone Star Pattern,
Lot # 853 - Amish Childs Quilt in Lone Star Pattern,
American, ca 1940s, cotton, machine pieced, hand quilted; 68 x 70 in. > Item Details
Dolphin Cast Iron Boot Scrape,
Lot # 802 - Dolphin Cast Iron Boot Scrape,
cast iron figural boot scrape with a dolphin entwined around the scrape, mounted in a heavy fan shell tray; ht. 7 in. > Item Details
J.J. Bangs Cincinnati Coin Silver Julep Cup,
Lot # 645 - J.J. Bangs Cincinnati Coin Silver Julep Cup,
American, Cincinnati, Ohio, by J.J. Bangs (w. 1829). A coin silver julep cup with tapered sides, seamed construction, and applied beaded rim and foot. Engraved G.S.R./Premium/NJT. Struck J.J.BANGS in small letters; ht. 4 in., 6.107 ozt. According to Beckman, John Bangs appeared only in 1829 in the ... > Item Details
Sawtooth Variation Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 703 - Sawtooth Variation Pieced Quilt,
American, circa 1900, red and natural colored cotton fabrics, all hand worked; 68 x 81 in. > Item Details
Hester Bateman Silver Dessert Spoons,
Lot # 111 - Hester Bateman Silver Dessert Spoons,
English, ca 1770, set of 6. Upturned tipt handle typical of the earlier period of Bateman silversmithing, with embossed decoration on heel. Engraved DTM on back. No date mark. 4 3/4 in., 2.893 ozt. > Item Details
18th Century Portrait of  a Lady,
Lot # 152 - 18th Century Portrait of a Lady,
Continental or American, unsigned, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 in. > Item Details
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