Lot 127    

Buffalo Pottery Emerald Deldare Dr. Syntax 10" Plate,
2006, Spring Decorative Arts, June 17
an Emerald Deldare Pottery Dr. Syntax plate after Thomas Rowlandson, titled Dr. Syntax Losing His Way, with five lines of verse following title, wide Art Nouveau and geometric border, signed L. Newman, marked with manufacturers Emerald Deldare backstamp and 1911; 9.75" diameter.

Very minor wear to foot rim.
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American History Pieced and Embroidered Patriotic Quilt,
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ca 1940s, constructed of cotton. A pieced quilt having 31 blocks with red embroidery depicting historical events and persons. Each block is identified by a hand-painted title with folksy spelling in what appears to be acrylic paint. The embroidered blocks are staggered for visual appeal between s... > Item Details
Nigerian Style <i>Mumuye</i> Warrior Figures,
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James Montgomery Flagg, Airplane Hangar,
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E.T. Hurley Artist's Proof, <i>Produce Vendor, Findlay Market</i>,
Lot # 75 - E.T. Hurley Artist's Proof, Produce Vendor, Findlay Market,
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Five Papier Mâché and Horn Snuff Boxes,
Lot # 197 - Five Papier Mâché and Horn Snuff Boxes,
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Marked American Coin Silver Spectacles,
Lot # 27 - Marked American Coin Silver Spectacles,
early 19th century, marked Wolf, possibly General James Wolf (1780-1858) of Wilmington, Delaware and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With telescoping temples and original lenses. 4.5" wide. > Item Details
California Landscape Signed <i>Alden</i>,
Lot # 843 - California Landscape Signed Alden,
oil on board, signed lower right. A colorful, coastal California landscape at sunset, with thickly applied paint to accentuate the rocky cliffs. In a gold-painted frame; 23.5" x 35.5" (w/o frame), 32" x 44" (w/frame). > Item Details
Signed Libbey
Lot # 152 - Signed Libbey "Collona" Cut Glass Punch Bowl and Base,
the bowl signed with the Libbey "saber" mark, and pictured in the 1905 Libbey cut glass catalog. See Fauster, Carl, Libbey Glass Since 1818, p. 280 for catalog reprint; the bowl 7.5" high x 14" diameter, the base 6" high x 10" diameter across the foot. > Item Details
Western Landscape with Environmental Commentary,
Lot # 591 - Western Landscape with Environmental Commentary,
oil on board, will illegible artist's monogram bottom right CR?. Image with partially obfuscated mountains and unusual rock formation in the foreground. 23" x 42" (w/o frame), 29" x 48.5" (w/frame). In a cove moulded wood frame with gilded paint. Like works by Thomas Cole, Jasper Crospy, and others ... > Item Details
Large Early Wooden Breadboard in Old Yellow Paint,
Lot # 675 - Large Early Wooden Breadboard in Old Yellow Paint,
American, early 19th century, mixed wood. A single, wide plank having a gracefully shaped crest with pierced hanging hole and two full-width dovetailed splines to prevent warpage. One side is painted bright yellow with a desirable dry surface; verso softly scrubbed from use, found in Frederick Cou... > Item Details
Mason Mallard Drake Decoy,
Lot # 137 - Mason Mallard Drake Decoy,
ca 1920s with a solid body and glass eyes. Retains a wonderful painted surface with good patina; 16" long. Similar to a "Detroit" (standard) grade decoy illustrated on p 13 of Mason Decoys by Hillcrest Publications. > Item Details
Miniature Portrait of a Child,
Lot # 167 - Miniature Portrait of a Child,
early 19th century, painted on ivory and mounted within a brass oblong surround attached to a painted wooden frame; 2.25" x 1.75" (portrait), 4" x 3.5" (frame). > Item Details
Western Landscape with Indians by Crooks,
Lot # 597 - Western Landscape with Indians by Crooks,
oil on canvas, signed lower left R. Crooks, of Plains Indians in camp with four horses, tipis, and animal hides; 29.5" x 40" (w/o frame); 38" x 48" (w/frame). In a contemporary wood frame. Ronald Crooks was born in Glendale, California in 1925 and is best known for his Western genre paintings. > Item Details
Edward Williams Clay, <i>Fancy Ball Number 1</i>,
Lot # 222 - Edward Williams Clay, Fancy Ball Number 1,
ink and watercolor on wove paper, probably drawn in Paris, circa 1827-28. This illustration depicts several very formally dressed dancing couples; based on their facial expressions, they do not appear to be having much fun. One of the gentlemen is wearing a five-pointed star on his lapel. There i... > Item Details
Set of Six Arrowback Windsors in Old Paint,
Lot # 270 - Set of Six Arrowback Windsors in Old Paint,
American, ca 1820-1840, mixed woods, painted black with stenciled crest rail and striped accents; 17" seat height x 32" overall height. > Item Details
Sterling Silver Revere-Type Bowl by Arthur Stone,
Lot # 48 - Sterling Silver Revere-Type Bowl by Arthur Stone,
1924-1936, marked also by the maker, Edgar Caron. A classic Revere-style bowl with an applied rim and foot, and with an 18th-century-style engraved P over M*F; 7.25" diameter, approx. 14 ozt (440 g). Arthur Stone (1847-1938) was one of the last great designer-silversmiths who not only fulfilled a t... > Item Details
Stoneware Mug, Dated 1901,
Lot # 487 - Stoneware Mug, Dated 1901,
American, approximately a 1-pint-sized salt glazed stoneware mug with applied handle; the exterior is decorated with applied letters WA AUG 15, 1901; 5.5" high x 5" diameter. > Item Details
Dogon Style <i>Satimbe</i> Mask,
Lot # 453 - Dogon Style Satimbe Mask,
from Mali, 20th century. Hand-carved wood dance mask with statuesque female figure standing atop stylized rectangular antelope, length 31" x 6.5". Satimbe has two different mythical interpretations: one thought maintains that a mythical woman was the first to discover the use of masks and the other ... > Item Details
Nicholas Quackenbush Memorial Coin Silver Serving Spoon,
Lot # 713 - Nicholas Quackenbush Memorial Coin Silver Serving Spoon,
ca 1813, marked Shepherd & Boyd. Bearing a period-engraved inscription, Nicholas Quackenbush died 19 Feby 1813 in his 79 Year and monogrammed on the back GQB. 9.25" long, approx. 2.2 ozt (70 g). Robert Shepherd (1781-1853) and William Boyd worked together in Albany, New York ca 1806-1830. > Item Details
Edward Borein: <i>The Stray Cut</i>,
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India ink etching, unsigned. Image of two cowboys and a herd of longhorn cattle on a cattle drive. 14.5" x 15.5" w/o frame, 15.5" x 16.5" w frame. In a wood frame. John Edward Borein (1872-1945, Santa Barbara) was considered by many Western art experts, including Harold McCracken, to be in the same... > Item Details
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