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.

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Very minor wear to foot rim.
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Fireside Curved-Back Settle,
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Yoruba Contemporary Beaded Authority Figure,
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Coin-Inset Silver Ladle with Baleen Handle,
Lot # 7 - Coin-Inset Silver Ladle with Baleen Handle,
unmarked. With a 1787 George III coin inset in the bottom of the bowl and a twisted baleen handle; 16.25" long. > Item Details
Two Gould <i>Birds of Asia</i> Lithographs,
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Windsor Bench in Green Paint,
Lot # 269 - Windsor Bench in Green Paint,
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Edward Williams Clay Lithograph: <i>Back to Back</i>,
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George Catlin Lithograph, <i>The War Dance</i>,
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hand-colored lithograph, plate 30 from the 1844 London edition of the North American Indian Portfolio (lithographs drawn by McGahey, printed by Day and Hagne). In a modern frame; 16.5" x 23" (sheet), 21.25" x 26.25" (w/frame).In 1830, George Catlin (1796-1872) traveled to St. Louis. From there he ... > Item Details
Edward Williams Clay, <i>Masquerade Ball</i>,
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Folksy Indiana Paint Decorated Cupboard,
Lot # 276 - Folksy Indiana Paint Decorated Cupboard,
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Edward Williams Clay, <i>Blustery Day</i>,
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ink and watercolor on wove paper, verso bears a French inscription in pencil .....de vent Paris 1827. This illustration shows several pedestrians being overtaken by a sudden gust of wind. Skillfully executed, the strength of the wind is obvious and one can almost feel the wind's chill. Unframed; ... > Item Details
Stoneware Mug, Dated 1901,
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Victor Casenelli, Landscape with Indians,
Lot # 622 - Victor Casenelli, Landscape with Indians,
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Mahogany Tilt-Top Piecrust Tea Table,
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English or American, having a two board top with applied scalloped edge moulding supported by a turned column with birdcage; resting on 3 cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Iron spider appears to be original and attached with wrought screws; refinished with warm color; 29" high x 31.5" diameter... > Item Details
Frank Applebee, Still Life with Roses,
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Arthur Helwig, Landscape with Horse and Wagon,
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