Lot 132    

Two J.F. Herring Fox Hunting Prints,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
hand-colored prints Full Cry, and The Death, after Herring's Fox Hunting Scenes, originally a series of eight painted by J.P. Herring, Sen. and later engraved by J. Harris, both in later frames; 22" x 34".

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Three Harker, Taylor Hound Handle Rockingham Pitchers,
Lot # 204 - Three Harker, Taylor Hound Handle Rockingham Pitchers,
American, ca 1847-51, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, by Harker, Taylor & Co., East Liverpool, Ohio, depicting a boar and stag hunt with distinctive hound handle. Unmarked. Graduated sizes 9.125", 8.75" and 7" high to top of handle. (See Goldberg 2003: 26-27, figs. 1 and 2 for similar examples.) > Item Details
Rare <i>J.D. Bagster</i> Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 189 - Rare J.D. Bagster Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
English, ca 1820-30, of buff colored stoneware modeled in high relief with scenes of a stag and boar hunt, the neck decorated with leafy hops vine and a scalloped design on the shoulder. The inscription Phillips & Bagster, Hanley is engraved on the collars of the mastiffs attacking the boar, and the... > Item Details
Graduated Set of Blown Midwestern Pitchers,
Lot # 151 - Graduated Set of Blown Midwestern Pitchers,
American, ca 1815-40, attributed to one of the Pittsburgh glass houses. All of colorless lead glass in tapered corseted form, with strongly funneled pouring spouts, tooled rims, hollow ear handles ending in rigaree and rough pontils; 8.5", 7.75", 6.75" and 4.5" high. (See Innes 1976: 94, fig. 37-4.)... > Item Details
Jeweled and Beveled Glass Transom,
Lot # 485 - Jeweled and Beveled Glass Transom,
late 19th century, with 23 jewels, central fan design and geometric background, 19" x 68". > Item Details
Fine Jennens & Bettridge Papier Mâché Tray,
Lot # 260 - Fine Jennens & Bettridge Papier Mâché Tray,
London, 1850-75, polychromed and parcel-gilt papier mâché tray, depicting stylized flowering branches, the shaped and upturned border strewn with gilt design, all on a black ground, reverse with impressed mark Jennens & Bettridge, London; 25.5" wide x 31" long. > Item Details
Pair of 18th-Century Spanish Candlesticks,
Lot # 24 - Pair of 18th-Century Spanish Candlesticks,
ca 1790, classical sticks with tri-foot; 9.25" high. (See Schiffer 1978: 168, fig. D.) > Item Details
Full-Length Painted Silhouette of Gentleman,
Lot # 4 - Full-Length Painted Silhouette of Gentleman,
British, 19th century, heightened in gold. In bird's-eye maple frame with gold liner; 4.5" x 8.5". > Item Details
Peaseware Miniature Vase and Two Goblets,
Lot # 118 - Peaseware Miniature Vase and Two Goblets,
American, second half 19th century and early 20th century, maple and walnut, two pieces have "captive" rings and partial labels; from 3.25" to 5" high. > Item Details
Oak Welsh Dresser,
Lot # 137 - Oak Welsh Dresser,
English, mid-19th century, the molded cornice above long open shelf, then three open shelves, flanked by mullioned doors; the lower section a breakfront fitted with three short drawers over a central bank of three drawers flanked to either side by a paneled cupboard doors; with bone escutcheons, exc... > Item Details
Architectural Tramp Art Frame,
Lot # 34 - Architectural Tramp Art Frame,
American or German, ca 1875-1900, wood from cigar boxes. A rectangular form having a pediment top, original finish with crazing and a rich, warm patina; 27" high x 28.5" wide. > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo <i>Two Owls</i>,
Lot # 107 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Two Owls,
two lithographs printed in colors, with hand-coloring, Plate 35, Great Cinereous Owl, and Plate 36, Barred Owl, by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia, 1840, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, fr... > Item Details
Three Carved Folk Art Canes,
Lot # 156 - Three Carved Folk Art Canes,
late 19th to early 20th century, including: claw and ball grip, 36" long; eagle grasping snake and peasant scenes, 36" long; ball grip inscribed Bert Bolles Maker also with initials W.T. Lewis, having snakes and foliage, 34" long. > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 293 <i>Ruffed Grouse</i>,
Lot # 86 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 293 Ruffed Grouse,
lithograph printed in colors, with hand-coloring, by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia, 1842, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, binding thread at disbound edge, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.25". > Item Details
Black Forest
Lot # 30 - Black Forest "Westie" Humidor,
Swiss, ca 1875-1900, probably lindenwood, portraying a capped West Highland Terrier with glass eyes, a standing collar and bow tie and smoking a cigar; 4.5" high. > Item Details
Copeland Parian Figure <i>Ruth</i>,
Lot # 540 - Copeland Parian Figure Ruth,
English, ca 1865-75, the standing figure modeled holding a sheaf of wheat with a stalk leaning at her backside, bearing impressed title, sculptor, date and factory mark; 28.75" high. > Item Details
Limoges Cobalt and Gilt Tete-a-tete Set,
Lot # 416 - Limoges Cobalt and Gilt Tete-a-tete Set,
Continental, by P.M. Mavaleix and Granger, ca 1922-38, consisting of handled tray, teapot, cream, covered sugar and two cups, hand-painted with cavorting cherubs in landscapes on a cobalt ground and embellished by gilding, artist signed Furlaud; tray is 16" long x 13.25" wide, teapot is 5.25" high. > Item Details
Three Miniature Watercolors on Ivory Portraits,
Lot # 47 - Three Miniature Watercolors on Ivory Portraits,
Continental. First is a woman in 18th-century dress; appears to have an artist's mark on front and label on verso identifies her as Principessa di Modena, mounted in an ivory frame; 2" high x 1.5" wide. Other is an 18th- or 19th-century gentleman wearing garments of a scholar; the name that appears ... > Item Details
Large Salamander Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
Lot # 169 - Large Salamander Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
American, ca 1837-50s, of Rockingham glazed stoneware with putty-colored interior, attributed to Salamander Works, New York City or Woodbridge, New Jersey. A hunt scene of hounds attacking a stag is on one side, and a boar being attacked by mastiffs is on the other, the neck decorated with a leafy h... > Item Details
Reverse Painted Table Lamp with Roses,
Lot # 490 - Reverse Painted Table Lamp with Roses,
ca 1920s, unattributed, with 18" six-paneled conical shade reverse painted with pink roses, supported by a matching illuminated base; 24" overall height. > Item Details
Alfred A. Waters (British, 1849-1912)
Lot # 428 - Alfred A. Waters (British, 1849-1912)
Fisherman's Cottage in Cornwallwatercolor on papersigned l.l., with plaque containing title15" x 23" > Item Details
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