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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Two Rockingham
Lot # 201 - Two Rockingham "Hanging Game" Pitchers,
American, possibly East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1850, of Rockingham glazed earthenware. One with hound handle and large and small hanging rabbits, wild fowl and a fox, the other with fox handle and hanging stags and boars, 8.5" and 8.75" high. > Item Details
Queen Anne Dressing Table,
Lot # 100 - Queen Anne Dressing Table,
English, ca 1740-80, oak, with overhanging top with thumb edge molding, adjacent drawers on front, rising on turned straight legs with pad feet; 28" high x 28.25" wide x 18" deep. > Item Details
American Diorama of a Schooner and Lighthouse,
Lot # 250 - American Diorama of a Schooner and Lighthouse,
late 19th century, in a glazed wooden case; 15.5" high x 29.5" wide. > Item Details
Berlin Porcelain Plaque with Neoclassical Scene,
Lot # 394 - Berlin Porcelain Plaque with Neoclassical Scene,
Continental, late 19th century, hand-painted in polychrome enamels enriched by gilding, titled Triumphrug der Venus with paper Berlin label; 10.25" x 12.5" in gilt and gesso 15" x 14" rococo frame. > Item Details
<i>Quick Meal</i>, Six-Burner Enamel Stove,
Lot # 438 - Quick Meal, Six-Burner Enamel Stove,
manufactured by The American Stove Co., St. Louis, Mo., ca 1920-25, with three ovens including a warming oven, six burners and nickel trim. Serial #2-218; 63" high x 61" wide x 24" deep. > Item Details
Oak China Cabinet, Oriel Cabinet Co.,
Lot # 309 - Oak China Cabinet, Oriel Cabinet Co.,
American, ca 1909, with full bodied Norman soldiers and pierced carved crest of putti and grotesques in dark oak with original finish; 96" high x 66" wide x 19" deep.The Oriel Cabinet Co. was founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1880 and consolidated operations with Berkey & Gay in 1912. > Item Details
Monumental 10-Gallon Stoneware Crock,
Lot # 160 - Monumental 10-Gallon Stoneware Crock,
attributed to West Virginia, ca 1860-75, slightly wavy sides having applied lug handles; freehand cobalt feather decorations, a number 10 and lines with incised rings on the neck and mid-section; 19.12" high; 12" diameter. > Item Details
Seven Green Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
Lot # 353 - Seven Green Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
on an ivory base with gold accents and gold lining, unsigned; 2.25" fitter, 4.25" high. > Item Details
19th Century Russian Icon, Funerary Procession,
Lot # 537 - 19th Century Russian Icon, Funerary Procession,
on 1" thick block, with gilt surround and Cyrillic description lower center. Early label on verso reading Kunsthandlung/ Ant Creutzer/ Vorm. M. Lempertz-Aachen. Measuring 7" x 12.5" and unframed. > Item Details
Audubon Octavo Quadrupeds <i>Gray Fox</i> and <i>Swift Fox</i>,
Lot # 108 - Audubon Octavo Quadrupeds Gray Fox and Swift Fox,
two lithographs printed in colors, with hand-coloring, by J.T. Bowen and Nagel & Weingaertner, Philadelphia, 1845-48, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.25". > Item Details
Handel Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape #7452,
Lot # 303 - Handel Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape #7452,
15" domical shade, painted in warm tones of orange, green and tan, signed Handel 7452 and P; supported on a bronzed base, 23" overall height. > Item Details
Folky Store Sign <i>Terms Cash, Trust No More</i>,
Lot # 31 - Folky Store Sign Terms Cash, Trust No More,
American, ca 1900, watercolor and graphite on paper; in a period, not likely original frame; 20" high x 26" wide. > 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
Harker, Taylor Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
Lot # 203 - Harker, Taylor Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
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. Raised, impressed circular mark with propeller device on bottom; 10.125" high to top of handle; 9" high to top of spout. (See Goldber... > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate XVIII, <i>Bewick's Wren</i>,
Lot # 82 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate XVIII, Bewick's Wren,
hand-colored engraving, etching and aquatint, by R. Havell, on wove paper with the watermark J. Whatman 1831, with wide margins, in good condition apart from minor fading, a few spots of foxing in the center and light mat burn, some stitch holes at the disbound edge, framed. Not laid down; sheet siz... > Item Details
American Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
Lot # 489 - American Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
ca 1910, domical 24" shade with polychromatic lyre design, attributed to Williamson, 17" high. > Item Details
Two Groups of Brass Weights and a Measures Set,
Lot # 240 - Two Groups of Brass Weights and a Measures Set,
consisting of three bell-shaped handled weights of 1, 2 and 3 pounds; dry measures from 5, 3, 2, 1 to fractions of an ounce, plus, scale and other boxed apothecary metric weights. > Item Details
Eight Piece Parlor Suite Attributed to John Jelliff,
Lot # 275 - Eight Piece Parlor Suite Attributed to John Jelliff,
Newark, New Jersey, ca 1865-70, in walnut, with matching sofas, two armchairs and four sides, the padded backrest below a central medallion of an incised thistle, the crest and stiles ornamented with figured walnut bosses and palmettes, the padded arms fronted by classical busts, the (later) upholst... > Item Details
Pairpoint Reverse Painted Seascape on Dolphin Base,
Lot # 497 - Pairpoint Reverse Painted Seascape on Dolphin Base,
16" shade, with reverse painted nautical seascape and sailing ships, artist signed C. Durand (neƩ Adolphe Frederick); supported by a marked Pairpoint silver plated dolphin base, overall height 24". > Item Details
Peaseware Covered Vessel,
Lot # 9 - Peaseware Covered Vessel,
American, second half 19th century, turned maple, 7.5" high x 7" diameter. > Item Details
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