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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Toning on both.
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Coin Silver Julep Cup by David Kinsey,
Lot # 261 - Coin Silver Julep Cup by David Kinsey,
beaker or julep cup, marked D.KINSEY (Cincinnati, Ohio, working 1861-71), with an applied rim and foot; 3.5" tall, 3.8 ozt. (120 g). > Item Details
Victorian Cast Iron Aquarium
Lot # 338 - Victorian Cast Iron Aquarium
and flower stand, last quarter 19th century, possibly Adams Brothers Foundries of cast iron, with bird finials at box corners, central urn centered on base, with 72 stamped on bottom, and four detachable swing arms for flower pots; 51" high x 26" wide (58" wide, with arms attached) x 16" deep. > Item Details
Zinc Pocketwatch Advertising Piece,
Lot # 218 - Zinc Pocketwatch Advertising Piece,
American, 19th century, jeweler's painted trade sign in the form of a pocket watch; 40.5" high x 29" diameter. > 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
Five Hexagonal Art Glass Shades,
Lot # 377 - Five Hexagonal Art Glass Shades,
with iridescent green and yellow pulled-feather decoration, unsigned; 2.25" fitter, 3.75" high. > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo <i>Common Osprey Fish Hawk</i>,
Lot # 105 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Common Osprey Fish Hawk,
lithograph printed in colors, with hand-coloring, 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, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.25". > Item Details
Landscape with Forest Fire
Lot # 323 - Landscape with Forest Fire
late 19th centuryoil on canvasunsigned15" x 35.5" > Item Details
Diana the Huntress With A Greyhound Needlework,
Lot # 257 - Diana the Huntress With A Greyhound Needlework,
English, ca 1800, watercolor and silk thread, worked on silk, in a painted black and gold frame with églomisé mat, having an oval opening; 9.75" high x 8" wide (oval). > Item Details
British Rural Scene
Lot # 128 - British Rural Scene
19th centuryoil on cradled panelunsigned18.5" x 22.5" > Item Details
Four Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
Lot # 383 - Four Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
with gold lining, unsigned; 2.25" fitter, 6.75" high. Matches lot 363 > Item Details
Elaborate Parian Presentation Ewer,
Lot # 419 - Elaborate Parian Presentation Ewer,
English, mid-19th century, having a ruffled lip, dolphin-form handle, the fluted body with an applied bouquet of realistically detailed garden flowers, embellished with grapevine leaves and clusters of grapes, the fluted everted foot raised on a socle base; 19.5" high. See Barret 1958: 161, plate 23... > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 134 <i>Common Blue Bird</i>,
Lot # 92 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 134 Common Blue Bird,
lithograph printed in colors, with vibrant hand-coloring, 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, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.25". > Item Details
Gothic Revival Arm Chair,
Lot # 289 - Gothic Revival Arm Chair,
American, mid-19th century, pierced carved quadrafoil crest with turned stiles and oval back; 55" height, 19" seat height. > Item Details
Rockingham Footwarmer by <i>J.L. Rue</i>,
Lot # 178 - Rockingham Footwarmer by J.L. Rue,
American, ca 1860-75, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, by the J.L. Rue Pottery, Matawan, New Jersey. Oval "donut" form with raised block letters THE J.L. RUE POTTERY/FOOTWARMER; 9.5" x 7" x 1.25". > Item Details
Walter Beach Humphrey (American, 1892-1966)
Lot # 503 - Walter Beach Humphrey (American, 1892-1966)
Dog with Canoil on canvassigned l.r.20" x 15.5"Walter Beach Humphrey trained at the Art Students League of New York and worked as an illustrator for several major magazines, including the Saturday Evening Post. > Item Details
Art Nouveau Figural Hanging Lamp,
Lot # 366 - Art Nouveau Figural Hanging Lamp,
with five cast brass arms depicting flying graces; 24.5" diameter, 32" drop. > Item Details
Two Earthenware Figural Pig Bottles,
Lot # 231 - Two Earthenware Figural Pig Bottles,
American, ca 1880-1900, of glazed earthenware. Includes a small pig with incised features, covered in a grayish glaze with hole at mouth rather than rear, 6.25" long x 2.5" high, together with an example with cream glaze and amber spots and printed underglaze Pure Old Rye with arrow pointing towards... > Item Details
Musical <i>Tableaux</i> with Windmill, Waterwheel, Ducks,
Lot # 150 - Musical Tableaux with Windmill, Waterwheel, Ducks,
and waterfall, probably French, late 19th century; 20.5" high x 12" wide x 9" deep. > Item Details
Large Round Hutch Table,
Lot # 63 - Large Round Hutch Table,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, constructed of mixed woods. The four-board batten-braced top is supported by bench with baluster-turned legs; refinished; 29.5" high x 58" diameter. > Item Details
Nine Light Electric Chandelier,
Lot # 283 - Nine Light Electric Chandelier,
in the Rococo taste and with nine etched and scalloped shades; measuring 21.5" wide, 28" drop. > Item Details
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