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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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
William Mathew Prior Oil Painting of  Young Lady,
Lot # 57 - William Mathew Prior Oil Painting of Young Lady,
American, Baltimore period, ca 1840, on sheet paper which is adhered to cardboard. Likely original, period frame; 15.5" high x 12" wide.William Mathew Prior (1806-1873), was born in Bath, Maine (1806). A folk artist who lived in Portland, Maine (1831-40), he worked throughout New England and in Balt... > Item Details
Bennington Three Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
Lot # 182 - Bennington Three Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1852-67, with excellent molding covered in brilliant tan Rockingham glaze over a pale tan body, 10.25" high to top of rim, 11.25" to top of handle, unmarked. Accompanied by 1976 letter of authentication from the Bennington Museum. (See Barret 1958: 32, plate 34 for a similar example.) > Item Details
French Walnut-Carved Box with Needlework,
Lot # 124 - French Walnut-Carved Box with Needlework,
late 19th century. An urn and floral motif; having a lift lid covering a compartment, also a small drawer, each lined in blue velvet, having front scroll feet; 16" high x 8" wide x 6.25" deep. > Item Details
19th Century Western Landscape
Lot # 324 - 19th Century Western Landscape
oil on canvasdepicting a pair of steer driving a hay wagonunsigned9.5" x 15.5" > Item Details
Tiffany Compote,
Lot # 456 - Tiffany Compote,
of gold Favrile, optic ribbed body having an inverted scalloped rim, marked, L.C.T. no. 9060A; 3.75" high x 4" lip diameter. > Item Details
Full Body Rooster Copper Weathervane,
Lot # 225 - Full Body Rooster Copper Weathervane,
American, early 20th century, attributed to Washburne & Co., New York, New York. A gold leaf surface and spurred legs, mounted on a modern metal stand; 23" high x 19" wide. > Item Details
<i>Casa Guidi</i> Family History Panel
Lot # 213 - Casa Guidi Family History Panel
oil on beveled wood panelsigned Browne l.l.dated 1873, Oct. 28th, 1888, possibly the time during family's residence at Casa Guidi14" x 20" > Item Details
Southwestern Village Scene
Lot # 464 - Southwestern Village Scene
early 20th centurygraphite and watercolor on paperunsigned13" x 19" > Item Details
Obverse Painted Native American Vase Lamp,
Lot # 492 - Obverse Painted Native American Vase Lamp,
17" obverse painted shade of Native American kneeling at the edge of a rocky stream, supported by a complementary glass painted base, unsigned, electrified; overall height 21". > Item Details
Tramp Art Sewing Box with Women's Photos,
Lot # 32 - Tramp Art Sewing Box with Women's Photos,
American, ca 1900. A photo of two young women on lid, a full-length costumed woman on the interior lid. The box has a removable tray, with five intact pin cushions, over three divided compartments; metal floral knobs on each side; with an original finish; 8" high x 17" wide x 13" deep. > Item Details
British Rural Scene
Lot # 128 - British Rural Scene
19th centuryoil on cradled panelunsigned18.5" x 22.5" > 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
Berlin Style Hand-Painted Porcelain Plaque,
Lot # 389 - Berlin Style Hand-Painted Porcelain Plaque,
a large, circular hand-painted plaque with woman in exotic landscape, possibly allegorical. Plaque measuring 13.5" diameter. > Item Details
Nantucket Lightship Swing Handled Sewing Basket,
Lot # 244 - Nantucket Lightship Swing Handled Sewing Basket,
20th century. A round basket with a flattened handle pivoting on inset brass ears; 4.5" deep, 10" diameter. > Item Details
Hand-Carved Masonic Folk Art Walking Stick,
Lot # 154 - Hand-Carved Masonic Folk Art Walking Stick,
American, late 19th or early 20th century, carved from a part of a tree, having a D-shaped handle that includes Masonic symbols, horse, stirrup, fox chase scene, acorn and ending in a 4" steel ferrule. The finish has a natural polished patina; 38.5" long. > Item Details
French Crystal Regulator Shelf Clock,
Lot # 348 - French Crystal Regulator Shelf Clock,
enameled dial with brass time and strike spring-driven movement stamped France A-1 Samuel Marti 3104 5.5, with ormolu mounted white marble case with bow front beveled glass door, beveled sides and rear door and cut crystal columns at front with bases and capitals, original double chambered pendulum ... > 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
17th-Century Dutch Brass Candlestick,
Lot # 23 - 17th-Century Dutch Brass Candlestick,
ca 1650-80, having baluster and ball turnings that separate the drip pan; 7" high. (See Schiffer 1978: 147.) > Item Details
Pietra Dura Dresser Box with Ormolu Mounts,
Lot # 412 - Pietra Dura Dresser Box with Ormolu Mounts,
Continental, first quarter 20th century, with floral inlay set in bamboo ormolu mounts, original silk lining; 7" long x 4" high x 4" deep. > Item Details
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