Lot 21    

Kentucky Blanket Chest with Folk Art Decorations,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
American, likely Mid-Atlantic, ca 1830-1840. A painted poplar blanket chest having large flowers in pots and whimsical decoration. Original paint; 30" high x 57" wide x 20.75" deep.

Condition:  
Third set of hinges, loss to wood on top also no lock.
Sold: $64,625.00
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Rookwood Faience Bacchus Frieze from Mills Restaurant,
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Napoleon III Ormolu and Marble Candelabra,
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French, ca 1840-1850, gilt bronze three-arm candelabra on obelisk stems and plinth bases; 21.25" high. > Item Details
Folky Watch Hutch with Paint,
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American, ca 1900. A painted wood, folky watch hutch in colors of salmon and cream, with remnants of electrified light socket. Also with a pocket watch case containing a metal toy British soldier; 9.5" high x 6.5" wide x 3.5" deep. > Item Details
Papier Mache Lap Desk or Writing Box,
Lot # 428 - Papier Mache Lap Desk or Writing Box,
English, ca 1870-1880. Lap desk with mother-of-pearl inlaid top and borders, the top lifting to reveal the original velvet covered writing surface, with fitted slots for pens and ink wells; 4.5" high x 12.75" across x 10.25" deep. > Item Details
Regency Metamorphic Oak Library Chair,
Lot # 231 - Regency Metamorphic Oak Library Chair,
ca 1815. The hinged seat falling forward to form four steps with (later) inset tooled leather coverings;: 34" high x 25" wide x 20" deep.Note: The design of this armchair is similar to a design first published in Ackermann's Repository of Arts, in July, 1811 and captioned "This ingenious piece of fu... > Item Details
Blown Glass Storage Jars,
Lot # 409 - Blown Glass Storage Jars,
American, late 19th-early 20th century, Three jars of colorless glass, each with two applied rings, domed lids and knopped finials; two are 10.75" high, one is 11.75" high and has tooled rim. > Item Details
Odd Fellows Axe Emblem,
Lot # 25 - Odd Fellows Axe Emblem,
American, ca 1900. Carved and painted wooden emblem of the Independent Order of Odd Fellowship (IOOF); 37" long. > Item Details
Manhattan Brass Company Double Student Lamp,
Lot # 329 - Manhattan Brass Company Double Student Lamp,
ca 1876-79. A Manhattan Brass Co. double arm student lamp with burners stamped Manhattan Brass Co., N.Y. Pat'd May 23.76-Dec. 25. 77-May 20. 79. Double-post example with vertical height adjustment of burner and shade assembly, fitted with later cased yellow ribbed glass shades. Weighted base; 29" h... > Item Details
Dog and Boy Fishing Watercolor Titled
Lot # 48 - Dog and Boy Fishing Watercolor Titled "Companions",
American School, ca 1870. Watercolor on paper of a rural landscape with a Tom Sawyer-like figure fishing in a stream accompanied by his dog. Titled and dated on plaque Companions, 1870. In a period tramp art-style frame and modern mat. 9" high x 12" wide (sight). > Item Details
Currier & Ives Lithograph, <i>Lexington. The Great Monarch of the Turf and Sire of Racers</i>,
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small folio hand colored lithograph with touches of gum arabic, CO# 3483, profile portrait to right. 13" high x 15.5" wide (sight). > Item Details
Miniature Restauration Console Tables,
Lot # 390 - Miniature Restauration Console Tables,
French, ca 1820-1830, miniature Restauration period tables with marble tops, columnar supports, gilt metal mounts on friezes, with mirrored backs and flattened ball feet; 5" high x 6.5" wide x 3.75" deep. > Item Details
Ford 1965 Mustang Convertible,
Lot # 272 - Ford 1965 Mustang Convertible,
Vehicle #5F08C670152. Engine is "c" code 289-2bbl, with automatic transmission and power steering. Assembled at the Dearborn, Michigan Plant. In navy blue paint with chrome trim. Complete with good white vinyl convertible top and boot, an undercoated chassis, newer alternator, radiator and brake lin... > Item Details
Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher,
Lot # 65 - Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher,
probably New Geneva, Pennsylvania, ca 1880. Decorated with sweeping fuchsia vine and stylized brushwork on the collar; 9.5" high. > Item Details
Pennsylvania Dutch Cupboard,
Lot # 131 - Pennsylvania Dutch Cupboard,
Pennsylvania, early 19th century, two-part walnut Dutch cupboard. A molded cornice over two glazed, six-pane doors and two candle drawers, resting on a lower section with reeded top, two drawers and two doors supported by bracket feet; 85.25" high x 49" wide x 19.5" deep. > Item Details
Turtle Top Table with Patriotic Union Shield Medallions,
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American, Rococo Revival, ca 1855-1865, mahogany. The shaped marble top over conforming frieze having four carved union shields. The pedestal is flanked by four turned and carved columns resting on c-scroll feet on casters; 30" high x 33" wide x 26" deep. > Item Details
Maine Sampler of Susan Colemore Jackson,
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Biedermeier Side Chairs,
Lot # 384 - Biedermeier Side Chairs,
Austrian, ca 1825-1835, set of five side chairs in birch with rolled crestrails topping shaped backs with pierced and carved decoration over overupholstered seats. The tapering saber legs end without feet; 19" seat height; 34.5" overall height. > Item Details
Horse Head Livery Trade Sign,
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American, late 19th century. A wall-mounted molded zinc horse head with open mouth, neck with flowing mane; 22" high x 14" wide x 14" deep. > Item Details
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Lot # 23 - Odd Fellows Bow and Arrows, Crook, Chain and Sticks,
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