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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Study of a Terrier,
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probably English, late 19th century, oil on masonite, framed; 9.5" high x 11.75" wide (sight). > Item Details
Patriotic Eagle Needlework,
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Chinese or Japanese for the American market, ca 1900. A patriotic eagle needlework appliqué of silk and metallic threads, applied to a cloth background. Housed in a period gilt frame; 18" high x 22" wide (sight). > Item Details
Napoleon III Ormolu and Marble Candelabra,
Lot # 348 - Napoleon III Ormolu and Marble Candelabra,
French, ca 1840-1850, gilt bronze three-arm candelabra on obelisk stems and plinth bases; 21.25" high. > Item Details
Porter Blanchard Arts & Crafts Sterling Salt,
Lot # 436 - Porter Blanchard Arts & Crafts Sterling Salt,
American, California, ca 1910. An urn-form sterling salt, marked Sterling/Porter Blanchard, 2.5" high x 4.25" handle to handle. 2.733 ozt. > Item Details
Dutch Serpentine Front Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 401 - Dutch Serpentine Front Chest of Drawers,
Dutch Rococo, ca 1760-1780, painted chest of drawers/commode in pine. The top conforming to the shaped case with four long drawers. Top, rails and base molded and highlighted in gilt paint, the whole on tapered quadrangular feet; 40" high x 51" wide x 23.75" deep. > Item Details
Black Boy Boot Scraper,
Lot # 424 - Black Boy Boot Scraper,
American, ca 1850-60. Cast iron figural boot scraper, with black shoeshine boy seated atop boot scraper with dolphin supports, two brushes mounted on an oval scalloped tray; 12" high x 10" wide. > Item Details
Paris Porcelain Gilded Urns,
Lot # 234 - Paris Porcelain Gilded Urns,
Continental, first quarter 19th century. A pair of Paris porcelain urns, decorated with floral swags and gilding on a puce ground, each with a gilt Neoclassical reserve, raised on a marbleized square foot; 12.25" high x 5.25" handle to handle. > Item Details
Sevres-Style Porcelain Urns,
Lot # 349 - Sevres-Style Porcelain Urns,
French, late 19th century. A pair, each with a typical "U" shaped body painted with reserves of courting couples in a landscape, each signed A. Daret, with mounted gilt bronze foot and neck with mask handles, domed lids with bronze acorn finial, lids with imitation Sevres mark, probably Samson; 17.5... > Item Details
Lalique Art Deco Dresser Box,
Lot # 464 - Lalique Art Deco Dresser Box,
ca 1920, with molded sprays of flowers, signed R. Lalique France in script; 1.75" high x 3.25" diameter. > Item Details
Stoneware Spaniel Attributed to George Bagnall,
Lot # 8 - Stoneware Spaniel Attributed to George Bagnall,
Newcomerstown, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, ca 1870. Of buff colored clay with freestanding front legs, deeply incised eyes, locket and fur detail; 9.75" high. See Adamson where this form is listed as rare and important. > Item Details
Hunting Case Gold Pocket Watch by John Forrest,
Lot # 371 - Hunting Case Gold Pocket Watch by John Forrest,
English, ca 1840s. A full hunting case plain 18K gold pocket watch by John Forrest, London, E.C. (w. 1857-1911). Key wind, key set movement engraved Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty, serial #92795. White enamel dial signed John Forrest/London, with Roman chapter ring and sunk subsidiary dial. Hall... > Item Details
Rookwood Faience Panels from Mills Restaurant,
Lot # 456 - Rookwood Faience Panels from Mills Restaurant,
Cincinnati, Ohio, ca 1921. A Rookwood faience tile panel with urns, taken from the Mills Restaurant, formerly located at 31-39 E. 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio; approximately 48" high x 23" wide. > Item Details
Chippendale-style High Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 59 - Chippendale-style High Chest of Drawers,
American, ca 1760-1780, with additions. A high chest of drawers in walnut with poplar and pine secondary woods. Broken scrolled pediment with carved rosettes, shell-and foliate-carved tympanum and center drawer face (added), two aligned over three graduated drawers on upper case, one long drawer ove... > Item Details
Rare Tramp Art Sugar Bowl with Lid,
Lot # 14 - Rare Tramp Art Sugar Bowl with Lid,
American, late 19th century. A lidded sugar bowl of turned and carved wood with traces of green paint. A rare form in tramp art; 4.5" high. > Item Details
George III Silver Tea Kettle and Stand,
Lot # 218 - George III Silver Tea Kettle and Stand,
English, struck for London, 1823 and John Wakelin and William Taylor. In the Rococo style with wrapped handle, supported on a cast trifid base. Kettle engraved Presented/by/The Leslie & Wotton/Archery Society/to/George Pearkes Barclay Esq.; Kettle is 8" high x 11" across; 12" overall height. 49.351 ... > Item Details
Aqua Midwestern Scroll Flasks,
Lot # 420 - Aqua Midwestern Scroll Flasks,
ca 1852-64, both GIX-10, two scroll flasks attributed to either the Ravenna, Ohio, or Louisville Glass Works, one with sheared lip, both have iron pontils; 7" high; the other with an applied lip, 7.5" high. > Item Details
Hudson River School View of the Hudson Highlands,
Lot # 126 - Hudson River School View of the Hudson Highlands,
American, 19th century, oil on canvas. A view of the Hudson Highlands with sailboats and a paddle wheeler in the distance. Unsigned. In a period lemon gilt frame; 18" high x 24" wide (sight). > Item Details
McKenney & Hall Portrait 1837, <i>Ki-On-Twog-Ky</i>,
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hand-colored lithograph, published by E.C. Biddle, 1837; 21.5" high x 15" wide (sight). > Item Details
Tiger Maple Sheraton One Drawer Stand,
Lot # 107 - Tiger Maple Sheraton One Drawer Stand,
American, ca 1820-1830. A birds-eye and tiger maple stand with one-board top over one drawer with a period brass knob, resting on turned legs; 28" high x 18" wide x 18" deep. > Item Details
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