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Victorian Sterling Salver
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
Birmingham, England, 1856. A sterling silver salver by J. Gloster Ltd. having a scalloped rim and three feet, marked for Birmingham and hallmarked JGLTD for J. Gloster Ltd.; dia. 11.5 in., silver wt. 21.44ozt (667g).
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Japanese Inkwells
Lot # 382 - Japanese Inkwells
Japanese. Two inkwells, including one blue and white porcelain inkwell with landscapes in reserves and pierced decoration, with four character mark on bottom, and one brass, mixed metal inkwell in the shape of a fishing basket with snails, crab and fish on the sides, on wooden stand, unmarked; talle... > Item Details
Needlework Sampler
Lot # 197 - Needlework Sampler
English or American, early 19th century. A needleworked basket of strawberries on a linen ground with name, "Lydia Derrick" sewn along the bottom; 6 x 8.25 in. > Item Details
Stevenograph of Derby Winner <i>Iroquois</i>
Lot # 244 - Stevenograph of Derby Winner Iroquois
American, late 19th century. A stevenograph textile depicting the winner of the 1881 Derby, unsigned; 3.75 x 9 in.Iroquois, owned by tobacco magnate Pierre Lorrilard, was the first American horse to win the English Derby. After a successful racing career, Iroquois retired to stud at General William... > Item Details
<i>Schofield</i> Sterling Tray
Lot # 144 - Schofield Sterling Tray
American, 20th century. A sterling silver round tray in a variation of the Baltimore Rose pattern, marked Sterling / 925 and with hallmark for the Schofield Company; dia. 10.5 in., silver wt. 14.95ozt (465g). > Item Details
Red Rock Cola Tin Sign
Lot # 451 - Red Rock Cola Tin Sign
American, 20th century.  A Red Rock Cola painted tin sign and wire sack hanger; ht. 13, wd. 22.75, dp. 6 in. Red Rock Company started in 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia. The company's first product was ginger ale, a popular beverage in the South. Red Rock was an early leader in the distribution of carbonat... > Item Details
Portrait of Alabama Governor Andrew Moore
Lot # 258 - Portrait of Alabama Governor Andrew Moore
Oil on canvas, signed l.r. and inscribed Montgomery, Ala; 30 x 25 in. This portrait of Governor Andrew Moore (1807-1873), serving in that capacity from 1857-1861, was executed by "Mamie" Lockett (1859-1952), probably in the late 19th century and as a copy of the portrait by Nicola Marsc... > Item Details
Folk Art Bird Tree
Lot # 237 - Folk Art Bird Tree
A folk art painted and carved wooden tree with two carved birds perched on the limbs, one emerging from its nest, all rising from square base, unmarked; ht. 12 in. > Item Details
New York Coin Silver Salvers
Lot # 142 - New York Coin Silver Salvers
New York, mid-19th century. A pair of coin silver salvers each with bright cut design and die roll border, marked Successors to / Ball, Tompkins, and Black and Marquand & Co; dia. 9 in., silver wt. 24.33ozt (757g). > Item Details
Chinese Export Sterling Coffee Service
Lot # 303 - Chinese Export Sterling Coffee Service
Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century. A three-piece repoussé coffee service with covered sugar bowl, creamer and coffee pot, all with impressed marks on bottom of each piece, Yuchang / Sterling; ht. of coffee pot, 10 in., total wt. 40.76ozt (1268.5g). > Item Details
Bill McPherson (American, 20th Century), Labrador Portraits
Lot # 245 - Bill McPherson (American, 20th Century), Labrador Portraits
Pastel on paper, three portraits, including a pair of Labrador portraits, each signed l.l., the pair dated 1968 l.l. and the another portrait dated 1969; 13.25 x 10.25 in. > Item Details
John Rettig (Ohio, 1859-1932), Pastoral Scene
Lot # 179 - John Rettig (Ohio, 1859-1932), Pastoral Scene
Oil on board, depicting cows in meadows, executed in impressionistic manner, possibly showing influence of Edward Volkert (1871-1935), a friend and Cincinnati contemporary, signed and dated 12 l.l.; 6 x 8.75 in. > Item Details
Tabriz Rug
Lot # 438 - Tabriz Rug
Pakistan. A wool Tabriz rug; 4 ft. 2 in. x 6 ft. 1 in. (50 x 73 in., 127 x 185.4 cm) > Item Details
Bateman Sterling Spoons
Lot # 43 - Bateman Sterling Spoons
London, England, ca 1793-1803. Ten sterling silver spoons with bright cut decoration, all marked for London and Sterling. Includes two tablespoons hallmarked PB/WB for Peter and William Bateman, dated 1793 and 1795; one tablespoon hallmarked PB/AB for Peter and Ann Bateman, dated 1799; and six demit... > Item Details
Jean de la Fontinelle (French, 1900-1974), Notre Dame
Lot # 92 - Jean de la Fontinelle (French, 1900-1974), Notre Dame
Oil on board, depicting the Notre Dame across the Seine, signed l.l.; 7 x 10 in. > Item Details
Hitchcock Chairs
Lot # 211 - Hitchcock Chairs
American, 19th century. Four Hitchcock side chairs, each with pillow crests and stenciled decoration, rush-woven seats and turned legs connected by stretchers, all marked on back rail, L. Hitchcock / Hitchcocksville Conn. / Warrented; ht. 33 in. > Item Details
Adolfo Cipriani, (Italian, 1880-1930),  Italian Marble Sculpture
Lot # 83 - Adolfo Cipriani, (Italian, 1880-1930), Italian Marble Sculpture
Marble sculpture of a maiden with a basket of flowers, marked A. Cipriani on base; ht. 18 in. > Item Details
George Nakashima  Settee
Lot # 316 - George Nakashima Settee
American, 20th century. A modernist George Nakashima (1905-1990) walnut armless spindle back settee on tapering dowel legs. Two loose cushions of off-white upholstery depicting birds and flowering branches, on tapering dowel legs; oah. 30.75, seat h. 10.5, lg. 48 in. > Item Details
Bateman Sterling Tablespoons
Lot # 30 - Bateman Sterling Tablespoons
London, England, ca 1799-1804. Eight sterling silver tablespoons, all marked for London and Sterling, including one dated 1799 and hallmarked PB/AB for Peter and Ann Bateman, and one dated 1800, one dated 1801, one dated 1802, two dated 1803, and two dated 1804, all hallmarked PB/AB/WB for Peter, An... > Item Details
Loetz Inkwells
Lot # 368 - Loetz Inkwells
Austrian. Three art glass inkwells including one inkwell attributed to Loetz with blue, purple and yellow iridescent color and a brass lid, one art glass inkwell attributed to Loetz with a white and purple iridescent color in a swirling design and with a brass lid, and one art glass in the style of... > Item Details
Leonard Reedy (American, 1899-1956), <i>Squaw and Travois</i>
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