Lot 12    

George III Sterling Spoons
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
London, England, 1792. Twelve sterling silver spoons, marked for London, dated 1792, and hallmarked TW possibly for Thomas Wallis; lg. 6.75 in., silver wt. 12.12ozt (377g).
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Indian Sterling Partial Tea  and Coffee Service
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Calcutta, India, 1821-1845. A sterling silver tea and coffee set which includes an ornately designed lidded teapot, lidded coffee pot, and lidded two-handle sugar bowl, all with repoussé work and applied floral finials, each with marks for Hamilton & Co.; coffee pot, ht. 28.5 in., total s... > Item Details
Loetz Inkwells
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Tabriz Rug
Lot # 438 - Tabriz Rug
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Lot # 184 - Lewis Henry Meakin (Ohio, 1850-1917), Landscape
Oil on canvas, signed l.l. and with plaque on frame; 20 x 30 in. > Item Details
Biedermeier-style <i>Secretaire  à  Abattant</i>
Lot # 113 - Biedermeier-style Secretaire à Abattant
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Adam-Style Mirror
Lot # 110 - Adam-Style Mirror
English or American, 19th-early 20th century. A carved giltwood rectangular mirror in the Adam style, the mirror plate surrounded by a carved frame surmounted by an urn, swag and foliate crest; ht. 46.5, wd. 23.5 in. > Item Details
Van Briggle <i>Damsel of Damascus</i> Lamp
Lot # 163 - Van Briggle Damsel of Damascus Lamp
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Allerley Glossop (England/South Africa, 1870-1955), South African Landscape
Lot # 94 - Allerley Glossop (England/South Africa, 1870-1955), South African Landscape
Oil on board, with warm palette and initialed l.r., inscribed on verso A South American Afternoon by Allerley Glossop; 7.5 x 11.5 in. > Item Details
Trapunto Quilt
Lot # 242 - Trapunto Quilt
American, 20th century. A trapunto quilt with stylized flower decoration in pinks and purples with raised feather quilting; 90 x 81 in. > Item Details
Weller Forest Vase
Lot # 361 - Weller Forest Vase
American.  A cylindrical vase in the "Forest" pattern, having a forest landscape in relief, marked Weller; ht. 8 in. > Item Details
Victor Casenelli (Ohio, 1867-1961), Indian Landscape
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J.C. Rodgers (British, 19th century), Rat Terriers
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Japanese Moriage Vase on Stand
Lot # 427 - Japanese Moriage Vase on Stand
Japan, 20th century.  An enameled porcelain vase with moriage and gilt decoration of a phoenix, hanging wisteria, a landscape and prunus blossoms, unmarked, on a black stand; ht. 12.5 in. Letter written to curator of Tiwan National Museum included, as well as small photographs of the vase included.... > Item Details
Doll House in Farm House Style
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Lot # 219 - Double Wash Stand
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Lot # 348 - Leaded and Stained Glass Panels
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Bateman Sterling Under Tray, Plus
Lot # 27 - Bateman Sterling Under Tray, Plus
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