Lot 1021    

Folk Art Portrait of a Frontiersman,
2004, Spring Americana and Decorative Arts, May 22
oil on canvas of a gruff frontiersman wearing an early style overcoat and wide-brimmed hat and smoking a clay pipe. American, 19th century, in gray-painted frame; 31" x 24" (w/o frame), 39.5" x 32.5" (w/frame).

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Lot of Folk Art Iron with Hearts,
Lot # 1156 - Lot of Folk Art Iron with Hearts,
lot of 3. Includes wrought 3-tine meat fork with twisted handle terminating in a heart, 17.5" long; PLUS an iron sewing bird with a heart at the bottom of the wingnut, 4.75" x 3.5"; AND an enameled iron horseshoe with paint and mother of pearl decoration, with stand, and dated 1919, 5.75" x 4.75". > Item Details
Grain-Painted Double Desk,
Lot # 1252 - Grain-Painted Double Desk,
poplar, mortise and tenon construction, two single-board lids with breadboard ends, and nicely turned legs. Fine old, probably original, brown over yellow grain-painted surface. Probably Midwestern, mid-19th century; 27.75" high x 54.5" wide x 24.5" deep. > Item Details
American Yellow Ware Frog Bank,
Lot # 1369 - American Yellow Ware Frog Bank,
with green mottled glaze on back and open mouth to accept coins. A very cute figural bank; 4" high x 2.75" diameter. > Item Details
Dated 1807 Show Towel,
Lot # 1308 - Dated 1807 Show Towel,
4 panels of unbleached linen, each with the selvedge on the right and rolled hem on the left, and the top of the towel and the bottom edges of the lower 3 panels edged with fringe. Needlework decoration consists of several horizontal stripes, and at the top, the initials Y and B, and below this, th... > Item Details
North Carolina Hepplewhite Sideboard or
Lot # 1254 - North Carolina Hepplewhite Sideboard or "Huntboard",
walnut with southern yellow pine secondary wood. Central doors flanked by drawers on six tapered legs. Drawer openings in case have applied beading, and drawers have diamond-inlaid escutcheons, and are numbered on the inside of the fronts I-IV. Probably northern North Carolina, ca 1800-1825. A w... > Item Details
Two Birdcage Windsor Chairs,
Lot # 1260 - Two Birdcage Windsor Chairs,
mixed woods, 7 bamboo-turned spindles with curved backs, box stretchers, and bamboo-turned legs. American, ca 1800-1820; 16.5" high (seat) x 33" high (overall) x 16" wide x 15.75" deep. > Item Details
Lot of Ivory Canes,
Lot # 1136 - Lot of Ivory Canes,
made from umbrella handles, both Japanese carving with spiral floral carving; 8.2" and 9.25" long, each mounted on tapered hardwood shafts with ivory or horn ferrule; total length 36.75" and 38.5". > Item Details
Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman,
Lot # 1013 - Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman,
watercolor on paper, half-length portrait of a distinguished gentleman in a black suit. American, ca 1800-1850, in an old painted frame; 4.5" x 3.25" (image only), 8" x 7" (w/frame). > Item Details
18th & 19th Century Drinking Glasses,
Lot # 154917 - 18th & 19th Century Drinking Glasses,
lot of 5, all clear, including both American and European examples. Includes a fine mold-blown miniature ribbed example, probably made from stopper mold, with ribbed flaring foot and ribbed bowl; 1.4" diameter at lip x 2.5" high; PLUS a fine example with domed foot with folded lip, knobbed stem and... > Item Details
American Views Liverpool Pitcher,
Lot # 1326 - American Views Liverpool Pitcher,
attributed to Herculaneum Pottery, Liverpool, creamware body with black transfer printed designs on each side and smaller on front. Designs includes, left side: oval "Washington In Glory America In Tears" (see Arman, Anglo-American Ceramics, W.44 and Klamkin, American Patriotic and Political China,... > Item Details
Lot of 10 Massachusetts Coin Silver Spoons,
Lot # 1454 - Lot of 10 Massachusetts Coin Silver Spoons,
includes one 5.75" teaspoon marked M.MOSES (Martin Moses, 1793-1893, Springfield, MA and Peeksill, NY), PLUS one 8.25" serving spoon marked BRADBURY (Theophilus Bradbury & Son, early 19th century, Newburyport, MA), PLUS 2 8.25" serving spoons marked Jones, Lows, & Ball (Boston, MA, ca 1839), PLUS 8.... > Item Details
<i>Dog Race in Darktown</i> Pencil Drawing,
Lot # 1053 - Dog Race in Darktown Pencil Drawing,
on cardboard, titled in the lower right. Scene depicts a large crowd of African Americans at the dog track, all with stereotypically exaggerated features. In an old black-painted frame, 20th century; 15.5" x 19.25" (w/o frame), 17" x 20.75" (w/frame). > Item Details
Outstanding Carved Folk Art Odd Fellows Cane,
Lot # 1132 - Outstanding Carved Folk Art Odd Fellows Cane,
single piece with plain crook handle and shaft covered with high relief folk carvings of animals, such as dog head, frog, antelope, bull, duck, pelican, rhino, crane, elephant, rattlesnake, male lion, owl, and other items such as book, sheath of wheat, horses hoof, bee hive, hour glass, hand, Odd Fe... > Item Details
Oil on Canvas Seascape with Ship,
Lot # 1042 - Oil on Canvas Seascape with Ship,
depicts a three-masted vessel in shallow waters at sunset. Central mast flying a flag with a blue and white cross on a red field. Probably American or English, unframed, on original stretcher with replaced keys; 26" x 30.25". > Item Details
Silhouette of a Girl and Her Dog,
Lot # 1074 - Silhouette of a Girl and Her Dog,
laid on paper with watercolor details. The girl holds a bird while her dog romps at her feet. In a 20th-century frame; 6" x 7.5" (w/o frame), 9.75" x 11" (w/frame). > Item Details
American Pewter Porringer,
Lot # 1467 - American Pewter Porringer,
5.35" diameter, boss bottom with pierced crown-type handle with linen mark on interior, worn raised initials on underside of handle I.C.. Possibly New York, second half of the 18th century. > Item Details
Dated 1800 Sampler,
Lot # 1302 - Dated 1800 Sampler,
polychrome silk on linen, with stylized angels, trees, flowers, birds, and animals, with a floral border. Completed by Ann Dowson on May 13, 1800, in her 10th year. Framed; 16" x 13" (w/o frame), 18.25" x 15" (w/frame). > Item Details
Signed Baltimore Rockingham Glaze Shaving Dish,
Lot # 1367 - Signed Baltimore Rockingham Glaze Shaving Dish,
incised on base and over glazed L.B.F.(?) 14 May 1850 Baltimore and on back side 1850; 6.2" long x 3.5" wide x 1.5" high. > Item Details
1831 Mitchell Map of Ohio,
Lot # 1007 - 1831 Mitchell Map of Ohio,
Tourist's Pocket Map of the State of Ohio Exhibiting Its Internal Improvements Roads Distances &c. by J. Young, published by S. Augustus Mitchell, Philadelphia, 1831. Engraved and colored map of the state, with inset profiles of the Ohio and Erie and the Miami Canals. In modern frame; 15.75" x 13"... > Item Details
Lot of 11 Fancy Ohio Coin Silver Spoons,
Lot # 1450 - Lot of 11 Fancy Ohio Coin Silver Spoons,
all in the same pattern and marked by Cowles and Albertson (Cleveland, Ohio, ca 1849-1858) with psuedo-hallmarks. Includes four 6" teaspoons, one 7.25" tablespoon, and six 8.25" serving spoons. > Item Details
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