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 Early American Blown Glass Bottles,
Lot # 1394 - Lot of Early American Blown Glass Bottles,
lot of 10. Includes an amber beaker with applied lip, cone side mounted spout and snapped pontil; 5" diameter x 8" high; PLUS a similar aqua beaker; 4.5" diameter x 7.5" high; PLUS a small demijohn, olive green, bulbous form with snap lip pontil and push-up base; 7" maximum diameter x 12.5" high; P... > Item Details
Midwestern & European Blown Glass,
Lot # 1421 - Midwestern & European Blown Glass,
lot of 4. Includes a clear footed bulbous form cream or milk pitcher with applied thickened lip and C-scroll handle with fire polished pontil; 3.25" diameter x 6" high; PLUS a clear mold blown 15-rib (slightly swirled) Midwestern cream pitcher with hollow C-scroll handle and snap pontil; 3.25" diam... > Item Details
Fabulous Dated 1824 Ann Bass Sampler,
Lot # 1305 - Fabulous Dated 1824 Ann Bass Sampler,
polychrome silk on linen, with pastoral scene above a verse, and below the verse is a farm scene with chickens, pigs, sheep, and a calf, as well as a barn, house, and well. Below this is Ann Bass, 1824. All surrounded by a stylized flower and geometric border. Probably English, in an old painted ... > Item Details
Blue-Painted Blanket Chest,
Lot # 1282 - Blue-Painted Blanket Chest,
poplar, dovetailed case, applied molding to lid edge, lidded till, and bracket feet. Retains a fantastic old (19th century) blue-painted surface. Pennsylvania or Ohio, ca 1800-1840; 22.5" high x 38.25" wide x 19.75" deep. > Item Details
Gilt Plaster Cast Eagle and Shield,
Lot # 1087 - Gilt Plaster Cast Eagle and Shield,
spread eagle with olive branches perched atop a U.S. shield, backed by a banner reading E Pluribus Unum and surrounded by a ring of stars. From a bank near Knoxville, Tennessee, probably late 19th century; 29" diameter x 14" deep. > Item Details
Ivory Spilacans in Original Box,
Lot # 1194 - Ivory Spilacans in Original Box,
includes a halberd, broad sword, arrows, spears, trident and variety of other edged weaponry, all near 4" long and in dovetailed rosewood box with sliding lid; 1.85" wide x 4.9" long x 1.35" high. > Item Details
Signed Kentucky Butler's Chest,
Lot # 1273 - Signed Kentucky Butler's Chest,
cherry and poplar, with mahogany-veneered top drawer. Pull-out desk over 3 graduated drawers flanked by turned and reeded pilasters. Desk has central pigeonholes flanked by drawers. Case has paneled sides, cock-beaded drawers, and high, turned and reeded feet. Signed on back, G. BITTNER 517 E ST. Lo... > Item Details
Sterling Eagle Headed Cane,
Lot # 1143 - Sterling Eagle Headed Cane,
London hallmarks with Victoria's head, leopard head, lion passant and L date letter (1886-87) with makers stamp TD. Finely detailed feather work with pronounced hooked beak and glass eyes, mounted on a tapered ebonized hardwood shaft with 1" brass ferrule; total length 33.5". > Item Details
Set of English Barrel Shaped Mugs with Diamond-Point Pattern,
Lot # 1435 - Set of English Barrel Shaped Mugs with Diamond-Point Pattern,
with applied handle with lower scrolled terminals, molded diamond point on lower half, bordered with annular rings and ground foot. Ca 1820; 3.5" diameter x 4.25" high. > Item Details
Blanc de Chine Libation Cup,
Lot # 1353 - Blanc de Chine Libation Cup,
oval form with flared rim, applied branching flowers which originate from twig form foot, and a beautiful translucent white glaze. Ca mid to late 18th century; 4.5" long x 3.65" wide x 3" high. > Item Details
Zanesville & Midwestern Blown Glass Milk Pans,
Lot # 1409 - Zanesville & Midwestern Blown Glass Milk Pans,
both aqua with folded lips and snap pontils. Includes a Zanesville example with flaring body with typical slight waste and indented base; 7.45" diameter x 3.45" high; AND a Midwestern pan with tooled pouring spout and slightly indented base with very flared walls; 9.4" diameter x 3.25" high. > Item Details
American Stoneware Churn & Crock
Lot # 1389 - American Stoneware Churn & Crock
lot of 2. Includes 3-gallon churn stamped 3 with freehand cobalt decoration, two applied handles, and lid; 16.5" high x 8" diameter; AND 3-gallon ovoid crock stamped 3 with three incised bands and two applied handles; 15" high x 11" diameter. > Item Details
Cast Iron Hitching Post,
Lot # 1479 - Cast Iron Hitching Post,
tree form, with forked top and numerous sawn branches on trunk. Cast in two pieces. Retains its base and a wonderful old green painted surface. American, late 19th or early 20th century; 66.75" high x 10" diameter (at base). > Item Details
Dated American Mourning Sampler,
Lot # 1303 - Dated American Mourning Sampler,
lot of 3 related items. Includes a very large mourning sampler dated 1851, marking the deaths of two family members Joseph and Margaret Bertenshaw, each with black and gray wool inscriptions above polychrome wool tombs, and each flanked by potted plants with 5 stanzas of poetry and birth and death ... > Item Details
Cherry One-Drawer Stand,
Lot # 1230 - Cherry One-Drawer Stand,
with pine and poplar secondary woods. Single-board top with applied edge molding, cock-beaded drawer with its original pull, quarter-round molding applied to the sides of the case, and molded legs. American, possibly Connecticut, ca 1790-1820; 27.5" high x 19" wide x 14.75" deep. > Item Details
Decorated Apothecary Show Globe,
Lot # 1440 - Decorated Apothecary Show Globe,
3-piece, free-blown clear glass bodies with copper wheel-cut floral and foliate decoration and applied rings on necks with footed base; 33.5" high x 10" diameter (at widest). > Item Details
Pennsylvania Cherry Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 1279 - Pennsylvania Cherry Tall Case Clock,
with poplar secondary wood. The hood has a broken-arch pediment, fully turned columns, and a tombstone door with its original glass. The case has canted corners on the waist, a molded door, and tapered feet. English brass works with polychrome-painted dial signed Richard Chester Hanover who worke... > Item Details
Adorable Yellow Ware Squirrel,
Lot # 1368 - Adorable Yellow Ware Squirrel,
an end-of-the-day piece, with a textured surface, bright eyes, and a bushy tail. With a wonderful mottled yellow, brown, green, and rust glaze. Probably Ohio; 5" high x 4.5" wide x 6.5" deep. > Item Details
Kentucky Walnut Sugar Chest,
Lot # 1241 - Kentucky Walnut Sugar Chest,
walnut with poplar, yellow pine, and oak or chestnut. Mortise and tenon case with turned legs and button feet. Applied molding to lid edge, scratch-beaded drawer and retains its original hardware. Probably Kentucky, ca 1820-1840; 34.5" high x 36.75" wide x 19.75" deep. > Item Details
Flint Glass Celeries,
Lot # 1428 - Flint Glass Celeries,
lot of 2, both Midwestern. Includes a footed loop pattern celery with fluted rim; 4.5" diameter x 10.25" high; AND a blown pillar molded example with urn shaped top with flared mouth, baluster stem, and slightly domed round foot with fire-polished pontil; 5.25" diameter x 9.5" high. > Item Details
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