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19th-Century Woodcarving of Bird with Young,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, ca 1850-90. This symbol of self-sacrifice was used often in the Pennsylvania German arts; 11" high.
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Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
Lot # 410 - Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
18th century, maple; 2.75" high x 5.75" diameter x 4.25" base splayed. (See Gould 1962: 60, plate 19) > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel Wash Basin and Pitcher,
Lot # 353 - Bennington Flint Enamel Wash Basin and Pitcher,
American, ca 1849-58, in "Scalloped Rib" pattern, covered in brilliant brown, blue and orange glaze, marked with 1849 mark "A". Twelve-sided bowl, 15" diameter x 5" high; pitcher, 12.5" high. (See Barret 1958: 118, plate 167 for a similar example.) > Item Details
Five Copper Lustre Pitchers,
Lot # 293 - Five Copper Lustre Pitchers,
English, early 19th century, all hand-painted or bat printed, three with neoclassical scenes after Adam Buck, two with rural scenes, 4.75"-7" high. > Item Details
Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
Lot # 458 - Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
American, late 19th century. Carved laminated pine having glass eyes, painted polychrome decoration on a green-gray ground, with a U.S. shield breastplate and rendered in a jumper stance. Paint is well-worn with a desirable dry surface. Mounted to an iron stand; 45" high x 48" wide x 11" deep (not i... > Item Details
Nine Figural Chocolate Candy Molds,
Lot # 544 - Nine Figural Chocolate Candy Molds,
19th and 20th century, various German, Belgian, Dutch and American makers, Anton Reich, F. Cluydts Antwerpen, Dehaeck Gevit-Gand, Vormonfabriek Tilburg, T.C. Weygans & Co.. Includes Santa Claus, two comic rugby players, parrot, cockatoo, lamb, seated dog, hippo and lion, all retaining clips. Lion is... > Item Details
Two Treen Rolling Pins from Cincinnati Bakeries,
Lot # 418 - Two Treen Rolling Pins from Cincinnati Bakeries,
ca 1900. One is identified from "Loesck Bakery" having rosewood handles; 21.25". The other is a springerle type from "Weirs Bakery"; 19.5". > Item Details
Cast Iron Hessian Andirons,
Lot # 236 - Cast Iron Hessian Andirons,
appear to be 19th century, with dovetailed billet bars; 19.75" high x 22.5" deep. > Item Details
Gould <i>Lophornus Regulus/Great-Crested Coquette</i> Hummingbird,
Lot # 224 - Gould Lophornus Regulus/Great-Crested Coquette Hummingbird,
original lithograph from A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Hummingbirds, London: John Gould, 1849-1861. Hand-colored and highlighted with gold leaf overpainted with transparent oil colors and heightened with gum arabic. Credits lower left in italics J. Gould and H.C. Richter, del et lith.... > Item Details
Red Paint -Decorated  Chest,
Lot # 46 - Red Paint -Decorated Chest,
American, ca 1820-50. A latticework design, iron handles and constructed with nails; 20" high x 38" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
Lot of Whiting
Lot # 322 - Lot of Whiting "Louis XV" Sterling Tableware,
19 pieces, American, ca 1891. Includes a crumb knife, 12.75" long, 6 luncheon forks; 6.875" long; 6 cream soup spoons, 6.75" long; and 6 table serving spoons. Whiting griffon mark, Pat 1891, sterling and The Nowland Co.; 30.54 ozt. (950 g). > Item Details
21 Books on Southern Architecture,
Lot # 549 - 21 Books on Southern Architecture,
an assortment of reference texts focusing on the architecture of Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky; all published in the second half of the 20th century.Grand Homes of the Mid-Atlantic, by Bill Harris, 1989.The Virginia Landmarks Register, Third Edition, Edited by Calder Loth, 1986.Middleton Place, b... > Item Details
Four 19th-Century American Wooden Sewing Items,
Lot # 14 - Four 19th-Century American Wooden Sewing Items,
a ca 1890 fancy splint and woven sewing basket with tufted silk bottom liner, 5" high x 11" long; together with a ca 1850 sewing clamp in the form of a mahogany roll top desk with bun feet, 6.25" high x 6" wide x 2.75" deep. Includes two other wooden sewing-related items. > Item Details
Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
Lot # 250 - Tennessee Federal Looking Glass,
possibly Greene or Washington County, Tenn., 1800-10, mahogany, a transitional form with a scroll-cut frame on poplar secondary, having rope inlay on the crossbanded perimeter of the frame and an inlaid compass star on the crown; 42" high x 24.75" wide. (For similar examples of Tennessee looking gla... > Item Details
English Queen Anne Long Case Clock,
Lot # 366 - English Queen Anne Long Case Clock,
ca 1700-20, in oak, by Simon Thorne of Tiverton, Devonshire. Brass face with roman numerals and applied brass decoration and spandrels. Movement is a lantern-type with one hand; 76" high x 15.5" wide x 10" deep. > Item Details
Six English Pewter Plates, Three Beakers, PLUS,
Lot # 298 - Six English Pewter Plates, Three Beakers, PLUS,
and measures, 18th and 19th century, one marked Samuel Ellis, 7.75"; two unmarked, 7.75"; two marked Fasson, 8.375"; also one with illegible marks, 8.375". Pair of beakers, 2.875" high; a beaker, 2.75" high. Two measures, one marked Harry Mason LTD, Birmingham, both 1.75" high. > Item Details
Diamond Quilt Mother-of-Pearl Miniature Lamp,
Lot # 94 - Diamond Quilt Mother-of-Pearl Miniature Lamp,
probably English, second half 19th century, cased blue shading to white, with original shade. Period, possibly original burner; outside diameter of shade fitter is 3.75"; 5.5" to top of collar, 12" overall height. > Item Details
Bennington Flint Enamel Picture Frame,
Lot # 347 - Bennington Flint Enamel Picture Frame,
American, ca 1849-58, with scalloped edge, covered in brilliant green, orange and ochre flint enamel, unmarked; 5.75" x 4.75" (picture opening), 11" x 10" (outside dimensions). (See Barret 1958: 138, plate 204 for a similar example.) > Item Details
Painted Valuables Box with Winged Heart,
Lot # 41 - Painted Valuables Box with Winged Heart,
American, ca 1850-70, with removable divided tray and original lock and key; 7" high x 12" wide x 7" deep. > Item Details
12 Cincinnati Sterling Bread Plates,
Lot # 325 - 12 Cincinnati Sterling Bread Plates,
American, first half 20th century, marked and retailed by Theodore Neuhaus & Co./ Cincinnati/Gold & Silver Smiths and marked Sterling, with raised leaf and vine edge. Each monogrammed EEM; 6" in diameter, 3.53 ozt.(110 g) each; 42.36 ozt. (1317.5 g) total weight. > Item Details
Brass and Wirework Firescreen,
Lot # 234 - Brass and Wirework Firescreen,
American, early 19th century, brass rail over vertical wires with swag and scroll wirework decoration; 40" wide x 13.75" deep x 12.125" high. > Item Details
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