Lot 6    

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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Davenport Gaudy Pitcher and Basin,
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American, probably Ohio, ca 1880. Seated form with separate front legs and a curled tail, resting on an embossed base with floral motifs, 10" high x 8" long x 4.5" wide. (See McAllister 1997, Book I: 90, top right, for a similar example.) > Item Details
Rare Rockingham Covered Ale Pitcher,
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American, ca 1850s, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, probably modeled by Charles Coxen and attributed to Swan Hill Pottery, South Amboy, N.J. Unusual design with closed top and fill hole near handle, with high relief design of riders and hounds approaching a stag, raised oak leaf design below rim. ... > Item Details
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Rockingham
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Three Rockingham Window Sash Rests,
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American, mid to late 19th century. Includes two Bacchus heads, 5.25" high and a bewigged gentleman, 5" high. > Item Details
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Diminutive Empire Four-Drawer Chest,
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