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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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Diminutive Empire Four-Drawer Chest,
Lot # 429 - Diminutive Empire Four-Drawer Chest,
possibly Ohio, ca 1830-50, cherry with poplar secondary wood, with top overhanging drawer over three graduated drawers, all with incised beading, and flanked by applied split twist spindles; 29.5" high x 21.25" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted  Cupboard,
Lot # 394 - Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted Cupboard,
American, ca 1840-60, poplar wood. A two-piece flat wall cupboard having nailed construction. Two doors with 6 lites each are over a pie shelf with two doors that drop forward. Below are two over three drawers of nailed construction having wood pulls, flanked by tapered columns with circular tops; 9... > Item Details
Pair of Recumbent Setter Dog Inkwells,
Lot # 518 - Pair of Recumbent Setter Dog Inkwells,
American, probably Ohio, ca 1860, in yellow ware covered with green, yellow and brown Rockingham glaze. Facing pair of setter inkwells, one with tooled fur, the other with smoother coat; 4" high x 6" long. > Item Details
Two Whale Oil Hand Lamps,
Lot # 73 - Two Whale Oil Hand Lamps,
American, whale/oil fluid period, 1830-60. Includes a hexagonal colorless "lyre" or "harp" pattern finger lamp with applied handle and 2 fine-line brass collar, 5" high; AND a plain bell-shaped applied handle finger lamp with 2 fine-line pewter collar, 3" high. > Item Details
<i>John Broadwood and Son</i> Square Piano,
Lot # 260 - John Broadwood and Son Square Piano,
English, patent date 1798. Inlaid mahogany, with deal and oak secondary. Hepplewhite stand with tapered quadrangular legs and spade feet on casters. Light and dark stringing on legs and on case; 35" high x 61" wide x 21.5" deep. (See Harding 1978 for information on John Broadwood and Son) > Item Details
George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Lot # 315 - George Henry Hall (New York, 1825-1913)
Portrait of a Gentlemansitter unknownoil on canvassigned upper left G. H. Hall21.5" x 17.875"George Henry Hall is a well-known still-life painter of the mid-19th century and a member of the prestigious National Academy of Design. > Item Details
Two Serpent Walking Sticks, (Attributed) Dwayne Spencer,
Kurdish Rug,
Lot # 508 - Kurdish Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 4'3" x 6'2". > Item Details
Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
Lot # 171 - Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
American or English; first a gentleman in round surround ebonized period frame, 4" x 4.75", signed Field _ Sirand. Second a lady in rectangular surround ebonized frame, 5.5" x 6.25". Third a lady, signature and watermark illegible, 3.5" x 4.5" (sight), with red wash frame, 6" x 7". Fourth a gentlema... > Item Details
Shirvan Rug,
Lot # 507 - Shirvan Rug,
Egypt, late 20th century; 3'11" x 5'5". > Item Details
Scrubbed-Top Tavern Table,
Lot # 399 - Scrubbed-Top Tavern Table,
American, ca 1740-60. Constructed of maple having a beaded apron and legs ending in button feet. Base with old brown paint; 25" high x 32" wide x 22.5" deep. > Item Details
Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
Lot # 255 - Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
American, ca 1845-70, pine secondary wood. Two doors with tin panels; sides have wood panels. Below are two dovetailed drawers with a scalloped skirt; 64" high x 46.5" wide x 14.5" deep. > Item Details
Canadian Goose Decoy attributed to R. Madison Mitchell,
Lot # 214 - Canadian Goose Decoy attributed to R. Madison Mitchell,
American, probably Havre de Grace, Maryland, mid-20th century. Once a working decoy with solid body and evidence of weights (not present). In a well-executed repaint with painted eyes; 11.25 high x 24" long. > Item Details
Pennsylvania Dish-Top Tea Table,
Lot # 104 - Pennsylvania Dish-Top Tea Table,
ca 1760-80, with a moulded top edge around beautifully figured mahogany with an old dry surface, on a columnar pedestal supported by extended claw and ball feet; 34.5" diameter x 29.875" high. > Item Details
Rare #3063 Hemingrey Forest Green Fruit Jar,
Lot # 74 - Rare #3063 Hemingrey Forest Green Fruit Jar,
American, ca 1840-60, unmarked, in light forest green transparent glass, pressed in a three-part mold with shoulder pushed down to form wax channel while hot. Crude sheared off lip. Retains Hemingrey-made squared glass push down lid; 6.5" high including lid. (See Leybourne 2001: 392-393) > Item Details
English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by <i>McAllister, Humburch & Birk</i>,
Lot # 380 - English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by McAllister, Humburch & Birk,
19th century, brass time, strike and double chime fusee movement with silvered and gilt dial, signed McAllister, Humburch & Birk/Rochester N.Z. with three silvered dials above chapter ring dial, being Chime/Silent, Slow/Fast and Westminster/Chime on Eight Bells from left to right, enclosed in a case... > Item Details
Eight Sterling Goblets,
Lot # 337 - Eight Sterling Goblets,
American, 20th century, assembled set. Four each by R. Wallace & Sons and International Sterling, all with gold washed bowls and engraved A.H.P. on underside of base; 6.75" high. 33.04 ozt. (1027 g) total weight. > Item Details
Two Splint Baskets,
Lot # 407 - Two Splint Baskets,
American, ca 1900. The smaller basket sits atop the rim of the larger basket and likely made to be used together; 8" high (smaller basket), 21" high x 17" diameter (larger basket). > Item Details
Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
Lot # 123 - Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
lot of nine, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes a "Single Rose" Gaudy Dutch waste bowl, four gaudy cream pitchers, two bowls, a bat printed milk jug and a vase, all unmarked. Waste bowl is 3" high x 6.25" diameter; largest jug is 4.75" high. > Item Details
Regency Pole Screen with Needlework Panel,
Lot # 240 - Regency Pole Screen with Needlework Panel,
English, probably early 19th century with silk floral octagonal panel in mahogany; 61" high x 18" diameter. > Item Details
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