Lot 14    

Four 19th-Century American Wooden Sewing Items,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
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.
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English and French, both in polychrome enamel on brass, including a Battersea bonbonniere in the form of an English bullfinch with floral scene on lid, 1.6" high; together with a heart-shaped box with harbor scene on lid, marked on lid with Sansom pinwheel device, 2.25" long. > Item Details
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ca 1800-30, with poplar secondary wood, cove moulded cornice, paneled doors on upper and lower sections, interior shelves and a high arched and shaped base; 82.75" tall x 33.5" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
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Four Imari Bowls,
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Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
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Lot # 86 - Three Pair of Large Brass Candlesticks,
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Map of the United States, published by Laurie & Whittle, 1794,
Lot # 57 - Map of the United States, published by Laurie & Whittle, 1794,
English version, hand-colored; one of the first maps to reflect post-Revolutionary war details and accurately map the trans-Appalachian and Ohio River region; 19.25" high x 26" high (sight), 27" high x 34" wide (w/ frame). > Item Details
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Cobalt Pattern Molded Pitcher,
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Lot of English Silver Pistol Handle Knives,
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