Lot 14    

Treen Cake Board with Soldier and Maiden,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
American or Continental, 19th century, probably walnut. A man and woman in folk dress; 22" long.

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Andrew Clemens Sand Bottle, Labeled and Dated 1889,
Lot # 153 - Andrew Clemens Sand Bottle, Labeled and Dated 1889,
in sealed diminutive apothecary jar, with layered colored sands in geometric borders, floral wreath decoration surrounding the date on one side and 36-star with American flag flying over the wings of an eagle in flight on verso; 5.25" high. The underside retains the original printed paper label: PIC... > Item Details
Pantry Box, Signed <i>SAM'L HERSEY</i>,
Lot # 76 - Pantry Box, Signed SAM'L HERSEY,
American, Hingham, Massachusetts, ca 1850-75, of birch, maple and pine. Base with one left finger, cover with one right finger, with printed paper label Manufactured by SAM'L HERSEY, Hersey Street, Hingham, Mass.; 2.5" high x 6.125" long x 4.5" wide. > Item Details
Rococo Revival Mahogany Work Table,
Lot # 299 - Rococo Revival Mahogany Work Table,
ca 1845-50, with Mitchell and Rammelsberg manufacturer stamp in drawer interior, having a lift top and sewing bag beneath; 31" high x 23" wide x 18" deep. > Item Details
New England Tilt-Top Candlestand,
Lot # 143 - New England Tilt-Top Candlestand,
possibly New York, ca 1800-20, mahogany, with a rectangular figured top with scalloped corners, raised on an urn and baluster formed standard joined to and raised on three reeded legs with scrolled feet set on balls; 30.75" high x 23" wide x 17.25" deep. > Item Details
Hamadan Runner,
Lot # 534 - Hamadan Runner,
Persian, mid-20th century, in colors of peach and blue; 13'2" x 4'10" (401.32 cm x 147.32 cm). > Item Details
Chinese Export Silver Tea Set,
Lot # 313 - Chinese Export Silver Tea Set,
Chinese, ca 1910-30, silver tested for 77-90% pure, struck with Lainchang - a workshop, retailer, or both, in Shanghai. Set consists of tea pot, covered sugar bowl and creamer, and matching tray, each with bamboo-form handles and/or rims, hammered surfaces and each with an engraved W. Creamer and su... > Item Details
Bennington Three Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
Lot # 182 - Bennington Three Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1852-67, with excellent molding covered in brilliant tan Rockingham glaze over a pale tan body, 10.25" high to top of rim, 11.25" to top of handle, unmarked. Accompanied by 1976 letter of authentication from the Bennington Museum. (See Barret 1958: 32, plate 34 for a similar example.) > Item Details
Coin Silver Presentation Butter Tub,
Lot # 317 - Coin Silver Presentation Butter Tub,
New York, ca 1860-65, struck on base Wood & Hughes/900-1000, (active 1840-89), the lower portion with side handles and a pierced insert tray for ice; the domed lid surmounted by a detailed recumbent cow, the sides with floral chasing and repoussé work, the front having a cartouche, engraved To Capt ... > Item Details
Rare <i>J.D. Bagster</i> Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 189 - Rare J.D. Bagster Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
English, ca 1820-30, of buff colored stoneware modeled in high relief with scenes of a stag and boar hunt, the neck decorated with leafy hops vine and a scalloped design on the shoulder. The inscription Phillips & Bagster, Hanley is engraved on the collars of the mastiffs attacking the boar, and the... > Item Details
Handel Obverse Painted Leaf & Vine #6327,
Lot # 319 - Handel Obverse Painted Leaf & Vine #6327,
18" domical chipped shade with an obverse painted green leaf and vine border, ca 1916; supported by a signed Handel bronze base with original patina and acorn pulls, overall height 24". See Hibel, Hibel and Fontaine 1999: 91. > Item Details
Model of Schooner Yacht <i>Atlantic</i>,
Lot # 248 - Model of Schooner Yacht Atlantic,
American, 20th century, detailed model includes winch, ventilators, companionways, masts, booms, rigging and full suite of stitched linen sails, anchor and davit, deck lights, and more. The hull painted black above water line, red below. Mounted in a brass and inlaid mahogany and glass display case.... > Item Details
Seeburg  <i>Lilliputian</i> Nickelodeon,
Lot # 486 - Seeburg Lilliputian Nickelodeon,
built by the J.P. Seeburg Company of Chicago and also known as Seeburg Junior cabinet model, ca 1925-27, in quarter-sawn oak, having two doors with leaded glass and female masks on case sides. Serial #156511; 53" high x 37" wide x 23" deep. (See Bowers 1972: 605.) > Item Details
Anna Pottery Railroad Pig Advertising Bottle,
Lot # 237 - Anna Pottery Railroad Pig Advertising Bottle,
American, ca 1880s, by Wallace and Cornwall Kirkpatrick, Anna Pottery, Illinois. An Albany slip-glazed anatomically correct molded stoneware advertising pig bottle with hole at rear, incised hooves and facial details, incised on one side with the inscription St. Louis the future Capital in/From John... > Item Details
Two Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes,
Lot # 78 - Two Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes,
American, ca 1850-75, possibly Massachusetts. Oval bentwood "Harvard type" branded with the last name SPRAGUE; 4.375" long x 3.25" wide. > Item Details
Pietra Dura Dresser Box with Ormolu Mounts,
Lot # 412 - Pietra Dura Dresser Box with Ormolu Mounts,
Continental, first quarter 20th century, with floral inlay set in bamboo ormolu mounts, original silk lining; 7" long x 4" high x 4" deep. > Item Details
18th-Century American or English Floral Needlepoint,
Lot # 214 - 18th-Century American or English Floral Needlepoint,
a textile work depicting two floral arrangements, having Chinese porcelain bowls. It is worked in three separate pieces and joined with the narrowest strip in the center, mounted in an older wooden ogee frame; 11.5" high x 20.5" wide. > Item Details
Rookwood 19
Lot # 444 - Rookwood 19" Standard Glaze Vase by Shirayamandani,
American, 1894, in standard glaze shading from green to tan with decoration of tulips. Marked and dated with the Rookwood logo, shape 308, W for white clay, L and the artist's signature in Japanese; 19" high. > Item Details
Signed <i>E.P. Rose</i> Child's Windsor Chair,
Lot # 61 - Signed E.P. Rose Child's Windsor Chair,
Trenton, New Jersey, ca 1810-20. A slat-back Windsor side chair with impressed maker's name; 12" seat height, 25.5" overall height, 11" deep. (For literature on E.P.Rose see Evans 1996: 183-184, 1997: 158 and 218.) > Item Details
Peaseware Compote,
Lot # 7 - Peaseware Compote,
American, late 19th century, maple, 5" high x 6.5" top diameter x 4.125" base diameter. > Item Details
Vance Faience Four Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
Lot # 209 - Vance Faience Four Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1870, attributed to Ohio, impressed F possibly by the Vance Faience Co., Tiltonville, Ohio, from a Bennington mold. Yellow ware with green and teal glaze shading to blue and tan, with molded grapevines around the neck and dogs chasing a stag and boar; 11.75" high. > Item Details
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