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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Wear and browning from use on back.
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American Diorama of a Schooner and Lighthouse,
Lot # 250 - American Diorama of a Schooner and Lighthouse,
late 19th century, in a glazed wooden case; 15.5" high x 29.5" wide. > Item Details
Figural Herm Pilaster,
Lot # 345 - Figural Herm Pilaster,
in oak, 1860-1900, rectangular, tapering wood post bearing a carved head, usually of Hermes, used for decorative purposes; measuring 38" high x 10.5" wide x 6" deep. > Item Details
A Lady and Gentleman, Pair of Watercolor Portraits,
Lot # 54 - A Lady and Gentleman, Pair of Watercolor Portraits,
American or English, mid-19th century, full-length profiles, both are facing each other and seated. Both are in original bird's-eye maple frames with gilt trim; 11.5" high x 10" wide. > Item Details
<i>Heinz</i> Silver Overlay Vase,
Lot # 445 - Heinz Silver Overlay Vase,
New York, 1900-30, a bronze vase with sterling silverwork decoration. On base, stamped 8622, the metalshop mark, sterling on bronze, and pat aug 2712; 12.75" tall. > 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
Kerman Rug,
Lot # 527 - Kerman Rug,
Persian, first quarter 20th century, in colors of blue and cream; 11'4" x 24'2" (348.9 cm x 737.6 cm). > Item Details
Victorian Firescreen with Beadwork,
Lot # 142 - Victorian Firescreen with Beadwork,
English, 1835-45, a mahogany stand with firescreen of cross-stitching and beadwork, supported on upward scrolled feet. Old shop label on screen frame reads, NANNELLI - FLORENCE - NEW YORK; 63" high x 18.5" wide at base. > Item Details
Alfred A. Waters (British, 1849-1912)
Lot # 428 - Alfred A. Waters (British, 1849-1912)
Fisherman's Cottage in Cornwallwatercolor on papersigned l.l., with plaque containing title15" x 23" > Item Details
Pairpoint Reverse Painted Seascape on Dolphin Base,
Lot # 497 - Pairpoint Reverse Painted Seascape on Dolphin Base,
16" shade, with reverse painted nautical seascape and sailing ships, artist signed C. Durand (neƩ Adolphe Frederick); supported by a marked Pairpoint silver plated dolphin base, overall height 24". > Item Details
Fancy Five Light Electric Chandelier,
Lot # 364 - Fancy Five Light Electric Chandelier,
ca 1910, probably Sheffield, with four outer arms and single central light, also with five unsigned gold aurene shades; measuring 20" wide, 16" drop. > Item Details
American School <i>1796 Family Record</i> Watercolor,
Lot # 211 - American School 1796 Family Record Watercolor,
pen and ink on laid paper, for Nathaniel Hoyt and Elizabeth Leeds, married February 10, 1745; 11.5" high x 8.25" wide. > Item Details
Renaissance Revival Medallion Table,
Lot # 276 - Renaissance Revival Medallion Table,
attributed to Kilian Bros., New York, (active ca 1856-1920) for the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition. Marquetry inlay image of George Washington, laurel-wreathed encircled, surmounted by an eagle with American flags, and flanked by dates 1776 and 1876. Below the bust is a shield of 13 stars. ... > Item Details
Audubon First Octavo Quadrupeds <i>Virginia Deer</i>,
Lot # 109 - Audubon First Octavo Quadrupeds Virginia Deer,
lithograph printed in colors, with hand-coloring, by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia, 1845-48, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.5". > 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
Coin Silver Julep Cup by David Kinsey,
Lot # 261 - Coin Silver Julep Cup by David Kinsey,
beaker or julep cup, marked D.KINSEY (Cincinnati, Ohio, working 1861-71), with an applied rim and foot; 3.5" tall, 3.8 ozt. (120 g). > Item Details
French Provincial,  Walnut  Slide-Lid Box,
Lot # 123 - French Provincial, Walnut Slide-Lid Box,
late 19th century, hand-carved florals, braided tassels, scroll feet and other decorations; 16.5" high x 7" wide x 4.5" deep. > Item Details
Tiffany Vase with Gilt Bronze Base,
Lot # 449 - Tiffany Vase with Gilt Bronze Base,
a fluted gold Favrile trumpet vase having a parcel-gilt bronze foot with impressed foundry mark Louis C. Tiffany Furnaces, Inc. no.158; 18" high, 5.5" base diameter. > Item Details
White Marble Doric Column Pedestal,
Lot # 340 - White Marble Doric Column Pedestal,
ca 1870-1900, with octagonal base, wood and rod interior support; 35.5" high x 14.25" wide x 12.5" deep. > Item Details
Tramp Art Sewing Box with Women's Photos,
Lot # 32 - Tramp Art Sewing Box with Women's Photos,
American, ca 1900. A photo of two young women on lid, a full-length costumed woman on the interior lid. The box has a removable tray, with five intact pin cushions, over three divided compartments; metal floral knobs on each side; with an original finish; 8" high x 17" wide x 13" deep. > Item Details
Beiser & Fischer Amber Figural Pig Bottle,
Lot # 227 - Beiser & Fischer Amber Figural Pig Bottle,
American, ca 1865-75. Deep golden amber figural pig with smooth base and applied double collar mouth. Molded BEISER & FISHER/NY; 9.625" long x 4" high. > Item Details
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