Lot 21    

Memorial Portrait of a Little Girl with Roses
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
oil on canvas
unsigned
31.25" x 25.25"


Condition:  
Repaired tear in canvas at lower left, relined, minor inpainting. Could use a light cleaning.
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Four Assorted American Pewter Items,
Lot # 300 - Four Assorted American Pewter Items,
American, all 19th century, footed baptismal basin, 5" high x 8" diameter and 5.25" base diameter; pair unmarked #52 Meriden Britannia "sparking lamps," 3.25" high x 2.75" base diameter; beaker/tumbler, incised, 3" high x 2.125" base, diameter flaring to 3" top diameter. > Item Details
After Raeburn (Scotland, 1756-1823)
Lot # 318 - After Raeburn (Scotland, 1756-1823)
Portrait of Miss Bessie Croxdaleearly 19th or late 18th centuryoil on canvasunsigned17" x 14.5" > Item Details
Two Signed Tennessee Fan-Back Windsors,
Lot # 398 - Two Signed Tennessee Fan-Back Windsors,
20th century, of oak and hickory, inscribed Made September 1983 by Claude Phillips/Greenville, Tenn. 35.5" high x 17" seat height. > Item Details
19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
Lot # 55 - 19th-Century Watercolor Theorem in Gilt Frame,
American, with greens, blue, reds, brown and pencil of fruits and foliage on paper; 9.5" x 7.5" (sight), 11.5" x 9.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Chippendale Slant Front Desk,
Lot # 237 - Chippendale Slant Front Desk,
American, probably Delaware Valley, ca 1770-80, in walnut with poplar secondary wood. Slant front over fitted interior, with pigeon holes over two drawers over one long drawer; 44.25" high x 42" wide x 20.5" deep. > Item Details
New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 368 - New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
ca 1790-1810, with hand-painted wooden dial, 30-hour wooden weight driven time and strike movement. Case is poplar with original dark varnish finish; interior or door signed in period ink Harry G. Button/Wethersfield, (likely Wethersfield, Conn., south of Hartford); 84.5" high x 17.4" wide x 10.24" ... > Item Details
English George III Mahogany Armchair,
Lot # 139 - English George III Mahogany Armchair,
ca 1750-70, with backsweeping rear legs and tapered quadrangular front legs. Reupholstered slip seat; 38" high x 17" seat height. > Item Details
Rare Rockingham Covered Ale Pitcher,
Lot # 447 - Rare Rockingham Covered Ale Pitcher,
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
Two Shorebirds Signed <i>Jim Slack</i>, PLUS,
Lot # 215 - Two Shorebirds Signed Jim Slack, PLUS,
an American carved and painted shorebird, early 20th century, 15" high; signed birds, 20th century; 7" high and 11.5" high. > Item Details
18th-Century Painted Dome Top Box,
Lot # 43 - 18th-Century Painted Dome Top Box,
English or Continental, of oak with dovetailed construction and forged iron hardware, in blue paint with later decoration of crosses at each end and T.O.S./School and the date 1829; 10" high x 17.5" long x 11" deep. > Item Details
Two Shaker Pantry Boxes,
Lot # 34 - Two Shaker Pantry Boxes,
American, ca 1850-75. Oval bentwood "Harvard type," with copper tacks; 2.5" high x 4.75" wide x 6.25" long, 1.75" high x 3.5" wide x 4.75" long. > Item Details
Bennington Phrenological Head Inkwell,
Lot # 340 - Bennington Phrenological Head Inkwell,
American, ca 1850-59, of white graniteware. Skull marked with black, base with cobalt, weakly impressed within a cartouche on front By F. Bridges/Phrenologist, 5.5" high. (See Barret 1978: 311, plate 405) > Item Details
Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, PLUS,
Lot # 186 - Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, PLUS,
English, ca 1835, fully marked inside sockets 286/D*S and on foot for Dixon & Sons, 11.25" high; together with a later covered vegetable dish with gadroon trim, 14.5" long x 3.5" high. > Item Details
Surveyor's Compass Made By Joseph M. Wightman,
Lot # 229 - Surveyor's Compass Made By Joseph M. Wightman,
American, ca 1830-61, of brass with silvered dial engraved Joseph M. Wightman/Boston with fleur-di-lis at north. Two spirits levels and sights. In original fitted box lacking lid; 14.5" x 5.75" without sights. Webster's Database of Scientific Instruments indicates that Wightman worked in Boston 1830... > Item Details
Karaja Rug,
Lot # 278 - Karaja Rug,
Persia, third quarter 20th century; 3'8" x 14'5". > Item Details
Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 428 - Ohio Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers,
ca 1830-40, with chestnut and mixed secondary woods. Two over five graduated drawers; the bottom three are flanked by half turned columns; 45" high x 40" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
Gabeh Rug
Lot # 509 - Gabeh Rug
Romania, late 20th century, wool rug with three central diamonds; 6 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft. 6 in. (80 x 114 in., ...cm). > Item Details
Finely Woven Caucasian Area Rug,
Lot # 272 - Finely Woven Caucasian Area Rug,
Shirvan, southern Russia, made for export after the Bolshevik Revolution, first quarter 20th century; 4'5" x 2'10". > Item Details
19th-Century Wood Milliner's Model,
Lot # 13 - 19th-Century Wood Milliner's Model,
Continental, ca 1830, with jointed limbs and original paint; 13" high. > Item Details
Pair of  Sterling
Lot # 327 - Pair of Sterling "Castles" Pattern Tazzas,
American, early 20th century. Made and retailed by The Loring Andrews Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. Each marked sterling/Loring Andrews/Cincinnati U.S.A./57, center monogrammed, FWE and engraved, Florence E. Warrington, under rim; 6" high, 9 ozt. (280 g) each; 18 ozt. (560 g) total weight. > Item Details
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