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African American Wooden Doll,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th century; with jointed arms and legs; 10" long.
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Set of Four Reproduction  Windsor Chairs,
Lot # 402 - Set of Four Reproduction Windsor Chairs,
American, 20th century. Bow-back side chairs with a nine spindle back, shaped saddle seat, ball and baluster turnings on half-circle stretchers. With recreated worn black paint; 41" overall, 17.5" seat height. > Item Details
Regency Pole Screen,
Lot # 241 - Regency Pole Screen,
English, ca 1800-10, in rosewood, on a tripod stand with cartouche-framed screen having silk tapestry scene of chess game; 51.5" high. > Item Details
Shaker Tin Ladle,
Lot # 39 - Shaker Tin Ladle,
American, late 19th century, possibly Sabbath Day Lake, Maine; 4" high x 6.75" diameter x 11" long. > Item Details
Fine Pennsylvania Scalloped-Top Table,
Lot # 105 - Fine Pennsylvania Scalloped-Top Table,
probably Philadelphia, 18th century, with carved scalloped top in old dry surface, vasiform acanthus-carved pedestal on arched carved legs ending in extended claw and ball feet; 30.5" high x 28" diameter. > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate CXX <i>Pewee Flycatcher</i>
Lot # 216 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CXX Pewee Flycatcher
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 24 and upper right Plate CXXAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured ... > Item Details
William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Lot # 309 - William H. Howe (American, 1846-1929)
Pastoral Landscapeoil on panelsigned l.l. and dated To my friend A. DeWolf/ William H Howe 87inscribed on verso Presented to Edwin Allis DeWolf by his friend Will H. Howe the artist/ in Paris 1887 13.5" x 10" in a period gilt and gesso frame with newer interior frame > Item Details
Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
Lot # 330 - Gorham Arts and Crafts Beverage Set,
American, ca 1900-10, a pitcher and six beakers, leather over copper, rims and spout with Gorham trademarks and sterling, pitcher marked AY507; tumblers AY509, each mounted with a sterling shield monogrammed B; pitcher 8.5" high, tumblers 5.875" high. > Item Details
Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
Lot # 345 - Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
American, ca 1849-58, relief molded and covered in brown flint enamel with good mottling, unmarked; 5.5" x 4.25" (picture opening), 11.25" x 10" (outside dimensions). (See Barret 1958: 13, figure VIII-B for a similar example.) > Item Details
Kurdish Rug,
Lot # 508 - Kurdish Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 4'3" x 6'2". > Item Details
Preston Powers' Marble Bust of Cincinnatian Job Nash,
Lot # 311 - Preston Powers' Marble Bust of Cincinnatian Job Nash,
American, a white marble bust of Job M. Nash after the antique, signed and dated Preston Powers sculp 1884, 30.5" high.The masterful work of Preston Powers (1843-1931) continued the tradition of his father, renowned American sculptor Hiram Powers (1805-1873), in creating illuminative sculptural port... > Item Details
Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
Lot # 109 - Solar Lamp Attributed to H. Hooper,
American or English, 19th century, possibly manufactured by Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston. Brass and bronze stepped hexagonal column and base, pear shaped font and cut and etched blown glass "Oregon" style shade with vintage motifs and 6" fitter, hung with 15 "snowflake" prisms and beads, 15.5" to t... > Item Details
Burl Hair Receiver,
Lot # 413 - Burl Hair Receiver,
American, 19th century, finely turned footed globular form in maple with screw lid; 4" high x 3.25" wide. > Item Details
Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Lot # 48 - Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Dower Chest,
Berks County, dated 1787 along with owner's name CATDARINA (last name is illegible). Made of pine, the body is all joined by dovetailing and has an applied moulding around the front and sides of the base. On the underside are the original attached runners. The front and sides are decorated with tabl... > Item Details
Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
Lot # 396 - Four Tennessee Brace-Back Oak Windsors,
likely Washington County, Tenn., ca 1800-20, of mixed hardwoods, with shaped seats, bentwood arched backs, double-braced, tapered and scored spindles, faux bamboo legs and stretchers; 36" high x 16.5" seat height. (See Young 1997: 2, plate III. A similar pair sold at Brunck Auctions, June 2006, lot... > Item Details
Elsmore & Forster
Lot # 296 - Elsmore & Forster "Ceres" and "Laurel Wreath" Ironstone,
six articles, English, ca 1850, various raised and printed marks. Five pieces of "Ceres" pattern decorated in yellow lustre, including a large pitcher, covered sugar bowl, sugar bowl (no lid) and two open oval vegetable dishes; AND a "Laurel Wreath" covered sugar bowl with Washington medallion. Pitc... > Item Details
Pair of Sterling Corinthian Column Candlesticks,
Lot # 192 - Pair of Sterling Corinthian Column Candlesticks,
American, first quarter 20th century, struck with sterling and unicorn insignia of The Mauser Company, and 56310; 10" high. > Item Details
Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
Lot # 540 - Three Decorated New York Stoneware Jugs,
19th century, incised 3 gallon jug, marked Ottman Fort Edward with foliage design, 12.5" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked WM.E. Warner Manufactory West Troy with foliage design, 15" high; with 2 gallon jug, marked J. Burger Jr. Rochester N.Y. foliage and flower design, 12.75" high. > 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
Queen Anne Dish-Top Tea Table in Mahogany,
Lot # 100 - Queen Anne Dish-Top Tea Table in Mahogany,
Pennsylvania, 1740-60, having a two-board top with moulded edge, a baluster-shaped pedestal above arched cabriole legs and pad feet. Bird cage mechanism; 30" high x 35" diameter. > Item Details
Historical Blue Staffordshire Pitcher,
Lot # 126 - Historical Blue Staffordshire Pitcher,
English, ca 1825, by Enoch Wood and Sons, Burslem, depicting Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb; 6.5" high. > Item Details
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