Lot 17    

Folk Art Watercolor and Ink Portrait,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
ca 1840s, depicting an African American girl holding a basket. Inscribed: Adelia, painted by Sister Devola Daughters of the Finches. Monday morning. Went to school. Westport, Mass. In a period frame; 7.5" x 5.5" (sight), 10.75" x 9" (w/frame).

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Water stained.
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Chippendale Bowfront Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 136 - Chippendale Bowfront Chest of Drawers,
American, possibly Rhode Island, ca 1760-80, in mahogany with pine secondary, having a conforming one-board top over four graduated, cockbeaded drawers; with ogee bracket feet; 32.5" high x 42" wide x 23.5" deep. > Item Details
Pair of Coin Silver Master Salts, Plus,
Lot # 188 - Pair of Coin Silver Master Salts, Plus,
English and American. Two cauldron form master salts with worn gold wash, 3" diameter x 1.25" high; together with two salt and pepper casters marked sterling, 5" high. 13.985 ozt. (435 g). > Item Details
Swan Hill <i>Emma</i> Hunt Scene Presentation Pitcher,
Lot # 448 - Swan Hill Emma Hunt Scene Presentation Pitcher,
American, ca 1850s, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, attributed to the Swan Hill Pottery, South Amboy, N.J., with high relief design of riders and hounds approaching a stag, raised oak leaf design below rim and name EMMA in raised letters below spout. Handle molded to represent a tree branch. Appli... > Item Details
Hepplewhite Demilune Card Table,
Lot # 253 - Hepplewhite Demilune Card Table,
early 19th century, two board top of figured mahogany, with crossbanding and inlay. Quadrangular tapered legs with light wood edge stringing and collared feet; 28" high x 36" wide x 17" deep. > Item Details
Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
Lot # 123 - Group of Gaudy Tablewares,
lot of nine, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes a "Single Rose" Gaudy Dutch waste bowl, four gaudy cream pitchers, two bowls, a bat printed milk jug and a vase, all unmarked. Waste bowl is 3" high x 6.25" diameter; largest jug is 4.75" high. > Item Details
Rockingham Hound Handle Toy Pitcher,
Lot # 349 - Rockingham Hound Handle Toy Pitcher,
probably English, mid-19th century, depicting hounds attacking a stag and boar, unmarked; 3.25" overall height. > Item Details
Eight Sterling Goblets,
Lot # 337 - Eight Sterling Goblets,
American, 20th century, assembled set. Four each by R. Wallace & Sons and International Sterling, all with gold washed bowls and engraved A.H.P. on underside of base; 6.75" high. 33.04 ozt. (1027 g) total weight. > Item Details
Wax Portrait of Inigo Jones, Signed Flaxman,
Lot # 156 - Wax Portrait of Inigo Jones, Signed Flaxman,
below shoulder. English. Label on verso reads Inigo Jones. Loan No. 9. In wooden shadow box frame; 6.825" x 7.825" (frame). John Flaxman (British, 1755-1826), a noted sculptor, was enrolled at the Royal Academy in 1770, an institution he remained associated with his entire life. He began working for... > Item Details
Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
Lot # 488 - Rare Rockingham Spaniel Doorstop,
American, East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1860, of glazed yellow ware covered in tan, ochre and brown. Unusual forward facing seated form with separate front legs, smooth face and long nose, and right eye closed as if winking. Base originally produced as a baking/serving dish; 11.5" high x 11" long x 8" de... > Item Details
Melodeon in Rosewood,
Lot # 437 - Melodeon in Rosewood,
probably English, ca 1860, with beaded decoration, shaped stretcher and lyre-shaped trestle ends; 29" high x 37" wide x 18.5" deep. > Item Details
Early Pittsburgh Blown Candlestick,
Lot # 72 - Early Pittsburgh Blown Candlestick,
American, ca 1810-25, free blown of lead glass, with tapered hollow shaft joined to stem and base by wafers and knops ending in a flat circular foot with rough pontil, retains pewter insert, 9.5" high. > Item Details
Poodle Folk Carving Attributed to Aaron Mountz,
Lot # 15 - Poodle Folk Carving Attributed to Aaron Mountz,
Pennsylvania German carver (American, 1873-1949). Pennsylvania, ca 1930; 4.5" long x 3" wide. > Item Details
Two Splint Baskets,
Lot # 408 - Two Splint Baskets,
American, ca 1900, large two handled basket; 14" high, 20" diameter, and a late 19th century egg basket; 11" high, 13" long. > Item Details
The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
Lot # 497 - The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
oil on canvasunsignedverso, on stretcher The Old Norfolk Breed coinciding with name plate on frame and framer's label of W. Boswell & Sons, 48, London Street, Norwich ___.32.25" x 25" > Item Details
Two-Handled Ovoid Stoneware Jar,
Lot # 529 - Two-Handled Ovoid Stoneware Jar,
American, ca 1820. Strap handles and marked 6 gallons, interior covered in a brick red glaze; 16" high. > Item Details
Three Butter Prints, including Eagle, Strawberry,
Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
Lot # 8 - Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
American, Three Rivers, Mich., ca 1900-20, artist; 10.75". > Item Details
Bennington
Lot # 356 - Bennington "Alternate Rib" Teapot,
American, ca 1844-58, in flint enamel with green mottling to lid, Fenton 1849 mark "A"; 6.5" high. > Item Details
Solar Lamp Attributed to Henry N. Hooper & Co.,
Lot # 110 - Solar Lamp Attributed to Henry N. Hooper & Co.,
American, ca 1850, of gilt lacquered brass and bronze, with reeded standard raised on a square marble plinth, cut and etched bulbous "Oregon" style shade with vine and berry motifs and 6" fitter resting on a pear shaped font. Later spider/shade ring hung with 14 "snowflake" prisms and faceted beads,... > Item Details
Slip-Decorated Ovoid Jug, Westerwald,
Lot # 538 - Slip-Decorated Ovoid Jug, Westerwald,
German, with foliage and flower, incised neck with banding; 13.5" high. > Item Details
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