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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Yellow Ware Spaniel in Cobalt Glaze,
Lot # 520 - Yellow Ware Spaniel in Cobalt Glaze,
American, probably Ohio, ca 1880. Seated form with separate front legs and a curled tail, resting on an embossed base with floral motifs, 10" high x 8" long x 4.5" wide. (See McAllister 1997, Book I: 90, top right, for a similar example.) > Item Details
21 Books on Southern History,
Lot # 548 - 21 Books on Southern History,
an assortment of texts that focus on the History of Tennessee; includes History of Tennessee: East Tennessee Edition, 1886.Tennessee, by Wilma Dykeman, 1979.Some Tennessee Rarities, by Ronald R. Allen, 1973.Stories of Early Inns and Taverns of the East Tennessee Country, by LaReine Warden Clayton, 1... > Item Details
Silhouette of Man and Greyhound,
Lot # 167 - Silhouette of Man and Greyhound,
English, ca 1840. Cut paper pasted depicting gentleman in cap and a dog, both are facing each other, in a bird's-eye maple frame; 10.5" x 12.5". > Item Details
Lot of American Coin Silver including <i>Mitchell & Tyler</i>,
Lot # 329 - Lot of American Coin Silver including Mitchell & Tyler,
22 pieces, ca 1847, all "Fiddle Thread" pattern. Includes 15 manufactured by Gale & Hayden (New York, 1845-50), retailed by Mitchell & Tyler (Richmond, Va., 1845-66). Includes a 14" basting spoon, 8 dinner forks, 3 table spoons, 3 soup spoons; 6 grapefruit spoons by Ball, Black & Co. and a master bu... > Item Details
Cobalt Book Flask <i>History of Holland</i>,
Lot # 521 - Cobalt Book Flask History of Holland,
American, ca 1860-80, in yellow ware covered in a slate blue glaze modelled as a book; 5.5" high x 4.5" across x 2" deep. > Item Details
Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
Lot # 114 - Sinumbra Lamp Attributed to Messenger,
English, second quarter 19th century, probably manufactured by Messenger & Sons, Birmingham, but also pictured in the 1850 catalog for Henry N. Hooper & Co., Boston, as No. 176 (base) and No. 505 (standard), (not listed in Hooper's descriptive catalog). Of patinated bronze depicting a neoclassical m... > Item Details
Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
Lot # 27 - Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
Americanca 1800unsigned34" x 26"Identified on verso, written in period script on the stretcher, Robt. Fulton. Robert Fulton (1765-1815) was an engineer and inventor given credit for the first successful steam-powered steamboat. > Item Details
Two 19th-Century Painted Splint Baskets,
Lot # 406 - Two 19th-Century Painted Splint Baskets,
American. One has traces of bittersweet colored paint; 7.5" top diameter x 9" high. Also likely an Eastern Woodland Indian basket, having paint of yellow and green; 6" wide x 7" high. > Item Details
Rare Bennington Miniature Pitcher and Basins,
Lot # 352 - Rare Bennington Miniature Pitcher and Basins,
American, ca 1849-56, in Rockingham glaze, unmarked. Pitcher 3.125" high to top of handle; bowls 1.625" high x 3.75" diameter. (See Barrett 1976: 342, plate 450-F for a similar example.) > Item Details
Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
Lot # 212 - Two Canadian Goose Decoys,
early 20th century. Both have removable heads and sets of holes in the bottoms (for stakes); 26.5" long x 15" high, 22" long x 11.5" high (sleeping). > Item Details
French Papier Mâché Wallpaper Box,
Lot # 37 - French Papier Mâché Wallpaper Box,
ca 1800. Top depicts a soldier with basket of flowers, inside wallpaper lined; 2.5" high x 4.5" wide x 7" long. > Item Details
<i>U.S.S. Gen. J.C. Breckenridge</i> WWII Diorama,
Lot # 204 - U.S.S. Gen. J.C. Breckenridge WWII Diorama,
ca 1940-60; its first operational voyage was to France in 1945; it was inactivated in 1966; 11.5" high x 24" wide x 3" deep. > Item Details
Set of Old Paris Tableware with Southern Provenance,
Lot # 297 - Set of Old Paris Tableware with Southern Provenance,
82 pieces, French, mid-19th century, unmarked, decorated with pink border with gold trim, and scalloped edges to the plates and bowls. Includes: 6 luncheon plates, 9.5"; 12 salad plates, 7.25"; 8 hand-painted dessert plates with various fruits, 8.5"; 4 butter dishes, 2.75"; 7 berry bowls, 5.25"; 8 ... > Item Details
Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
Lot # 427 - Sheraton One-Drawer Stand,
American, ca 1800-20. Has a square cherry wood top, bird's-eye maple and cherry veneered skirt that contains one full-width drawer; likely original brass pulls. All supported by four slender turned and reeded cherry legs; 25.75" high x 18" wide x 17.5" deep. > Item Details
Folk Portrait of a Lady in a Lace Bonnet
Lot # 313 - Folk Portrait of a Lady in a Lace Bonnet
American or Englishca 1830soil on canvasunsignedin bird's-eye maple frame24.25" x 20.75" > Item Details
Two Treen Rolling Pins from Cincinnati Bakeries,
Lot # 418 - Two Treen Rolling Pins from Cincinnati Bakeries,
ca 1900. One is identified from "Loesck Bakery" having rosewood handles; 21.25". The other is a springerle type from "Weirs Bakery"; 19.5". > Item Details
Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 239 - Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
English or American, ca 1800-20, with pine secondary wood; 45" high x 44.75" wide x 20.75" deep. > Item Details
Signed <i>Andrieu</i> Wax Portrait of Napoleon,
Lot # 158 - Signed Andrieu Wax Portrait of Napoleon,
mounted on a black painted glass ground. Enclosed in 4.875" x 5.875" (frame). > Item Details
Red Paint -Decorated  Chest,
Lot # 46 - Red Paint -Decorated Chest,
American, ca 1820-50. A latticework design, iron handles and constructed with nails; 20" high x 38" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
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