Lot 16    

Set of Six Pewter Baluster Measures,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
English, 19th century, all bellied in sizes to include: quart, pint, half pint each marked James Yates; also gill, half gill and quarter gill.

Condition:  
Unpolished, some denting.
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Pair of Brass  and Iron Torchieres with Marble Base,
Lot # 288 - Pair of Brass and Iron Torchieres with Marble Base,
American, ca 1920, each having five candelabra bulbs surrounding a central taller candelabra with brass and iron filigree accents and base; 73" high, 14" wide. > Item Details
Four Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
Lot # 383 - Four Pulled-Feather Art Glass Shades,
with gold lining, unsigned; 2.25" fitter, 6.75" high. Matches lot 363 > Item Details
Large Eagle on Ball,  Copper Weathervane,
Lot # 220 - Large Eagle on Ball, Copper Weathervane,
American, late 19th century. A spread-winged, full bodied and cast head eagle, having a verdigris surface with remnants of gilding, mounted on a modern metal stand; 21" high, 24" wide. > Item Details
Parian Figural Group
Lot # 470 - Parian Figural Group "Ariadne and the Panther",
English, ca 1847-51, attributed to Mintons, after the sculpture by M.H. von Dannecker (1758-1841). Modeled for Minton by John Bell (1812-1895) as a companion to his "Una and the Lion" of 1851; 14.75" high x 11.5" long x 5.5" deep. > Item Details
Lady's Writing Desk with Floral Marquetry,
Lot # 405 - Lady's Writing Desk with Floral Marquetry,
Continental, ca 1870-1900, a bombé case with fall front and fitted interior with floral inlaid stepped drawers and prospect door, the case having a scalloped apron and rising on cabriole legs; 37" high x 35" wide x 20" deep. > Item Details
Alphonse T. Toran (American, 1896-1965)
Lot # 547 - Alphonse T. Toran (American, 1896-1965)
A Pair of Exotic Still Lifes with Birdseach oil on masonitesigned l.r.each 17.5" x 6.5" > Item Details
American Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
Lot # 489 - American Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
ca 1910, domical 24" shade with polychromatic lyre design, attributed to Williamson, 17" high. > Item Details
Maylayer Antique Rug,
Lot # 531 - Maylayer Antique Rug,
Persian, 20th century, in colors of red, orange, and blue; 3'3" x 15'3" (99.06 cm x 464.82 cm). > Item Details
Two Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes of Diminutive Size,
Lot # 77 - Two Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes of Diminutive Size,
American, ca 1850-75. Oval bentwood "Harvard type," with copper tacks; 1.5" high x 2.25" wide x 3.125" long, and 0.75" high x 1.5" wide x 2.25" long. > Item Details
19th-Century American Alphabet Stick and Busk,
Lot # 27 - 19th-Century American Alphabet Stick and Busk,
first is a hand-carved stick of maple, inscribed RDGINA JOBERHEISEREN, also decorations including: tulip, ewers, goblets; 24.25" long x 1.25" wide x 0.5" thick. The other is a bird's-eye maple busk with various shapes of inlay, including a heart, also incised potted trees and cross-hatching design; ... > Item Details
Four Lustre Art Heart and Vine Shades,
Lot # 381 - Four Lustre Art Heart and Vine Shades,
with gold threading, scalloped edge and gold lining, signed Lustre Art at rim; 2.25 fitter, 5.5" high. > Item Details
Six Quezal Heart and Vine Shades,
Lot # 354 - Six Quezal Heart and Vine Shades,
with gold threading and gold lining, signed Quezal at rim; 2.25" fitter, 5.5" high. > Item Details
Two Hound Handle
Lot # 181 - Two Hound Handle "Druid" Lip Rockingham Pitchers,
American, 1858-76, attributed to Henry Speeler & Co., Trenton, New Jersey. Both with relief molded stags leaping over fawns and boars leaping over vultures or eagles feeding on a carcass, one in Rockingham glaze, the other covered in blue, green, ochre and tan enamel; 8.5" to top of spout. > Item Details
Large Round Hutch Table,
Lot # 63 - Large Round Hutch Table,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, constructed of mixed woods. The four-board batten-braced top is supported by bench with baluster-turned legs; refinished; 29.5" high x 58" diameter. > Item Details
17th-Century Dutch Brass Candlestick,
Lot # 23 - 17th-Century Dutch Brass Candlestick,
ca 1650-80, having baluster and ball turnings that separate the drip pan; 7" high. (See Schiffer 1978: 147.) > Item Details
Three-Weight Vienna Regulator,
Lot # 526 - Three-Weight Vienna Regulator,
German, ca 1880-1900, walnut case with stamped brass rosettes, brass eight-day triple-weight driven time and strike movement, enameled dial with Arabic numerals, fancy embossed pendulum and tin can type weights; 50" high x 19" wide x 8.25" deep. > Item Details
Set of Salamander Hound Handle Rockingham Pitchers,
Lot # 171 - Set of Salamander Hound Handle Rockingham Pitchers,
American, ca 1850-75, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, attributed to the Salamander Works, Woodbridge, New Jersey, having a hunt scene of hounds attacking a stag on one side, and a boar being attacked by mastiffs on the other, the neck decorated with a leafy hop vine and flowers, a scalloped design... > Item Details
19th Century Western Landscape
Lot # 324 - 19th Century Western Landscape
oil on canvasdepicting a pair of steer driving a hay wagonunsigned9.5" x 15.5" > Item Details
Adam Emory Albright  (American, 1862-1957)
Lot # 460 - Adam Emory Albright (American, 1862-1957)
Children Along the Coastoil on canvassigned l.l.housed in the original frame, possibly crafted by the artist and with identical pigment in the lining as in the sky20" x 30" > Item Details
Architectural Tramp Art Frame,
Lot # 34 - Architectural Tramp Art Frame,
American or German, ca 1875-1900, wood from cigar boxes. A rectangular form having a pediment top, original finish with crazing and a rich, warm patina; 27" high x 28.5" wide. > Item Details
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