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.

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Unpolished, some denting.
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Jeweled and Beveled Glass Transom,
Lot # 485 - Jeweled and Beveled Glass Transom,
late 19th century, with 23 jewels, central fan design and geometric background, 19" x 68". > Item Details
Pittsburgh Reverse Painted Maple Leaf,
Lot # 320 - Pittsburgh Reverse Painted Maple Leaf,
ca 1900-1926, attributed to the Pittsburgh Lamp Base & Glass Co, with 18" conical reverse and obverse painted shade with apron, decorated with maple leaves against a brown background; supported by a Pittsburgh bronze "owl" base with original patina, overall height 23". > Item Details
Group of Sheep Lithographs by Prof. Low,
Lot # 81 - Group of Sheep Lithographs by Prof. Low,
ca 1840s, from Low's pioneering work "The Breeds of the Domestic Animals of the British Islands", which illustrated the forerunners of all of today's most important breeds of horses, cows, sheep and pigs. Seventeen lithographs printed in colors, with hand-coloring, from drawings by William Nicholson... > Item Details
Pair of Full-Length Painted Silhouettes,
Lot # 3 - Pair of Full-Length Painted Silhouettes,
British (Pitsford), 19th century, of sitters Edward Bull and his second wife, Mrs. Mary Pell. Partial genealogy on verso, artist unknown. In bird's-eye maple frames with gold liners; 6" x 8.625". > Item Details
Bennington Six Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
Lot # 183 - Bennington Six Quart Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1852-67, in Rockingham glazed earthenware, 11.5" high to top of rim, 12.25" to top of handle, unmarked. (See Barret 1958: 31, plate 33 for a similar example.) > Item Details
Herez Room-Sized Rug,
Lot # 528 - Herez Room-Sized Rug,
Persian, ca 1920, in colors of brown, red, and blue; 10'11.5" x 7'8.5" (334.01 cm x 234.95 cm). > 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
<i>Herschede No. 89</i> Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 277 - Herschede No. 89 Tall Case Clock,
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1915, with cut and layered bronze, brass and silvered dial with seconds dial above center, Whittington, Canterbury and Westminster chime dial upper left, silent/chime, upper right with phase-of-the-moon dial in arch, with Herschede crown mark; brass three weight-driven nine tube ti... > Item Details
Mid-Atlantic 19th-Century Cigar Store Indian,
Lot # 125 - Mid-Atlantic 19th-Century Cigar Store Indian,
Baltimore-Wilmington area, ca 1850-80. The figure of painted pine holds tobacco leaves in one hand and further down to his back side sits a bundle of cigars on a block, on the opposite side the other hand rests on a block; 5.5" base height, 34" overall height.This is an Indian figure having the same... > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo <i>Purple Martin</i> and <i>Fork-tailed Flycatcher</i>,
Lot # 103 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Purple Martin and Fork-tailed Flycatcher,
two lithographs printed in colors, with hand-coloring, by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia, 1840, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, framed; plates about 6.5" x 10.5". > Item Details
New Haven <i>Occidental</i> Mirror Side Shelf Clock,
Lot # 517 - New Haven Occidental Mirror Side Shelf Clock,
ca 1911, New Haven Clock Co., in walnut with mirror sides, metal mask and standing cherubs. Eight-day time and gong strike movement with 6" dial and patent dial pendulum. Remains of label on the back; 24.25" high x 16.5" wide x 5.25" deep. > Item Details
Peaseware Hair Receiver and Two Sewing Notions,
Lot # 113 - Peaseware Hair Receiver and Two Sewing Notions,
American, second half 19th century to early 20th century, maple and walnut, one with intact label Pease-Brown, Painesville, Ohio. > Item Details
Shaker Swift  with Table Clamp,
Lot # 73 - Shaker Swift with Table Clamp,
American, maple with original surface, late 19th to early 20th century; 18.5" high x 24.5" diameter. > Item Details
Henry Lawrence Faulkner (American, 1924-1981)
Lot # 465 - Henry Lawrence Faulkner (American, 1924-1981)
The Trumpeteeroil on masonite, with painted framesigned in centerinscribed on verso: Trumpeteer/ For Olve Lenor/ Faulkner/ 7413.5" x 9.5", including frame > Item Details
Anna Pottery Stoneware Railroad Pig Bottle,
Lot # 235 - Anna Pottery Stoneware Railroad Pig Bottle,
American, ca 1880s, by Wallace and Cornwall Kirkpatrick, Anna Pottery, Illinois. An Albany slip-glazed anatomically correct molded stoneware pig bottle with hole at rear, incised hooves and facial details, incised on one side with the inscription St. Louis the future capital/Latest and Only Reliable... > Item Details
Three Carved Folk Art Canes,
Lot # 156 - Three Carved Folk Art Canes,
late 19th to early 20th century, including: claw and ball grip, 36" long; eagle grasping snake and peasant scenes, 36" long; ball grip inscribed Bert Bolles Maker also with initials W.T. Lewis, having snakes and foliage, 34" long. > Item Details
Audubon First Octavo Quadrupeds <i>Virginia Deer</i>,
Lot # 109 - Audubon First Octavo Quadrupeds Virginia Deer,
lithograph printed in colors, with hand-coloring, by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia, 1845-48, after designs by John James Audubon and John Woodhouse Audubon, respectively, on unwatermarked wove paper, in good condition with text pages included, framed; plate 6.75" x 10.5". > Item Details
Chandelier with Floral and Incised Decoration,
Lot # 282 - Chandelier with Floral and Incised Decoration,
third quarter 19th century, having six arms with 30 lights in dark patina with gilt bronze accents; measuring 43" wide, 43" drop. > Item Details
Ferdinand Kaufmann (American, 1864-1942)
Lot # 461 - Ferdinand Kaufmann (American, 1864-1942)
California Promenadeoil on boardsigned l.r.10" x 15" > Item Details
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