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.

Unpolished, some denting.
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Cast Iron Revolving Bookcase,
Lot # 298 - Cast Iron Revolving Bookcase,
American, late 19th century, stamped Norwich; 52" high, 16" square. > Item Details
Model of Tramp Steamer <i>Excalibur</i>,
Lot # 253 - Model of Tramp Steamer Excalibur,
American, 20th century, after 1920s Tramp Steamer Excalibur, having cargo masts, booms, winches and tacket, deck hatches, scuppers, funnels, a built-up wheelhouse with controls and wing bridges and two lifeboats, rigged to davits. Mounted in display case with satinwood fan inlay and brass and glass ... > Item Details
Empire or Late Classical Mahogany Work Table,
Lot # 272 - Empire or Late Classical Mahogany Work Table,
American, ca 1850, two drawer, drop leaf, fitted interior with pull-out cloth work basket; 30" high x 18.5" wide x 22.5" deep. > Item Details
Monumental 10-Gallon Stoneware Crock,
Lot # 160 - Monumental 10-Gallon Stoneware Crock,
attributed to West Virginia, ca 1860-75, slightly wavy sides having applied lug handles; freehand cobalt feather decorations, a number 10 and lines with incised rings on the neck and mid-section; 19.12" high; 12" diameter. > Item Details
Aesthetic Silverplate Tea Service in the <i>Japonisme</i> Style,
Lot # 311 - Aesthetic Silverplate Tea Service in the Japonisme Style,
seven pieces, American, ca 1879-90, by Meriden Silver Plate Co. of Meriden, Connecticut, marked with applied circular medallion with lion. Unusual "butler" tray and footed forms with Japanese-inspired motifs; tray, 37.5" long, three covered pots, all 12" high, covered sugar bowl, 8" high, creamer an... > Item Details
Hand-Painted Berlin Plaque,
Lot # 388 - Hand-Painted Berlin Plaque,
Continental, 19th century, with hand-painted neoclassical scene set in a bronzed rococo frame; 4.25" x 6.25". > Item Details
French Art Nouveau Chandelier,
Lot # 367 - French Art Nouveau Chandelier,
with four outer shades, center shade and ladies' faces on body; measuring 21" wide, 32" drop. > Item Details
Limoges Cobalt and Gilt Tete-a-tete Set,
Lot # 416 - Limoges Cobalt and Gilt Tete-a-tete Set,
Continental, by P.M. Mavaleix and Granger, ca 1922-38, consisting of handled tray, teapot, cream, covered sugar and two cups, hand-painted with cavorting cherubs in landscapes on a cobalt ground and embellished by gilding, artist signed Furlaud; tray is 16" long x 13.25" wide, teapot is 5.25" high. > Item Details
Handel Chipped Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape,
Lot # 307 - Handel Chipped Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape,
18" domical shade with reverse painted sunset landscape of trees along a marshy waterway, signed Handel/#6625, ca 1924, supported by a lobed bronzed metal base with verde copper original finish. Original sockets; overall height 25". > Item Details
Musical <i>Tableaux</i> with Windmill, Waterwheel, Ducks,
Lot # 150 - Musical Tableaux with Windmill, Waterwheel, Ducks,
and waterfall, probably French, late 19th century; 20.5" high x 12" wide x 9" deep. > Item Details
A Pair of Maine and Five Additional 19th-Century Silhouettes,
Lot # 51 - A Pair of Maine and Five Additional 19th-Century Silhouettes,
American and English, ca 1820-40. First is a painted gentleman in uniform, having an original black lacquer frame; 4" high x 3.5" wide. Next is a gentleman signed, painted and heightened in gold, mounted and matted in a modern gilt and black frame; 4.5" high x 3" wide. Followed by another gentleman ... > Item Details
Exploring Classical Antiquity Folky British Watercolor,
Lot # 212 - Exploring Classical Antiquity Folky British Watercolor,
early 19th century, on cardboard. A naive work depicting two gentlemen studying a ruin inscribed in Latin, at the top of the painting is written An inscription found on an old Roman Stone, unframed; 6" high x 7.5" wide. > Item Details
Two Bennington Rockingham Glaze Name Plates,
Lot # 187 - Two Bennington Rockingham Glaze Name Plates,
American, mid-19th century, one with open slot and one closed form. Made to be attached to doors. Unmarked; 8.5" x 3.5" x 0.75", and 7.25" x 3.25". (See Barret 1958: 138, plate 203-A and C for similar examples.) > 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
Watercolor Profile of  a Gentleman,
Lot # 48 - Watercolor Profile of a Gentleman,
American, ca 1820, ink and watercolor on paper of a gentleman with curly hair, wearing a black coat, white shirt and cravat. Unsigned, Rufus Porter (attributed) on label, on verso. Period frame is painted green and gold with an oval, heavy paper mat; 3.25" x 2.25". > Item Details
Black Forest  Cuckoo Clock,
Lot # 555 - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock,
Continental, late 19th to early 20th century with carving in a naturalistic motif; dial having applied Roman numerals, brass 2 weight driven movement. In the original finish with wear; approximate case dimensions: 27" high x 16" wide x 8.5" deep. > Item Details
Large Yellow Ware Spaniel in Teal Glaze,
Lot # 166 - Large Yellow Ware Spaniel in Teal Glaze,
American, probably East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1850-70. Seated spaniel facing left, with molded fur, open front legs and curly tail, covered in runny teal, ochre and brown Rockingham glaze, on a base with foliate motifs; 14" high x 11.5" wide x 8" deep. > Item Details
Obverse Painted Native American Vase Lamp,
Lot # 492 - Obverse Painted Native American Vase Lamp,
17" obverse painted shade of Native American kneeling at the edge of a rocky stream, supported by a complementary glass painted base, unsigned, electrified; overall height 21". > Item Details
Folky Store Sign <i>Terms Cash, Trust No More</i>,
Lot # 31 - Folky Store Sign Terms Cash, Trust No More,
American, ca 1900, watercolor and graphite on paper; in a period, not likely original frame; 20" high x 26" wide. > Item Details
English Oak  Dresser,
Lot # 97 - English Oak Dresser,
early 19th century, oak and elm, the molded cornice above a conforming case fitted with three open central shelves, flanked to either side a banded cupboard with a short shelf below, the lower section fitted with two drawers, all over a scalloped apron, raised on cabriole front legs ending in pad fe... > Item Details
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