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.
Sold: $258.75
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

don't miss

an opportunity to bid. You can't win if you're not in.

sign up to bid

what's it worth?

ask the experts

sell your item

start selling
Four Quezal Pulled-Feather Shades,
Lot # 351 - Four Quezal Pulled-Feather Shades,
with gold threading and gold lining, signed Quezal; 2.25" fitter, 5" high. > Item Details
Six Quezal Ribbed Trumpet Shades,
Lot # 380 - Six Quezal Ribbed Trumpet Shades,
with gold wavy bands and gold lining, signed Quezal at rim; 2.25" fitter, 5.25" high. > Item Details
Mashad Rug,
Lot # 529 - Mashad Rug,
Persian, ca 1930, in colors of red, blue, and tan; 5'7" x 3'11" (170.18 cm x 119.38 cm). > Item Details
Two Bennington Flint Enamel Name Plates,
Lot # 188 - Two Bennington Flint Enamel Name Plates,
American, ca 1847-58, in mottled flint enamel, one closed form and one shield shape. Unmarked; 8.25" x 3.5" x 0.75", and 8" x 3.75". (See Barret 1958: 138, plate 203-B and D for similar examples.) > Item Details
18th-Century Spanish Brass Candlesticks,
Lot # 20 - 18th-Century Spanish Brass Candlesticks,
ca 1710, having paw-like feet; 9" high. (For a similar example, see Schiffer 1978: 168, fig C.) > Item Details
Micmac Indian Cane,
Lot # 157 - Micmac Indian Cane,
American or Canadian, ca 1900, various decorative incised carving to include a tipi; 32.5" long. > Item Details
Two Rockingham
Lot # 201 - Two Rockingham "Hanging Game" Pitchers,
American, possibly East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1850, of Rockingham glazed earthenware. One with hound handle and large and small hanging rabbits, wild fowl and a fox, the other with fox handle and hanging stags and boars, 8.5" and 8.75" high. > Item Details
Renaissance-Style Refectory Table,
Lot # 401 - Renaissance-Style Refectory Table,
probably Italian, late 19th century, in walnut having a marble top with molded edge over ornately carved tressel ends, connected by a carved and pierced stretcher; 29" high x 55" wide x 32" deep. > Item Details
Young Man with Letter by Professor R. Moretti (Italian, XIX)
Lot # 431 - Young Man with Letter by Professor R. Moretti (Italian, XIX)
Italian Schoolwatercolor on papersigned l.r. and inscribed Roma20.5" x 14" > Item Details
Edwin Masters (British, XIX-XX)
Lot # 436 - Edwin Masters (British, XIX-XX)
Lower Swallow Fallsoil on boardsigned and titled l.l.15.5" x 21" > Item Details
Limoges Patriotic Sugar and Creamer,
Lot # 262 - Limoges Patriotic Sugar and Creamer,
French and American, late 19th century. Hand-painted on a Tressemane & Vogt Limoges blank with the seal of the United States and embellished with gilt; 2.5" x 5". > Item Details
Three Painted Silhouettes,
Lot # 148 - Three Painted Silhouettes,
British, 19th and 20th century, of a gentleman and a lady. Single is of a lady with the artist's or sitter's information on verso. Gold highlights throughout; 3.625" x 5.75" and two, 3.5" x 5". > Item Details
Howard Chandler Christy (American, 1872-1952)
Lot # 506 - Howard Chandler Christy (American, 1872-1952)
Illustrationmonochrome watercolor on papersigned lower centerinscribed l.l. He had Gene on his knees/ Held back by the Oneida38" x 28.5" > Item Details
Pair of Ohio Spaniel Mantel Ornaments,
Lot # 164 - Pair of Ohio Spaniel Mantel Ornaments,
American, East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1860-80, of Rockingham glazed earthenware. Facing pair of seated spaniels, both with tooled fur, open front legs and curly tails, resting on embossed bases with foliate motifs; both about 10.5" high x 8.5" long x 5.5" deep. > Item Details
Three Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes,
Lot # 75 - Three Oval Bentwood Pantry Boxes,
American, ca 1850-75. Oval bentwood "Harvard type," with copper tacks; 2.625" high x 4.625" wide x 6.25" long, 2" high x 4" wide x 5.5" long and 1.5" high x 3.125" wide x 4" long. Smallest one stamped HINGHAM and another stamped in ink PEPPER. > Item Details
Larry Dodd Wheeler (American, b. 1942)
Lot # 463 - Larry Dodd Wheeler (American, b. 1942)
Between Mounts, Saratogaoil on canvassigned l.l.11.5" x 15.5" > Item Details
Mahogany Falling Leaf Table,
Lot # 99 - Mahogany Falling Leaf Table,
English, ca 1740, with oak secondary wood, swing legs on either side, elliptical drop leaves, all over turned legs on slipper pad feet; 28" high x 18" wide (50" with leaves extended) x 48" long. > Item Details
Stoneware Salt Glaze Pig Bottle,
Lot # 234 - Stoneware Salt Glaze Pig Bottle,
American, ca 1880s. Anna Pottery type molded brown pig bottle (female form) with hole at rear, incised hooves and facial details, decorated with an incised inscription on left side Good Old Rye in a Pigs---; 7.375" long x 3.25" high. > 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
Elaborate Parian Presentation Ewer,
Lot # 419 - Elaborate Parian Presentation Ewer,
English, mid-19th century, having a ruffled lip, dolphin-form handle, the fluted body with an applied bouquet of realistically detailed garden flowers, embellished with grapevine leaves and clusters of grapes, the fluted everted foot raised on a socle base; 19.5" high. See Barret 1958: 161, plate 23... > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: