Lot 18    

Roswell Gleason Pewter "Lighthouse" Coffee Pot,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
American, ca 1830-40; 10.75" high, 5.875" base diameter.

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Ex Collection of Dr. David C. Schwartz of Indian Hill, Ohio
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Five Arm Electric Chandelier,
Lot # 369 - Five Arm Electric Chandelier,
ca 1900, with five ribbon unsigned art glass shades; measuring 19" wide, 17" drop. > 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
Dutch Baroque-Style Mirror in Embossed Brass Frame,
Lot # 256 - Dutch Baroque-Style Mirror in Embossed Brass Frame,
19th century, having an old copper-colored patina, center mirror is beveled, all placed over a pine base, back is covered with a panel of sheet iron; 22.5" high x 13" wide. > Item Details
Tiffany & Co. Silver Flask Presented to Robert Todd Lincoln,
Lot # 443 - Tiffany & Co. Silver Flask Presented to Robert Todd Lincoln,
ca 1890, engraved To/Robert T. Lincoln/as a souvenir of his friend/James Clarence Post on body of flask, with Tiffany & Co./Paris stamped on neck, and monogram of Robert T. Lincoln, RTL engraved on top; 6" x 3.5" x 0.5".Robert Todd Lincoln (1843-1926), first born child of President Abraham Lincoln a... > Item Details
Victorian Portrait of a Woman Behind Bars,
Lot # 425 - Victorian Portrait of a Woman Behind Bars,
19th centuryoil on canvassigned on verso: After a Work from the Corcoran Gallery of Art27" x 21" > Item Details
Maple Burl Treen Milk or Cheese Bowl,
Lot # 121 - Maple Burl Treen Milk or Cheese Bowl,
American, ca 1760-80. A hand-hewn piece, cloth would be tied around the flange and used to strain liquid; 7.25" high, 18.25" diameter. For an example see Powers 2005: 30, plate 1/19. > Item Details
Georgian Valuables Chest,
Lot # 136 - Georgian Valuables Chest,
English, 19th century, mahogany and pine chest with shaped cornice, arched panel doors opening to a fitted interior of two short over four long drawers, all on a molded plinth base; 12.5" high x 12" wide x 9" deep. > Item Details
Five Steuben Ribbed Gold Aurene Shades,
Lot # 375 - Five Steuben Ribbed Gold Aurene Shades,
gourd-shaped with gold lining, marked with Steuben fleur de lis at rim; 2.25" fitter, 5.5" high. > Item Details
Lot # 224 - "Lexington" Standing Horse Weathervane,
American, late 19th century, molded sheet copper body, having a cast iron head with copper ears, and embossed sheet copper tail, attributed to A. L. Jewell Co., Waltham, Massachusetts. Mounted on a modern metal stand; 26.5" high, 33" wide. > Item Details
Five Graduated Covered Peaseware Spice Jars,
Lot # 10 - Five Graduated Covered Peaseware Spice Jars,
American, late 19th century, turned maple; from 4.25" high x 3.5" diameter to 1.25" high x 1.5" diameter. > Item Details
John Clymer (American, 1907-1989)
Lot # 508 - John Clymer (American, 1907-1989)
WWII Original Illustrationoil on canvassigned l.l.27.5" x 43.5" > Item Details
Heywood Wakefield Buffet Cabinet,
Lot # 514 - Heywood Wakefield Buffet Cabinet,
in two sections. American, in birch with plywood back; the top cabinet with sliding glass doors. The accordion door opens to reveal one shelf. Round Heywood Wakefield stamp in top drawer; patent stamps and date stamp Nov 15 1965 on verso; 58.25" total height x 50.25" wide x 18" deep. > Item Details
Rare <i>J.D. Bagster</i> Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 189 - Rare J.D. Bagster Hound Handle Stoneware Jug,
English, ca 1820-30, of buff colored stoneware modeled in high relief with scenes of a stag and boar hunt, the neck decorated with leafy hops vine and a scalloped design on the shoulder. The inscription Phillips & Bagster, Hanley is engraved on the collars of the mastiffs attacking the boar, and the... > Item Details
Currier & Ives Large Folio <i>Cutter Genesta RYS</i>,
Lot # 246 - Currier & Ives Large Folio Cutter Genesta RYS,
ca 1852, lithograph with hand-coloring on paper and signed C.R. Parsons '85 on the stone, Conningham #1338, two columns of dimensions, four lines each, framed; 17" x 22". > Item Details
Handel Obverse Leaf and Vine Shade #6327 1/2,
Lot # 291 - Handel Obverse Leaf and Vine Shade #6327 1/2,
18" domical reverse painted leaf and vine border decoration against a brown background, #6327 1/2, artist initial P; supported by a Handel Arts & Crafts bronze base, original patina and acorn pulls, overall height 25". > Item Details
Handel Reverse Painted Moonlit Landscape #6798,
Lot # 290 - Handel Reverse Painted Moonlit Landscape #6798,
14" domical shade, water landscape in muted shades of tan and gray, signed Handel 6798 and F, supported on a signed Handel bronzed textured base. Original acorn pulls and sockets; 23.5" overall height. > 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
Figural Herm Pilaster,
Lot # 345 - Figural Herm Pilaster,
in oak, 1860-1900, rectangular, tapering wood post bearing a carved head, usually of Hermes, used for decorative purposes; measuring 38" high x 10.5" wide x 6" deep. > Item Details
Attributed to J. Brown, American School Portrait Miniatures,
Lot # 46 - Attributed to J. Brown, American School Portrait Miniatures,
Massachusetts, ca 1800, both watercolor on ivory, placed in a 19th-century engraved brass case; each 1.74" high x 1.5" wide. (The portrait of the woman in white bonnet is similar to a large oil on canvas in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, see Rumford and Weekley 1989: plate 6.)Who Was ... > Item Details
Handel Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape #6625,
Lot # 318 - Handel Reverse Painted Sunset Landscape #6625,
18" domical reverse painted with decoration of woodland trees and birds, ca 1918, signed Handel/#6625; supported by a Handel bronze metal base, original patina; overall height 24". > Item Details
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