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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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
Rookwood 19
Lot # 444 - Rookwood 19" Standard Glaze Vase by Shirayamandani,
American, 1894, in standard glaze shading from green to tan with decoration of tulips. Marked and dated with the Rookwood logo, shape 308, W for white clay, L and the artist's signature in Japanese; 19" high. > 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
Audubon First Royal Octavo <i>Whip-poor-will</i>,
Lot # 85 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Whip-poor-will,
lithograph 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; plate 6.75" x 10.25". > Item Details
Berlin Porcelain Plaque with Neoclassical Scene,
Lot # 394 - Berlin Porcelain Plaque with Neoclassical Scene,
Continental, late 19th century, hand-painted in polychrome enamels enriched by gilding, titled Triumphrug der Venus with paper Berlin label; 10.25" x 12.5" in gilt and gesso 15" x 14" rococo frame. > Item Details
Rococo Revival Settee,
Lot # 278 - Rococo Revival Settee,
attributed to the shop of John H. Belter (New York, active 1840-67), ca 1850-60, in rosewood with a carved crest, curvilinear back and arms, shaped and carved seat rail over cabriole legs; 40" high x 68" wide x 24" deep. See Dubrow 1988: 117. > Item Details
Three Pieces of E. & W. Bennett  Rockingham Ware,
Lot # 200 - Three Pieces of E. & W. Bennett Rockingham Ware,
American, Baltimore, Maryland, ca 1848-56, of mottled Rockingham glaze earthenware. Includes a "Heron" covered ice pitcher (lacking lid), 9" high, together with a "Gypsy" pitcher, 8.5" high (both modeled by Charles Coxon); and a circular paneled inkwell, 2.125" high x 4.75" diameter; "Gypsy" pitcher... > 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
Reverse Painted Water Landscape on Handel Base,
Lot # 304 - Reverse Painted Water Landscape on Handel Base,
15" reverse painted landscape of birch trees along a flowing river with dirt road and blue sky, supported by a signed Handel bronze base with vertical leaves, original patina and acorn pulls; overall height 23". > Item Details
Fancy Five Light Electric Chandelier,
Lot # 364 - Fancy Five Light Electric Chandelier,
ca 1910, probably Sheffield, with four outer arms and single central light, also with five unsigned gold aurene shades; measuring 20" wide, 16" drop. > Item Details
A Knight on Horseback Carved Cake Board,
Lot # 12 - A Knight on Horseback Carved Cake Board,
American or Continental, 19th century, of hardwood; 9.5" high x 7.25" wide x 1.25" deep. > Item Details
Marble Statue of Nude
Lot # 346 - Marble Statue of Nude
full-lengthmeasuring 47" tall12.5" x 11" base > Item Details
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
Queen Anne Side Chair,
Lot # 406 - Queen Anne Side Chair,
Continental, mid-18th century, in mahogany with urn-shaped splat having a central inlaid armorial with floral inlay on both stiles and down front and rear legs, terminating in pad-on-disc front feet; 18" high at seat, 43" overall height. > 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
Amish Nine-Patch Variation Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 557 - Amish Nine-Patch Variation Pieced Quilt,
American, Midwestern states, first half 20th century. Wool and Rayon fabrics, in colors of black, purple, green and blue having a gray flannel back surrounded by a blue binding; machine pieced and hand-quilted in diagonal lines and diamonds; 71" x 81". > Item Details
Two Steuben Heart and Vine Shades,
Lot # 360 - Two Steuben Heart and Vine Shades,
both marked with Steuben fleur de lis at rim; 2.25" fitter, 4.75" high. > 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
Treen Cake Board with Soldier and Maiden,
Lot # 14 - Treen Cake Board with Soldier and Maiden,
American or Continental, 19th century, probably walnut. A man and woman in folk dress; 22" long. > Item Details
Ballard & Brothers Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
Lot # 194 - Ballard & Brothers Hound Handle Rockingham Pitcher,
American, Burlington, Vermont, ca 1850, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, depicting a stag and boar hunt. Marked on the bottom impressed BALLARD & BROTHERS/BURLINGTON, VT; 9.5" high. (See Barret 1958: 32, plate 35-left for a similar example.) > Item Details
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