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.

Provenance:  
Ex Collection of Dr. David C. Schwartz of Indian Hill, Ohio
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Louis XVI-Style <i>Vernis Martin</i> Vitrine,
Lot # 410 - Louis XVI-Style Vernis Martin Vitrine,
Continental, late 19th century, mahogany and pine, having curved glass sides and door with cast brass trim, gilt bronze mounts and painted scenes of winged cherubs in woodlands; 55" high x 35" wide x 15" deep. > Item Details
Arts & Crafts Spiderweb Metal Overlay Table Lamp,
Lot # 496 - Arts & Crafts Spiderweb Metal Overlay Table Lamp,
ca 1920, possibly manufactured by Revere, eight panel amber and green spiderweb slag glass shade with intricate metal overlay, supported by a corresponding green slag glass base, unsigned; overall height 21". > Item Details
Pair of Quezal Ribbed Gold Aurene Pulled-Feather Shades,
Lot # 376 - Pair of Quezal Ribbed Gold Aurene Pulled-Feather Shades,
with gold lining, signed Quezal at rim; 2.25" fitter, 4.25" high. > Item Details
Five Lustre Art Heart and Vine Shades,
Lot # 374 - Five Lustre Art Heart and Vine Shades,
with gold threading, scalloped edge and gold lining, signed Lustre Art at rim; 2.25 fitter, 5.5" high. > Item Details
Bennett
Lot # 199 - Bennett "Pheasants & Gamekeeper" Hound Handle Pitcher,
American, ca 1850-58, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, attributed to E. & W. Bennett, Baltimore, Maryland, after an original English design by C. Mason. Recto with a kneeling gamekeeper and his dog and verso with pheasants in a landscape; 8.75" high. (See Henrywood 1984: 225, fig. 260.) > 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
Howard Chandler Christy (American, 1872-1952)
Rockingham
Lot # 196 - Rockingham "Heron" Pitcher,
American, ca 1850-58, of Rockingham glazed earthenware, modeled by Charles Coxon and attributed to the E. & W. Bennett pottery, Baltimore, Maryland. Goat's head under spout, the body modelled with herons in a marsh including one attacking a snake curled around the twig handle, oak leaves and acorns ... > Item Details
Douglas Arthur Teed (American, 1864-1929)
Lot # 326 - Douglas Arthur Teed (American, 1864-1929)
American River Sceneoil on canvassigned and dated 1883, l.l.11.5" x 19.5"Douglas Arthur Teed worked in a variety of subject matter, primarily focusing on American landscapes early in his career. He graduated toward Orientalist, more painterly subjects in the early 20th century. > Item Details
Philadelphia Coin Silver Presentation Pitcher,
Lot # 316 - Philadelphia Coin Silver Presentation Pitcher,
American silver pitcher, ca 1830, struck with mark for J.C. Farr, John C. Farr (active 1823-55), Boston and Philadelphia, and Philadelphia in circle form with a florette mark. An urn form with a die-rolled edge on lip, beaded shoulder and die-cut ivy border below, there is an applied leaf-capped ha... > Item Details
19th Century Indian Portrait after Charles Bird King
Lot # 550 - 19th Century Indian Portrait after Charles Bird King
oil on canvassigned lower left center65.5" x 41.5"This large portrait was purportedly purchased from a library in Indiana and is housed in the original gilt and gesso frame with sanded moulding and a pair of torches in the upper center. While it is signed C.B. King, the signature was applied at a la... > Item Details
British Rural Scene
Lot # 128 - British Rural Scene
19th centuryoil on cradled panelunsigned18.5" x 22.5" > Item Details
Two-Weight  <i>Gustav Becker</i> Vienna Regulator,
Lot # 522 - Two-Weight Gustav Becker Vienna Regulator,
German, ca 1880, of walnut, with applied half Corinthian columns ending in acanthus leaves, drop finials, enamel dial with Roman numerals, crest moulding with carved urn finial. Brass eight-day time and strike movement; 53.75" high x 18" wide x 7.75" 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
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
Geometric Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
Lot # 499 - Geometric Leaded Glass Hanging Shade,
ca 1900-25, cast brass frame with reticulated apron set with amber and maroon glass; 20" high, 27" diameter. > 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
Bennington
Lot # 193 - Bennington "Diamond" Pattern Flint Enamel Wash Basin,
American, ca 1849-58, 12-sided form covered in a good green, yellow, ochre and brown flint enamel, unmarked; 13.25" diameter x 4" high. (See Barret 1976: 118, plate 166.) > 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
Three Peaseware Spice Jars,
Lot # 120 - Three Peaseware Spice Jars,
American, second half 19th century, turned maple; 4.75" high x 4.25" diameter, with crack in body; 2.5" high x 2.375 diameter; and 2" high x 1.25" diameter. > Item Details
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