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Amorial Lowenstoft Chinese Export bowl
Wardworth Lounsburg & Turner Pillar & Scroll mantle clock
18KT YELLOW GOLD THREE STRAND GOLD NECKLACE: Single flexible chain ending in two additional flexible stands. Test for 18kt. Measures 16” long. Approximately16 penny weight. Overall good condition.
14KT YELLOW GOLD LINK BRACELET: Ribbed links connecting brushed gold circles. Measures 7 ¾” long, marked 14k. Approximately 35 penny weight. Overall good condition.
Marshall Woodside Joyce
19th c Chinese blue & white punch bowl, 18"
Regency tortoiseshell Tortoishell veneer. Serpentine front, two interior sections, flared base with wooden bun feet.
Alexandre Evgenevich Iacovleff (1887-1938) -American, Russian Federation, France, Africa, Germany, Japan
Also known as Alexander Yakovlev
gouache on paper
stamp & Vose Gallery labels
PAIR OF GEORGE NAKASHIMA (1905-1990) ARM CHAIRS: Walnut with sea grass seats. Curved back rails with six spaced vertical spindles. Measure 17” x 18” x 17”. Overall good original condition.George Nakashima arm chairs, sea grass seats
George Nakashima triangle side tables, 3 taperd legs
19th C Carved Sunderland table, cylinder book hinge center
animal feet with glass balls
GEORG JENSEN USA/LAURENCE FOSS STERLING SILVER NECKLACE: Ca 1940’s/50’s. Hand wrought by Laurence Foss, Arts & Crafts design with rectangular links with applied leave. Signed LF, 450. Measures 16” long. Approximately 1 troy ounce. “Foss was born in 1920 in Wakefield, Massachusetts, and was educated as an experimental machinist. He spent several years at the MIT Radiation Laboratory in the early 1940's, then worked exclusively for Georg Jensen in New York for six years in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The pieces he produced during and after those Jensen years are highly sought after by Arts & Crafts collectors.” Overall good condition.
Civil War era cartes de visites, soldiers, generals, Lincoln
New England Shaker basket, 12" diameter
14kt gold woman's pocket watch, slide chain
SHAKER SPLINT HANDLED GATHERING BASKET: With provenance letter. By John Farrington (1760-1830), New Lebanon, NY. Farrington was among the first converts to Shakerism. This basket is the earliest of Shaker baskets from which all forms evolved. Made of woven black ash, carved wood handle, round bottom. Measures 9 ½” tall (excluding the handle) 14 ¾” in diameter. “This basket is a significant piece in the history of American basketry and that of the Shakers”. (Martha Taylor) –“Shaker Baskets” by Weatherbee & Taylor. Some breaks.
ITALIAN MID CENTURY MURANO TRONCHI GLASS CHANDELIER BY VENINI: Ca 1960’s. Three tiers, 44 textured glass tubes, some with straight edges others angled. Tubes have scalloped free form ends. Brass frame, 4 light. Measures approximately 18” wide approximately 17” drop. Two tubes have cracks.
TWO CARTER BROTHERS “SCOOP” CHAIRS: Ca 1958. Bent plywood back, divided vinyl cushions. One in beige, other in orange. Tapered legs. No missing buttons.. Some loss to plywood veneer.
19th Rose Medallion wash bowl
15" indiameter x 5 1/2" tall
19TH C ANTIQUE ISLAMIC HISPANO-MORESQUE LUSTERWARE CERAMIC VASE: Bulbous center on flaring foot, tall cylindrical neck. Double full figure lion handles. Copper red and cream luster glaze. Overall geometric decoration with front center panel with a bird. Islamic motto along shoulder. Signed with hand drawn rooster mark in blue. Measures 15” tall x approximately 7” wide. Overall good condition with minor roughage along rim, lion ears and nose.
19TH C IRISH MADE CAMPAIGN CHEST: Two sections, brass bound, turned feet, original brass bail pulls. Bottom section with 2 drawers. Top section with one long drawer flanked by two small drawers. Center with drop down writing desk with fitted interior. Brass plaque on top of drawer “Ross & Co, Manufacturers, 9, 10 & 11 Ellis’s Quay, Dublin”. Measures 46” tall x 44” wide x 22” deep. Split on top and side, original condition.
Victorian postcard & greeting card lot
early Folk Art oxen drawn hay wagon
man's 18kt diamond ring
Alvin sterling punch bowl ladle, "Bridal Rose"
Sir Walter Scott original signed letter dated 1873
Ca late 1800's hand stenciled decorated Studebaker goat wagon
Studebaker (1852-1967), was a United States wagonand automobile manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana. Founded in 1852 and incorporated in 1868 under the name of the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company, the company was originally a producer of wagons for farmers, miners, and the military.
Studebaker entered the automotive business in 1902 with electric vehicles and in 1904 with gasoline vehicles, all sold under the name "Studebaker Automobile Company".
Ike "Tennessee" Parker bronze sculpture,33" tall
"The Beginning of Life"
Ike Parker ( German/American, born Willem Ikemeyer, 1906-2000).
Rose Medallion umbrella stand, 23 1/2" tall
Oriental scatter, 36" x 26", tight weave
Gorham "English Gadroon" sterling flatware, 92 pieces
sterling 15" deep dish, grape handles, signed Fina
Chinese carved camphor trunk
Chinese reticulated porcelain electric night light lamps
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19th C Chinese silk patriotic embroidery
19th c Rose Medalion 24" tall
2 miniature Japanese Cloisonne covered jars
Antique blue ground Sarouk area rug,
53" x 77"
Ca 1840. Portrait of Gen. William H. Harrison in military uniform. Political reverse on glass, "Hero of Tippecanoe", 8" x 5"
Ca 1840. Portrait of Gen. William H. Harrison in military uniform. Center oval with background in red, white and green stripped flag with gold gilt stars. Inscribed “Gen. Wm. H Harrison The Hero of Tippecanoe”, campaign slogan. The battle was fought between the then Governor of the Indiana Territory against the Native Americans Indian nation and was only a temporary victory against the Indians. Harrison was elected President in 1840 and died in office one month later. The “Tippecanoe and Tyler Two” campaign of Harrison was the beginning of modern era political campaign spectacle. Image measures 8 1/8” x 5”, mahogany veneer frame. Overall good condition.
Durgin/ Gorham "Farifax" pattern
late 19th C Rich Toy "Sheffield Farms" dairy wagon,
21 " long, stencilled wood
14KT YELLOW GOLD & DIAMOND SUITE: Sun, moon and stars motif. Necklace and earrings. Swirl love know style pendant with small center diamond, gold chain. Pendant marked SC&L Co. Screw back earrings with crescent moon and small diamond centers, marked 14kt and Plat. Approximately 13 penny weight. Overall good condition.
late 19th C Shoenhut toy "Fairmount Farms" dairy wagon, double horses, 25" long
ORNATE DATED VICTORIAN CRAZY QUILT: Dated 1884 in two places. Various fabrics including silk, satin and velvet. Very detailed pieces with embroidered embellishments including an owl, flowers and Japanese fans at for corners. Embroidered border between pieces. Monogrammed “H”. Black and cream crocheted edge. Measures 63” x 63”. Overall good condition.
VICTORIAN 14KT YELLOW GOLD & GARNET CLUSTER RING: Large bezel set oval center facet cut stone surround by 32 small and medium prong set facet cut garnets. Measures 1 ¼” x ¾”, oval. Marked Germany and 14kt. Overall good condition.
34 Wedgwood blue & white Historical plates
VICTORIAN CRANBERRY HOBNAIL HANGING KEROSENE LAMP: American ca 1860’s/70’s. Deep colored cranberry hobnail dome shade and matching font. Ornate bright brass mount with facet cut prisms. Frame with side arms and base finial with embossed feather design. Adjustable chain for lamp height (not sure how it works), 32” drop from ceiling. Shade 16” in diameter. Complete with burner and chimney. Burner electrified. Overall good condition. Needs to be rewired.
CHINESE INTERNALLY DECORATED SNUFF BOTTLE: Ca 1900/1950. Portrait of a Chinese official. Bottle is signed by the famous inside drawing artist Ma Shao Xuan. Bottle made in the end of the Quin Dynasty. The back is a commentary on the government official. These bottles were continuously made by the Ma family as late as 1950. The signature stayed as the original Ma signature but could have been done by the Ma family. Ma was the only artist able to produce a photographic type painting on the inside of a snuff bottle. His bottles today are highly collectible and are a beautiful combination of picture and calligraphy. The Peking glass bottle is of a flattened oval shape sitting on a raised oval foot, gold aventurine topper set in a brass collar. Overall good condition. Missing spoon.
ROYAL VIENNA PORCELAIN EWER: Footed urn shape. Delicately hand painted with young maiden and putties with doves on one side and 2 putties on reverse. Spout, shoulder and foot with heavy gilt enamel decorations on light blue ground, gilt handle. Signed with beehive mark, artist name and “Verfangliche Frage”. Measures 7 ½” tall. Overall good condition.
Rindskopf Art pair of Art Nouveau Art Glass vases, 13" tall
WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE AIRBASE/TANK COMMANDER BANNER: Double sided with silver thread Third Reich eagle and swastika in a wreath in the center one side. Divided triangular panels in green and white with black dividing bands, black and silver swastikas in corners. Reverse with Silver thread “Falschrm Kommand Berlin VI”. Border with silver bullion band and fringe. Overall good condition
Late 19th/early 20th C. large New York State photo album with identified trolleys, street cars & trains
20TH C SIGNED LUKE GOTTSHALL FOLK ART HORSE DRAWN STONE CART: (Reinholds, PA 1999-1993). Carved, painted white horse with horse hair tail. Painted red cart, “Stone”, with large blue painted wagon wheels. Original carved driver with red shirt, overalls and hat. Added figure. Signed in ink on the bottom and numbered 17569. Measures overall 24” long x 11” tall x 9” across. Overall good condition.
Japanese Totai porcelain Cloisonne
vase, 14 "
attributed Antonio Nicolo Gesparo Jacobsen (1850-1921)
oil on board, unsigned
pair Boston & Sandwich glass whale oil lamps, Heart pattern
IKE “TENNESEE” PARKER OIL ON CANVAS: Ike Parker (born Willem Ikemeyer, 1906-2000). Large oil on wall canvas on panel depicts a trio of musicians with a clarinet player and guitar player. Very colorful “Cubist” style painting. Signed Parker lower left. Self framed with narrow brass frame. Measures 44” x 48”. Overall good condition with a few scratches.
EARLY MARTIN or MARTIN TYPE PARLOR GUITAR: Ca 1840’/50’s. Black wooden “coffin” case with red felt and paper lining. Maker stamp on back of case branded circle maker’s mark “G & B, Original Improved, Trade Mark. Case measures 38” long x 13 ½” wide (Believed to be Size 2 ½. No 24 or Spanish I-28), early bail handle. Guitar with spruce top, tiger maple sides and lined back. Inlaid edge and sound hole. Ebony finger board, ivory turn keys, early pyramid style bridge with “scooped” back. Guitar measures 36 ½” long. Guitar has cracks on front, splits on sides. Wood dry. Case has scratches and wear.
COMMEMORATIVE GEORGE WASHINGTON TEXTILE: Cream colored woven homespun linen with brick red geometric wide band, fringe ends. Commemorates the Independence of the United States and the Inauguration of George Washington. Center with woven motto “The Independence of the United States of America Declared July 4, 1776. Washington Elected President of the Federal Union March 1789. E Pluribus Union”. Wing spread eagle in center, leaves and shields decorations. Measures 19” wide x 32” long. Overall good condition.
ca 1830/50 carved horse drawn log wagon
WWII M-35 double decal Luftwaffe helmet, original liner and chin strap
Imperial German (1871-1918) "sawback" bayonet, original scabbard, signed V.Jung Suhl
Michael Leszczynski (Jamaica/Poland 1906-1972) gouache on board
gouache on paper
signed hand written letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne american novelist & short story writer & author of "The Scarlet Letter" 1804-1864) dated June 8, 1855,and author of “The Scarlet Letter”. His father was the only judge involved in the Salem (MA) witch trials that did not repent his actions. Nathaniel later added a “w” to conceal his relationship his father John Hathorne.