Chalk Ware, Chalkware Piggy Bank, Original Paint
This adorable porker remains in excellent condition; minor plaster loss at coin slot. (H: 6.75"; L: 8"; W: 4.5")
Carved Cat, Ringing Bell, Folk Art, Original and Wonderful Surface
Late 19th Century
White pine, finished in tinted shellac
Loss to one ear, restoration available. (H: 5.5"; W: 4.5"; D: .75").
Carnival Race Horses and Jockeys, Carved and Painted, Group of Three - SOLD
Beautifully carved wooden jockeys on race horses displayed in full gallop; fine original condition. Likely part of a game that involved betting on individual numbered race horses; popular on cruise ships during the early twentieth through the mid-twentieth century.
(Dimensions: Overall L on stand: 33"; H: 10.5"; W: 7.5"; Individual Horse: H: 5.75"; L: 16"; W: 1.75".)
876-3 - SOLD
Carved Ducks, Wall Mounted Miniature Flyers, Original Paint
Lot of Sixteen, Fine Condition
By John Lee Baldwin (1868 to 1938)
Babylon, Long Island, Long Island
Baldwin is famous for his saying; "Never worked and never will". - SOLD
Dimensions: approximately 6.5 by 3.5" each.
161-47 - SOLD
Carved Eagle Perched On Book
Found In Falmouth Foreside, Maine
This carving was found in an antiques shop in 1962; no previous information accompanied the piece. The carver demonstrated excellent skills although he lacked an understanding of the great symbols anatomy.
Minor imperfections. Ex Pat Guthman Collection. Literature: The American Eagle by Philip Isaacson, figure 128, page 128; American Primitive by Ricco/Maresca; figure 318, page 222.
(H: 17"; W: 10"; D: 6.5".)
Pilot House Eagle, Carved, Painted
This powerful symbol with out-stretched wings is perched on a rockery. Excellent condition. (H: 23.5"; W: 28.5"; L: 28")
Dog, Bronze Sculpture, signed
Herbert Willis Clark (1877-1920)
New York, NY
As depicted, sporting dog on marble base remaining in fine original condition with good patina. (Height: 7.25 inches; length: 9.75 inches; depth: 3.75 inches.)
Horse Drawn Sleigh
Carved and painted
Late 19th Century
As depicted, a pair of work horses pull a sleigh; original paint and tack. The work is mounted on a later board.
Dimensions: 22.75-inches long, 6.5-inches high, 4 7/8-inches wide.
Carved And Painted
Yellow Toy Bird With Pivoting Wings
Competently carved...wing and tail feathers scratch-carved, and detailed with black painted tips. The work is fitted on wire-rod raised on turned circular base. The bird measures approximately 5.5-inches in length and is 3.25-inches in width; overall height is 8-inches.
Late 19th to Early 20th Century
Beautiful carving of lion on a base with long tail and one foot held up. High gloss varnish. Measures 5.5-inches by 9-inches. Found in Ohio.
Late 19th Century
A carved mahogany Irish Setter, American, probably late 19th century, old reddish brown varnished finish; on a rectangular plinth. (Approximately 15.5-inches by 6-inches by 30-inches.)
Painted Folk Art Snake
Early 20th Century
The folk artist who created this root snakes took advantage of the natural, undulating form of tree root. With minimal carving the artist painted a convincing and colorful snake in predominately mustard and black. This root snake retains its original paint and is in excellent condition. The carved head is complete with tin tongue. Dimensions: 65.75-inches long.
Small White Cat
Carved and painted, with minor bite to right ear.
Dimensions: 5.25" H, 4.25" W, 2.25" D.
Carved lying lion. Walnut with dark stain. Measures 4.5-inches by 12-inches by 3-inches. Found in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Pine, gilt and paint
Circa 1820 - SOLD
In fine condition; early gilt over original gilt surface.
(Height: 34.5-inches; width: 59-inches; depth: 9-inches.)
195-9 - SOLD