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Hair Memento, Love Token, Simply Tied with Ribbon
(Frame: 5 by 6"; view: 3 by 4")
Martha Washington Portrait, Reverse Painting On Glass
Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806 to 1873)
Extremely minor flaking mentioned for accuracy
Frame: 25 by 19"; view: 23.5 by 17.5"
Treen Candlesticks, Turned Wood, Socket Type, Baluster Turned
A rare treen form, very few survived, used in humble homes
18th Century or earlier
Anonymous - SOLD
Excellent condition; (H: 3.75")
745-68 - SOLD
Shoulder Yoke, Dairy, Original Green Paint
Early, great color and surface
This great example was used in the milking process; the heavy milk pails were carried, usually by women, back to the buttery with the aid of a shoulder yoke, shaped to fit around the neck and sit on the shoulders. Hanging from this example are very old pieces of rope and a Civil War era (based on rivets) piece of leather strap from which hang extremely rare blacksmith made forged iron hangers that are pierced and are flatted to accommodate the flat handles of cooper-made pails; the terminus of these matching hangers is tightly scrolled.
Pewter Charger, Largest by This Maker, 16.5"
Bush And Company, active 1787 to 1793
This pewter charger measures 16.5" across. The Robert Bush Company was in Bristol and Bilton England on 20 High Street and St. Thomas Street. The partnership included Robert Bush, James Curtis and Preston Edgar. The partnership dissolved in July of 1793. Good condition with out repairs and good hallmarks; very light dings and knife marks. See page 173 of Old Pewter Its Makers and Marks by Howard Herschell Cotterell.
18th Century - SOLD
Unused condition with key included.
Dimensions: 8.75" L, 4.5" W, 1" D.
691-6 - SOLD
Decanter, Blown Glass, GII 018, 3 Mold, Diamond Diaper
Circa 1825 to 1835
Clear blown geometric design decanter with flared collar above three applied double neck rings; ovoid shape, diamond type 'X' base pattern, sides with wide diamond band.
Dimensions: 10.5" H.
Side Chair, Windsor Step Down, Original Paint Decoration
A handsome chair in original condition; the paint decorated stepped tablet above turned, flattened and bent posts centered by six-rods above the carved seat with incised line or "gutter" outlining the spindle-rail. The seat is raised on bamboo-turned legs joined by box stretcher. The chair remains in superb original condition including the original painted surfaces and decoration.
Dimensions: 36.5" H, 17.75" seat H, 16" W, 15.25" D.
Group of Stone Fruit and Vegetables
Clockwise from top left:
Stone Pepper - SOLD
Dimensions: 4.5 by 3.5 by 3.25-inches.
Stone Potato - SOLD
Dimensions: 4.75 by 2.25 by 2.5-inches.
Stone Cut and Peeled Potato - SOLD
Dimensions: 3 by 2 by 1.5-inches.
Stone Plum Tomato - SOLD
Dimensions: 3 by 1.75 by 1.75-inches.
19th Century Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Decoration
Dimensions: 10-inches high.
Tall Carved Cat with Whiskers
Tall, unstained cat with whiskers drawn in. Primitive, pine. Measures 25-inches by 5.5-inches by 4-inches.