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Fireplace Mantel, Carved, Turned and Paint Decorated Surround, East or Middle Tennessee
Inventive Spirit and Playfulness of Design, Entirely Wood Peg Joinery, Great Paint Decoration
Date/Period: Circa 1825


Fireplace Mantel, Carved, Turned and Paint Decorated Surround, East or Middle Tennessee Inventive Spirit and Playfulness of Design, Entirely Wood Peg Joinery, Great Paint Decoration, entire view

Measurement: Height: 65.75"; width: 78"; depth: 8.25"; Opening: height: 39"; width: 58"

Material: Walnut

Condition: Very good, original paint

Additional Information: Outstanding architectural folk art decorated with broadly brushed and daubed
paint. Under the mantel shelf is horizontal stepped molding over four panels flanked by flat stiles and
molded rails; arched firebox opening is molded…the maker cut kerfs to create conforming molding. Note
the ornamental devices applied to outside stiles…shaped capital surmounting block and turned incised
column centered by chip carved diamond continuing under which is conforming block and turned column in
shaped plinth. The back displays the makers ability and attention to his craft.

$4,950.00

859-29


Fireplace Mantel, Carved, Turned and Paint Decorated Surround, East or Middle Tennessee Inventive Spirit and Playfulness of Design, Entirely Wood Peg Joinery, Great Paint Decoration, detail view 1

Fireplace Mantel, Carved, Turned and Paint Decorated Surround, East or Middle Tennessee Inventive Spirit and Playfulness of Design, Entirely Wood Peg Joinery, Great Paint Decoration, back view

Fireplace Mantel, Carved, Turned and Paint Decorated Surround, East or Middle Tennessee Inventive Spirit and Playfulness of Design, Entirely Wood Peg Joinery, Great Paint Decoration, detail view 2



Horse Head Hitching Post, Cast Iron
Likely Fiske. possibly Herzog
Date/Period: Late 19th Century


Horse Head Hitching Post, Cast Iron Likely Fiske. possibly Herzog, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 42"

Material: Cast iron, black paint

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Hollow cast with well-defined detail in the round as a single
piece; finial emanates from fluted tapered column with two rings continuing to scroll
molded base. At the base are donut-shaped rings identical to those produced by the
J.W. Fiske iron Works in New York [yet under chin is an angled braze as seen on posts
by the P. Herzog Fence Works of Minneapolis].

$1,275.00

492-225


Horse Head Hitching Post, Cast Iron Likely Fiske. possibly Herzog, detail view



Vintage Double Dome Birdcage,
Two Apartments, Fine Construction
Unknown Maker


Vintage Double Dome Birdcage, Two Apartments, Fine Construction
Unknown Maker, entire view 1

The construction is reminiscent to 19th century fireplace screens, iron bar framing,
drawn wire-wrapped and secured with smaller gage wire. Tubular iron handle, nice
surface. (Height: 15"; width: 18.75"; depth: 9.75")


Vintage Double Dome Birdcage, Two Apartments, Fine Construction
Unknown Maker, entire view 2

Vintage Double Dome Birdcage, Two Apartments, Fine Construction
Unknown Maker, entire view 3

$675.00

1191-11




Boathouse Door Hinge, Large Anchor, Handwrought Iron
Found in Maine
Date/Period: Circa 1880


Boathouse Door Hinge, Large Anchor, Handwrought Iron Found in Maine, entire view 1

Measurement: 45.5" x 31.5"

Material: Wrought iron, paint

Condition: Excellent, as expected…paint losses/flaking

Additional Information: This graphic piece is an actual door hinge and displays
wonderfully on a wall.

$1,275.00

1334-4


Boathouse Door Hinge, Large Anchor, Handwrought Iron Found in Maine, entire view 2



Art Nouveau Fishbowl, Drum Aquarium, Terrarium on Stand, Mixed Metals, Mermaids
Chicago Hardware, Verona Metal Furniture C.1925
(Signed Verona Patent In several places)


Art Nouveau Fish Bowl, Aquarium, Terrarium on Stand, Mixed Metals, Mermaids
Verona, circa 1925

The round “porthole” aquarium/terrarium bowl is fabricated of tinned copper, brass and enameled iron rings. The bowl rests within a cast brass cradle featuring ocean waves, ships, palm trees and a pair of mermaids. The fancy iron stand rests on a stepped base featuring large goldfish. This piece is outstanding, heavy and in fine condition.
(Height: 37"; width: 13.5"; depth: 12" at base)

$2,650

195-47




Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63


Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63, entire view 1

A rare 7.5-inch high cast iron doorstop, “the” book example; very good condition, typical
scattered light chipping to highpoints. Literature: The Doorstop Book – An Encyclopedia
of Doorstop Collecting by Nancy and John Smith, page 226.


Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63, entire view 2

Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63, entire view 3

Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63, entire view 4

Doorstop, Little Girl on Barrel in Clown Outfit
Cast on back of base: Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co., 63, detail view

$1,850.00

710-58




Antique Cast Sandstone Recumbent Lion on Fluted base
Anonymous


Antique Cast Sandstone Recumbent Lion on Fluted base
Anonymous, entire view 1

This friendly fellow lays on a pedestal with fluted edges, strong traces of reddish-brown
pigment remain. Two small chips to base at tail end, displays well.
(Height: 6"; length: 9.75"; width: 4.75")


Antique Cast Sandstone Recumbent Lion on Fluted base
Anonymous, entire view 2

Antique Cast Sandstone Recumbent Lion on Fluted base
Anonymous, entire view 3

$645.00

710-56




Carriage Driving Whip, Crop Owned by Franklin Enslin of Ashland, Massachusetts
Second half, 19th Century


Antique Carriage Driving Whip, Owned by Franklin Enslin, Massachusetts, 19th Century, entire view

A quick genealogical search detailed his marriage in 1869; wife died in 1905; they lived on Main Street in Ashland. (L: 86")

$300

632-58


Antique Carriage Driving Whip, Owned by Franklin Enslin, Massachusetts, 19th Century, handle detail
Antique Carriage Driving Whip, Owned by Franklin Enslin, Massachusetts, 19th Century, name detail
Antique Carriage Driving Whip, Owned by Franklin Enslin, Massachusetts, 19th Century, town detail
Antique Carriage Driving Whip, Owned by Franklin Enslin, Massachusetts, 19th Century, state detail



George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's
Dumb stove radiator fragment featuring traces of original paint


George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's, entire view 1

(H on stand: 19"; fragment H: approx. 15", W: 10"; D: 7")

$2,945

605-87


George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's, entire view 2
George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's, entire view 3
George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's, entire view 4
George Washington, Cast Iron Portrait, Original Surface, (Fragment, Stove Figure)
Probably Alonzo Blanchard, Albany, New York (Made by several NY firms)
Circa 1840's, scale view




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