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Canadian Folk Art, House Portrait within Landscape, Crayon and Watercolor
Anonymous, Circa 1900

(Excellent condition, modern frame; 21 by 27")



Lantern Clock, Thomas Clay, Seventeenth Century
Chelmsford, Essex, England; 17th Century

The maker’s signature is displayed on the base of the front fret; originally with balance wheel escapement, converted to anchor escapement early in its life, probably the late 17th or very early 18th century. This is a good, honest lantern clock with minor wear consistent with age. Literature: English lantern Clocks by George White, page 205, figure IV/104 (left). Now on a modern oak shelf copied from photos in Wallace Nutting's Clock Book. (H: 14.5”, W: 7.5”, D: 6.5”)



Sampler, Embroidered Needlework, Massachusetts
House Sampler, Animals, People, Birds, Verse
Elizabeth Walker, Barre, Massachusetts, August 6 1808
Lovely, neatly wrought; good color and clean
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested

(Frame: 20.25 by 20.25"; view: 17.25 by 17.25")



Handled Redware Jug, Rare and Important, Among the Best Extant, Exceptional Color
Southeastern, Massachusetts, Early 19th Century
Ovoid, footed base, ribbed strap handle

Featuring crisp multicolored glaze displaying areas of apple-green, pumpkin-orange and yellow; with orange spots and dark splashes; overall drips
(Tight and short glaze hairline, excellent condition; H: 10.75”)



Chest on Frame, Chippendale, Claw and Ball Feet, Scrolled and Spurred Apron
Chester County, Pennsylvania, Circa 1780
Period brasses within original borings may be original, walnut and poplar - SOLD

Crown molding above three short-drawers over two short-drawers over three long-drawers; the case raised on frame resting on cabriole legs joined by beautifully shaped apron. (Dimensions: H: 67.75"; W: 41"; D: 23")

505-114 - SOLD

Slave Hire Badge, Tag, Charleston, South Carolina, Signed Lafar, 1826
Porter, Number 258
A great example

Lafar mark in rectangle on back, sharp and crisp, choice, extremely fine; octagonal yet nearly square and slightly dished; pierced for suspension.



Birdcage, Star Form
19th Century
Wood and wire

(H: 21.25"; W: 22"; D: 8.75")



19th Century Portrait of Black Gentleman, American School, Mr. Baltimore
Watercolor on paperboard, 10 by 8.5” (frame: 13 by 12”) - SOLD

Inscribed in pencil on back of the wood frame, Colored man named Baltimore/lived in Troy, NY. Other portraits by this yet to be identified artist are found in the Karolik Collection, the Garbisch Collection; also, Sotheby Parke Bernet Americana Sale, New York, April 27, 29, and 30, 1997; lots 428, 429, 430, and 431.

1125-1 - SOLD

Carved Bird, Folk Art Dove of Peace, Original Painted Surface
Rhode Island History, Anonymous, 19th Century
This item just in, more information available, please call David if interested

(Very good condition with minor loss to tip of beak, else fine and original; height of bird: 4”, wingspan: 4.5”, height on stand: 8”; base recently custom fabricated)



Painting, Landscape, Water View, Folk Art
American School, 19th Century
A colorful composition within painted frame

(Excellent condition, the bold faux frame by Perry Hopf; overall: 19.75 by 24.5”; view: 13.75 by 18.5”)



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