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The Main House Gallery, MH3
Offerings from Our Discriminating Dealers and Consignors

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MH3-D



Early Glass Inkwells



Left to Right:
Ink, Brownish Amber, Probably, Marlborough St Factory, GII-29A
McKearin pg. 314
(2.25" x 1.5") MH3-41A $295

Double Pattern Blown Pitkin Ink, Probably Pitkin Glass Works, Manchester, CT, 1783-1830
Dark Green with 36 Swirls/Ribs, Small Flake Off Disc
(2.25" x 1.5") MH3-41B $1,750

Coventry, CT BTM Ink, GII-26 Pattern
Covill pg. 282, fig 1175 (2.25" x 1.5") MH3-41C $265

 

MH3-41




Early Glass Inkwells



Left to Right:
Rare Early Ink, with 7 Annular Rings in Dark Emerald Green,
Possibly Vernon Glass Works, circa 1815-1830

Flake to Rim of Base, Pin Prick on Shoulder
(2.5" x 1.75") MH3-42A $1,650

Ink, Brownish Amber, Probably Keene's Marlbourough St Factory, GII-29A
Excellent Condition
(2.25" x 1.5") MH3-42B $345

 

MH3-42




Staffordshire pitcher by James and William Adams IV & Sons, depicting The Great Seal of the US, positioned on the spout



This pitcher was produced 3 sizes, this being the largest at 8.25”. c 1829-35. One professional restoration to a hairline

$3,800

MH3-37




Lake George, State of New York Platter, Enoch Wood & Son



c 1825, shell border, 16.25”, excellent condition

$2,400

MH3-38




Pitcher, Washington’s Seat, Mt Vernon



Depicts Mt Vernon, Potomac River with a schooner, a rider on horseback, and 2 people in the foreground. It Has an exaggerated spout, and ball shaped body with oak leaf and flower border. Excellent condition (7.5")

$1,250

MH3-39




Ball form teapot with Commodore Macdonough’s Victory on Lake Champlain



original lid, c 1818-20, excellent condition,

$1,750

MH3-40




Transfer Cup Plate, Holiday Street Theater Transfer
Baltimore, Maryland, Circa 1814 to 1828
Henshall and Co.



Perfect condition.
Dimensions: 3.5".

$675

MH3-34




Transfer Cup Plate, Landing of Lafayette at Castle Gardens Transfer
August 18, 1824
Decorated and borderless
Ralph and Games Clews, Circa 1824 to 1830



Perfect condition.
Dimensions: 3.5".

$475

MH3-35




Transfer Plate, Fall on Montmorency New Quebec Transfer
By Enoch Wood, Circa 1825 to 1836
Par of the Shell Border series



Light wear and well marked.
Dimensions: 9".

$1,025

MH3-36




Swirled Glass Glob, Honey Amber Color, Twenty Four Ribs, Folded Lip
Zanesville, Ohio, Circa 1830



Great condition.
Dimensions: 7.25” H.

$850

MH3-31




Blown Three Mold Creamer, Great Pour Spout and Drawn Foot
Boston and Sandwich Co., Circa 1830 - SOLD



Well formed impression and applied handle with accentuated medial rib and curl. Remains in great condition.
Dimensions: 4.25” H.

MH3-33 - SOLD




Stafforshire Two Cup Teapot, Mount Vernon Transfer
“The Seat of the Late Gen’l Washington”
Circa 1825



George Washington in uniform can be seen standing beside a horse in the foreground with Mt. Vernon and a ship in the background with a floral surround. Maker unknown, possibly Enoch Wood and Sons.
Remains in very good condition.
Dimensions: 6.25”.

$995

MH3-29




Staffordshire Sugar Box, Mount Vernon Transfer
“The Seat of the Late Gen’l Washington”
Circa 1825



George Washington in uniform can be seen standing beside a horse in the foreground with Mt. Vernon and a ship in the background with a floral surround. Maker unknown, possibly Enoch Wood and Sons.
Remains in very good condition.
Dimensions: 6”.

$750

MH3-30




Glass Creamer, Cobalt Blue, Pittsburg “Bucket” Form
Circa 1830 to 1845 - SOLD



Flared lip, exaggerated spout and applied solid handle.
Great condition.
Dimensions: 3.75” H.

MH3-22 - SOLD




Cobalt Glass Half Pint Bottle, Three Mold Blown, Original Tam-O-Shanter Top
Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.



Dimensions: 6.25” H.

$1,275

MH3-19



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