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Chip-carved Box, Tulips, Possibly Pennsylvania
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Chip-carved Box, Tulips, Possibly Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 3.25"; width: 10"; depth: 4.75"

Material: Pine, maple with some figure

Condition: Fine, good color and patina

Additional Information: Allover carving featuring six tulips and other geometric
devices.

SOLD

1245-23




Small Dome top Shagreen Covered Box, Contains Coins, Brass Hardware
Anonymous, Likely 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Small Dome Top Shagree Covered Box Containing Coins, 18th Century, angle view with coins

(Minor imperfections to interior; 2 by 1.75 by 1”)

SOLD

424-297




Folk Art Egyptian Style Carved Sarcophagus Form Footed Box
Anonymous, Likely Early 20th Century - SOLD


Folk Art Egyptian Style Sarcophagus Form Box, Likely Early 20th Century, angle view

Top and sides relief carved with figures and hieroglyphics, interior fitted with three compartments. (Excellent condition; loss to tip of head crown which will easily be restored; H: 5.75"; L: 18"; W: 3.75")

1121-3 - SOLD




Trunk, Hide Covered, Brass Tack Ornamentation
Wallpapered Interior with Original Maker's Label
Daniel Watson, Saddler, Trunk and Harness Maker
Keene, New Hampshire
Early 19th Century
Initialed SH - SOLD


Trunk, Hide Covered, Brass Tack Ornamentation
Wallpapered Interior with Original Maker's Label
Daniel Watson, Saddler, Trunk and Harness Maker
Keene, New Hampshire
Early 19th Century, entire view

A superbly decorated box with hide covering, original lock, and brass hardware; the wire hinges were compromised and are retrofitted with lovely small brass strap hinges. Daniel Watson, a saddler, leather fire bucket maker; manufacturer of military goods, and one of the principal stockholders of the New Hampshire Glass Factory was a successful and prominent citizen of Keen; he died in 1837.
Dimensions: 6.25" H, 15" W, 8.75" D.

270-90 - SOLD




Case of Drawers, Old Surface
New England
Early 19th Century
White pine and mahogany veneer drawer fronts - SOLD


Case of Drawers, Old Surface
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

The rectangular case of dovetail construction fitted with ten competently constructed dovetailed drawers, retaining original brass hardware. The surface appears to be original. (Height: 7 inches; width: 25 inches; depth: 11.75 inches)

424-71 - SOLD




Trunk, Leather, Tooled
European, probably Spain
17th or Early 18th Century - SOLD


Trunk, Leather, Tooled
European, probably Spain
17th or Early 18th Century, entire view

As depicted, an early domed trunk covered in "all over" tooled leather featuring scrolled and floral motifs; the front includes a pair of magnificent angelic creatures. The lid remains on original snipe hinges; wrought iron handles, fittings, and massive decorated lock intact. In generally good condition with minor losses to scalloped leather border. (Height: 14 inches; width: 39.75 inches; depth: 19 inches)

161-41 - SOLD





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