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ITEM 8736. ASSEMBLED COLLECTION OF CHESTNUT BOTTLES blown in New England, 1790-1820. All of the bottles are undamaged and they range in size from 5 ¼"H to 8 ½"H.

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   ITEM 8651. COVERED REDWARE JAR with a tin oxide glaze likely potted in New York State, C. 1840. Thinly thrown and beautifully formed with a pronounced galleried rim. Some roughness and chipping around the edge of the mouth. Stands 9"H.

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  ITEM 8238. STIEGEL-TYPE PATTERN MOLDED SUGAR BOWL with matching pattern molded cover and ribbed funnel foot. Probably blown at Stiegel's American Flint Glass Manufactory, Manheim, PA, C. 1775. An undamaged specimen with brilliant color, graceful lines and a strong mold impression.

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  ITEM 8713. TIN OVER SHEET IRON COFFEEPOT with brass finial and wrigglework decoration. Created by Bucks County PA tinsmith M. Uebele (stamped on handle), C. 1840. A nearly identical piece can be found on page 152 of "The Pennsylvania German Collection - Philadelphia Museum of Art." The pot is undamaged and stands 11" in height.

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 ITEM 9087. ENGRAVED COMPOTE with hollow baluster stem blown in a 12 paneled mold. Elegantly crafted in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1835. The piece is undamaged and it stands a stately 8" in height, measuring 9 3/8" in diameter.

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   ITEM 9072. AQUAMARINE BLOWN GLASS BOWL made at a New York State Glass House, C. 1840. Big, gutsy and perfectly proportioned, this impressively sized bowl measures 7"H and an impressive 14" in diameter. The piece shows generous signs of usage but remains undamaged.

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  ITEM 9066. "PAIR" OF SILHOUETTES FROM THE CAVERLY FAMILY, Strafford, NH. Silhouettes are housed in their original frames with backboard inscriptions reading "My mother Mrs. Lt. John Caverly 1832" and Asa Caverly Jr. 1830." It's interesting to note that Joseph H. Davis painted several watercolor portraits of the Caverly Family during this period. The handsome frames measure 4 ½" x 5 ¼".

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  ITEM 9061. BLACK GLASS BOTTLE WITH APPLIED SEAL reading "N. / Doggett / 1764." Unlisted in Dumbrell, this fine, early mallet shaped bottle was blown in England, C. 1764. The piece exhibits overall wear with some roughness on the underside of the mouth. This rare and early English seal bottle measures 9 3/8"H.

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 ITEM 9047. PILLAR MOLDED COMPOTE blown in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1850. Thick, heavy and extremely rare in design, this muscular piece of flint glass makes a bold statement as a table's centerpiece. The compote is undamaged and it measures 8"H x 11 ½"W.

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 ITEM 8162. PINPRICKED WATERCOLOR THEOREM retaining vibrant colors and housed within an early and quite likely original frame. American or English, late 18th/early 19th century. Some minor toning as shown with a sight size of 8 3/8"W x 10 ¼"H.

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  ITEM 8714. ARROW WEATHERVANE WITH BALL FINIAL retaining the original weathered gold gilt over copper and zinc. A simple but pleasing and well-balanced vane with an honest surface that measures 25 ¾" in length. Custom stand is included.

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 ITEM 8685. MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY confidently attributed to New York City artist Abraham Parsell, C. 1825. Ivory is undamaged, the cover glass does have two small edge flakes. Sight size of 2 5/8"H x 2 1/8"W.

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  ITEM 8775. REDWARE TEACUP with slip trailed decoration potted in Bristol County, MA, late 18th century. Delicately thrown and exuberantly decorated, the cup does have some glaze loss and flaking as shown but it is a remarkable survivor. Recently found in a Westport, MA home, measuring 2"H and 3 3/8" in diameter.

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  ITEM 8599. FOOTED, BLOWN GLASS CREAMER with a medial rib handle blown in Southern New Jersey, C. 1840. The work of a skilled gaffer, this creamer exhibits the "best" form and glass quality. Undamaged, standing 4 ¼"H. Ex. Dorothy Lee Jones Collection.

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  ITEM 8777. STONEWARE JAR with flying loop handles and stamped floral decoration potted by Jonathan Fenton during his Boston, MA period, late 18th/early 19th century. Remarkably well preserved with some tiny flakes at the rim and base edge but no damage of consequence. Jar has a capacity of roughly one half gallon and stands 8 ½" in height.

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  ITEM 8621. OIL ON ARTIST BOARD DEPICTING RED-BREASTED LOVE BIRDS signed "Maurice," mid to late 19th century. Charmingly depicted and presented as found with no paint restoration. Sight size of 6 5/8"W x 9 5/8"H.

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 ITEM 8629. CHESTNUT BOTTLE blown in Hartford County, CT, 1790-1820. A singular example with great form, color and a delightful drip of amber in the neck and shoulder. The piece measures 5 3/8" in height.

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 ITEM 8525. 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND REDWARE JAR with copper oxide (green) decoration over an orange ground. Sturdily potted and nicely formed. Some expected glaze wear, minor flaking and a shallow, thumbnail-sized base flake. Measures 9 ¼"H.

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  ITEM 8179. LATE 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOR depicting a hunting dog housed in an appropriate period frame. Signed by noted Middlebury, VT artist H.B. Young. Sight size of 12 7/8"H x 19 ¾"W.

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 ITEM 7793. 18th CENTURY DUTCH PAINTED GLOBULAR BOTTLE reportedly depicting a June 11, 1666 battle from the 2nd Anglo-Dutch War. Both the bottle and highly embellished, competently rendered painted scene are remarkably well preserved. Bottle stands 12 1/8"H.

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  ITEM 8163. OIL ON POPLAR BOARD PORTRAIT of a striking gentleman with piercing blue eyes. American School, C. 1820. Presented in untouched, un-restored condition in what appears to be the original frame. Sight size of 19 ¾"W x 25 1/8"H.

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 ITEM 8644. 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND REDWARE JAR with an abstract manganese decoration over a speckled pinkish/orange ground. Undamaged, standing 7 ½"H.

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  ITEM 8034. PAINT DECORATED BASSWOOD DOCUMENT BOX with dovetailed construction. Mid-nineteenth century Vermont origin. Fancifully decorated with faux tiger maple graining. No restoration and clean as a whistle on the interior. Measures 3 7/8"H x 12"W x 8 3/8"D.

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 ITEM 8077. MINIATURE WATERCOLOR ON IVORY housed in a handsome daguerreotype gutta percha case. Ivory appears to date C. 1845, the case is likely a bit later but they are a period pairing. The image is undamaged, the case is missing two hinge pins. Sight size measures 1 15/16"H x 1 ½"W.

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 ITEM 8436. PEARLWARE SUGAR BOWL WITH MATCHING COVER decorated in the round with ochre floral sprigs on a yellow/orange background. English, early 19th century. Overall excellent condition with some minor glaze crazing, discoloration and a tiny flake on the bottom edge of the cover.

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 ITEM 8450. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON'S FLAME STITCH WALLET dated 1804. American or English, measuring 4 ¼" x 5 ½".

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  ITEM 8331. SLIDE TOP CEDAR BOX with intricate carving and a watercolor image of a Boston, MA sailing ship housed behind glass. American, early 19th century. Measures 2 5/8"H x 5 ¾"W x 9 ¾"L. An exceptional piece of American folk art.

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  ITEM 8336. WOODEN PANTRY BOX WITH ORIGINAL WALLPAPER COVERING found in Pittsford, VT. American (likely Vermont), C. 1830. The paper retains good color and exhibits only minor losses. 5 7/8"L x 4 3/8"D x 2 1/8"H.

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   ITEM 8518. HAND CARVED WOODEN INKWELL WITH MULTIPLE INCISED MOTIFS found in Washington County, NY. American, early 19th century. A fabulous piece of folk carving. Measures 5"L x 4 ½"W x 2"D.

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  ITEM 8435. BLUE DECORATED STONEWARE JUG marked "Julius Norton / Bennington, VT." Beautifully formed and more elaborately decorated than others by this maker. Potted between 1847 and 1850 and remains in "as made" condition with an inconsequential stone pop under the handle terminal.

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  ITEM 8376. DEEP SAPPHIRE BLUE BACK BAR BOTTLE blown in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1850. A superior example with thin, highly whittled glass. Stands 10 ½"H.

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  ITEM 8370. STONEWARE WATER COOLER DECORATED "IN THE ROUND" with a bold floral design. Likely potted in Philadelphia, PA, C. 1860. Excellent overall condition with some very tight lines at and around the base. Two gallon capacity, standing 13 ½"H.

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 ITEM 8219. FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL of generous size made in New Jersey or New York State, C. 1840. Undamaged, measuring 7 ¼"H x 11 7/8"D.

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  ITEM 7801. RARE BLOWN THREE MOLD PEG LAMP PAIRED WITH IRON HOGSCRAPER dating C. 1830 and made in New England. Both the lamp and stick are in excellent undamaged condition and they are paired as would becommonplace in the period. Stands 9 5/8" in height.

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 ITEM 8286. ASSEMBLED COLLECTION OF 15 CHESTNUT BOTTLE blown in New England, 1790-1820. Each of the bottles is undamaged and their heights vary from 5" to 8".

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  ITEM 8397. BLOWN GLASS PARADE CANE decorated with five different colors. American, C. 1870. Undamaged, measuring 50 ½"L.

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 ITEM 8408. PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE blown in Zanesville, OH, C. 1830. Boldly ribbed, nicely formed and undamaged. Stands 8"H.

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 ITEM 8039. STENCILED AND WATERCOLORED BIRD ON PAPER housed in a period and likely original lemon gold frame. American, C. 1860. Purchased from a 40 year Middlebury, VT collection. Some toning as shown but the watercolors retain their vibrancy. Sight size of 6 3/8"W x 9 ¼"H.

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  ITEM 8176. 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND CUTLERY TRAY retaining the "best" dry red painted surface. Found in a Bristol, VT home with no damage, simply the expected usage wear to the paint. Measures 15"W x 8"D.

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 ITEM 7771. WEST TOWNSEND, MA CLEMENT FAMILY RECORD, C. 1815. The tree and paired hearts motif is discussed at length in "The Art of the Family" pg. 32 et. sq. Some toning, no damage. An inspired bit of artistry retaining vibrant colors. Sight size of 16 ¾"H x 18"W.

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 ITEM 7988. FREEBLOWN PAN OR BOWL blown in Western New York State, C. 1840. Richly toned blue green in color (a rarity for this type of object) and measuring 2 ¼"H x 6"D.

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ITEM 7777. BRISTOL COUNTY REDWARE JAR with manganese decoration on a pinkish orange ground. Some wear at midbody and two small base edge flakes. A beautiful piece of early 19th century Coastal Massachusetts pottery that stands 7 ¾"H.

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 ITEM 8010. BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER in the rare GV-17 "horn of plenty" pattern. Blown at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Works, 1825-1835. Minor firing crack behind the lower attachment of the hollow blown handle. Measures an impressive 8 ¼"H.

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 ITEM 7710. PAINTED OVAL PANTRY BOX WITH INTRICATE CROSS HATCHED CARVING and initialed with a capital "G" on the lid. Made from maple and pine and pinned with both brass and pewter tacks. Oxidized blue green paint is original to the piece. Dates from the late 18th/early 19th century and measures 2 5/8"H x 7 1/8"W.

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ITEM 7745. EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILHOUETTE with velvet backing. Original frame, glass and backboard with pen and ink inscription reading "Elizabeth Dart Douglass - M. Jos. Peck, Mystic - Dao. Of Elisha Avery Douglass - Waterford, Conn." Sight size of 2 ¾"W x 3 ¾"H.

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ITEM 6329. IMPORTANT COVERED SUGAR BOWL blown in Redford, New York, C. 1840. Stands 5 ¾" in height and is perfectly formed. See McKearin's "American Glass" plate 15, #6 for a related object.

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  ITEM 8180. TEAL GREEN PRESSED GLASS ELONGATED LOOP VASE of diminutive proportions. New England and likely Sandwich, MA in origin. Rare in both size and color, measuring 9 ¼"H x 2 5/8" at the base.

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  ITEM 7766. MATCHING OPALESCENT WHITE LOOPED WITCH BALL AND STAND blown in Southern New Jersey C. 1860. Stands 13 ½"H and is free of damage.

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 ITEM 7817. AMETHYST FOUR PRINTIE-BLOCK VASE ON HEXAGONAL BASE with the "best" early 20th century stapled make-do repair. Gauffered rim and wafered construction. New England, 1840-1860. Stands 11 ¾"H.

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 ITEM 8040. LATE 19TH CENTURY OIL ON ARTIST BOARD LANDSCAPE SCENE of Lake Champlain viewed from the East with the Adirondack Mountains as the backdrop. Recently purchased from a 40 year Middlebury, VT collection. The painting is untouched, the frame is likely original and the sight size measures 8 ¼"H x 15 1/8"W.

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   ITEM JR1. ANNA POTTERY FIGURAL PIG with incised railroad map and molded features. Stoneware with Albany slip glazing. Minor mouth flakes and two small chips on the feet, one of which is overglazed in the making. Measures 8" in length.

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 ITEM 8135. BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER listed by McKearin as GII-7. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840. A rare object in excellent condition standing 8 ½"H.

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  ITEM 7913. OIL ON CANVAS LANDSCAPE painted in the manner of the Hudson River School, mid 19th century. A somewhat naïve, yet capably executed scene. Lightly cleaned, no restoration. Unframed, measuring 10"W x 12"H.

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 ITEM 7952. GV-6 BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER with applied hollow handle and scalloped base. American, 1820-1840. The best possible form for this rare piece of tableware. A tiny spot of manufacture related base edge roughness, otherwise perfect. 6 ¼" in height.

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  ITEM 8127. COBALT BLUE BLOWN GLASS PITCHER with applied neck threading and applied solid glass handle. A classic Pittsburgh, PA form dating C. 1840. Undamaged, measuring 5 5/8"H.

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 ITEM 7987. FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840. Undamaged, measuring a generous 6 ½" in depth and 10" in diameter.

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  ITEM 7406. ALLEGORICAL WATERCOLOR AND PINPRICK entitled "The Shepardess." New England, C. 1810. Purchased from Edith Halpert's American Folk Art Gallery, NY, NY in December of 1941. An extraordinary example of its type. Eglomise mat is an appropriate modern addition. Measures 13 14/"W x 14 ½"H.

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 ITEM 7500. PAINT DECORATED STAND with dynamic faux tiger maple graining. Stand is constructed from maple with beautifully turned legs and a generously overhanging top. Original brass pull and no inpainting. Maine or New Hampshire in origin, C. 1830. Stands 29 5/16"H with a top that measures 20 5/8"W x 19 3/16"D.

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  ITEM 8009. BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER in the GV-3 mold with a unique handle treatment for any piece of blown three mold tableware. American, 1820-1840. Formerly included in the noted collections of Louis G. Meyers and Alfred B. Maclay. Presents as perfect with two minor manufacturing flaws. Stands 5 3/8" in height.

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  ITEM 7579. PAINT DECORATED DOME TOP BOX of superior quality and design. New England and likely Vermont in origin, C. 1830. No paint restoration, retaining the original lock plate and hinges. Hasp appears to be an appropriate period replacement. Measures 30"W x 16"H x 15 ½"D. ex. Stephen-Douglas and Jewett-Berdan.

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  ITEM 7665. PAINT DECORATED TIN DOCUMENT BOX made in New England, C. 1820. Minor paint restoration to the undecorated sides of the lid - the remainder of the box is untouched and the colors are vibrant. Measures ¼"H x 4"D x 7 ½"W.

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  ITEM 7539. PRIOR-HAMBLIN SCHOOL OIL ON ACADEMY BOARD PORTRAIT of a serene young Quaker woman. New England, C. 1840. No restoration, retaining the "best" dry surface with a few tiny paint flakes. Frame is an appropriate match that was likely paired with the portrait in the mid-Twentieth century. A particularly appealing and sympathetic rendering by a confident hand. Sight size of 9 9/16"W x 13 3/8"H.

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 ITEM 7936. PEARLWARE TEAPOT potted in England, early 19th century. Brightly decorated with multi-colored floral transfer. Small (1/8") mouth edge flake and a flake of similar size at the tip of the final. Stands 6 ¾"H, no restoration.

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  ITEM 7502. DOUBLE SIDED PAINT DECORATED CHINTZ BANNER created specifically for a rally of the Bedford (NY) Clay Club and the meeting of the Democratic Whigs of Westchester and Fairfield Counties in the Fall of 1844. Ex, Nina Fletcher Little Collection. Some wear to the banner as shown. Measures 35"W x 25"H.

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  ITEM 7250. COUNTRY CHIPPENDALE MIRROR in a remarkable state of preservation. Mahogany with white pine backboard. Original mirror, all of the glue block are intact. Grain painted surface under crazed varnish. Signed "L.A. Merrill Corinth, VT" on the reverse. Measures 12"W x 18 ½"H.

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  ITEM HJ4. NEW ENGLAND CANDLESTAND in the "best" dry, bittersweet paint. Probably New Hampshire, C. 1810. Stands 24 ¾"H.

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 ITEM 7784. 19TH CENTURY POWDER HORN with engraved silver plate embellishments. Likely English or Scottish in origin. Beautifully rendered and well preserved. Measures 15"L.

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 ITEM 7531. "NEW HAMPSHIRE HOMESTEAD" signed "W.F. Snow." Likely painted in Meredith, NH C. 1935. Original frame, no restoration. Sight size of 15 ¼"H x 25 ½"W.

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  ITEM 8014. BLOWN GLASS APOTHECARY JAR WITH MATCHING DOMED LID blown in Pittsburgh, C. 1840. Clear with applied cobalt blue bands. Undamaged, measuring 9 ¼" in height.

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 ITEM 8038. STONEWARE JAR WITH ORIGINAL "DE VOES ROSE MACCABOY SNUFF SPOTSWOOD, NJ LABEL." Likely potted in New Jersey, late 19th century. Undamaged, retaining evidence of the original tax or revenue stamp on the lip edge. ½ gallon in capacity, standing 8 1/8" in height.

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 ITEM 8000. SILHOUETTE of a handsome gentleman signed "Aug Edouart" and dated 1840. Sight size of 7"W x 10 ¾"H. Edges may have been lightly trimmed.

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ITEM 7998. MAMMOTH WIDEMOUTH BLACK GLASS STORAGE BOTTLE blown in France, C. 1800. Undamaged, standing an impressive 15 ½"in height.

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  ITEM 8012. BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER in the very rare GV-16 mold. American, 1820-1840. An undamaged, fresh to the market example with the best possible form that stands 7 ¼"H.

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 ITEM 7464. REDWARE JAR potted in New York State C. 1850. Creamy green flaze with profuse red veining. Some expected base edge chipping, no additional damage. Stands 9 ¾"H.

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 ITEM 7074. REDWARE JAR WITH MATCHING COVER potted in Maine, C. 1840. Gracefully formed jar with no damage - matching lid has some minor chipping on the underside of the rim. Stands 9 ½"H to the tip of the finial.

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 ITEM JR2. HEXAGONAL PRESSED BASE GLASS LAMP with a blown molded font in the ring and ellipse pattern. Created at the New England Glass Company, East Cambridge, MA, C. 1850. Emerald green in color and presented with the original pewter collar and burner. 7 ½"H and free of major damage with just two minor base edge flakes.

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  ITEM 7528. WHITING FAMILY REGISTER, Wrentham. MA, C. 1830. A register of remarkably grand scale with a unique composition that includes a watercolor seascape. Frame and one piece backboard are each original. Sight size is a dramatic 21 3/8"W x 29 3/8"H.

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  ITEM 7813. COBALT BLUE PRESSED GLASS SIX PANEL TUMBLER made in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1860. The vessel stands 3 5/16"H and is undamaged save for some minor, manufacture-related roughness at the base edge.

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  ITEM 7547. "BONAPARTE" PENCIL SKETCH of a stocky Merino Sheep signed "Norton," C. 1880. Likely the source for a lithograph. Sight size of 8 ¾"H x 12 7/8"W.

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 ITEM 7794. PAINT DECORATED TINWARE BOX made in New England C. 1820. Presented exactly as found (dust and all!) in a Middletown Springs, Vermont attic. Some shallow dents to top and minor losses to japanning. Very brightly colored and beautifully rendered decoration. Slightly larger than most, measuring 8 ¾"W x 5 ¾"H x 4 ½"D.

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 ITEM 7699. PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN TAUFSCHEINE (birth or baptismal certificate) wrought by Conrad Trevitz and dated 1770. Trevitz was a gifted Fraktur artist who also served in the Revolutionary War. Ink and watercolor on paper housed in an attractive modern frame. Sight size is 13"H x 16"W.

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  ITEM 7838. EXUBERANTLY DECORATED MOCHA MUG with foliate handle terminal. Made in England C. 1810 and presented "as found" with no chips or cracks. Stands 3 ½"H.

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 ITEM 7758. FREEBLOWN VASE WITH OPALESCENT WHITE LOOPINGS blown in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1840. An exquisite, undamaged objet d'art that is the work of a master glassblower. Measures 8 ½"H.

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  ITEM 7841. PAIR OF PEARLWARE CHILD'S PLATES made in England C. 1830. Both plates are in superb condition (one with a pinhead sized flake on the underside of the rim, the other perfect) and they are as crisp as any we have encountered. Each plate is a hair over 5" in diameter.

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ITEM 7839. MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY presented in its original oval red leather covered case. New England in origin, dating C. 1820. A wonderfully detailed and skillfully rendered image of an appealing sitter. Measures 3 ½"H x 2 3/8"W.

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 ITEM 7814. PURPLE AMETHYST PRESSED GLASS EIGHT PANEL TUMBLER made in Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1860. The tumbler is undamaged and measures 3 7/16"H.

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  ITEM 7670. HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL LANDSCAPE housed in a modern paint decorated frame. Oil on canvas likely painted in the vicinity of Albany, NY, C. 1870. Sight size of 21 3/8"H x 35 ¾"W.

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  ITEM 7689. BLUE DECORATED YELLOWARE SPANIEL potted in Mogadore, OH, C. 1875. Mint condition with no chips or cracks. Stands 10 ¼"H.

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  ITEM 7744. PAINT DECORATED EGLOMISE MIRROR with folky nautical scene. New England, C. 1830 with no restoration or damage. Measures 10 ¾"W x 20 ½"H.

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 ITEM 7767. LABLED NEW ENGLAND SNUFF JAR retaining its original cork and contents. A very rare survivor that measures 4 ¼"H.

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 ITEM 7635. BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE DOG potted in Ohio, C. 1870. Great detailing and good depth of blue exhibited by this scarce stoneware figural. Small flake behind right ear, otherwise perfect. Stands 10"H.

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ITEM 7096. WALLPAPERED MUFF BOX, American, C. 1840. Deaccessioned from the Dutchess County (NY) Historical Society. Rare form and design with interesting subject matter. Measures 15"H x 11 ¼"D.

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 ITEM 6733. WEST NEWBURY, MASSACHUSETTS MARSHALL FAMILY RECORD dated 1835. Intriguing mix of artistic techniques create a dynamic composition. Sight size is 11 ¾"W x 14 ¾"H.

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 ITEM 7522. STONEWARE POT with cobalt blue swag and tassel decoration. Coastal (NY, NJ or CT) in origin, C. 1810. No damage but some staining of the clay as shown. 10 ¾"H and approximately 3 gallons in capacity.

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 ITEM 7702. 18TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND SIDE CHAIR with vibrant 19th century paint decorated tiger maple graining and rush seat. Transitional Queen Ann/Chipppendale chair with boldly turned stretchers, pad feet, vasiform splat and stylized crest. No damage or repairs and retaining its original 17" seat height. Truly a great side chair.

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 ITEM 7196. MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA ALARM LIST with brightly colored lettering and decorative scroll work on black background. Poplar and tin. No paint restoration. Measures 36 ½"H x 27 7/8"W.

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 ITEM 7691. OIL ON CANVAS LANDSCAPE of the Champlain Valley painted in the manner of James Hope. Found at a Rutland, VT tag sale. Canvas is undamaged and unrestored, frame is an appropriate period replacement. Sight size is 9 1/2"W x 11 3/8"H.

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  ITEM 7688. OIL ON BOARD PORTRAIT of a distinguished young gentleman seated in a red side chair and holding a book. American, likely painted in the Mid-Atlantic States, C. 1815. Painting is presented "as found" with no restoration and is housed in the original frame. Some minor paint loss as shown. Portrait is fresh to the market and more appealing than the photos would indicate.

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  ITEM 7701. PAINT DECORATED TINWARE BOX made in New England C. 1820. Presented "as found" with nominal paint loss, strong, vibrant colors and no damage or restoration. Measures 6 9/16"W x 3 5/8"H x 3 ½"D.

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  ITEM 7618. PITTSBURGH, PA LOOPED COVERED BLOWN GLASS URN, C. 1860. Ruby red, cased in clear with superimposed tooled decoration. An extremely rare, if not unique color combination for this form. There is a tiny flake on the inside edge of the cover but no damage of consequence. Commanding size (13 ¼"H) and a dramatic visual presence.

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  ITEM 7684. INCISED STONEWARE PITCHER potted in New York City, C. 1815. Created by a member of either the Crolius or Remmey family. Stands an imposing 14 ½"H and is presented in a remarkable state of preservation with no damage or repairs, just some inconsequential kiln burns. A rare and impressive piece.

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 ITEM 7413. EARLY 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT confidently attributed to Sanford Mason, C. 1820. Portrait was found in Maine but most of Mason's work can be traced to Boston and Providence. A singular rendering by a confident hand. Framed, measuring 25"W x 30"H.

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 ITEM 7492. NEW ENGLAND PEMBROKE CROSS STRETCHER TABLE likely made in Northern Massachusetts or Southern Vermont, C. 1800. Cherry with old (quite likely original) crazed varnished surface. Hinges are early replacements, no additional alterations. Legs are beaded on three sides and chamfered on the inside edge. Country made but delicately so. Measures 26 ¼"H x 34"L x 17 5/8"W (35 ½" with leaves extended).

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  ITEM 7598. CHILD'S TRANSFER PLATE marked "Crusoe Viewing The Island." Potted by the Brownhills Pottery Co., Tunstall, England, C. 1880. Crisp transfer and interesting subject matter. One tiny (1/16") skin deep rim flake, no cracks. Measures 8 1/8"D.

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  ITEM 7676. FREEBLOWN COMPOTE with bladed knopf and outwardly folded rim. American, 1820-1840. No damage but the piece does exhibit the expected light usage wear. 4"H and beautifully constructed.

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  ITEM 7686. MINIATURE REDWARE JAR likely potted in SE Massachusetts, C. 1820. Diminutively sized at 5 ½"H. Condition is perfect and the glaze is appealing.

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 ITEM 7666. ASH BURL LADLE with the "best" untouched surface. Northeastern Woodlands Indian, late 18th century. A superb ladle expertly carved from choice ash burl. Larger than most at 10"L with a bowl that it roughly 5 ¼"D.

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 ITEM 7034. OIL ON TULIPWOOD PORTRAIT OF YOUNG GIRL, painted by an unidentified but documented Western New York State artist. 1823 Palmyra, New York newspaper fragments act as shims between the eglomise mat and the tulipwood panel. See "Folk Art's Many Faces," page 175 for another example of the artist's work. Additional portraits by this artist can be found in the National Gallery of Art, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center and the Wadsworth Athenaeum. Sight size is 6 3/8"W x 8 3/8"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7510. JAPANNED TINWARE DOCUMENT BOX of superior design and craftsmanship. New England or New York State in origin, C. 1815. Dry, lightly varnished surface with strong, contrasting colors. Measures 5 3/8"H x 4 1/16"D x 9 1/8"W.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7236. WOODEN FENCE POST CARVING with weathered white paint. American, late 19th century. Deeply carved and pleasantly rendered. Stands 10"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7460. OIL ON PINE PANEL STILL LIFE housed in appropriate period frame. American, mid to late 19th century. A charming, yet skillful rendering with some minor paint restoration. Sight size is 7 ½"H x 8 ½"W.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7454. 19TH CENTURY CHALKWARE SPANIEL with untouched patinated surface. Some wear, no chips or cracks. Stands 8 1/8"H. $235

 

 ITEM 7053. MINIATURE REDWARE JUG potted in the early 19th century on the coast of Massachusetts. Incised banding around shoulder, ribbed handle and mottled glaze. Stands only 5 ¼"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7466. STONEWARE JUG marked "W.H. Farrar & Co. / Geddes, NY" with stylized three stemmed tulip. Boldly decorated and very pleasing to the eye. Some glaze crawling on the backside but no post-manufacture damage. Two gallons, standing 14" in height.

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  ITEM 7354. HANDLED MOCHA MUG made in England (likely by Clewes) C. 1800. Unrestored with a minor glaze line extend downwards from the rim. Outstanding color palette and design. Ex. William Lewan Collection. Stands 3 5/8"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7461. EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLOWN GLASS COMPOTE WITH LATER 19TH CENTURY WOOL FLOWERS sold as an assemblage. A fun, folky and visually dynamic display that measures 14"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7498. MINIATURE GLOBULAR BOTTLE blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820. Light and bright in color, no damage. Stands 3 ¼"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 6314. WHALEBONE IVORY PICTURE FRAME sailor made for his "Fondest Mary." American, mid-nineteenth century. Retains original glass with a sight size of 5 ½"W x 7 ½"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7268. BETTY LAMP WITH MATCHING STAND made by an expert tinsmith. New England, C. 1840. All original, includes wick and some oil residue. Stands 14 ½"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 6730. 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS Connecticut River Valley landscape painted in the manner of Benjamin Champney. Pleasing palette and strikingly rendered trees. Sight size is 13 ½"H x 21 ½"W.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7317. 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS ADIRONDACK LANDSCAPE with capably rendered detailing and a beautiful morning sky. Unframed, measuring 28"H x 40"W.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7287. BEADED VELVET AND SILK PINCUSHION made in New York State (likely by a Native American), mid-Nineteenth century. Outstanding condition with no missing beads and only a small (1/8") tear of the silk. The "best" colors. Measures 2 ¾"H.

SOLD

 

   ITEM 7400. CARVED CHALKWARE SHEEP of understated elegance. Wonderfully "modern" sensibility but the piece dates to the late 19th/early 20th century. Stands 12"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7121. WATERCOLOR SILHOUETTE of a distinguished gentleman with his canine companion. English, C. 1840. Housed in a striking bird's eye maple frame and beautifully matted. Sight size is 12 ½"H x 9 ½"W.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7123. "TREE OF LIFE" WATERCOLOR, American, mid-nineteenth century. Appropriate period frame. Sight size is 4 ½"H x 5 ½"W.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7214. WATERCOLOR FAMILY RECORD documenting the Hopkinton, Rhode Island family of Humphrey Taylor and Betsey Wilbur. Painted by a Southern Rhode Island artist in 1842. Bright colors and superb detailing. Some paper toning and a few scattered areas of exfoliation but overall excellent condition. Sight size is 17 ¼"W x 19 ¼"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7087. VELVET WALLET, American, C, 1830. Presented as found in a Chester, Vermont Estate. Some minor color loss but no damage. Measures 7 ½"L x 4"W.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 6748. NEW ENGLAND WHITE PINE DOCUMENT BOX dated 1869. Original reddish brown varnish and shadowed gold numerals. Neatly face nailed with original hardware. Measures 12 5/8"H x 9 7/8"D x 18"W.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7195. HANGING SCHOOLHOUSE CUPBOARD in original red paint with remnants of the original label inside the door. No repair or paint restoration. American, probably New York State, C. 1840. Diminutively sized at 22 ¼"H x 16"W x 5 ¾"D.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7233. PAIR OF CARVED WOODEN DUCKS with weathered white paint. American, early 20th century. Presented as found with no restoration and wear to paint and wood as shown. Approximately 12"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7255. EXQUISITE 19TH CENTURY STILL LIFE with a bullfinch perched atop a bountiful mound of fruit. Oil on oak wood panel presented in an appropriate period frame. Unsigned but obviously the work of a highly skilled artist. No paint restoration. Sight size is 9 ¾"H x 12"W.

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  ITEM 6818. PAINT DECORATED WALL MIRROR made from New England white pine. Beautifully crude glass with numerous bubbles and striations. Paint dates to the mid-19th century, the mirror may be earlier. Measures 6 3/8"W x 9 3/8"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 6622. 19TH CENTURY SILHOUETTE with documentation on the reverse showing the sitter to be Josiah Hall of Salem, New York. Presented as found in a local home. Frame and matting appear to be original. Sight size inside mat measures 2 1/16"W x 3 5/16H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7202. DECORATED STONEWARE JAR with stylized bluejay in dark "Benny blue." Marked "J. Norton & Co. / Bennington VT." Dates 1859-1861. Superb condition with two TINY rim flakes and no restoration. Cobalt decoration is crisply rendered with no flaking or bubbling. Two gallon capacity standing 11 5/8"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7249. HAND MIRROR with original label on reverse. Made from New England white pine, mid-19th century. Delicate and appealing with no damage and nominal usage wear.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7036. 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT of attractive young woman. Stylistic similarities to a signed portrait in the Castleton (Vermont) Historical Society point toward James Hope (best known for his landscapes) as the probable artist. Small repair to a tear in the canvas, the frame is likely original. Sight size is 11 ¾"W x 13 ½"H.

SOLD

 

  ITEM HJ5. PAINTED KIDNEY SHAPED DEMIJOHN with double sided landscape. American, C. 1840. Some minor loss to mid-nineteenth century paint decoration. 19 ½" in height.

SOLD

 

  ITEM 7095. PEARLWARE TRANSFERWARE PLATE, English, C. 1850. Rare example with crisply defined transfer. No damage or restorations. Measures 7 7/8"D.

SOLD

 

ITEM 6762. HAND MIRROR made from New England white pine. Original surface with pleasing usage wear. Loss to silvering on mirror as shown. Very delicate and appealing, C. 1850. Measures 8 1/8"H x 3 ½"W.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 6819. HANDLED REDWARE TANKARD probably potted in Coastal Massachusetts, C. 1810. Some rim flakes from usage, no restoration. Measures 4 9/16"H.

SOLD

 ITEM 7177. PAIR OF CAST IRON DUCKS with maker's mark. American, early 20th century. As found with pleasing surface and no paint restoration. The ducks stand 7" and 11 ¼"H.

SOLD

 

ITEM 7168. WOODEN TRADE SIGN with stenciled black lettering. American, late nineteenth century. As found with no paint restoration. Measures 11 ¾"H x 18"W.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 6991. PAIR OF OIL ON POPLAR PANEL PORTRAITS in original frames confidently attributed to Jacob Eichholtz, Lancaster County, PA, C. 1810. See Thomas R. Ryan's "The Worlds of Jacob Eichholtz," page 102 for a related sitter. Sight size is 5 ½"W x 7 ¼"H.

SOLD

 

ITEM 7120. CARVED STONE with symbols of the Theosophical Society, C. 1900. Found in a house cleanout on the Yale University campus. Measures 4" x 3 ¼".  

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 ITEM 7176. DIMINUTIVE STONEWARE WATER COOLER with rotund cobalt blue bird. Potted at the New York Stoneware Company, C. 1875. No restoration, shallow flake from bung hole. Measures only 10 1/8"H. Exceptional in all regards.

SOLD 

 

 ITEM 6709. LATE 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS depicting the John Greenleaf Whittier Homestead, Haverhill, MA. The canvas is dated 1884 on the reverse. Sight size is 17 ½"H x 25 ½"W.

SOLD 

 

 ITEM HJ3. MOCHA TANKARD with foliate handle terminal and tooled base edge. English, C. 1800. Minor rim flake and two short, tight hairlines extending downwards from the rim. Superb form, color and decoration. Purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum in the 1970s. Stands 5 7/8"H. SOLD

 

ITEM HJ2. STONEWARE POT WITH FREESTANDING HANDLES marked "Commeraws Stoneware Corlears Hook New York." Thomas Commerau potted at Corlears Hook from 1797 to 1819. No restoration, some flaking at the base and a firing line at the base of one handle. Stands 13"H and has a capacity of roughly two gallons.

SOLD

 

 ITEM 7122. PAINTED FIRKIN in the "best" dry, oxidized Windsor Green surface. No damage other than the expected usage wear. Measures 11"H.

SOLD 

 

 ITEM 7110. TRANSFER DECORATED PEARLWARE PITCHER in the "Howda" pattern, English, C. 1800. No damage or restorations, minor discoloration as shown. Rare form and pattern. Stands 7 ½"H.

SOLD

 

 ITEM HJ1. FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL blown in Western New York State C. 1840. Measures 6 1/8"H x 8 7/8"D and exhibits ample evidence of usage wear.

SOLD

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