FULL
SCREEN
     

Lot 156    

The Sea Historic Black Transferware Dish
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
English, 19th century. A black historic transferware lidded serving dish in The Sea pattern, the lid surmounted by a flower, the handled dish with scalloped rim and depictions of pirates battling at sea and titled The Pirates, with impressed ADAMS mark on underside, raised on a pedestal foot; ht. 7, lg. 12.5 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
Several chips to rim of lid. Areas of glaze loss and discoloration along edge of dish.
Sold: $60.00
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

Child's Birdcage Windsor Armchair
Lot # 750 - Child's Birdcage Windsor Armchair
American, 19th century. A child's Windsor armchair with old finish and bamboo turnings, having a birdcage with seven spindles, illegible signature on underside; oah. 25.25 in.  > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Dome-Top Box, Signed
Lot # 113 - Paint-Decorated Dome-Top Box, Signed
American, 19th century. A pine dome-top box in blue paint, having a dovetailed case and iron hardware, with Nancy Massay(?) written on back; ht. 12, wd. 26.5, dp. 13 in. > Item Details
Queen Anne  High Chest
Lot # 330 - Queen Anne High Chest
American (New England), 18th century. A Queen Anne high chest in cherry and maple with pine secondary, having a (possibly later) broken scrolled pediment and a (later) molded cornice over the upper case of four graduated drawers, over a lower case of three aligned drawers, the whole on cabriole ... > Item Details
Miniature Chest in Cherry
Lot # 806 - Miniature Chest in Cherry
American, 19th century. A miniature chest of drawers in cherry, having a rectangular top over four graduated dovetailed drawers, paneled sides, rising on turned feet; ht. 18, wd. 15.25, dp. 10.75 in.  > Item Details
Pieced Nine Patch Quilt
Lot # 346 - Pieced Nine Patch Quilt
American, early 19th century. A pieced quilt featuring 40 nine-patch blocks in varying fabrics on a navy ground with flower pattern stitching, having a navy border with shell stitching and binding and reverse in blue and white mini houndstooth fabric; 75.5 x 82.25 in. > Item Details
Paint Decorated Lidded Boxes
Lot # 211 - Paint Decorated Lidded Boxes
Continental (likely Scandinavian), 19th century. A group of three lidded boxes, including a crude box in oak with triangular handles and two oval tine boxes with bentwood bodies, one with a handled lid, red painted with blue and yellow floral decoration and the other with red and green painted flowe... > Item Details
Pennsylvania <i>Feathered Star</i> Quilt
Lot # 438 - Pennsylvania Feathered Star Quilt
American (Pennsylvania), ca 1860. A pieced quilt featuring 9 feathered stars framed by sawteeth in wedgwood and neutral color print fabric on cross-hatched blue ground with a white border and binding; 92 x 84 in.  > Item Details
Sharecropper Couple with Cotton and Basket by William Aiken Walker
Lot # 310 - Sharecropper Couple with Cotton and Basket by William Aiken Walker
William Aiken Walker (American, 1838-1921). Oil on canvas portraits of a sharecroppers, the man with a pipe in his mouth and a cotton sack, the woman with a basket of cotton, both in a field of cotton, framed in a gilt and gesso frame, signed WA Walker. l.l.; 7.75 x 4 in. (sight). > Item Details
<i>White's Utica</i> Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Decoration
Lot # 196 - White's Utica Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Decoration
American (New York), 19th century. A salt-glazed stoneware crock with brushed cobalt decoration of a bird, with applied lug handles, impressed White's Utica.; ht. 7 in. > Item Details
Wooden Vertebrae Cane
Lot # 590 - Wooden Vertebrae Cane
American, 19th century. A tapering wooden cane made up of crossed pieces creating the appearance of a vertebral column; lg 38.5 in. > Item Details
Shaker Pitch Fork and Rake
Lot # 284 - Shaker Pitch Fork and Rake
American, late19th-early 20th century. A wooden hay pitchfork and a wooden and wire rake, purported to be from the South Union Shaker community in South Union, Kentucky; pitchfork lg. 62.5, rake lg. 80.5 in. > Item Details
Wire and Canvas Body Duck Decoys, Plus
Lot # 641 - Wire and Canvas Body Duck Decoys, Plus
American, 20th century. Two wire and canvas body duck decoys, having carved wood heads with delineated beaks and polychrome painted details, one a bufflehead with glass eyes and W.M. carved on the underside, the other a mallard with a partially exposed frame, PLUS a painted canvas body decoy by Scot... > Item Details
Irish Chain Pieced Quilt with Fringe
Lot # 339 - Irish Chain Pieced Quilt with Fringe
American (Mechanicsburg, PA), ca 1860. A pieced quilt featuring Irish chain pattern in navy fabric having a triple triangle Wild Goose chase border in navy, large navy diamond in each corner, and original white fringe with tassels on 3 sides, all on densely stitched (9-10 per inch) white ground with... > Item Details
Group of Cincinnati Pewter
Lot # 55 - Group of Cincinnati Pewter
American (Cincinnati), 19th century. An assembled group of pewter including a teapot and 4 candlesticks, teapot marked for Sellew & Co., Cincinnati; ht. of tallest candlestick 10.5 in. > Item Details
British Scrimshawed Whale's Tooth
Lot # 538 - British Scrimshawed Whale's Tooth
English, 19th century. A scrimshawed whale's tooth engraved on one side with scene of five men in a farmyard preparing to shear a large boar, text underneath reading Great cry and little wool; lg. 7 in. > Item Details
<i>The Pelican Sloop of War, Cap. Maples, Rakeing & Capturing the American brig Argus</i>, Reverse Print On Glass
Lot # 324 - The Pelican Sloop of War, Cap. Maples, Rakeing & Capturing the American brig Argus, Reverse Print On Glass
English, early 19th century. A reverse print on glass of a smoke filled sea engagement between the British ship Pelican and the American ship Argus. Inscriptions include:  Pelican carries 20 Guns, 113 Men, had 2 Kill'd 3 Wounded.; The Argus carries 20 Guns, 130 Men, had 6 Kill'd 17 Woun... > Item Details
<i>Dodge</i> Duck Decoys
Lot # 640 - Dodge Duck Decoys
American. Two carved and painted duck decoys attributed to Dodge Decoy Factory (Detroit, Michigan), one a Mallard and one a Teal Body with leather line tie remains; lg. 17.75 in. > Item Details
Two Overshot Coverlets
Lot # 501 - Two Overshot Coverlets
American, 19th century. Two overshot woven coverlets, one a double coverlet having a geometric and wave pattern in red wool and undyed linen and the other in wool, having a red and white geometric pattern and tan fringe; 82 x 71 and 82.25 x 57 in. respectively.  > Item Details
Great Lakes Maple Scoops
Lot # 477 - Great Lakes Maple Scoops
Two fine Great Lakes maple scoops, one with a hooked tapered handle, the other of burl maple with a flat handle; largest lg. 9.5 in.  > Item Details
Pennsylvania Stoneware with Manganese Decoration
Lot # 254 - Pennsylvania Stoneware with Manganese Decoration
American (Pennsylvania), 19th century. A stoneware crock with tin glaze and brushed manganese drape decoration with applied lug handles, also brushed in manganese is the number 4; ht. 10 in. > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: