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Miniature Earthenware Jugs and Bank
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 19th century. Lot of five includes four jugs and one bank; largest ht. 5.25 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan
Sold: $276.75
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Sheraton Maple Work Table
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Lot # 199 - W.H. Farrar & Co. Stoneware Crock With Cobalt Decoration
American (New York), mid-19th century. An ovoid form salt-glazed stoneware crock with applied lug handles and brushed cobalt decoration of a rooster, a plume of foliage, and a 2, impressed W.H. Farrar & Co. / Geddes, N.Y.; ht. 11 in. > Item Details
Wallpaper-Covered Bentwood Box
Lot # 202 - Wallpaper-Covered Bentwood Box
American, 19th century. A lidded oval bentwood box, covered in wallpaper with printed salmon and dark blue leaf and star designs, all against a blue ground, the interior and bottom lined with a newspaper from 1830; ht. 13.5, dia. 17 x 19.25 in. > Item Details
A Fine Blown Glass Lacemaker's Lamp
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Pair of Fine Hand Wrought Ladles
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Gaudy Ironstone Tableware
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Pennsylvania Tulip Appliqué Quilt Dated 1854
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Group of Pewter, Candlesticks and Teapot
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Collection of Miniature Portraits of British Officers
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<i>Democratic Rose</i> Quilt
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Early Masonic Silver Jewel
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American (Otsego, Michigan), late 18th-early 19th century. A silver masonic jewel, likely from the Royal Arch chapter. One side shows a masonic crest, the other side with symbols and marked Holiness to the Lord/ J. Cram Otsego R.A.C. No. 26; lg. 3.25 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
<i>Vases of Coxcombs</i> Ca 1850 Appliqué Friendship Quilt
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American (Belmont Co, Ohio), ca 1850. A lightly stuffed friendship quilt featuring 10 appliqué vase of coxcomb patterns in red, orange and green calico fabric facing various directions, having a border of an appliquéd curving vine with small flowers in matching fabrics, all o... > Item Details
Union Village Shaker Cherry Blanket Chest
Lot # 176 - Union Village Shaker Cherry Blanket Chest
American (Ohio), 19th century.  A Shaker blanket chest in cherry and pine with one long scratch-beaded drawer and glass knobs; ht. 28, wd. 41.5, dp. 16.25 in. > Item Details
Imari-Style Ironstone Tablewares
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Michigan Inlaid Cherry Chest of Drawers, Plus
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American, made by Frank Martin of Westphalia, Michigan, mid 19th century. An inlaid two-piece chest of drawers in cherry, the upper section with two aligned drawers having heart shaped inlays, the lower section with three drawers having checkerboard inlays, rising on ogee bracket feet, PLUS two... > Item Details
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