FULL
SCREEN
     

Lot 405    

Fine and Large Ash Burl Bowl
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 19th century.  A large turned ash bowl; diameter 17 in.

Provenance:  
Property from the Estate of Jane Murphy, Shandon, Ohio


Condition:  
Couple of natural fissures to interior.
Sold: $2,400.00
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

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
Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Churn
Lot # 266 - Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Churn
American, 19th century. Alkaline glaze stoneware churn with dasher ; ht. 17.5 in. > Item Details
Early Betty Lamp
Lot # 465 - Early Betty Lamp
American, 19th century. A forged wrought-iron betty lamp with a twisted rat tail pick; ht. without pick 6 in., lg. with pick 9.5 in. > Item Details
Sterling Finger Lamp, Plus
Lot # 512 - Sterling Finger Lamp, Plus
British, ca 1772. A sterling finger lamp with a removable snuffer, rising on three feet, marked for sterling, London, 1772, and the maker's mark is partial HB?, ?PLUS a small pewter whale oil lamp, stamped 33 on the underside; sterling lamp ht. 4.5 in., silver wt. 11.94ozt (371.5g). > Item Details
Chippendale Oxbow Front Desk
Lot # 331 - Chippendale Oxbow Front Desk
American (New England), 18th century. Chippendale slant front desk in birch with oxbow front case, fitted interior, and ogee bracket feet, in a dry old red wash: ht. 42, wd. 37, dp. 18 in. In old, original surface.  Ex. Clark Garrett. > Item Details
Federal Period Banjo Clock
Lot # 743 - Federal Period Banjo Clock
American, ca 1815-1820. A Federal period banjo clock with a gilt front, surmounted by an eagle finial and painted tablets, probably a L. Curtis (Massachusetts) School presentation timepiece, having a butterfly bridge, single bolt mounting and curtis-style movement and bezel hinge, has period th... > Item Details
Cincinnati Windsor Chair in Old Paint
Lot # 839 - Cincinnati Windsor Chair in Old Paint
American, (Cincinnati), 19th century. A Windsor armchair in old red paint with black bands and yellow accents, the back having six spindles above a saddled seat and curved arm supports, the splayed turned legs joined by an H-stretcher, underside of seat stenciled The Occidental / Made Only By / Wate... > Item Details
<i>L. Norton & Son</i> Stoneware Jar
Lot # 189 - L. Norton & Son Stoneware Jar
American, 19th century. A stoneware jar by L. Norton & Son of Bennington, Vermont, decorated with an ochre tulip design and having applied handles, stamped L. Norton & Son; ht. 9 in. > Item Details
<i> Kenton</i> Buckboard Wagon and <i>Hubley</i> Fire Truck
Lot # 666 - Kenton Buckboard Wagon and Hubley Fire Truck
American (Ohio), 20th century. A cast iron open green-painted buckboard wagon with red-painted wheels and spokes drawn by two horses and a cast iron fire truck, painted red and yellow, featuring an eagle and shield on each side and having two figures on board and two wooden yellow-painted ladders. A... > Item Details
Large Redware Butter Tub by John Bell
Lot # 229 - Large Redware Butter Tub by John Bell
Pennsylvania, 19th century. A redware butter tub featuring a mottled glaze at the base and rim, with down turned handles. With impressed J. Bell above one handle; ht. 7.25 in. > Item Details
Bone Decorated Ditty Box
Lot # 564 - Bone Decorated Ditty Box
American, 19th century. A pine box with hinged lid decorated with carved bone hearts and sunbursts and brass scrollwork latch marked C.T./PAT/APPD/FOR; ht. 2.5, wd. 6.75, dp. 3.5 in. > Item Details
Set of Wheel Cut  Midwestern Flint Glass Goblets
Lot # 34 - Set of Wheel Cut Midwestern Flint Glass Goblets
American, mid-19th century, probably Pittsburg. Set of eight Georgian-style flint glass goblets in clear glass; ht. 3.25, cup dia. 3.5 in.  > Item Details
Miniature Sheraton Grain-Painted Five Drawer Chest
Lot # 74 - Miniature Sheraton Grain-Painted Five Drawer Chest
American, 19th century. A miniature Sheraton grain-painted chest in pine having two drawers over three graduated drawers, all drawers dovetailed, paneled sides, and turned feet; ht. 24.5, lg. 24.75, dp. 13.75 in. > Item Details
Scarce Cincinnati Copper Tea Kettle Signed <i>John Wolf</i>
Lot # 58 - Scarce Cincinnati Copper Tea Kettle Signed John Wolf
American (Cincinnati), 19th century.  A gooseneck copper tea kettle with handle marked John Wolf, Cincinnati; ht. 12.75 in. Originally from Pennsylvania, John Wolf relocated to Cincinnati where, according to the Robinson & Fairbank Cincinnati Directory of 1829, he worked as a tinner... > Item Details
Salesman's Sample Screen Doors
Lot # 869 - Salesman's Sample Screen Doors
American, 19th century. A pair of salesman's sample screen doors with wooden frames and applied trim, one finished in a natural stain and having a horizontal band of turned spindles, the other painted black. The former marked 20.1500 on top edge in pencil, the latter marked 10.1440; ht. of each ... > Item Details
Shaker Crumb Tray and Candle Mold
Lot # 276 - Shaker Crumb Tray and Candle Mold
American. A pair of tin Shaker utentsils, including crumb tray (identified with partial label), and a candle mold in tin with handle; lg. of tray 14 in. > Item Details
<i>Mason Premier</i> Mallard Drake and Hen Decoys
Lot # 622 - Mason Premier Mallard Drake and Hen Decoys
American, 20th century. Two carved mallard duck decoys including a drake and a hen, attributed to the Mason Decoy Factory of Detroit, Michigan, having glass eyes and original polychrome painted details; each lg. 17.25 in. > Item Details
Spindle-Back Rocker
Lot # 813 - Spindle-Back Rocker
American, 19th century. A rocker in cherry with a nine-spindle back, mushroom terminals on arms and taped woven seat; oah 38.5 in. > Item Details
Group of Blown Glass
Lot # 727 - Group of Blown Glass
American, 19th century. An assembled group of blown glass including a clear glass flask with tapered neck, a round clear glass dish, an olive flask, small globular flask, a green glass container with finial and spout and a round clear glass tray; tray dia. 10.8 in, flask ht. 7.8 in. > Item Details
Unusual Stoneware Vessels
Lot # 307 - Unusual Stoneware Vessels
American, 19th century. An assembled group of five unusual stoneware vessels, including a ring flask, a chicken waterer stamped Dalton Pottery, a jar incised Last Cargo Clay / July 6, 1860, a glue pot, and a flower frog, all having glazed surfaces; largest ht. 8.25, ring flask dia. 8 in. (not includ... > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: