FULL
SCREEN
     

Lot 208    

Paint-Decorated Box
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American or English, 19th century. A paint-decorated box of dovetailed construction with a hinged lid and original iron hardware, decoration painted on a blue ground; ht. 6.75, wd. 18.5, dp. 11 in. 

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


Condition:  
Surface wear with some paint loss. Interior has paint splatters and stains. 
Sold: $720.00
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

Fine Brass Skater's Lantern
Lot # 471 - Fine Brass Skater's Lantern
American, 19th century. A brass skater's lantern with a hanging chain handle and stepped brass front; ht. 9.5 in. > Item Details
Maine Paint-Decorated Oval Bentwood Pantry Box
Lot # 391 - Maine Paint-Decorated Oval Bentwood Pantry Box
American, 19th century. An oval covered pantry box, having a pine top and bottom with bent maple sides, joined with two opposing fingers and metal tacks, painted with a black and gold band around the center against a red ground, the lid decorated with a recumbent stag in a tree-covered landscape, in... > Item Details
Federal Standing Secretary
Lot # 375 - Federal Standing Secretary
American (probably New York) 1800-1815. A standing bureau in cherry with pine secondary. having a fall front top drawer with fitted interior, over three long drawers, the base and sides with shaped aprons, the whole rising on French feet; ht. 43.75, wd. 44, dp. 21.25 in. > Item Details
Pairs of Sailor-Made Beckets
Lot # 572 - Pairs of Sailor-Made Beckets
American, 19th century. Two pairs of sailor-made beckets, one pair with wooden cleats carved with stars and macramé handles and the other with blue rope Turk's head knots; ht. 12, wd. 5.25 in.  > Item Details
Diamond Quilted Mold-Blown Cobalt Pitcher
Lot # 776 - Diamond Quilted Mold-Blown Cobalt Pitcher
American, probably Pennsylvania, 19th century. A Stiegel type 15 diamond quilted mold-blown cobalt pitcher with applied scrolled handle, flaring mouth and bulbous body; ht. 3.5 in. > Item Details
Portrait of a Young Woman by Jacob Maentel
Lot # 137 - Portrait of a Young Woman by Jacob Maentel
Jacob Maentel (Pennsylvania, 1763-1863), early 19th century. A watercolor profile portrait of young woman, housed in a  contemporary painted frame, 3 x 4.25 in. (sight). Unsigned.  With verso label of <i>Stephen Gemberling Americana, York, PA</i>. > Item Details
Union Village Shaker Stand
Lot # 174 - Union Village Shaker Stand
American (Ohio), 19th century. A Shaker stand in pine, having an overhanging one-board top over one drawer with porcelain knob, on quadrangular tapering legs; ht. 29, wd. 23.75, dp. 19 in. > Item Details
Demi-john in Green Blown Glass
Lot # 738 - Demi-john in Green Blown Glass
American, ca 1820s. A bulbous blown green glass demi-john, made in two parts, with an applied rim and  raised pontil; ht. 20 in. > Item Details
Miniature Corner Cupboard in Cherry
Lot # 853 - Miniature Corner Cupboard in Cherry
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A miniature one-piece corner cupboard in cherry, having a broken-arch pediment, the upper section with a single glazed door, the lower section with a single paneled door; ht. 47, wd. 21.5, dp. 11 in.  > Item Details
Redware and Stoneware Jugs and Pitcher
Lot # 306 - Redware and Stoneware Jugs and Pitcher
American, 19th century. An assembled group of three redware and stoneware jugs and one stoneware pitcher, all having glazed surfaces and applied handles, two jugs with tooled shoulders, all unmarked; largest ht. 7 in. > Item Details
Signed Canteen, War of 1812 Era
Lot # 49 - Signed Canteen, War of 1812 Era
American, early 19th century. A signed canteen in original blue paint, with two hand-wrought bands, attached with wrought iron brads and having three metal loops to secure the leather strap. The canteen probably dates to the War of 1812. The name J. Slemmer (possibly for Jacob Slemmer a Pennsylvania... > Item Details
Imari-Style Ironstone Tablewares
Lot # 427 - Imari-Style Ironstone Tablewares
English, 19th century. An assembled group of five ironstone dishes including two salad plates, a dinner plate, a soup bowl, and a two-handled serving dish, all having matching Imari-style landscape scenes with gilt accents, all marked with a crown above REAL IRON = / = STONE CHINA., bowl with a... > Item Details
Staffordshire Pottery Abraham Lincoln Alphabet Plates
Lot # 444 - Staffordshire Pottery Abraham Lincoln Alphabet Plates
English, 19th century. Two Staffordshire pottery transfer decorated child's alphabet plates, center of plates with transfer of Abraham Lincoln, one in blue, the other in red, border of plates with relief molded letters of the alphabet, unmarked; dia. 7.25 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
Sailor's Folk Art Picture Frame
Lot # 576 - Sailor's Folk Art Picture Frame
American, 19th century. A sailor's folk art picture frame featuring a bronze pierced heart in front of a crossed anchor and crucifix, surrounded by a laurel wreath. The bronze is backed by some sort of hard resin; 7.5 in dia. > Item Details
Hanging Corner Shelf
Lot # 911 - Hanging Corner Shelf
American, 19th century. A hanging corner shelf in mixed woods, with shaped crest, carved and applied leaf motifs and three shelves; ht. 50.25, wd. 24.5, dp. 12 in. > Item Details
Turned Maple Canisters
Lot # 386 - Turned Maple Canisters
American, 19th century. An assembled group of four finely turned maple canisters, each having a fitted lid with a central finial; largest ht. 5.75, dia. 5.5 in. > Item Details
Flag Painted Shield
Lot # 65 - Flag Painted Shield
American, late 19th century.  A metal shield painted with the design of an American flag (44 stars), hanging rings on the back; 29.25 x 27 in. > Item Details
Finely Carved Architectural Fragment in Original Paint
Lot # 893 - Finely Carved Architectural Fragment in Original Paint
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A carved pine architectural panel with a raised central medallion design having scalloped edges possibly from a Federal mantel; 12.5 x 18 in. > Item Details
Scarce Early 19th Century Firemen's Pins
Lot # 693 - Scarce Early 19th Century Firemen's Pins
American, early 19th century. Two scarce firemen's pins, one inscribed Torrent 2, and on verso 14, the other a button that has been converted to a pin, with a design of a fireman with a horn and Fire in a banner above the figure; largest lg. 1.5 in. > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: