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Chair, Side, Caned English c.1700-1720

  To an ebonized English beechwood side chair. Having a craved crest with the all seeing eye. The back and seat are canned and the four repaired legs are connected with a swirl stretcher. Provenance; William Trent House Trenton, NJ. (#1440)
Dimensions:  Height: 43.50"  Length: 18"  Width: 15.50"
$1,299.00  
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Pedestal, Neoclassic, 20th C.

  To a well made handcrafted neoclasic painted and gilt display pedestal in three sections. The cloumn with fluting and stop fluting with filligree tops. The base with laurel leafs and ribbons. The gilt is burnished water leaf of red boule. (#1453)
Dimensions:  Height: 42"  Length: 19"  Width: 19"
$3,750.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, New England c.1780

  To a fine and rare pair of brass and iron New England fireplace andirons. The cabriole legs end in horse hoof feet a most rare feature. The well turned balluster supports are topped with brass ball finials. The iron billets retain the wrought iron log stops. (#1457)
Dimensions:  Height: 24"  Length: 21"  Width: 12.50"
$13,350.00  
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Clock, Mantel, French, Porcelain & Gilt Bronze c.1870

  To a fine quality Napoleon III gilt bronze Louis XVI revival mantel clock. The clock retains the original pink hand painted porcelain plaques and most of the original burnished and matte guilding. The pendulum movement runs for two weeks and in stamp by the maker, "JBD" and by the retailer "Watson King. St. Cheapside London" The clock strikes the hours and halves on a bell. (#1483)
Dimensions:  Height: 12.50"  Length: 10"  Width: 5"
$4,700.00  
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Chairs, 6 Side Dining, English, Mahogany c.1810-1820

  A good set of neoclassic revival side chairs with secondary wood of beech. The chairs retain the original framed slipseats, which are over covered in silk. The crest rails are turned in a rope design with acorns between the styles. An inlaid rail crosses the styles and below is a hand carved anthemion and shell above foliage. The saber legs are inlaid as are all of the front styles. (#1487)
Dimensions:  Height: 32.50"  Length: 19"  Width: 17"
$8,650.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, French c.1800-1820

  To good pair of French andirons having acorn above pair shaped balusters sitting on bases with scalloped feet. The original iron billets are most unsual as they have double members to hold small and large logs. They also retain the original iron turned log stops. (#1493)
Dimensions:  Height: 10"  Length: 21"  Width: 8"
$4,300.00  
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Pictures, A Pair, Watercolor on Paper, Boy & Girl

  A colorful pair of American paintings contained in old but not original frames. A history to the back states, "William and Amelia Meagon were the children of Michael R Meagon Esq. And Mrs E. Richmond Meagon, both of Ashford, Conn. Mifs. Amelia, in time married J R. Child and became my Grandmother. Mrs. J. Rogers Westford Windham Lylongs" (#1497)
Dimensions:  Height: 13.75"  Length: 11.25"  Width: 0"
$6,700.00  
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Desk, Chinese 19th C.

  To a fine quality marble inlaid two pedestal Chinese desk. The top and pedestals have drawers to one side and are paneled on the opposite sides. The top has three rich inlaid blue and white marble sections. Across the front are three drawers retaining the original brass hardware. (#1500)
Dimensions:  Height: 33"  Length: 52.75"  Width: 24"
$6,700.00  
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Candleabra, A pair, Gothic revial, c.1850

  To a fine pair of four light bronze candelabra in the gothic revival taste. They are bronze and plated with gold which has been renewd.. The shafts are mounted with human figures and the faces are well executed. (#1514)
Dimensions:  Height: 21"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$5,350.00  
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Sampler, American c.1781

  To a fine and rare American sampler. From Newburyport, Essex, MA. Signed by the maked Sarah Brown who was christened on the 27th of May 1781. (#1523)
Dimensions:  Height: 21"  Length: 18"  Width: 0"
$12,000.00  
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Clock, Bracket, Chiming, Gothic, 19th C.

  To a late 19th C. Gothic revival bracket or table clock of high quality. The movement signed by the maker "BARWISE, LONDON" The clock strikes the quarters on eight bells and the hours on a gong. The eight day movement has the original recoil anchor escapement as well as a hold down piece to fix the pendulum for transport. The case is of rich burl walnut and the silvered dial has strike / silent lever and a separate dial for regulating pendulum speed. (#1527)
Dimensions:  Height: 28.50"  Length: 11.50"  Width: 19"
$12,000.00  
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Table, Bedside, English Mahogany c.1780-1800

  To good quality English bedside commode having a gallery above a cupboard. The lower section has a split leg which open to reveal the commode. This cabinets make wonderful bedside tables. (#1561)
Dimensions:  Height: 32"  Length: 21"  Width: 19"
$4,000.00  
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Reflectors, Pair, European, Gilt Wood & Brass c.1780

  To a pair of hand pierced gilt brass candle reflectors having restored turned wood bases. (#1571)
Dimensions:  Height: 20.25"  Length: 7"  Width: 4.50"
$1,150.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, New York City, c.1790-1810

  To a fine and rare pair of early neoclassic New York City brass and iron andirons. The urn tops are trimmed in bead trim above tapered columns having capitals and bases. The column is footed on a belted plinth which rests on ball and claw footed legs having turnings and two pairs of spurs. The andirons retain the original wrought iron center shafts and billets. (#1574)
Dimensions:  Height: 27"  Length: 28"  Width: 13"
$10,650.00  
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Fireback, 19th C. American, Stove End, "Pine Grove"

  A fine and rare early neo-classic rectangular cast iron fireback signed by the maker (Pine Grove). This furnace, which was located in southern Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1764. This example retains rococo style molding surrounding the central female figure holding a stick, next to a memorial column and various stylized flowers. This is a rare survival of early American neoclassic folk art and the piece was used to protect the interior of the soft brick fireplaces or hearths from destruction. (#1583)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 29"  Width: 0"
$6,000.00  
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Pedestal, Marble & Bronze Onyx, c.1930

  A figured onyx pedestal having 2 gilt bronze collars to the central turned support. The top and bases are square and the top-most member swivels to examine sculpture which could be used with this substantial piece. Being of onyx construction, it has the usual repairs and restorations. (#1586)
Dimensions:  Height: 40.50"  Length: 11"  Width: 11"
$2,150.00  
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Transom, Rectangular, Wood, Philadelphia c.1800

   (#1588)
Dimensions:  Height: 14.75"  Length: 46.25"  Width: 2.50"
$6,000.00  
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Transom, Rectangular, Wood, Philadelphia c.1800

   (#1589)
Dimensions:  Height: 17"  Length: 57.50"  Width: 0"
$50.00  
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Pedestal, White Metal American c.1890

  To late 19th C. Italian renaissance revival octagonal pedestal. This can be used for with interior or exterior display. The piece retains part of its original gilt to the floral pilasters. The top is further enhanced with incised floral decoration. The piece has a fine weathered patinated surface. (#1590)
Dimensions:  Height: 39"  Length: 11.50"  Width: 11.50"
$2,950.00  
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Clock, Wall, German, Telleruhr Silver & Brass c.1850

  To a German County hanging wall clock having a pendulum suspended to the dial of the clock which is repoussed silver gilt brass. In the 17th century the pewter dish was a familiar household object. The shape must have suggested a clock dial, for in the 17th century clocks began to be made for hanging on the wall with dials in the shape of the normal domestic dish. The movements were light and usually provided with a cowtail pendulum that swung in front of the dial, allowing the clock to hang close against the wall. The movement was usually a timepiece only, without striking mechanism, and contained in a case of thin sheet-iron. The dish itself was of iron, covered with decoration in brass or copper relief. Sometimes the type was adapted to stand on a table and had small feet at the back, and later examples departed from the true dish shape. The German name for this type of clock is Telleruhr ('dish clock'). The type is found in south Germany and Austria but does not seem to have been popular in other countries (#1593)
Dimensions:  Height: 20"  Length: 14"  Width: 3"
$1,500.00  
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