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Girandoles, Set 3, American c1850 "Capture of Major Andre"

  To a three piece girandole set of candlesticks of American origin c.1856. Known as "The Capture of Major Andre." This set is signed, "Patent Applied For" It is mounted with snowflake period prisms. The set retains the original gilt, which is in fine condition. A similar style example can be seen in plate #233,234a,234b,234c,2334d The catalog for "Starr Fellows & Co. #74 Beekman St., New York" in the book titled "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1183)
Dimensions:  Height: 17.50"  Length: 16.50"  Width: 4"
$3,800.00  
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Girandole, American c.1858 "Elizabethan Couple"

  To a single cast bronze girandole candlestick of American origin c.1858. Known as "The Elizabethan Couple" This single pedestal model retains the original gilt surface, in good condition. It is mounted with rare faceted snowflake period prisms. A similar style example can be seen in the "Sample Book of Lamps, Candleabra, and Lighting fixtures for Gas and Oil" by Henry N. Hooper & Co. Boston 1858. See Plate #238b "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1184)
Dimensions:  Height: 19"  Length: 16"  Width: 4"
$2,099.00  
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Girandole, American c.1850 "Colonial Soldier & Girl"

  To a three arm cast bronze girandole candlestick of American origin c.1840-1860. Known as "The Spirit of '76" This Double pedestal model retains the highlight original gold plating. It is mounted with oakleaf and acorn period prisms. A similar style example can be seen in plate #278 in "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1185)
Dimensions:  Height: 18.75"  Length: 17.50"  Width: 4.50"
$2,150.00  
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Mirror, Wall, English, Walnut c.1710-1725

  To a fine quality English Queen Anne - George I period English mirror. Constructed of pine, the front is veneered with moulded herring bone walnut. The mirror retains two original period beveled plates. (#1187)
Dimensions:  Height: 35.50"  Length: 22"  Width: 1"
$5,700.00  
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Stand, Bedside, Tambour, French c.1790

  To a fine quality French mahogany bedside stand or commode, having a tambor front raised on tappered legs. Note: this interesting table could be used for either chair side or bedside use. (#1195)
Dimensions:  Height: 26"  Length: 12"  Width: 18.50"
$3,750.00  
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Stand, Pedestal, Torchier, English c.1880-1900

  To a fine and rare English Adams' neoclassic revival Torchier. The top with raised edge is surrounded with egg and dart moulding. Below are three rams heads, which center composition ornamented legs, ending in cloven hooves. The top section has a pendant and the legs at the bottom are connected with a solid shelf or stretcher. The piece has had some restoration to the ornament and gilt. (#1200)
Dimensions:  Height: 48"  Length: 17"  Width: 17"
$12,000.00  
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Chair, Side, Philadelphia, Mahogany c.1780-1800

  To a Chippendale American side chair know as a "Pretzel-Back" or "Ladder-Back" chair. A similar labeled example is in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Both by Daniel Trotter, born 1748, working from 1769 and died in 1800. The chair retains the original hard pine removable slip seat, which is presently covered in leather. This chair is in good condition, having two new interior corner glue blocks, while retaining two originals. The seat rails and front legs are moulded with a bead and the back members are hand carved. (#1213)
Dimensions:  Height: 38.25"  Length: 21.75"  Width: 18.50"
$3,200.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Baluster, English, Tools c.1810

  To a rare set of andirons with matching tools, having turned brass balusters on cabriole spurred legs ending in ball feet. The andirons retain the original wrought iron billets. The two tools comprise: a shovel and tongs in original condition, both constructed of wrought iron with brass finials. Note: the brass has been hand polished and treated with conservation lacquer which can be easily removed. The tool height is 31 inches. (#1222)
Dimensions:  Height: 14.50"  Length: 17"  Width: 9"
$2,800.00  
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Painting, Oil on Canvas,"Blue Boy," English, c.1750

  To a good quality mid-18th century oil painting on canvas of a young gentleman, in a blue jacket with gilt embroidery in the baroque manner. This painting has been conserved and is in a 19th century frame. (#1233)
Dimensions:  Height: 35"  Length: 0"  Width: 30"
$4,999.00  
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Pedestal, Marble, c.1850-1900

  A stone and marble statuary pedestal of the c. 1860-1880 period. Made in 2-colored marble for drawing room use to display heavy sculpture. Also mounted with four brass rings. Restoration to the base and capital. The top rotates. (#1236)
Dimensions:  Height: 38"  Length: 13.50"  Width: 13.50"
$4,000.00  
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Chandieier, Bronze, French, Leaves c.1890-1920

  To a fine handmade cast bronze and spun brass chandelier. The double arms are trimmed in gilt as are band courses and foliage to the upper pedestal. The chandelier is in the Empire manner and has been drilled for electric which is not in use. (#1252)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$12,000.00  
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Fireplace Fender, 18th C., Brass, English

  To a fine quality neoclassic English pierced and engraved serpentine fireplace fender. The central tablet showing Neptune with trident sitting a carriage drawn by sea horses and pushed by a dolphin. On either end are neoclassic urns engraved with flowers surrounded by fluting. This rare fender is constructed of many brass castings bolted together. The original sheet iron pan remains with some fire damage. The brass has been polished and treated with conservation lacquer. (#1253)
Dimensions:  Height: 6.25"  Length: 47"  Width: 14"
$6,000.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, American 2 Lemon top c.1800

  To a pair of American double lemon topped andirons of late 18th or early 19th century. The columns are well turned and supported on cabriole legs with spurs ending in ball feet. The andirons retain their original wrought iron billets. This form is unusual and very decorative. The andirons have been hand cleaned and treated with conservation lacquer which can easily be removed. (#1256)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 10.50"  Width: 20"
$3,350.00  
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Mirrors, Pair, Italian or French, 19th Century

  A pair of Italian or French late 19th century oval mirrors contained in hand carved Louis XV style gilt wood frames. The mirror plates are hand engraved and frosted with baskets of flowers and filigree. The frames retain old gilding and some water gilding. (#1283)
Dimensions:  Height: 33"  Length: 22"  Width: 0"
$9,350.00  
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Fireplace Fender, Iron, c.1840

  An American fireplace fender in excellent condition retaining all of the neoclassic applied pewter enrichments to a tin iron base. The piece has side returns and retains 3 sets of original double lion cast iron feet. A rare survival in this condition. (#1286)
Dimensions:  Height: 7.50"  Length: 43"  Width: 13.50"
$2,400.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Good Queen Anne, English 18th C.

  A rare pair of early 18th century English fireplace andirons. Made of pink brass and wrought iron and cast with good Queen Anne crowned and dolphins to her side. The brass sections made with early encapsulated molds with small brass plugs. These are a rare survival and in great condition retaining their wrought iron fittments one has a small touchmark. With small repairs (#1288)
Dimensions:  Height: 16.50"  Length: 25"  Width: 9.50"
$9,850.00  
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Transom, Eliptical, Lead, American c.1790-1810

  To a fine and rare early federal New England Overdoor elliptical shaped transom window and frame. The exterior constructed of hard pine contains many small panes of glass, which appear to be original to the unit. Separating the glass are decorative astragals mounted with ornamental cast lead to the front. The ornament is of floral nature and developed with large shields to each side. The delicacy of the transom is supported to the rear by metal struts. This transom is one of the finest that we have had in our collection over the years. The window was part of the Henry Ford Museum in Deerfield, Mich., acquired in 1929 and not refitted. (#1296)
Dimensions:  Height: 26"  Length: 71"  Width: 1.25"
$12,000.00  
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Transom, 1/2 round, Lead American, c.1790-1810

  To a fine and rare American hard pine c.1790-1810 transom window. The frame is mounted with lead and tinned iron supports. Applied to the front are various lead ornaments which appear to retain some of the original guilding and black background. This example is wonderfully decorated and retains some of the original glass. It was in the collection of the Henry Ford museum in Dearborn, MI. (#1297)
Dimensions:  Height: 19.50"  Length: 41"  Width: 1.50"
$5,100.00  
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Fireplace Fender, Bell Metal, English c.1790-1810

  To a fine and rare fireplace fender, cast in sections of bell metal brass. The piece retains the original bell metal botom pan and the fron is serpentine in form with two courses of applied ribs. The fron is ppierced and highly engraved with Prince of Whales of feathers and other rich motives. The fender has a small repair and is in very good condition with crisp engraving. Hand cleaned and lacquered. (#1318)
Dimensions:  Height: 6.75"  Length: 40.25"  Width: 7.50"
$4,000.00  
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Fireplace Fender, Brass and Iron, English c.1790

  To a good quality serpentine front pierced brass fireplace fender assembled in sections. The original iron pan remains and is mounted with 2 applied ribs to the front. To the front is stop fluting above a vetruvian scroll. Polished and lacquered. (#1321)
Dimensions:  Height: 5"  Length: 37.50"  Width: 4.75"
$1,900.00  
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