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3500T Marlborough
November 13, 2020 12:00 PM - November 23, 2020 07:00 PMCalender

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  • Black-painted William and Mary Gate-leg Table

    Lot: 1001
    Sold for: $2,000$1,600

    Black-painted William and Mary Gate-leg Table, New England, early 18th century, the oval top with falling leaves, on a straight apron with drawer and eight block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined more ...

  • Pine Chest of Four Drawers

    Lot: 1002
    Sold for: $5,625$4,500

    Pine Chest of Four Drawers, probably New England, early 18th century, the molded top on a single arch-molded case, the base with half-round molding and turned feet, replaced brasses, red washed more ...

  • Pair of Heart-and-crown Bannister-back Side Chairs

    Lot: 1003
    Sold for: $2,500$2,000

    Pair of Heart-and-crown Bannister-back Side Chairs, attributed to Andrew Durand, c. 1730-40, the pierced splats above molded bannisters and vase- and ring-turned stiles on legs joined by more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Great Chair

    Lot: 1004
    Sold for: $3,250$2,600

    Heart-and-crown Great Chair, attributed to the shop of Thomas Salmon, Stratford, Connecticut, c. 1730-40, the pierced crest above molded bannisters and arched lower support, vase- and ring-turned more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Great Chair

    Lot: 1005
    Sold for: $1,375$1,100

    Heart-and-crown Great Chair, possibly Milford, Connecticut, c. 1760-70, the pierced crest above molded bannisters, and vase- and ring-turned stiles, with scrolled arms and medial arm stretchers, more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Great Chair

    Lot: 1006
    Sold for: $1,125$900

    Heart-and-crown Great Chair, possibly Milford, Connecticut, c. 1765-80, the pierced crest above molded bannisters and vase- and ring-turned stiles, with scrolled arms and medial arm stretchers, more ...

  • Red-painted Cherry and Pine Chest over Two Drawers

    Lot: 1007
    Sold for: $2,875$2,300

    Red-painted Cherry and Pine Chest over Two Drawers, Connecticut, early 18th century, the molded lift top above a double arch-molded case of three faux drawers and two working drawers, all on turned more ...

  • Two Linsey-woolsey Coverlets

    Lot: 1008
    Sold for: $1,000$800

    Two Linsey-woolsey Coverlets, late 18th/early 19th century, the first with one red side and one blue side, with allover quilted designs, 79 x 66; the second mustard-colored, with corners shaped to more ...

  • Six Early Lighting Devices

    Lot: 1009
    Sold for: $938$750

    Six Early Lighting Devices, late 18th/19th century, including five betty lamps and a four-wick cruisie lamp, wd. to 5 1/2 in. more ...

  • Pair of Brass Candlesticks

    Lot: 1010
    Sold for: $813$650

    Pair of Brass Candlesticks, England, mid-18th century, with scalloped candle cups, baluster posts, and shaped quatrefoil bases, ht. 9 in. more ...

  • Brass and Iron Clock Jack

    Lot: 1011
    Sold for: $4,375$3,500

    Brass and Iron Clock Jack, England or Holland, 18th century, the jack with brass frame, iron and wood mechanism with long iron spit bar, jack ht. 9 1/2, bar lg. 56 1/4 in. more ...

  • Cherry and Oak Adjustable Lightstand

    Lot: 1012
    Sold for: $688$550

    Cherry and Oak Adjustable Lightstand, possibly Connecticut, 18th century, the double candle arm on a turned shaft and tripod base, ht. 36 in. more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Bannister-back Side Chair

    Lot: 1013
    Sold for: $4,688$3,750

    Heart-and-crown Bannister-back Side Chair, attributed to the shop of Thomas Salmon, Stratford, Connecticut, 1745-55, the pierced crest above molded bannisters and vase- and ring-turned stiles, the more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Great Chair

    Lot: 1014
    Sold for: $1,000$800

    Heart-and-crown Great Chair, possibly Milford, Connecticut, 1765-80, the pierced crest above molded bannisters, vase- and ring-turned stiles, and scrolled arms with medial stretchers, painted black, more ...

  • Heart-and-crown Great Chair

    Lot: 1015
    Sold for: $875$700

    Heart-and-crown Great Chair, possibly Milford, Connecticut, mid-18th century, the pierced crest on molded bannisters and vase- and ring-turned stiles, with scrolled arms and medial arm stretchers, more ...

  • Red-painted Maple Chest over Two Drawers

    Lot: 1016
    Sold for: $1,000$800

    Red-painted Maple Chest over Two Drawers, possibly Connecticut, 18th century, the molded hinged top above two thumb-molded drawers and two working drawers, all on a dovetailed cutout bracket base, more ...

  • Turned Slat-back Armchair

    Lot: 1017
    Sold for: $688$550

    Turned Slat-back Armchair, probably Connecticut, early 18th century, the arched slats joining bulbous turned stiles, with scrolled arms and vase- and ring-turned supports, old black paint, (feet more ...

  • Bannister-back Side Chair

    Lot: 1018
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    Bannister-back Side Chair, New England, 18th century, with shaped crest, vase and ring-turnings, and bulbous turned front stretcher, old surface, ht. 43 1/2, seat ht. 16 1/2 in. more ...

  • Roundabout Chair

    Lot: 1019
    Sold for: $1,000$800

    Roundabout Chair, possibly Connecticut, 18th century, with block-, vase-, and ring-turnings, on three turned feet and one Spanish foot, old surface, ht. 29, seat ht. 17 in. more ...

  • Small Flame-stitch Wallet

    Lot: 1020
    Sold for: $1,188$950

    Small Flame-stitch Wallet, probably New England, late 18th century, with twill edging, (fading, minor edge wear, loss near enclosure button), ht. 3 3/4, wd. 7 1/2 in. more ...

  • Two Wrought Iron and Turned Wood Lighting Devices

    Lot: 1021
    Sold for: $469$375

    Two Wrought Iron and Turned Wood Lighting Devices, early 19th century, a spiral-adjusting candlestick and a rush light with twisted details, both with turned wood bases, ht. 8 1/2, 13 in., more ...

  • Four Early Blown Glass Bottles

    Lot: 1022
    Sold for: $375$300

    Four Early Blown Glass Bottles, early 19th century, including an olive amber cased gin, an olive amber straight-sided bottle, and two bulbous olive green bottles with tapering necks, ht. to 10 1/2 more ...

  • Three Blown Glass Bottles

    Lot: 1023
    Sold for: $594$475

    Three Blown Glass Bottles, late 18th century, one green, two olive amber, with tapering necks and bulbous bases with concave bottoms, ht. to 8 in. more ...

  • Three Blown Glass Bottles

    Lot: 1024
    Sold for: $563$450

    Three Blown Glass Bottles, late 18th century, in shades of green and olive, with tapering necks and bulbous bases with concave bottoms, ht. to 8 in. more ...

  • Three Blown Glass Bottles

    Lot: 1025
    Sold for: $594$475

    Three Blown Glass Bottles, late 18th century, with tapering necks and bulbous bases with concave bottoms, ht. to 7 3/4 in. more ...

  • Mezzotint of the Honorable Sir William Howe

    Lot: 1026
    Sold for: $1,250$1,000

    Mezzotint of the Honorable Sir William Howe, after Corbutt, published by John Morris, Rathbone Place, London, 1777, showing Howe in full military dress, identified in the matrix below "The HONble more ...

  • Oak Joint Stool

    Lot: 1027
    Sold for: $813$650

    Oak Joint Stool, England, 18th century, the rectangular seat on block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined by molded frame and square stretchers, imperfections, ht. 21 1/2, wd. 17, dp. 10 3/4 in. more ...

  • Carved Oak Six-board Chest

    Lot: 1028
    Sold for: $500$400

    Carved Oak Six-board Chest, England, late 17th/early 18th century, the molded lift top above a fleur-de-lis-carved facade and cutout sides, ht. 20 1/2, wd. 39 1/4, dp. 12 1/2 in. more ...

  • Turned Wood Hourglass

    Lot: 1029
    Sold for: $813$650

    Turned Wood Hourglass, early 19th century, the circular ends joined by turned spindles and the blown glass, ht. 6 1/4 in. more ...

  • Pewter Flagon

    Lot: 1030
    Sold for: $594$475

    Pewter Flagon, Thomas D. and Sherman Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, c. 1810-50, with swelled ribbed finial, shaped thumb-hold, scrolling handle, and slightly tapering body, marked "TD&SB" and "TD more ...