06-10-2001 06-10-2001
Skinner Auctions
Skinner Auctions Bolton MA
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  • American School

    Lot: 63
    Sold for: $173$150

    American School, 19th Century Floral Spray. Unsigned. Watercolor on paper, worked in shades of red, yellow, and green, 6 3/4 x 8 3/8 in. (sight). Condition: Toning and more ...

  • American School

    Lot: 68
    Sold for: $1,380$1,200

    American School, 19th Century Sleeping Puppy. Signed and inscribed "L. G. Lyman - A Present to my Sister Delia" on the reverse. Pastel on paper, 13 1/4 x 17 1/4 in., in a molded gilt more ...

  • American School

    Lot: 69
    Sold for: $2,875$2,500

    American School, 19th Century Portrait of a Lady. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 28 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., in gilt gesso frame. Condition: Scattered retouch, craquelure. N.B. The lady in the portrait more ...

  • Twenty-eight Pieces of Pink Lustre Porcelain Tea Ware

    Lot: 70
    Sold for: $518$450

    Twenty-eight Pieces of Pink Lustre Porcelain Tea Ware, England, 19th century, twenty-seven with pink floral scallop design including a teapot, creamer, sugar, twelve teacups, nine saucers, two small more ...

  • Ten Staffordshire Transfer Decorated Pearlware Childrens Mugs and a Pitcher

    Lot: 71
    Sold for: $1,265$1,100

    Ten Staffordshire Transfer Decorated Pearlware Children's Mugs and a Pitcher, England, early to mid-19th century, including a patriotic "To Washington The Patriot of America" with two more ...

  • Federal Birch Tall Case Clock

    Lot: 72
    Sold for: $8,050$7,000

    Federal Birch Tall Case Clock, signed "Joseph Chadwick," Boscawen, New Hampshire, c. 1820, the broken swan's neck pediment terminates in scrolls which flank the central plinth and finial more ...

  • Federal Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table

    Lot: 73
    Sold for: $2,070$1,800

    Federal Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table, North Shore, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the serpentine top with molded edge tilts above the standard with urn shaping over cabriole legs ending in arrised more ...

  • American School

    Lot: 74
    Sold for: $173$150

    American School, early 19th Century Miniature Portrait of a Young Woman in White Cap and Scarf. Unsigned. Watercolor on paper, blue stippled background, painted in an oval format, 4 x 2 3/4 in., more ...

  • English or Continental School

    Lot: 75
    Sold for: $978$850

    English or Continental School, 19th Century A Pair of Miniature Portraits of Ladies in Elegant Attire. Unsigned. Watercolor on ivory, 3 1/4 x 2 3/4 in., in oval gilt-metal pendant frames. more ...

  • Kazak Rug

    Lot: 76
    Sold for: $4,313$3,750

    Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, last quarter 19th century, large "shield" medallion flanked by hooked diamonds in royal blue, ivory, gold, and blue-green on the red field, dark brown border, more ...

  • Needlework Sampler

    Lot: 78
    Sold for: $1,265$1,100

    Needlework Sampler, "Margaret N. Balley was born at Hopkinton Oct 28 1813 wrought in the ninth year of her age," New England, the identification centered in a flowering panel at the bottom more ...

  • Federal Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Chest

    Lot: 79
    Sold for: $9,200$8,000

    Federal Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Chest, attributed to Thomas Needham, Salem, Massachusetts, 1805-15, the serpentine top with string inlaid edge overhangs a conforming case of drawers with string more ...

  • Queen Anne Tiger Maple Dressing Table

    Lot: 80
    Sold for: $20,700$18,000

    Queen Anne Tiger Maple Dressing Table, Delaware Valley, 1710-20, the top with molded edge and canted front corners overhangs a case of thumb-molded drawers and a rigorously scrolled skirt above four more ...

  • Redware Jug and Pitcher

    Lot: 81
    Sold for: $5,175$4,500

    Redware Jug and Pitcher, possibly New England, 19th century, the jug with applied ear handle, three incised lines at shoulder, the pitcher with applied handle, both with brown splotch decoration on more ...

  • Attributed to Zedekiah Bellknap (American

    Lot: 82
    Sold for: $3,220$2,800

    Attributed to Zedekiah Bellknap (American, 1781-1858) Portrait of a Blond Gentleman Writing a Letter. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 27 1/4 x 22 1/4 in., in a molded frame. Condition: Scattered more ...

  • Redware Jar

    Lot: 83
    Sold for: $460$400

    Redware Jar, possibly New England, 19th century, ovoid jar with lug handles and incised line encircling the shoulder, clear lead glaze with brown splotches, (imperfections), ht. 10 5/8 more ...

  • American School

    Lot: 85
    Sold for: $1,840$1,600

    American School, Mid-19th Century Theorem: Basket of Flowers. Unsigned. Watercolor on velvet, shades of blue, yellow, rust, and green flowers in a yellow basket on blue cloth, 17 x 23 1/2 in., more ...

  • Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest

    Lot: 86
    Sold for: $1,840$1,600

    Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest, Massachusetts or New Hampshire, c. 1815-20, the rectangular top with inlaid edge above a case of cockbeaded drawers with stringing in outline above a circular skirt with more ...

  • Federal Mahogany Workstand

    Lot: 87
    Sold for: $2,415$2,100

    Federal Mahogany Workstand, northern New England, early 19th century, the veneered top overhangs the two cockbeaded drawers, the top one of which is sectioned, and ring-turned tapering delicate legs more ...

  • Redware Jug

    Lot: 89
    Sold for: $288$250

    Redware Jug, possibly New England, 19th century, ovoid jug with applied ear handle, clear lead glaze, (chips, wear), ht. 6 1/4 more ...

  • Redware Milk Pan and Oval Bowl

    Lot: 90
    Sold for: $518$450

    Redware Milk Pan and Oval Bowl, possibly New England, 19th century, the milk pan decorated with coggled line around the side, clear lead glaze daubed with brown around the rim and side; the oval more ...

  • Redware Pitcher

    Lot: 91
    Sold for: $345$300

    Redware Pitcher, possibly New England, bulbous vessel with applied ribbed ear-shaped handle, coggled line and brown splotch decoration about the shoulder, (imperfections), ht. 6 1/2 more ...

  • Green Glazed Redware Jar and Cover

    Lot: 92
    Sold for: $6,900$6,000

    Green Glazed Redware Jar and Cover, attributed to Bristol County, Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century, the flat lid with button finial sits inside the neck edge of the cylindrical body with more ...

  • Two Redware Jars

    Lot: 93
    Sold for: $489$425

    Two Redware Jars, possibly New England, 19th century, two cylindrical vessels, one with three incised lines about the shoulder and decorated with black splotches, the other with brown splotches, more ...

  • Cherry and Pine Oxbow Chest of Drawers

    Lot: 94
    Sold for: $90,500$80,000

    Cherry and Pine Oxbow Chest of Drawers, Windsor or East Hartford, Connecticut area, attributed to George Belden, William Flagg, or Erastus Grant of the Chapin School, 1790-1810, the reverse more ...

  • Queen Anne Cherry Carved Dressing Table

    Lot: 95
    Sold for: $43,125$37,500

    Queen Anne Cherry Carved Dressing Table, Wethersfield County, Connecticut area, 1750-80, the thumb-molded top overhangs a case of four drawers with the central one fan-carved over a skirt with front more ...

  • Karabagh Long Rug

    Lot: 96
    Sold for: $633$550

    Karabagh Long Rug, South Caucasus, late 19th century, four large hooked diamond medallions surrounded by small flowerheads in red, ivory, sky blue, gray, and brown on the midnight blue field, ivory more ...

  • Two Redware Flower Pots

    Lot: 97
    Sold for: $518$450

    Two Redware Flower Pots, possibly New England, 19th century, scalloped rims top both pots, one decorated with raised band around the neck, two incised wavy lines and one linear band around the more ...

  • Mugs

    Lot: 99
    Sold for: $1,035$900

    Mugs, England, mid-19th century, two with sponge decoration, three are transfer printed, two with polychrome enamel decoration, (imperfections), ht. 2 - 2 3/4 more ...

  • Painted Copper Pig Weather Vane

    Lot: 100
    Sold for: $10,925$9,500

    Painted Copper Pig Weather Vane, America, 19th century, painted creamy white with traces of gilt, black paint, and verdigris, with stand, (imperfections), ht. 15 1/2, lg. 23 1/2 more ...