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  • Rhode Island Mahogany Shell-carved Watch Hutch and Silver Pocket Watch

    Lot: 65
    Sold for: $10,455$8,500

    Rhode Island Mahogany Shell-carved Watch Hutch and Silver Pocket Watch, c. 1770, the dovetailed case with molded front door and shell carving above the deep window, brass knob pull; silver pair-case ...

  • Mahogany Pipe Box

    Lot: 66
    Sold for: $4,613$3,750

    Mahogany Pipe Box, attributed to the Goddard-Townsend School, Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1750-60, the arched and shaped back with shaped sides, the front corners with turned brass knob finials, over ...

  • Needlework Sampler

    Lot: 67
    Sold for: $1,599$1,300

    Needlework Sampler, Norwich, Connecticut, c. 1770-80, stitched with six lines of alphabet and numbers, with floral field above and house within a floral field below, framed, ht. 18 1/2, wd. 18 3/4 ...

  • Hoppin Family Document and Needlework Archive

    Lot: 68
    Sold for: $1,845$1,500

    Hoppin Family Document and Needlework Archive, late 18th/early 19th century, including two Dunn family memorial needlework pictures, an Elizabeth Pearce Jones needlework sampler, and approximately ...

  • Queen Anne Rush-seat Side Chair

    Lot: 69
    Sold for: $4,920$4,000

    Queen Anne Rush-seat Side Chair, probably Connecticut River Valley, c. 1740-50, the spooned crest above a vasiform splat which fits into a molded shoe, on trapezoidal rushed seat, valanced front and ...

  • Grain-painted Rush Seat Side Chair

    Lot: 70
    Sold for: $4,305$3,500

    Grain-painted Rush Seat Side Chair, New Hampshire, c. 1740, the spooned crest rail above a vasiform splat set into a molded shoe, on trapezoidal rush seat, front seat rail with flattened arches, ...

  • Queen Anne Drop-leaf Dining Table

    Lot: 71
    Sold for: $492$400

    Queen Anne Drop-leaf Dining Table, probably southeastern New England, c. 1740-60, the rectangular drop leaves on a shaped skirt with rolled apron joining four cabriole legs ending in pad feet, ht. ...

  • Massive Turned Ash Bowl

    Lot: 72
    Sold for: $2,460$2,000

    Massive Turned Ash Bowl, America, 19th century, with wide rim and old iron staple repairs, ht. 10, dia. 28 in. Provenance: John Walton, Marguerite Reardon. The property of Brian and Pam ...

  • Turned Burl Bowl

    Lot: 73
    Sold for: $431$350

    Turned Burl Bowl, America, 19th century, the deep bowl with low turned foot, ht. 5, dia. 12 1/8 in. The property of Brian and Pam Ehrlich ...

  • Early Brass Bun-base Candlestick

    Lot: 74
    Sold for: $308$250

    Early Brass Bun-base Candlestick, Europe, mid-17th century, with straight socket, turned stem, and wide bun base, ht. 9 3/8 in. Provenance: Neal Eustus. The property of Brian and Pam Ehrlich ...

  • Three Brass Mid-drip Tapersticks

    Lot: 75
    Sold for: $861$700

    Three Brass Mid-drip Tapersticks, 17th century, a pair and one single, with wide drip catchers and flaring bases, ht. to 4 1/8 in. Provenance: Nathan Liverant & Son; Peter Eaton. The property ...

  • Pair of Long Wrought Iron Ember Tongs

    Lot: 76
    Sold for: $800$650

    Pair of Long Wrought Iron Ember Tongs, 18th century, with small penny pincers, pick and pipe tamp, lg. 21 1/4 in. Provenance: Nathan Liverant & Son, Colchester, Connecticut. The property of ...

  • Red-painted Blanket Chest over Two Drawers

    Lot: 77
    Sold for: $10,455$8,500

    Red-painted Blanket Chest over Two Drawers, Connecticut River Valley, c. 1720-40, the molded top above a double arch-molded case of two faux short drawers, one faux long drawer, and two drawers ...

  • Dark Blue/green-painted Punch-carved Crease-molded Pine Chest

    Lot: 78
    Sold for: $11,070$9,000

    Dark Blue/green-painted Punch-carved Crease-molded Pine Chest, New London, Connecticut, c. 1700-30, the cleated top opens on snipe hinges above a well, the facade with central crease molding ...

  • Cherry Pole Screen

    Lot: 79
    Sold for: $1,107$900

    Cherry Pole Screen, Connecticut, 18th century, the molded frame with needlework with Stonington history adjusts in height on a post with turned finial, continuing to a vase- and ring-turned tripod ...

  • Carved and Red-painted Footwarmer

    Lot: 80
    Sold for: $2,829$2,300

    Carved and Red-painted Footwarmer, Connecticut, c. 1750-70, with carved six-pointed stars in circles, circle and heart pierced top, the front with stylized flower over "AV," molded base, ht. 7 1/2, ...

  • "Emily L. Wightman" Needlework Sampler and Family Record

    Lot: 81
    Sold for: $2,214$1,800

    "Emily L. Wightman" Needlework Sampler and Family Record, Bozrah, Connecticut, dated 1840, stitched with three lines of alphabet and number over a vine framed verse flanked by potted flowers, seven ...

  • "Bridget Allyn" Needlework Sampler

    Lot: 82
    Sold for: $984$800

    "Bridget Allyn" Needlework Sampler, Groton, Connecticut, dated 1794, stitched with four lines of alphabet and numbers over "BRIDGET ALLYN/HER SAMPLER/DONE IN THE/YEAR 1794 IN/THE FOURTEEN/TH YEAR OF ...

  • Set of Four Hand-colored "The Prodigal Son" Engravings

    Lot: 83
    Sold for: $1,845$1,500

    Set of Four Hand-colored "The Prodigal Son" Engravings, Amos Doolittle, Cheshire, Connecticut, 1814, including "The Prodigal Son Receiving his Patrimony," "The Prodigal Son Revelling with Harlots," ...

  • Turned Maple Yarn Winder

    Lot: 84
    Sold for: $800$650

    Turned Maple Yarn Winder, probably Rhode Island or Connecticut, 18th century, with finely turned and molded elements on a bulbous turned post and a tripod base with arris pad feet, with vestiges of ...

  • Carved Cherry Tape Loom

    Lot: 85
    Sold for: $4,920$4,000

    Carved Cherry Tape Loom, America, dated 1774, the loom with handle decorated with a carved heart and "HH 1774" on one side and the other with a heart and TH 31 1774," the shaped end with carved ...

  • Three Small Baskets

    Lot: 86
    Sold for: $923$750

    Three Small Baskets, late 19th/early 20th century, a small swing-arm Nantucket basket; a small swing-arm Taconic basket; and a small basket with bentwood handle, ht. to 3 1/4 in. Provenance: The ...

  • Two Brown-painted Splint Baskets

    Lot: 87
    Sold for: $369$300

    Two Brown-painted Splint Baskets, late 19th century, round tops with rectangular bases and bentwood handles, ht. to 5 1/2 in. The property of Brian and Pam Ehrlich ...

  • Tiger Maple High Chest of Drawers

    Lot: 88
    Unsold  

    Tiger Maple High Chest of Drawers, Bozrah, Connecticut, area, 1773, the top section of thumb-molded graduated drawers, set into lower section of long drawer above short drawers, on valanced apron ...

  • Painted Maple Tray-top Tea Table

    Lot: 89
    Sold for: $12,300$10,000

    Painted Maple Tray-top Tea Table, Connecticut River Valley, c. 1750-60, the rectangular top with applied molded edge, on a shaped skirt joining cabriole legs with arris knees ending in pad feet, old ...

  • Mahogany Veneer and Gilt-decorated Looking Glass

    Lot: 90
    Unsold  

    Mahogany Veneer and Gilt-decorated Looking Glass, America or England, c. 1760-70, the crest centering an eagle above a frame with gilt-gesso molded edge and gilt-lined glass, ht. 52, wd. 26 1/2 ...

  • Engraved, Watercolor, and Manuscript John B. and Dorcas Hollis Family Register

    Lot: 91
    Sold for: $1,968$1,600

    Engraved, Watercolor, and Manuscript John B. and Dorcas Hollis Family Register, engraved by Richard Brunton, early 19th century, the sheet decorated with figures representing the four seasons, ...

  • Schoolboy Copybook Page with Pen and Ink Picture of the Schooner Sea Horse

    Lot: 92
    Sold for: $461$375

    Schoolboy Copybook Page with Pen and Ink Picture of the Schooner Sea Horse, early 1820s, two-sided page, one side depicting mathematical problems and the image of the schooner, the other side ...

  • Engraved, Watercolor, and Manuscript John and Deborah Newell Family Register

    Lot: 93
    Sold for: $1,169$950

    Engraved, Watercolor, and Manuscript John and Deborah Newell Family Register, engraved by Richard Brunton, early 19th century, the sheet decorated with figures representing the four seasons, birds, ...

  • Three Miniature Watercolor Portraits on Ivory of Members of the Gurdon Hyde Family, Norwich, Connecticut

    Lot: 94
    Sold for: $1,230$1,000

    Three Miniature Watercolor Portraits on Ivory of Members of the Gurdon Hyde Family, Norwich, Connecticut, c. 1835, the portraits include Gurdon Hyde (b. 1801) dressed in a black jacket, his wife, ...