American Furniture & Decorative Arts

Auction date:
Sunday, October 27, 2013, 10 AM

Auction location:
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116

Contact:
Americana Department 508.970.3200
americana@skinnerinc.com

Website:
www.skinnerinc.com

Preview times:
October 24, 12–5 PM
October 25, 12–8 PM
October 26, 12–5 PM

Catalog:
#2680B | 508.970.3240

1. Chinese School, 19th century, View of the Factories at Canton, c. 1850; 2. Chippendale Mahogany Carved Games Table with Drawer, probably New York, c. 1760-80; 3. John Greenwood (Massachusetts, 1727-1792, Portrait of Thomas Child (1730-1787; 4. Crowell Raised Wing Greater Yellowlegs Mantel Figure, Anthony Elmer Crowell (1862-1952), East Harwich, MA, c. 1930; 5. Maple and Oak Low-back Chair, Boston, c. 1660-80; 6. Sturtevant J. Hamblen (Maine, Massachusetts, fl . 1837-1856), Portrait of Young Girl Seated in a Rocking Chair with Her Dog; 7. Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet Depicting the “Great Seal” of the United States, reportedly originated from New York State, 1831; 8. Federal Mahogany Carved and Inlaid Lady’s Secretary-bookcase, attributed to Thomas Seymour, Boston, c. 1807-12; 9. Polychrome-painted Parcheesi Game Board, America, late 19th century; 10. Jewell Molded Copper Leaping Horse Weathervane, A.L. Jewell & Co. Waltham, MA, 1852-1867; 11. Classical Gilt Gesso Convex Mirror, England or America, early 19th century; 12. Chippendale Red-painted Cherry Fall-front Desk, southeastern New England, late 18th century

13. Folk Art Appliquéd Needlework Picture of a Family Outing, Burlington, VT, area, c. 1810; 14. Red Oak Carved and Joined Chest, attributed to the Norman family of Joiners, Marblehead, MA, mid-17th century; 15. American School, 19th Century, The Old Stone Mill or the Newport Tower, Newport, RI; 16. Set of Four Chippendale Walnut Carved Side Chairs, MA, c. 1760-80; 17. Erastus Salisbury Field (American, 1805-1900), Portrait of a Blond-haired Child Wearing a Blue Dress Holding a Watch, Standing on a Patterned Carpet; 18. Chippendale Mahogany Block-front Chest of Drawers, probably Boston, c. 1760-80; 19. Carved Cherry Desk and Bookcase, probably Colchester, CT, area, c. 1785-90; 20. Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Cann, Boston, c. 1780; 21. Pair of Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Casters, Boston, 1772, made for Robert Treat Paine; 22. Mahogany Tall Case Clock, dial marked William Claggett, Boston, early 18th century; 23. Chippendale Carved Cherry Chest-on-Chest, probably Granby, CT, 1802


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