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Gallery:
463 East Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
Phone: 610-269-4040 • Fax: 610-269-9274
www.pookandpook.com
E-mail: info@pookandpook.com

 

Decorative Arts Sale

 

Wednesday,
March 20th, 2013
at 9 AM

Decorative Arts Sale
Wednesday, March 20th, 2013, at 9 AM

EXHIBITION
Saturday, March 16th - 12PM to 5PM
Sunday, March 17th - 12PM to 5PM
Monday, March 18th - 10AM to 4PM
Tuesday, March 19th - 10AM to 4PM
Wednesday, March 20th - 8AM to 9AM

  1. Oil on board of four black musicians, signed J. O. Ford, 18” x 24”.
  2. Appliqué floral crib quilt, late 19th c., 41” x 43”. One of over seventy quilts from the collection of Foster and Muriel McCarl.
  3. Brass National cash register, serial number 1060913 313, 21½" h.
  4. Mahogany ship’s wheel, 19th c., 45” dia.
  5. Pine one-piece pewter cupboard, early 19th c., 79” h., 52” w.
  6. Mack Headley, Berryville, Virginia miniature mahogany bonnet top high chest, ca. 1980, 39” h., 16” w.
  7. Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut slant front desk, ca. 1770, 44” h., 39” w.
  8. Hanging brass chandelier with five Steuben aurene glass shades, 5” h.
  9. W. & A.K. Johnston 18” terrestrial floor standing globe, 45” h.
  10. Enterprise number 5 coffee grinder, 19th c., 16” h.
  11. Lyon & Healy model 22 harp and case, model #3817, together with an autographed photo from the original owner of the harp, Carlos Salzedo, 71¼" h.
  12. Carved and painted black Americana puppet head, ca. 1900, 17” h.
  13. Tiffany favrile blue iridescent glass bowl, signed on base and numbered 1284, 3¾" h., 8½" w.
  14. English mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1800, with a broken arch bonnet over an astragal door, encasing a painted metal dial with an eight-day movement, 90½" h.
  15. John Stango (American b. 1958), oil and screenprint of Elvis Presley, 28” x 17”.
  16. Two carved mahogany Indian brave plaques, early 20th c., 20” h. and 19” h.
  17. Painted pine sunburst transom, 19th c., 32½" h., 58” w.
  18. Carved lodge staff, 19th c., of an owl, 71½" h.
  19. Oak Regina Hexaphone model 104 coin operated phonograph, serial number 1041218, 49” h., 24” w., 16¼" d.
  20. George Jones majolica bowl, the base with a Punch figure support, 8½" h., 11¼" dia.
  21. Pine apothecary cabinet, late 19th c., 54½" h., 60” w.

Online bidding: liveauctioneers.com


Currently Accepting Consignments
for the Period Furniture, Fine Art and Accessories Sale
including items from The Collection of Mary Louise Krumrine

April 19th & 20th, 2013

 


Pook & Pook Inc. logo

AUCTIONEERS - APPRAISERS
463 East Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
Phone: 610-269-4040/Fax: 610-269-9274
E-mail: info@pookandpook.com

www.pookandpook.com