American Furniture & Decorative Arts

Live Auction date and location:
Sunday, March 2, 2014 | 10 AM
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116

Preview times:
February 27, 12-5 PM
February 28, 12–8 PM
March 1, 12–5 PM

Americana-Online:
Monday, February 24, 2014, 12 PM to

Monday, March 3, 2014, 10 AM

Contact:
Americana Department | 508.970.3200
americana@skinnerinc.com

Catalog:
#2710B | 2709T | 508.970.3240

1. Chippendale Walnut Carved Dressing Table, Pennsylvania, c. 1760-80; 2. Franklin Stanwood, (Maine, 1852-1888), Stockbridge Homestead, Freeport, Maine; 3. American School, early 19th century, Portrait of a Boy in Blue Holding a Cluster of Grapes; 4. Chinese Export Porcelain from the Estate of Peter Rosenberg; 5. Maple Oval Table with Falling Leaves, probably Massachusetts, early 18th century, and a Large Stoneware Cobalt-decorated Water Cooler, Boston, early 19th century; 6. Paul Revere, Jr., (Boston, 1734-1818), Portrait of Major John Pitcairn on Horseback, watercolor on laid paper, signed in the lower margin; 7. Queen Anne Maple, Walnut, and Walnut Veneer High Chest of Drawers, Massachusetts, c. 1730-50; 8. Sailor’s Paint-decorated and Macrame Wall Pocket, late 19th century; 9. Federal Mahogany Inlaid Demilune Card Table, attributed to Thomas and Samuel Goddard, Newport, Rhode Island, late 18th century

10. Federal Mahogany Easy Chair, New England, late 18th century, with dark blue wool moire upholstery; 11. Lucy Douglass, (Massachusetts, c. 1810), “The Royal Psalmist,” watercolor on paper; 12. Queen Anne Maple Chest on Frame, probably Rhode Island, c. 1740-60; 13. Group of Burl Bowls, New England, early 19th century; 14. Federal Mahogany Inlaid Card Table, New Hampshire, c. 1805-10, with provenance in the family of Governor Samuel Dinsmoor; 15. Paint-decorated Tall Case Clock, possibly Maine, early 19th century; 16. Molded and Gilt Copper Fish Weathervane, America, early to mid-20th century; 17. Paint-decorated “EBEN. FRANCIS” Fire Bucket, America, 1810; 18. Three Watercolor and Calligraphic pages from a Problem Book, reportedly Christian Miller, Chestnut Hill Seminary, Pennsylvania, c. 1815; 19. Carved and Painted Prancing Appaloosa Horse Carousel Figure, possibly Charles Looff, Rhode Island or New York, late 19th/early 20th century; 20. Group of Paint-decorated Storage Boxes, possibly Maine, early 19th century


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