American Furniture & Decorative Arts
and the Andy Williams Folk Art Collection

Auction date:
Sunday, March 3, 2013 | 10 AM

Auction location:
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116

Contact:
Americana Department | 508.970.3200
americana@skinnerinc.com

Preview times:
February 28, 12–5 PM
March 1, 12–8 PM
March 2, 12–5 PM

Website: www.skinnerinc.com

Catalog:
#2640B | 508.970.3240

1. Ammi Phillips (American, 1788-1865) Double Portrait of the Ten Broeck Twins, Jacob Wessel Ten Broeck (1823-1896) and William Henry Ten Broeck (1823-1888), Aged 10 Years, Seated with a Bowl of Fruit, Clairmont, Columbia County, New York, 1834; 2. James Bard (American, 1815-1897) Portrait of the Sidewheeler Steamboat NEVERSINK; 3. Pair of Rare Ward Brothers Widgeon Decoys, Lemuel T. Ward (1896-1983) and Stephen Ward (1895-1976), Crisfield, Maryland, early 20th century, Turned-head Figures With Original Paint; 4. American School, 19th Century, Still Life with a Basket of Fruit, Flowers, and a Cornucopia; 5. John Rasmussen (Pennsylvania, Germany, 1828-1895) View of the Buildings & Surroundings of the Berks County Almshouse, c. 1880; 6. Carved and Polychrome-painted Racetrack Tout Tobacconist Figure, possibly carved by Charles Dowler (1841-1931), Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1880s; 7. Ammi Phillips (American, 1788-1865) Portrait of a Child in a Pink Dress Seated on a Red Cushion, with a Spaniel; 8. Molded Copper and Cast Zinc Horse and Sulky Weathervane, America, late 19th century; 9. Gilt Molded Copper and Cast Zinc Pig Weathervane, America, late 19th century

1. Painted Prince of Wales-crested Bannister-back Side Chair, probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire, c. 1730-60; 2. China Trade School, 19th Century, The Waterfront Hongs at Canton, China, 1847-1856; 3. William Mason Brown (American, 1828-1898) Fruit Still Life en Plein Air; 4. Silver Tankard, Jacobus Van der Spiegel, New York City, c. 1700; 5. China Trade School, 19th Century, The Waterfront Hongs at Canton, China, 1830-1835; 6. Sterling Silver Presentation Punch Bowl Commemorating the Opening of the F.W. Woolworth Building in New York City in 1913, Tiffany & Co, Makers, New York; 7. Federal Inlaid Birch Bowfront Bureau, northern New England, c. 1810; 8. Molded Gilt Copper Peacock Weathervane, A.L. Jewell and Company, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1850-77; 9. Chippendale Cherry and Maple Carved Scroll-top Chest-on-chest, possibly Connecticut River Valley, late 18th century

10. Civil War Pennsylvania 53rd Regiment Pieced and Gilt-stenciled Silk American Flag, c. 1864; 11. Carved Scrimshaw Household and Decorative Objects; 12. American School, 19th Century, Pair of Portraits of Daniel Aikens and His Wife Rhoda (Richmond) Aikens of Barnard, Vermont; 13. American School, late 18th Century, Portrait of a Ship Captain (possibly John Derby), with Distant Ship Flying an American Flag; 14. Mary B. Tucker (Massachusetts, 1784-1853) Profile Portrait of a Boy Holding an Orange; 15. American School, 19th Century, The Junction formed in Medford by the Meeting of the [Mystic] River, Canal, and Railroad; 16. Federal Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, c. 1810-20; 17. Part of a Collection of Carved and Painted Birds by Jess Blackstone, New Hampshire, third quarter 20th century; 18. John Bellamy American Centennial Carved Walnut and Pine Box, signed and dated “J.H. BELLAMY MAKER 1876” on the bottom; 19. Duncan McFarlane (British, 1818-1865) Portrait of the American Ship Ocean Eagle Entering Liverpool


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