Undisturbed! Originally from an Inn in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, this 19th century “TEA GARDEN” sign measures 24" by 30" (overall).
RECENTLY DISCOVERED in a home at Westport Point, Massachusetts, these four GEORGE BOYD (Seabrook, NH) shorebirds are in SUPERB original paint..... UNTOUCHED and as found! Provenance available to the buyer.
The EARLIEST DATED EXAMPLE of the work of LYMAN & CLARK of GARDINER, MAINE, this superb UMBER-decorated one-gallon OVOID JUG bears the ’37 (1837) date which was the CHARTER YEAR for the well known but SHORT LIVED Maine stoneware collaboration of ALANSON POTTER LYMAN & DECIUS W. CLARK. SUPERB ORIGINAL CONDITION!
A SPECTACULAR TWENTY-FOUR Drawer 18th-century Open Top APOTHECARY CUPBOARD with SHAPED SIDES and “BUCKET BENCH” BASE. Discovered in Newfield, Maine, in 1968 by a pioneering Maine collector. Provenance available to buyer. 77¼" tall x 43½" wide and 15" deep.
WILLIAM J. KAULA (1871-1953). This recently discovered work is signed lower left and is LABELED, TITLED, and INSCRIBED verso “EVENING SKY”… “WILLIAM J. KAULA FENWAY STUDIOS BOSTON, MASS”. OOB in Original Frame. Measures 21½" x 16½" (overall) and 17½" x 22½" (sight). UNTOUCHED ORIGINAL CONDITION.
A RECENTLY DISCOVERED CONESTOGA WAGON BOX.
A SPECTACULAR MINIATURE FIRKIN in ORIGINAL BLUE-GREEN PAINT. Measures 3¾" tall with bottom rim diameter of 3¾". UNTOUCHED ORIGINAL CONDITION.
A wonderful THIRTY-THREE Drawer CHIPPENDALE period TWO-PIECE Stepback APOTHECARY CUPBOARD. Discovered in Lovell, Maine in 1969 by a pioneering Maine collector. Provenance available to buyer. 77¼" tall x 43½" wide x 15" deep. Victorian brasses added many years ago.