China Trade School painting of Fishermen on a River. Oil on canvas. Late 19th century. Size: 13 inches x 16 inches. Unsigned. In this painting, fisherman are casting their nets in a river along the banks of their village, while family members watch from the shore. Offered in an antique carved, gilt-wood frame. Original condition with some craquelure to the painted surface.
"Perdue Who" oil on artist board painting of a Rooster by Marieluise Hutchinson, a contemporary, self-taught artist from Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts and Cushing, Maine. She is known for her portrayals of rural American life in New England. She is a member of the Copley Society of Boston.
'The Temptation of St. Anthony' by Edouard De Beaumont (French, 1821-1888), oil on canvas. Circa 1850s-1860s. Size: 30 inches x 20 inches. Charles Edouard de Beaumont was son of the sculptor, Jean-Baptiste Beaumont, and Charles studied under the artist Boisselier. He was primarily a lithographer but also painted in oils, and founded the Society of Watercolourists in 1879. Offered in an antique gilt wood frame. Signed in the lower left. Painting has been professionally restored and relined.
Paul G. Stone - Yellow Barns, East Montpelier, Vermont. Oil on canvas. Circa 2003. Size: 40 inches X 38 inches (sight). Paul Stone is a Vermont artist whose work is rooted in the agrarian landscape of Vermont. His canvases capture the 'feeling' of the land through the use of broad brush strokes and a vivid palette that allow the light to illuminate his subjects. Paul's paintings are exhibited in several fine galleries in Vermont and Maine...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1426036 (stock #39B78-5072)
Early American Chippendale tall chest, Pennsylvania origin. Circa 1760-1780. Size: 64 1/2 inches ht. x 45 3/8 inches wide x 23 1/2 inches deep. Figured walnut. This chest has three horizontally positioned top drawers above five finely graduated drawers, flanked with fluted quarter columns, and supported on ogee form bracket feet. Older replaced oval brass bail pulls. Excellent antique condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1425922 (stock #26C10-2999)
An antique English Victorian miniature chest in mahogany and pine, with two drawers over two drawers, retaining the original Aesthetic Movement style brass pulls. Late 19th century. Size: 11 3/8 inches ht. x 12 1/8 inches length x 6 inches depth. Original finish. A charming little chest; great for trinkets and jewelry.
A vintage long and graceful garden bench fashioned with iron supports and white painted wooden slats arranged with a gracefully curved profile. Nice condition. Size: 31 inches ht. x 66 inches length x 24 inches depth.
A decorative vintage garden gate with scrollwork cut-out designs. Circa 1940s. Unpainted pine. Size: 38.5 inches ht. x 32 inches wide.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Garden : Furniture : Pre 1980 item #1425163 (stock #40H19-3011)
A vintage bird bath for the garden. Cast in concrete of a single piece, with octagonal top and pedestal base with trailing vine motif. Size: 22 inches height x 16 inches diameter. Can be used either as bird bath or as a planter in your garden.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Georgian : Pre 1800 item #1425161 (stock #T31B11P-4521)
Antique Chippendale commode potty chest/chair. Mahogany and pine. An attractive diminutive sized chest which folds up into a chair with potty cut out seat. Though mainly of 18th century origin, this chest has experienced many alterations and repairs, including a 20th century plywood potty covering. Other portions of the interior shelving and base have been reworked, also in the 20th century. The brass bail front pulls are original, but the side carrying handles are later additions...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1930 item #1425089 (stock #39B14-19046)
A Tiffany and Co. sterling silver pedestal tazza dessert stand in the desirable Blackberry pattern. No monogram. Size: 8 inches diameter x 3.5 inches ht. Circa 1907-1938 mark. Excellent condition.
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An English Victorian still bank in the form of a Bank building with shrubbery. Brass and iron. 19th century.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1900 item #1424514 (stock #39B14-17996)
A large sterling silver goblet with half ribbed cup, Sheffield, 1898, by Cleft Alexander Mawer Clark of the Alexander Clark Manufacturing Company, Sheffield, England. Size: 10.245 inches ht. Weight: 19.7 Troy ounces (including iron bar). There is a slight push-in on the base of the pedestal which produces a slight wobble. No monogram.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Pre 1940 item #1424476 (stock #39B16-167)
A pair of unusually tall HB Quimper, France pottery candlesticks or vases, painted with male and female peasant figures in Decore Riche decoration.. Size: 17.2 inches ht. Circa 1930s.
"Northern Vermont" - by Gianni Cilfone (Italian/American, 1908-1992), oil on canvas. Circa 1944. Canvas size: 22 in. x 25 in. Offered in the original frame, with paper exhibition label affixed to stretcher - 'Bethel Inn Exhibition 1944.' Titled: Northern Vermont. Original condition with some craquelure. Gianni Cilfone was brought to the U.S.A. by his parents when he was only five. He later attended the Art Institute of Chicago and also studied under noted painters Hugh Breckenridge and John F...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pre 1930 item #1424346 (stock #40E57-200)
Art Nouveau crystal decanter with sterling silver engraved floral overlay and a narrow tall neck. Circa 1900-1920. Size: 12.75 inches ht. No loss to any silver overlay, no cracks, ,minor roughness to base of original stopper, and light cloudiness to interior. McGinn family engraved name.
Two antique round covered pantry boxes in old blue paint. 19th entry. Size: 8.75 inches and 10.25 inches in diameter. Pine. Great decorative items.
"Pung and Chow" - by Marguerite Kirmse (British/American, 1885-1954), original signed etching on wove paper. Date: 1923. Image size: 6 in. x 8.5 in. Artist's proof ltd. edition print. Pencil signed and titled by the artist in the lower margin. Offered in the original frame with gallery label of Arthur H. Harlow & Co., Rare Etchings and Engravings, 712 Fifth Ave., New York. An etching of two Pekingese dogs, Pung and Chow. Kirmse is best known for her drawings and etchings of dogs.