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All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1940 item #912879 (stock #26C10E 302)
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Tiffany & Company sterling silver footed dish with garlands and floral decoration. Circa 1930s. Very good condition with no dents. Size: 7.25" diameter x 1.6" height. 10.39 troy ounces.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1940 item #912799 (stock #26C10 2227)
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Tobacco jar in the form of an Indian Chief with feathered headdress, smoking a pipe. Headdress lifts off to access the tobacco. Excellent condition. Size: 7" ht.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1837 VR item #912686 (stock #26C10 2238)
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A scarce English Regency period tortoise shell tea caddy with reverse serpentine front, domed top, and shaped apron base, circa 1820, exhibiting a double compartment interior with original tortoise shell lids. There is a silvered, scalloped key hole escutcheon plate and a shield shaped silvered plaque on the lid, with ivory trim surrounding the openings...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Pre 1920 item #912625 (stock #26C10-2237)
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Pairpoint centerpiece in silverplate with cut crystal vase, fashioned in a classical style with female masks and garlands, and supported on paw feet. The removable crystal vase is decorated with diamond cut motifs and has a star in the base. Circa 1890-1915. Condition: Two small chips to the crystal (one on top rim; one on underside of base). Marked on the underside with Pairpoint stamps and the number C1536. Size: 7" x 7" x 16.25" ht.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1910 item #912605 (stock #40F24 102-3)
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Six large chocolate spoons, plus long handled chocolate muddler in Gorham's Marguerite pattern, sterling silver, patented 1901, engraved with initial W. Condition: very good, no dents, but with a couple of black spots in the bowls. Unusual to find a set that includes the large muddler.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #912601 (stock #26C10 2241)
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A rare Royal Crown Derby two-handled loving cup in the popular Witches pattern, #6299, with date code for 1916. Mint condition, with no wear to gilding. Size: 7" x 4.5" x 5.5" high. An unusual form in a desirable Imari pattern.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #912574 (stock #26C10 2225)
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Two ironstone soup plates by Minton in the Imari "Oriental Japan" pattern, #5194, with impressed triangle date mark for 1843. Size: 10.25" diameter. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, staining or restoration, just some light crazing. Underglaze blue backstamp with pattern name and impressed "BB New Stone" (for Best Body ironstone).
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1930 item #895292 (stock #40F17 103)
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"Lady", portrait of a collie by artist Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), oil on canvas, signed and dated 1925 in lower right. Size: 24" x 20". Lady was the Wilder family's dog and a favorite subject for Arthur's depictions of home life. He loved dogs and often painted them. An inscription on the reverse reads, "To Junior from Dad 1937." The canvas also retains early labels from when it was loaned to the Woodstock Inn for exhibition...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1950 item #894800 (stock #26C10E 3010)
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Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), still life painting of wildflowers in a blue jug. Oil on artist board. Signed and dated 1942 in lower left. Size: 16" x 12". Excellent condition. Arthur Wilder was a native of Vermont, and he developed an interest in drawing at an early age. He enrolled at the prestigious Art Students League in New York City and studied with such noted American painters as Thomas Dewing, Charles Yardley Turner and William Sartain...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1930 item #894796 (stock #40F17 100)
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"Vermont Maples" by Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), oil on canvas, 24" x 29.25", signed and dated 1920 lower left and offered in its original Arts & Crafts gilt wood frame. This large autumnal landscape portrays the brilliance of Vermont's fall colors on a pastured hillside, typical of those in the environs of Woodstock. On the reverse are two early exhibition labels that provide the title...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Paintings : Pastel : Pre 1950 item #894792 (stock #26C10-3013)
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Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), original pastel on paper of a Vermont farm with pond. Signed lower right with date of 1941. Size: 11" x 14". Excellent condition. Arthur Wilder was a native of Vermont, and he developed an interest in drawing at an early age. He enrolled at the prestigious Art Students League in New York City and studied with such noted American painters as Thomas Dewing, Charles Yardley Turner and William Sartain...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1950 item #894313 (stock #26C10E 301)
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Arthur B. Wilder (1857-1959), pastel on paper, 9.5" x 11" (sight), unsigned but bearing on the reverse the Arthur Wilder estate's stamp #105 and with provenance from the estate of Wilder's granddaughter, Joan Pearsons. Condition: Very good, with some minor spotting in sky. This covered bridge was located on Route 4 at the west end of Woodstock, and was replaced by an iron bridge, which has just recently again been replaced...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1940 item #894308 (stock #26C10E 3014)
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Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), oil painting on artist board, circa 1930, 27" x 24", signed lower right. Excellent condition. We believe that the subject of this colorful painting is the porch of Arthur Wilder's Mountain Ave. home in Woodstock, Vermont, with his collie dog, Lady. His grandson, Lyle Pearsons, records Arthur's later years as follows: "During the 1930s he continued painting regularly until his wife died in 1938...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1950 item #894293 (stock #26C10E 301)
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A small oil on board depicting an antiques auction by the Woodstock, VT artist Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949). Circa 1930-40s. Size: 8" x 10". Unsigned, but bearing on the reverse the Arthur Wilder estate's stamp and with provenance from the artist's granddaughter...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1800 item #888474 (stock #39B78 2316C)
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A New England Queen Anne highboy, circa 1750, in cherry, being a marriage of a period base with a period top. The proportions and color of the two components mesh very nicely, though the secondary woods differ, white pine versus chestnut. Found in a New Hampshire home. Refinished and with replaced brasses, otherwise in fine condition, without further restoration. Dimensions: 77 3/8" height x 38 1/2" width x 19 1/4" depth.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1900 item #887586 (stock #26C10-2214)
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A cased pair of repousse decorated napkin rings fashioned in sterling silver by the famous late 19th century manufacturer, Henry Holland, London, 1899-1900. This pair of napkin rings are of heavy weight and are decorated all over with crisp repousse work of scrolling foliage, and each is engraved with the original owner's initials in a circular cartouche, 'JHP' and 'JP'. They are offered in their original black leather covered wooden case with hinged domed cover and red velvet and silk fitted ...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1930 item #884700 (stock #40F17 102)
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Vermont village in winter landscape by Arthur B. Wilder (American, 1857-1949), oil on artist board, 12"x16", circa 1920s, unsigned. An unidentified winter scene with barns in the foreground along a snow covered country road. Arthur Wilder is best known for his winter scenes, and one even hung in the White House during the Coolidge administration. It is almost certain that the location of this subject is in the area surrounding Woodstock, Vermont. This painting is unsigned but descended throu...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #882768 (stock #40F18 103)
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A scarce Arts & Crafts style silver serving spoon by Richard Blanchard, hand wrought in sterling. Circa 1910-1920. Richard Blanchard was the son of George Porter Blanchard who worked with Arthur Stone. Richard first applied his craft in Boston where he was listed as a Member of the Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, from 1913-1921. In 1925 Richard Blanchard moved to Burbank, California, where he entered into partnership with his brother, Porter Blanchard. Richard produced silver in Burbank...