American Cased Ship Diorama

American Cased Ship DioramaAmerican Cased Ship Diorama – $1800

American cased ship diorama having four different ship types,
with both American and England vessels, mounted on a molded
putty sea.

The case is painted and has four brass eagle finials.

c.1930, 13 ½” x 20” x 13”

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Pair of Torch Form Architectural Details

Pair of Torch Form Architectural DetailsPair of Torch Form Architectural Details – $3500

Solid bronze with natural aged verdigris surface.

 

 

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Cast Iron Mechanical Novelty Bank

Cast Iron Mechanical Novelty Bank Cast Iron Mechanical Novelty Bank – $1450

Cast iron mechanical “Novelty Bank” with original yellow, blue and red paint.

Made by the J. & E. Stevens Company of Cromwell, Connecticut, c. 1873. 6 ¾” x 4 ½” x 4 ½”.

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Shadow Box of 19th Century Sewing Tools

Impressive Shadow Box of 19th Century Sewing ToolsImpressive Shadow Box of 19th Century Sewing Tools – $3800

A collection of over 75 bone sewing objects including bodkins, clamps, tatting shuttle, bobbins, crochet hooks, scissors and other sewing implements all dating from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. Museum mounted on brown suede with a Bird’s-eye maple frame.

42” x 21” x 2 ¼”.

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Paint Decorated Fireboard

Paint Decorated FireboardPaint Decorated Fireboard – $3500

Paint decorated fireboard composed of two mustard painted, diagonally designed beadboard panels, with green painted applied carved foilage elements within a red painted frame.

American, c.1875.

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Masonic Shelf Bracket attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop

Masonic Shelf Bracket attributed to the John Haley Bellamy WorkshopMasonic Shelf Bracket
attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop – $3500

Carved from walnut and intricately carved with masonic emblems.

c.1870. 22” x 12” 5 ½”.

From 1866-1871 Bellamy had a workshop he rented in a Masonic Hall in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He employed a number of carvers, including his brother Elijah. They made frames, clocks and shelves, a good amount of them were personalized.

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Shaker Staved Cheese Box in Original Blue Paint

Shaker Staved Cheese Box in Original Blue PaintShaker Staved Cheese Box in Original Blue Paint – $2500

Round staved cheese box with two button hole hoops and matching fitted fingered lid.

Both the lid and the base have a stamped impression of its owner, “J. Dyer” (Joseph Dyer,).

The Dyer family was one of the most famous of all Enfield Shakers. Joseph Dyer (1173-1858), a farmer from Strafford, NH, his wife Mary and five children moved to the Enfield Shaker community in 1813.

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Primitive Handmade Kayak

Primitive Handmade Kayak – $5500

Primitive handmade kayak, the deck is covered with the original painted canvas tacked down along the edges, the backrest is nicely shaped in the form of a heart.

Found in Maine, all original.

New England, c.1920. 124″ x 18.5″

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Large Copper Architectural Corbels

Large Copper Architectural CorbelsLarge Copper Architectural Corbels – $2850

Pair of large copper architectural corbels in a classical form in great natural verdigris surface.

Found in Cambridge, Ma.

New England, c. 1870.

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Child’s Grain Painted Chest

Child's Grain Painted ChestChild’s Grain Painted Chest – $675

Child’s Grain-painted six-board poplar chest with molded top and turned feet.

Pennsylvania, c.1825. 14” x 24” x 13”.


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Rattan Woven Violin Case

Rattan Woven Violin CaseRattan Woven Violin Case – $775

Rattan woven violin case with dark patina and original interior felt.

31” long.

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