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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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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