Skinner's Ohio Collection of American Folk Art

When:
Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:00AM
Where:
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA

An Ohio Collection of American Folk Art
Auction date:
Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 10AM
Preview times:
October 24, 12–5PM
October 25, 12–8PM
October 26, 12–5PM
Website: www.skinnerinc.com
Auction location:
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
Contact:
Americana Department
508.970.3200
americana@skinnerinc.com
Catalog:
#2680B | 508.970.3240

1. Folk Carved and Painted Pig Sculpture, Syracuse, NY, c. 1880;
2. Queen Anne Red-painted Tiger Maple Tea Table,
southeastern Massachusetts, c. 1750-80;
3. American School, early 20th century, Vermont Farm Landscape, c. 1915;
4. Fanciful Pictorial Needlework Picture of Animals, Trees, and Flowers, America, c. 1825-35;
5. Rare Small Rearing Arabian
Horse Weathervane, attributed to A.L. Jewell & Co., Waltham, Massachusetts, c. 1860;
6. Folk Carved and Paint-decorated
Bird, PA, c. 1850-80;
7. Paint-decorated Pine Tall Case Clock, ME, possibly South Paris, c. 1830;
8. Paint-decorated Dome-top
Box, attributed to the “Compasswork Decorator” of Lancaster County, PA, 1800-40;
9. Paint-decorated Checkers/Parcheesi
Game Board, America, late 19th century;
10. Rare Painted Wood Carving of a Boston Bull Terrier, by Augustus (Gus) Wilson
(1864-1950), South Portland, ME, 1930-35;
11. Bird Tree Sculpture, America, c. 1860;
12. Paint-decorated Pine Blanket Chest, Schoharie or Albany County, NY, 1815-30

MA/lic.# 2304
American Furniture & Decorative Arts
Auction date:
Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 10AM
Preview times:
October 24, 12–5PM
October 25, 12–8PM
October 26, 12–5PM
Website:
www.skinnerinc.com
Auction location:
63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
Contact:
Americana Department
508.970.3200
americana@skinnerinc.com
Catalog:
#2680B | 508.970.3240

1. Chinese School, 19th Century, View of the Factories at Canton, c. 1850;
2. Folk Art Appliquéd Needlework Picture of a Family
Outing, Burlington, VT, area, c. 1810;
3. American School, 19th Century, Portrait Miniature of a Young Child of a Mattapoisett,
Massachusetts, Sea Captain;
4. Group of Duck Decoys;
5. Federal Mahogany Carved and Inlaid Lady’s Secretary-bookcase,
attributed to Thomas Seymour, Boston, c. 1807-12;
6. Carved Cherry Desk and Bookcase, probably Colchester, CT, area, c. 1785-
90;
7. Sturtevant J. Hamblen (Maine, Massachusetts, fl. 1837-1856), Portrait of Young Girl Seated in a Rocking Chair with Her
Dog;
8. Attributed to Honore Pellegrin (France/United Kingd
om/United States, 1793-1869), Ship Gen’l Cushing of Newburyport,
Nicholas Varina Master, in the Bay of Marseilles, May 1857;
9. Three Transfer-decorated Liverpool Creamware Jugs, England,
early 19th century;
10. Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Cann, Boston, c. 1780,
11. Chippendale Mahogany Block-front Chest of Drawers,
probably Boston, c. 1760-80

63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 | 617.350.5400
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MA/lic.# 2304
12. Assortment of Scrimshaw Items;
13. Raffael Corsini (Turkish, act. Smyrna, 1830-1880), Bark Lucinda Sears, Barziili Sears
Entering Smyrna, 1850;
14. Calling Greater Yellowlegs Mantel Figure, Anthony Elmer Crowell (1862-1952), East Harwich,
Massachusetts, c. 1910;
15. Federal Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock, Ephraim Willard, Roxbury, Massachusetts,
c. 1800;
16. Jewell Molded Copper Leaping Horse Weathervane, A.L. Jewell & Co. Waltham, MA, 1852-1867;
17. Erastus Salisbury
Field (American, 1805-1900), Portrait of a Blond-haired Child Wearing a Blue Dress Holding a Watch, Standing on a Patterned Carpet;
18. Pair of Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Casters, Boston, 1772, made for Robert Treat Paine;
19. Classical Gilt Gesso Convex Mirror,
England or America, early 19th century;
20. John Greenwood (Massachusetts, 1727-1792, Portrait of Thomas Child (1730-1787;
21. Three-color Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet with Basket of Flowers Motif, Charles Wiand, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1856;
22. Chippendale Carved Cherry Chest-on-Chest, probably Granby, CT, 1802

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