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CARVED MARBLE GRAND TOUR SOUVENIR
Ceres, reclining, with sheaves of wheat and a scythe, well carved in white Carrara marble in high relief. A fine example of the revival of interest in Classical art and history in the latter part of the 19th century.

Custom stand included.

From an important Princeton collection.
  Italy. c. 1870 . 14" x 5" x 7 /16"
Price: $2,150.00

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TANGO DYPTICH by LESLEY MITCHELL
A fabulous multi-panel semi-surreal brightly colored work by a noted Philadelphia
artist who's just at home on the dance floor as in the studio.

  36: x 48"
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AN EXCEPTIONAL COIN SILVER SPADE FORM SERVER
Beautifully engraved with a central waterscape within a diaperwork ground, this elegant spade or trowel server is only marked PATENTED and COIN. Fine condition, with crisp brite-cut engraving. An identical example, but for the engraving, has been published by Osterberg (1994), where it is described as a pie knife although... (more)   American. c. 1855. 8 3/4" L.
Price: $595.00

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ENGRAVED JAPONESQUE STERLING SERVER
The square flat blade with chamfered corners engraved with the design of a bird among blossoming branches, the handle with a butterfly among flowers. Marked for Wm. B. Durgin Co. Though probably originally meant as a waffle server, this elegant item has many possible uses.

Slight edge deformation.

  American. c. 1870. 8 1/8" L.
Price: $395.00

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Steeple Clock
  American. c.1880.
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Connecticut Queen Anne Lowboy
A Queen Anne carved cherrywood dressing table, the rectangular top over one long drawer and three short drawers. the center with carved shell; on cabriole legs ending in platform pad feet all with old, possibly original, finish. Connecticut River Valley.   American. c.1750. 35 1/2" x 24 1/2" x 30 1/4"H. Photo courtesy Antiques and Fine Arts
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Oil Painting on Canvas by Bernardus Arps
A Vase of Poppies In an elaborate gold leaf frame. The artist worked in the Netherlands in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.   Netherlands. c. 1900.
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Great Lakes Bandolier Bag
Fine Native American beaded bandolier bag with floral motifs; probably Chippewa; circa 1900
  America. 15" L.
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Lovebirds
A pair of folky carved weathered wood stakes with the terminals formed as birds.   American or English. early 20th century. 18"H.
Price: $950.00

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Iron Rust Jar
 
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