AMERICAN SLANT FRONT DESK. Found in Swansea, Mass. Ca. 1900, cherry with pine secondary. Dovetailed case, four overlapping dovetailed drawers, turned legs and fitted interior with dovetailed drawers. Edge damage, age cracks, replaced legs and refinished. Ex. Eugenia L. Goodwin. 41.5"h. 40.5"w. 20"d. 29.5" writing ht.
(4) 19TH C. MARINE LONG GLASSES All brass, including: Single Draw pebbled brown leather wrapped 36" marked "F. Primavese & Son, Cardiff & Swansea, Day or Night", 20" closed; PLUS Single Draw cord wrapped 24", unmarked, 14 1/2" closed; PLUS Single Draw green leather wrapped 21", unmarked, 14 1/2" closed; PLUS Four Draw brown leather wrapped (split), 24" unmarked, 7" closed.
GROUP THREE ENGLISH PORCELAIN B/W PLATTERSincluding Swansea, each with scene of figures in an Asian landscape, within an elaborate border, the largest stamped "Swansea" and a similar illegibly stamped, most likely Swansea. Base wear, edge chips, scratches, glaze wear, loss. Largest: 16" high, 21 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York Collector.
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JAMES HARRIS OF SWANSEA, (ENGLISH, 1810-1887), MERCHANTMAN RUNNING INTO SWANSEA, OIL ON CANVAS, 20 X 29 IN., FRAME: 29 1/2 X 38 1/2 IN.JAMES HARRIS OF SWANSEA, (English, 1810-1887) Merchantman Running Into Swansea, oil on canvas signed J. Harris lower left oil on canvas Dimensions: 20 x 29 in., frame: 29 1/2 x 38 1/2 in. Provenance: The Estate of a Massachusetts Lady. Condition: Lined. Please note: All property is sold "AS IS" and any statement, whether oral or written, is given as a courtesy and shall not be deemed as a guarantee, warranty, or representation of the authenticity of authorship, physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, provenance, exhibitions, literature or historical relevance of the property or otherwise. The absence of a condition report does not imply the item is in perfect condition.
PAIR SWANSEA PEARLWARE BOTANICAL SAUCE TUREENS Early 19th c., possibly Tomas Pardoe, including "Purple-Headed Garlick/Venus Looking Glass" and "Pendulous Catchfly/Tulip", and (2) associated Chelsea under-plates, painted brown factory marks, tureens: 10" w
(3) ENGLISH CREAMWARE BOTANICAL DISHES c. 1800, possibly Swansea, including one plate inscribed "Salmon Colored Blood Flower"; one plate with unmarked (possibly of later manufacture); one shaped bowl inscribed "Glattcous-leaved Veltheimia", plates: 9 3/4" dia
(VIEW) MASSACHUSETTS - STOCKBRIDGE THROUGH SWANSEA AND MISCELLANEOUS: 61 POSTCARDS EARLY TO MID-20TH CENTURY(VIEW) MASSACHUSETTS - STOCKBRIDGE THROUGH SWANSEA AND MISCELLANEOUS: 61 POSTCARDS, Early to Mid-20th Century, Main St. Stockbridge, Schaefer's News (Stoneham), photo of Main Dining Room at New England Sanitarium. Stoughton: photos of Upham Factory, Universalist Church and Odd Fellows Hall, W. Main St. and 40's parade float. Blue Jay Lobster Pond and early Schoolhouse (Sutton). Swansea: post office (two cards), Jewelry Factory, Planters Peanut Store, "Souvenir of Swansea", "The Tangle", The Frank Stevens residence and more. Swampscott: Lincoln House Point and Fisherman's Beach breakwater and Monument Square (photo). Photos: Sand Hills store and post office, Post Office Square and Casey's Store (Saundersville), Parkerville Rd. Southville, "Storrowton" general view, store in Shutesbury, Storey Post Office (Swift River), Bird farm (South Pond), Svensk Kaffe Stuga (South Sudbury) and more. Provenance: The Estate of Hilary Bamford.
LITHOGRAPHED SILHOUETTE OF A HORSE 13” X 16.75” SIGHT. FRAMED 19.25” X 23.25”.LITHOGRAPHED SILHOUETTE OF A HORSE, Cut out and applied to paper. Inscribed lower left "Horse owned and driven by Dr. Wellington of Swansea Village, Mass.". Unsigned. Dimensions: 13" x 16.75" sight. Framed 19.25" x 23.25".
A. RODERICK, BRITISH 19TH CENTURY, ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE WITH CHURCH IN BACKGROUND AND COWS IN THE FOREGROUND, OIL ON CANVAS, 10 X 14 IN. (25.40 X 35.56 CM.), FRAME: 13 3/4 X 17 3/4 IN. (34.93 X 45.09 CM.)A. RODERICK, BRITISH, 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE WITH CHURCH IN BACKGROUND AND COWS IN THE FOREGROUND, Oil on canvas Lower left signed: A. Roderick; verso stenciled on canvas: G.Roberts / 30 OXFORD STREET /SWANSEA Oil on canvas Dimensions: 10 x 14 in. (25.40 x 35.56 cm.), Frame: 13 3/4 x 17 3/4 in. (34.93 x 45.09 cm.)
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