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Crossing the Stream
James Barnes (British, fl. 1870-1901)
Painting: 24.75" x 19.75"
James Barnes was a landscape and genre painter, working in both oils and watercolor. He exhibited frequently in Liverpool, the Royal Academy in London and the Royal Society of British Artists (Suffolk Street) between 1870 and 1901. Titles of exhibited works include “A Rough Road Through the Woods”, “Highland Lassie”, “The Sisters”, “...
by V. Cooper-Wiley (British 19th Century)
unframed: 51" x 32"
Fine Antique Sheraton Canterbury, in mahogany, having four divisions with a handhold, turned supports and legs ending in brass castors and with a single drawer. Circa 1790-1820.
Originally designed for sheet music, these are now used primarily as magazine racks. To see other examples, type "canterbury" into the search box.
East Dennis Antiques
Scarce cast iron andirons in the form of beagles, basset or blood hounds, probably American, early 1900's, the log holders have been rebuilt, 12-1/2" H. x 9-1/2" W. x 15-1/2" D. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** 196BX29
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
20" x 30" and in the original gilt frame, view of Mount Chocurua, New Hampshire, signed lower left.
Furniture : Pre 1900 item #1073942
Approx. 25" high and 14" wide. Early 19th C.
Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1073570 (stock #10138)
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Charles Edward Dixon (attr.), British, b.1872
Ship in Full Sail
Oil on canvas, signed and dated”1897” and with a Rowney & Co. stencil on the reverse.
Painting Size: 12” x 18”
Born in 1872, Dixon was a painter of rivers, costal and marine scenes, primarily in watercolor but he did some oils such as this. He was the son of Alfred Dixon who was a painter of domestic scenes. Edward exhibited at the Royal Academy and th...
Paintings : Pre 1920 item #1073181 (stock #10135)
Theodore Victor Carl Valenkamph (American, 1868-1924)
Fishing Schooner Out of Gloucester
Oil on canvas, signed, lower right, with an exceptional carved wood and gesso gilt frame.
Painting Size: 28.5” x 36”
Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1868, Valenkamph emigrated to the US and was working in Gloucester by 1899. He was a member of and exhibited at the Boston Art Club. By 1903, he had a studio in Boston on Tremont Street in th...
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Cast iron with old paint decoration. Some doorstops were painted at the foundry while others were available without paint and could be painted later by the purchaser. "Mammy" was made by Littco Products of Littlestown, Pennsylvania who began making doorstops in the 1920's and ceased production at the beginning of WWII. 13" H. x 7-1/2" W., See pg. 218 in "The Doorstop Book", Schiffer Publishers. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE...
Sculpture : Pre 1920 item #1069910 (stock #10132)
Plaster Bust of a Bearded Man, Terra Cotta finish, 19th/20th Century.
Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1064307 (stock #10127)
John Frank Swingler (British c.1850-1910)
Tabletop Still Life with Fruit and Chinese Vase
Oil on canvas, signed, and dated: "1888".
Painting Size: 39” x 31”
Swingler was a London painter of still-life, flowers, fruit and fish who exhibited from 1886-1909 at The Royal Academy, The Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street, The Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham, the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and The Manchester Art Galle...
Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia Connecticut, circa 1860, 8 day, time and strike movement (strikes on the hour with a resonant gong), professionally serviced and guaranteed with a written description of the work performed by the restorer, original face, glass and possibly original hands and mirror tablet, rosewood veneer case in excellent original condition, 18-3/4" H. X 11-1/2" W. X 4-1/2" D. The Ansonia Clock Co. was founded by Anson G. Phelps in 1851 as a subsidiary of the Ansonia Brass Co. It be...
Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia Connecticut, circa 1860, eight day spring driven time and strike, with alarm, mantle clock that strikes on the hour, has been professionally serviced and is guaranteed in writing with a complete description of the work performed by the clock restorer, original face, glass and what appears to be the original reverse painted (bleeding heart-flowers) tablet. The case in rosewood veneer on pine with an old, possibly original finish that is in good condition, 19-3/4" H. X 1...
Emma Annie Austin Spear (American 19th/20th Century)
Folk Art Portrait of a Young Girl in a Blue Dress Elaborately Trimmed in White Lace
Oil on canvas. Signed lower right and dated: “1901”
Painting Size: 16” x 21”
Spear was active in Washington, from 1896-1925 and is listed in McMahan, "The Artists of Washington, DC 1796-1996"
Rare Federal side chair with unusual seat height, a specialty design for a person who needed a high seat height. Circa 1815
Octagonal top, with spider leg base.
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Rare Pair of Grand Tour Bronze Candlesticks, each having a single candlecup above a bronze urn with entwined snake-form handles, leafage decoration and mounted on a polished slate base. Circa 1860 (previously wired).
Height : 10.25”
An eight day spring driven Connecticut shelf clock made by the E.N. Welch Mfr. Co. of Forestville, Conn., circa 1865. The rosewood veneer case measures 18-1/2"H. X 10-1/4" W. X 4" D. and is original and unrestored. The works have been professionally serviced and the clock comes with a guarantee. The glass in the door is original and the reverse painted tablet which is also original shows some paint loss. The face and hands are an appropriate replacement. The original interior paper label is inta...