Sold For $ 900 Pennsylvania four gallon stoneware crock, 19th c., impressed Wm. Moyer, Harrisburg, PA with cobalt floral decoration, 13 1/2'' h. Condition report Two large firing cracks. Exterior has been sprayed along crack. 1" rim flake to rear. A few other smaller rim flakes. Large hairline to base.
A grey moire taffeta ball gown trimmed with pink Sign In to see what this sold for A grey moire taffeta ball gown trimmed with pink silk, circa 1870, with pointed front bodice, the polonaised skirt draped and cascading from the back, (2) Condition report apron-like over skirt which is made of grey organza is very frayed and torn, brown water marks to moire skirt which is revealed below
Japanese delicately carved detailed wood netsuke, featuring a man with carved face on his knee carrying a basket on his back, Late 19th century period. Size; Height of this fine carving is 1 7/8 inches. Condition Report; Great condition, no imperfections. Provenance: Property from the Collection of Dr. J. Don Nelson, Fargo, North Dakota.
Keno Auctions 1/18/11 Lot 28: Description: A Salt-Glazed Cobalt-Blue Decorated Two-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Lamb impressed "N. CLARK & CO / ROCHESTER N.Y." 1841-1852. 15 3/4" h During these years George Williams and John Burger ran the Pottery under Clark's name. (Ref: John O'Brien). Condition Report: There are two chips to junction at the handle of spout and a large chip at bottom left of base.
Sold For $ 1,100 Clinton County, Pennsylvania stoneware crock, 19th c., impressed Sugar Valley, with cobalt floral decoration, 8 3/4'' h. Condition report 2'' chip to rim that appears to be glazed and fired over. Two 1/2'' chips to rear edge of rim.
inely carved whale ivory handle walking stick with hardwood shaft, 19th century, ornate brass collar, a Roman medallion or coin is mounted on the top of ivory handle. Size: 35 inches in length. Condition Report: great condition.