Lot# 185

19th c. French Burl Walnut Cylinder Desk w/attached Ormolu

(est.$3,000-4,000)

Notice How the Inlaid Leather Panel Pulls Out

 

Lot# 186

Walter Scott of Lauder, England

Tall Case 8-Day Clock circa 1780

(est.$1,500-2,000)

 

Lot# 187

19th c. Burl Walnut & Mahogany w/Birds Eye Maple Inlaid   DRESSER

(est.$ 800-1,200)

 

 

JOSEPH HEINRICH for BLACK, STARR & FROST

 Copper, Brass, Silver & Oak Chafing Dish with Three Rabbits; Burner & Pan with Liner,

Stamped BLACK, STARR & FROST , COPPER AND SILVER 11 1/2'' x 20 1/2'' .  circa 1900-1905

 

Lot# 188

Chafing Dish Attributed To Joseph Heinrich, NY, 1900-1905

Stamped Black, Starr & Frost, Copper & Silver under base, 13.25"dia.

The Following Pictures Aren't The Actual Pictures ( Actual Picture Above)

(est.$ 2500-3000)

SILVER AND COPPER CHAFING DISH  ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH HEINRICH, NEW YORK, 1900-1915, RETAILED BY GORHAM MFG. CO., 13.25 in. diam.  |  SOLD $4,200 Christie's New York, Jan. 2007:

 

Lot# 200

Silver-Mounted Copper Water Pitcher & Six Mugs Attributed To Joseph Heinrich, 1905-1908.

 Each Waisted Cylindrical, Hammered Body Applied with a Rabbit-form Handle & with Oxidized Silver Stitch-form Rim Mounts,

The Interiors Gilt, Each Marked Copper & Silver Under Base. 9 5/8"h

(est.$1000-3000)

 SILVER-MOUNTED COPPER WATER PITCHER AND SIX MUGS  ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH HEINRICH, TWO MUGS MARKED MADE FOR TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1905-1908 Each waisted cylindrical, the hammered body applied with a rabbit-form handle and with oxidized silver stitch-form rim mounts, the interiors gilt, each engraved with a monogram ACH and date, January 4, and various years, 1905-1908, each marked COPPER AND SILVER under base The water pitcher 9 5/8 in. high  |  SOLD $9,375 Christie's New York, Jan. 2009:

Lot# 166

Pair of Rare 19th c. Apothecary Jars on Brass Stands (painted black)

(est.$800-1200)

 

Lot# 190

(2) Bloor Derby Covered Sauce Bowls & 2-Plates

c.1825-1848

(est.$ 200-300)

 

Lot# 159

Zenith Upright Radio

(est.$ 200-300)

 

Lot# 169

THREAD STORAGE CABINET

Sometime called Spool Cabinet

American, late 19th century. Six drawer spool cabinet in oak with incised decorated drawers and metal pulls SITS ON SECOND CABINET

(est.$ 400-600)

 

 

Lot# 176

19th c. Trunk

(est.$ 100-250)

 

Lot# 177

19th c. WINDSOR DEACON's BENCH  w/Stenciled Back

From Lancaster Pa.

(est.$ 300-500)

 

Lot# 194

Doll House w/Lots of Furniture

(est.$80-150)