Oil on Board

A fine small landscape by Horace Burdick of Boston.  It is in the original frame. Origin: Massachusetts      Size: frame: 8 1/4″w x 6 1/4″h;sight 6 11/16″w x 4 11/16″h Date: c. 1900        Condition: excellent   Item Code: PEA         Price: $ 750.00

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Watercolor Painting

A watercolor on paper of an elk at the edge of a lake, signed S. Dupay Origin: Canada (?)       Date: c. 1925       Size: 26 11/16″ x 20 3/4″ Condition: very good   Item Code: FPM          Price: $ 475.00

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Oil on Panel

An oil on panel landscape of a New Hampshire lake with cottages title “Above Wakefield…” by Robert Henry Lindsay Origin: New Hampshire       Date: c. 1910       Size: 14″ w x 9 7/8″ h Condition: excellent   Item Code: GJB             Price: $ 950.00

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Oil on Canvas

A portrait of the English ship Birkby off Liverpool Harbor possibly by Robert Salmon Origin: England       Date: c. 1810       Size: 23″ x 35″ (sight) Condition: lined with minor inpaints   Item Code: QEH         Price: $ 13,500.00

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Oil on Canvas

A fine small oil on canvas of well painted brook trout on the shore with foliage in the background.  Possibly by Samuel Kilbourne. Origin: American possibly NY     Size: 14 5/8″ x 8 11/16″; framed 22 7/8″ x 16 7/8″ Date: c. 1860       Condition: excellent save for a small patched hole, in its original frame   Item Code: LHZ        Price: $ 3,950.00

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Set of Eight Wine Glasses

A scarce set of eight English port wine glasses with wheel cut stems and engraved swags with alternating medallions housing anchors and stars.

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Schuyler Family Painting

A fine early 18th century portrait said to be a member of the Schuyler (Pieter) family of New York. This painting was purchased at the auction of an early home of a Schuyler family member from Virginia.

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A New Hampshire Burl Bowl

Burl is a deformity that grows from the side of the tree. While these deformities are due to a virus in the tree, they may be one of the loveliest deformities that nature has made. This particular part of the tree is very sought after by anyone in the wood working community. Because of the way that these burls are formed, they are extremely dense, which makes them wonderful for use in bowls such as these.

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A Pennsylvania Burl Bowl

Burl, because of the way that it grows, is very difficult to work with, often breaking and chipping without warning. However, when the wood does come out the way that is desired, you get a beautiful tangled and interlocking grain, such as the one that is on this bowl. It is unlike any other wood.

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