Pair Swirl Base Candlesticks

A fine large pair of mid 18th century English brass swirl based candlesticks with removable bobeches and exceptional detail Origin: England Date: c.1745 Size: 10″ High, 5″ base Item Code: QNJ Condition: excellent **SOLD**

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Food Chopper

An unusual mid 19th century food chopper (cleaver) in the form of plow horse with an elaborate handle Origin: Belgium Date: c. 1860 Condition: very good Size: 12 1/2″ L, 5 1/4″ H Item Code: QNR **SOLD**

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Food Chopper

A mid 19th century Belgium food chopper (cleaver) in the form of a horse with a brass head and a bone and brass handle the brass inlaid with copper dots Origin: Belgium Date: c. 1850 Condition: very good Size: 10 1/2″ L, 4 1/2″ H Item Code: QNQ **SOLD**

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Queen Anne Highboy

A late 18th century N.H. Queen Anne highboy by David Young of Hopkinton. All the primary wood is tiger maple including the sides & legs. It has his finely carved fan with central pinwheel and is signed on the back of the fan drawer. It retains its original hardware & old finish. Origin: New Hampshire Date: c. 1780 Condition: excellent Size: 40″ Lower case, 38″ upper case, 20″ deep, 90″ tall Item Code: QJZ **SOLD**

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Trestle Table

A scarce late 17th century maple and pine Connecticut trestle based tavern table with bold turnings and shoe feet Origin: Connecticut Date: c. 1680 Condition: very good Size: Top 18 1/2″ x 28 1/2″ x 25″ Item Code: OTR **SOLD**

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Wood,brass, steel food chopper

A mid 19th century French food chopper in the form of a crowing rooster Origin: France Date: c. 1840 Condition: very good Size: 13″ Long x 8″ High Item Code: QHZ **SOLD**

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Wall Pockets

A pair of mid 18th century Liverpool delft wall pockets with scarce polychrome decoration Origin: England Date: c. 1745 Condition: very good, minor chipping Size: 8″ High Item Code: CEA26 **SOLD**

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Pair 17th century Mid drip

A late 17th century large pair of Dutch brass mid drip candlesticks with acorn knop shafts Origin: Holland Date: c. 1680 Size: 10 1/4″ High, base 4 3/4″ Condition: excellent Item Code: QNM **SOLD**

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Key

A scarce early 19th century locksmith trade sign in the form of a key Origin: European        Date: c. 1820       Size: 20 1/2″ h Condition: very good   Item Code: NFU           **SOLD**

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Fork

A scarce early 19th century Broom or Gennoce County, NewYork white smith worked fork with punch, file and overlaid decoration. Origin: New York       Date: c. 1820      Size: 20 1/2″ L Condition: excellent   Item Code: PVU         **SOLD**

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