The September sale is highlighted by the sale of three wonderful eighteenth century spice boxes. This form is quite rare and the appearance of three fine examples on the marketplace is an important occasion. The sale also contains other fine examples of American decorative art and folk art.
The silver will include lots by Tiffany, Gorham, and Kirk, including two lots from Tiffany’s display at the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
Please note that this lot is being sold without a reserve.
Please note one stand is made from the base of a pole screen
Please note the upper approximate 5 inches of the top of the bonnet is replaced
Please note mushroom pommels on banister back armchair are replaced
Please note pipe box drawer is probably a replacement
Please note that some of the items in this lot may be of later date or may have alterations. The toasting fork was made in the Gimson workshops of Sapperton, England, about 1910. Composed of 14 pieces, this lot does not include the large wrought-iron spatula dated 1827.
Please note that some of the items in this lot may be of later date or may have alterations.
Please note that some of the items in this lot may be of later date or may have alterations. The large wrought-iron spatula dated 1827 as shown in the photograph will be offered with this lot composed of 16 pieces.
Please note the correct estimate for this lot is $10,000-15,000.
Please note door is restored and may be a replacement.
Please note the dimensions for this lot are 21 by 18 7/8 inches.
Please note this lot is attributed to Thorton Oakley.