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Roderic H. Blackburn

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Antique accessories, silver, porcelain, lighting, brass, iron, etc

Metals

B0432 English 18th century brass and wrought iron skipjack, 11" H

.  skipjack

1644  Classical American parlor stove by Lowe & Leake, Albany NY c.1844.  This "eagle" stove is considered the most beautiful of the stoves  made in the Albany-Troy area in the period when the finest cast iron stoves in America were made there. Of this model only four are known to exist: Metrpolitan Museum of Art, Albany Institute of History and Art, private collection  (sold this some years ago)and this one.  In exceptional original condition.
53"H, 31"W, 18"D   SOLD  this one but have one nearly identical

parlor stove

1538. Indian trade silver and brass gorget, Touchmark "IgL" the mark of Jacob Gerritse Lansing of Albany, silversmith, c. 1760-70. A rare surviving Indian trade gorget, the only surviving colonial period example.  Albany was an important center for Indian trade silver production. The silver bear likely signifies a special gorget made for a specific chief of the Mohawk Iroquois Bear clan.                  SOLD

Indian trade silver and brass gorgetIndian trade silver and brass gorget

1636. Large coin silver ladle. Marked Johnson & Godley,  Albany NY, c.1825. 13."


SOLD

Large coin silver ladle. Marked Johnson & Godley, Albany NY, c.1825. 13."

0206.  Pair of New York "blade" andirons.  John Conklin (attri),  New York,  1770-1800. Similar examples are sometimes marked IC for John Conklin of New York. All original except repairs / replacement of pads on feet. Brass and wrought iron. 22.5"H, 18 1/2"D. 8"W.

Pair of New York "blade" andirons. John Conklin (attri), New York, 1770-1800

1361. Netherlands brass mid-drip candlestick, mid 17th c.A classic Hemskirk-type Dutch mid-drip candlestick. Featured in an early book on brass candlesticks.

Netherlands brass mid-drip candlestick, mid 17th c

1237.  Sheet iron weathervane of man and horse. Probably NY, l. 19th c.  A large silhouette iron weathervane with original directionals and mounting post. Found in the Saratoga area. One of a kind, this is not one of those factory stamped out copper ones made in the thousands.  Very good condition. Iron   c. 20 x 30" plus post 

0963. Six arm brass chandelier in Georgian style.  England, 19th c. An exceptional example of the Georgian-style in chandelier.  28 1/4"W, 17 1/2"D 

Six arm brass chandelier in Georgian style. England, 19th c

1363.  Netherlands 18th c copper embossed and punch-decorated pail with wrought iron handle. 13" D, 12"H

Netherlands 18th c copper embossed and punch-decorated pail with wrought iron handle

1600. Pair of New York tripod footed salts, silver, with later sterling liners added. One marked BLR for Bartholomew Le Roux, New York City c. 1760 and HUTTON for Isaac Hutton of Albany, c.1790. The latter made to match the former and engraved with initials of Capt John DePeyster Ten Eyck. The former engraved R/M*S (unidentified).        SOLD

Pair of New York tripod footed salts, silver, with later sterling liners added

Pair of New York tripod footed salts, silver, with later sterling liners added

B0409. English Regency not water urn, silver on copper (Sheffield) , e. 19th c.. Armorial crest.


English Regency not water urn, silver on copper (Sheffield) , e. 19th c.. Armorial crest

1337. Cole Propeller and motor meter radiator cap ornament. Marked: Cole. Probably Detroit, c. 1918-1925.  
A rare form from the equally rare Cole automobile. The propeller is distinctive.  Good condition, thermostat glass removed. Brass, nichel-plated .  6"H                          SOLD

Cole Propeller and motor meter radiator cap ornament. Marked: Cole. Probably Detroit,

1338.  Ford Quail radiator mascot from a Ford Model A. Stant Machine Co., Detroit, 1930-31.
Henry Ford's snappy Quail radiator cap for the Model A, the most stylish element on the car. A real piece of automotive Americana. Very good condition.  Zinc die cast, chrome plated.   4"H

 SOLD

Ford Quail radiator mascot from a Ford Model A. Stant Machine Co., Detroit, 1930-31.

Ceramics

B0031. Six Dutch Delft blue and white tiles of Biblical subjects. Mid 18th c. Framed.                   SOLD

Six Dtch Delft blue and wite tiles of Biblical subjects
0424. Dutch Delft set of 12 polychrome tiles depicting a vase of flowers. E. 19th c.

Dutch Delft set of 12 polychrome tiles depicting a vase of flowers. E. 19th c.

0525    Silver resist small pitchers (2), England ,  e. 19th c.     
Two silver resist soft paste porcelain small pitchers. Nice examples of this well known English form and decoration which are rarer and more desirable than the pink or copper lusterware. Excellent condition. 4 1/2 " H 

Silver resist small pitchers (2), England , e. 19th c.

0523 Newhall polychrome softpaste porcelain tea pot.  England, 19th c.  Newhall polychrome decorated softpaste porcelain tea pot with lid. Lovely form and condition. Very good condition, slight chip to end of spout.  6" H

Newhall polychrome softpaste porcelain tea pot. England, 19th c

0532 Copper luster pitcher, embossed white designs. England , mid. 19th c.  Unusually handsome large copper luster pitchers with embossed design in white.  Excellent condition. Soft paste porcelain   7" H.  SOLD

  

0533. Near pair of molded glass oil lamps. New  England, mid 19th c. Pair of glass molded oil lamps with brass collars, perfect to make a pair of bedside lamps.  Excellent condition.  Glass with brass collar.    9"H

Near pair of molded glass oil lamps. New England, mid 19th c

0530 Copper luster pitcher with blue panel. England, mid 19th c. Attractive copper luster softpaste porcelain pitcher with blue panel and polychrome decoration.  Excellent condition .Soft paste porcelain  5 3/4"H

Copper luster pitcher with blue panel. England, mid 19th c

0534 Scrolled patterned blown in mold glass flask. USA, one of several glass houses, mid 19th c. Scrolled patterned blown-in-mold glass flask, aquamarine  McKearin GIX-1.  Excellent condition.   glass    9"H

Scrolled patterned blown in mold glass flask. USA

0529 Staffordshire figurine with sheep. Marked: Walton England , e. 19th c. A Staffordshire figurine in characteristic form with a ram before a flowered tree and on a lower tier, a lamb. Rare to find one with the mark of its maker, and this by WALTON. Excellent condition.  Soft paste porcelain    6 3/4"H

Staffordshire figurine with sheep. Marked: Walton England , e. 19th c

0564 Embossed earthenware Doulton pitcher. Marked  Doulton. England l. 19th c. Relief molded earthenware pitcher by the well known Doulton pottery. Interesting  and humorous decoration of English tradesmen. Fine condition, one small hairline crack from rim.  Pottery earthenware   8 3/4"H

Embossed earthenware Doulton pitcher. Marked Doulton. England l. 19th c.

0537   Jenny Lind  blown-in-mold glass flask. Fislerville Glass Works  Fislerville, NJ  ca. 1850.
Blown-in-mold aquamarine flask with bust of Jenny Lind and Fislerville Glassworks name and image. McKearin G.I. 107. Excellent condition.   9.5"H

Jenny Lind blown-in-mold glass flask. Fislerville Glass Works Fislerville, NJ ca. 1850.

Textiles

B0764. Iroquois beaded purse. New York, mid.-late 19th c.

Iroquois beaded purse. New York, mid.-late 19th c.

Iroquois beaded "Glengarry" cap. New York, ca. 1850-80.    SOLD.

Iroquois beaded "Glengarry" cap. New York, ca. 1850-80.

Folk Art, Crsft & Misc.

1576b. Wood Duck decoy. Made by and signed W.[William] Smithers and J.[Jean Imbert] Smithers, makers, Bay area, California, 1970s-80s. An exceptionally well done decoy by  makers who also made working decoys as early as the 1950s

Wood Duck decoy. Made by and signed W.[William] Smithers and J.[Jean Imbert] Smithers, makers, Bay area, California, 1970s-80s


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