Diamond Thumbprint Footed Creamer

Diamond Thumbprint Pattern footed creamer, applied handle, attributed to Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich, Massachusetts…c. 1850, 6 1/2″ high..perfect condition     $225

“Cintra” Transferware plate

“Cintra” pattern transferware plate, 9 3/4″ diameter, perfect shape, usual crazing, stamped “Cintra J. H.” on bottom..attributed to Joseph Heath, Buslem, England 1845-1853     $55

Mahogany Dressing Mirror c. 1910

Handmade mahogany dressing mirror, with 4 dovetailed drawers each with edge inlay,  mirror frame also has crossbanded inlay.  Nice old polished surface,  18″ X 23 1/2″ high, 8 1/2″ deep    $250

1852 colored prints (ten in all)

Ten colored prints depicting scenes of childhood with animals,dogs, fishing, etc.  These prints are all separated from the binding, the back and front embossed cardboard covers are included..edges of prints are worn but images are in great shape and are ready for mattes.  Covers are 8 3/8 X 12 3/4″, images are 11 X 7 1/2″.. Frontpiece is inscribed.. “To Fannie Williams from her Uncle John 1852”   $135 for all

Enoch Wood Three Piece Tea Set c. 1840

Enoch Wood Three Piece Tea Set, stamped “Wood” on teapot bottom,  Classical style with dolphin spout, stylized leaves and flowers with copper luster highlights, small chip underneath sugar bowl lid, 1/2″ hairline on surround of teapot lid, otherwise great shape for something this old   $295  

Bullseye and Fleur-de-lis Flint Glass Lamp

SOLD   Electrified Bullseye andFleur-de-lis pattern oil lamp attributed to Union Glass Company, Somerville, MA c. 1850,  Overall 16 1/2″ high, 8 1/2″ high to top of font, lamp base 4 3/4″, cloth/paper shade..cord is attached at the socket.  There is a small chip on the scalloped bottom.  Please ask if you would like a detail   $135

Andirons English Adams c. 1790

Small scale English Andirons  in Adams style , brass and iron,  Dimensions of brass detail  8 1/2″ high X 4 1/2″ wide,  iron supports15 1/2″ deep      $225

Cherry Pembroke Table c. 1810

SOLD    Beautiful refinished cherry drop leaf Pembroke table, c. 1810, secondary woods are butternut and poplar.  Single  dovetailed drawer with fingernail incising around drawer edge, original brass knob.  33″ long X 19″, 28″ high,  33″ long X 39″ wide when leaves are open.    $675

Walnut Washstand c. 1850

SOLD    Gothic styled walnut and poplar washstand..old refinish..  Dated 1854 inside of drawer…nice size for an end table  30 1/2″ long, 16 3/4″ deep, 29 3/4″ high to surface,  36 1/4″ high to top of back splash..old key does not work lock but aids in opening.  New York State origins    $275