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"Ancient Lady – sewing box" by Mani di Donna

"Ancient Lady – sewing box" by Mani di Donna

Attributed to Ransom Cook (1794–1881)  Probably Saratoga Springs, New York  c. 1830–1840  Paint and bronze-powder stenciling on wood with brass feet

possibly Ransom Cook probably Saratoga Springs, New York, United States, c. paint and bronze powder stenciling on wood with brass feet, 8 × 15 × 8 Credit: Gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration

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Pennsylvania heart-shaped wallpaper box, mid c., with floral decoration on a blue ground

Robert Young Antiques - Folk Art Collection. Foliate and Florally Decorated Miniature Strong Box #FolkArt

Foliate and Florally Decorated Miniature Strong Box (Sold) Hand Painted Wrought and Sheet Metal European,

Pook & Pook.  April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 392.  Estimated: $3K - $4K. Realized Price: $3978. Heinrich Bucher (late 18th/early 19th c.), Berks County, Pennsylvania, rectangular painted and decorated pine storage box with hinged lid and tin hasp, the lid with house and tulip decoration, inscribed "H.L.", the sides with tulips, all on a black ground, 2 3/4" h., 10 1/2" w, 9 1/2" d. Provenance: Hattie Brunner.

Pook & Pook. April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 392. Estimated: $3K - $4K. Realized Price: $3978. Heinrich Bucher (late 18th/early 19th c.), Berks County, Pennsylvania, rectangular painted and decorated pine storage box with hinged lid and tin hasp, the lid with house and tulip decoration, inscribed "H.L.", the sides with tulips, all on a black ground, 2 3/4" h., 10 1/2" w, 9 1/2" d. Provenance: Hattie Brunner.

Pennsylvania-1827-scherenschnitte

Pennsylvania-1827-scherenschnitte

Paint-decorated Dome-top Box

Paint-decorated Dome-top Box, America, early century, the blue-painted box…

Paint-decorated slide-lid box inscribed to W. Funck  Attributed to John Drissell, Lower Milford Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, dated 1795  Pine, original painted decoration, 6 x 4 x 10 ¾ inches.  PUBLISHED: Irwin Richman, Pennsylvania German Arts, More Than Hearts, Parrots, and Tulips (Atglen, PA, 2001,) p. 55. Clarke Hess, Mennonite Arts (Atglen, PA, 2002,) fig. 108, p. 65.  RECORDED: Winterthur Museum, John Drissell: His Hand and Pen, p. 3.  Est. $ 25,000-$ 35,000

Paint-decorated slide-lid box inscribed to W. Funck Attributed to John Drissell, Lower Milford Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, dated 1795