Catalogue


Baltimore Album Quilt: Circa 1850   Sold   

Outstanding Baltimore Album quilt that combines both traditional and whimsical, original blocks. The eagle draws the eye to the center and then allows it to meander through the variety of finely detailed blocks. Signatures indicate the quilt was related to the North and Horner families of mid 19th century Baltimore. More complete information is available to purchaser.      
  
Baltimore Album Quilt: Circa 1850
Flying Geese Quilt: Circa 1830
  Flying Geese Quilt: Circa 1830   $2,450

Richly colored Wild Goose Chase quilt (aka Geese in Flight) from the early 19th century. Abutting the triangles gives a terrific up and down movement to the "geese". Streak of Lightning border was meant to indicate the end for the head. Clamshell quilting in outer border; diagonal lines and stylized flowers in the triangles. Excellent condition; probably New England origin. Measures 100" x 104"; cotton front with probably homespun linen back. For unknown reasons, an old button is sewn to the... Click for details

Large Silver Brooch with Amethyst: Circa 1940   $395  

Large Mexican silver brooch with a central amethyst stone. The pin measures 2 1/2" wide x 2 3/8" tall. The silver work nicely follows the shape of the amethyst. Excellent condition; made circa 1940's.
Large Silver Brooch with Amethyst: Circa 1940
Silver and Amber Bead Necklace
  Silver and Amber Bead Necklace   $295

Graduated silver beads alternate with amber in this lovely necklace. The silver beads are handmade as is the fine box clasp. There are a few tiny dings on the silver beads but basically, it is in very good condition. The necklace measures 20" long. The amber beads are 9/16" in diameter; the silver are graduated in size. Probably made in the 1940's or 50's.

Folk Art Animals Quilt: Circa 1860; Connecticut   Sold  

It is safe to say that this amazing quilt filled with animals is a one of a kind. It is a glorious combination of barnyard animals as well as whales; giraffes and fish. In addition, it has a variety of fruits and vegetables. It is a summer spread professionally mounted on a stretcher that is hinged for easier transport. Measurements are 80" square. Connecticut origin with family history available to purchaser.
Folk Art Animals Quilt: Circa 1860; Connecticut
Retro Gold Collar Necklace by Forstner
  Retro Gold Collar Necklace by Forstner   $3,450

Classic Retro flexible link choker necklace made by Forstner. Measures 16" long and 3/8" wide. Excellent condition with a particularly well made and decorative clasp.

William Spratling Silver and Copper Bracelet   Sold  

Rectangular silver links are combined with copper balls in this wonderful bracelet by silver master, William Spratling. Hallmark dates it to the 1940's. Measures 1/2" wide and approximately 7 1/2" long. The safety chain makes it difficult to measure precisely but it fits an average size wrist.
William Spratling Silver and Copper Bracelet
Mixed Metals Bracelet: Circa 1950
  Mixed Metals Bracelet: Circa 1950   $295

Seven link bracelet combining layers of sterling silver; copper and brass. This design was begun by Los Castillo who termed the technique "metales casados" translating to married metals. Others followed in their footsteps. This bracelet is signed Metales then a conjoined JF Icuerda and Taxco. It is 3/8" tall and approximately 7 1/2" long (safety chain makes it difficult to be precise). Substantial weight and excellent condition.

Oxidized Silver Geometric Rings   Sold  

Fabulously bold and stylish oxidized silver geometric rings. They were clearly made by the same hand but only one has an (illegible) maker's mark. The other two are marked only 925 for sterling silver. They appear to be in unworn condition. The circle measures 1 1/4" in diameter; the square is 1 1/16". Well made with substantial weight. Ring on left is size 6; middle and right are 6 1/2.
Oxidized Silver Geometric Rings
William Spratling Silver and Amethyst Earrings
  William Spratling Silver and Amethyst Earrings   $625

Round silver and amethyst earrings by silver master, William Spratling. They were made in the 1940's but are totally timeless in design. Measure 1 1/8" in diameter; screwbacks. Excellent condition.

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