Sale location: NEW YORK.
Sale date: February 01, 1991.
Title, description: IMPORTANT AMERICAN FURNITURE & RELATED DECORATIVE ARTS: Property of the Rosen Family: Lots 700-815
About 45 pages
A great selection of Americana including Combware and Redware, etched glass, fireplace and wrought iron items, bed-warmers, candlesticks, a good Newburyport, Massachusetts sampler, a rare needlework pocketbook, dated 1769, and a Rare Silk and Chenille-Work Picture. Other items of interest include 4 miniature pieces of furniture (shown in color), many fine examples of early American furniture including The Kittredge Family Fine Queen Anne Carved Mahogany Bonnet Top Highboy, an Extremely Rare and Important Federal Eagle-Inlaid and Parcel-Gilt Mahogany, a Very Fine and Rare Federal Satinwood Inlaid Mahogany Sofa Table, Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1800, an Extremely Rare Federal Turned, Carved, Painted and Gilt Ash Open Armchair, once the property of George Washington, an Important Chippendale Carved Mahogany Bonnet-Top Secretary-Bookcase, New London County, Connecticut, circa 1780, a Satinwood and Eglomis頌arge Wall Mirror, and a pair of Carved Giltwood Two-Light Wall Sconces, American, first quarter 19th century.
33 items shown in color and 64 items in black & white