Daniel Rose was born in 1749 in Reading, Pennsylvania. He was a clockmaker who also sold and repaired watches, jewelry, and musical instruments. In the upcoming American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts auction, his 1790 Chippendale walnut tall case clock is showcased. This piece stands approximately 102.5 inches tall and features pineapple carved finials with leafy vines. The moon phase dial is inscribed “Daniel Rose Reading.” It rests on ogival bracket feet.
Also included in this Freeman’s auction is a collection of Native American clothing and accessories from Wyoming and Western Canada. This lot includes various Blackfoot garments, as well as a beaded baby carrier and hide moccasins from the early 20th century. A Cree quill-worked gun case and a Cree or Ojibwe beaded hide pouch are also included in the lot. To view the entire catalog and register to bid, visit Invaluable
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (17), Collectibles (19), Decorative Art (20), Fine Art (37), Furniture (60)
# of Lots:160
Price Range:$500 - $80,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Chippendale carved walnut tall case clock||
|The Clement Hungerford Pollen Collection||
|Rare and possibly unique painted tinware and zinc Liberty cap with Civil War association to the Pratt Street Riot||
|Sterling silver repoussé loving cup||
|Group of ten Masonic charts||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Daniel Rose
- Masonic Charts
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