The Country Americana auction, by Skinner, has a variety of decorative arts, furniture, and more. Featured is a beautiful Queen Anne Connecticut-type carved chest in cherry. It stands 81 inches tall and is 40 inches wide. The chest has had alterations and has been previously restored. An Heirloom Heritage Colonial-style mahogany double-pedestal dining table with eight matching chairs is also included. There are several American School oil paintings available, including a harbor scene painting that is framed and with a possible signature. The painting has been lined and retouched. A framed document from Philip Sheridan to General Grant regarding Cedar Creek is a part of the auction. There are many more items in available. Go to Bidsquare to view the entire catalog.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (209), Furniture (237), Asian Works of Art (15) , Watches & Clocks (2), Couture & Textiles (2), Collectibles (66), Fine Art (79)
# of Lots:609
Price Range:$20 - $6,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Queen Anne Connecticut-type Carved Cherry High Chest|| Estimate: |
|American School, 19th Century Harbor Scene|| Estimate: |
|Heirloom Heritage Colonial-style Mahogany Dining Room Set|| Estimate: |
|Framed Document from Philip Sheridan to General Grant Relating to Cedar Creek|| Estimate: |
|Thirty-four Staffordshire Transfer-decorated Ceramic Plates|| Estimate: |
|Pine Six-board Sea Chest|| Estimate: |