|One of a pair of 19th Century, inlaid knife boxes
in mahogany. In the traditional manner, these have shaped
fronts, slanted-front lids, inlaid trim of alternating
holly and ebony, and an inlaid motif on the lid.
||The second knife box of the pair. These are 13" tall,
9" deep,and 9" wide. They evidence signs of wear, but are
in very good condition.
$4,000.00 for the pair
|With lid raised to show interior. Note the inlaid star
in underside of the lid.
|An oil on canvas of an unidentified young girl, unsigned,
in a period frame. Framed, it is 30" tall, 26" wide.
In very good condition.
|An of-the-period oil-on-canvas portrait of an unidentified
lovely lady. The portrait in frame is 35" tall and 31" wide.
The canvas has been cleaned, re-lined, on original stretchers,
and is in its period frame.
|A handsomely rendered oil-on-canvas portrait of a young boy
from the Lexington, Kentucky, area. He was an ancestor of the Blakey
family of Kentucky. Unsigned. Excellent condition. |
|A single, inlaid knife box. It is of 19th Century
vintage and is in faded mahogany. Excellent condition.
|The single knife box with lid raised to show interior.
||An oil on canvas of a landscape with sheep. Framed, it is
27-1/2" by 21-1/2". |
Has had restoration. C. 1900.
|A large, genre oil-on-canvas depicting a winter landscape.
Pleasingly rendered and in a period frame; has an illegible monogram
and the readable date of
" '98 ", for 1898. It is 34" tall and 48" wide; in very good condition.
|A trompe l'oeil pastel of the day's catch...two trout.
The piece is in a period, oak frame and is signed "MORROW".
Framed, 28" tall and 15-1/2" wide. In excellent condition.
|A trompe l'oeil pastel companion of the preceding fish....the
day's bag of two ducks. In matching 28" X 15-1/2" oak frame and
signed "MORROW". In excellent condition.