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RARE English bone powder horn 18th to early 19th century
Item# 10767    $2500
RARE English bone powder horn 18th to early 19th century

RARE 18th to early 19th century English powder horn, brass-mounted bone, 5.25 inches high. Etched with a a man stalking a pheasant with his dog and long rifle. This is a very rare piece of early scrimshaw.

 
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Double photo of J H Brown and Sons Kingstown Kansas 1915
Item# 10766    $165
Double photo of J H Brown and Sons Kingstown Kansas 1915

J. H. Brown and Sons, Kingstown, Kansas, 1915, with a steam engine tractor and other machinery made by the Avery Company, Peoria, Illinois. Modern farm technology of its day.

 
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Polia Pillin folk art ceramic cup
Item# 10747    $395
Polia Pillin folk art ceramic cup

Polia Pillin signed folk art cermamic cup. It measures 4.75 inches high and 4 inches across its top. One very tiny little flea bite on top rim the size of a pin head. From Artnet: Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. “In short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,” Pillin said. “The limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.” Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish People’s Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art.

 
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D Kimball 18thc hand forged chopper
Item# 10732    $245
D Kimball 18thc hand forged chopper

Early American food chopper stamped D Kimball. Hand forged, 18th century. Measures 7.5 inches long by 6 inches across the base and 5.5 inches across the handle. A beautiful and useful country primitive kitchen tool.

 
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Antique 19thc ship diorama in shadow box frame
Item# 10730    $2400
Antique 19thc ship diorama in shadow box frame

Antique 19th century ship diorama in a shadow box frame. The ship's name is "Madeline," and it is at full sale in choppy waters. The frame measures 23 inches long, 19 inches high and 4 inches deep. All original including the blown glass front.

 
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