Description: A 19th C Egyptian Revival Carved Marble Chair, with the curved back having a fluted panel over a scroll and urn frieze, the arms carved as large fish ending in caryatid, a reed bundle carved seat edge over a carved angel and cornucopia apron, the sides carved with scrolls over fleur de lis carved shields. Patch repair to back. 29" high at back.View additional info »
Description: A Pair of Rearing Horse Garden Statues, stone or cast concrete, with some age. Each 32" high.View additional info »
Description: Fragments of a Stone Plinth and Capitol, once from the Grounds of the University of Virginia, with family history indicating the fragments came from the Rotunda. Damage to both pieces. Plinth 13" high, 32" square, capitol 12" high, 35" square.View additional info »
Description: An 18th C English Japanned Tall Case Clock, the face signed John Monk London, with a silent/strike adjustment dial and a day of the month dial, the case having gilt japanning over dark green or black, a shaped crest with ball and spike finials, a tombstone top to the molded edge waist door and with a molded bracket base. Some paint losses. 96" high, 19 1/2" wide, 10 1/2" deep.View additional info »
Lot 1005: S. (probably Samuel) West, 1810-1867, Philadelphia, Portrait of a Gentleman, oil on canvas, 45" high, 38" wide.
Description: S. (probably Samuel) West 1810-1867, Philadelphia Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas signed lower left S. West and dated 1860, the canvas restored and lined, original gilt frame 45" high, 38" wide.View additional info »