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Pook & Pook. October 11th & 12th 2013. Lot 749.  Estimated: $300 - $500.   Realized Price: $1126.   George III mahogany piecrust tray, ca. 1770,17 1/2" dia., together with a Queen Anne mahogany tray, 17" dia.

Pook & Pook. October 11th & 12th 2013. Lot 749. Estimated: $300 - $500. Realized Price: $1126. George III mahogany piecrust tray, ca. 1770,17 1/2" dia., together with a Queen Anne mahogany tray, 17" dia.

Willis Henry Auctions. March 29, 2014. Lot 201: 18th c. Tea Tray.   Estimate: $300 – $500.  SOLD: $708 (includes Buyer’s Premium).    Fine carved Chippendale tea tray, mahogany, molded and scalloped edging with scrolled handles at either end, overall good condition with minor blemishes, 23″ l, 17″ d, (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

Willis Henry Auctions. March 29, 2014. Lot 201: 18th c. Tea Tray. Estimate: $300 – $500. SOLD: $708 (includes Buyer’s Premium). Fine carved Chippendale tea tray, mahogany, molded and scalloped edging with scrolled handles at either end, overall good condition with minor blemishes, 23″ l, 17″ d, (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

Pook & Pook.  September 28th & 29th 2007. Lot 422.  Estimated: $800 - $1200. Realized Price: $2340. Chippendale mahogany piecrust tray, late 18th c., 16 1/2" dia.

Pook & Pook. September 28th & 29th 2007. Lot 422. Estimated: $800 - $1200. Realized Price: $2340. Chippendale mahogany piecrust tray, late 18th c., 16 1/2" dia.

ADA Online Show 6/8/16.   Bellows"   Description American, probably New England, ca. 1830-1850. Superb stencil and paint decoration depicting cornucopia. Condition: Fine condition, leather restored.   Dealer	Jeffrey Tillou Antiques Date:	ca. 1830-1850 Origin	 Artist/Maker	 Measurements	18 1/4"hx 8 1/4"w x 2 1/2"d Price	$1,850.

ADA Online Show 6/8/16. Bellows" Description American, probably New England, ca. 1830-1850. Superb stencil and paint decoration depicting cornucopia. Condition: Fine condition, leather restored. Dealer Jeffrey Tillou Antiques Date: ca. 1830-1850 Origin Artist/Maker Measurements 18 1/4"hx 8 1/4"w x 2 1/2"d Price $1,850.

Conestoga Auctions -  Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session II  May 16, 2015.  Lot 547.     Estimate:	$50 – $100.  Sold: $424.    Description:  Pig Form Cutting Board with Hanging Hole In Tail. 9-1/4"h. x 16-1/4"l. Condition: Good with use wear.

Conestoga Auctions - Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session II May 16, 2015. Lot 547. Estimate: $50 – $100. Sold: $424. Description: Pig Form Cutting Board with Hanging Hole In Tail. 9-1/4"h. x 16-1/4"l. Condition: Good with use wear.

Willis Henry Shaker Auction 9/10/16 Lot 119. Estimate: $500 - 800. Realized: $1,920.  Desc:  Rare Seed Grinder, Maple, original light ochre stained finish with patina, exceptional turned handle with interior grooved grinding ball, 2-piece footed bulbous base threaded to accept the mechanical top section, c. 1850, (note: an ingenious Shaker constructed grinder, possibly used for peppercorns, nutmeg, etc.; the shaped & turned handle is true Shaker master work), 3 3/4″ h, 2 1/4″ dia.

Willis Henry Shaker Auction 9/10/16 Lot 119. Estimate: $500 - 800. Realized: $1,920. Desc: Rare Seed Grinder, Maple, original light ochre stained finish with patina, exceptional turned handle with interior grooved grinding ball, 2-piece footed bulbous base threaded to accept the mechanical top section, c. 1850, (note: an ingenious Shaker constructed grinder, possibly used for peppercorns, nutmeg, etc.; the shaped & turned handle is true Shaker master work), 3 3/4″ h, 2 1/4″ dia.

Skinner's Shaker Auction 2898M. June 4, 2016. Lot: 234.  Estimate: $300-500.  Realized: $677.  Description:  Shaker Bird's-eye Maple Scoop, Enfield, New Hampshire, 19th century, the rectangular bowl arched at the top with straight handle and hooked terminal, lg. 12 in.

Skinner's Shaker Auction 2898M. June 4, 2016. Lot: 234. Estimate: $300-500. Realized: $677. Description: Shaker Bird's-eye Maple Scoop, Enfield, New Hampshire, 19th century, the rectangular bowl arched at the top with straight handle and hooked terminal, lg. 12 in.

Skinner's - The Personal Collection of Lewis Scranton, Auction 2897M. May 21, 2016. Lot: 124.  Estimate: $200-250.  Realized: $425.   Description:  Small Treen Plate, America, dia. 6 1/2 in.   Provenance: Acquired from a 1698 home in North Branford, Connecticut, 1986.

Skinner's - The Personal Collection of Lewis Scranton, Auction 2897M. May 21, 2016. Lot: 124. Estimate: $200-250. Realized: $425. Description: Small Treen Plate, America, dia. 6 1/2 in. Provenance: Acquired from a 1698 home in North Branford, Connecticut, 1986.

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