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Published by Colin Savage, 2020-04-25 04:43:20

MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST

Maine Antique Digest - January 2020

Table of Contents... p. 37 Shows & Auctions... p. 38 Index of Advertisers... p. 36

The Marketplace
for Americana

January 2020
VOLUME XLVIII • No. 1

THE ART, DESIGN & ANTIQUES SHOW at Wallace Hall • JANUARY 24-26 • See pp. 30-33

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© 2019 Maine Antique Digest Los Angeles, California WILLISHENRYAUCTIONS.COM
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Peter H. eaton

american furniture

Each of these pieces was sold in 2019
after first being seen on the website.
Hope you'll visit the site in 2020!

SHOP OPEN BY CHANCE OR 8 FEDERAL ST.
APPOINTMENT ALL WINTER WISCASSET, ME 04578
[email protected]
8 Federal Street
Wiscasset, Maine (207) 687-8512

WEBSITE OPEN ALL THE TIME

www.petereaton.com

2 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

KELLY KINZLE

An Important
Architectural Corner

Cupboard from
Frederick, Maryland

The decoration of this cupboard
consists of relief and incised
carving, inlay, shaped shelves
and a scalloped interior.

An outstanding and rare example
of the craftsmanship of this region.

Circa 1790, walnut, height: 91”.

See Us at the Winter Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York
January 24-February 2, 2020

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We are always interested in purchasing.

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 3

McClard Segotta
Antiques

formerly Peggy McClard Antiques
Folk Art & Americana

Shows, Appointments & On the Internet
Weare, New Hampshire
(713) 880-2572

[email protected]

New Name But Same Great Service
and Always Great Folk Art &

Americana at PeggyMcClard.com

The nation’s LARGEST Selection
of fine Colonial & Classical furniture

THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION IN ONE VOLUME.

H: 37 1/4 in. For more details, OVER 650 EXAMPLES OF FINE AMERICAN FURNITURE
see item sw01307
L: 66 1/2 in. FROM THE
on our website
D: 25 in. or page 9 STANLEY WEISS COLLECTION,
4 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 COLLECTOR / DEALER - COLONIAL / CLASSICAL
in our catalog.

Not since Sack’s 1957 ten-volume compendium has a collection
of early American furniture of this scope been published.

Order online at STANLEYWEISS.COM/BOOK Also
or call (401) 272-3200 Available on

Stoneware Jug, New England or New York, ca. 1830-1850. Depicting Prancing Horse Weathervane, Probably J. Howard & Co.,
a bird on a branch, having cobalt glaze. Condition: Great condition. Bridgewater, Mass., ca. 1855-1865. Full-body copper, cast zinc head.
13 ½” h., 8 ½” dia. (base). Condition: Great condition, exceptional surface. 23” h., 30 ½” w., 5” d.

American School, Attrib. to John Hilling (1822-1894), Unsigned, The African-American Race Track Hitching Post, Attrib. to Mott Iron
Old South Church, Bath, Maine, ca. 1854. 19 ¼” x 24” (framed). Oil Works, N. Y., ca. 1875-1890. Cast iron, polychrome paint. Condition:
on canvas. Condition: Excellent, early lining on original stretcher. Great condition, untouched surface. 25 ½” h., 13 ½” w., 21 ½” d.

www.tillouantiques.com . 39 West Street, Box 1609 Litchfield, CT 06759 . 860-567-9693 . [email protected]
Hours: Monday and Wednesday through Saturday: 10:30am - 5:00pm, Sunday: 11:00am - 4:30pm

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 5

Clive Devenish Antiques Betsey Telford-Goodwin’s
Rocky Mountain Quilts
P.O. Box 6720
Incline Village, Nevada 89450

(510) 414-4545
www.clivedevenishantiques.com
[email protected]

Magazine Mint Condition Amish Star of Bethlehem Quilt
Rack c.1928, 90" x 91", Lancaster County, PA, $2,900

Centennial Winter hours: Friday, Saturday & Monday 10-4 or by appointment.
Exhibition,
Dated 1876 Sales • Restoration • Quilt Washing • Appraisals
35½" high
www.rockymountainquilts.com
Established 1976 Email: [email protected] • 207-363-6800

- EARLY AMERICANA - 130 York Street, York, ME 03909
RICHARD S. AXTELL

Rush Light/Candle Holder - This stunning c. 1820 New England embroidery was worked  by nine year old
a table model candle holder and rush Harriet Moulton. Harriet depicted herself and her mother standing by the
light holder with attached brass saucer monuments to her brothers. The inscriptions read: Henry Augustus Moulton
base and large drip cup (6" diameter). died on the 4th of April, 1799 at aged 7 months and 11 days and Josiah
Moulton Jun. died on the 8th of November, 1806 at aged 1 year and 7 months.
It is attached to a square oak base.
ca. 1720. www.AntiqueSamplers.com

Candle Drying Rack - a rare wood and 40 FERRY ROAD ◆ OLD SAYBROOK, CONNECTICUT 06475
wire candle dipping and drying rack or Tel 860.388.6809 ◆ [email protected]
frame. Made of pine with mortise and
tenon construction. Capacity to make
30 candles at a time. 12" x 24".  ca. 1810. 
Please check our website for other items — www.therookerybookery.com

1 River St., Deposit, NY 13754
Now open: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday - 10:00 to 4:00
607-467-2553 • 607-467-4444 • e-mail: [email protected]

• FOLK ART • BASKETS • STONEWARE • HEARTH ACCESSORIES • AMERICAN •
• COUNTRY FURNITURE • TREENWARE • REDWARE • EARLY LIGHTING •

6 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

American Antiques & Art

We have available and wish to purchase American Primitive Paintings, Furniture, Textiles,
Folk Art, Bakelite Jewelry and Accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries.
1214 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Tel: 847.433.2213
Cell: 847.922.5141
[email protected]

Maine At Its Very Best

An Exuberantly Painted and Decorated Maine Box

Attributed to Salmon Brewster (1802-1887), Curtis Corner, Leeds, Maine.
White pine and basswood with square nailed construction, circa 1830.
This very graphic box simulates in painted decoration a paneled trunk

with nine panels on each face outlined in black and red on a yellow background,
complete with a faux painted bail handle on the lid.

A true masterwork from Maine in untouched original condition.
24 in. wide, 9¼ in. high, and 11½ in deep.

Warmest Wishes for a Wonderful and Peaceful Holiday

See color photos on the Internet at www.maineantiquedigest.com

In the upper left corner of M.A.D.’s home page, click on “View all advertisers.”
To open my site, type in “Pollack” and click or scroll down the images to Frank & Barbara Pollack and click.

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 7

Antique Associates WWW.AAAWT.COM Expert Brokers of Antiques, Art
At West Townsend, Inc. and Antique Arms Since 1983

Painting, Rural Winter Landscape, Maine Scene,
Sarah Jane Prentiss (1823-1877)

Abraham Lincoln, ADS with 4 autographs Spoon Rack Above Cutlery
Case: A. Lincoln, Caleb Davis vs Solomon Wilson or Candle Box,
Original Surface History
A Rare and Exceptional Offering America, Likely New England
Previously unpublished legal brief authored by Lincoln,

610 words in his hand.
Lincoln writes as

"A Commissioner for the Circuit Court of Champaign County, Illinois”
Filed May 26, 1853

Washington Before Boston Medal, Antique Tall Clock,
Original Die, Early Strike, Circa 1789 Silas Parsons,

Beautiful chocolate brown, certified Swanzey, NH, Circa 1805
The Washington Before Boston Medal is considered one Silas Parsons (1773-1859)
of the greatest and most important Colonial medals ever struck
Cherry, white pine
…In rarity…the Holy Grail!
We Have Very Active Customers

Something To Sell? We’ll Do Everything

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David Hillier [email protected] 978-597-8084

Volunteer Fire Department Painting,
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper, Cleveland Ohio Circa 1850’s – 60’s

Basin Stand

Attr. to John Seymour,

Portland, ME,

WWW.AAAWT.COMCirca1784-1793
Chippendale Four-Drawer Chest Original Paint,
Batchelder Family by Descendant, South Hampton or Coastal, NH, circa 1780

473 Main Street P.O. Box 129W West Townsend, Massachusetts 01474
(978) 597-8084 E-mail: [email protected] Open 7 days 10 am - 5 pm Visit www.aaawt.com for more!

8 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

Antique Associates WWW.AAAWT.COM Expert Brokers of Antiques, Art
At West Townsend, Inc. and Antique Arms Since 1983

Chandelier, 20 Candle Sockets, Henry Walton, Watercolor Portrait of Cornelius Post,
Two Tier, Original Red Painted Surface aged 51, Man Seated, New York,Watercolor on paper
Unknown Maker,
Circa 1780

A wonderful rarity
in best surface…
rarely, if ever,
presented on today's market

Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall
Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 at Upper Right

Genuine Period Handel
Underwater Lamp with Mermaid Base

Rare and stunning!
The shade is signed and numbered “Handel 6807”

Genuine Period Handel
Reverse Painted Marine Scene Table Lamp
Shade is signed on the interior rim “Handel 7034”

Vintage Portrait, Agreeable Black Gentleman Vintage Portrait, Stunning Black Woman Antique Basin Stand,
by African American Georgia Artist, Signed: Spencer by African American Georgia Artist, Fine Paint Decorated Washstand,
Signed: Spencer
Oil on sheet iron Maine, Circa 1820-1840
The Provocative Image Compels Emotional Participation

Portraits Painted on Board,
Husband and Wife
American School,

Anonymous, Circa 1830s

Beehive Turned Bowl,
Treen Mixing Bowl,
Original Blue Paint, Dry Patina
New England, 18th Century

Cupboard, Corner, Paint Decorated,
Glazed Door, Molded Cornice,
Paneled Doors Bedford County,
Pennsylvania, circa 1815-1820
Tall Chest, Six Drawer Chest in Original Red Paint,

WWW.AAAWT.COMDry Patina, New Hampshire, Circa 1800
Painted Blanket Chest on Tall Ogee Cutout Feet,
Original Red Paint

New England, Circa 1800-1825

473 Main Street P.O. Box 129W West Townsend, Massachusetts 01474
(978) 597-8084 E-mail: [email protected] Open 7 days 10 am - 5 pm Visit www.aaawt.com for more!

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 9

Happy New Year
from
Thos. Bartlett

Antiques & Oddments

With great thanks
to our dealers and customers

ThosBartlettAntiquesandOddments.com

114 Dover Road, Chichester Commons, Chichester, NH 03258
603-798-3116 ~  ~ 7 days/week 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Enjoy the
gifts of
the season.

The Ken Fee Collection Ken & Earl Fee

of Antique Western Bitters Bottles

American Bottle Auctions is having a two-part auction of the Ken Fee Collection.

Part 1: November 29th – December 8th. | Part 2: January 24th 2020 – February 2, 2020.

After 50 years of collecting antique bottles, ABA is proud to announce the sale of the up-to-now, mostly unknown
Ken Fee Collection. Recently acquired from a Salt Lake City relative, Ken’s incredible insight into the world of bottle
collecting so many years ago, brings us to this auction and the amazing selection that the late Ken Fee put together
over the last 50 years. Never has our auction had the diversity of the grouping of Bitters and other bottles Ken
Fee put together during the 1960’s and on. Even more incredible, It’s our pleasure to offer at auction, the only blue
Cassin’s Grape Brandy Bitters ever seen and considered today, one of the the finest and truly legendary additions
to even the most advanced bottle collections known.

1-800-806-7722

915 28th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816

Visit our website at americanbottle.com
or email us at [email protected]

Over 25 years in business!

10 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

eatherwood

ALntiques~

www.leatherwoodantiques.com
508-420-1433

SCiazrev:ed9½&"pHaixnt2e0d"fLo.lkTsoy seeaeglmeorreeliepficwtuitrhesg,repaletassuervfaisciteo. Aurmweeribcsainte, 19th Century. Stern yet elegant country lady
& Painted Objects under ~ Folk Art with a goose in basket on one
hand & a reluctant child on the
other. Great pearlware figure
that tells a story. English c.
1820. Size: 9¾" H. To see

more pictures, please
visit our website un-
der ~ Antique Pottery
(Inc Creamware
& Pearlware)

Signed cast iron solid Finely carved
honey-colored walnut
cat doorstop by Judd fox trinket / jewelry

& Co. with some of its box. Swiss, Late 19th
Century. Size: 8" H x
original blue/green paint. 11½" L x 3½" D. Late

American, 19th Century. 19th Century. To see
Size: 5⅝" H x 2½" W x 2½" more pictures, please visit
D. To see more pictures, our website under ~ Black
Forest: Owls, Foxes, Etc.
please visit our website
Rare icosahedron shaped tea caddy. Carved
under ~ Canes & & painted surface simulating leather. English,
Early 19th Century. Size: 4½" H x 6" D. To see
Doorstops more pictures, please visit our website under ~
Boxes (Inc. Snuff & Tobacco)

Small hollow Goose head pointer on this banner tin & iron
pink pearlware weathervane. American, Early 1900’s. Size: 31"
clinched hand H x 37" L. To see more pictures, please visit our
holding a floral bouquet. website under ~ Vanes,
Possibly a snuff box without
the lid or stirrup cup. English Gigs, & Signs
c. 1830, Size: 3” D. To see
more pictures, please visit Painted Bisque sitting
our website under ~ greyhound on a blue &
Antique Pottery (Inc yellow base. German c.
Creamware & 1880. Size: 6" H x 3¼"
Pearlware) L x 2½" D. To see more
pictures, please visit our
Miniature website under ~ Stone-
canary yellow ware, Terracotta &
sauce boat Majolica
adorned inside
with a flower. Stately VB
English c. 1830. Hound with
Size:1½" H x 3¼" raised tail. c.
L x 1½" D. To see 1900. Size: 3½" H x
more pictures, please 4½" L. To see more
visit our website under pictures, please visit our
~ Antique Pottery (Inc website under ~ Vienna
Creamware & Pearlware) Bronzes: Sculptures

Very rare & whimsical Raiding the Cabbage Patch ~ miniature Staffordshire
fantasy cold-painted VB ink- porcelain rabbit group. English c. 1840. Size: 1" H x 2½"
well. The elf home - an elf L x 2½" D. To see more pictures, please visit our website
under ~ Antique Pottery (Inc Creamware & Pearlware)
sitting in front of a mush-
room / toadstool (his Sweet little
home) while there is canary
a grasshopper on the yellow
roof eyeing him. All pottery
in original old paint. faux
Austria c. 1900. basket
Size: 3" H x with a
3½" D. divider & han-
dle. English
To see more pictures, please c. 1820. Size:
visit our website under ~ 3½" H x 4" L x
Vienna Bronzes: Whimsical
2½" D. To see more
pictures, please visit our
website under ~ Antique Pot-
tery (Inc Creamware & Pearlware)

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 11

AmericAnA & internAtionAl Auction

Live SaLeSroom auction on Friday, January 17th, 2020 at 6pm and Saturday, January 18th, 2020 at 9am

Attributed to Lamqua Johann Conrad Gilbert (Southeastern Oil on canvas of Washington, 19th c., in
(Chinese active early/mid 19th c.)
Pennsylvania late 18th/early 19th c.) the manner of John Krimmel

Joan Miro Laurence Campbell China Trade oil on canvas view of the
(Spain/France 1893-1983) (American b. 1939) Hongs at Canton, ca. 1840

Massachusetts Queen Anne Berks County, Pennsylvania painted Luther Goddard, Shrewsbury,
walnut highchest, ca. 1765 poplar two-part Dutch cupboard, ca. 1830 Massachusetts tall case clock

12 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 www.pookandpook.com

Massachusetts Chippendale mahogany New York Federal mahogany triple
serpentine front chest of drawers, ca. 1770 pedestal dining table, ca. 1810

Collection of antique glass Collection of over 100 lots of historical Staffordshire

Peter Brubacker (Lancaster County China Trade oil on canvas view of Georg Jensen sterling silver
1816-1898) carved and painted horses Whampoa Anchorage, ca. 1840 blossom pattern tea service

Pook & Pook is currently
accepting consignments for:

online only DecorAtive Arts

monday, January 20, 2020

d, Shrewsbury, online only coins & Jewelry Auctioneers and Appraisers
tall case clock
wedneSday, march 18, 2020 463 eaSt LancaSter avenue
downingtown, pennSyLvania 19335
AmericAnA & internAtionAl
p: (610) 269-4040
Saturday, apriL 18, 2020 F: (610) 269-9274
[email protected]
FireArms, militAriA & sporting www.pookandpook.com
onLine bidding at www.bidSquare.com
Friday, may 15, 2020
We offer competitive referral fees for new clients.
Antique toys
AY000004L
Friday, June 12, 2020

Find uS on Facebook, inStagram, twitter, Linkedin, pintereSt, houzz, & youtube!

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 13

THOMAS COLE BATH
ANTIQUE
A DISCOVERY SALE

S U N DAY S • 1 0 : 0 0 A M - 2 : 0 0 P M

Fifty dealers of quality antiques and collectibles

December 8 • January 12
March 15 • April 19

Bath Middle School • 6 Old Brunswick Road, Bath, Maine (Exit US 1 at Congress Avenue, follow
yellow signs). Admission $5.00, $4.00 with this ad, one per person, please. Catered lunch, free admission
to those 25 years old or younger. Show promotion by Paul Fuller.

207 832-7798 • www.BathAntiquesShows.com • [email protected]

Monday, October 14, 2019 Lighthouse Promotions

11 A.M. - 4 P.M. New Year’s Day

THE OSPREY AND THE FISHERMAN Antiques Show & Sale
A PHILOSOPHICAL STATEMENT
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
“Cole’s humans inhabit the American world on a basis of
equality with all living things – trees, flowers, horses, deer– 11 A.M. - 4 P.M.
not masters of nature but one facet of her.”
–James Thomas Flexner Venus de Milo Restaurant
Route 6 ~ Swansea, Mass.
OIL ON CANVAS (LINED) 25 X 30 INCHES IN A PERIOD
FRAME  SIGNED ON THE ROCK IN THE STREAM: T.C. Upcoming Shows Early Buyer’s preview
DETAILED ANALYSIS OF AUTHENTICITY−A DOSSIER AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 10 A.M. $10.00 each
JOHN BROWN, P.O. BOX 366, PT. PLEASANT, PA 18950  215-262-5073 (NO TEXTING) Memorial Day -
Monday, May 25, 2020 Admission 11 A.M. $6.00 each
With this ad, admit 2 at $5.00 each
Columbus Day -
Monday, October 12, 2020

Buy what you really
wanted for Christmas

Find it here!

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resources for antiques”

122,000 sq.ft., Over 700 dealers

Conveniently located at Interstate 70 & US 40

4785 E. National Rd., Springfield, OH 45505 | (937) 324-2188 | www.heartofohioantiques.com | Open Daily 9:30am - 6:00pm

14 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

BUYING & SELLING FINE AMERICAN ART

conservAtion AmericAn PAintings
services
WAnted
Fine Art & Frame Restoration
HIGHEST PRICES PAID

Conservation services include cleaning and beva Available at the Gallery: John Folinsbee, Cows, Oil on Canvas, 16" x 20"
linings, paintings and murals, frame and object
conservation, architectural gilding for museums, Abstract • Ashcan School • Brandywine School
California Impressionists • Cape Ann • Florida Scenes
historical societies and private collectors.
Gold Leaf Specialists. Call for Free Estimate Hudson River Valley • Genre Scenes • Modernists
New England Painters • Newport, Rhode Island
Painters • Pennsylvania Impressionists
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia Ten
Revolutionary War Scenes • Western

Available at the Gallery: George Sotter, Sotter’s Barn, Oil on Canvas, 22" x 26"

5230 Silo Hill Road, Doylestown, PA 18902 / 215.348.2500 / www.gratzgallery.com
Hours: Wednesday through Saturday 10 - 6, Sunday 12 - 6, and by appointment

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 15

MANKO GregFrenchEarlyPhotography.com

Antiques & Folk Art FEATURING
207.646.2595 GALLERY 21

This is just about your last chance to get a good deal before it’s a rotating inventory
3 degrees with a wind chill of minus 20 degrees and 4 feet of blowing snow. of fine 19th-century

Rumor has it that Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were probably photographs
looking for Manko Antiques, but decided to go to Mt. Everest on their way
to Maine. We are only 1 minute off Route 1, half-way between Ogunquit & If you prefer Ebay,
Wells. Your visit to Maine wouldn’t be complete without stopping to see us. please look up
seller name
Ken, Ida & Kate Manko, proprietors “Genest”
www.mankoamericanfolkart.com
Ambrotype of James Mongin Smith
and his Nurse

To our friends and clients x
All of us at Heckler Auction wish you
peace and happiness this Holiday Season

and throughout the New Year.

Heckler 79 Bradford Corner Road, Woodstock Valley, CT
(860) 974-1634 | www.hecklerauction.com

16 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

AUCTIONEERS E XPERTS IN 3 0 SPECIALT Y COLLECTING
& APPRAISERS
A RE AS . Offering auction and appraisal services.
AUCTIONEERS Consignments invited. Boston 617.350.5400
& APPRAISERS Marlborough 508.970.3000

January

Jewelry & Silver online

January 15-22

Discovery - Interiors online

January 15-23

American & European Works of Art

Prints & Photographs: January 23, 6PM | Boston
Paintings & Sculpture: January 24, 10AM | Boston

February

Fine Wines & Rare Spirits online

February 4-13

European Furniture & Decorative Arts

February 14, 10AM | Boston

Coins & Currency online

February 12-19

Discovery - Interiors online

February 12-20

For buyers, consignors, and the passionately curious

FIND WORTH AT SKINNERINC.COM

Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 17

Auction January 16, 2020

Jacob Otto

Portrait of Nathaniel Henchman Portrait of Charles Carroll
by John Smibert (1688-1751) by John Wollaston (1765-1770)

Composite Maximilian Suit of Armor Queen Anne John Wood Peter Stretch

The Susquehanna Collection is an impressive assortment of furniture, decorative and fine arts, Kentucky long rifles, powder horns and accoutrements that have been

thoughtfully acquired over the course of over forty years. This early Collection celebrates the talented artisans of the region of the Susquehanna River and adjacent
communities of the 18th century. It was quietly assembled with a passion for illustrating the broad sweep of craftsmanship evident in the area and includes both furniture
of the highest quality and superbly made everyday objects.

J. P. Beck Pair of American Revolutionary War Pair of Silver Mounted
Flintlock Pistols, R. Roberts 1775 American Officer’s Pistols, Swietzer

J. Welshans J. Kuntz J. Ferree

New York Powder Horn of Johann Steffahn Schreibber Havana Map Powder Horn Dated July 7th, 1763 New York Powder Horn of Frietrich Leppert

2000 N. READING ROAD | DENVER, PA 17517
877-968-8880 | [email protected]

M OR P H YAU C T ION S . C OM

18 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

A Benefit for
East Side House

5,000 Years of Art,
Antiques & Design

January 24–
February 2
2020

Opening Night Party
January 23

Park Avenue Armory
New York City

thewintershow.org

2020 Loan Exhibition Petrus Antonius de Paulinus Loan Exhibition Lead
Unrivaled: The Hispanic George II Mahogany Side Table with Sponsor Sponsor
Society Museum & Library Scagolia Marble Insert
Courtesy of Ronald Phillips Ltd Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 19

IN White & White Antiques
CONJUNCTION 18 East Genesee Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152
315-685-7733 • [email protected]
WITH www.whiteandwhiteantiques.com

THE WINTER SALE 2020

FEBRUARY 15 | CHARLESTON MARRIOTT | CHARLESTON, SC

The Dog Days of Winter

Parrot “1667” Cast-iron Fireback
241/2" x 17" - Similar to one in Bucks County Historical Society.

See -  The Bible In Iron - Henry Mercer #380.

Christopher H. Jones
3AMERICAN ANTIQUES, FOLK & FINE ART
Alexandria, Virginia 22314 [email protected]
703.622.9978 www.christopherHjones.com

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VIEW AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS AT COPLEYPREVIEW.COM England, probably Coalport
Circa 1800-1810
COPLEY FINE ART AUCTIONS, LLC | [email protected] | 617.536.0030
20 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 Porcelain with polychrome decoration and gilt
Height 11”

A superb pair of Coalport coolers with a bright, apple-green ground and
banded decoration of poppies, cornflowers and foliage within gilt lines.
From the Collection of Marienburg Castle, the seat of the Royal House of Hanover,
which included the possessions of the Hanover Kings of England.  These  coolers likely
belonged to  Ernst Augustus, King of Hanover and Duke of Cumberland (1771-1851),
who lived in England until he succeeded to the Hanover throne in 1837.

Always interested in purchasing southern furniture and decorative arts.

FFEEAATTUURREE

Exhibitions American Country Life. May Morning, Gerhard Friendship quilt, cotton, circa 1850, made
1855, hand-colored lithograph published Emmoser by “the Ladies of Hartford.”
Leila Jeffreys, Candle, 2019, photographic by Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888), after (German,
print on fiber-based cotton rag, 44" x 35". Frances Flora Bond Palmer (1812-1876). active 1556- —Through May 16
—Through January 19 Gift of Lenore B. and Sidney A. Alpert, 84), celestial —Hartford, Connecticut
—New York City supplemented with Museum Acquisition globe with
Funds, 2004. clockwork, The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS)
Olsen Gruin is hosting High Society, —Through February 9 1579, partially shines a light on quilts and quilt-making in
an exhibition of the photographic works —Springfield, Massachusetts gilded silver Pieces of American History: Connecticut
of Leah Jeffreys. The Australian artist and gilded Quilts, featuring 37 quilts from the CHS’s
worked with over 300 budgerigars in Fanny Palmer: The Artist Behind brass case, collection, from the mid-1700s to 1976.
a studio. According to the gallery, her Currier & Ives’Greatest Prints is currently brass and steel The quilts illustrate the history, culture,
images capture “a beautiful society of on view at the D’Amour Museum of Fine movement, and craft of quilt-making in Connecticut.
birds through still photography and three- Arts, one of the museums of Springfield 10¾" × 8" × and reflect regional differences across the
panel video art [and] a vivid sense of Museums. Although her designs adorned 7½" overall, state, historical changes in technology,
personality in her feathered subjects. Each the walls of homes and businesses across globe 5½" industry, and culture, and the influence of
work forges an emotional and sympathetic the United States in the 19th century, the diameter. major events such as the Civil War and the
bond with the audience as Leila Jeffreys name Frances “Fanny” Flora Bond Palmer Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917, The Industrial Revolution.
establishes parallels between the ‘flock’ remains largely unknown. While working Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
and our human concept of ‘community’; behind the scenes for the American —Through March 1 The CHS is located at One Elizabeth
a commentary on our need to preserve lithography firm Currier & Ives, Palmer —New York City Street in Hartford. Hours are Tuesday
wildlife societies and their homes.” designed over 200 prints that described through Thursday, noon to 5 p.m., and
American life and captured the nation’s The Metropolitan Museum of Art Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Olsen Gruin is located at 30 Orchard imagination. Palmer was the only woman presents Making Marvels: Science Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for
Street in New York City. Hours are on staff employed to design illustrations and Splendor at the Courts of Europe. seniors, $8 for students (with valid college
Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 that would be transferred to lithographic Between 1550 and 1750, nearly every ID) and youths (six-17), and free for CHS
p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For stone. For over two decades, Palmer royal family in Europe assembled vast members and for children five and under.
more information, call (646) 525-6213 or contributed to Currier & Ives’ artistic collections of exquisite and entertaining Admission is free the first Saturday of the
visit (www.olsengruin.com). and financial success with her skillfully objects. Lavish public spending and the month. For more information, call (860)
rendered compositions while providing display of precious metals were important 236-5621 or visit (www.chs.org).
Mikki Ferrill (b. 1937), untitled, circa 1970. for her family, an unusual position for a expressions of power, and possessing
—Through January 31 woman of her time. artistic and technological innovations Jacob Lawrence
—New York City conveyed status. This exhibition explores (1917-2000),
Springfield Museums are located at the complex ways in which the objects Thousands
Keith de Lellis Gallery presents an 21 Edwards Street in Springfield. Hours collected and displayed by early modern of American
exhibition of 14 women photographers, are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. monarchs expressed these rulers’ ability to citizens have been
represented by four photographs each in to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. govern. A catalog is available. torn from their
4 x 14. Spanning nearly a century, these Admission is $25 for adults, $16.50 for country and from
photographs capture cityscapes, cultures seniors and college students, $13 for The Met is located at 1000 Fifth Avenue everything dear to
and customs, fashion models, family life, youths three to 17, and free for children in New York City. Hours are Sunday them: they have
and more. This exhibition features the under three, for Springfield residents, through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., been dragged on
works of Margaret Bourke-White, Charlotte and for members. For more information, and Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. board ships of war
Brooks, Esther Bubley, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, call (413) 263-6800 or visit (www. Admission for all out-of-state-visitors is of a foreign nation.
Jeanne Ebstel, Mikki Ferrill, Toni Frissell, springfieldmuseums.org). $25 for adults, $17 for seniors, and $12 Madison, 1 June
Antoinette B. Hervey, Gertrude Käsebier, for students. Admission is free to children 1812, 1956, egg
Mesdames Morter (Dorothy Gladys Morter Clifford Ross (b. 1952), Hurricane LI, 2009, under 12 and to members. Admission for tempera on hardboard. Collection of Harvey
and Reta May Morter), Janine Niépce, archival pigment print. residents of New York state and students and Harvey-Ann Ross. © The Jacob and
Doris Ulmann, and Sabine Weiss. —March 1 from New Jersey and Connecticut is pay as Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation,
—Boca Raton, Florida you wish. For more information, call (212) Seattle/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New
Keith de Lellis Gallery is located at 41 535-7710 or visit (www.metmuseum.org). York. Photograph by Stephen Petegorsky.
East 57th Street, Suite 703, in New York The Boca Raton Museum of Art presents
City. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, two concurrent exhibitions that highlight Edward Troye (1808-1874), Kentucky, 1866, —January 18 through April 26
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, environmental awareness and the power oil on canvas. Private collection. —Salem, Massachusetts
call (212) 327-1482 or visit (www. of nature. Clifford Ross: Waves features —Through March 1
keithdelellisgallery.com). photographs of monumental ocean waves —Louisville, Kentucky The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM)
that the artist captures during extreme will debut Jacob Lawrence: The American
weather. Maren Hassinger: Tree of Speed Art Museum presents the Struggle, the first museum exhibition to
Knowledge involved a residency with the first exhibition to examine Kentucky’s feature the series of paintings “Struggle:
sculptor and performance artist, who worked relationship to the horse through art. From the History of the American People,”
with the public to create an installation. Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse, 1954-56, by Lawrence. The 30 panels in
1825-1950 features paintings, sculpture, the series depict pivotal moments in early
The Boca Raton Museum of Art is photographs, drawings, prints, and American history, with an emphasis on
located at 501 Plaza Real in Boca Raton. manuscripts to tell the story of the horse the contributions of black people, Native
Hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, in the Bluegrass State. The exhibition Americans, and women. The exhibition,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 reflects the ways that horse images have organized by PEM, will tour nationally
p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5 represented Kentucky’s identity, history, through 2021.
p.m. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for mythology, and agricultural economy.
seniors, and free for students with valid ID, PEM is located at 161 Essex Street in
for youths 17 and under, and for members. The Speed is located at 2035 South Third Salem. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday,
For more information, call (561) 392-2500 Street in Louisville. Hours are Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $20 for
or visit (www.bocamuseum.org). Thursday, and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., adults, $18 for seniors, $12 for students, and
Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, noon free for youths 16 and under, members, and
to 5 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 Salem residents. For more information, call
for seniors, students, military personnel, 1-866-745-1876 or visit (www.pem.org).
and youths four to 17, and free for members,
children three and under, University of Maine Antique Digest includes, as space permits, brief
Louisville students, faculty, and staff, and announcements of exhibitions planned by galleries,
students from select area schools. For more museums, or other venues. We need all press materials
information, call (502) 634-2700 or visit at least six weeks in advance of opening. We need to
(www.speedmuseum.org). know the hours and dates of the exhibit, admission
charges, and phone number and website for further
information. All listings must include an image. Send to
<[email protected]> or
Exhibitions, M.A.D., PO Box 1429, Waldoboro,
ME 04572.

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Maria & Peter ANTIQUES

WARREN

Still life with Anemones, Edward Chalmers For 36 years Maria and Peter Warren Antiques has specialized in 18th and 19th A rare
Leavitt (1842-1904), oil on canvas, signed century English Ceramics, Chinese Export, Delft, and Paintings from English
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An English solid agate Staffordshire tea pot
on three mask and paw feet with a dog of Foo
Knop, c. 1750.

Large English
Pearlware
Staffordshire
Medici lion,
impressed R.
Wood on back
of plinth,
c. 1760-70.

Staffordshire Prattware horse, c. 1790-1820.

A very early Minton c. 1865 15” H. Renaissance style ewer, the A pair of English Staffordshire black and white
sides and pedestal foot also with scalloped shell molding, a Disraeli Greyhounds, c. 1860-70.
mermaid under the spout, a boy under the raised scroll handle,
the neck molded with fish scales, all richly colored on a dark blue A wonderful
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art director and highly regarded 19th c. sculptor. This piece was Fitzhugh vase,
on the cover of the Smithsonian Magazine during their exhibit of c. 1810.
Majolica.

A rare pair of English Staffordshire gorillas, c. 1860. Exhibiting at:

John Heyl Raser was born in Mobile, Alabama, in 1824. He came to Reading, The Washington Winter Show,
Pennsylvania, in 1851 and by 1871 was producing portraits, landscapes, and January 10-12, in Washington, DC
still life paintings. Like most artists of the day, Raser visited Europe in 1871
and sketched the beautiful foreign countryside. He then opened a studio in at the Katzen Center
Philadelphia in 1884, and continued painting until his death in 1901. He at American University.
was a member of the Art Exhibition Gallery and the Philadelphia Art Club.
This beautiful landscape is titled Panoramic view of Reading, PA, most likely The New York Antique Ceramics Fair,
Neversink Mountain. January 23-26, in New York City
at the Bohemian National Hall.
A rare pair of Staffordshire Agate Cats, c. 1750.
24 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 The Philadelphia Show, April 24-26,
in Philadelphia, PA, at the Navy Yard.

The Newport Show,
July 2020, Middletown, R.I.

The Delaware Antique Show,
November 2020,

Wilmington, Delaware.

IMPORTANT AMERICAN FURNITURE, EDWARD HICKS (1780–1849)
FOLK ART AND SILVER Peaceable Kingdom, 1844–46
oil on canvas
AUCTION • January 24, 2020 24 x 31 1/4 in.
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Sold for: $43,750 | November 2019 Sold for: $23,750 | April 2019 Sold for: $225,000 | November 2019

A Pair of Mintons Partial Gilt and Enameled Louise Jopling (British, 1843-1933) 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle #311
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Isle Of Man Mahogany Dining Table With Brogue Shoe Feet,  Circa 1880

THE ART, DESIGNA fine quality, unusual extension
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  Index to Advertisers

ALL DISPLAY ADVERTISERS are listed in this index, including SHOWS and AUCTIONS.

SHOWS and AUCTIONS are also listed by date on pp. 38-39.

ABA Gallery..................................... 46 Steve Elmore Indian Art.................... 41 Kraft Auction Service........................ 81 Salt City Winter Antiques Show....... 45
Acushnet River Antiques.................. 41 Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc................ 163 W. R. Kurau, Jr.................................. 43 Kathy Schoemer................................ 42
American Bottle Auctions................. 10 Fiddler’s At the Fairgrounds........... 184 Lamb Silver....................................... 42 Skinner.............................................. 17
American Primitive/ M. Finkel & Daughter....................... 10 Leatherwood Antiques...................... 11 William A. Smith, Inc..................... 167
John Molloy Gallery....................... 153 Flying Pig Antiques........................... 43 Lebanon Antique Show................... 105 Sotheby’s.......................... 179, 180-181
AmericanIndianBasketSales.com..... 34 Fontaine’s Auction................... 170-171 Lighthouse Promotions..................... 14 Soülis Auctions............................... 166
Amoskeag Auction Company Inc... 147 Robert L. Foster.............................. 174 Main Street Antiques and Art............ 34 Southern Folk Pottery
Antique Associates at Freedom Auction Company............ 164 Manko Antiques & Folk Art.............. 16 Collectors Society........................... 172
West Townsend, Inc......................... 8-9 Freeport Antiques and McClard Segotta Antiques.................. 4 Andrew Spindler Antiques
Antiques Extravaganza of Heirlooms Showcase......................... 47 John McInnis & Design........................................... 33
North Carolina................................. 162 Greg French Early Photography....... 16 Auctioneers/Appraisers............ 148-149 [email protected] 44
AntiquesWoodbury.com.................... 34 J. Gallagher....................................... 31 Mendes Antiques............................... 43 Stair Galleries.......................... 168, 169
Arader Galleries................................ 34 Bruce Gamage Jr............................. 173 Merrill’s Auctioneers Stanton’s Auctioneers,
Art & Antiques Michigan.................. 35 The Grass Valley Old West Show... 165 & Appraisers................................... 168 Appraisers, & Realtors.................... 184
The Art, Design & Antiques Show Gratz Gallery The Mews at Brewster Antiques....... 35 Stephenson’s Auction...................... 175
at Wallace Hall............................. 30-33 & Conservation Studio...................... 15 The Miami Show................Front Cover Sturbridge Fine Arms
As Good As Old/ Lynn Grund....................................... 44 Milford Antiques Show..................... 45 Show and Sale................................. 165
Doug and Cindy Robinson................ 48 GunsightAntiques.com...................... 35 Morphy Auctions....................... 18, 162 Suzanne Sugg.................................... 43
Asheford Institute of Antiques.......... 47 Gurley Antique Shows.................... 163 Nadeau’s Auction Gallery............... 177 Sundial Farm..................................... 32
Augusta Armory Antiques Show..... 163 Heart of Ohio Antique Center........... 14 The Nashville Show........................ 178 SusquehannaFrames.com/
Axtell Antiques................................... 6 Heart of Tennessee Neal Auction...................... Back Cover David Friedman................................. 35
Bath Antique Sale.............................. 14 Antique Show.....................Front Cover New Haven Auctions................... 22-23 Team Antiques................................... 44
Blue Ridge Knives............................ 44 Heckler.............................................. 16 Nye & Co........................................ 183 Thos. Bartlett
John Brown....................................... 14 Willis Henry Auctions Inc....Front Cover The Old Barn Annex Antiques.......... 46 Antiques & Oddments....................... 10
Marcy Burns American Heritage Auctions......................... 26-27 Olde Hope......................................... 16 Jeffrey Tillou Antiques........................ 5
Indian Arts LLC................................ 32 Hess Auction Group/Conestoga...... 176 Papermania Plus Trocadero.com.. ............................... 164
Fraser Cameron Ltd.......................... 47 John C. Hill Antique Indian Art........ 46 Antique Paper Show........................ 166 Carmen D. Valentino......................... 44
Brian Carey Auctioneer................... 165 HMS-Watches by Hour Min Sec....... 34 Elinor Penna...................................... 43 Maria & Peter Warren Antiques........ 24
Case Antiques.................................. 174 Horst Auction Center...................... 176 Frank & Barbara Pollack..................... 7 WeBuyGoldandSilver.com................ 41
Central Mass Auctions Inc.............. 168 Howard Products............................... 35 Pook & Pook Inc.......................... 12-13 Harvey Weinstein Fine Antiques....... 43
Christie’s........................................... 25 HUB/Flather & Perkins, Inc.............. 41 Postscript Books.............................. 166 The Stanley Weiss Collection............. 4
Connecticut Country Antiques.......... 41 Stephen & Carol Huber....................... 6 Potter & Potter Auctions, Inc.......... 187 White & White Antiques................... 20
Copake Auction Inc........................... 77 Hudson Antique Show...................... 51 Sumpter Priddy III, Inc..................... 47 White’s Auctions............................. 129
Copley Fine Art Auctions LLC......... 20 Hudson Valley Auctioneers LLC.... 178 Raven’s Way Antiques...................... 46 Cecelia B. Williams
Cowan’s Auctions................... 164, 172 Hyde Park Country Auctions.......... 107 Red Lion Antiques............................ 47 Antiques.............................Front Cover
Dater House Antiques....................... 35 Iroquois Auctions............................ 173 Renninger’s....................................... 97 Winter Associates............................ 163
DC Big Flea Antiques Market......... 184 Jax Chemical Company.................. 182 Rhinebeck Antique Emporium.......... 45 The Winter Show.............................. 19
Clive Devenish Antiques..................... 6 Andrew Jones Auctions................... 186 Rockport Art Association Witherell’s.................................... 28-29
Doyle............................................... 185 Christopher H. Jones......................... 20 & Museum....................................... 166 York Antiques Show & Sale.............. 49
Peter H. Eaton..................................... 2 Kelly Kinzle........................................ 3 Rocky Mountain Quilts....................... 6 Lawrence J. Zinzi Antiques....... 35, 182

A Book Review Artistry & Enterprise: American Silver 1660-1790:
The Collection of Roy J. Zuckerberg
Roy J. Zuckerberg’s Silver Collection by Jeanne Sloane
Smallwood & Stewart, 2018, hardbound, 308 pages,
by Lita Solis-Cohen $75. Available from the shop at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York,
New York City.

Roy J. Zuckerberg is an ardent objects, their owners, the art and trade of Casey of Rhode Island and New Yorker curtailed imports and changed the
collector of American silver and the silversmith, regional differences, and Gerrit Onckelbag, were counterfeiters. retail business. During the war New
a great friend of the Metropolitan differences between the silver made in Engraver Henry Dawkins was imprisoned York silversmith Myer Myers fled to
Museum of Art. He underwrote the London and in America. There are some for making spurious bank notes. James Connecticut, and Elias Pelletreau of
research and publication of the Met’s unpublished marks and newly identified Smither produced counterfeit notes Long Island also spent the war years in
catalog Early American Silver in The coats of arms and monograms. for the use of British troops during the Connecticut. Silversmiths loyal to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art by Beth American Revolution. Nevertheless, after crown continued working, and both the
Carver Wees, published in 2013, the first In her introduction Sloane discusses the the revolution Dawkins engraved paper British and patriots allowed Quaker
scholarly volume on the Met’s silver role of the silversmith as banker beginning currency for the new United States mint silversmiths who would not take up arms
collection since 1920. In 2012 he gave in mid-17th-century London. At the in Philadelphia. to continue working in Philadelphia.
a 17th-century wine cup by John Hull same time in the Colonies, silversmiths
(1624-1683) and Robert Sanderson Sr. standardized the currency, providing a The high value of silver not only led Sloane suggests that the crown would
(1608-1693) to the Met. Treasures from desperately needed means of exchange in silversmiths to the field of finance; it also not allow an assay office in the Colonies
the Zuckerberg collection occupy a the growing economy. led them to become purveyors of luxury
special display case in the Met’s Roy J. goods: jewelry, snuffboxes, watches, Continued on p. 50
Zuckerberg Gallery of early American American silversmiths played a role cane handles, swords, clocks, musical
silver in the American Wing. Curator in stabilizing financial order. Without instruments, glass, textiles, and toiletries.
Beth Wees writes in the foreword to this applying to the English government, the These merchant artisans operated retail
catalog of Zuckerberg’s collection that his Massachusetts General Court established shops stocked with imported goods
objects perfectly complement and expand its own mint in 1652. The partnership along with locally made wares. They
on the Met’s holdings. He has made a of silversmiths John Hull and Robert imported from London cast cruet frames,
difference in this field. Sanderson provided coins, including the candlesticks, flat silver such as waiters
famous “Pine Tree” shilling. John Hull and salvers, and buttons and buckles.
“I’m not sure why I decided to do a was paid one shilling for every 20 he Sloane warns that the marks on silver
book on my collection of American silver, coined, and he amassed a fortune over identify the retailers, not always the
however I’m certain it wasn’t because of the 30 years the mint operated. The Hull makers. Moreover, the use of the same
demand. Today, there are probably more and Sanderson cup, circa 1660, that Roy castings of spouts and handles on work
books on early American silver than there Zuckerberg gave to the Met in 2012 is by different silversmiths suggests the
are serious collectors,” writes Zuckerberg one of just 60 pieces of silver by the mint practice of shared unknown suppliers. For
in his introduction. masters to survive and the earliest piece example, two New York braziers in the
of silver other than coins in the Met’s Zuckerberg collection have identical foot
He is a serious collector, and the book collection of American silver. castings; one is marked by Myer Myers,
by scholar Jeanne Sloane illustrates in and the other by Thomas Hammersley.
black-and-white photos 149 pieces in the The silversmiths mastered the arts of
Roy Zuckerberg collection. The book is die-sinking and engraving, skills that The Non-Importation Agreements
full of fascinating information about the qualified them for striking coins and signed in the 1760s by patriot silversmiths
printing notes. Two silversmiths, Samuel
36 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020

FOUNDERS EDITORIAL
Samuel C. Pennington (1929-2008)
Harsh Punishment for Peddling with historical documentation) or if the collection. It didn’t matter.
Sally Pennington (1931-2019) the animal part is less than 15% by
PUBLISHER This is the one that should break the volume of the antique. Run-of-the-mill He pleaded guilty, and now Rooney
camel’s back. netsuke—widely collected—are not
Maine Antique Digest, Inc. likely to be accompanied by historical is a convicted felon—facing the loss
EDITOR According to a report in the Everett documentation and are almost
Herald, Donald Rooney, a 72-year-old completely made of ivory. of freedom, a substantial amount of
S. Clayton Pennington longtime antiques dealer from Everett,
MANAGING EDITOR Washington, is going to jail for 15 days. Undercover detectives answered money, and his collection. All that for
Rooney’s Craigslist ad in 2017, agreeing
Kate Pennington Not only is Rooney going to jail, he’s to buy the three netsuke for $300. The selling antiques that were once freely
SENIOR EDITOR facing a month of house arrest with objects were then tested in a laboratory
electronic monitoring, fines totaling and found to be African elephant ivory, and legally traded, and have no bearing
Lita Solis-Cohen $14,800, and the forfeiture of a 1500- and the legal matter began.
EDITORIAL STAFF piece collection. on illegal elephant poaching in Africa.
Rooney reportedly told the judge that
Libby Miner What was Rooney’s heinous crime? he had started collecting decades ago. It Bob Ferguson, the attorney general
Celia Briggs He sold three carved ivory netsuke didn’t matter.
Julie Dunlap via Craigslist for $300, violating the of Washington, referred to Rooney as a
Washington Animal Trafficking Act, a He reportedly told the judge that he
GRAPHICS/PRODUCTION voter-approved law passed in 2015. posted the online ad after his partner had “trafficker.” To us, he sounds more like
Jim Flagg just died and that he was downsizing
The law has an exception for a dealer, unaware that the ridiculous
Mary Ann Brown antiques that are at least 100 years
Noreen Mullaney old (the owner must provide proof state law is so draconian. He didn’t hide
George H. Jones
his sales like a trafficker—he publicly
Hollie Fleming offered them on the Internet.

SUBSCRIPTIONS Rooney is due to pay a huge price
Lindsay Webb
1-800-752-8521 for selling three antiques for a total of

BUSINESS MANAGER $300. Surely, the punishment doesn’t fit
Lee Bross
the crime. S.C.P.
BILLING/ACCOUNTING
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Index to Shows & Auctions

The shows and auctions with page numbers are advertised in this issue. The events marked with * were advertised in the previous issue.

Absentee and Online Auctions Sunday, December 29, 2019 Monday, January 6, 2020 Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27
American Bottle Auctions (online)- AUCTIONS SHOWS Plainville, CT-Winter Associates ....... 163
January 24-February 2, 2020-
www.americanbottle.com................... 10 Dallas, TX-Heritage Auctions.........26-27 Miami Beach, FL-Original Miami Beach Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Cowan’s Auctions (online)- Wednesday, January 1, 2020 Antique Show* AUCTIONS
December 19, 2019-January 6, 2020- AUCTIONS
www.cowans.com ............................ 164 Tuesday, January 7, 2020 Cleveland, OH-Cowan’s Auctions..... 164
Cowan’s Auctions (online)- Beacon, NY-Hudson Valley SHOWS Wednesday, January 15, 2020
January 9-20, 2020- Auctioneers LLC ............................... 178 AUCTIONS
www.cowans.com ............................. 164 Clay, NY-Iroquois Auction ................. 173 Miami Beach, FL-Original Miami Beach
Cowan’s Auctions (online)- Copake, NY-Copake Auction Inc. ....... 77 Antique Show* Bloomfield, NJ-Nye & Co.................. 183
January 30-February 2, 2020- Newcastle, ME-Robert L. Foster ...... 174 Dallas, TX-Heritage Auctions.........26-27
www.cowans.com ............................. 164 Somerset, PA-Brian Carey Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Pook & Pook Inc. (online)-January 20, Auctioneer ........................................165 AUCTIONS Thursday, January 16, 2020
2020-www.bidsquare.com .................. 13 Southampton, PA-Stephenson’s AUCTIONS
Skinner (online)-December 11-19, Auction.............................................. 175 Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27
2019-www.skinnerinc.com* Windsor, CT-Nadeau’s SHOWS Dallas, TX-Heritage Auctions.........26-27
Skinner (online)-January 15-22, 2020- Auction Gallery ................................. 177 Denver, PA-Morphy Auctions.............. 18
www.skinnerinc.com ........................... 17 Miami Beach, FL-Original Miami Beach Sacramento, CA-Witherell’s ..........28-29
Skinner (online)-January 15-23, 2020- SHOWS Antique Show*
www.skinnerinc.com ........................... 17 Augusta, ME-Augusta Armory Friday, January 17, 2020
Skinner (online)-February 4-13, 2020- Antiques Show..................................163 Thursday, January 9, 2020 AUCTIONS
www.skinnerinc.com ........................... 17 Swansea, MA-Lighthouse AUCTIONS
Skinner (online)-February 12-19, 2020- Promotions .........................................14 Cincinnati, OH-Cowan’s Auctions..... 164
www.skinnerinc.com ........................... 17 Dallas, TX-Heritage Auctions.........26-27 Downingtown, PA-
Skinner (online)-February 12-20, 2020- Friday, January 3, 2020 Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27 Pook & Pook Inc. ...........................12-13
www.skinnerinc.com ........................... 17 AUCTIONS Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 Lebanon, PA-Cabin Fever Auctions*
Southern Folk Pottery Collectors
Society (absentee)- Amesbury, MA-John McInnis Friday, January 10, 2020 SHOWS
www.southernfolkpotterysociety.com- Auctioneers................................148-149 AUCTIONS Richmond, VA-Richmond
Bidding through December............... 172 Antiques Extravaganza..................... 162
Saturday, January 4, 2020 Ephrata, PA-Horst Auctioneers......... 176
Every Sunday AUCTIONS Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27 Saturday, January 18, 2020
Adamstown, PA-Renninger’s.............. 97 Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 AUCTIONS
Milford, NH-Milford Antiques Show Amesbury, MA-John McInnis
(through March 29, 2020) ................... 45 Auctioneers................................148-149 Saturday, January 11, 2020 Downingtown, PA-
Grand Ledge, MI-Americana Auctions* AUCTIONS Pook & Pook Inc. ...........................12-13
Every Saturday Plainfield, NH-William A. Smith, Inc.... 167 Pittsfield, MA-Fontaine’s............170-171
Kutztown, PA-Renninger’s.................. 97 Poughkeepsie, NY-Hyde Park Ephrata, PA-Horst Auctioneers......... 176
Country Auctions .............................. 107 Los Angeles, CA- SHOWS
Tuesday, December 17, 2019 Rockland, ME-Bruce Gamage Jr. ..... 173 Andrew Jones Auctions .................... 186 Richmond, VA-Richmond Antiques
AUCTIONS New Haven, CT-New Haven Auctions- Extravaganza.................................... 162
SHOWS Fred Giampietro..................................22 Syracuse, NY-Salt City Winter
New York, NY-Swann Auction Galleries* Chantilly, VA-DC Big Flea Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27 Antiques Show.................................... 45
Friday, December 20, 2019 Antiques Market................................ 184 Sarasota, FL-Freedom
AUCTIONS Miami Beach, FL-Original Miami Beach Auction Company ............................. 164 Sunday, January 19, 2020
Antique Show* Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 SHOWS
Williston, VT-Merrill’s Auctioneers & Sturbridge, MA-Sturbridge Fine Arms
Appraisers* Show and Sale .................................165 SHOWS Richmond, VA-Richmond Antiques
Hartford, CT-Papermania Plus ......... 166 Extravaganza.................................... 162
Saturday, December 21, 2019 Sunday, January 5, 2020 Richfield, OH-Hudson Syracuse, NY-Salt City Winter
AUCTIONS AUCTIONS Antique Show ..................................... 51 Antiques Show.................................... 45

Williston, VT-Merrill’s Auctioneers & Rockland, ME-Bruce Gamage Jr. ..... 173 Sunday, January 12, 2020 Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Appraisers* SHOWS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS

Friday, December 27, 2019 Boxborough, MA-Boxborough Antique New Haven, CT-New Haven Auctions- Dallas, TX-Heritage Auctions.........26-27
AUCTIONS Show................................................. 163 Fred Giampietro..................................23 Thursday, January 23, 2020
Chantilly, VA-DC Big Flea New York, NY-Heritage Auctions ...26-27 AUCTIONS
Kansas City/Lone Jack, MO- Antiques Market................................ 184 Orlando, FL-Heritage Auctions ......26-27
Soulis Auctions ................................. 166 Miami Beach, FL-Original Miami Beach Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 Boston, MA-Skinner............................ 17
Antique Show* Cincinnati, OH-Cowan’s Auctions..... 164
Sturbridge, MA-Sturbridge Fine Arms SHOWS Hudson, NY-Stair Galleries........168-169
Show and Sale .................................165 Bath, ME-Bath Antique Sale ............... 14 New York, NY-Doyle ......................... 185
Hartford, CT-Papermania Plus ......... 166 New York, NY-Sotheby’s............179-180
Richfield, OH-Hudson Antique Show.. 51 Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81

Monday, January 13, 2020 SHOWS
AUCTIONS New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19

New York, NY-Heritage Auctions ...26-27

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Index to Shows & Auctions

Friday, January 24, 2020 New York, NY-The Art, Design & Wednesday, February 5, 2020 Nashville, TN-Fiddlers at the
AUCTIONS Antiques Show.............................. 30, 33 AUCTIONS Fairgrounds ......................................184
New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 Nashville, TN-The Nashville Show ... 178
Boston, MA-Skinner............................ 17 Hudson, NY-Stair Galleries............... 169
Hudson, NY-Stair Galleries............... 169 Monday, January 27, 2020 Thursday, February 6, 2020 Saturday, February 15, 2020
Mt. Crawford, VA-Jeffrey S. Evans AUCTIONS SHOWS AUCTIONS
& Assoc.............................................163
New York, NY-Christie’s...................... 25 New York, NY-Sotheby’s............180-181 Miami, FL-The Miami Show...Front Cover Charleston, SC-Copley Fine Art
New York, NY-Sotheby’s............179-180 SHOWS Friday, February 7, 2020 Auctions, LLC ..................................... 20
Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 SHOWS Hudson, NY-Stair Galleries............... 169
Williston, VT-Merrill’s Auctioneers New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19
& Appraisers .....................................168 Tuesday, January 28, 2020 Miami, FL-The Miami Show...Front Cover SHOWS
SHOWS Saturday, February 8, 2020 Lebanon, TN-Heart of Tennessee
SHOWS AUCTIONS Antique Show ...................... Front Cover
New York, NY-The Art, New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 Nashville, TN-Fiddlers
Design & Antiques Show .............. 30, 33 Wednesday, January 29, 2020 New Orleans, LA-Neal at the Fairgrounds ............................ 184
New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 SHOWS Auction................................. Back Cover Nashville, TN-The Nashville Show ... 178

Saturday, January 25, 2020 New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 SHOWS Friday, February 28, 2020
AUCTIONS Thursday, January 30, 2020 Miami, FL-The Miami Show...Front Cover AUCTIONS
AUCTIONS
Chicago, IL-Potter & Potter Auctions ...187 Sunday, February 9, 2020 Mt. Crawford, VA-Jeffrey S. Evans
Knoxville, TN-Case Antiques ............ 174 Worcester, MA-Central Mass AUCTIONS & Assoc.............................................163
Mt. Crawford, VA-Jeffrey S. Evans Auctions Inc. .....................................168
& Assoc.............................................163 New Orleans, LA-Neal Saturday, February 29, 2020
New York, NY-Sotheby’s............180-181 SHOWS Auction................................. Back Cover AUCTIONS
Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19
Williston, VT-Merrill’s Auctioneers SHOWS Mt. Crawford, VA-Jeffrey S. Evans
& Appraisers .....................................168 Friday, January 31, 2020 Miami, FL-The Miami Show... Front Cover & Assoc.............................................163
AUCTIONS
SHOWS Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Shows and Auctions
Lebanon, OH-Lebanon Manheim, PA-Hess Auction Group ... 176 SHOWS after February 29, 2020
Antiques Show.................................. 105 SHOWS Bath Antique Sale .............................. 14
New York, NY-The Art, Design & Nashville, TN-Fiddlers at the Boxborough Antique Show .............. 163
Antiques Show.............................. 30, 33 New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 Fairgrounds ......................................184 Cowan’s Auctions ........................... 172
New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 York, PA-Original York Antiques Grass Valley Old West Show ........... 165
Show & Sale .......................................49 Thursday, February 13, 2020 Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. ............... 163
Sunday, January 26, 2020 SHOWS Lighthouse Promotions ...................... 14
AUCTIONS Saturday, February 1, 2020 Papermania Plus ............................. 166
AUCTIONS Lebanon, TN-Heart of Tennessee Pook & Pook Inc. .............................. 13
Knoxville, TN-Case Antiques ............ 174 Antique Show ...................... Front Cover Raleigh Antiques Extravaganza ....... 162
Middleboro, MA-White’s Auctions..... 129 Manheim, PA-Hess Auction Group ... 176 Nashville, TN-Fiddlers at the Renninger’s ...................................... 97
New York, NY-Sotheby’s............180-181 SHOWS Fairgrounds ......................................184 Rockport Art Association
Valparaiso, IN-Kraft Auction Service.... 81 Nashville, TN-The Nashville Show ... 178 & Museum ...................................... 166
New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 Stanton’s Auctioneers ..................... 184
SHOWS York, PA-Original York Antiques Friday, February 14, 2020
Lebanon, OH-Lebanon Show & Sale .......................................49 AUCTIONS
Antiques Show.................................. 105
Sunday, February 2, 2020 Boston, MA-Skinner............................ 17
SHOWS Hudson, NY-Stair Galleries............... 169

New York, NY-The Winter Show......... 19 SHOWS
York, PA-Original York Antiques Lebanon, TN-Heart of Tennessee
Show & Sale .......................................49 Antique Show ...................... Front Cover

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THE MEETING PLACE

Corrections Virginia Sectional Fern Coppedge England providing assistance to Knupp Warren in 1963, he
Furniture wholesalers opening showrooms developed a love for everything
In our story “Sculptural To the Editor: for the first time. antique. They built their
Fantasy” (December 2019, pp. To the Editor: Anew book on Fern Coppedge, 1850s-style farmhouse out of
124-27), there were several I was pleased to see my book, Marion developed a passion reclaimed materials, which they
errors. Pennsylvania through the Eyes for antiques when she joined accumulated and stored for ten
Virginia Sectional Furniture: of Fern I. Coppedge, will be Janet Bussey as co-manager years before its construction. The
While we noted that Stephen 1800 to 1860, received and published in 2020. A preview of the Bath Hospital antiques collecting became a business,
and Petra Levin “bought mainly reviewed by Maine Antique is online (www.FernCoppedge. shows that ran for many years. Stonecrop Antiques, LLC, after
from Fred Giampietro and Allan Digest [December, p. 103]. To com). She owned several antiques the death of Judy’s father. This
Katz,” the Sotheby’s catalog update you and possibly your stores and participated in group business now includes a restored
revealed that of the 240 lots audience, another 18th-century A catalogue raisonné is in shops. Her company was known 1750 cottage, a retail gallery, and
offered on October 10, 2019, Virginia sectional was found at progress. We are now accepting as New England Antiques, and a schedule of antiques shows
only 74 (30.8%) had either a the Fishersville [Virginia] Antique listings for this complete work. her last location was closed in throughout the country. All of
Fred Giampietro or Allan Katz Show this past summer. Attached We look forward to hearing from 2017. She exhibited at 24 shows these will continue with daughter
provenance. are three photographic images anyone who would like to submit a year throughout New England Kim Murray joining Judy on the
taken by the proud new owner. paintings for our catalogue and Florida. show circuit.
We reported that Giampietro raisonné, as well as anyone with
had the circa 1800 painted pine Thank you for your attention vintage photos, letters, or other Marion purchased, decorated, At shows, Charlie was known
crocodile tavern sign from and interest. information about the life or art and sold properties in Bath, for the precision packing of his
Kingston, New York, “at the career of Mrs. Coppedge. Portland, and Sanford, Maine; “big rig,” which prompted quite a
Winter Show for $450,000, and Hal Stuart Boston, Massachusetts; and few discussions with Judy about
the Levins bought it.” According via e-mail Les and Sue Fox Fort Lauderdale, Key Biscayne, which piece had to come off the
to Giampietro, the tavern sign West Highland Publishing Naples, and Lecanto, Florida. trailer first. He hand-picked a
was offered at the Winter Show Two of three sections of a Virginia PO Box 36 group of porters wherever he
but was priced at $375,000. sectional sofa, circa 1820, covered Midland Park, NJ 07432 Marion is survived by her went and meticulously trained
It did not sell at the show and with a contemporary upholstery. (201) 264-7450 husband, Richard, of Bath; a them to unload the Charlie
was returned to the consignors. [email protected] son, Stephen, and his wife, Warren way. They are probably
Later, the sign was offered at The Sheraton-style legs are tightly Julie, and their children, Megan breathing a sigh of relief now
Sotheby’s, where it was bought turned, terminating with brass Obituaries and Zachary, of Stratham, New that they no longer have to
in. Giampietro negotiated a sale casters. An experienced antiques Hampshire; a daughter, Susan, endure his scrutiny.
to the Levins after the auction, dealer thought the turned legs Marion Redlon and her husband, Edmund Ted
acquiring it for their collection might be from furniture maker Broomhead, and their children, Charlie enjoyed his time spent
for “under $100,000.” James Rockwood. Marion Holmes Redlon, Grace and Piper of Barrington, on the board of directors of Fort
born January 25, 1937, in Bath, Rhode Island, and Lily of Harrison, Inc., a house museum
We reported that Giampietro Maine, died peacefully on Boston, Massachusetts; and her in nearby Dayton, Virginia. He
sold a polychrome racetrack December 4, 2019, at home. sisters, Martha Henrikson of was the grilling chef for their
tout figure “to Stephen Levin at Marion was a natural athlete and Standish, Maine, and Carol Leah Colonial dinners and performed
the Winter Show for $450,000.” scholar, graduating from Morse Holmes of Lisbon Falls, Maine. whatever tasks were called for to
According to Giampietro, High School in 1955 among the maintain an 18th-century house
the racetrack tout was tagged top in her class. She went on to Services for Marion will be and grounds. He loved southern
$425,000 at the Winter Antiques her first career in insurance and held December 21 at 11 a.m. at culture and was always fascinated
Show but did not sell to the real estate with Roger Skillings Grace Episcopal Church in Bath. by the utilitarian and decorative
Levins. Rather, it sold to another and Ada Greenblatt. In lieu of flowers the family has arts of his Valley home.
collector. Several years later, asked for donations to the Patten
Giampietro negotiated the sale Marion met the love of her life, Free Library, 33 Summer St., He is survived by Judy, his wife
from the collector to the Levins. Richard Redlon, when both were Bath, ME 04530, or the Maine of 56 years. In addition, Charlie
part of a wedding. Six months Antiques Dealers Association, was dad to Kimberly Warren
We reported that Giampietro later they were married. Their PO Box 405, East Boothbay, ME Murray, brother to Jane Warren
had sold the iron Gabriel first two years together were 04544. VanPelt and Jim Fleck (Dorothy),
weathervane from a Crown spent on an island in Penobscot and Papa to his favorite human
Point, New York, church at Bay where Richard was the Charles Warren in the whole world, Carson Reid
the Winter Antiques Show to officer in charge of a lighthouse- Murray. Charlie is also survived
the Levins for $1.2 million. lifeboat station. Charles (Charlie) Warren, by a niece and nephew and great-
According to Giampietro, the co-owner of Stonecrop Antiques, nieces, and by his large Irish
weathervane was never offered The family returned to the Mt. Crawford, Virginia, passed O’Donnell family.
at the Winter Antiques Show, and Bath area to assume control of away on November 1, 2019,
the sale price M.A.D. reported is Redlon’s Plumbing Supply, and after suffering a massive brain Papa would want you to
not accurate. Marion split her time as office bleed. He was 77. remember his love for his family
manager and homemaker while and to cherish each moment
M.A.D. apologizes for the living on the Montsweag Road Charles was born in you get to spend with yours. He
errors. in Woolwich. Harrisonburg, Virginia, on would especially want you to see
March 22, 1942, and spent most every soccer match, basketball
Letters In 1961 they built a new home of his life in the Shenandoah and volleyball game, and track
on Middle Street in Bath, and Valley. After a tour of duty in meet that you can attend. His
Buggy The Greek-key inspired joinery Marion became very involved the Air Force, spent primarily favorite hours were spent first
holding the sides of this sofa civically. She served as president on the flight line of Homestead with Kim and then with Carson
To the Editor: together was made from poplar of the Maine Antiques Dealers Air Reserve Base, Homestead, as he traveled all over the world
In the carriage trade, a two- and black walnut. One or more Association and treasurer of the Florida, including during the to see them.
of your readers may recognize League of Woman Voters, Junior Cuban Missile Crisis, he returned
wheel vehicle is a sulky. This this well-made joint and may Hospital League, and Beta home to work for Packaging A celebration of life was held
example would be a buggy or a know of a furniture maker based Sigma Phi. Corporation of America (PCA). on November 9 in Harrisonburg.
runabout. on similar joint design and His 49-year career in the The family asks that memorial
construction. As the business grew and corrugated container industry contributions be made to Fort
Dennis Hensley expanded into four locations in took him all over the world Harrison, Inc., PO Box 366,
Wagonmaster Antiques Maine, Marion designed and consulting and troubleshooting Dayton, VA 22821, in Charlie’s
Bennington, Kansas created modern showrooms in for PCA. He was the first hourly memory.
Portland and Augusta. Her style employee of the Harrisonburg
(Mr. Hensley is referring to a caption in our November issue [p. 87], was so unlike what the industry plant and ended his career there
incorrectly identifying a $4095 weathervane as a sulky. Ed.) had been doing that Kohler sent as production manager in 2015.
its designers to her and had
40 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 her go to the headquarters in After his marriage to Judy
Wisconsin to run a seminar for
wholesalers countrywide. She
also traveled throughout New

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Carl L. Crossman introduced him to antiques; his Forbes Curator at the Peabody black and then added trompe their businesses, first Oriental
father, Lester F. Crossman, loved Essex Museum. “He knew this l’oeil shards. “I fell for it. I Rugs, Ltd. and later DiSaia
Carl L. Crossman, the horses and played polo. collection inside and out. He leaned down to pick up a piece Management. Their family grew
foremost promoter of the had incredible skills in reading of broken china to find it paint,” as well, with the additions of
China trade, died in Florida While still in high school, an object and then the ability said Corrigan. Many others did Logan and Rachel. Together as a
on November 13, 2019. Born Carl volunteered at the Peabody to pair that information with the same. Carl Crossman was family they fought for what they
in Danvers, Massachusetts, Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, documentary evidence.” known for his wry sense of believed was right as founders,
in 1940, he graduated from and went to work there after humor. leaders, and volunteers with
Danvers High School and went college. The museum (now Auctioneer Ron Bourgeault many organizations, including
on to complete a B.A. in art known as the Peabody Essex said, “Carl brought romance to For the past decade, Carl Easterseals, the Arc, High Hopes
history at Wesleyan University Museum) published his first the China trade.” He worked for lived in Florida, where his sister, Therapeutic Riding, Inc., the
in Middletown, Connecticut. His writings on the China trade, A Bourgeault’s Northeast Auctions Christine, had retired. Once an Mystic Community Center,
mother, Hazel Banks Crossman, Design Catalogue of Chinese in the 1990s and into the 2000s antiques dealer and manager the Antiques Council, and the
Export Porcelain for the putting together very successful of the Peabody Essex antiques Antiques Dealers’Association of
American Market, 1785-1840. marine and China trade sales. show in Massachusetts, she America. Equity, transparency,
This was followed by The developed the library at the Polo and overall human kindness were
China Trade: Export Paintings, Crossman met Boston art Club of Wellington in Florida. and always will be remembered
Furniture, Silver and Other dealer Charles D. Childs when he as their guiding principles.
Objects in 1972, which later was still working at the Peabody Carl spent his retirement
was much expanded into The Essex Museum. He had brought writing historical novels, which There was never much
Decorative Arts of the China a painting to Childs to have it were never published. The man separation between Ralph’s
Trade: Paintings, furnishings restored. Childs convinced him responsible for the romance of business world and his family.
and exotic curiosities (1991). to come to work for him, and collecting China trade continued Business associates were like
after Childs retired, Crossman to follow the market from afar. family, and his family helped the
“Crossman’s is still my first ran the business. He was 29. business run. Colleagues, fellow
go-to book when I start to Crossman is survived by his committee members, and other
research an object,” said Karina Carl later met Roger Howlett, nephew and his wife, J. Fred antiques dealers were his friends.
H. Corrigan, the H.A. Crosby a graduate of the State University Vining and Jamie, and their Together, they traveled the
of New York at Oneonta’s daughter, Harper, of Marblehead, country preserving and sharing
Kathy Schoemer Cooperstown graduate program Massachusetts. an appreciation for beautiful
in museum studies, while craftsmanship, stunning quality,
603-756-2985 Howlett was working at Yale “A fitting celebration of Carl and stories that might otherwise
University’s Mabel Brady Crossman’s life would be a big be lost.
American carved wooden doll pair, elemental clothing, Garvan Collection. Howlett party at the Peabody Essex. That
pristine condition, woman is 15.5” tall, mid-19th c. soon came to work for Crossman is where his passion began. He Ralph had a lifetime love
 Dolls are sold with professional display stands. at Childs Gallery. The two men volunteered at that museum as a of tennis. His dedication to
lived above the store until 1973 teenager,” said Ron Bourgeault. finding new ways of coaching
www.Lambsilver.com when they bought a large house “Carl loved parties.” individuals to be stronger
at 258 Commonwealth Avenue players and better people earned
42 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 in Boston with the idea it might Ralph DiSaia him accolades and respect.
serve as a private gallery. They Ralph was recognized as a coach
used it for their collections and With great sadness, the family of the year by the New London
gave lavish themed parties. of Ralph Nelson DiSaia, 70, Day, the Norwich Bulletin, and
of Waterford, Connecticut, the Connecticut High School
Crossman was part of a lecture announces his death on Coaches Association. Ralph was
cruise to the South China Sea November 22, 2019, after a brief proud to coach the Waterford
sponsored by The Magazine but intense battle with cancer. His Lancers Boys Tennis team from
Antiques. “Carl had never been loving family was by his side. 2003 to 2019; there he ran a
to China, and he had written a no-cut program, because he
book about the China trade, so Ralph was born in Rhode believed that everyone should
it was such fun watching him Island on March 18, 1949, to have the opportunity to learn the
making discoveries,” said Jane Irene and Ralph A. DiSaia and sport and play.
Nylander, museum director, was raised in North Kingstown.
educator, and writer, who was on A proud graduate of North Ralph was a collector of
that trip. It was the first of many Kingstown High School and many things, ranging from fine
trips Carl took for research and Providence College, Ralph shone art to folk art and from tennis
for business. as a tennis star. He maintained balls to T-shirts. He knew what
his close friendships with many he loved, and he wanted to not
“Carl Crossman was classmates. only surround himself with these
responsible for the first China things, but to share them with
trade auction held at Sotheby’s Ralph was the highlight of many everyone he was close with.
in 1977. We sold the collection gatherings, an innovator at heart,
put together by Roger Howlett and a creative soul with a true Ralph is survived and lovingly
and Carl Crossman, much of appreciation of colors, especially remembered by his wife, Karen;
it illustrated in Crossman’s if they were particularly bright sons, Adam (Karly) and Logan;
book. It was the beginning of ones. He is known for his never- daughter, Rachel (Laurie);
a special collecting category,” ending “dad” jokes, his use of grandchildren, Eero, Carter, and
said William Stahl, who headed a joke book as a dictionary, his Dylan; his beloved dog, Nellie
American decorative arts at ability to make tennis balls keep Noodle; and an incredible family
Sotheby’s at the time. “Carl was bouncing, and his real-life Tetris of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces,
a genius,” he said. skills. Resilient and eternally and nephews; and many dear
optimistic, Ralph never stopped friends.
After he sold his house in advocating for everyone he loved
Boston, Crossman moved to to live their lives to the fullest. Ralph was deeply loved by so
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, many, and there is no doubt that he
and went to work for Northeast Ralph met his wife, Karen, will be celebrated through laughter
Auctions. He became interested in 1979 at Lyme Shores Tennis and silly anecdotes by family,
in archaeology at Strawbery & Fitness and quickly fell in friends, fellow coaches, athletes,
Banke. Soon he was named a love with both her and her son, antiques dealers, tradespeople,
research fellow in archaeology Adam Demorest. Ralph and neighbors, and just about anyone
at Strawbery Banke Museum. Karen joined forces to build else he ever talked to.
In August 2000, in honor of
Crossman’s 60th birthday, the Ralph’s family extends
museum created the Carl L. thanks to the medical staff at
Crossman Fund for acquisitions Smilow Cancer Hospital and
of objects having a history Hartford Healthcare at Home
of being made or used in the who compassionately attended
Piscataquis/Portsmouth area that to him. Donations in Ralph’s
match archaeological shards. memory may be made to Center
for Healing Therapies, a new
In Portsmouth, Crossman non-profit providing a holistic
lived in a Colonial house owned approach in support of families
by Ron Bourgeault and painted who are dealing with cancer, at
it pumpkin on the outside. It was 83 Boston Post Road, Waterford,
known as the “Pumpkin House.” CT 06385.
Crossman painted the floors

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suitors, and all the family dogs. tiFFany LaMP eXPert
Michael was loved by everyone, (OVER FORTY FIVE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE)
and he will be greatly missed by
Joseph H. Rosenbaum Michael Butler Studios where he all who were blessed enough to Actively Also
was able to pursue his love of have known him. Purchasing Purchasing
Joseph Hirsch Rosenbaum Jr., modern art creation using mixed 19th & 20th
known as Jay, an art dealer and elements including concrete, Michael is survived by his TIFFANY,
gallery owner, died at his home stone, and metals. Michael mother, Barbara Butler; siblings, HANDEL, Century
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Before settling in Santa Fe, he friends and spent many winters daughter, Lilly Grace; nieces and Harvey Weinstein Fine antiques
lived in Spain and Miami, often in Utah. He loved vacationing in nephews, Brian (Beth) Butler,
moving where his first cousin Jamaica and experienced many David (Amber) Butler, Nathan
and closest friend Barbara L. adventures. He loved animals, (Casey) Butler, Senja (Chris)
Brown lived. especially his cat, Wildcat Butler, Harris, Sadye (Vince) Simpson,
the chipmunks on his property in Claire Butler, Wyatt Butler, and
Jay was the owner of Hirsch Mancelona, Mama duck and her Max Butler; great-nieces and
Fine Art, working as a private great-nephews, Alexis, Ava,
dealer from his home off Canyon Landon, Sebastian, Kinsley,
Road. Earlier he had a gallery Kennedy, Addie, Edith, Lily,
in the historical Couse House in Aevryn, Zoe, Edgar, Alex, and
Taos from 1994 until 2001 when Meredith; and many extended
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Michael excelled as a mental
health technician at St. Joseph’s
Hospital for many years. He
understood people, listened to
them without judgment, and
offered his expert advice, which
led to some very interesting
stories. He was a partner in M&M
Enterprises, a family business,
promoting antiques shows
across the country. Michael was
a businessman, meticulous in
his attention to detail, with an
artist’s flair for uniqueness and
beauty. His smile alone could
light up a room and make a bad
day better. Everyone who knew
Michael was better because of it.
After he retired, Michael opened

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Allen D. Bagdade Al and Susan pursued their Appraisal Fair. Al and Susan
love of antiques, which led them
Allen D. Bagdade, 83, passed to form their own business, the became leading authorities on
away on November 10, 2019. Country Peasants.
He was the son of Michael and the French pottery known as
Lillian Bagdade. Al graduated They wrote seven books
from University of Michigan together on antiques, as well Quimper.
School of Dentistry and served as “Answers on Antiques,”
his country as a captain in the a syndicated column, along Susan passed away in 2003
U.S. Army, 766th Medical with hundreds of articles for
Detachment, 7th Army, stationed various antiques trade papers after 41 years of marriage. In
in Germany. He settled in and magazines. They served
Chicago with his wife, Susan as appraisers on HGTV’s The 2009 Al married his second wife,
Ingber Bagdade, and completed
his master’s degree in pediatric Susan Klein Bagdade. After a
dentistry from Northwestern
University and began his 46-year long career as a pediatric dentist,
pediatric dental partnership with
Dr. Burton Turek. he and Sue enjoyed a life of

travel, antiques shows, and flea

markets.

Al is remembered as a devoted

husband, father, grandfather,

great-grandfather, uncle,

employer, partner, and friend,

as well as an avid fisherman,

lover of fine food and wine, and

follower of the Chicago White

Sox, Michigan Wolverines,

and his beloved Northwestern

Wildcats.

WANTED He is survived by his devoted
COLLECTIONS
wife, Susan Klein Bagdade; his
Accumulations
of brother, Chuck (Gail) Bagdade;

Family and his children, Dave (Linda)
Business
Letters, WANTED Bagdade and Felicia (Bill)
Manuscripts,
Documents, Fine surveying Clements; and his grandchildren
Diaries, Ledgers and astronomical
ALL STATES • ANY PERIOD instruments and great-grandchildren. In
marked
Please Describe and Price to: “Wm. Wurdemann, lieu of flowers, donations may
Washington D.C.”
Carmen D. Valentino be made to the School of the
Also papers, ephemera, parts, etc.
Rare Books & Manuscripts Emails to [email protected] Art Institute of Chicago (www.

Drawer 6 saic.edu) in memory of Susan
2956 Richmond St.
Philadelphia, PA 19134 D. and Allen D. Bagdade, or a member or would like benefits include a listing in the
information about membership, printed directory, a website
215-739-6056 the American Brain Tumor contact Jeff Noordsy, <[email protected] listing, and others as listed on
shoreham.net>. the website.
Association (www.abta.org) in
VADA wishes a happy holiday The 63rd annual NHADA
the name of Susan D. Bagdade. season to all its members and antiques show is set for August
their families and to all our 6-8 at the DoubleTree by
Dealer fellow dealers as well as to all the Hilton located in downtown
Associations collectors and those who support Manchester. The annual show
antiques shops and shows features 67 exhibitors from all
VADA throughout the year. Season’s over the Northeast and other
greetings and best wishes for a states, with a wide range of
Holiday shopping has begun, healthy and happy new year! items. In the meantime, we wish
and there is lots of time to you all a happy new year!
shop at your favorite antiques Vesta Urband
shops or shows. Antiques are <[email protected]> Richard Bojko
lasting reminders of the past and NHADA Board of Directors
recycling at its best! NHADA
Canadian Antique
A print of the only authentication known in 146 years The Vermont Antiques On Thursday, November Dealers Association
Frank Tenney Johnson Thus Far...No Farther. $900,000 Dealers’ Association (VADA)
Lynn Grund 25925 S. La Grange Rd. Monee, Il 60449 show committee met on 14, 2019, the New Hampshire Of the 19 exhibitors who
November 14, 2019. Thank you participated at the first annual
Now you know where to buy to those members who responded Antiques Dealers Association National Capital Antiques, Art
LOUIS C. TIFFANY COLLECTIBLES to the e-mail sent out by Trish and Design Fair (NCAADF)
and Kyle. Antiques in Vermont (NHADA) held its annual held November 8-10, 2019, in
& Week 2020 will be held October Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, ten
TIFFANY STUDIOS BRONZE FANCY GOODS 1 through October 4. The membership meeting at the were members of the Canadian
Vermont Antiques Dealers’ show Antique Dealers Association
will be on Saturday, October 3, Common Man Restaurant (CADA).
and Sunday, October 4.
in Concord. After the usual The driving force behind
The 43rd annual Cabin Fever the show was NCAADF event
Show and Sale will take place business meeting, the slate for coordinator Ernest Johnson,
February 15 at the Mid Vermont longtime operator of Ernest
Christian School in Quechee, the board of directors for the Johnson Antiques, Ottawa.
Vermont, from 10 a.m. to 3 Johnson was assisted by Shaun
p.m. For information about the upcoming year was approved. Markey, an Ottawa-based
show, contact Greg Hamilton communications consultant and
at <[email protected]> or The board includes Tommy collector; Sharlene Tattersfield,
(802) 989-1158. who ran the popular Ashbury
Thompson, president; Richard College Antique Fair for
VADA welcomes new several years; and Dane Harris,
member John Engle of Peacham, Bojko, immediate past president; a successful Ottawa business
Vermont. John has a shop, the executive and expert in auction
Peacham Carriage Company, Melissa Alden, secretary; Peter and antiques show logistics.
in a renovated country store
offering a variety of antiques Sawyer, treasurer; Sharon Platt, The fair was a vetted event and
from furniture to smalls. The opened on Friday evening with a
shop is open Tuesday through vice president, communications; well-attended cocktail reception.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 24 When recruiting dealers,
Governor Mattocks Road. A call Ken Pike, vice president, Johnson strove for variety. As
ahead is advised to (802) 751- a result there were dealers in
9916. Visit his website (www. membership; Josh Steenburgh, formal furniture, porcelain,
peachamcarriagecompany.com). silver, country furniture, folk art,
vice president, show chairman; mid-century modern, jewelry,
VADA is always happy to and art. Show sponsors included
welcome new members. If Beverly Longacre, director, show
you are interested in becoming
cochairman; Rebecca Connolly

Hackler, director; Paige Trace,

director; and Richard Thorner,

auditor.

Richard Thorner presented a

lecture, “Collecting Ephemera in

New Hampshire,” to the delight

of attendees.

P.O. Box 290, White Plains, NY 10605 NHADA membership
(914) 686-8147, [email protected]
renewals are now due. If you
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contact Melissa Alden, or go

directly to (www.nhada.org) for

renewals and for new member

applications. Membership

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recently welcomed Adrian Tinline of 19, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
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Ontario, and Karin Belzile of Chic Shack Square, New York City.
Antiques, Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Quebec, October 20, 2019 through March 29, 2020
as new members of the association. Both Presentations include Diana Greenwald
of these dealers participated in the Ottawa 8:30 AM to Noon
show and recorded good sales of country in Holidayon James Castle, Raphael Koenig on
furniture and folk art. Regular Admission: $5 - 8:30 to 9:30 AM
Yuichiro Ukai, and Jonathan Frederick Free Admission - 9:30 AM to Noon
For additional information,
contact Ernest Johnson <[email protected] Shopping!Walz on Eddie Owens Martin, also Over 65 dealers in quality antiques and collectibles on indoor
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Summer Fellowship Program Victorian Society Jack Donigian, Manager  781-329-1192
at Historic Deerfield
The Victorian Society New York www.milfordantiqueshow.com
Historic Deerfield, Inc. invites (VSNY) invites young historians to
applications from college juniors and submit proposals by March 10 for its Our 43rd Year!
seniors to take part in an intensive nine- annual “Emerging Scholars” event on
week summer fellowship program in May 20. VSNY (www.vicsocny.org), Maine Antique Digest, January 2020 45
history and material culture. College a nonprofit organization founded in
juniors (graduating in 2021) and seniors 1966, supports scholarship about every
who expect to graduate in 2020 are eligible aspect of 19th- and early 20th-century
for seven openings in the program, which culture, including literature, architecture,
is designed for undergraduate students theater, fine and decorative art, politics,
in American studies, architecture, manufacturing, education, gender roles,
archaeology, art and art history, design, reform movements, fashion, and food.
history, material culture, preservation, Recent topics for emerging scholars have
and museum studies. included celluloid collar advertisements,
New York brothel furniture, and a mining
This residential living and learning tycoon’s luxurious dinnerware.
opportunity takes place at Historic
Deerfield in Deerfield, Massachusetts. For the May event VSNY will bring
Each participant receives a full fellowship in three current university students or
that covers all expenses associated with recent graduates to each give a 15-minute
the program, including tuition, room and presentation. The deadline for 200-word
board, and field trips. A limited number proposals (preference given to American/
of stipends are awarded to students with New York topics) and CVs is March 10;
demonstrated need to help cover lost e-mail to <[email protected]>.
summer income. Financial aid awards are
need blind, and application for assistance Speakers’ remuneration includes a
has no impact on the program application. restaurant dinner with historians and
enthusiasts after the talk and a one-year
The 2020 program begins June 8 and VSNY membership ($30 value). The
ends August 10. Applications are now event will be held May 20, from 6:15
being accepted online (www.historic- to 8 p.m. with a reception, at Sotheby’s
deerfield.org/sfp). The application Institute of Art, 570 Lexington Avenue
deadline is February 7. Notification of (at 51st Street) in New York City.
acceptances will be announced in March.

For more information, contact Barbara
A. Mathews, public historian and director
of academic programs, at (413) 775-7207
or e-mail <[email protected]
org>.

THE MEETING PLACE

Ceramics at the Frick

On Monday, January 13, the In 1913, as Henry Clay Frick’s Over the last decade the Frick Admission for nonmembers of
Connecticut Ceramics Study Fifth Avenue mansion neared has been fortunate to receive the Connecticut Ceramics Study
Circle will present “From Sèvres completion, he realized that he gifts or pledges of Meissen and Circle is $25. For reservations
to Fifth Avenue: Ceramics at needed furnishings to match Du Paquier porcelain and French and information, check the
the Frick,” a lecture by Ian the quality of his old master faience from private collections, website (www.ctcsc.org).
Wardropper, Anna-Maria and paintings. In short order Italian as well as purchasing several
Stephen Kellen Director of the Renaissance cassoni and bronze ceramic masterworks. This Sèvres Pot-pourri à Vaisseau,
Frick Collection, New York statuettes, French Limoges lecture celebrates the Frick’s Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory,
City, at the Bruce Museum, 1 enamels, and rococo furniture, new acquisitions of pottery and soft-paste porcelain, modeled
Museum Drive, Greenwich, among other objects, arrived at porcelain and reveals the role by Jean-Claude Duplessis, circa
Connecticut, from 1:15 to 3 his new home. Included with they will play in the renovations 1759, 17½" x 14⅞". The Frick
p.m., with refreshments served these were Sèvres and Chinese planned for the coming years. Collection, New York (1916.9.07)
immediately following. porcelain of the highest quality. Photo © The Frick Collection.

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Topics in recent years have

included medieval superstitions

surrounding convex mirrors,

16th-century Habsburg tastes in

Venetian vessels, and John La

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water motifs in stained glass.

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Help Writing-Arm Windsor Owned by Harriet
Beecher Stowe’s Father Up for Sale
Reward Offered for Awriting-arm Windsor chair owned
Info in Ohio Auction by Lyman Beecher (1775-1863), shipping label is affixed
father of author Harriet Beecher to the underside of the
House Burglary Stowe, will be sold at auction on chair, indicating that
January 12 at New Haven Auctions the chair traveled with
The Licking County (Ohio) Crime in New Haven, Connecticut. Lyman Beecher and his
Stoppers is offering up to a $1000 family from Connecticut to
reward for information leading to an The chair comes up in the book Cincinnati in 1832. The estimate is
arrest in a burglary in Newark. The Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Story of Her Life, $10,000/15,000.
Newark Division of Police reported written by her son Charles Edward Stowe. “One of For more information, check the
that on Saturday, October 19, 2019, at Harriet’s favorite haunts was her father’s study…. website (www.newhavenauctions.
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on North First Street and stole a gun, father’s study chair and his writing table, on which always
several pieces of jewelry, and cash. lay open before him his Cruden’s Concordance and the
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A special coding system protects the The Ebenezer Tracy writing-arm Windsor has the name
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The Wigmore Gift
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
has announced the promised gift and intelligence, and the items that objects for a discerning clientele.  Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823-1880), An
of 88 examples of American Aesthetic will be coming to the Met are true The Wigmores’ holdings, assembled Indian Summer Day on Claverack Creek, 1877-
Movement and Gilded Age decorative masterworks in all media,” added Alice 79, oil on canvas. Promised gift of Barrie A.
arts and contemporaneous paintings Cooney Frelinghuysen, the museum’s over four decades, are testimony to and Deedee Wigmore, in celebration of the
from the collection of Barrie A. and Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Curator their commitment to collecting works museum’s 150th anniversary.
Deedee Wigmore, who live with one of American Decorative Arts. of the highest quality. Their early
of the preeminent holdings of late focus on American paintings was on from the first years of the pottery’s operation
19th-century art in private hands. Aesthetic Splendor: Highlights from works by the second generation of in Cincinnati; Aesthetic Movement silver
The gift is in commemoration of the the Hudson River school—Albert made by Gorham in Providence, Rhode
museum’s 150th anniversary. the Gift of Barrie and Deedee Wigmore Bierstadt, Sanford R. Gifford, John Island; and four necklaces made by Louis
Kensett, Alfred Thompson Bricher, and Comfort Tiffany in the early years of the 20th
“In the Aesthetic Movement, art opened on December 2, 2019, in the Jervis McEntee—at a time when there century that are examples of Tiffany’s interest
infused every aspect of one’s home, museum’s American Wing in a gallery was plenty of their work available. The in semiprecious stones and enameling.
and the incredible range of objects in named for Mrs. Wigmore and devoted Wigmores bought plein-air sketches
this exceptional gift will enable the to decorative arts of the Aesthetic that had served as inspiration for large-
Met to evoke such an interior,” said Movement of the 1870s and ’80s. The scale paintings. The paintings are all
Max Hollein, director of the museum. Met’s temporary installation will evoke in gilded 19th-century frames, which
“This gift also has particular resonance the Wigmores’ scrupulously restored the artists regarded as critical to their
in the Met’s 150th anniversary year, as interiors constructed in the same presentation.
the objects represent prime examples of period, with reproduction wallpapers of
American decorative arts and paintings the same era as their collection. While The Wigmores were also early
that were created around the time a few of the works have been included collectors of furniture and artistic brass
the Met was formed. We are deeply in major exhibitions, most of those on furnishings of the 1870s and 1880s
grateful to trustee Barrie Wigmore and display have never been seen by the when the Aesthetic Movement was
his wife, Deedee, for their remarkable public.  in full flower. They concentrated on
generosity.” outstanding works by Herter Brothers
The focus of the Wigmores’ and Kimbel & Cabus of New York City
“These works represent a collection dating from the 1860s to and A. and H. Lejambre and Daniel
truly transformative gift that will the early 1890s is the period that Pabst of Philadelphia. The Wigmores
considerably enhance our strong coincides with many significant were among the first to collect art
collection by adding to areas of cultural achievements in New York brass, and their collection contains
preexisting strength and building upon City, including the founding of the Met works by the principal makers, notably
new areas of interest. The Wigmores in 1870. The enormous wealth earned the Charles Parker Company, Meriden,
have been collecting for the past four by post-Civil War industrialists and Connecticut.
decades with extraordinary discernment financiers gave rise to what is known
as the Gilded Age—a period when Their gift includes several large
highly skilled craftspeople, mainly pieces of Rookwood Pottery dating
immigrants, produced sumptuous

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Jeff R. Bridgman, Dillsburg, Pa. H. & L. Antiques, Princeton, N.J. Scott’s Antiques, Pennsylvania
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Brill’s Antiques, Newport News, Va. Jewett and Berdan, Newcastle, Me. Frank Shaia Oriental Rugs, Williamsburg, Va.
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Marc Calciano, Clifton Heights, Pa. Kelly Kinzle, New Oxford, Pa. Scott Bassoff • Sandy Jacobs, Swampscott, Ma.
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Pat and Rich Garthoeffner, Lititz, Pa. Thomasville, Pa. & Hallowell, Me. Antique Store in Wayne, Wayne, Pa.
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Continued from p. 36 identifies Pinto as one of the six Jewish silversmiths son Joseph Richardson Sr., made around 1740-55, are
working in New York City before the American documented in Martha Gandy Fales’s 1974 monograph
in order to prevent the export of American-made silver Revolution. Pinto advertised ready-made silver objects on three generations of Richardsons. Despite objections
to the West Indies. As soon as the war ended, importing such as watches, jewelry, and gold-topped canes but did to the display of wealth, Quakers formed the largest
English silver resumed. By that time England had a more not solicit orders for bespoke objects in his ads, causing contingent of Richardson’s clients. The two sugar bowls,
mechanized silver industry. Barquist to suggest that he was an importer and retailer, a tea canister, salt cellars, a covered cream pot, a very
not a maker. Pinto left no record of an apprenticeship; rare ladle of goose-egg shape with a turned wooden
Sloane reminds readers that most American silver however, the previously unrecorded porringer in the handle, a teapot, and a pair of waiters and creamer with
mirrored English silver made for the landed gentry and Zuckerberg collection is in the textbook New York City rococo chasing in the Zuckerberg collection demonstrate
merchant class, with the exception of early silver in New style and bears a mark that could belong to no one else the range of Richardson’s forms.
York, where a hybrid Dutch and English style created a in the period. Pinto married Jochabed Hays, daughter of
body of uniquely American objects in the late 17th and Judah Hays and sister to Moses Michael Hays, who was Several other silversmiths active in Philadelphia from
early 18th centuries. Zuckerberg collected silver from married to Myer Myers’s sister Rachel. Moses Michael about 1740 to 1760 made rare forms that Zuckerberg
the Colonial period, a moment of high quality in the Hays advertised for the return of silver stolen from the collected. A baluster-shape spout cup and a pair of
history of art. house of his mother, Rebecca Hays, including a silver sauceboats, often called butter boats, are by Philip
coffeepot with the maker’s mark IP. Whether it was Syng Jr. A saucepan-shaped warming pan (called a
It is surprising how few pieces survive marked by pannikin) by patriot John Leacock was used for heating
some talented silversmiths. For instance, in 1735 Joseph Could a collection of the herbal remedies and alcoholic drinks. A pair of salt
Goldthwait made an apple-shaped teapot based on a caliber of Zuckerberg’s cellars by Edmund Milne was made during the time
Chinese porcelain shape, engraved with the arms of the be put together today? when Philadelphians could no longer import English
Phillips family of Andover, Massachusetts. Unrecorded silver. A salver made by David Hall, circa 1773, for
until this publication, it is one of only 14 pieces known made by Pinto or retailed by him, the porringer owned Elizabeth Warner, who married Benjamin Shoemaker in
by this silversmith, who apparently found the lumber by Zuckerberg is ascribed to Pinto because there are no Philadelphia on May 18, 1773, has a cartouche engraved
business more lucrative than hammering silver. A pair other silversmiths in New York with those initials. by James Smither, who also signed his engraving on a
of straight-sided canns, circa 1745, made by Boston tea urn Richard Humphreys made for Charles Thompson
silversmith Knight Leverett and engraved with the arms The IP mark on a punch ladle in the Zuckerberg in 1774; it is the first evidence of Neoclassicism’s arrival
of the Bulfinch family, are two of only 16 pieces known collection is the same as that on the porringer, but in American design. An urn-shaped wine cup with an
by Leverett. He had a general retail business alongside his stylistically ladles of this shape are English and those unusual fluted bowl, circa 1790, by Richard Humphreys
silver shop. Only four silver spoons, a pair of salt cellars, made in America are virtually indistinguishable, in the Zuckerberg collection is full-blown Neoclassical
an octagonal pepper box, and a gold ring survive from according to Sloane. However, two New York punch design.
the shop of Andrew Oliver, who worked in Boston circa ladles with identical sockets support the attribution of the
1750. The salts and pepper box are in the Zuckerberg English style ladle in the Zuckerberg collection to Pinto. Sloane points out how old styles persisted in
collection. Sloane suggests that because there are only two objects Philadelphia. A sugar bowl made by Joseph Jr. and
with the IP mark (both in the Zuckerberg collection), Nathaniel Richardson during the embargo is a “Double
A pair of goblets made by Paul Revere Jr. in Boston Pinto abandoned silversmithing early in his career and Belleyed” form of the sort their father had ordered from
in 1792 for Moses Michael Hays are two of four with became an importer of luxury goods. He may have given his London Quaker wholesaler John Masterman before
the monogram of Hays (1739-1805) and his wife, Rachel up his premises in 1769 when Daniel Christian Fueter the war. In 1779 Joseph Jr. and Nathaniel Richardson
Myers (1738-1810), a younger sister of Myer Myers the moved his silversmithing business into “the House of made a rococo coffeepot for Hannah Jones and Amos
silversmith. Born in New York City, Hays inherited his Mrs. Pinto” on Bayard Street. By 1786 Pinto was living Foulke on the occasion of their marriage, and they
father’s shipping business and then moved to Newport on Pearl Street, and his death notice in 1798 described continued to make rococo coffeepots for the marriages
and joined congregation Yeshuat Israel, today known as him only as an “aged citizen.” in the Ingersoll and Wharton families in 1781 and 1786,
Touro Synagogue, where the Hayses are buried. In the respectively.
mid-19th century Abraham and Judah Touro left money Sloane’s cataloging sheds light on 18th-century shop
to restore the synagogue, founded by their grandfather, practices. A pair of candlesticks, one by Bartholomew The Richardson brothers made a cylindrical or drum-
thus its name. Le Roux (1740-1762) and the other by Thomas shaped teapot by hammering the ingot into a flat sheet
Hammersley, made for Pieter and Elizabeth De Lancey and then raising the sides up with continued concentric
During the British occupation of Newport, the Hayses in the mid-1740s were apparently part of a set of four hammering. By the mid-18th century the English had
fled to Boston, and there Hays expanded his mercantile incorrectly divided among heirs. Le Roux made one rolling mills and could make a drum-shaped teapot by
activities to include trade with China. He was also a pair, and perhaps after his death the De Lanceys wanted bending and seaming the sides into a circle and inserting
founder of the Massachusetts Bank and supported many another pair and ordered them from Hammersley, who a cutout base. Rolling mills came later to America. Paul
civic and charitable projects, including Harvard College. could have made his mold using Le Roux’s sticks or Revere had one in operation by 1785. Besides using
He was active in Freemasonry, serving as grand master English sticks of the same pattern. antiquated technology to make the drum-shaped teapot
when Revere served as deputy grand master. He was in the Zuckerberg collection, the Richardsons engraved
one of Revere’s most loyal patrons, with 25 transactions The difference between a waiter and salver is size, rococo scrolled foliate decoration on its shoulder.
recorded in Revere’s daybook. according to Sloane’s cataloging of a waiter by Ephraim The pineapple finial and beading are a nod toward
Brasher, who made two large tea trays for George Neoclassicism.
Zuckerberg has two examples of a brandewijnskom, a Washington. A salver is a large waiter. The distinction is
Dutch form of bowl with handles, made for the custom of made in a notice of theft in New York in 1757 in which The two pieces in the Zuckerberg collection from
ritualized drinking during rites of passage. Guests passed the weight of the salver was 38 ounces and the weight of a Maryland were made by William Ball, active from
these bowls by their handles, taking a draft from an round plain waiter was 16 ounces. George Washington’s 1789 to 1815. Both, unrecorded until now, are oversized
individual silver spoon. (There is a pair of these spoons salvers by Brasher are recorded in his accounts when he “double belleyed” forms with chased decoration based
by Jacob Boelen in the Zuckerberg collection.) Like most moved to Philadelphia in 1790 and are now at Mount on English coffeepots of the 1760s. A teapot in this style
of the 20 or so surviving brandy bowls made in New Vernon. by Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright, a London
York, the bowls in Zuckerberg’s collection have floral partnership active from 1757 to 1773, was owned by
decoration. The two brandy bowls in the Zuckerberg Daniel Christian Fueter, a talented Swiss-born the wealthy Charles Carroll of Baltimore. Ball, known
collection are by Cornelius Vander Burch and Gerrit silversmith who worked in New York for just 15 years for work in the Neoclassical style, chose to make these
Onckelbag. The brandy bowl by Onckelbag is nearly from 1754 to 1769, made a double-bellied coffeepot and two pots in the style of the previous generation, perhaps
identical to one made by Benjamin Wynkoop (now at a pear-shaped teapot in the Zuckerberg collection. Both to match existing pieces. These vessels are larger than
the Museum of the City of New York), and they are of have Fueter’s signature calyx (petals of a flower); the their English counterparts. Sloane reminds readers that
the same size and weight and with cast handles. Sloane teapot’s calyx is where the lower handle joins, and the Baltimore was a boom town in 1790, and vessels like
suggests they may have subcontracted the bowls to the coffeepot’s calyx is under its oversized bud finial. Fueter these display considerable wealth.
same specialist caster and chaser and that the marks are developed a close relationship with Myer Myers; the
those of the retailers. The bowl by Onckelbag was made craftsmen shared designs and castings and even clients. At the back of the book Sloane includes a bibliography,
circa 1700 for John Harris, a baker and boulter (a sifter of a list of exhibitions and institutions cited in her text,
flour). Sloane explains that New York had a monopoly on There are more than a dozen pieces by Myer Myers and photographs of maker’s marks found on the 149
processing flour for export to the West Indies. Harris was in the Zuckerberg collection, 15 in all counting pairs pieces illustrated: all the tools a collector needs. Could a
born in Albany but moved to New York City to pursue individually: a sugar bowl, a pair of salt cellars, a collection of the caliber of Zuckerberg’s be put together
his trade and quickly became Anglicized. His daughter coffeepot, a Dutch-style brazier, two casters, a teaspoon, today? Not in a hurry. It took him 45 years.
married into the Smith family, and the bowl descended a salt shovel, a bowl, a salver, a pair of sauceboats, and
to Harris’s great-granddaughter Mary Smith; she married two soup ladles. Now only a trickle of 17th- and 18th-century silver
Judge Elisha Boudinot, whose brother Elias was a appears in the marketplace. Occasionally there is a
member of the Continental Congress. Family tradition Silver made in Philadelphia and Maryland is not discovery of a major piece that has descended in the
says that George Washington and Alexander Hamilton forgotten. The Pennsylvania section begins with a cann family of the original owner, but little early church silver
were served from this bowl at Mary Smith’s wedding by Johannis Nys, a New York craftsman who brought is offered for sale these days. What is available in some
and that Lafayette drank from it at the Boudinot house in the Dutch taste to Philadelphia. In 1740 Peter David, quantity is late 18th- and early 19th-century American
Newark in the 1780s. who trained in New York City, made a porringer with a silver that should appeal to today’s aesthetic, and it is
New York handle. His son and grandson carried on his modestly priced.
Zuckerberg also collected silver made by New York trade, continuing the Huguenot influence on Philadelphia
silversmiths of Huguenot origin, including a presentation silver. Artistry & Enterprise is the third good book on
cup in the English Baroque taste by Charles Le Roux. A American silver to be published recently. Elias Pelletreau:
covered porringer by Le Roux in a characteristic New Francis Richardson, the progenitor of two generations Long Island Silversmith and Entrepreneur, 1726-1810,
York style has a handle pattern with three large piercings, of Philadelphia silversmiths, was born in New York but published by Preservation Long Island, and American
a pattern also used by his contemporaries that has no trained in New England. The smallworker’s mark on a Silver in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, published by
antecedents in Europe. teaspoon in the Zuckerberg collection is unrecorded, the PMA and Yale University Press, are the other two.
but the spoon matches three examples firmly attributed They all bring recent scholarship up to date and should
Another porringer with a similar handle in the to Francis Richardson. The seven pieces of silver by his inspire a new generation of collectors.
Zuckerberg collection has an IP touchmark attributed
to Joseph Pinto. David Barquist in his 2001 book
Myer Myers: Jewish Silversmith in Colonial New York

50 Maine Antique Digest, January 2020


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