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Henri Muller, Croismare Cameo Glass Bottle Vase
Henri Muller, Croismare Cameo Glass Bottle Vase\nMuller Freres (French, 1895-1933). A cameo art glass vase of bottle form with tonal flowers on a translucent ground. Marked to underside for Henri Muller "H Muller Croismare" over a butterfly and "Pres Nancy". Approximate height 6.375", diameter 4.5". Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Important Church Family Cherry Highboy
Important Church Family Cherry Highboy\nAmerican, Late 18th century. Important Church family Queen Anne cherry highboy or high chest of drawers in two parts, possibly Wethersfield School, the upper case having a flat top over an arrangement of four small drawers and an upper central drawer fronted by a carved fan over four long graduated drawers, the lower case with short deep drawers flanking a fan carved deep drawer over a scalloped apron raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. The drawer arrangement and detailed fan carving is traditional to the Wethersfield, CT school (Connecticut Valley Furniture, by Thomas Kugelman, 2005). Height 70", width 39.5", depth 19". Provenance: This highboy was the property of Oliver K. Church and features a history of ownership by the Church Family of Hartford, Connecticut and Middlefield, Massachusetts. All of the Middlefield families by the name of Church were descendants of Richard Church, the emigrant ancestor who in the 1630s was one of the early settlers of Hartford, Connecticut. Throughout the 19th century, the Church families were involved in the manufacture of woolen textiles in the mills of Factory Village of Middlefield, Massachusetts. The owner of this highboy has traced her Church family tree through the past two and a half centuries. (A History of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, by Edward Church Smith, 1924 and A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut, by Benjamin Marshall, 1922). Until recently, this high chest had been housed in the infamous "The Big House" built in 1869, located in Middlefield Massachusetts (see photo #10). Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
American Empire Mahogany & Gilt Wall Clock
American Empire Mahogany & Gilt Wall Clock\nBirge & Fuller (American (Bristol, Connecticut), 19th century. Empire mahogany wood triple decker shelf clock with gilt winged eagle at top on crest above cream colored clock face with Roman numerals on dial accented with hand painted pink flowers in corners above landscape scene of Mt. Vernon above glazed hinged door with pendulum. Approximate height 36.5", width 15.75", depth 5.25". Please consult the additional photos provided and ask all pertinent questions (i.e. condition, size, shipping, etc.) for more information on this lot prior to bidding by emailing Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Four 18th Century English Dining Chairs
Four 18th Century English Dining Chairs\nEnglish. Circa 1780. Matched set of four side dining chairs, each with arched crestrail above pierced splats incorporating Prince of Wales feathered back with upholstered seat on square tapering chamfered molded supports on recessed box stretcher base. Height 36.5", width 19", seat depth 15.75", seat height 18.75". Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Pair of Harvey Probber Ebony & Brass Nightstands
Pair of Harvey Probber Ebony & Brass Nightstands\nAmerican, circa 1960s. Matched pair of Harvey Probber ebony with brass molding nightstands, bedside cabinets or side cabinets in rectangular form with single long drawer over a pair of doors, each with metal pulls, raised on a plinth base. Marked to the interior top drawer with metal tag for Harvey Probber, Fall River, Massachusetts. Approximate height 25.5", with 36", depth 17.75". Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
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