Still Life of a Basket of Fruit
Unknown American Artist
Second quarter of the 19th century
Oil on canvas
17 7/8” x 25 7/8” (Framed to 26½” x 34½”)
Ref. No. 150519_020

Silver Mounted Inscribed Beaker
Unknown Artist
Cattle horn and silver alloy
4 5/8” high
Ref. No. 100310_006

Two Watercolor Miniatures
Artist: Elizabeth Cross
Watercolor on paper
Woman: 3¾” x 2½”    Man: 3¾” x 2 3/8”
Ref. No. 150519_070

Pair of Oil Portraits
Artist: R. B. Crafft
Oil on canvas
Woman: 37½” x 29½” (frame size 44½” x 36¾”)
Man: 35 7/8” x 28” (frame size  43¾” x 35¾”)
Ref. No. 150519_003

Stoneware Jar with Incised Elephant Design
Ohio River Valley Origin
Two gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_064

Engraved Powder Horn
Possibly of Native American origin
Cattle horn
5¾” long as the crow flies
Ref. No. 081105_038

Cast Iron Horse Head
Unknown Maker
Cast Iron
14½” height
Ref. No. kit08

Great Blue Heron Sheet Copper Weathervane
Unknown American Maker
Second half of 19th century 
Sheet copper
60½” from beak to wing tip, 24” from peak to base of ball
Ref. No. 150519_102

Horse & Jockey Weathervane
American, probably 4th quarter of the 19th century
33¼” length from tips of tail and front right hoof; 18″ high from front left ankle to rider’s hat; approximately 3¼” wide at horse’s breast
Ref. No. 110613_062

Carved Figural Cane Midwestern or Southern
Unknown Artist
Dated 1844
Appears visually to be poplar
Ref. No. 150519_076

Blac Hawk Powder Horn
Maker: Tim Tansel
Cattle Horn & Ink
15½” following the curve
Ref. No. kit04

Banner Bearing Coat of Arms for the State of Mississippi
Artist: Unknown
Oil on Canvas Scrolled to a Wooden Rod
63″ x 55″
Ref. No. kit15

Banner Bearing Coat of Arms for the State of Pennsylvania 
Artist: Unknown
Oil on Canvas Scrolled to a Wooden Road
57″ x 46″
Ref. No. kit16

Portrait of the Thoroughbred Kentucky
Artist: Edward Troye, 1808-1874
Oil on canvas
31” x 38¾” image size (38” x 45¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_002

Florida Beach Scene
Artist: Robert Burns Wilson (1850-1916)
Watercolor and gouache on paper
12-3/8″ x 21-¾” unframed
Ref. No. 080811_178

W.L.A. Leather and Iron Fire Bucket
Attributed to Lexington, Kentucky, 1820–1821
W. Dukehalt / Balt. 
9-3/8″ dia. at top, 10-5/8″ tall excluding swing handle
Ref. No. 110613_058

Salesman Samples of Furniture Moldings
Maker: R__ C Francis ___, Fulton __, NJ
Deer Hide, Hard Wood, and Textile Ribbon
63” length with 6¾” long samples
Ref. No. kit12

Shagreen Tea Caddy
Maker: Unknown
Shagreen (shark or ray skin), Wood, Velvet, and Sterling Silver
8½” height, 12½” width, 5½” deep
Ref. No. kit11

Set of Five Split-Bottom Chairs
Maker: John Rogers from Ruddles Mill, Kentucky
Maple and Hickory
Adult size
Ref. No. 100512_022

Secretary & Bookcase
Unknown maker
Primary wood: cherry Secondary wood: poplar
49″ width, 95″ height, 24-5/8″ depth
Ref. No. 100308_015

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