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Train Approaching a Pass
Carl Christian Brenner
Oil on canvas
26 ¼” x 46 ¼” image size (30 ½” x 50 ½” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_042

A View of Col. Owens Furnace
Artist: George Beck, 1748-1812
Gouache and watercolor on paper
17” x 23” image size (22 ¾” x 28 ¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_153

Evening View of Irvine, Kentucky, c. 1910
Artist: Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Watercolor on heavy paper
14″ x 20″ image (23½” x 30″ frame)
Ref. No. 070320_186

A Still Life of Flowers in a Black Vase
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928 -1981)
Casein and oil on masonite
20” h by 16” w image (25 ¼” by 21 ¼” frame size)
Ref. No. 080811_151

Woman in Red Dress
Artist: Edgar Tolson, 1904-1984
Carved and polychrome poplar figure on stand
12-1/8″ tall inclusive of 5/8″ high stand
Ref. No. 081219_049

Water Lily Water Pitcher, circa 1855
Maker: Baldwin & Company, Newark, New Jersey
Coin silver
11-1/8″ high to top of handle with little more than a half-gallon capacity
Ref. No. 100310_002

Pair of Silver Beakers
William Poindexter, 1818-1884
Coin silver
3½” high
Ref. No. 100310_004

Silver Fair Premium Beaker
Maker: Edward Kinsey, 1810-1865
Coin silver
3¾” high
Ref. No. 100310_007

Silver Beaker
Maker: Asa Blanchard, circa 1770 – 1838
Coin silver
3-3/8″ high
Ref. No. 100310_009

Handled Silver Beaker
Maker: James I. Lemon (working 1828-1869)
Coin silver
2-7/8″ high
Ref. No. 100310_013

Handled Silver Beaker
Unknown maker
Coin silver
3-1/8″ high
Ref. No. 100310_015

Six Coin Silver Spoons
Maker: David Kinsey and Company, 1819-1874
Tablespoon
Ref. No. 100310_029

Coin Silver Teaspoon
Maker: Asa Blanchard (circa 1770-1838)
Ref. No. 100310_032

Five Coin Silver Dessert Spoons
Maker: George Washington Donigan, (1776–1859)
Working in Nashville, TN 1845–1860
6-15/16″ length
Ref. No. 110613_047

Coin Silver Sugar Tongs
Maker: Evans C. Beard, (1796–1864),
circa 1825-1840 Louisville, Kentucky
6-5/8″ length
Ref. No. 110613_052

Coin Silver Teaspoons – Set of Four
Maker: Antoine Oneille, (1764–1820)
Detroit, MI 1797–1803; Vincennes, IN 1803–1817; St. Louis, MO, 1817–1820
5-7/8″ length
Ref. No. 100512_059

Blanket Chest
Unknown maker
Primary woods: butternut and maple Secondary wood: poplar
37″ w by 36½” h by 20″ d
Ref. No. 100308_002

George III Games Table
Unknown maker
Primary wood: oak
27” high, 30” wide, 18¼” deep, 36½” deep with top extended
Ref. No. 100512_021

Huntboard
Unknown maker
Walnut primary and secondary woods with fruitwood and walnut veneers
40¾” high, 61” wide, 22¼” deep
Ref. No. 100512_029

Blanket Box
Unknown maker, attributed to Bourbon County, Kentucky
Primary wood: walnut Secondary wood: walnut and oak
21½ ” h x 47¾ ” w x 21 3/8″ d
Ref. No. 100512_036

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