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Portrait of a Woman by John James Audubon
Artist: John James Audubon (1785-1851)
Charcoal and Pencil on a Black Painted Ground
5 3/8” x 4 3/8” paper size

Vivid Watercolor by Sawyier
Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Circa 1910
Watercolor on Paper
7” x 11”

Carved Deer Head Mount
Artist Unknown
Carved and Painted Wood. Deer antlers and patch of hide.
25” x 13” x 11”
kit38

Watercolor Miniature by Elizabeth Cross
Dated 1830
Watercolor on paper
3¾” x 2 3/8”
Ref. No. 150519_070

The Jockey, Fred Taral (1867-1925)
Artist – unknown in 1897
Albumen photographic image
Image size 8” x 5” (framed 13½” x 10½”)
Ref. No. 100517_013

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

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

A Fine Earthenware Eagle
Oil on a Soft Conifer Panel
Artist Unknown
14 3/4” x 20”
Ref. No. kit45

Portrait of a Goat at Home
Oil on a Soft Conifer Panel
Artist Unknown
14 3/4” x 20”
Ref. No. kit45

Mill Scene
Artist: J.F. Whiting
Oil on Canvas
13 3/4″ x 19 3/8″ image size
ref. no. kit31

Rustic Sewer Tile Tree Stump Vase with Attached Squirrel
Artist: J.H. Bell
Sewer Tile
6 1/4″ tall
Ref. No. kit24

Portrait of Randal Davies
Artist: James Thomas Poindexter (1832-1891)
Oil on canvas
Image size 30” x 25” (framed 37” x 32”)
Ref. No. 100308_039

Portrait of a Young Man
Artist: S. Knight
Oil on stretched canvas
10” high by 8½ ” wide
Ref. No. 080811_173

Bone Head Doll
Gary Birch (1946- living)
Made at Milford, Ohio in 1995
Deer skull, burl hardwood, cotton cloth. metallic pins and twine
18” articulated figure.

Portrait of the Steers Mastadon and Bald Knob
Carl Freigau del. 1876 (1849- ? )
Working in Dayton, Ohio
Watercolor on paper 23” x 28” framed to 32” x37”

Small Blue Bybee Urn
Genuine Bybee (1922-1926)
Slip glazed stoneware
5-5/8″ tall, 6¾” diameter
Ref. No. 100517_067

Green Bybee Vase
Genuine Bybee (1922-1926)
Slip glazed stoneware
9¾” tall
Ref. No. 100517_063

HAND MADE Waco (1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
7-7/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_043

Bayless McCarthy Louisville KY Stoneware Jug
Eagle Pottery
Cobalt Blue Decorated Stoneware
2 Gallon Capacity, 14 1/2″ tall
ref. no. kit13

Nine Coin Silver Teaspoons
Marked S.ROBB, Chillicothe, Ohio, Circa 1830–1840
5-7/8″ length
Ref. No. 110613_045

Coin Silver Ladle
Maker: Samuel Best, (1776–1859) circa 1810–1820
1801-1802 Paris, KY; 1802-1818 Cincinnati, OH; 1818–1859 Rising Sun, IN
6-5/8″ length
Ref. No. 110613_039

Creek Scene
Artist: David Lucas (1948-present)
Oil on canvas board framed with “DL” monogram
Framed to 8 3/4″ x 10 3/4″
ref. no. kit30

Carved Walnut Beehive Plaque
Carved Walnut
Artist Unknown
15 1/2″ diameter
Ref. No. kit46

Portrait of a Woman by John James Audubon
Artist: John James Audubon (1785-1851)
Charcoal and Pencil on a Black Painted Ground
5 3/8” x 4 3/8” paper size
Ref. No. kit77

Blue Waco Vase
HAND MADE Waco (1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
7-7/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_043

Henry Faulkner’s Amalfi, Italy
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1924-1981)
17″ x 21″
Ref. No. Kit60

Painted Terra Cotta Fox Head
Artist: Albert Schmidt
6 1/4″ diameter, 6 3/4″ high
Last quarter 19th century
Ref. No. kit76

Bayless McCarthy Louisville KY Stoneware Jug
Eagle Pottery
Cobalt Blue Decorated Stoneware
2 Gallon Capacity, 14 1/2″ tall
ref. no. kit13

A Garden Harvest, Oil Painting
Artist: Helen Turner (1858-1958)
Circa 1907
Oil on canvas
13” x 10”
Ref. No. 150519_026

Riverside Park (Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn)
Artist: Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Created in the late Autumn of 1913
Oil on academy board signed to viewers lower left
Size: 9″ x 12″ , (frame size 16½” x 19½”)
Ref. No. 171208_002

“June Day” Frankfort Ky.
Artist: Paul Plaschke (1880-1954)
Oil on Canvas Board
23″ x 30″ framed to 30 5/8″ x 35 5/8″
Ref. no. kit37

Carved and Gilded Eagle
Unknown maker
Eagle 32″ tall, 88″ high with stand
Ref. No. 100308_010

Ethan Allen Horse Weathervane
Origin: New York City
Maker: JW Fisk
17 1/2″ height, 32″ length
Ref. No. kit72

Model of a Paddle-Wheeler
Unknown Maker
Wood, Nails, Metal & Paint
29” High x 55” x 18”

Coin Silver Teaspoon
Samuel Ayres
Coin Silver
5¾” length
Ref. No. kit06

Richmond, Virginia Coin Silver Soup Ladle
William McCay
12 1/2” length
1800-1805
Ref. No. kit50

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

Still Life by Henry Faulkner
Henry Faulkner (1924-1981)
Casein & Oil on Masonite
10” x 12” Image size framed 13 3/8” x15 1/8”
Ref. # Kit61

 

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

Carved Garden Board
Artist: Cyrus – Campbell
Unidentified Soft Wood
12 1/2″ x 16 3/8″ x 12 5/8″
Ref. no. kit09

Green Waco Bud Vase
Mountain Handicraft WACO, KY. (1930-1933)
Slip glazed stoneware
3 7/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_049

Dessert Spoon
Maker: Samuel Bell (1798-1881)
Coin Silver
7¼” length
Ref. No. kit05

Paint Decorated Poplar Storage Chest
Almost Certainly African American Southern States Origin
23 3/4” x  37” x 17”
Ref. No. kit49

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

Holiday Ave. in Blue
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein & Oil on Masonite
11″ x 14″
Ref. No. kit01

Lions of Judah
Carved and Painted Mahogany 
Likely Midwestern American Origin
37” x 26” x 4” (measured diagonally)
Ref. No. kit48

Old Green Pie Safe
Poplar, A Soft Conifer (likely white pine), & Indented Sheet Metal
Unknown American Origin
66 3/4” H. x  51” x 25 1/4”
Ref. No  kit47

Four Table Gardening Scenes
Artist: David Lucas (1948-present)
Oil on canvas board framed with “DL” monogram
Images approximate 4″ x 6″ or 6″ x 4″
ref. no. kit29

Young Couple Adrift
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein & Oil on Masonite
9 3/4″ by 12 5/8″
Ref. No. kit23

Coin Silver Dog Collar
Maker: Stevens, N.Y.C.
Late 1860s Coin Silver
6½” dia. as imaged with the capability to extend 2½” more
Ref. No. 150519_059

Nine Teaspoons
Maker: Asa Blanchard (circa 1770 – 1838)
Coin Silver
Ref. No. kit03

Haida Belt Buckle
Artist Unknown
Silver, Abalone, Gold
2″ x 3⅛”
Ref. No. kit17

“The First Set”
Stevengraph
Power loomed Silk Thread Embroidery
2″ x 6″ sight size framed to 7″ x 8 3/4″
ref. no. kit28

Carved Garden Board
Artist: Cyrus – Campbell
Unidentified Soft Wood
12 1/2″ x 16 3/8″ x 12 5/8″
Ref. no. kit09

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

Pig Painting
Artist: Unknown
Oil on stretched canvas
12⅛” x 16⅛” framed to 14″ x 18″
Ref. No. kit14

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

Pipe Tomahawk
Unknown Maker
Wrought Iron (pewter or  lead) & Wood (ash or hickory)
Head 7″ length, Haft 17″
ref. no. kit07

Brass Teapot
Artist: “MF’D BY E. LEWIS & Co. LEXINGTON KY”
Brass with Copper Rivets at Handle Points
7 3/4″ with handle extended, pot 5 1/8″ diameter

View of the Hermitage Distillery at Frankfort, Kentucky
Artist unknown, circa 1880
Chromolithographed central image with reverse paint under glass surround
27″ x 35¼” image (33½” x 41″frame)
Ref. No. 091112_033

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

Harrison’s Heart Orange
Artist Unknown
Sheet Metal & Paint
14 1/4″ diameter
Ref. No. kit27

Church of St. Joseph Standing in Piazza IX Aprile, Taormina, Italy

Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein and Oil on Masonite
25″ x 19″
Ref. No. kit02

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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