Scrimshaw Jagging Wheel (Bone) – American 19th Century, Bird motif prongs holding the wheel. Provenance Eldreds, Cape Cod- from a Massachusetts collection originating on Nantucket. Condition good. Tight age crack length of handle. Length 5.5″
Totem (Wood) – 20th century. Northwest coast style totem in pine. Raven, frog, bird, and others topped by a whale’s tail. Polychrome paint in rich colors. Condition very good. Height 65″.
Charles Limbert, Mission Rocker (Wood) – American, Early 21st century. Oak and leather rocker. Stamped under arm. Label on seat cushion #670, Limberts Arts and Crafts, Charles P. Limbert Company. Condition Very good. Height: 42″, Depth 30″ , Width 29″ Other Notes: Charles P. Limbert (1854-1923) and was a contemporary of Gustav Stickley. After learning the furniture business with his father in Akron, Ohio, he established his own furniture factory in 1902 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, designing and building what he termed “Dutch Arts and Crafts Style” furniture.
Three Tier Shelf (Wood)Three Tier Wood Shelf – thought to be sassafras. Good condition. Some chips to shelf faces. Height 29.75″, Width 30.25″, Depth 6″
Mallard Andiorns – Pair of Cast Iron Mallard Duck Andirons, nice used surface with traces of Polychrome Paint. Very good used condition. ht. 10 3/4, wd. 14 1/4, lg. 19 3/4 in.
Mahogany Checkerboard (Wood) – American late 19th to early 20th century, Painted Mahogany Checker Board. Wells on sides hold replacement turned wood playing pieces, 13.25″ x 11″
Polar Dry Sink – Circa 1840 Polar Dry Sink. Lift top over two half-drawers with two paneled cupboard doors below. Good refinished condition. Tight age crack to one door. Height 38 .25″, Width 44″, Depth 18.25″
Eagle Weathervane (Copper) – Circa 1930 hammered Eagle Weathervane, intended for use on a flagpole or cupola. On wooded base, nice patina, appears to be copper. Condition excellent. 17.5 Long 25″ wingspan, 23″ High from bottom of base.
We specialize in 20th and 21st century American fine art and folk art, having a particular interest in American impressionism, wildlife bronzes, decorative songbirds, and shore bird decoys. Gallery owner Sally Caverly has over 25 years of experience collecting art. This field experience combines with her B.A degree in marketing, a master’s degree in education and work experience as Market Research Division Director of a major publishing house.