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Stoneware Jar
100310_041
Catlettsburg Kentucky Stoneware Company
Eight Gallon Capacity, circa 1875
Ref. No. 100310_041
Bayless McCarthey Stoneware Churn
091112_105
Made in southwestern Pennsylvania, probably by James Hamilton Company
Three gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_105
Stoneware Jar
091112_089
Maker: JH Miller
Three gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_089
Inlaid Games Table
100512_027
Unknown maker
Primary wood: Cherry, secondary wood: yellow pine
29¾" high, 36½" wide, 18 1/8" deep (36¼" with leaf extended)
Ref. No. 100512_027
Rocking Chair with Arms
100512_061
Browning Family from Anderson and Spencer Counties of Kentucky
Maple and Hickory
Adult size
Ref. No. 100512_061
Jackson Press
100308_008
Attributed to Robert Wilson or a contemporary working in or near Lexington, Kentucky (Wilson was working 1792-1825)
Primary wood: cherry
89¾“ h x 41“ w x 20“ d
Ref. No. 100308_008
Map of Howard’s Creek on the Kentucky River
081219_047
Robert Parker (1760-1800)
Ink and pencil on laid paper
15 ½”h by 12 ½”w
Ref. No. 081219_047
Untitled Venetian Scene
100517_004
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1924-1981)
Casein and oil on masonite
9" x 13 7/8" image (14 3/8" x 19¼" frame)
Ref. No. 100517_004
Handled Silver Repoussed Cup and Spoon
100310_018
Maker: Gorham
Coin silver
3 7/8" high
Ref. No. 100310_018
An Urban Back-yard Landscape
070320_029
Artist: Paul Plaschke, 1880-1954
30” x 36” image size (33 ½” x 39 ¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_029
Silver Fair Premium Beaker
100310_016
Maker: Edward and David Kinsey, 1844-1861
Coin silver
3 1/4" high
Ref. No. 100310_016
Untitled landscape
091112_026
Artist: Robert Burns Wilson (1850-1916)
Pastel and watercolor on paper
7-5/8" x 10¼" sight size (15-½" x 18-1/8" frame)
Ref. No. 091112_026
Winter Landscape
091117_002
Artist: Robert S. Duncanson, 1821-1872
(middle initial signifies Seldon, inaccurately assumed Scott in 20th century literature)
Oil on canvas
24” x 36” canvas size
Ref. No. 091117_002
Serpentine Document Chest
070110_025
Artist: William Watson Porter, working in Bourbon County, Kentucky
Primary wood: cherry, Secondary wood: poplar
11-1/8" high, 15" wide, 8" deep
Ref. No. 070110_025
Old Covered Bridge at Frankfort, Kentucky, c. 1910
080811_176
Artist: Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Watercolor on heavy paper
12" x 16" image (24 5/8" x 29 5/8" frame)
Ref. No. 080811_176
Lion
110613_010
Artist: Henry Faulkner, (1924–1981)
Casein and oil on masonite, circa 1970
7" x 5" image size (9¾" x7 ¾" frame)
Ref. No. 110613_010
Portrait of Bull Lea
100517_019
Artist: H.C. Abney 1938
Hand colored photograph
Image size 16” x 19¼” (frame size 22½” x 25¾”)
Ref. No. 100517_019
Still Life Of Day Lilies
070320_035
Artist: Gladys Wilson McAdams, 1890-1958
Oil on canvas
30” x 25” image size (34½” x 29½” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_035
Three Tolson People Figures
070320_268
Artists: Edgar Tolson (1904-1984) and Donny Tolson (living)
Carved poplar figures
Woman with snake 12¼” tall, Woman in toga 13¾” tall, Man 13¼” tall
Ref. No. 070320_268
Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton's Family Mourning Ring
110613_037

(Mrs. Alexander Hamilton)

Unknown American Maker
Gold and Enamel with Encased Tuft of Hair, Dated July 12th 1804
Ref. No. 110613_037
Untitled Fall Landscape
070320_068
Artist: Paul Sawyier, 1865-1917
Oil on canvas
20" x 24" image (25" x 29" frame)
Ref. No. 070320_068
Man Sitting Beside A Saw
070425_007
Artist: Thomas Waterman Wood, 1823-1903
Gouache and watercolor on toned paper
13 ½”x 9 3/8” image sight size (21 5/8”x 16 5/8” frame size)
Ref. No. 070425_007
The Letter from God
070320_050
Artist: Henry Faulkner, 1924-1981
Casein and oil on masonite
19” x 15” image size (27” x 23” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_050
Sugar Chest
100308_003
Unknown maker
Primary wood: cherry Secondary wood: poplar
37" w by 27¼" h by 16½" d
Ref. No. 100308_003
Self-Portrait Of The Artist With Pipe And Paint Brush
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Artist: Paul Plaschke, 1880-1954
Oil on canvas
36¼” x 30” image size (41 7/8” x 35¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_006
Federal Inlaid Block Front Bureau
100308_030
Unknown maker
Primary wood: cherry  Secondary wood: poplar
46¾” high, 41¾” wide, 24½” deep
Ref. No. 100308_030
Paint Decorated Blanket Box
100308_031
Unknown maker
Soft conifer, presumably white pine
14” high, 38½” wide, 15½” deep
Ref. No. 100308_031
Kentucky Cherry Block & Serpentined Front Work Table
131126_009
Probably Clark or Montgomery County Kentucky
Cherry & Maple with Poplar Secondary Woods
Top is 19¾” deep  x  20¾” wide.  Height  29¼”
Ref. No. 131126_009
Stoneware Jar
091112_107
Maker: JH Miller
Two gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_107
Stoneware Jug for the Jackson Campaign
091112_054
Potted by John Schermerhorn or a contemporary working in or near Richmond, Virginia
Three gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_054
Broadside of Horse
100818_044
Printer: J S Potter, Boston, Mass.
Inked Newsprint
Image size 18½" x 12”
Ref. No. 100818_044
Hemp Breaker Watercolor
150519_023
Artist: Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Watercolor on heavy paper
Image sight size 13” x 20”  framed to 24” x 31¾”
Ref. No. 150519_023
Profile Bust Plaque of Henry Clay
081105_043
Artist unknown
Cast plaster
10 3/8” h by 9¾” w overall
Ref. No. 081105_043
A Unicorn
070320_133
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928 -1981)
Casein and oil on masonite
24½” h by 15¼”w image (29” by 19 ¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_133
Perhaps Carmel, California
150519_030
Artist: Henry Faulkner (1924-1981)
Oil and casein on artist board
10” x 7½” framed to 15¼” x 12¼”
Ref. No. 150519_030
A Boy Holding An Owl
070320_031
Artist: Marshall H. Lane
Oil on canvas
36¼” x 32” image size
Ref. No. 070320_031
Coin Silver Tableware
150519_062 Maker: Antoine Danjean
Coin Silver
Ladle 14¼”    Spoons 8 7/8”
Ref. No. 150519_062
Two Paintings Of A Fox Hunt
100818_002
Artist: William Henry Buck working in Louisiana, 1840-1888
Oil on canvas
Image size 23¾”x 34¼”
Ref. no. 100818_002
Hamburg Belle Setting World Record
100517_021
Unknown photographer
Silver print photographic image from 1909
Image size 20” x 40”  (frame size 25” x 45-3/8”)
Ref. No. 100517_021
Silver Beaker
100310_010
Retailed by William Kendrick
Coin silver
3 3/4" high
Ref. No. 100310_010
Vase
100517_034
Mountain Handicraft WACO, KY. 36(1930-1933)
Slip glazed stoneware
7- 7/8" tall
Ref. No. 100517_034
Rebekah Ewer
100517_037
Mountain Handicraft Waco, KY.(1930-1933)
Slip glazed stoneware
8" tall
Ref. No. 100517_037
Cream Pitcher
100517_052
HAND MADE WACO KY(1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
4¼" tall
Ref. No. 100517_052

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