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Lot  1

A FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER BEAKER, FREDERICK BASSETT, NEW YORK, ACTIVE 1761-1800.  Of slightly tapering cylindrical form raised on a step molded foot. The inside bottom with stamped maker’s mark. Height 4.6 inches (11.7 cm).

Estimate: $800 - 1,200  € 720 - 1,080
 
Lot  2

A GOOD EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER HANDLED MUG, THOMAS BOARDMAN, HARTFORD, CT, CIRCA 1825.  Of slightly tapered cylindrical form with everted lip. Scissor handle and raised on a short foot rim. The bottom stamped “TD&SB”. Height 4.25 inches (10.8 cm).

Estimate: $200 - 400  € 180 - 360
 
Lot  3

A LARGE EARLY AMERICAN HANDLED PEWTER MUG, SAMUEL HAMLIN, PROVIDENCE, RI, ACTIVE 1767-1801.  Of tapering cylindrical form with everted fluted rim, applied S scroll handle and raised on a short foot rim. The side with stamped hallmarks. Height 5.8 inches (15 cm).

Estimate: $800 - 1,200  € 720 - 1,080
 
Lot  4

A VERY FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER FLAGON, THOMAS BOARDMAN, HARTFORD, CT, CIRCA 1820-1840.  Of cylindrical form with hinged domed cover, and scrolled thumb piece surmounting an S curved handle raised on a fluted foot rim. The bottom with circular eagle hallmark. Height 8.1 inches (20.6 cm).

Estimate: $800 - 1,200  € 720 - 1,080
 
Lot  5

A VERY FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER CREAMER, ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM WILL, PHILADELPHIA, PA, CIRCA 1764-1798.  Of bulbous form below a wide flared rim and spout with double scroll handle raised on a pedestal with beaded foot rim. Height 4.25 inches (10.8 cm).

Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000  € 1,800 - 2,700
 
Lot  6

A GOOD ENGLISH GEORGE II PEWTER TEAPOT, SAMUEL ELLIS, LONDON, 1750.  Of squat Queen Anne style with domed hinged lid, carved wood handle, and raised on three trifid feet. The shoulder inscribed “M*N”. The base with stamped hallmark. Height 6 inches (5.3 cm).

Estimate: $800 - 1,200  € 720 - 1,080
 
Lot  7

A LARGE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER FLAGON, THOMAS BOARDMAN, HARTFORD, CT, CIRCA 1820-1835.  The two quart flagon with double dome lid terminating with an urn form finial surmounting a double scroll handle raised on a flared fluted rim. The base stamped “TD&SB” and “TD Boardman”. Height 13.8 inches (35 cm).

Estimate: $600 - 900  € 540 - 810
 
Lot  8

A FINE PAIR OF EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER PORRINGERS, GERSHOM JONES, PROVIDENCE, RI, CIRCA 1774-1809 AND SAMUEL HAMLIN, PROVIDENCE, RI, 1790-1800.  Each with reticulated flower form handle and stamped hallmark. Length 7.75 inches (19.8 cm), diameter 5.5 inches (14 cm).

Estimate: $600 - 900  € 540 - 810
 
Lot  9

AN ASSEMBLED SET OF SEVEN IRISH PEWTER HARVESTER MEASURES, CIRCA 1828-1833.  Comprising a one gallon, ½ gallon, quart, pint, 1/2 pint, noggin, ½ noggin. The largest height 11.6 inches (29.5 cm).

Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500  € 1,350 - 2,250
 
Lot  10

A PAIR OF FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER PORRINGERS. Comprising a Hartford or New London, CT, last half of the 18th century. With double dolphin handle and a David Melville, New Port, RI, 1755-1793, with reticulated flower handle. Length 8.5 inches and 7.75 inches (21 and 19.8 cm).

Estimate: $400 - 600  € 360 - 540
 
Lot  11

AN EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER FLAGON AND CHALICE OR COMMUNION SET, THOMAS BOARDMAN, HARTFORD, CT, CIRCA 1820-1835.  Comprising a 12 inch lidded flagon and two 7 inch footed goblets. The flagon with circular eagle mark and the goblets apparently unmarked.

Estimate: $800 - 1,200  € 720 - 1,080
 
Lot  12

A GROUP OF NINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES AND CHARGER, THOMAS BOARDMAN, HARTFORD, CT, CIRCA 1820-1840.  An assembled set comprising six 7.6 inch plates, two 9.3 inch plates, and one 13.1 inch deep well charger. Each with various Boardman back stamps.

Estimate: $400 - 600  € 360 - 540
 
Lot  13

A FOUR PIECE EARLY AMERICAN AND GEORGIAN PEWTER GROUP.  Including two salts, one attributed to William Will, late 18th century, an Edward Quick, London, mid-18th century cream jug with trifid feet and double scroll handle and a bullet shaped castor with beading. The tallest 4 inches (10.2 cm).

Estimate: $300 - 500  € 270 - 450
 
Lot  14

THREE EARLY AMERICAN PORRINGERS.  Comprising a William Calder, Providence, RI, early 19th century; a Samuel Hamilton, Jr., Providence, RI, early 19th century; and a Richard Lee, circa 1800. Diameter 2.3 inches to 4.25 inches (6 to 11 cm).

Estimate: $300 - 500  € 270 - 450
 
Lot  15

A FIVE PIECE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER GROUP, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY.  Comprising a New England compote or baptismal bowl, a George Lightner deep well charger, a Thomas Boardman plate, a Samuel Pierce plate, and a Thomas Badger plate. Together with a John Yates English pewter ladle. The largest diameter 11 inches (28 cm).

Estimate: $200 - 400  € 180 - 360
 
Lot  16

TWO FINE EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER TEA POTS.  Comprising a Thomas Boardman Queen Anne revival tea pot, Hartford, CT, circa 1820; and an Israel Trask, Beverly, MA, early 20th century with carved ebonized handle and ball feet. Largest height 7.5 inches (19 cm).

Estimate: $400 - 600  € 360 - 540
 
Lot  17

A TWELVE PIECE GROUP OF EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER WARES, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY.  Comprising a pair of Thomas Boardman footed goblets, a Samuel Danforth plate, an Edward Danforth plate, and Thomas Danforth plate. Also a Danforth baluster shaped caster, an unmarked covered syrup, cobalt lined mustard, inkwell, and other items. The largest diameter 7.8 inches (20 cm), the largest height 6 inches (15.2 cm).

Estimate: $300 - 500  € 270 - 450
 
Lot  18

A GROUP OF SEVEN EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER PORRINGERS, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY BY VARIOUS MAKERS.  Including Pennock, Gleason, and others. The majority with scrolled foliate handles. Diameter 3.25 inches to 5.3 inches (8.2 to 13.3 cm).

Estimate: $300 - 500  € 270 - 450
 
Lot  19

A GROUP OF EARLY ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PEWTER MEASURES, LATE 18TH TO EARLY 19TH CENTURY.  Comprising an English half gallon measure inscribed Feathers Tavern, a Thomas Boardman pint and half pint measure, and a Noggin with worn marks. The tallest 7.3 inches (18.7 cm).

Estimate: $200 - 400  € 180 - 360
 
Lot  20

A THREE PIECE GROUP OF EARLY AMERICAN PEWTER.  Comprising a Richardson Cranston, RI, circa 1830; a Dunham water pitcher; and a Rosewell Gleason warming base. The largest 8.25 inches diameter.

Estimate: $400 - 600  € 360 - 540
 
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