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On January 24th we celebrate Americana and the diversity of American decorative and fine arts, as well as folk art and related wares from England and beyond that help tell the story of American life from the 18th century to the present day and illustrate the connections to our European roots. Highlighting this sale is the Collection of Gloria and Richard Manney, New York  which includes a Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved Secretary Bookcase, an Unusual Federal Carved Mahogany Small Sofa and a Fine Federal Carved Mahogany and Satinwood Console Table, both attributed to the workshop of Duncan Phyfe, and a pair of Carved Trompe L’Oeil Water Fowl on panel by Alexander Pope (1849-1924). Folk Art highlights include decoys, painted game boards and horses, and a selection of patchwork quilts.


We accept phone bids, absentee bids and live online bidding for this sale.
All bidding for this sale must be arranged prior to 5pm on Thursday, January 23.

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For inquiries regarding the items in this sale please contact us at 518.751.1000 or

Time & Location

Friday, January 24 at 11am

Catalogue Online

Monday, January 13

Gallery Preview

Thursday, January 16 – Friday, January 24

Gallery Hours

Monday – Thursday: 10am-5pm
Friday: 10am-5pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 12-5pm

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