May 13-14, 2016
“The Ohio Valley has not only a local history worthy of study, a rich heritage to its people,
but also that it has been an independent and powerful force in shaping the development of a nation.”
~ Frederick Jackson Turner
Since Garth’s was founded over 60 years ago, an interest and enthusiasm for the history and material culture of the Ohio Valley has been a natural byproduct of handling the sheer volume of objects we sell from this region each year. In fact, objects from throughout Ohio and the surrounding states are found in nearly every auction at Garth’s: pottery, porcelain, glass, works of art, firearms, furniture - the list is long. But, once each year, we endeavor to assemble an auction session that both highlights and celebrates the important historical and cultural heritage of the Ohio River Valley.
In 2016, we celebrate 10 years of The Ohio Valley Auction. We hope you’ll join us.
~ Amelia & Jeff Jeffers
Seeking antiques, fine, folk and decorative arts, collectibles & historical material
such as the following highlights from the last nine years. Deadline: April 4, 2016
RARE STONEWARE CHURN.
Summit County, Ohio,
UZIAH KENDALL, CINCINNATI, OHIO, STONEWARE PITCHER.
FOLKSY STONEWARE BANK.
Barberton, Summit Co., OH, dated 1908.
WESTHAFER AND LAMBRIGHT
Tuscarawas County, Ohio,
Second half-19th century.
GLOBE POTTERY CHURN, CROOKSVILLE, OHIO.
DECORATED CUPBOARD. Probably northern Indiana, dated 1883.
SHERATON SUGAR CHEST.
Attributed to Kentucky, 1820-1840
THE HENDERSON FAMILY LIBRARY BOOKCASE.
Possibly Richard Rood, Marietta, Ohio, ca.1830
FEDERAL TALL CASE CLOCK.
Movement by Luman Watson, Cincinnati, Ohio; case attributed to Amassa Read and Company, Xenia, Ohio,1816-1825
FINE CLASSICAL DESK-AND-BOOKCASE.
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1815-1825
PORTRAIT OF HENRY CLAY, Kentucky Statesman (AMERICAN, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY).
STILL LIFE BY ADAM LEHR (OHIO, 1853-1924).
FLOCK OF SHEEP BY
ALFRED BRYAN WALL (PITTSBURGH, 1861-1935).
MARGARET IN SPANISH COSTUME
BY ALICE SCHILLE (OHIO, 1869-1955).
FINE WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas, unsigned, ca.1870.
STILL LIFE BY
ALBERT FRANCIS KING (PENNSYLVANIA, 1854-1945).
DECORATED SEWING STAND.
Soap Hollow, Pennsylvania, dated 1872
IMPRESSIVE BOTTLE WHIMSEY. Made by Charles C. Hoke, Ohio, early 20th century.
GOD IS OUR REFUGE
BY ELIJAH PIERCE
(COLUMBUS, OHIO, 1892-1984).
Wood, signed and dated February 18, 1960.
TOWN SCENE WITH
FUNERAL PROCESSION BY TELLA KITCHEN
PAPER CUTOUT BY
JOHN BROWN WALKER (OHIO, 1815-1908).
AMERICAN FOLK ART RIVERBOAT MODEL.
Early 20th century
OHIO DECORATED MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST.
Coschocton County, ca.1830.
PASTEL PORTRAIT OF A HORSE BY
HENRY DOUSA (OHIO/INDIANA, CA. 1845-1885).
AVON FAIENCE "SPRING" JARDINIERE AND PEDESTAL.
Frederick Hurten Rhead or William P. Jervis, unmarked, Tiltonville, Ohio, ca. 1902.
ANNA POTTERY PIG FLASK.
Anna, Illinois, 2nd half-19th century.
MORLEY & COMPANY WELLSVILLE, OHIO, MAJOLICA SPANIEL DOORSTOP OR CHIMNEY ORNAMENT. Late 19th century.
FOUR PIECES OF RADFORD POTTERY, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. Late 19th-early 20th century.
3 HOUND-HANDLED PITCHERS.
Vance Faience Company, Tiltonsville, Ohio, ca.1900.
THREE AMERICAN ENCAUSTIC ARCHITECTURAL TILES. Zanesville and New York, late 19th-early 20th century.
Ohio, early 20th Century.
KIRTLAND SAFETY SOCIETY $3 BANK NOTE.
Ohio, dated March 7, 1837
IMPORTANT WAR OF 1812 PRESENTATION HORN CUP. Carved in the manner of Frances Tansel with a spread-winged eagle over a banner reading "Gn CLAY 1813".
ATLAS OF STARK COUNTY, OHIO. Philadelphia: L.H. Everts, 1875.
UNUSUAL PRINTED COTTON RAILROAD MAP. Centered on the Central Ohio Railroad.
American, mid 19th century.
IMPORTANT OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA DYE MANUSCRIPT RECIPE LEDGER.
Inscribed "John Logan's Book 1836 Butler Penn".
FINLEY'S MAP OF THE MIDWEST.
Map of the States of Ohio, Indiana & Illinois and part of Michigan Territory, 1826.
ST. ALBANS, OHIO,
BANJO CLOCK. Ca. 1825
Pixley Safe Company, Toledo, Ohio, late 19th century.
SELLEW & CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO
Mid 19th century
GLASS SALVER OR CAKE STAND. Probably Wheeling, West Virginia.
BELL. Vanduzen and Tift,
mid 19th century.
MINIATURE SHERATON CHEST. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century.
PLASTER BUST OF
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON.
Shobal Vail Clevenger
signed and dated 1837
KENTUCKY SILVER LADLE.
Marked for Asa Blanchard, Lexington, Kentucky, ca.1825.
Ellen Miles Lancaster, Loretto Academy, Marion County, 1837.
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR QUILT.
Possibly Midwestern, 1898
OHIO WESTERN RESERVE SAMPLER.
Huron (now Erie County), ca. 1829
EARLY MEDALLION QUILT.
Virginia or West Virginia,
late 18th-early 19th century
THREE VIRGINIA (WEST VIRGINIA) MARKING SAMPLERS.