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American Shadow Box, late 19th century

American Shadow Box, late 19th century

Product Description:

Depicting a house with mountains, possibly created by Sally M. Squire Moshner, died 1906 at 83 years old, framed and glazed, retaining faded paper label on reverse: "Manufactured by Mrs. S.M. Moshner, Nicholville, St. Law. Co. NY"


Aperture: Height 10.5 in. x Width 13.5 in.

Frame: Approx. Height 13.5 in. x Width 17.5 in. x Depth 2 in.


The components of the box are fragile and elements have faded, signs of wear consistent with age and use. Please contact for specific condition questions. Not examined out of the frame. Lofty does not guarantee the condition or authenticity of frames. 


Purchased by the current owner from Edward Holden, Sr., of Holden Antiques, an antiques dealer in Hyde Park, New York, ca. 1985

Edward Holden, Sr., is the uncle of current owner’s first wife.

About The Artist:

Nicholville is a village in northern New York state located in Saint Lawrence County. The St. Regis River runs through the community.


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