Copper Horse Antiques
I've been a part time antiques dealer for many years. Specialties include early Americana, folk art, original paint, dolls and toys, pottery, textiles, pewter, toleware, signage, decoys and game boards. Recently I have exhibited at Ivy Hall in Pennsylvania and American in Paris in Virginia. When living in California, I shared space at Baker and Company in Soquel and exhibited at the California Country Antique Shows in California and Washington State. I am currently listing the last of my Mother's doll collection. She authored "The Art of Dolls 1700 to 1940, Hobby House Publishers by Madeline Osborne Merrill. Most dolls offered are pictured in her book. Please visit my website at http://www.etsy.com/shop/copperhorseantiques You can view photos and descriptions of my items, ask for information and purchase. Thank you for visiting my webpage.
14 1/2" sled with gracefully curved iron runners. Vibrant colors in floral motif of bittersweet, mustard and black. Some wear to paint as can be seen in photos. Please visit my Etsy site using the link above for more photos and purchase.
Outstanding Folk Art Dove with all original surface. Purchased years ago from San Francisco folk art dealer. He said it was from decor of early California Spanish Mission. Professionally mounted on appropriate stand. Please visit my Etsy website for more photos, information and purchase.
WOW. Extraordinary early hooked rug remarkably preserved by the family. They recall it was made around the turn of the century by a great aunt. 40" x 23", all wool materials. Please see my Etsy site for more photos and purchase. Thank you.
Complete , rare eight piece Diorama is 18"w, 11 1/2"d and 10 1/2" h. Please visit my Etsy site for more photos and purchase information.
Charming 14" x 15" folding Gameboard. All original paint and hinges. Maker began to draw backgammon board in pencil inside but didn't finish. Small size is special and a fine addition to any Gameboard collection.
This wonderful cheese or pantry box is in fine condition and is quite large. 10 1/2" diameter and 5 3/4" high. Hand carved letters NH on bottom. I purchased it years ago in Durham and assume letters signify New Hampshire. Fine addition to any early pantry box collection.
Charming all original doll has pearl button eyes, applied nose and embroidered mouth. Her apron, dress and red cloth boots are original. Her topknot is pulled and clipped as part of the stocking face material. She measures 15 1/2" in length.
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