Pewter & Wood
Pewter & Wood has been in business for 36 years. A native New Englander, Barbara splits her time between seasonal shops in Enfield, N.H. (May - Nov.) and Cave Creek, AZ. (Dec.-April). Both shops are open by appointment and host Open Houses during the season. In addition, Pewter & Wood exhibits at a number of New England shows: New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association show (Aug.), Rhinebeck Antique Shows (May & Oct.), Okemo Antique Show (during VT Foliage Weekend), etc.. 18th and 19th c. Americana, in original surface, is our primary focus. Furniture, painted boxes, gameboards, textiles, hooked and braided rugs, stoneware , decorative accessories and folkart are of special interest. We accept personal checks. Pewter & Wood guarantees all items to be as represented. A 48 hour return policy for full refund minus shipping costs, provided item is returned in same condition as received. Buyer also must return item insured. http://www.pewterandwoodantiques.com Email: email@example.com.
Sgraffito Redware plate with bird and “1783 H.R.” reproduction of the Metropolitan Museum’s permanent collection’s plate originally made by Heinrich Roth, PA 1783. This plate is signed on the back: Metropolitan Museum”. Excellent condition and from home of a PA collector. Dimension: 12 1/8” diameter.
Price: $295 including postage
Redware Jar 4 1/2” high x 5 3/8” diameter top x 4” base diameter. Two rim chips, hairline $99 plus postage Cake pan mold, manganese decoration, a few rim flakes. 8 3/4” diameter top x 3” high $135 plus postage Decorated Redware Plate , 8 1/4” diameter, rim chips and expected age wear. SOLD! Thank you! All pieces 19thc. PA
Price: See description.
Easter Egg Dye Box with original paper label and interior paper dividers. Red leatherette exterior. A useful, fun addition to N Easter decoration collection. Dimensions: 8x8x8”.
Price: $29 plus postage
Small stoneware mortar and pestle. Incised mark on bottom of mortar reads “Trade” and incised on stoneware portion of pestle “2”. Turned wooden handle on pestle. Both pieces are free of chips and hairlines. Found in a PA collection. Dimensions: 5” diameter x 3” high, pestle measures 7 1/2” long. Great small size and usable!
Price: $95 plus postage
Blue and white spongeware butter crock, 19thc., Pa. Dimensions: 9 1/2” diameter x 5 3/4” high. Excellent condition, no chips or hairlines. A great counter piece or addition to a collection.
Price: $395 plus postage
Early New England mortar and pestle in original old red paint. Excellent condition, no cracks, chips or hairlines. Dimensions: 7 1/2” high x 4 7/8” diameter. Pestle measures 10” long. A wonderful and usable piece from my personal collection.
Price: $495. Inc. postage
Paper lithograph on Wood picture puzzles, c. 1860-1880’s, stored in 20thc. Wooden custom framed box. Arranges into many puzzles with different scenes of children, sayings using the abc ends and picture bars. Vibrant colors. Expected paper loss due to normal play. Overall size: 11 1/2” w x 11 3/4” high x 1 3/8”.
Price: $350 inc.postage
Left: Redware Jug 7 3/4” high x 6” diameter base. No hairlines, one rim flake prior to glazing. 19thc., PA. $135 plus postage Center: Redware Storage Jar , brown glaze, glazed interior, no hairlines, no chips. 8” high x 4 1/2” diameter top x 5 7/8” diameter bottom. $145 plus postage Right: Redware Ovoid Jar, scribe mark 1 1/2” down from top. No chips or hairlines, glazed interior, PA, 19thc. 5 3/4” diameter top x 5 1/2” high x 4” diameter base. $149 plus postage
Price: See each item above
Chicken Weathervane, late 19th - early 20thc. Hollow body, constructed with zinc and iron. Two bullet holes. The weathervane is Displayed on a custom iron black base, which is very stable. Dimensions: 24 1/4” long overall x 17 1/2” high inc. base. Iron base measures 18” long x 4” wide.
Price: $255 plus postage
Paint decorated Tole Tray, 19thc. Later paint decoration depicting wonderful detailed sea shells and daisies. Excellent condition. Tray came from a Wisconsin collection. Dimensions: 19 1/2” wide x 27 3/4” long.
Price: $395 plus postage
Round Splint Gathering Basket with kicked up bottom, double wrapped rim. It has a sturdy wide oak handle and a mellow patina from age and use. Excellent condition, no damage. Dimensions: 13” diameter x 7” high on side x 12” to top of handle.
Price: $145 plus postage
Top: Red paint decorated box, c. 1830’s-40’s, dovetailed, interior lock. Dimensions: 9 1/2” long x 5 3/4” wide x 3 3/8” high. $260 plus postage. Bottom: Paint decorated pine box, 19th c., found in Mass.,interior lock, nailed construction. Dimensions: 11 3/4” long x 7 3/4” wide x 6 7/8” high. $195 plus postage.
Price: See description
Blue- grey firkin, mid 19thc., no lid, original old first surface paint. Bands have beveled fingers held closed with brass tacks. Chip at top of one stave. Great dry surface. Found in Maine. Dimensions: 12” high x 12 1/8” diameter bottom.
Price: $295 plus postage
Blue striped stoneware pitcher, 19th c., hand thrown, from home of retired antique dealer. Dimensions: 9” high x 7 1/2” across spout to handle. No hairlines or chips. SOLD. Thank you! Saltglaze stoneware crock, 19th c., 3 small interior rim flakes, no hairlines. Dimensions: 6 3/4”:diameter top x 9 1/4” high. Price: $79 plus postage
Price: $79 crock
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