Suzanne Strickland Antiques
Fresh finds from New England--great early antiques, Folk Art, wonderful smalls and accessories. A few eclectic finds, 19th C. textiles, and appropriate vintage holiday items---thrown in for good measure & fun! Always on the look-out for authentic antiques and whimsical treasures, check back often for the latest additions and updates. I can be reached by email at email@example.com, for any inquiries or photo requests. If not completely satisfied with your purchase, a return is always allowed within 3-days of receipt, for a full refund of the item (minus shipping costs).
This is a very large chop bowl, in excellent condition and original, darkened surface! Whopping diameter of approximately 17", slightly out of round, and standing about 7" tall. No chips, cracks, or repairs. Absolutely gorgeous! A heavy pine bowl with beautifully turned lip at rim, flattened small bottom for safe placement on any surface. Found in Maine, would be a great primitive item for display and use. $175 + $20 ship
Beautiful medium to large Spongeware decorated heavy stoneware bowl, with great colors of blue & green, on white stoneware background. Diameter of 12" across, has a pedestal formed bottom, with no cracks or hairlines, only one tiny "under" rim chip (almost missed it as it is underneath and not visible from any angle unless turned over). Great sponge decoration, with a "star-like" pattern in the center, with blue striping, inside and out. $35 + $15 ship.
Price: $35 + $15 ship
In perfect antique condition and found in Maine, a very nice oval pantry box in it's original untouched surface. No breaks or issues, this box is about 5 3/8" long and stands at 2 1/4" tall. Mid-century construction, all little square nails and wooden pegs in place. Darkened surface with light and normal wear (as would be desired to see). Doesn't come any nicer than this! $58 + $6 ship.
In excellent antique condition, this fantastic early child's dress in red printed "cheater" cotton fabric, looks to have been little worn. Approximately 27" long from top of shoulder to bottom of dress, there are no holes, odors, fading, or repairs. Cheater cloth fabric is interesting and was used for hems and borders in clothing, without actually having to do the hems or piecing of borders! I don't find these garments too often and this smock-style dress is fantastic in every way! Early brass hook and eyes in place at back for fastening, along with cotton lace edges on sleeves. Found in Vermont years ago, this dress might have been used for Sunday church. Perfect for a colorful peg hook display! $45 + $6 ship
This is a perfect little blue and white, 19th century, Spongeware bowl, no chips cracks, or issues! Great coloring, with a tiny bit of "whisking" use wear on the interior (as you would want to see). Diameter of approximately 6 3/4" wide and standing about 3 3/4" tall. I have this sweet little bowl filled with some tasty looking stone fruit. Might sell those pieces another day. $34 + $8 ship.
Wonderful vintage small canoe paddle for your camp or cottage, circa 1950's, made in Maine by the famous "Old Town" canoe company. Measures approximately 20" long and only 3 1/4" at widest part of the paddle. There are no breaks or repairs. Very minor age & use wear, as to be expected. These tiny canoe paddles are quite collectible and sought after! $65 + $10 ship.
Price: $65 + $10 ship
This is a fantastic fresh find from Maine, a tiny pail bucket with original lid, Portland, Maine, pure "Mustard" by Sawyer, Foss, & Deering. Stands approximately 5" tall, counting the upright wire bail handle, with a diameter of about 3" across the lid. This antique tin pail is in excellent early condition, showing only light use wear, but no dents or dings! Wonderful original graphics, would make a great addition to any Primitive or Americana display! $95 + $6 ship.
Price: $95 + $6 ship.
Sweet little basket, still showing some stains from it's early berry gathering days, a nice 19th century basket, in original untouched patina. No issues to note, great small size, measuring 7" to top of the handle and about 7" in diameter. I see no breaks but, if I missed something, it is very tiny. Amazing survivor from New England, a fresh Maine find! $44 + $8 ship.
This is a rather nice New England Farm or Gathering Basket, in early dry pink paint, a recent, fresh Maine find! Measures 19" long by 11" wide, and about 6 1/2" tall. A couple of tiny breaks from years of use but nothing major and almost did not notice any flaws before careful inspection. Small open area for carrying on either end, this medium sized basket has a flat bottom, perfect for placing on a table surface--ready to display primitives, plants or fall harvest pumpkins! One of the best painted baskets ever--love this great color too! $75 + $12 ship.
Price: $75 + $12 ship
Wonderful smaller sized pantry box carrier, all original, with nice bentwood swing handle. Found in New England, this early 19th C. pantry box has a diameter of 9 1/4" across and stands about 5" tall, not counting the upright handle. Fantastic construction, highly detailed with small copper tacks, no chips, cracks, or repairs. Original dry surface, small button ends on handle, tiny square nails on the inside holding the button stems in place. Again, all completely original, untouched, and fantastic condition, this early pantry box carrier would be great stacked close to the top of a stack! $275 + $12 ship.
Price: $275 + $12 ship
Wonderful and large size for display, a signed and made in Germany, Easter Bunny Tin Chocolate Mold. It comes in three pieces, with three clips, all original to this mold. Stands approximately 10" tall by 10" wide, it would make a 3-dimensional sitting Bunny. It is also signed on the piece by the back of the neck, "S. J. Co., Made in Germany". Fantastic untouched darkened patina, it is in excellent antique condition. I see where the number 25 was written on the base in old early grease pencil. It could be removed if desired but might be the original cost of 25 cents! $125 + $10 ship.
Price: $125 + $10 ship
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