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. 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).
A wonderful American-revival folk art wallpaper box with newspaper on the inside dating this box to January 25th 1948, from The New York Times. The wallpaper on the outside is fantastic and it looks like it is hand blocked or printed. This sturdy wallpaper box is so well-made, there are no issues or problems. Nice darkened patina to some of the outside color and the newspaper on the inside is really fun to read. Diameter across of this round wallpaper box is approximately 5 1/2". It stands with cover in place, right at 3 3/4" tall. Good age and appropriately made in the manner of those early wallpaper boxes, this one is a fraction of the cost! Would fit into any collection and small enough for a shelf piece! $48 + $7 ship.
Price: $48 + $7 ship
Truly a wonderful rare find, possibly Shaker, this early painted mushroom shaped wooden darner, in dry mustard yellow paint is in excellent antique condition, measuring approximately 4" long. The handle is securely attached and is not painted, retaining it's original patina and surface. Little wear to the painted mushroom darner, it would make an outstanding addition to any good early sewing or primitive collection! $155 + $6 ship.
Price: $155 + $6 ship.
This is a superb small "Doris Stauble Arrangement" from Maine, in a fabulous early 19th century dark blue sugar bowl. Standing about 7" tall, it is a great size to display just about anywhere! Guaranteed authentic by Doris Stauble, purchased from a fantastic New Hampshire dealer. I have enjoyed this beauty for years but time to share and have run out of space! $165 with free shipping!
Price: $165 with Free Shipping
Found in Maine and straight out of an attic trunk, a lovely 19th C. black haired chinahead doll, in original clothing. She measures approximately 12" tall and is in great condition. Her hairdo is similar to a Greiner's hairstyle, with the sausage curls in back. Her face is pleasing, with rosy pink cheeks & blue eyes. The porcelain arms & hands are also perfect. The China head and shoulders are intact, with no breaks. She is sadly, missing one foot, which looks to have been broken off a long time ago. The dress is original and age appropriate to this doll; very well-made. Some expected fading in places to the cotton fabric. She wears a very pretty linen slip under her dress. The dress is rather fancy with pleats and matching apron, and blouse. I see a couple of small holes in the sleeves, but they are fairly hidden. Mentioning all for sake of accuracy. No wear to her black hair color, which is remarkable and I see no touchups of any kind. $225 + $10 shipping.
Nice pair of 19th century glass eyes for an early Teddy Bear or stuffed animal. Many times an early stuffed toy is missing an eye, or both and you still have to bring it home. Here is a beautiful set, with no chips or cracks, to bring that loved one back to life. Each glass eye has a diameter of about 3/4" wide. Attached on the back is the original wire for attachment to the bear. I don't come across these early glass eyes too often and this is a particularly clean pair! $24 + $4 ship
Price: $24 + $4 ship
In excellent condition, found in Maine, this open stoneware crock is still so useful and beautiful in it's simplistic design! Stands approximately 7 1/4" tall, with a diameter of about 8" wide at top. Wonderful form, with thick molded lip. No cracks, chips, or repairs. Heavy, but solid crock! $65 + $18 ship.
In excellent antique condition, this fabulous and amazingly detailed Staffordshire porcelain Hen-On-Nest, has no chips, cracks, or repairs. Great medium size, it stands approximately 5 1/2" tall and about 6 1/4" long. This two-piece set has always been together and there are no markings on the bottom (normal and indicating it's early age). The hand painted color-way and lovely embellishments make this particular Hen-on-Nest a real standout! $225 + $10.00 ship.
Price: $225 + $10 ship
In excellent pre-owned condition, this 19th century mortar & pestle set has always been together and recently found in Maine. In original untouched surface and patina, the heavy mortice has many fine "Engine-Turned" moldings over the entire body, a wonderful contrast to the simple design of it's hard-working pestle! There are no cracks or repairs to either piece, with the mortar standing at about 6 3/4" tall. Even the base is decorated with finely carved turnings, this set would make an exceptional addition to any collection! $145 + $12 ship.
Another early doll outfit from recent Maine estate find, in excellent antique condition! Very full skirt with matching trimmed jacket, hand sewn, no holes or issues. Original brass hooks and fasteners, cotton lace trim at neck, fun salmon red wool trim piping on jacket and skirt, finished off with little matching beads or buttons. Skirt has a length of about 6" long and the jacket is about 5" in length. The back of the jacket has a hemmed point, for added fashion detail of the time. Even the cuffs of the jacket are trimmed. The chocolate colored fabric, I believe is also a very light wool Challis, no stains on either piece. $85 + $5 ship.
Price: $85 + $5 ship
Beautiful portrait of a southern boy with straw hat, oil on canvas, mid 19th century, found in Virginia. Framed in an appropriate antique frame, no repairs to canvas, but shows a tiny scratch toward upper side (very small and age appropriate) near frame edge. Measures 18" tall by 15 1/2" in the frame. The actual painting is approximately 14" by 12". Nice "pewter" colored thin wood liner, really sets off this very handsome and folky portrait--true southern charm and nicely executed! $450 + $20 ship.
Price: $450 + $20 ship
This is a very nice and still sturdy set of four wooden castor wheels, in their original red paint. No chips, cracks, or repairs. Well made and still quite useable (dressers, stools, various furniture pieces, etc.). Each one measures approximately 5 3/4" to top of steel shaft and the red wheel has a diameter of 1 3/4" wide and is 3/4" thick. Fantastic fresh find from local Maine estate! $40 + $6 ship.
Price: $40 + $6 ship
Wonderful antique bail handled solid oak pantry box carrier with a lovely toleware decorated lid. Very solid, well constructed round pantry box, with unusual brass wire handle and fittings, in excellent condition. Has a diameter of 9 1/4" across and stands about 5 1/4" tall (not counting upright handle), there are no breaks, splits, or issues. The painted decoration on it's lid looks very early to the carrier and the interior has been painted later, in a vintage minty green. Love the solid oak coordinating wooden handle, with great turnings and ergonomic shape for carrying! Honey colored patina, with all original nails intact. $85 + $10 shipping.
Price: $85 + $10 shipping
Fantastic early 19th century bowl, in the early Blue Willow pattern, pearlware glaze, and wonderful "Make-Do" Staple repairs! With a diameter of about 11 1/4" wide, standing about 5 1/4" tall, this large bowl might have been used for serving punch or to hold fruit as a centerpiece to a special table or cupboard. There are five staples in place, making this bowl quite stable, without looseness. There is a chip to the pedestal base that does not show when displayed. Fabulous early Blue Willow motif in dark blue and white pattern, with mustard painted embellishment to rim of bowl. If you like "Make-Do" repaired items, this large early bowl is a stand-out! $110 + $18 ship
Made in Ohio by the Pease family for the 1901 Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, this tiny little wooden treen souvenir pail stands only 3 1/2" tall, with original wire & wood bail handle in upright position. It also has a diameter of only 2 7/8" wide. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs. Beautiful stencilled date of 1901 and the words "Pan American", with a running "Buffalo" logo on top. There are black stencilled bands around the pail, giving this antique Peaseware treen souvenir pail a fantastic finishing touch! $110 + $6 ship.
Price: $110 + $6 ship
Fantastic fresh Maine find, a tiny treen salt with pedestal base and early coin silver salt spoon! The little wooden salt is carved from maple and has the nicest turned base. With only a diameter of about 2 3/4" wide and standing 1 1/2" tall, it is in excellent antique condition. Fabulous untouched surface, it almost has what I would call a "burled" interior, with honey darkened patina. The little coin silver spoon may not have started life with this salt, but selling together as they complete each other perfectly. I have pictured the salt & spoon with two pieces of old stone fruit, a peach and lemon, both showing surface wear but no chips (original wooden stems are in place). The treenware salt w spoon is $145, to include shipping. The two pieces of stone fruit are SOLD.
Price: See Listing
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