Lady Liberty's Treasure Chest
Welcome to my shop. I am a long time collector and dealer in country primitive antiques. My passion and love for them started in the early 1980's. But in the late 80's Hubby declared it was time for him to reclaim the garage, and so, our business was born. We only buy what we like and hope that our customers do as well. Most items are fresh to market from local estates. I focus on American country primitives, textiles, and holiday treasures. My personal passion is early patriotic treasures and when I can part with them, they will also be featured here. I have a very supportive hubby/partner who works behind the scenes to help make this business succeed. So stop by often because you never know what you might find in the "treasure chest". Thank you for taking the time to get to know a little about Lady Liberty's Treasure Chest.
Early mortise and tenon cricket stool. Light red wash finish on top with grain painting on sides. Boot jack ends ~ rounded edges. Good sturdy condition. 18" wide x 9" deep x 8" tall
Price: 75.00 + shipping
Antique yellow ware pitcher with 2 blue bands over 16 white bands. Applied hand with pour spout. Overall condition is good but with a few chips/hairlines. There is a 3/16" chip on the inside lip, 1/4" chip on the base rim which leads to a 3/4" hairline visible on the outside and another 3/4" base hairline visible below the handle. There is all over crazing as well. Still displays very well with the buttery yellow ware look. 7 3/4" tall 8" wide spout to handle Thanks for stopping in my shop!
Early dovetailed traveling work desk. Removable tray, lidded top compantment, original red paint. Good sturdy condition. Box shows age and wear. There is a partial crack across the top front and at each hinge but each is strongly attached. I have many more photos available. 14" wide x 10" deep x 9" high
Early Brown Homespun Bonnet ~ nice stitched detail with glass buttons added ~ treadle stitched ~ 11" fall ~ in nice condition with areas of fading. Found a note inside that reads " Mary Paddock lived across from Uncle Emil on Sorenson Road. She wore this bonnet picking berries or feeding chickens."
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