Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques
Welcome to Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques. I've been involved in the trade for over 40 years now specializing in Early American Blown Glass and American pottery among many other 18th and 19th century mostly American pieces. I'm just beginning the huge job of downsizing some of my lifetime collections so check back now and then here or at http://www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com. I also rent space at the Yellow Garage Antiques Shop in Mullica Hill NJ located on 33 South Main St. http://www.yellowgarageantiques.com The best shop South Jersey has ever had. Stop in sometime if your in the area. Am starting the huge task of downsizing 40 years of collecting not sure what will be put up next,please refer to http://www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com for other on going listings
Super 19th century NE wall box or candle box with its original painted decoration. 8 3/4" wide x 5" high
For the meantime I may be contacted a firstname.lastname@example.org
A Squirrel and Dog carving by Danial Ludwig 20th century. Squirrel is 4 1/2" tall Dog is 4" long. Squirrel 195, Dog 110.00. More pics avaiable.
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Rare and unusual pottery bank , hand thrown and tooled with some applies redware decoration. Stylistically looks like the bird whimsy attributed to that area. 5 1/2" tall
Comtemporary Signed bird tree. Experly carved and painted.Only a fewt of these were made. 18" tall about 11" wide. Made by John Holloway 1990-2000. I bought this from John this about 20 years ago.
Beautiful rare early South Jersey Tankard blown in Millville NJ about 1850-1900. %' tall, mint
Thick handmade leather top hat. 13" x 11" x 6" tall. Not sure of size it wont fit my 8" head.
Supper early decorated candle box completely original one or 2 added nails at some point. 12" long
1908 oil color on board of the Van Dolah school house Hunterdon County Spring Ridge New Jersey Framed size is 14" x 11" pics and link should tell you the story. https://www.goodspeedhistories.com/the-van-dolah-school/
Rare early New Jersey redware sugar bowl and original lid dated 1821 on base. Clear glaze with manganese circle decoration,typically seen on early Jersey redware. 7 3/4" high minor chipping from use no cracks.
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