Rona Andrews Antiques
DECIDED TO HAVE THE WHOLE MONTH OF JULY FOR SALE ITEMS!!!! GREAT DEALS!!!!! TWO NEW SALE ITEMS PER DAY AT 12:30!!!! NO STANDING IN LINE AT SHOWS, EVEN IF THERE WERE ANY!!!!! NO CROWDS! NO CHANCE OF COVID!!! EACH LISTING SHOWS HOW MUCH HAS BEEN DISCOUNTED FROM PREVIOUS LISTINGS. THE SALE PRICE IS YOUR PRICE!!!!! NEW EMAIL ADDRESS HOPEFULLY WILL END THE PROBLEM WITH RETURN EMAILS! I have 39 years of buying and selling Country Americana smalls. My selling policies include: Accepting personal check or money orders within 5 days of sale. MA tax of 6.25% charged if you are a MA resident/or provide your tax exempt form. You may also use PayPal 'friends and family' for faster shipping. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Customers may return items in the same condition as they are received within 72 hours of delivery for a full refund, less the cost of shipping and insurance when the item is returned and condition verified. Please call me at 435-640-0701 before returning any item. Thank you for shopping with me
Sold together, these Santa ornaments have painted composition faces and gold rope braid to hang on a tree. Little rolled spun cotton legs. 4”and 2 ½” with wear as expected. SALE!!!! $20 off original offering.
Price: SALE!!!! $75, best price includes shipping
Fresh from a PA collector of wonderful early PA textiles, this wonderful star pin cushion has all the colors we all want ~ browns and blues! Little wear on the edges as you’d expect 4” x 5 ¾”. SALE!!!!$20 off original offering
Price: SALE!!!! $90, includes shipping
This 19th c blown glass jar has a high pontil, no cracks, lovely bubbles, with red painted tin lid with wear as expected.9 ¾” tall, 4 ¾” around and filled with old dried walnuts/pomegranates. SALE!!!!! $45 OFF!
Price: SOLD, THANK YOU SO MUCH!
This rare pair of hollow-cut silhouettes with pen embellishments are stamped T.P. Jones, Fecit. A hand written label on the back is “Salem 1820”. It is now known that in 1805, T.P. Jones advertised in the NY Evening Post, and was still working in 1826. T.P. Jones cut carefully executed hollow cut bust length profiles with a sloping bust. His women have small cut eyelashes and usually display a delicate lock of hair above the forehead. This pair has wonderful pen embellishments including that lock of hair, eyelashes and sloping busts. The frames, 4 ½” x 5 ½”, are original brown painted wood with a delicate metal ‘bow’ on the woman’s hanger. Some nicks to the frames as expected. SALE !!!! $95 off original listing!!!!
Price: SALE!!!! $325, best price includes shipping
A beautiful, simple hollow cut silhouette of a young girl with delicate pen and pencil enhancements in a reverse painted eglomise glass original frame. Recently found in a Maine estate. 6 ½” x 7 ½” in near mint condition. Not removed from frame. Slight toning. SALE price!!!! $70 below previous listing!!!!
Price: SALE!!!!$225, best price includes shipping
This near mint condition (one tiny rim flea-bite) maple noggin is only 5 ¾” tall x 3 ¼” base. Difficult to find these small noggins let alone without cracks! Savings of $20 off original price.
Price: SALE $165, INCLUDES SHIPPING
1900s red tin child’s pail with “Tiny Tot” on the side. Green painted interior. Dents and wear as expected. 6 ½” to top of handle x 3” at base. Plus - 3 red,white, blue tin banks!! $50 OFF - CLEARANCE!!!!
Price: SALE!! $60 FOR ALL, includes shipping
Mint condition, c. 1790-1820, PA Steigle perfume bottle hand painted with love-birds on a heart and floral decoration, with pewter cap - 5 ¾”, rough pontil. $50 OFF!!!!
Price: SALE! $165, best price includes shipping
In mint condition, this 10” pie plate is still very useable! $20 OFF!!
Price: SALE! $65, includes shipping
Early American walnut barn lantern with tin lift back, original glass, and brass candle cup cleated into base, 10 ½” x 7”,one pin lighter wood, iron bale. Excellent condition. $95 savings!
Price: SALE!! $450 or BO, includes shipping
Mint condition, this little chestnut is just right! Rough pontil, applied lip, no breaks nor stars, lots of tiny bubbles. Wear on the bottom you want to see. 4 5/8”. $45 OFF
Price: SALE! $395 best price includes shipping
A pair of early pewter spice boxes labeled “Basil” (4 ¼” x 3 ¼”) and “Cumin” (2 3/8” x 1 5/8”). $20 OFF
Price: SALE! $85, best price includes shipping
Cream ware Pitcher, England, c. 1800, with alternating brown, blue and black slip bands with engine-turned and rouletted patterns over body, applied strap handle, molded base, 5 ½ in. lip repair. A very decorative piece. $35 OFF
Price: SALE! $295, best price includes shipping
This 18th C wrought iron/steel kettle push has a beautifully hammered hook design. Used to push a pot closer to the coals or move the coals in the hearth. 5” across x 2” tall. $20 OFF!!!!
Price: SALE! $175 best price includes shipping
This early American 7 7/8” plate by Blakeslee Barns Philadelphia, PA is stamped with spread-wing eagle above the “BB” ring of stars. Unpolished great patina. $20 OFF!!!
Price: SALE! $145, best price includes shipping
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